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HONORING OUR HEROES.
Fitting Tribute to oar Sleeping
EXERCISES AT THE COCRT HOUSE.
Addreanes by Ma J. H. C. Connelly
and Prof. Bartholomew and the
tirstd Army Ritual.
lin'.i-'isi "'"J uvii
:,s:..i will procure it
-.- one who wishes
, iurcd only by the
FIG SYRUP CO.,
siv FftANCISCO, CAL.
T. B. fiElDY.
Esit' and itsurance.
1:''. 1( K SAl.K.
Had not old probs been over doing it
in rain effects Of late, b,e would have been
credited with contributing his part to
ward the solemn events for which Me
morial day is set forth. The day of na
tional mourning for those whose lives
were given thit the flag of the free and
the brave migit continue unsullied for
ever, was as it always is, fittingly ob
served in Roc Island today.
The various organizations participate
ins; in the parade and ctrcmonies in the
city, assembled on Twentieth street in
the vicinity cf Spencer square at 9:30
was formed mu'er ihc direction of Gen.
W. A. Schiiiht atnl proceeded down Seci
ond avenue in the following order:
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in j,,,""' al Wv Ju'y e"n. on tha
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'1th day of May, A. D.
. a. JxlUNSTON,
Ci.;n. Schmilt, Chief Mrahal, and Charles itod
di rd, Aide, mounted.
Iile ler'f Bund, IT pieces
Kodmau Rifles under command of Cant. W. T.
Sore of Veterans, of keynuldrt, and John Morris
ttuii, ui.d -r ciiinm na of opt . J . 11. Lidders.
Churi-irx Mart u Band.
It i ford rot. U. A. K.
Kock eland Fir.. Dcoartmeut.
The Mtmoiial services
AT THE SOLDIERS' MONUMENT
in court house square were necessarily
somewhat shortened on account of the
min, which c utinued to fall during al
most, the euti "e time of the exercises. The
moi.ument wis profusely decorated with
fltus atd flowers, as was also the speak
its' stand. A. large number of prominent
citiztns and old soldiers sat upon the
platform, and the assemblage was first
KdJri's&ed by Msi. II. C. Connelly, who
spoke as follows:
Again Men orial dav is with us. Again
we hhve assembled to do honor to the
mi mory of cur heroin dead. Again we
come 10 sirew flwers over the graves of
i ur depar'f-d ct mradt-s.
Ti.is I'liHLinn is ntculiar to us as a ceo-
uIj. No otier nation has ever bed i
fixed d-iv to :iDnu!lv commtmorate the
I'.eath ofttine who died for their coun
try. 'I his is iustic:: to our dead soldiers
be livuic 01 es have some enemies out
he great uihss of the pec pie is with them
No mailt r uo he is or where he comes
from the man who tavots a tax on in
comes by ci ngrefs to pay pensions 13
tLtir ent-mv, and as an example to
imd; ut-neraions it is right. It will
tacit tboe who come after us, snouut
occi.si'-n r( a ire n, to spring to me res
cue of llieir ocuntrv's honor. It will ttll
hem tbti. a grattful people
K II uiuRVl Honor ta ir lueiuury
la the aucals of the world no greater
devotion to country has ever been sown
thp.n thtt exaibitc.l by the sons of the re
public in ou- lute trouble. Oat o. 20,-
KMidO uf people 2,1.00,000 rallied
around 'bet Id llitf with the warmest cie
v,)t ion . Ai d whut sp'.indid fightiug they
iu! We hid four ",ong years of untiling.
Fi-r stut-.born resistance, for splcndia
courage and for thriUing incidents the
world has id par.-llel. Over 2,000 battles
and fckiruiisl.es wt-re fought. Oae half
million of p-.triots lost their lives. More
than 100,(00 died from shot and
sh'll; over 200 0(H) died in ho3 i
tals 'and .25,0t:Q moie .iiC'iargcd
from wrutds unci diseafe, death soon
striking half of them, in reuei pr.soas
wt re sacrificed 70.000 of our b-otners.
This is T.hy emorial Mday is hal
lowed. Mi.ty of the great wars oi
other nations" were waged for Bpoils,
nd to advance the interests of tneir
rulers Ours was fought lor tne purest,
love of country. 1'eace to me memo
ry of our d'.'partid heroes!
At the coaclusion oi 5 uj. oiiucuj a
remarks a male q lartette composea oi
Prof. Grifflis, Sewall Dodge, Prof Bishop
and Frank Robinson rendered some
vocal music after which there was prayer
by Rev. J. II. Korr, and after some more
vocal music by the quartette Prof. Bar
tholomew ddivered an able address. lie
began by speaking of the love of the
American j eop'e for their fallen heroics,
and of the beautiful custom of decora
t iti" the graves of those who lost their
lives in de ense of their country. He
spoke brit fl of the vicissitude and privas
tions that -he soldiers encountered on
southern ba tlefields and in glowing- words
praised them for their deeds of daring.
The speaker contended that it was not a
factional Cf ht, but a struggle for a grand
and noble principle. He closed his re
marks by p-onouncing a fitting eulogy on
the soldier d-'ad. Af.er the speaker
had finithec, the Grand Araoy ritualistic
service was conducted at the monument
by Chaplain Ranson of Buford post, which
closed the exercises there.
ON THE ISLAND.
The ceremonies at the national ceme
tery on ths islend this afternoon were
conducted by Graham Post, of Moline, a
large number of veterans and others from
this city and Davenport participating
M. R. Met: gar, of Moline acted as mar
Bhal of the day. The programme of ser
vices was as follows:
Calling a mblage to order by president of the
dav, W. C. bl evens.
Heading of general orders by W. C. Bennett,
adjutant pro em.
Mus c by L ght Guard band.
Prayer Kef. J. M. Mcknight.
Miuic by cl.olr.
AddreeB Piwt Commander W. . Sterena.
Oration Rav. S. I. Guthrie.
Music Bat d.
Knntr nlM alnb.
Dirge Band, Midlers forming in cemetery and
children taking position at toe grave.
itilnal aerr ce conducted by the commander
and officer or Qraham post. . . .
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MEMORIAL SERVICE AT THE BROADWAY.
There was Memorial exercises at the
Broadway Presbyterian church yesterday
morning. The handsome" 'e'dffice was
crowded, large delegations from the
Women's Relief corpse 80ns of Veterans
and Rodman Rifles being present. The
service was opened with an organ voluc
tary which was followed by an anthem
by the church choir. . The congregation
then aanK the "Doxology," after which
mere was a responsive service ana a
hymn by the choir. Prayer was offered
by 8. D. Cleland, and after more sacred
music Rev. W. S. Marquis delivered his
memorial sermon, his subiect being.
"The Irrepressible Cent! ct." It was bo
interesting scholary effort in which tte
speaker after mentioning the causes that
led up the civil war spoke briefly of its
effect, after which he touched lightly on
the leading ques'ions of the present day,
mentioning the race problem, the educa
tional and temperance question? and the
relations of church and state. At the
conclusion of the sermon there was a re
sponsive service followed by prayer, and
after some more sacred music the scr-
yices were closed with prayer, and benediction.
This afternoon a committee of Buford
post went out to the cemeteries near the
city to decorate the craves of the soldiel
The police, Bleuer's band and fire d-
partment all presented a handsome ap
pearance in new uniforms.
It ii Rot What We Bay,
But what Hood's Sarsaparilla does, that
makes it sell, and has given it such a firm
and lasting bold upon the confidence of
the people. The voluntary statements
of thousands of people prove beyond
question that this preparation possesses
wonderful medicrnal power.
Hood's Pills cure constipation by re
storing the peristaltic action ef the alii
mentary canal. They are the best family
Jersey ribbed Tests (half
Notice to Water Consumers.
The semi-annual water rent from
May 1 to November 1, 1892. is due
and becomes delinquent after the first
day of June, 169. Patrons are re
quested to make payment to the un
dersigned and save cost.
Collector of Water Rents.
Waves Mountain High
Or somewhat less threaten, during a storm, to
encnlf the venttirons vovaser ou the ten- dchuious
Atlantic. Sometimee he Is torn with deeo despair
at such a juncture, sometimes he is ratoer glad of
it. 'i ne latter condition of mind onto r.s when he
Is sea sick. The diabol cal qualms which he has
undergone, and which arc now a'i?ravated 10 fold
by the pitching of the shiD. render him in n meas
ure indifferent to his fate. This p cture is scarce
ly c-xaicgerated. a wonle whohte been vio'.entlv
sea sick will assure vou. T-avclers and tourists
by sea and land thould always be provided wi h
Hosteller's Stoma' h Bitters as a meats of coun
teracting sea sickness and the nervous disturb
ance or stomachic trouble begotten of uncm
fonablc transit by land or water, or unw holesome
food hastily swallowed at railwty station. Emi
Krants should supply themselves wi'h Hostetter's
Stomach Kilters as a family safeguard against
malaria, stomach, liver and bowel complaints
kidney trouble and .rheumatism.
One case ladles'
one caee lad es' floe ribbed Jersey ve(s. 8c
40 dozen ladies' shai ed body Tests 8c eseh.
30 dossen ladies' Kichnl-u ii-) veBis Kirpytian
arn. tr mmed neck at V4li cents wortli yoc.
One case clo-e imitation lis eves s. er'nrel hAll
stitched neck trimming, this let goes at 14- each.
Hundreds of dozens adies' vptn s'l nnaiiti.
finer and betttr. Every uradc for Mis.-es and
Children fro u lowest to medium qnality.
iu men n am, uoTf zoirts ana drawers we have
Weal'oshow several irraile. nf l(li.,a' Hn.,
and ribbed union suits at ve y attractive prices
On Tuesday moraine wc nlace on sale 10 1 "awn
mowers at prices that will place them on every
awn in the city at ti 97' 3.44 and f 3.U7,
Orange ice at Krell & Math's.
Enos Ailes, wfio has been empbyed
with others in laving tne track up to the
tower was badly injured in an encounter
with anolbtr workman late Saturday
afternoon. Ailes is not as bright as he
might be, and on that account has been
subject to considerable guying by the
other men. On Saturday he lost his
temper, which he sildom does, and
started up the bank toward Tim O'Con
nor, cf Milan, who had been teasing him
more than usual. The latter saw his ap
proach and before Ailes could get up the
bank O'Connor jabbed his shovel into
AiUs' face, cutting an ugly gash in his
nose, and then struck him a blow across
the head with the same weapon that
split his ear and inflicted a scalp wound
on his head. The excitement of tee en
counter threw the unfortunate Ailes into
a fit to which he is subject, and be was
later brought to the city, where he was
attended by Dr. Kinyon who dressed his
wounds, and he is considerably improved
today. O'Connor will probably bo made
to explain the cause of the brutal assault.
Churus of the Ten Hundred.
Moline has done a handsome thing
in getttng up its part of the great cho
rus of the ten hundred voices for the
Tr' 1 ,,., 1, Cr,olft,li..rit TTatf.Vl rtnnTlpr?
the doors of the high' school, 8ih, 7ih
and C.h grades to Tnf. Hartsough for
work with the pupils. These grades
have all nracticed their music and have
received their rehearsal tickets for a
final drill to take place a few days be
fore the Fourth. This has been accom
plished just in the nick of tima as the
schools closed, on Thutslay. The music
committee is pleased with this progress
and hope for the same hearty co-opera
tion on the part of aU concerned in
Rockldand. Let this great demonstra-
Hon on the part of the city schools
in this quadri-cectennial be a success.
CHAS. T. KINDT. Manager.
FRIDAY, JUNE 3d
fecial Engagement of the
Doff Coiic Opera Co.
In their Grind Frcduction of
The Queen's Mate.
The largest Oiginiz.ition in America.
John J. Raffsrl Richard F. Carroll. Wm.
Schuster, Henry Stanley. Melville Stew
art, Carl llartsberg, Ed mllard. Miss
Helen Bertram. Miss Betlina Girard and
Miss Minnie DeRue.
Priccs-t.50. $1.25. S1.00. 75. MO and 45 cents.
Seal sal-Wednesday morning at Fluke's; tele
q ! Sheet
to select from. Why pay 40 cents
to 51 .(Ki for which you caii
get for 10 cents at
C. C. TAYLOR,
Corns and ret one. Ther ml nnf Isat trol-
Evtry tiernon who owns a lawn should a eo own a
flrst-clat-s lawu mowtir.
Monday a. m we p!ae on sile our entire pur
chase of silk and lace iits Our purchases were
made I at fa 1. under certain favorable ciream-"
s ances and at a time when the lowest pointef
price conld be obtained. We now throw these
ba-gains before you aid ate willing to take the
verdict of the people. Here are sj.i e of the
Black lac; m'tts at 7 cents, (you know they are
worth thr. e tinie )
50 dozen b.'aek silk milt at 14 cents, (they oapst
t ' be worth st least thr -e times )
30 d. yen silk mit s t g) cents a pVir, (non
wort'i less than ZTi cents )
S5 diizeu black s lk mitt" att Si cents a palt,
(jo'i cin't tr.atrh them f ir double.)
100 dozen silk uii ts (5 stles) at S5 cents a pair
m'ch any of t em if you ctn.
-3M iljz-n silk mitt dill .tent prices SOc. Sic,
85-, Sic. 49, 44c. 'So and Mlc, any one of which we
show joti as strong. Iciding trade ornweis.
We also have several sty;, s wuieh we shall show
nt tW-:, (i?-: anl 75c wircb we should be lad ta
have compared with any thins to be found west
or east at ihe same pr ces name.
h Idren's mitts at7 and lie a d up to 35c aair
which e show as guanine bnr.nins.
171" Sccot-d Aver.nc.
A COMING EVENT.
Sernesi From nrw Wallare'a otea
Itouk "Ben Hnr." 10 be Illustrated
in Tableau at Harprr'si Theatre
Tuendsj-Evenlnc June 7.
This entertainment which has been
successfully put on the stage recently at
Washington, D. C, and also at Evans-
ton, Ills , will be given by the JUadies
auxiliary of the Y. M. C. A. with a view
toward helping the association in its pres
ent need. The ladies have taken
ereat pains to make this a first-
class entertainment. The fa
mous "Chariot Race" will be read by
Mrs. Phil Mitchell, and solos will be giv
en by Mrs. Searle, the Misses Dart and
Tickets have been placed at the low
Drice of 75 cents. Reserved seats to be
obtained without extra charge at Mar
shall's drug store Saturday morning.
To call your attention to a few facts:
Your eyesight is priceless the eyes need good
care; improper sjtectacies are it turions, yon
should rot trust your eyesight to irresponsible
peddlers of cheap spectacles.
H D. FOLSOM
Is a Practical Optician, ar.d will lace pains t.i
properly fit your eyes for every defect of vision
ILUU n 1 11 uuitiamec a pi 1 1 vii ui iu cun vase.
fr fM iwtot niw- V SMInl. r-.l ftt 11 arYm . tX-T 1 . fietM, if lU
ntt wi.i o. inn i.man won gi
II bo una iwih age
There will be a meeting of young dem
ocratic voters at Turner hall Tuesday eve
ning. May 81, to organize a democratic
club on a permanent basis. All young
men who have affiliated with the party in
the nast. and those who intend to in the
future, are invited to be present and par
ticipate in the formation of the club.
Chairman City-Township Com.
Tha Eiffel Tower of Toilet Articles.
316.574 bottles Blush of Roses sold in
1890. You know I conld not have sold
so much if Blush of Roses was not as
represented, sure cure for pimples.
freckles and blackheads. In 1893 I pre
dict it will be sold by every druggist, and
used by ever lady and gentleman in the
United States. T. H. Thomas will sud-i
ply you at 75 cents per bottle.
Do not confuse the Famous Blush of
Roses with the many worthless paints.
powders, creams and bleaches which are
flooding the market. Get the genuine of
your druggist, T. H. Thomas, 75 cents per
bottle, and I guarantee it will remove
your pimples, freckles, blackheads, moth,
tan and sunburn, and give you a lovely
Ice cream at Krell ft Math's. .
If the lines in this diamond fieure do not
appear equally black in all the different
meridians, :i inaicaies i ceiect eurui
that causes nervous head-ache and stouid
be corrected at once. Lyes tested free.
H. D. rOLSOM,
Jeweler and Optician.
Deliver to all Houses
PURE CHANNEL ICE
Cut at Watertown.
Sock Island Office
llut Third Ave.
Tvlephon 2132. -
1720, 1722 and 1724 Second Avenue.
The Reasons Why the
CENTRAL SHOE STORE
Is the place to buy your shoes:
W 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 0 cents.
Childien's Tip Shoes 95 cents.
Childi en's School Shoes 75 cents.
Wouifii's Serge Buskins 40 cents.
Women's Oxfords at all prices.
We have tha best and most stylish $3 cloth top ladies'
shoe that can be produced. Also the largest line 'of m? n's
$3 shoes. We aie headquart-rs for the celebrated mule
skin shoes. Remember the place,
Harper House Block. - 1S18 Second Avenue.
SATURDAY, MAY 28th, we commence
our SODA WATER season, and we have de
cided to serve Soda FREE to the ladies on
that date that they may compare our Soda
Water with that dispensed by other firms in
the city. Eash lady presenting one of these
Coupons at our fountain next Saturday will be
served FREE with her choice of any of our
T. H. Thomas, Drueeist.
Adams Wall Paper Co.
S. .W.IL. r i v. 1 1 r
For all Kinds' of
mi I lBHIIn M KM E: & KMS I'M
STORES -Reck Island, Moline, Davenpprt, Reynolds.
-jrj h Jt
1 a m
PATENTED MAY 20
: 1890 :
T&e Ropes Never Slip. No Knots to Tie.
Hammock size plate or screw, 13 ceo'i. Clothe line sizes per pair, 15 cents.
GEORGE H. KINGSBURY, Sole Agent
1708 and 1705 Second Ttaoe. Telephone Tto, lilt. ;