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THE ABGUB. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 20, 1895.
THE ARGUS. t llakd Dally aaa Wsakly at MM ftstood Avaaaa, Bock Islaad. m. Katarsd at Um post- J. W. 10TTBB - PuBLIfHBB. TBJl MB Daily, to swats par was. Weakly, !. par aaaaa; la adraaca, SLH. AD asassmaleaUoea of a critical or argaassata Uvscharactar. political or rtllcloaa, aiast aava sal nam attacha for pabUcattoa. Mo rack srllal. will ba prists om fcutloaa stfnaturss. Oonup daaco aollcUad Ma srsry lowaablp la Sock Island eooaty. 4sflTna" WRDNEflOAT, NoVEMBSB 20. 1895. Ow.ab YVilub's creditor are said to receive about $100 b day at the income from his works. " Detroit abandoned entirely the im of horse cars a week or so since, and the last of the antiquated relics of a cloilnjr era made a farewell trip over some of the city lines now oper ated by electricity, amid a noisy and derisive demonstration. Fock professors of the university of California, after listening as judges to a public debate on the new woman movement, voted solidly sgalnt the new woman, deciding that the movement "is not for the best interests o! the race." Oxb dollar for nearly a jearof very hard work was all that the crew of the whaling bark l.ydia received when they were paid off in San Fran cisco last week. They worked for their food and a share in the profits of the cruise, and this season has been the worst whaling season in many years. (ir.oKwu has just made a strong effort toward obtaining good roads. A law has been patted by the legis lature repairing all male persons be tween the ages of 15 and 60 to work on the roads five days in each year, or in lieu of working to pay to the county road fund $1 a day for each of the live days. A (ale!hlkci man, on pulling off his shoes before retiring the other night, discovered a five dollar bill on the solo of one of the shoes, where it had been stuck fast by a piece of banana peel. And now the dales burgers are looking for live dollar bills in every banana peel they can tin it in the town. IIebb is the opinion of the renub llcan Council Bluffs Nonpareil of iiratuey, republican governor-elect of Kentucky: -The head lines say that Bradley was the lion at Atlanta, but if he talked as he is reported to have done he was an ass jost a common, braying ass. The simile about rid ing to his stirrups in blood is not only the worst kind of Kliiah l'ogram tommy-rot, hut is a plagairism ironi I'opunst wanes celebrated ut- teranre. A new pavement in use in Aus tralia and in some parts of Europe is luiuiueuueu ut lae uosion aieuicai and Surgical Journal. It is termed B cork pavement and is thus de scribed: "The material consists of granulated cork, mixed with mineral asphalt and other cohesive ingre dients compressed into large blocks. Strictly speaking, then, these bricks " are formed of a mixture, of which cork is the most characteristic and Important element. The advantages alleged in behalf of this combination are cleanliness, noiselessness, dura bility, eiasticitv, freedom from slip, pcrlness, whether wet or dry, and moderate cost. Unlike wood, it is non-absorbent, and hence inodorous; it presents the minimum resistance to traction; It is elastic under pass ing loads, and thus does away with the vibration caused by heavy team ing, one of the most disagreeable features of our narrow, congested streets. The blocks are imbedded in tar and rest npon a concrete base six Inches thick." fttvaaa Manors. Some of the chief causes for the straining of buila-rs aud all that comes from aoch riVficieiKv rud plates too thick or too rigidly Mured, impure feed water, presence cf oil in the boilers aud the use of cold feed water are discussed by a writer in The Practical KuRinrer. In regard t the important matter of inipnro feed water, he. believes that purification can iieuerully lie reached by proper treatment brfote going to the boiler that is, by a chemical process and Miration or. if tlie first cost of the plant tnvesMiry is too great, or space Is very limited, by introducing snitabl Ml (WOOAN'S FRIEND.) U the BEST REMEDY for GIRL, WIFE, MOTHER. , Sold by T. H. Thomas and Mar shall at Fisher, druggist. reagent adapted to affect the impurities found by analysis to be present in the water. By the latter method the lime alts, etc., are rapidly precipitated and tendered easily removable by blowing Out, in addition to gradually softening existing incrustation. Further, if min eral oil of good quality be used in the cylinders only in such quantities as are really required for lubrication, there is no serious danger to be apprehended from the small proportion reaching the boiler with the feed water, unless there be carbonate of lime present in consid erable quantity, in which case oil is not to be admitted under any circumstances wbateverfor reasons readily apparent. COON ri BUiLDIXU. Titulars. 16 C Bromley et al. bv commis sioner, to Charlotte Bromlev, lot 4, Dennison s subdiv.. Rock Island. $650. G. Peterson et al. by master, to Burton F. Peek, nj e 40 feet lot 1. block 10, old town of Moline, $10,- 000.- Burton F. Peek to C. II. Deere, e40 feet lot 1. block 10, old town of Mo line. $10,000. Charles Hanscen to Margaret J. Wilson, lot 17, block 3, Rodman's subdiv., $275. (ieorge W. Babcock and- William Jackson to Mary M. Peterson, lot 7, block 2. Kartb & Uabcock's add.. Rock Island, $750. H. II. Fitch to George Peck. Sr., el swj uw nwj S3. 16, 6w, $175. Probata. .. 14 Estate of S. W. Wheelock. Or der approving bill of sale of personal property. id r.state of barah C. Wbeaton. Claim of Women's Hospital of Daven port, $26.45. allowed. Estate of John K. Walker. Inven tory filed and approved. Adminis tratrix's report filed. 16 hstate of Upson Hull. Peti tion for sale of real estate tiled. Affi davit of non-residence tiled. Estate of Lucy It. Wav. Final order approving report and distribu tion ami discharging administratrix. Estate of Sebastian Meyer. Claim of C. J. W. Schreiner allowed at $384.50. 18 Guardianship of Samuel L. Nissen. Letters of guardianship is sued to Maria F. Nissen. Bond tiled and approved. Estate of Jesse S. Dailey. Proof of death. Will presented for probate. Testimony of J. Cool, one of sub scribing witnesses to will, taken in proof of execution thereof. Guardianship of minor heirs of C. W. Armstrong. Petition by guardian to sell minor's real estate. Easily Identified. A certain farmer who was by no means noted fur liin rciscmblauce to Apollo bad a son 'of 0 or 7 who had more wit than pedigree. '. I hie day a stranger came to the farm, aud, feeing the lud, asked, "Sonny, Where's yonr father?" "In the pigpen," was the reply. "In the pigpen? Thanks!" aud as the man moved in the direction indicated l'eufant terrible shouted : "I say! You'll know bim 'cause he's got his hat on I" Boston Budget. Repudiated the Relationship. "Lemme out!" yelled the chimpan- Bee. "Lemme out I want to get at 'im." "Why, Jocko," said his mate, "what on earth ia the matter?" "See that dude going along the gravel walk?" "Yes." "Well, I'm after him. I heard him say he believed we were bis ancestors." Washington Star. Toar Bor Won't Live Month. ' . So Mr. Gilman Brown, of 34, Mill street, outh Gardner, Mass.. was told by the doctors. Bis son had long trouble, following typhoid ma laria, and he spent $375 with doc tors, wno anally gave him up. say ing: "Your boy won't live "i month." He tried Dr. King's New uiscovery and a few bottles restored him to health and enabled bim to go to work a perfectly well man. He says he owes his present good health to me use of Dr. junirs New Dis covery. and knows it to be the best in the world for lung trouble. Trial bottles free at Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug store. Are Toa Ever Baaojred by a buzzing or roaring sound in your head? Have yon difficulty in Hear ing distinctly? Are you troubled with a continual dropping of mucus, irritating the throat and causing you to cough? Is your breath unpleas antly affected and accompanied with bad taste? Is your hearing less acute? If so, you have catarrh and should at once procure a bottle of Ely's Cream Balm, the best known remedy. The Balm will give instant relief. , Bhoaasatlaa. Carwd la Day. "Mystic Cure" for rhematism and neuralcia eurea in 1 to S dava. Its action upon the system is remarka ble and mysterous. It removes at once the cause, and the disease immediately disappears. The first dose greatly relieves, 75 cents. Sold by Otto Grotjan, druggist. Rock Is land and Gust. Schlegel ft Son, 220 west secona street, Davenport. Too Caat A Sard to Caaaea It. A heavv cold mav lead to tnen- monia or consumption. Folev's Honnv ant Tap t.V.n -mA - perfect security from seriona reanlta. 50 cents. For sale at M. F. Bahn- sen'a drug store. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. "Men Must Work AXD . Women Must Weep." It was a great poet who penned the above lines, but he was very much mistaken. He was wrong in sa ing women must weep. Women were never intended to pass their lives in misery. Why should they weep? WOMEN'S WEAKNESSES are the curse of womanhood. They have wrung tears from many a wife and mother. What a pathetic story could be told of the suffering caused by sick headaches, backaches, miserable tired feelings and the thonsand and one painful symptoms which so many women endure. But it is all unnecessary. " THEY CAN BE CURED. Thou sands of happy women testify to this fact. Ask them and they will ' tell you how much they owe to the bene fit received from taking Warner's Safe Cure, the best and most reliable remedy for all ailments of woman kind. As a means of relieving and curing kidney, bladder and . female troubles and even the dread Bright's disease itself, this great Safe Cure has never been equaled. A short trial will speedily prove what it can do for weak, weary women who need help. FobUentloa ltta.k rSTATB or Illinois, I Circuit Court of Hock bland county. January tana, A- D 1996. Let's, Fletcher Co a corporation of the stat i lnwa 11 ( u i - aqt. In attachment. I Peahli aatlu a . 1V' i otjiwy BTivcn to u paiajo- - . . vv iubi. writ oi at' aca nem ifftutra oat of the office of to clerk of the circuit court of Kock I land coorwY. dated the 10th dttnr LEGAL Administrator'! Notice. -Estate of Olaf A. Andenon, deceased. The andenlgned hTlnr been appointed admin istrator of the estate Of Olaf A. Andenon. lata of um county or noca uana, etato or Illlnolr, de ceased, hereby KMves notice toat be will an oast before the county court of Rock Island conn- iy, ai me omce or ino ciera or saiq court, in the city of Rock Island, at the January term, on tie Snt Monday in January neat, at which time all persona haying claims agaiLst aaid es tate are notified and requested to atti d lor the purpose of haying the same adjusted. All parsons Indebted to said estate are request- h niaae launeoiaio payment to taa under signed. , Dated this 21th day of October, A, D. 1896. CHARLES BCHHEIBKR. Administrator. , Administrator's Mot lea. Estate of Thomas Farley, deceased. The nnderkiamcd bavins been annotated admin lstratriz of inc estate of Thomas Fsrley. late of the county of Hoc Iland. state of Illinois, de ceased, hereby gives notice that she will ap pear before the county court of Rock Inl and connty, at the office of the clerk of said court, in the city of Rocklslsnd.at tbe Jsntsrr term, on the nrst Monday in Jtinnary next, at whh time all persons havtnc claims apainst said estate are notified and requested to sttecd, for the purpose of bavins the same adjusted. All persons Indebted to said estate are re- quesiea 10 maze immediate payment to toe un dersigned. Dated this 8th day of Nov. A. D.. 1ffi. Vast L. Foley, Administratrix. Mastet'sSale. STATE OF luUNOIS, 1 Rock Isl aid Cuusty, f In the circuit court of Rock Is'snd county, Illi nois, in chancery. Bill for partition, etc. Mary Fits Gibbon vs. Michael O'DonrclL Alice o'Donneli, James O'Donnelt, Wlllism O'Ooo- ueii, mnrj u io)ueu, Atsffgie v uonnell, Mao rice O'Donneli, Nora O'Donneli. John P O'lton- nen. aiarearei u uoonell. Minnie O'Donnei'. Mary Acnes O'Donneli. Murrnt i'iin,,.ii Andrew O'Donneli. Mary o'Konucll. Blizs O'Donneli, Jr., .iza O'Donneli, Sr., i. K. Johnston, McGregory and Eocene Shrpard. Public notice is ben by given that In pursuance of a decree msde and entered by said court In the above entitled cane on the IStb. day of October, A. D. ltK. I. Elwin B. Parmenter.'aa master in chancery of the said court, as n nnlred and di. reeled by said conn In said decre. will on Mon- aay ins sa nay oi uec-moer, A. I. 1806, at the hour and place hereinafter mentioned and set forth, sell t public vendue to the highest at d best bidder all and tinrnlar the following de scribed p remits and real estate in said decree menuonru, siiuaie in ine ennoty or Kock lslnd in the state of IHIooia. to-wit: The esst half of the northwest quarter, and the east half of the sontnwest quaiter or section nnmber twenty-one (t!). in township number nineteen wi norm, in ranee nnmner tnree (3) east of the Fourth 4tb) principal meridian as es tablished by the eurreror general of the ITnited Mates subjft to, tbo right of way of ibe Chicago. Burlingtoi tntocy Hol'road wiauwij , aieu a ccviaiu 1 reel or pare I of land in the rorthwest quarter or the northwest quarter of section twenty-eight t'JS) in townrhlp number nineteen (19) north, ra-ee three (3 east of the fourth (4 h) principal merid ian, and described as follows, to-wit: Bcglnnlu too hundred and twenty and right-tenths (3W 8-101 feet esst of the corner of sections twenty ). twenty-one (!). twenty eigut S8 and twenty-nine () in raid township thence south one hundred and ninety-eight (l'.N) feet, thenee north eighty-sis: and thrre-fourtba de grees (KHii). ea-t one hundred and sixty-eight (IKH) feet, i hence north twenty-nine and one fonrth degrees -J, west two hundred and six teen (2K.I feet to be section line, thence west on the section Use Sfty-nlne and oae-ttird feet to he place of beginning; also, the tractor parrel of land beglKnlog on the line between sections nnmber twenty-one 1) ant twenlv e'gbt ( in townsiip number nineteen north, range nambsr three (3) east of the fourth principal meridan one chain and .M4 links (1 STM-lunO) east of the stone set at the southwest enruer of asld section number twenty-one !), aid point or beginning beira at the southeast corner of a school lot: thence rnnrina esst along said section line eighuen sn1 4S6-10CO rhsino 1S4S6-I0cbs) toa stone set at the southeast corner of the southwest qntrter ( !) f the soath wtst quarter 4 of sud.ection ncmber twen ty one (Jl; thence north twenty chains (SOchs) to the center of llie southwest quarter (Vlcf section nnmber twerty-one (21) aforesaid' Ibence west fl-e aid 74 100 chairs (5l4 10Jhs to the Intersection of the southern lixeoftne right of way of the Chicago, Burlington A Quincy Railroad company; thence In a southwesterly direction along vhe line of the railroad curving to the left psrallel with the middle line of the railroad and 50 feet i.Vft therefrom, eleven and 7-100 eha'ns ( 11 70-1U0 chs) tt the east side of a crossing for wsgore ever said railroail: theece sooth tiry-three links (6S toa point which is eighty feet feel) at rght atgles from tne Btiddle line of the railroad, thence in a south western direction curving to the left on a line parallel with the middle line of the railroad and eiMy feet (80 feet) therefrom, cL-bt and 3-luO chains . chains) to the intersection of tbs west use or saia recuon nnmner isrentv-ooe (1), Oen re south two and K7-10I chains (2.CT chains) to the the nor hwest corner of school lot; thenee east one and 6S4-10FO chains (1 634 ch tins) to Ibe northeast comer of tne same; taence south three aadS-MW chains (8 06 chains) to the place of be ginning, containing thirty one and t8b5V1000UJ aces 1 31 J8H6S acres more or less ; a I said tracts of land sitnaied ia the county of Rock Island in the state of Illinois. That said ir eta or parcels of real property will be sold at tae front toor of the postofflce in the Iowa or village cf Hillsdale, iu said county and state on ra d ajonday, the sec ond dayf December, A. D. 1. at the hour of t o'clock in the af te nooa of a d day for one-half H) cash and the baltnee in one (1) yse from the date of aaid sale with inteiesc na aaid balance at six () pore nt peruana, secured br sunt, gaga avoa the tract or tracts of said real property so sold o the entire um of tie m hare mooes may be paid ia cask if the parduver or por-t cnasers so -! Dated at Bock Island. TlllnoiS Oct. SS 1S9J. KLW1 B. PABMBNTBR, LEGAL. ' Administrator's Notice. Batata of Margaret Orechy, deceased. tnaw lalllBiailaisi a ..r a laie of the eontity of Bock Island. la 1 1 1 i swat m " a. a i i will eepeer before ttecouttycoartof Kock Ielssd rKaa awiww T.a. a .1 J -.m. i BBAfBiB, iBtiatuo, bw ueaiiiiairf wnn.on r- Hs,IBB MIQ CafteUsV SUV fletl BaBsl VsMnsftsBgl wa aMasul Mnai B.K - b.ni rr rrjrzz? -- AU persona Indebted to aaid estate are requeat d to saaka Iruili.t. . j aigned. " " Dated tan 4th day of November, A. D. 1805. JOHN GSEEHT, Administrator.' all per notiflei of "r wuiuj, wtw toe juin amy m iwraVmMP A ri iugi tt,. .is a .i ".a ' . o imb w toes Nin . . hu tv'Buni to estate oi the aid Jo(cob F. Garoett for the nam of two baDdndaod fort dulUrs, M0) directed to the eoeriir or raid Rock leiana county, which Mid writ dm ''PiPtnrn d executed. Na-stBT iKplofflsai m 1 .1 I 1 W . aw uaruett , f)hali ptjfmmaliy be end appear rn-,re - - w.--- waii vi nwa ar-imi-u ci'UUIT on the flrat day of the lvxt teim hereof. 10 bs Loi den at the court boose in ike city cf Bock aUiil- IBs sail rvtnr.le A gt.u A.. . m wwasaj. uu lUC WMI MOW t I af BOUl7. A. It Ifcflst a1vaa aasu..! W.. : - I ... a a . ,', I , as-Ill BUJU IICaHl IU IU- Mia plalDiira aciion, judir;aient will be eLiced irarB,t mil snH a .9 J a ... TO- - a. saw latvf VI IUW fsBIIA Lrt?lr riatcher Co.. and eo n uch off the propprty at- tsK-tisS ska maa ka mm -t a .i"r.. judraent and emu wHl he fwiid to Mti.rv tK aama rtmnniiit an a .n n. . swsaaa, uaunurs tv. wabiiii.k. i:u rr Jacesoh A TIikst Plaint rs Attorneys. Dated Oct. 5,A.D16aj. Publication Notice la Attachment, STATE OP ILLINOIS, 1 Hock Isl,sd Cocmtt. (m Circuit court of Rozk Island county, January term. A. D. I'M ' Washbura-Ilalligan Cffe Co., a corporat'on or. gaa red under the laws of the stain r.r low. plaintiff, vs. Jojeph F. Oaroctt, defendant, is a'tachment Public notice is hereby gTveo to the said Jo seph F. Garnett that a wril of attachment Issued outoflbeofliceofihecleikor the circuit conrt of Rock Island county. oted the 10th day of S p temb?r. A. D. 1Fev al the suit of the raid Wash burn.Halligan Coffee Co. and agsiust the estate f the said Joseph P. Oaroett for the sum of e'ghty-one dollars and slxty-eicbt cents (S81 68), directed to the sheriff of said Rock Island coun ty, which said writ has been returned eiccnted. now, wemore, unless you, tne said Joseph F. Garneit, shall personally hu and appear before the aaid Circuit OOlirtnf Rnik laUn nrni. . ibe first dty of the neat term thereof, to be ouiuea ai ine conrt nouse in me city or Kock Isl and, in said coantv. nn the nth l1.. Af Jnn A. D iSlftt. SiVe SIMClsl hll Mil n'.Srl I. tha Hid plaintiff's action, judgment will he entered against you. and in favor of the said Washbuin- uaingaa ,-onee i.o., ano so mucn or ihi property St'SChed SS mav be nfllfient Sa a.tl-e ,h. mA Judgment and costs will be sold to satisfy the muiu. ueuiiiii w. ua ji tsttK, viera. JsrKsoif&ncBST, PlaintifTs Attorneys. l ated Oct, SS, A. D 1SD5. a Notice of Publication. . STATE OF ILLINOIS, , ROCE ISLAltD CUCKTT. 1 " n the Circuit court in Chun eery, January term, John H. Albrecht vs. Patrick Beates, Mary 01 niim jjmici W1U Ana DIHI AlUny, Aflldavit of non-rasider.ee of the defendants, Patiick Bentes. Mary Ma-la Beates ani Ann Maria Hurry, the above deft ndanls. having been filed In the clerk's ofUre of t 'e circnit court of said coantr, notice is therefore berehv rlv.n to the said hon rrident defendants that ine romuiainant riled iil oil! of comnlaint 16 said conr', on the chancery s!de thereof on the Illst dsy of October. ISflS, and that ineteupon a summons issued c ut of said court, wherein said suit is now pending, returnable on the ilrst Hoi. day in the month of January next, as is liy lsw required. Now, unless vou '.the said u'lu-iceituiu utienraui npove nmied, Fntrlck Beates. Marv Vsri lteates ani 'Aim . Mnm. shall personally be aid appear before said circuit coun, cn ire nrst oay ot tne next term thereof, to be holden at Rock Islaid in and far th. said coULty. on tbe first Monday in January n.'Xt, and plead, answer or dc niu- to the said complainant's oni oi compiaiui, ine same ana the matters and tbinzs t' erein charged and s sted will be taken as confessed, and a decree eLtercd against you according to the prayer of raid bilL Rock. Island, ill.. Nov 1, ls1. GEOKGE W. GAMBLE. Clerk. Carl Kcful, Complainant's Solicitor Publication Notice In Attachment. STATE OF ILLINOIS, I RocxIslakdCouictt. Circuit Cjnrt of Rock Island county, January term. A. D , UW. Joe Marrns. Line Marks and Charles Grecnwald, partner doing business under the name and style f Marcus. Marks A Co., plaintiffs, vs Joseph F. Garoett, defendant, in attaenmtnt. Public notise is hsrehy g ven to the said Jo seph F. Garnett that a writ of attachment issue J out or the ofti .e of the clerk of the elrcult com t of Rock Island roomy, dated the 10ih day of September. A. D. 1SS. at the suit of the said Joe Marcus, L ne Marks and Charles Greenwald, partners doing buineas under tbe tame ant style of Marcus, fcark A Co., and against the es'ate of the r-ad Jeseph F. Garnett, ft.r the anm of seventy-two dollars and seventy-seven eent (S7.T?) directed to the sheriff of said Rot e IwUi.d county, which aaid writ has been returned cae cuted. Now, therefore, unless you, ih.' said Joseph P. Garnett. shall personally be and appear before the said circnit court of Rock Island count on tbe fi -st dsy of the next term thereof, to b t hol den at the court house in tbe city of Rock Isl and, in said county, on tha 6th day of Januuy. A. D., less, give special bail and plead to tbe said plaintiffs' action, JoOgm nt will be entered against you, and In favor of the aaid Joe Mar cus, Line Marks and Chtrlea Greenwald. partners doing business nnder the name and -tyle of Mar cos. Barks A Co . and so much of the property attached as may be sufficient to satisfy the aaid judgment and coats will be sold to satisfy tae same. GHORGB w. GAMBLE, clerk. Jacksoa A Hcbst. PlaintifTs Attorneys. Dated Oct 25. A. D. 1896. Herman Detjens Real Estate And Insurance, Desires to list propertj for sale, and will look after and person ally supervise renting, etc., for ontside residents. LOOHS a Specialty- Represents b reliable line of high class insurance companies. Room 2, Buford Block. Seventeenth St. and Second A venae Restored Manhood. cs.nrr$ smcsE pills. The great reme dy for nervous prostration and ail nervous dis , eases of tbegen- of ettber sex. ft strch as Nervous r. - railing or lost Manhood. Impotency, Nightly Emissions. Youtb- rui Lrrors. Mental Worry, excessive itae of To. " -"wmeniiu worry, excessive use of To- ii?l0Ri?mC,,Ick toConsumptlonaud Insanity. With every BA order we give a writ ten a-uarantee to eum rw .tu. gold mt ttjmm per box. 6 boxea for BS.asB. BB. laster in t.Tiaaosry of tne circait court of Kock wwmii w island Ooaaty, III. Bold by T. Hlhoaac, ursgiat. SkrajSsft L Want Column: TXm SALE A LAftGE CANNON STOVE, r Inqulreof W. C. Maucker. TJT ANTED A 8ITCATION AS UOUSKKEEP- er. inquire corner nineteenth street and Third avenue. BOARDERS IN PRIVATE PAMILT. FfTl aace heated rooma and bath roba. Sis Twenty-third street. rR KENT TWO 8-ROOM nOVSXS WITD modern conveniences. In desirable neighbor- hAnsI A w ! t EP BB7 n -. siwaa aij wbs n. nuraia piRV 8ALK B. B K'KOWN STILL AT IT1 Corner FifUcnth street and First avenue. PR RENT-TWO CLEAN. NEWLY PAPER BD bouses, ef four and ibree moms, dry cellars with or without ba-n. Apply at 1110 Ihirdave. WOB RENT-HOUSE OF SEVEN ROOM8 J? with bath mom. enttabie to keen mra.r. Bear C, R. I. P. depot Inquire S5 Elm eirevL. tTA'STiiD ENOr.KMENTS BY A CBHTI " fied professional nnree, late of Faacbester. England. Terms very reteouable. Apply Ills Fourth avenue. fK)M MISSION AND AUCTION ALL BINDS J of goods bought and sold, disnosed of either at private sale cr at auction. Harris trvtn. WANTFD-SALE8MEN TO SELL REDTAS -- .u.m..iup I'liiiun greises on commission; liberal terms. Kif-renccs. the Clinton Oil Com- MJ,VI,,VWMJ, ,IUU, AMAH OR LADY TO MAVAOE DISTRIBIT Ing aoap sump'es specialties, and do corrrs- uuin. Dcua r-j iv.in cjinp.ny. 7sT7 Woodward, XlAtrA,. Ml.,!, 1 1 , . . . . "' ""' tor samples soap, etc, receive outfit offer. WANTED TO BUY FOR CASH SECOND hand goods of every description. Money 1 1 loan on chattels and ai articles of vslne. Goods stored and sold on commission, lave your or itr 1 :- t 1 - ... J muo w. 4ones. H7ANTRnFlin WltWBIo inn chants' Mutual Accident association of r rcepu'i. 1 1 , oneis spee al inducements lo gen eral agents for one or more countl-s. For p inic nlais address Fremont O. Ket ne, Freeport, 111. TJT ANTED iSCHOLARS TO LEARN THE rrvm u n.e,i wg sysiem at lsii aecond ave nue. The comp ele system embraces the model. eomDlete instruciona in itnittnn aih. v basting and boning foronly $19 Usnal 'price for skValraitn snmnL.t. aT.lsi BA sva ta ' -.aaa alAapiviC. JJ Oil. K. A. IWbHD. TOANTED-AN HONEST. ACT1VK OENTLE- j , c j ".l. wosiw ana ex- pensea. Bitnition permanent. References. n- V ' " , . ' 30tM K-ampra envelope. The Dominion Company, Si 6 Omaha Buildtr.g, Chl- WANTED fiOUEKEEPSRS TO TRY RED Star and Slver Cra a nolish for silverwsre and evert kind of metal. Hundreds ot hospitals. wvH-outiiui uvicip, uiuiioiiBtii noaneKetpTi nie U exclwivrly. NokiU-hen complete withoot !U fokl br at?tnt mt TmTi.it-.,A...ih . and'50 cents rr box J " (Tit AD TO ANV WAV Mt irnit.. Ml vi WB, Pi-yVi cannot teaob to draw a crayon por trait by our patent method in three letsone. Vi e pay onr pupils S10 to $18 per week to worker us at home, evenings cr st ate time. Send for work and pirticulart. Unmmn A Seymour 21S -. .M-nipuw, , , WANTED-1,000 ORDERS FOR ACME CAKE h arar lAsvaiUm - u,u rr tree t, for the mot wunderfnl Inventieo of the . t,, uu, ,,o long ueiore tne Acme eake beater will he considered br exet housekeepers as indispensable as a sclve or sifter and be as universally used. The Acme cake beater mixes, diffuses and oxteeniz-s all the Ingredi ents at once. Tbe result is a perfect and hi irenie cake. Sold by agent only. Price $1. TT7 ANTED A RELIABLE WOMAN IV EV- ery connty to establish a corset parlor for the sale of onr ('e)ebia ed e'p nal Suppirting Cor sets snd "Double from End to End ' clssi a with asbestos lined bust protector. Every pair war ranted not to break or rust; absolutely impervi ous to moisture or perspiration A new pair given for every pair that breaks. Guarantee printed on each corset. Recommended by over 10,100 phyvicisns. We (Ornish complete stock on consignment and pay a salary of StO to $63 per month and expenses; f.i ssmple oatHt tree. Send 10 cents postage for sample and terms. Ilygeta Manufacturing company, 378 Canal street. New York. Gloves and Furs, no T3 P I) i C o AT- BENNETT'S GLOVE AND FUR STOIE. 1605 Second Av. BEFORE STARTING TO TBE OR FLORIDA WHITER RESORTS Hake np yonr mind to go via the St Loais & Cairo Short Line The "Holly Springs Route" from St. Louis. Fast Time. Low Ratea. Lib eral Limits. Through Pall man Sleep era. Geo. E. Lary, Genl Pass. Agt. St. Loais, Mo. R. ORAMPTON & CO. For an Extra Superior Stock of S TAT I ONE RY 1723 Second Avenue. DAVIS COMPANY f HEAXIKQ A1TD TIVTILATIia KMQUIBXS8. iri ou Want a Warm House, Warm all over, Warm all the time. Not too hot in mild weather, Use the Capitol Hot Water Or Heda Steam Heater. Thirty Capitol Heaters in use in Rock Island. Offices in ROCK ISLAND and MOLINE. l! Ik I s"E"4 P jjiBi IS I IVIillinery. FACTS AND FIGURES. If the BEE HIVE depanded on Millin ery profits alone, and pay exclnsive Mil linery store expenses, these prices would not be possible. If tbeMillinerv business wasn't done different and better'bera than elsewhere; if the styles weren't choicer, the qualities finer and the prices lower, surely Davenport's Millinery Buvers wouldn't come to the BEE HIVE season afier season for their Millinery. s These are the Talk of the Town: Wool Felt Hats in black and colors, worth 1. for Fancy shapes in English Felt Hats for children, all colors, for! Trimmed Felt Sailors, fl.25 quality for Black Plash Top Sailors, belt Crown, worth '$ 1.75 and" $2! for".'. 10 dozen Cloth Covered Sailors in all colors, worth 35c, for.. . 26 dozen Plaid Infants' Caps.. : 10 dozen Plaid Infants' Caps, worth 76c," for. . . . . . . 1,000 dczen Black Plumes, worth 60c, for 25 dozen Jet Aigretts, worth 16c for '.". 22 dozen Cut Jet Pompons, worth 48c, for. " 20 dozen, Cut Jet Hat Crowns, special, for ..'.....".'.'.'!!! " 25 dozen Cut Jet Pins, worth 20c. for 10 dozen Fancy Ornaments, worth 35c, for". !".!"!! 5 dozen Small Blackbirds, worth 85c. Jor 10 dozen Small Colored Birds for !.!!!!!"!!!!!'!!!! 25 dozen Large Blackbirds, 60c value for.."""!. ! 10 dozen Large Black Parrots, fl.25 value for! !!!!!!!!!!!!!! ! 7 dozen Coqur Feathers, worth 25c, for !!!!!!!!"!!! Don't Fail to Attend Our Great November Sale of Cloaks and Fur Capes. Specials Tor (his Week. 14.98 Boucle Jacket, large aleeve, rip ple back. $7.48 Beaver Jacket, mandolin sleeve, ripple back, box front, worth $10.50. ' t8 98 Boncle Jacket, lined throughout with heavy aatin lining, worth 112.60. 10.98 Astrachan Cloth Jacket, lined H lorougnoui wit.it beavy aatin lining, worth 15. GBEAT REDUCTIONS IN PRICES ON Cloth, Plush and Fur Capes. 48c Sttc 95c $1.25 15c 26c 35c 25c 6s 25c 10c 5c 15c 15o 19c 25c S 48o 10c BEE HIVE 114 West Second street DAVENPORT. La