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TBJB AEQUO, MONDAY. JULY 1. 1891.
WHERE YOU CAN GET SO LOW PRICES OX
Refr i gera t or s,
Dining and Centre Tables,
High Back Chairs,
Bed Room Suits,
Parlor Suits, Lounges, Couches,
Carpets anil Curtains, Rugs and Pil
lows, Stoves and Oil Cloths, Pic
tures and Easles,
In fact everything to furnish jour house.
CASH OR CREDIT, at Cash prices.
CHAS. A. MECK,
Telephone 421. 322 Brady Street, Davenport, la.
We close oar store at 6:30 p. m.. after July 1st., except Saturday evening-.
A PLUMBER, STEAI
sfc AIMS FITTER.
'!Jj( AND DEALER IN
"M; Wrought and Cast Iron and Lead Pip
Hose, Packing, Sewer and Drain Tile.
C31S. W. YER BURY, Manager.
1 You press the button,
iie do the rest"
(OB VOU CAD DO IT YOCRSELT.)
THE EASTMAN COMPANY, Rochester, N. Y.
See the Stylish Display
SPRING MILLINERY GOODS.
The finest ever shown in the City, at
MISS C. HAAS',
hucccssor to Miss Petersen, So. 1743 second avenue. Hock Island
The ver ylatest styles in patterns, hats, bonnets, ribbons, laces and fancy goods.
House and Sign Painter.
First-class Graining and Paper Hanging.
P. Bo 072.
Epen for the Season,
(moline aventje) Joe
A magnificent place for
Manufacturer of all kinds of
BOOTS AND 8HOES
Cents' Fine Shoes a specialty. Repairing done neatly and promptly .
A share of your patronage respectfnlly solicited.
1618 Second Avenue. Rock Island. IU.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Shop corner Twcnty-wond street end TSinth avenue. Bestdence S93S
a- is prepared to make estimates and do all kinds of Carpenter war. CMrebtm a trial.
i niMni rnwri, iivniinviie. nneiuiiita, uut juaununa. rtitftitir Eml.
cav1 sums. Nervousness. Laiiuie.alldrBins ana loss of jxiwere the generative
A sa Organs tn either sx causeil br over rtioo. routhfil Amri. nr
"neit toharcn, opium or stimulants whirb son lead to aarmttr. Oonsumo
tion and insanity. Fut up convenient u carry In vest pocket. 1 per pack-
aaroaaMuartaavsisa. or rrumi tht uunuy. Circular Iree. Addrww .Nerve e-a CZuZmZ'iu.
For tale in Rock island by Hartz & Bahnsen, 3d Ave. and 20th street.
Catch 'Em Eber Time.
No Where in the
ataam ana lias Fixtures.
sJsFBest work at fair prices. Estimates furnished.
. Office and shop 219 18th St. Telephone 1182.
Rock Island, 111.
Stnd 3T Catalogue
Shop Fourth Ave. bet. lst and 23d Sts.
picnics, parties, etc.
e rssrsntM to cure all nervous dueaes, such a Wenk Meronrr,
KNIGHTS BREAK CAMP.
Intrtirg Exercises and Jrnions
The lUour t t IT late Rorketnd
Dr. Jlrli tyr. The 3Iillary
hvainrei Saiui day Xghtti
It. pt'itu Die Fneonip
ni -nt Over.
Camp Everts, near toe watch tower, is
While, according to ordtrs, the Knigb 6
Templar encaaptn-nt as to continue
until this evt-nicg, it was practically dis
solved after dress parade last night.
Yesterday's features of the encampment
attracted a largo assemblage of people,
tbe crowd which was carried to the wtch
tower and to thj camp combined being
probably the laigest tbat the Milan road
has ever handled. Superintendent Hun
toon found himtelf Uxjd to the utmost
to keep the crow d moving and in order
to do so he was obliged to borrow all the
rolling stock that could be scared on all
tbe lines in the hree ciiit'8. Tbe street
car people got through the day as n cely
as could be expected, notw ithstanding
that man? people who reached the corner
of Second avenue and Seventeenth street
bent on going oat, changed their plans
and went home when they sw the
oveicrowded condition of the cars,
and while there were many delays on tbe
road and a tr fliig accident at the tower,
the day passul without serious mishap,
audit isstransc, too, when it is con
sidered how the people hung to the sides
of tbe cars.
Camp Everts was a scene of activity
from early cUwn, and the Knights
were about promptly at bugle call de
spite the fact thht Sitardy was a partic
ulate huav day f. r tLem. The fea'ures
of that day were guard mount, battaliou
inspection, review and drill, commanderv
drills and dre? s parade, followed by the
grand reception t.nd muiele in the even
ing which was a'tended by many apprec
iative pe. pie wfc'i were nicely entertained
by the courte us t:r Knights and
their ladies, and Smsser's famous bind
Refreshments were served in season and
the musical programme presented by the
baud is appender ;
Mi tell. Festival
Overture, Amazon. .
Potpourri, Mu-irnl Jukes....
W ail., H vdriaten
Gavotte. E se of Er n
overture, F'oet ana Pi a-.-mt.
Selection. J iy Mia'l Reiirn. ..
araphrase. ierBian Hi-art
Waltz, Vein Tlmrii ijcii ....
Yesterday proved a most delightful
SCSI AT IS CAMP.
The exercises of the day opened with
guard mount, followed by battalion in
spection, and at 10:30 religious services
were conducted by Rev. V. C.
Rocho, of Genest o. chaplain of the en
campment. The exercises opened with
singing by a double quartette, after
which tbe Lurd's prayer was repeated by
the Sir Enuhts, standing with uncovered
heads; there was scrip ure and responsive
reading, prayer ty Prelate Rocho, music
by the double quartette and then
THE SIORMNG SERMON
wss delivered by Rtv V C. Rocho. His
text wm from Murk 10:6:
Heisrifen: he is not here. i;iiold tbe p::ice
where they laid him.
The preacher j refaced his sermon by a
running review cf Christ's bir;h, life, be
trayal, crucifiiion and buriil, the maiu
theme of the die course being, "Christ,
the Crucified but Risen Redeemer." First
the speaker dwel: on the tomb of Christ,
as alluded to in tae text, and of the pre
paration9 for Lis burial. The tomb,
which was spoktnof as the shrine of
greatness, was described also as the
resting place of the tnaj who
has become the restorer of
our race, the con jueror of death and hell.
Men will travel t undreds and thousands
of miles to behold the place where an
illustrating man drst breathed the air of
earth. Man will journey to distant lands
and search ancient tombs of mighty
heroes, or tbe giavee of mn renowned
by fame. "Wo lid ye ask me.' said
tbe speaker, "tbe greatest man who ever
lived, my answer would be Cnrist Je
sus; would you seik the chamber that
bore his remiins". Come with Hie to the
sepulchre. It is the tomb of jour best
friend. He touched upon the gritf
of loved onts gone before, but
there is one more to us than any
earthly life. Tbi9 Christ is our savior,
brother and frund. The tumb was a
quiet spot He t-poke of men who long
for a quiet spot for serious meditation
men need meditation. Tbe tomb was a
favorite resting; place, a withdrawing
room for tbe soul where one may brush
from his carmen s tbe dust of earth and
muse a while in oeace. It was a costly
tomb. It was not a common grave dug
out with a spade. This was a princely
tomb made of mirole cut in the side of a
hill. He spoke of Curist's bumble life,
eae who was not honored until he had
completed Lis grat work until he had
suffered. Tben it was ordained tbat his
body should te no more disgrac
ed, but thai it sl'uuld tepose in an hon
ored tomb, that i he last rites should be
the best that huum bar di could provide.
It was a borroved tomb. The Savior
was obliged to li: in another's tomb in
order tbat he sight show us he took
upon himself the sins of others, so his
grave was also borrowed- He spoke of
1 the divinity of Christ ai proven by his
resmr etfion The empty tomb is tbe
sign of msn's arquiUnl and full (lis
charge in regard to sin Treating
of the doctrine of i he resurrcti:n he said
as Christ rose o all ris
followers niu-t ri-e from the grave, t'un
Ced and mdc utito 11: t holy He
spoke nf the imposcitiil y of o r s'i hk
ting the r!-urr cion ot Cmi-o. the (ai
and dark traasction oi Cilva y b 1 "s
to the auui sot Kin. but the broke u touio
proclaims -he tltd tidings of great joy.
The cros is shrouded ia eloom The
sepulchre is Quded witb roddr light
if morning The one loot s ' acs upon tie
world's sad and guilty past; the other
turns forward to the world's bpeful fu
ture Calvary msiks the deepts' rirkness
of human abn-ement and woe. The resur
rection was the rtan of better day.
TheChns'inn tilgrim, Mr. Roho said
in conclusion, should visit Clvay bebolo
bis guilt and condemnation, b it should
not linger there The cross c-.nnot see
Let him hasten o the sepulchre. Christ
expir ng on the cross bsogs the mm of
sorrows, but from th sacred tomb te
comes forth tbe vie onous Redeemer.
Exultant faith r-j .ires in the risen and
ever living Lord
A nie iley bt the band followed and after
h" conereua'in ad unoed in sieging
"My Country Tis of Tnee." the benedic
tion w pronoucced by Prelate Roeho.
The afternoon service ws held at 2:30,
openirg with a selection by the bt.nl,
and yocal tnn-ic by the double quariette.
and respnuMee reading. There was
prayer by R-v J. S. Mclntyre, of Div
enport, aid mu'ic by the qu&nette. after
DTt mcisttre's sermos.
The text ws fr nt Mttihew 22:42:
"What Think ye of ChrUt
llie introduction to trie dt-c)ur?e was
a call to rfl-c ion. Tue refln-iive pow
ers distingui-h ma from the brute cre
ation. Tnere were two purposes in view
in the discourse: First, to ennblt Knit-hts
Terup..r to gra?p the Hue concep
tion of Cbrijt;' seC'iad. that all
othfrs mty know ih true Kni bt Ttm
plnr concept on of Curist. tVunt think
ye of Christ! said he p'etchi.T. is aa iui
portant question. There are a variety ot
opinions involved in the answer. I)r.
Mclntyre then gave some of the various
opinions as to Christ, analyzers and
demonstrating the falacy or truth of
these various opinions. Some sny an
impos'or. others self dece.lT d, stiil o h. r
a mere nan and a martyr to his convic
tions, but the question deni-ind per
sonal answer, "What think ye of Cnrist?''
The preacher treated of the Son of Mn
as an historic character, then as to his
nature the answer to which was I mm in
eul "God With Us." His life was
philanthropic, bi&me'e a, exem
plary, bis death propitiatory he died
for us, for the race. The preacher dr,w
practical lessons from the eventful life
and more than tragic death . This iife is
a prilgrimaje. a warfare. Faith is uur
victory It overc me9 the worl 1 at,d
corquer death, and lands tbe e f aa-
cbied soul in the peaceful abodes of tre
blessed "What think y e of Cbri-t?"
asked the SDeaker in conclusion, snd tut
answer, "He is my friend, my fcenef .cor,
my savior, my ail.
Musio by the quirtette atd instumectal
music by te band followed Tr.e con
gregition sans the doxology ar.d the
benediction by Dr. Mclntyre closed the
The Knights then formed for bsttalion
inspection and review by Right Eminem
Dyas, after wh ch there was a dress pa
rade, with the Moline Light Gurd bend
as escort During the dress pnrrie the
following order ws read by Aj ltant
Cleaveland, of Grnd Sord Bi-arerSher-win's
Headquarters Camp Everts. R-ck
Island, II. . J itv 12.
GENERAL ORDERS NO 3
When Ores- pirade is iiismissed July 13.
commanding officers with their t oiimsn
denes ill reoeir to thir several sy iuais
by the mo6t direct route. Bv or-!er of
James P. Sherwis
tjrsnd Sword Rearer Cotnmmd nj.
HexkyC Cleavel.".nd, Adj't
The Sterling boys created much merri
ment in the camp Saturday night by their
ghost and bear faeces.
There were a number of cases of sick
ness in camp Saturday night requiring
the services of Surgeon Brown
Photographers Rasmussen and Hnka
Her took photographs of the Sir Knights
from various points of view. There were
also a number of kodaks on the ground .
The Union band, of Davenport, and
Light Guard, of Moline, both received
many compliments for their delightful
Grand Commaodir Dyas left for his
home at Paris, 111. this afternoon, and
Grand Sword Bearer Sherwin will leave
for Chicsgo tonight This evening he
will be the guest of St. Simon of Cjrene
Commandery f Davenport.
Mr. Clark, to the public: I wicb to say
to my friends and tbe public, thai I re
gard Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea remed? a the best preDnrat'on
in use for colic and diarrhoea. It is the
finest selling medicine lever handled, be
cause it always gives satisfaction, O.
H Clark. Orangeille, Tex. For sale by
Hartz & Bahnsen, druggists.
The soft glow of the tea ro e is ac
quired bv ladies who use Pozzoni'a Com
A. J. SMITH & SON.
THE MOLINE WAGON.
Manuiacturers ol FARM, SPMG and FREIGHT WAGONS
mil ana eomplst llc ot PLATFORM and othw ,t'.jij Wafrotw, espselally adapted to
Westers trade of poper.or wortmaMhlp and iniah. Illaainued Price List fria oa
aopllr.at-.OB . Sc the LINE 'a6UN before pnretaaauu:.
1 1 I &tiPM lueat
C. J. W. SCHREINEB,
Contractor eiricl Builder,
mi and 1123 Fourth avenue. Residence 1119 Fourth avenue.
Platif nad fpecitlcatiorf fumifhen on all rlatwecf work: alio afftrjt of Wilier' Patent Inside
hlidiug Htiune. somethir.g new. 9tylii-li and detirable.
ROCK ISLAXD. ILL.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
Tiles and Grates,
A. J. SMITH & JON,
123, 125 W. Thira Street,
A complete stock of
Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing.
Hose, Fire Brick, Etc
Sole Agents for
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS
We gnarantes every ore perfect, and will send Ci i.
Twenty day's trial, to responsible parties.
Safety Heating Boilers and Contractors fo
furnishing and laying Water, and
1712 First Ave ,
Rock Island, Illicoir
Telephone 1148. Residence Telephone IOC
Goods received by
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COMPLETE IN ALL
FOR CATALOGUES ADDRESS
J. C. DUNCAN,