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THE AUGUS, MONDAY, JUNE 27, 1898.
"Saved Her Life."
MWKS. JOHN WALLET, of Jeff.rann
Wis., than whom none is mere bub j
; esteemed or widely known, writes.
"In iro I bad a severe attaelc cf Lawripee
and at the end of four months, in snlte of all
physicians, friends and sood nnrslnz could
do, my lungs heart and nerrons system nvi
so completely wreck!, my life was se
spairsd of, my trleads clvlns me no. 1 eonld
only sleep by the of opiates. My lunrs
sou neart pained me trakly and my eongb
was most auirraTatlnf. I csuld sot l in
one position but a short time and not on my
left side at all. My husband brought mi
Dr. Miles' Nervine and Heart Cure and I be
jran taking them. When I had takea a baJ
bottle of each I was much better audconMn
ulnn perelstently I took about a d'jeen boV
ties and was completely restored tr health to
too surprise of all."
Dr. Miles' Itemed lee
are sold by all drus
swts under a positive
guarantee, Erst bottls
bcneSta or money ro
fuoded. Hook on dis
eases of the h .-nrt and
nerves free. Add ress.
DK. MILEi MEDICAL CO., tHrtiatt, lad.
A Statement In
Rock Island and QuincY Teams
Break Even on Two
AH EXdTDTG C03JTEST STJITDAY.
Sailor Take a Vail Ont of Cooper in the
Eighth, Netting Xiae Kan and Cinch
ing a Victory McCarthy Taknt a Punch
at I'mpire Back Ebrigbt-fcHtorday's
pi.vii Won. Lost. Perct.
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fathered at the base-
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palate at a trial of KRELL
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On a warm day then? is noth
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ITIOSI'HATK. or any of the
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keep on hand. Wo till nnr
font with tln famous Mack
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make tlif most sparklim'
Soda when charged with
pure carbonated gas and
nerved with rieli cream and
makes a delicious and appc
tiiiag thirst quencher.
KRELL & MATH
Phone UM. 1T19-I718 Sooond Avenue.
lall grounds yesterday afternoon wit
nessed a rattfiug game and one-round
c-o between Umnin ISiick Fbrijrht and
John Met arthv, tlu (Jem City's left
fielder. It was the iuostfceiiting
event that has Ixfen pulled off at tho
park thus far. (Juincy had a com
fortable lead until the sailors shoul.
dered their willows in the eighth.
A campaign of cannonading which
bronght jov to the hearts of the fans
followed. McKihlien becran the sood
worli with a single. Wright. Strauss
and Dillon did likewi. With a lead
of one. .md the crowd veiling and hats
fviuir, Hanna and Smith sinirled and
Hoover drew four, ami 15aer, McKib-
1'tn and Wright placed safe ones, and
utre helped along toward the home
t'Ute by a wild throw. Strauss and
MUon flew out, the tirst lieinir made
by ltabbitt, who was stoped as a re-
snu ol a coarse decision on a sacri
fice. Total, 9 runs.
Smith waged a irettv bartle. Ik-
was poorly supported in the carlv
wirt of the game, the visitors scoring
on eiTors. He apparently lost heart
for a time, but when he saw the bovs
were rail vingalwut him he straightened
out ana shoved the pig-skin across
the mbler with a speed that
ft ood 1'ete and his lulus on their
thinking Ihjxcs. Cooper, who was
heard to have bragged how lie would
do the lUek Island fellows up, left the
liamonil a much wiser man. llie
hlimit R. H. p. A. a.
User. If.. S
McK.h', rf.J 1
Wnit'lt. ef.l 2
Straus C..S S
lll.MI I0...I 1
M.ll.l.l-.t, HH.O I
Hanna. ah.. I I
Hoc.vcr 3h.l 1
Suiilb p...j -i
Oilinr,.... n. H. P. A. E.
1'iiee. rf. n II
Muhier. ih.u o
MwTl'v.b 1 1
Sw uv.rfufJ 1
M Crd.lfefO 2
Cope. xx. .1 1
Cooper, p.o 0
makes no pretentions as a pitcher.
H-e it is:
Rf Uund. it H. r A !Q"fnc w. P-
M Kis'n rf 1
Wrirtt. cf 2
Ioloa. lh ..' U
.. p. .J 1 V
0 o M Car'byafO
1 l.Moiih-r. .!
Hanaa. 4i .O
Save, c 0
Young, p.- 0
1 0 0
1 4 1
0 0,necKevM0 0 3 2 2
1 iilsween'vrri 0 0 0 0
0 2'M.O-diecfl 201
0 Lohman. c O 0 A 1 0
9 waru-lb 13 11 10
1 2 Cope. 88. ..1 1 s o v
1 1 Parvin. p...l 2 0 2 0
11 27 16 4
Total.... 8 9 24 13 8
ReckLsUnd 5 0 i 3 2 0 0 0 0
yuincy - o w o o z 1-3 1 V
Two-base hits-McKibben. Mohier, Dillon.
Three-base hits McCreedie. Wrieht. Mohler.
Stolen ba.es -Sweeney, Mohler (2.) MeCreenie.
Struck out by Babbitt. S: by Parvin. !. Base
on balls off Babbitt. 1: !f Parvin. 1: of Young.
4. Hit by pitcher Hohle. McKibben. Passed
h:ul Cohm. 1. Time 1:1.x Umpire
Games elsewhere: Saturdav, at
Peoria, St. Joe 2. Peoria 9; at Dubunne,
Ottumwa 5. Dubuiiue 4. Sundav.
at Dubaqne, Ottumwa 1. Dubunuo'O:
at Peorki, St. Joe 4. Peoria 8.
Anvone who thinks the Western
association is not playing fcwift ball
will be better posted "after gazing at
the records made at Peoria and Du
buque yes erday. At the former
place there were 21 innings. In the
a 1st Peoria made tive runs off of Mc
1 to 0.
The game between the London and
the Cambridge team at Cambridge
Friday resulted in a victory for the
Henry couutv biys bv a score of 9
The Woodmen beat the Y. M. C. A.
team at the hoptield Saturday 11 to 8.
The Dubuque Times seems to Ik;
trying hard to kill baseball.
Rock Ishmd and Quincy tod;iy and
tomorrow. " f'
Ginger up, ljoys.
BOYS Oil THE MARCH
Sixth Regiment Tramps Over to
the Potomac and Back
and F. go into a sham battle tomorrow.
We are all well and looking finer.
EXPECT TO MOVE SOUTH 600JT.
Otttiniwa shut out Dubuque
DON'T BE DECEIVED.
the opportunity is wise. Ice
rreaiu is Cupid's favorite
Wfapon of war. Fair ones
enjoy eating cream all the
more lierause it Ioatci a cool
impression after it. and does
not, like some drinks, lower
the teineBnturo a liliio only
to raise it much more after
ward. Young men who
adopt onr iro rream tactics
never lose their suit. .We ad
Tise this pkm of campaign ia
11 Of SV88t8.
.12 IT 27 111 4 Total... 7 II 27 15
Hock Mand 0 10010190-12
guuicy 1 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 2-
Three base ills Baer. Schwartr. Stolea
tuiscM- Si riiinu. "Smith. Dillon, lleckey. liases
on lmll -on smlto. S; off Cooper, z. Struck out
by Snihb. 4: by Cooper. 2. Wild piken
(Hipr. I PasK4l ball StrausM. Tiaie of
x;ime-2:in. I mplre-KbrlKht.
Mi.'artlwy made a spectacle of hiia-
spU. In llie fourUi inning' he criti
cized a decision and Umpire Kbright
put him out of the gnine. He sat on
the bench during the remainder of
Ihe contest and amused himself bv
saying prelty things about Ruck.
While the ti.ims were changing posi
tions for the ninth Ebright went to
the Hock Island lieneh to wet his
whistle. MaC'arthv renewed his
abuse, and i-ipped the climax by land
ing a bunch f fives on Huck's jaw.
Tin: umpire clinched his assailant and
held him until the other players and
('apt. Kekard and Officer Kramer
parted them. Mauy of the spectators
rushed onto the diamond, but were
driven back by the officers. The Imll
tield is not a Spanish bull ring, aud
occurrences of this sort do not elevate
While it does not in the least excuse
McCarthv, it is strongly apparent
that Ebright has not lieen dealing
fairly with the players in his decis
ions, and at times has provoked them
into violations of tho rules. He is au
injury to the game.
Met arthv as arrested bv Capt.
Kekard, but wan released. Ferdinand
Holdorf furnishing security for his
appearance fur trial t'day," when he
was lined f 10 and costs by Magistrate
Stafford. He was charged bv Capt.
Eckard with disorderly oonduct.
Saturday's game was a farce as far
as the sailors were concerned. Being
shy a pitcher Sage sent Babbitt to the
box. He held out lor six innings, and
would undoubtedly have defeated the
visitors if he had been able to continue.
He held them down to four scores, the
sailors having again as aiany. Young
pitched out the game. He was de
cideillv wild, ami was jvunled all
over the garden. He was responsible
for the defeat. It is certainly mt a
vry fluttering commendation for
Young's twirling whn one contrasts
his work and that of Babbitt, who
Wait For CenWy, to lie in Kock Inland
July 1 and 2.
Mfntnf's famous dog and ponv
skow, the oldest, largest, richest anh
U-t exhibition traveling of its kind,
will be here for two days starting
next Friday. The Gentry show,
which has gained for iteelf a world
wide reputation, and which is known
by every child in the country, is not
to be compared with other so called
exhibitions, which could not hold a
candlu to these already established
shows. It has come to a period where
the public is not to be deceived by
small concerns who try to exist Uhh
the reputation of others. The Ucatry
exhibition is so much larger than all
the rest that no other dog and pony
show would even dare to try to show
in oppositioiitothc.se big shows. Some
may hope to deceive the public by
slipping in town a few uavs ahead
expecting tti do business upon th
fact, that ix large show has already
been billed, but the public is too wise,
and the small fry soon tind them
selves where all others have gone who
have made the same attempt before
A word to the wise is sufficient.
Wait for Gentry.
Hanar to Oar Hiarh Srbo.
Prof. Carhart. of the University of
Michigan. insected the Kock Island
High school 011 iiehali of the nniver.
sity some weeks ago, and on the
strength of his report the school has
lH'en placed upon the "diploma list
of the university for three vears
This means that graduates in the
classes of '9S, !)) and l!t00 may enter
the University of Michigan, in anv
department, upon presenting their
High school diplomaj together with a
certilicate from the principal. As
ruU pupils who are received in this
wav, by the University of Michigan,
.... . f
are received vrr where, llie presi
dent ot assar college wrote some
time ago that his institution would put
thw school on its diploma list as soon
as l rol. rarliart made Ins repoit.
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bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum
fever sores, tetter, (hupped hands
chilblains, corns and all skin erup
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pav required. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction or money re
funded. Price 2" cents iirr bin. F"or
?ale bv Uartz & Ullemevcr.
Attention, Caaipers aad risking Partk?s
We are headquarters for camping
and iisinng supplies; also a full line
of fresh groceries always on hand am
at the lowest price. Ice delivered to
all camps. Flesh aud cured meats
fresh produce, direct from the farm
All goods sold will be delivered free
8. J. Arm:, Sears, 111.
Penny Wine and Pound Fonlbih
axe they wio have not Foley's Colic
C ure as a safeguard in the family
For sale by T. 11. Thomas.
V Care CoasHaatloa Forarea.
TakeCiscartte Cwudy Calbartie. 4tpor35e.
u w o. l.. asi i auic, uruggiMs aiund mosey.
Appears to Be no Longer Any Danbt
of tioing " Santiago as Cten. tiar
retsna has Received Orders Direct I'roan
the Iepatnmt-lirs From IndiTKInal
11 embers South and West.
Our boys down aliout the aation's
capital are on the march today, that
is unless last night's plans have lieen
changed. The 2d brigade, composed
of the 6th Illinois, the 8th Ohio and
the Cth Massachusetts, ordered to
march to the Potomac, was to leave
Camp Algor early this morning. It
will remain away for a dav, returning
sdav morning. Col. Foster and
the other officers of the brigade were
surprised by Mie order, as they
thought their early departure for the
south would not permit the inarch to
the bathirfg beach, which the other
regiments have been making. (Jen.
Garret son, in command of the brigade,
is confident, however, that orders to
proceed to Cuba will not lie received
before Wednesday, and then onjv for
a part of his brigade. He therefore
saw no good reoson why the march
should not lie made. He docs not ex
pect to have the entire brigade en-
route to Santiago before the end of the
(Jen. (ieorge A. Garrctson visited
the war department Saturday and was
notilied that his brigade would be sent
to Santiago as soon as the auxiliary
cruisers cmild return for that pur
pose. The Yale, which sailed from
Hampton Roads Thursday, is cxpect-
d iaek about next Wednesday or
inursuuv. 1 nc Harvard should re
turn by Saturday of next week.
(en. Garrctson s brigade consists
of the 6th Illinois. tli Ohio aud tith
Massachusetts regiments and the 9th
Ohio battalion, colored. If the bat
talion is taken the brigade will add
fully 1.000 men to Shatter's force.
Identification tags are being ol-
tained by all the boys at Camp Alger.
Mat. Cuannon and L,ieut. i lood, of
the 6th, have been released from duty
as provost marshal and assistant and
allowed to return to their regiment in
order to prepare lor the approaching
departure for the south.
Representative lTince, of Illinois,
called at the 6lh hospital tt see Pri
vate Fehlman, from this district, who
was reported sick wkh fevej-, and
found him gettiiifg along nicely. Mr.
Prince afterward dined with Col. Foster.
Gov. Tanner Is expected to viit the
Uliauie voIhiiW-pm at Camp Alger
aext month, provided any are taere
when it is possible for him to make
the trip. 'I he 6th Illinois will leave
rhis week, and the ah is making
every elTiD't to lie included in an early
order to f he front. They mav. how
ever remain through! July.
From Caaip Merrllt.
Camp Merritt. San Francisco. June
21. I have now been transferred
from Company L to Company R in
the same regiment, lain oil on the
steamer ( liala. the flagship, next
Thursday, June 23, for Manila, which
will lie a sail of five or more weeks.
On the last expedition' the boys in
blue were packed on the steamers
like lump sugar in a sack, and I ex
pect this will be just like it. You
can judge for yourself what it will be
on deck with all these boys who have
never bucu on the ocean before. They
are going to have all the soldiers out
of here and on sea inside of live
This is how they are drilled a day
Ketreat and roll veil at 6 a. m.
Breakfast si f a. in.
lirill from 7 toS.
DiBl riom 9 to 10.
firill from 11 to 12.
1 irill from 1 to 2.
NUht nut il . p 111.
Koll call a 7 p ni.
LiKlits out at 10 p. m.
Good-bye to all my friends,
" M vktix li. Daxiklsen.
amp Alger. June 2:t. The
What i j il brain or brav.u ?
T yen el can bv m.iin
atrcngt.lt or co ttw u- IiNt
avers?- IV you use fet
save. ? If yea era aiieiasi V-iisj
t .Ta. w w
Tnr. .. K. FAT BASK CtJIPAT. .
St. lAum. Nrw York. Boelon. Illadetrhia.
have lieen received which cause us to
look forward to the front. The order
was to have all heavy goods packed to
forward to Tampa, and also to have
the horses in readiness. Wc expect
to go to Newport cws, where trans
ports will wait for us. It was at first
thought we would march there, but
the war department has now changed
its plans, and we go bv rail to Alex
andria, then by boat to Newjwrt
.News: that is the outlook now
Col. Klttilsen was corporal officer
01 the day.
Lieut. Flood had the honor of show
ing me Chinese ambassador aroum
iiiv grounds. 1011 should have seen
him the pig taif ambassador.
We had a great and most agreeable
surprise in seeing Mrs. r. C. Hemen
way come iuto camp. We exjiec
Mi.s r it r Patrick ami Miss Bruce to
come out tomorrow to visit the bovs
I mean the officers,
Howard Johnson and Iiais Kosen
field have been transferred to the hos
pital corps, and are now at division
hospital in the same ward, where
thev have aothing but meaU.'S.
Wa are all feeding lictter now than
ever and have a very nice place to sleep.
Ja.ck Glass and his Freddie have a
good time and are alwavs together.
Rev. Kiefer. of the 8th Ohio,
dropped dead yesterday from heart
trouble. The funeral was a very im
posing military event.
Companies A and I, and Companies
Rock Island Committees Named at Satur
day Evening's Hefting.
The executive committee in charge
of the arrangements for the national
encampment of the Union Veter
erans' Union which assembles in
Rock Island next Augnst. at its meet
ing aturday evening named the fol
Finance J. M. Beardsle. A. M.
Blakesley. Otte Huber. Fred Hemen
wav, S. S. Davis. Charles McHngh.
Gus. Stengel. Louis Salmann, W. C.
Maucker. Eugene Burns.
Program and Invitation C. W.
Hawes, Harry P. Simpson. Walter
Halls and Decorations Frank Col
lins. R. Crampton. Frank G. Young, S.
R. Wright, M. C. Rice, Henry Krell.
IxMiis Kohn. James Eckharf Wil
liam Hart.. Hugh McDonald.
Toastsi C. J. Searle. Hon. E. W.
Hurst; J. L. Haas.
rransiHU-tation Genl. F'. M. Wil-
cox.H. D. Mak. Hiram S. Cable. Frank
Plunnuer, L. H. Greer.
ITotels George F. Railev. John
Herbert, J. G. Junge. T. H. McXev
ins, George W. Cash.
Music (ieorge R. Houscl. H. D.
tolsom. G. H. Saunders. B. Y. Bovd-
ston. Carl Taylor. John Stewart, S.
T. Bowlbv. S. J. Collins. Richard
Sherwood. Emil Jacobsen. C. A. Lar
son. ( L. Aekerlind. Mrs. Frank
Robinson. Mrs. H. von Koeckritz.
Mrs. Charles Mcllugh, Mrs. T. B
(Commanders on (Jen. Street's Per-
sonal Staff II. C. Cleaveland. C. W".
Harris. John Herliert. William Payne.
W. II. Houghton, J. H. Ruddington.
The reception committee, of which
Mayor 1. J. Medill, will be chairman.
has not yet been completed. The
committal's will all go to work in
earnest to the end that the meeting
will be a success andhe visitors will
be entertained in a iK'liit'mg manner.
1 he heads of the eooix-rating com
mittees in Moline aud Davenport arc
Moline Recent ion. (Charles II.
Deere; finance. W. Butterworth: en-
tertainmeut. Frank Gould; invitation.
W. C. Bennett; halls and decorations.
M. Y. Cadv; music, K. B. Kc.it or:
toasts, K. B. Kimx.
Davenport Reception. Mavor
George 1. Baker: finance. W. D. IV
tersen; entertainment, George W
Metzgar; invitation. S. F Smith: pro
gram, 1 01. 11. j-.gbort; halls and deco.
rations. F'. W. Smith; music, Col. J
R. Nutting; toasts, J. R. Ivne; print
ing, Walter ChamlH-rs.
A Rig Senkatlnn.
The celebration at the Watch Tower
this year will cover two day. July
and Sunday, July 'i. and will in
lndc a big bill of free entertainment.
all day and evening, both dav
Something new and novel every half
hour. Among the startling out door
free performances will be an athletic
exhibition 011 the flying trapeze, fancy
rule snooting at glass iialls; wonder
ful nerfortnance on a high wire, baton
juggling. Spanish ring act, line dis
play of Japanese day tire works, and
great display of night lire works in
the evening. Runs of all kinds for
prizes. Free dancing all dav iu the
big dancing hall. Band concerts and
patriotic music. The free exhibitions
will lie given ImiIIi Sunday, July
and Monday, July 4, and a continu
ous vaudeville performance will go
on 111 the theatre, consisting of eight
first class specialties with vitascope
pictures ot war scenes, etc.
Fno's Oriental show has leeu secured
and will give exhibitions at the
grounds lxith days and a street
i.irade on the morning of the Fourth
of J u ly.
All of these attractions constitute
the biggest 2-daV entertainment
ever offered to the jniblic free, and
the Watch lower will lie the place
tor the celebration of the nation s hoi
iday and everybody will lie there.
Consumption Positively Cured.
R. B. Greeve, merchant, of Chil
howie. Ya.. certifies that lie had con
sumption, was given up to die. sough
an medical treatment that money
could procure, tried all cough leme
lies he could hear of, but got 110 re
iicKspcni many nigiiis silting up in
a chair; was induced to try Dr. King"
New Discovery, and was cured by use
of two ljottles. For past three years
has riocn attending to business an
says Dr. King's New Discovery is the
grandest remedy ever made, as it has
done so much for him and also for
others in his community. Dr. King'i
New Discovery is guaranteed for
coughs, colds and consumption.
don't fail. Trial Iwttles free at Hartz
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is stain ground in varnish. It stains
the wood and varnishes it in one op
eration. It is made in the followincr
eolrs: lra.-Jai."alblEJv: It is prepared
. roady for felus brnsh and vrv easv
to pnt a. recommend it fc
lumitnre, and bnc-a-brac and
any of the woodwork about the
house; also for floers.
It ran be ned ever pnlated surface. If a suitable
around color Is pnt en first. Saaapto cards and book
let sent iree te any address.
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ly Sunieon-ln-Chlcf of St.
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Hundreds of Cases of Chronic Diseases Tronounced Incur
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KERVOUS DEBILITY. Exhaustive Drains. Sleeplessness. Threatened In
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CATARRH, Dyspepsia. Asthma. Rheumatism. Scrofula. Syphilis. Blood.
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VAUICCX'ELE is thn most active cause of Nervous iKdiilitv. Why treat
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DON'T BE DISAPPOINTED.
Gentry s Famous Dog and Pony Show
12th St. and 5th Ave.
and Saturday, July 1st and 2nd.
IVhen Ton Take Tear Vacation
the most necessary article to have
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a liottle of Foley's Colic Cure. It is
an absolute prevention or cure of all
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The World's Largest, Grandest and Best . Exhibit
of Animal Intelligence.
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