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THB AKGUB, FHIDAYs MARCH 25, 1898.
THE ARGUS. I m Wkum of J. W. Form VBsnaBV Baal. Haw aav ewae. Weak:?, Tlltt4ft Mabcb 3. 1M. M W BATTUES A MMaBf ,Hr. M 'MUU. - j T gpprjg ASBBBBBV IMII JOBJIS-MM TimTii v o nfiij. ev ring mm e bsck S.HBB) d Ward WIUJAMI. ECKERMANN Tatei Want . HA mi I J ft WINTER NM War. . itRDWiC W ASTER fifes War RF.MRY L WRIIUN aiaik Ward........ r B.WDX Street Waal j w I.WHEai Hiliwnw mTelf - a eee.! dV' ra the afflee or eaamv oipertsteedeat of aaaaaav aaa1 at liiMw of tee aaaj eratte eauaty eoa.eauea, t W m. . . elf a ana' date for tae aaaanaraUa aaauaa voa far hortff of Ibiafe Isiaad eoua-.y aed so il el la iaa support af at fliiaaa RBBTi Data. t Mi lb sanmiaee wjael' a eearfidate for iaa nfflao or akanrt of n isiaad eouaty. sab iewt o lac dectsioa of iaa democrat e county aaavaatioa M. at u ..... TtaatlM " iaa wishes of a? rnesdt I tat a sawsaltS u aaaaa card .late for the dew. esawaie biwibbbbb rar teeriir and tarua the support or these ko tAla me worUr t W. Kar.cs. Ae-, . sens lit t request of a number of frtaaaa l arret r aaaouaee mrveif a 0r. lata for the hrtealty soennat.oe, aubjeet to lha dealaia of tha democrat! i eouaty con veatlon A a n - i - . Bering determined to iieeoae a eeadidate for iaa demoeretle nomination 'or eouaty so pertateadeni of heo4 I hereby sollelt the support of a Mead looking t. that cad. I AlOlToa I Serehy aaaouaee mv.r a- a candidal far tbe democratic nomination f.ir counts suaoriatesrtent or eeaonav aubieet to lAr de oaloa of lie dam se at on n v eoaveatioa CnaaunC. Swimikh nk nl of the aauesatiag tibti in modern politics it tha attampta ol little two by foar fellows lika Curtis of Illiaoia. aid Funk, of Iowa, to lrai UtaCiar Reed -Keoset Coaatitu. Uoa-Ua Fi i to had batter kap that riot all la oHar. Soma othar citT will iwirp dowa oa tha Mjatle Worhert oaa of lhaaa daya aad daU?ar thara from tha tortura of thair torroaad P Tib doaioeraU ara whoopln? it op for thair an tiro tleket all aloar tba lia la took Itlaad. Thtra trill ba aoth lag laft of tka othar fallowt from Bg BUI Raanady dowa to Littla (.oorge Sahawldar aad Littla Boat" John aoa ataatioa daj. aWaaWaaaaaaaaaaaaWaaWaaaaW BaTwttn tha alo)aaat and baaati folly laapirad aMaraaeaa of Saaator Tharataa la taw Uaitwd Stataa taaatc yaaarway aad tha ba lleoaa 1 Uttinp that aaaapaa from Mlly Matoa at racalar iakarTaJa. thara la a piotar- 3aa aaatraat that damonitrmiea tha M aatraavaa la Amarieaa autaa- McKnrLBT ia prawariBK to." - He Rlalay la aaoat to." MeKlslay it laadato." -MaKlalay will.'' Me Kkalay iafniaf to." if." -ia caaa." atobably." aad a lot of aaah toaa ai ? rot ia what tha paopla hava baan fad apoa for about eii aoatha paat by taa WMhiaRtoa aorraapoadaat who hara aiataly baaa writioff afraiatt It la tiaja for aoatathlnf new loom umto- batiaaaa man will balld a roliaaaai to aaat ft.OOO par. pla. It will alto ba uted at an ar- ry by thraa compaaiaa cf raaalrr. SCROFULA. One ol America'! most fa- moos physicians ursiaf Scrof uLa is external consumption.' Z Scrofwloajs child re n arc often keautrf ul children, but they lack bbvtc irjfor.stronf boocs, stout rawacWi and power to resist disease. For delicate 2 children there is no remedy 2 cental to Scott's Emulsion of Cod-liver Ofl with Hypo phosphftei of Lime and Soda. It fiOs out the skin by putting food flesh beneath it. It makes the cheeks red by nuking rich blood. It creates an appetite for food and fhrcs the body poweaoarfhtodifestit. Be sure you ret SCOTT'S Emul- iafaatry an J artillery. With three military eomDaaiea aad a rrtit nnb- lio hall BlooniBt'ton will receive conaiaaraoia aaTrrtlslaa;. Tha city propoiae to capture soma of tha con Teatioaa which now go to Spiingfield or Ptoria. Oov. Tairbb hat eridentlr oat hit f nt ia it agaia ia hit haaty action ia rellariBg Col. M. A aCavacBgh of the commaad of the Seraath icfaatry ot Chicaeo. for Daradic? hit trocoa St. Fatnck't day- Yesterday Aijt. Uea. Krece. by directioa of Uor. laoner. wrote to orig. uen. mrrit A. Wheeler. commacdr of tha Firt brigade. I. X. G . a king him tl it waa una. aa eteteo by KM. Mir rut A. Karaaarh. eommtcder cf tha iattatry. taat he had granted pr Baiaa.oa ui idc latter vo paraae bib rnomacd oa St. Patriek'a dar. aad If tree t aiplals by what aothoilty aaid permitticn wat granted, (ten. Wheeler teld latl aiktbt that ba bad grsntedj cermlttlon to Col. Kara- aaga to bbrrbbs nit c;m3ina on at. Fttrick'a da ar. 1 tnat be did not aalerttecd wherein Col Karanagh had Tio:atri the proTitioot of the code "If I onderttand tbc law cor recti?." taid (en. Wheeler, 'it bd- pllea to thote who march in the ranat or an unentnorizea military body, and haa no bearing on organ ization! of the national I'uard wLich mar march ia the tame colnmn. Thlt la my interpretation ot the law, at near at i ran arrive at a cocciua ioa at present. I have received no communication cn the aulj'ct f.otu aeed'iaartert at Springtiola." "FioiiTrao Bob," Capt. Bob'.ey D. Evans, who goee at once into com mand of the warahip Iowa, vice Capt Sampacm, promoted to the command of the North At. an tic t(uadron, bar no rival fur popularity iu Wathlntr ton. or in the navy department. Ol csnrte, Capt. F.rmns, l.ke almost all tha United atatea naval officers, wru.d ilke a tharp ecejnnter witb the Spaiiaid He hasn't had any ex ercite in his piofettionsl lire tine the cival war, in wbloh he was hit three or fonr timet with vinp mis ailea, tent with tbe compiimecta cf '.be confederate. 'Jhu captain U qnoted as having ssid recently that if ka bad hit way "there would be nothing bat Spanish alked in for the nev. fivo j ears." Rvana waa in ommar.d uf the Yorktown daring the late trouble wi'h Chili, and hr wanted to blow Valparaiso off the arih neoauie ot the lasultt put upon America by the citizene of that tuwu. dut lha navy dbpartmnt refused, and Kvant was commendod for the admirable self-restraint he exercised. Sicca then he bat had no leva fot Spain. Kvant ia generally known at 'Fighting Bjt" F.vaus. a pseudonym which he dlshSca very much. Ha haa a limp which he earned during his eervce with Uncle barn in tho 60'a, and other marks of war un bis' person. Kvana be'.onge to a Virginia family, and when the south seceded Lis mother, without his cjntcnt, sent bis reaig nation to Waehington. The young oiV.cer.howercr.pcrsnadrd the depart mont to abrogate it, and promptly re joined the aervice. He has been in tba navy 3 years, sud it one of the most daahing and daring oSicera in ocie am a tervica. B raa fu la. Send your address to U. F. Buck l:n At Chicago, and get a free sample box of ur- rung a New Life riue. A iriai will convince rout their merits. These pills are eaav in action and are. particularly effective ia ine core or conaupation and B'ck '.eaiarhe. For malaria and liver troublce thev have been proved is valuable. Thev are rneranteed to 1 e perieciiy iree irom every "lcletenoni tunstanre and to be purely vegetable Thev do ant weaken bv their action hat by giving tone to stomach and bowala greatly invigorate tho ays- un. Kegtiier sue V5 cents per tor Sold by Harts Ullemeyer, drug giaia. i riiaat Dr. Williams' Indian IHo Oint ment will cure blind, bleeding and itohlnr piies when all other oint ments have fail hi. It absorb the tnmors. allaya the itching at once, aott as a poultice, gives Instant re lief. Dr. WilUams' Indiaa Pile Oint ment It pre pared caly for piles aad itching of the ornate parts, aad aothing else. F.very boi la war ranted. Hold bv drneritts SB tint by mail oa receipt of Drioc. 50 cents aad II per bos. Wit-uaas MaRcrAOTTRiRO Co., Proprietors. Cleveland, Ohio Sold by af. F. Bahnaen. Druggist. Btaaf Pa le CaaaaS Drtak Coffee at nleht. It tiwils their sleep. 1 Ton can drink Ura.n-0 when you J please and sleep like a trp. For : (iraia-O doea not ttimnlatn; it nour ishes, cheers and feeda. Yet It looks aad tastes like the beat coffee. For nervona persons, voung people and I children, (train. o is the perfect i drink, atade from pure grains, (ret a pace aft from your grocer today Try it in place of coffee. 15 aad 25c. SJBBBtSBBBBB lire la Texas. Brrnham. Tex.. Jlanh 3 At Rur-t(-n reel piay a Arc. auppoaed to be rf lmen.tiary "rlplr. burned five atories and their i BBRtMStB, The lots is esti mated at jrT STO.W); inaurance Jio aaSakaa von a Bownf. r.n hi . y Take Laxative Isrorau Quinine Tab Iota. All druggists refund the money if it fails to earn. 96e. The genuine has L. B. (j. on each tablet. awjllBe The Sherwin-Wilums Pant is made by the largest paint man ufacturers in the world, in the most complete, and best equipped paint factory in existence. These are facts, that have re sulted from simply making a re liable article at the beginning, a quar ter of a century ago, and maintain- ino- ife nnalitir ol int'c 1-1 v-v mtrtHif -f 4aAA t,y atnayat. AJJ AAAJg the best paint value that it's possible to give, and the best article for the purpose. By giving attention to one thing and doing it well better than any one else. When you buy The Sherwin-Williams Paint you get in exchange for your money, your money's worth, and more money could not buy better paint. A booklet on paint free. ' TMM SHKKWIN-WIUJAM3 OO.. PAINT AND COLO? MAKK. 100 caoal St.. Cleveland. Un Washington street. New York. 383) Stewart Avenne rrhleaem SI 8U Antolne street, Montreal DEATH IN THE FLOOD. Ohio Seems To Be the Heaviest Sufferer by the Sudden Rise of the Waters. ELLT7N HAVE LOST THEIR LIVES. So TT aa Hoard From, While the Property l.o Ia Kourhiy Estimated at .V 000,000 Cinrlnnatl l ocking tor the Wont, a the Headwater Slrraiua Are Very Ra Mly Itlalu Terrible Times at Chilli eothe ami ( rr.it Damage Done. Ciiif innaii. March ;:. At 10 o'clock tost nielit ir-e Ohio river at Cincinnati raWtSttratl Si feel 2i inches, and rising an inth an hot-r. Reports from north irn ftt Virginia at the snurce? of the aBWAWASbett bring BCWB af heavy rains and i f a rapidly risini? river. It is an Admonition th.it a prodigious flood may be experted Fhould the Iributaties re ceive an accewion of rain within two or threo davs. Reports from all quar ters of the Ohio valky are cf drizzling rain or cloudy ykies. All up-ilver towns report the Ohio rlsir.g rjpidly except Whitlins. where it is stationary. Sli Lire and $..OfMi.O0O in rroparty. Loss of life- is reported at Hmiilton, O., where the great Miami swept away two cottages and drowmd six inmates, r.amely: Mrs Charles Vhi;u.an and her threo small children, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sprlr.gman. The railroad sit uation in the interior of Ohio is improv ing. A rough SBtsnsBta of the loss of prop erly in the state cf Ohio juts it at $:..ooo.oo. Cliilliratbo Nrsrly Ilrotrned Out. A dispaicii from Chillicrthe aays: "Never in the history of the city has ChlHIcothe uffered so much from high waters BB within the past twenty-four hours. The eastern part of the city ia now a veritable yea. and fully 600 houses are submerge J. The Columbus and Cir clevllle rise of .Wednesday came down in a huge sweeping torrent which car ried everything before It. and at S o'clock yesterday morning the Scioto river waa oirr its banks and still rising at the rate of (Mtcn inches per hour. Shortly rftcr 7 o'clock the Baltimore and Ohio Southeastern tracks at Ren Ick's curve washed a why. and the water had crossed ever Main street and reached up a far as Watt street, the furniture faitory tn-ing under water. At 8 o'clock the embnnkmtnt on which the lialtimore and Ohle Bouwestern track separates tho city park and the river gave way. and in a trice the park became a aea of muddy water which reached up as far as the dynamos In the Juneman ebctrlc light plant. Caaaod a Break in the (iaa Main. "The break in this Lank caused the water works power house to shut down, and the natural fas mains to break so that the supply of gas Is shut off. About g o'clock the rising waters of the river had gained such force that they broke over all the Baltimore and Ohio Southwestern and the N. and W. tracks near the Point creek bridge, the reault being that two miles of the C. H. and D. track between the bridge and the N. and W. transfer was washed out before the break in the Baltimore and Ohio Southwestern hank at the north east end of the city park. A train load of cinders was sent out to repair tha break, but the trainmen had to run for their lives, as forty yards of the track Budd-nly sank from view. Baltimore and . Southwestern passenger train No. 1 p.itsed Rer.ii k's Curve at 5:05 cAbxk yerterduy morning and tho water was within six inches of the track. Hoy Avert a Terrible Ilater. "Th'- m.-mentum of the train loosened the bank. an" had It not been for a boy who flagged the train with his hand kerchief a terrible wreck would have occurred. A new $U,000 steel bridge was also washed away. It is estimated thnt tat damacc will easily foot up to 1300.000. The railroad companies are the grvatest sufferers. With six miler of tVir track g' ne and perhaps as mi' h more to follow no one can tell when tralflc will lie opened. The water works power house Is under twelve feet of water, and were it not that the large reservoir contain half a million gal lon there would be a water famine. In the flooded districts many families barely c-scaped with their lives. The water is now falling and it is thought the worst la over." BEST CITIZENS WITH THEIR OCXS. llre at Bsata Beraaae af the Swell They Batae-riood at Mailmam. Wheeling. W. Va., March . The Wheeling and Parkersburg packet Ar gand had an exciting experience be tween Sistersville and Wheeling Wednfsday night and yesterday morn ing. The swell of the boat Bo angered the occupants of houses partially under water along either bank that there was almost a continuous fusillade of shout fired at the boat, but happily none of the. crew, were hurt thoucb several shots whistled dangerously near the pilot on duty. The flood reached its maximum height in Wheeling at 5 p. m. yesterday with a stage of 45 feet 7 inches, nearly seven feet less than the stage that materialized in the memora ble flood of 18S4. Outside of an aggregate loss of not less than $100,000 the depreciation in the value of property on Wheeling island caused by the flood, which covered nearly every inch of its area, is felly ITt per cent., aggregating $650,000. Only one railroad is able to operate even a partial service, and that is the Wheel ing division of the Baltimore and Ohio to Pittsburg. The six other roads en tering Wheeling will resume today, probably. Washouts of track are re ported from the Ohio river and Cleve land, Lorain and Wheeling lines, and the falling waters will probably rever.l heavy damage to the trackage of all the railroads. Gen. nootfc Uopes Kir Peace. Milwaukee, March 25. General Will lam Booth, commander-in-chief of the Salvation Army of the world. In an in terview yesterday on the blowing up of the battleship Maine said he hoped to see a settlement of the difficulty in some other way than war. While he can un derstand that it might be the duty of the Cnlted States to assist Cuba, he says that war would bring suffering to many thousand innocent people who are not now In any way connected with the troubles In Cuba. Mew of the I'arl Temps. Paris, March 5. The Temps testifies to "the really judicial calm with which the American naval court of inquiry Into the Maine disaster has achieved its task." and expresses the hope that President McKlnley's wisdom will ob viate a conflict. Try Allen's foot. SB, A powder to be shaken into tha hoes. At this season your feet feel swollen and hot, and get tired eas ily, ii yon nave smartine feet or tight shoes, try Allen's Foot-Ease. It oools the feet and makes walking easy. Cares and prevents swoolen aad sweating feat, blisters and cal loos spots. Believes corns and ban ions of all pain and (rives rest and comfort. Try it today. Sold by all druggists and shoe stores for 26 cents. Trial packages Free. Ad dress Allen S Olmsted, Le Boy N. T. To Conanmmtlvoa. As an honest remedy, Foley's Hntta and Tar does nnr. tinlil nnt false hones in advanced stages, bnt truaniaiiy claims to give comfort ouu reuei io sne very worst cases, and in the early stages to effect a care. For sale by T. H. Thomas. For O.tr fifty Years Mrs Window's So thing Syrup has been used for children teething. It soothes tbo chiltV sof)ns the trams. allays all pain, oures wind colio, and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. T went v-fi ve cents a bottle. Dover, N. H., Oct. 31, 1896. Messrs. Ely Bros.: The Balm reached me safely and in so short a time the effect is surprising. My son says the first application gave decided reuei. I have a shelf filled with "Catarrh Cures.1' Tomorrow the stove shall reeeive them and Ely's uream uaim win reign supreme, Respectfully. Mrs Franklin Frrrmar. Cream Balm is kept by all drag- gists Fall size 50 cent. Trial size 60 cents. Elt Bros , 66 Warren St., N. T City. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. km m&jm i i $Lt3o Ladles9 Hand-Turned Shoes In Small Sizes and Narrow Widths. These goods will be offered at this rediciilously price until all are sold. Come now and get first choice. We are Now at Our New Store, three doors West ot Kock Island House, WRIGHT & 1619 SECOND AVBNTJD, Of All the Reasons Or the Year . . That period which marks a chanm from winter into the lap of spring is the most dangerous. It is the time when the air Is filled with disease, when the wind watts pneumonia and other pulmonary trouble with tvery breeze. The fataliUa of thi character are Eimpy alarming, and m spite oi all warnings they seem to be in creasing. Pneumonia co nes suddenly, 1 acts quickly and f..r too often results fatal ly. lo check and repair the waste of such a ditease is a problem every doctor set ks to solve, and if he could only find some means to replace the rapid waste ot tissues in tin numan structure faster than it goes on there is no disease which he could not con quer. He is like the alchemists of olde t times, conl .Dually seeking the one magical solvent which should turn all things Into gold. It lb a question of a stimulant, and experience tells him there Is nothing to equal rare wnisgy. men, why not guard against this evil disease by having alwava In your medicine chest a bottle of Pure Kye or Aouroon wnisKy.' it is a preventive as well as a cure. We have many brands and various prices, but all are guaranteed abso lutoly pore. We are the only wholessl' bouse selling goods at retail in any quae tit you may want Open evenings until 10 o'clock. Telephone 2-on-USi. The Em-El. Family Liquor Store, 1706 Third svcntie. Klectb n Notloe. NiltiM i h.Mh, iMn lha. nn Ti.suln. .1.. Sth day of April, A. IX. 1K98, In the city of Rock Island, IU., an election will beheld for nt louowing onicers, to-wit: CITY ciKKICKBS. One alderman in the First ward for two One alderman in the Second ward for two years. One alderman in the Third ward for two years. One alderman In the Fourth ward for two years. ne alderman in the Fifth ward for two years. One alderman in the Sixth ward for two years. One alderman In the Seventh ward for two v,' a. TOWKSHIP OFFICERS. One supervisor for two years. 1 wo assistant supervisors for two years. One assessor for one year. one collector for one vear. Which election will he open at 7 o'clock in the morninK and continue open until s o'clock In the afternoon of that dav. Places of registration and voting will be as anarar First Ward 403 Fourth avenue. Second Ward Precinct 1. 10(4 Third annua Second Ward- Precinct 2. Oeorce Stodds ba'l KiRhth avenue, between Ninth and Tenth Third Ward PmoIum. i,u Tkii - -- - - . ,..v.mw. i.im, luuu avenue. Third Ward-Precinct S, 1444 Seventh ave nue. Fourth Ward-Precinct 1. Dimlok s livery atahle. Fourth Ward- Precinct 2. brick building rear of 702 Twentieth street (Seventh avenue, between Nineteenth and Twentieth street i Fifth Ward Preeinct 1, hose house on r in pccudu street. Fifth Ward- Precinct 2, Sehmldt's irrocery on Twentieth street. Sixth Ward SSB Seventh avenue. Seventh Ward -Precinct I, street car barn. Seventh Ward-Precinct 2, Old No. 7 school. A. D. Httksihu, . City and Town Clerk. Rock Island, March 7, A. U. 189P. McCoy's New European Hotel COR. CLARK All VAI BORE! ITS. CHICAGO. Special Taxation Notice. Notice it hereby gives to all persons inter ests, that t lie city coBoell of th citv of Heck Island havtng ordered th.t Thirtieth (SMh) street in said city of Rock Island in the county of Bock Is'.atid. aad state of Illinois, be lmmoTed by pav-Lg with brick frost tbe sorts line of Seveath (7th i avenue to the posts Use or Btghwesth arennc by special taxation. 8aid ordinance for said improvement is os file In tbc oflce of the city clerk of said city, and said city has applied to the eonoty court of hnck Island coaaty, llllrots. for an aVtusaii'iit aru levy. of the coats of raid Improvcn ent upon and from the lots sad parts of lot and trad o: land contiguous to tbe line of aaid improvement ia aaid ordinance ordered to he cotatructed. in ironortinn tntk f rootage of em. a low. pacta cf lot, and tracta of land upon the improvement ro ordered to be eat -atrocted ss aforesaid j and as BBaWaWaWBt thereof having bees made aad returned to laid conn, the Saal Bearing therei n will be bad at tnprtl tans of aaid court, cnmmeaclsr on tbe aih day of April. A. D., ISts. All peraoaa desiring may then and there appear aad make their defease. Dated at Rock Island this xxad day of March. A. D-, UBS. S. If ATTftOtt, Olives, B.CBahcb, i. R. Labus, m FIRE PROOF. One Mock from c. k. I. A P. Mm aTa 4k BJ SJ B ill road depot, Improvement"; cnstinv ?!rtnnri k. just been completed, and the house now offers every convenience to be found in any hotel, including hot and cold water, electric light and steam beat in every room. Rates 75 cents per day and upwards. First class restaurant in connection. WILLIAM MCCOY, Owner aad Have you Sore Throat, Plasties, Copper Ookrred Spots, Aches, Old Sores, Ulcers ra Mouth. Hair-Falllrur? Writ rVnx Raaanr Co. . 920 Bfjatotue Tcarp'e, Chicago, IU.. for ptxans or cures; capital, Bon,00e. irea m la to SS w WANTED. ANTSO-AN EXPEHIRNCED WAITER at noiei vt inusor. Mollne. w ANTED A GIRL 13 OR 14 YEARS OF age. c an at .hi Tenth street. WANTED -A COMPETENT GIRL FOR general housework. Apply at 808 Sec ond avenue. r ANTED-TO RENT AN 8 OS 10 ROOM V V modern house May I or before. Address x ARi.cs-offloe. WANTED - HOL'SEC LEAKING, OR washing and ironing by the day. In quire at G05 Tenth street. WANTED NICELY FURNISHED ROOM with bath; must be east of Sixteenth street. Address L, Abgtjs office. WANTED TO RENT A HOUSE OR Hat Of tttu.Il, HW. iw ,. " . . " . wi.. .u vuvim liga tion. Address 1038 Twenty -first street. WANTED TO RENT A FLAT OF S OR 4 rooms. Furnished nrrferrarl Bui locotion and nriee. Addnt tri.t au.no office. WANTED LOCAL AGENTS TO BELL Ink erasing penel'. Good profits. Quick seller. Samples 35 cents. F. K. Gilmore, Mon mouth. PL WANTED-GOOD8 TO STORM IN CHEAP, clean aad light storage rants, with ele vator at 1823 Second avenue. Johnny Jones. Two rings on 1S47. WANTEO-300 HORSES TO CUP BY electtlolty at tbe Metropolitan Hone Shoeing shop, corner Third and Rook Island streets, Davenport. WANTED TO RENT A SMALL COT tage In good location, not too far oat. Give price and particulars. Address "Cot tage," akgcs office. TETANTED THREE COLLECTORS AND salesmen, gooa pay. inquire of the Sinirer Manufacturing oomoany, 200 West Second street, Davenport, Iowa. WANTED AGENTS TO SELL OUR OILS and greases i Rook Island and vicinity. Permanent position for the right man. The Canfield Oil company, Cleveland, Ohio. WANTED EVERYWHERE LADIES TO Introduce Eudora's hose Cream, the great complexion remedy. Address Eudora .vuv.vu.,..' i aula uuuu u((, uumotua, lOWB. urANTKn Rv.r.ram.a uiv wo V V merchants and manufacturers Cnlted States and Car ad a Mercantile agency. Fm- tablished in 1882. 384 Dearborn street, Chi cago, Ills. WANTED RELIABLE MEN TJ TACK up advertttlng signs- 112.50 weekly: steady work. Send 10 cents for postage, sam ple, etc. Young Medicine company, 2428 North Colorado street, Phuadelpbla, Pa. w 'ANTED TO RENT A HOUSE WITH . . m. i wuj v must dc in repair "uu iu uusiittuic iucauou; tne southern part of Rock Island preferred: rent not over SIS per month. Address N, care of A Bans. WANTED AGENTS; REQUIRES NO Ex perience: quick setl-rs; either sex; name on postal: no m iney or stamped envel ope asked: be quick. R. J. H. Smith A Co., Fifth and Race streets. Cincinnati. Ohio. TENANTED AGENTS AND SALESMEN; a uay piaung taoieware new pro cess: costs but 8 cents to plate one dozen knives to wear fire years. Sand 25 nests tit formula. Winkler Chemical company, St, Louis, Mo. WANTED - AGENTS, LADIES AND r gents: w per aay. to sen new invention to prevent ladles' hats from blowing off: sam- Sle 15 cents: satisfaction guarsntaed. AdV rets (leorire J . Johnson, 88S Osceola avenue. St. Paul, Minn. XXTANTED ENGAGEMENTS TO PLAY V V for oances by J. J. Baker (with Otto's men), who guarantees good muste. Henry V enlimr. prompter. Also furnish violin and piano music. No. TOO Seventeenth street; tel ephone 3 on 1141. WANTED LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE to establish ageney for tale of interests in a Mexican octree, rubber and chocolate plantation: exceptional opportunity big money Investigate adilreu inn Nn im a..ki... street, Chicago, I1L WANTED TO LOAN MONET ON DIA moods, waiahas, lewetrr. hardware HUSJoal Instrument W4l iVLTT co-ida. furniture, ate. Highest eprloes The above goods fee sale at half the nure mliol tTIa IfSl Second Arenas. DotVS OBa xwo ruga on 147. WANTED AGENTS TO SELL MURAT "!' irrest Cuba bok: all about Cuba. Snain. and war- ..i . . everyone buys It: one agent sold 87 In oae dav: another made SI3 in one sour; 800 pages; mag atfloent Illustrations, photographs, ate.; jew freight paid. 20 days credit: outfit free; send house, 32i Dearborn street. Cbleage. Mott's Nerverine PiOs The great remedy iar tratiaa al acrwotia of the aex. raa-li at fl. hum " - .f". festive tsie of Tobacco or QaW lead to per box by maflj x -ana areaae aaat TWeatteta and lasaaltT. $1j00 boas tor KM. FOR SALE. TjVDR SALE SIX LOTS NEAR TOWN wa. uvraoai at on T7VIH sT.v nvr iKsvo 1! cbean. Near town (lnaana A TpOR SALE ISO-ACRE IMPROVED FARM A? worth 11.800. untU March Si al ios K. n Wright, Armour. S. D. JIOR SALE-REAL ESTATE NOW EARN A. log 10 per eaat os the lavaataaenL s -mire of Thomas Smart, 7is Third aveaue. TjKIR R A LE ENTIRE HOUSEHOLD FCR- -a- manioc meiuetng good hard coal and cook stove. Inquire at SMS Ftf IB TJtOR SALE-LOT SOUTHEAST i wenty-tnirn street aaa fOOt float. Wffl sell on aon T. J. Halpio, SOS Mala street. IEAJHTCORNa easy terms. Address eat, St. LouM. Mo. TJtOR SALE-LOT SOUTHEAST CORNEst Twenty -senond street and Ninth areaae; ss foot front, will sell oa easy terms. Ad dress T. J. Hatpin, so Main street, St. Lotos, HU TJWR SALE - EDISON'S PsaOJsVJTINO -17 kinetoseope, with IS films: latest Tflsl. new pnee aaft: wiu seU for SfSO. AaWraas Prinee, 108 west Fourth street. naslaaaM. Ohio. tpOR BALE GOAL IN ANT i1 ofKbtiaheaoroveratS.M dvered C. O. D to aay part of the oraera at uoaunerolaJ boom tataad. TjX)R 8ALE-MITEK CUTTING MACHINE? A7 lever power: abm one t-aorae, uprhrhS steam eaatae and holler. In anod aoaBluaa. aw wli trade. E. A. Moore Co., I OS MSJB street, Richmond. lad. IpOR SALE A NEAT OFFICE OAHINeV A? with about no different shoes, emtaeie fast filing legal blanks or any description of papers ia flat form to be kept la shape for writing. A comprehensive lodex eOBBBelafl Just the thing for aay office with oootraets, etc . to flie. Address H. E. C pare of Tata Aacoa, XfiOR SALE WELL ESTABLISHED Ht'81-A- neat; doing about SSO.ooo per anaam; lo cated on the moat prominent oorrjer In tbe city ot San Antonio: l .000 oars pass the store every day: one-third first class faming lands In Missouri or Kansas, balance eaak or Ha equivalent. Address CoL J. A. Bradley. SttiA E Houston street, San Antonio. Tex. GtOR SALE A NUMBER OF VACANT A7 lots In Burnet's addltios: very eentral; within easy reach of the government ar-enak most of the large shops in Molina and the roundhouse ot the Cblosgo. Roeh lelaad A Pa cme railroad. Anyone having the ready cash oaa buy one or an of them aa a bargain. Alee a few cottages. Apply to F. M. Binaet, 4 JOS Fifth avenue. FOR RENT. TjWR RENT-TWO FURNISHED BOOMS. A. Hoard if desired, 1800 Fifth avenue TjlOR RENT-TWO VERY DESIRABLE furnished rooaas eentrally loeated at ISIS Fourth aveaue. T210R RENT - FLAT OF THREE NICE A. large rooms with water supply. Rent 17 Iminlre at 1016 Third avenue fHOR RENT A 7-A CHE G ARISEN, WITH A? dwelling. Thirty fourth street and Four tceath aveaue. Mrs. A. H. Ouyer. fNOR RENT SIX-ROOM COTTAGE, SIXTH month. Apply to E H. Stafford, JaehaoB iiuibk a WUIUV, HaWJUlO A CHipifS. MISCELLANEOUS. SEND STAMP FOR LIST OF 110 TO KM land. M. Qriffln, Cottonwood, Cel. LOST -A GREEN LEATHER POOKET book containing a small anal of aaoaej Finder BSBSSB to tats oMoo aad Be rewarded. LOST A GOLD RIN( ; HEARING INITIAL S' Kith diamond seta, flatter ratara SB B. D. South, 308 Ninth street, aad be Uberatly rewarded. RITE TO FULTON A YEAGLBY. Denton. Tex., if roa haws sannaaii notes or judgmenu va Texas parties that yon desire settled or aompiotassaa. MALE HELP WANTED RELIABLE MEN Ln lank na olnnun. rina. SI an -. ly: steady work. Bead IB Beats 'far goat ago, sample, ete Young Medietas Compaay, 249 boim tvwrssa street, miianaipaia. ra. REMOVAL. GET THE BEST nomUog, HCattitlgT, Gat Fitting. Scsrcr Plpt). All Work OtMerunteed. INI THIRD AVENUE DROP IS BILLY CATTON lj White Seaf saloon it if