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Both the method and i-esults rhen
Syrup of rigs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
redly yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and ceres habitual
constipation. Syrup of. Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the tiste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
bealthy and agreeable si.betances, its
macv excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy knoTrn.
byrup of Figs is for sale in 50c
and $1 bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist fho
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for ai:y one who
wishes to try it. I)o not accept any
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Shelf Oil Cloth.
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and n"k u: lowe:t pr'.ct-K.
Cm! tL-ai ce
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F:r; lioor tuxt c f Loudon clott
My assortment of chamber
sets is now complete, and the
range in price and in styles is
enough to satisfy any taste.
In table cutlery a'so I have
a fair variety, at prices inter
esting to any one who is buy
ing. The hard rubber hand'ed
knives, with four tine 1 forks to
match, are particularly good;
warranted to stand hot water.
Handles will not come off.
G. M. Loosley.
1609 Second Avenue.
in BCS CT
$200.03 and Upward
for gale, Pecared on lar.d worth from tare to 5v t
timef the amout-t of the leu.
Interest 7 per cent em;-annaaliy, collected an:
remitted free of charge.
E. W. HUBST,
Attoknet at Latv
Rooms 8 toi 4 Maeonle Temple.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
J. E, REIDY,
Aptnt for the Syndicate Inf. Co., of Uinneap
the Amazon Insnrance company of Cincin
nati : the Grand Rapids of Grand Ki.ptd, Alien.,
and the American CaneitT Insurance andBecur ey
company of Baltimore, Md.
A choice lot of city property for lale, all well
'"cated. Care and management of propertf so
licited. 1803 Second Avenuj, over
Hoppe's Tailor Ship.
A BOLD OUTRAGE.
A Lady Robld 0f Her Prse cn
A II Id l ,m, omnilt, d ,t
f Third v,nuw d TweIf
tre .l9:30Lat Evening
The Bobber Escape.
Mrs Guy RuBiToTperry. Io
rived here yesterday oa a vi.it to friende,
and last evening jn CCimpan7 WKh her
ter. Mis. Wa Diemer. came up ton
to do some eJnppin. wben returning
home at about 9:3.) o'clock, they noticed
while passing through Court house square
that tbey were behg followed by three
youagmen who kept just a little way
behind them until they started west on
Third avenue, when the young men
passed them and they thought no more
Of them until they reached the corner of
Twelfth street, where they noticed one
of the three standing in the shadow of a
tree, and the other two just across the
walk from him. When the ladies reached
the corner one of the men started as if to
run pass them, but instead he siezed Mrs.
Russell by the arm and wrenched her
pocket book from her hand. Both ladies
screaked for help and the third young
man said he would get a policeman, but
instead he j ined the other two and the
trio ran down Twelfth street.
The police were immediately notified
and reached tfce scene of the outrageously
bold robbery about 10 minutes afterward
and Eearch was made for the yourg high
waymen, but no trace of them could be
found. Two ucly, slovenly looking
tramps were arrested by the police shortly
after, but as the ladies did not identify
them they were discharged.
The poeketbook contained a telegram
to Mrs. Russell, a railroad p&s9 to Des
Moines, some calling cards and about $5
in money. She describes the fellow who
stole her purse as tall and this, smooth
faced and wearing dark clothes, and says
she would recognize him if she met him
again. He looked her squarely in the
face when he struggled with her to gain
possession of the poeketbook.
So far the police have not succeeded in
capturing the robbers.
An Klatograte Demonstration Derided
I pn by the Little Citj-.J
Elaborate and extensive preparations'
are in progress for the Fourlh of July
demoLstration in which Milan is to in
dulge this vear, and in which it extends
an invitation to all to pirticipate. There
is to be a novel and attractive street pa
rade headed by the Uuion band of Mo
line, and leading to Vandru2'8 island
where, after patriotic music, the oration
of the ay i9 to be delivered by Hon. J
H. Murphy, of Davenport. Then will
follow a series of popular amuse
ments, which are to include a tub race with
f 2 premium to the winner.a sack rice with
S3 premium, a wheelbarrow r;ce with i3
prize, climbing of the greased pole with a
?3 inducement at the top, catchicg a
greased pig, wire performance, a foot
rcs with $ 5 prize, ba?e ball contest t- r
S3, a baloon ascension at 4 o'clock and a
grand pyroteennic display in the eve
ning The good people of Milan are putting
forth every exertion to make the demon
stration a signal success, and the ap
prDaching event is the talk of the town.
It wiN be a genuine old time Fourth of
July goo luxe, with patriotism uncorked
and fun. and abundance of it, for every
body. Everybody goes to Milan on the
At 5 o'cIock yesterday afiernooa at the
residence of the bride's mother, Mrs.
Louisa Churchill, 1C11 Fourth avenue,
occurred the marriage f Miss Lulu I.
Churchill to Mr. George H. Hinkley, Rev.
C. E. Taylor, Ph. D., tfficiatiDg. Miss
Churchill is one of the accomplished and
popular young ladies of Rock Island,
havicg been born and has spent her life
in this city. For several yearg she has
been a successful teacher in the Rock
Island schools. Mr. Hinkley is alo a
resident cf Rock Island, well known to a
large circle of trends, and i9 a trusted
engineer on the C, R I. & P. R. R.
Among those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Jenkins, of Moline. Mr.
Jenkins was present at the marriage of
the bride's parents over 36 years ago.
The bride was arrayed in a lovely cream
Henrietta worn en train, trimmed with
silk lace and carried in her hand a
bouquet of cream colored tea roses. The
ceremony used was the Episcopal with
Mr, and Mrs. Hinkley will for the
present reside at the home of Mis.
Churchill, bnt in a few weeks expect to
make a journey to Colorado, after which
they will probably make their home in
Lota For Bala
In Hober & Peetz' addition to the city of
Rock Island, being the late Bailey Dav
enport's homestead, nicely and centrally
located, within five blocks of the post
office. Title perfect. Terms liberal.
For particulars apply to the undersigned
at the People's National bank or on the
premises. John Peetz.
For beauty, for comfort, for improve
ment of the complexion, use only Poz
zoni's Powder; there is nothing equal to
THE ABQUB, THUKSDAY. JUNE 25 1891.
A VERY SERIOUS INJURY.
or Kli la Kicked in the Fare by
a VirlnuM Horde i Tiudalis
Gsorge Klein, who is employed as fore
man at Tindall's livery stable on Third
avenue, met with a very painful, if not a
very serious accident at 7:30 last evening.
He hd been attending to the unharoess
ir.g of a horse in one tf the stalls in the
barn, and while talking to some one at
the other end of the birn. he stepped out
of the stall and just back of the horse,
when suddenly he received a vicious
kick in the face, wbicb rendered him un
conscious. He was picked up and
placed on a bed in the office, where he
was attended by Drs Eyster and
Carter, and his irjuries being
found very serious, Mr. Tindall
had him conveyed to the Rock Island
house where he could receive proper at
tention. The examination by the physi
cians showed that the man's right eye
had been displaced, being forced inwardly
and in a downward course in such a man
ner as to leave it resting partly on the
cheek bone. The bridge of the nose was
broken and forced aside until it al
most rested in the socket of the eye. The
frontal bone was also fractured whica
necessitated its removal by the physicians,
and the unfortunate sufferer had sus
tained some bad bruises about the shoul
der. Naturally he experienced consid
erable pain during the night, but th
morning was resting quietly and it is
hoped that his i juries will not result as
seriously as was at first supposed.
General sympathy is being expressed
all about town for Mr. Klein in his mis
fortune, for he was particularly obliging
and pleasant in disposition, and is well
liked'by all who knew him. His em
ployer, Mr. Tindall, speaks in highest
regard of him and his work.
W. P. A. vs. ft. 1. 4k. P.
There is war on the lapis just now be
twten the Western Passenger as-ociation
and the R I. &P. railway, and it is cot un
likely that it will result in the trial of
Genera Passenger Agent Stockbouse of
the road named for violation of the traffic
agreement of the association. The
trouble grows out of the fixing of the
rates to the recent turner bunds at St.
Paul and Indianapolis. The northwest
section of the North American turner bund,
it will be remembered, met at St. Paul
June 19, and the eastern section met at In
diinapo'.is the same date. The Davenport
and Rock Island turners belong to the
northwestern section and the Moline
turners to the eastern fection.
The Western pa'Siager assoc ition
grants d to the Rict IsUad and Daven
port turoers a r:c of une fare to S .Paul,
while it declined to give the Moline
t-ircers the same ra'e to Indianapolis.
The Central Traffi: association, em
bracing the lints fr-"m Burlington, Keo
kuk, Hnnibl, Peoria, Qjincy, etc ,
granted ine one fare round trip rate.
Toe R I. & P. be.ongiog to tbi Wes
tern MP-ociauon, however, re
giriied the action of the latter
association b an unjust and sross discrim
ination and gave formal notice in advance
that it would not be a party to it and
that it would meet the rate of the Central
Traffic association. Toe R. I. iP. car
ried out its determination, and conse
quently Cbaitman Fialey, of the Western
Passenger association, is after its general
passenger asent, Mr. Stockhouse, with
hot sticks. The latter claims that he
would have been discriminating against
the Moline turners in obeying tne action
of the Western Pissenger association,
and that having explained the facts to
the association in advance and given no
tice of his intention proposed to carry it
out. Ee regards his position as perfectly
justified by the circumstances.
An Ac imat d Combat.
C. K. Ladd, the Kewanee lawyer, jg
a democrat from wayback. Hoit Vai
of the same town, is an equally rabid
republican. The other day they got
into an argument over the campaign of
'84; and of oourse each got red headed.
Ldd accused Vail of stealing some flags
from his yard one nigbat. 'he close of
the 'S4 campaign. Vail denied the
soft impeachment, and retorted by call
ing Ladd a "reb," and a sympathizer'
with those who tore down the Amerioan
flag. At this they fell upon each other's
necks and fougiit bitterly, utterly dis
regarding Marquis of Qaeensberry rules.
Fail took a nice, juicy boiling piece out
Ladd's neck, while the lawyer's right
band caused a soft boiled eye to bang out
on Vail "s cheek. The combatants were
separated by onlookers be'ore further
injury was done to their aristocratic per
sons, and the police magistrate fined
them $2 00 each for the damage sustained
by the peace cf the village. This, we
presume, settles forever the campaign of
Excnnion Bates via C. X. ft St. F. B. B.
For the annual convention Young Peo
ple's Society of Christian Endeavor to be
hald at Minneapolis July 9 to 12, the C,
M. & St. P. railway will sell excursion
tickets at one fare for round trip. Tickets
on sale July 7 to 9; return tickets will be
good only on trains leaving Minneapolis
July 12 to 15 inclusive. For the benefit
of those wishing to return after July 15
arrangements will be made for the de
posit of tickets for safe keeping, until
such time as parties may wish to return,
but not later than Aug. 26.
E. D. W. Holmes, Agent.
A handsome complexion is one of the
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A CLERGY3IA.JTS DEDICATION.
One Man a-. 1u at With a Jlo4el
The Golden Aee: Anew addition to
the advanced theological literature tf the
day is shortly to appear from the pen of
the popular clergyman, Rev. Petroleum
V. Nasby, whose sweet aesthetic stram is
in one respect like the voice of the turtle:
it is everywhere "heard in the land."
Our clerical friend i to occupy his sum
mer pastorial vacation in pre
paring for the press a volume, en
titled, "The Morals of A.bou Ben
Adhem The same whose tribe increased.
This new book frm this prolific author
will deal profusely in the sweet charities
of life, as is evident from the author's
dedication, which is to consist in the fol
lowing tribute to his mother-in-law. It
is always something in man's favor to
like his mother-in-law, and it is the acme
of human praise if his mother-inlaw
likes him. The happy relation between
the Rev. P. V N. and his semi-demi-parent
seems to be mutual, ecstatic and
heavenly. Let the whole world listen
in eat ink; for
and likewise for
During Teething, Meaner, Mnmpe, Scarll
!ii a aad
Other diseaaei incident to childhood. Re
ceiving, therefore, only what ene ate,
merits net only praie, bnt adoration-
and whose leaving my
hunre-nmbrella and all
a!wa-. a at toe pro
cite time when th-re waa
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Acknow edgmeLt ;
Swearing, however, never to forgetj
Whi'e catnip bioom j. uothlng eymp ie cade,
riS.' SOK HOLDS 1T9 THROKE.
We offcr $100 reward for any case of
catarrh that cannot be cuted by taking
H-ll's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Chexet & C-., Props..
We, the undersigned, nave known F.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and bei
lieve him perfecly honorable in all busi
ness transactions, and financially able to
carry out any obligations made by their
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Walding, Kicnm & Marvin, Whole
sale Drugeisis, Toledo. O.
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acting directly upon ttie blood and mu
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The only corrplexion powder in the
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injury to the user and witaout doubt a
purifier, is Pozzoni'e.
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Said dytpepTic to the waiter, ordering for e!f
and friend. And teppoee he had had an appetite.
St would cave agonized ium, fubsequettly, to
ctatify it. O ! the abomintbie pangs ttat even a
liv.Ie meal c'jses;he conSrmed victim of indigee
Uon. Purgatory on earth no less. Altogether
unnecessary, though. Becia a: once, tvetemat-
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uijjrtunates with rtfra tor? stomachs. In say-
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of the bovte's, bcth very apt to accompany dys
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15 ai aria complaints, kidney trouble, rheumatism
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THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1891,
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Yo Set Mace, Let Ota Follow if they Can
KANN & HTJCKSTAEDT,
No. 1S11 and 1313 Second avenue,
Offer to the Pablic the most brilliant line of the season in
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Centre, Libsart and
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ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Parlor Tables, Etc.
2929 Piftta Arenue.