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THE, , ABGUB, FRIDAY; MAT 8. 1891.
7 .A -W A W "
method and results when
run cf Fi-rs is taken: it is pleasant
:d refreshing to the taste, and acts
iitlv vet promptly on the Ividneyi,
iver find Bowels, cleauses the sys
i,i oflocn:;tlly, dispels colds, head--w
and fevers and ei:res habitual
isiintiou. Syrup of Figs is the
,!v remedy of its kind ever pro
u'eii. pleasing t the taste and ac
rt:iMe t.) the stomach, prompt in
;HII"II ilUM 1 I u i p't m in iai iu ilo
!. Tirc?arel oulv from the most
:ikl:v and TigreeaUe substances, its
:;:iv excellent qualities commend it
:iil ainl have made it the most
ipuiar remedy known,
rvnip of Figs is for sale in 50c
il SI butties hv all leading drug-
kt?. -inv rename ttruggis-t who
IV not have it cm hand vill pro
. , i
ure it promptly tor anv one wno
ishes to trv it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
lOUISl'ILLE. KY. HEW YORK, H.Y.
Shelf Oil Cloth.
Ti:im mid Picttirf
tTirlurr Cord. Twine
ml no'tf t lowest prirPH.
CM! :md set
C. C. TAYLOR.
First door east of Lon Jon cloth
.ni! Co .
The Japanese excel in soft
decorations on egg shell porce
lain. I have a new covered
broth bow f and saucer that
shows thisC It wonld be hard
to find anything daintier for a
In glassware the American
factories are improving every
year. ,A new glass banqnet
lamp, silk shade (small size
takes two or three at least lor
a table) are quite attractive.
Plenty of flower pots, plain
G. M Loosley.
CHINA AI BLASP,
lbfl Second Avenne.
Hit A CIA L.
ik seas c
$200.03 and Upward
for sale, secured on land worth from three to five
times the amount of the loan.
intercut 7 percent semi-annually, collected and
remitted free of charge.
E. W. HURST,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Roam" S and 4 llaronic Temple.
! KOCK ISLAND, ILL.
! roa SALS
room home oa Twentieth street, lot SSxlSO.
' room hooee oa Sixth avenue between Twenty
fonrtband Twfnt-trfth streets, lot 25x125.
f iiKim hou-e on Ninth avenue between Twenty-n-Tenth
and TwentT-eishtb streets, lot 40x150.
Two fine lots on Thirty-eighth street very cheap
14 room residence on Seventh avenue and nine
Double brick residence corner Seventeenth!
atteetand Seventh avenue.
4 room cottage lot fiOxJlO, Eighth avenue below
Also aent for the Syndicate Insurance Co., of
""'-, me Amazon oi uincinnaa ana n uruna
capias oi Qrand Kapids, Mich.
eu3 Second Avenue, over
Hoppe'e Tailor Shop. ;
THE MAY FESTIVAL.
Another Entertaining Programme
at the Rink.
The 9lnirsleatihe Bink-The Dras
Fly" and the ".March of
The entertainment given at the rink
yesterday afternoon was a charming mus
icale by Mrs. Emma Darrow and pupils,
It being well attended and much appre
ciation shown. ' In the evening a boun
teous supper which had been prepared by
the railroad ladies, was partaken of by a
large number, the tables being beautifully
decorated with choice flowers which bad
been solicited by W. 8. Fulmer, of the
Peoria general offices among his friends
in southern Illinois and Kentucky, and
which added greatly to the appearance.
In the evening another large crowd as
sembled, which is indicative of the inter
est that is being taken in its success, and
it is very probable that it wi!l continue to
draw crowded houses till the close. The
first thing on the programme was the re
production of "Dragon Fly Day" which
was fully as well presented as on the
previous occasion and again received
hearty applause which wss well mer
ited. After this was concluded the
"March BDd Songs of the Harves
ters" wss presented, the scene repre
senting 24 lads and lassies in appros
pnate costumes with silver sickles, and
who were exceedingly well drilled exe
cuting a number of very difficult move
ments in military tactics with great pre
cision, mere was also a special drill by
Miss Maud Campbell and Clint Cash
which won hearty applause, and the sing-
ng of "Who Are the Reapers," by the
marchers, was one of the most pleasing
features. Those who formed the company
of 24 were as follows:
Be Htie Head
ellie 0 ne
Today is flag day and each visitor was
presented with a souveair flag, and in the
vening some of the finest sUluary in the
city will be exhibited under a strong
calcium liL'Ut, after which Capt. Cleave-
and will present the Rostnfield flag to
A Well Kiowa Skipper Ora l.
Capt. William Boland died at Mercy
hospital this morniag. His ailment was
Bright s disease of the kidneys. Ills
death had been expected for some weeks
and his wife has been by his side. The
remains were removed to the residence of
his brother, Capt. Thomas Boland, on
Bluff street between Third and Fourth
The funeral will be held tomorrow morn-
ng to the Cathedral and Key West. Capt.
Boland was for many years past comman
der of packets running in the St. Louis
trade. Dubuque Telegratb. 7th.
Capt. Boland was one of the best
known skippers on the upper Mississippi,
and his robust form and jolly counte
nance will be missed at all towns' along
the river. II? was a brother-in-law to
Capt. John Killeen, superintendent of
the Diamond Jo. line and Lad captained
the Josie, Josephine, Mary Morton and
Sidney, b3ing on the latter boat the past
talt Atrainst a irinelpal.
George Spaid, of Coe, through his at
torney, J. T. Kenworthy, hasnled in the
circuit court a precipe for summons for a
$5,000 damage Buit against W. J. Davis
principal of the Port Byron public schools.
Sometime ago Mr. Spaid who resides in
Coe, made arrangements with tbe school
directors in Port Byron for his 17-year
old daughter. Miss Ura, to attend school
there and it is alleged that on April 10
laBt, Prof. Davis severely and anneces-
sarily punished Miss Spaid to such an
extent that she is in danger of loeing her
hearing. The principal was first arrested
for assault and battery and was dis
charged by Justice McCall, of Coe. since
which time the above suit has been en
The Pittsburg will be up Sunday.
The Verne Swain came down, and the
Pilot went north.
The Btage of tbe water at noon was
9:C5; the temperature on the bridge 71.
The Sidney came into port this morn
ing bound up stream, Capt. Bohfght be
ing in charge. The Sidney had her colors
at half mast as a mark of respect to her
lately deceased master, Capt. William
The Hartr's Omisilsn.
During last Monday night's council
proceedings when it was seen that the
mayor had omitted the appointment of
the health commissioner, a citizen step
ped up to his desk and reminded his hon
or of tbe supposed oversight, and was
surprised to receive the reply in a whia'
per: "We have concluded to let that go
for the present." The citizen did not
press the question.
Officer Glass arrested Ben Schneider
this morning for intoxication.
Louis Schoemaker and Charles Head-
strum were each fined f 3 and costs this
morning for intoxication. .
THE SIU KNIGHTS' SERVICE.
lmpoMsc Hemtiial Mervlrea at tbe
Daveaport Cemrtrrlea Yeaterday
AnernooB At Trinity Lait Sight.
The Davenport Democrat of this morn
ing thus describes tbe first Ascension day
memorial ob"ervances of the tri city
Knight Templars at Oakdalo cemetery
Arriving at the cemetery, the knights,
by invitation of tbe superintendent, left
their horses at tbe Orphans' home stables,
near by, and forming in line marched to
the-erave of deceased Sir Knight Hon.
James T, Lane. Here the services were
opened, in the presence of quite a large
company of the friends and relatives of
the dead. In a few well chosen words
Eminent Commander Dr. A. W. Cant
well stated the object for which the sir
knights present had gathered that of
laying their tribute of affection and es
teem upon tbe graves of their brethren
who had passed to tbe asylum aboye.
The sad rites were now performed for
the first time, but hereafter it was hoped
that they would be made a feature of
each succeeding year.
Following the address there was prayer
by Rev. M. A Johnson, past grand pre
late of the state of Ion a. Then Prelate
Rev. J. S. Mclntire delivered a charac
teristic address, full of beautiful thoughts
and inspiring truths: after which Rev. R.
F. Sweet, prelate of Everts commandery,
Rock Island, ltd in prayer and pro
nounced a benediction.
The uroup of mourning knights then
moved from one to another of the vari
ous graves of their departed comrades
and as they gathered above each grave
Sir Knight B. F. Carmichael announced
the date upon which the deceased brother
was knighted and the date of his death.
The grave was then strewn with flowers
by Sir Knights J. W. Stewart and J. B.
The services of the day were solemn
and impressive throughout, well be
fitting the occasion and the place.
At Trititv church last evening services
were conducted by Rev. R. F. Sweet,
especially for the Knights Templar. The
sermon was preached by Rev. Jaudon, of
the diocese of Iowa.
IOI XTY Bl ILllIXU
5 J S Gams to W M Hunter, south 1
acres or nwt. za, 10, ow,
I NeagertoGus Knopp, lots 4 and 5,
block , town 01 uoal valley, S.'SU.
Karl J fetenstrom to J S Ciegs, lot 11,
block 1, town ot Uoal Valiey, 40.
Oscar Walberg to J Is Clegg, lots 3 and
4, block 1, town of Coal Valley, ?260.
R A Smith to Etta T Smitb. lot 1. block
7, Molice Heights, Moline, S350.
J S Keator to S J Keator. lot 4, and wl
of lot 3, b'.cck 2, Briggs' Tlace, Rock Isi
James Lirkio to v ictor Beck, e30 feet
of lot 5, block 2, Bracket's addition to
Rock Is and, 61,200.
EHGuyer. AHGuyer and A G Kim
ball to Mary Bunchrr, lot 2, Work 1, Guy-
er s third addition to Kock Island. 200.
EHGuyer to AH Guyer and A G
Kimball, lots 3 and 4, block 1, Gujer's
addition to ltotk l?ln.1, ?G10.
Rufus Walker to G W Walker, lot C.
block F. Edgewood Park, $500.
H HilbriDg by sheriff to George Fox.
nj n i, 36, 10, lw. and 22 acres, swj.
5, 16. lw, 3.345 24.
Gtorge Fox toE A Smith, r nwl. 25.
16. lw. and 21 acres aw, 25, 16, lw,
6 Peter Scherer to John Da ber, f i of
lot 9, block OS. Chicago addition to Rock
J E Poole to II S Fristoe, part of lots
2 and 3, block S3, ol 1 town of Moline,
Frrck Buncher to A J Story, part of
lot 57 and 58. 25, 18. 2a. SI. 200.
E Blnorrquist to V Scherschel. lot 7,
block 6. village of Rapids City, S12.
Rock Inland Capital Abroad.
The Chamberlain correspondent of the
Sioux Falls, Dakota, Press, writes his
Two capitalists from Rock Island, III.,
Messrs. Hurst and Gujer, have been here
for a week. They were visiting South
Dakota with a view to investing in 6ome
of our productive soil. The gentlemen
were very favorably impressed with that
portion of our mte which they visited.
saying they were here to examine the soil
and the general condition ot tbe country,
and they were satisfied that none better
could be found in the northwest. They
say the question of rainfall in nowise
alarmed them; that any ana an states
were visited with local drouths occasion
ally, and that as large a state as South
Dakota could not reasonably expect a full
crop every season, vvhite nere tney com
menced a deal for some acre property ad
joining the city, which will undoubtedly
be consummated within a few days.
State of Ohio, City of Toledo, (
Ltjcas Cocntt. S
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is
the senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business in the city
of Toledo, county and state aforesaid, and
that said firm will pay the sum of one
hundred dollars for each and every case
of catarrh that cannot be cured by the
use of Hall s Catarrh Cure.
Frauk J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this 6th day of December,
A. D.. 1886.
A. W. Gleasox,
seal .Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and acts directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Send
for testimonials, free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
A r leasts k Inn
Of health and strength renewed and of
ease and comfort follows the use of Sy
rup of Figs, as it acts in harmony with
nature to effectually cleanse the system
when costive or hilious. For sale in 50c
and $1 bottles by all leading druggists.
The sou glow or the tea rose is ac
quired by ladies who nse Pozzoni's Com
Base ball today, Friday and
day Davenport vs. Ottawa.
THE GRAND JURY'S GRIST.
Those Charged With Crime Before
the Present Term of Court.
The Report to i he Circuit Court This
Anrrgoin-W.ii. Coyne Again In-d-rted
The grand jury for the May term of the
circuit court returned into court this
afternoon, making a report to Judge A.
A- Smith of the true bills found returna
ble to the present term, as follows:
Edward Bassen. fa!s? pretenses and
forgery, on the Moline National bank.
Clinton Wadsworth and Henry Bartev,
burglary of a barn on the premises of
Horace Marshall and the larceny of an
overcoat and other clothing, the property
. T . . l : rr .
UI f UilUS ACDt.
George Kelly, burglary of W. J. Kerr's
livery stable of divers goods, the prop
erty of Fred Coss and William Munschin.
John Bradahaw and George Littig,
burgiary of John Roche's saloon building
of money and chattels.
W. L. Coyne, was also indicted for sub
ornation of perjury of the Fluegels, tbe
case growing out of the celebrated many
times-tried cases of Coyne and the Flue
The grind iiiryalso reported having
visited the county j ail ia a body and hav
ing found it in good sanitary condition,
neat and clean, and finding no complaints
from the prisoners in regard to tbe board
andtrea tmect, and recommending a sep
arate apartment be provided for
tbe confinement of boys, under the
age of 18 years. The grand jury also
finds that there is no provision for the
confinement of small boys separated and
from under the influence cf the older and
hardened class ot criminals, and suggests
such excluded compartment way be pro-.
vided for boys at small expense by utiliz
ing the old circuit clerk's office, and re
commending that the jail be put in safe
condition as asked for bv the sheriff.
Wm. Timmons. pos! mtster of I laville.
Ind., writes: Electric Bitters has done
UiOre fcr me than aH other medicines
combined, for that )ad feeling arising
from kidney and livtr trouble." John
Lesiie, tanner and stocaman, or same
says: "Find Electric Bitters to be tbe
best kidney and liver medicine: made me
feel like a new man." J. W. Gardner,
hardware merchant, same town, says
"i.lectr:c letters is j ist the thing for a
man wno is all ran down and don't care
whether he lives or t!u-s; he found new
strength, good appetite an 1 felt just like
he had a new lenae on life." Only 50c,
a bottle at llar'z & B-ihnsen's drug siore.
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FOR SALE BY DAVID DON.
- -Agent lor the
Columbia and Victor
the very best wheel made.
Call and ee
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IBM r- ;X
Tinware And Hotjsk
1612 SECOND AVENUE.
-IN THIS LITTLE MACHLNE-
are combined all the latest improvements for similar Machines,
building it upon the most improved mechanical principles
to insure sp9ed, comfort and durability. -. :
IX yon think of buying a machine it will pay yon to come and see ns.
THE FAIR, 1705 Second Avenue.
He Set Hie Pace, Let OtliersMlow if ley Can
KANN & EUCKSTAEDT,
No. 1811 sad 1813 Second avenue,
Offer to the Public the most brilliant line of the season in
Lounges and Couches.
Centre, Libkart and
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
li ish Cough Sryup
Acts quickly, is perfectly safe and never fails to cure all Lung troubles.
TRY IT. 10c, 25c and 50c Bottles.
Medicine known for all Kidney, Lang and Stomach troubles, is -
Thomas Kidney and Liver Pills.
So a Bottle Samples free.
THE LION PROCESS SHOE?
If not try a pair; they will give 'you more'satis
faction for your money than any shoe yon have
ever bought. . Only one sole and that of THE VERY
BEST. Outer and inner sole one solid piece of the
best sole leather.
No Ripping off of Soles.
No Squeaking, and no Breaking in.
Just as easy as a hand turned, and will wear twice
as long. Every pair stamped on the sole
FOB SALE BY .: a
Sole Agent for Reck Island. '. - . . .
Central Shoe Store, L Elm Street Store,
1818 Second Avenue. 2929 Fift&Ave&uift
ROCK ISLA1TO,!ELL. '
T H. THOMAS, ,
Druggist, Rock Island.