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T itb the method and results when
i of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
iul refreshing to the taste, and acta
pently yet promptly on'the Kidneys,
Liv( r rind Bowels, cleanses the sys
effectnally, dispels colds, head-
- :;nd fevers and ci;rrs habitual
- ipation. Syrup of Figs is the
onlv remedy of its kind r r pro-
i, p leasing to the ta I'ao
ci ptable to the stomach t ir.
tii m and truly benefit: i Tin its;
, :: i te, prepared only from . -n?-,
bealthyaad agreeable stibetanccd, Li i
niany excellent qualities commend i t
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 75j
bottles by all leading druggists.
Any reliable druggist who may net
have it on hand w ill procure t
ntly for any one who wishi a
t. try it." Manufactured onlv by tl e
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FitANCIBCO, CAL.
LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW YOBK, . 't
Best Line of
CARPETS AND FURNITURE
And the larccM nd beat Bat if
Dl THE THREE CiTlES.
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT,
1809 and 1811 Second Ave.
J. E. RtfDY.
T. 15. BK1DY.
We now have nome fir-t-c last bargains in re il
estate which will net ;ill the way from 8 to 11 per
cent on the investment I wil. be to the 1 iteraat
of pa'tics who have their tnoi:ey placed at a lege
rate of Interest tocal! and rxtimineth e luralns.
Room 4. Milehell & I. yi.de liuildirp. .-round
Hour, in n ar of lliUheii .V Lyiide honk.
To reduce my stock of
I will place on sale for the next -V days
my entire stock of millinery go ids at
prices that defy all competition of the
tri-cities. It will pay you to call and
examine my goods before pun hasing
MISS KATE BYRJOS,
1709 Second Avt nue.
Glass for the table.
I have just received a s ipply
of this season's shapes and
patterns in berry sets, four piece
eets (butter, sugar, cream r and
spoonei), bowls and other table
plass-ware, which include many
articles both pretty and heap.
Glass is particularly Drettv
on the table in spring anc sum
mer. Wouldn't you like to
call and see it?
G. M. Loos iKT.
China, Qla, Lamps,
1SU Second avenue.
RANK AND ROCKY.
Two Games Needlessly Lost to the
Sage" Players :tlll Dropping Down
lo th Percentage Column
The St-ore Xotesor the
A large crowd of dissatisfied spectators
at Twin City park yesterday afternoon
saw the home team put up a very ragged
article of ball. "Young Man Not
Afraid of His Horse" Kling was in the
box for the visitors, while our tall ath
letic, Mr. Cushman, he of the spider-like
delivery, chased his bomerang curves
across the rubber for the home team.
The latter, who has been sick ever since
his arrival here, went into the box e3
terday, though not in any condition to
play ball , and pitched a fairly good game,
though his support at times was what
might huve been expected from a crowd
of amateurs. No comments are neces-
1 sr. A glance at the following tabu
I lied score tells the story:
Unci Ittund-Molint Rockfonl
I; II I' A B 14 II P A E
O'n.v. -2 n 0 2 3 S WteweB,V.a 2 3 0 0
Nnlton. J..1 e l 3 1 Paivto. lb.. 2 12 1 l
Dai . i 1 i :i (I 4 Trnhy. Sb..3 14 3 0
McGairlcljO 1 in II 1 Und'rw'd.c S 4 0 0 1
HoAmim, rt 1 1 u 0 Klinji,p....2 8 0 8 0
Z1?, c 0 14 2 0 Htgrguib. b!.0 2 110
I.Mich i 2 3 1 G. Mcol. rfl 0 4 0 0
SaKC. If 1 1 0 0 0, V'AlstiV.3bO 0 2 1 0
t'lislimsn, pO 0 0 8 1 Snyder, c . .0 0 110
5 7 24 14 Total. . IS 13 27 10 2
Rn.-k Mand-Molinc. 2 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0-5
KockfordB 0 8 3 0 3 1 0 4 -13
B'itt rn'f Cmhinan and ZMk Klin? and Sny
dr. Two bc ht-Zeie, Dale. l'i.drvood,
Hipgine. Hoffninn. Thrcr base hit Lynch.
He e run -Sage. Double playi Rockford 1. Hit
liv pitcher Bv Clubman, 1. Earned runs
Rockford S, Rook Inlami-Molme f. Umpire
Stockwell, Time Two hours.
The Jocals lost the last of the series o'
three to Rockford on Saturday by a score
of 9 to 5. Nichol was in the box for the
Visitors, and the way he pushed up those
peculiar curves assisted materially in
winning the game for the Hustlers. This
together with the fact that the home team
had no pitcher to put in the box, Paddy
Dale being allowed to pass balls up to
the batsman for seven innings, also aided
our visitors in their victory. The score
stood 4 to 3 in favor ot Rockford at
the end of the seventh iDning. when Mr.
Dale was allowed to return to his place
in the center gaiden and Bartson, who
ha i done all the work fr the locals in
the past three gitm s. was put in, and in
the next innini: the Roctfordites went
out in one, two. three older. In their
half rf ihe ninth, however, they went at
i'. with a will am! pounded out live more
runs. The following are the figures:
fcl-fni'intl MnUue ! Jlorlwnl
1! H P A El R 11 V A B
rVTW-w ih t s a ci II Virol, rf 1 1 Out)
Hnltna Ih II 12 11 WIswelL lf.l S 1 0 0
Dale. p&rf.O 112 1 Purvtt, 1 7 i 0
Mctin rk.lbli 0 4 ( 1 rruhy.2. 1 o 1 2 2
llofTiim, . rfti 0 0 0 0 Hif'.'iliff. Cf 1 10 11
Zeis, c 0 0 7 4 1 t mi't'd,i fu 1 1 0 tl
Lvnrh. S9..0 0 1 1 WlikAp-l tilt
Sags, If... .1 1 2 0 n V Alstine,3 1 13 2 0
Bart son. cfp 0 0 I ( Snyder, c ..0 U K 0 0
24 U 5 Total .
1 I I 4 5 0 T S. !
RiCk I-latd Moline.O 9 1140100 S
RocMotd.... I " 0 2 0 0 0 5 - 1
Two base hits Suiio. VanAlstine. Snyder,
G. Nieol Double plas O Nicol. rurvis. Sny
der: Van AlMine. Snyder; l'urv in, Snyder Bases
On bmlf By Dale, T: bv Nicl, T. strut kout
1! Date, 1 ; by Bacteoa.1. Hit In i itcher l!y Dale
1; by Nieol, 1. nd pitch By Dale 1 . Umpin
BtookwelL Time Two hours.
TI1K I.EAGCE MEETING.
The Illinois -Iowa baas ball league Leld a
meeting at tht ShermanChicaco, yesterday.
Anions those present were J . S. Hulse,
Rockford; Sanger Steele, Lloyd Etier-,
hardt, J R. Griham, F. C Wilcox. Rock
Island-Moline, Vv . L. Alexander and W.
W. Kent, Jacksonville; and Andy Somers
and J. H. McChesney, Terra Haute. It
was reported that Evansville had dis
banded and Terre Haute voluntarily
withdrew. The league will finish the
season with four clubs . The following
schedule was adopted.
.Inly 11, 12. IB, Joliet at .lacksonv lie.
.Inly II. 12, Rockford at Rock Island-Moline.
.Inly 1 L 1T. la, .loltet at Jacksonville.
July IH. 14, IS. Hi. Rock Island at Rockford
Julv IT, IS, IS, M, Joliet at Rock laland-Moline.
July 17, is, IB, SO, Jacksonville at Bockford.
July 21, 22. i. 21, Jacusonville at Ilotk Island
Ju!y21,'24, Si. 44, Joint at Rotkford.
Four good clubs are left.
Rockford again today and tomorrow.
Isn't it pretty near time for us to win a
Indifferent playing when the crowd
don'L suit a player doesn't help the game
auv or an individual record.
The Rock Iclands-Molines and Rock
fords are playing again today at Twin
City park under the new schedule.
With a compact state leagne and sot
very long jumps between towns, the re1
maining clubs will probably play out the
season for blood
Cunningham was beaid from by the
home management this morning, but his
terms are such that it will probably bor
impossible to sign him.
Patsy Lynch's work in the game yes
terday broke the monotony of some of
the other miserable playing, and his cork
ing three-b.gger brought joy to the
hearts of the fans.
The management has signed Pitcher
Collins, late of the Evansvilles who will
report at once, and also has lines out
after seveial of the Terre Haute team, as
has also Hugh Nichol, of the Rocktords.
It looks like a general shaking up.
Something that savored very much of
hoodlumism was an attempt by some to
roast one of the late acquisitions to the
home club in yesterday's game, especially
at one time when he was groaned at for
d ing the same thing that Bumpus Jones
received applause for.
Secretary McCaull telegraphed the
management of the '91 team at Oltumwti,
saying that Evansville had dropped out
and aBking if they would put a club in
the field. He received the following
chilly reply. "Please don't mention it;
havn't recovered yet from last jesr's
THE TEACHERS' SCHOOL.
( onniy Mupi rintendent 9Iarnhalt'4
Annual Inatttnte Opens.
County Superintendent Marshall's an
nual institute was opened this afternoon
at the Rock Island High school under
Mr. Marshall's immediate direction, the
plan which he inaugurated last year, and
which proyed such a gratifying success
of having but one week's session and ac
complishing what had previously been
done in two weeke being the plan this
The instructors this year are Prof.
Caldwel!, of Moline, theory and prac
tice, literature and history; Prof. Bishop,
of Rock Island, history, geography and
physics; Prof. Felmley, of Normal,
whose fifth year this is in the Rock Island
institute, grammar, arithmetic, language.
zoology and physiology; Miss Lawless,
of Moline, Synthetic reading; Prof.
Housel, of Rock Island, music.
The register this afternoon showed 101
names enrolled, the attendance being
from Henry as well as Rock Island coun
ty, while some are present from Mercer
William Weidner was fined flO ard
costs, and Sam Heaf $5 and costs in the
police court this morning for disorderly
The jury in the case of Jerry Coughlin
who was tried in Magistrate Wivill's
court, disagreed and were discharged, the
case being continued.
Night Captain Kramer and Officer
Hetter on Saturday evening arrested J.
W. Wallace on complaint of F. W., Mes
senger, manager of the job department of
the Union, who claims Wallace collected
several bills which he had no authority to
do. The charge is embezzlement.
The hearing of William, Johns ami
Sylvester Conwell on the charge of liot
was concluded before Magistrate Wivill
on Saturday afternoon, the case as to
William Conwell being dismissed, and as
the attorneys, M. M. Stngeon for the
prosecution and Maj . Beardsley and
William McEniry for the defense, agreed
tliat the case of the other two should be
given to the court without argument, it
was taken unoer advisement until to
morrow morning at Id o'clock. Another
case growing out of the Conwell affair
was brought on Saturday by State's At
torney Sturgeon filing information in the
county court charging John Conwell and
William Condon with assault and battery
on William Levey.
An 1 nfortunale Fall.
Frank Sjoblad, a dogger on a rotary
carriage in the Lumber c jmpany's B.
mill met with a sad accident this morn
ing. While riding back past one of the
saws his foot slipped on the wet bark and
losing his balance he fell so that his left
foet was caught by the saw, tetring and
mangling it in a terrible manner. The
unfortunate man was carried from the
mill, and Dr. Barth was immeliately sum
moned, who upon arrival found that it
would be necessary to amputate the foot,
which was done. In order to give the
patient proper care, he was taken to
Mercy Hospital in Davenport. He is
a married man with a family, which mal.es
the accident all the more deplorable.
Amerlran 4'lothlnic Company I'lORerl
The doors of the American clothing
store were closed by Deputy Sheriff
Silvis on Saturday evening to satisfy two
judgments held by the Rock Island
National bank against Samuel Ardnt;
one for f 1.523. 25 and the other for
3,637. 80. m-.king a total 5,161.0."). It
is thought that the slock of goods will
invoice less than $5,0O0. The store since
it was closed has been conducted under
the name of Dietrich Oltmans, but the
bank's theory is that the sale of Arndt lo
Oltmann was not bona fide, and wi.l
attempt lo force their claim on that line.
The- county Board.
The board of supervisors met in regular
session at the rooms of the board in the
court house, at 2 o'clock this afiernoon,
Chairman R A. Smith presiding. All
but four of the members of the board
were present, and immediately got down
to work. A communication was read by
the clerk inviting the board to the
Orangemen's picnic, to be oe held at
Little's Grove, near Preemption, July 14
Several other communications were also
brought befoie the board, after which the
reports of some of the committees were
The Verne Swain and Pilot came down
and the Maty Morton, Freddie, Thistle,
Belle Mac, Verne Swain and Pilot passed
The stage of the water at Rock Island
bridge at noon today was 12:55; and the
temperature was 84.
Teams Wanted. T
Twenty-five teams wanted at once by
the Rock Island Fuel company.
Joseph Rubv.of Columbia. Pa., suffer
ed from birth with scrofula humor, till he
was perfectly cured by Hood's Sarsa-parilla.
Base ball tomorrow.
J?OJt renovating the
entire system, eliminating
all Poisons from the Blood,
whether of scrofulous cr
malarial origin, this f rep
aration has no equal. . .
"F.ir etghtecn mentln ha, an
eaii ug- sort- en my tongue. I u as
trcatt-J by best local fliysictan. ,
cbtaincd no relit'; he sen
1 actually grgw uvrie. finatly
took S. S. .S"., and was tHtmly
cured after using a feu' bottles."
C. B. McLbmopk,
Henderson, J ex.
TREATISE on Blood and Skin
Diseases mailed free
The Swift Sprcutc Co
to select from. Why psy 40 cent s
to H.00 for which yon can get
for 10 cents at
C. C. TAYLOR.
1717 Second Ave.
l'Ht. lKAHiitiKs' s: t;t.
CHICAGO, KeiCK ISLAND & PACIFIC UA1L
way Depot corner Fifth venne huc! Thirty
flm etreet, Frank H. Plummer, agent.
tEast. , ;Wsst.
Council Biuns . M;nce(o-1
ta Da? Express f , 1 :0s am 4:' Sam
Kansas Chy Day Express. . . 10:37 pm &:Boam
Washington Expresi pm 3:11pm
Council fluffs & Minneso- i
ta ---ess f 7:4ti am 7:S0 pm
Omkha ami Denver Vesti-1
oule Express 2.41 atn 2:Sil US
nsas 4'ity Limited ... (MS am I0;17p..
Stuart anil I a-alle Express S.4"pin 9:1) am
'Daily. tGoinv cast, mount wnst.
BCHL1NGTON KOUTE-C, B. A y. KAIL
way Depot First avenne and Sixteenth t.,
it. J. Yonng, asent.
ttt. Lon.s tkipress. ...... ..
St. Louis Sxpress
St. Pan! Express
Beardstflwn Passenger. ..
Way Freight (Mouraoutb) .
St : Paul F.xpress
Stirling s tvight
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE A ST. PAVLKAIL
way Racine .t Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth etreet. between First and Second
avenne, E. 1). W. Holmes. t-ent.
S:t O .m
- :SS rr.
Ma:, and Express
St. Pan! Express
ROCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DE
pot First avenue and Twentieth a-.reet. F.
H. Rockwell, Agent.
TRAINS. LiAVt. Abkitk.
Paai Mall Express BtCSaa 7:f 5 pm
Express 2:2opm l:2Spm
Cable Accommodation 9:10 am 3:00 pm
" " 4 -00om sv.Pft am
BUBUMGTOH, CBDAB K.rilS ft NfiRTH
ern Railw ay Depot Front and Brady streets.
Davenport. J. E. Ilanncgan. general ticket and
. . it .411 a. u 6 :0 am
" pm 7:."7pm
.. fi 4." pir. 7 5 i am
( :i am 1 :i pm
7 :S& am r 40 pm
S i ri 8 4S ten
11 :00 am 10 8' a-
TRAINS. Lkv. Arrive.
Mail and Expres-s '.4:55pm lOtCSam
Freight 3 am 9:45 am
MOST DIRECT ROUTK TO TUB
F.ast. South arid Southeast.! -Ti .i - -I&ijjjp
Faet M'l.j Express
Lv. Rock I-'land I 6:0r am
4 SU pm
Ar. eiriun a i:. mm
CaraTidjrc 9:0 am
Gtlya I 9::'.fi atn
Wyomine 10:11 am
Princeville 10:31) am
Peoria '11 :15 am
s in Dm
4 M pm
4 :55 pm
Bloominpton 1:15 pm 9:15 pm
Sprtngflcld 3:40 pm 10:40 pm
Jacksonville 4 00 pm 12 05 n"l
Decatur :VI pmilOHH par
Danville 1 3:50 pm 1S:10 n't
Indianapolis 6:55 pm! 8:25 am
terre unn v:iu
TtVt pm,10:00 am
1 :35 am
r :40 am
Bt. Louis 7:3.1pm
Lv. Peoria ilO lOam 3:50 pm
Ar. Rock island I 1:25 pm 7:05 pm
accommodation trains leave Sock Is and a'
6:00a. m. and 6 20 p. m : arrive at PeoriaS:;0p.
m. and 1 :1S a. m. Leave Penjla 6:U0 a. m. and
7:15 p. m; arrive Rock IsUnd i.00 p. m. asd 1:
All trains r m dsily exrept 8anday.
All passe ger trait, arrive and depart Union
Free Chair caron Fast Bspissa between Rock
Isnd and Peoria, both directions.
Tnrongli tickets to all points ; baggage enecked
throusrh to destination.
ABM! BBANc n.
Lv. Rock Iland 9.1n am 4.00 pm
Arr. Reynolds lO am 5.05 pm
" Cable 11.00 am 5.40 pm
Lv. Cable 8.2-) am lt.S0 pm
Ar. Reynolds 7.00 am 1.45 pm
" Bock Island j 7.55 am a.OU pm
H . B. 8UDLOW, a . !TOCKHOUt)K
Superintendent. Oec'l Tkt. Age.
Great 25 cent
fipen up Monday a. m. July 11, with the great!
sensational sale of the season. Ovr -ioo shen i
.ciium, biiu itrnmnti 01 fllK :ind elVtts to be
DCD V A D Pt fir '
rcK Y AKL), 2C.
For your choice of 200 pieces Silk Vel vets and
Silks. Many lengths In quantities sufllciTt for
fnll eostuuies. Ren ember, Monday :i m. at 8
o'clock shart). Away tnev eo ai -v- l:,r v.s.i
pisi.1 siiwc ...i.- .n. ..." .
- i sons, ca r siiks. rincy
silks, moire silks, retrnants of silks China
.liiiv,.iu .:i..i.k.. ,
We trust all of our taad may have an sopor '
tunity to see these grest bargaitis. and In Ihla o,i !
wefhall rese,vetheri,httol:mitthe quauity to Is so very low that we ex ect to them go .IS
eacn customer. lively tats.
The tane.t. the most desirable, the haidest to find, the scercest goods of tte U so-. Is the
new Point de Ireland lace - We are pleased to advise our many inquirins friend. thl w
have justtece.ved a large shipment of the.e laces, which we opened on Smnrday last ci
which wilt be ok Mle at onr well-known early low price. They are as good re lei as ,
w e have shown this seaiun.
1720. 1722 and
GO TO THE
CENTRAL SHOE STORE
For your Summer Footwear.
. Men's Dongo.a Oxfords $1.7;" and $2.00,
Men's Patent Leather Oxfords $2 00 and 2 50,
Men's Workiog Shoes in Cong, or Lac-, $1.15 a pair
cheap at $1 50
Ladies' pat. tip cloth top Shoes 2.00 and upwards,
Ladies' Booties only $1.60. wmth $2 00,
Ladies' Oxfords pitent tip, all solid, only $1 10 a pair
A full hue of Lawn Tennis goods, for large and small '
from 50c and up.
In addition to these low prices we are giving away free
an elegant life tize Crayon Portrait.
Call and get a c ard and ask for particulars.
Harper House Block. . is 18 Second Avenne.
N. B JN'ot open on Sundays.
Clavbank, Winn., May 8, 1892
T. H. THOMAS, Druggist, Rock Island, 111.,
Dear Sir:--1 have used your Pills for the
last 8 months and find 1 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 Countv, Minn.
Adams Wall Paper Co.
STORES Rock Island, Moline. Davenport. Reynolds-
iu tcft jr l n
i ( m
I O 3 U
Ropes Never Slip. No Knots to Tie.
Hammock size plate or screw, 15 cente. C Othea line sizes per pair, 15 cents.
GEORGE H. KINGSBURY, Sole Agent
1708 and 1705 Second t venue. Telephone No, 1214.
Silk Sale. -
Remnant and odds and etds of k nd r
twu an (o tia wC.k at-prfj'itu
I r O I M AiN'r-i-
on si ks and velvets is he way we intend to clear
tip our stock". We have had :n enDrmoui se
son s business in this department, now we ww;
to wind it np si that the ineom ti! s ocks for n t:
season m.iy hnv.- plenty of room with r.o:hing
, , ...
I W vnlvcts the tengfis are Beany all snrrtiHt
the price of
25c a Yard
1724 Second Avenue.
WJL. EYSTER, Sec
For all Kinds' ot -PAINTING