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TELE ACeiTS, SEPTI23IT5ER 17, 1901.
FMbUti4 Da"- ld Weekly IBM BSCOtiO
fcse: R3Sk Island, III. (Entered at toe
MUffici m flecod-cliis matter.
IK TBI KAMI OF J. W. rOTTIb
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11 communications of political or argumen
stive character, polltleal or religions, mnat
nave real name attached for publication. No
ruch article, will be printed ovtr Ccvltlouj tig
Correspondence solicited from tvsry town
ablp In Rock Island coucty.
Tlksdat, SEPTEMBER 17.
Ami one of the most distressing re
minders of all of the terrible tragedy
is the realization that the last to
grasp the president's hand while yet
in health was the dastard who struck
Cm: of the mcst beautiful tributes
that has been paid t President Mc
Kinley's remains was the strewing of
the tracks at many points along the
way from Buffalo to Washington by
children with flowers.
William U. Whitney will not al
low his great park in the Adirondacks
to ba lumbered" in the ordinary
way. Instead be cuts trees of over
ten inches in diameter, leaving the
smaller ones to grow, and thus al
ways has a handsome forest.
J. H. Jones last Saturday closed 27
years of set vice at the Wisconsin in
dustrial school at Wankesha and cele
brated the erent by tendering his res
ignation. In his long term of service
Mr. Jones has had charge of the gar
dening and bad supervision of the
meat supply, besides taking charge cf
a family cf boys.
The most Rev. Frederick Temple,
archbishop, of Canterbury, who is 80
years of age, has been celebrating his
silver wedding. He was not married
until he was bi years of age, yet he is
an excellent specimen cf O.oeen Vic
toria's favorite type of a bishop and
happy family man. His wife, who is
the daughter of a nobleman, is not a
platform woman, bat shows a live in
terest in her husband's faith in active
work and temperance.
KOOSIVKLT'S BECOM1NM COXUCCT,
Some newspapers have indulged iu
criticism of Mr. Roosevelt because.
first, he went to Buffalo after hearing
of the president's assassination, and.
second, he left Buffalo for an outdoor
trip. The right of it is that Mr.
Roosevelt acted becomingly in both
'movements. Americans do not al
ways rememoer mat tne vi:e presi
dent is not a member of toe adnunjs
tration. He is officially almost noth
ing but successor-apparent. Under
the new law of succession a vice pres
ident is unnecessary. Almost the
remotest contingency of a lapse in
the executive function is removed by
the system which designates the cabi
net omcers in order. As presiding
oiucer ox tne senate the vice president
is, except in a tie vote, a mere tigure.
With more satisfaction to itself and
with more general utility, the senate
conld choose its own permanent chair
man or president.
Mr. Roosevelt did what any gentle
man in his position should have done.
He hastened to the bedside of the
prostrate president to show respect
for his chief and the anxiety which he
felt over the health of his friend.
When the physicians expressed the
opinion that the wound was taking a
f.tvorable course he departed; and
properly, becaue his stay might have
Beeemed like officious and premature
consciousness of his right of succes
sion to the sick man's honors. In
stead of acting in bid taste it would
rather seem that Mr. Roosevelt judged
the proprieties with healthy good
DISTINUCISBED I) E MOCK ATS
TRIBUTE TU McKf.3iL.EV.
(Dispatch from Chicago )
No more touching evidence of sor
row over the death of President Mc
Kinley has been shown in Chicago
than that manifested by William J.
Bryan at the meeting of the Carter
Harrison league Friday night at the
Sherman house. The very first words
spoken by Mr. Bryan when he left
hii train and took the arm of Robert
E. Barke were: "Is he dead?" The
question was asked in a voice tremu
lous with emotion. When he was
told the patLnt was still c'inging
faintly to life the face of the distin
guished Nebraskan brightened in a
Renter'. WorU-Re0oJ ijH
nam cvnniCD v-
Highly walsed by alt. who have used it 1 1
One wt 11-known pfrnon's lettiroiit of many;
ST. ANNS RECTORY f N
HO EAST 12'-. ST.. U,f
merits of your"ANCHOR. '
PAIN EXPELLER and examined,
as.to its efficacy.' the abundant
test imony'of gertf lemen.eminent
in the'medicat and jother profes
ifins! I do notjhesitate to join
in the 'p ra ise f ofLthis valuable
Superintendent 'of th 82 Caiholic
Schools in New York.
V? BEWARE OF IMITATIONS I
f? Onlr2Dc.&50c.atandru- f
f r AC. SIS T,. rl
smile of relief and he said: "God
grant that he may pull through."
The throng that met Mr. Bryan at
the station seemed to be dominated
bv the same tender thought of the
deathbed scene at Buffalo, and for the
first time in his experience in Chicago
not a cheer was uttered for the two
time leader of the democracy. Every
man was as reverent as if he were
standing in the shadow of the Milburn
home waiting for the final message.
The same funereal sileiu-3 was
observed when Mr. Bryan en
tered the meeting place at the
hotel. He dared not trust himself to
extempore speech, the few words he
had to say. contrary to his custom,
being read from a scrap of paptr.
More than once his voic broke and
he hesitated. When he linisbed there
Wis a moment of absolute quiet.
which was interrupted by Mr. Byran
himself. He inquired if there were
any late bulletins from Buffalo. A
newspaper man who happened to
have a number of Associated Press
messages handed them to Mr. Bryan.
"Read them, pleate," he said, and as
one after another was read, showing
that there was no hope, the man who
twice opposed President McKinley in
rr-sidential campaigns bowed his
ueia Iben came the bulletins an
nouncing the president's last words
before he sank into unconsciouencss
'Nearer, my God. to Thee." Mr.
Bryan raided his head and his eyes
were brimming with tears. "1 am
very sorry." be said, and his voice
broke again. He did not tru6t him
self to sav more of what be evidently
When after the news of the presi
dent's death was received Bryau was
much depressed. "It is a 'terrible
calamity; a crushing blow to the na
tion," he replied. ! am not in a
mcod to talk further."
(DUpatcb from Blooming ton )
rresident McKinley s aeatli was
learned bv former Vice President
Adlai K. Stevenson with the deepest
grief. He spent the u'ght receiving
bulletins from the deathbed, and
wnen tne nnai one came announcing
the fatal termination he was pro
f jundly affected. When asked for an
expression concerning the president's
death, Mr. Stevenson gave out the
"I am deeply grieved to learn of
the death of President McKinley. My
acquaintance with him began 3i) years
ago, wnen we were associated m con
gress. Our personal relations then
and fcince have been most cordial
recall with pleasure many kindnesses
shown to me. He was in the highest
sense a gentleman. His crted in ac
tion was, 'There is nothing so kingly
as kindufss!' Blameless and tender
in private life; patriotic in all his im
pulses; of personal integrity never
tjnestioned. and faithful in the di
cnargo of public duties, he will live in
the grateful remembrance of his
countrymen. It is a sad thou2ht.
one that gives us pain, tat-in this
land of liberty and law, that there
seems to be no absolute safeguard for
our executive arainst the bullets of
the assassin. For the third time
with'n a. brief span this thought
comes to us bv a fearful object lesson.
Every stringent precaution possible
by way of wise legislation should be
taken. Let it be proclaimed in ter:
that all can understand that, while
this is none the less the land cf Jaw,
we have no place for these, whose in
strumentalities are the bullet and the
dagger, whose aim is the assassination
of rulers aud the destruction of gov
(Di.-.patch From Albany.)
t or mer Senator Uavid. ts. Hill give
out an interview to the Times-Uoion,
in which he says: "Every good citi
zen laments tbe death of President
McKinley. Death by assassination is
always terrible, and the country is
today staggering under the severe
shock. The president deserved to
live. He was just entering upon a
career of usefulness greater than he
had ever known before. As an official
he wn distinguished as safe and con
servative, always ready to respect the
popular will. He was a model citi
zen in all his relations of life.
"He had shown his greatness and
patriotism in his recent announce
ireDt that under no circumstances
would bo tolerate the suggestion of a
third term for the presidency, thereby
loyally adhering to the best tradi
tions of the republic."
"Dsr Martyr Presidents."
Friday afternoca. Sept. 6, Pres
ident McKinley was shot down by
Leon Czolgosz. Before midnight of
that day the publishing firm of
George M. Hill company, Chicago
and New York, had a corps of men at
work preparing a book entitled ' Our
Martyr Presidents." One week later
canvassing outfits were in the hands
of thousands of agents, the book be
ing designed to be sold by subscrip
tion only. While, of course, the
murderous assault upon President
McKinley can only be viewed with
horror and regret, nevertheless, the
Sublishers of "Our Martyr Presi -ents"
afford a typical example of
modern enterprise. No doubt tbe
book will have a large sale, particu
larly in the country districts, where
the metropolitan paper is not a daily
"Our Martyr Presidents" embraces
biographies of Abraham Lincoln,
James A. Garfield and William Mc
Kinley, together with a complete his
tory of anarchy and the noted assas
sinations of a .century. The text is
by John Coulter, a well known jour
nalist of Chicago. The introduction
has been written by Senator Shelby
VI. Cullom, the life-long Intimate and
honored friend of Presidents Lincoln,
Garfield and McKinley
The Tolume will be illustrated withlAt n7 og "tore.
about one hundred fall page half
tones, besides numerous engravings
throughout the text. The complete
volume will be ready for delivery
within three weeks from the date of
the attack on President McKinley.
TIPS FOR TRAVELERS.
Very low rates to Buffalo, N. Y., and
return via the C, R. I. & P. railway.
Call at the city ofiice, 1813 Second
avenue for full information regarding
C, R. I. & P. railway passenger ser
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 less than
The Burlington route, C, 8. & Q.
railroad company, will have en sale
Sept. 3 and 17, home keekers' excur
sion tickets at one first-class fare,
plus t2. 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
for Puget Sound points, Colorado.
Pacific Coast and various other points.
SIO.SO to Buffalo and Ketarn Account of
at Buffalo Pan-American exposition,
vU Nickel Plate road. Good only in
coaches. Tickets on sale September
1 1th and 15th, good returning to and
including September 22nd. Three
through trains daily, leaving Chicago
forenoon, afternoon and night, bpec
ially low rates, with longer limits,
avauabie 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 lintfalo 1'aa-American od ISe
Via the Nickel Plato road, daily with
limit cf 15 days; 20-day tickets at $1G
aud SO-day tickets at $21 tor the
round trip. Through service to New
York and Boston and lowest available
rates. For particulars and Pan-Amer
ican folder cr buildings and grounds,
write JoLn Y. Calahan. general agent,
111 Adams street, Chicago.
llllnota Day at tt fMU-Amerlcaa Exposi
tion. The Nickel Plate road will sell
tickets for that occasion at a rate as
low as $10.50 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 limitsT availa
ble in Bleeping cars on same dates,
call on or address John Y. Calahan,
general agent, 111 Adams street, Chi
cago. llalfalo fiu-American
15 dav tickets for $13 via the Nickel
Tlate" road. 20 day tickets $16.
Lowest rates to all eastern point.
John Y. Calahan. general aeent. -Ill
Adams street, Chicago. City ticket
cilice 111 Adams street, Chicago.
Extenalon of Limit
on Buffalo Pan-American tickets via
Nickel Plate road. $13 for round
trip, tickets good 15 days;-$16 for
round trip, tickets good 20 'days.
Three daily trains with vestibuled
sleeping cars aud first-class dining
car service on American club plan.
Meals ranging in price from 35 cents
to $1. Address John Y. Calahan,
general agent, 111 Adams street,
Low Koond Trip ticardon Kate to San
September 19th to 27th inclusive.
the C, K. I. & P. Ry. will sell round
trip tickets to San Francisco at very
low rates, account meeting general
convention Kpiscopal church.
Return tickets good any time be
tween October 3rd and November
15th. Stop-over allowed at points in
Colorado, Wyoming. Texas. Montana
and Bri sh Columbia, or west of
there. '1 : rough first-class and tour
ist sleepic j cars from Sock Island to
For fu'J particulars call at city
effico. 181 i Second avenue, or tele
Mr. EJitor: Allow me to speak a
few words in favor of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. I suffered for three
years with the bronchitis and could
not tleep at nights. I tried several
doctors and various patent medicines,
but could'get nothing to give me any
relief nntil my wife got a bottle of
this valutble medicine, which has
completely relieved mo. W. S.
Brockman, Bagnell, Mo. This reme
dy is fcr sale by ail druggists.
Khenmatlam Cared In 34 Hoars.
T. J. Blackmore, of Haller & Black
more, Pittsburg, Pa., says: "A short
time since I procured a bottle of Mys
tic Cure. It got me out of the house
in 24 hours. I took to my bed with
rheumatism nine months ago and tbe
Mystic Cure is the only medicine that
did me any good. I had five of tbe
best physicians in the city, but I re
ceived very little relief from them.
I know the Mystic Cure to be what it
is represented and take pleasure in
recommending it to other poor suf
ferrers." Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501
Second avenue, Rock Island and Gus
Schlegel & Son, 220 West Second
B. W. Purcell, Kintersville, Pa.,
says he sneered 26 3 ears with piles
and could obtain no relief until De-
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve effected a
Bteber and Hartz
worthless, ts. 11.
Two million Americans suffer th&
torturing pangs of dyspepsia. Na
need to. Burdock Blood B. Iters cure.
fA Comer Second aatf Harrison
FREE FERRY TICKETS.
Good for Season 1901.
Our agent will be at th9 Davenport landing and will distribute cou-
pons which when presented at the Boston Store will entitle you to
tJ wo tree Ferry Aiciteis. voup-jns
9:30 to 11:30 a. m. and 2:00 to 5:00
New Dress Goods
m a. 1a,
4j imuiense lines 10 amec uum
Of tho most stylish kinds with the rich luster and superior finish
that go with first-class plain fabrics. Plain fabrics will be the style
this season. Paune Cheviots, Canvas Cloth, Prunellas, Satin Solice,
Pebble Cheviot, Zabalines, Vigoreaux, Foule Meltons, Beaver Cloth,
Broadcloth. Venetians, Invisible Plaid and Stripe Suitings, Poplins,
Cuptsl Cords. Etamines. Home Spuns, Pierola Cloth, Mohair, Dam
ask, Kcreey, Whip Ccrds, etc., etc.
4 All the styiisn ciotus ior waists
CI. . i; ..1: nnnl u;f
25 colorirgs in plain trench Flannel9 for 35c
The best grade figured French Flannels in two and three toned
colorings, regular pn-e itij, ov
When in need of a pair of Shoes, try a pair of the Julia Marlowe
7 Flastic Instep Shoos.
With a $2.50 purchase we give
Free Embroidery Clas-es Tuesdays and Fridays Mrs. Laslie,
8 EC-ATSXD &c
are here and the new ideas in decorating.
Sweil productions in Buckrams, Stripes, Ta
pestries, Florals, Crepes, Orientals, etc. We
will be pleased to show you how artistically
and prettily your rooms can be papered. In
the cheap Wall Papers we have a specially
rood line on sale all the week at
Only 5 Cents a Roll.
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO.
II. W. WARD, Manager.
310,312, 314 Twentieth Street, Rock Island, 111.
LOST AND FOUND.
JOST AN OVERCOAT, BETWEEN PROS
J pect Park and school bouse No. t Kinder
return to Laiila's livery on Fourth avenue and
Seventeenth street and receive reward.
Notice of Publication Chancery.
State of Illinoia, 1
Rock Island County. 1 ra
In tbe Circuit court of xald County, to the
September term. A. D 1401. In chancery.
Ell Ooerg vs. Martin Obeig.
Affidavit of the unknown residence of
the ea'd Martlo Oberg, defendaact above
named, having been Hied In the clerk's offlce
of the circuit court of the said county,
notice U hereby given to the said
Martin Oberg, defendant as aforesaid, that tbe
complainant tiled her bill of complaint in
said court, on the chaneery side there
of, on the Sth day of March. A.
D., 1801, and that thereupon a summons
Issued out of said court wherein said suit
Is now pending, returnable to the fall court In
the city of Hock Island, county aforesaid, on
the 6th dav of May, A. D. liWl, which was the
Lrst day of tbe May term. A. D !i01- of said
court, as Is by law required, and that said
cause has been continued to the September
term of said court, to be bolden in the city of
Kock Island, county aforesaid. o. the third
Monday of September. A. D. 1901.
Now, unle;-s you, the said Martin Oberg,
unknown resident defendant shall personally
be and appear before the said circuit
court, on the first day of the next
September term thereof, holdcn at Kock Is
land, in and for said county, on the third Mon
day of September next, and plead, answer or
demur to the said complainact's bill of
complaint, the same and the matters and
things therein charged and stated, will be
taken &s confessed and a decree entered
aga nat you according to the prayer of said
bid Gc)KiK W. GAMBLE. Uiroult Clerk
McEN I8T Si McisiRY, Complainant's Solid-
Kock Island, 111., March 27, 1801
I Eugene Scott.
U Mental Scientist
and Magnetic Healer.
Correct Information on any sub
ject. SiO Gaines street, Daven
rort. Iowa, two blocka from
terminus of Bridge Line.
Don't Be Fooled
Take the cecnia. irtjtia?
OCKY MOUNTAIN TEft
Made enly by Madlaoa M4J
cine Co.. Madiaoo, Wia. It,
keeps yoa well. Oar trtffs
mark cut "n aacfa poefcee
Price, AS cents. Otsrtr
n bulk. Ari
T II. Tbomif 1 Kit zont.
Streets, Davenport, Iqwm.
win ue aistriDUtca eacn day irom
for Fall and Winter.
rn. a . . . w-
at jjuc, 40c, t a jaru at mo .Boston
m piain or siripa.
rutk. (a. ---
aijrica tu uuuusu uuui, jr&ru. c
free a life s;ze bust portrait.
TXT ANTED HUSTLING AGENTS TO
v sell a rapid-scil'xg artlcie. Ci before
8:30 a. m. or after 6 p. m. at 2713 Fifth avenue .
TTT ANTED RODM AND BOARD IN FIRST
? V class family where there are no other
boarders bv professional man and wife. Ad'
dress "II 31" Argus.
WANTED AN ESTABLISHED WHOLE -sale
house, recently incorporated, ex
tending business, desires to engage competent
manager for branch house. talry tiOO per
month, expenses ana commission, must in
vest 11.000 in capital stock of company, on
which dividend of 6 per cent will be guaran
teed, and furnish satisfactory referencer.
Address, Secretary, box 440. Kansas City, Mo-
TO EXCHANGE PROPERTY.
TO EXCHANGE RE L ESTATE F1VE
room cottage in excellent location for
renting to exchange for good residence lota.
Addrett O. V. a., ahgus.
WANTED TO EXCHANGE 160 ACRES
unimproved land in central Kansas
for building lots, cottage or house. For fur
ther Information inquire of W. S. McKcc.
BUSINESS OPPOItr UNITY.
ANTED RELI ABLE LADT OR GEN-
lleman as general office airent foreithi?r
Davenport, Rock Island or Moline Small
capital required for necessary stock of goods
lrohts will exceed UM mo.thly. Address
I'rotliable.' cire Leader vfllce, Davenport,
"R ALLEV WILL TEACH YOU THE
AJ art of palmis'.ry ami furnish the best
books n tbe art to help your studies for
15.50, this week onlr. A complete reading Co
cents, at 1'6T Second avenue.
DENTON, PALMIST, 121 WEST
St. uavenport. Givej advice on
business, love, marriage, sickness and health.
Also gives the best time fur lawsuits, business
ventures, etc Hours. 10 to noon; 2 to 5, and
7:30 toip m.
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUN1
on any kind of security Alto cbolo
property for sale and rent. W. L. Ooyne
tQ Seventeenth street, up stairs.
WANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
moads, watches, jewelry, hardware
musical Instruments, bicycles, clothing, drj
good, furniture, etc Highest cash price
paid for second hand goods of all k'nda also
The above goods for sale at oalf the usua
tore price. All business transactions strlcUi
confidential. Ills now number and location,
1623 Seoond avenue Don't forgot It. i. W.
Joaea. Two ringi on 1S17.
57 Pair of Samples in Child's and Misses, made up for a Job
bing house, in extra quality Kid Laather, very best rock oak
soles, sizes 7 to 9, 10 and 13, would be cheap at $1.50,
For This Week 98c.
OPPOSITE HARPER HOUSE.
FOR RENT ROOM3.
TOR RENT FCRXISHED ROOM OVER
1 Maucker & Tonn's grocery.
FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS WITH
excellent table board at 701 Seventeenth
FOR RENT ONE FURNISHED FRONT
room with heat and bath at, 1611W Second
TTIOR RENT A FURNISHED ROOM SUITA
ble for two persons. Call at 16(81 Seoond
venue; ceoond floor.
FOU RENT A FURNISHED ROOM FOR A
i.rntlPTiiiin. Modern conveniences. 738
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS WITH
tabie board and all modern conveniences
at 1-JJ teeond avenue.
FOR RENT FOUR UNFURNISHED AND
some furrished rooms at a-li Twentieth
street, on street car line.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
liant housekeeping one b ock from court
house. Address "M. 2il," a uens.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
lij;ht housekeeping, suitable for two. with
modern conveniences at Z30 Thirteenth street.
TiUJR KENT TWO FURNISHED FRONT
Jj rooms, steam heat and bath. All modern
conveniences; three blocks from postoSce.
T7HJR RENT TWO LARGE FURNISHED
AJ front rooms with all latest modern con
veniences. Meis if desired Easy walking
distance to business center. 1000 Seventeenth
FOR RENT-NICE LARGE FRONT ROOM,
furnihed: suitable for two gentlemen.
Mrdern conveniences, including furnace, tele
phone.faath and fras. Fasy walking distance
from business district: M Fifteenth street.
FOR KENT HOUSES
FOR RENT A STORE AT HJi SECOND
IOR RENT HOUSES TO RENT. HULL &
FOR RENT AN S ROOM HOUSE. 2S15
Fifth-and-a-half avenue. Inquire -at 2ti32
FOR RITNT HOUSE. EIGHT ROOMS. GAS,
porcelain btb. lurnace. strictly modern.
10U Twenty-tirt street.
1HOR RENT S?1W 6-ROOM COTTAGE
' lltt Tenth avenue. Rent ll. House open
tor Inspection. Inqui.e at 1018 Twelfth street.
T7TOR RENT SECOND FLOOR, CONSIST-
X? inff of three nice rooms, water upstairs.
Rent f7. Apply near it. at HK Third avenue.
T-V1R RFVT-PI-RN'ISHED HOUSE OF
Jj nine rooms with bath and all modern
conveniences. Win rent to lamuy wiiuou,
am!l children. For particulars apply at '.O;
I .TOR RENT FLATS. FIVE ROOMS. HATH
? it.n. 13 nnd S 5 ner month, cn 'ihirij'
first street and Fifth avenue. For particulars
call on A. J. Koester. In building, reiepnone
5isl Green, or telephone CA), Davenport.
FOB SALE PROPERTY.
ITIOR SALE HULI& HEMENWAY HAVE
. two snaps on hand it taken soon.
T.-'OI? KALE A LAUNDRY AT A GREAT
A? bargain if taken at once. Hull & Hcmen-
way, Mitchell & Lynde buildicg.
rrOR SALE AN ROOM HOUSE, HOT
and M vulpr iuid in food rCDUlr.
vis Twentieth street. Price reasonable. In
quire at 1107 Twenty lirst street.
TTIOR SALE A DESIRABLE RESIDENCE
X? built last year on Twelfth street, above
Fourteenth avenue. Seven roons. good well
and cistern, paved street. Lot aOxllo. Gold
TTIOR SALE CHOICE BARGAINS IN
I" nmnprtv for sale in all carts of the city:
houses rented; rents collected; money to loan
In anv amount on real estate security, fire
inuurannn written in oldest and most reliable
companies. Telephone 4o73, Goldsmith & Me-
Kee, over People's National bank.
TJIOR SALE LOTS IN McENTRY'S AD
Sj ditlon by E. J. Burns, room 12, MltcheU &
t.nd buUdlnv. These lots are on toixtn ave.
cue. between Twenty-eighth arid Thirtieth
streets. Convenient to Fifth avenuo or Kim
ttreet treoi car lines. Terms to suit pur
ooaner. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR S ALE A GOOD
buggy cheap. Call
at 07 Eleventh
FOR S A LE CHEAP, A OOl) UUUIv
stove and dining table at 101S Twclfih
TAOXt SALE A NEW BARN FOR SALE
V cheap If taken at once. Inquire at
ITIOR SALE A PHAETON IN GOOD CON-
dition; io. Cal- between 5 and 7 p. m. at
10 JO Lights avenue, city.
FOR SALE A PONY AND CART BY C.
D. Uosenlield. Nineteenth street and
FOR SALE A BARGAIN. FAMILY
horse, surrey, rubber tire, harness. In
quire Cralle's livery stable.
fjXJR SALE A CHOICE 10-ACRK FRTTTT
X? farm for sale in South Rook Island. Fine
ly Improved. See Keldy Bros.
TTIOR SALE HOTEL, RESTAURANT,
li lM.nl. and it iw 1n - a t hlicinu
Eistman & Co., 1714 . -4 Second avenue. .
FOR SALE A PONY WEIGHING ABOUT
600 pounds: alio the barcess and buggy in
good condition. Inquire at 4-1 Eighth street.
TJIOR SALE A FIRST-CLASS SECOND
X? hand house heating boiler, self-feeding.
Can be used for steam or hot water heat. A
bargain to parties having use for it. Allen,
Myers & Co.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
ANTED AN ACCOMPLISHED COOK.
Vjooa a ages at hj urn street.
WANTED A GOOD COOK AT lOISTWEN
tleta street Mrs. C. HelpentelL
WANTED DINING RUM GIRT. AT
Union restaurant, Seventeenta
ANTED A COMPETENT GIRL FOR
general ujusewor al m -i weniielb.
WANTED A GIRL FOS GENERAL
housework. Inquire at -'17 Eighteenth
WANTED A GOOD CAPABLE GIRT,
for second work. Apply to Mrs. 1'bil
Mitchell, 720 Twentieth street.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL WORK.
References required. German pre f e rred.
Call mornings, 4-01 Sixth avenue
WANTED LA DIES OF REFI VEMENT TO
visit residences Nothing to st:ll. Good
compensation. Address "Liberal,'' care
Lcaaercmce, uavenport, Iowa.
WANTED MALE HELP.
WAX. -23 THREE GOOD HELL IiJYS
at ue Harper laoue.
ANTED A BROOM.MAKF.R AT SI ER-
nog urooin worns, oteiling, ill.
WANTED A GOOD COLLECTOR. AP
ply at Singer Manufacturing company,
1519 Second avenue.
ANTED STARK NUR5ERV PAYS
cash weekly if you sell Stark t.ees.
Louisiana, Mo ; Dansvule, X. Y.
CHANTED CARRIAGE TRIMMERS.
v Good wages. Stead v work. Apply
room 18, Hotel Sommers, Moline.
WANTED EIGHT CORE MAKERS,
live core maker s apprentices at once.
Write for particulars, Moliae i-low c jmpany.
WANTED BRIGHT, INTELLIGENT
youegmen as canvassers. Must write
pood hand. Address in own hand writing,
"S," care this office.
WANTED A MAN UNDERSTANDING
bailer, ermine and pipe work. Lewis
Roofing cospany. Twenty-fourth street and
Fifth avenue, Kock Island.
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED TO RENT A HOUSE OF SLY
en or eight rooms between Seventeeuib
and Nineteenth streets. Address "J ," Tub
WANTED-TWO OR THREE CNFL" Fi
nished rooms for light housekeeping l,v
family of three. Address "Wilson," care
WANTED TO RENT A HOUSE OF SEV
ec or eight rooms between Seventeenth
and Twenty-fifth streets and Fifth and Fourth
avenues. Address "O." Ana vs.
VJT ANTED TO RENT iRiOM BOUSF,
or part of one. convenient, with'n
elht mi-jutes' walk f the Harper house.
State price. Acdress "Cottage." this office.
OR GOOD R'OM AND BOARD AD-
dress "S .7" Argus ofiice.
iJEE WILLIAMSOS FOR STORAGE.
O Money loaned on household gooda; 1515
LH. MASON & CO., 71 BO VRD OF TRADE.
Chicago, predictd i0 cent corn Sep
tember corn sold Aug 1-' at CI Write thsru
XT ANTED GOOD.RELIABLE OILS ALES-
T man, oc commission or salary .cdrofig
Quaker Oil and Implement company, Cleve
LADIES' SHAMPOO PARLORS AT 18-7
Fourth avenue. Switches made. Hair
tonic and harmless preparations far keeping
the h Air In curl are ai vra s on sale.
I" IVES OF MARTYRED PRESIDENTS.
J their assEsinatots and history of anarch
ism: 600 pages for 1 SO Outtit free: Wiper
cent commission Credit and freight given.
MoBrady, Star building, Chicago.
AGENTS WANTED LIFE OF McKIN--iV
ley, oOO-page large book, handsomely
Illustrated. Outtit free: now ready; 75 per cent
discount to agenqs. F eight paid: credit
given. Hetry Weil, Dearborn street, Chi
J P. WILLIAMSON BUYS. SELLS, AND
exchanges all kinds of second hand goods,
wt!l pay more than any other dealer and snils
cheaper. . A 11 kinds of stove repairing zrd
eleanteg done aino. J. P. Williamson, irlo
Second avenue. Telephone number 4S81.
RAGS. RUBBERS, ETC. SEND POSTA L
card or leave word at 220S Kojrtn ave.-
cue, or Fortieth street ar.s tirth vem:,
If you have any rags, rubber, etc., to sell.
I will come to vour house and pay you from
B0 to 75 per hundred for rags, acd rubbers from
3 to 5o a pound. All calls wUl receive prompt
attention, ti. jr. juugger.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY, SELL, TRADB
or rent any thing, engage help orseoure a
situation, the Mali Is the one paper In Molico
that can do It for you. Mail wants are popu
lar acd Mall wants bring results. One-half cent
per word la the pnee to au ause, casn in ra
vance. 8-cent stamps will Co. vscics sn
Sunday Mall. Holme, 111.
DO YOU WANT AGENTS? MANY
years' experience places us in a position
to give yju valuable information along lines
tnat will assj.-e you suncess. Ask for free
letters o information and bulletin of daily pa
pers that pay. We also start responsible par
ties In tbe mail order and agencv supply bus
iness. Lord & Carver. Racine, Wis.
EXCLUSIVE TERRITORY ON THE ME
inorial Life cf Prt-sidtnt McKinley by
nie of his most distinguished friends, Col. A.
K McClurc. biographer of Abraham Lincoln.
Over 6Ci cages, inagtiiicently' illustnt'cd: price
$1.50 Big money for agents 10 to l.'S per day
made easily. Opportunity of a li e tla e.
Highest commission: freight pa d, credit given.
Send for outfit today. State territory you
wan exclusively. Territory asMgned and out
lit mailed free on receipt of 10 cents to pay
postage. Address office nearest you. Tbe
JonuO. Wins' on company, Chicago, 111, or