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: f j taken; it is pleasant
iJnrr to the taste, and acts
:';rd Howls, cleanses the sys
. vUnlly, dispels colds, head
:"ird ft'VtTS and cures habitual
v'-on vrup of Figs is the
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' V anil truly beneficial in its
reared ciily from the most
.1 ' iril aziveable substances, its
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' 'i!;J luive made it the most
(lf Yi'is is for sale in Toe
'-t.v all leading druggists.
IiaW drusrzist who may not
it' on haiid will procure it
i -'v fur any one who wishes
Manufactured only by the
1IF0RNIA FIG SYRUP CO.,
SAS FliANCISOO. CAL.
BVILLE. KY. SEWYOBS.M.Y
A Number of Minor Mishaps in
tire irOU May Fisher Almost
Run Down by an Electric
JMotor Car Other Accidents.
T. B. KKIDY.
! Estate ai'd Insurance.
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Mj Fisher, the 5 -year-old daughter of
Charles Hsber. and wife, narrowly es
caped being ran down y an electric car
in front of Evans' barber shop on Fourth
avenue and Twenty second street about
10 o'clock this morning. Blue line mo
tor No. 40, in charge of Hotorman Ma
eon and V Conductor Parker, was coming
down Fourth avenue. The little girl bad
been carrying shayings across the street
and stepped upon the track from behind
a red line car that had just passed up,
which prevented her from seeing the car
coming down. Motorman Mason saw
the child as she stepped upon the trick
from behind the other car and immedi
ately did his best to stop the motor. The
car struck her in the forehead, knocking
her down, but luckily she fell alongside
of of the track. On being picked up and
' carried to her home she was attended by
Dr. E. M Sala, who found upon exami
nation that she was not seriously injured.
her face being somewhat bruised and she
was also badly frightened
It was a very narrow escape and Bhould
be a warning to parents allowing their
children on the street
G-'orgt Glockhoff had what might have
proved a serious accident while driving
out hone along Elm street about 9:30
last nigh;. He was taking a mowing
machine home, ai.d had got into the
street car track in order to keep out of
tne mud. When just beyond Atkinson's
brick yatd he saw a fla-h of light from
behind, and had just time to turn his
team from the track and jump from his
seat whea a motor car struck the mas
chine smashing it to pieces. The car
had no head light on and the noise of the
machine kept Mr. Glockhoff from hear
ing its appronch.
Georg-Sicdner. 2119 Fourth avenue,
had the misfortune to be thrown from a
buecy wtiile driving along F.fth s'reet in
D.ivtnpc rt yesterday, and sustained quite
I st'rious iriury. lie was brought to his
i -. rourtli trel. i.m
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S. ,;h Turk. 1 500
T , :fih rt-ot 1.5' (I
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rtrvi i!i trret l.t'HI
l.sio' home in this city, where he was attended
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nastaine 1 a fracture of the collar bone be
I- f:.- n;h ctri-ft 3 uMi
V;: ( street .S
'- "iirrli uveliu- "i 4 0
. n.: hv. nwe v.rim sides being considerably bruised about
f.'iir-h "avrmie. i!'NjiM behead. The doctor attended to his
-v.VV, mr'Li:.: "I: Kwiijuries and he will prooably be laid up
-: t, :,v.ruo s.aiKij for tutiii time in constq ience of the ac
The Mud ef Veath.
Mrs. J. N. Huntoon died at her home
52C Twentyfiret street at 12 45 yester
day of heart failure. For the past five
months she has been suffering from a
dropsical affection but on yesterday
morning was to all appearances in no
immediate danger, in fact seemed im
proved. Just after dinner those about
her noticed a change and before they
realized the approach of death she had
ceased to breathe. So sudden did the
final summons come that her family
could not realize for some time that she
had passed away.
Mrs. Huntoon was a daughter of Jacob
Glenn of Henry county and had she lived
unt'.l November next would have been
43 years of age. She had been a res
ident of the city about 12 years and
leaves besides a husband, four children
as follows: John G., of this city.
Frank, of Davenport, Mrs. Emma Hun
toon, of Des Moines, and Winnie, who
resides at borne. Mrs. Huntoon was a
kind-hearted, affectionate woman,
alwas considerate of those about her, and
has many warm friends who will learn
with sorrow of her untimely demise.
Ths funeral will be held tomorrow at
1 p. m., Rev. F. W. Merrell officiating,
the interment being made in Glenn ceme
tery in nenry county, the funeral cortege
leaving Rock Island at 2:50 over the C,
B & Q.
Mrs. Joseph Ochs, of Davenport, died
at 2:30 this morning, leaving with her
erief-stricken husband, two sons. She
was about 36 years of age and had many
warm friends in Rock Island.
SIMON E. FOX.
Marston. Mav 31. Simon E. Fox
died May 25, aaed 65 years and 7 days
Mr. Fnx had suffered severely for some
months past, but he bore his sunrrinz
patiently. He was born in Stradhronk,
Suffolk county, England. In early life
his father and family emigrated o Amer
ica and settled in Lower Canada, where
Simon E spent some years and thence re
moved to Lowell. Mass , and from there
to Gardner and Bath in Maine, where he
learned the ship-carpenters' trade in
1849 He was married toMissaiary
0. Fuller, and in 1858 they removed to
Rock Island county, and purchased
and built up a fine home. He leaves a
wife and five children and many other
relatives that deeply mourn his departure.
Mr. Fox was a thorough business mm
and wilt be greatly missed in our com
The remains were buried from his late
residence, Rev. M. D. Murdock conduct
ing the services.
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4.1 1 II
Ne other Sarsaparilla has the merit by
whichJHood's SarsapariUa has won such
a firm bold upon the confidence of the
No other rombirt? he economy and
8trenz" wh'ih make "1C3 Doses Oce
DMla:" t.ue only of Hood's SarsapariUa.
( other posses rs the combination.
proportion, and process which mske
Hood e SarsapariUa peculiar to itself.
Hood's Pills cure sick headache.
Kotiee t Water Consumer.
The semi-annual water rent from
May 1 to November 1, 1892, is due
and becomes delinquent after the first
day or June, ltvi. Matrons are re
quested to mase payment to the un
dersigned and save cost.
Collector of Water Rents.
Waves Mountain Higa
Or somewtat lot- threaien, during a si-m to
engulf the ventu ons voyager on the teirp -' . or
Atlantic. Somclimee he it to.n wiih deep despair
at eucta a janriur-, rnmciircee he i? ratcer o.
it. The Intler cmdition or mini, obta ra w,'en lie
Urea sick.. 1 he diahol ca' quilmi wb'cb he has
nr.derpone, and wb'cb are now jgraat?d 10 fold
by tbepitb'osor the pbip, :trder b!m in a rDe.---nre
lnd:flFeer. to b's fato. Ths p ciare is -c..rre-ly
" if gerjied, a people wt o b ive betnio'ently
aasck will ?-ure vou. T avelers and toarisfs
b eea and land shon'd always be rrov'.dod wi h
hostetter'e S oma b Eilleia (8 a meats of conn
: Tactin sea eicl let s and the nivojs diatr -b-ftnee
or stnrairbic troobe bejo.t n or udc ji
for. able transit bv Und or wa ei, or nnwuolesome
food hesiily swalow-d rt railway stations. Emi
grants sbon id supply ibcmtL'lveg'wiih Hosletter's
Motnach Bitters as a family sfegnard a?ain-l
miliaria, itoruach, livrr and bowel complaitite,
kidney trouble and rbeumatism.
Monday a. m we nlaee on s.l nnr pr.rir nnr.
cl.ase of siik and lace itt Cur pnrchves were
made la-1 f a 1. ander certain favorahie circaro-
s anccs ana at a time when the lowest point of
price could be obtained. We now throw these
ba cains before you and aie willing to uke tli
verdict of the people. Here are c .. e of the
Black lac? m tts at 7 cent, a on know thnv ar
worth tbr e tiine.)
SO dozen buck silk roilt at II cent?, (they ought
t-i be worth it least three t:me )
SOdizen silk mU i it cents a piir, (non
worti less than 35 cents ) .
aozeo Duck s Ik mitt" att t! cents a pa r
(.jon can'l rcatch them f jr d nble.)
1C3 dozen ailk mi te (5 ttilesl at 16 cents a nalr
match any of t cm if you can.
851 dozen silk mitts different prices 80c. SSc,
5,-, 36c. 44, 41c. Hc and Sic, any one of which we
snow jou as strong, leidtng trade rrawets.
We also have several styi s w .ich we shall shew
at Me. Uic an l TSc wb'cb we should be lad to
have compared with any thlnj to be found wct
or east at the same pr ces w- ranie.
h ldren's mitts at 7 and 12c m rt np !o 35c a a;r
which we show as genuine b rtain-.
A handsome complexion is one of the
greatest charms a woman can possass
Pozzoni s Complexion powder gives it
Burtis Opera House,
CHAS. T. KINDT, Manager.
FRIDAY, JUNE 3d
Special Engagement of the
M Comic Opera Co.
In their Grand Production of
The Queen's Mate.
The largest Organization in America.
John J. Raffsrl Richard F. Carroll, Wm
Schuster, Henry Stanley, Melville Stew
art, Carl Hartsberc, Ed. i'lard. Miss
Helen Bertram. Miss Bettina Girard and
Miss Minnie DeRue.
Prices $.50. $1.25. S1.00. 75. 50 and25 cents
Seat sata Wednesday morning at Fluke's; tele
A mat! Hying at Moline named Richard
L me as drowned at about 8 o'clock
Sunday evening. Lane had gone out
onto thi river with a couple of compan
ions in n fck'.ff, hnd in some manner fell
overboard when the boat was between
Moline ind the Racks, near Gilberttown.
His body has not been recovered, and the
pwift ci rrent has probably borne it far
away fr mthe scene of the fatality.
Best Line cf
'.e lur-ist nnd best line of
THE THREE C.TIE?.
G. 0. HUCKSTAEDT.
09 and 1811 Sp.nnnrl Avs.
f'-r the table.
I i:ay- just received a fjupply
.show's Ehapes aBd
' ' "-i.! n-iry gets, four piece
:'J0"i;t'-ri sugar, creamer and
""i"!. bowls and otler table
as vai , which include many
''''"i 'i-'tli pretty and cheap.
Tl'liS IS TtnrtipnlorlTT nrottv
1 ttihlf in anrinrv onrl anm-
Q. M. LiOO 8 LEY.
- t-"' ' o' I.vd a A. Mans. TWo.i
r having been appointed a 'min-
... .. " tU- e tate of l.vrli. A M.w
iZn?? R,K,t l6laud- tat ot it-
b-r.,r,-tl rCby RiVce nolice tQSt hc wU1
-t;; ,V'i'c ''"!" be clerk of said court, in
tTM'on.iav in i. Bd'attbcJ?y 'era. on tb
- 5vm,i-, wuico time an per-
": " lUe-Kd ! ,?g',Ds.t ,aid ee,4te re notified
V11"" adjusted purpose or having
-"onui,. iinm ji . '"""'Km requea-
w payment to tae ondor-
- ma oay of May, A. D. 18SI,
J. E. JUUS3TON, "
Klack Hawk War Heunion.
A rt anion in commemoration of the
Black Hawk war is to bs held at Lena,
June 24 25.
Genc-al Jones, of Dubuque, age 88,
who htis been in congress two terms
and who was drummer boy in 1812 and
who was appointed surveyor of this
uorthwi 8. by Van Buren, will be pres
ent. Ex-Secretary of State Col. II.
Dtmcn', warden of the penitentiary,
who fojght at the battle of Kellogg's
grove in lam, win mase me ucuiuk
address. The secretary has forty-ei;ht
addresses and he countB on about 40 sur
vivors being present, and it is assured
that all will be well cared for.
A council fire will be held on the evcn
iog of June 24 and on June 25 there
will be arrangements made for all that
want t j go and see the monument at
Kellogg 's Grove. Tne people of Lena
are all interested in this reunion, and
will do all they can to make it a suc
cess ami will see that all are well cared
for. A large attendance is expected.
Richt.rd Logan was assessed $3 and
cents by Magistrate Wivill this morning
for adorning himself in a stage of intoxi
cation ommonly known as & "noisy jag '
Ora Dsll, a woman who blew into town
yesterday from parts unknown, was
picked up by Officers Carlson and Mul
queen last night in a hilarious condition,
and Megistrate Wivill fined her $10 and
costs fir her time this morning.
Chief Miller's report of arrests made
during the month of May is as follows:
Arreits Disorderly conduct, 8; drunk,
13; pei.ee warrants, 2; assault and bat
tery, 10; violating bridge ordinance, 1;
carrying deadly weapons, 2; vagrancy, 2;
abusive language, 4; common drunkard,
1; in mites house of ill-fame. 7; keeping
disorderly houses, 2; obtaining goods on
false p -e tenses, 1; burglary, 1; drunk and
disorderly, 4; adultery and fornication, 2;
keeDio j gaming house, 2.
Sta'.t: cases, 18; city, 44; total cases,
Tramps lodged, 15.
Fines and fees collected by Magistrate
H. C. Wivill, $149 86.
Wiaeaa Relief Corp Attention.
The members of John Buford Post
Wome i's Relief Corps No. 66 will meet
at Gra id Army nail at IS o clock tomor
row to attend the funeral of their late
sister, Mrs. J. N. Huntoon.
Mbs. 8. J. Hsukswat, Pres.
The school board had a special session
Saturday evening, PresidentC. C. Carter
and Directors C. Berndardi and W. B.
Ferguson being present. .
It was on motion voted to pay $1,200
to Sievets & Anderson for work on No. 6
building in accordance with Architect
The rtquest of Z'.on Lutheran church
for the use of a room for school purposes
during the summer vacation wus granted
It was ordered that hereafter the arcbi
tect's estimates on school buildings 6 and
be paid upon the approval of the chair
man of the committee, and the board
Joseph 11. Montgomery aDd Miss El
len Bowes will be married in the First M.
E. church tomorrow afternoon at 3:30
o'clock, Rev. F. W. Merrell officiating.
William L. Ward, of Orion, and Miss
Lizzie Holliday, of Richland Grove, were
united in marriage by Magistrate Wivill
The matrimonial bans have been an
nounced between Miss Mamie Rosenfie'.d
and John SlaUery, the event to be solem
nized at St. Joseph's church on Thursday
The stage of water at Rock Island
bridge at noon to-day was 11 60 and
the temperature 65.
The C. W. Cowles came down with
16 strings of logs and the . Rut
ledce with eieht strings. The Verne
Swain came down and the Volunteer,
E Rutledge and Verne Swain passed
To Cleanse the System
Effectually yet gently, when costive or
bilious or when the blood is impure or
sluggish, to permanently cure habitual
constipation, to awaken the kidneys and
liver to a healthy activity, without lrntat
ing or weakening tbem, to dispel bead-
aches, colds or fevers, use Syrup or x igs.
There will be a meeting of young dem
ocratic voters at Turner hall Tuesday eve
nine. May 31. to organize a democratic
club on a permanent basis. All young
men who have affiliated with the party in
the Dast. and those who intend to in the
future, are invited to be present and par
ticipate in the formation ot tne cluo.
H. L. Wheel an,
Chairman City-Township Com
What the Hon. George G. Vest says in
regard to the superiority of the Hirsch
berg's diamond and non-changeable spec
"I am using glasses which I purchased
from Prof. Hirschberg and they are the
best I ever, tried; it affords me great
pleasure to recommend Prof. Hirschberg
as an excellent optician, ana nis glasses
are simply unequalled In my experience
G. G. Vest."
These spectacles are for sale by T. H
Thomae, agent for Rock Island.
"Speak this speech, as I toll yoa. trip
pingly on tae tongue.' Say that one of
the great benef actiona of tne age U
mad bottle of Salvation 00. the gfeav.
at care on earUrfor pais; onlj J oenfa.
to select 'rom. Why pay 40 rents
to yi.tH' tor wnicti you can
get for lu cents at
C. C. TAYLOR
1717 Sccot d Avenue.
To call your attention to a few facta:
Your eyesight is priceless the eyes need good
care; improper spectacles are ltjurions, you
should lot trust your eyesigut 10 lrrespousiul
peddiera or cueap suectacies.
H D. FOLSOM
la a Practical Optician, and will tatc pains to
properly fit your eyes for e ery defect of vision
and will guarantee a periect nt in every case
tuC aiml to. Mimd an (i
One case lidtes' Jertej ribbed Tests (near
bleached ) 4c.
One case lad es' fine ribbed Jersey Tests. Sc.
40 dozen ladies' shat ed body vests 8c each.
SI dozen ladies' Kichalu rib Tests Egpyer
yarn, tr.mrned liecka at Ui cents worth 30c.
One casecln e Imitation lisle Tets, colorrdsML
stitched n"ck trimming, thia lot goes at 14.- ea4t
Hundr.ds of dozens adies" Tests all qaaicesj
finer and bettir. ETery grade for Misses ant
Children fro n lowest ta medium quality.
In nieVsand bos" Starts and drawers we Ian
a sp'endid -ssoument.
Weai-oshow several grades of ladies' nine
and ribbed union suits at Tery attractiTe pritaa.
On Tuesday morninsr we place on sale 10) lr
mowers at price, that will place them on erecf
lawn In the city at IS 97 f:j.44 ar.d $3.97,
Coma and tret one. Thev rrav not last
Kvtry oerwn who owns a lawn should a'so twi
nrst-ciai-s lawn mower.
If the lines in this diamond figure do not
appear equally black in all the different
meridians, it indicates a defect of sipht
that causes nervous head-ache and should
be corrected at once. Eyes tested free.
H. D. FOLSOM,
Jeweler and Optician.
Deliver to all Houses
PURE CHANNEL ICE
Cut at Watertown.
j ,Coiommerlal Hnatiij
-118 Third At. "
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1720. 1722 and 1724 Second Avenue.
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 it
different styles and prices in the three cities,
A few of our leaders:
Children's Shoes, 25, 30 and 50 cents.
Child) en's Tip Shoes 95 cents.
Childien's School Shoes 75 cents.
Woman's Serge Buskins40 cents.
"Women's Oxfords at all prices.
We have the beet and most stylish 3 cloth top ladies'
shoe that can be produced. Also the largest lineof mens
$3 shoes. We aie headquarters for the celebrated inui
skin shoes. Remember the place,
Harper House Block. - 1S18 Second Avenue.
SATURDAY, MAV 28th, we commence
our SODA WATER season, and we have de- I
cided to serve Soda FREE to the ladies on !
that date that they may compare our Soda l
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, Druggist.
Adams Wall Paper Co.
For all Kinds' of
-"--f-. jj,t -fwmruMtvmi
STORES -Rock Island, Moline, Davenport, Reynolds.
HQLUrri snatv IT
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PATENTED MAY 20
Tlie Rones Never Slip, i Knots to Tie:
' Hammock size plate or screw. 15 cents. Clothes Hoe sizes per pair. 15 ceata.
1703 ind 1705 Seeoid Venufc ' Telepaoa Ro, 1816, " v -