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THT& ABCrTJB, WEDNESDAY, APcnL-13. 1C98.
For Family Ucc...
Perhaps in your family you use but little whisky, but you
want that little good of the best. The United States Govern
ment guarantees the Age and Purity of every bottle of
through Its Internal Revenue Officers at the distilleries, at
Every bottle o( Old Crow and Hermitajre is tested. Be Hire the
Internal Revenue Stamp over the Cork and Capsule is not broken and
that It bears the name W. A. OAINES A CO.
Mf It is a GovernatMt Gaaraatee that goes with this bottliaa.
ALL 'DEALERS SELL IT
By A SIHGLE SCORE
TO HAVE A SHAM BATTLE.
Is'and Wins From
. L XJAL8 GET f TJQ DOWS TO BUfiUI 8
nOlMJFE LABGER !
till TOW niXKD TO
KRELL & MATH
For t nice cop of fragrant Hot Co flee,
Chocolate or Tea, or a delicious dish
ot Ice Cream or Fruit Ice.
1716-1718 Second Avenue
Thai any stock in the
three cities. Every de
partment is complete
with the best things
produced in their re
DINING CHAIRS solid
Oak, long post, brace arm.
Cane Seat, only
6 Ft EXTENSION TA
BLES nicely fin
ished, this week
Money saving prices
prevail. Special ad
van trges and induce
ments for complete
Notlecab Improvement With Each Dart'
P actlse WU Bala Exaellaat Conditio a
f r the Onanist; af thaCnaa.plocsb.lp 4a
ton President Tout's Decision la aha
R tckfo.d Csae.
Manager Andersen's players fin
ished one score In the leal in their
gune with the university team at
The Kock Island clab is growing
stronger daily. Anderson is verj
well pleased. He says the boys are
gradually getting hardened and will
bi in first-class condition when the
ball is tossed up in the season's open
ing championship game. The col
legians were Inclined to feel some-
hat swelltd up over their victories
of last week and probably they had
reason to be but it is fair t) pre
dict that their heads will have re
sumed their normal dimensions
when the Rock Island aggregation
departs from Champaign next Friday
igni. ine soore by innings of. yes
Rock Island 3 1 3 0 0 1 0 0 !
Illinois 0 4 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 '
Hit Rock Island. 3: Illinois. 8. Errors-Rock
isla-a, 5; MinoH. 7. Batteries Kock Island
C. Baker. K Dale: IUioois. G. Weraham. P.
Joy. Murphr. Earned run Illinois, I. Three
esse nit Johnston, Illinois. Home run Joy,
Illinois liases on baits OK Daley. 1: oil Joy.
6: oil Murphy, 4. Struck out Hy Koey. 4: bv
Joy. I. Left on bases Illinois, 6; Uuck Island,
i. umpire, Aioenson.
The Ottnmwa club's new uniforms
have arrived, but will not be used
on til the season opens.
Manager Anderson says that the
Rock Island team is composed of a
lot ot fine fellows. They are all good
baa players, and gentlemen.
lhe m-City Railway company has
made a rate ot 15 cents for the
round trip from Moline and Daven
port to the baseball park! Through
trains will be run on days when
games are played here, leaving the
t wo cities at a fixed time.
President Hickey has received offi
cial Information from President N:ck
Yonng that the selling of the Rock
ford club to Detroit by the directors
of that club, a few days before
they knew they would be thrown
oat if the associa ion, was Me
gal, and the club was awarded to
Kock Island. J his decision, it is
hoped, will satisfy the Rcckford wise
men, whose attempt, when their
town was disfranchised by the West
ern association, to work up a rebel-
lous spirit anion? the other mem
birs cf the league, has won anything
for them but respect and admiration
from the baseball world. Rockford is
not so many but what the association
can survive without her company.
fche can content herceit with two-o
cat this season, and probably a few
more summers, and when she has de
cided to behave herself, perhaps the
Western association will listen to her.
Two Divisions of tfalla. Natal Basel e le
Ulva ai lateroa;:xia; Cshlbttlaa.
The two divisions of the Naval Re
serves at Moline wM ei'gage in a
sham battle on the street of that
city tomorrow night. The scene of
mock hostilities will be In the space
between Second and E;ghth avenues
and Fifteenth and Eighteenth stieets.
Blank ammunition will be discharged.
but the boys will go through the
movements of a regular battle, each
division opposing tee other. It will
make an interesting spectacle. Beth
divisions ot the Naval Reserves are
out in full force nightly parading the
streets of Moline and obeying com
mands from their respeotive com
manding officers. Lieut. Hunt, and
Easign Tubbs. Each division is now
recruited up to 65 men. More than
a dczen new recruits were sworn into
service Monday evening and but 50
more men are now needed to reach
the number wanted.
The first naval militia organization
of the United States to be called into
service is a division of the First bat
talion of New xork. urders were
issued to this division to report at
the League island navy yard to bring
the United States monitor Nabant to
YOUNG PEOPLE'S RALLY.
Xaellae toe TrM)t
The rally of the Tri-City Baptist
Yonng People's union was held last
evening at Calvary chorch, Daven
port. There was a good attendance.
A. program or prayer, musio ana ad
dresses was carried out, after which
officers were elected as follows:
President 7. P. Bryson, Daven
. is Sir n .a a
Secretary Miss wary v caueii,
Treasurer Dr. F. H. First. Bock
The Volunteer brought down 16
strings of lcgi.
The City oi W inona waa in ana ons
of port as usual.
Tne water is stationary at .w at
the Rock Island bridge; the tempera
ture at noon was 47.
The water is stationary at St Paul,
Le Claire, Rock Island, Des Moines
Rapids and Keokuk, is falling at Bed
Wing, Dubuque and St. Louis.
Travel over the Bock Island bridge
yesterdaj: Foot, north, 907; south.
879; total. 1,786. Teams, north, 667;
south, 665; total, 1,332. Street cars,
north, 88; south, 90; total, 178.
f WhitePalaeasSweets 1
ARE the leaders for fine
fresh Candies. Almond
and Hickory Nut Nogets
are wonderful takers. Taf
fies and Nut Candy's fresh
every morning. Our Cara
mels are perfect, and those
delicious Popcorn Frittors
lead them all.
Will surely snit you. and
our elegant bill of Cream
and Chocolates are the best
In the three cities. Try a
The regular annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Rock Island Sav
ings back for the election of nine
directors for one year will be held
at the office of said bank in Rock
I land Monday, April 11. 1898. Polls
will be open at 10 o'clock a m., and
closed at 12 noon of said day.
P. Greekawalt, Cashier,
Rock Island, April 2, 1898.
D"ree of Charge to SrOVrerf.
Cut this out and take it to your
druggist and get a sample bottle free
321 826 328 Brady Street. Davennort of Dr. King's New Discovery, for
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cuuauiupuuD, cuugos SDU C01US.
Tilo An nnl . W wish r hn hafnva
We have the Best EauiDDed trying. This will show vou the
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great merits or mis truiy wonaeriui
Ice Cream S j
Whits Palace of Sweets
Telephone 2 on. 1348.
Repair Shop in the west
mil ax atcsmtn.
Milan, April 12. Mrs. John Dor-
rick, of Bowling, visited in South
Heights the first of the week, and
later with C. H. Brandenburg and
Mrs. J. B. Ratter is ill.
MiesTillie Kehoe, of Vandruff's
island, is ill.
L. L. Wheeler, of Sterling, paid
Milan a visit Sunday.
Henry Bloomneld, proprietor of the
Black Hawk saloon, has retired from
The Court of Honor gave a supper
to its members at the town hallMon
llham Daxon delivered a car load
of fruit trees to the farmers in this
Ite Misses Carnsgnan visited with
H. Bruebaker and family, of Buffalo
Prairie, Saturday and Sunday.
Louis tioben, our street car driver.
who has been very ill for the past
lews days is improving nicely.
James ft. Li.xon and lamuy, of
Black Hawk township, visited friends
and relatives in Reynolds buoday.
Aewton Looby at a family, or
Bowling, spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. John Vanderslice at Fair view.
W. F. Kuehl returned homeThurs-
day on his 21st birthday. He Is a
member of the Naval Reserves and is
ready to serve Uncle Sam at his call.
The Dutch entertainment and mar
ket given by the Ladies' Aid society
or the Presbyterian chnrob, was a
grand success, and all report having
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bad a good time
The funeral of Mrs. Jaoob Schreier
took place from her home in Rural
Saturday at 10 o'clock.' A large pro
cession followed the remains to Chip
piannock, where they were interred
Mrs. (jus Mice, of Lock 3, was
surprised by a number of her lady
friends on her brithday Friday. A
nich dinner was served by the hostess
and all who were present report a
Vt i liam Yvynn and familv, of Cm
VaUey, visited with Frd Lickeifiit
last Sunday. Mr. Lickerrltt. who
has been unable to walk for the past
four years, is now able to take a lit
Samu-1 Blair and Joe Flciscbman
have ben building a wire fence
around their propmy the past week.
Mr. Blair has a maohine whicn
weaves the wire into a net work,
which makes a durable fence.
Rev. H. W. Reherd, pastor ot the
Presbyterian church, left for a 2
weeks' visit with his parents in Gen
eseo last week. On account of his
absence no meeting was held in
the church last Sunday, and a num
ber of members attended church in
Woodman Uaj aUdee.
Uan. William CUndenin, of Moline.
c lief marshal of the Woodmen day
parade, has selected his aidea as fol-
7 n V . ma -
io w: BOCKisiana, aisj. vnannon,
Cept. II. C. Cleavelanfl. C H. Seidel,
J. E. Larkin, Charles Buford. Mo
line Col. Kd Klttllsen, L. P. Nelson,
II E. Watt, E. E. Morgan and L. C
Lewis. Stewartville. James Hasson.
South Rock Iilaud, Peter Schlueter.
Milan, P. F. Zihu. Davenport, CoL
E. I. Cameron, John A. Beading,
Frank Peto, William Culton and
George Sbado. ,
Ilosade and Babblia. .
The coursing meet at the Daven
port Mile Track opened yesterday
afternoon. There were some excit
ing chases. The results: Lady Em
ma beM Bother; Sir Uuy bBat Rosa
line; Queen of Hearts beat St. Clair;
Beauty beat Ben Bolt; Hadawist beat
Kittie Ward; Rapparee beat Victor
Chief; Lady Falkner beat Coy ne'e
Rab; Miss Alice beat Glenrosa; Ida
beat Hot Staff; Persimmons beat
Lord Glenkirk; Manhattan beat Free
and Easy ; Hattie beat King o' the
Hill; Minneapolis beat Bonnie Scot
land and Kathaline beat Winona.
is to a
what clothing is to the bodv. It is just as important. Yoo should
take as much care in selecting the paint to clothe your property, as
you do in selecting the material to clothe your fwaoa. Paint pro
erves the building. Paint gives beantv to "the building. In ajarfntiSHr
the labor costs more than the paint. There will be a large waste if
the right paint is not used.
is made for painting building. It is not a low-priced paint, but ft
is cheap because the best. It is made of the purest materials -that
wear the longest. The colors are bright and lisndsnme.
A booklet oa paint frea, ..'.
That SHtmnm-wiujAma oo., rr tmo coixm afajraw,
lOn Canal Street, Cleveland. M2 Klewart Arena, Ctilea.
St7 Waeb.lin.oa Street, flaw Tork. .Si ml. A a loin Bene, MoaueaA)
(f? nod thing in Shoes
FOB LADIK. GENTS, HISSES AND CHILDREN
AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES:
Men stmee In black
from 11 00 to
Men's shoes In colors
Rots' aboet la alack
Croat Sac to.
hors shoe la colors
Child's rboee fraa SSc to ! I
Itdlrs' short in colors and black
Iron fl Wto
Hlsaee' abort la eo'on
from II. W to
boat Tie to
Teat ha' i
The Rock Island Teamsters' nnion
was formed at Hillier's hall last even
ing. lhe following diners were
President George Hillier.
Secretary David Sharp.
Treasurer Charles Archer.
The union starts out with n mem
gership of 25. Henry Lamp, Chaun
eey Smeltaer and Stephen O'Connor
were named a committee to draft by
laws, lhe nnion adopted this reso
lution: "We, the Teamsters' union
of Rock Island, hereby notify the peo
ple titt we have established the
price of $3 per day for teaming.
eight hours to constitute n d ay's
Whether on pleasure bent or busl
ness, take on every trip a bottle of
8yrup of Figs, as it aets most pleas
antly and effectually on the kidneys,
liver and bowels, preventing fevers.
headaches and other forms of sick
ness. For sale in 60-cent bottles by
all leading druggists. Manufac
tured by the California Fig Syrup
eo m pan y oniy.
Sow Lawn Graft Seedi Now.
Try our "Evergreen" mixture, which Is a selection ot the best
Grasses adapted to lawns, which flourish at different seasons.
Price per pound, SO cents; per bushel of 15 pounds, 2-0.
Garden, Field and
And all kinds of job work. . We also
carry a complete line of guns and
218 Seven tetmh St. Market Sauare.
yjoltmawi the Jeweler
Ilott's Nerverine Pills
diseases of the
is u out aSO aiiut IslSiU. oam rJ eitSe
srx, such Nervous Prostration, Failing or
lost Manhood, Impotency, Nightly Emis
sions, Youthful Errors. Mental Worry, ex
cessive use of Tobacco or Opium, which
lead to Ccntumptioo and Insanity. $1.00
per box by soil; boxes for &00.
For sale r M. T. Bahnsrn. drnrgitt, concr
VearUt areaae and TwcaUetfe stmt.
Our stock will be
found to contain one
of the finest assort
ments of Jewelry to
be seen anywhere.
Novelties of all Kinds
Besides a regular line
of Watches, Cloclcs, .
and Jewelry that is
worth seeing. .Call,'
and look it over. .
Woltoan, the Jeweler.
remedy, and show you what can be
accomplished by the regular sized
bottle. This is no experiment, and
would be disastrous to the proprie
tors, aid they not know it would in
variably cure. Many of the best
physicians are now using it in their
praotioe with great results, and are
relying on it in most severe cases.
It is guaranteed. Trial bottles free
at Hartz & Ullemeyer'a drug store.
Regular size 50 cents and f 1.
Before Yoa Kid Soar Wboel
Bo sure you shake into your shoes
Allen's Voot-Ease, a powder for the
feet. t keeps your feet cool and
comfortable, prevents sweating feet.
and makes your endurance ten-fold
greater. Over 100,000 wheel peo-
peopie are using Alien s root-base,
They all praise it. Ladies, insist on
having it. It gives rest and comfort
and prevents smarting, hot, swollen.
aching feet. At all druggists and
shoe stores, 25 cents. Sample free
by mail. Address, Allen S. Olmsted,
Le Roy, N. Y. n
PUnal rilael fuoal
Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Oint
ment will eure blind, bleeding and
itching piles when all other oint
ments nave railed, it absorbs the
tumors, allays the itching at once.
acts as a pouitloe, gives instant re
lief. Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Oint
ment Is prepared only for piles and
itching of the private parts, and
nothing else, fcvery bos la war
ranted. Sold by druggists or sent
by mail on receipt ot prioe, 50 cents
and 1 per box.
WILLLaXS uaixrACTUBino CO.,
Proprietors, Cleveland, Ohio.
Sold by M. P. Bahnsen, Druggist.
Baeklan'e Avalea Baler.
The best salve in the world for
euts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
hands, chilblains, corns and all skin
eruptions, and positively cures piles.
or no pay requirod. it ia guaran
teed to give perfect satisfaction or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale by Harts A Ulle-
for Ov.r rut-Vor
Mrs Winslow's Sonthing Syrop has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, sofens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea.
Twentv-five cents a bottle.
A Life for SO Cents.
Many people have been cured of
kidney diseases hy taking a 50 cant
bottle of Foley's Kidney Cure. Sold
by T. H. i nomas.
BSany rawale Uaaaoa Urtak
Cuff ee at night. It spoils their sleep,
x on can drink uratn-u when yon
please and sleep like a top. for
Grain-0 does not stimulate; it nour
ishes, cheers and feeda. Yet It looks
and tastes like the best coffee. For
nervous persons, young people and
children, Grain-0 ia the perfect
drink. Made from pure grains. Get
a package from your grocer today,
Try it in place of coffee. 15 and 25c,
A Boaaoa af Hope.
To those alii icted with kidney or
bladder diseases is Foley's Kidney
Cure. Guaranteed, ror sale by T.
Brooklyn, N. Y., Deo. 19. 1896.
Messrs. Ely Bros.: I have used
Ely's Cream Bslm a number of years
and nnd it works like a cnarm. it
has cured roe of the most obstinate
cate ot cjld in the head in less than
48 hours from the t mj I felt the
cold coming on. I would not be
without it. Respectfully yours,
283 Hart Street. Fkbd'k Fries.
Cieam Balm is kept by all drug'
gists.- Full sin 50 cents. Tiial six
10 cents. We mail it.
Elt Bkos , 56 Warren street,
N. Y. City
1805 Second Ave
Vhich Half is
the Better Half
The liouiiewife's duties are harder than men
realize. Cleaning alone i. a constant tax oil her
strength, a oevcr-ended task. More than half the
work of cleaning fite c?a have done for her, if 6lie
will, and the express will be nct to, nothing.
i' " !1-:VV
Does the better half of cleaning; does K better
"Than any other way known ; does it easily, quickly
cad cucaply. IargraA packages greatest economy.
THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY,
Cblcaro. RLLoula. New York. - Boston. FtUxtelpbav
SHOES THAT FIT AND WEAR. CALL
AND SEE US.
Open Evenings Until t O'clock)
Louie nnncccn's conn'
213-215 West Second Street,
Of oar new stock of Wall Papers
doesn't alone lie In their artistic
colorings nnd designs, bni. in
their remarkable cheapness. Wail
Tapers SO per cent cheaper tana
ver before. Bee onr great re
duction la prions nod yoa will
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO-
110. SIX. J14 TWENTIETH IT.
Menfs Surprise Second Hill Storo.
A fine line of new goods. Bed Room Suits, White
Eoamel Beds, Dialog Chairs, Rockers, Couches,
Refrigerators, Cook and Gasoline Stores, Musical In
struments, Watches, and In fact almost anything you
can thiak oL Call and you will be pleased as well as
surprised at our goods and prices. Money to Loan.
WE BUY AND SELL EVERYTHING.
oncnT'o onopniGC CTonn.
1622 SECOND AVENUE. ' .
A few notes regarding spring goods that can be fonnd bj look
ing at this ad. Here are acme prioes we quote: Spring novel
ties In suits the prions rang from 118, 120, 22, 22 and np.
The prices In the spring trousers rang front S5, SI.S0, St,
$5.50 and upward. Com in aad see onr fine line.
Gis. Englln, Cnrsr, IE33 t:::i
Inaorporata4 Under Us
BOCK BLAHD. YfAV
Fonr Per Coat Paid on Darxawsa.
Moat Loaned oa Peraoaal OoUatawal or WtmX
1. H. flafnrd. fMlornt,
J oka Crabaaca. Vina rrot'drnt,
awrao aa.laate vlv a. leaTaad nraarteeS.
A eoraa SUicaoU A Lradaa atw kaiMtaa.