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THE AUG l: TUESDAY. SKPTEMBEK 15. 1891.
With Graineries filled to bursting and delicious
Fruits selling at auction prices, the pros
pects for an old-fashioned business
' boom are hopeful. Our store is
full of BARGAINS in
Chenille Curtains and Cov
ers, Brussels and Ingrain
Carpets, Axminstcr and
Smyrna Rugs, Side Boards
and Cupboards, Rockers
and Cane Seat Chairs,
Lounges and Couches, Desks
Book Cases and Secretaries,
Parlor, Center and Dining
Tables, Hall Trees and Hat
Racks, Parlor and Bedroom
Suits, Cook and Heating
Stoves, Oil Cloths and -Shades,
Anything you need to make home happy and
cheerful, and at prices sure to please you.
CASH OR CREDIT, AT CASH PRICES.
CHAS. A. MECK,
Telephone 421. " 322 Brady Street, Davenport, la.
Open everj evening until 8 :00 o'clock. and Saturday's until 10:00 p. m.
AND GAS FITTER.
-AKD D KALES IN-
Wroaght and Cast Iron and Lead Pipe
Hose, Packing, Sewer and Drain Tile.
Steam and Gas Fixtures.
VBest work at fair prices. Estimates furnished.
Office and shop 219 18th St. Telephone 1182.
CHAS. W. YERBURY, Manager.
Rock Island, 111.
ju press Hie button,
we do the rest"
(OR YOU CAS DO IT YOURSELF.)
PfS ith yon
Stud tr Catalogue
THE EASTMAN COMPANY, Rochester, N. Y.
J. B. ZIM.MER,
THE WELL KNOWN
Stab Block, Opposite Harper House.
has purchased for U e
Fall and Winter of 1891-2,
A larger and liner etock than ear. These (roods will arrl ?e In a few days. Walt and see them.
M anofactner of all kin is of
BOOTS AND SBOES
Gents' Fine Shoes a specialty. Repairing done neat y and promptly
A share of y onr patronage respectfully solicited.
1618 Second Avenue. Roek Island, 111.
pen for the Season,
(moltne aventje) j0Q Huber's Garden
PASTOR AND PEOPLE.
Assigniueut of Churches by the
Tit Apalntrarnt4 Made l.y Bl-hop
Joyce Yesteiday Afternoon
llto Xcw Minister or the
Fit at Church.
A magnificent place for picnics, parties, etc.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Bnop corner Twenty-second stwt and Ninth arenoe. Residence 2935
trin prepared to take estimates and do all kinds of Oa -penter work. G1t him a trial.
mirnan RESTORED !S?r
KB -.Wl sraprnte to care nil nrrvons li.ea.en, such as Writ MrrnvrT.
ti 4T1 mmm of Hram i,iwt, flvatlitrlie. Wa ;ef uln-ui. Lost Manhood. Niiihtlr Kmls
N -iCTk.' Slons. rervmiAieii. lANNitiidp.alWIn In. null I.imm tf tuwarnr tl.A t-u..Aru... .
Omana In either sex cauMit tT orer exertion, vonthful Arnvii.rip.rMir.
fms ue of tobacco, opium or stimulants wtneb soon lead to Innrmitr. Consurnp.
eT'JIS. tion aud Insanity. Put npconveniel t tocarrT In Tout pocket. I per pack-
oriwiinaiw munty. circular tree. A tdresa A cre Heed Co., Chtcoao, III.
sale in Rock Island by Hartz & Bahnsen, 8d Ave. and 20 Ih street
At the concluditg sessiou cf iLe Cen
tral Illinois conference at Moline at 4
o'clock yesterday aflernoon, Bishop
Joyce read the following assignment cf
ministers to charges for the ensuing year:
ROCK ISLAXD DISTRICT.
Presidio? elder M A Head, Rock IjI-
ani; Ale do, John Wilkinson; Altona, R
Hane; Atkinson, G LK ui; Bradford,
O M Wunlevy; Bud. O V Peregoy.
Cambridge, R V Ani't; Colons, J A Al
ford; Oiiya, F II Cummina; Genesto. J
W Haney; Hamptoa. J Q Adams; Illi
nois City, G E Alford; Ktitbsburg, Ei-
ward Wastnutn; Kewanee, K G Pierce;
LaFajelte. Peter Warner; Milan, V R
Carr; Miilersburg. John Gimpsoo; Moline.
First cburco, A M Stocking; Moline,
Second church, S L Guthrie; Neponset,
C TCady; New Boston, I Willet Puffet;
ew Windsor and iola.J H tscott; Orion
andOsco, J W McCord; Hiok Prairie, E
W Thompson; Port Broo, Henry Brinks;
Pre-emption, M M McCreigbt; Reynolds,
J A Riason: Rock Island First church.
F W Merrill; Ninth street to be supplied;
Rock Rier. T C DaTis; Sheffield, G M
Webber; Taylor Ridue, W J hletr; Tia
kilwa, B E Caufman; Victoria, N G
CUtk; Woodhull. D McLeub.
Presiding Elder C O McCulloch.
Peoria; Krimfield, W J Minium; Bryant,
Charles Dunlevy; Canton, E 3 Wilson;
Caillicothe, A R Jones; Cuba, W U H;tci
cock; Dunlap, H B Ward; Elmwoorf, H
RAIetcalf; Fairview, J F James; Farm
ington, V C Randolph; GHssford. D C
Mar i i;G;oveland,Dolphus Smitb; Iltnna
City, Daniel Cool; Henry, William Wool
Icy; Ipava, S P James; Eickapoo, J W
Moles; La Prame, E M Bentley; Lawn
Ridge, J N Fawcett; Lewiston, G fi John
son; Manito, William Pratt; Pekin, JD
Calhoun; Peoria, First church, II D Clark;
Hale chapel, J R Wolf; Madison avenue,
O S McCown; Wesley, J A Johnson;
Priuceville, Alexander Smitb; Providence,
JTuitt; Spsrlaud. W B Snoop; Summit,
EC Anderson; Toulon. WK Wiley; Tri
Toli, WR Rice; Vermont. E N Bentley;
West Jersey, G M Kelly; WhileBeld, J B
Diile; Willialn field, Ilermin Coolidge;
Wvouiing, Thomas Chipperflsld; Yates
City, T Pettinger; W H Hunter, agent
Conference Claimants' society, member of
rirst church quarterly conference.
Presiding elder J S Cumming, Mon
mouth; Abingdon, Richard Crews; Br
dolph. J J Hunter; Bintley, W F Djd
man, Berwick and Catnerna. L?wis
Spticger; Biggsville, R T B.llew; Blan
dinsyiile, H J Boatman; Burnside, E F
Roe; Bushnell. R E Buckey; Car haze. J
A Xorihrup; Colchester, W A Cumming;
Dallas City, Samuel AlQrecbt; Evanston,
S P Archer; Galesburg, G J Luckev;
Good Hope. HC Birch; Hermoa. W P
Weekly; Kirkwood, Robert Barton;
Kooxville, Vincent Aten; Macomb, J D
Smitb; Mequon, A M Bowlin; Mon
mouth, R A Brown; North Henderson, T
J Wood: Oneida, William Watson;
Oquawka. W H Cooper; Pennington
Pjint. J W Edwards; Prairie City. V II
Brink; Kantan, (J r Crane; Roseville, M
C Bowlio; Sunbeam. T A Beali; Terra
Haute, G D Hensell; Walnut Grove, W
G Hearne; Wataca. A P Beall.
J G Evans, president, J R Jaques and
A A Waters, professors in Hedumg col
lege, members of Abingdon quarterly
Presiding Elder Thomas Doney, Pon
tiac; Belle Plain, XD Hanef; Caenoa, J
H Ryan; Colfax. L D King; Cornell, W
C Knapp; Cropsey.JF Foreman; Dana,
JWLowther: Deer Creek, O A H De la
Gardie; Dwight. A M Conard; Et Paso,
M V B Wnite; Eureka, 8 E Steele. Flana
gan, J A E'mondson: Grand Ridge, F R
Lord; Grid.ey, J P McCormick: Henne
pin, Aaron Bo wen; Hudson, H E Sey
mour; Lacon, W W Carr; La Rosa, J E
Wasson; Lfxington, J Frizzell; Metmora,
W A Boss; Magnola, J T Bliss; Minonk,
KB Seai en; Munster. DA Prrun; Nor
mal. C W Ayhne; OJell, T C Moots;
Pontiac, Joe Bell; Ranson. C A Moorf ;
Ro&nonk. J H McMten; Selma, W D
H Young; Streator, G C Schaffer;
Tonlca. C W Wcr all; Towanda, D F
Wilson; Verona. J L Mil er, Washburn.
J E Connor; Washington. O T Dwinell;
Wenona, John Rogers; Wenona Circuit.
I W Puffer. B W Biker. agent of Illnois
Ykesiyan university, and M P Lackland,
president of Chaddock Co'lige, members
of quaittr'y cotftrenct; G A Coo',
member of Pontic quarterly conftrence.
KA5KAKEE DI.-TF.ICT .
Presiding elder B F Talltnan, Kauka-
ket; Braid wood, J G Blair; Braceville,
W G Miller; Buckingham, J F Birnetl
Buckley. I O Mallory; Campus. MC
E gnus: Chebanse, T M Harri; Uliftrm,
Jo;iah Bante; Coal City ard F.Hx. B T
Ma'.ux; Crescent City. M L Miller; Dl
Rey, W J V.arr; Dese!m, W F
Jamesson, E-sex. D W Francis;
iairbury. E F Cullom, Forest and
Cbatvworth. J E Mtrcer; Gnodwioe.
E G Citterniole; Oilman, G Frank Steel;
Grant Park, J E Tavlor: Iroquois, D W
Francis; Kankakee, Grace, T W Mc
Vety; Kankakee, Trinity, B F Eckley;
lvempton, u W Uordes; LoJa. U H Fig
Sine; Manteno, 8 P Alford; Mazon, G L
Tavlor; McDowell, J H Hobbs; Melvin.
CLDavenport; Milford, R D Russell;
Momence, J F Robinson; Onarga, A K
Tullis; Fiper City and LaHogue, A M
Lumkin; Saunemin, Jolm Saiall; Shel
don, M VCrumbaker; Sibley and Strawn,
L H Alford; Waidron, P A St John;
VVatseka, R B Williams; Willington, R
L Vivian; Samuel Van Pelt, presided,
and C E Pickett, professor in Grand
Prairie seminary, members of Onaria
quf.rterly conference, L Mc Lean, Coica.
cago, secretary American Sabbaih unior.
Grace cbUTCb, Kankakee district.
Rev. F. W. Merrill, the new pastor of
tbe Rock I.-land First church, succeeding
Bev. G. W. Gue who goes to Portland,
Ore., comes from Dwight, III., and is re
g trded as one of the most ab'.e divines of
tbe Methodist church in the state. He
an eloquent pulpit orator and likewise
hes been successful in his pastoral labors.
Ui is a middle sged man and tbe congre
gation of tbe First church think tbey bave
been very fortunate in securing him.
J. K. Emm t In "Frln la Ireland .
At Harper's theatre tonight, J. K. Em
met, supported by an excellent company.
will present "Frits in Irtlind."
In this production Mr. Emmet has
spared neither labor nor expense to make
it one of the leading successes of tie
season. The play, cs originally written
by Carlton, has undergone extensive alter
ation and revision in text and plot. The
action of the play is laid in Germany and
Ireland, and tbe outlines of the scenery
compose some of the finest views on
tbe Rhine and by the famous lakes
of Killarney. This scenery has been
especially painted for the piece from
sketches made on the spots illustrated.
Nothing that the foresight of expetienctd
playwrights could suggest has been emit
ted in the scenic accessories of the pity.
Mr. E rime I'd long experience as a mansger
has supplied him with ready facilities for
the selection of the best general aud spe
cialty artists possessing chart cteristics
adapted to the various dialects and ats
tributes required for the play. A splen
did success is predicted for Mr. Emmet's
newly revised production of the play.
Diamond Jo's Wealth.
The Chicago Herald says that the estate
of tbe late Diamond Jo Reynolds runs up
to $15,000,000. nothing less; and that one
of the principal bequests is for the found
ing of a manual training school in Chi
cago. It is suggested that E J. Jeffrey,
foimerly general manager of tbe Illinois
Central, is to be one of the administra
tors of tbe vast estate. If the Herald is
in the right as to the amount of money
possessed by Mr. Reynolds it has giyen a
surprise amounting to a genuine shock to
the people along the Mississippi river,
some of whom bad a chance to know
about tbe affairs of tbe dead millionaire.
It has never before been intimated that he
was worth more than $3,000,000. The
Herald intimates that he became immense
ly wealthy from his Arizona silver mine
Lots for Sale
la Huber & Peetz' addition ta the city of
Rock Island, being the late Bailey Dav
enport's homestead, nicely and centrally
located, within five blocks of the post-
office. Title perfect. Terms liberal.
For particulars apply to tbe undersigned
at the People's National bank or on the
premises. John Peetz.
I had catartb of the head and throat
for five years. I used Ely's Cream Balm,
and from the first application I was re
lieved. The sense of smell, which bad
been lost, was restored after using one
bottle. I hava found tbe balm the only
satisfactory remedy for catarrh, and it
has effected a cure in my case. H. L.
Meyer, Waverly, J. Y.
J. S. Darrah,
The Hustling Twelfth Street
Is provided with every
thing good to eat for
a Sunday Dinner
All kinds of Cheese
Limburg, Brick and Green,
And everything good in heme
A fine assortment of coffees and
Fine French sardines, best
Genuine imported Lucca oil
from Leghorn, Italy.
Potted ham in cans.
Potted ox tongue in cans.
Fine canned Oregon salmon,
just the thing for cold lunch.
Armour and Gilmore ham.
Extra family breakfast bacon.
Fresh laid eggs.
Dried beef in hunks for slicing.
Armour extract beef.
Canned corn beef.
Spring chickens dressed to
YOUR TRADE IS SOLICITED
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I Third Ave.
ill. flli ! ifi1-! CjlM
Tile and (J
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