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THE AH&XTS, TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 21, 1901.
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IX TBS AKI OV i. W. FOTTIB
TERM 3 Dally. 10 oenu per iMt Wkly,
1 00 per annum in tdvuta.
All eomnmnleatlons of polities! or arrnmen
latlve character, political or religious, must
bare real name attached for publication. No
such arUale-wlll be printed ever flotiuous m
aturea Correspondence soUelted tram every tows
ehlp In Rook Inland county.
Ti'esdat, September 24.
I am still a yoang man," said
Russell Sage the "other day, "for a
man Is young just as long as be takes
an active interest in his own life and
the life of the wcrld at large."
Lvgi Carkexo, a well known Ro
man journalist, recently got employ
ment as a day laborer in the Vatican
garden in order to get material for an
article on the daily life of the pope.
JosEi-n L. Ray, the confidential
clerk of Charles M. Schwab, is a ne
gro, a native of Charlottesville, Va.,
and a graduate of Howard university,
Washington. He is 36 vears old.
Ret. II. J. Katzmiller, pastor of
the United Brethren church at Quincy,
Pa., has given his farm of 160 acres
to the church to be used as the site
for an orphanage for children of the
The Cork County Eagle and Mun
ster Advertiser, adopted the old fash
ioned and always appropriate custom,
where the subject is worthy, of
turning its column rules, in respect
to Prebident McKinley at the. time
of his assassination.
A Paris newspaper says that Prof.
Haeckel, the German scientist, and
professor at Jena university, while
traveling in Java recently in search
of the missing link, discovered strik
ing evidence that monkeys are de
scended from man and not man from
monkeys. Prof. Haeckel, according
to the paper, says that children when
lost in the forest adopt monkey hab
its. TnE West Shore line of the New
York Central Las about completed
plans for the construction at Wee
hawken, N. J., of the largest grain
elevator in the world. The elevator
will have a capacity of 4.000.000 bush
els, or 1,000,000 bushels more than
any other elevator in the world. At
the same time its construction will
mark a new era in the handling of
grain at the seaboard in transit for
Europe. Whole trainloade of grain
will be swiftly unloaded by machin
ery, weighed, and then at once re
loaded into a steamer. Nearly $2,
000,000 will be spent on the elevator
and about f 200.000 iu the construc
tion of adjoining freight sheds.
BUERS STILL, ACTIVE.
The Boers have won another vic
tory, the fifth within two weeks. A
command rushed the camp of a party
of Lovatt'c scouts, the British equiv
alent ef Roosevelt's rough riders, and
routed them with heavy loss. Among
the British killed are a lieutenant
colonel and a captain. Gen. Lord
Kitchener should be satisfied by this
time that wars are not to be ended
by proclamations. In this pronun
ciamento, it will be recalled, he set
Sept. 15 as the day for the closing of
hostilities, and announced that all
Boers thereafter caught in arms
would be treated as guerrillas or out
laws and transported for life. It was
expected that the proclamation would
so frighten the brave Dutch that in
sheer terror and despair they would
hasten to surrender. Not only did
the heroic republican soldiers refuse
to do so; since the 15th
inst., when by the terms of the
proclamation thev became outlaws
they have won three distinct victo
ries. On the 17th inst., at Scheeper's
Nek, in the Transvaal, a body of Boers
ambushed three companies of mounted
British infantry. with three guns, com
manded by Msj. Gough, killed two
officers and 14 men, wounded five
officers, and 25 men, and captured five
officers and 150 privates. On the
same day, in order to break through
a cordon. Commandant Smuts rushed
a squadron of the Seventeenth Lancers
at Eland's River Poort, killing three
officers and 20 men. On the 10th
inst. a command of Boers captured a
under GERMAN LAWS,
is Excellent for
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Faceache, Rheumatism, etc.
OR. RICHTER'S Werld-eenewocd
None ggmrine without Trade art "Angrier.
One well-known person's letter out of nny
j KewYorKAua !
PAIN EXPELLER'is good
for Tootheehe.SwoJ I e n
end inflamed Gumvond
lie end 50c et all drarztsts or tnronzn
Y. Ad. Klckter A Co, t IS Pearl 8L, Kew lark J
36 HIGHEST nLmRDS.
company of United infantry and two
pans at Viskfontein. Moreover, the
Dutch are rising in various . parts of
Cape Colony in which they have here
tofore been quiet, and a number of
British troops have been sent to pre
vent the reinvasion of Natal by 1,500
Boers under Gen. Louis Botha. The
war has been more active since the
15th inst. than before. Instead of
intimidating the Boers the proclama
tion has inspired them to greater
The war in South Africa, so far as
the Boers are concerned, is no more
irregular now than at any time since
it began. There are fewer republican
troops, it is true, but the troops are
commanded by officers, the officers
are led by generals, and all are duly
commissioned. The Boers observe
the strictest rules of civilized warfare,
and if the fight on their part is ir
regular, no war between a weak and
a powerful nation ever was regular.
If for the reason that they are com
paratively few in number the Dutch
soldiers are guerrilla, the troops un
der Washington at Valley Forge were
guerrillas. It remains to ba seen
whether Gen. Kitchener will now
treat captured Boers according to his
proclamation. If so he will violate
the canons of. war and of humanity
and invite retaliation.
THE SUCCESSION TO ROOSEVELT.
The pi evidential succession is al
ways such a subject of vital import
ance that people may be excused for
keeping it in mind. After Rossevelt,
who? The New York Herald draw9
attention to the condition of the
The secretary of state has now as
sumed and until March 4. 1905. will
hold an importance rarely attached
to a member of the cabinet. He is
the designated successor of the presi
dent in case of the death, removal,
resignation or inability of that official
before the expiration of his term.
This is by virtue of the statute en
asted by congress after the untimely
death of President Garfield. Tae
effect of that unexpected event was to
leave but one life between the nation
with a head and the nation without a
head. When Vice President Arthur
became president there was until con
gress met, more than two months
later, no constitutional successor to
take his place in case of necessity.
By the then existing law the succes
sion was vested after the vice presi
dent first, in the president of the sen
ate pro tun., and second, in the
speaker of the house. But it so hap
pened that in the national emergency
neither of these officers was in exist
ence, and until the omission was rem
edied by the meeting of congress and
the election of both officers there was
ne one to succeed to the presidency
in case of vacancy.
This warning, emphasized by other
objections to the law as it then stood,
moved congress to the enactment of
the statute now in force vesting the
succession in the members of the cab
inet, beginning with the secretary of
state, in the event of the vice presl
dent becoming president an event
wnlcn Has now occurred lor the nrst
time since the act was passed.
THE BUFORD MANSION
TO BE REMODELED
Plans are being prepared for the re
modeling of the Buford mansion,
which stands on Seventh avenue at
Eighteenth street. The chi
not affect the exterior of the building.
but the interior will be considerably
altered. The outside will of course
be painted and the grounds about it
improved. The work is to be done
under the direction of Miss Charlotte
Buford, who is in the city. . The fain
ily intend taking up their residence
in the old homestead when the im
provements upon it are complete.
In the Circuit Court.
The first of the arguments iu the
injunction case brought by W. A.
-Jones, editor of the Moline Mail,
against T. I. Stanley, editor of the
Moline Journal, to prevent the latter
from issuing bis paper in that city in
accordance with an alleged contract,
was heard in the circuit court this
morning and the case was then laid
over till tomorrow. The taking of
testimony in tha Cass damage case
against the lri-City Railway company
was then teun.
The Rock Island Naval Reserves are
drilling hard in preparation for their
exhibition of work with the cutlass
they will give before the Iowa state
encampment of the U. V. U. next
Thursaay at Maquoketa. There will
be squads of 16 men from both Rock
Island and Moline, the latter roing to
give an exhibition drill with the gat-
tling gun. Lie at. labbs is drilling
the boys from this city and they are
becoming very proticient.
George W. Lane, Pewamo, Mich.,
writes: "Your Koiol Dyspepsia Cur
is the best remedy for indigestion and
stomach trouble that I ever used
For years I Buffered from dyspepsia,
at times compelling me to stay in bed
and causing me untold agony. I am
completely cured by Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure. la recommending it to friends
who suffer from indigestion I always
offer to pay for it if it fails. Thus far
I have never paid." B. II. Bieber and
llartz & Ullemeyer.
It's folly to suffer from that horri
ble plague of the night, itching piles.
Doan's Ointment cures, quickly and
permanently. At any drug store, 50
Bishop Sterlingworth looks as if he
had loved and lost, doesn't he?
. Barker Yes. and didn't get tola pres-
enU iack. Smart Set, .
George W. DIcM'nson. of Worcester.
Maw., has been e3Cted auajor general
of the Loynl Legion. O. II. A. M.
Prlnoe Tsohim. LVad of the Chinese
e:iplatory mIKion, will lwive Germany
Captain Cr inolaTV-, of Chicago, Jinn
l.oti diosen jreneralS manager of the
Great 1 Jike 'Jamvjng rtmpaxiy.
The Germao cowl syndicate has se
cured oiie-fourtU of the coal contracts
for the ixanlsln railway against the
tender of Britinn rainownwf.
V special i.siie of BtaJmps commend
atory of the life of the lane llesddent
.McKinley 1 under couteiophitlon.
Seretary Gare will leawe Washing
ton on ThuTMlay for Cohjrndo, where
he Will pU8Shitf vucatioo.
The SiMitfU'rn ruilway will remove
its liiachii? shops from Memphis,
Tenn.. to SlrtHeld, Ala.
Hod mill Xo. 1, Illinois Sfcel com
pany, at Jolieta has retimed operations,
Kiri'115 employment to several liundred
Fraud Erne vas knocked out In the
ninth round lasft niht by Rube Ferns
at Fort Erie. X. Y.
City Marshal Gerge C. Welsh, of
St. iiary'n. Kan.. tai shot and per
haps fatally wounded! by Edinond Will
lams, whom hefliad jarrested for a triv
President Rousevelfc haf appointed
Joseph J. I-aiiRer. of Nebraska, to be
eensul of the United States at Solin
Engineer WelKter Bollinger was
killed and twenty-two trainmen, more
or les severely hurt by a runaway
freight train 011 the Colorado and
Tliuca Pralwa Funs ton.
London. Sept. 24. The Times, re
ferriujr editorially to Ieneral Funston's
recently publls.iiriH account of the cap
ture of A.miinaldo. ays: "It no ex
nggeration to wiy that the capture
practically terminated the Iliilipplne
war. General Fiiiuton deserves as
much cnmniciidactiou for the ingenuity
of hi tlvJec .-sfor the pluck and de
lenuiiwjtion that carried it Into effect.
The whole devil4 was rimrtrtlesH justi
fied by the laivs of war."
Kmlnent Moientlat I'aaaea A war.
St. T.oni. Mo.. Sept. 24. Pr. Abrnm
Li'ron. cm-lneiat scleutist nnd p'Ioner
chemist In St. Louis, who for fifty
tts titled he chair of chemistry, both
i Washington university and the St
I.ouis MedV-ul erillepe. .died at his home
In this city Suniltiy of ecnifcity. aced S7
years. It is cfci lined by hi friends
that durlnir his long term as an edu
cator lie taught a greater number of
students ihnmacny eoiiteuiiKrary.
Hoy Handle m Loaded Gnn.
Mnrslifield. Wis.. Sept. 24. While
handling a lo.it led shotgun Sunday the
r-vear-old son f John Adler accident
ally discharged the weapon, the lead
hitting his ll-yienr-old sifter, who was
sUiinling near. The shot entered the
child's head nnU nH-k. terribly lining
ling the face and practically tearing
the head from 1he ahoulderv. 1 he
p:'rems are ne.-u-ly crazed with grief.
Waterworks Itoiler lllowi I'p.
Willmar. Mini.. Sept. 24. One of the
toilers in the city waterworks and
elect r;e light phtnt exploded at 2:10 a.
in. Sunday from a cause unknown
The Ituildings was totally wrecked and
the dynamo and a ppl unices luiried un
dor ihe debris. Niglit Engineer Xels
Rredeson was -thrown Into the engine
pit. escaping with slight wounds on his
Offered a Porto Rico FoiC
Copper Falls Mine, Mich.. Sept. 24.
Professor Harry I. Gandy. who is
superintendent of the schools here, lias
been offered an apointinent as special
teacher of English in the schools of
Porto Ilico. lTofessor Gsmdy is from
Angola. -Iiid.. and is n graduate of tin
"ri-State Normal college of that place
!! has not yet decitlcd whether he
will accept the appointment.
Scores on the Ball Field.
Chicago. Sept. 24. Following are
T.vietfn KcnroM nt Iihkc ball vesterd.iv:
At St. Louis Boston .1. St. lxuiis 9; at
Cincinnati Brooklyn 2.". Cincinnati 6;
at Pittsburg New York 4, il'ttsburg
r ten innings; at viiicngo 1 -miauei-phia
3. Chicago 1.
Amtrlcnn Iiiriie? At Ttoston De
troit .". Boston 4; (second game) letroit
!. lloston 2; at vtasningron Cleve
land U. Washington 3: (second game)
Cleveland 7. Washington 3; at Balti
more Milwaukee 4. aBltimore tsec
oud game) Milwaukee 4. Baltimore 5;
at Philadelphia Chicago 3, Philadel
Young Gotham Woman Mlsetng-.
Xew York. Sept. 24. The police of
this citv have tent out a general alarm
for Mjiss Helen Rloodgood. IS years of
age. daughter of William Rloodgood,
treasurer of the American eit com
pany. Miss Rloodgood has. been miss
ing "since the morning of Sept. 19.
Blaa and Wife Murdered.
England. Ark., Sept. 24. Henry E
Xewell and bis wife were murdered
rive miles southwest of here Saturday.
A child who escaped says the crime
was committed by a white man and
Fire Destroya Sixteen BaUdlngs.
Madison. Minn., Sept. 24. Fire
which broke out in the Merchant's ho.
tel Sunday destroyed the town hall and
fifteen business buildings, entailing a
loss esumareu a-t ?.w.ikhi.
The Marrlace Care.
One remedy against indigestion Is
matrimony. At least The Lancet tells
us that It is the celibate young barris
ter, the lonely curate in lodgings, the
struggling bachelor journalist or busi
ness man or clerk who suffers most
from premature dyspepsia because he
eats alone. He generally reads during
his meals, which Is bad. or he reads
directly he has bolted his food, which
is likewise bad. Obviously, therefore,
matrimony is a bar to indigestion.
Dealer Here, madam, is a horse I
can recommend sound, kind
Old Lady Oh, I don't want that sort
of a horse. He holds his bead high.
Old Lady I like a horse that holds
his nose close to the ground, mo be can
see where he'-gome. Xew:' York
Corner Second and Harrison Streets, Davenport, Iowa.
FREE FERRY TICKETS.
Good for Season 1901.
1 Oar ftgont will be at the Davenport
saw T nnni wkith vhaii nrAflArtrAil .r T.tiA
f Y? T7 TtnWata i.iMa
J n.orh a. . ort o.nn A r .rr
J LU 11 jU & IU. RUU .VU bVJ JiAJ
I Fall Millinery
4 The public is cordially invited to
41 ui fan auu Hiubci munucij
trimmers, have engaged the Fervices or
bV lTrakYet k n o t A m India awxAViAnAa
V ments, and we are extremely fortunate in securing her services.
C Without doubt we will excel all previous millinerv displays and pass T
J . A
n. II ar wm.m lb- ill. na mk a . ar v a. ll ui
Madame Heald has the rare knack of making artistic and bee 3m- 0
Idet hats at eurprisinely low piiccs. J
Grabbers Mandolin Orchestra will
are here and the new ideas in decorating.
Swell 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
good line on sale all the week at
Only 5 Cents a Roll.
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO.
II. VV. WARD, Manager.
310,312, 314 Twentieth Street, Rock Island, 111.
im 1 mil mx. ma Jnoyii.'
MONEY TO LOAN.
TOEY TO LOArt IN ANT AMOUNT,
JLL on any kind of security Also choice
property for fftlo and rent. W. L. Ciyoe,
t30 Seventeenth atreei, up stairs.
rtTANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
VV monda, watches, jewelry, hardware,
moalaal Inatrumenta, bicycles, clothlnjr, dry
ooda, furniture, eto. HiKbest cash price
paid for second hand goods of all kinds also
roe above Roods for sale at oalf the usual
itore prices. A U business transactions strictly
sonfldeotlal. His new number and location,
ie23 Second arenue Don't forget it. J. W.
lonaa. Two rlncaon 18.7
WANTED REXJ ABLE L.KDT OR GE:
Ueman a-s Keneral office avent foreithrr
Davenport, Kock Island or Moline Small
cupltal required for necensary stock of poods
t'rotita win exceed lloO mo t lily. AOdrc-s
"Prontable. tre Lader cfllsc Datenport,
Is Living- A calnat His WIIL
ChioflRo, Sopt. 24. Gforp D.
Matthews, of La Granjro. followed his
wif nloiit town all afternoon and a
part of tlip evening Sunday, it is al-lom-l.
in an effort ,to efTot-t "a rocon
filiation, only to Iopc si?!it of lior in
tli crowd nt Blue Island avenue and
Polk streets. Then lie wont into a sa
loon and drunk carlolio acid with
whisky, rhysicians at the County
hospital saved his life and he was de
tained at the Maxwell street police
RUGS MADE TO ORDER
Formerly connected with the
Union Mission. IIa em
btkcd in busings" for hitu-
. soil al 2117 Fourth Avo.
. Orders prompt jr rilled and
delivered. Work guaranteed.
t.l M.B ..a . '
, .Vft.IV" iiipi.-il. fc..
lauding aud will distribute cou- $
inalnn KIapa will nn i a arii fn
n! 1 1 UA 1 V J m
U. IU. L-V-
Friday and Saturday.
be present and inspect our showing
ut-siucg uui uiu uuipa ui VAWCllcutcu
in ( (i a frvro nr rtot ni lli r m tt aato kliak. A
furnish music for the occasion.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
UIOR SALE A NEW BARN FOR SALK
X! cheap If taken at once. Inquire at &i8
TTIOR SALE TWO HEATING STOVK5
JL and other ruruituro. Apply 613 Twenty
trOK SALE-X" KIMBALL OR3AN. PAR
lor set and some other furniture at. Had
Fourth avenue. .
TTIOK SALK A TONY AND CART II Y C.
X D. Kosentleld, Nineteenth street and
TTIOR SALE A CHOIOB I0-ACRK FRTTT
X? farm for sale In South Rook Island. Fine
ly Improved. Bee Rcldy liros.
FOR SALE HOTEL, RESTAURANT,
laundry and other lin-s of business.
Etstman & Co., lTlli second avenue.
T7KJR SALE A FIRST-CLASS SECOND
A? band bouse henilnir boiler, self-feedlnK-Can
be used for stearu or hot water heat. A
bargain to parties navicg use for It- Allen,
Myers & Co.
FOR KALE CHEAP, TWO WOODEN
beds, one oak. one walnu': two woven
wire serines, one Kink, one clipboard and 30
vards itood rag carpet. Imjulru at 34 Thirty
FOR SALE FAMILY SURREY. MARK.
years old. bay color, weight 1.2C0 poutds
and absolutely sent le 1'rlce Inquire or
C. N. Danielson. driver of sprinklint; wagoa, of
at ITU Ttlrd avenue.
Estate of June N. Weatberbead, deceased.
The undersigned having oeen at pointod ad
mlnlstrator of tht estate of JaneN. Weaiber
head, late of the county of Rock Island, state
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that
he will appear before the county court of
Rock Island county, at the county court room.
In the eltyof Rock Island at the Nov. mberterm.
on the flrst Monday In November next, at whicl
time all persons having- claims against said
estate are notified and requested to attend, fo:
the purpose of having the same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
DateA this !tn day of September. A. D 19fll
D. A. Wkaxukrbkau, Administrator.
and Magnetic Healer.
Correct In format Ion on anyaub
. Ject. "JO tiu-iovu street, Daven
port, low a, two blocks from
terminus of Bridge Line. -
O ID ZDS -A.TTID 35 1ST
SALE OF SHOES.
We have culled out all odd pairs and discontinued lines in
ladies' black and tan shoes and placed them on oar bargai
tables in two lots.
Lot 1 Ladies1 black and tan shoes, sizes 4 to 8, formerly sold
at from $2.00 to $2.50, your choice $1.00
Lot 2 Ladies1 black and tan in McKay Welt and turns, formerly
sold at from $2.75 to $3.50, yoar cholca as 1,50
OPPOSITE HARPER HOUSE.
FOS RENT ROOMS.
R RENT FOUR ROOMS. WATER AND
sewer. Inquire 53G Twelfth street
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOM AT 1301
Fourth avenue. Heat, gas and batb.
FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS WITH
excellent table boatd at 701 Seventeenth
TjTOR RENT A FURNISHED ROOM SUIT A
X" ble for two persons. Call at 1808 Second
avenue; second floor.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS WITa
tabie board and all modern conveniences
at l'-y second avenue.
FOR RENT FOUR UNFURNISHED AND
some furnished rooms at 54i Twentieth
street, on street car line.
FOR RENT A LARGE, NICELY FUR
nished room with gas, heat and bath.
Arply at 1103 Fourth avenue.
II ORRENT NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
rooms, modern conver iences, very cen
tral location; 1319 feecond avenue.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
light housekeeping, one block from court
house. Address "to. i3," Arc cs.
IOR RENT THREE NICE ROOMS FOR
dren preferred. Inquire g&Sl Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT NEWLY FURNISHED FRONT
rooms, two blocks from Spencer square,
suitable for two or three gentlemen, at 191tf
T7HDR RENT TWO FURNISHED FRONT
-t- rooms, steam heat and bath. All modern
conveniences; three blocks from postoffloe.
S3) Sixteenth street.
XjlOR RENT FOUR FURNISHED ROOMS.
A. complete for housekeeping, or two sleep
ing rocms and two rooms for housekeeping at
mo aecona avenue.
RENT TWO LARGE FURNISHED
X? front rooms with all latest modern con
veniences. Meals it desired. Easy walking
distance to business center. 1000 Seventeenth
FOR RENT HOUSES
TTIOR RENT A STORE AT l5 SECOND
LiTOR RENT HOUSES TO RENT. HULL A
FOR RENT A MODERN HOUSE WITHIN
two blocks of court house. Hull & Htm
enway. FOR RENT STORE ROOM IN INDUS
trial Home building. App'y to T. H.
FOR RENT AN 8 ROOM HOUSE, 2815
Fifth-and-a-half avenue. Inquire -at
FOR RENT HOUSE. EIGHT ROOMS, GAS
poroelaii bath, furnace, strictly modern,
1013 Vwemy-llrtt street.
FOR RENT-8-ROOM HOUSE WITH RATH
room, modern improvements. Twentieth
street ana r ntn avenue, inquire nex. aovr.
FOR RENT OR SALE CHEAP, A NICE
cottage in Sears, with good well and cis
tern. Apply to T.J. Mediil, liengston block
17IOR RENT A 7-ROOM MODERN IM-
AJ prov d house, newly papered and lirst
ctass in every actaii. Apply at vjv Twenty
OR RENT TWO MODERN 7-ROOM
houses on Sixteenth street between
Tenth and Eleventh avenues, with iu nace
and bath. Apply at TSZ Seventeenth street,
TTIOR RENT FURNISHED HOUSE OF
A-' nine rooms with bath and all modern
conveniences. Will rent to family without
small cl ildren. For particulars apply at sou
CTOR RENT FLATS. FI V B ROOMS, BATH
X- etc., f 13 and 5 per month, on Thirty
first street and Fifth avenue. For particulars
eall on A. J. Koester, in building, telephone
5181 Green, or telephone 63), Uavenport.
FOR RENT 750 THIRTIETH STREET,
six room.', flri per month; also 24 Ki nth
avenue, new home, seven rooms, fin per
rsonth: also 90a Twenticib street, nine rooms.
completely modern, hot water, furnace, bath
room, excellent place. Apply to ooicsmitn
FOR SALE PROI'ERTT.
OR SALE HULL & HEMEN WAY HAVE
two snaps on band II taken soon.
ITIOR 8 ALE A LAUNDRY AT A GRBAT
1? barirain if taken at once Hull & Uemen
way, Mitchell & Lynde buildlrg.
FOR SALE A DESIRABLE RESIDENCE
built last year on Twelfth street, above
Fourteenth avenae. Seven rooors, goodwill
and cistern, paved street. Lot 50xlia Gold
smith & McKee.
CTOR SALE CHOICE BARGAINS IN
nouses rented; rents collected; money to loan
e Anl ... , t , a Vi.a
sompanles. Telephone 4573, Goldsmith It Uo
iee, over People s National bank.
ClOR BALK LOTS IN MCENIRY'S AD
V dJtlon by E. J. Barns, room It, Mitchell A
Lvnde building. These lots are on Sixth ave-
lue, between Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth
it re eta. Convenient to Fifth svnnue or E'm
meet street ear lines. Terms to suit pur
CTT ANTED TABLE BOARDERS AND
v V roomers at STJJ8 Fourth avciue. Mrs.
M E. Hepburn.
WANTED TWO ROLLERS AND TWO
strippers and bunch makeis at Mor
rison's 1811 Third avenue.
WANTED HUSTLING AGENTS TO
sell a rapid-selling article. Call before
:30 amor after 6 p.m. at 2716 Fifth avenue ,
ry ANTED AN ESTABLISHED WHOLE
II sale house, recently incorporated, ex
tending business, dertres to engage competent
nanager for brancn house Salary (100 por
non to. expenses ana commission. Must in
vest ll.'Oj In capital stock of company, on
which dividend of 0 per eent will be guaran
teed, and . furnish satisfactory references.
ACArew, secretary, box. no, kwub City, Ma-
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
A NTED T WO GIRtS TO WASH
dishes. Address -D 17," A noes.
ANTED-LADY COOK AT THE UNION
restaurant, iy aeventeeoth street.
WANTED SEWING GIRL AT TR1-CITY
Regalia company, 3i4 Twentieth street.
WANTED-A LADY CANVASSER TO
heln with a t - i : ... .
dress -C 31." cre of argus.
WANTED LA DIES OF REFINEMENT TO
vail residences. Nothii. to . se
compensation. Aodress -Liberal - cure
Leaaer office, Davenport, Iowx
ryANTED-A GIRL FOR IE VERA L
bousework, wiies H per week a goo.
home for the right girl Address with refer
ences to -C'glesby." this ofllce.
WANTED MALE HELP.
WA EJ -THREE GOOD DELL IYS
at td Harper house. ls
WANTED A GOOD SOLICITOR AT RCG
works, 21 17 Fourth avenue.
WANTEDA FIRST CLASS DINING
room girl at the Delmonico restaurant!
WANTED-AT ONCE, SIX CHICKFV
Pickers at Armour & Co. DaveapoH
ry-ANTED-AT ONCE. A GOOD BLACK-
WANTED -STARK NURSERY PAYS
cash weekly if you RellVa-i, .
Ixuisiana, Mo ; DansvUle, N. V. k tiCCS'
ry ANTED CARRIAGE TRIMMERS
ryANTED-A SINGLE MAN . ABOUT
yANTED - EIGHT CORE MAKERS
WHt. ?5co.re ""ker-a apprentices It one? '
A??EG3T- . INTELLIGK.N T
good hand" " "f"'?1"-.
"3. "care this office. " "ana writD.
tyANTED-MAN OF GOOD APPEAR-
tlrredDcZhmrttlea aDd '"'dent of clfy Pre
l . Ca'' between 8 and y a. m room
3ol Twentieth street, city. ' '
WANTED TO RENT.
ry ANTED TO RENT A HOUSE OF SEV
and Tw2nTefif.,t.Tomsbet ween Seventeenth
SSoZf nt;-fi''b streets and Fifth and Fourth
avenues. Address "D," Attons.
F0n02D...,R"OM AND HOARD: AD
dress -S Argus olfloe.
CEE WILLIAMSON FOR STORAGE.
Money loaned on household goods; IMS
T H.MASON &CO.,7l HOARD OF TRAMF.
f- Chicago, predicted m cent corn. Sep
tember corn sold Aug. 12 at 61 u. Write them.
TyANTED GOOD, RELIABLE OILSALE3.
' nan, on oommLsslon or salary. Addren
landT Ohl na lmpleinent company, Oleve-
T ADIES' SHAMPOO PARLORS AT 17
-a-i fourth avenue. Switches made. Hair
tonic and harmless preparations for keeping
the hair In curl are always on sale.
A GENTS WANTED LIVESOFTHE MAR
r tjred I'lvsidcnts. their assasinatois and
history of auarcbiMn: 60il nines for i iw uutlii;
free: So p r cent comu.iMion V'rcdit Rnd
freight given. Mcitrady, star bui ding, Chi
cago. f P. WILLIAMSON BUYS, SELLS, AND
f I exchanges all kinds of second hand good,
will pay more than any other dealer and sells
cheaper. A 11 kinds of stove repairing and
oleanlng done alao. J. p. WUllams-on, I6
Second avenue. Telephone number 4Hf.
UAGS, RUBBERS, ETC. SEND POSTAL
eard or leave word at 2306 Fourth ave
nue, or Fortieth itrani and mro, &D..na
If you have any ras, rubber, eto., to sell.
I will come to vour house and pay you from
50 to 75 per hundred for ran. and
3 to So a pound. Ail calls will receive prompt
IF YOU WANT TO BUY, SELL, TRADE
or rent anvthlne. en-ajra hnln nrioAma
fituatloa. the Mall Is the one paper In Molina
hat can do It for vou. Mall wants m nnnn.
lar and Mall wants bring results. One-half cent
per word is the price to all alike, eanb In ad
anee. 2-eent stamp" will do. Evening an
T0 YOT7 WANT AGENTSt MANY
to give yuu valuable Information along lines
that will ass j re you success. Ask for free
letters o information and bulletin of daily pa
pets that pay. We also start responsible par
ties la the mail order and agency supply bus
iness Lord & Carver. Kaclne. Wis.
Dtt ALLE WILL TEACH YOU THE
art of palmistry and furnish the best
bonks on tne art to heln vour studies for
fo.50, this week onlr A cornel ste reading 25
cents, at lifc-T second avenue.
MADAM ST. MARIE, PALMIST AND
Clairvoyant, telis you the past, present
and future eonvctiy. Tells you everything
pertaining to business, marriage, divorce, love
adairs, sickness, death, acciQtn's and every
thing of interest. One call will prove her win
orrlul accuracy OfUce hours fiem 1 to 10 p. m
No 705 Fourth avenue.
TO EXCHANGE PROPERTY.
fpO EXCHANGE REAL ESTATE F1VE
JL room cottage In excellent location for
renting to exchange for good residence lots.
Address D. U. S., A rocs.
WANTED TO FX.CHANGE 160 ACRE3
unimproved land In central Kansas
for building lots, cottage or house. For fu r-
UiCt l&Ioimavioa icquUe oi w. s, McK.ee,