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fUliing to the taste, and acts
,et promptly on theKidneys,
rindliowtls, cleanses the sys
- -.ft-i-tii:illv, dippels colds, head
end vrs and cures habitual
'"p'lt'on. ivrup of Figs is the
Vv'n'iaeav of its tind everpro-
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j.'.'V all lending druggists.
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CMlFOHHIli FIG SYRUP CO.,
SAN FH ANCISOO, CAIi.
10CISVILLE. KY. NEW YORK. N. Y
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T. B. ftltlUY.
Real Estate and Insurance.
I'lfnl l in V FOR SALE.
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N" 'h avenue ,
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Best Line of
:S AKD FURNITURE
S i:ie luru'. oi ana hi st line of
'N' TIIIC TflHEE C.T1E1-.
G. 0. BTJCKSTA'EDT-
1809 and 1R11 Snonnrl A-tro.
1 the table.
just received a supply
' Kfusoii's Bhapes and
! in berry Bets, four piece
"1;'-J supir, creamer and
sumwj bowls and other table
Us V-'Jiiv. whirl lnnlnrl monir
7 " ViA UVUUV U1UUJ
s iuth pretty and cheap
Ulass is particularly Drettv
on tlie table in serine and sum-
and hpu it?
V A L. ,
d. M. LOOBLKT.
J 9 S-.-C-.ml .I'
'-' i:eof I.yd-a A. Mhimw. IWmwI.
tie Conntv frtlrrt TJ.L I . . 1 1
; C:1.v f l(
ofllce .f tin. M...b :a
f . icinuu. at me Jn v prm
k island, at the July term, on the
ti- . . "ujy ni-xi. mi wnirlt limn A nor.
- -'tul.fl.v i, 1 . 7 1 . V . .
i: ' . "'-ciairns aeainst sHid mimh r nmifta
tl". J,?1a 10 -"end, for the purpose of having
t. i . rv.i.us lliil,.ht.H 1. ..M .
"Steii immediate payment to tbc nnder-
Wi ,lli8 lh day of May, A. D. 1899.
J. R. JOHNSTON,
'Tat. r" ' ,' ","'u having been anpointed a-.min-
,.!..,.' ' of Lydia A. Mapes,
no . ,0'r, of ""CI- Island, state of Illi
: :.-; .. , .'"-'feby gives notice that he will
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This Year's Memorial V.xwUe
M rning and Afternoon.
The tlan.il Observances in theCHy.but
moline Will Have Sole Charge of
Those on the Island.
The pngramme for Memorial day exer
cises in Eock Island one from wek today
la now in course of preparation. Gen.
W. A. Scamittis to be marshal of the day
while Mej. H. C. Connelly is to be mas
ter of cei monies. The customary morn
ing observances will occur, the procession
forming on Spencer square and proceed-.
ing down Second avenue to Court house
square, where the services about the sol
diers' monument will be in accordance
with the G. A. R. ritual. Prof. Bartholo
mew of Augustana college delivering
The c jstomary tri-city observances at
the nationul cemetery on the island will
be dispt need with this year. Buford post
devoting the afternoon to the decoration
of the raves in the cemeteries at home.
Graham post, of Moline will attend to the
solemn Jutieson the island.
ON THE ISLAND.
In th': afternoon the O. A. R.. of Mo
line and people of the three cities will
proceed to the National cemetery on the
island. On their arrival the line will be
formed by M. R. Metzs;ar. marshal, and
aides, find will proceed to the National
cemeteiy on the island where the services
will be conduc ed by Graham post, of
Moline. The exercises will be as follows:
Cnllitij asienih!agc to order by president or the
day, W. B. Slevons.
Keadli it of general orders by W. C. Bennett,
adjutant pro tern.
Mub'c ty Llylit Gnard band.
Prayer-Kev J. M. Slcliniglit.
Mimic by rhulr.
Addrem Post Commander W. E. Stevens.
Oration Kev. S. L. Gutbric.
Sour Gle club.
Dlrire Band, Midlers forming in cemetery and
cbildren taking positions at the graves.
hitual service conducted by the commander
and officers of Graham post.
Song "Ameiica," by the audience, led by
Benediction Rev. A. M. Stocking.
All organizations taking part in the
pi-rude in the afternoon will report at 1:30
sharp, to M. R. Meizgar, marshal, who
will hove charge. The formation will be
on Seeute-nih street, Moline, couth of
Second avenue where the divisions from
each c:ty will be massed.
The eolumns in fours will start from
the pi ice of formation promptly at 2:30
p. m., eoiop; west to Fifteenth street,
The memorial committee has appointed
the following officers anl committees:
Mars ial of the Pay M. R. Metz'ar.
Musi .1. II. Sale. W. A. Golden
Tran -portation tjitartermister W. H. Carpen
Finu ice Amos AHlmiis, M. it. Mctzsrar, E. K.
Wlieeh 'fk. L. B. Mapes.
Firll s Platoon t Hi. I lendeuin, Cant. Keesler.
Oonf Tencc with W. K. C E. h. Knox, S. S.
10 t re-are Lii'coraiions 1. i, v neeiocK.d. .
IK-wro-c. G. M. Stoddard, II. K. Manes, Eli Cor-
bin, G orge I- Huntini; on, J. E. Pierce, E. 1.
Ku i Ii lU, W". II. Carpenter, U. A. Holt, Andrew
Iieci rutin Monument and Graves Post Com
tnancU r W. 'E. Stevens, D. l. Keid, W. C. Bennett,
3. 11. ale. M. R. .Vetzirar, J. E Pierre, J. W.
Iiewrc se. E. P. Knox. Sam Bennett. W. II, Car
penter. L. B. Mapes. J. A. Getmtny. E. L Currier,
L. E. Fish, oftlcers of the post; Amns Aitimus.
chairD.an nionuuient cummitti f; 1). A. Holt
chairman committee on cecoratinfc graves, and ;hc
follow ini; detail of members: M. A. Gould, C.
O. Lawrence. G. M. Stoddard, William Puson-herre-,
William Yotins, John ('. Moore. Olof I.inn.
I.. H.":lemenwav, John Gamble. John M. Holt,
Mut tin Scliillineer, Peler E. Lind. .'.. V Hemen
wav. , . N. F'lmstedt. Alex Bumherf:. J. G. Beatty,
.1. M. Bowen, J. N. Fus;ate. Wesley Giles, J. L.
Ilr.ey. W. P. Johnson. Daniel Knowlion, E. B.
MckV-ver, Genrre Marshall, Charles Peal, John
ears, TLonins Kohinson. .7. I.. Jones, Peter
Teag. r, Peter Ityerson, Sam McCorrison, Milton
eloti. Ben Carpenter. B. It. !beeley, George B.
Witth k, J. K Zeigler. I). Ii. Zuigler.
Ntreet Hallway Noten.
Tr-'sident Louderback, of the tri-city
systtm, arrived from Chicago this morn
ing. Tl c improvements at the tower are
proceeding nicely. The relaying of the
tracl; is also progressing rapidly.
Tl e conductors have all been provided
with a new design of fare register, which
whih; being more accurate, is also quite
Assistant Supt. FJuctoon had all his
inotormen and conductors photographed
with their new uniforms and a button
hole bouquet each yesterd'iy morning It
is qt.ite an interesting group.
The Elm street cars are not as plainly
lettered as they should be. Tne side
sigr.3 and the complete set of end signs
would prove a great accommodation to
the public residing down on Second ave
nue. Supt, Schnitgercame over this morning
to look over the ground in the vicinity of
the ball park with a view to putting in
add tional track facilities. The track will
probably be doubled from Thirty eighth
around to Forty-second street.
Charles Knoerschild was fined $10 and
cos: s for being drunk and disorderly.
Ferdinand Gross, proprietor of the
Moiiquito, had his residence at 1003
Third avenue, entered by burglars Friday
nig at, who effected an entrance through
a window, and came to his bedroom,
where they secured about $146 in money
out of a bureau drawer, and a gold watch
out of Mr. Gross' vest pocket. The lat
ter was a present to Mr. Gross and he
prized it very highly. No clew has been
found to the burglars.
Abiut your feet hurting you, when
Chryso Corn Care will cure corns, bun
ions, etc. Every bottle warranted at
Qartz & Bahnsen's.
Cubeb Cough Cure One minute.
For Bale by all druggists. Hartz
Baansen, wholesale druggists.
SLOW PAVING PROGRESS.
The Bail rather has Oelayeil Opera
tions Very materially noilne Ave
nue. The continued rains and consequent
bad roada had a distressing efieet on pav
ing operations in Rock Island. Edwards
& Walsh were obliged to break off at
Thirty-eighth street and withdraw their
forces, leaving the street east of that
point in a most abominable condition,
and for several nights the contractors at
tempted to close the main avenue by
building fences, but the city ordered the
obstruction removed in the mornings,
and Saturday was obliged to make some
effort to put the etreet in a passable con
dition. Mr. Edwards stated Saturday
night that work would be resumed the
middle of this week, should it not rain
again.and the pavement be put in as rap
idly as possible. The firm he said would
keep its promise to finish the job to the
Moline line at once.
On Third avenue the Rockford Con
struction company is meeting with hard
J ick from the same caase the weather.
Although considerable curbing has been
put in east of Ninth etreet. not a brick
has been laid yet. With weather con
ditions favorable the company hopes to
put on sufficient forces this week to put
the work through with a rush. It is to
be hoped this will be accomplished 88
Third avenue is a disgrace to the city at
The Ways a Rurk Inland Knoe Firm
Trice lo Urcrive the People.
I wish to call the attention of the pubs
lie to the pair of shoes exhibited in the
west show window of my Cash Shoe store
which were bought at the special sale be
tween 9 and 10 a. m. Saturday, May 21.
1892, of the great special sale concern, (I
give date because the shoes are so old
that it might lead people to believe other
You will notice they are a pair of Lud
low shoes, but the cartoon they were in is
labelled '.Made expressly for M. & K. by
Wright & Peters." (This is done to make
customers believe they are new and lust
received, because Mr. Ludlow refused to
sell any moreof bis goods to this concern
over two years ago).;
The lady that boueht these shoes asked
to see some of their $6 and So. 50 shoes,
but wis told that they did not have the
size and kind she wanted and that this
kind had always sold for $6 before they
marked them to fa.
Is this honest business? The size she
oiled for is regular and if they have not
got them, they do not carry a complete
stock. If they have, they lied to the
I also show some of my every day sale
$3.50 and $4 shoes, which I invite the
ladies of the tri-cities to compare with
the kind the above firm claims to have
sold for $6 and judge for themselves
which is the best, a three to four-year-
old shoe or the latest style and make for
Remember, ladies, our shoes can be
bought any day but Sundays at the lowest
possible prices at either store.
Everybody is invited to come to my
store, 1.12 Second avenue, and pass judg
ment on the shoes referred to. Respect
fully, Gkorgk SCHNEIDER.
The WrandKvent o be iven at the
Auditorium Xext Tnenaay Eveolne
On the evening of Tuesday next, the
commencement day at Augustana college
will occur at the Auditorium in Moline. a
great musical festival, the instrumental
part to be given by the great orchestra of
4t) pieces, and the vocal part by solo vo'
calists, the Augustana Conservatory
choir et al.Dr. Gustaf Stolpe, conductor.
To this the admission fee will be 50 cents
and the tickets are now on sale at Beng
ston's drug store, where also is the re
served seat olat. There is no extra
charge for reserved seats.
Commencement March Stople
Gavrtte . ori
lleiilswoman's Mornin" Prayer in the Forett
Swpdih Bridal Procession (BrtidstMSBuc )
Motives from Eugenie Oneguine, Ilussian
Music T Tschaikowky
Swedish F'olksone, fantasie Stolpe
Soloists: Miss Amy Iluey, soprano; C. M
Carlstedt, t-iiior; Prof. Iluao Braeunlich. bass
Pianist. Miss Aima Nathalie Larson. The Con
servatory Choir. TheUrchestra. Conductor. Dr.
THE DAUGHTER OF JAIRUB
A sacred cantata composed by John Stivncr.
a. Choral recitation.
S. Recitative (soprano), base, soprano chorne.
4. Aria Tenor.
K. Recitative SoDranot
o. "The Waiting," solo for oboe Chorus of
7 Re.r.itatlve Sonrano.
" 8. Chores of Uubelicvero Tenors and basses.
9 Kccitative and soprano (soprano) Chorus
10 Duct soprano ana tenor.
11. Trio and choins.
SOO OO BEWAKU.
We hereby offer a reward of $506 00 if
it can be proven that the shoes we have
placed on sale at $4 a pair did not or
doeB not include every pair of the finest
quality of Indies' shoes in our entire stock
ranging in price and value from $5.00 to
$6.50. M. &K.
"Isn't she beautiful!" occasionally one
hears this expression, as a ldy with a
strikingly loyely complexion passes along
the street. Certainly! ene uses tne la
mous Blush of Roses, manufactured by
Miss Flora A. Jones, South Bend. Ind
Supplied by T. H. Thomas. Price 75
cents per bottle.
A splendid assortment of fruit trees,
grape vines, small, fruits and beautiful
evergreens for laws or cemetery. Mail
orders promptly attended to. Nursery
Port Byron. 111.
MONDAY, MAY 23, 1892
Prevention Better Than Cure.
Many persons are afflicted with skin
eruptions, boils or ulcers. Brandreth'a
Fills taken freely will in a short time ef
fect a complete cure of all auch troubled.
Ulcers of long standing have been cured
oy mem. Carbuncles have been checked
n their incipiencv bv them. The woiat
fever sores, bed sores, and the like have
been driven from the skin by them.
Only hegin in time and a few of Brand
reth's Pills will prevent many a sickness.
uranareth s Fills are purely vegetable,
absolutely harmless, and safe to take at
The Wonderful SnecMi
Of Hood's Ssrsiparilla as a blood purifier
entitles it to your confidence. No other
preparation has such a record of cures of
scrofula. Bait rheum, blood poisoning,
or other blood diseases. To try it is to
know its merit. Be sure to get Hood's
For a general fcmilv cathartic we con
fidently recommend Hood's Pills. They
should be in every home medicine chest.
'Bpeak this speech, as I tell vou. triD-
pingly on the tongue." Say that one of
the great benefactions of the ase is a
small bottle of Salvation Oil. the great-,
est care on earth for pain; only 25 cents.
A handsome complexion is one of the
greatest charms a woman can dorrrbb
Pozzoni's Complexion powder gives it.
OP THE CONDITION OF THE
PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK,
at Rock Island, in the state of Illinois, at the
close of business on May 17, ISM.
Loans and discounts.... $200,7(16.00
Overdrafts, eeenred and unsecured 159 25
U. S. Bonds to secure circulation So.etIO 00
Due from approved reserve asents ... 112 41 15
Due from other National banks li 4in fi-j
Due from state banks and bankers S43 (-0
Banking house, fnniitnrc, and fixtures 2,000 00
Current expenses and taxes paid 110 24
Checks and other cash items 1,248 87
uijis or o- ner oanks 1 3511 00
Fractional paper currency.niekels.cents 107 50
Species . is uo
Legal-tender notes '.. 00
Htdtinption fond with U. 8. treasurer
(a percent of circulatioa) 1,850 fO
ioiai J447,l'.y at
rapital stock paid in 100,ono 00
jurpius runa 60.000 01
Undivided profits 18,915 70
National banks notes outstanding 27,l0j Oo
IlluiililUAl uep4!BllB SUUjeCl
to check $181,574 67
Demand cert iflcat- s of dejM.sit 20,248 88
Time certificates of deposit. 43,40s (if.
Certified Checks 50 Oil 245.372 20
Due to other national banks 417 45
Due to state banks an 1 bankers 8(14 58
Total $147,129 93
OTATE OF ILLINOIS, I
Rock Island Conntv ( "8
1 C. Uellnenstell. cashier of the above nnmpji
bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement
is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
C HELLr ENS! ELL, Cashier.
Snh?onhed and sworn to before me this iti
ui may l:a. UKUKGK F. KOI H,
LSKALl Notary Pnblic.
Cokrect Attest: C. stkihel.
p. t. hobinson.
Fred 11 ass.
to select from. Why pay 40 rents
to 51.011 tor wnicn yon can
get lor 10 cents at
C. C. TAYLOR,
1717 Sccot d Avenue.
To call your attention to a few facts:
Your eyesight is priceless the 1 yes need gooi
care: imoroner soeciarles are ii iiirious. vo
should rot trust your eyesight to irresponsible
peddlers 01 cneap spectacles.
H D. FOLSOM
Is a Practical Optician, and wii! take pairs t
properly lit your eyes for eery defect of vision
aim win guarantee a peneci ni in every case.
V i-" Nm. fl!tlw.l ml at 1" Iw-,. thpr. 1, ittwtn of .via
If the lines in this diamond figure do not
appear equally black in all the different
meridians, it indicates a defect of eight
that causes nervous head-ache and should
be corrected at once. Eyes tested freo.
H. D. I0LS0M,
Jeweler and Optician.
Subscribe for Stock
In the Second series of the
Some Building and Loan Asso
ciation, of Kock Island.
A safer and better investment
than Government Bonds, be
cause the loans are made only
upon established values and it
pays more than three times as
much interest besides the
amount invested and the profits
can be withdrawn at any time,
Money loaned at lowest rates.
R. A. DONALDSON, Becretary.
Omoi, Rooma 8. 4. 5 and 6 Masonic Tern tie,
The largest stnoir f lna
curtain goods, draperies, yard goods.
owisses, scrims ana every variety of
curtains possible to be brought to this
market is now on erhihirinn in n.,,r- nan
department, 2nd floor. Continued rains
ana lateness oi season compels us to
make some unusual efforts to move this
Beginning on Monday morning we
shall name some unusnal values in anv.
line of our curtain Rtoolr. w nriiti
every inspection through these goods.
A very laree rmrehase of R
Rugs enables us to sell them at the fol
Smyrna Rugs, 22x41 at f 1,17
Smyrna Hugs, a'.xM at 147
Smyrna Rugs, SOxfllat 1.57
Smyrna Ruga, 86x" J at 8.67
Smyrna Rugs, fur bureaus,. 'B
Smyrna Rues, for doors. .W)
Small Mottled door rui$s, .15
Red bordered cocoa door mats 25
1720. 1722 and 1724 Second Avenue.
P. S. Just received o lot of irlniia silk
handles, price H7c. Also 100 Bttlford serge
nannies M.aa. boo mee choice new silk
The Reasons Why the
CENTRAL SHOE STORE
Is the place to buy your shoes:
VY e can show you the largest and most complete stock in
different styles and prices in the three cities,
A few of our leaders:
Children's Shoes, 25, 30 and B0 cents.
Child, en's Tip Shoes 95 cents.
Children's School Shos 75 cents.
Woman's Serge Buskins 40 cen!s.
Women's Oxfords at all prices.
We have thi best and most stylish $3 cloth top ladies'
shoe that can be produced. Also the largest line of men'a
$3 shoes. We aie headquarters for the celebrated mule
skin shoes. .Remember the place,
Harper House Block.
Needs a thorough cleansing out in the springand
Dr. Mann's Celeftratefl Blooi Purifier
Is the medicine to cleanse it.
One bottle will convince you that this is a great
blood purifier and tonic, and will place your system in
prime condition. Price 7Jc per bottle at
T. H. Thomas' Drug Store.
P. S. Thomas' Pills are go 3d spring medicine, too.
Adams Wall Paper Co.
STORES -Rock Island, Moline, Davenport, Reynolds.
MARBLES for this sale:
8 American agates for lc
10 chimes for lc
BALLS Rattlers 5c
Cht.uipiorj, a regular 15c ball.... 10c
Boy's dead ball 15c
SEEDS Girden Seeds 3 for 5c
Flower Seeds 4c
PENCIL BOX This is a new box
with combination lock, no keys to
get lost, only 10c
Rice Root Scrubs this week 8c.
1703 Second Ave.
1703 and 1705 Second s venue.
Closing out of spring garments. The
season is nee ring the close for the sale
of spring wraps of all kinds.
We are consequently growing uneasy
as we contemplate the large lot of late
arrivals in jackets, capes, and olazers
which have just been received.
Our enthusiasm may have carried ns
a little too far. Any how, last week we
were induced by offerings of special
values to buy another lot of 125 gar
ments in addition to our already large
stock which we then had on hand- Re
sultWe are now anxious to unload,
in fact we feel shakv, or panicky as we
realize how near the season is to it
Here is our decision:
Late arrivals of tan blazers at S2.50 and $3 64.
Late anivais Tan cloth Jackets l$3.5a. cannot
Tan cloth long Capes trimmed with ni! heads
Marabo, aad bra'ding at S5.00 and $6.00
The assortment may not be so good later in tba
uinlirell:w. tiairurnii frames, ovviliznl silver
silk umbrellas, paragon frames. goMrirtg
umbrellas at about iloe on the Dollar.
1818 Second Avenue.
J-C.ADAMS.' Pres. ;
) WL EYSTER, 3 !
Wall Pa nor
For all Kinds', ot
Our line of Easter Novelties is now
complete. L. Prang & Co., are keeping
up their reputation in choice booklets
Our assortment of Easter Celluloid
Novelties is similar to those we bad ia
Valentines, and only have to be eeen to
be appreciated. They are all finished
with the emblems suggestive of the day.
N. B. You arejinvited to call and see
Telephone No. 1218.