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ATOFUP. TTEPNESDAY. MAY 18, 1892
A HAPPY OCCASION.
Annnal Congregational Meeting at
th: Broadway Church.
A u PEOPLE'S PARTY."
fteanlon nnd Mapper last Evening
The Addrrsean and nneie,
I Icrtlon ;f Elders,
-wriv. ;c fnkfin: it is pleasant
Kwng'to the taste, and acts
K promptly on theKidneya,
"and Bowels, cleanses i the sys
Aually, diels cold, head
and fevers and cures habitual
:5tion. Svrup of Fagsisthe
:fmedv of its kind ever pro
! ,jineto the taste and ac-
,i . ,.ro-.Vi nrATirnt. in
,V j tO lilt MUlimvu, -
In ond truly beneficial in its
T Tiwmred only from the most
i-'". . iMmmmsnHit
. .excellent quuv,
j; and have made it the most
..... nf Fir? is for sale in 75c
'!v,r nlf leading druggists.
"reliable druccist who may not
:. v,omi will procure it
e ii uu i .
Tilth- for anv one who wt&uea
-v it Manufactured only by the
HU FIG SYRUP CO.,
blSVILLE, KY. MEWYOHK.H.X
T. B. KKIDT.
KVe still bare a few desirable
s in LvikVsi additir n Come
rce and se cure a beautiful
Tirs Inrcrasse a Specialty.
03 Second Avenue, upstairs.
Hie for Stock
In th Sfcond 6eries of the
me Building and Loan Asso-
uod. oi Jock island.
A safer and better investment
&n Government Bonds, be
ase the loans are made only
on established values and it
more than three times as
The coigregation of the Broadway
I Preebjteriun church held ita annual
meeting, attended by a reunion supper
last evening, which proved one of the
happiest a id most Interesting events in
the church history of Rock Island. Two
hundred members of the church attended.
Two long tables reaching the entire
length of the Sunday school room, and
two shorter ones extending into the al
cove were nicely arranged. SDread and
decorated. After all had been seated,
prayer was offered by A. M. Blakesley,
when the time was eiven to the social
and practical discussion of the menu. It
was as follows:
"They eat. they drink, mndin communion 8wpt
Qunff iium.trtu'.ity and joy. '
Cold Haai. Dressed Egg With Lotto ch.
Cold Tot cue. Boston Brown Bread,
eal Loaf. Kolls.
Pickets, Bread and Butte r.
Come and Tea,
Ice and Cake.
"Who rises from a east
With tha-. keen appetite that he .its down?"
Then came the entertaining programme
ot the evetiing.
"GLEANINGS FROM THE WORK AND GREET
INGS FROM THE WORKERS."
wss the he id under which they were giv
en. From the choir under the inscriD-
tion. "With All the Choicest Music of the
Kingdom Together Sang. Misses Nellie
Barnhart and May Walker rendered a
delightful duet. In the way of "Needle
and Thread We Sew, sew, Prick our
Fingers, Dull Our Sight, Producing
What?" an excellent paper had been
prepared bj Mrs. H. B. Sudlow and was
read by Mrs. Phil Mitchell.
Followicg this were the "Heralds of
Glad Tidings," papers being read as foK
From tho Ladies' Missionary society
The Won cu That Puuliah the Tidings
are a Great Host." Mrs. J. R. Mills.
From Ruth's Band "And Ruth Said:
Let Me Go to the Field Now and Glean"
Miss Mary Case.
From v iilice Workers "Ours to
Work as Well as Pra'' Miss Carrie
From the BtiBy Bees "Behold a
Swarm of Bscs and Honey" Mrs. G. M.
From the Ladies South Park Mission
"A Citv Tnat is Set on a Hill Cannot
be Hid" Jlisj Florence Stewart.
Under the heading, "The Hope of the
Cnurch and Nation These Words That
I Command Thee This Day
Thou Shalt Teach Them Diligently to
Thy Childr-;n,"Dr. J. W. Stewart spoke
for the Broadway and S. D. Cleland for
the South Park Sunday school.
Then catae the announcement of sub
ten interest besides the
onnt invented and the profite Ject9 with responses as follows:
ul be withdrawn at n-ntr timp "The Young Peoples Army fut on
pey loaned at lowest rateB.
R. A. DOSALDSON, Becretary.
px Romas 3. 4. B and 6 Masonic Temple.
Best Line of
TS and furniture
the Whole Armour of God" A D. Sper
'The Yonerables The Elders That
Rule Well Count Worthy of Double
Honor" C. C. Mclntire.
'The Keepers of the Key, you may
Trust then; in the Dark" C. A. Rose,
W. B. Ferguson.
Forward "ripeak unto the Children of
Israel that they go Forward Rev. W.
THE ELECTION OF ELDERS AND TRUSTEES
came next, with the following result:
Elders 3. D. Cleland, Dr. A. H. Mc-
Trustees S. J. Keator, C. A. Rose,
Frank Mix er, George M. Loosley.
"The Friends over There" was tne topic
for tilent neditation after which all sang
"We shall reach the sutrmer land.
Some sweet day by and by;
We shall press the golden strand
Some sweet day Dy ana by;
Oh, the loved ones watching there.
By the Tree of Life so fair.
A ill we ci me their joy to share
borne sweet day by and by."
The benediction came next and then
adjournment to the auditorium for socia
bility and the selection of sittings for the
lart-'iKt and but line of
S THE THREE CITIES.
G. 0. BTTmrsT a tttvp
f and 1811 Second Ave.
Convention In Keek Island
In accordance with a notice that had
been sent out to different parts of the
state announcing a people's and labor
convention to be held at the court house
in this city yesterday, about 20 repres
entatives, mostly from this county and
outside this city and Moline, gathered
there yesterday afternoon. William
Letsch, of Carbon Cliff, was made chair
man and Bro. Barber, of Port Byron,
was elected secretary. After appointing
a committee on credentials and the same
having reported, the work of selecting a
place for holding the state convention
was taken u and Danville was selected
as the place, after which it was decided
to push Representative Taubeneck for
governor, Adam Hoffstetter. of Rapids
City, Bro. Barber, of Port Byron and
William Letsch, of Carbon Cliff, being
appointed delegates to such convention.
It was also decided to hold a congres
sional convention at Monmouth June 14,
and legislative and county convention
later, no dates being fixed for the latter.
The platform of the party, which had
its origin in St. Louis, was read and
adopted, and after arranging some of the
minor details the convention adjourned.
for the table.
"aye lnst rro!na o .nr,1n
An important meeting is to be held at
the office of Jackson & . Hurst this eve
ning to cot eider a plan of action looking
to the offering of all possible assistance
and encour igement to the entry of the J.
S. E. road into the city. The company
has secure 1 a majority of the frontage
id to the city, but needs more before going
to the. council for its franchise. The
company s representative now comes to
our citizen and asks for the aid that is
essential to the success of the undertak'
ing. That help should be cheerfully and
earnestly g ven an enterprise which is of
so much in portance to Rock Island.
William Bosfeld and Etnil DePape were
each fined $3 and costs yesterday.
C. W. Oums, for a month past janitor
at the Rock Island Y. M. C. A. building,
having come here on recommendation
from Chicago, left unceremoniously last
night, taking with him the day's receipts
from membership fees, amounting to $18,
but as there was some salary due him the
Ioes will not exceed $10 50. The presi
dent and directors of the association
tracked Ohms to Davenport this
morning and succeeded in getting the
equivalent for a portion of the stolen
property. Ohms did not do any collect
ing for the association.
Officer Herman, the new night patrol
man, had his first thrilling expe
rience last night ( by having
a revolver snapped at him twice
by a drunken man whom he was trying
to Ret out of a shed, that the latter had
gone into up on .Moline avenue. He was
bringing him out on complaint of the
owner of the shed, when the fellow drew
a revolver and snapped it twice at the
officer, who thereupon got at him and ad
ministered a good clubbing. He was
taken to the Armory in the patrol wagon
where Dr. Ktnyon dressed the wounds on
his head, and this morning he was taken
before Magistrate Wivill where he gave
his name as William Stephens, and the
magistrate held him in bonds of $200 to
to the September term of the circuit
The Abt er Gile, Robert Dodds. Pilot,
R. J. Wheeler and Verne Swain came
down, and the J. G. Chapman, J. K.
fir vpa rv J. Caffrev. Dais v. Pilot and
""J, bowls and other table Verne Swa n passed up
8 ware. whiV. in.ln4a The stag! of water at the Rock Island
L . ' AUVA lAlAC 111A I 1 VI
iJC ea Tn
14118 Season's shaven unrl
ternsinberrv RPts fnnr
irk-.. " ' l
TUT nycknm a-v atiH I
pretty and cheap.
tno . , . "-'J' Mwn,y
o.e in spring and Bam-
wouldn't you 'like to
" ua Bee it?
Q. M. Looblxt.
bridge at n xn today
temperature was 67.
was 9 00, and the
For the lnefit of all persons who have
not paid tbair personal property tax in
the city of Rock Island the same Is now
past due. I have appointed j.jn. uuntoon
to collect same. All taxea net paid at
once will I subject to collection as the
law provides, which I shall inforce. :
May 14 Robert Marshall to G W
Walker, lot 4, block 1. Sinnett's Second
addition, Rock Island, $1,150.
James McBarney to C F Hemenway,
part lot 7, block 1, Moline on Bluff, $1.
Anson Candee to William uoyle. lot 1,
block 3, Candee Grove, South Moline,
Paul A Keller to Vina B Kerr, part lots
9 and 10, Huntoon s addition, Moline,
Charles Atfcinson by executor, to C F
Hemenway, lot 38, and part lots 37, 82,
18, lw, assessors plat of jao.OW.
Bailey Davenport to William Wood
ward, part out lot 49, assessor's half 864,
Alfred Zstterman to John A Holm, lot
3, block 3, Healey's First addition to Mo
Charles P Ryder to David K Hooyer,
part of low 5 and 6, block, C F Edwards'
addition to Moline, $1.
C Chamberlain to heirs to Christine
Peterson, lot 2, block 4, Atkinson's Sec
ond addition to Moline, SI.
L S Webber to Ester Brown, 30 feet
lot 6. block 21, Old Town of Rock Isl
William S Marquis to Jennie Baker,
Dart lot 4. L 8 Webber's subdivision,! 70.
Osborn & Curtis to John IS tfrunn.part
lots 3. 4. 5 and 6. block 43, Lower addi
tion to Rock Island, $500.
C M Oiborn to J C Rasmussen, wj lot
3 and 4 b'.ock 15, Old Town of Rock Isl
and, $3 80.
16 Estate of Susan A. Garnett Roy
of notice to creditors filed.
Insanity of Adelia M. Fountain. Jury
impanneled,and verdict insane and not a
pauper, and ordered commmea 10 oen
tral insane hospital at Jacksonville.
Guardianship of Minnie Wagner. Let
tera of puardianshio issued to Mary E.
Metzgar. Bond filed and approved.
Connty Collector' Blotlee.
The townships hereinafter mentioned
will be sold for the delinquent taxes of
1891 if not oaid by the following date:
June 6. 1893 Coe. Canoe Creek and
June 7, 1892 -Coal Valley, Rural and
June 8. 1892 Cordova, Port Byron
June 9. 1892 Edgington, Buffalo
Prairie and Drurv .
June 10, 1892 Andalusia, Black Hawk
nrl South Rock Island.
Jnne 11. 1892 South Moline, Rock
Island and Moline.
The above will be carried into effect
without fail. Thomas Campbell.
County Treasurer and ex-Offlcio County
Blare Threatened Ateotraetloo From
. the Overflow.
St. Lotjib, May 18. The banks the
B. & Q dike at East St. Louis gave way
early this morning; and the water is rush
ing in at a terrible rate. . People are flee
ing for their Uvea and a vast amount oi
damage is being done to property.
Bsv. Wm. Hoiluiibad.
Pastor of the Presbyterian chucrh of
Sparta, N. J., voluntarily writes strongly
in favor of Hood's Sarsaparilla. He
says: "Nothing I know of will cleanse
the blood, stimulate the liver or clean
the stomach like this remedy. I know of
scores and scores who have been helped
or cured by it."
The highest praise has been won bv
Hood's Pills for their easy, yet efficient,
Miles' Nerve and Xdver Pills.
Act on a new princiDle regulating the
liver, stomach and bowels through the
nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles'
Pills speedily cure billiousness. bad taste.
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Un
equalled for men, women, children.
Smallest, mildest, surest! 50 doses 25
cents. Samples free at Hartz & Bahn
Testimonial from Hon. S. P. Hughes.
judge 8upreme court, Little Rock, Ark:
"1 naye used your Diamond spectacles
about a Tear, and haye found tbem clear,
easy to the eyes and very satisfactory. I
prefer them to any I have used.
Simon P. Hughes.
These spectacles are for sale bv T. H.
Thomas, agent for Rock Island.
About your feet hurting you, when
Chryso Corn Care will cure corns, bun
ions, etc. Every bottle warranted at
Hartz & Bahnsen's.
Cubeb Cough Cure One minute.
For sale by all druggists. Hartz &
Bahnsen, wholesale druggists.
A handsome complexion is one of the
greatest charms a woman can possass
Pozaoni's Complexion powder gives it.
Burtis Opera House,
CHAS. T. KINDT. Manager.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 18th.
Closing of the Season.
'Nothing Succeeds Like Success."
In berJOricinal Character, "HAZKL."
With the original "Dnnstan," C. W. CotT.IocK.
supported by Fb.nk Wston, as "Pit'acns
Cireen." and a carefully selected compa
ny, in the greatest of all Madison
Square 1 beatre successes.
ALaujrhter and Tear-prodncicg domestic
Comedy Drama, played bv them 2,000
"Haz?l KIrke poes Horns to every Heart."
Prices Sl.00. 75. 50 and 2' c. Seats on sale at
Fluke's Telephone No. 20
TUT A T7" Ort In the Chapel at Augustana Col
lll r J iJ lege, the seventh annual musi
cal entertainment given ny tne
Angustana Conservatory of Music
at 8 o'clock p. m. Admission free.
In the Auditorium in Moline
at 8 o'clock in tbe evening of
commencement aay ai Augusiana io jee, a great
mnsiral festival in instrumental and vocil parts.
given by the great orchestra (40 pieces), solo vo
calist, AugnsUna Conservatory choir, etc. Con
ductor, Dr. Gustus frtole. Admission to cents.
to select from. Why pay 40 cents
to $i.uu lor wnicti yon can
get tor 10 cents at
C. C. TAYLOR,
1717 Secotd Avenne.
To call yoor attention to a few facts:
Tour eyesight is priceless the eyes need good
imnrouer spectacles are 10
peddlers of cheap spectacles.
H D. FOLSOM
Is a Practical Optician, and will take pains to
properly Ot your eye for every defect of vision
should rot trust your eyesight to irresponsible
I guarantee a perfect fit in every case.
in, t dMkwn, ra at in mm.
First and foremost m Up lots" ti h niTcd
will be accom 1st ons on lines which we are . los
ing ont not ordering any moro 4 bnttots,
6 buttons. 6 bnttons : not e.arv !- nnr. v.r.
color. There are blacks; there are browns, some
tans, greys, etc. l-ome have stit hd btoks,
otoers are plain. In the !ot are both dressed and
ndressedkids We nut tha ntirv lnt nni nr.
Monday noming at S o'clock, promptly at 9; all
the 4. 5 and 6 bnttnn lenptha s, an
This is for Monday. Ths assortment will not be
so gooa on Tnrsaav. Therefore 1 nesdav's price
will b j only 45c; Wednesday the go at 4tc,
Thntsc'aT at f5c. Fr.riav at .1 H th k.t.n
of what we have left on Satnrday will be closed
v nr pair, i ne lot includes gloves which have
been sold at 41.8K, Si.lt. 92c and 75c, all
are now offied from 60c dowa to 85c
Don't foreet that the first day the astortment
must be much better than can be found later in
If tbe lines in this diamond figure do not
appear equally black in all the different
meridians, it indicates a defect of sight
that causes nervous head-ache and should
be corrected at once. Lyes tested tree. .
: H. D.'foLSOM,
Jeweler and Optician.
Call attention to to a grand
for this week's sale.
line of Kid Glorea I ? '
One lot of 10 button length glace Mosquetaire
K'd Gloves, colors and blacks, will be sold at 7c.
One lot 10 button length undressed Noqae
taire kid gloves, only In -colors, go at 73, were
All of onr "Mather" lacinr glives go this week
at SI .0t per pair. This includes all erades boti
co.orea ana o:acas.
quality all included.
The celebrated Biarritz gloves.
greys, tann and all the new shades, with both
black and white stitched backs, all $1 00 a pair.
We also have full lines of onr regular St. Maris
gloves at $1.(0
The great novelty in gloves is the new high col
ors, cardinal, lemon, nile. light bine and pink with
both black and white trimmings. We show a
large line of these novelties.
Fnll li nes of wash leathsr gloves, also white and
yellows chamois sain glove at 97c a pair.
None reserve 1. The $1.6S
Our regular lines of the celebrated "Centimsre" gloves will be kept in
splendid assortment during this sale, with our well known lower prices
than they are sold either in Chicago or New York.
The celebrated standard patterns and fashion sheets for June are now
ready for distribution. They are tbe best.
McO ABE BROS.
1720. 1722 and 1724 Second Avkito.
The Reasons Why the
CENTRAL SHOE STORE
Is the place to buy your slioe6:
"v. e can show you the largest and most complete stock in
different styles and prices in the three cities,
A few of our leaders:
Children's Shoes, 25, 30 and 50 cents.
Childten's Tip Shoes 93 cents.
Children's School Sho?s 75 cents.
"Women's Serge Buskins 40 cents.
Women's Oxfords at all prices.
We have the best and most stylish $3 cloth top ladies'
shoe that can be produced. Also the largest line of men's
$3 shoes. We are headquarters for the celebrated mule
skin shoes. Remember the place,
Harper House Block. - 1818 Second Avenue.
Needs a thorough cleansing out in the spring, and
Dr. Manns Celettfl Blood Purifier
Is the medicine to cleanse it.
One bottle will convince you that this is a great
blood purifier and tonic, and will place your systemjn
prime condition. Price 75c per bottle at
T. H. Thomas' Drug Store.
P. S. Thomas' Pills are god spring medicine, too.
Adams Wall Paper Co.
For all Kinds"of
P APER HANGING
STORES -Bock Island, Moline, Davenport, Beynolds.
MARBLES for this sale:
8 American agates for lc
10 chimes for lc
BALLS Battlers 5c
Champion, a regular 15s ball.... 10c
Boy's dead ball 15c
SEEDS Garden Seeds 3 for 6c
Flower Seeds 4c
PENCIL BOX This is a new box
with combination lock, no keys to
get lost, only 10c
- SPECIAL 8ALE.
Rice Root Scrubs this week 8s.
' 1703 Second Ave.
Our line of EasteriKovelties is now
complete. . L. Prang & Co., are keeping
up their reputation in choice booklets
Our assortment of Easter Celluloid
Novelties is similar to those we had in
Valentines, and only have to be seen to
be appreciated. They are all finished
with the emblems suggestive of the day.
N. B. You are invited to call and see
GEORGE H. KINGSBURY. .
1703 and 1705 Second avenue. Telephone No 131.