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THE AUGtJS, FBTDAY, lAKCH 18, 1904.
No appetite, loss .of strength,
cenrousnesa, headache.,' constipation,
bad breath, general debility, our ris
ings, and catarrh of tho stomach are
all due to Indigestion. Kodol cures
Indigestion. This new discovery repre
sents the natural Juices of digestion
as they exist In a healthy stomach,
combined with the greatest known tonic
and reconstructive properties. Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure In
digestion and dyspepsia, but this famous
remedy cures all stomach troubles by
cleansing, purlfyir.g, sweetening, and
strengthening the mucous membranes
lining the stomach. -
DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT
attrcs Health to the Sick n
Strength to the Weak.
Bottl only. Sl.OO siza hoidlnc 2H
th trial six, which sella for 50c ,
rrni4 y . 0. DsWltt C.. Caleaf.
"Up Agin" a Good Thing
a man is when he commences to
patronize the American Steam
Laundry. "The best laumlry I ever
struck" i what those who indulge
in a little slanr would say. But
entre nous if you want your linen
as faultless as when you lirst bought
i', in color and finish, we will guar
antee to do it to your satisfaction
every time. Careful handling and
artiatic work are anions oar up-to-date
Twelfth Street and Fifth Arena.
It's a Pleasure
a good cigar. If you have not
tried our cigars you have yet to
learn what really good cigars
aro never permitted to form a
part of our stock. If you want
something nice in cigars, to
bacco, pipes and smoker' arti
cles give us a call.
S. Fail. Arndt & Co.,
Bengston Block, 1706 Second Ave
SAWED BUILDING STONE, ASIILAB
AND TKIMMINGS A SPE
CIALTY. For cheapness, durability and
beauty, excelled by none. This
stone does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, etc. Tlans sent
u for estimates will receive care
ful attention and be returned
promptly at our expense.
Quarries 12 miles frcm Rock
Island on the C, B. & Q. railroad.
Trains No. 5 and 10 will stop and
let visitors off and on.
BR1 DGE 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 building. Ad
dress ARTHUR BURRAI-L. Manager.
- Bock Island or Colon. EL
y t y --
THE SUBSIDY GRAFTERS
They Are Planning a Legalized
Raid on Our Treasury.
COMMISSION HAMED TO DRAFT LAW
Failure- of Subsidies la Other Coon
trlee to Revive Snipping- Interests
experience of France and Italy
Shfpbullde-a lm France Raised
Price of Ships.
The fact that the old ship subsidy
gang of grafters has again made its
appearance In Washington and is mat
lug a more determined effort than ever
before to break into Uncle Sana's treas
ury and that a commission will be ap
pointed to draft a plan for this con
gress to pass at its short session which
will legalize the raid upon the treasury
calls attention to the results of ship
subsidy experiments in other coun
tries. No countries in proportion to
their population nave paid greater
subsides to the shipping interests than
have France and Italy. And no coun
tries afford better examples than do
these of the failure of this means of
The P'rench ship subsidy system
dates from the year 1SS1 and was re
arranged in 1S93. The payments in the
year 1806 (the latest date contained in
the United States consular reports)
Bounties to navigation..
Bounties to construction
Total subsidies 39.SC1.0C3
Thus the yearly payment from the
French treasury for the encourage
ment of shipping reached in 181KJ. an
average year, the great pum of nearly
40.000.000 francs (?S,000,000). Now, let
us see the result. Accoryling to the re
port of the United States consul at
Havre of Sept. G, 1S9!), the total In
crease of French mercantile, tonnage
In the five years from 1803. the year of
the enactment of the new law, until
1S0S was 069G1 tons, "the increase be
ing limited to vessels whh-h receive no
benefit from the bounty law of 1S93.
while the steam tonnage engaged in
meeting competition actually showed a
After eighteen years of bounty pay
ments a committee of the French par
liament In 1S0S reported as follows:
"We do not hesitate to say without
fear of contradiction that our mer
chant marine is In such a state of de
cadence that there is reason to be un
easy about our naval fleet."
This Is taken from the report of the
United States consul at Havre to the
state department of Sept. 0. 1800, which
continues as follows:
"Many other extracts may be quoted
from the reports of various chambers
of commerce, from the speeches made
in the two houses of parliament and
from lectures delivered by experts in
economics, all lamenting the depressed
state of the merchant navy of France."
As appears from the figures given
above, the French government pays
postal subsidies, premiums on the con
struction of French ships and premiums
on voyages made by French ships. The
effect of this policy is thus described by
the United States consul at Marseilles
In his report to the state department of
July 20. 1R99:
"The shipowners found the shipbuild
ers constantly increasing their prices
until the point was reached where the
builders were accused of calculating
the amount which proposed construc
tion would command and adding that
amount to their own cost price, thus
absorbing the premium for navigation
and the one for construction."
This consul concludes that "the mer
chant marine of France is in an unsat
The Italian government pays naviga
tion subsidies and construction boun
ties, but the United States consul gen
eral at Rome In his report to the state
department of July 23. 1809. mates the
"In view of the efforts of the Italian
government to encourage Italian ship
ping, the long seaboard and the nwes
slry of shipping to the economical life
of the country, the results are certainly
far from satisfactory."
It remains for the American people
to decide whether to adopt the artificial
expedient of the subsidy system, which
ninst be continued Indefinitely at ever
increasing cost, or whether to approve
the more logical principle announced by
Mr. J. J. Hill In the New York Journal
of Commerce of Nov. 19. who "pins his
faith to the natural advantages of the
country and the wideawake enterprise
of its people and not the paternal care
and coddling- of the povernment. which
can help one Interest only at the ex
pense of others. All that really live
business men ask of the government Is
that It shall not put difficulties and ob
structions In their way and shall afford
such protection of the laws as will give
them a fair field for their energies.
What they cannot then succeed in tbey
re willing to leave to others."
The Nm Witch Hazel.
The name Witch Hazel is much
ibused. K. C. IleWitt Ac Co.. Chicago.
are the inventors of the original and
nly penuine Witch Hazel Salve. A
certain cure for cuts, burns, bruises.
eczema, tetter, piles, etc.- 1 here are
many counterfeits of this salve, some
of which are dangerous, while thev are
all worthless. In buvinar Witch Hazel
Salve s-ee that the name E. C. DeWitt
Ac Co.. Chicajro. is on the box and a
cure is certain. Sold by all drucffist.
S. W. Smith. rhilade!phia-"My rheu
matism has disappeared entirely since
akinjr Hollister's Rocky Mountain
Tea. Two packages made me a well
man. 3j cents, tea or tablet lorm.
T. II. Thomas, pharmacist.
NO WATER Iff HEHNEPIff
. CANAL FEEDER THIS YEAE
Capt. L. L. Wheeler.A of Sterlin?. in
charge of the construction of the Hen
nepin canal feeder, announces the pro
pos-ed dam in Rock river for supplying
the canal will not In- built this year.
In an interview, C'apt. Wheeler
stated that it had been the in
tention of the engineerinir force of
the war department to build the dam
during the coining summer, but be
cause of the litigation with the road
commissioners and the movement of
the Sterling Hydraulic company to
bring about a change in the location
of the dam. it will be impossible to be
gin operations this year.
March 1.. Samuel W. Oclell to T. .1.
Wootl. out lot 1. SwVeny & Jackson
add.. Mi.Iin:-. -$'JOO.
Michael K. Dornn to Clarke K.
I.::i!gIon, lot j. nV,, nwVi Ji. 2, 2v;
lot 0. ss. uv4 G. t:i. 'Je. $s,(h')0.
Cii.-tuv L. Wennerst rowi to IJeorge
W. Cro-.rpten. west H feet lots I ami
II. block S, Columbia Park. Rock I1-
10. L. Marion (iouhl to M
, w feet Jot 0. Stewart
ht 17. William Chamber-
Moline, an.! lot .", IT. lw
M. A. Could to W. H. Christison
w1. lot .". and e 2;1 feet lot G. Stewart
subdiv.. s', lot 17. William Chamber
lin's add.. Moline, and lot -".. 3. 17, lw
5 and e is
to M. A.
feet lot ".
art's siib liv.. s. 17. William Chamber
ns :ii:l.. Moline. and
March 17. Harry
Charles Moll, lot l.-..
bhick H. lllack
Hawk Fourth add.. Ib-ck. Island. $475
Charles Miller to Henrietta Cuin
ther. lot .". Dotv s block. Ifock Island
Marv I. liailcv to .1. W. White, lot
block 1. ISarth Xr llabcock's add.
I.Vck Island. $!..(;().
!ean !er Dunbar to C
ne4. se l.'J. IS. "e. $1.j(mi
IJosetta Hartman. ef ui.. to Albert
la rt ma n. e'., sw'a .".C. 17. I'.w. $.-.4(i
tuinl;in to llcrtha I'erry. jiart
anil l'J. IiIi.ck . Thoniiison S:
k.i!.. IN ck Ulan. I.
Koenfield to A. F. Kriu-liman
lot 1. block -'II
of Kock lland
Olt! r ()rrinal Towi
IS A LKCAL CONTRACT.
iiir'it T. II. Thomas l'.oiid That
Mi-o-na Costs Nothinjr I'nless
It Cures Dyspepsia and
Wh'n you irct a box of Mi-o-na. the
tlcs'i-formiii'' lool, Irom I. II. I nom
as, lit will jhe you a. iifncd liriinl to
refund tSie m nev unless it cures dvs-
ii ii '1 increases weight.
money is simply on cleposit
. II. Thomas.' and does not be
conic his until you acknowledge that
Mi-o-tia has lieljied you. It is just as
safe in his hands as in the First Na
tional bank. T. H. Thomas pives vu
his sipnel liond that is a lejjal con
tract to pay back every penny that
Mi-o-na has cost you in case it does
not do nil that i claimed for it. The
regular sized box sells for onlv 0
Mi-o-na possesses healiii"- and sooth
ing qualities that make it specially
valuable in cases of chronic indipes-
tion and dyspepsia. It minples with
the food you eat. aids its assimilla
tion. tones up and strenpthens the di
petivc orpans. makes rich, red blood.
builds up the wasted
form. and restores
strenpth to the vVhole
Remember- that in
not risk a pen-
use i f Mi-o-na vou ilo
ny. Druppist T. II. Thomas written
puarantee is an absolute protection,
and even thciiph you should lose it.
he will return your money without
question and without arpument
should Mi-o-na fail to pive perfect
GUESS for the tlS.OOOrash prizes to be given
awav with Sweet ltarata and other mu
nic "Kenwood Vusic company, nn Stock
Exchange building. Chicago.
ROCK ISLAND STEAM LAUNDRY Baurs
feld & Sexton, proprietors. Fine finish and
quick service. 1814 Third avenue Phone
HOTELS AND REHORTH.
GRAND HOTEL Famous Colfax mineral
springs. Offers best accommodations at
reasonable prices. Address William Frey.
LAS VEGAS HOT SPRINGS Located 8.787
I ret above the sea. All tne year round re
sort. A perfect place for rest. For partic
ulars address Dr. Daniel S. Perkins, Medi
cal Director. Laa Vegas. N M.
HEATING AND PLFMBIKO.
CHANNON, PERRY & COMPANY Heating
and plumbing along scientific and sani
tary fines. Careful and skilled workmen.
Prompt attention. 114 West Seventeenth
EXPRESS. STORAGE. BUS AND CAB.
ROBB S TRANSFER CO.. 120 West Seven
teenth street. Old 'phone 1537, New 'phone
615. New storage building. Exprest..bag
gage. bus and cab calls answered day or
E. J. BURNS City and country real estate.
If yon have property tor sale, list It witk
me. If you want to buy I will do my best
to ret vou what you want. Room it, Mitch
ell L'vnde block. Telephone 1101.
PARI DON A SON Artistic Interior decora
tion. Finest line of late paper carried and
skilled workmen employed. Moderate
price. 417 Seventeenth street.
W. A. ROBB CO All kinds or electrical
construction. Estimates furnished and
service prompt and reliable. Fine line ot
gas and eombmaiion Hz lures. iut Eight-
- eeath street.
FOR RENT Office room on ground floor
Kock Island bouse.
FOR RENT Furnished roann very reason
able at SSj Twentieth street.
FOR KENT-Furnished room i at 1011 Fourth j
avenue. Modern ccnvenleuciS.
FOR RENT Two large furnisne rooms.
inquire at 2tW Fiftn-and a fcalt avenue
FOR RENT-rtfflw rootn.econd flror in Tre-
inann building. Appl at 1S21 Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT Two nicely lurmsued rooms
suitable for gentlemen. Apply i Filth
FOR RENT A lartre furnished Iront room
wun ail modern convenience at him
FOR RENT Furnished room with modern
conveniences and use ot telephone at loil
FoR RENT Nicely turnUhed room suitable
xor man anu wire or two gemiemeu. ai aou
FOR RENT Furnished front room with all
modern 'on veniencts, suitable tor gentle
men, at 531 Twelfth street.
FOR RENT A nicelv furnished room with
all mod-rn convenience. Gentleman pre-
ierrcd. lr.'bfeecouu avnue.
FOR RENT Nicely f amis' ed front room
with ue of telephone and bath, gas and
neat at uio second avenue.
FOR RENT Rooms completely furnished
Tor ngDt nouseKeepmz on nrst auu seconu
noors at lilt) Seconu avenue.
FOR RENT NUely furnished room with
board. Modern con emences. Electric
'phone B0C8 Apply 122? Second avenue
FOR RENT Room and board one-half block
from street car line, suitab'e for a gentle
man. Modern conveniences. Address
'J." care of Argus.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms witn good
board in a private German boarding
house, ail modern improvements, at reas
onable price. Mrs F. C Hahn. 037 Seven
teenth street. Phone 63o Brown.
FOB RENT HO ITS EH.
FOR RENT A flat over Pasa'g Bros.' f,torc,
mxi second avenue.
FOR RENT Six room boute on Seventh
street and Eleventh avenue. Goldsmith &
FOR RENT Seven room house with bath
Inquire at 426 Forty-:hird street. Itock
Ftf RENT A 5-roora house with water and
sewer at lias Seventeenth street. Inquire
at &w seventeentn street.
FOR RENT A Hat of six rooms, first floor.
with water au'1 sewer, at 804 Fifth-and-a-half
avenue. Inquire on premists.
FOR RENT Three -unfurnished rooms for
light housekeeping. Nice location. Will
rent to family of two. Address "A 51,"
FOR RENT Flat, corner Sixth avenu and
Twentieth street. Heat lurnlshca. all
modern convenience. Inoulre of M. M.
sturgeon. Room i, Mitchell & Lvnde build
FOR RENT A 5 room flat with all modern
conveniences on I? ifth avenue anil 1 hirty-
tirst street Call new 'photic 6i Daven
port or address G. A. Koester 10754 Main
FOR SALE CITY PROPERTY.
FOR SALE Best bargains In lota on Twen-
ty-dtth street and 'xeinn avenue it taxen
at once. Easy payments. Inquire Keldy
FOR SALE Cheap It taken at once, good
navinc fruit ana clear stand in coo a loca
tion. Rent, WO per month. Address "F 13"
in is oiuce.
FOR SALE An acre of grouna with a 5-
roora house on V eb street.- South Rock
Island, ca'l or address Fred McCaw,
South Rock Island.
FOR SALE Two remaining east front lots
in the Dart Twenty-second street addition.
For terms inquire of R S. Dart, J&ckor. a
ii urst s omce. Masonic tempie.
FOR SALE pretty 6-room house, well
bunt, partly mouern. paveu stre-t, lot
fOxl'iO. location central, one block irom
car line. Price reasonable. Address McL
20 care Argus.
FOR SALE V 5-room cottage-wlth Iot60xi20
rt. long; Mwentv-nimn street ana a ntn
avenue: I,2(K). HMO down balance on easy
terms: jai per moatn, e per cent merest.
Goldsmith & Mc&ee.
FOR SALE-60-foot lot if taken betore so
days at SH0 per front foot, or 30 teet next
to librarv building for $110 foot. Must be
sold as I w.sb to leave the city. Mrs. M. A,
Gorry, 1912, F'ourth avenue.
FOR SALE A beautitul. well built eight
room cottage witn oatn on seventeentn
street.South Heiehts, about three and one-
half blocks from street car line. Cheap if
taxen at once. Address "J. 25" care Argus.
FOR SALE A 5-room cottage witn bath and
large lot. wtich rents for i:U0. If sold
soon li.3"0 will bay it. i550 casn down, bal
ance five years at 6 per cent. Thi is a 10
per cent investment. Apply at Goldsmith
& jactee s.
FOR SALE New,up-to-date property. Steam
neat, eiet iricity, oam, sewer, etc. t oroer
Filth avenue and Forty-fourth street.
Rock Island. Price will make purchaser
iu per ceni on nis investment. Terms tasy.
C ill on I. P. Wilson. 4413 Fifth avenue.
FOR SALE Frame store building with flat
abive. Kenii ior u per montn. if ucen
soon for cash wM let this excellent invest
ment go at 3,V0. Street paved with brick.
lot zsxiao reet. wets is percent. Lease
runs for IS months longer at M5 per month.
Goldsmith & McKee.
FOR SALE A snap If taken at once, a
5-room cottage, nearly new. with one acre
of rich ground good barn and other out
buildings, good well and concrete side
walks, plenty of fruit trees, one block
from street car line. Address O. H. Hand,
125 Twentieth street.
FOR SALE Or trade, fine modern 9-room
house corn r Twen.ieth street and Ninth
avenue. Hot and cold water, furnace
heat and all late conveniences. One ot the
best built residences in the city, in ti-e
Deit hborhood. Apply to cwner, Peter
Sommers on premises.
FOR SALE inSCKLLAK EOU8.
FOR SALE Hores weighing from I2f0to
... A J . 11 , T - . ... . r .
id uiwuuua iiMAiicBiiTcry nam. i nira
avenue an 1 Sixteenth street.
IF YOU WANT to buy. sell, trade or rent
anything, engage helpor secure a situation
the Mail Is the one paper In Moline that can
do It for you. Mall wants are popular and
Mail wants bring results. One-half cent
per word is the price to all alike, cash in
advance. 8 -cent stamps will do. Evening
and Saturday Mail. Moline m
MADAM HOWARD Full reaiincs 25 cents
I7i4 Fourth avenue, Moline. New 'phone
MADAM ST. MARIE Palmist an risij-vnv-
ant. ueiis you tne past,present and future
correctly, lens you everything per -
taining to businet,s. marriairf divorce,
love anal ra,ickness, death, accidents and
everriQing oi interest. Cine call am
prove her wonderful accuracy. Office
conrs irora i to lotxm. tus Fourth ave
noe. Take the Bine line, wem
ORAUf AND PBOTTSION8-
H. J. TOHER Sl CO. Brokers. DavenDort.
Stocks, grain, provisions, cotton. Private
wire to New York and Chicago. Office
109 Main stt eeL Telephone 407.
GEORGE H. SI DWELL CO. Commission
mcrciiani. orain. nay and provisions.
Members ol the Chicago board of trade
and Chicago Stock exchange. Established
Sa years. No. 54 and h43 Rialto building
Long distance phone Harrison t66t.
WANTED At once, three Ull beys at toe
WANTED At once, an experienced carpet
lifvrr oy verier uros., ro. 117 eveniceta
WANTED Bright younsr man to travel, ad
vervsintr and collecting, fso montaiy to
start arid all expenses. Self addressed
envelope tor reply. Address Road ,Suft
n ruunac ouuuine.. Laicaey.
WANTED Tire 1 of workinsr for small ur -
we can rurnia you wor wnert o yod
i4amaie naaiv selling our celebrated
house nold specialties on easy payments.
Experi-nce and investment not necesarv.
JohnWatelvcompany, 2STweulieth street.
WANTED Men to leara barber trade.
Splendid chance now. Uoard, tools and
scholarship included in our offer. Few
weeks completes. Graduates in dtnand.
Origiuators of this method. Writ lor par
ticulars, xuoier mi uer coiirge, cnicago.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED Pantry girls at tte Harper house
WANTED A competent git i at iwu second
avenue, .small laniiiy. no wasninjr.
WANTED A girl for general housework:
no washing. Apply at 32U Eleventh street.
WANTED A irl tor ueneral housework.
mo washing Apply at l'ltth-at d-a half
WAITED A ruildle-aetii laJy or second
gt'l Come pr pared to orr. Apiily at
J3i r inn avenue.
WANTED A competent p-'rl, copd waces.
fmaiinm:iy Apply to Airs. s.. ji. .rndt.
M'." Twentieth street.
WANTED A girl for general housework In
stnaii Tamuv. Apply to iMrs. w. S. JIc-
Combs. 1411 Fourth avenue.
WANTED A middle aeed lady as nurse for
intants. Good wages to right party. Ap
p y at Union M.ssion. Aiken street.
WANTED Ladies. Our caa!ogue exolains
how we teach hairdressing. manicuring
ana tanai n-assagre quicKiy. raauea tree.
Moler Barber college, C'nicago. 111.
WANTED One or two good singers for Illus
trated songs, would lite to have parties
mai couui aance (wniieor coiorea). Gins
preferred. Addres Entertaiument com
pany, 18u7 Second avenne. cilv.
WANTPUi 1'oi.ition as s'.enoerapher bv
voung lady who has hid several vears' ex
perience. Address care Argus.
WANTED - Situation as nurse for children
bv relined vounir l.ntv. R-f erenre fur
nished if desired. Inuuire at 25:2 Eizhth-
and a-balf avenue.
WANTED -To ouy ' horse.
Must be gentle.
Jones' second hind store.
WANTED I. WiO people to use Clucho Keliet
Tonic, a positive cure for diarrhoea and
cramps. For sale by all druggists.
WANTED Dressmaking. Tailor made uits
and evening gowns a specialty, satisfac
tion guaranteed. Mrs. M. Douleavy, 51.
WANTED Ladies to visit the Noonday
Rest rooms at isigi4 Third avenue, near Y.
M. C. A. building. Good home cooked din
ner from 1! :) to 2. Supper Saturday only
xrotn b to p. m. we exist ior acconimo
dation. not profit. Rooms open a day to
tames ior rest.
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND A gentleman's purse on Twentieth
street containing a nuan sum or mone
Owner can have same by calling at 1020
LOST Smail folding pocKetbook contain
ing jit ana papers, rinaer please return
same to uerry s cig tr store, imio hecoua
avenue. Liberal reward.
PARTIES desiring domestics, cor ks, dining
room gins, nouseKeepers, nurse girls or
washerwomen can be provided by calling
or adTesing bis ;xieentn street. New
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate security at
lowest rates. Marlon K. Sweeney, attor
ney, rooms 33-36, Mitchell & Lynde bulg
ing. Rock Island.
MONEY TO LOAN In any amount, on anj
xina oi security, aiho choice property ior
sale or rent. W. L. Coyne. S30 Seventeeutt
street, up stairs.
WE make a specialty ot loaning money on
nousenoid goods, r.orses, wagons, etc.,
without removal and In a quiet way. Call
on us for quick loans. Fidelity Loan com
pany. Room 38, Mitchell & Lvnde block.
SOHMER PIANOS are conceded by the great
est artists ana musicians to ue tne most
artistic ot all high grade pianos now made.
Get prices and terms direct from the fac
tory representative. Old pianos taken in
exchange. J. M. Zimmerman Rock Island.
New 'phone 511V.
PIANO TUNING. epairtng. voicting and
regulating. Hiveyoor piano atteuded o
by a piano maker of 20 vears exerlence.
Factory reiresentative tor Sohmer pian-s.
New York. J. M. Zimmerman. 407 Elev
enth street, new 'phone M19. Rock Island
EMPIRE COAL & COKE COMPANY Whole
sale and retail dealers in bituminous and
anthracite coal. I'rompt delivery servcie.
Offices 17 IB First avenue. Telephone west
LEONARD DRACK Architect and sopertn
irnurm. aiiuocr oiocx, second COOr.
Omce hours in to 12 a in . 4 to t-JO r m.
Notice of Pabllestlon Cfaanoery,
State of Illinois.
Itock Island County, i T
In the circuit court of Rok Is'acd county.
To m Jaiu ji j term A. D. iWjt inchan
rerv. Francis Y. Ke.or and U.shaw P Hord vs.
Moline. at Mcline .v Wsttrtown ttfcilway
coaipa-nv. Ml:i S'ppl Vallev l ruction compa
ny. Charles H D?ere, Jcshua itale Lie v.
Tjlo.-. F. W. -s5k. Burton F. Peek. George
W wool H W. v .odco -It. Anterican 1 rjst
& Ssvlnifs binlr. and tte unVnown owners una ;
leg! boilers of any l tne I 'i 0 bones dated
October 1 1 03. -ach fcr the sum of isud ;
bv th Mssjip l Valley 1 rucuon pomnaiy
an! s'CU'ftd by a m. rtgag tnsr. deed from i
said MisiW.pui Vl!ev Irac'I.jn company to i
Anaeri an Tn-st nd travlng bask.dattd ocif-
b.-r I. ia j, afd flfd for tecord in in record-
ter'soOice of Poc-k I-:a.nO count'. Illinos. n
No? embf r Ji, lwu. nd rfCnrced id b's.k s( of .
m t gaces on pae 5.3 General ouuihtr 53i I,
i Proper affidavits i avmg been tued in the j
omce of the cerk if d cmr: notice is r,ere-
by g Ten to the a d ur known owners and legal
inouer ui y vi mc ij. iu.i u-cu w cr
l',e - , r iu j c-.iw. iwucj i,y
ta M sl s ppl Val er Tra!oD company aod
s - curert b mortige trust tfeed fromsiid
Misufsppi rtc-ma ci-mpunj tdiimtr
icn Trustii Sv nr; bin". dted Ocv-ber I
1)J, asd nled lor reco d in te rec-id r
o Dee of R-aclf Is aid ej;;ntv. lia ioi-,. cu Sc-
v :mber i. I.vw. ad reeord'd In Bo ilof
Mortgagts on ssze 5'l. tbat the ve ncr;-d
c jmpi'inaats ljeret4fore hied ihelr r'il cf 'ora
p'a at in s;d court on i he chancery si le there
of, and :bv a stimnLoni thereupua Is-uedoul
ot .d e'u -t agiin&t the above Dared de-
tecdant. riturn e on toe nr-. ar of he
t-ino of toe circuit eovrt of ffxk Island
co'inty. to r-e held at the court rouse ir. stul
KvK'j Flind co-ictv. on me hrtooaayoi
January. A D. 'jui is o; law rtq jTed. and
which s.it i rt l o-nuing
GEOKij & W. U iMIJUE, Cler'rf
A.T EWING "d r Y. KAIG.
Luis;i uaata cuicitars
THE LONG VIEW Park Floral company
Meyer A Bearing. Props. Green House
1115 Fifteenth street. Plants, cut flower
HENRY OAETHJE Pronrtetor CnlPPtau
cock nursery. Cut Cowers and oentiu oj
all fciaus. CUT store, 16J7 Secciu aveaue.
ACUUSTASA COLLEGE Business depart
nent. A thorough, business training K'ven
for entry Into commercial lite. Terms
reasonable. Apply at Augustana coiicse
VILLA DS CHANTAL A home sclocl for
r;r!s conducted bv the sisters oi toe lsl-
tanou. Kudimeutary and higher branches
and alt po:ue acconipusuiucnts laugm.
xwentiein street anu i-uieeuiu jvtuut,
Estate of Joseph Rosentieid. deceased.
The undersigned having been apiointfd
administrator witn the win aunexeu. of tue
estate of Joieih Koseheid. late ot the county
oi Kick island, state jot lliijiois. deceased.
hereby gives notice that he .will
appear betore the county court ot
kock lsianu county at ine tuiw';
court room. In the city ot kock is
laud. at the Mjv terin,- .on the Urst Mon
day in May next, a which time all per
sons navimr claims against said estate are
notified and requested to attend tor the
purpose or liavim; the same adjusted.
AH persons indelwed t. said estate are re-qu-sted
to make immediate pavmeat to the
Dated tins sun uay ot i- enruary. u.
WALTER A: KOSi'.XKlKLD, Administrator
With tne Will Annexed.
JACKSON, HUKST & STAFFORD.
Notice of I'IuhI Settlement.
Estate ot Wilbur E. I'oare, deceased.
Public notice is hereby given that the
ndersisrned administrator ot tr.estateof
Wilbur K. Ho'are. deceased, has this day
liled nis liuai report anl setteineut
as such iu the countv court ot Kock
Island county. and hearing on said
rejort has been set lor r.larcn sm.
iwii. at nine o cincs a. ui.. hi uhm
time j.ersons interested may appear and
matte obirtions thereto, aud u uo ob
jections "are liied. sa:d icjHirt will e av-
proved at mat lime, ana me uniiorsi';:ieu
wi-lask lor an order of uistnbutiou and
will also ask to be oischarsen
Kock Island IU , March T. loi.
IVKS.I. HO . h K, Administrator.
Estate of Charles H. Brandenburg, de
The undersicned having been appointed
administratrix of the estate of Charles II.
Hrandenbure. late of the countv ot Kock Is
land, stateof Illinois, deceased, hereby gives
notice that she will awn-ar belorethe countv
court ot Kock isiana courtv at m coumv
court room, in the citv ot Rock Island, at the
Mav term on the tirst Monday in Mav next,
at "which time all persons having claims
against said estate are uotitieu ana request
ed to attend lor the purpose ot having the
All persons indented to saiu estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
uaie.i this ."tn nav ot jiircn.A. u. !.
EDITH W. BKANDENUCKG, Administra
Notice of I'ubllentlon.
State of Illinois. i
UocU Island County, t M
In tne Countv Court ot Itock Island County,
to the April urm. A. D
J. C. Burgoyne, administrator of the estate
of Jacob Ro erts. deceased, vs. Julia R.
Roberts. Hester A. Uoss. Monroe Roberts,
Orrin Roberts. J acob A. Roberts. Petition
to sell real estate to pay debts.
Afildavit of the non-residenre of Hetter
A. Ross.onect the defendants above named.
having been filed in tt e onl e ot the clerK of
the county court of Rock Islacd county, no
tice is hereby given to th-? said Hester A
Ross, that the said pl 'i'ilitt. J. C. nu'e-'Tnc.
aaministratorot the --.taieof Jacsb Roberts,
deceased, has liled Lis j-etition ni tee -aid
county court ot Kock Island county, for an
order to sell the premises belonging lo the
estate of s?.id deceased, or so much of it as
mav be needed to pay the debt ot s'id de
ceased, and described as follows, to-wit:
Tne soutueiHt quarter CO ot liie .south
east quarter ') ot srction twenty seven
(27) containing forty Mt) acre-.
Also tne west nan oi tne soutnejst quarter
Oil ot section t we ut v-seven (27) containing
Ail the above described property being
FUuafd 'n Siction twenty-seven (27). town
ship No. -venteen (17). range four (I), Wi st
of the lourth (4? i. ro. in the countv of
Rock Islaid and state ofUlnois and tint a
summon has buen 'ssueil out of said court
agai--t you. rrturnab.e at the Ain il term,
A. D . 19 of sa d couct. to be holrten on the
lonrih (4th) !.iv rf hp ii. A. D 1!"'. at ihe
court h:juse In Kock Isl.ud, in Kock ja.'and
Nowunb.ssvou. t:ie-aid Hester A. ltosssha 1
personally be and a'.nxar bttoie sai I county
court ot Kock is"n ' count v, nil th; flr-t
nay of a term tuereof to I"- k"1' 4"d hoici
en at the court liuu-" i.. 'Ik .ii said
county, on the fourth day ol April. l."4 and
plead, answer or demur to the said com-
n'n irr s p"-r -oatred therein, the same,
i;.- wh.- in i. tei ii l thinirs therein chargid
and stat'.-a will be taken as cmfess'-o. aip'1 a
decree entered agait-st you according to the
pravr oi saia lui
hoc, isiana, iiino.s. r enrurv -un. i.n.
1H. 15. HUBBARD. Clerk.
SEARLE & MARSHALL. .
Complainant s .solicitors.
State of Illinois. i
Rock Island Countv. f
In the county court ot said Rock Island
county. To the April ttrin, A. D. ll04. In
William Mosher, admi nistr itor de iwinls non
of the estate ot sainuel M. Boney. de
ceased, petitioner, vs Mary A. Good. Clar
Burgovne. Milton M. Bonev. Matthew Ho
nev, Cornelia E Stewart. Charles VV Bo
nev. Kilt e A. Boney. Maud Boney, loard
of "trustees of township seventeen (17)
north, range three (3; west in tliero'iitv
of Rocs Islacd and slate ot Illinois Gecrge
Burgoyne. James Quinn ana Amelia a.
Burgess, defendants. Pel. lion to sell real
estate to pav deots. "
ToJamesyuian aud Charles W. Boney. de
fendants in tne above entitiea j rocteutg
Due affidavit that you reside out of
th- s'ate ot 1 '1 nois having been tiled. Lolice
U hereby given that the iteliticn in the
above entitled proceeding was tiled on the
third day of Ma ch. A. D VM4. and tnaisald
proreeoing is now jendinK in said court:
that summons has been Issued against vou
therein, and that the premises, discrtbed in
said ielition are as follows, ra"iely:
Certain iann and iiremlses situate in aid
county ot Hoc Islaud. to wit: Taat certain
trart or tarrel ot land Ijounded and de
scribed as follows, to w ii:-i:on)inciiciiif a",
the southwest corner of the northeast qa. -ter
of section twenty-seven (27). In towusa p
seventeen (17) northot range three ('',) west
of the fourth principal meridian: ihi-n
running east twenty (ii chains, more or
less, along the south line of said quarter
section to a point tb--rei.T cistant twenty l;
chains west irom the soutt-eant corner of
said q u: ier s-ction : thence running nort'i
aiocg the we.l line of that part of said quar
ter section conveyed bvfeamuel.M Hon.-r u
K w Bow man bv ffeed liear!"ir dare No-
vember twenty lifth. A D.. !.'. and i
;ae prolocgo" northerlv ten tlO) chairs,
more or less, to tne center of me nubile
ro ri : tnence ru nni ok west long the center
of the public road ttntv cflaiiis. mo-e
or lc-t to the west line of said sua ti rjttc-
tion: thence running sou to aloug the w
l---of ald ouarter le-tion ten ( Kb chains.
m re or les. to the nlace of oeginninz:
Also the ea.t tali ot the outheast quarter
rt se'lon iwentT-eight ( in said Uwn h t
s'Tftlcn (i) nono of range three :! wr st
of th- four'.n principal meridian; lot two (1)
am th w-i half of the eouth half of lo
three (3 of tne btibdl vision ot 1 h iior,h r-alf
of the so Hb west o-jatter of said s ct oft
twentr-ceven; and the undivided hal 'i lot
Bve(:i. in Mock thirty s:i (r6) intLetown
Now. uni'.-'s you nfcal! perj.or.2liy be Bnl
ap;ear before the said court on the
first day of the next term thereof, to he
hnlden at the court house in ihe cur ot
Hock Island in the. county of it-ck I;ano
and ftat- f IHino'S. on the first Mnrtit ci
April, a. D. irjJ. to which lime and place the
said um rnon made returnable and (dead,
answer or demur to the petition in si id p-o-cerdlog
fled, i hat the same will be taken for
confessed agaiiint you and decree entered ac
cordmglv. Dai'ii 'at Rok Island. Ii:inoi. this four
teenth dav of March. A. D. ihh.
HENRY B II' "HHAUO. clerk of said court.
liLNSV C'L'llTItj, solicitor ior peiuioavr
K. M McCASKRIN Aitorney-ai -law. Rock
Island and Milan. Kock Islane office la
Benrston block. U:lan enca on Miu
CONNELLY A CONNELLY Attorneys At
law. ami N. A. Larson, Swedish Advokal
Money loaned Office orer Cramrlou r
bookstore, ITU Second avenue.
JACKSON. HURST & STAFFORD Attorneys
at law. poice m Rock' Iiiand National
REYNOLDS Attorneys a.t
to loan. General legal busl-
nesa. Notary put-uc. 17U6 Second aveliue.
SWEENEY A WALKER Attorneys and
counsellors at. law Abstracts of title.
Otrce in Cengs to a block.
SEA RLE & MARSHALL Lawvers. MaiifT
to loan on good real estate se-uritv ittitch
ell & Lynde block. Rock Island, in".
McKNIRY A McENlRY Attornevs at law.
Loan money on pood security; "make col
lections. References. Mitchell A Lyrde
bankers. Offlce, ZditcfceU & Lynde build
ing. JAMES F. KUEPUy-AtUrntT at law.
G.-ner-U legal practice. Office room IS.
Mitchell & Lynde building. Union Elec
tric phone M01.
DR. CORA EMERY REED Eomeonathle
physician. Special attention to diseases of
women and children; a!.-o diseases of eve,
ear, note and throat. Office hours, 9 80 to
12 a. m., I to 4 p. m, in Sl.-cictnth street
J.T.TALOa-Deutlst. OOice hears 8;X.i to
id id., 1 ?0 to 5 p. ra. r!i4 Elghteeuta
street, eppostte tfalon oaice. Telephone
NiUKA.NCK on dwelllncs and household
goods a specialty. Oldest and best com
panies, lowest tales. C. R. Chatnberiiu,
Mitchell & Lynde block. I'none 1030.
PLEASANT F. COX Real estate aud Insur
ance. Old tire companies represented.
Your patronage solicited. 'Phone Union
63. Oftlce over Thomas' drug store.
BENNETT'S Insurance agem-y. Fire, life,
accident, he-.l n and plate' glass. Kea
estate and loan Room 2. Buford block
Residence phoue.u n ion 301 : o (lice, union li:
TORNADO INSURANCE Rates for city
ptofK-rty &) cents per $ltK)one year. 40 cents
cr H00 three years, 6J ce!its Jer (10!) five
years. Call cr address C. R. Chambtrlln
Agent, Mitciicli & Lynde building.
HAYES & CLKAVELAND The pioneer
aceucy Old time and tire tetded compa
m -:i. Fire, ligntniag, plate glass, tornado,
a;-.- dent. lite, or almost anv form of risk.
Ground tloor offices S10 to 18. Eighteenth
WE "-'ILL BON" I) YOU fCx ecu tors, admin
istrators, guanHaus, trustees, trustees cr
a.:r kind of Judicial bonds; lodge and so
ciety onicers: citv, state or U. S. govern
ment officials: contractors: positions of
trust; in fa.'t. an v kind ot boud you want
(except bail bonds). Terms reasonable
naves & cieavtfiiind, resident
Fiaeuty and Deposit
cotnpany, of Mary
GOLDSMITH & McKEE Insurance agency,
Peoples National bank building, Rock
Island, 111. Represent ouly ttm-class com
panies writing tire, tornado, plate flass
iiabiliiv, burclarv, accident and heallh
Insurance. All policies issued upon the
latest plans and most libetal conditions
Surety bonds furnished through the Amer
ican Bonding rouiiiany, of Baltimore. Md,
Open every Wednesday and Saturuay
Patent and trademark onice, room II.
.Mitchell .t Lvnde building. Rock
Island. James F. :.furphy. assoriate.
lirrfiioh ot Moore .S: Co.. patent attorneys,
Washington, D. C. ana Chirago. 111.
CONTRACTORS AND BUIf.DKKM.
JOHN VOLK & CO. Contractors and build
ers. Also manuiarturers of sash, doors
blinds and mouldings, .leak-rein plat
window and art glass. Offices and factory.
811 to Eighteenth street.
fK TKAVeWBM' UrE.
r1H.'OAa. BOCK ISLAND
3i Pifth avsr.uc fool of Tairty
sk , eet. Pjona brauoo depot, fo-it of
e Jiifiih streot. I'hOiis Wesv 105S, Wesi
1423. Frank H. Plumper. C. P. A.
RAHT. I WS-T
Gj:dtn State Limited t :i0 nrn tj:5 pui
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F Wro-ta, Lisaver A K. U. t 5:'J0 n iO:ro pia
VI or.OHpo li 1 7:IS aur U:10 pm
D.veMr.ort& Chic-go t 7:ni) a'l.j 7:00 pm
tukUa & Minneapolis.... , l2:4i ma 8X0 am
Cnorn.uo.fc Omaha t i no prr 'id:! J p.-n
H.jMilnei & Oroafa ' 12.S5 an 6;f0 fet
D saver, Lincoln A OmiU. 3m0 ac: I S.dO n.-n
O -,s Moinea Ziprcs'' ! H pp. 7:00 m.n
S .. PauI it M!na-ap.. .. :-i:.0 a t B:I4 pin
Denver, K'l. Worth t. .. C.: 6:1a arr.l!0:3C j,ra
KannasClty..St.Ioi.&CaIlf.:,11:l(i pm t 7:10 am
Hocn Isiar.da: Wit-.tiingUio 12:f0 pml 3:2h pm
C,iC,oil)esMo!ini it l:bo pm!. 'i.oo pm
R.icic l Jc-J& Brooklyu Ac t-iwi pinit f:!0 am
() r.ahf h: 16 pmt 6:(.0 sm
Oiiiiha & D-s Moin'-s It tt.os pm it-AZ pm
:ndir R-r:ds. Tlpt-on . -iMOW ml 4:) pro
' HOC ISIjMv JO PRTIKIA DIVlSIOIt.
Trying leave- Twentieth street station. Main
line trlc4 atart from mala cepot on Fifth
-iue 5 Diluutes In ad r&nce of time given.
f.BWm. ; 4HKIVS.
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I'jorla, liidlacapoitK, Ctn-i
cinrntt, iUoo.'niaewon.... ;
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Cab e an-1 She riird
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to:4i arr I .4S pui
3:3 ) nml 2 'iO ptn'
tDEfirvu.e iD&iiy, exoept Bun-
ton A tulncy Depot
Second avenue at.d Twecil
Telephone 1 ISO.
M. J. YOUNG. A rem
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yWiTIvfdiiVK rl"1"' offloo lHiS Second ae
rVii:A3t.?'B auo. or C, R. I. & P. deyot
6 53 a
fl ?o sm
1 5 ib pm
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I'Jrtnver asd PadlSd
S.ir'.iop t-5 Doiotm li-
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Dio-:i-t. Clinton, La
sua N vf i-n pac
CI ovo, Dubiique 470 am
CJEtoa and iDtemej'ste s7)aiE
&uji at noca Ibiand annate for mtu,
rv-l' T)ll Srnil
, J & St. Paul RaU way. U,
'. ASST R. I. it N. W. paswnger svai
?lWMVKli' Woo at foot of SeveDteenta
&mr- ' S. B. Stoddard, Agt.
-T 203 Brady street. Davenport.
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1 1 :50pm
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Lily eci.tk Sunday.