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THE AUGUS MONDAY. MAT . 2 T 1901.
Published Da" and WMkly at 1824 Saeond
4rt:-, Koek Island. HI Entered at toe
Foatomce u Second-elasa mMMr.
f TBI K1MB or W. FOTTKB.
TEEM 3 Daily, 10 eenu per wsak. Weekly,
IL0O per annum In advance.
All eommunleatlona of political or arramen.
tstive character, polities! or religion, must
have real name attached (or publication. No
sueh artlele.wUl be printed over fictitious Hg
aature Correspondence solicited from aver town
ln Rock Island county.
Monday, Mat 27.
The Kansas CitT Star savs a true
woman never attempts to drive nails
with a hammer if there's a hair lrush
Whenever a member of the lejris
l&ture or congress is unable to make
& fri1if rilA neci. his friends ex
plain what a great "worker" he is for
Ax exehanre savs "men are born
robbers. Every time a man marries
a woman he robs her of her name."
Now. that is rather fanny, as married
women in tnis country invariably
take their husbands1 iame. So it
mast be that the women are the "born
TnE people cf South Carolina
would serve both Tillman and McLau
rin risnt if they would fail to return
either of them to the seats in the
United States senate that they have
forfeited. Their conduct In resigning
is a species of the Conkling-Platt tac
tics that disgust the fairminded.
The dryest place on earth, it is
said, Is the little town of Payta. on
the coast of Peru, where seven years
is the average interval between rains
In old times the water supply of
Payta was brought down from" the
mountains every night by a herd of
little donkeys, who returned in the
cool of the evening.
After a second year's experience
with newspaper advertising, changing
the matter every day, u. j crown.
New Jersey manager of the Bankers'
Life Insurance company, says: "A
properly advertised company, doing
business through good agents, will
sell twice as many policies as a non
advertising company, equally reliable
and with the same agents, wiu ais
pose of." '
Hon. Das McLavghlix. formerly
of Braidwood, and a member of the
Thirty-fifth and Thirty-sixth general
assemblies, died at Jatarkviiie. t-oio..
last week, where he was superinten
dent of coal mines. lie removed from
Braidwood to Colorado ten or twelve
vears ago. Dan McLaughlin was
force in politics and labor circles in
this state during the 80's. He was a
greenback-democrat when he first en
tered politics, but drifted into the
republican party and served in the
legislature as a republican.
The Illinois Central Railroad com
pany has just commenced the erection
in New Orleans of a new grain eleva
tor with a caDacitv of 1.500.000 bush
els. This will be the largest elevator
south of the Chicago, and will be
equipped with the latest machinery
for receiving grain ana aiscnarging it
into ships. The Illinois Central man
agement expects to double its train
business at New Orleans next season,
and the New Orleans States regards
this "as the best evidence of the con
fidence this great railway company
has in the future of New Orleans.&s
the gateway for the export and import
trade of the Mississippi valley."
THE TARIFF AS AN ISSCE AGAIN.
In the interview with Gustav H.
Schwab, the American manager of the
North German Lloyds, there is ma
terial for very earnest consideration
on the part of the American people
and especially of American mer
chants and manufacturers.
Mr. Schwab has just returned from
a visit to Europe, during which he
made a close study of the new spirit
of trade hostility toward this country
and of the trend toward a European
combination against American pro
ducts. He is convinced that this
movement has attained such propor
tions as to contain a menace of seri
ous consequences to the trade of this
country. He believes that tbe only
way to avert a disastrous blow to
American trade is "to lower the wall
of protection, with which we have
surrounded ourselves, and tv some
form of reciprocal concessions meet
these European nations in their de
sire for fair treatment."
It would certainly seem that the
present attitude of Europe toward the
United States In tbe matter of compe
tition In trade makes a very vital
issue of tbe high protective tariff.
Dr. Ball's Cough Syrup cures Cough
or Cold at once, tjonquers tJroup,
"VThooping-Cougrh and Measle-Coneb.
-without faiL All mothers praise it.
Doctors prescribe it for Bronchitis,
Hoarseness, Grippe, Pneumonia and
Consumption. Quick, euro results.
Price. s cent. Refine the dftlf'l nhMitute.
Alwavs cures when others fail. ,
Or. Boll's Pta cure Constipation, so pUls ioCi
The question at point in oar view of
the matter is that of whether or not
we can afford, for the sake of "pro
tecting" a few multi-millionaire man
ufacturers no longer in need of pro
tection, to precipitate retaliatory ac
tion on Europe's part which will be of
tremendous injury to American trade.
American manufacturers are now
able to undersell their European com
petitors in all the markets of toe
world. They could not. therefore,
suffer loss through European compe
tition in American markets. But
they can be made to suffer a calami
tous loss if European resentment 01
the American high tana culminates
n discriminating duties on American
eoods and in a European coalition
against American trade which will
practically make exports impossible
to American merchants, manuf&ctur
ers and farmers.
It would surely seem to be desir
able, under such circumstances, that
the hiirh protective tariff be regarded
in its true aspect of an evil to au
American interests save those of the
tariff barons already so vastly en
ricbed by its operation. Europe is
forcing the Issue to a point where de
cisive action is imperative. It has
the power, through united effort, for
retaliatory discrimination against
American goods which would destroy
our foreign trade. It is reaching a
stage of resentment where this power
is likely to be exercised. Shall we
continue to maintain a protective tar
itx for the benent of the trusts at tne
expense of a trade war with Europe
wnicn is certain to be greatly injur
ious to our foreign trade.
LOOTING IN CHINA.
A remarkable confession in regard
to alleged looting by missionaries in
China is made by Kev. i.uoert Keia
a prominent missionary, in a letter to
tbe North China Herald. Having
lived in Pekin, Rev. Reideays. he was
better able to discriminate than were
the soldiers or war correspondents
between friend and foe. and to ten
whose houses should be looted and
whose not. "Now and then
branched out to loot from those who
were our enemies," said Mr. Reid
"and I only regret I didn't have more
time to loot from such despicable
wretches." Such sentiments would
teem quite natural if they came from
an unregenerate man. It would not
be surprising to bear a remark of this
kind from the average foreign trader
in China. The law of retaliation has
had its adherents in all ages and in all
nations, but it does not sound well
from the lips of a minister of the gos
pel of love.
The Chinese know of these things
better than we do. and the prospects
of evangelization are not promising
with such acts being indulged in ana
loasted of by an authorized represen
tative of Christianity.
The Nickel Plate road will sellexcur
sion tickets from Chicago to Buffalo at
13 for the round trip on each Tuesday
in May (tbe 7th, 14th, 21st and tn)
with limit of rive days; namely, return
in g good for any train to and including
midnight train from Buffalo onbatur
dav following Tuesday tickets are
sofd. Daily trains from Chicago at
10:35 a. m., arrives Buffalo 2:05 fol
lowing morning; daily trains from
Chicago at 2:30 p. m., arrives at JJui
falo 7:35 next morning; daily trains
from Chicago at 10:30 p. m.," arrives
at Buffalo 4:45 next afternoon. All
trains carry through vestlbuled sleep
ing cars. Individual club meala,
ranging in price from 35 cents to f 1,
and no meal in excess of the latter
figure, are served in dining cars
For sleeping car reservations and all
other information, call at tbo Chicago
city ticket office. Ill Adams street,
or write John Y. Calahan, general
agent, 111 Adams street, Chicago.
'Phone central 205. Chicago depot.
Van Buren street and Pacihc avenue,
on the elevated loop.
Notice to Contractor.
Sealed proposals for the erection of
a high school building will be received
by the undersigned. Plans and speci
fications can be obtained from Archi
tect F. Borgolte, room 41, Mitchell
& Lynde building. All bids must be
in the hands of the secretary by
o'clock p. m.. June 4, lvui, and ac
companied with a check for 2 percent
of the amount of the bid, to be for
feited by the successful bidder should
he fail to execute the contract witnm
a week after same is awaraea. ine
(board reserves the right to reject any
and all bids.
Board or Education.
R. S. Dabt, Secretary.
Old Soldier's Experience.
M. M. Austin, a civil war veteran,
of Winchester, Ind., writes: "My wife
was sick a long time in spite of good
doctor's -treatment, but was. wholly
curea by Dr. King's .ew Life rills,
which worked . wonders for her
health." They always do. Try
them. Only 25 cents at Hartz A
Lllemeyer's drug store.
Do Too I'se I-o-do?
For cuts, wounds, ulcers, barns and
scalds. It protects them from blocd
poison, proud flesh, lockjaw and cold.
No germ can exist in a cut or wound
in which I-o-do is used. I-o-do
heals them quickly and without a scar,
instantly stops the piin ard makes
tbe wound antiseptic and clean. 1-o-do
Is an antiseptic healing powder.
25 cents a box. All druggists.
Skin affections will readily disap
pear by using DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve. Look out for counterfeits. If
you get DeWitt's you will get good re
sults. It Is the quick and positive
care for piles. B. II. Bieber and
Hartz & Ullemeycr.
TIPS FOR TRAVELERS.
Good accommodations have been
secured for the Milwaukee excursion
June 8. Make arrangements to at
Beinninsr with Monday. April" 1,
all passenger business of the C, M.
& St. P. will be done through the
D., R. I. & N. W. depot, at the foot of
The Milwaukee special ' excursion
trains will leave Rock Island at 10:30
p.m., arriving In Milwaukee at 6 a.m
Returning leaving Milwaukee at 10:30
p.m. on the 9th, so that the excur
sionists will have the full day and
evening in Milwaukee arriving home
at 5:30 the following morning.
Commencing Monday, April 1, the
C. B. & Q. freight train will leave
the new station in Rock Island at
7:45 a. m. for Clinton, via Davenport
and the D., R. I. N. W . railway
distributing freight for points along
that line, reaching Clinton at 10:50 a.
m. r reight will also be received via
the same route for local points on the
C, & N. W. railway at the lowest
current rates affording prompt and
The Burlington route, C, B. & Q
railroad compady, will have on sale
May 7 and 21, home seekers' excur
sion tickets at one hrst-class fare,
plus 2, for the round trip, to points
south, southwest, west and north
west, eood returning within 21 days
frcm aate of sale. It also has on
sale, at greatly reduced rates, tickets
for Puget bound points, Colorado
Pacihc Coast and various other points
A CASE OF IT.
Many Mora Llko It la Rock Island.
The following case is but one o
many similar eccurringdaily in Rock
Island. ' It is an easy matter to verify
its correctness. Surely you cannot
atk for better proof than such con
Patrick Rooney," bricklayer, says
"Taken with a soreness across my loins
and other evidence of kidney complaint
I went to a physician, who treated
me at intervals for three years. R3
ceiving little if any benefit I resorted
to advertised sure-cures, but the
trouble resisted all my efforts, the in
tense pain in the small of my back
and limited control over the kidney
secretions being always in evidence.
Learning of Doan'a Kidney Pills I
procured a box at the Harper house
drug store. If that one box had not
helped me I never would have fol
lowed up the treatment and bought
five more. I have been exposed to
all kinds of weather, but up to date
there has not been a symptom of a
Price 50 cents. For sale by all
dealers. Foster-Milburn company,
Buffalo, N. Y., sole agents for the
Remember the name Doan's and
take no substitute.
Urn Quarreled With HI Wife. .
MorrUville. Ind.. May 27. A Lin
coln. .1.. dispatch says that Ktlwln
A. M-t'rm-kcn. of Oil place, took
Imi.'soii to kill himself there Saturday,
but repented and hurry iu;; to a doc
tor's office Itemed that his life be
saved. The physician's efforts wore
unsuccessful. McO-acken had quar
reled with his wife, who was with him
when he d!od and who. in turn, threat
ened to commit suicide. They were
rtcently married at I.ofrunsport!
Married a Hotel Waitress. '
Danville, Ills.. May VT. C M.
P.ri;rj;s. or lloopeston. thl county,
Democratic candidate for coujrress last
fall, was granted a divorce from Emily
I;ri.nrs in the circuit court here Sat
urday on grounds of incompatibility.
When IlrigKS first met his wife she
was a hotel waitress. She had left
her husband's home twice before
nrijfies finally separated from her.
Aftermath of a Ball Game.
Cleveland, O.. May 27. The after
math of it ball came Itetween Case
school and Obeiliu college on the col
lege campus Saturday was a riot
lu which loth teams and 1(H) of the?
friends participated. Wilfred Alfcfrn
received a broken collar ljQire. and
black eyes and bloody noses were
common. No arrests were matte.
Twenty-One Miners Perish.
Berlin. May 27. A dispatch from
Waldenluirg. Prussia, says that as a
result of n tiro which broke out in the
Hermann mine twenty-one miners
Supposed Incendiary mate.
Carlyle. Ills., May 27. A. laree
stave mill, owned by J. S. Tatterson,
In the east end of this -itv was de
stroyed by fire Saturday night. It is
tnoiignt that tlie blaze was of Incen
diary origin. The loss is $10,000; in
Cnmmlna Gets More Delegate.
Sioux City. la.. May 27. Republi
can conventions were held In four
counties of the Kleventh district Sat-
tirnay Buena Vista. I'rymouth. Ida
and Dickinson. .Ml four named Cum
mins delegations to the state conten
Wisconsin Beats Chicago.
Chlcaeo. Mav 27. Wlnrnnsin riefent-
cd Chicago In n dual track meet t the
l nlverslty of Chicago, winning even
first and eieht seconds I'hlcnirrt
took seven first and six oeconds, leav
ing tlie final score W) to Kt.
Baptist Church la 105 Tears Old.
Red Bud. Ills.. May 27. The one-
liuudred-and-rlfth anniversary of the
Itaptlst church of New Deifn, seven
miles west of here, the first in the
Mississippi valley, will b celebrated
DeWitt's Little Early Risers search
the remotest parts of the bowels and
remove the impurities speedily with
ao aif comfort, xney are lamous ior
their efficacy. Easy to take, never
gripe. B.'H. Bieber and Hartz &
J Corner second and Hhrrlson
FREE FERRY TICKETS.
Good for Season 1901.
Onr arrant nrSll Va at the DAVennort
f pons which when presented at the Boston Store will ent itle you to
i Two Free Ferry Tickets. Coupons will be distributed ea ch day from p
Free Crayon - Portraits
With a $5.00 Cash Purchase!
COMMENCING TUESDAY, MAY 28
All portraits made by artists in our store a cash guarantee
deposited with us to insure the return of -all photographs.
LIU SUe Portraits Free!
We hare made arrangements with the National Portrait Co.
for an unlimited number of 16x20 inch single bust crayon
portraits enlarged from photographs aad mounted on card
board. A live dollar cash purchase entitles you to one of
Bring the best photograph you have and the work will
Brooms, Basement Special Tuesday Only,
10 dozen best 35o Brooms, one to each -i ' SZf
jBuy the Julia Marlowe
for Comfort. We
3 iHiiisnsiD &
do not depend on the
amount of leather worked
into them, but the quality
of it. The lightness, the
grace aud the wearing
.qualities of the
$3.50 and $2.50
have won them a dis
tinctive prestige with
women. The makers
guarantee them, we
do, and invite your
inspection of the new
styles just in.
INGERSOL'S OLD.' HOME
now ihc hcTmk o
LEWIS' SINGLE BINDER
and Spiritual Healer
Is now permanently located at 1327
Second avenue. She gives physic treat
ment for success in business, loe af
fairs, chronic diseases, habits, poverty
and inharmony. Will give advice and
answer live questions for 25 cents.
Fall life reading 60 cents. Sixth State
test reading $1.00. v
Satisfaction (I naranteed or No charges.
Hours from 1 to 9 p. m.
Ad vsrtlsed Ust of Letters No. 21.
List of letters uncalled for at the pontofllee
at Hoc it Island for the week ending May -5,
Bateson. George A. Meyer. S. J.
lUoles. Frank F. Mack. R. IX
Carter. Frank Marshall, C C.
Cleveland, lien Pauly, Maud
Caonell. K. J. Pie wh. Anne
Close. J C. Pierce P. W
Derry. W. L. Ross, Harry H.
Flesner, Vivian Torrey. M C.
Fry, Mr. and Mrs. W. falsrk, Louie
Gernaer. Clara Smith. Nellie
Garland. Charles Sweeney, M. C.
Hodgson 11. F. Sbepaid. Lovd
Jobnon, A. G. Wilson. C V.
Kaufman. Dr. "Wyile, William
Luchner, Ed ' Wjlle, William A.
Johnson, Mrs. Cj O.
When calling for advertised letters please
rive the number of the list.
Thomas u. Thomas, Postman ter.
Streets. Daveaoort. Iowa. f
land in ir and will diatr Unit a inn.
Elastic Instep Shoes 2
are Sole Agenis. 2
No Introduction Is Necessary
You know they are honest,
substantial and stylish. We
have them in all s'.yle and
Opposite Harper House.
WANTED TO RENT.
TITANTED-TO RENT A HOUSE OF SEV
V V en or eight roomsbetween Seventeenth
and Twenty-nftb streets ana r um ana rourm
avenues. Address "u, ahuds.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
THOU SALE ST. HEKNARD DOQ. FIVE
a? mnntbsold. Will sell cbeap. Inquire at
621 Twelfth street.
FOR S ALE BIG EXPRESS WAGON TEAM
and harness Inquire of Spencer &. Trefz,
IW BCCVDU ttVCUUC
T7TOR SALE A FINE NEW PARLOR
JJ ouite. upholstered and of late design. Call
at iijo r our in avenue.
THOR SALE A GAS RANGE NEARLY
JO new. Must he sold at once. Inquire at
Tfc9 Seventh avenue.
-ITOR SALE ENTIRE HOUSEHOLD GOODS
A nearly new. Cheap If taken soon, in
qu ire at &M Twelfth street.
T3OR HALE A SECOND HAND BABY
aj buggy: also second band bicycle. A a
arets --u iv, care or akuum.
T7IOR: SALE A CHOICE 10-ACRE FRUIT
-a. i mn ior saie in bouio ivoca island, m mo-
iy mpiVTWi DCS xiciuy
T7K3R S ALE "TOCK HARDWARE, TOOLS,
A." cutlery and fixtures. I'M East Third street
Davenport, Iowa. D. J. McKee.
COR SALE AN ALMOST NEW SIX-
A? pocket pool table. Also a good 18-foot
awnln?. inquire oi w. u. Msucser.
XTKIR SALE BARGAIN IN WHEELER &
A." WMion sewing macbrne, kiteben stove,
hard coal stove, enild's bed at 621 Twelfth
XTOR SALE BAY HORSE, WEIGHT
A? about MX) pounds, single fearneas and light
open Duggy. 30 for eri tiro outfit. Inquire of
Albert Tlmberlake, 7S Thirty-ninth s reet.
TPOR SALE A GOOD FAMILY DRIVING
X? horse, black, and weighing about 1.0S0
pounds: also surrey and set of new harness,
and one old harness. Address 'B, 87." A KG us.
FOR SALE A HALF SHETLAND PONY
Gentle, drives single or double and is a
good saddle animal: also one 8 volume set
Adam Clarke commentary. lull calf binding:
one set 4-volume Ridpath a History of the
World, half Morocco binding. Also one almost
new Hlnger sewing machine. Inquire of East
man & Co., i;Hi-4 becoud avenue.
with your present position? If not, an
Arccs want ad will help you find another.
Are you satisfied with the house or apart
ment you are living in? If not, an Amirs
want ad will help you lind another.
Are you satisfied with your business?
An Argus want ad will help you lind a pur
chaser for your business, and will aleo lind
another business for you to engage in.
Aug us want ads will find any reasonable
want you may have.
WANTED WASHING OR WORK TO DO
at home or by the day. quire at 413
WANTED SITUATION BY A YOUNG
ladv as asvistant In office: some experi
ence in single entry bookkeeping. Address
L. -, AKi.CS
FOR RENT ROOMS.
OR RENT FOUR ROOMS FOR IIGHT
housekeeping at 219:4 Eighteenth street.
TjlOR RENT A NICELY FURNISHED
JD loom, suitable for two persons, verv
cheap: with meals If desired. 1312 Seventh
TjlOR RENT ONE OR TWO NIELY FUR
S? cisfaed rooirs with every convenience at
li lb becona avenue.
TTKJR RENT A FURNISHED ROOM SUIT A
A. ble for two persona. Call at 1008 Second
avenue; second floor.
fpOR RENT THREE CONVENIENT
X? rooscs. with laundry and cellar, at 1031
fifteenth street. Kents at Vi per month.
TJTOR RENT FURNISHED ROOM3. FIRST
AJ clsss, with front view and all modern
conveniences. Inquire 621 Twenty-thlrdstreet.
TTTOR RENT TWO FURNISHED FRONT
A? rooms, steam heat and bath. All modera
conveniences; three blocks from postofflce.
km aixteenui street.
TJIOR RENT TWO LARGE FURNISHED
A.' front rooms with all latest modern con
veniences. Meils If desired Easy walking
Distance to d us in ess center, iwu seventeenth
FOR RENT HOUSES
77K)R RENT HOUSES TO RENT. HULL &
R RENT AN 8-ROOM HOUSE AT 1928
'OR RENT-STORE AT 12J EAST THIRD
street. Davenport, Iowa. t25 per month.
TJH5R RENT STORE OCCUPIED BY Mc
A? Cabe's annex, 219 Eighteenth street. In
quire of J. D. Taylor or on the premises.
T7K)R RENT DESK ROOM. WITH HEAT.
AJ light, telephone, and janitor service. In
quire of Eastman & Co., Kim becond avenue.
FOR RENT THE SOUTH HALF OF A
modern 12-room house In Huber&Peetz
addition, formerly occupied by Mr. Brau:igam.
Inquire of W. C. Maucker.
T7K3R RENT A frROOM HOUSE WITH
AJ modern conveniences, between Fifth and
Sixth avenues and Eleventh street. Apply to
J. IX. Beecher. MM Seventeenth street.
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
fTHDR SALE TWO-STORY" RESIDENCE OF
X? eight rooms at 2203 Six h avenue. Inquire
of D. B. Shaw, at Bailey's store.
FOR SALE A NICE HOME IN SOUTH
Rock Island with 240 feet fronting on
Ninth street, one block south of Maucker s
store. Will trade or sell. Inquire of W. C.
TTIOR SALE A NEW 6-ROOM HOUSE.
J latest design and built for all modern
conveniences. Will be ready for occupancy
about June 1. Terrace lot 40x110 feet. Apply
at 818 Twelfth street.
TjlOR SALE-CHEAP. A 5-ROOM HOUSE
Jj and large barn nearly new. and good well
on premises. Also 10 good building lots on
paved street between Sixteenth and Eigbv
eenth avenues on Twelfth street Inquire of
John G. Sherman, Ninth street, Fair Grounds,
South Kock Island.
I TOR SALE CHOICE BARGAINS IN
1 property for sale In all parts of the city;
houses rented; rents collected; money to loan
in any amount on real estate security. Fire
insurant written In oldest and most reliable
companies. Telephone 4573. Goldsmith A Mo-
Kee, over t-eopie s xm auonai oana.
TjXJR SALELOTS IN McENIRY'S AD
J? dltlon by E. J. Burns, room 12, Mitchell ft
Lynde building. Tnese iota are on eixin ave
nue, between Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth
street. Convenient to Fifth avenue or Elm
street street ear Unea. Term to suit pur
chaser. LOST AND FOUND.
LOST A LADIES GOLD WATCH. CRYS
tal out; cent's picture In back of case.
Finder will be liberally rewarded by returning
1 to Th abgtjs office.
T OST A LADY'S GOLD WATCH WITH
XJ five diamond settings on back cover and
pin attached in the vicinity of Frurth avenue
and Twentieth street. Finder will be liberaUy
rewarded by returning to The Argu office.
BLUE-EYED BRUNETTE,- NICE LOOK
ing. has f 17.0U): is fond of home and chU-dren-
would marry affectionate, honest gen
tleman. Address Miss Laura, drawer H, Chi
For Drunkenness and
'lease writ us.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED A COMPETENT COOIC AT
S16 Nineteenth street.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work at 013 Twenty-third street.
WANTED A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework at 613 Twenty-third street.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED STARCH
girl at the Rock Island tSteam laundrv
Call at once.
WANTED COOK" AND DINING ROOM
t-'irls at 192:1 Second avenue, Wright s
WANTED A COMPETENT GIRL FOR
general housework. Apply to Mrs. L.
W. Ellenwood, 202 Fifth avenue.
WANTED MALE HELP.
WANTED A GOOD BELL BOY AT THE
WANTED CARRIAGE PAINTERS AND
blacksmiths. Peoria Buggy Manufac
turlrg company, Peoria, 111.
ANTED CARRIAGE TRIMMERS.
Good wages. Steady work. Apply
room 18, Hotel Sommers, Moline.
WANTED COACH CARPENTERS AND
Coach painters. M. E. Hotcbkis. super
intendent. Hicks' Locomotive and Car works'.
Chicago Heights. I1L
WANTED AT ONCE, ACTIVE CAN
Tt'sen to sell our foldictr wheel baby
CBr.Iasres In Rock Island. Apply to the Fold
Inn Wheel Carriage company, 113-115 Ripley
street, uavenport, low a.
WANTED COUNTY OR DISTRICT MAX
agers: ri UOO per yea.- to take charge o f
our phonographs; soma cash and bond re
quired. American Multiplex Talking Machine
company, 31 Quincy street, Chicago.
WANTED FOREMAN: GOOD STEADY
position for the right man: must take
charge of wood-wort iog machinery : good
recommendations required. Call or write at
once. Husbnell Tank and Fence works, W. J.
Vert re es. Prop., BushneU, III.
WANTED BOARDERS PARTIES AV1SII
lnggood board address "S. IT," aruus
WANTED TO BUY A GOOI SIZFD
WANTED fi OR T ROOM BOUSE WITH
yard and modern conveniences, if pos
sible. Address "H. 23,'" AKOCS.
WANTED HUSTLING AGENTS 1 O
sell a rapid-selling article. Call befoi e
8:30 a. m. or after bp. m. at 2718 Fifth avenue.
WANTED A CENTRALLY' IX)CATK1
Moom modern dwelling inexi'lintre for
suburban property. Can pay cash difference.
If any. Address -X, 44," Argds.
WANTED AN ESTABLISHED WHOLE
sale house, recently incorporated, ex
tending business, desires to engage competent
manager for branch house. Sal try IWO per
month, expenses and commission. Must In
vest tl.iOu In capital stock of company, on
which dividend of 6 per cent will be guaran
teed, and furnish satisfactory references.
Address, Secretary, box 440, Kansas City, Mo.
VJEE WILLIAMSON FOR STORAGE.
Money loaned on household gjod-s; 1515
WANTED GOOD, RELIABLE OtLSALES
man, on commission or salary. Address
Quaker Oil and Implement company, Cleve
RAGS, RUBBERS. ETC. SEND POSTAL
eard or leave word at 2205 Fourth ave
nue, or Fortieth street and Fifth avenue.
If you have any rags, rubber, etc., to sell.
I will come to your house and pay you from
ISO to 75 per hundred for rags, and rubbers from
S to 6o a pound. All calls will reeelve prompt
attention. B. F. Klugger.
J P. WILLIAMSON BUYS. SELLS, AND
exchanges ail kinds of second hand goods,
will pay more than any other dealer and sells
cheaper. A 11 kinds of stove repairing and
cleaning done also. J. P. Williamson, 1615
Second avenue. Telephone number 4be4-
FYOU WANT TO BUY, SELL, TRADE
or rent anything, engage help or seoure a
situation, the Mall Is the one paper In Moline
that can do It for you. Mall wants are popt
tar and Mail wants bring results. One-half cent
par word la the price to all alike, easb in ad
ranee. S-eent stamps will do. Evening an
Bonds 7 Mall. Moline. IU.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNT,
on any kind of security Also choice
- ..i. ,nd Hnt XV. L. Oomf.
yivj'ci j v -J - ,
S30 Seventeenth street, op stairs.
ATONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
1L ,ua loans by W. H Eastman, 1711 Bea-
oed avenue, wltboat publity or removal. He
siso maferw eoiieouoos nwo onoa a 9aiiyj
WANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
monds. watches, jewelry, hardware.
musical instruments, blcycies, clothing, dry
goods, furniture, etc. mgnest casn prices
nuid for second band goods of all kinds also
The above soods for sale at half the usual
tore prices. All business transactions strictly
confidential, am new numoer ana location,
1023 Second avenue - Don's forget it. i. W.
Jones. Two ring on 1247