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THE AUGTTS, MONDAY, DECEMBER, 23, 1901
Our new line of ladies and gents fine shoes from $2.50 to $5 a
pair are now in, and customers 'will find the line more inter
esting than ever.
All the newest lasts, all the newest patterns and all the
latest ideas. . K very shoe in the line is the picture of what a
correct fitting-, proper looking shoe for ladies and gents
should be. Our school shoes are the best wearing shoes that '
leather and workmanship can maka.
George F. Schmale, Prop.
Pubilotlrn Notice- Chsnc.ry.
Stste of till oolk, l
Bock Islard County. 1
Id the Circuit court. January term. A D
Home Building and Lost Anoclitl-m of Poek
1- li d. corporation. vs. srv Jane Murray
and Wilimm H Murray Tn rbareery. Gen
eral numt.tr 4&l. bill to for. clote mort
gage. Affidavit of non-residence of the Hid Man
Jane Morray and Wllilam H Murray deft cd
ania. Dv1nii been flleo in thn oRi'ee of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of aaid County,
notice Li therefore hrrvoy (riven to the aaid
ron resident defecdaota that ibe complainant
filed Ita bbl of comrla.Di It M court on the
chancery ide th reof. on tbe2t3 day of be
cmber. I9jO. ndtht ttrretpon s summons
Issued out of aaid Couit. wherein aa d autt la
not pending, return. b e on the first Mon-
Qir 11 I Be montn ri jannar. inerearier
and atcrwrcson the 1st day cf prl'. A. U
lwl. an allaa summon, baud out of s d court
wherein aaid suit Is n--w peodlrg. retimable on
thenrst M noa in ibe monin I May trererr
ter, and that thereafter to-wii:on the 13tbdav
of Anpin, A. I. 1 01. an a' lan sum nor. issued
out of aaid court wherein aaldta iiidu reta
Intr. reinrcable on the third M ody Lu the
month ol s member thereafter, and afitr
ward on the 2ftih day of Noremb' r. a 1 ,lttu,
ai alias ixmtrotn Isaued out of s;u court
wherein said mi t Is now penciog. returnable on
thedrst Monday it Ja? uary. A. !.. IVoi rent, as
la by law requu.d rtow. unless you. the said
noa-re'dent di fendMcts above ramed. Mary
Jane Murray and William II. Murray, bsli
person! y be and appe- before sa'd circuit
court on tne crutcay r r tne next term iaer
o'. to be holden at Rock Island. In aad for
the aaid county, on the brat Monday of Jaou
ary, A. D., 102, next, and plead, answer or
demur to the said complainant s biu or
complaint, the tarae and the ma'tcrs and
thtEtoj thsrel n charged and ta-ed will be
taken as cootew-a ana a aecr.e en-erea
against jou. accord in jr to the prayer of ald
Din. oijhGi w . uAnmx iw'-ra.
Rook Island. IIL. November 27. A. IX 101.
Jacksn& tictiar, Coxplioni'a Holictors
State of nilnola.
Roca Island County, f
In the t Lrcult court, to the January term, A
u 1902. Divorce
MUtoa W. Reynolds, complainant: Sarih E.
To ino aove named non-resident defend
ut. .Sarah E Brvn-'lds
A9davitof your non-residence bavins been
filed In the office of said elroult court, notice is
hereby given to yoi, that the above named com
plainant has filed la saia court bla bill of com
plaint ajrsinstyiiu on tne cnancery aiue or xua
court; that a aummor a in ch i.cerv has been
It-sued In said cause strain t yo'a, returnable to
the next term of sail court, to be begun and
ho den attbe eo rt hou-e in tbe cltv of Kock
Island la said county on the iirst Monday In
January, A D. I'-"- at which time and place
you wiU appear nd p ead. answer or demur
to saia Dui or oonjpiaint n yuu see nt.
Dated at Kock Island, lillnola, mis 13th day
of November, A. D. 1901.
UBOBCB W. Gamblk,
Clerk of tbe circuit court la and ftr Rock
Island county, Illinois.
bweenev & Walker,
Complainant s Kollottnf
State of Illinois, I
Rock Island County, I
In the Circuit Court. At the January term
A D I'Xri In chancery. Bill for prtliioa.
Jonas Bear and Louts Moaenfelder
Annte Montgomery, Charles Jack Montgom
ery, Mary U. Montgomery, Edward L). Swee
ney. Peter Steven. L U Vieits, tbe un
known heirs or devtsees f Catberlna
Mariraretba Vicths. deceased: tbe un
known owner or owners of toe southeast
quarter of tbe northwest quart-r of tbe
northwest quarter of section nuaber four
la township number aeventeen. north ' f
rane numbrr one, west of the 4tn P.
M.. containlDir 10 acres more or le.s:
and belck tbe south H of lot number six.
as said lot Is known and designated upon
tbe assessor's plat of IMI: also eight
and H acres, mote or le-s. Including the road
la tbe southwett quarter of the northeast
quarter of tbe nirinwen quarter of .aid sec
tion number four In township 17, N. K. one
west offe4thP.ro, known and designated
noon tbe plat aa lot No. : also tbe noiiheast
quarter of tbe southwest quarter of tbe
northwest quarter of aection number 4 la
townsblp I", S- R. one west of tbe 4t P M.
eoata.ng ten acres, more or leas, and denti
ns' ed on awor i plat as lot numbe'tit. ;
also the orth four and M-1GO acre of tbe
northwest quarter of the ouiheat ouarter
of the north west quarter of said seetln num
ber four la township 17. north rarge number
one west of the 4th P. M. Uetitla W ells. Eilea
H. Nou-se and tbe unknown heirs or devlaeea
of Kllen H. Nourse. deceased
To U. H Vietbs tbe unkrown heirs or de
visees of Catbe-ln Margarets a Vleth. de
cased: the unknown owner or owners
of the southeast quarter of tbe norto
west quarter of tbe northwest quart e
of section number four la township num
ber sever. teeo nor b of range number
ooe wet' of tbe fourth P M. , containing 10
acres, more or less: and being tbe south half
t lot number six. aa aaid lot Is known and
designated ocoi tbe aaessor'a plat of llSl;
also eight ard !a acres, more or le. Including
Vha road, la the eoutewt quarter of the
nortaea-t quarr of the north a eat quarter of
aid sec ion number four In townblp 17. N
K I west of the tb P.M., known and desig
nated upon tbe plat aa lot No-5; also tbe
nortbeant quarter o tbe southwest quart r of
the northwest quarter o' a&ld reciiuo number
four la township 17. N. VL one wtst of tbe 4th
P. M . containing ten acres more or less, acd
de-igcated on assessors plat as lot number
ten: 1m tbe porth four and 85-100 acres of
the northwest quarter of the southeast quar
ter of the north weft quarter of aaid aeotlc n
number four la towcsolp seventeen, north
range number one went of tbe 4th P. M.; Le
tltla Well. KUen B Nourse, tbe unknown
bci'S or devisees of i-Uen B. Nourse, deceased;
Affidavit of year non-residence having been
filed in the office of the clerk of the circuit
court of said county, notice is hereby given
to you acd eah of you that the above named
complainants have filed in said court their bill
of complaint against you on tht chancery aide
of said court, that a summons in chancery
has been Issued in said cause against you. re
turnable to the next term of said court to be
begun and holden at the co rt house in the
rlty of Kock Ilnd. la said munty. oo the first
Monday of January. A ! 190s, at which time
andplamiyou will appear and p'ead. anawer
or demur to the aaid oil of complaint, if you
"u .ted at Rock Island. Ill.nols, this 4th day of
December, A. D. 1901.
Gsokck W. Camhi.e. Clerk.
Swkksit & WaXiaXB, Complainant's bollcl-tors.
If your clothes are not pressed and
cleaned and vou only discover it
when you are ready to put them on
YOU WONT EE1 TO WEAK
If you join the New 1'anitorium
Tin It. Your clothes will lie cleaned
and pressed and kept in pood con
dition and your shoes tdiim-d every
dav for $1.00 per month. Clothes
called for and delivered. Open Sun
days from U a. m. to 2:30 p. m.
Ed. Dubinsky, Prop.,
1509 Second Avenue Opp. Spencer Square
Tciepnone urcen wr.a.
Notice of PnbllcatloB Chancery.
State of Illinois,
Soek Island Countv. I
- In the Circuit Court, January term, 1902. In
Maud Newberry vs Louis Newberry-
mdavit of non-residenee of the above
named Lo-l Newberry having been filed In
tbe clera a tmee or tb circuit court of saia
eourtv. notice l therefore hereby g ven to
the said non resident defecdant that tbe com
cl tlna.ni has bird ber bill of complaint in aaid
Court on tbe cbanot rv aide thereof, on tbe
6th day of December, 19il ad that tbereupoa
a summons issued out of said ourt. woereln
stld suit s now petulng, r- tumable on lb
0 st Mocday la be month of Jacuary next, as
U bv law reoulred. Now. uoleas you. the sad
noo--eiideot defendant above named. Lou It
Newberry, sb)! pisonaliy be and acpear be
fore al 1 circuit cou't. o tbe first day or tbe
next terx thereof, to be hoiJen at Hoi k Island
la and for the saiJ c rcnty. on tbe Brt Monday
In tbe moo b of January next, and p'ead. ar
swer or demur to tbe aaid complainant's bill of
complaint, tr.e same and tbe matte s and
tblnws therein cnargea ana statea win do
taken as confessed, and a decree entered
aaainst you according to tbe praver of said
bui ueom;e oa hub, triers.
Kock Island. Illinois. Dec. e. Ivoi.
Uaaar Schbivsk, Complaluatt a Solicitor
Ser!e & M-sh-11, Attorneys.
State of 1111 nola. I
dock Island County, t
lathe Circuit Cou-t In Chancery. Fore
closure General No. 4947 f
James ti aimer
Julia PhllllDS. Frank M Phillip. Clyde C
Phi Hp. Artia Phltllps. Maud Adam-, Anna
N. r hill p- Edaard 1. Ph liip and I. K. Mo-
beny and f ranv cool, aomints-ators or the
est te of i. r. I'blllips. deceased.
Notice is hereby glveu tbat by virtue of a
decree of saia court, entered in the above
en.itled cause, on tbe twnmietb day of No
vember, A. IX 1901, 1 shall, on Saturday, the
eleventh day of January. A. D.. 1902. at
tbe hour of two o'clock In the after
noon, at tbe Eaat door of the Court
House. In the City of Rock Island, lr
said County of Rock Island, to satisfy .aid
decree, sell at public vendue to the highest
bidder for cash, tht certain parcel of land
situate In the County of Rock Island and
State of lillnola, known and described
Tbe south 145 acres of the south wet q-ar-
ter (Hi of section twenty-two S) in town-
shin number twenty (JO) north range two (-)
eaAt of tbe 4th Principal Meridian In the
county or rock island and state or Illinois.
Dated at Rock Island. Illinois, this ninth day
Of December, A. D. 1991.
EXWIK E. faRllkNTER,
Master In Chancery. Rock Island County, III.
bKARLE St MAKHHALIa
Ct mplainat-ts oollcltors
George W. McCaskrlo, Solicitor.
State of Illinois, l
Rock Island County. I
in tbe circuit court, to tne January term,
A . 1 1901. Divorce.
Blanche CioS complainant, vs. G'lbert GofT,
To tbe above named non-resident defend
ant. Gilbert Oof.
a frldavit of vour non-reldence having ben
filed In tbe efflce of tbe said elroult court, with
the circuit clerk, notice Is hereby givtnio
you. that the above named complainant has
niea la saia citcuit court acr mi oi com
nlaint asslnat vou. on tb cbani-ery aide there
of of said circuit court, that a summons In
chancery hai been las ed In said eau e against
ou. returnable 'o tbe rest term of said cir
cuit court to be begun and Bold en at tne court
ho us In tbe eitv of Kock Island in said count v.
on tbe first Monday la January. A. D 190-j, at
whion time and mice vou wui appear ana
plead, answer or demur to said bill of com
plaint, if you see B'.
Dated at Rock Island. Illinois, this 5th day
of December. A D. 19ni.
GflaGI W U1NIU.
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for Rock
Island county Illinois
o BOHCB VV. McCASKaiW.
aaate of Illinois I
oek Island CoudIT. I
In the Circuit Court at the January term, A.
Writ Hersbey. eomp'afnar t, vs Daniel Hayes
and Alice warneia uayes, aeienaaata
To the above named Daniel Hayes and Alice
Wartleld uayes and each of them:
Affidavit of vour non resldenoe and of tbe
aon-resldenee of each e-f you having been
filed la the above entitled eaue in the omre
of tbe uneeraigced clerk of tbe circuit court
of tbe eountv of Hoc island and stste of
Ullnoti. you are hereby notified tbat tbe
above naroed complainant has filed In said
court her Mil of complaint against you on
the ehancerv side of said court: Tbat a
summons la chancery haa been issued In said
cause against you. returnable to tDC January
term A l , I J02. of said court, to be begun
and holden la tbe eourt bouse la he city of
Kock Island, in aaid county. In r e state of
Illinois, on the first Monday of Jacuary. A.
IX. iwjc2, at which time and place you will
appear and plead, answer or demur to said
hill of complaint as you may see Ml
Dated at kock island luinois, this ssia amy
of October, A. IX, 1X1.
UIOBOl W. uAMBLSt
Clerk of said Circuit Court.
SwxsmbT Walks 11, Complainant's Sellol-
Vfwr a-sv a aSkw Mtvwai r9 Im..- a a.
- -a-w. a-a .waH va aauv aua iu vi sUDACUl VHI a K
easily, be made well, ivtrooy, matrnrtic, full of
tbat makes weak men strong. Many jraia
tinas in ten oars. Over aOOmOQO
All dmpyriiat-.. Cure ffuarameeri. Bnok-
HirA CD LD J aTn
REMEDY CO., Chicago or New York. 437
Dont Be Fooled'
Tak tbe cecals, rlfta!
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TC4
Made n!y by Madlsow Mad
cine Co.. Madiseo, WU. 2
kaep yaa wall. Owe trcH
anark cut -a eacb packare
Price, 39 eewta. tVvw cm1
lm bulk. &ctar pa
Ci jsixisaTSsitoe tst. AtS '.
PALMA IS SURE
Maso Men, Huffed at Their Fail
ure at Washington, Quit
THEY SAY THEY HAVE NO CHANCE
Because Neither the Island Nor Wash
ington Authorities Desire
ITavana. Pec. 23. Tbe supporters of
General Maso In his cnmlldacy for tbo
presidency of the republic bare de
elded to take no part lu tbe coming
elections, fixed for Dec. 31, all the can
dldates of tbe party have 'withdrawn
and the Maso members of the provin
cial boards have been requested to re-
sIrii. There steps were decided upon
after the receipt of a letter from iov
crnor Iencr.il Wood refusing to grant
tht party representation on the board
of scrunity or an extension of time In
which to modify the voting list.
"No Intention of Folrnesa.
At a meeting of the party leaders a
resolution was adopted declaring that
"the central -board is a coalition f
partisans, and tbat General Maso, aft
er exhausting every means to insure
Iiupariality. rectitude and justice at
the coming elections, has liecome con
vinced that neither In official circles
In the United -States nor in Cirba does
the intention exist to see that the elec
tions are carried out with sufficient
legality to reflect the real wish of the
Cubans, who are desirous of Independ
ence, and a ns ions to freely elect their
first constitutional government. It
was votetl to inform 'Secretary Uoot
of the decision arrived at. ami also to
publish a manifesto to the country.
Applaiuleil by La Lurha.
I.a Lucha applauds the withdrawal
of the Maso candidates, and says that
without the guarantees asked from
Secretary Hoot every one knows that
the election will be a falsification of
the will of the majority. "The Maso
coalition," says La Lucha. "should not
lend themselves to the lietrayal of tbe
public and should not co-operate in a
policy which tends to lay the founda
tion of the republic in a gigantic
Blacks May "Take to the Woods."
Besides baring the so-called conser
vatives with him Maso is said tohavea
strong following among the blacks in
the country districts; and It Is intima
ted In Havana that this element may
not take kindly to the present condi
tion of things and may cause trouble.
Maso's conservative leaders, however.
say they have no fear. The Discusion,
the I'alma organ, asserts that the with
drawal of Maso's supporters is due to
the fact that they are a hopeless mi
nority and their candidates have iu
chance of being elected.
Educate Tour Bowels With Caseareta.
Cnnd Cathartic, euro constiDation forever.
10c, S5c It C. C. C. fall, druggists refund money.
Home Co-Operative Co.,
OF KANSAS CITY, MO.,
Will furnish you the money to
(ay oil your mortae or buy a
lorue in any locality, ami give
you 16 years ami 8 months to pay
it back at the rate of
$5.35 PER MONTH WITHOUT
In case of death or total disability
a clear deed will be riven. Strict
est investigation courted.
Organized Mav I". 1901. Over 7.orjn.onn busi
ness done. We are now on ratine In J dif
errnt states. All officers handling money
are bonded In the U.S. Fidelity and Guaranty
nnanv. Plans and procedure copyrighted.
i-re are imitators springing up who a:
infringing. Lon't be misled.
llranrh Office: Math Itslldlnr. over 1718
Second Avenue. Iloek Island. I1L
Ofllce Hours: 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. Sundays,:
p. m. to a p. m.
W. A. BRICCS, Manager.
Fuel Oil Go.
CAPITAL STOCK $100,000.
Other oil companies with no bright
er proxjx'ctH ure capitalized at 1(1 to
0 times more no water in this stock.
A 60,000 to 70,000
Barrel Well Guar
anteed by Dril
ler or No
I'roiH-rty '.io feet from the famous
Yellow I'ine. 70,000 bbls. well. Spindle
Top, Ccnnmont, Texas.
Stock 10c a Share
,T. K. Scott. Mitchell & Lynde IJuild-
np, Hock Island, Illinois.
C. K. Adams, 1S01 Second Avenne,
Hock Island, Illinois.
II. M. Schriver, 1714 1-2 Second av
enue. Rock Island, Jlilnois.
W. C. Shoemaker, Mitchell & Lynde
building, Kock Island, Illinois.
F. Dickinson Letts, 34 McManus
building, Davenport, lown.
II. W. VonMaur,v Boston Store,
Walter Chambers, Kg-bert, Fidler &
Chambers, Davenport, Iowa.
WON BY DE. BARTHOLOMEW
The Chicago Kecord-Herald of yestei
day contained a two column cut and the
following story concerning the recent
honor conferred upon Dr. ltartholomew
referrence to which was made in the
Argils last week:
rrofesaor E. F. Bartholomew. D. D
Ph. D., of Kock Island, 111., recently won
coveted distinction in being elected presi
dent of the International Society of Pia
nnfnrio Trarliers and Plavers. Th as
sociation, with headquarters at Xew
York, is devoted to musical pedagogy
and to the spread of Bound educational
nrim-iile among music teachers and
players. It numbers among its members
many of the most noted music teachers
both of this country and of Europe, being
international in its membership and in
its scope of operation. It is thoroughly
organr.ed and commands a wide range of
intluence. and has for its master spirit
Professor A. K. Virgil of -world-wide
fame. The recognized organ of the so-
L-iotv is the Profession, a quarterly
journal published for the dissemination
of psychological and pedagogical princi
pies among musicians and lovers ol
'To he chosen a head of this society
in preference to candidates from Berlin
and London, is indeed no small honor,
both to Professor Bartholomew and to
tho institution and the city which he
represents. Dr. Bartholomew is profes
sor of English literature and philosophy
in Aucrustana college, and professor of
psychology and aesthetics in Augustana
conservatory of Music, located in Rock
Island. 111. This position he has occu
pied since 1S88. Prior to that ho wa
for some years iiresident of Carthage col
lege. Recently he has traveled esten
sivelv in Europe and tne isles ot tne sea
He is a native of Pennsylvania, having
raduated with hi;h honors from Penn
r.ylania college. Later, at, tne u niver
sitv of Berlin. (Jennany, he studied phil
osotdiv under Stumpf, Paulsen and
Penidcrer. art criticism under Grimm
and Frcv and archaeology under Curtius
He is the author of Outlines of English
Literature and of The Relation of
Psychology to Music, and has contn
buied numerous articles on psychologi
eal. nhilosonhical and pedagogical sub
jecis. Tho honor conferred in electing
him president of the international so
ciety is a deserved recognition of his
rank and abilitv as an educator, in
which capacity he is widely known.
"As an instructor and lecturer ne is
inspiring, sympathetic and helpful,always
sincerely devoted to the welfare oi ins
pupils. His Relation of Psychology to
Music has received the hearty indorse
ment, and even the enthusiastic praise of
many leading musie teachers as tne
pioneer treatise in a new and execeumg
ly important field of investigation."
NEWS IN OUTLINE.
The Iii ited States battleship Indi
ana has left Kingston, Jamaica, for La
The First Congregational church at
Springfield, O., has beon totally de
stroyed by fire. Ixibs. $2j.O00.
The report In Boer circles at Faria
Is that Botha hag 24,000 men In the
The Yale boating authorites have de
clined inviations to row at Henley and
at the Irish meet In Dublin. Cannot
Serious riots br unemployed work
Ing men occurred Saturday at Buda
Since Dec. 100 fighting burghers
have been captured in the Orange
This Is a gloomy Christmas in Ger
many. Half a million persons are un
employed and the consequent wretch
edness darkens the holidays.
Four carloads of exhibits for the
World's fair have arrived iu St. Louts.
They constitute a part of Mexico's dis
play at the Pan-American.
The south-bound stage between Lay
tonvllle and Wlllits. Cal., -was robbed
Saturday half a mile above the latter
Fifteen buildings were destroyed by
tire Saturday at Madera, a town twenty-three
miles west of Fhillipsburg,
Creditors have petitioned tbat the
DayvilJe Wollen company, of Kiliingly,
Conn., lie declared bankrupt.
Farmer Will Hanner, aged 22. was
struck by a train and killed at Wheel
Frank Schleutter was found frozen
to death in the hay loft of a barn near
A seat In the New York Stock Ex
change sold Saturday for $73,000.
The negro Parker, who knocked
down Czolgosz after be bad shot the
president, has been given a position at
Abram W. Chapman, aged 64. presi
dent of the Muncie (Ind.) Savings and
Loan company, is dead.
No one can reasonably hope for
good health unless his bowels move
each tiay. When this is not attended
to, disorders of tbe stomach arise,
biliousness, headache dyspepsia, and
piles soon follow. If you wish to
avoid these ailments keep your
bowels regular by taking Chamber
Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
when required. They arc so easy to
take and mild and gentle in effect.
For sale by all druggists.
If you would have an, appetite like,
a bear and a relish for. your meals
take Chamberlain's Stomach and Liv
er Tablets. They correct disorders
of the stomach and regulate the liver
and bowels. Price, 23 cents. Samples
free, at all drug stores.
CURED HER nTJSBANTJ.
Mrs. Bert Jenklnson, Oshkosh, Wis.,
says: "My husband doctored and used
many kidney remedies for a kidney
backache without relief. He recently
purchased a box of KId-Ne-Oids, and
received an immediate and complete
cure." 50c coated tablets. Easy to take.
T. 1L THOMAS, Leading Druggist.
Chicago, Dec. 23. Following are the open
ing highest, lowest and closing quotations
in today's markets:
Dec. 77H: 7H: 77; 7,.
May, K),ft8m: Pi's: 80?,; 82b.
Dec, Vl: 64: s: 64b.
May, V7&6i; 67: 66V: 7b.
July, Wttfy&Hi; 6Hi
Dec, 44V 44T!; 44"4 4H.
May, 45!(ft45tt: 45H; 45; 4S?,'.
Dec, 15. SO; 15.20: 15.20: 15.20.
Jan.. 16.42: 16.45: 16.40: 16:45.
May, 16.B2ai6.87; 1692; 16.82; 16.92.
Dec, 75; 9.75: 0.75; 9.75s.
Jan., 9.77; 9.77; 9.78: 9.75s.
May, 9.80; 9.85; 9.80; 9.82.
Dec, 8.40; 8.40; 8.40; 8.4a
Jan.. 8.37; 8.4i; 8.37; 8.40.
May. 8.62; 8.6o;8.60; 8.65.
Receipts today: Wheat 25: corn 172: oats
142: hops 40.000; cattle IH.'jOO; sheep 20,000.
Ho? market onened Kteadv to he hleher.
Light, .S.vi 6.10: mixed and butchers. tb.7htz
o.fto; gooa neavy, iKS.ao&iO.sft; rougn heavy
Cattle market opened steady.
Sheep market oened steady.
Omaha Hog receipts 7.500.
Kansas citv Hog receipts 10,000.
Union Stock yards. 8:40 a. m.
Hoe- market onened dull, penerallv steady
Llsht. S5.0.YTZ.6.00: mixed and butchers. S
650: good neavy. 5.wj6.50; rough heavy
Cattle market opened steady for good
others 10 cents lower. Beeves, f3.7o3i7.50
cows and heifers, fl. 15(34.75: Texas steers,
3.75&f 4.70; stockers and feeders, t2.00g4.25
neep market slow and weak.
Hog market closed Kteadv. Light, fo.055
6.00: mixed and butchers. $5.6.v&6.50: good
heavy. ft.9utf. 6.55: rough heavy o.P0(a6.15.
Cattle market closed stronir to 10c hieher
lor uest, uiarrs hiow.
Kstimated receipts for Tuesday are
wneac .v: corn v; oats iko: nogs 40.000.
Visible supply of train: Wheat 51.091.000.
aecrease n.-i.tu: corn li.ei'i.ooo. decrease 06.
uuo; oats r, 777,000, decrease 85,ooa.
The Chicaeo board of trade was adlourned
over Tuesday and Wednesday. There will
tie no grain markets tomorrow.
New York Storks.
New York. Dec. 23. The following are the
closing uuoiaiions on me New York stock
so. facinc sugar iiib, c o. 46?i
gas 100. fenna. 147V H- & O. 100. C. It. I. &
f. i.mij., MX st.faui i&SM.Mannattan 133S
Pacific Mail 45, Atchison common 78. W. U
Tel. Co. 91. N. Y. Central 166. L. & N
14. H. It. T. AH. K. D. O. pfd. 80i. leather
S ia. 8i4 copper tsti'ii. Aicmson pia. ioov u
. Steel pfd. 92V U. S. Steel common 42H
Missouri Pacitlc Ilia. Union Pacific common
l"l V coal and iron 62Vi. Krie common 4U
(Jan. common i.-i. can. pia
Corn New. Toe
Hay Timothy, $14; prairie, 112.
Coal 3 per ton.
Itutter Choice to fair. 2IC: fresh creamery.
Hens 5hc per pound.
Spring chickens 6c per pound.
Turkeys 8c per pound.
Ducks 7c per pound.
Cattle Butchers nay for corn fed ulcers
iHCdMic; cows anu nciiers. sucozic: calves.
Spring Lambs t2.60ffiH a head.
Should Convince the Greatest Skeptic In
Hccause its evidence in Hock Island
is from a citizen, perhaps a neighbor,
Investigation will confirm it.
Mr. F. J. Wivill of 1511 Seventh av
enue, carpenter, says: "I was so
sore and lame across my back that I
could not stoop over far enough to
tie. my shoes. When 1 was obliged to
pick anything from the floor I had to
get down on my knees to -avoid the
sharp shooting pains through my kid
neys. There was a dull heavy pain in
my back and also weakness of the
kidneys which was very annoying. I
used many remedies, but I got little
or no benefit until 1 tried Duan's Kid
ney Pills, obtaining them at the Har
per House drug store. They effected
a complete and permanent cure."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the U. S.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no substitute.
Saturday, Dec. 28.
Matinee and Evening.
Kirke La Shecle's Charming
"The Princess Chic"
positively In the cast. Four clever
Comedians. Chorus of 50.
Prices 50 cents to $1.50.
CoclI's Out AgaJn.
Do you want an article
which will burn? Try'
for cook stoves and you
will be pleased.
E. B. McKown,
Fifteenth street and First Avenue.
r. -a -
3,000 pairs of
Ladies Fine Stioes
All leathers. All styles. Which we
are selling this week at
$2149 a Pair.
Regular Price $5, $4.50 and $4.
If you don't want to buy, call and
inspect them anyway.
Opposite Harper House.
WANTED A girl at Wright's restaurant,
ivss secona avenue
WANTED A girl tor second cook at Kirk-
man s restaurant, anor inn avenue.
WANTED MALE HELP.
WANTED Collector and salesman. Inquire
Singer omce, lftitf becona avenue, m. mc
WANTED A (rood, reliable oil salesman, on
commission or salary. Address Quaker
Oil and implement company, Cleveland
WANTED Men with rig to introduce Mon
arch Poultrv Mixture: 20 weekly and ex
penses: vear's contract: weekly pay Ad
dress with stamp. Monarch Manufactur
ing company, liox ltoi, t.pnngneia. iil.
WANTED Salesmen competent to sell a
moner makintr snecialtv to the tcrocerv
and general store trade. Address Stand
ard Manutacturing company, jjecaiur,
111. None but nrst-class men who can give
bond need apply.
WANTED Men to learn barber trade. Only
eight weeks required Special induce
ments for so davs. can earn scnoiarsnip.
board, tools, transportation and wages
Saturdays if desired. Positions guaran
teed. Catalogue free. Write Moler Bar
ber college, cnicago, in.
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED To rent a house of seven or
eight rooms between Seventeenth and
Twenty-fifth streets and Fifth and Fourth
avenues. Aa areas -u, Argus.
nTAVTrn Tn hmf a hnuue of rIx nr even
rooms, or a lot to Duua on. write, stating
location and price. Aaaress-u. i, Argus,
WANTED Any person who will distribute
circulars lor 93 aauy snouia aaaress stan
dard company. 4 Wells. Chicago. Steady
position. No canvassing.
WANTED Work In upholstering, cabinet
making ana repairing oi an mnas. won
called for ana delivered and satisfaction
guaranteed. Also manuiacturer or Easy
Bright furniture polish. Call on or address
ii v. Christ, 2119 Fourth avenue. Give
him a trial.
tit . T."T-f T"l 4nf.staTillcrlf.fi wtlAlfRfllf house
Min v inrnmoraieu. cilcuuiuk uumucmi.
desires to engage competent manager for
brancn nouse. saiary ciw jici iuuui.ii, ex
penses and commission. Must invest S1.000
in capital stocx oi company, on which oivi
dend of 6 per cent will be guaranteed, and
furnisn satlsiactory reierences. auuicm,
Secretary, box 4W Kansas City, Mo.
trriMipnct.i.if nn r.prr navd rash weeklv
It VOU Sell MOTK UCCS. uvuir.u 4w.,
Danville, N. Y.
MEN Our catalogue explains how we teach
trie Daruer i.ri.uc iu cim " . .
free. Moler college, Chicago, 111.
FOR TRADE Five-room house and lot in
Milan for team or tenant larming umu
Price 1600. Address Box 1658, Milan, IIL
P WILLIAMSON bays, sells and ex
changes all kinds of second hand goods,
will pay more than anv other dealer and
sells cheaper. All kinds of stove repairing
and cleaning done also. J. P. Williamson,
1515 Second avenue. Telephone 4884.
IF YOU WANT to buy. sell, trade or rent
anything, engage neipor secure a huuu
the Mail is the one paper tnMoline that can
do it for you. Mail wants are ponular and
Mail wants bring results. One-halt cent
per word is the price to all alike, cash in
advance. S-cent stamps will do. Evening
and Sunday Mail. Mollne. IIL
DO YOU WANT AGENTS? Many years' ex
. . . 1 . 1 ......I inn . n iHva vm.
valuable Information along lines that will
assure vou success. Ask for free letters
of Information and bulletin of dally papers
that pay. We also start responsible par
ties In the mail order and agency supply
business. Lord A Carver. Racine, Wis.
MONEY TO LOAN In any amount, on any
kind or securitv. Also cnoice property ior
sale or rent. w. L. Coyne, 830 Seventeenth
WANTED To loam money on diamonds.
watches. Jewelry, naraware, musical in
struments, bicycles, clothing, dry goods,
furniture, etc Highest cash prices paid
for second hand goods of aU kinds also.
The above goods for sale at half tbe usual
tore prices. All business transactions
strictly confidential. His new number and
location. 1623 Second avenue. Don't forget
IU J. W. Jones. Two rings on 1347.
MAGNETIC HEALING Miss Dorothy Den
ton, magnetic neaier ana paimist. Kooras
51 and 62, McCullough block, Davenport.
Hours 1 to 5. and 7:30 to 9 p. m.
MADAM ST. MARIE, palmist and clairvoy
ant, tells you tne past, present ana iuture
correctly. TeUs you everything pertain
ing to business, marriage, divorce, love
affairs, sickness, death, accidents and
everthing of interest. One call will prove
her wonderful acenracy. Ofllce hoars from
1 to 10 p. m. 705 Fourth avenue.
ANSWERS TO WANT ADS.
ANSWERS to the following are at this office:
-W. a," : e. c. is." o: "D;" "u. su,"4;
-E. F. P.:" 'Z. "O 57," 2; "Grocer;"
Printer;" "R S3."
Subscribe for The Argus.
from the factory
Rock Island, 111.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Two rooms tor light house-
cciug. iouq secona avenue.
FOR RENT Two rooms. In suite, with or
without meals, at 140& Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT Room and board, with heat
and bath, for two gentlemen. At 1116 Sec
FOR RENT -Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping; also nicely furnished sleep
ing rooms at 1405 Second avenue. .
FOR RENT A large front room nicelv fur
nished. steam heat, gas and bath. Includ
ing nrst-class table board, at Mrs Shaab's,
No. 1-229 Second avenue; telephone 13S.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT S. S. Hull has several houses for
rent from 10 to .). call at room 15, Mit
chell t Lynde building.
FOR SALE. Two cottages, have to be mov
ed off lot immediatelv. Inquire of Harris
Bros.. 1121 Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT A 3-room house at 80SH Ninth
street for J6 per month. Apply to Sweeney
& Walker, Bengston block.
FOR RENT ft-room house with all modern
improvements at 1928 Ninth avenue. In
quire at 90S Twentieth street.
FOR RENT Cottage of five rooms, good cel
lar, large yard, city water, to small fam
ily. Rent f 10. Inquire 1110 Third avenue.
FOR RENT New 8-room house with all mod
ern improvements, good location, rent
cheap it taken soon. Gordon and Bowman.
FOR RENT Six-room house, just completed.
aii mooera conveniences, not ana com
water, heat and light. Located 1115 Nine
teenth street. Apply T. E. Vletch, Harper
FOR RENT A new 5-room cottage. 518
Forty-second street. This cottage is newly
painted and papered. Has bath room,
closet, bet and cold water, gas and gas fix
tures. It is near to the new milk concern
and Moline factories and Rock Island arse
naL Rent very reasonable. Will be va.
cant in a few days. Apply to Goldsmith &
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
FOR SALE A choice 10-acre fruit farm for
sale in South Rock Island. Finely im
proved. See Reldy Bros.
FOR SALE A lot in Black Hawk addition
wu r luccuiu siren, near xweiltu avenue.
Inquire at 825 Twelfth street.
FOR SALE Lots in McEnlry's addition by
r. j. iiuros. room iz, Aiitcneii jc Lynae
building. These lots are on Sixth avenue,
between Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth
streets. Convenient to Fifth avenue or Elm
street car lines. Terms to suit purchaser.
FOR SALE Lots inVelie's addition, south
oi isatewoou parte, mat nave Deen selling
from 30C to 1400 per lot, will, for the next
60 days, sell for C200 to t250 per lot. This
property lies southeast of Edge wood park,
and they are all nice, level lots. It Is a big
bargain for investors or home - seekers.
For sale by RE. Morgan. Rooms 3 and 4.
Skinner building. Moline. IIL
FOR SALE If you intend to build a nice
home in tbe spring, please investigate the
beautiful lots we nave in Highland park.
This is the most desirable residence por
tion of the city. It is almost certain the
Tri-City Railway company will enter . this
district within a short time. These lots
are amply shaded by large natural trees:
sewers, water mains, electric lights, etc..
alreadv in None but high grade homes In
the neighborhood. These lots within a
vear will increase in value 25 per cent
The fall or winter is the time to purchase
building lots: all 50H40 feet. Apply to
Goldsmith &, McKee
FOR 8ALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE HoteL restaurant, lanndry and
otner tines oi ousiness. Eastman A Co.,
1714H Second avenue.
FOR SALE Heavy draught mare, gray in
coior. sound ana years oia. uaii at
office of the Hammond Packing company.
Third avenue and Twenty-fourth street.
FOR SALE A first-class second-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 &
FOR SALS Parlor suite, dining room furni
ture, Dtaroom suite, two carpets. Ettcnen
table and chairs, used onlv four months.
Would like to sell in bulk ff possible. lot
quire at 2110 Fifth avenue.
FOR SALE A complete bookkeeping scnoi
arsnip witn tne international correspond
ence schools. Will sell at less than cost at
club rate. Cash or monthly payments.
Address "A S3," Argus office. -
FOR SALE We have a few extraordinary
good bargains in watches, diamond and
clothing. AU other merchandise muwt go
at 46 cents on the dollar all this month.
Liberal amounts forwarded on all articles
of value. The Greater New . York xan
bank. 320 Twentieth street. Phone 5723
LOST AND FOUND
LOST -A gentleman's gold ring wit h six
diamond cnips tn tne set, wnicn represent
ed the letter S. Return to Argus ohice and
be rewarded. " t
LOST A pair of gold-rim nose glares, be
tween tne piow snop ana 'i-wenty-seventn
street and Fifth avenue. Finder leave at
Argus office and receive reward.
LOST From a wacron, a package of dry
goods tne largest articles oeing niankelx
and quilts between Twenty-seventh and
Twelfth streets on Ninth avenne. - Reward
wtll be given for its return to Mr. Geller
man. 617 Ninth street.
LOST A roll of bills amounting tor on
Second avenne between Twenty -t rst street
and M. St K.'s store. Finder wM be liber
ally rewarded by returning to ZVJiH Fifth
avenue or io Argus omce.