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THIS AUGTTS. TUESDAY, OCTOBER T, 1901;
Ifmt Rank Island. Hi. lEcMrcl ml
4offle m SMMd-elxi matter.
IK TBI KAMI Or J. W. rOTTBB
TERMS Daily. 10 cents per wtH. WMklj,
II 00 par annum In ad ranee.
All eominaiileaUone of political or argumen
tative character, political or religious, moat
bare real name attached lor publication. No
such articl.wlU be printed oim naUtloni
Correspondence solicited from rwrg town
snip In Rock Island canty.
Tuesday, Uctobkb 1.
Moxdat. Nov. 11, has been desig
nated for the vote in Alabama on the
new constitution. One hundred thou
sand copies of the new instrument
will be "puMished as supplements of
all weeklr newspapers in that state.
Robert YV. Wilcox, who repre
sents the Hawaiian islands in con
gress, says that general sentiment of
the Hawaiian people is favorable to
the settlement among them of as
many people from this countrj "as
the islands can accommodate."
Gov. Yates has dismissed his pri
vate secretary, Col. John G. Olesby,
according to reliable information re
ceived today. Before doing so he
offered Col. Ogles by the position of
assistant adjutant general, but Ogles
by positively declined to accept the
place. It also is said that Gen. Jas
per N. Ueece, adjutant general of the
state, and Col. James B. Smith, of
Clay City, assistant adjutant general,
are scheduled to go. It is report d
that CoL Charles U. E. Koch, of Chi
cago, formerly colonel of the 1st in
fantry. I. N. G.. will fall heir to Gen.
IHK 8CO LEY-SAMPSON TROUBLE.
The Chicago Tribune's Washington
correspondent claims that the Scnley
inquiry so far has hit Sampson harder
than it has Schley, and that all the
evidence h&9 reacted against the naval
o9icer who forced demand for a hear
ing. The correspondent declares that
the charges preferred by Sampson
against Schley in magazine articles
long after the war was over are found
to be untrue and that the proof of
the inquiry is all against Sampson,
while Schley's acts bave been justi
fied. The correspondent in fact nolds
that Sampson rather than Schley
should be at present on trial before
the naval court of inquiry, and says:
"Admiral Dawey and his associates
on the Schley court of inquiry have
been busy for ten days or ao listening
to evidence submitted by the naval
department, and it is a curious fact
that up to the present time absolutely
nothing has been developed which
could convict Rear Admiral Schley of
anything worse than an error of judg
ment, but this same evidence shows
eyond the shadow of a doubt that
Bear Admiral Sampson, who was
Schley's superior during the war, but
since then has heen his subordinate,
has been guilty of a gross slander
against his superior officer. The evi
dence against Bear Admiral Sampson
is so complete that he could hardly
escape a trial and conviction by court
martial if it were not for the fact that
the scandalous attack was published
more than two years ago and hence is
barred by the naval statute it limita
tion. Hear Admiral Sampson is not
on trial before the court of inquiry,
but has been on trial before the peo
ple and still is. It is therefore inter
esting to note that Bear Admiral
Sampson made a charge against Bear
Admiral Schley of the gravest possi
ble character which has been dis
proved by the testimony of every
officer on the stand, including many
who are known as the bitter personal
opponents of Schley.
"Rear Admiral Sampson's notorious
dispatch, in which he speaks in the
most ungenerous terms of what he
calls Schley's 'reprehensible con
duct,' is a matter of official record;
and as it occurred in . the body of a
regular report it might be excused on
the grounds that it was an official ut
terance of the commander-in-chief of
the north Atlantic equadron speaking
of his subordinate, and therefore
could not be considered to be a pub
"The other charge by Rear Admiral
Sampson was not official, but was
contained in a magazine article and
was accompanied oj other charges
which were manifestly malicious.
The evidence submitted to the coutt
under Ci HUMAN LAWS,
la Excellent for
Lameness, Rheumatism, etc.
CR. RICHTER'S World-Rnwwued
yp genuine without Trade Mart 'author.'
What one physician out of many testitics
Dr. RicMera ANCHOR PAW .
DCPELLERTms been used asa '
oood remedy for Rheumatism.?
. Sprains.etc. with good results,'
here as well as in Europe, it.
2M.M4 60C at all druggists or tnrougli i
f. Ad. Bleatar A Cecils Fasrl St, Sew Isxk J
S HIGHEST A AVAR2S.
foomiMii'f i by trrominent 'A
atctan, aomo ana titiau
this last week lias shown that any
time since the Spanish war Rear Ad
miral Schley might have demanded
the court-martial of Rear Admiral
Sampson, and it is apparently only
Schley's forbearance which has saved
the professional reputation of Real
The same authority holds that
Schley has not been proven guilty of
"reprehensible" conduct and If he
made errors at all they were those of
judgment, while Sampson has pur
sued him ever since the termination
of the war. evincing a spirit of hatred
and envy of the most reprehensible
TWO FAVORITE HYMNS.
The interest aroused by the shoot
ing of the protident has included the
authors of the two favorite hymns of
the martyr "Lead, Kindly "Light,"
and "Wearer, My God, to Thee." There
are many Inquiries In relation to the
life and work a of the authors of the two
hymns, and the following biographi
cil sketches, prepared under the di
rection of Librarian Wilcox, will be
of interest, the points being taken
from the latest biographical woks
Sarah Fjller Flower Adams, au
thoress of -Nearer. My God to Thee."
poetess, was born at Great Harlow, K-
sex. reb. i&Ud. in sne married
W. B. Adams and died of decline in
1848. Her principal work, "Vivia
l'erpetua," a dramatic poem, was
published in 1811. She is likewise
authoress of numerous contributions
to the Monthly Repository, and of a
long poem in "ballad metre, entitled
"Tne Royal Progress" on the surren
der of the sovereignity of the Isle of
Wight to Edward I. by Isabella,
countess of Albemarle, bhe also
composed several hymns, set to music
by her sister; numerous unpublished
poems on social and political subjects,
principally written for the Anti-Corn
Law league, and a -little religious
catechism entitled "The Flock at the
Fountain." The authoress, however,
was most happily inspired in her
hjmns, which as simple expressions
of devotional feeling at once pure and
passionate, can hardly be surpassed
Nearer, My Gjd, 10 Thee," often
erroneously attributed to Harriet
Beecher Stowe, is known wherever
the Eoglish language is spoken, and
the lines beginning: "lie sendeth
sun He tendeth shower," are more
exquisite in their blended spirit of
fervor and resignation. Her uncle,
Richard Flower, emigrated to Amer
ica in 1822. and founded the town ci
Albion, county seat of Edwards
The music to which "Nearer, My
God, to Thee" is usually sung was
c imposed by Do well Mason.
John Henry Newman, author of
Lead, Kindly Light," was cardinal of
the holy Roman church, and was born
in the city of London on Feb. 21,
1801. Newman was tne eldest of six
children, three boys and three girls.
At the age of seven he was sent to a
private school of high character, con
ducted on the Eton lines by Dr. Nich
olsan at Ealing. He was enteied at
Trinity college, Oxford, cn the 14th
of December, 1816, when he was yet
two months short of 15. In Decem
ber, 1832, Newman and his colleague,
Hurrell Froude, went to the south of
Europe for Froude" health. In com
pany with Froude and bis father.
Archdeacon Froude, he visited Gibral
tar. Malta, the Ionian islands, parts;
of Sicily. Naples and Rome. 1: wer
in. Rome that Newman and Froude
begn the "Ljra Aposttlica." In
April. 1833, the Frondes left Rome
for France, and Newman returned to
Sicily. At Leonforte he fell danger
ously ill of a fever, and during the
heighth of bis malady kept exclaim
ing, "I shall not die; I have a work to
do." In June, 1833, he left Palermo
for Marseilles in an orange boat. It
way dnring this voyage, when be
calmed for a whole week in the straits
of Bonifacio, that his most popular
verses. "Lead, Kindly Light," were
In 1815. 12 years after writing this
hymn, Newman renounced protes
tantism and joined the Catholic
church. The music to which "Lead,
Kindly Light" is usually ung. was
composed by the Rev. JohnB. Dykej,
CoL Bryan's beautiful tribute to the
personal worth of his dead opponent
and his plea for mere magnanimity in
political controversy is already bear
ing fruit. The New York Sun, which
always antagonized Mr. Bryan in a
political way, publishes a long edi
torial in response to his appeal. The
following extracts will suffice to show
the spirit of the whole:
"The tribute to President McKin
ley paid by Mr. Brvan in the last
number of his paper is of great dig
nity hnd manifest sincerity. Neither
has there been in the career of Mr.
Bryan since he first became apolitical
figure of national importance any
conduct on his part or has there come
from him any expression which can
fairly be criticised as indicative of a
deficiency, of that quality and that
virtue In him.
"That is, he behaved like an honest
and sincere man. He was an enemy
who fought in the open and used no
ambushing methods in his fighting.
When the victory was won against
him, therefore, it was positive, and
the republic prospered exceedingly by
the decisive settlement. Mr. Bryan
represents, we believe, a hope
less cause, bat be fights for it
boldly in the open field, like a brave
and honest man."
A boon to travelers. Dr. Fowler's
Extract of Wild Strawberry Cures
dysentery, diarrhoea, seasickness,
nausea. Pleasant to take. Acts
67 J910 1J 12
13 14 15 16 17 18 19
20 21 22 23 24 25 26
27 28 29 30 31
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The Engineering Magazine opens its
October issue with a strikingly clear
analysis and solution of the rapid tran
sit problem in London by Frank J
Sprague. He shows convincingly that
the conditions can be met completely
by a radical application of electricity
on a petwork vt lines developed on a
well-matured plan and under single
management. Fares should be made
uniform, and ercbanges free or limit
ed only by two zones. More import
ant, the system adopted should be
elastic enough to permit the running
of small units or combined trains.
Mr. Brodeiick has a suggestive and
valuable discussion of the standard
ization of electrical machinery. Mr.
Irwin treats the by-product coking
industry a line of economy in which
the United States is singularly back
ward. E. G. Adams. Jr..
has a ver interesting illustrated
account of the Japanese copper mines
at Ashio; M. Gaillaumo outlines the
extraordinary properties and great
possible industrial usefulness of nickel
Bteel. Mr. Longmuir points out how
the work of the foundry may be bet
tered, and Mr. Hague, in a very use
ful paper, defines the actual working
economy cf the steam boiler and the
misunderstanding and disappointment
sometimes caused by confusion be
tween service and expert tests. Mr.
Church develops still further his sys
tem of cost distribution for the fac
tory. The usual review of the Eogi-1
neering Press and Engineering Index
accompany the number.
The October Atlantic .opens with
Professor W. A. Dunning's The Un
doing of Reconstruction, prefaced by
a brilliant editorial upon the series
which this paper concludes: R. R.
Bowker shows how The Piracy of a
Franchise Corporation may be con
summated in New York; a Pennsyl
vanian treats of The Ills of Pennsyl
vania and the moral decadence of the
whole state; Professor Berntdotte
Purrin discourses upon Yale's
Fourth Jubilee; Henry A. Clapp's
Reminiscences treat of the
stage period of Booth, Fechter
Sotbern, etc.; Jessie P. Frothiogham
writes appreciatively of Etienne Sen
ancour. The Author of Obermann.and
Vernon Lee sends some delightful
English Writer's Notes on- England.
Entertaining Stories and Sketches are
furnished by Louise L. Sibley, W. A.
Beers and others; Miss Johnston's
Audrey increases in interest; Clinton
Scollard, F. S. Palmer and others
furnish poems, and the Contributors'
Club is bright and entertaining as
A riandlih Attack.
An attack was lately made on C. F.
Collier of Cherokee, Iowa, that nearly
proved fatal. It came through his
kidneys. His back got o lame he
could not stoop without great pain,
nor sit in a chair except propped by
cushions. No remedy helped him
until he tried E'ectric Bitters which
effected such a wonderful change that
he writes he feels lite a new man.
This marvelous medicine cures back
ache and kidney trouble, purifies the
blood and builds up your health.
Only 50 cents at Hartz & Uhlmeyer'd
Onlv one remedy in the world that
will at once stop itchiness of the skin
in any part of the body. Doan7 Oint
ment! At any drug store, 50 cents. -
In conformity with an act of the general as
sembly of the sta.e of Illinois entitled an "Act
to prevent and puniili the unlawful buylnc.
veiling, keeping' for sale, using?, tilling' or traf-
Ur.klng. In van., tubs, nrklns, boxes, bottles.
casks, barrels. Wees, eartons, tanks, fountains,
vessels or containers: to provide ror tne rev
Isirallon of names, brands, designs, trade
marks, devices and other marks of ownership
In connection wllb such articles, and to pro
tect the owners thereof." Approved May 11,
101, in force July l. iwi.
A. D. Huesing. whose principal oRloe Is In
the city of Rock Island, in the county of Kock
Island and the state of llltnos. does hereby
certify and declare that he is the owner of
certain bottles, syphons, boxes and shipping
cases with bis design, trade mark, device
and mark of ownerbiD blown in tne glass or
said bottle, etched on the syphons and sten
ciled on the fcald boxes and abipolrg cases;
that the design, trade mark, device aad mark
of ownership on said bottles, syphons, boxes
ana snipping oiuea is as ioiiow, to-wit:
On tbo sides of some of the bottles and sy
phons is the name A. U. Iluesiog. with the
words "Hock Island. 111.." beneath the name:
alsotbe letters A. i. H. arranged in the form
of a monogram in the center of same, said
monogram also on the bottom of some of said
bottles: on the sides of other bottles and sy
phons Is the name A. I. Muesing. with the
words Kock islaid. liL, arranged in ue lorm
of a circle.
All syphons hare the name. A. O. liueslng
tamped in metal heuds.
On tne sides of other bottles I the name.
GreenHeli A Co . and the words. Hutchinson,
Kan., arranged In the form of a circle.
On the bid-s of other bottltsis the name
"American Mineral Water company" and the
words St. Louis, mo , ar.anged In the form of
The brands asd designs upon the boxes and
shipping eases are as follows, to-wlt:
on tne enas or saia doici ana snipping cases
are the letters A. U. H . with the words A. I).
lluet-ln. soda and mineral water. Hock Is
land, Hi., on the aides of said boxes and ship
In witness whereof the said A. D Hues
ing has hereunto aetbls hand and seal this 14ib
day of September, A. L., 1W1.
(Seal) A. D. Hoxsiko.
State of Illinois,
Rock island County. I
A . D. Huesing belag first duly sworn, deposes
and sas that be has read the foregoing am
davit and knows the contents thereof, and
that the same Is true, both In substance and
Subscribed and sworn to before me this I Ha
day of Beptembcrf A. D., 1K1.
(Seal) F. P. Goixismith,
' Notary fublic
Corner Second and Harrison
FREE FERRY TICKETS.
Good for Season 1901.
Our a?ent will be at the Dtvenport
S pons wLi;b when presented at the
Two Free Ferry Tickets. Coupons
9:J0 to 11:30 ft. m. ana Z:uu to- o:uu
Real Lace Collars.
We just reoeived a magnificent linn of Arabian, Renaissance, Venice,
Batiste. Duchess, etc . in circular collars, Bolero Jackets and Revere
effects more than 50 distinct styles to choose from no line like it
ever shown in the tri-:ities.
Book Covers Free.
We give you enough book covers to cover all your books with a pur
chase of any amount in our school supply department.
There has always been better choosing better values lower
prices and larger variety at our Silk Department than elsewhere. We
call your atteution today to a few of the greatest silk values you
ever had an opportunity to bay.
27-inch wide guaranteed Black Taffeta
Silks, vard ... ,i
27-inch wide guaranteed Black Taffeta Silks, has a high- (3 f ff
er lustre and heavier than abjve, for t4? LL
Lining Taffeta Silks in black and
for yard "
Julia Marlowe Shoes.
New fall styles in the Julia Marlowe Elastic Instep Shoe? we
are sole agents the best shoes that
AND A COMPLETE LINE OF
Foreign Wall Papers and
Artistic Decorative Specialties.
If you want something a little better than the ordinary for your
rooms we will bo pleased to show you the new Eastern ideas in WALL
PATERS, and can furnish you the best workmen. It cost no moie
to have your fall decorating "right" than it does to have it "botchy."
ADAMS WALL PAPER GO.
H. W. WARD, Manager.
310,312, 314 Twentieth Street, Rock Island, III.
WANTED LADieS" SHIRT WAISTS
and children s dresses to make at I7l'4
Pecond avenue, third floor, over Cllemeyer &
WANTED HUSTLING AGENTS TO
sell a rapid-selling article. Call before
8:30 a. m. or after 6 p. m. at 27lfl Fifth avenue ,
WANTED AN ESTABLISHED WHOLE
sale house, recently Incorporated, ex
tending business, desires to engage competent
manager for branch house. Salary SluO per
month, expenses and commission. Must In
vest tl.uou In capital stock of company, on
which dividend of H per cent will be guaran
teed, and furnish satisfactory references.
Address, Secretary, box 41U, Kansas City, Mo-
MISS DENTON, PALMIST, 124 WEST
Thi:d St. davenport. iives adrlce on
business, love, marriage, sickness and health.
Also gives the bst time for lawsuits, business
ventures, etc Hours, 10 to noon; 2 to 5, and
7:oU to tf p- m.
MADAM ST. MARIE, PALMIST AND
Clairvoyant, tells you the past, present
and future correctly. Tells you everything
pertaining to business, marriage, divorce, love
affairs, sckness, death, accidents and everj
thing of interest. One call will prove her won
derful accuracy. Office hours fiom 1 to 10 p. m.
No 706-Fourth avenue..
MONEY TO LOAN.
IVTONEr- TO LOA Pi IN ANY AMOUNT,
jJX. on any kind of security A1m ehoioa
property tor sale and rent. V. I Ccyne,
130 Seventeenth street, up tain. .
WANTED TO LOAN MONEY -ON DIA
moads, watches. Jewelry, hardware,
musical Instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
goods, rurnlture, etc Highest casb prices
paid for stoond band goods of all k'.uda also
The abov goods for sale at naif the usual
tore prices. A U business transactions strictly
confidential. His new number and location,
lVi3 Sooocd avenue Ioa' forget It. . W.
J one. Two rings on lMf
The Wonderful Medium
Will be at street number for 10
daya to give sittings from 9 a.
m. to 5. p m. daily. Will hold
publio circles Tuesday and Thurs
day evening at 8 p. m. Sitlings
50c, fall trance sittings fl, cir
cles 15c. Be sore and call on this
1327 Second Avenue.
Streets, Davenport, low.
landing and will distribute cou-
Boston Store will entitle you tot
will bo distributed each day from f
tread the earth.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
TTtOR SALE A CHOICE 10-ACRB FRIT IT
-- iarm ror sale in teout n Kock island. Fine
ly Unproved, bee Keidy Bros.
FOR SALE-CHEAP FOR CASH; A GRAM
ocbone und 3i record Ctll or address
C. D. McLaughlin. Milan, 111.'
TTIOR SALE HOTEL, RESTAURANT,
A?, laundry and other lins of business.
.istman & Co., I7ll'i second avenue.
TiTOR SALE A LADY'S JO WHEEL, AS
kuou as new, nrsi o ass mane, ror one
half price it taken soon. Inquire attXtf F.f ;h
TTIOR SALE A FIRST-CLASS SECOND
-- nana house beating boiler, self-feeding.
Can be used for steam or hot water heat. A
bargain to parties bavlcg uce for it. A.'len,
"TTIARM FOR SALF, ONE OF THE DEST
stock, iruit ana produce farms in Kock
isi an a county: contains lmo acres: part culu
v alert; part mea-ow. tlmbcrland and nasiurc.
A nover-faUirt spring and running stream of
pure water. Price :t.s 00 per acre. For further
particulars Inquire of W. U. Ferguson, Masonic
i eropie, noun isiana, ill
LOST AND FOUND.
T .OST SATURDAY MORNINO ON SEV-
JL-J entcentb street, an ice-wool shawL
Finder leave at A kg us o nice and be-rewarded.
I05T SMALL GREEN POCKETBOOK
J between Ninth avenue and KemMe
school bouse- Betuin tothisoillce and receive
T OST AN TRTSH SCTTP.R VrMrrB
A J re urn to Carl HelDenstell and be reward
TOST - A DARK COLORED HDYS
-I A jaoket between Spencer square and
Harper's theatre Saturday evening. Finder
leave at A Kiii's office and be rewarded.
TO EXCHANGE PROPERTY.
mO EXCHANGE REAL ESTATE FIVE--L
room cottage In excellent location for
renting to exchange for good residence lota
Address D. C. ., A tons.
WANTED TO EXCHANGE IfiO ACRE3
unimproved land In central Kansas
for building lots, cottage or house. For fur
ther Information! cqulre of W. S. McKee.
RUGS MADE TO ORDER
Formerly connected with the
Union Mission. Has em
barked in business for him
self at 2117 Fourth Ave.
" Orders promptly filled end
doliyercd. Work guarantcedf .
"" " 4
SALE OF SHOESA
We have culled out all odd pairs and discontinued lines
ladies' black and tan shoes and placed them on our barga,
tables in two lots.
Lot 1 Ladies' black and tan shoes, sizes 4 to 8, formerly sol
at from $2.00 to $2.50. your choice j qq
Lot 2 Ladies' black and tan in McKay Welt and turns, former! .
sold at from f 2.75 to $3.50, your choice as. 50
OPPOSITE HARPER HOUSE.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
TJWJR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS AT 1518
J Sixth atenue.
ITOR RENT FURNISHED ROOM AT 1301
Fourth avenue. Heat, gas and bath.
IOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
light housekeeping at Mi5 Second avenue.
TTIOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS WITH
A? excellent table board at 701 Seventeenth
FOR IBENT FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
light housekeeping at 527 Twentieth
FOR RENT TWO LARGE FURNI3HED
rooms for light housekeeping at 1125
TTIOR RENT A PLEASANT FRONT ROOM
JL1 at 1823 Third a venae. Gas and bath ac
commodations. TjIOR RENT A FURNISHED ROOM SUIT A
A? bio for two persona. Call at 1606 Seooud
avenue; second floor.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS WITH
tabie board and all modern conveniences
at 122!) eecend avenue.
FOR BENT NEW FURNISHED ROOM
for gentleman All modern conveniences,
at (08 Twenty-second street.,.
FOR RENT A LARGE, NICELY FUR
nished room with gas, heat and bath.
Apply at 1103 Fourth avenue.
FDR RENT ROOM WITH B3ARD IN
private family for one or two gentlemen
Terms reasonable. Address ' H 8" akgcs.
T7KR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS SUIT--I
able for .two gentlemen including board.
Two blocks from Spencer square, 1W6 Fifth
FOR RENT NEWLY FURNISHED FRONT
rooms, two blocks from Spencer square,
suitable for two or three gentlemen, at 1U1C
T7KJR RENT TWO FURNISHED FRONT
X: rooms, steam heat and bath. All modern
conveniences: three blocks, from poetofiloe.
620 Sixteenth street.
FOR RENT FOUR FURNISHED ROOMS,
complete for housekeeping, or two sleep
ing rocms and two rooms for housekeeping at
lilts Second avenue.
TjOR RENT TWO LARGE FURNISHED
A? front rooms with all latest modern con
venienses. Meals if desired- Easy walking
distance to business center. 1000 Seventeenth
FOR RENT HOUSES
OR RENT HOUSES TO RENT. HULL &
OR RENT-GOOD FIVE ROIM COTTAGE
9 a montn. lll l wenty-ninib street.
TTIOR RENT A MODERN HOUSE WITHIN
A? two blocks of court house. Hull & Hem
FOR RENT AN 8ROOM HOUSE 2815
Fifth-and-a-half avenue. Inquire -at 2332
TTIOR RENT AN EIGHT BOOM H'"USE;
-Mj mouern improvements, at l(34 Twen
tieth street. Enquire 31 Nineteenth street.
TpOR RENT 8-ROOM HOUSE WITH HATH
X? room, modern Improvements. Twentieth
street ana utn avenue, inquire next door.
TJIOR RENT OR SALE CHEAP, A NICE
-C cottage in Sears, with good well and cis
tern. Apply to T. J. Medill, Bengston block
FOR RENT A STORE AND EIGHT
rooms fitted with water works, located
at 2211 Fourth avenue. Inquire at Kock I&land
TTtOR RENT FIRST-CLASS, UP-TO-DATE
A.' 8-rocm modern dwelling, with bath, fur-
nace. electric lints and all modern conven
iences. CaU at n feeremn avenue, Kock
TjIOR RENT Eighth avenue: seven
A. rooms, new house, city water and sewer,
IIS per - month: alo 905 Twentieth street:
nine rooms: completely modern: not water
furnanrc. bath room, laundry and excellently
located: alo bouse bixtn avenue and Twenty.
eight street: all modern conveniences, which
will be vacant by Oct. 1: also small ll.it on
Fourteenth street between 1 hitd and Fourth
avenue, ft). Arr'y to Goldsmith & McKee.
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
RSALE HULL& HEMKNWAY HAVE
two snaps on h.md if taken soon.
T7TOR SALE A LAUNDRY AT A GREAT
-D bargain If taken at once. Hull & Hemen
way, MivchellJt L-ynde buudirg.
FOR BALE A NICE NEW COTTAGE
size ltix:Xj feet: and lot 5xl.) feet on
Twelfth street, junt out of city limits, 'at fymi
custi ir taken at once. Apply to ooiosmith &
CKR RALE A GOOD INVESTMENT, TWO
A? bouses on one lot xoxl-io feet: one house
seven rooms, rents for (15. and one house, six
rooms, new, rents for 12.50: will sell both
houses cheap tf taken soon for $3,200. Apply
to Goldsmith & McKee
FOR SALE SMALL 4-ACRE FRUIT AND
garden farm in South K ck Island: house
5 rooms: barn and wagon sheds; well and cit
tern. Owner makes SiOO gross Income off of
farm per annum. Also raises chickens. Ap
ply to Gold&miio & McKee.
CTOR SALE CHOICE BARGAINS IN
AJ property for sale in all parts of the city:
houses rented; rents collected; money to loan
in any amount on real estate security. Fire
Insurance written in oldest and most reliable
companies. Telephone 4573, Goldsmith A Mo-
7I0R SALE LOTS IN MoENIRY'S AD
X? ditlon by E. J. Burns, room 12, Mitchell
Lvnde building. These lota are on Sixth ave
Que, between Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth
rtreeta. Convenient to Fifth avenne or Elm
nreet street ear Una. Terms to suit pur-
ITT ANTED! RELIABLE LADT OR GEN
I V tleman as general office agent for either
Davenport. Rook Island or Moline Small
capital required for necessary stock of goods
fronts win exceed i-tO mouttuy. Address
"IToUtablc,' are Leader office, Davenport,
WANTED FEMALE HELP. .
WANT,FJ) - GIRL FOR HOUSEWv
WANTED A FISST CLASS DINli
room g!rl at the Delmonlco resiaaruT
WANTED SEWINQ GIRL AT TR1-C1T
Kegalia company, 3i4 Twentieth slrei-
W ANTED A GIRL FOR GENERA f
housewoik. Apply at isitf Second avt
WANTED LA DIES OF REFI TEMENT TO
visit residences Nothing to srlL Good
compensation. Address Liberal," care
Leader office, Davenport, Iowa.
WANTED MALE HELP.
"AX.W-THREE GOOD BELL. IOYS
bic carper oouse.
A TED AT OSCE WASHMAN AT
me nuu uiana steam Laundry.
ANTED-A FIRST-CLASS NIGHT MAN
at iw i-erry street, Davenport, lowa.
ANTED ONE OR TWO TEAMS l-'Olt
sevcro. weens work. u. U. W. Aula s
WANTED 25 MIXERS. STEADY WORK
summer and winter at SilviK Mining
ccmpany, Carbon Cliff. 111.
WANTED STARK NURSERY PAYS
cash weekly if you sell Stark t.ces,
Louisiana, Mo ; Dansville. N. Y.
WANTED CARRIAGE TRIMMERS.
Good wages. Steady work. Apply
room 18, Hotel bommers, Moilne.
WANTED A BOY ABOUT 16 YEARS
old. with bicycla Call at Postal Tele
graph office, H28 Second avenue.
WANTED EIGHT OR TEN GOOO CAR
penter at the Illinois theatre. Apnly
to H. H. Button, superintendent of cons mo
tion. WANTED BRIGHT, INTELLIGENT
young men as canvassers. Must write
good hand. Address In own hand writing,
"S," care this office.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, A DOZEN
men for quarry work: waives tl.75 per
day. Apply to Pender & Co, For.j-second
street and Third avenue.
WANTED AT ONCE. A "BUSH LING"
man to do rep lirins; work at tbe Con
servatory Panliorium club. Good salary. Call
or address 2Ui7 Fifth avenue.
WANTED TO KENT.
WANTED THREE UNFURNISHED
rooms for light housekeeping by two
lad'es. Address at once to "11 37," a kg era.
WANTED TO RENT A HOUSE OF SEV
cn or eight rooms between Seventeenth
and Twenty-linn streets and Fifth and Fourth
avenues. Address "D." A hods.
WA NTH D TO RENT A HOUSF. ABOUT
live or six roims. :ive foil particulars,
price and location. Address H, 21, Axevs
WANTED TWO OR THREE UNFI'RN
ished rooms for Jipht, houst-keeping;
steam or furnace heat. References given.
Addrefs A kg us, B 5.
IOR GOOD R"OM AND HOARD AD-
oress "is 27 Argus omee.
(EE WILLIAMSON FOR STORAGE.
O Money loaned on household goods; 1515
LH. MASON & CO., 74 BOARD OF TRADE.
Chicago, predicted 03 cent corn. Sep
tcmbar corn sold Aug. 12 at 01 U- W rite them.
ITTANTED GOOD, RELIABLE OILSALEiS
ll man, oc commission or salary. Address
Quaker Oil and Implement company, Clev
7ANTED EVERYBODY TO TltY
II Munns patent envelope. Costs no aurc
than the ordinary kind. Krairer & Co. exclu
sive agents, 1508 Second avenue.
WANTED NEAT PEOPLE TO TALK TO
neat people about a neat article. It
sells at sight. Address for particulars, "i'is
marck," 620 Fifth avenue, Moiinc, ill.
J P. WILLIAMSON BUYS, SKLLS, AWU
I exchanges all kinds of second hand k-ooCh,
will pay more tban any other dealer and sells
cheaper. All kinds of stove repairing aad
cleaning done also. J. P. Williamson, 161S
Second avenue. Telepbone number 4.V-4.
KAGH, RUBBERS. ETC. S KN 1 1 POSTAL
card or leave word a. ?205 Fourth ave
nue, or Fortieth street and Fifth tveuu'i,
If you have any rags, rubber, etc. to sell.
I will come to your bouse and pay you from
SO to 7b per hundred for rags, and rubbers from
S to 6o a pound. All calls will receive prompt
attention. O. F. Kluggor.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY, SELL, TRADE
or rent anything, engage heip or secure a
situation, tne Mali Is the one paper In MoLlb
that can do It for you. Mall wants are popu
lar and Mall wants bring results. One-half cent
per word la the prioe to all alike, cash In d
vanae. Z-oent stamp will do. Kienlcf an
Btwaay ntau. taoune. mm.
CI ABINET MAKERS WANTED PERM A -J
cent employment: Inside work: no labor
troubles, highest wages, ranging frov 2 25
upwards: nine nours work. We require at
least ICO men. Cleanest and best lighted furni
ture factory i i tbe world Come at once pre
pared to work or write f"r particulars ' he
Bmnswick-ttuike-Collcnder company, Chica
DO YOU WANT AGENTS? MANY
years' experience places us in a position
to give you valuable information along lines
Lb m will ass j re you succeis. Ask for free
letters o information and bulletin of daily pa
pers tnat pay. we also start respoDmic par
ucs in the mail order and agency supply bus
iness. Lord & Carver. Racine, Wis.
Estate of Jane N. Weatherbead, decease?.
The undersigned having oeen appointed ad
ministrator of the estate of JaneN. Wcaifaer
beao. late of the county of Kock Island, stata
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that
he will appear before tbe county court of
Kock island county, at tne county court room.
In the eltyof Kock Islandat tbe Nov mbertcrm,
on the first Monday In November next, at which
time all persons naving claims against said
estate are notified and requested to attend, for
we purpose oi naving tne same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate are re
gneated to make Immediate payment to tte
Dated this IHth day or September, A. IX 190U
D. A. Wkathsb&ead, Administrator,