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THE AEGrTJS. SATURDAY. JANUARY 19, 1901.'
Published Da'- od Weekly 1824 Second
Avenue, Rock Island, CL Entered at the
Postoffice m Secona-ciasa matter, j
IX THE NAME OF J. W. POTTER.
TERMS Dally, 10 cent per week. "Weekly
11.00 per annum in advance. - '
a ii MmmnniMtlMi nt nnlitie&l or unmeB
tatlve character, political or religious, must
nave real name attached for publication. No
uon articie.wui oe pnnieu over bouuuuihc
Correspondence solicited' from every town'
snip la Rock Island county.
Satuedat, Jancaht 19.
I desire to announce my candidacy for the
democratic nomination for the office of town
shlD collector at the next election, and solicit
the indorsement and help of all my friends
who believe me deserving.
, i?. H. Kimball
Let the wide wcrld wag ai It will.
For Shelby shall be senator still.
The republican party is reported
from SDriDorfield to be tranquil. So
is the dead sea.
Ik Mark Ilanna can't get all the
shipping subsidy he wants, he'll take
all he can get. Mark is nothing if
The Schuyler county supervisors
- i,av let tVio contract for buildin?
their new lail at Kushrille to the
. . m-m-w . m Tr a. f
Unampion iron worss oi xvenioa, j.
The price is $12,000.
The president has approved the
concessional apportionment bill and
it isnow a law. The number of mem
bers of congress after March 8, 1903,
will be 386, and Illinois will have 25
instead of 21.
Former President Harrison has de
clined an offer of f 1,000 for a lecture
at the Midland . Chautauqua at Des
Moines next summer. The commit
tee will now endeavor to secure Ex
President Grover Cleveland instead.
. Kansas legislators have ligured that
by spending $1.50 a day in hiring a
.man to kill off prairie dogs, $8,000 a
year in rent of school lands can be
saved. Kansas could profitably spend
some sums in ridding the state of
other curious creatures.
The world awaits with an anxiety,
borne of unaffected esteem, news of
Queen Victoria's condition. She has
been a good queen and is well and
justly beloved by her subjects and
is respected by all the nations of the
earth. It is doubtless the spirit of
brutal gTeed and lust of her govern
ment, that in her later years she has
been powerless to prevent, that has
The tip-to-the-waiter agitation will
not down in New York. The latest
contribution to the discussion of the
subject goes to show that a very large
number of the best customers of the
hotel restaurants have been driven
away from the hotels and into clubs.
and thousands more will go soon un
less the hotel and restaurant managers
shall make rules as to tips similar to
those which prevail in the clubs.
The impression of the greed of Knox
county republicans, hitherto alluded
to in 1HE AKtiis in connection wun
political offices, is growing through
out the state. . Here, for instance, is
what the Kewanee Verdict has to say
on the subject: "Whenever a citizen
is to be sacrificed on the altar of his
country, some man from Knox arises
and says in modest but distinctly au
dible tones, flere I am, send me.',''
Teddy Roosevelt knows a good
pxees .agent as. well as. good, game
The story of the strenuous colonel's
repeated - feats, first -of . shooting, a
mountain lion on the fly, and then of
bringing down a-thousand pound cin
namon bear that was about to devour
him, would have seemed to lit the
strenuous colonel for his forthcoming
duties' as 'presiding officer of the
United States senate were it not, for
the news today's dispatches bring of
his having been chased up a tree by a
horde of hungry timber wolves
However, as was observed at the out
set of this reference, Teddy's press
manager is keeping him so beauti
fully to the center of the stage that
he bids well to hold his situation for
at least four years to come.
Representative Samcelsox has
introduced -a bill in the house at
Rheumatism, Backache, etc.
OR. RICHTER S WorM-Renowncd
One well-known person ' letter wit of m ny;
ant iswu ram. tone kwuumt vt
RMJSf .New York. Jan. 17!!? 1892
oajrf VienTiemen: .
i" U ryPFI rF hat Hon marvt-
C'Dr "oust or sufferers from Coidsi
I-6 lher complaints - vfsi,A
25c. and SOc at all druggists or tnrougn
Ad. BUfcUr Co.,211 Pearl St, Sew I tik
33 HIGHEST nl? AVAHCS
Kecommetvica oy prominent fhy-
mician, f nounat ana tcetatt
" r i iwr
mfhr under GERMAN
T is Excellent for V
COLDS. fiOUT. A
Springfield to amend the election law
by providing that the list of voters
and tally sheets be 'returned to the
county clerk of the county . in which
the election is held within. 24 hours
after the close of the polls instead of
10 hours, as now provided. The ef
fect of this amendment would in its
effect intensify rather than minimize
an existing evil. The judges take
plenty of time as it is, and the aim of
the law should be to hasten the return
of the election results and to insure
the publication of the same at the
earliest moment possible. The elec
tion judges do not need any more
rope. They need a little legislative
poking with a sharp stick.
tackling the tkcst.
The linseed oil trust, one of the
most villainous of the trusts, has got
into a fine scrape. It has been selling
a gallon of oil weighing seven and
one-half pounds. A. M. Heath dis
covered that a true gallon of linseed
oil weighs seven and three-quarters
pounds. The appellate court at Chi
cago has just given him a judgment
of $12,000 for short weight- on his
purchases, and the trust is liable for
similar damages to every concern to
which it has sold the oil within the
past five years. This would be com
forting to farmers and others who
have to paint their houses, barns and
fences were it not for - the certainty
that the trust can "make eveu" for
these losses by raising . prices to all
house, barn and fence owners.
The public career of Senator Shelby
M. Culiom affords in a sense a type oi
the professional politician starting
early in life and continuing without
cessation, practically," until past the
age when the average man considers
his days of usefulness at an end. . Be
ginning in the office of city attorney
at Springfield in 1850. he served suc
cessively in the legislature and con
gress until 1870, when he. retired or
was retired, and became a banter at tne
state capital only to reenter public life
two years later through the legislature.
This advantage,' easily gained for one
who had already been fortune favored.
be used as a stepping stone to greater
honors, the hi ghest that the state or na
tion can bestow short of the presiden
cy itself. He sought first the control
of the house, of which be was a mem
ber, and having gained it. reached for
and secured the gubernatorial chair.
olding this until he could secure
something better, he awaited his op
portunity for a seat in the United
States senate. To this high office he
has just won his fourth election, and
in the meantime he has aspired to the
mere is some satisfaction, senti
mental though it 'may in a measure
be, in Senator Culiom's reelection,
as long as it must be a republican,
notwithstanding that he is -so deep
dyed a politician by long experience
and practice that he has permitted
his narrow devotion to party to warp
his judgment and shape his course
contrary to his convictions, as was
shown particularly in the Porto Rican
tariff case, where, after condemning
the president's 'plain duty" Hop, he
finally became subservient to the ad
ministration lash, with the explana
tion that, - no matter how he
might feel personally, he belonged
to a great political party, and must
consider its interests first. Notwith
standing the fact - that he has had
more than is the. ordinary lot of pub
lic honors, a source oi congratulation
is to be found in the action at Spring-
held in his favor. He has in the first
place triumphed over the most objec
tionable element in the republican
party in Illinois, in the temporary
downfall oi the lanner-Lo rimer
Brown clique. -And - then he is
almost the last - of the old
guard. He has seen some of the
greatest figures -in the history of
his state and nation come and go
He has acted on the stage of life it
state and national affairs with such
historic l characters as Lincoln and
Douglas and the ! older -Yates and
Davis and Logan and ' Grant and
Oglesby. and many others who
in their day wrote their name
high in the temples of fame. He has
survived them' all, - and because he
still lives in personal remembrance of
them, discission of his election again
is accompanied" by. the hope that in
the rounding up of his public services
he may be inspired by the thought of
those other days when great men
were moved by higher impulses and
loftier. motives thaa they have been
THE. 8ENATK AND THE PHILIPPINES
' unrepubucan and unchristian is
the characterization ..that the Spring
field (Mass.) Republican, a newspaper
thoroughly loyal to republicanism,
applies to the senate's tabling of Mr.
Hoar's proposed amendment to the
army bill. This amendment, Fays the
which was defeated by the vote of Mr.
Hoar's own party, gave the benighted
people of the . Philippine islands
what is ' sometimes known as -a
show.'V It set forth substantially
that further aggressive movements on
the part of the army in the Philip
pines should cease; that . amnesty
should be proclaimed; that an armis
tice be agreed upon with the insur
gent leaders, and that ten or more of
them be asked to come to the United
States at the public expense, and talk
over the condition, character and
wishes of. the peoplo of the islands.
Let us stop this bloodshed and devas
tation of the islands, said the Hoar
amendment in effect, and consider
what it is that the people over there
Mr. Hoar's effort was directly in ac
cord with the Chicago Journal's sug.
gestion to the same effect Christmas
eve, but ' it does not -appear to have
A wearing out 6 the nerves; a breaking down oi tho nerve
strength; an unrest; a weakness or exhaustion of tha forces or
energy that belong to the nervous system. The weak, the care
worn, the melancholy, those with no " appetite for food, or who
have frequent headaches or nervous chills; the low-spirited and
the depressed are on the verge of nervous prostration. Men and
women who are easily excited, impatient, fidgety and unable to
rest or 'Sleep at night, should
energygwith the greatest of restoratives, Dr. Miles' Nervine.
"A cold, followed by menstrual derangement and " '
. hemorrhage of the lungs made me weak, run-down, blood
- " less and exhausted. I was so nervous that I could not . .
- ' -eleep, my legs were always cold while my head was hot
and aching.. I seemed to be always; la such a hurry;
'longed for food but could not sit long enough to eat. Fail
. . ingto get relief from my family doctor, I began taking
Dr. Miles' Hervine and slept soundly the first night. Two ,
bottles cured me." Mbs. Lu A. Votles, Lincoln, Ills,
Di?o Mies' 'Nesv&ae
Renews the wasted nerve-force
cells as nothing else can, and
Sold by druggists on a guarantee.
met with the approval of the adminis
tration or of the republican senators
who are pledged to its support. . The
Springfield Republican is severe in Its
comment upon their action:
"There isn't one of these senators
who, in the position of , the Filipinos,
would not fight as long as a live drop
of blood was left in his veins or a
spark of the American spirit ; never
theless, kill them, deport their lead
ers, burn their villages, lay waste
their country, until they are reduced
in spirit to the condition of a whipped
dog. Here we have displayed how
genuine a christian spirit, and how
deep a humanity, how great a regard
for liberty and sympathy with those
having aspirations to liberty !"
Theee are burning words. There
is not an American in the peaceful
enjoyment of the pleasures of his own
home who can view with complacency
the spectacle of a brother man being
driven out of his yea, though he be a
black man and a so-called rebel at
that. Our war in the Philippines is
not a brilliant success, and there is
little glory in it, no matter how it
may terminate. While it lasts we
scarcely have the right to criticise
England for her annihilation of the
Boers. Peace should be established in
the Philippines, no matter how.
Where is the statesman who will dis
cover the way?
The situation reached by this gov
ernment in dealing with . the Philip
pines is simply this: If the United
States, as the powers in control con
tend, has conquered and pacified the
people it can afford to be just and
generous to them. If it has not suc
ceeded in depriving them of their lib
erties after all in time and life and
money that has been expended, it can
at least give them an inkling of what
the disposition and purpose of this
nation is toward them and see how
that will work in lieu of vigorou
That Means BbeomatUm.
Sore and swollen joints, sharp.
shooting pains, torturing muscles, no
rest, no sleep. I hat means rheuma
tism. It is a stubborn disease to fight
but Chamberlain's Pain Balm has con
quered it thousands of times. It will
do so whenever . the opportunity is
ottered, iry it. One application re
lieves the pain. For sale by all drug
Imitators have been manv
Thoughtful people have learned that
true merit comes onlv with the genu
ine Rocky Mountain Tea made by
Aiauison jueuicine company, so cents
T. H. Thomas' pharmacy.
A NEW INSTITUriON
LOCATED IN HOCK ISLAND.
DR. J. ALVIN HORNE,
Has established in this city tbe
llliBOi Inbrmary oi Natural Healing.
. This institution is for tbe treat
ment and cure of all chronic, nervous
and special diseases by its new drug
Dr. Home, the president and origi
nator of this drugless method, is also
an eminent physician and is thor
oughly competent to treat yoa, no
matter- what your malady mar be.
He will be pleased to see all who are
afflicted with any disease and are de
sirous of being cured to stay cured.
In order to demonstrate his ability to
cure disease, Dr. Home will give ab
solutely free two - trial treatments to
all who call this week. The office,
which is 'located in the Mitchell &
Lxnde building, rooms 49, 50 and 51,
is now open and ready to receive
patients, lto not lorget that Dr. Home
will give absolutely tree two trial treat
ments- to all who this week avail
themselves of thit grand opportunity.
Consultation, examination and ad
vice free. Take elevator to fourth
floor. . Office hours 0 a. m. to 8 p. ni.
Sundays 9 to 10 a. m. ; . I
replenish the stores of nervous
and repairs the worn-out brain.'
is the best of all restoratives
Db. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
WANTED MALE HELP.
TTfTAKTED-A COLLECTOR AND S VLES
man at 328 Twentieth street.
tTTT ANTED noon rut t a nt p nrr. a t ttc
man, on commission or salary. Address
vutKr uu ana implement company, uieve-
TTANTED ENERGETIC SALESMAN.
T one witn experiet.ee preferre-: must
furnisn nrst-class references. Apply to Jewel
twuuujs vvuiyaoy, iieveiaca, umo.
TTTANTED MAN OP ROOD APPEAR-
mice, nesiaent oi city p-ererred. Per
manent position to riiht ram Call from io
9 a. m , 5 to p. m. Room 3, 301 Twentieth
Vr ANTED ENGINEERS. FIBEMEM. MA
chinists and electricians New 40-page
namnilit nrtntitinlnrv ihav ..... . t. a w
mini board of engineers - Sent free. George
llfAMFD-SUN rrrr :IIT rmo.n
J wr. to manage business of old estab-
i.sucu uuuic. saiarv Tit per week ana expenses
payable each week direct from headquarters;
expense money advanced: position permanent
reference. Standard house, 301 Cast an build
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
"AJTED AG1RL FOR GENERi
housework at 80 Nineteenth street.
IVTANTEO LADY RETOUCHER, EXPER-
. icucm, tiui on wanKolo.
riTANTED-A GIRL FOR GENERAL
uyuacnum. Appiy at Twentieth
rTAN TED COMPETENT dTRT. vna nv-sr.
erjil housework at 713 Twenty-third
' WANTED MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED BOARDERS. CHOICE ROOMS
- - uvmu m .mo x u ur tu avenue.
WANTED-TWO FURNISHED ROOMS
for lnjht housekeeping by man and wife
I n f l-a I liAjlinn I... ff...... ..1 .) I . . ..
TTTANTED HUSTLING AGENTS TO
sell a rapid -selling article. C 11 before
r? i t i Bt " 10 nth avenue
I en or e,P-nt rooms between Seventeenth
and Twenty-nfth streets and Fifth and Fourth
VVANT,ED-nVA yOUNU MAN-BOARD
, wr room m private fsmilv
walking distance of Second avenue and Sev
Ahgcs. " uuresa IO'.
VyANTEl-IF YOty ARE ABLE TO FUR
. "n mau uep -Bit i can place you in i
position where vou can nl tr. i .
Call afters p. m. 637 Seventeenth street!
WANTED A LADY WHO IS OOMPE
Lfnt tfk lAAt lit- sv .
P.ertiniog to the diseases of women. To the
"j " iven a permanent position
building. ' "1"cncu ynu
LOST AND FOUND.
I A KM x DISCHARGE OF
Zvf m v uiuuiccis. rmaer leave at Au
LOST-LADY S WATCH AND FOB BE
tWPPh Itlirt ll rarAn 1 . - X.
5k"!S Reard wUl be paid for Its return to
utvuwio oiurr, ion r uin avenue, Moline.
fLLUKEE THE HINDOO. ADEPT PALM
la try and life rRarlrr
this nlw f . Sir owp'uk in
' . ..'" ouo is me nest and mcst
7j,ulTy reaoer on earlh. Don't fail
t,irr, ."r" "a'ra. i "f e. she u
tr;,.r" . ikvi-c giyen in Duslness trades
Sf?ZnmTn,L?a' '?ve n1 divorces. Don?l
put ofT vour Rnmlnf hnt.n frr",.'
be nlRooH ."T.. -"7.-"-w you win
, gives me omv true Hin-
doo charm tr, hrma r Tl' Ti r .nlnw
vmi ( . .V j,, ourth
w owcuisn Lutheran church
MONEY TO LOAN.
ill'"-" iu u-an U1 A X AMniTWT
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL 1IORT
turn nuiiliiW PT f . V, A
opd avenue, without pubUty or removal. H
also maltea ooueotlona hard ones a specialty
TTTANTED TO LOAN MONEY rw mi
.UOw Uu.uu, isi.-uich, oiotmng. arv
goods, furniture, eta Highest cash prices
ovwwu uau Rwua VI mil KIDG8 aiSO
Thfl lhnv rrrtAta trim oal a. v.i , v
v B wua w oaMQ UWI iqr UKrt &I
ftnnaw nriiAa A II Knafn Ana a . - .
confidential. His new number and locTtlor?
Jones. Tworinrsonl3l7 V
jiiurtKV TO LOAN ON HOIJSEHbLD
"uunuic, (iiuuuN uorseajr cvriaKes.
wagons, live stock and other pestomd proper"-
--- ---- . .uyJ.....Uu me property ana
have the use of the money. Loimmn.P,i
on short notice atd without publicity.
II TTIAli n ra Still m mV a a 1 mJ
hi. . "V " "pwara. we reduce
the Interest as you pay back the principal and
?wySu,u. pay lb.e whol mount at any
''5le- l-'ult informatij-n regarding onr terms
and method of doing business cheerfully given
Mitchell & LyLde block, room 3 '-uaiPaly.
HAIR BALSAW j
CIf" nl b-RTtLl.ir lb li. I
i'nrfw.tr Iuiur:iitit3inir'. I
N.-vor Fails tt X.rrtorn Onra
ILsir la tt VoiitJ-.r-ju Color I
IWtt, lht.innilrin-1 Ij .U Jj
1 ii 'i lt lm;fin.
5 ' WANTED SITUATIONS. ""
at hone or by the day. In autre at 413
Fourth street. . -
WANTED POSITION BY EXPERIENCED
pharmacist In either of tri-citlrs. Ad
dress -Pharmacist," care of Evening Mail,
WANTED A LADY DESIRES A SITU
ation as housekeeper ip small family or
as companion for invalid. Address "H" care
lock box No. 405. Rock Island.
WANTED SITUATION BY YOUNG
lady (American) to assist old couple or
widow, or to take care of ch ldren. Home de
sired more than salary. Address "M So"
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOX BENT FURNISHED EOOM WITH
all modern conveniences. MX! Fifteenth
FOR RENT A FURNISHED ROOM SUIT A
ble for two persons. Call at 1608 Second
arenue; second floor.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS WITH
board; home cooking. Modern and home
like convenience, at 1411 Fourth avenue. ,
T7K)R RENT TWO FURNISHED FRONT
A? rooms, steam heat and bath. All modern
conveniences; three blocks from postofflce.
55) Sixteenth street.
FOR RENT NICELY FURNISHED
front room and alcove, suitable for two,
on Twenty-third street. Rent reasonable.
Address "L. Ii," ABGCS.
FOR RENT HOUSES
OR RENT FIVE ROOMS, FIRST FLOOR,
at -iSi blxtn avenue.
TjlOR RENT A NEW HOUSE. MODERN
JJ conveniences. Apply at 36 Twelfth
FOR RENT AN K-ROOM HOUSE AT 2R17
Fifth-and-a-half avenue. Inquire at 2832
T7TOR RENT TWO STORES WITH CEL
I? lars. 1702-1704 1 bird avenue. Inquire at
1821 Sixth avenue.
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
FOR SALE A CHOICE 10-ACJtE FRUIT
farm for sale in South Rock Islatrd. Fine
ly Improved, see Reidy Bros.
FOR SALE FINE LOTS IS SINNET'S
addition: also in College Heights and
Guyer s addition by F. M. Sinet, 317 Forty
CTOR SALE MODERN RESIDENCE WITH
1 lot 80x150, nine rooms, bath room aud
laundry.be t ween Eleventu and Twelfth street
jn Fourth avenue. Inquire at Donaldson's
FOR SALE BARGAIN IF TAKEN SOON.
A 35-room, weU furnished hotel doing a
good business In a live town. Two blocks
from railroad station. For sale cheap. S. S.
Hull & Co.
FOR SALE WE HAVE A SNAP. 12
room house; rents easily for J25 a month:
excellent laige lot 101x150 on which is room to
build another house. Investigate and make
offer quickly to Goldsmith &. McKee.
CTOR SALE LOTS IN MCENIRY'S AD
IT dltlon by E. J. Burns, room 12, MltcheU tt
Lynde building. These lots are on Sixth ave
nue, between Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth
streets. Convenient to Firth avenue or Elm
street street ear lines. Terms to suit pur
chaser. CTOR SALE TWO MODERN COTTAGES:
C new: now rented for tb per month each.
Good looaiity. Excellent investment. Nets
i per cent. - Each contains line porcelain
bath and closet, gss, hot a"d cold water, new
ly pspered. Cottages excellently built Would
make line home for small family. Cottages
can be purchased singly or together. Investi
gate of Goldsmith & McKee.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE SPECIAL INDUCEMENT IN
dwelling lot, good locality. nloMy situ
atedno tilling irJ.V). 153 down and balance
mortgage. Lot cost owner JooO. Investigate
quickly of Goldsmith & McKee.
LADIES, ATTENTION IK VOU RIQUIRE
your upholstered furniture repaired give
a share of your patronage to tbe expert, W.
P. Cuaddock, 317 Twenty-third street, city.
RAGS, RUBBERS, ETC. SEND POSTAL
MAW QW. VAIiak
a-w uaru ur icovc iuiu am x.- m a v
aue, or Fortieth street and Fifth avenue
It vrtii havA D.n raira mhhPP Ptrt . tn fifll
will come to vour house and pay you from
3 to 5o a pound. All calls will receive prompt
T P. WILLIAMSON BUYS. SELLS, AND
tt exchanges ail kinds of second hand goods.
will pay more than any other dealer and sells
Cheaper, au Kinas or stove repairing ana
Meaning done alo. J. P. Williamson, 1515
Second avenue. Telephone number 4864.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY, BELT,, TRADE
or rent anything, engage help or secure a
dtuation, the Mall is the one paper in Moline
that can do It for you. Mail wants are popu-
ar and Mail wants bring results, one-nair cent
for word Is the price to oil alike, cash in ad
vance. S-cent stamps will do. Evening; and
Sunday Mail. Moune, m.
CLAIRVOYANT YOUR FUTURE AS TO
business, love a Hairs, journeys, whether
lucky or unlucky, and all anairs oi me truth
fully toiu. races reasonaoie. jau at ous
Seventh street. .
TTT H. STRAUB, PROFESSOR OF DIA-
TT duction. AU diseases successfully treat
ed without medicine or electricity. Diaduo
tion cures while you fleep. no cure no pay.
Afuioted Dersons, particularly those pro
nounced mcuraDie. are invitea to cau or write
Office, 117 Sixteenth street between First and
Second avenues. Hours, 10 to 12 a. m., i to t
and 7 to o p. m. Sundays, t to 4 p. m.
Sale of Real Bstate.
By virtue of an order and decree of the
county court oi kocic island county, Illinois,
made on the petition of the undersigned
administratrix of tbe estate of Charles A.
Rose, deceased, for leave to sell the real
estate of said- deceased at the December
term, A. D., 1000, of taid court, tow it: on tbe
22d day of December. 1900. 1 shall on the 22d
day of January next, between the hours of
ana a o'ciock in tne aiternoon oi saiu aay. sen
at punlie sale, at the east door of tbe court
bouse in tne city oi hock isiana, in sia coun
ty, the rral estate described as follows, to
wit: AU the right, title and interest of said
Charles A. Rose deceased, at the Use of his
death in and to tbe undivided one-third ( of
lots one (l). two (2) and three (3) in block (1)
of Spencer and Case's addition to the town of
stenbenson. now city oi Knc isiand. more
particularly described as follows: Beginning
at the nortn west corner oi lot one U in Dlock
one (1) aforesaid, thenee east along the south
line of First avenue in said city of Kock Islar d
one hundred fifty-eight and one-half ('Sx)
feet: thence soutn parauet with the west line
of said lot one (1) one hundred fifty (lEO)feet,
more or less, to tho north line or toe alley run-
ins east ana west tnrougusaia oiocKoneti):
thence west along the north line of said alley
one hundred nfty-eiaht and one-half (15&H)
feet to the east line or t;ist seventeenth
171 street in said city, sId last named line be-
inif also the west line of saidlotone (1): thence
north along said last mentioned line one hun
dred fiftv feet (150) feet, more or less, to tbe
place of beginning, together with the dower
interest of the petitioner, Kila M Rose, In said
real estate, situated in the county of Rock
Island and state of Illinois, on tbe following
terms, to wit: cash In band on day of sale.
Dated this 22d day of December, A. D. 1!W.
El.ua M. Bins,
Administratrix, of tbe estate of Charles. A.
jAcasow & Htjst, attorneys.
Try a Bottle of
Crushed Fruit Laxative
GOOD FOR BABY, GOOD FOR MAMMA, GOOD FOR
PAPA OR ANYBODY ELSE.
Sick, half-sick or well it will do you good. For men,
women and children. Restorative, Digestive Touic.
Nourishes, Fortifies, Refreshes.- Appropriately styled
"The New Wonder for Bad Health. The crushed fruit
properties make it most agreeable to taste. In this re
spect it differs from medicine. One dos9 benefits. Large
For Salt by
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Mull's Ligntnlfg Fain Killer kills all Pain Inside or Outside, ?5c a Bottle.
Professional Cards. g
McCASKRIN & McCASKlilN,
Attorneys at Law.
Roclc Island and Milan. Rock Island office
over Krell & Math's store. Milan office o
a. C. COKNKIXT. . B. D. COHSlUTi
CONNELLY & CONNELLY,,
Attorneys at Law.
Money loaned. Office over Thomas' drug
tore, corner of Second avenue and Seven
JACKSON & HURST,
Attorneys at Law.
Office In Ro;k Island National Bank Building
WM. U IiUDOLP. BOBBBT. B. ItKTKOLDS
LUDOLPH & REYNOLDS,
Attorneys at Law. -
Money to loan. General legal business. No
tary public. 1705 Second avenue, Buford
K. D. SWEEMT. C. U WALK KB
SWEENEY & WALKER,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
Office In Bengston'.block.
C. J. S CABLE, C B. MARSHALL
SEARLL & MAllSHALL,
lawyers. . .
Moncv to loan on cood real estate security.
Mitchell &. Lynde block. Rock Island, Illinois.
McENIRY & McENIRY,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on good security; make collec
tions. Kererence, Mitchell x L,ynae, oaniters.
Office, Mitchell & i.y ode buuding,
" - JOHN K. SCOTT,
City attorney of Rock Island. , Room 4,
Mitcneu J-ynue ouuuing.
DR. CORA EMERY REEL
Snecial attention to diseases of women and
children, also diseases of ee. ear, nose and
throat, omce hours u: jl to v& a. m., i to p.
m. 321 sixteenth street, kock isiana.
J. B BXTBKHART. M. D.
MBS. HADA M. BUBKHART, M. D.
DRS. BURKHART & BURKHART,
Office Tremann block. Office hours 8 to 12 a.
m., 1 to 5 and 7 to p. m. Phone No. Rock
Island, in. JNignt eaus answerca iromomce.
DR. S. H. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist.
All diseases of horses and cattle treated on
approved principle. Surgical otjp rations per-
Orniea in .wicduuu uiauact. juitm knsaieu.
All calls nromntly attended to. Residence.
1110 Fourth avenue. Telephone 4062. Office
and Infirmary, FricK & ivaut2 s livery Darn.
DR M. A. HOLLINGSWORTH,
Office, Harper House pharmacy. Night
calls phone 4361.
DR. H. G. TRENT,
Office Hours: 8 to 12: 1 to 6. Y. M. C. A
DR. C. W. GRAFTON,
Rooms over the Itoaton Shoe Store.
Office hours from 8 to 12 a. m. and 1 to p. m
J. T. TAYLOR,
1 1 .
.. DCDliSt. ...
Offloe hours 8:30 to 12 a. m.. l:K to 5:00 t. m
HVA Eighteenth street. Opposite Union office
telephone 4objs" ,. --. ,-.
DKACK & KERNS,
Architects and Superintendent.
Skinner Block. Second floor.
. HENRY GAETJE, Prop.
Cut Flowers and Designs of all Kinds.
City store, 1807 Second ayenue. Telephone
UARPER'S THEATRE. '
- Charles Bleuer, Sole Lessee and Mgr.
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
Sunday, Jan. 20.
i"Hoyt's a Day and a Nights
. Lvon Hart. Jn
A HOYTIAN JUBiLKR OF MIRTH AND
Prices 25c. BOc, 75c and ft ft). Sle of
- seats at Hleuer's jewelry store Phone
4tiT.i. Cars on ail lines after tbe per- -formance.
Dont Be Fooledi
Take tbe ceruine, original
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Made only by Madison Medi
cine Co.. Madison. Wi. tt
keeps you well. Our trr
mark cut rn each packaK".
Price, 35 cents. C4ave7 r,.-..fc
In bulk. Accent no ".
MnroBTio tute. Ask "our drug
T. H. Thomas, sole agent.
Sawed building stone,
Ashlar and Trimmings
a specialty .
For cheapness, durability and -'
beauty excelled by nono.. This -stone
docs not wash or color the
wall with alkali, etc. Plans sent
ns for estimates will receive ;
careful attention and be retained ; '
promptly a cur expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Rock
Island on the C. B. & Q. R. R. I
Trains Noa. 5 and 10 will stop , i
and let visitors oft and on. . '
Bridge stone, corn crib
! blocks and foundation
stone, any size desired.
Samples of Stone and Photos of
buildings can be seen at Room
No. 12, Mitchell & Lynde's build
ing. Address: . .
ARTHUR BURRALL, Manager :
Rocs: Island or Colons, El. -
5 a - 'Mil