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1KB AB&TJS. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 15100.
F ubliahed Daily and Weekly at IBM Baeocd
ATtnse, Rock Island, m. ptattni M tb
FcnofDe m Seeond-eiass niwr,
m thi Aita or w. rirrru.
TERMS Daily, to eenu per week. WhU),
1.00 per annum In advanea.
a 11 communications of polities! or ars-omen-satire
character, palltleal or religious, nun
are real name attached for publication. No
raoh article will be printed over netiaious t
Corresponfleiiee toUofted from arary tows
thip la Boek Island county.
Wedxesdat, October 17.
President. WILLIAM J. BRYAN
Vice President ADLAI E. STEVENSON
Governor. SAMUEL ALSCHULER
Lieutenant Governor ELMER E. PERRY
Secretary of State.... JAMES F. O'DONNELL
Auditor GEORGE B. PARSONS
Treasurer M. F. DUNLAP
Attorney General JAMES TODD
Trustees I JOSEPH SCHWARTZ
University Of CHARLrS BLISS
Illinois. t Mrs. JULIA HOLMES SMITH
M. C. Tenth DtstrIM L. B. DeFORREST
Member Board of I Trm c. smith
Equalization. ( JOHN r. SMITH
State's Attorney S. R. KENWORTHY
Circuit Clerk. .v ANDREW C. DOW
Coroner J. E LARKIN
Surveyor GEORGE F. McNABNEY
Mr. MrKlnlry fist lirrn prnldrnt
for thre and a hnlf yrara. find dir.
fair tbnt llaif nort lru( bate brra
(ircnnlinl than In nil thr preilnoa
hlKlor- of tlit rnniilri'i and be ban
allowed three aralna of rongreii
1n cvntrnt and adjourn and he did
not recommend a prrlffe mriiinrr
for tbe tlntrnrllun of the Iroiln.
W. J. Ilrynu.
There ia every indication tbat
A'sebuler will carry Chicago by over
tU UUU plurality.
Thr Hill demonstration at tbe state
capital teat tbe reception accorded
Rooseve t, 10 to l.
Ai.t. tbat ex-f'resirient Harrison can
be induced to any in the present cam
paign in that the republican passant
of the Porto Kican tariff bill consti
tuted a radical departure from right
It is already generally conceded in
republican political circles that if
President McKinlev is reelected Mark
Hanna will be the logical candidate
for the succession tour yeara hence
if the republic lastt that long.
Ix an address delivered at the recent
meeting of the Illinois State Bar associ
ation. Ijevy Mayer.of Chicago, said thai
in l u there were less t ban ;,U)0 law
vers in a total population of 4.000,000
or one to every 1,333 persons. In 1850
this ratio was one to 1,000. The cen
sus of 1890 showed that there was in
that Year one lawyer to every 703 in
habitants, and the latest census, Mr.
Mayer predicts, will show a propor
tionof. about one to C00.
Wiikx Internal Kovenne Coinniia-
sioner Yates read the paragraph which
mentioned the fact that all democratic
candidates were natives of Illinois he
became excited, and wanting to go
them one better he declared in a
speech at Centralia tbat not only was
he a native of the state, but that his
parents and grandparents were born
in Illinois, lhis was news to a great
many people, for tbe biography of his
lamer locates the birthplace r the
old governor in Kentucky.
The tour of Mark Hanna seems to
be nothing but a burlesone. The
senator comes forth on the platform
of His palace car and ssvs that Mai
McKinlev is the true friend of the
laboring man and the real issue of
the campaign is the full dinner pail
Then be dodges back into his car to
escape the itbald remarks of tbe
auditors. Tbe crowd gathers out of
curiosity, just as it would to see some
rare animal frcin Borneo. They want
to see the man who makes up tbe
mina or tbe president lor him every
Last Satuidav occurred the 4(th
atmiversaiy cf the first fall of Pekin.
which occurred on Oct. 13, 1860, when
an allied Kuropean army entered the
city. At that time, although tbe suni-
lutr palace was destroyed, the allies
did not enter the iuij rial palace, the
generals teiii told tbat to invade it
would mean that bundled of innb. ent
women of the imperial court would
is the Beat there la for
Rheumatism, Lumbago, Gout:
DR. KlCHTEK'S WorliS-Rcnewned
None mnuine without Trad Bark "Aachor.
One well-known person's letter out of many-
New YorK.Oct. I2 1997. V
PAIN EXPELLER Is good
for Local aDDticationsin
Keuralgia end Rheumatism.
friiO of rm nnmaneim. I
25c aad fOc at aU druggists or tbroan
r. Ad. sUcatar Co. Sl Peart SC. Heir lark J
8 HIGHEST AWARDS
fycomwunded by prominent PKy.
commit suicide at the idea of tbe en
trance of foreign soldiers into the
sacred precincts. Pekln was a station
of the Keitian Tarters in the tenth
century, but Kublai Kban rebuilt it
in tbe 13th centnry and made it the
capital of China.
BKVEKIDOE HOl'MOS TBK KKY NOTR.
Senator Beveridge, of Indiana, has
sounded the key note of the McKinley
imperial campaign. He was put for
ward bv tbe llauna national commit
tee to voice tbe spirit of the trust par
ty, and he sums up the whole matter
in these words:
"If tbe opposition stys that onr
constitution foi bids the American peo
ple to hold and govern possessions as
their situation may require, 1 demand
that tbey show me the denial of that
power in the constitution. We are a
nation. We can acquire territory. If
we can acquire territory we can" gov
ern it. It we can govern H we can
govern it as its situation may de
mand." This a nejw interpretation of tbe
constitution. The tenth amendment
to that instrument declares that
The powers not delegated to the
United States by the constitution nor
prohibited by it to the state, are re
served to the states or to the pjople
Daniel Webster held the United
States to be a "government of strictly
limited powers, of enumerated, speci
tied and particularized powers; and
whatever is not granted ia withheld."
But Senator Beveridge declares for
his party tbat whatever is not pro
hibited. is permissible- We can hold
a subject people because the consti
tution does not expressly say tbat we
shall not. Ihi3 is the logic of his
Yet the constitution was founded
upon the everlasting basis of the dec
laration of independence and tbat sub
lime deliverance has for its central
principle that governments derive
tbeir just powers from the consent of
the governed; and it holds as a self
evident truth that all men are cre
ated equal and are equally entitled to
life, liberty and the pursuit of happi
It was left for Senator Bevcridge to
sweep away-both the constitution and
tbe declaration with an epigram.
TOKMIi AKK NO TRCSTS."
While Mr. Hanna was at Chicago
declaring that "there are no trusts,"
and allegiog that all combinations
that injure the working men nave
ixen punifbed, several huudred men
at urant. Hi., were enjoying tbe re
suits of trust work. A Chicago re
port tells of (irant s experience iu
In the discbarge Of the last of-the
workmen at the Siemens & Hoiske
plant the town of Grant, a suburb of
Chicngo, has been practically wiped
out of existence by tbe elebtrical
trust, and 000 men and women, upon
whom 3,600 persons depended for
support, have been made idle. These
victims of a great trade combination,
which is controlled bv the General
Electric company, face the -coming
winter with dread. Scores are leav
ing tho community daily. Its only
industry has been blasted beyonu
"The lastworkmen but 12, who will
le dismissed this week, were paid off
yesterday, 15 blacksmiths and S.t girls
were dismissed and told they would
never again le needed by the compa
ny. A few were engaged today and
tonight packing up tbe machinery
used in the manufacture of automo
biles. This will be shipped to the
Fort Wayne factory, owned by tbe
"Beeinnino with the middle of Au-
gust the reduction of force had been
gradual. First one department was
closed, then another, and the only ex
planation given was, e don t need
you any more.
"The following shows the number
thrown out of work by the trust:
"Automobile department. 250; ma
chine department, 250; foundry, 57;
tool, 50; winding, id; carpenters, 50;
motor. 75; blacksmith. 15; mica or
isiofflass. 35; total, K75. The total
weekly wages of tbe employes was
"Already the effects of the shut
down are being felt by tbe entire com
munity. tonr hoarding houses have
cloed, two grocers are advertising
their places for sale, fewer cars will
he run by the street railroads, wed
dings have been postponed and church
contributions have fallen off to almost
nothing. Grant in a short time will
become a deserted village.
"Most of the windows at the plant
have been nailed up. As fi.r as can
be learned none of the cmploves were
given a place in any of the other fac
tories owned by the trust. '
But tbe people of Kock Island do
net have to go as far as Grant to find
an illustration of the injurious work
of the trusts. The smokeless chim
neys of tbe Rock Island glass
works and the deserted cracker factory
afford an object lesson that will ap
peal to tbe voters of this section to
do what they can by their votes and
influence to destroy tbe trust system.
Centralization of business is the pur
pose ot me trust, xo cut down ex
penses mills and lactones are closed
in different parts of the country and
all the work done at one point. This
means loss of work to thousands and
the ruin of thriving towns.
Meantime Hanna. tbe republican
boss, sars there are no trusts.
Stops tlje Coogh and Works Off tbe Cold
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
cure a cold in one dav. No cure, no
pay. Price 25c.
"I have always used Folv's Honev
and Tar cough medicine, and think it
the best in the world ays Charles
Bendrr a newsdealer jot ErievPw For
sale by ail druggists.
Csto Sells, of Iowa, who has
been speaking in Indiana the
last two weeks, while at demo
cratic national headquarters in
Chicago, said: "I consider In
diana as safely democratic as
Texas. I base this opinion not
upou hearsay, but upon what I
saw while in tbe state. The
farmers of Indiana evidently do
not appreciate tbe trust brand
of good times, and tbey are not
going to vote for McKinley."
Mr. Sells reports a large
movement of Iowa Germans
from the republican to the
democratic party on the issue
TIPS FOR TRAVELERS.
Through, wide vestibule standard
coach between Kock Island and Chicago
via the 1)., R I. & N W. railroad and
the C. & N. W. railroad. The quickest
andbestdine. For particulars inquire at
city ticket office, 1803 Second avenue,
or passenger station foot of Twentieth
For the annual meeting grand lodge
ofiicer8, Knights of Pythias, to be
held at Danville. Oct. 15 to 19. the
Kock Island & Peoria railway has
placed in effect a rate of fare and a
third for the round trip. Tickets on
sale Oct. 11 to 17 inclusive, lteturn
limit Oct. 23. Three trains dally in
each direction. For full particulars
call on E. L. Goff, agent, or address
M. A. Patterson, general passenger
agent, Krck Island.
The D., R. I. & N. W. Ky.'will sell
homeseekers" excursion tickets tori
points in Iowa, Nebraska, Colorado,
Minnesota, the Dakotas, and other
points in northwest territory at one
fare plus f 2. Tickets on sale tbe lirst
and third luesday in eacn montn.
For particulars as to rates, time,
etc.. inquire at eity ticket , office,
1803 Second avenue, or passenger
station, foot of I wentieth street.
On Tuesday, Oct. 16, and on each
Tuepdav thereafter, up to and in
cluding" Nov. 27. the D R.I. & N. W.
railway will sell second class
"settlers' " tickets to Helena and
Butte at $25 one way, $45 round trip
To Portland, Seattle. Tacoma aad
Victoria, 430 one wav, $50 .for the
round trip. To Denver aud Ogden
$25 one way. Round trip tickets
good 30 days. -Tor particulars In--quire
at city" ticket office, 1803 Second
avenue, or passenger station, foot of
1 wentieth street.
THE DOCTORS EXTEND THEIR
Owing to tbe Vast Numbers Who Have
Been I cable to See the British Doc
tors. These Eminent Gentlemen
Have Extended the Time for Civ.
Inc Their Services Free for
Three Months to All Who
Call Before Nov. BO.
Uwing to the large number ol in
valids who have called upon the Brit
ish doctors at their office. 1623 Third
avenue, aud who have been unable to
sue them, these eminent gentlemen
have, by request, consented to con
tinue giving their services free for
three months to all invalids who call
upon them before Nov. 20. These
services will consist not onlv of con
sultation, examination and advice.
but also of all minor surgical opera
The object in pursuing this course
is to become rapidly and "personally
acquainted with the sick and afflicted,
and under no condition whatever will
any charge be made for any services
rendered for three months to all who
call before Nov. 20.
The doctors treat all forms of dis
ease and deformities, and guarantee
a cure in every case they undertake.
At the first interview a thorough ex
amination is made, and if incurable,
you are frankly and kindly told so;
also advised against spending your
money for useless treatment.
Male and female weakness, catarrh
and catarrhal deafness, cancer, with
out pain or cutting, rupture, all skin
diseases, and all diseases of the rec
tum are positively cured by their new
Dr. T. O. ' Felts, the chief consult
ing surgeon of tbe institute, assisted
by one or more of his staff associates,
is in personal charge.
Otliee bourB from y a. m. till s p.
m. No Sunday hour.
Special Isotice If vou cannot call.
send stamp for question blank for
Bbenmatlim Cared In m Day.
Mystic Care for Rheumatism and
Neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3
days. Its action upon the system is
remarkable and mysterious, it re
moves at once tbe cause and the dis
ease immediately disappears. The
first dose greatly benefits. 75 cents.
Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501 Second
avenue, Rock Island; Gustave Schle
gel & Son, 220 West Second street;
CASTOR I A
For Infant! and Children.
Tti Kzi Yea Han Always Bsngb!
Ommx The Direction Of GtArt&EAUN KimotIcC
Thursday Evening, Ott. 18.
THE HOOiIEK I'OET,
James Whitcomb Riley
In a Reading of His Own Works,
Under Auspices of
TriCity Press Club.
Mr. Riley Will Be Aaslated By
Miss Louise Westerrelt Soprjno
miss uik Junge fiaoiste
Miss Gertrude Stephens Mezzo soprano
Hugo ion violinist
And Peterson's Sextet.
Albert Peterson First Violin
Henry SonntaK Second Violin
Ulaua Koeoke Viol
Gustav Foehring-er Ue'lo
M1-.8 Luao Hranlng ttano
Prices. 50c, 75c and $1.
Seats on sale Saturday morning at Bleuers",
ia Kock Island; Flute's, Davenport, and Clen
DURTIS OPERA HOUSE,
Under the direction of
Chambkrun. Kindt & Co.
Wednesday, Oct 17.
Charles Ellis' Comedy Drama In Five
A MODERN WOODMAN."
Charles Kills. Lieut. Walter M
Ellid, Master Kay tllis and 3o local peo
ple. Admission-Parquet. Dress Circle and
Balcony 35c, UaLery 2?c.
DURTIS OPERA HOUSE,
Direction, of Chamberlain. Kindt & Co.
Friday, Oct. 19
ENGAGEMENT OF MIL WALKER
Assisted fay Miss Leila Wolstua and a
select company of player, presenting
a spectial ocentc production of the ro
mantic comedy drama success.
"Heart and Sword."
Prices 25c, Vo, 75e and $1. Seats on
sale Tuesday morning at Fluke's.
Charles Bleuer, Sole I.esses.
Friday, Oct. 19.
"A MODERN WOODMAN"
LIEUT. WALTER M. ELLI,
v LITTLE KAY ELLIS.
AND 35 LOCAL FKOI'LE.
Admission. Puru.uet. Dress Circle and
Balcony sso. Ualiery 25o.
DURTIS OPERA HOUSE,
Direction, Chambkkun, Kindt & Co.
Sunday, Oct. 21.
DAVID HIGGIN'S AND GEOKlilA WA1.DRON
(Authors of "At Piney Ridge.")
"COURTING AT GREENS "
A story of the Adirondack. Heautlrul
scenlu and eleciriral effects. Twenty
I'rtces The, 53o and 25c. Pale of seats
Fill Your Coal Bin
Now before the cold weather sets in.
and prices advance. We can furnish,
you the best grades of HARD AND
SOFT COAL. Indiana Block. Pocahon
t a and Hard Wood. Phone 1 19 i.
E. B. McKOWN.
Phone 1198, Fifteenth street and
All Paint Looks Alike
IN THE CAN.
It's after the spreading the
MOUND CITY CO.'S
Horse Shoo Brand
is strictly pure and there
fore costs more per gallon
than the cheap kind, but
spreads further and lasts
longer the cheapest in the
end. FOR SALE BY
Sealer ia Harswars. Staes,Ttnwar. sis.
Mouse City Paint aad Graoa Varnish.
tolas' Gftf paiais solvuiy gMWittM.
WANTED MALE HELP.
VAN'TED TYTO GOOD CARPENTE1.
AddIv to R. li. Budson'j earoen'.er shou.
1T0J First avenue.
WANTED GOOD. RELIABLE OIL SALES -man.
on eommiimion orsalarv. Address
Ouker Oil and Implement company, Cleve-
WANTED TWO MEN COLLECTORS AND
sollclter for Rock Island. Permanent
positions. M Mitchell & Lynde building, be
tween 6 and 6 p. in.
WANTED LOCAL SOLICITING AGENT
for accident insurance: ona who can
devote sufficient time to the bus pess to make
it prontaole. AdJress ' E. M." AKtsua.
WANTED OLiniTOR TO CNVASS
for stock in a Mexican Plantation c m-
pany. Liberal c mmissions paid: surety bond
iur i.uuu ana reierenc -s required. o rKe.
Address B. 15. care l-orrt .fe 'i hrimaa Chicago.
nfTANTED HUSTLING AGENTS TOSELL
...... f.wvu,a n.uuiu inswc Aigua,
stores want them: good inducement to rella
ble salesman. Th OQlo Illuminating com
pany, Mansfield. Ohio.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED LA UN DRY
at Harper house.
WANTED A GOODOIRL FOR GENERAL
A"NTED GI RLS TO STRIP TOBACCO
at J. H. Morrison s. lt-10 Third avenue.
rJlTANTEn-A DINING room girl at
v v sua rirtn avenue, for J. P. Washburn.
TANTED A COMPETENT COOK. GER-
v man prere-rea. sio Nineteenth street.
VXTA NTED TH B EE GIRLS TO LEARN
V dining room work. Inquire at Harper
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply at 87 Twenti-llrst
TTTANTED STENOGRAPHER. STATE
experience, and salary expected. Ad
dress "J IS,'' Auurs.
TTTANTED MIDDLE-AGED LADY FOR
Knrrai nnasewori. fmaii lam'.iy, easy
wo, i uu n fir, r uieeniu street.
fjrr ANTED BOARDERS. CHOICE ROOMS
v and board at s26 Fourth avenue.
TTTANTED PUPILS IN DRAMATIC ART.
i' elecutlon. physical culture, e:c. 3itiV4
1 wenuem street.
WANTED-TO BUY A GOOD SECOND
hand baby carriage. Apply at 25ir
t-igntn aaa-one-hHlf avlmue.
VTTA NTEH PA PER HANGING TO DO AT
10 cents a roll. Work guaranteed.
urop a postal card to A S. Allen, Sears, 111,
TTTANTED A F&W GENTLEMENPOARP.
v era, those carrvinsr lunch Dref- rred
Nice clean rooms and modern conveniences at
1411 ourio avenue.
1XTANTED TO RENT A HOUSE OPSEV
en or eight rooms bet ween Seventeenth
and Twenty-h'th streets and Fifth and Fourth
avenues. AUUr.ss D, Akuus.
TTTANTED BY YOUNG COUPLE. TWO
VV or t"ree unfumishtd rooms for light
oouscKeeping, or small mociern 11 at. Must be
centrally located. Address "W, care Ahgus.
XT ANTED T WO BOARDERS IN PIV
VV ate family. YoMnrr men or gentleman
ana wife. .Nice r out iui ui. all modern con
veniences .lo r.ignth avenue.
VTTANTED EVERYBODY CALL THAT
v uses a straw, chin or leeborn hat.
Cleaned and bleached while you wait 10 cents
eacn. zis ruteenin street, opposite court,
nouse. kock iiuana.
ANTED BY REFINFD SINGLE GEN
tleman. room and board in private fam
ily in central or eastern part ot city. Muse
hiLVft modern fonvpnjnf.pu Aitrl fm. o
care of Tub Argus.
WANTED LOVERS OF ART TO LEARN
to paint your own pictures. New meth
od of painting and enlarging life like portraits
by shadowgraph. Tauifbt for 1. Studio 21
Fifteenth street, opposite court house. Rock
VTTANTED AGENTS FOt "GALVESTON
It The Horrors of a Stricken CHv," by
Marat HaLsted. A fearful tale of a beauteous
city swept Into the sea. remand enormous.
Sp'endid book. Only f!.50. Agents selling
from IU to 100 dai'y, and clearing from $3 to 875
aauy. a bonanza ror aeents uniy indorsed
book. Freight paid. Credit given. Outfits
free. Send six 1 cent stamps for postage. Big
coTiinisions sena ior outnt ana territory to
day. The Dominion company. Dept. A, Chi
LOST AND FOUND.
T OST A WHITE AND LIGHT TAN PART
- sbepnerd dog. not full Krown- Pleaso re-
tuni w ruunu avenue ana oe rewaraeu.
T OST-ON MAIN AVENUE OF ARSENAL
A-J or In Kock Island a pink enamel wreath
pin set with diamonds, lie turn to this office
ana receive reward.
T OST AN A STKACH AN COLLARETTE
J between Milan and the 6-miie oot on the
Knoxville road. A suitable reward will be
paid to the one returning the same to 2129
t ourtn avenue.
TJ H. STRAUB, PROFE3SOR OF DIA-
M duction. All diseases successfullv treL-
eu wuqoui Teaiciue or .electricity. Islaaua
tion cures wnue you Heep. No cure no pay.
Afflicted persons. partlcualv those oro-
nounced incurable, are invited to call or write.
Offlce. 117 Sixteenth street between Finn, and
becond avenues Hours. 10 to 12 a. m , 2 to 4
and 7tonp.ni. Sundays, 2 to i p. nr.
SALESMEN WANTED TO SELL OUR
goods by sample to wholesale and retail
trade. We are the largest and only manufac
turers in our line in the worlJ. Liberal salary
paid. Adores. Caa-Dex Manufacturing com
pany. Savannah, Ga.
KAGS. RUBBERS. ETC. SEN D POSTAL
card or leave vord at 205 Fourth ave
nue, or Fortieth street and Fifth avenue,
if you have any rags, rubber, etc.. to sell.
I will come to your House and pv vou from
50 to 7a per hundred for raes. Ail calls will re
ceive prompt attention. H. F. Klugger.
J P. WILLIAMSON BUYS, SELLS, AND
a exchanges ail kinds of second hand goods.
will pay more than any other dealer and sells
cheaper. All kinds of stove reoairtng and
elraninc done al-o. J. p. Willtamnn. 1515
Second arenuo. Telephone cumber 4864.
PYOU WANT TO BUY. SELL, TRADE
or rent anything, engage help or secure a
situation, the Mali is the one paper in Mollne
that can do It for you. Mall wants are dodo.
lax and Mali wants bring results. One-half cent
per word la the price to all alike, eash In ad
vance. S-eent stamps will do. . Kvenlxuj and
Sunday Mall. Molina. Hi.
W. L. VANCE & CO.
234 A 2?5 Bialto Building. Chicago, 111. '
Members of Chicago Board of Trade.
"Bay VbHt and Corn on breaks.
Correioondnce solicited. Orders ex
ecuted in lOtO bushels and upwards on
Opposite Harper House.
WANTED WASHING OR WORK TO DO
at home or by the day. Inquire at 413
WANTED SITUATION AS LIBERTY
relief drug clerk or permanent position;
10 yuars experience. Registered pharmacist.
J li," Argus offlce.
FOR RENT HOUSES
OR RENT A 7-ROOM HOUSE AT 711
OR RENT PART Oft ALL OF A GOOD
barn at Mil Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT 11 ROOM HOUSE WITH
barn, corner Thirteenth avenue and Thlr-ty-e(ghtb
street. Modern conveniences. One
Mock from Elm street aar line. Well adapted
for boarders. Rent fcSi. Apply to E. H. Guyer,
Mitcbel & Lynde building.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOM, SUIT
able for one or two gentlemen. Inquire
i:31 Third avenue.
FOR RENT A FURNISHED ROOM SUIT A
ble for two persons. Call at 1608 Second
avenue; second floor.
FOR RENT A NICELY FURNISHED AL
cove room with all modern conveniences
Address 'M 17" AlUiUS.
FOR RENT TWO FURNISHED ROOMS
for housekeeping and one sleeping room.
Call at 529 Twentieth street.
fTIOK RENT FURNISHED ROOMS TO
a. man una wtie or t wo gnuemen; uc.i,
gas and bath. At 409(4 Twentieth street.
T7"OR RENT ONE OR TWO CHOICE
A? rooms, wi h or without board. Electrlo
light. stesMu heat, porcelain batb: imra (seventh
TJIOR RENT A NICELY FURNISHED
1? second floor room; outside entrance;
southeast exposure. Gentleman preferrea
Apply at 2801 Seventh avenue.
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
OR SALE-NEW 6 ROOM COTTAGE, NO.
8J'5 Fourteenth-and-a-naif street.
TCIOR SALE MODERN RESIDENCE WITH
J? lot 80x150, nine rooms, bath room and
laundry, between Eleventh and Twelfth streets
on Fourth avenue. Inquire at Donaldson's
TT101t SALE BARGAIN IF TAKEN SOON.
JP A 3 room, well furnished botel doing a
good business In a live town. Two blocks
from railroad station, tor sale cheap. S. S.
Hull A. Co.
TjIOR SALE LOTS IN McENIRY'S AD
Jj ditlon by E. J. Burns, room 12, Mitchell A
Lynde bulldiDg. These lots are on Sixth ave
nue, between Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth
streets. Convenient to Fifth avenue or Elm
street street car lines. -Terms to suit pur
chaser. .FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
TJIOR SALE-GOOD WASHBURN GUITAR,
A li7 model, cheap Address eultar, At
TJKR SALE A LATE IMPROVED SMTTH-
17 Premier typewriter. Inquire of Harper
TTIOR SALE A BEDROOM SUITE AND
A." brussels carpet. PBrtles can ca'l be
tween W ana 12 aoy morning at iiuj t wenty
TTIOR SALE A 4-HORSE STEAM BOILER
A.' and engine, very little used; also a com
plete outfit for sawing cord wood Both go
for the small sum of IH) cash. Address M. A
Carlson, box 1427 Moline, 111.
FOR SALE COAL IN ANY QUA NIT Y
of 50 bushels or over at 13.00 per ton, de-
uverea u. u. jj. to any part oi tne eity.
Leave orders at Commercial house barber
shop, Rock Island, or Enos J amcs. Milan-
MONEY TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNT,
on any kind of security Also choice
property ior sale ana rent, vv . ju uoyne,
xov stevenieenia street, up stain.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
ease loans by W. H Eastman. 1711 Sec
ond avenue, without pubilty or removal. He
also makes ooiieotions naraooesa specialty
TTTANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA-
VT monds. watches, iewelrv. hardware.
musical Instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
go'Mls. furniture, eto. Highest caan prices
paid lor secona nana gooos ot au kinaa also
The above goods for sale at half the usual
store prices. All business transactions strictly
confidential, tiia new number ana location.
1323 Second avenue Don t forget it. J. W.
Jones. Two rings on 1347
PSYCHO MAGNETIC HEALER.
DB. A. L THOMPSON TREATS ALL
chronlo diseases, functional disorders.
nervous and mental troubles. Consultation
free. iS07 Fourth avenue.
THE MOST NOTED GERMAN MEDIUM,
clairvoyant and Independent slate writer,
Is perma-ently located In Davenport, and eaa
daily be consulted on all questions of life, at
ner parlors, hub Harrison street, uavenport,
Don't Be Fooledi
Take the genuine, original
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TCA
Made Mly by Madison Mall
cine Ca.. Madison, Wk It
keeps yen wail. Oar tratfe
mark cot on aach package.
Price, 33 cents. ?Uvr co'A
in bulk. Accept oa afostl.
tats. Ask year drsgglrV ,
In all leathers and widths,
A A to EE. Light
and heavy soles. Rock
Island Union Made Shoe
Don't Read This
Unless you are interested in the art
of dress. Our many patrons hvo
been urging as for some months to
open up an establishment where
they could get their garments
made in accordance with the
latest fashions. We have now decided
to do so, therefore if the ladies will
call at our rooms. 1719 Second ave
nue, on and after Oct. 1 we will be
prepared to serve them. We know there
are a few places in this city where gar
ments are made well, but not enough to
supply tho Increasing demand for
Lup to date costumes. ibis ia
tbe season when tbe thoughtful
lady Is preparing her wardrobe for
tbe winter. If you will call, perhaps
we can be of service to you. Our
motto will bo "Live and let live." We
will be able to turn out your garments
on short order and will guarantee sat
isfaction. Call early and you will be
served. Our Diamond Garment Cut
ter ScnooL is open six days in the
week, as usual, and the olass is rapidly
increasing. If you want to be able to
cut and fit all classes of garments see
C. 13. WARD, Manager.
1719 Second avenue, second floor.
K GET OUTI
Sick and disgusted with the last lot of
coal you bought, chr Did not get
It here did you Know better
this time. Experience may b) a llulo
dear, but It's worth tbe getting when
It leads you to make your purob ses
of beat producers of Frazer. Coal
bought there cooks and beat? well and
leaves little ash no "clinkers."
E. G. FRAZER.
Jackson & Hurst, Attorneys.
State of Illinois. 1 M
Rock Island County. "
In the circuit court, In chancery. Foreclos
ure General No. 4761.
Elmore 11. Stafford vs. Clara Connor, Thomas
G Connor Mauritz Pearson, Anna Pearson,
Arthur Pearson and Clara Connor, adminis
tratrix of tbe estate of Andrew Pearson, de
ceased. Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a
decree of said court, entered in tbe'above en
titled cause, on the fourteenth day of July,
A. D. I WO. I shall, on Saturday, tbe twenty
seventh day of October, A. V.imjo. at tbe hourof
twoo'olock In tbe afternoon, at tbe East door of
tbe Court House, in tbe city of Kock Island, In
said county wf Kock Island, to satisfy said de
cree, sell at public vendue to tbe highest bidder
for cash those certain parcels of land, situate In -tbe
county of Kock Inland and state of Illinois,
known and described as follows, to-wlt:
Lot ten (10) and the north half (H) of lot,
eleven (II) in William A. Nourse a addition to
Dated at Rock Island, Illinois, this twentieth
day of September, A. D. I Wo.
awiii K. Parmbittkb,
Master in Chancery, Kock Island County, III.
Jacksou St Hdrst. Complainant's Solicitors.
Petition to Probate Will
State of Illinois. I
Rock Island County. (
County Court, Rock Island County, Septem
ber term. IbOO. In the matter of the probata
of the last will and testament of Jacob
Fromm, deceased, in probate.
To all persons whom this may concern
greeting. Notice Is hereby given, that on the
24th day of September, A O. lfOO. a petition
was filed In the County Court of Rock Island
County. Illinois, askiDg that the last will and
testament of Jacob Kromm deceased, be ad
m It ted to probate- Tbe same petition further
states tbat tbe following named persons are all
the belrs-at-law and legatees:
Caroline Fromm. widow, Mollne, VI.; Catba
rlne Hoffman, sister. Fitchhurg.Maaa.: Frede
rick Fromm, brother, Hardinvllie, N. Y.;
Mary Siebert. sister. Worchester, Mass.;
Koslna Gross, sister, Munsingrn, Wurtenberg,
Germany; Fredericks Wagner, legatee,
Kock Inland, 111.: Jotepb Enplnger, legatee,
Notzlniccren. Kircbelm. Wurtenburg, Ger
many; Margaretba Zunkel. legatee. Pilot
Mouod, Iowa; Catharine Btlehl, legatee, t
klnson. Henry county. Ill ; Frederick Epplng
er, legatee. Notzinlngen. Klrchelm, Wurten
berg. Germany; Christiana Arndt. legatee,
Green River. lit : children of Cbsu-lotta Haas,
legatee. Klrcheira, Wurtenberg, Germany;
children of Eva Kpplnger. legatee, Notzlnla
gen, Kircbelm. Wurtenberg, Germany; Board
directors Moline Public Hospital, leg.tees,
Mcfline, III : Concordia German Turn Vereln,
legatees. Moline, 111.
You are further notified, that the faearina' of
the Droof of said will has been set by said
court for the lth dav of October, A. D. IWOO,
at the hourof 10 o'clock In the forenoon, at
tbe Court House In Rock Island In said County,
when and where you can appear, if yon sea
fit, and show cause. If any you have, why sai4
wui snouia not oe saauiiea to proData.
HOST H. UDBBARO, CleiX
Roek Island, Ciinois, dept. 24, 1900,