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THE AUGTCJS, MONDAY. AUGUST 19, 1901
Published Da"- od Weekly at 14 Bseond
Areeae, Rock Island, Hi. EnMral at toe
Poatomee m Second-class matter.
I If TBI HAMS OF J. W. FOTTIB
'TERMS Dally, 10 eenta per week. Weekly,
LOO per annum la advance.
All communications of political or argumen
tative character, political or religious, inuat
nave real name attacnea tor puouoauoo. bi
oeh article. will be printed oyer fletltloui sig
Correspondence aolleited from every tow
h!p In Rock Island eounty.
Monday, August 19.
Chicago baa a new game that beats
the Buffaloes badly. The query is:
"Can you give me a dollar lor some
chicken feed?'" The dollar is
usually produced and the joker hands
over several grains or corn in return.
The commission of internal revenue
has decided that under the act of June
13, 1898, a transfer of a portion of a
lease requires the same internal rev
enue stamp as a transfer of a whole
lease. This reverses a former rnlinjr
of the commission oflicers.
Senator Faiubanks' reception in
Kansas was something of a frost.
The Kansans loosen up a little fcr
Teddy Hoosevelt because he can shoot
grasshoppers and things, but the
man from Indiana didn't seem to
have his magnet with him. He
could see ice forming from his car
Some of the Iowa republican papers
who bitterly opposed nomination of
A tt. Uummins for governor una it
difiicalt to do the graceful act and ex
tend the glad hand to the conqueror.
To them the band wagon is a verita
ble car of Juggernaut and instead of
being passengers with brazen instru
ments of acclaim they are unwilling
Thracians whose writhing bodies are
used for ties.
There was a grave omission in the
platform of the Iowa republicans, of
which the democrats are going to
take advantage. The subject of
equitable taxation is one in which
citizens of all shades of political
opinion are deeply interested jast
now and the republicans overlooked
it when they built their platform
The democrats are talking of making
Cato Sells their candidate and light
ing the campaign on the issue of the
fair taxation of corporate property as
compared witn private holdings.
Anti-corporation campaigning of tne
old-fashi-ncd radical . sometimes
rabid sort does not win nowadays,
but if the democrats prove unfairness
in taxation and outline reforms that
will be just to all interests, great
and small, they may make a jood
showing at the polls next falL
Tiik remodeled court house at
inampaign, is readv ior occu
pancy and will be thrown open with
ceremony Thursday next. The build
ing covers an area of 108x116 feet
The tower is 135 feat high. The
stone work extends from the grade
line to the second story. From that
point np to the cornice the walls are
of mottled brick with stone trim
mings. The main cornice is of terra
cotta, of a color to match the stone.
with heavy leaf ornament. The
building is covered with a heavy steel
roof, composed of steel trusses and
rafters, upon which is a 3-inch layer
of concrete, which carries the outer
covering of red tile. The construc
tion throughout is fireproof, all Moors
and walls being either of brick or hol
low tile. The floors are constructed
of steel beams with 11 at tile arches be
tween, the whole being covered with
about three Inches of concrete before
the finished floors are laid.
As the etory runs, once there was
an old man, broken by years and
wrinkled by worries, who laid him
down to die. Summoning his seven
grown children to his side he deliv
eied feebly to them with his parting
breath this last message:
"My children, I have lived long,
toiled hard and worried much. But
as I look back upon my life I find that
my greatest troubles have been those
that never happened."
In other words, the good man had
spent much of his time in crossing
bridges that he was never to reach
in borrowing trouble that he was
never to experience. There is a moral
In this for everybody. How many
are like this old man who, looking
Has Secured toe
FIDELITY TRUST & INVEST
MENT CO.. OF CHI
CAGO As Financial Agent. .
Reliable male or female Agents.
No capital required. Will not
Interfere with other business.
No limit to what active agents
can earn. Address giving ref
erences. Fidelity Trust and
Stock Exchange Building, Chicago.
back over his life, discovered that he
might have been much happier, mich
less burdened by care, if "troubles
that never happened" had not been
carried and nursed by him? The old
adage that says "never borrow trou
ble" is one that every one should bear
in mind as they go about their daily
business. There are actual troubles
enough in life without worrying over
those that have not happened.
KKYA.N HITS TUK All
Mr. Bryan has brought into clear
light one reason why the workingmen
of the country regard with alarm the
tendency to the consolidation of great
industries under a singlo control.
creating virtual monopoly and sure
to result in actual monopoly in many
branches of business. In the days of
smaller establishments competing for
trade, the workman who Jelt one cm
plover, whether in consequence of a
strike or for personal reasons, was
practically sure of iinding employ
ment of the same kind somewhere
else. - When all the mills or factories
doing one kind of work are owned and
controlled by one master the work
man will be absolutely at the mercy
of that master. He may be black
listed at every place where the work
he can do is carried on witboat in
volving any illegal conspiracy, since
a man cannot conspire with himself,
and may refute a person employment
in any establishment he owns or man
ages. In this way it is hoped to in
timidate all who would engage in a
strike, whatever hardship may be im
posed on them. They will have to
submit to any terms offered, for the
possibility of bettering their condi
tion by changing their employer will
no longer exist.
King; Uodo" Httll Kelgua lu Chicago.
While everybody in Chicago and
vicinity is Hocking to the Studebaker
to see and hear that phenomenally
successful comedy opera, "King
Dodo," now in its 12th week, th
question is asked a thousand times a
day, "Where did they get such a
name for a comecvy opera r' ana
"Why do they use that funny bird
in their advertising?" Tne story of
the bird is of no little interest. The
dodo is the only thiDg in animal life
that has become extinct within tne
time of men now living. It inhabited
the island of Mauritius when that
island was discovered by the Portu
guese, and was named by the Dutch.
The bird was what might be termed
an absolute simpleton. It was a mas
sive, clumsy, tigbtless and defense
less thing, about as large as a goose.
It possessed a stout hooked bill;
short, strong legs; short tail and
wings too small for flight. Frank
Pixley, in speaking of the naming of
his principal character in the new
and successful production, said:
"The dedo was one of the
traneat creations in the world of
birds in fact it was the most absurd
specimea of animal life ever seen. It
was notably a simpleton. To my
mind came the creation of a charac
ter equally absurd and unique. But
with this creation it became neces
sary to infuie a mind that saw noth
ing but the humorous, the laugh-pro
ducing side of life. Whether 1 have
succeeded or not may betttr be
estimated bv those who have seen
King Dodo.' "
IO I' NT TKUrU
11 Christian F. (iaetier to Marx
oss, tract for road in nw and sw 22,
17. 2w. 1.
William H. Sand to Caroline Schleu
ter, lots 1, 2 and 3, block 6, Hampton,
15 Elward H. Gayer to Christo
pher M. (i annon, lots 6 and 7, .block
(uyers third add., Kock Island,
Lewis J. Brown to Wilfred P. Hall.
assessor's lots 3, 4, 5 and 7, nw 1, S,
Charles II. Deere to Moline Wagon
company, tract in nw. 32. 18, lw.
part lots lo and lit, and all lot 14
Manufacturer's add., Moline, f 32.500.
Charles E. Ziegler et al to William
H. Ziegler, wj nw. 10, 19. 2e, 12,000.
Aug. 16. August Johnson by ad
ministrator, to John Dahlholm, lot 2.
block 1. C. G. Thulin's add., East
Peter T. H. Ploog by administrator
to Josephus L. Oakleaf. lot 19. block
2, Uaebelliehn's add., Moline, $975.
Aug. 17 R. Yard to Sarah L. Read.
part lots 12 and 13, block 2, Birth &
Babcock's add.. Rock Island. $3,500.
William Payne to Eugene J. Burns,
art lots 4 and 5, block 65, Lower
add.. Rock Island, f 95U.
. J. Burns to William Roth, part
ots 4 and 5, block 65, Lower add.,
Rock Island, $1.
Robert M. Trenaman to John M.
Trenaman, undj s 20 feet n 40 feet
lot 8, block 13, old town of Bock
Tbf Steel Strike.
The strife that is going on between
the steel trust and labor unions is
interesting the whole country vital v,
but more personally those immedi
ately concerned. What the outcome
will be will be bard to tell for some
time to come regardless. But what
more vitally concerns everyone is his
or ber health. Let poisons creep into
the system through burns, cuts or
Louises and the whole svstem is con
taminated. If you want to guard
against danger of this kind use I-o-do.
I-o-do is an antiseptic powder. It
cleanses thoroughly, heals immedi
ately ami promptly allays all pain.
25c a box. Draggists.
In Cases of cough and croup give
the little one Ono Minute Cough Cure.
Then rest easy and have no fear. The
child will be all right in a little while.
It never fails. Pleasant to take,
always safe and sure and almost in
stantaneous in euect. u. ii. jsteoer
and Hartz & Ullemeyer.
What m Tale It Tells.
If that mirror of touts shows a
wretched, sallow complexion, a jaun
diced look, moth patches and blotches
on the skin, it's liver trouble; but Dr.
King's New Life Pills regulate the
liver, rmrlfv Iho Vilnnil crivn nlpftt
.. t j , j-,- - -
skin, rosy cheeks, rich complexion.
Only 25 cents at Hartz & Ullemeyer's
Notice of Publication Chancery.
State or Illinois. I
County ol Rock Island.
To the circuit court, September term, A. D.
JimM Maimer vs. Julia Phillips. Frank M.
i-niuip. ciyue runups. Artie Phillips,
MuuJ Adaujs. Anna M. Phillip EdwardD.
l'tiiliipa. and O K. Munerly and Kruk S.
Cool, administrators of the ralaie of O. H.
Phillip. deceased. In chancery
Affidavit of non-reidruce of the said Julia
Phillips. Frank M. Phillips. Clyde O Phillips,
Artie l'tiiliipa. Maul Adams. Anna M Philllus.
Il ward l Phillips, and i K Moberlv. admin
istrator or ton estate or it r:. I'tiUlipa. tie
ceased. having been tiled in the clerk s ofl'iee
of tbe circuit court of said county, notion is
tberctore hereby given to tba said port rest
dent defendants tout trie complainant tiled
tin inn or complaint lu fcaiu court, on tne etiaa
eery side thereof, on the Utu day of August,
1101, and that thereupon a summons Issued out
of said court, where'n said suit I now pend
ing, returnable n tue tmru Monday in tne
mouth or September next, as is by law re
quired. Now, unless you. tbe said nn-rel
dent defendants above named Julia Phillips,
Frank M Phillips. Clyde C. Phillips Artie
I'bUllliS, MUtld Adams. ADDS M. Ptllll!lS. I'M-
ward U. Puillliw and LI. k Moberly. adminis
trator or the estate or u. k. Phillips, deceased
sbitll personally be and appear before said cii
cuit court on the first day of tbe next term
thereof, to be holden at tbe court house in
tbe city of Rock Island, la und for the said
county, on the sixteenth day of Septem
ber next, and plead, answer, or demur to the
said complainant s bill of complaint, the same
and tbe matters and t hint's therein charred
and atated will be taken as con f essed. and a
decree entered against you, according to tbe
prayer of said bill.
Gkoki:k V. Gamiii.e. Circuit Clerk.
Kock Island. Ill . Aug. 12. lwl.
Ssaki.k & Mahsiui.i, Complainant's Solici
tors. Notice of Publication Chancery.
McCaskrin & McCaskrin, Attorneys.
State of Illinois.
Rock Island county, i
In the Circuit Court of Kock Island County,
to tbe September term llireof. A. 1. IMl.
Telitha Unburns vs. Kdrfar Kobblris. In Chan
Affidavit of non residence of tbe above de
fendant, Kdi;ar Robbiow. having been duly
certified and sworn to and filed in tbe Clerk
office of tbe Circuit Court oi said County and
State showing that the residence of tbe
above named Fdgar Bobbins Is unknown and
that dui and Ciligeut Inquiry has been made
to ascertain the same, notice Is therefore
hereby given to the said non resident defend
ant tbat tbe complainant tl'ed ber bill of com
plaint In said Court, on the cbancerv side
tbereof, on tue 17th day of August. A. D. IWI J
aod that thereupon a summons issued out of
said Ciiycuit Court of Kock Island Countv.
" hi. it hi nwu suih uov pcuuiuK, rciurnsnic
on tbe third Monday In the month of Seotem
ber next, as Is required by law. Xow, un
less you. the said non-resident de
fendant above named. Kd.-ar Kolioins. shall
p-i-sonally be and appear before said Circuit
Court of Kock Island, on the llr.st day of the
next term thereof, to be uolden at Ki3k is
land in and for the sn'il 1 Count y und state, on
tbe third Monday in the month of September
next, and ple'il answer or demur to the said
rotiiplainaat s b:il of complaint, tbe same and
the matters and I hints therein charired and
stated wi'l be taken as confessed, and a tie-
cre entered avauust you according 10 tbe
prayer oi saiu uui.
tlBim.K W. Caviu.k, Cleik.
Rock Island, HI.. August 17. HOI.
MoCa.sk kin & Mi Cask KIN, Complainant's So
If you want 6 per cent interest on your
money, with fine tenth of the principal
paid to you every six months, or 7 per
cent with tbe money on call, or s per
cent principal payable at the end of
the period of tie 1 jan and all interest
payablesemi a inuallv. then Investigate.
of these bonds, bankers, business
men. manufacturers, lawyers, doctors,
investors and those familiar with In
vestments and securities, newspaper
men and officers of Trust Comoanics
say: -They are a safe and ideal invest
ment", their '-security beyond nucs
tion," "no better security to be found."
"The Bonds are Flrst-Class."
"The securities are not only profitable,
but a fair investment as weil, anl
worth tbe consideration of aty Inves
tor." A leading irsurance man savs:
'Myself and friends have over .so.()
Invested in these bonds wbicb speaks
of what we think of them "
'The Financial Aire.'" Cnited States
Investor." "Journal of Commerce" and
Investors' Review" all speak highly
of tbe John Mulbolland nonds.
Call and learn about them or address
C. E. Taylor,
Room 12. Mitchell and Lyn.ie ISuild
ing, Kock Island, 111.
rise w tsu n (yuan.
f a ro it, fcr Ccm M m Cms.
Fntate of Frederick Ulochllnger.dece&Red.
Tbe undersigned bavins oeen appointea ad
ministrator of the estate of Frederick Hloch-
linper. late of the countyof Rock Island, state
of Illinois, deceased, hereby give notice tbat
he will appear before tbe county court of
Rock Island county, at tbe county court room.
In tbe elty of Rock Island, at tbe October term.
on the Drat Monday In October next, at which
Hoe all persons having claims against aald
estate are notified and requested to attend, for
(be purpose of having tbe same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
uateo this zza day or July, a. u. ivoi.
Fkank liLucHLixcsu, Administrator
and Magnetic Healer g
Correct Information on any sub
ject. -J0 Ualneit street, Uaven
; port. Iowa, two blocks from
terminus of llrldge Line.
turner oecona ouu uai i mjuu
2 FREE FERRY TICKETS.
r4 Good for Season 1901. V
Our agent will bo at the Davenport landing and will distribute cou. r
rsnrta .rrl..U n.l.r. nrnaonlRl) .T. tllt
f t .un nuilll VTUCU - J
4S Two Free Ferry Tickets. Coupons will be distributed each day from
9:30 to 11 :C0 a. m. and 2:00 to 5:00 p. m. w
f AT HALF PRICE
4 These tremendous reductions to close out fjtiickly all remaining V
J tailored Suits. Walking Skirts, liaiuy-Day Skirts and Kereptiou vr
V downs, Silk Waists, etc. O
20 beautiful Silk Waists, in rose, .white, pink, gray, blue, yel
low, reseda, tan, red and black, tucked, corded, hem
11 stitched, etc. Regular price $0 90 and f 7 98, your choice 3.9
M All the 12.98 and 3 25 White and Colored Shirt Waists for. . $1.25 A
2 A11 tne fl.25 aod f 1.50 Colored and White Shirt Waists, choice 49c K
42 1 Foulard Silk Street Costume, regular price $30, to close at. . $15.00
15 line Tailored Suits in blues, reds, black, browns, tans. S
Thev sold for '27.50 and $35. vour choice $15 00 aS
15 Tailored Suits that sold for $18
J 12 Tailored Suits that sold for $IS
20 Suits that sold for $10 and $12 98, your choice tor $0.50 JS
25 Colored, Black and Novelty Skirts that sold up to $7.50 for $2 95 S
J 10 Black Wool Skirts that sold for $3 98 for $1.98
J Lawn WhhIi Dresses that sold for 14.50 for f'. 50
10 Black Wool $1.98 Skirts for
$5.9 8 Oxford Chambray Wash
J tucked, for '.
5 $3 wash Dresses, sailor collar Waidts, white piuue trimmed, for $1.98 f
4 1 lot $5 lUiny-Day Skirts for $3.25 N
4 Jtut received a full line of Infants1 Dresses, Slips, Gowns, etc. .N
Jewelry All the latest idead
Amethyst Novelties, etc.
2 STJEWSnEHD g
Special Master's Sale.
Jackson & Hurst, Attorneys.
State of Illinois, 1
Rock Island County, f
In tue circuit Court. In Chancery.
Tb" Home ituiMin!.- and I-;vn Association,
Complainant, vs Thomas K. O'llrlen. Defend
ant. General No. 4svL Foreclosure.
Notice is hereby clven tbat by virtue of a
Decree of said Court entered in above en
titled cause on tbe t'.ib day of July A. D. l.01.
I shall, on Saturday the :ilstday of August A.
D. at the tour of one o'clock in the after
noon, at the eisi door of the Court House in
tbe Citv of Kock Island, in said Countv of
Kock Island, to satisfy said Decree, sell at
public vendue to the highest bidder for cash
that certain parcel of Land, situate In the
County of Hock island and State of Illinois,
known and described as follows, to-wit:
I-ot No Twelve l- in lllock No. Four (I)
in Highland I'ark Addition to tbe City of Kock
Dated at Rock Island, Illinois, this 31st day
of Julv A. D l.ni.
Jai'kn in i UCKsr. Solic'tors for Complainant.
W. J. Kntkikin.
Special Master In Chancery Kock Island
Special Master's Sale.
Jackson & Hurst, Attorneys.
State of Illinois.
Rock Island County, f M
In tbe Circuit Court. In chancery.
The Home liuildiuK & Loan association, com
plainant, ts. Adolpb V. bwenson. Kver
ett K Whcelock and Everett K. Wheeloek,
Receiver. Defendants. General No. A'J:f.
Notice ts hereby given that by Tirtue of a
Decree of said Court entered in tbe above on
titled cu on the Btb day of July, A. V., VMl.
I shall, on Saturday, tbe 31st day of August,
A. D. . 1'jOI, at tbe hour of One o'clock in the
afternoon, at the Kast Door of tbe Court
House in tbe City of Rock Island. In said
County of Kock Island, to satisfy said Decree,
sell at public vCDdue to the highest bidder for
cash those certain parcels of Land situated In
the County of Kock Island, and state of Illi
nois, knoin and described as follows, to-wlt:
Lots No. Thirteen (i:i and Seventeen (17) in
niock No. Six (' in tbat part or tbe Cltv f
Kock Island known and called Columbia Pari..
Dated at Rock Island, Illinois, this 31st u i
Of July, A. D . IfOI.
Jackson & Uuust, Complainant's Solicitors.
W. J. Kntkikin.
Special Master In Chancery, Kock Island
Notice of Change of Name and of Corpo
rate Object and of Increase of
Notice is hereby given tbat a special meet
ing of tbe stockholders of tbe consolidated
Ice company (a corporation organized under
the laws of tbe state of Illinois) was held at
the office of said corporation In tbe city of
Kock island, Illinois, on the &Sth day of July,
1601. at tbe bour of one o'clock p ni., and that
such meeting adjourned to meet at the sama
place on the 3lst day or July, lwoi. at the bour
of one o'clock p. m., and that such adjourned
meeting was convened and held at the time
and place last a foresaid, and tbat at sucn
adjourned meeting tre name of said corpora
tion was changed to Union Ice and Coal com
pany: tbe object for which said corporatioa
was formed was changed so that tbe same
shall hereafter be as follows, to-wit: "To cut,
store, manufacture, buy. sell and deal in ice.
and to buy, sell and deal In fuel and in building
material and supplies of all kinds:" and the
capital stock of said corporation waslncreased
from tbe sura of tea thousand dollars 10 000)
to t tbe sunt' of sixteen thousand dollars
( id r); and notice is rurtner given tbat cer
tificates of such changes have been filed in tbe
o.'llce or the Secretary of State and la the
office of the Recorder of Deeds in the County
of Kock island, state of IUibola, as provided
f law-. .
Dated at kock usiauu, minnis. August 7, IW01.
Otto K.k-h, iTesident
O. A. Schucsku Secretary.
I5illt flfl StDTO Will f-nlitlfl V fill tO
J4, $22.50 and $25 fur $12 50
and $20 for $'J 75
75 e O
Dresses, Skirt and Waist )
in Hair Ornaments, Torquoise and fa
WANTKD SF.WIXt; AT 2riS FIFTH AVIv
nue. Fancy dressmaking aud tailor
suits a tpectalty.
rANTKII SITI'ATION AS STKNO
v grapher Uood references. Address
"X so. Atkinson. Ill
XTANTFfJ CHII.I'HKN TO CARE FOR.
f T ( iood home and k'nd treatment. Teres
reasonable. Apply 311 Tenth street.
TVTANTFD SITI'ATION AS HOUSE
v keeper by midd:e-aLed lady: capable
anu rcnaoie. Address lm. akii:s.
WANTF.I1 I'LACK AS N ("RSK rtIRL TO
lake care of smail child or to do plain
wing by the day. Address II. i". care of
MADAM ST. MARIK, PALMIST AND
CI-irvovant, tells you the past, present
and future correctly. Tells you everything
pertaining to business, niamace, divorce, love
uflalrs. sickness, death, aceiaents and every
thing of interest. One call will prove her won
derful accuracy umee hours rroiu 1 to 10 p. in.
No U6 Fourth avenue.
Special Master's Sale.
Jackson & Hurst, Attorneys.
State of Illinois.
Rock Island County, f s3'
In tbe Circuit Court. In chancery:
'ihe Home liuilding and Linn association,
Complainant, vs. James Downing and Re
becca Downing. General No. 4103. Fore
Notice is hereby riven that by virtue of a
decree oi said court, entered in tbe above
entitled cause, on tbe fiih day of
July, A. D. 101, I shall, on Saturday, the
:ilst day of August. A. D. , IJQ, at
the hour of one o'clock In the after
noon, at the Last door of the Court
House, in the City of Rock Island, in
said County of Rock Island, to satisfy said
decree, sen at public vendue to the blbest
bidder for caso. that certain parcel of laud
situated in the Countv of Rock Island and
S-ute of Illinois, known and described as
- .'ows, to-wit:
jt No. Five (5) In Block No. Sixty-one (fll)
in tbat part of tbe City of Rock Island, known
as and called "Chicago or Lower Addition ''
Dated at Rock Lslacd, lllino's, this Ulst day
of July A. D. IH01.
Jackson & HURhT, Solicitors for Complainant.
W. J. Kntkikin.
Special Master In Chatcery, Kock Island
Notice of fnbUcatlon Cnaaeary.
State of Illinois, i
County of Rock Island, f
In the Circuit Court, September term. In
Fannie T McFarland vs William McFarland.
Affidavit of non-reaidence of tbe above
named defendant, William McFarland, hav
ing been tiled in the clerk's oOlce of tbe
circuit court of the said county, notice is
therefore hereby given to the said non-resident
defendant that the complainant
tiled ber bill of complaint In said court, on the
chancery side tbereof, on the Oth day of
August, 11AJ1. and that thereupon a sum
mons issued out of said court wherein said
suit is now pending, returnable on the t!rd
Monday in the month of Sep -.ember next, as is
by law required.
Now unless you, tb said con-resident defen
dant above named. William McFarland. shall
personally be and appear before tbe
said circuit court on the first day
of tho next term thereof to be holden
at Rock Island In and for said county on tbe
10th day of September, A 13. 1101 next, and
plead, answer or demur to the said complain
ant's bill of complaint, tbe same and tbe
matters and thing therein cbarged and
stated will be taken as confessed,
and a decree entered against you according
to the praver or said bill.
gboko w. CitMBLi. Circuit Clerk.
Rock Inland, ill., August 6, lwui.
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TflOR RENT TWO LARGE FURNISHED
A?' front rooms with all latest modern con
venienses. Metis if desired - Easy walking
distance to business center. 1000 Seventeenth
FOR RENT ONE OR TWO FURNISHED
rooms, newly furnished, suitable for two
gentlemen. Price tl f0 to 4.1 per week. One
block from Spencer square. Call at itfld Fifth
FOR RENT HOUSES
R RENT HOUSES TO RENT. HULL &
tOK RENT NICE BARM CHEAP.
P Apply 41J Fifteenth street.
FOR RENT A NEW 3-ROOM FLAT WITH
laundry, bath and cellar. Centrally lo
cated. Inquire at U5l Fit tb-and-a-iialf ave
nue. TiOR RENT A NEW FULL TWO-STORY
A- house with seven rooms on rifteentu
street and Eighteenth avenue. Enquire next
TjlOlt RENT A HOUSE OF FIVE ROOMS
A? with sewer and water. Seventeenth street
and Twelfth avenue. Apply to J. U. lieeeuer.
sou Seventeenth street.
TTIOR RENT A HOUSE OF SEVEN ROOMS
x witn summer kitchen, a cistern and gooil
well very cheap, by Kutherlne Graminp, 3101
Ninth and a-balf avenue.
FOR RENT TWO 7 ROO.M HOUSE WITH
bath and furnace heat on Sixteenth
street between Tenth and FJeventh avenues.
Inquire at 73i seventeentn street.
tlOR RENT NEW MODERN 7-ROOM
A? house, bath, and furnace heat. Sixth av
nue east of Twenty-eighth street. Inquire E.
J. Hums, room 11. Mitchell Ji. Lynde buUding.
FOR RENT A NEW SEVEN-ROOM
house with j;ood cistern and cellar. Will
lease or rent reasonable to rieht parties, in
quire at lull Seventeenth street. South Heights.
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
ETOR SALE OR TRADE HOUSES AND
lots in various parts or the city For
particulars address or call on Cooke & Meyer,
1011 Second avenue, itoeit lsiana.
1HOR SALE-CHEAP. A HOARDING HOUSE
Aj and lurnisbings. In running order and well
supplied with boarders: everything conven
ient. Or win sell Turnisuings to a tenant, up
ply at 501 Fifth street.
FOR SALE AN ATTRACTIVE NEW
e-room house, latest design and built for
all modern conveniences. Is now ready for
occupancy. Terrace lot 40x110 feet. Apply
at 816 Twelfth street.
1TIOR SALE CHOICE BARGAINS IN
AJ property for sale in all parts of the city:
houses rented; rents collected; money to loan
In any amount on real estate security. Fire
Insurance written In oldest and most reliable
companies. Telephone 4.S73. Goldsmith & Mo-
Kee, over feopie s r ationai nana.
T7U3R SALE LOTS IN MCENIRY'S AD
JD ditlon by E. J. Burns, room 12, Mitchell &
Lynde building. These lots are on Sixth ave
nue, between Twenty-elgbth and Thirtieth
street. Convenient to Fifth avenue or Elm
street street oar lines. Terms to suit pur-
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE A NEW BARN FOR SALE
cheap if taken at once. Inquire at bM
XnOH SALE A CHOICE 10-ACRE FRUIT
ly Improved, bee Keldy Bros.
FOR SALE CHEAP, A NICE FOLDING
bed at ;'34 Thirtv first street. Call at
once, as party leaves city soon.
FOR SALE A NEW UPRIGHT PIANO,
used but two months, good as new; best
make. Call at luiti Fir tb avenue.
FOR SALE AT A GREAT SACRIFICE.
Ocean wave that was in Kock Island
Buffalo Kill's show day. and the purchase at
your own price, as owner has other business
to attend to. Address Capt. P. G. Peto, Mus
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED TO RENT A HOUSE OF SEV
en or eight rooms between Seventeenth
and Twenty-fifth streets and Firth and Fourth
avenues. Address "D," A bucs.
MONEY TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNT,
on anv kind of security Also choice
property for sale and rent. W. L- Coyne,
t30 Seventeenth street, upstairs.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
cage loans by W. H Eastman. 171 Beo-
end avenue, without pabllty or removal. He
also makna collection hard ones a (Deolaity
WANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
monds, watches,-jewelry, hardware,
musical Instrument, bicycles, elotblng, dry
goods, furniture, etc Highest cash prices
paid for second hand good of all kinds also
The above goods for sale at hair the usual
store prices. Ail business transactions strictly
eonndentiai. rtis new number ana locatiot,
193 seoond avenue Don forget It. J. W .
Jones. Two rings on 1847
WANTED FEMALE HELI
ANTED WOMAN COOK AT THE
WANTED GIltL FOII HOUSE" WORK".
Inquire at 1101 Third avenie.
WANTED COMPETENT GIRL FOT,
housework. Good washes. 1200 Second
WANTED A GIKL FOR GENERAL
housework at 2xi" Seventh aveiiue.
WANTED YOUNG LADY BOOK KEEPER
and stenographer at Admits Wall Paper
company. Call Tuesday morning.
WANTED MALE HELP.
WANTED CARRIAGE TRIMMERS.
Good wages. Steady work. Apply
room is, Hotel Sommers, Moline.
VT ANTED ALL-AROUND LOCOMOTI 'E
" machinists: 32 centsper hour: no strike.
HickS Locomotive and Car iinrti r-'l.i..
WANTED BRIGHT. INTELLIGENT
young men as canvassers. Must write
good band. Address in own hand writing,
"S, " care this oruce.
WANTED ONE OR TWO GOOD INSUK
ance solicitors. Call at room 12. Mitch
ell & Lynde building, or address I S. Haifht
at above number.
WANTED A HOOKKEEPERIN A LARGE
manufacturing establishment Previ us
experience nece-sarv. Address, giving refer
ences, "M W. M. c." Dispatch. M aline, IU
WANTED SOLICITOR. ONE GOOD F()
all or part time Soliciting for attract
ive, small Investment plan. Keady seller
money maker. Addres Cattle Investment
company, Jacksonville. 111.
TTITASTFD TO RENT A HOUSE OK FIVE
or six rooms. Small ramilv. Imiuire at
1-I7 Seventh avenue.
TIT ANTED STARK NURSERY PAYS
cash weekly if you sell stark trees.
Louisiana, Mo.; Dansville, N. Y.
WANTED TO RENT, NEAR KOCK is
land, a good farm of ni to ioi acres.
Good buildings. "A. B. C'care Aif.us.
WANTED HUSTLING AGENTS TO
seU a rapid-selling article. Cvlberora
8:30 a. m. or after 5 p.m. at 2716 Firth ay ;nua.
Rock I&land. '
WANTED TO SELTj OR TRADE AV
equity in eight lot Abated in University
Place. Kock Island. Api7y toll It AibrccJl,
oln Twenty it ih street. Moline, III.
WANTED TO RENT. CLOSE TO TOWN
small Rock Lsland farm, is to 20 acres'
with good buildings, near where more Jnui
could l rented in the spring if desired Ad
dress "X. Y. Z."' ARSCS.
WANTED AN ESTABLISHED WHOLE
sale bouse, recently incorporated, ex
tending business, desires to engage competent
manager for brnneh hnnc. si.,i.n . i
month, expenses and commission. Must ln-
vcki. ti.mm m capiiu slock oi company, on
which dividend of 6 per cent will be guaran
teed, aud furnish satisfactory references
Address, Secretary, box 4W, Kansas City, Mo
LOST AND FOUND.
T OST-A GORDON SETTER PUP WITH A
rope around Its neck Finder return to
No 3 hose house and receive reward.
T OST A GOLD RING SET WITH PI A -J
mond and Emerald setting at Watch
Tower Saturday. Finder return to Akuus
oilice and be liberally rewarded.
I" OST FRIDAY EVENING AT THE TOW
J er. a gentleman's dark brown leather
biil book containing business cards of James
Kirkpatrick, of Waterman. III., and j'.t in paper
money. Finder will be rewarded by returning
same to Am. us office
SEE WILLIAMSON FOR STORAGE.
Monev loaned on household ir,-knlM- 1?1
TXTANTED GOOD.RELIABLE OILSALES-
man, uu ooraimssion or salary. Address
(Jiinkrr Oil Knd Imnlnmunt Anmnan fll...
MX) EXCHANGE-REAL ESTATE F1VE-
-L room cottage In excellent location for
rentiog to exchange for good residence lots.
Address D. C. S., AKCCa.
JP. WILLIAMSON BUYS. SELLS, AND
I exchanges all kinds of second hand goods.
will pay more than any other dealer and sella
cheaper. AUkludsof stove repairing and
cleaning done also. J. P. Williamson, 1616
Second avenue. Telephone number 4rt$i.
KAQS. RUBBERS, ETC. SEND POSTAL
card or leave word at 2205 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 pay you from
50 to 75 per hundred tor rags, and rubbers from
3 to So a pound. All calls will receive prompt
attention, u. mugger.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY, SELL, TRADE
or rent anything, engage help or seoure a
situation, the Mall la the one paper In Molina
that can Co 1 fewer you. Mail wants are doou-
lar and Mall wants bring results. One-half cent
per word Is the price to all alike, eash In ad
vacoe. S-cent stamps will do. Evening an
ttunoay asau. aaoune. xu.
DO YOU WANT AGENTS? MANY
years' experience places us In a position
to give you valuable information along lines
that will afjre you success. Ask for tree
letters of information and bulletin of daily pa
pers that pay. We also start responsible par
ties In the mall order and agency supply bus
iness. Lord & Carver, Kacine, Wis.
TXT ANTED MAN OF GOOD APPEAR-
ante at once: married and resident of
city preferred. Call between 7::W and .s.;:j .
m.. or land 2 or 5 and 6 p.m. .sol Twentieth
street, room 2.