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TIIE AUGUS, SATURDAY, MATtCII 129, 1902.
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THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
C1HICAGT R CK ISLAND
Pacific Rail wv 1 lekets
ran be purchased at Citv
T cket office, lie. Second are
nue, or C, 8. I 4P. depot
comer Fif;h svaoue and Tlilr
Frank H Plum ner, agent.
itcvfcr Ijm tcd A OU.-U. .
Fv Wonh. Den criK C
Omaha A lxi Moines ....
: maba & Minneapolis...
Ointiia A Lin com t-.x
Ds Moires 6i t It aha
Dcayrr. Line. In & Omahi.
lies Moines t-i press
St. Paul fi frKneapoils
Deorer. Ft. Worth & K P
KaositsCtty. St JoeACaiif.
IrCoeK Island . W&tbiuiiioii
Chieiigo & HesMnt. es
I toe It I -J anil & Brookiya AC
T miha ec Hock Inland....
i 6:i2 am
i 9 IS pm
fl :) am
, tlil:3 on
Arr al. tierrture. tDally, except snc-
dav. Ilhiily. except Satur-iay. Alt otners
dally, 'lclephor.e li'.'S and 11 -J.
li. ec i- RAILWAY Depot
Second avenue and len
M. J. YOUNG,
' a cent.'
T1A 1 Vs.
Sit. Luuis ftonniK-icl
I'eona. yulnc. oaies
bur a and ster'lne
fi 35 am
7: is pm
6:: 5 am
tli Ol pm
7 J5 pm
t7 25 pm
Vooria, llcardstown. Bur
lington. Denver and
St. Louis Kansas Citv
PeDver and Pacillc
Com, la (Ja'.esburg . . .
Sterling and point In-
East Woline (suburban).,
bt L. Denver aod west
Clinton and ubuque ....
Davenport and Clinion ..
Clinton. Duo'ique, La
Crowe, fct Paul, Minn
and wt'l ard N W..
Dally. tDaJy except Sunday.
ROCK ISLAND A nO)RIA
Railway. Depot First ttrnue
and 1 wentietb street. M. A.
'JFriRIi I'atterHon. ircoeral pacnger
. fcUnlH agent. Passenger trains leave
txKOUTC' I J. R I A P. Moline avenue)
X.L jt depot ten (IO) minutes earlier
-Lr tnan time given.
lVoila. sprti gfl-ld.6t."Ll,
y:05 am 10 20 pm
1:15 pm 6:33 prxi
I 10:25 am
B:l 5 am 4'55 pro
2SA ptn' 2:11 pnr.
' f..D am
I'eorla. Snrtnglleld. lndian-1
ad olu t icilnnli. Bloom
(ngton. St Ixula
I'eori Kx press
I'eorla. Indianapolis. Cln-a-lnratl.
hh- rrard A ecouim1aii jr.
Cable A her-ard untnin.
t'unlf & Sli:rr Acerm.
Tra'ns marlci d arc daily,
All o in era call;
J A St. Paul Railway. D,
R. I. A N. W. puKnccr sta
tion at foot of seventeenth
aireeu George W. Wi od.
scent. The trains for Lu
buque and points north run
via Illinois side of river.
Trains for Freeport ard Milwaukee will run
via Davenport. Ciir.ton acd SavaDDa
a li trains w'll connect at savanna for points
eaht acd vest
Dubuque and &L I'aul l'at-i
Aecomru'dation : j 10.15 am
Dubuque and 1st. Paul Paa-i
enfer I 4:(n Dm
Milwaukee Kx press i 7:00 am !
Freeport "xpress 1 4:00 pm '
All trahis dilly excep Sunday.
Is 23 Astlsectis Healing Fowitr
Knls Cots. WounH. Butts tnd Scalds
tlj w'.tirjt tear. 25 cenla. Orueniats.
d. i.' "1.1
and 'ake a look,
at the Spring
Pay Rent or 9
l-JL L I
Home Co-Operative Co.,
OF KANSAS CITY, MO.,
Will furnish vou llio money to jiay off
inr nior1:;i or luiy a home in any
I -: I i t :iiil jrive you i years and S
montiis to p:iy it lmck at the rate f
$5 35 PEH MONTH WITH0DT
!n fuse of h-:it!i or total disability a
fJear deed will lit" iriveu. Strictest in-M-.-tijration
Organized .May 17. I'.tnl. Over $7.-
ll()0,()Ol husines.s done. We are now
on rating in L'D tlifferent states. All
otTieers handling money are bonded
in the I". S. l-'idelity and (Guaranty
Co. l'lans and jiroeedure eopyrifrht
e'l. There are imitators sprin-finf;
up who are infringing. Don't be mis
led. llr;iiirlt Olllre: Math Itiilld.ng. over 1710
Second .rniie. i;M-k Inland. I II."
OiTiee hours s a. m. to H p. m. Sun
days. '2 p. in. to (I p. in.
W. A. BRICCS, Manager.
K tate of H. II Ln!i deceased.
The undersigned Having been appo'nted ev
eeu rlx of the last wll ar.d le tament of H
II Ixbse, late of the county of Mock Island,
s .ate of II Ino's, deceased. Oereby gives notice
ib;it fcbe will appear Defore the county cmrt of
ock Is. and c untv. at the rouni v court room.
It the city of hunk Is. acd. at the May term,
oi the tlrsb Monday In May next, at
wMch time ad pen-ons bating claims aga'nst
siu estate are notliled aM rr quested to at
tend for I he purpose of bavlrg the same ad
ju ted All iMmnnK Indebted to aald extate
re requested to make immediate payment to
Dated tbm IStb day of March. A 11. 1992
Kaiiichi.vc Loiinb. Executrix
Jackson i. Hurst. Attcmeya.
State of Illinois. I
Rock llnd ..ounty.
In the Circuit Cour In Chancery
The II-iuc lluUdiug and Ioan Aasociatlon of
Miry Jane Murray and William H. Murray.
NO 4.S'1 flilfcll MU'D.
No'ieela hereby given tbat by virtue of a
Deerj" of K tid Court, entered In the abjve
enti'led caiixe. on the Htn day f February j.
it, ivni, l Kh4l. oa saarnai. tne Tia aayor
March. y.Ii. I90-' at tbe hour of Two o'clock
in ibe fteraon, at the tist Door of tbe
Court House, in the I I'y of xock I -land, in
the County of Kock Island, and State of Illi
nois afretsld to surv aiu uec-ee. eu at
Publi i Vendue to the bisbest biider. for casn
In ban-1. tbat certain pr.rcel cf land situate in
tLC County of Rock Il-nd and Htate Of lilt
noK. known and described as follows, to-wit:
Tbe .at Ninety I'-'O) feet of Lots No. One
(I) and T (i) in Block No. Two (2) In Il2a
lv'a First Addition to tbe City of Moline.
Dated at Rock Is'and Illinois, tils 21st day of
February, A. D.,
VV'aLTIB 1. fSTBiKIW,
Master in Chancery, Kock Island County, Illi
nois. JhCrfson A Hust, Coicplalnant'l Sol'citors.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Kstate cr W'll jam J. Sbea, decsascd.
."unite notice is berebv given tbat the under
signed. Caiberloe. Shea, has this day
riled ber final report and settle
ment as ' such ' In the county 'court
of Rock Island rounty. and that an or
"er has been entered by said court ap
proving the said rerxrt, unless objections
thereto or caise to the contrary be shown on
or beto-e the 10th day of April . D.
I'.02, and upon the final approval of said report
tbe said Ca herine Shea will ask for an order
of distribution and will also ask to be discharg
ed. II persons ir.le rested are not itied to attend.
Kock Island, lit, March 21st. U02
Administratrix of the estate of Wm J. Shea.
Wciisiur & McKmbt, S oil ei tors.
Lower Knd Farmers Resent Tactics
or Owners of the IIih
I'eople of the lower end of Itoek
l.sland county are tip in arms against
Muscatine jind a petition is being
signed procjaiming n boycott against
that city. The residents of the town
ships of Drury and ituffalo J'rairie
will do wt II to eop.ie to the tri-cities
and get acquainted with merchants
here who are able and willing to do
everything that they can to please
The trouble in thelower end comes
from the high bridge. To go to Mus
catine from this county the travelers
must pay a toll on the high bridge
that spans the river there. To come
here costs nothing.
Now the 'farmers when they went
to Muscatine used to tie their teams
in a feet I yard on the Illinois side
an:l then walk over the bridge, thus
saving toil. This was good for the
farmers, but the bridge lost money,
and ns it is owned by a private cor
poration action has ln-cn taken to
stop it. The company has, purchased
the acre of ground at the end of the
bridge whereon the feed yard was
located, paying $::i)l) therefor. This
yard has been abandoned, and as the
company owns most of the land near
by. the. farine.rs are now cflihpelled to
drive across if they go at all. The
bridge eople say that they iMiiight
I he land because they had other use
for it. and' alleged that there was
great carousing in the yam. which
they want to put a stop to.
MAY FESTIVAL IS TO BE
GIVEN AT THE ILLINOIS
Mrs. (. Kawson Watle announces
that, with the help of olhcr musical
people in the Iri-cities she is able to
present the May festival she has had
iimli-r .-inisiili'i-.-il iini for some weeks.
Tin re are t'o be three erf orina nces.
the evening of May ::n an 1 the after
noon :;nd evening of May all at
the Illinois theatre.
Some of the leading vocal talent of
Chicago will appear :n connection
with a large local chorus, while the
instrument at itirt . w ill be by Spicr-
rinir's orchestra, under the personal
direction- of Theodore Spierring. It
wiiriw such Jt treat, musically, as the
people hereabout have not enjoyed
Chlcapo, March ZX Following are the open-
Ins highest, lowest and closing quotations
in today's markets:
March 7ot: ?()': Tii: TOV
May, 7l't7l",: 71f,: 70: 71 -.
July. tSVT-TS1,! :72',b
March. JV.i: K: 59: fti
Mav. oUViw.SK-ti: fit': 5iV. H', .
July, liijroO1; 61 H; OK fit", .
March. 4Hi: 40: 4'.'
Mav. r."; :; 4l': 414
March. 16.45: 16 45: 16 45: 16 15.
Mav, 16 nrrt 16.72: 16 72: 16 45: 16 55
July. loOO&lol-O; 16.W); d.t; 10 3
March. 9.70: 9 70: 9.70: 9 70 t
May, .Hir,i H2: 9.H7; 9.72: 9.77.
J uly, 9 W: 9.Wlj9.M -; 95.
March. 8.KV f.fh: R.KS: .h5.
Mav. S.K.V&K.P0; H.lx: H.K5 -: 8.87.
July. 8 sw.'8.i7: 8.92; 8 ws: 9.0U -.
Receipts today: Wheat (VI. corn 197. oats
2.VS. Hogs In.iani. cattle 3ii. sheep l.lMai.
Kansas City Hog receipts ,io, came
tmaha-Hogs l.soo, cattle soo.
Union Stock varrts. s:io a.m.
Hogs left over, .S.2J9.
Hoe market opened stronger. Light.
6 airr,.T5: mixed and butchers. il.4tH.!i:
good heavj o. ta.v.; rougn ncavy. to. to
Cattle market opened steady.
Sheep market opened vieady.
Hog market averaecd Mcadv
Light. j :tv&6.7.: nnxeu and
.utchers. fri. t.v,6.'.m: good neavy, iHi..-xrte.uo;
rough heavy. (W.50&.6.05.
Cattle market oinrtieu meaay. to nx- nignt-r
fleeves 4.4(r?T7.70:cows and heifers. l.75i .5.75.
Texas steers. fti.iioftti.Ou; stockers and feed
Sheep market steady.
Natives. t3..Kr5.50; westerns. M.0((5dO;
lamlis, 15.256. io.
Hoes market closed , easy. f.teni.
w ;jii.tt.75: mix-d anil tiutchers. 4l45r6.90:
good heavy. J,M&6-92: rough Heavy, t barfr
Cattle market closed nun.
Sheep market closed steady.
Kstimaied receipts Monday: Wheat P5
corn 110. oats 155. bogs IJ.iioo.
New York I tank Statement.
New York. March 29. Reserves increased.
f:l.49l..t2: loans decreased, .srs.bix': sp'cie
Increased. 5.iO.ii: legais increased. fVi.i.-
detiosits decreased, 7,88I.3'W; circu
lation decreased, (l , 400.
, LOCAL MARK FT CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions. Live
Stock. Herd and Fuel.
Butter Creamery 24c. dairy 20c to Sic
Kegs Fresh 12'c.
Live poultry-Chickens 9C, turkeys liic.
durks 9c. geese 9c.
Wild Ducks -Mallards fxao per-nozen. mis-
celianeous fi to 2.5o per tlozen.
Vegetables Potatoes M to vac, onions f l.Td,
Fruity Appies per-aoi. i.jo to aa.sM,
Cattle Steers fl.oo to ft 00. calves 15.50 to
Hogs Mixed and Dutcners js.mi to wn w.
Sheen Yearlings or over. Tier cwi. to
f 1 50, Lambs per head 3.50 to fo Ml.
Fesl and FneL -
Grain Corn 66c. oats 46c to 48c.
Foraee Timothv - hav 4. nrairie hav
12. clover hay tX haled prairie 113, baled
timothv tis. oat straw 7 no.
Wood Hard, per load l.fto.
Coal-Lump, per bushel 12c. slack, per
The expressions of grateful women
who have experienced wonderful
blessings using Kocky Mountain Tea
compensates us for our efforts in
theJr behalf. 33c. T. II. Thomas
X)t. Wood's . Norway Pint; Syrup
seems csjetially adapted to tlie neetls
of the children, l'lensant to take;
soothing in its influence. It is the
remedy f all remedies for every
form of throat and lung diseu.se.
ROBBERS USE ALADDER
Knter Secontl Story nlndow of
Christian Hansen Home -Take
Clothing and Jewelry.
During the absence of the family
of Christian Hansen, between -.'M
and 8:5 last evening, the home at
s:t5 Twenty-second street was enter
ed by sneak thieves ami jewelry and
clothing valued at nboiit .75 taken.
Kntrance was ' effected by usimr a
ladder and climbing in through a
rear window in the second story. -All
the rooms ami closets were gone
through in a hasty search fiir valu
ables and left in" great confusion.
The main articles of value taken
were a fur cape valued tit .:;7. an
overcoat worth $ ttuJ a silver watch
an 1 chain. The marauders went out
by, a side door by opening the lock
from the inside.
It appears the th'eves were familiar
ith the premises, or at 'least had
been watching the movements of the
familv for some time.
WISE MEN THESE
Will Xo ImigerSink. Their Dividends
in Lawyers antl Court
Salt Lake 4'ity. I'tali. M:.ich 2!t.
The Daily West and Ouhicy Mining
companies. two of the largest dividend
paying properties in the state, are to
be consolidated, and litigation involv
ing millions of dollars is to cease.
Terms of the agreement will not le
given out until after I he meeting of
The Ouiney mine has been paying
dividends of U.ooo per cent, on a cap
ladi.atiou of ?7.",i"H. The Daily West
litis been paying dividends o." 24 per
cent, on a apitaliatlon of .'$.( MHAOOti.
The properties of the two companies
practically adjoin each oilier. Litiga
tion involving millions of dollars i
tween the companies is brought to a
close by the consolidation.
CLAYTON HAS THE BEE
Lynching Habit Seems To Have
Struck New Mexico
Cla.vton. X. XL. March ';. An nl
tack on the jail here for the purpose
of lynching Post master .1. W. tJuycr.
who kilhtl William K. Seniles, a jew
eler, on Wednesday last, is threatened
by citizens, who have held several
meetings to discuss the case.
(Stiver tdiot Sea lies in self-defense,
the latter having tired the lirst shot.
Scaiies attempted to shoot the post
master because, it is charged, he had
circulated a pamphlet reflecting upon
the character of Seniles and his wife,
RECALLS THE CEONIN CASE
Cloe Friend of tlie Murdered Doctor May
P.urfalo. N. Y.. March L'O. The Kx
press publishes a story to the effect
that Kail Dallnian. one of the three
men sentenced to life imprisonment
in the Kingston COnt.i penitentiary for
attempting to blow up a lm-k in the
Wetland canal on April 21. fl. is
no other than Luke Dillon, the Irish
National leader, and famous as a close
friend of Dr. Cronin. who was mur
dered in Chicago. Three men were
captured soon after the explosion,
which wrecked a wrtion of one of the
Canadian canal locks. Two of them
John Walsh and John Nolin were
idenlilieil and their records traced. The
third man. who gave his name as Karl
Dallnian. was a mystery.
Two years ago Dillon was teller of
the Dime Savings batik, of Philadel
phia. Announcement was made then
to Dillon's friends that he had gone
to Kurope. A year later the report
was circulated that he hail been
drowned in Ireland. The plot to blow
up the Wellaud canal failed. The men
blundered in lowering the dynamite
into the lock, placing it in such a po
sition that the gates withstood the
shocks. Had it succeeded a large arert
of the surrounding country would
have been Hooded and the loss of life
would have lxen treat.
JI1 Not Comply With the Law.
' Omaha. Neb.. March 20. Acting un
der the instruction of Judge Uaxtcf, a
jury in the criminal court has r
dered a verdict that makes it possi
for nlKut 2Th of the :u." indictinen
returned by the last grand jury to be
knocked out by the indicted panic
simply tiling pleas In abatement. Tho
decision is the result of a failure on
the part of the Iwiard of county com
missioners to comply fully with the
new jury law, which went into effect
Fish a Drue lit the Market.
Spring Valley. Ills.. Mnrch 2!. Fish
f t men down the river can find no sale
for their catches, as- their customers
refuse to purchase Hsh while the bodies
of three men drowned in the Illinois
liver ten days ago remain in the
stream. It is thought the fish have
made food of the corpses. Francesco
Calsia. Michael Fenaglio and Dominic
Itartello. three Italians, were the men
who met tleath in the river while
crossing the stream in a wind storm.
War on a Carnegie ;lft.
Kacinc, Wis.. March 21. Tlie refusal
of Hacine laboring men to allow thu
acceptance by the city of n library
offered by Andrew Carnegie will doubt
less break up the Trades council, in
cluding nil the leading unions. Mem
ler of this council presentMl a pro
test to the city council against 4he li
brary, but withdrew it without con
sulting the Trades council. For this
they were expelled.
Shuts Out Live Hlrtl Shooting.
Columbus. O., March 21. The P.ran
nock hill xA prevent trap shooting at
live birds was Missed yesterday by the
aouse without opposition.
FIGG1TES ARE HELD
Judgment Against Them for Alien
ation of a Wife's
Omaha. Neb.. Xlarch 2:). Albert A.
r.on.il'oo was been f,ivcn a verdict of
7.ri(i0 damages by a jury in the dis
trict conrt against Mrs. Sarah C. Figg,
head of the Figgite church, for alien
ation of his wife's affections. The re
ligious sect of which Mrs. Figg is the
head. D!iahoo alleged, had laws
which prevented his wife from living
nnder the saine roof with him. and
he 'charged . that .Mrs. Figg was the
cause Of Wis wife's uniting herself with
the Fiugite church.
Several damage antl divorce suits
have grown out of the establisment of
the new faith, in all of which mem
bers of the Figg family have figured
NEWS IN OUTLINE.
About ;yN) operatives 'of " Slobe yarn
mills Xos. 1 and 2. at Full Ilivcr.
Mass.. are out on strike.
Tlie cotton mill situation in Khode
I sin, id is causing much concern on the
part of all interested, strikes being
The mill operatives in. New lted
ford. Mass.. have been granted an ad
vance of 10 per cent, in wages, the
.idvance to take effect April 7.
Mrs. Helen XL Warren, wife of
Francis 10. Warren. I'uited States sen
ator 'from Wyoming, is dead at Hunt
Will Harris, colored, who assaulted
ami murdered a young negro girl, was
hanged at Selma. Ala.
tSerhard Teiiimlen tried to commit
suicide on the rd earner taking him to
("Serxuany to face charges of embezzle
ment. Ocneial Klwell S. Otis has left Chi
cago for his home in Kochester. N. Y.
Miss Oiira PaasLi. a Chicago tiiii.
has sued Herman Sohlc nhcrg. gro
cer, for $10.(h:ii damages for breach of
A registered letter containing $:'.m:0
from a Chicago bank to Iron Itiver,
Mich., was lost in transit.
.Mrs. .Mary I lively, wife of a promi
nent farmer twelve miles east of War
saw. Intl.. fell into a pan of boiling
sugar water and was scalded to tleath.
Measures have been taken by' the
New York board of health to stop the
spread of glanders.
William Hicox. a wealthy farmer of
Uarretts ille. O.. while gathering sap
in the woods, was assassinated by
some one unknown.
The revised otficial estimate of the
wheat crop of New South Wales is
H."i ."i.im HI bushels.
LOST black chiffon boa. on Seventeenth
street. Kinder return to this offlce and re
LOST-Or taken liv mistake, a bicvele from
the plow shop. 5 reward will be paid tor
Us return lo 12! j;:i;niii avenue, r reu
M ISC KLL.VN KOUS.
IF YOU WISH your money to earn a higher
rate ot interest tnan is nam ny savings
banks, call on Marion K. Swcenev. attor
ney, rooms 33-35. Mitchclli Lynde building.
J. P. WILLIAMSON huvs. sells aud ex-
changes all kinds of second hand goods,
will pav more than, anv other dealer and
sells cheaper. All kinds of stove repairing
and cleaning done also. J. P. Williamson,
1515 Second avenue. Telephone 4t4.
IF YOIT WANT to buy. sell, trade or rent
anything, engage helpor secure a situation
the Mail is the one paper in Moline tbat can
do it lor you. Mail wants are jiopular and
Mail wauls bring results. One-half cent
per word is the price to all alike, cash in
advance. 2-cent stamps will do. Kvening
acd Sundav Mail. Moline, 111.
DO YOU WANT AGENTS! Manv years' ex
perience places us in a position to give you
valuable information along lines that will
assure vou success. Ask for tree letters
of information and bulletin of daiiv papers
that pav. We also start responsible par
ties in the mail order and agency supply
business. Lord & Carver. Racine, Wis.
MANAOKR WANTKD Oflice manager to
sell, collect and ad vertise in every county
seat in Missouri. Illinois. Indiana. Ken
tucky, Arkansas and Texas: salary 50
monthly, commission and expenses extra:
yearly "contract: permanently located at
one town: no traveling: no canvassing: 25
cash security required: single man pre
ferred: personal interview desired: if you
want our proiiosition by mail inclose 2.-1
cents to cover extenses. postage stamps or
coin. Missouri Medical and Chemical com
pany. Ml North Garrison avenue. St. Louis.
Mo. . '
FOR SALK Hotel, restaurant, laundry and
other lines of business. Kastmaa A. Co.,
4714H Second avenue.
MADAM ST. MARIK, palmist and clairvoy
ant, tells yon the past, present and tuture
correctly. Tells vou everything pertain
ing to business, marriage, divorce, love
affairs, sickness, death, accidents and
everthing of interest. One call will prove
her wonderful accuracy. Office hours from
1 to 10 p. m. 705 Fourth avenue.
H. J. TOHKR.
A. L. ANDERSON.
H. J. Toher & Co.,
To New York
No. 100 Main st
WANTED MALE HELP.
WANTED-Some good bell boys at the Har
WANTED-Laborers Long, steady Job,
jugu wt$cvs. irccrcwuo., raoiine, in.
WANTED At once, a boy between sixteen
and eighteen years old, at David Don's
WANTED A good, reliable oil salesman, on
commission or salary. Address Quaker
mi ana implement company, Cleveland,
WANTED-Six good bench molders. Work
an luc jcui lur ouu sieauv worxmeu.
Saltley Manufacturing company, Decatur
WANTKD Glazer: stock windows. Sash
aud door house: good pay: steady, fast
worsuieu. me r oster-Munger company
WANTED Trustworthy man for Illinois.
Good route. Salary 80 aud expenses
chance for advancement. Enclose ad
dressed envelope. Nelson. Mgr., 356 Dear-
WANTED A reliable man ot good address.
one who has had experience in selling In
vestment securities preferred. Address
tne lnuian River commercial company,
naiiunorf . aid.
WANTED Five good machinery molders.
Must be union men. None other need ap
ply, w ages at per uay ot nine nours. two
too a inacninists. an around machine men.
For pa: ticulars apply at 537 Twenty-third
WANTED Salesmen competent to Rell a
inonev malting snecianv to tne rrocerv
and general store trade. Address Stand
ard Manufacturing company. Decatur,
111.. None but nrst-class men who can give
nouu ueeu apply.
WANTED-Faithful Manager to take charge
oi uisinouuug uepot auu onice to oe ojien
ed in Rock Island to further business in
terests of an old established manufactur
ing concern. Salary. ii- per month and
extra protits. Applicant must furnish
good reference, and havesOocash. Address
manager, f . i. oox nzi. fnuaueipma. fa.
WANTED A dining room girl at the Crown
WAITED A cook. Apply to Mrs. Dart. 2106
WANTD - A cook and chambermaid. ' Apply
at 32:5 Fourth avenue.
WANTED -A lady cashier for night work at
the Deimouico restaurant
WANTED A young girl for general house
work. Apply at No. 2323 I- lfth avenue
WANTED Good girl tor general house
work. Apply at No. 1011 Fourth avenue
WANTED A girl lor general housework. No
washing. 1 mill ire at 1317 ! ourtn avenue.
WANTED -A comjietent cook. Apply to
Mrs. Julia Kosenlield. Nineteenth street.
WANTED St ripper and buncher girls at
Morrison's cigar factory. 1810'1'hird avenue.
WANTED A good cook, also good second
girl, at once. 1303 Maia street, Davenjiort.
WANTED A young girl to assist in light
housework in small family at 18IS Fourth
WANTED A young girl for general house-
wors in tne country, inquire at s.i nine
WANTED First class ook and dining room
girls at the Kusv Hee lunc h room. 214 Perry
WANTED A competent girl tor general
I ousework. Apply at No. 2312 Fourth
WANTED A diuing room girl to work from
12 noon to midnight at the Delmonico res
taurant. Wages 3.ftO per wees.
WANTED -Dressmaking to do at home Sat
isfaction guaranteed. Call at K16 Fifth
WANTED Position as bookkeeper or assist
ant bvvoungman. Uest ot reference. Ad
dress P.O. Hox No. 35. Rock Island.
WANTED Work in upholstering, cabinet
making and repairine of all kinds. Work
called for and delivered and satisfaction
guaranteed. Also manufacturer of Easy
Hrieht furniture polish, e'all on or tele
phone G. V. Christ. 21l Fourth avenue.
Phone No. 672 Green.
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED Two in family would like to rent
a tour or Ave room house in the east end of
the citv. Call at 140S Second avenue.
WANTED TO RENT Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping by family of two. Refer
ences furnished. Address "C 41" Argus.
WANTED Hy family of three, a four or
live-room house within 10 or 12 blocks of
Io-tomce. Address Dr. M.. care of Argus.
WANTED House of seven or eight rooms,
modern conveniences, situated between
Twentieth and Elm streets and Fifth and
Eighth avenues. Address "H." care Argus.
WASTED - MISCELLANEOUS.
W ANTED Copy lng work. Address "X" this
WANTED Stark nursery pays cash weekly
if you sell Stark trees. Louisiana, Mo.;
Danville, N. Y.
WANTED Good vacant lots for cash. Drop
a card' with cash price to No. 122S Twelfth
street. Rock Island.
WANTED-- Board and room by couple with
two cnildren aged three and 6 years old.
Address with price " P. 19" care of Argus.
WANTED Any person who will distribute
circulars for':t dailvshould address Stand
ard company. 4 Wells. Chicago. Steady po
sition. No canvassing.
WANTED-Buyers for one million acres of
Dakota ami Minnesota lands Free trans
portation to purchasers. L. T. Eads& Co.,
2U1 Kimball house block, Daveniort. Iowa.
WANTED A voung man or ladv to repre
sent the Parmelee Home Delivery Library
in Rock Island and adjoining cities. Lib
eral compensation and steady position.
Aiply alter ft p. m. at MIOTwentfeth street.
WANTED -Men to learn barber trade.
Thoroughly practical training bv tree
clinic, expert Instructions, demonstra
tions etc. Only two months required. Po
sitions guaranteed, tools presented, wages
Saturdays, diplomas granted. Catalogue
mailed free. Moler barber College, Chi
WANTED An established wholesale house.
recently incorporated, extending business,
desires to engage competent manager for
branch house. Salary 100 per month, ex
penses and commission. Must in vest 1.000
in capital stock of company, on which divi
dend of 6 pr cent will be guaranteed, and
furnish satisfactory references. Address,
Secretary, box 410 Kansas City, Mo.
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WHAT PEOPLE SAY!
Tim Ma-lonev savs that Pat MeGuire toKl Jiim that Jic heard
John (Jallijxer say that Jim Murphy heard that there was no
doubt that Mike O'Brien said that Pat Cronin thought that Jim
O'Mara lelieved that Patsy Doolin reckoned jtositively that he
heard Mike Duggin say that Tom Hardy told him that Dennis
O'Leary, the husband of the woman that owned the cow that
kicked the lamp over that set Chicago alire knew that tho best
Panitorium in the city is the
NEW PANITORIUM CLUB.
.....Tel... reen,373, ..; ; Ed Dubinsky, Prop.
FOR RENT Choice offices mud store room
in Illinois theatre building. Apply to T. J.
FOR RENT A furnished pleasant front
room wiih privilege ot light housekeeping,
if desired. Also one sleeping room. App v
at No. 230 Thirteenth street.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT-One corner store. A I location
tor a drug store. Inquire at No. 1103 Third
FOR RENT A 7-room house on Thirty
fourth street and Ninth avenue. Inquire
of Mrs. P. Granipp, liioi Ninth avenue.
FOR KENT A five room flat over store
room No. 1513 Second avenue. Inquire of
Decher Bros, or at Williams" second hand
FOR SALE Good lots on Fifteenth street.
Easy terms. A. Rush & Co.
FOR SALE Four-and-one-third acres ot
land for sale in South Heights at a bargain.
FOR SALE Iowa farms at 4 per acre cash
1'aiaui.c uuc-udil crop till paiu. jonn Ju U 1
hall. Sioux City, Iowa.
FOR SALE Riverview terrace lots. Twen-
ty-nintn street and Eighth avenue, ouly
&xO. Sewer and water. For sale by E. if.
FOR SALE Lots in McEniry's addition by
tu. j. nurns. room is. Miicneu & Lvnde
building. These lots are on Sixth avenue,
between Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth
streets. Convenient to Fifth avenue or Elm
street car lines. Terms to suit purchaser.
FOR SALE-Excellent building lots loeateil
in tne new auuitions on Fourteenth street
between Sixteenth and Eighteenth ave
nues. They are in size 40xl5o. 45x150. 50x150
leet: two blocks from street car line, and
000 feet from the new park. We will give
sjiecial inducements for cash, however, we
will consider terms or monthly payments.
Apply to Goldsmith & McKee.
FOR SALE Excellently built 8-room house
new. situated on Fourteenth-and-a-half
street, between Ninth and Tenth avenues.
This is a Iteautitul street paved with cin
ders, elegant terrace, and the view some
thing grand. This house is modern and
well built, and could not be duplicated
within f.VM of what this can be purchased
at today. Please investigate at Goldsmith
FOFt SALE Lots in Woodius addition.
'1 !iese lots are on Eleventh and Twelfth
avenues between Fifth and Seventh
streets, are 42x125 feet with 2foot alley
aud nine feet of good rich soil lying on
limestone rock. An abundant supply of
pure water can be had at a small expense
by drilling SU feet through the soil and
rock. Sidewalks are all shaded with F.lm
trees set 20 teet apart along the curb. If
you are iuterested in a cheap building lot,
the price aud terms that these lots are of
fered tor will suit vou. Call or address S.
J. Woodiu. U22 First avenue.
FOR SALE -If vou Intend to build a nice
home in the spring, please investigate ttte
beautiful lots we have iu Highland parlif
This is the most desirable residence por
tion of the citv. It is. almost certain the
Tri-city Railway company will enter this
district within a short time. These lots
are amply shaded by large nat ural trees;
sewers, water mains, electric lights, etc..
already in None but high grade homes in
the neighborhood. These lots within a
year wi'.l increase in value 25 per cent
The fall or winter is the time to purchase
building lots: all 50x110 feet. Apply to
Goldsmith at McKee
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE CHEAP -Piano, bed room suit
and cook stove. 233 Sixth avenue.
FOR SALE A horse and spring wagon, al
most new. can at 211.1 t ourtn avenue.
FOR SALE-Stoves, bed room set. chairs.
curtains, lawn mower etc.. at 2411 Eighth
FOR SALE Cheap, an upright piano, pood
make, in goon l onuition. inquire at auvt
FHfteeolhstreet, city. .- ;
FOR SALE - A 2-seat platform spring wagon
wim suaits. inquire at koihi s express
office. Twentieth street.
FOR SALE- 20 color.lesof beesin Sangstroth
hives. Applv to Henrv Schroder, south ot
Thirtieth street. South Rock Island.
FOR SALE A horse, grocery wagon and
harness, all in good condition, inquire ot
S. M. Lundberg. 723 Eleventh avenue.
FOR SALE Roan driving horse, fifteen
hands high, weight 1150 iounds. good trav
eler, seven years old. J125.UJ. Inquire at
FOR SALE Nine good strong colonies of
bees at Eastman's. Eleventh-and-a-half
avenue and Twentieth street. Will be
sold cheap if taken soon. .
FOR SALE -Barred Plymouth Rock, white
ana orown L.egnorn eggs ror naicning.
1.00 per setting of 15. Satisfaction guar
anteed. C. M. Yeaman. Elm street jioul
FOR SALE Bargains in all kinds of second
hand nxtures and tools, watcnes. diamonds
and jewelrv at theUreater New York Loan
bank. :ri0 Twentieth street. Money ad
vanced oa everything. Phone 6i3 brown.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO IXAN on real estate security at
lowest rates. Marion J-;. sweeney, attor
ney, rooms :-;i5. Mitchell & Lynde build
ing. Rock Island.
MONEY TO LOAN In any amount, on any
kind of security. Also choice property for
sale or reut. W. L. Coyne, 230 Seventeenth
street, up stairs.
WANTED To loan money on diamonds,
watches, jewelry, hardware, musical in
struments, bicycles, clothing, dry goods,
furniture, etc. Highest cash prices paid
for secetd hand goods of all kinds also.
The above goods for sale al half the usual
store prices. All business transactions
strictly confidential. His new number and
location. 1623 Second avenue. Don't forpet
if Jones' second-hand store. Two rings
WIDOW LADY past middle age would like
to correspond with elderly gentlemen with
matrimonial intentions. One with means
or a comfortable home preferred. Ad
dress Mrs. eJelora J. Skervin. general de
livery. Rock Island.
MAGNETIC HEALING Miss Denton. 124
West, Third street. Davenport. McCul
lough block. Rooms 51 and 52. Cures
chronic and nervous diseases permanent
ly with tew treatments. A references.
Hours I to 5. and 7:30 to 9 p. m.
ANSWERS TO WANT ADS.
ANSWERS to the following are at this office
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