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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1902
Ate caused by a weak, tm&ealthy
condition of the Kidneys, which '
will prove fatal if not
Read the unsolicited testimonial of Mr. C W.
Dunn, of Syracuse, who was cured by
Warner's Safe Cure.
A TRIAL BOTTLE OP THIS, THE
ONLY ABSOLUTE CURE FOB DIS
EASES OK THE KIDNEYS, LIVER,
BLADDER AND BLOOD, BENT 1 FREE.
POSTPAID TO ANY READER OF THIS
Mr. C. "W. Dunn, for a number of y jars a
United States detectivo, who lives at 217
Cavuga Street, says: 44 During theearlypnrt
of last year, my kidneys became weak, 1 had
pains in my back, my urine became yellow
and muddy, my skin and the whites of my
eyes turned a sickly yellow. - Sly mother ed
vised me to use Warner's Safe Cure as it had
cured my father of serious kidney and bladder
troubles several years ago. I purchased o
bottle, and when I had taken about threi:
quarters of it I felt a change come over ino, my
urine was its natural color and I did not hav
pais in passing it, tho yellow sallowness cf .'
my skin ami eyes, and by the time I baO
taken the wholo bottle I was completely
cured, I have had no pains in my back and
inv appetite is good. 1 will never be without
a bottle of your valuable medicine in the
house. 1 heartily recommend it to anyone who
is troubled with weak and unhealthy kidneys.
IF IN DOUBT MAKE THIS TEST.
Put some urine in a glnrs ; eftor it stand?
24 hours if you tind a reddish brickdust sedi
ment in it, or particles Hooting in the urine,
or if it is cloudy, you will know yonr kidney;
are in a diseased condition and aro unable to
perform their work, the result will bo the
bladder and urinary organs will become in
flamed, uric acid will poison tho blood, tl:
stomach will become atFected and unable t:
digest the food, the system will bocomo tvecJ:
and the result will be a breakdown of the
general health, with Bribt's disease or dir.
betes, which will prove fatal if not troatt
with promptness and great care.
WARNER'S SAFE GIM
will purify and strengthen tho kidneys anu
enable them to do their work ; it will cure
pains in the back, rheumatism, rheumatic
gout, diabetes, Blight's disease, uric acid
poison, eczema, jaundice, inflammation of th?
bladder and urinary organs, and restoro the
patient's health and vigor.
A freo trial bottle cas often been suf
ficient to cure cases of kidney disease when
the simple home test described above has been
made in the earlier stages of the disease.
Warner's Safe Cure is what you need. Yoti
can buy it at any drug 6tore, wo sizes, 50
cents and ?1.00 a bottle. Bo 6ure you get
Warner's Safe Cure, substitutes contain dan
gerous drugs. There is none 44 just us good "
as Warner's Safe Cure.
Warner's Safe Cure is purely vejretnble trad
contains no narcotics, or harmful drugs.
(Beware of so-called kidney cures which are
full of sediment and-of bail odor, they injure
the system.) "Safe Cure" does not constipate;
it is a most valuable and effective tonic; it
kills the disease germs; it is a stimulant to
digestion and awakens the torpid liver.
Warner's Safe Pills move the boweT.
gently and aid a speedy cure.
TRIAL BOTTLE FREE
To convince every "sufferer from riisenrpr
of the kidneys, liver, bladder nnd blood
that Warners Safe Cure will cure them, ;
trial bottle will be sent absolutely frre, post
paid, Also a valuable medical booklet w hicl
tells all about the diseases of the kidneys
liver and bladder, with a rrcscripticji to?
each disease, and many of the thousands of
testimonials received daily from pratcfu"
patients who have been cured by Warner'
Safe Cure. All you bnve to do is to writ
Warner's" Safe Cure Company, Eovboster
N. Y., and mention having read this libers'
offer in this paper. The genuineness cf thi
offer 13 fully guaranteed by the publisher.
For the Inner Man
We have everything'- Our dis
play of fruits and vegetables is
the most complete to be found
anj-where. Look over this list
and select yonr Sunday dinner:
Celery. Green onions.
Parsley. Head Lettuce,
Soup Bunches. Egg Plant.
CauliCower. Wax Beans.
Mushrooms Squash -
pantsh Union Spinach
Tokay, Malaga and Concord Grapes
quinces and Sweet Apples.
Eating and Cooking Apples
Oranges " Persimmons
Poultry a.nd FisH.
Dre"ed Chicken Fresh Fish
Turkeys. Ducks. Geese
Canned Oysters. Bulk Oysters
1620 Second Ave. Phone 1031.
If so call at Bowlby's. They
carrv the lamest and most
complete line of Cameras
O and supplier in the city. '
S Fresh-films and printing
i papers always in stock.
FREE DARK .ROOM,
g Eastman Kodak Agency at
5 1609 1609H Hreond Aron. -
IS ACTIVE ALREADY
Republican Politics in State of
Iowa is Stirring
CUMMINS SURE OF REUOMINATIOU
That ia the Opinion Expressed by
Those Who Claim to
les Moines, la".. I)cc. 2. Republic
an politics in Iowa are much more ac
tive at present than is usual so soon
after election, especially as the elec
tion next year will only uffect state
GOVERNOR A. B. CUMMINS
olitciu'ls. It is nicrally thought by
politicians tii'tt lovPi norCuuiuiiiis will
be rcMoniina'cif w ith little opposition.
Tin re are rumors of opposition to him,
but these do rot 'appear to be founded
cn tinv other basis than the talk of
newspaper men. who mysteriously tell
of what they surmise is taking place
in political circles.
No Opposition In SI eh t.
Coveinor Cummins may have oppo
sition. 'but at present It does not look
ns if the opposition would materialize.
Political leaders of the state, regard
less of faction, express the opinion
that he will lie renominated and re
elected. No olio has been mentioned
as a candidate against him except
Speaker Henderson, and no significance
is attached ; this announcement, as
it is not believed that the speaker will
enter the race.
t'ity Council Kooui, Kock Island, Dec.
1. The Council met in regular semi
monthly session at S p. in., Mayor Knox
presiding, and all the aldermen present
The minutes of the last regular meeting
were road and approved.
Alderman Anderson, from the finance,
committee, submitted nil ordinance
which was ordered considered and passed
bv unanimous vote, allowing bills out of
the various municipal funds as follows:
LAROR PAY ROLL. 15 3 4
J Anthony lf ." 8 75 10 50 10 50
K A Brashep 10 50 7 00 8 7 5 70
John Haley '.. 3 50 5 36 5 25
Geo McCarl 3 95 1 75 1 75 1 75
.1 Jamison 10 50 10 50 10 50 10 50
M Lcip. 1 75 4 40 4 65 2 5
M Klaus 1 75
John Ehlers 10 50 6 15 7 90 3 50
n Brinn SO 90 3 50 2 65
H Delsenroth K 75 7 90 7 00 11 40
S Lukenbil! 3 50
Geo Mc Geo 1 75 3 50
R Buncber 3 50 5 25 5 25 3 70
M Pender 1 75 5 25 3 50
K McQuade 1 75 5 25 1 75 90
P. McQulre 1 73 3 50 2 65
F Sjoblad ." 1 U0 5 25 1 75 2 65
P Clark 10 60 9 65
A Donaway 2t 00 12 25 17 50 10 50
Win McDonald 17 50 12 25 14 00
M McDonald 3 50
II Schmacht Hi 20 7 00 10 50 3 50
H Utke 2 5 3 50 6 15
F Johnson 4 40 3 60
0 MeAullft 2 65 3 50 3 50
A Brady 1 75 1 75 3 50
L D Hoover 3 00
1 Barnhoune 21 00
K Blochlinger 5 00
R Schmacht -5 25
Andrew Nelson 33 25
Win Payson 9 00
W R Brown 10 50
Isaa4 Nails 6 75
Orover Alls 1 50
D McGilliway 5 25
F McQuade 5 23 3 50
W O-Brien 10 50 10 00
P Conwell 1 75
W Morrln 4 40 350
James Marshall 3 50
Jas McCarl 3 50 1 75
Ja Kox 14 00 7 00
Job Henrichs 2 25
C Ewert 10 50
Fred Ehlers , 3 50
8 Lynch 8 95
V Ferris .' 8 10
Jos Wheelan 7 90
J H Clarke : . . . . 11 35 17 50
Wm Cook 610 8 75
Gus Bruhn 2 80
Labor pay roll.. 49 75 Lottie Glass ... 18 05
Labor pay roll.. 99 03 O Hakelier 15 00
L Drack ...113 40 Nettle A Speer.. 4 00
R ILbr Co 50 06Cralle & Co..'... 3 00
W & D 24 Iff
Labor pay roll.. 96 35 Labor pay roll.. 32 00
Labor pay roll.. 74 15 J Williams 45 00
Labor pay roll.. 64 15 J F Robinson est 12 50
" LONG VIE W PARK
Labor pay roll .. 10 50 Union Ptg Co... 3 50
Labor pay roll.. 43 70 R I Argus 3 50
Labor pay roll.. 9 65
2nd WARD SIDEWALK.
Labor pay roll.. 21 60 Labor pay roll .. 18 80
Labor pay roll.. 6 25
5th WARD SIDEWALK
Labor pay roll . . 33 25 '
6th WARD SIDEWALK.
Labor pay roll.. 20 60 J
Labor pay roll. . SO 70 Wm Klockau .. 130
Labor pay roll . . 38 75
Labor pay roll ..7 0-1 Mueller Lbr Co 18 29
Labor pay rMI. . -24 95 M 'Mints 1 00
R I Sand & G Co 22 H Wm Klockau . .. 35
3rd WARD SIDEWALK.
Labor pay roll ."V 35 65
1st WARD SIDEWALK.
Labor pay roll 31 50
Aur Vincent '.. 52 50 Wm O-Brien .... 13 25
F Yerbury 75 00 Wm Klockau ... 9 45
Sam Knox 45 00 Oliver Typewriter 7 C 0
E Osterman ... 66 25 Mrs A Tegeler .. 6 00
Tony Harper 47 25 W Stockham ... 4 90
Jos DeSilva CO 00 McCullom 2 00
Union Pt Co... 82 SO V Peter 160
K I Argus 61 30
III. Ftg uo 12 m) Phil Wilcber 6 50
H Schmacht 9 Zj Crampton St Co. . 4 03
M Judson 8 00
SPENCER SQUARE ACCOUNT.
R Crampton, Park Co mmissloner 72 35
GARNSEY SQUARE ACCOUNT.
William Sehnert. Park Commissioner ... 26 50
People's Power Co. 1,303 22
B P Knox 100 00 F G Gall 36 00
II C Schaffcr 100 00 Wm Hause 36 00
J K Scott .... 'J 66 Wm Kennedy.... 36 00
W J Gamble 66 66 G W McCaskrin 36 00
W Triechler 66 66 Carl Naab 36 00
W H Gest Jr.... 8 33 A F Sodcrstrom 36 00
A G Andersou ... 30 00 Wm Trefr 36 00
n II Hirkel ...33 OOF Westbay 36 00
F W Wlocblinger 36 00 Geo White 36 00
L V Eokhart . . 30 00 C K Willis 36 00
Jas Darnell ... i6 25 Ernest Riti ...10 20
IJ J McCabc .. 69 58T F Laflin 51 50
A Etzel 66 25 J Slegriat 14 17
Henry Thode .. 61 25 J s Gilniore 13 08
D McCarthy 61 25 G Pearsoll &Son 9 00
Chas Moody .. 6125.1 M Schaab 6 40
II Sehnert 61 25 M J Phillips... 6 20
John Bowes .. 61 25 SmJtb & Hause 6 00
Sid Pearson ... tl !a Mont. & Cacpb-R 4 25
A Carlson 61 25 it M Janes 3 50
Jas Brinn 61 25 Phil Weber 3 50
Geo Pahl 61 ib-W & I 3 17
Wm Ferkel 61 25 Union Ptg Co... 2 80
K P Kell 1 25 Phil Wilcber .. 2 75
J B Green 61 25 F W Means ... 2 00
O A Bergston. 61 25 Channon P & Co 2 00
FIRE DEPARTMENT NO. 1.
Chas Hastings 71 d Union Ice & C Co 9 00
Peter Frey 62 33 Trl-City Tr Co. 660
Geo. Newberry 55 Oo Mrs M Egan 5 50
A McDonald .. 63 John Gibson .. 4 00
J Sullivan . 6o 00 H Darts Sons .. 4 00
I. Anderson ... 50 00 Smith & Hause. 4 00
Homer Wirt 50 00 It I S & I") Wrks 3 77
Wm Ryerson 50 00 It I Steam L. .. 3 00
P Coughlin 21 58 W B Graves ... 2 2
J . Volk & Co. .. 10 97.1 M Scbnab ... 1 60
V Deisenroth .. 59 lt Chas Schroeder 39 84
Geo Hoist 50 W J M Schaab . ; 17 50
Win Krueger 50 00 M Corcoran ... 5 5
Jas Mulcahy .. 59 16 C llininan 2 50
Win Long 5"i&0Mary Mitchell... 2 40
H Hermann 55 00 R I Lbr Co 1 C7
Aug. Schmidt.. 50 00 Jno Volk & Co.. 1 3S
Phil Weber 3 00 J M Schaab Di
Water works construction account.
Labor pay roll. 125 30 R I Plow Co... 6o 83
Labor pay roll. 117 10 Kavmond L Co 32 8T
Labor pay roll. 97 25 II F Lamp 55 00
Labor pay roll.. 86 40C L Carpenter.. 65 00
Labor pay roll. 97 60 M Schillinger ..13 10
Labor pay roll. 84 05 Laniont Coal Co 7 92
H II Harris 65 00 F W Means 2 00
Geo Wallick 65 00
Labor pay roll .. 20 60 Ed Bush 55 00
Labor pay (roll 17 30 P T Bancroft,
P T Bancroft ..l"O00 clerk lino ... 2s 00
W Wise 77 60 Holly Mfg Co. . 40 00
B S Durling... 70 00 Wm Klockau .. 5 20
Wm Spraguo . . 70 00 K I S & U Wrks 2 OS
Jas Farrell 6000CRI&P RyCo 1 6S
G Walters 55 00 Matchless P Co.. 1 2:
D Fleming 1.3 00
Contingent 376 47 Garnsey square 26 50
Bridge 324 15 Light 1.30.1 22
Long View Park 70 S3 Salary S97 31
2 ward sldewlk 15 03 Police 1.15S 83
6 ward sidewk 20 60 Fire dept 1 53126
5 ward sidewlk 33 23 Fire dept 2 222 no
Street 120 75 Fire dept 3 231 06
Sewer 73 9:5
3 ward sidewlk 35 65 $6.1.18 45
1 ward sldewlk 3L 50 W'rw'ks Con 2.16 08
Health 37S 60 Reservoir et...61S32
Printing 145 70 W'rw'ks Con 336 08
Office 39 40
Spencer square 72 35 J7.74S 46
l'levioiis to the passage of the ordin
ance a hill. of K. II I.ump, for $7!.70, was
almwed ami ordered attached.
Odicers report for the month of N'o
vciiiImt were read and ordered placed
A bill nf the Kivcr Improvement Com
mit Ice for was referred to the finance
committee and city attorney on motion
of Alderman Kenned v.
A petition of the Peoples' Power Co.
for leave to open a paved street was
Petitions of . K. K. Ijunp, Blake &
Murphy, llosenlicld Tiros., and Cliannon,
Perry & Co., for leave to make newer
connections, was referred to the sewer
committee, with power to act.
T5ids for the Detention Hospital im
provement were opened. Hudson Si Col-'
lins proposed to do sccilicd work for
.l..'5.Vlr John Konoskv $.MI; John "!.
Uaf l,t:J: Henry Tappendorf 1,4S2;
and John llauschield for $l,4!):i. The
contract was awarded to John Konoskv
on motion of Alderman Kennedy, and
Architect Drack was employed to super--
vise the work at a, compensation of 2
The Mayor and Clrk were instructed
to return checks to the unsuccessful bid
Aid. McCaskrin called on the city
attorney for an opinion as to the le-
fral status of the Koek river bridges.
City Attorney Scott said in rejdy
that they could be abandoned by or
dinance, and the local towns, aided
by the county board, would necessar
ilv become resionsibIe. At Mr. Mc-j
Caskrin's suggestion Mr. Scott will
present a written report on the sub
ject at the next rjfular meeting-.
Aid. McCaskrin' moved that the city
attorney be instructed to legin in
junction proceedings against the
Central Union Telephone company.
Aid. Ilirkel amended by moving- that
instruments used by the city be or
dered removed. After debate a reso
lution by Aid. Call laying the matter
in the hands of the city attorney for
the present Was adopted.
Aid. Anderson submitted a report
of a visit to Quiney in connection
with tho waterworks and the river
convention, and the rejHirt deals with
the new and eflicient purifier with a
recommendation that experiments be
inade with tlie new coagiilentj The
report was adopted.
L. V. Kckhnrt was named by the
mayor as a member of the conwnittee
on the revision of the ordinances.
Aid. Kennedy moved that when the
committee on revising the ordinances
is ready to report to the committee
of 1he whole the ordinances shall be
adopted section by section before any
printing- is done. Adopted.
Aid. Anderson moved that the clerk
and superintendent, be instructed , to
purchase three of the, whistling de
vices for promoting- the safety of
steam boilers. Adopted.
Adjourned on motion of Aid. Willis.
.i:': ,' jCiV Clerk.
MURDER TRIAL IS ON
Tona Dunlap Confident of Ac
quittal by Jury at
THEEE SPECIAL VENIRES DBAWU
Accused Girl Shqws Effects of Three
Monthf? Spent in
The trial of Miss Tona Dunlao for
the murder of Miss Allie Duol by
poisoninir with strvchniiie on the ev
ening- of August. 7 began yesterday in
the ilercer county circuit court at
The defendant. Miss Ihiiikin. con
tinues stoutlv to maintain lu-i- inno
cence, anil says she looks forward to
only one termination of 1 lie trial, and
that is that the jury will lind her not
guilty. As she entered the court
room yesterday she was paler than
when tdaced in iail nearly II ccks
ago, but was strong- ami showed no
sign of the continue;! menial si ram.
Uiiring- the wccks ox ner incarcera
tion some members of her own family
or some relative was constantly with
her in jail until about ten days ago.
when this ar.raiigcmciit was discon
tinued on the order of Sheriff Ti.m-
liuson, and a woman iu no way con
nected with the family was given her
as a companion. She was accompan
ied in court by her mother. Mrs. Mary
Dunlap. ami sister. .Miss l.essie.
rrnt of Ieud lrl Prertcnt
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Dool. father
ami mother of the dead girl, sat at a
table not far from Miss Dunlap.
Judge Frank I). Uainsay. of Morri
son, is presiding. For a time it was
rumored that the attorneys for tho
defense would ask a change of venue
to another count v. The defense, how
ever, announce their intention of
placing mi obstacle in the way of im
mediate and speedy trial at Aledo.
Three snecial venires .of 40 iurors
each have been drawn in addition to
the regular panel of .!(. making 1.1U
men to start on.
Shortly after the examiniiiLr of iur
ors was begun a discussion arose
touehiiiir the propriety of certain
questions the state's attorney was
employing in examination. A couple
of hours were lost in looking up au
thorities :tli'l court :l I ii ll r lief 1 for t lie
day with the question still unsettled.
It is not expected that the jury
will be securc'l before lite last of the
Itctter Than h PlMxter
t . .: r n i .1.. i .. :i.
, I'irrr oi iiciiinti iui iiij'rnt u
Chamberlain's Pain Calm and bound
m the affected parts is better than a
plaster for a lame liacU ami lor pains
: . i. . i 1...1...
ill I lie sioe or ciicsi. i inn iaou na
no superior as a liniment for the re
lief f deep seated, muscular ami
rheumatic pains. For sale by all drug
WANTED Furnaces to take care of at rea
sonable price, fall at 10s Fourteenth
tilt A IN ANU PROVISIONS
H. J. TOHElt A A). Hrokers. Davenport.
Stocks, grain, provisions, cotton. 1'rlvaie
wire to New York and Chicago. Oflices
1(9 Main Btreet. Telephone 107.
GEORUB H. SIDWELL & tt.-Com mission
merchants, (irain. hav and provisions.
Members of the Chicago boat of trade
and Chicago Stock exchange. Established
25vears. No. Mi and M:t Kialto building.
Long distance phone. Harrison 2tfO.
FRANK NRWBERO. the up-to date tailor.
locateu ai aw rwennein streei. miicx
HUtm to order from t-.1i and up. and trous
ers from 15 and up All wotk guaranteed
satisfactory. All kinds ot repair work
neativ and promptly done.
MADAM ST. MA RIFT, palmist and clatrvoy-
correctly. Telia you everything pertain
ing to business, marriage, divorce, love
affairs, nickness, death, accidents and
everthine of interest. One call will prov
ber wonaerful accuracy. Office hours f roir
I In in p. m 7 Oft FViurth avenii ,
INSURANCE on dwellings and household
E antes, lowest rates C. R. Charaberlin,
itcnell & Lynde block. Phone 103a
TORNADO INSURANCE Rates for city
property so cents per 1100 one year, 411 oenta
per 1100 three years. 00 cents per 100 Ove
years. Call or address C R. Charaberlin
Agent. Mitchell to Lynde building. .
HAYES & CLEAVE LAND The pioneer
agency. Old time and nre tested compa
nies. Fire, lightning, plate glass, tornado,
accident, life, or almost, any form of risk.
Ground Boor otflces 810 to 818. Eighteenth
ANY man or woman mar increase their io
come flu a week during unemployed nours
For particulars address Paul Hitterman.
care of The Wale. Dubuque. Iowa.
IF YOU WISH your money to earn a higher
banks, call on Marion K. Sweeney, attor
ney, rooms 83-86. Mitchell & Lynde building,
. P. WILLIAMSON buys, sella and ex
changes all kinds of second hand goods,
will pay more than any other dealer and
ells cheaper. All kinds of stove repairing
and cleaning done also. J. P. Williamson.
1615 Second avenue. Telephone 4884.
MOLER Barber college, Chicago. 111., wants
men to learn oarit:r trade weauy prac
tice, expert Instructions, tools presented.
wag a Saturdays, board provided. Illus
trated catalogue with .souvenir comb
mailed free. - - -
DO YOU WANT AGENTS? Many years' ex
perience places ua In a position to give you
valuable Information along lines that will
assure you success. Ask lor free letters
of information and bulletin of daily papsrs
that pay. We also start responsible par
ties In the mall order and agency supply
business. Lord & Carver. Racine. Wis.
IF YOO WANT to buy, sell, trade or rent
anjiaiDfr, engage neipor secure a
the Mall is the one paper in Moline that can
do It for you. Mail wants are popular and
Mail wants bring results. One-naif cent
per word is the price to all alike, cash in
advance. -cent stamps will do. Evening
and Saturday Mall, Moline. Ill
WANTKD HAXK HELP
A porter at the Rock Island
WANTED Bell boys at the Harper house.
WANTED A Janitor -white or colored -at
tae Rock island uiub.
WANTED Driver for tea and coffee wagon
also solicitors at Bartlett Bros.
WANTED-Shoe cutters kid work. E. W.
Wiuiams' shoe factory. Winona. Minn.
WANTED -Ten carpenters: Apl.lv at
Wright's Carriage Body company. Moline.
11. w . iiorst.
WANTED Acook for I'ouFvoung gentlemen.
iio;l wages and easy work. Address - M
Argus ofiu e.
WANTKD Three vouug man trom Rock
Island and vicinity at once to prepxire for
positions in tne government service. Ai-
piv to inter stale corresponaence insti
tute. Cedar Rapids. Iowa.
WANTED - Honkkeeier. qui;k accurate jiost
er. Must be good nm;in and good al lig
ures. tor position as as bookkeeper and as
sistant to treasurer in an ofllre doing a
large nusiness. Opening tors'eadv advance'
menl to right man. Address 11. 2S"care Ar
WANTED FEMALE II ELI.
WANTED - A nurse girl at i815 Seventh ave
WANTED -An assistant al the Union Mis
sion. Sin Fourth avenue.
Wanted -Cirl lor light housework. Ail
dress 2:1." care Argus.
WANTKD- good girl for general house
work at Sri Twenuetn street.
WANTED - A lady cook at tjic Union restau
rant. 21! Seventeenth btreet.
WANTED-Dressmakinc at ion! Fifth ave
nue. Satisfaction guaranteed.
WANTED A pood girl for general house
work in small fatnilv. (iood wages. Aj
ply at ami Seventh avenue.
WANTKD T.adies to learn h irdressi ng.
manicuring aud facial massage. Four
weeks completes. Catalogue mailed. Mo
ler college, Chicago. 111.
WANTED-Ladies to work for us on sewing
machine at home. Materials lurnisned
anv distance. ;ood wages. Stamin-d en
reione for particulars. Arnold's Coiera-
tivc Sewing company, so. hnil. itoston.
WANTED A young girl who. wants oppor-
t n nit r to at tend school to make her home
with a ladv where she would ne expected
to assist with housework. Middle aged
woman without a borne mav have the
same npportunity. Ituiuire al 1J3I Sixth
WANTED - olici'ors for Rock Island and
vicinity. Applv al Room I.V Mitchell &
Lynde building, from 2 to 4 p. in.
WANTED An exiwrienced nursery sales
man, i lood ntcning to the right party.
Address Charlton Nurserv company, es
tablistied lsti., Rochester, N. Y.
WANTED tiood canvassers for a line of
flavoring extracts and toilet preparations.
A liberal commission or salarv. C. W.
Pool. 1517 Fifteenth street. Moline.
WANTED Local representative, male or
female, for large eastern corjioration.
Steady liberal compeofation guaranteed.
Address laul Hitterman, care of The
Wales. Dubuque. Iowa.
WANTED Energetic, trustworthy young
man. alsotoung lady, to take orders and
collect for responsible house, fcj.sn jier
day guaranteed. Chance for advancement-
Call at once. Walter Ebendsay &
Co.. I7nttv4 second avenue. .
WANTED Men tor salesmen. Local or
traveling. We employ on both salary and
commission. Straight, honorable business
that will yield good income. Oursalestnen
make from HO a month up and expenses.
For particulars write. The R. O. Chase Co
Geneva, N. Y.
WANTED Trustworthy person In each
county to manaee ousiness. oia esiaousn
ed honse, solid financial standing: Straight
bona tide weekly cash salary fl paid by
check each Wednesday, with allexpens' -a
direct trom headquarters: money advanc
ed fdr expenses. Manager, 379 Cazton bldg.
WANTED An established wholesale bouse.
recently Incorporated, extenuing nusiness.
desires to engage competent manager for
branch house. Salary lino per month, ex
penses and commission. Must invest II.ihmi
in capital stock of company, on which divi
dend of 8 per cent will be guaranteed, and
furnish satisfactory references. Address,
Secretary, box 440 Kansas City. Mo.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate security at
net, rooms 33-35, Mitchell & Lynde build
ing. Rock Island,
MONEY TO LOAN In any amount, on any
kind of security. Also cnoice property ior
sale or rent. W. I Coyne. KM Seventeenth
street, up stairs.
WE make a specially tit loaning money on
household goods. " horses, wagons, etc,
without removal and in a quiet way. Call
on us for quirk loans. Fidelity Ixan com
pany, Room :w. Mitchell & Lynde block.
WANTED To loan money on diamonds.
watches. Jewelry, .Hardware, musical in
struments, bicycles, clothing, dry goods,
furniture, etc Highest cash prices paid
for second hand goods of all kinds also.
The above goods for sale at half the usual
store prices. All business transactions
strictly confidential. Ills new number and
location, 10SI Second avenue. Don't forget
It- Jones' second-hand store.- Two rings
I AM a resident of Merrer county. 50 years of
age. S feet 2S inches tail, weigh 110 pounds,
and don't dtinc or gamble. I want to bear
from a ladv SS ot 40 years of age with a
view to matrimony. Must be of comely
aptiearance and a good housekeeper. Own
mv own home in small town aud have a
successful business Address V. II... P.O.
box 3K. Uodeu. 111.
HOTELS AND RESORTS.
GRAND HOTEL- Famous lfax mineral
springs. Oilers best accommodations at
reasonable prices. Address William Frey.
LAS VEGAS HOT SPRI SOS-Ixjc.ated 6,707
leet above the sea. All the veaj: rouna re
sort. A perfect plae for rei-t,. Forartlv
ulars address Dr. Daniel S,iH;rklns, Medi
cal Director, Las-Vegas, 'N. 9. 1 - -
As Little Johnny Sees It.
Personals for Uncle Dick,
Social chat for Sis,
Kailroad news my cousin, though,
Never wants to miss.
SMrling news for brother Bill,
Polities for pa.
Stories best for me, 1 guess,
But Argus wants suit ma.
'Man want's but little here below
But he wants that little quick."
WANTED Horses to winter. ;iod feed
and prices reasonable. James W. McCiov
ern, Osborn. 1 11.
WANTED Boarders. Two or three gentle
men can tind nicely furnished rooms with
board. All modern conveniences and good
service at reasonable price. 627 Seven
FOR KENT ROOMS.
FOR R.NT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping al 1 103 Second avenue.
FOR .RENT Nicely furnished room with
gas. bath and heat. Call at 915 Second ave
uue. FOR RENT - Furnished rooms witti or with
out hoard in private family al laWi Eighlh
Flt KENT Suite of rooms for light house
keeping with heal and hath at 222"i Fourth
Ft lit n ENT -Furnished room with ail mod
ern conveniences at 217 Fifteenth street.
opiMislu- court house.
FOR RENT Unfurnished rooms on first
floor lor housekeeping at lS'ifi Fifth .avenue.
Inquire on premises or at Reidy tiros'.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms at 7 Seven
teenth street: also furnished or unfur
nished rooms for light housekeeping.
FOR RENT Furnished front room with
heat In central location, suitable for two
gentlemen. Inquire at 1119 Third avenue.
FOR R ENT Furnished rooms with all mod
ern conveniences. Also tirst-class table
board at I22".l Second avenue. I'hoiie West
FoR KENT Three nice rooms for light
honsekeening: also a uood surrev. horse
and harness for sale. Inquire at 2s;tl Sixth
FOR RENT -Three large unfurnished rooms
suitable for otflce or housekeeping over
Simon Lewis wholesale liquor store, cor
ner Seventeenth street and Third avenue.
FOR KENT suite of unfurnished rooms
with bath, water and excellent furnace
heat. Rent verv reasonable to right par
ties without children. Inquire al sl."
Twent v-ninth street.
FOB RENT lIOFSEfi.
FOR KENT FUt after Dec. I. Apply to
m. m. sturgeon.
FOR KENT An f-rootn cottage. Inquire at
the Elm street nrug store.
'OR RENT House of three rooms. Apply
al w ea ver s grocery, io.tii seventn street
FOR RENT-Brick house ;tt the hc;id of
Fifth avenue on Twenty-third street. In
quire of E. H. Ouver or Kcidy Bros.
FOR KENT House if siv rooms with mod
era conveniences at :27 Eleventh street.
Anplv to J. H. Beechor. S-.U Seventeenth
FOR RENT A tnodnrn store room on Ninth
street between Eighth and Ninth avenues.
Inquire at southwest corner Sixteenth
street and First avenue.
An C room house witn furnace.
bath and electric light, lm
avenue and Fortv-ihird s
no. I iiiiK- t.i .1 T Kllinwi
light, located on Fifth
rcet. kock lsi
ood. 1117 Thirty-
....--in 1, .i
FOR KENT A modern 7-room bouse with
bath, hot and cold water, turuace heat, lo
cated on Sixth avenue east of Twenty
eighth street. Inquire ot E. J. Burns,
room 11, Mitchell & Lynde building.
FOR KENT-New s-rooin cottage with gas.
electric light, li.it b and furnace, on Six
teenth street between Eleventh and
Tweltth avenues. Applv to James McNa
mara. 1111 Twent v-ttrsl street, or phone
FOR SALE CITY PROPERTY.
I'M It SALE OR RENT -The 3-story brick
building on First avenue that has been oc
cupied by thetieorge White Buggy compa
ny. Inquire ot E. ti. Frasser..
FOR SALE Two remaining east front lots
in the Dart Twenty-second street addition
For terms inquire of R S. Dart, Jackson &
Hurst's office. Masonic temple.
FOR SALE A bargain In east end of town
on Elm street car line. Seven-room house,
new: lot loxlin: owner leaving town: 1.450:
2iim down: balance on lime. Goldsmith &
FOR SALE-Two beautiful high lots on
Twelfth street, paving all paid for. Only
5o0. Wish to sell lietore .Ian. I. Splendid
investment. H. K. Walker, under Rink
Island National bank.
FOR SALE New S room house on Moline
avenue near Fortv-fourth street. Rents
for 18 per month. "Only 91.75m. Paving all
paid. A great bargain. Inquire of H K.
Walker, under Rock Island National bank.
FOR SALE A live room house with bath
lot SKixl-'iO. fruit trees and other small fruit.
f:ood well, 5 barrel cistern, city water.
arn and carriage shed, located on Fortv
fourth street. Address S. E. Mattison. S53
Niut teeth street.
FOR SALE Excellent building lots located
in the new additions on Fourteenth street
between Eleveuth and Tweltth avenues,
150 up: on easy terms. Also other lots in
the Immediate vicinity, a5u up on sjiecial
terms. Please investigate, as prices of
lots in this locality are rapidly increasing
In value, caused by the ojMsni'ng up of the
new park and projected street railway and
pavement on Fifteenth street. Apiiy
to Goldsmith & McKee.
FOR SALE Lots in Woodln's addition.
These lots aio on Eleventh and Twelf tt
avenues between Fifth and Sevcntt
streets, are 42x12s feet with 20-foot alley
ind nine feet of good rich soil lying od
limestone rock. Ah abundant supply of
pure water can be bad at a small expense
by drilling 80 feet through the soil and
rock. Sidewalks are all shaded with Elm
trees set 20 feet apart along the curb. If
you are interested in a cheap building lot.
the price and terms that these lots are of
fered for will suit you. Call or address S.
J. Woodln7H23 First avenue.
FOR SALE Choice bargains In building
lotK. cottages and houses, for sale In all
parts of the city: houses rented; rents col
lected; money to loan on real estate se
curity at current rates: tire and tornado
Insurance written in oldest and most re
liable companies: we also have some good
real estate investments netting s, V and 10
percent: list your property with us. we
can sell it: telephone union SI: we areinour
office every Saturday evening the year
around, if you want to buy or sell proper
ty you will save time and money by com
ing direct to our omcer. over People' Na
tional Bank. Goldsmith A McKee.
ANSWERS TO WANT ADS.
ANSWERS to the following are at this office
"M. IS:" "R. A. S9." "O. 4i" J: M 6ff:" 'N.
H 29;" 39." &: "S. 39:" -R. S; "L.
50," 8- "J. G. ft." K: "B. '7;" "X. I3:' "S. 41
"L. SI;" A. L-; -M. 87; U. S3;" "R, 53;"
' R. N. 30."
FOR SALE FA RSI PROPERTY
FOR SALE I2f acre ot land seven miles
from Rock Island, at so an acre. Inquire
of McCaskrin & McCaskrin.
FOR SALE Seven acres of ground with
small house and barn In South Heights.
For particulars call at No 8i Seventeenth
FOR SALE OR TRADE - 105 acres in Buffalo
Fralrie township. 50 acres bottom land,
good improvements. Will take house and
lot in town in part payment. Owner wants
to retire. A bargain. Apply to Reidy Bros.
FOR SALE Stock farm. Best stock larm
in Orcen county. Iowa, must le sold io 30
3avs aud can be bought al a bargain on
easy terms. There are 440 acres, close to
school, rural mail, telephone, fair house,
larse barns, cribs, orchards, and in excel
lent ncighliorhood. Price t-S2 f0 per acre.
Write at once to Oeorge ll. Uallup, Jeffer
FOR SALE Household goods consisting ot
stoves, bedsteads, etc.. al l'.Mii Fifth avenue
FOR SALE A dairy business and first class
restaurant. Inquire ot McCaskrin & Mc
Caskrin. FOR SALE -One full blood Jersey cow tour
vears old. will be fresh in December: one
half blood Jersey cow. fresh now: one fam
ily horse. Mi years old: one good road wag
on: one set single harness, inquire at Euu
street poultry yards, south of Thirtieth
street. Rock island
FOR SALE At Ml cents on the dollar, in
first-class condition, one sewing mro bine.
one piano, one organ, all kinds of house
hold goods. Liberal amounts advanced on
all above in - nt ioncl articles. Give us
trial and be convinced. The Orcaier New
York Loan Bank. :tiH Twentieth street.
Phone e-a brown. Hours from 7 a. m. to
9:311 p. m.
PROI-Ess I ON A L ATTORNEYS.
McCASKKIN ,t McCASKRIN Attorneys at
law. Km k Island and Milan Rock Island
office in Bcngston block. Milan otllee on
CONNELLY A; CONNELLY-Attorneys at
law. Monev loaned. Otllee over Crarap
ton's liook store. 17I! Second avenue.
JACKSON. HIT RST .t STA FFORD A ttornev s
at la, ottice in Rock Isatid National
LUHOLPU & REYNOLDS Attorneys at
law. Money to loan, weneral legal bu'
ness. Nota y public. 1705 Second avenue,
SWEENEY & WALKER Attorneys and
counsellors a-, law. Office in Bengston
SEA RLE ,t MARSHALL Lawyers. Money
to loan on good real estate security. Mitch
ell & Lynde block. Rock Island. 111.
McENlRY & McENlRY Attorneys at law.
Loan money on good security; make col
lections, jccicrences. Mitcneii s i.vnae,
bankers. Ottice, Mitchell &. Lynde build-
JAMES F. Nl'Ri'llY-Attorney at law.
Ocneral legal practice. Office room 12,
Mitchell & Lynde building.
WILLIAM M. WALKER Lawyer. Money
to loan Gcner-U legal business. Notary
public. Real estate. Insurance. 1714 Sec
N. M. MOORE. M. D.-Star b'ock. Hours 10
to 11 a. in.. 2 to 4 and after 7 p. in.
DR. CORA EMERY REED-Homeopathic
physician. Special attention to diseases of
wo'meu aud children; also disease of eye.
ear, nose and throat. Olllce hours. 9:3o to
,12 a. m.. I to 1 p. m. 321 Sixteenth street.
DK. LOLTlS OSTKO.M-Occulist and Aurist.
Entire attention niven to eye. ear. nose
and throat. Hours. 9 l 12 a. in.. I to 5 p.
in.: Sunday 9 to Jl. Phone 5054. 1724S
J. T. TAYIOR-Dentist. Office hours 8:3o to
12 m.. 1:30 to & p. m. 2lbV4 Eighteenth
street, opposite Union oflice. Telephone
LEONARD DRACK Architect and superin
tendent. Skinner block, second floor.
Office hours in to 12 a. m.. 4 to 5;;t0 p. m.
THE ONLY FLORISTS within the city limits,
call and see us. 1115 Fifteenth street. The
linest line of terns and palms tor winter
house plants. Cut flowers and designs.
Meyer & lienring. Phone 521 green.
HENRY GAETJEK Proprietor Chippian
nock nurserv. Cut liowers aud designs of
all kinds. City store, 1S07 Second avenue.
YfLLA DE CII ANTA L A home school for
girls conducted liv the Sisters of the Visi
tation Rudimentary and higher branches
and all iolte accomplisninents taught.
Twentieth street and Fifteenth avenue.
AUGUSTAN A COLLEj;E-Iiusiness depart
ment. A thorough business training given
for entrv into commercial lite. T rrns
reasonable. Apply at Augustana college.
II FATING AND PLt'M BING-
CHANNON. PERRY & COMPANY Heating
and flumhig along scientific and sani
tarv lines. Careful and skilled workmen.
Prompt attention. H4 West Seventeenth
street. Phone I lis
CONTKACTOKS AND BI ILDERS.
JOHN VOLK & CO. Contractors and build
ers Al-to manufacturers of sash, doors,
blinds and mouldings. Dealers in plate,
window and art glass. Onices and factory,
Xl 1 to 329 Eighteenth street.
JOHN E. BERGSTKOM -Jobbing a specialtv.
Work guaranteed s .tisfactory. Four
teenth avenue and Thirty-second street
Phone West 1579.
UMK. FRENCH -Designer and maker ot
bib claxM gowns. Evening and reception
gowns a specialty. I3ul Fourth avenue.
MENTAL SCIENTIST AND HEALER.
MENTAL scientist and healer of all chronic
and Inherited diseases. Local references
to individuals and families. Cures are
quick and permanent. For this treatment
call on Mix Douton. Booms 57. M aadatj,
McCullough block, Davenport, Iowa.