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Both the method and results wl en
Svrupof Figs is taken; it is pleas int
and refreshing to the taste, sad i Ctfl
gently yet promptly on the K idne ys,
Liver and itowels, cleanses '.he sys
tem effectually, dispels colds-, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Fig is the
only remedy of its kind overpro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly benetioii I ir it3
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
man vexcellent qualities com nei d it
to all and have made it tic most
popular remedy known.
Byrup of Figs is for sale in 75c
bottles by all leading druggists.
Any reliable druggist who nay not
have it on hand will pricuie it
promptly for any one WnC wishes
to i$v it. Manufactured onb b the
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUF CO.,
SAN" S-iJANCISCO. CAL
I OtTISVII-Ui. KY. NEW YOB i, S. Y
J. E. B
TBS POJ I'LAR
Real Est ate -
Best Line of
GAMS AM) FURfMUM
And the largest anil hret lire of
IX THE Til RET. CUES.
G. O. BUCKSTAtD",
1809 atjd 1811 Second Ave.
Giav. for the table.
T . i
Vii'm -I. MMcbfH ! i Ci bnlM'ig 'mend
floor, in real of 5: lt In ! V 1 jrace bt nl .
f - tiff
Wis expected at the Tower on this occa
I l ave jnst received a fiij.plv i ,n but he simply expected to meet and
8eaaouV Bhai es i. d
i in berry sets, fom pU ee I
itt r, fitur&x. creamt r attu
poone ) b-,-'f and ctier table; ,n t witll old frien(ls aBll they meet 80.
glass W I . which ir cllKiH m:;t:y ' c i ly tm set 1nm It was a great p in
article: o :it jetty and cheap. i tnjsrt wrtb old iri-jnds. Mr. O sen
i id kc of his having for go d and sufflc
GlaSS T-art'lCUlariy rellV u t, reasons determined to ieive this
on the t.. t e in BpTxtrg and BOm- ca nanlty. In leaving it. he left all his
mar. V, uuldi-'t you li ;e to lift. awaj.bektod hit. AU hislrfe had
call ani e- it?
G. M. Loo - if v.
Chira, G!k . DaflSps,
Table I mlery.
161J9 BaeOad avenue.
Subscribe for Stock
In the Second series at the
Home Building and Loan Asso
ciation, uf .Kock Island.
A safr-r and better invet tment
than Government Bond), be
cause the loans are mad only
upon established values ind it
pays more than three times as
much interest besidet. the
amount invested and the profits
can be withdrawn at any time.
Money loaned at lowest rates.
R. A. DONALDSON, Bciretary.
Omoi, Room 8. 4. 5 and 6 Maaonlc "emeic
FAREWELL TO OLIVER.
Parting Tributes to Rock Island's
An Inter ntlng Event at Blark Hank
Tower Mr. Olaea Preat-nted
With a Cane anil Other
Obedient to informal invitations from
two of the members of the bar a number
of the professional ar.d personal friends
of Oliver Olsen.wbo is soon to lea ye Rock
I -.land and take up his residence in the
west, probably at Salt Like City, assem
bled at Black Hawk tower yesterday af
ter to in asocial and impromptu manner
bd that gentlemen farewell and God speed
After an hour spent in friendly enjoyment
;n the historic surround ingl the gentle
men (. tied th. ir why to Spiiug Cove
Hide whore Mr. Newberget had spread a
table, ar.d about vhich those present be
camc seated in the folloTinff order:
w n a -
Ytnuk K ly
W .1 BniriktB
I M K 'a conev
... ii- , 'T.... 1.1
W P Qaayle
M -1 HcEatrr
K R Parmeuter
Walter J hnsoa
W'illtnm Jai ks. m
V M Blar.dirg
T.l Media, Jr
,7 w Pottet
li i Simpson
J T Ki-nworthy
Or U G Craig
iUj ll C O baellj
I 8 White
,7iulge Ladan Adump
John Bim s-ion
J.-hn boon v
ftrG L Bjlter
Will urn McE.itrT
i .loim Crobanjth
II m Sturireou
Full un hour more followed in the
practical discussion of the various dish
es cmnpoaiog the feast which included
u x coursei properly served asd which
who in every detail h f.rcat credit to Mr.
Newbencer. Af'er all had doce ample
justice to the viands and to the inner
roan, Mr. Jackson rrse ard proceeding
to the bead of tie table rapped for crder
am! then Bdcirestins; the assemblage he
spoke of the rateiirg as an informal,
i cheerful nd genuine way of pajiogre
8hc. to Mr. O.sen and also expressing
regret that he N about to leave us. He
then presented Mr. O.sea with a beauti
ful cine with the best wishes of the
meoibers of the bar, as a token, Mr.
Jickson ssid, of genuine regard. The
speaker had known Mr. Olsen from the
very I chinning of his pro
fessional career, "and" he said "the more
wc have worked with you the more we
have respected you." Mr. Jackson said
he felt a peculiar pleasure in being as
signed the duty of presenting this testi
monial of general regard and profound
i rcsfjvet nan as evidence oi iuu apprecia
tion of Mr. Olson's mnly character, abil-
l by and intcgri v, and of his high quali
. ties as a brother lawyer. Mr. Jickson
j then handed Mr. Olfen the cane which is
of black ebony with solid gold mount
ings and on the handle of which is the
From the Mdnl'C H" of Hie Hork Inland County
Bar Jane SO,
In accepting the beautiful token , Mr.
sen spoke with much feeling. He ex
ref scd his surprise at being thU3 com
pimented. He had been told that he
"1"' with som j of Lis old friends. He
hV-Mmu wilh a m x;d f-',ns " p1cm-
ui and p iin. Tnat fceltcg w a sill w.th
.. ' , ,
bt n spent here; this had been his home,
hi wmli. It is no', an easy thing, said Mr.
Ol en !o screr the ties of so many years
an! holding together so many fen I
an- lasting associations. To abruptly
cut all the chcrdi in so many and such
Infinite shapes to so many people is al
ways painful. He, however, would
not permit the memory of these good old
day; to purt from him . This occasion
iu particular would always stand out as
one of the most memorable ODes in his
lifei He was, if anything, more grateful
for kbe feeling that prompted the gift
and Ut words accompinymg it than for
the gft itself, words he s.id, that would
encotrage bim in the future no matter
whert his lot was cast. "Most sincerely
and from the bottom of my heart," said
Mr, Oisen, "I thank you "
In rtsponns to an invitation Hon W.
H. Gett spoke of the feeling of the mem
bers of the bar at parting with one of its
honoret members. No matter what the
friction and heat of the controversies
when in court, when each man was con
tending for right and for justice as be
saw it, Vhen the struggle was over and
the coutt room was left, all feeling was
OUV1 R OI.SEN.
left behind. The glory of the bar is its
friendships, based upon the integrity,
honor nnd energy of its members. Mr.
O.ftcti represented these highest quali
ties of distinction as a member of the
Rock I -land county bar. "Wherever he
goes, sid Mr. Gist, "the chords of effec
t.on will reach him, anywhere in the
country, anywhere on the earth, and the
cane he takes in his hand will be a re
minder of the warm friends he had made
in his old home and their appreciation of
him as a lawyer and a man."
The S3ntim;nt expressed by all the
speakers were heartily applauded by
proper manifestation and before break
ing up a yote of thanks was extended
Mr. Newb. rger far his splendid Eupper
and he deserved it.
The Official Programme of Monday's
How f he TwiB'Cttiefl M ill Celebrate
I In- reat Inj Nstss unit
The offleUl programme of Monday's
TwtnvCity Columbian celebration has
been i sued and is as follows:
BOmruro 10 a. i .
Qr od parade Of l!iuri nl Floats in both Hock
Island and Bfobne Mussing in review upm
the Cu.nmblan gr. uudf.
COI.. 'M. CLE HF.SIN CHI F MARSHAL.
IIISTOItlC.M. ft AT, OF MOLINti FiUMS.
AIDS LEVI CRALLE AM) p. C. DAGGETT .
Discovery of America bv the No.-thBes, A.
D., 111W IKi-rc.tCo
Discovery of t MlwiMim! by DeSoto, 1"33,
Pantird & l.-as HaoaSactnrtesOo
Itiru's Ky. Vtem of Iriand of Boc I laud.
re-nl time Moline Wagou Co
Ceclaration of IDOepeutlODCe
. . Wm. li ( tarpenter & Co
..Union HaUeaala Iron Co
TJ. -. Clot Muff Co
Motin Faridtoro C
.M ilino Malleable iron Co
Um and hoik 1-lana
llisioriea, 11 al
11 stoilca'. iloat
Battle oi Bunker HHl.
raurama .h. off M
COKOiM'ttea iu ISXi Davis ( i
Historic 1 float FantoaaClolhfngCo
in-; r.eui Boat, eunping oat tccne ei a It.
HlatoHoat Boat, foiapog eeone R.
liist..rial rtojt : Womcn Be'li f Corps
Bistorirai float, scenes rf the Itoo 'u'ionnrv
H i-tiM ;cal float . .
Historical ll at .
Historic .1 Boot. .
ICttorieil fl tt..
....D. M. ei h .r ( arna'e Co
Wtllinms. Watte A Co
Order or K- d Mt n
Ed Cump oa
Other bus ness hou-ea
BISTORICAi FLOATS OF BOOK I - LAND PTBXs.
B. VVITER, MAI1SIIVL.
Dtaeoveryof Amer ca Log b n CloUiIagOo
Landing of the t'il'ims J ltainser son
Washinjton and Itis Cahiuet . . . . I. o ,1 ,fc Stewart
Black Bowk vv. r sne Mclntire lin.s
First Bottler of Book Island O Tanty
Anijrican C.othin; Co
Historical float, wur sei ne G. A. R
llisiorua; Boat. "Leaving Home". .. Q.A. R.
Ma-"ti c I. dee
I. O. O. r. Lodge
. . . Knights of l'jihias Lodge
Histories float .
Historical float, Fort Annatnag Dams & Co
ottier industiial and m n . utile floats
11 A. M
Grand Flag Ha'sing at the crounds
tsous "The star spangled Banner'
thonisof Tut Hun !ri"', d'reel d ry prof.
Ha taomgtt; laattna.ennl accompon Intent
by sevetity ftve iec:-, led hy I'.of . Ogdcii.
Foim il open n of Columbia I ark.
e lionises of Ten Hundred mid P.of. Oc
den'e eonsoMdateii bands
Choruses of Ten Hundred and Prof. Og
den"s ci'ii-olidated bands.
ll:3o a. M
Review of Sixth rc-inii n by Ool Wm. C'cn
denin. fohoweii by dress parade.
Conc.rt by i tto's full" band al the Amphithea
tre fa im 9 M i in . to m .
AFTKRNOON I' ROO It AM V E .
I. At 1:30. U-.cyle liace. fr. e for all, onc
foiirthmil . First prizc-a S-hl.lt'gol I medal fur
nished by .1. (amer .v. Son; aV.md prize-a
810.00 sliver cap lurni-hil by B. I). Folsom;
third nr ze-o i-fi.00 - a chei fnn ished hy the Lon
don t:lothin e'o.
, At 2 .Oo. Three -Icrged Itace. Ptlze '50.1
i At 2 10 Hose-cirt Itnce. First prize
$25 OD in g Id: second rizc-?lo.00 in tola ; third
prize SI o 00 in nM,
). At Wheelbarrow It ce. Ma $5.00
.i. At 1::). Football, Rock 7sl ml High
School vs. Moline High school, m lose ball park.
First prize IBB. 00 in gold; leoond prise $5 00
i I gold.
. At 3:40. Most Orareful Lady Bicycle Rid
er. First prize Finest pair litditsshoes. Moscr.
f elder i Kohn; seeoad prize tin' s: pair ladies'
slippers, t'leorge Sehiioi.'er.
T At 3:00. Sack Rare. Trize J.i.Ml in gold
. At 3;io. Tag of War, betrreea Bock bland
iiinl Moline. First prise Sit Win gold; second
prize $5 00 In gold.
S At I lit). Kfg and Snnan Race. Prize
So.00 in gold
10. At 3:10. Foil Race. First prize Sin CO
in eo.d; second pti 'e S.Y00 in gold.
II. At 1.00. Bicycle I ace, one-third mile
handicap K-.r-l pr.z a SiOOi gold medal fttr
uislied by W. K, Jo'.ii son; seco .d piize a flO 110
silv-r cup f Qnnabed by F. Woteaan. third prize
a ST 50 I ir i cie i :ock, J . Kaniser ,t Son.
14. At 4 t). rtck-Oa Kgi: liace. t.i orge E.
Bailey's prise, Priz two be I and a roo,ter.
13. " At 1 oo. B st society Diantay of Turn rs.
Prize Oolombiaa pen a t.
it At --'::n. ndrrataa1 Taming for Prizes,
free for all daring room Fi: st prize ga4d.mad
al; seeonl prise g Id m-dui; inird prize go.d
medal; rbnrth i rizi gold medal.
15. Al 4:30 OhlUefctlUU Kace. Prize 55.. 0
lti. At 1:45 Bicycle Race, Tor bojvsnnler !6
Fir.-i priz '-si k u i.t r. lla, Lloyd ,t Stewart : Bec
bnd p;lat tia. Stmdn A Mo-eufvldtr: thir.i prlae
t irycl abi) s. the Boston shoe store.
IT. Base Vail, stock Inland arcades m. Moline
Athletics, in base bih park, liunn races. First
prize ii 00 oi cold.
Is. Day r". reworks, during me s.
IB. AtoSO. B c c'.e lta e, co.istellation
g;30 to (i p m. Imported "11. rayam t Japanese"
day ueirorka. .
There will bj exhibited the 1 deal und grasdeat
novelty of the aijr. tin-works in the suushine,
WonderfoL curious and antnsmp.
Large Mortar BombaboHf will burst at a crcat
hclg'O. displa i"g manv t o'.o ed,' OanVeal Fiu-tires
and Forms o' enormous size, such as Hum.-in ic
ings, Dragons, Aniuia'4, Turtles, Globes, stream
era, ehrysantbemums, Raitr-ows, Mo mi and
many other effects in paper and smoke which
floa: in the air and fal, slowly to the ground.
They a-.c the greatest novelty ever imported in
this country la the way of Firework'.
EVKSI.NG--7 p. n.
Sonjs of th: Sis Hundred -rrof. Pa'mer Hart
eon jh, director;
' Hear the Mighty Mttsx" Hartaough.
'My Own Native L lot" J. U. J .
"BanLerof B. amy" Fillmore.
"Lift Up Your Heals" Hartsongh.
Balate of Aerial Maroon.
Magical Piismaticl lamination.
Granl 1 isplay of Lsrge Hockets.
Set Piec "Gattlins Batt ry."
"Flight of Geysers, or Un b elUsof fire."
KgubiUoa of "Fancy Display Rockets."
Discharge of Flo al Bomh -hells."
Set Piece -"Jn'.y 4th."
Exhibition ot "magma' Nests, or Sknciss'.ons."
Flight of ' Oombinatiou Rockets."
bet Piece "Tree ot Liberty,"
Grand set Piece -American Eagle."
Display of Exhibition Trumpeters."
Beleaaes of Imporled '-Japanese Bombshells."
Passage of Mammo h Rr.ckets.
Grand -tt Piece "bhi -id of America."
"Maed Bomb ttc."
Combination Flight of Mammoth Bom ishtlls and
Graid Set Piece "Gamorinns "
Grand 8el Piece "Prosperity "
A Magniflceut Jemplj Piece "Colombns and
Grand Combination Closing Piece.
B. Winter, marshal el the Rock Island
portion of tbe ptrade, has appointed a-
his aids C. F. Qaeijer, M. M, Brisgs,
Julius Junge and V . Dauber. Marshal
Winter desires all societies and organiza
tions to be in line promptly Monday
morning, aod he urges the at'enriance of
all who can turn out.
In addition to tbe floats appearing in
the programme there will be a large num
ber of additional ones from both cit es
which have been secured since the iseux
ance of the programme.
Chairman Ohlweiler, of the committee
on privileges, will be on the grounds to
morrow between the hours of 9 and 11
and 2 and 4
All our merchants are requested to
decorate their places of business during
the day and to illuminate at night.
The tickets for the amphitheatre
are on sale at W. R Johnson's jewelry
There was a grand rehearsal of both
choruses for the Fourth last night on the
singers amphitheatre in Columbian park.
The chorus of the Ten HuDtlred had so
many absent ones that the committee
have decided to admit them on their re
hearsal tickets. Bring your rehearsal
tickets the Fourth and you will get in on
them. Tbe Ten Hundred should be in
in their plices on the singers amphithea
tre ny 10 (.'clock in the morning.
Toe Six Hundred were out last night in
full force and did good work. They will
hAve a rehearsal ia thu Bspt is t church
this evening. They should be in their
places at 7 30 on the evening of the
Cap-. Kramer and Officer Hetter this
morning arrested Mylo La Grange alias
John Harvester, who is waLted at Maren
go, Iiwa, for burglary and j-iil break;ng.
He w.is working for EiwanU & Walsh.
Sheriff B)y)e. of Marecgo. will be- hcie
tonight for tig pri-oner.
Some time last night soma scoundrel
went Into the barn on the premises of
Cant. J. M. Beardsley on First avenue,
and with a knife sla6he 1 the cushions and
b y of a new phaeton damaged it to the
extent of 3S or 30. Capt.Beards'ey can
notimajine the motive o: tie &ct as he
doesn't know of any one in the world who
would do Fuch a thing. The cowardly
piece of vandalism was probtb'y intended
to strike at some one ( lse. Capt Besrds
ley will give $20 to ascertain who is the
The report of arrests made by the po
lice during the month of June is ap
Common drunkard, 1; drunk, 13; as
sault and batterv, 8; disortlerly conduct,
24; abusive language, 7; keeping house
of illfnme, 2; inmates house of illfame,
14; vif r-ujcv, l; burglary. 1; drunk and
disorderly, 3; peace warract, 1; fast
driving, 1. State cases, 19; city cas
Fines and fees collected by Magistrate
H. C. WMH, $158.50. Jail hill, 28
tneal, 5.60. Tramps lodged, 21.
Artvi rilNi l Uat .o.?.
List Dflettm nncallwl forat the l'ostodlcc at
NOck Islanii, 111,, .luly 1. IStJ:
Andfrson, Baruey I'ctrre, C 1
Aniliz.Jolin EUddlag Bros
Anderson. Amnmlii Miss lluliel, T
Blatteiy, M B Mrs Broun, t'hrs E
I'tx-th t'l:ira 11 Miss Botmta IVtcr
Baker, Benbaa Betgtitt, H
Bell. Nicbolu (4) Smitlli Jonl, rj
5 " '' ? Smy.lif, Myrtle Miss
Jenkins. Joe Stiers, .1 I)
Ma"eSey. Tlios J WaRiier. Cha.-les
Whiteside, e'ti t'les Box
K-.rstens, He tlef Kennedy, Annie Miss
Webster, J U Traveler
HOWAKD WKLLS, P. M.
What the Uon. Qeorce O Vest sgrs in
regt.rd to liie superiority it Ve Birieb
berg's diamond acel noD-c!.ar;.able spe-c-Ihclt'f
"I sm using glasses which I purchased
from Prof. Hirschberg and they are the
best 1 ver tried; it blT-Tdi me gret
pleasure to reeoir.mond Prof . Ilirschberg
as an exct Heat optician, t,nd hi3 elaotes
are simplv aa equalled in tnv experience.
G G. Vest."
These spectacles arc for sale by T. H.
Thomas, ut.:i for Etnrk inland.
Nt".v York iiinl Hi turn.
TheC ! I ftp Kailw f fiorn .TUv
4 to Jul, it. will il. i t; s i iK York
antl return oyr any (fedtreel 1 M irOiD
Cbioago at a rate ten than oue f ue lor
routal trip goi'd to return up to Auii 15,
ou hccouut, ol i he incniiii, of Yo:iDg Peo
ple's Bociety ol Ctiristian Kodearor F.r
further iar in . z. 4 i: oa
P. H. Pixnom Tioket Agent.
Testimonial frm Lion. S. P. Iur;ht5,
judi'e Supreme conn, Li'.tlj Rock, Art:
"I hav used your Diamoiel spectacits
about a ear, and haye found them clear,
eusy to lh--- eyi and very satisfactory. I
preJer tbem to tiny 1 have used.
Simjx P. liceiHEi.
Being desirous of closing up a1! my
accounts el oooe I reapeetfoUx r quest
all indeb'ed to me to call at my iesi
dence, 1116 Ti. r ! avcr.ue, as early as
possible and settle as I wish to have all
matters straightened by July 1.
Frank G. Young.
Saratoga Springs, V T. and Return.
TheC.; H !., K-m1"y fror July
4. to July 10 wO sell round trip ticke.s to
Saratoga Springs and return at a rate of
one fare plus $2 for membership fee to
the National Education association.
Fourth of July Rates.
On July 2 8 and 4, the C, R. L & P.
Ry will sell tickets to all points on their
line east of Missouri river at rate of one
are one-third farn for round trip,
Anil-room house on Third avenue,
between Twelfth and Thirteenth streets.
Inquire of K. . Parmenter, Mitchell &
Lynde's block. lo-tf
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will atop the cough at
Tinware And Housk
1612 second avenue.
GO TO THE
. CIITEA;. -0:"; T
For your Summer Footwear.
Men's DongD'a Oxfcrds (1.75 and $?.00,
Men a Patent Leather Oxfords 00 and
Men a Workiag Bboes la 0ng or Lac , $1 15 a pair,
cheap at 1 50 "
ladies' pat. tip rloth top Shoes ?2.00 and upwards.
Ladies' Booths only $1 !0. w .:th 2 00
Ladies' Oxfords p ,ient tip, all solid, only $1 10 a pair.
lul1 Lme f Wn Tennia goods, for lare antl smaL
from 60o and up.
In addition to thpgp 1 x j rirpg ve are giving away free
an elegant life ize Crayon PottraU.
Call and get a rar i and ask le r parlitulaEd.
Gi O. SCHNEIDER,
Harper House Block - 18ia Second Aventw.
N. B Kot open o'. - uu lays.
Clavba.nk, Minn., May 8, 1892
T. H. THOMAS, Druggist, Rock island, III.,
Dear Sir:--1 have used your PiiLs for the
last 8 months and find 1 have been benefit
ed by them more than any others and fine
myself greatly indebted to you for my health.
Therefore, I remain yours most sincerely.
Claybank, Goodhue County, Minn.
Adams Wall Paper Co.
STORES -Sock Island, Moline, Davenport, Reynolds.
We have a full line of Fourth of
July goods at
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Come and make your selections as there will Be I
large demand for these goods this year.
GEORGE KINGSBURY, Prop.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL
; W4L. EYSTER, Sec .
For all Hindoo!
17o3 Second Ave.
L v I I L .