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THIS AJietrS, MONUAY, SEPTEMBER, 15, 1501.
Published T3" ntl Weekly M IBM HSOOnd
toffies m Second uta matter.
IK TBI HAMS OB'
TERMS Dally, 10 eents t r wsofc Weekly,
U 00 per annum la advance.
All communications of poll Meal or arnunen
tatlve character, political or religious, muat
bare real came attaehed for p. iblieatlon. No
ueh artlols.wUl bo printed ove.- fioiltlou gig.
Correspondence aol! cite! irons nurj iowb-
hip la Rock 11 and county.
Monday, September 16
William Dorset Jexks. the new
governor of Alabama. la a lawyer by
profession and has raado a fortune bj
Feed C. Eastox, eon of ihe late J.
C. Eiston. a retired millionaire, will
give $100 000 toward the erection of
a new Presbyterian college in -La
Joseph Qcist v has annonnced iis
willingness to become the democrat ic
candidate for governor of Massachu
setts. He Is now on his way honte
from a European tour.
The German emperor has appoint
ed his youngest sister. Princess Mar
garet of Hese, to be chief or honora
ry colonel of the 8uth foot, in succes
sion to her deceased mother.
The future of anarchy is receiving
the undivided attention of the country
editors at present, and the concensus
of opinion seems to be that it has
no future in this country." So mote
At the Methodist conference in
London last week it was developed
that there are very nearly 25.000,000
Methodists in the world, and $300.
000.000 worth of Methodist church
President Roosevelt displayed his
common sense when in connection
with his inauguration at Buffalo Sat
urday he put his foot down on an
attempt to exclude the press from
the ceremonies.tOfficioas people, who
by the grace of those in whose house
the induction of the president was to
take place were in charge of the pre
liminarie?, took upon themselves to
keeo the newsDaDer representatives
out and to make it strictly a private
affair. When the president heard of
this arrangement he countermanded
the order and sent word that the rep
resentatives oi tne press De aumuieu.
Pkesidext Eoosetelt is the fifth
vice president who has reached the
presidency through the death of the
president. The first was John Tyler,
who became president by the death
of William H. Harrison; the second
was Millard Filmore, who succeeded
after the death of Zachary Taylor; the
third was Andrew Jackson, who took
the place left vacant by Abraham
Lincoln; the fourth was "Chester A.
Arthur, who was made president by
the assassination of James A. Garfield ;
and now Theodore Roosevelt has been
elevated to the presidency through
the assassination of William Mc
Kinley. A pretty feature of the Council of
Congregationalists. soon to be held in
Portland, Me., will be a Sunday after
noon mass meeting for children.
Fourteen years ago a mass meeting
of this soft was tried and proved re
markably successful. It is now to be
tried among Maine children The re
lation of theological seminaries to the
churches will be discussed, and also
the relation of the public schools and
the churches. Among the speakers
will be Dr. Hillis, of Plymouth church;
President Hyde, of Bowdoin; Dr. Jef
ferson, of the Broadway Tabernacle,
New York, and President Tucker, of
J. Pieri'oxt Morgan- is constantly
guarded by detectives. One day las't
week eight of these were on duty at
the entrance of his oflice. He may be
in danger from cranks, as everybody
of prominence is more or less, but he
has nothing to fear from rational
men. These understand that Morgan
is simply the product of & vicious
system, and that killing-him wonld
not kill the system. The latter re
. maining, other Morgans would take
his place. With privileges repealed
and monopoly destroyed multi-millionaire
and trust lords with greater
power than any monarch would dis
appear. The way to abolish the
Morgans is to abolish the causes
which make them Dubuque Tele
graph. ROOSEVELT ON TKIST3
In his address at Minneapolis oh
Labor day, Theodore Roosevelt, ad
verting to trusts, declared that "We
shall find it necessary in the future to
shackle cunning as in the past we
have shackled force." And he added
that "the vast individual and cor
x porate fortunes, the vast combinations
of capital which have marked the de
velopment of our industrial system
create new Venditions and necessitate
a change from the old attitude of the
state and the nation toward prop
erty." If President Roosevelt's recommen
dations to congress and administra
tion of his great office shall be io
accord with the obvious spirit and
intent of these praiseworthy utter
ances, he will do much to remedy the
economic and industrial conditions of
which there is general and justified
complaint, and incidentally to lessen
the dissatisfaction upon which the
curse of anarchy thrives.
8HERMA2f KNTERS DENIAL.
Two or three days ago Senator Ber
ry and Speaker Sherman were in
Springiield, and had a conference, it
is said, with Attorney General Ham
lin. At once some of the correspond
ents started the story that these men
were conferring as to a tenatorial
candidate to succeed Mason. Speaker
Sherman. from his McDonough county
home, denies the story. No doubt
they were conferring on an entirely
different matter. The attorney gen
eral is to give the auditor an opinion
as to the legality of certain expendi
tures. Senator Berry received nearly
$8,000 for the very services which It
is now wished to declare invalid.
Speaker Sherman has some friends in
the same boat. It is desired now to
give Gov. Yates a solar plexus bow,
but at the same time preserve Perry
and Sherman's friends from WTath.
This is really a more perplexing
question than that of senator.
You Can Depend L'pon the Wird of This
Kock Island Citizen.
He has had the experience.
He has thoroughly tented the arti
cle. He found it as represented.
He corroborates the oplnloas of
scores in Rock Island.
Isaac ShifTer of 529 Fifteenth
street, employed at the Moline gas
works, 6ays: -There was a dull,
htavy pain in the urn til of iny back
continually and after stooping it was
all I conld do to stnugbteu agaiu.
There was always too, frequent action
of the kidney secretic ns which was
very annoying, especially through
the day. I saw Doan'a kidney pills
advertised in our paper and I procured,
a bor from Marshall & Fisher's drug
store. After a short treatment the
dull aching pains left me, my back
felt s Wronger and the kidney secretions
were restored to their normal condition-
I know of others who had a
similar satisfactory experience with
Doan's xidney puis."
For tale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Fo9ter-Milburn company, Buf
falo, N. I., sole agents for the L. fc.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no substitute.
SIMPLE REMEDIES. -
Diluted lammonla Is-good for insect
bites and stints.
A raw ciXTt swallowed at once upon
g?ttins a- liHiibone inn he throat beyond
tie reach of the finjspr. it id said, will
dislodge it and carrj7 it down.
A., simple remedy for Indigestion is
thewhite vt an -;.c: Lvaten to a stiff
frotli and stirred into a wineglassful
of ccJd water. This should be taken
after 'each meal.
Fortburns ami scalds, when no other
remedy is at(Qianl, try the effect of a
piece of rajr Ssfecpetl In vinegar and
bound round ?the scar. This is espe
cially useful when rookin?, for the
vinegar Is geiierally at hand.
To cune a severe case of colic take a
teaspooirful of salt in a pint of -water;
drink and go to bed. This is one of the
speediest-remedies known. It will also
prove cllicacioiis in reviving a person
who seenw almost dead from a heavy.
Prepnrlngr For a. Journey.
Jerome K. Jerome recalled, with
reverence, a habit of his methodical
uncle who, before packing for a Jour-
vey, always "made a IKt." This was
the system which he followed, gather
ed from his uncle's own -lips:
Take a piece of paper and put down
on it everything you cau possibly re
quire. Them go over It anid see that it
contains notliing you canfpossibly do
Imagine yourself In bed.' What have
you got on? Very well; put it down,
together with a change. You get up.
What do you do? .Wash yourself.
What do you wash yourself with?
Soap. Put down soap. Go on till you
Lave finished. Then takeyour clothes.
Begin at your feet. What do you wear
on. your feet? Iioots, shoes, socks. Put
them down. Work up tDl you get to
your head. What do you want besides
clothes? Put down everything.
This is the plan the old gentleman al
ways pursued. The list made, he would
K over it carefully to see that he had
forgotten nothing. Then he would go
over It again and strike out everything
it was possible to dispense with. Then
be would lose the list.
'Many ye.-rrs ago," says the Provi
dence Journal, "In a village not 20
miles from Providence a revival was in
progress. A young man. one of indis
tinguishable twin brothers who had
previously been observed, ns was sup
posed, in an attentive attitude at the
meeting, rose for prayers, walked to
the anxious seat, and there walled and
n-oaned to 6uch good purpose that the
deacons were sure he was on the high
road to salvation,
The next day he was overheard In
the back yard at home chopping wood
and swearing painfully at a refractory
leg. When remonstrated with for his
sudden backsliding, he merely said,
"Oh, brother Jim couldn't go to the
meeting last night, so I went and hol
lered for him."
Sleaat What It Said.
No." said the Imneeunious one. "rnn
can't believe all that you see in the
"Are you prepared to specify?" the
other man asked.
"I am. I saw a statement in the
financial columns that money was easy,
but when I tried to negotiate a loan I
found that the reverse was true."
"You Misunderstood the Dara cts Dh.
It didn't say the people were easy.
TIPS FOR TRAVELERS.
Verylow rates to Buffalo, N. Y.,and
return via the C, R. I. & P. railway.
Call at the city office, 1813 Second
avenue for full information regarding
C, R. I. & P. railway passenger ser
vice. Home visitors' excursion via R. I
& P. railway Sept. 17 and 24, Oct 1
and 8 to Indianapolis, Cincinnati and
many points in Indiana and Ohio;
also Louisville, Ky. Rates Jess than
The Burlington route, C, B. & Q.
railroad company, will have on sale
Sept. S and 17, home seekers' excur
sion tickets at one first-class fare,
plus 2, for the round trip, to points
south, southwest, west and north
west, good returning within 21 days
from date of sale. It also has on
sale, at greatly reduced rates, tickets
lor ruget Sound points, Colorado,
racino coast and various other points
SlO.BO to Buffalo and Katnrn Account t
at Buffalo Pan-American exposition,
via Nickel Plate road. Good only in
coaches. Tickets on sale September
14th and 15th, good returning to and
including September 22nd. Three
through trains daily, leaving Chicago
forenoon, afternoon and night. Spec
ially low rates, with longer limits,
available in sleeping cars, on same
dates. Through service to New York
and Boston. For particulars, call on
or address John Y. Calahan, -general
agent, 111 Adams street, Chicago.
13 to KnfTalo Pan-American and ire
tarn, S 13
Via the Nickel Plate road, daily with
limit of 15 days; 20-day tickets'at f 16
and 30-day tickets at $21 for the
round trip. Through ser ice to New
York and Boston and lowest available
rates. For particulars and Pan-Amer
ican folder of buildings and grounds,
write JoLn l. Calahan. sreneral ayent.
Ill Adams street, Chicago.
lllluola Day at th Fan-American rzpost
tlon. The Nickel Plate road will selJ
tickets for that occasion at a rate as
low as 110.50 for the round trip, good
going Sept. 14 and 15 and returning
to and including Sept. 22. For par
ticulars regarding tickets at especially
low rates, with longer limits, availa
ble in sleeping cars on name dates,
call on or address John Y. Calahan,
general agent, 111 Adams street, Chi
15 day tickets for 13 via the Nickel
Plate road. 20 day tickets f 16
Lowest rates to all eastern points
John Y. Calahan. general acent. Ill
Adams street, Chicago. City ticke
oinee in Auams street, Chicago.
Fxtenalon of Limit
on Buffalo Pan-American tickets via
Nickel Plate road. $13 for round
trip, tickets geol 15 days; $16 for
round trip, tickets gcoi 20 days
Three dailv trains with vestibulcd
sleeping cars and lirst-class dining
car service on American ciuo plan
Meals ranging in price from 35 cents
to fl. Address John Y. Calahan
general agent, 111 Adams street
Low Round Trip Excursion Kates to San
September 19th to 27th inclusive,
the C, R. I. & P. By. will sell round
trip tickets to San Francisco at very
low rates, account meeting general
convention tpucopal church.
Return tickets good any time be
tween October Std and Novcmbci
15th. Stop-over allowed at points ir.
Colorado. Wyoming. Texas. Montana
and Bril ?h Columbia, or west ol
there, 'i .rongh first-class and tour
1st bleepic; cars from Bock Island to
For full particulars call at city
oflice, 181 1 Second avenue, or tele
Sclatle Bbinuutlim Cared.
L. Wagner, wholesale .druggist.
Richmond, Va., says: "I had a fear-
lui attack of sciatic rheumatism, was
laid up almost two months; was for
tunate enough to get Mystic Cure for
rheumatism. This cured me after
doctors prescriptions had failed tc
have any effect. 1 have also beard of
fine results from others who have
used it." Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501
Second avenue, Rock Island; Gustave
Scnlegel & Son, 220 West Second
George W. Lane, Pewamo, Mich.,
writes: "Your Kodol Dyspepsia Can
is the best remedy for indigestion and
ptomach tronb'e that I ever used
For years I suffered from dyspepsia
at times compelling me to stay in bed
and causing me untold agony. I am
completely cured by Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure. In" recommending it to friends
who suffer from indigestion I always
offer to pay for it if it fails. Thus tar
1. have never paid." B II. Bieber and
Hartz & Ullemeyer.
and Magnetic Healer.
Correct Information on any sub
ject. t-JO Gaines street. Daren
port, Iowa, two blocks from
termlnusof Bridge Line.
Oont Be Fooled
Take toe cenas. rfflasJ
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TC
Made only by Madison M4C
do Co.. Madison, Wis.
keep yom well. Oar trs.
mark cut "n each pockae
Price. JS coat. rsw cn
(a bulk. Accori mm Vsv
mti MU, ASW ,Ult dnS aWa.
T II. THornsJ, sola attBV
" " . ' : i
Corner Second and Harrison
J Good for
Oar acrpnt urill Via at the Divannort
4 pons which when presented at the
ki iwo rree errv xicxeis. coupons
9:30 to 11:30 a. m. and 2:U0 to 5:00
lie ueuer suits.
These suits are the extrece styles of our suit deDartment in t
fact of the trl-clties. and as we are
for these exclusive styles they can
ing snown like them in tve se parts.
.. . - - rj
All the stylish neck farnlshings
shown. Stylish people are wearing
and ruff. We have a great variety
and white chiffon ruff j, black chiffjn, lace and net ruffs.
The Feather Boas from 3 98 as low as 50c
Ostrich Feather Boas from $12. Co as low as 4,50
Chiffon Ribbon Ruffs from f5 as low as
v The Best French flannel.
All linen table linens you ever bought at qc
Beautiful styles in imitation French Flannels, 200 distinct
styles and colorings. Persian designs for 12$C
50 styles to select from in two and three toned effects, stripes,
figures, dots and fancy designs, all colors, worth 75c, while
they last, yard 59c
Kaibroideried French waist patterns, no two alike, exclusive
New Kid Gloves.
A brand new lot of $ I, $1.25 and $1.50 kid gloves just placed on
pale. All tho new shades, all sizes, unlined and silk plaid lined. Mo
chas the washable kid gloves for $1.50 and the Cenremeri washable
kid gloves for $2 50, in all tho new fashionable and eveninj shade.
You can wash them like a handkerchief. Perrins' Ms ies' kid glove3
in all the new shades.
-i beautiful beverage sparkling like molten
sunshine tipped ! with mountain snow. It
i possesses the true hop flavor" and aroma,
j The ideal family beer, order from
A. D. HUES1XG, Rock Hind.
Our d.imty honfc of moms Soto Girm.m Sn?iprp." fro on
reuuefet. The Amrrlran lirren-lnir o. hi. I.nuln. f o.
-ABC -ABC -ABC-A KC- A ffCI
Bottled at the Brewery
Recent Shipment of
At Summer Prices ct
PARIDON & SON.
419 Seventeenth street. Teleohone 4753
LOST AND FOUND
- m T)J III UIU3 uu m vuiuiuuiaii U Wi I UUltHI 7ll
to ABucs oitlce una be reware'ed.
rOST AN OVERCOAT, BETWEEN PROS--4
Dcct Prk and school bouse No. . Kinder
return to Lutlln's livery on Fourth avenue and
Seventeenth street and receive reward.
ITTANTED RELIABLE LHDTOR GEK
T V tleman us general office agent tor citbrr
Davenrort. Kock Island or Moline Small
cupltal required tor necessary slock ol Roods
l'rotns win exceed n.-xi mo imy. Aoares
1'rotHable.' c re Leuaer cilice, Davenport,
Notice or tr ubllcatlon Chancery.
State of Illinois, I
Rock I&land County. 1
In the Circuit court of said County, to the
September term. A. D lvul. In chancery.
Ella Oberg vs. Martin Ober?.
Atnaavlt or toe unxnown resiaesce oi
the said Marti a Obertr, defenda&nt above
named, bavins- been Wed in the clerk's office
of the circuit court of the said county.
notice is hereby fflven to the said
Martin Obertr. defendant as aforesaid, that the
complainant filed her bill of complaint In
said court, on the chancery side there
of, on the SVth day of March,. A.
O., 1001, and that thereupon a summons
Issued out of said court wherein said suit
is now pending, returnable to the rail court in
the city of Kock island, county aforesaid, on
the 6th day of May. A. D. I'.KM, which wss the
first A:i.v at the May term. A. 1 1 '.!. of said
court, as is by law required, and that said
cause has been continued to the September
term of fcaid court, to be bolden In the city of
Kock Island, county aforesaid, ov tbo third
Monday of September, A. 1). 1901.
Now, unless you, the said Martin Obere,
unknown resident defendant shall personally
be and appear - before the said circuit
court, on the nrst aay oi tne leu
September term thereof, holden at Rock Is
land, in and for said county, on the third Mon
day of September next, and plead, answer r
demur to the said complainant's bill of
complaint, the sma and the matters and
things therein charged and stated, will be
taken as confessed and a decree entered
against you aooordlng to the prayer of said
bill. Okhruk W. (i am hi. a. Circuit Clerk
McEsibt it MctMBT, Complainant's Solici
Rock island, IU- March 27, 1901
Streets, Davenport, Iowa,
V HT1f E? I"
l&ndincr and will Hiafrlxnfa ?
Boston "store will entitle you to
win do aistrinutea each dar from
the sole asrents for the tri-Mties
only be seen here positively noth-
and fads, right up-to-date, now
ostrich feather boas, feather boas
which we iust received. Black
ding beer is its purity, then its 'I
Wise first ''ffhimr
regarding beer is its purity, then its
flavor an J health giving prcperties.
MEM I AN
KInz of all Bottled Biers."
in these qualifications. It is a
Only. .Never sold in Bulk."
TITANTED - HUSTLING AGENTS TO
.se;i a rapia-seiiin' article. C .11 before
cow a. m. or aiter o p. m. at 47io laita aveaus
ITT ANTED ROOM AND BOARD IN KIKST
ciass lamuy wnere there are no other
uuuruers oy proiessional man and wife. Ad
dress "il 31" Argus.
VTTANTED ONE WEIL FURNISHED
room w:in modern conveniences with
In three or four blocks of the b inness cenur
by one gentleman. Address "II. :ia ' arc;i's
ITTANTED AN ESTABLISHED WHOLE
fV sale house, recenllr Incnmnratixi
tending business, desires to engage competent
manager for branch house. Saltry 1100 per
tuvubu, mm vuuiiuiiuo. fuUSt In-
vest fl.xx 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
DR ALLEV WILL TEACH YOU THE
art of palmls'.ry and furnish the test
books oa the art to help yoar studies for
n.53, this week oclv. A complete reading
cents, at 1J Second avenue.
rrss r.TrvrTnM pat tj TVc :t
Third St . Davenport. Gives advice on
business, love, marriage, sickness and health.
Also gives the best time for lawsuits, business
ventures, etc Hours, 10 to noon; 2 to S, and
7:30 to p m.
MONEY TO LOAN
MONKY TO LOAN IN ANT AMOUNT,
on any kind of security Alio choice
property for sale and rent. W. L Coyne,
30 Seventeenth street, tap stairs.
WANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DTA
monds, watches, jewelry, hardware,
musical Instruments, bicycles, clothing, cry
goods, furniture, eto. Highest cast price)
paid for second hand goods of all kinds alio
The above goods for sale at naif tho usual
tore prloes. All business transactions strictly
confidential. His new number and location,
1623 Seoond avenuo Don't forget It. t. W.
Jones. T w o rings on 1347.
Every Man's Shoe in the Store in $5.50 or $4.00 Grade
Except The Union Made,
Go at $2.65.
Every Pair Guaranteed. All Sizes from 7 to 10,
A to D.
OPPOSITE HARPER HOUSE.
FOB BENT ROOMS.
OR RENT FURNISHED ROOM OVER
Maucker & Tonn s grocery.
CIOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS WITH
a? excellent table board at 701 Seventeenth
FOR RENT-ONE FURNISHED FRONT
room with heat and bath at 1011 54 Second
FOR RENT TWO LARGE FURNISHED
rooms for light housekeeping at llio
T7K3R RENT A FURNISHED ROOM SUIT A
X? ble for two persona. Call at 1608 Second
venue; second Boor.
fjOil RENT A FURNISHED ROOM FOR A
A? gentleman. Modern conveniences. 738
CIOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS WITH
A? tabie board and all modern conveniences
at J eecond avenue.
tiTOS RENT-FOUR UNFURNISHED AND
A? some furcWhed rooms at &4i Twentieth
street, on street car line.
FOR BENT FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
light housekeeping one b ock from court
house. Address '-M. ," amgus.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
Iirht housekeepinj,', suitable for two, with
modern conveniences at ZM Thirteenth street.
FOR KENT TWO FURNISHED FRONT
rooms, steam heat and bath. AU modern
eonveniences; three blocks from pestomce.
520 Sixteenth street.
tpOR RENT TWO LARGE FURNISHED
C front rooms with all latest modern con
veniences. Meals if desired. Easy walking
distance to business center. 1000 Seventeenth
FOB BENT HOUSES
TTIOR RENT HOUSES TO RENT. HULL &
fTUJR RENT AN X ROOM ' HOUSE. 3SI5
I' Fifth-und-a-half avenue. Inquire -at 832
Fifth avenue. k
FOR RENT HOUSE. EIGHT ROOMS, GAS,
porcelaii bath, furnace, strictly modern.
1010 'x wenty-lirit streek
FOR RENT Mff fi-RODM COTTAGE
1119 xrnth avenue. RentU. House open
tor Inspection. Inquire at lOlSTwelfth street
FOR RENT SECOND FLOOR. CONSIST
ing of three nice rooms, water upstairs.
Rent 17. Apply near it. at 111') Third avenue.
ClORRENT FLATS. FIV & ROOMS, BATH,
JD etc., f 13 and 15 per month, cn Tbirty
nrst street and Fifth avenue. For particulars
cad on A. J. Koester, in building. Telephone
5181 Green, or telephone 620, Davenport.
FOB SALE PROPERTY.
JTIOR SALE HULL & 11EMEXW AY HAVE
ii wo bnajKi on uluu 11 l akcq huua.
TjlOR S ALE A LAUNDRY AT A (iRF.AT
A. bargain if taken at once. Uullillemeu
way, Mitchell Sl Lynde buildirg.
OOR SALE AN 8 ROOM HOUSE, HOT
1- and cold water and pas.-In good lepair.
538 Twentieth street. Price reasonable, in
quire at 1107 Twenty-lirst street.
FOR SALE A DESIRABLE RESIDENCE
built last year on Twelfth street, above
Fourteenth avenue. Seven toots, goodwill
and cistern, paved street. Lot 50xl 4(. Gold
rnOR SALE CHOICE BARGAINS IN
17 cronertv for sale In all parts of the City
bouses rented; rents collected; money to loan
in any amount on real estate security, fire
Insurance written in oiaes auu unt rcn"io
companies. Telephone 4ft3, uoiaammsMO'
T7!OR SALE LOTS IN McENIRY'S AD
JD dltlon by K. J. Burns, room 12, Mitchell &
r.vndn hulidlnir. These lots are on Sixth ave
nue, between Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth
streeta. convenient to ;im avenue or mm
itreet street ear line. Terms to biui par
TO EXCHANGE PBOFERTY.
nto Tr-v-rri a Nnp RTCAT. ESTATE FIVE
J nuira eottace In excellent location for
renting to exchange for good residence lota.
Address D. C. S., A ROC a.
WAil ici iv .... .- - - -
imA In fentral Kansas
for building ious. conaire tir dousc. r ,n iui
ther Information icquirc of W. S. McKee.
FOB SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE A GOOD RUBBER TIRED
buggy cheap. Call at nos Twentieth
T710R SALE CHEAP. A WOOD UWIK
-C stove and dining table at 1018 Twclfih
UKJR SALE A NEW BARN FOR SALE
JD cheap it taken at once. Inquire at 628
T7IOR SALE A PHAETON IN GOOD COS
Jj dition: S. Cal- between 5 and 7 p. m. at
l'J20i.ignto avenue, city.
FOR SALE A PONY AND CART BY C.
D. Kosentield, Nineteenth street and
TiXR SALE A CHOICE 10-ACRE FR"IT
JD farm for sale In South Rook Island. Fine
ly improved, bee Reidy Bros.
TTIOR SALE HOTEL, RESTAURANT.
JD laundry and other lin- s of business.
Eistman & Co., 17144 second avenue.
TTIOR RALE A PONY WEIGHING ABOUT
J HOO pounds; alio the harness and buggy in
good condition. Inquire at 2l Eighth street.
TTIOR SALE A FIRST-CLASS SECOND
X; band house heating boiler, self-feeding.
Can be used for steam or hot water heat. A
bargain to parties having use for it. Allen,
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTF.O AN ACCOMPLISHED COCK.
Good w ages at 749 Elm street.
ANTED A GOOD COOK AT 1C26TWEN-
i:cm sireet Mrs. j. neipen.tell.
WANTED DINING ROOM G'PL AT
Union restaurant, 219 Seventeenth
WANTED A COMPETENT GIRL VOR
general housework at 12 "i wentleth
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Inquire at 2i7 Eighteecth
WANTED A CAPABLE GIRL FOR
general housework for family of two.
Apply to 734 Nineteenth street.
WANTED A GOOD CAPABLE GIItL
for sennnd vnrir a r.r.i
.... , , " . . . t- ft j ,w ma. x nil
I Mitchell, 720 Twentieth street.
WANTED-G1RL F03 GENERAL WORK.
Referent-ftsrequlred. German prefer.-ed
Call mornings, 4204 Sixth avenue.
WANTED LA DIES OF REFINEMENT TO
visit residences. Nothing to sell Good
compensation. Address "Liberal," care
Lea Jer oftlce, Davenport, Iowa.
WANTED MALE HELP.
WAX . E3-THREE GOOD BELL 113YS
at ti.e Harper bouse.
TTTANTED-A GOOD COLLECTOR. AP
.". ply at Singer Manufacturing company.
lol9 Second avenue.
1T7ANTED - STARK NURSERY PAYS
cash weekly if you s-ll stark tiecs,
Louisiana, Mo ; Dansville, N. Y.
rrrANTED CARRIAGE TRIMMERS,
t v Good wages. Steady work. Apply
room 18, Hotel bommers, Moilne.
iy ANTED - EIGHT CORE MAKERS,
,7, . 5ve core maker' apprentices at oo;.
me for particulars, Moliue low company,
VTTANTED A BOY OF 17 YEARS WOULD
r like a titration In oflice or store, not so
much for waves as experience. Address i.
W js ruus office.
fy ANTED BRIGHT, INTELLIGENT
young men as canvassers. Must write
good hand. Address la own hand writing.
"S, ' care this office.
ANTED SALESMEN AND SOLICI
, ' tvs of ability for a high class proposU
lion. Adcress J. C. Martin, 128 Muiostwct, "
riT ANTED A MAN UNDERSTANDI N 1
v bailer, ergine and pipe work. Lewis
poling con pany, Twenty.fourth street and
Fifth avenue, Kock Island.
WANTED TO BENT.
WANTED TO RENT A HOUSE OF SEV
en or eight rooms between Sevr nteenih
and Nineteenth streets. Address "J ," Tok
WANTED TWO OR THREE UNFI'R
n'shed rooms for light housekeeping ly
family of three. Address "Wilson,"" euro
WANTED TO RENT A HOUSE OF SEV
en or eight rooms between Seventeenth
and Twenty-fifth streets and Fifth and Fourth
avenues. Address "D." A sous.
IOR GOOD R'OM AND B3ARD AU-
dress "S 27 Argus o tile a.
VJEE WILLIAMSON FOR STORAGE.
O Money loaned on household goods; 1515
WANTED GOOD, RELIABLE OIL 3 ALES
man, oc commission or salary. Addreti
Quaker Oil and Implement company, Cleve
I" ADIES' SHAMPOO PARLORS AT 1827
Fourth avenue. Switches made. Hair
tonic and harmless preparations for keeping
the b v.r In curl are al wa. s on hale.
TIVES OF MARTYRED PRESIDENTS.
J their assasinators and history of hdui cIj
iim: COJ pages for 1 50 Outtit free: i p. r
cent commission Credit and freight given.
MoBrady, Star building, Chicago.
AGENTS WANTED LIFE OF fcVKIN
ley, .TfK-page lartre book, handsomely
illustrated. Ollttlt trw now rparltr- ?- nr ..An,
discount to aeenis. K eight naid: errriit
given. HetryNeil. 323 Deaihorn Kirept. rhi-
J P. WILLIAMSON BUYS. SELLS, AND
exebanees all kinds nf
will pay mora than anv other dealer nrul u,:i.
cheaper. All kinds of stove repairing ard
eleaning done also. J. P. WUHnmibrm if if,
Seoond avenue. Telephone number 484.
RAGS, RUBBERS. ETC. SEND POSTAL
eard or leavo word at 2205 Fourtb ave
nue, or Fortieth street and Fifth avenuo,
If you have any rags, rubber, etc., to sell.
I will come to vour house and nav vou frr.m
50 to 75 per hundred for rags, and rubbers from
3 to So a pound. All calls will reeelve prompt
attention. B. F. Klugger.
TF TOO WANT TO BUY, SELL, TRADE
X or rent anything, engage beln or seoure a
situation, the Mall is the one paper In Moilne
that can do It for you. Mail wants are popu
lar and Mall wants bring results. One-half cent
per word la the price to all alike, cash In rd
vanee. z-cent stamps will do. .Evening an
Sunday Mall, MoUce. 111.
DO YOTI WANT AGENTS T MANY
years' experience places us In a position
tot'iveyju valuable Information along lines
that will assure you success. Ask for free
letters o information and bulletin of daily pa
pers that pay. We also start respom-iote par
ties in tne man oroer ana agencv suodIv bus
iness Lord St Carver. Kacine. Wis.
EXCLUSIVE TERRITORY ON TBE ME
mortal Life if President McKinley bv
oie of bis most distinguished frlenos. Col. a.
Iv. McClure, biographer of Abraham Lincoln.
rver 600 cages, mage ilioently lUustra ed: D'ice
$1.50 Big money for agents; lid vo (25 per day
made easily. Opportunity of a ii'e tl-t-e.
Highest commission: frelgb t pa d, credit givec
Send for o-itrit today. State territory you
want exclusively. Territory asMgnea ana out-
lit mailed free on receipt of 10 cents to pay
postage. Aaares office nearest you. Tbe
John C. Wins' on company, Chicago, 111 , or
f nuftaeipiuit, rt,