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rT?-. QUEEKI5D THE QUINCYS.
. tr,e method and results when
: ' n'f Fi"? taken; it is pleasant
J' whin" to the taste, ana acts
..vvet promptly 011 ren-'uueJsi
'.',-, tu!:lH dispels colds, head-
tW1" ' '1 ii-i
ord fevers ana cures naouuai
:Jvon. Svmp of Figs is the
y' cdv of its kind ever pro
" i j'li.'i.-ing to the taste and ac
;.1 V1 to the r-tomach, prompt in
""'Viii and truly beneficial in its
;J,;;'',"ri'.j,;irfJ only from the most
; ,'1. Ii a'TeeflUesubstanccs, its
"'" and have made it the most
of KiL's is for sale in 75c
hv till leading aruggisis.
:il,lc druggist who may not
v, it on liana win procure 11,
j,-.v for an one who wishes
,;vit.'M:.iiufaetured only by the
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.,
SAN FKANCISUU, liiL.
LflSVlLLE. KY. NEW YOKE, N.
T. B. lifclDY.
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The Twin Citys Gives the Ravens
Almost a Shut-Out.
Oar Born da Themselves Proud By
fatting l'p an Almost Error
lean liime-Harmon's Krcat
Pitching; Baae Ball Notes.
'TWAS A" PLEASANT AFFAIR.
Fifty CoapliH of Tonne People
from the three Cltlra pend a
Pleasant Evening at Arm
Toe Twin-City team greet? you today
after crossing the 400 line. Below is the
Won. Lost. Cent.
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10 13 .45
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CARPETS AND FURNITURE
Am! I c lRrjr, et anil bet lino of
'N THE THItEE C.T1KS.
G. 0. HUCKSTAEDT,
1809 and 1811 Second Ave.
Gass f,r the table.
1 i-avejnst received a supply
teasoa'a shapes aud
"n.s in herry sets, four piece
iv,l'::t-r, snar, creamer and
1 bowle and other table
a- war, w hich include many
ar'-i l-s both pretty aud cheap.
Ius3 is particularly pretty
u ;tie table in spring and sum-m-r-
Wouldn't you like to
call and see it?
Q. M. Looblit.
Ti" m il .t9 lTd.aA- MaP, Deceased.
i!'rator ,,r '" uU hav'ng been anpolated a Imin
'ufth,., "rto,e of l"1' A- Manes,
ie .u'ty of Kock Iel"1. Wte of fin
PWiir h..?. . '.i,erct,y Bve oUce toat be will
Cr'untv Ti h ? eonnij court of Kock Inland
""en; nf i eoff the clerk of (aid court. In
Mbnd S1' Dd-' the Jnly term, on th.
"-!' hav,tT , Ju,J' next. "which time all per
W i,.lnie aih"' said estate are notified
tt "metaji,"6'"1, for ,he ParP hing
H to'S.?,11. '""iebted to said ertate an reqoes
toed immediat payment to the nndar-
J. b Johnston.
hock Island Mollnr . !
Torre llanti a ao
The Tw.n-Citv team won its fifth suc
cessive victory at Quincy yesterday, and.
had a walk away with the boys in black.
Bartson w as in the box for the the locals
and from he appearance of the summary
he was jutting balls over the rubber
that the G;.mCily boys didn't get their
eye on at all. Ten strike ouls with one
base on balls and but. four safe hits isn't
a bad reord for Pitcher Bartson to come
home wir. Tiiu ri'St of the team gave
hiru nee mppoit, which is evidenced by
the fact that but one i-rror is charged to
bo8 am) tt)i3 together with a total of
nine stolen bases makes it look decidedly
favorable for hnolber gime for us today.
Baxenda'e will be put in ihe box here to
morrow i nd a good game will probably
re-ult. Browner pitches lodaj's gsme at
Qa:ncy. Two games will be played here
with Quincy on Monday, one at 10 a. m.
and the other 3 p. m. Additional seating
capacity has been provided and the
crowd can no doubt be better accommo
dated. The following is the summary:
Rock Isli nd-Molinc.B 0 1110 0 1 9
yuincy 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 I
Earned -nns-H"ck Island-Mol Iiip?,2; Base lii:
Kock Is!:ini!Mo'incp, 10: yuincy. 4. Krrors
Rock lla:iU-Molines. 1 ; Quincyn, t. Stolen base
Kock it- anili-.Molini's.H Bases on bulls Oil
Parv ti, 9: on B.irtsun, 1. Struck out By 1'arvin,
.'!; by Kartann. 10 r aueries Parviti and Fecney,
Burtcon iiudSue. Vmpire bnggs.
Otbcr I-I league cames resulted as fol
At Peoria Peoria 11, Tcrre Ilaute 6.
At Joliet Jolu t 2, Evansville 0.
A K.cktord Rockford 9, Jackson
AKOCKD THE BASES.
Hdw about the croakers who were
talking ibout Bartson's glass arm?
lidi tron's pitching yesterday was equal
to any in the league so far this season.
A tf legrarr. to one of the Chicago
papers from Joliet renews the assertion
that ib: Peoria club will be transferred to
.lerrj ritirrioeton is back at home in
KrokuU and will go liebind the bat in
a g.mi to be placed by Keokuk ami'
leurs next Monday. O, je Romans,
wiial u fall is this!
The Ycung Nine Stars defeated the
First A'aie!s this mornir.g by a fcore of
lRto,14 Johnson ind Glass was the:
b i.tery for the former, ar.d Knowlton
atd U )'.dfniith for lte latter.
A liiooiicg rn'ilch has been arranged
betwten llnrry Clifford, of Chicago, and
Tcora is Lnflin, of Milan, and one between
Mr. C iiTord and George C. Sommers, of
C .al Valley, to take place at Twia-City
b .11 ptkJune 11 . The first c.ortts: is
for JlOOa side, the latter $000 a side.
The talk of the transfer of the Peoria
club has been an impetus to Btirring
up buse ((.bail in Frteport, and the
Bulit-'in says: "An effort is being made
to oranizs: a club in Frteport to filj
the vicar.cy created by the Peoria club
drops ing out. Frank Harris and Eddie
Burknart are favorable to the schema
at.d i club niiy possibly be organized;
at least that is w hat the local ball cranks
say." Peoria folks however assert that
they are in to stay. There is no harm
in Fraeport being on the alert though.
Taen; may '.be other vacancies ia the
league before the season closes, es
pecially ehould Secretary McCaull at
tempt to run things with the high hand
he dil in the Peoria case.
Waen thejgreat and only Anson started
east on tne present trip he told hi3 colts
he wculd; treat thim to the felicity of
seeing the old king of pi'ebers. John
Clarkson, sitting on the bench at Boston.
Clar -son has not been playiuc lately, but
Thu sday he went in against Louisville,
one of thcbest hitting clubs of the league,
and its piajers got one solitary hit of!
h m in nine innings, and a scratch one at
that, the score standing 9 to 0. Anson
has not much charity for any player but
himself, and be is quick to jump at con
clusions that may indicate the downfall
of any of his old rivals. Pfeffer and
Burns were both let go this year as back
numbers, and both turned around at the
head of other aggregations and beat the
soel.s off their old captain. Did it ever
stri fe the old man that he might himself
be in his dotage?
Floral Beanty la the Park.
The work of arranging the floral em
blem of the different societies and or
gattzations in Spencer Square is pro
gress icg nicely. Already those of the
Heights Templar, Knights of Pythias.
Ba-rett Chapter A. F. and A. M A.
O U. W.. M. W. A, Q. A . and
Typographical Union are finished, and
the others will be arranged as soon as
poisible. There will be about 80 em
bit mt ia all and whencompleted it will
no doubt the handsomest display of
tin kind ia this Ticinlty.
An unusually p'easant dancing - party
occurred at Armory hUl last evening
that had been arranged by several
young men who were desirous of in
dulging in another social hop before
the advent of warm weather. About 50
couples from the three cities mingled in
the merry dince'and spent a most pleas
ant evening. The committee in charge
was composed of Messrs. J. E. ReHy.
T. J. Murray. J. C. Kinney, J. C. Dunn,
J. T. Shields. J. F. Kane. F. H. Kelly.
S J. Murphy, J. E. Grady, T. B Bre-
heny and T. F LaVelle. Bleuer's
orchestra furnished the music for the
occasion. The folio ine is a list tf
It u Not What W Bar.
But what Hood's Sarsaparilla does, that
makes it sell, and has given it such a firm
and lasting hold upon the confidence of
the people. The voluntary statements
of thousands of people prove beyond
question that this preparation possesses
wonderful medicinal power.
Hood's Pills cure constipation by re
storing the peristaltic action ef the ali
mentary canal. Thev are the best familv
Minneapolis aad Keinro.
From June 2 to June 6 the C, R. I. &
KV. Will sell ronnil lrir tiVbpta tn Min.
neapolis at rate of one fare for the rouad
p; good to return up to June 25.
F. H. Pixmmer. Ticket Agent.
Messrs mid Mesdiuncs
M in: i'ie Jones
M ninie Stephuneon
J C Dunn
P J I olliiran
Marvin Beards ty
Cha lea Watilig
Isaac Mi nk
H L Gildner
William McEnl y
Martin Ouke '
T J Munay
Mamie fth 4eider
Ed .1 Grmly
1 nomas Brehney
J E Reidy
S Pumeroy Grealish
C:lntl. s R W heelan
C J lleatli
James L Wright
Fred B Sharon
J J Ryan
John D illy
J T Shields
John C Kinney
.Votlee to Water Consumers.
The 8emi-annual water rent from
May 1 to November 1. 1S92. is due
and becomes delinquent after the first
day of June, H9i. Patrons are re
quested to mase payment to the un
dersigned and save cost.
Collector of Water Rents.
BTFORD In Rock Island on Friday evening,
Mhv T HlH-lUlnVWl- Ka.il n U. .Mh.
residence of hig mother, Mrs. Lucy A. Buford.
FOR SWKET CHAU1TYS SAKE.
I'rinre-a Inez b- Litcal Talent at
Harper's Theatre la.t I.yenlnir.
Al Harper's theatre last evening the
first production of Princess Iacz by a
company of home talent under the au
pices of the Lidies' Relief society was
given to a well tilled honss. It was ess
ccllently staged and the cast was exceed
ingly well filled, some of our best local
talent taking part, the result being that
a yery pleasing entertainment was eiven.
Princess Iotz was impersonatad by
Miss Ella Biakesley. Qaeen Fortuana by
Mrs. 8. W. Searle, Q leen Zirah by Mrs
William Ross, Winter Qjeen by Mis
Lucy Cojne, and Miss Anna B!x')y ap
peared as Q it-en of the Fairies. Abe
Rost'iifit ld as the Court Jester made a de
cided Lit by introducing some toxical
soncs. Ttm btorm King was
impersonated by Harry V.in DuZ'-T
Beppo and Gordo, two gypsies by Raioh
Havestick and Piul Clelaud, the Qieea'fi
Herald bj Fr.ink Collins, and the Pricce,
by Mr. I) My.
There were a number of pretty marches
and drills by a company of little girls and
a butterfly dance that was indeed charm
ing Among the specialties intrr duced
wt:s a catchy rendition of. "SiV Won't
Tou Ccme Out and Play ," by Mattie
A matinee performance was given this
afternoon, and tonieht it will be repeated
in all probability to a crowded house.
Mi mortal lay.
Monday will be Memorial day and the
patriotic, military, civic and other socie
ties of Rock Island will participate in the
customary solemn services at the county
soldiers' monument in court house square
in the morning in accordance with the
programme hitherto published in The
Alices. Moline will have entire charge
of the exer3i9es at the National cemetery
at the arsenal. In the afternoon a com
mittee from Buford post will decorate the
grayes of the dead soldiers in the cemei
teries near the city .
From the Rork Islander, May X7.
The nlit-timi- chop store of Carse & Co.
will pass into the hands of George
Schneider as soon as the inventory in
progress iB completed . Schneider seems
to be a hog in the shoe line, as this will
be the thud s'.ore be is running.
Do not worry Mr. Rock Islander, you
shall always be blessed with one
first-class store the M. & K. they will
never desert their friends and leave them
at the mercy of one dealer.
"Sneak this socech. as I tell you. trip
nlno-lv on the tonpue." Sav that one of
the great benefactions of the age is a
i mail bottle oi Baivation uii. tne greats
st care on earth for pain; only 25 cents.
Wave Mountain Higk
Or some wb at less threaten, during storm, to
cneulf the venturous voyacer on the tetrpestuons
Atlantic. Botnetimee be ia torn with deep despair
at such a juncture, sometimes be is rattier glad of
Ha i lie lacier cuiiuii iuu ui uiiuu uumiub .uco dv
is sea sick. The dtabol cal qualms which be has
undergone, and which are now aggravated 10 fold
Dy me pilCOing oi IDC suip, r uuer mui iu n meus
nre indifferent to bis fate. This p cture is scarce
ly exaggerated, as people who have been violently
seasick will assure voa. T-avelers aud tourists
by sea and land should always be provided wi h
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters as a meals of toun
teracting sea tickneaa and the nervous disturb
ance or stomtchic trouble begotten of unc m
f ortable transit by land or water, or unwholesome
food hastily swallowed at railway stations. z.ml
arauta should sdodIt themselves with Hostetter'
btomach Bitters as a family aafetrsard against
malaria, aiomaca, liver soa nowei Mmpiaints,
suaney uoanir ana roenmatu m.
to select from. Why pay 40 cents
to $1.00 for which you can
get for 10 cents at
C. C. TAYLOR,
1717 Sccoi d Avenue.
Tocall your attention to a few facts:
Your evesicht is priceless the eyes need cood
care; improper spectacles arc li jtinons, you
should lot trust your eyesight to irresponsible
peddlers of cheap spectacles.
H D. FOLSOM
! a Practical Optician, ai d will taVo pains to
properly fit your eyes for every defect of vision
ana win guaramee a pcneci ni in every case.
ittuct steuU to currMied :( (iaM. tsu ma;,tcT imi Um
n J mm?
If the lines in this diamond fifrnre do sot
appear equally biack ia ail tue cliuirent
nii'ridians, it indicates a defect cf sij-ht
that causes nervous hen J-.icl ar;l f l:c.:d
corrected at owe. I.-s tt'tted lie.
H. D. rOLSOM,
Jeweler and Optician.
Deliver to all Houses
PURE CHANNEL ICE
Out at WatertowD.
Eock Island CE:e. LCo'ins CS:e.
Telt phone 1218
12()fi Third Ave.
OTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed propo als will be received at the city
clerk's oflice. Rock Inland. 111., until Monday.
Jnne 20, at 5 p. to., for constructing the im
provements ordered by an ordinance of said city
passed October SO, IS'), and amendments thereto
passed September 9.1S91. and is entitled "an ordi
nance for the improvement of Twentieth street
from the south line of Ninth avenue to the north
line of Eighteenth avenue." Under above ord'
nat.ee bids are required for excavat:ng, giadiug
and paving with macadam, but bide are also
hereby invited for the improvement of said Twen
tieth street to be curled with curb stone and
paved with paving brick as desired by a majority
of the property owners abutting thereon
Plans and pe. location for said improvement on
file at the city clerk s office.
All bids must be accompanied with a certified
check in the sum of S&00.
The rig-tit to reject any or all bids or proposals
received is hereby reserved.
ROBERT KOEHLER, City Clerk.
Kock Isi-and, 111.. May 28, 1892.
United States Engineer Office, Room 90. 134
Van Bnren street, t bicago. Illinois, May S5th,
ISM Sealed proposals in triplicate for construct
ing three miles or lees of the Trunk of the Illinois
and Mississippi Canal near the mouth of Rock
River; for screening, sorting and delivanne sand
and pebbles, and f r excavatine the Lock pits and
constructinz the foundations (or three locks, will
tie received at this office un il IS noon. Central
time, Saturday, June 25th, 1892. snd then opened.
Bidders are invited to be present. Blank forms
of proposals and specifications will be furnished
on application. General plans of the works can
te seen, and ther information can be ha-latthe
office of Assls'.ant Engineer, L. L. Wheelor, at
Milan. Illinois. The attention of bidders Is In
vited to Acts of Conere approved rebruary 18,
1883, and February S3, 1887, vol. S3, (are 3 t, and
vol. 24, page 414, Statutes at lance. Preference
will be given to materials of domestic production
conditions of go-llty sad price (including duties)
beiac equal. The Uuitad Stales reserves the right
to reject any or all bid.
. ,. .. w MARSHALL
" Catala,CotBf SBgioeera. .
JAHNS & BERTLESEN,
Tinware And Hotjsic Furnishino Goodp.
1612 SECOND AVENUE.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL
The Reasons Why the
CENTRAL SHOE STORE
Is the place to buy your shoes:
"vN e can show you the largest and most complete stock in
different styles aud prices in the three cities,
A few of our leaders:
Children's Shoes, 25, 30 and 50 cents.
Childten's Tip Shoes 95 cents. '
Children's School Shors 75 cents.
Women's Serge Buskins 40 cents.
Women's Oxfords at all prices.
We hare ths befet and most stylish $3 doth top ladies'
shoe that can be produced. Also the largest line of mn's
$3 shoes. We sue headquarters for the celebrated mule
skin shoes. Remember the place,
Harper House Block. - is 18 S?cond Avenue.
SATURDAY, MAY 28th, we commence
our SODA WATER season, and we have de
cided to serve Soda FREE to the ladies on
that date that they may compare our Soda
Water with that dispensed by other firms in
the city. Eash lady presenting one of these
Coupons at our fountain next Saturday will be
served FREE with her choice of anv of our
T. H. Thomas, Drueist.
Adams Wall Paper Co.
i;;.ipJwpSsyeH sDis.$c;rt jiTic s.
For all Kinds' of
STORES -Rock Island, Moline, Davenport, Reynolds-
-Baam SWA lil
PATENTED MAY 20
The Ropes Never Slip. No Knots to Tie.
. Hammock size plate or screw, 15 cen'a. Clothes line sizes per ptir, 15 cents. -
GEORGE H. KINGSBURY, Sole Agent.
. 1708 and 1705 Second veaac': ' Telephone Ko If !, J ' ' r