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thod and results whon
is taken; it is pleasant
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; Bowels, cleanses the sys
v, dispels colds, head
rs ami cures habitual
Syrup of Figs is the
e of it kind ever pro-
:.i the taste and ac
the stomach, prompt in
and truly beneficial in its
ared only from the most
gr I'Hblesuhstancos, its
'.qualities commend it
.-, . made it the most
en edy known.
I igs is for sale in 75c
V leading druggists.
J druggist who may not
on hand will procure it
any one who wishes
t." Manufactured only by the
WlIFUHHIA rib MliUr UU.,
SAN FK AN CISCO, CAL.
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T. B. ftKIDY.
THE POl TLAR
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ii "T jr.m h, l. a. l rate btak.
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Best Line of
CARPLTS akd furniture
' v !:irut' and bent line of
:n thk three cities.
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT,
1809 and 1811 Second Ave.
filass for the table.
jusl received a supply
season's shapes and
attei ns in hernT sets, four piece
i , sugar, creamer and
; bowls and other table
ware, which include many
w lea 1.,, th pretty and cheap.
is particularly prettv
ble in spring and sum
n'"r Wouldn't you like to
call and eee it?
Q. M. Looslf.y.
' . I.ami,
Subscribe for Stock
I" the Second series of the
Jton linilding and Loan Asso
"ation. of liock Island.
A safer- and better investment
fBan 4.)Vr.mment Bonds, be
the loans are made only
JPon tahlished values and it
Pays more tban ihree times as
'"i interest besides the
ttioiui; invested and thepr-. Sts
an be withdrawn at any time.
4l0IltJJ- loaned at lowest rates.
R. A. DONALDSON, Secretary.
Off I r D
t 1(,xa 3. 4. 5 and fi Maeomc Temue.
VJB I'M MSsi J3I
n'.S Tffnch Vitalim
IN IT IN INDUNA.
The Twin City lioys Take One
from Terre Haute.
The First UBe r the s,
onnon Won by the Hump Team
Mm of the Uame.
T ike a good look at this, feast your
eyes while you may we're not a bit
Roil Maod-MoUnc.. 1 l
.luck 'OUYiUefl i
.lulu ts J J
Rv:i; rritlen 1 0
Auroras i o
Terr. Hantoi . i o
Rod fordo 0 0
Qateeyi . o o
Tlie Twin-City boys opened the new
se? ton with a rush yesterday at Terre
Haite, taking the eme from the Haut
cnti uts by a score of 3 to 1, by getting
in their customary home run and hitting
the ball when a hit was needed. Our
boys have been in bad shape ever since
the left Rockford where Hoffman,
O'Day ami Lynch were injured. S (T
mar. has not played since and Lynch is
having h-.ird luck when he does play.
Bar'.on ami Sj-igc playtd in the outfield in
the last game at Jo'.iet. O'Day is get
tirii in hi work'again, and Xulton pegs
rigl t along with his good work. Bart
son pitched a goorl game yesterday.
Fartson pitched a good game yester
day. J diet, Jacksonville, Rock Island -Mo-line
1.000. MWnen shall we three meet
aga.n . "
Well onr percentage is 1,000 tonight
if it never was before, and no matter what
i'. it ay be hereafter.
The Juliet papers speak of McGuirk as
the sticker of the team. Our big first
bis man distinguished himself with the
stick in the city of convicts.
C ashman pitched a great game at Joliet
the test game after the first lnninL'.and also
distinguished himself at the bat. Our
boys, by the way, made five hits in that
last Joliet game, whereas the Chicago
pajers failed to credit them with any.
' Handsome Harry' Suggs nd Hilliery
who has been umpiring on the southern
circuit, have hoth been placed on the
she t as relics of umpires who take an
itni tual interest in the outcome of games.
Faiweil dearest Harry, you loved not
wisely but too well.
When the fire broke out on the floor of
the Western Union telegraph office last
night, and it was known it had ignited
from the wires, st me one was cruel
enough to remark that it was probably
the wire that brought in the news that
Ho 'k l-.land had won a game that did the
In the- game which Baxendale pitched
at .lolict, the scenes were turneil agayjist
us through the sheer force of hard luck.
Ro.'k Island hail succeeded in shutting
OBI the convicts up to the time the inci
dci t orcurreel. Three men were on bases,
two men were out ai:d the bat.-man had
two strikes. Bazie made a wild pitch
smi the ball found the only bole in the
fer.ee and rolled outside the grounds and
the buses we re cleared.
In the announcement of the charity
bail to occur at the Twin City ball park
tomorrow afternoon, Tbi: Abgus .if last
nikht neglected to mention Gjorge Pleas
ant as manager of the Rock Island ag
gn i ition, which will be comoosed of
Bn wn catcher, Robinson pitcher, Lynde
firs . baseman, West second baseman, M
Lee Gait third baseman, King short stop,
J. alt left field, L. Roscnfield center
fiel 1, Dart right field.
I'etitions were today placed in circula
tion praying the mayor and city council
not to interfere with the playing of Sun
day games, as affording the only oppor
tunity for working people to attend, and
set ing forth that the mass meetiDg which
ws recently held was attended by only
Tin people, of which the male sex was a
small minority, and holding that the
mass of the people, the laboring people
especially, are for a continuance of Sun
da base ball.
ChnrnN or the Mix Hundred.
Vf e feel sure that the 6ingers of Rock
lslt.nd will take interest in the Columbian
cali bration of the Fourth. The great
ch rus of the six hundred will be one of
the attractions, and one which the singers
cat so easily and so pleassntly make op.
A good start was made last night at the
Broadway Presbyterian church when 50
singers were enrolled. The next rehear
sal will be on Friday evening of next
we :k. The number should be 200 by
the t time. Some may not know that the
gTeat band and chorus concert takes place
at ii quarter to 8 in the evening to last
oni hour, and then be followed imme
diately by the grandest display of firc-wo-ks
ever seen in this part of the
cot ntry. The singers will all have re
served seatB giving a good view, and
sin ers in attendance at two rehearsals
giv-js them a reserved seat ticket.
A Point For Too.
la view of What Hood's Sarsaparil'a
bar done for others, it is not reasonable
to suppose that it will be of benefit to
yoi.T For Scrofula, Salt Rheum, and all
otter diseases of the blood. For Dysp
epsia. Indigestion, Sick Headache, Loss
of Ippelite. That Tired Feeling. Catarrh
Malaiia, Rheumatism. Hood's Sarsa
paiilla isa an uneq ft' ed lexedy.
Hood's Pills cure Sick Headiche-
Tht;r: at Log Rollins; Kaket Pienir, i
Kte., at the Watch Tow: r Tern r-
Tomorrow at Black Hawk watch tower
occurs the log rolling and basket picnic
of the local camps of the Modern Wood
men of America. The Rock Island camps
have made extensive preparations for the
event. If the weather be favor ebie, from
3.000 to 5,000 visiting Woodmen and
others will be in the city, and in honor of
the occasion it is desired that our busi
ness bouses be decorated as far as possi
ble. The reduced rates on the railroads
and the advantageous time of arrival of
the Verne Swain are likely to bring a
great many strangers.
The members of the Rock Iiand camps
are expected to meet at Armny hall at 9
o'clock and at 9.30 proceed to Twentieth
street where the camps of Moline and
Davenport will be met at Third avenue
and where the column will form under the
direction of Chi- f Marshal B F Knox,
and composed of local and visking Wood
men and bended by Bleuer's band, there
will be a trrand street parade, and at 10
o'clock or thereaboutB take cars for the
The exero'ses at the pavilion at Black
Hawk's Watch Tower begin at 2 p. m ,
and the following programme has been
prepared for the occasion:
American Overture E. N. Catltn
Address William Jackson, Reek Island
Viienl i-election Male qnarta
Address C. T. Heydecker, Waokrgan. 11
Selectmen i fmai e'omic Opera U. Plaaianette
Address Adah P iea ants Kork bland
Vocai select Male ouartel
Address Dr Prank Swallow, Valley Fall. Kan
L i astirelle .'. f. Botsaoa
Bh uer's Band.
At the conclusion of the exercises, at
the pavilion, a dancing flior will be
thrown open, and the rem kinder of the
afternoon and evening devoted to danc
ing, games and amusements of various
Cars will be run. at reg'.lir 15 m'nu e
invervals all day, a special train going
out at 11:30 after the arriyal of the head
officers from Fulton over the CM & St.
P. and who will be: Directors, J. G
Johnson, C. T. Beydecker, A R. Talbot
and J. R. White. Head Clerk C. W.
llawes and Heal Physician. Frank Sal
low. The last car will leave the tower
for Rock Island at 11.30 p m.
It promises to b-- a great day for the
great fraternal and beneficiary society.
A Gallant Aet.
Attorney Frank II K.:!!y did a gallant
act yesterday ic rescuing an 8 year oid
son of Robert Hoffman and wife from a
perilous position in the river nt the ferry
dock. The lad was walking fn m the
ferry to the dock when he in some way
lost his footing and fell between the
dock and the boat. Stv. ral gentlemen
present attempted to reach the strug
gling boy in the water from the dock but
without success. Mr Kelly recognizing
the imminent danger the boy was in ol
being crushed between the dock and
ferry quickly lowered himself by bis
hands from the bottom rail of thetjoat
and seizins the lad tiy the clothing held
him until he was pulled up by o'.hers.
Mr. Kelly is deserving of much prsi-e
for his daring, and rare presence of mind
us he had barely time to regain the deck
himself before the boat struck ttie deck.
Buy your silk mitts at Bennett's.
Modern V noomen Log Itoiling
and Picnic, at Rock Island, 111 , June 18
189' For above occasion the "Burling
ton Route" (C. B & Q, R. Ri) will se ll
tickets at rate of a fare and one third for
the round trip, from stations on its line
in the counties Rock Island, Whiteside,
Henry and Mercer tickets on s lie June
IT and 18, geod to return until June 19.
H. D. Mack, Division Passenger Agt.
To Chicago and Return
Special train to Chicago on Sunday,
June 19, via the great Bock Island route,
leaving Rock Island at 11 .4") a. m.. ar
riving in Chicago at 5 o'clock. One fare
for round trio
'., K. L A P. K. It.
Half fare to attend the national demo
cratic convention at Chicago, June 21.
Ti. kels on Bale June 1G, 20. 21, 22
and 23, good to return ur.til June i.1
See any ticket agent of the Great Bock
Island Route for full particulars.
too. Sebastian. G. T. & P. A.
Don't Rub off the Enamel
of the teeth with gritty preparations. The
teeth are too valuable to be trifled with
When gone, you must havefalse ones or
"gum" yourself through life. Use s-OZO
DONT, whichjeontains nogrit. Itclean
ses the mouth and vitalities the secretions
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
liyer to a healthy activity, without irritat
ing or weakening tbem, to di9pcl bead
aches, colds or fevers, use Syrup of Figs.
Fourth of July Excursion
For Fourth of July the C. M. & St.
P. will sell excursion tickets for one fare
and third for round trip; tickets will be
on sale July 2J, 3d and 4ltW good to re
turn until July 5th.
E D. W. Holmes, Agent.
No other Tarsaparilla possesses the
nnmhination. Pronortion. and Process
wlrcb make Hood's SarsaparMla peculiar
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people need to
Buy your silk mitts at Bennett's.
The High School Juniors Banquet
A Very Inti retilns Piogramme rt
the High Nehool AHNembly Hall
t 'onrludcN with a Pi ant The
The assembly hall of the High school
was filled with a large number of students,
graduates and teacherj last evening in at
tendance upon the banquet given by the
Juniors to the Seniors, the graduating
class of '92. Shortly after 8 o'clock
Marcus Lyon the president of the Juniors
called the assemblace to order and ex
tended a hearty welcome to those present,
announcing that a short programme
had been prepared which would first be
presented. This portion of the enter
tainment was opened with a zither 'uet
by Misses Clara an i Pauline Woltm n ,
which was followed by a vocal solo ny
Miss Florence Magill of Moline A select
reading "McLane's Child" was then ren
dercd by Miss Bessie Lee after whirh
Prof. Livingstone and Miss Entrikin ol
Moline favored the company with a violin
duet and this portion of the programme
was closed with a song by the Ilich School
quartette, composed of Prof J. A. Bishop
and Paul Cleland and Misses Louise
Whisltr and Blanche Cleland Tnc ban
quet tables had been spread in the recita
tion room of the Seniors wnich had berr.
hands iraely decorated for the occasion,
where the happy throng was feasted.
President Lyon of the Juniors who acted
as toast master arose and explained
that as the Junors tad furnished the en
tertainment they expected of course that
the Seni.irs of '92 would furnish the
The first toast announced was "The
Fr slimen " which was responded to by
Christian Koch and Miss Edith Case, after
which Roy Head and Miss Margaret
Stewart responded to the toast " The
Bopbr meres." Miss Lillian Fi'zpatrick
and Paul Cleland then made reply to
"The Junior Class," after which the
toastmaster announced "The Seniors," it
being responded to by Misses Anne Mont
Conn ry and Blanche Cleland. Kinsley
Mack then discussed "Tee Use and Abuse
of the Telephone " and Harry Cook and
John Noftsker spoke of "S:cret Societies
in tho Hiyh School."
The. responses were all quite entertain
inc an. i contained many happy hits.
One of the most enjoyable features of
the evening was the placing of a card at
each plate at the tables, on which had
been inscribed a humorous rhym:- by some
memlu r . f the Junior class, the readms:
of which provoked considerable merri
ment After some time was spent in
general sociability adieus were spoken
and the company dispersed.
to selert frnm. Whv pay 40 cents
IM J to $1.00 for which yon can
n. get for 10 centa at
'.1717 Secoi d Avenue.
Toe ill yonr attention to a few fsrts:
Your eveahtat ip priceless the eyes need rood
care: imro;.r ppectacleg are (ijarioaa, yon
should tot trust your eyesipht to irresponsible
peddlers of cheap nMOtadea.
H D. FOLSOM
I a Practical OpttcSa&a and wtO take pains to
properly fir jour eyes for every defect of vision
uiid tvj I iruaruntof it perfect lit in every case.
.L..t t 0. . ;rClrvl a ,
i' 1 1 -. , "r n a defect or vista
k ik matter a.tt ut c.
If the lines in this diamond figure do not
appear equally black in all the different
meridians, it indicates a defect of sight
Lhat causes nervous head-ache and should
be corrected lit ence. Eyes tetsted free.
H. D, FOLSOM,
Jeweler and Optician.
ohool Election Notice.
Notice is herehv given thst on Tuesday, the
2Sth day of Juin-. A. I) 180i. i i the city of Bock
Island, an t lecti 'Ti will Ik- held for two members
of ibe Heard f Educat on, which election will be
opened at S o'clock in the morning und continue
after umil 7o'cl ck in tno afternoon of that day.
VOTING PLACES .
The following ar hereby designated as voting
Vot rs of the First and Second words will vote
at the Phoen'xkoee bon.
Voters of lheTMr , Fourth and Filth wards will
vote at Dimick's livery stable.
Voters of the s rli and Seven: h wards wdl vote
at tbe Cable boe bouse
Dated: Kock Island. Ill , .Tnt l. 189J
Wi:.:.:am McCo.mm hi , Mayor.
HII III I Ml
Tinware And Hcusk
1(512 second avenue.
f V y ' I
dp. --aiaa,sw- wp'"
': :i -V-'ai- '
The Reasons Why the
CENTRAL SHOE STORE
Is the place to buy your shoes:
"ft e can show you she largest and most complete stock' in
different styles and prices in the three cities,
A few of our leaders:
Children's Shoes, 2r, 30 and fiO cents.
Children's Tip Shoes 9;") cents.
Children's School Shoes 7.r) cents.
Women's Serge Buskins 40 cents.
Women's Oxfords at a'l price?.
We have the beat and most stylish $3 cloth top ladies'
shoe that can be produced. Also the largest linejof ni-n's
$3 shoes. We are headquarters for the celebra'ted mule
skin shoes. Remember the j l.-irv,
Harper House Block. - ISIS Second Avenue.
Claybank, Winn., .May M, li; 0
T. H. THOMAS, Druggist, Rock Island, ID.,
Dear Sir: have used your Pills for the
last 8 months and find I have been benefit
, ed by them more than any others and find
myself greatly indebted to you for my health.
Therefore, 1 remain yours most sincerely,
Claybank, Goodhue County, Winn.
Adams Wall Paper Co.
Ii -:Thc. LvAscisV Wau. Pgft-Dcxas iM-Tiff
. . . rXiNTTtfe Paper Hakcino.
-th.vlrftpni ?r?l: r- Wt. ASj-
STORES -Rock Island, Moline. Davenport. Reynolds
: I 890 :
Tie Hopes Never Slip. No Knols to Tie.
Hammock size plate or screw, IS centa. Clothes line sizes per pair, 15 cents
GEORGE H. KINGSBURY. Sole Agent.
1708 and 1705 Second p venue. Telephone No. 1218
ROCK ISLAND. ILL
W.JL. EYSTER Sec
'TWRi t Ctie s
For all Kinds'oi
us ti r-.
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