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TILE AKGUb, THUKSuAY, JUNE 11, 1891.
CSAS. W. YERBURY, Manager.
- , INCORPORATED TJNDKB TES THK STATE LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
BOOK ISLAND, ILL.,
' Open dally from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m., and Saturday erenlngs from 1 to 8 o'clock.
JTt percent interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
B. P. RXTNOLDS, Pica. f C. DBNKJtANN, Vlee-Prea. 1. X. BUFORD, Cashier.
T. L Mitchell, K. P. Reynolds, F. C. Denkmann. John Crnbaugh. H. P. Bull.
Phil Mitcall, L. Simon, B. W. Hum, J. X. Baford.
Jackson A Hubct. Solicitor.
tVWIU beeln business July 8, 1890, and will occupy hanking room with Mitchell A Lynda
aaail new bank la completed.
See the Stylish Display
SPRING MILLINERY GOODS.
The finest ever shown In the City, at
MISS C. HAAS',
Successor to Miss Petersen, No. 1733 second avenue. Rock Island.
TWrer ylatest styles in patterns, hats, bonnets, ribbons, laces and fancy (roods.
House and Sign Painter.
First-class Graining and Paper Hanging.
P. Box 672.
Qpen for the Season,
(moline atknue) Joe Huber's Garden,
A mdjniflccnt place for
A. BLACKH ALL ,
Mannfactnrer of all kinds of
BOOtS AND SHOES
Gents' Fine Shoes a specialty. Repairing done neatly and promptly .
share of yonr patronage respectfully solicited.
1613 Second Avenue, Rock Island, IiL
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Shop corner Twenty-second street and Ninth avenue. Residence 29SJ
Ila'prepared to make estimates ard do all kinds of earpenter work. Give; him a trial.
MflHHOOD RESTORED !awsK
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j St! NrrouneJ. Latitude, all drains and loss of power of the Ut neratire
a" Orirans In eitber tx caue.1 by ovnr exertion, youthful error, on excessive
Vv r'r u,e tracco. opium or stirpulantd which noon lead to lnflrniif v. Consiump
sk'tion and Insanity. I'ut up convenient to carry in vest pocket. 81 per par k
"v B-.p Kr fiiutl: tl ft,r f,i. With errv or.lrr va 7i. a writt.-n .mii-,i f f.. ...
IKS Mil ATt I SINii,
or rtfuna tw muia. Circular
For sale in Rock island by Ilartz &
Money Goes Farthest at Heck's,
Furniture and Carpets
Are Low, Terms of payment
easy. Examine our line of
Bed Room and Parlor Suits, Side Boards, Din
ing and Center TablesChairs, Refrigerators,
Baby Carriages, RugX Clocks," Lamps,
Clothes Wringers, Stoves,
t Oil Cloths, Etc.
CHAS. A, MECK,
322 Brady St., Davenport.
Telephone No. 421, (Adams' old stand).
OPEN EVENINGS TILL 8 P. M.
AND DEAL SB IK
Wrought and Cast Iron and Lead Pipe
Hose, Packing, Sewer and Drain Tile.
Steam and Gas Fixtures.
C3"Best work at fair prices. Estimates furnish, ed.
Office and shop 219 18th St. Telephone 1182.
Rock Island, III
Shop Fourth Ave. bet let and Kd Sts.
picnics, parties, etc.
true. Addreaa Jkerve Steed 14., 1 falcuao. 111.
Bahnsen, 3d Ave. and 2u:h street.
Entertaining Exrrcisra Last fr'iiday
Evealnx Ontltae of tUe Pro
gramme. Reynolds, Dl., June 8. On last Fri
day evening occurred the second annual
commencement exercises of the Reynolds
public school at the Reynolds rink. AU
though the evening was very stormy, a
very la.o audience greeted the grad
uates. The hall was decorated very
beautifully with flowers of all kinds, and
the motto, which was displayed in a con
spicuous place, "Esse Duam Videre."
made a very beautiful appearance. A
grand march was played by Miss Cora
Lewis, which annouooed the coming of
the principal, 8. W. Mumey, followed
by the two graduates, two little girls that
took the flowers, and the primary teacher.
Miss Muse, all of which marched around
in a semi circle and took tbeir positions
on the stage. Rev. Wood then led in
prayer. Following this was a well ren
dered solo by Miss Clara Cczid, and an
oration, "The Great Men of the Nine
teenth Century," by Louie Quist. She.
in a few well chosen remarks, welcomed
the audience to the second annual com
mencement exercises; after which she
dwelt upon her subject for about 12 min
utes in a very able manner, commencing
with some of the greatest men of the
early part of this century, portraying
some of their characteristics, and show
ing in a clear manner why they became
great, and coming on down to the pres
ent time, showing how some of those we
call great grew up out of the most hum
ble surroundings, and that they did in
the end gain the laurels that we all should
strive to attain.
Then came a song by the Sons of Vet
erans glee club which was considered very
fine. During this time four little girls
gathered flowers through the audience,
many of which were particularly beauti
ful. An address, "One cannot see
All of a Mountain at Once," by Miss
Angie Smith followed. She spoke of the
grandeur and sublimity of this vast up
aeavel that we call the mountains, show
ing in a clear, forcible manner the great
ness of it, and comparing it with man the
highest mountain ever erected by Al
taighty God. She carried hr line of
thought from beginning to erd in a pleas
ing manner, and was considered good,
the closed in a few well chosen remarks
t) the teachers and audience, bidding one
and all farewell. Flowers were then gath
ered uo for her. Following this was a
selection on the piano, and a solo was
g ved by Miss Cora Lewis.
Prof. Mumey presented the diplomss
and in a few well chosen words bid them,
farewell, and urged them to work bard
and go on and gain more scholarly attain
ments, by attending some higher school
of learning and in the end they would be
far above those less act ve in the pursuit
of knowledge. Miss Csid sang a very
fire solo, which ws followed by the ben
ediction by Rev. J. A. Riison.
Music by the orchestra, and congratu
lations took up the remainder of the eve
ning. Thus closed one of the most success
ful years of the Reynolds public school.
Prsf. Mumey, who has been here for
three years, did not desire the school any
longer, and thinks perhaps that be will
not teach the coming year as his health
has not been very good the last part of
Coal Vallet, June 10. Mrs
formerly Lewis, is visitieg here.
J. Wiishire sold lot 14, block 4, to
Mai tin for ?3 ).
Prof. Stoddard's sisters from Moline,
are visiting hra.
Oar assessor. S. D. Pace, is about
thrc ugh assessing.
Mr. and Mrs. James Hampsoo, of Cable,
were here on Sunday-
Tae teachers of the public schools will
be tae same as last year.
M'S. George Hillier is quite sick, ana
has been for some time.
School director lection on Saturday to
fill the vacancy of T. J. Murphy.
Wm. liile, who last winter at'ended
medical lectures in Louisville, Ey., is
The sons of Joseph Girland, Simuel
and Albert, are here. They reside in
The trustees of the Presbi terian church
have commenced repairing the inside of
James Wilshire, who was home on a
furlough from the Soldiers' boae, re
turned last Friday.
Frtd Freeberg has been making im
provements on his stone building and
shop putting on new roof.
The Masonic fraternity had a supper
last w eek. There were about 80 persons
who partook of it. Mrs. II. Martin and
dougtters furnished the supper.
MissTillie Martin close! her term of
school in the Park district yesterday an d
has a picnic f jr her scholars today.
Our public schools closed yesterday at
noon. In the afternoon the children had
a pic lie on the Presbyterian church
grounds, with a full attendance.
Tho:nas McMicbael got his foot run
over bv Glenn 'b traction engine. Owing
to tbe condition of the ground he was
not badly iniured. He can walk with
the aid of a cain.
On Ust Friday Joseph Garland died at
his residence in this place, after 10 days'
illness. The deceased was a native of
Bristol, End., coming to this country 40
years a,;o. living in Moline and Coe town
til abo it 24 years ago, when he moved
to Coal Valley, where he has since re
sided . He was a coal operator and miner,
and son.etimes prospected for minerals.
He was social in his nature, and had
plenty cf friends. He leaves a wife and
three children, two sons and, one daughter.
Was buried on 8unday from the resi
dence. The P. M. minister from Cable,
Rev. Edwards, officiated. The remains
were laul to rest in our cemetery.
News reached us on yesterday of the
death of Mrs. Mary F." Means, of Hi
awatha, Kas., formerly a resident of
here, wh ose maiden name was Mary F.
Harris. Tbe news is a shock to many of
us as Sirs. M. was one of our leading so
ciety ladies fDr a number of years, a
worker in the church, a friend in distress,
was ever ready to lend a helping hand.
She redded here a number of
years. In 1887 she moved to Horton,
Kaa. She remained there until 1890.
In June of the same year she was
married to Judge Means, of Horton. Eaa.
Last year he was elected county judge.
wbeu Ihcy im.vrd io H-au. KaS. She
will be buried udty. Tbe deceased was
32 years of age.
In almost every neighborhood there is
some one or more persons whose lives
have bten saved by Chamberlain's colic,
cholera and diarrhoea remedy, or who
bave been cured of chronic diarrhoea by
it. Sdch persons taae special pleasure
in recommending tbe remedy to others.
The praise that follows the introduction
and use makes it very popular. 25 and
50 cent Lotties for sale by Hartz & Bahn
What is more attractive than a pretty
face with a fresh, bright complexion? For
it, use Pozzom's Powder.
J. S. Darrah's
Fresh, White and Cod Fish,
Smeltz, smoked Halibut,
Pickled Herring and smoked
Large Fat Mackerel,
Canned smoked Trout,
' Brook Tiout,
Fancy Bcttls Goods
P. Emilun S: Co.'s Olives,
Cross & Blackwell's Midgets,
Jenny Lind stuffed Mangoes,
Imported red currart, straw
berry and raspberry jellies,
Durkee Salad Dressing.
Armour's Extract Beef,
Peaches, Strawbenies, etc.
Edam, Fromas de Brie,
Neufachtel, Sap Sago,
Cream and Limburger.
Willow, Iland & Watson,
Chase & Sunford's,
High grade coffees always on
.Armour's Star Boneless Bacon
Gijmore's Hams and Bacon,
Pure Leaf Lard.
Pigs Feet, Bone
Poultry always on hand.
Florida Oranges and Lemons.
1137 Third avenue.
-ALL KIND8 OF-
Cast Iron Work
done. A specialty of furnishing aL k'.sdt
of Store witb Castings at 8 cents
A MACHINE SHOP
tae been added where all kinds of machine
work will be done flrst-ciass.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE
DOWNING BROS., Propts.
Baring purchased the
Property which he has had refitted for the ho
tel business, is now prepared to accom
modate transient guests.
Day and Regular Boarding
at rery reasonable prices.
He la also engaged In the
at the same place with a choice lot of Groceries.
Farm produce a specialty.
John Volk 6c Co.,
- GENERAL -
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Siding, Flooring,
and all kinds of wood work for builders.
Eighteenth St.. bet. Third and Fourth ares.
A. J. SMITH & SON.
Plain, Figured and Fancy.
Japanese and Chinese, Jute and Linen Chain
SSITAt all prices and grad-s Call and eee them.
A. J. SMITH & SON,
125 and 127 West Third Street, Opp. Masonic Temple, DAVENPORT.
THE MOLINE WAGON.
T1TF MOT TNF
Manufacturers ol FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAGONS
Aral nd complete line of PLATFORM asd other Paring Wagona, eapecialiy adapted to '
Wasters trade. of superior workmanship and Ca'.eh. Ulusirated Price List frM oa
application. See the MOUSE W'aUON ba.'ore purchasing.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
TOT FIN & ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
M. E. IVETJRRIjN,
" Dealer la
Choice Family Groceries
Cor. Third avenue and Twenty-first St., Ro:k Island.
patrtnVE.1oHcitedCk 6rocerie' thst wU1 eoW ert lirirg prices. A share cf public
C. J. W. SCHBEINEBv
Contractor and. Builder,
1121 and 1133 Fourth arenne. Residence 1119 Fourth arenue.
Plan, and specifications furnished on .11 classes of work; also agent of Wilier'. Patent Inside
bllding Blind., somethirg new, etyllsh and desirable.
R0C5 ISLAND. ILL.
DAVIS & CO.,
A complete stock of
Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing
Hose, Fire Brick, Etc
Sole Agenta for
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS
We guarantee erery one perfect, and will send Ct ps.
Twenty day'a trial, to responsible parties.
Safety Heating Boilers and Contractors fo
furnishing and layinz Water, and
1712 First Avs.,
Rock Island, Illinois.
Telephone 1141. Residence Telephone 100.
Goods received by
CALL AND EXAMINE.
COMPLETE IN at.t,
FOR CATALOGUES ADDRESS
J. C. DUNCAN,