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drive the s
kr to get results. This is but one
of the common stove troubles that
have been overcome in Jewel
sieves and Ranees. Thcv throw out
all the heat generated. They make
ni it.ier dirt or trouble and burn little
fuel. As for looks thcv fire the
handsomest stoves made. Sold by
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ciiimncy. You have to
stove all the time in or-
HEST STOVE Mm W THE WORLdI
On Tap everywhere.
Only Union labor employed.
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success
ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, I.
Huber's City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's
Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's
Bottling Works, has one cf the most complete
Brewing establishments including Bottling de
partment in the country. The product is the
very best. Beer is bottled at the brewery and
delivered to any part of the tri-cities, and may
be ordered direct from the head offices on Mo
line avenue by Telephone.
Call for Rock Island
Brewing Co. Beer.
The Fashionable Merchant Tailor
Has the most replete line of new patterns in imported
and domestic suitings in the city.
1707 SECOSD AVENUE.
"-FLY'S CREAM BALM-n'm" the Kami!
II'mMncr. aiim ram aiu jnnnimiiMvtuin, neiui.
ih. homi, l:-.tor Tt otirl hmell. and 4'nre
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3 ln.ol.iat.rT tni'iiw from in n.. If rf .neb ''"J
a cnn-uimlion or in.r itT, per tax by mail. 6 bM for s. v. uu ' rj '
or.l ir.ri- wrtttoa jraaras.tf-.. to cuiuWIrtaiuiiiuiiiio.il.
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For itaio by T. II. Thomas, Druggist, sole agent, Eock Island, 111.
The choicest Wine. Liquors. Beer and Cigars always on Htnr
J0H5 SCHAJTR, Proprietor.
t ". iv crmd iviau, Corner of Sixteenth Street.
Opposite Harper Tneurs
Saturday 'i and Yesterday's Content at
Twin -City rark.
Rock islands... . li
Peoria . ..no
8t JoMtph H8
uo woine u
Qr tiers IIS
park between Kock
Joe was witnessed
gest crowds of the season, and
should have been a shut out for the
Twins, instead of 12 to 1, the one
score having been made by the vis
itors in the ninth inning, when Bur
rell threw wild to Sage and let
Snyder home. Mauck pitched the
first seven innings for Rock Island,
and to say that his work was the
finest ever seen on the home grounds
would be only dome him lustice. de
spite the fact that he was eomplain-
ng of. being gick. The Missourians
could not tonch his curves with any
effect, only getting three hits off
him. Bnrrcll was then put in the
box for the next two inninrs. and al
though a little wild, he held the St.
Joes down to two hits and one run:
Following is the score:
fa Lunch BTtrr Dat
anrlwwhaa Fiiir.Hh'oii fmtf NntV-
Jons M. PARlUUlf.
BENBT A. PA.KIDOX
PARIDOIff tfi SOW
Painters and Decorators
FiPZS SAzrasss, CILKXHZHS. etc.
SHOP, 419 Smstoenth St., EOCX XSLAK9. ILL.
City 'Bus and Express Line
For Bus or Express Line telephone 1141, and yoa will receive
TTAT W 1TH JLAJCB BPKNCKK, Fro
c.u. y a y
" "l Henn Silks and Woolen Goods.
bbons. Curtaia. and Carpets. It has
"1'ial for Cleaning House. Killing
iloths and Keaoviag Grease Spot.
r" Keet! It. Sins Honey tad Luor.
pRlCC 15 CENTS A CAKE OR TWO CAKES
FUR 25 CENTS.
11Ur" H axd H. Des Moines. Iowa,
How attained how re-
etnrM now prci-ci
Onlinary works on 1'ny
.L.l.,v will not tell you ;
the ofoctors cn1 or
wont: but all the mme
mn wish to know. Your
I are the Key to Life and
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Dona lays oare tne truiu. S SLLJin. niiV
would resaln Minal virorlost tbroyhfony,
or develop members weak by natDreocwana
Wrfwtlnbood.'' Ho charge. Aoorena
EEIE CEOICAL CO., Buffalo, N.Y.
LOST AND WON ONE.
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51 18 4:4
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Island and St.
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r iriaortb.nsn 0 4 8 9
1 Graves. If. 1 SO
0 sry.it r. c. 1 0 1 II
1 G.len. p...O 1 0 S 0
1 5 27 I t 6
Intre' 1 8 s 4
Rock Island 5 0 1
St. Joe 0 0 0 0
Earned rnn. Pnr.k Titlnnd. ft
ft! II nek. 1
5 ff 7 8 M
II 4 II 1 1-1!
0 0 0 0 11
Bases on balls
Ol'len. 7. WllU pllobi! willeu, 1;
Struck ont Hnrrell, 1; Mauct, 4;
Bock Island was defeated bv Lin-
coin oaiurnay. jjurren pitcnea a
fair game for the Twins, while on
the other hand Barnes put up a nice
exhibition for the visitors. The ab
sence of Katz and Kreig. particularly
as to the latter, was felt, and the
fielding and hitting of the Twins was
very ragged, especially in left field.
But Jay Andrews played right field
to perfection, making a running
cat h of a 11 v which knocked his
hands against the fence, and throw
ing a man out at the home plate.
His stick work wasalso jrood. Putty
Zeis played first, and Jimmy Connors
neia down the left garden, but he
did not attend to business worth a
cent. Lynch did some nice stick
work, making two singles and a three
bagger. The Twins got the majority
of their runs in the ninth inning
through the costly errors of Short
stop Dcveraux. The score:
Sock Inland. Liuco'n.
liant and his hitting clean and
timely, one of his hits being as
pretty as has been seen on the home
The horse pasture was the scene of
a hotly contested game of ball yes
terday afternoon, between the Fifth
and Sixth warders, which resulted in
a victory for the Fifths, by a score of
17 to 13. Jerry Kinney s coachine
for the Sixths was immense.
Swf e-cy cf 1
Hill 2b 0
s.ii, e.. , 1
Lynch, ss .1
i nnnen. If. 1
B. ill. A. B. H.
1 4 1 V Pedro, cf...O 1
1 4 4 01IurU,3b 0 n
0 7 0 HSpeer. c ... 0 0 7
0 18 0 Elirijht Sb 2 1 2
1 0 0 M'K'bb'n lf3 1 0
3 1 i O Sulllvttn.lb.S 2 18
0 10 1 WWi'rtliy.rfl S 5
1 3 1 r veraux.ssl 8 8
118 0 iian.es, p..o 1 0
Totals.. 6 ti 21 11 li
Totals 10 10 7 14 5
Kock Inland 0
00011 II 04 6
8 0 8 8 0 4 0
Eamrd rnns Fock Tfl'snd. 8: L'T-ola I'.. T n
bare-hit. Deveraux. Andrew. Tbiee-base hit
ice Horn- runs BhriRlit. Hnlllvun. 1'usl-s
on b lis Bnrr. 11, 7: Barnes, 1. Hit b nitober-
Ha.jea, 1 Pasned ball Hpcr. Siratk om
Burnes, 3. L mpire Needham.
Other games in the Western asso
Saturday At Quincy St. Joe, 4;
(iuincy, 8. At Peoria Des Moines,
4; Peoria, 9. At Jacksonville Oma
ha, 6; Jacksonville, 8.
Yesterday At Quincy First
game, Omaha, 11; Quincv, 4. Sec.
ond era me, Omaha, 1: Quincy. 5
At Peoria Lincoln, 9; Peoria, 7.
No game at Jacksonville.
Neither club could make over a base
hit in yesterday's game.
First Baseman Bill Kreig returned
from Chillicothe this morning.
Zeis had only one put out at first
yesterday, something unusual.
Bell Hill's work on thirl is great.
No less can be said of Cantillon.
If rain prevents today's game, it
will probably be played tomorrow.
Old Silent Sonier held right field
down yesterday, and he did all right.
Archie Cole, St. Joe's center field
er, is no doubt the finest in the
Putty Zeis has not made a hit in
the last two games. What's the mat
Andrews' line hit over second Sat
urday was one of the longest drives
made on the home grounds.
Manager Nichols has fitted -out his
C layers with new and serviceable
rown uniforms since the last visit
Andrews played left field in yester
day's game, having live put outs to
his credit. Jay is all right wherever
he is played.
There is no disguising the fact
that Jimmy Connera can't trot in the
class of ball players now composing
the Western association.
Had Kreig been on hand Saturday,
and Jay Andrews been in left and
Zeis in his accustomed place, it is
doubtful if Katz would have been
The shout of approval that went
up yesterday when Capt. Cantillon
called Andrews, Katz, showed that
both players are popular with the
base ball public.
There are two open days this week
tomorrow ana lhursday. bt
Joseph playing today and closing
Wednesday, while Omaha comes Fri
day for the remainder of the week.
Jay Andrews' work Saturday was
. .- . IT J"., J 1 ,,
magnmccnt. ms uemiug was uru-
JOHN BULL IN AFRICA.
The Crafty Old Gentleman Now Owns Abonl
I.SOO.OOO Square Miles.
The latest acquisition of African ter
ritory gives Great Britain an unbroken
line across the length of Africa from
the. Mediterranean and the Kile to Van
extreme point of the continent. In all,
this territory, held in various ways,
from Cape Colony np to the occupa
tion" of Egypt, is in extent about 1. 400,
000 square miles and hits a population
of 80.000.000. In the Nile valley it in
cludes incomparably the best of north
Africa. In Uganda it holds the key to
the lakes of central Africa, nearly as
large as our own lake system. The new
treaty gives it the high land west of
Lake Tanganyika, considerably higher
and healthier than the eastern, in Ucr
The new conquests of th3 British
South Africa company add the great ta
bit lands of the interior of subtropical
Africa, in much of which white men
liva Lastly, there is Cape Colony, the
only vital European settlement in all
Africa. As it stands this gi-eat high
way holds two-thirds of all of Africa in
which Europeans can live and carry on
efficient administration. It has the
most fertile tract in the continent In
Egypt, its healthiest in Cape Town, its
greatest gold mines and the only region
from which tropical Africa can be con
Still more important is it.-? relation to
African water courses. A steamer can
start at Alexandria and run. when the
mahdi's successor is cleared away, to a
point on Albert Edward Nyanza, 125
miles from Lake Tanganyika. This runs
to within 70 miles of Lake Kyassa. From
this lake tlio Shire river, broken al
Murchison falls, descends to the Zam
besi and the Indian ocean. From a nav
igable point on the Congo is less than
100 miles to Lake Tanganyika. The
Aruwini runs as near the Nile. It ts
possible to start at thu month of the Zam
bezi and reach the month of the Kongo
or Nile with less than 200 miles of land
travel, and the key and center to this
great system is now in English hands.
FionqnLeed Hopaini Tat laved.
From a letter written by Mrs. Ada
E. Hurd, of Groton, S. V.", we quote:
'Was taken with a bad cold, which
settled on my lungs. Cough set in
and finally terminated in consump
tion. Four doctors gave me up. say
ing I could live but a short time. I
gave myself up to my Saviour, deter
mined if I could not stay with my
friends on earth, I would meet my
absent ones above. My husband was
advised to get Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds. I gave it a trial, took in all,
eight bottles; it has cured me, and
thank God I am now a well and
hearty woman. Trial bottles free at
Hartz & Bahnsen's drug store, regu
lar size, 50c and (1.
Good looks are more than skin
deep, dependinjr upon a healthy con
dition of all the vital orp-ans. If the
liver be inactive, you have a bilious
look, if your stomach be disordered.
you have a dyspeptic look, and if
your kidnevs be affected vou have a
pinched look. Secure good health
and you will have good looks. Elec
tric Bitters is the great alterative
and tonic, acts directly on these
vital organs. Cures pimples,
blotches, boils and gives a good com
plexion. Sold at Hartz & Bahnsen's
drug store, 50c per bottle
buckler's arnica salve.
The best salve in the world for
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
hands, chilblains, corns and all skin
eruptions, and positively cures
piles or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per
tor sale by Hartz & Ullemeyer.
CARNOT AND SEVEN.
The Strange Intertwining of the Knaaber
With Errats In HI Life.
An interesting discovery has just been
made by a contributor to a French peri
odical, who lias apparently a touch of
raperstition in his character concerning
numbers. Whether or no ho believes in
the mysterious mid uncanny iuflnonce
of number 13 is not stated, but he points
out that the unfortunate President Car
not was throughout his life under the
influence, so to say, of the figure 7.
Ho was bom in 18S7 and entered the
Ecole Poly technique in 1657. Ho lie
came, president of the republic in 1887
by virtuo of tho seventh article of the
constitution. On tho 17th of May in tho
present year ho presided at the cente
nary fetes at the Ecole Polytcchniquo.
He died in the fifty-seventh year of his
age and iu the seventh year of his presi
dency. In tho carriage in which he was seat
ed when assassinated there were, in
cluding the driver, eta, seven persons,
tho crime being committ-d on Sun
day, tho seventh day of the week, by
Cesario, an Italian, there being respec
tively seven Ictfors in these two words.
To conclndo this list of sevens, it is
pointed out that M. Carnot's remains
wore laid in tho tomb in the seventh
month of tho year and on tho seventh
day after tho ninrder was committed.
It night bo udded that Cesario came
from Cetto to commit it, and that the
pronunciation of Cetto nud sept (seven)
is identical. London Standard.
Invalid.' Hotel and Surf teal Institute.
Ibis widely celebraWd Ini-tilnt'on. Vested at
Bof a'o, N. Y., is organized wilb a f D1 ttaff of ex
perience and skillful physicians and snra-eona.
consuming the mist complete organization of
medical and surreal skill in America, for the
treatment of al chronic diseases, whether requir
ing m-flical or surgical means for their cor-.
Maivelous success Ug been achieved In the cure
of nsssl, throat and lrng diseases, liver and kid
ney diseases, disease peculiar to women, bfood-ta-nts
and skin disea-es, rheumatt-m, neuralgia
nervous debility, paalysis, epllepy (flts), and
kindred effect ions. Thousands are cured at their
homes through correspondence. The cure or the
worst rupture, pile tumors, varicocele, hylro
celeaad strictures is jar,iteed. with only a
short residence at the institution. Bend 10 c:nts
in stamps for the Invalids Guide-Book (168
pa.es). which glses all particular!. Address,
World's Dispensary Medical association. Buff Jo,
On Jnno 6 Mrs. Hannah M. Mullenix
was ordained pastor of the Congrega
tional church at Grand Meadow, Minn.
After the examination was satisfactori
ly concluded Rev. C. D. Wright of Aus
tin offered prayer; Rev. J. E. McUon
nell of Northfleld gave the right tand
of fellowship and the charge; Rev. Mr.
Brown of Rose Creek gave tho charge
to the church. In the evening a sermon
was preached by Rev. D. C. Reid of
Spring Valley, and the benediction was
offered by the new pastor.
At its annual convention the Salt
Lake Equal Suffrage association passed
a resolution to send Mrs. Bnc.ll to aid
in the Kansas campaign if the funds
eaa be raiseo.
Tired. Weak, Kerrona,
means impure blood, and everwork
or too much strain on brain and
body. The only way to cure is to
feed the nerves on pure blood
Thousands of people certify that the
best blood purifier, the best nerve
tonic and strength builder is Hood's
Sarsnparilla. What it has done for
others it will also do for vou Hood's
Hood's pills cure constipation by
restoring peristaltic action of the
and do it too in a way that he will like.
Every man that wears collars and cuffs
should know about the " CELLULOID "
Interlined. A linen collar or cuff cov
ered with waterproof ' Celluloid."
They are the only Interlined Collars
and Cuffs made
They are the top notch of comfort,
neatness and economy. They will go
through the day with you in good
shape, no matter how hot or how busy
you get. You can clean one yourself
in a minute, without dependence on
busy wives, unskillful hired girls or un
certain and.distant laundries. Simply
Wipe them off.
Every piece is marked as follows:
ou must insist upon goods so marked
and take nothing else if you expect
If your dealer should not have them ,
we will send yon a sample postpaid on
receipt of price Collars 25c each. Cuffs
50c. pair. Give size, and specify stand
up or turned-down collar as wanted.
THE CELLULOID COMPANY,
Hradwar. HEW YOKhv.
Burfis Opera House,
n atcut one
lhm naax w, wa
for Infanta and Children.
V JiliRTT rssars easarvati af Ctarla wKfc tha yatracw if
y anillin af paraawa. parse!, aa ta speak af It aitisi t r' tag.
It la aaqaststloaaMy tna Tsaat resawdy far Infant, aztd CMUrwsj
taa world aaa aver kasws. It la toamlaea. CaHdrwei Ukm It. It
arlwae ttsm stealth. It will aaya Wr slyaa. It It Methara t-ava
naastklam waiea la aV lwaty aafa ana prx-rlnaJly Ferfaet ma a
Caatarla elaetray a Wara.
Caatarla aJtaaya Terrerlaaaieaa.
Caatjarlsi praawta waaaitiajar Sew, CarreL
Oaetarte, ernraa Ptarrasaa asrl Wis Cella.
Caatarta raMaaaa Taataimar Ti an nine.
Castas ta earae Ceastipatl aa4 Flatn lamer.
Caatarla aatyaMaaa the aataeta af carVaala act fraa ar ytdisaams al.
tae the fern, ragalataa taa ataamach and Vawala,
frtrtaa taaaKny am matmral aleam.
CaatarU U mat a ta ame-tee Wttlas amly. It la mat eel la walk.
sit sfllew aary a ta aaTJ yaw aaytkima; alaa am tfca plea ar
that It ta "jurat aa a;aaf asat "mrfJl asnrer arary pmrpaas.
Baa that yaa gat O-A-g-T-O-K-I-A.
alga tare af
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Of Mackintosh and Rubber Clothing.
We are now showing a Large Stock of Ladies
single and double Texture Mackintoshes in
Low priced. Medium and the Finer Grades.
Also Mandlcbcrg's English Mackintoshes,
which are the finest made, and are eelliog them
at Chicago prices.
We also have a special line of Misses' School
Garments that are Waterproof and Serviceable.
Men and Boys' Mackintosh and Kubber Coats.
All grades and prices.
Rubber Store, TeleJone
WILSOJV IIAIGHT & CO.
207 Brady Street, Davenport.
Thiusday Night, Sept. 20.
ALL IS JOY, EVEN THE CYCLONE
Gus Heege's Idyllic Farce
Laughter provoked by Mathews ft Bul
ur. Joseph Coyne, John Gilr y, M. J.
Ualli;i.r, Fmnk '-Brin. T. K Hail.
Ad'lairte Kaolail, Mrrt ih-bonrne. Gna:e
llart.Ciafl ii bi.iers. Kaple'e with new
nintic new son., urw itanors, els'wrati
trencry. elegant toilette. urtlia if
fert. Under disrrction of lhomas U
Davis and William T. Keoga.
A Captivating Wave of Gladness.
rrices 11 .00. 75, 50 aid K cents. Eeat oa s
at Fluke's book store. Telephone No. .
SEE I'M AS U YC'JYll 1
. Are the result of years of seienttlle raaa.
imenUiig. and are now placed. oflnm to
then- superiority, preeminently abo re every
thins; heretofore produced In this line.
Thoy are acknowledjred by experts to be
iiia uupffi. enta uiudl innouii
ixinsoa susuass. aaa are paeuuarly adaptad
to eorrer the roesjrnnlperfes.
tions. A trial of thM"'"WM winTonvlxima
For sale by T. H. THOMAS, Drug
gut auu optician.
Of Carriages, Harness,
Laprobes, Whips, etc.
Remember that you can always find the latest styles
and largest assortment in the tri-cities at
Mason's Carriage Works
T. F. BURKE.
Sec. and Trete
Steam and Gas Fitters.
t:i Fl:zt!sz Co.
Hot Water Heating
119-121 E. 17th St,
Rock Island. I1L Tel. No. 1288
Bole Agents tor the Farmaa.
Contractor and Builder.
Chap, Holly XToMDtmBe.
Rtwldsmoe. 410 Serenth street.
t. w. Bos
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters.
House Heatinjr and Sanitary Plnmbing. Basement Bock Island Nat. Bank j
af UM Brady street
af Oat Dams
ally an aaaa.
ae block bast Cental Farm, lar(aat fctUwa.
SU1 axadj sUet,Davaaort,la