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THE ABQUfi. WEDNESDAY , APBIL Iff, 1890.
1. Ladies' Xew Dress Goods. Prettier and cheaper than anj yon bave seen. New. Silks. A dozen sogeations for Silk Waists at a glance. Kid Gloves. A splendid fresh assortment just received. Underwear and Hosiery. These two stocks are particularly complete and will be are to meet your approval with regard to variety and cheapness. KLDG-HASLER DRY GOODS CO. 217. 217 W. Second St, Davenport, la. Will be produced, gentlemen, in the appearance of your feet after ) on put on a pair of those handsome tans 'we are showing In Three Shades. Look at them before buying elsewhere. WRIGHT & BARBER 1704 Second Ave. Never in V Of the shoe business in Rock Island has been shown such a large assort- ment of up-to-date footwear as Adams is showing this season. The very latest productions, and still At Prices that Are In the Reach Our Ladies' SJ and $4 goods are beauties in themselves; and our Men's $2 SO, $1 and S4 grades are unequalled at the price. Our goods are open for inspection, and a call will convince you of the fact that &DAHO D Capes $1 60 tO $4 35. Neatly mad and trimmed that will answer admirably for weeki to come. I $2.oo And upwards ftf j sijiin Children's Jackets. rJJ!?9R Y of All . Oe LEADING TEE LIST. Those of Rock Island's Heavier Tax Payers. , PUT UP OVER S200 PER AHKTJ1L UtrMllo Ksrnrw Tak.a Fraaa tka Cal lwe1 H.afca a taw Casur Maw-ii- am Cryoratloaa a. Wan a. la. tflvMaala. Collector William Baker bavins; finished the collection of the texas of Bck Island the books in bis hands afford an in- leresting study of the amounts assessed against property-holders in the city of Bock Island, the amount 01 taxes paid oy corporations and In dividnals to the extent of 200 and over being: Mn M. A. Lvudc f JOO 21 Albert Hurdiek JM .1 William tone Mfv Urn. Kotltnan...,. W. c Maucker C. Teeter at Co D. lnnllMin II. Winter H. U. Scdlow luntav Slenirel Dennis Warren mtate H. K. KreU James Connor A.J. Whitney Walter Johnon l-emletv4 Uetiefsen C. II. Kinyou Ueoive Wanner . J. i. Illy the Henry Woltmann Hruli KJeetrie LJxbt company.... Ciktl Kirfmun estate Henry Curtis lleonfe Schneider Stephen Velie estate C. 1 Walker Churlc SVswald Melntvre Keck company , J. II. Wilson , J. VT. Pinter , , frank Mixier Ijolhar HarniH T.gi. Thomas JoSja, Strcckfns , K. Woltmann rotate Thrmas 1'lummcr M. SchneU 2t t as tw us au 57 ail n ;i e iV 49 2Si 54 M 01 247 J .-Jl 44 .'40 en i.t) 71 2S C. SIJ 214 H7 iss m 21 5 73 241 78 2W 7U 214 17 a g tci 2W 2JI (is 242 24 2!I7 7 275 St 212 IVi tieorue K. llailey Jonas Itcar & Co.. V. M. Sinnett 2"rt 12 2-tI ss 22S 2(1 Mrs. A. :. Kurrall S 21 2M SW :tUn Vh :t;i S52 SO :;s m X7 H6 :tis 5i :t7i w Xil 3S 1 42 SK7 !l :m oi 3W 71 XtJ 14 avi k XE 7S 2 7A SN'I 17 319 KH :! fi5 Geonre Schafer J. & M. Kosenlleld Ottol.rotian r. L.uiiolpn John CrutiauKb. H. Tremann K. K. Calilc , Levy & Son t. J. W. Schreiner Mrs. M. Watlsworth S. S. and T. II. Ia1s National Cracker company u. r. Komnson , J. 1. lleeeher Mrs. M. II. Kellerstraw Clemann & Salunann Mill Mitchell .. Sax Klee Alice A. Ilrihvs Uavid Don M. M. Stuivehn , AuiMistana University association. H9 3M 2: 4W! .1) E. 1. lieynolds estate AnastUNta Murphy K. W. Hurst....,, , I'atrick Jreir estate K. I. Sweeney Wamock 4c Kaiston Vinrll Warren Moscnfclder Kohn Meyer Kosenlleld 4:is ai 4! 7" 454 W 4"7 4-Jf 47 4; 7S 4M 4t ;. M. Ilalieook 5K7 N Kn-1 Mass 513 W. McMaster 554 52 Mrs. S. II. (ionlon ". Hart i! A llnlinsen J. D. Taylor 51.1 CI 57V W Mrs. Klicn 8. W ebber 5wi in; 5"m 15 511 iHt WKt S Teirler estate Mrs. A. II. tiuycr J. Kokm Mills ('arse & Ulilweiler J 8. Ciimore 613 "l Htmon A Mosenfelder Illack Hawk addition 2 (I, K3 II t.ilpin Moore Jobu Volk 7a te 734 HA Kvt 4 Morris Kosenlleld , ... ('. Huford estate "... H 11. Oliver J. W. Stewart ' , W. K. Ilrook estate J lluher...: I. I. Mitchell estate John llemrston Porter Skinner II. T. Cable Peoples' Power company I S. McCabe T. J. Kobinson Hock Inland Stove company H7I 25 2I K sort 3d v.i 51 M23 10 a m 1.851 W 1.420 4: 1.523 C-i 1.357 47 t .510 llu w.o. Ni irus and Know Iton neirs l.-t.v l Peter Fries I itw M lien llarpercstatc 2.1tKi 5ti leiplcs National hank 2 V1 4 Kock Island Savinm Hank 2.253 54 KM'k Island National Hank 2.5IO 25 Tri City Kailway company 2.7.tM k Mitchell l.ynue in i H. Ihm s Sons S.IW 34 K.K-k Island Plow Works 3.:m 2 K-K-k Island lirvwlnir company l.x.v 4fl II. Itiivcnrntrt estate 4.s 47 Weycrhanscr & U'nkmann S.liiO 3 Kock Island Lumber Manufactur (t Co 7.32 tM TtaaCouty Commlttac. The republican county committee as composed by yesterday's conven tion includes: , Cordova C Coe W. H. Ashown Canoe Creek William Mills. Zuma William Whiteside. Port Byron J. W. Simonson. Hampton W. R. Carey. Moline W. F. Eastman, S. S. Crompton. , South Moline H. R. Gonld. Kock Island T. H. Thomas, Wil- Jiam Baker. South Rock Island H. H. Robb. Black Hawk Robert E. Little. Coal Valley D. H. Lyon. Uoral J. W. Caldwell. Howling Cyrus Miller. Andalusia S. C. Thompson. Buffalo l'rairic William Drory. Edgington F. A. Wood, prury J. E. Wray. Indigestion is often taken for con sumption. The word consumption means wasting away, and dyspeptics often waste away as badly as con. sumpuves. The reason people waste away is oecause eitncr tney don't get enough to eat. or they don't digest what tnev do eat. If the latter is yonr trouble, take Shaker Digestive Cordial. This will help yon to digest yonr food and stop vonr loss oi nesn Shaker Digestive Cordial is made from herbs, barks and the juices of fruit, by the well known Shakers at Mount Lebanon.. It possesses great tonie and digestive powers. Shaker Digestive Cordial has cured many supposed consumptives (who were really ayspepticsi oy simply helping their 'stomachs to digest their food, thus giving them nour ishment and new strength Sold by druggists. Trial bottles 10 cents. Children Cry for Pitchers Castorta JOtTiNG8TaBOUT"JOSLINi A Variety of STawa Happanlasja Front tha Upper Ead. JosLtu. April 14. Within the week Jobn - C. Swank has shipped three car loads of hogs to Chicago. He paid $3.35. Farming implements seem to be selling like hot cakes in Joslin. Nearly every farm wagon takes more or less. John C. Swank. John Searl and Frank Zlegler have reinsured their farm property in the Coe and Znma Mutual. C Donaboo, C. Osborne and C. Wake each shipped a car load of cat tle to Chicago Friday last and all three accompanied the cattle. The oldest inhabitant was under the impression that the last snow storm ' was rather ont of season. Nevertheless the earth was so dry it was made welcome. Quite a number of our citizens are speaking of a beautiful circle which encircled the sun Sunday last. It is spoken of as indescribably beauti ful, with all the variegated colore of the rainbow. News came over the wire that Roy Mathews, of Erie, was taking his gun out of his buggy and it exploded, shooting Roy in the rist. Dr. Looker writes that a bone in the wrist had to be removed. Monday and Tuesday last F. E. Crompton drove G. W. Wilson around among the farmers to see their horses. He bought 10 from the fol lowing: John Earheart, 1; J. W. Guthrie, 1; C. Buckley. 1; Sylvester Dailey, 1; D. Noah, 2; E. Noah, 1; G. Wainwright, 1; D. Mosher, 2. vHon. William Payne being in the habit of buying a box of cigars on election day frequent inquiries were made for him. After dinner that gentleman arrived and sure enough the box came along with him, which was branded "Speckled Trout." Dem ocrats as well as - republicans were recipients. There was a lively runaway at the Joslin creamery Friday morning last. Mr. To bin's boy; who had just unloaded his milk,' discovered on starting up the team that one line was underneath the tongue, conse quently he. bad very little control over the horses. They took around the creamery and up the road and my, how they did run, distributing the milk can's as they went along. With lightning rapidity they scooted along and Mr. Adams1 gate being open they darted through and finally fetched up in a hedge fence. No one hurt and no damage done. About 10 o'clock Friday morning last, being in the Joslin depot, there was a flash of lightning which seemed to fill the interior with a blaze and a report which was deafen ing. There were three section hands, myself and C. M. Hnbbart, the oper ator, in the building, and after the shock we discovered a blaze running down the wires to the instrnment, which Mr. Hubbart put out. Had there been no one present or had it been in the night Joslin would cer tainly now be without a depot. When tbe uasn came Air. Hubbart was seated upon his chair with his feet npon the window sill, and was just preparing to place his hand npon the i . & J 1 : a j A i i lUBituiucuii aim uo is cuauucui anil he done so ho would now be a dead man. As it was, he was lifted from his chair and was so dizzy that he reeled and staggered. We all got sufficiently charged with sulphur so as not' to have tbe least desire to come in contact with it in the life to come. Mi lti m in Parvo. PREVENTION OF DISEASE, Kaop tha Stoasach Right. It is surprising what a safegdard a healthy stomach is against disease. And again it is not so surprising when it is remembered that the only way we get pure blood, strong nerves and,, titm . flesh 3, from wholesome food, well digested. It is the half digested food that causes the mis chief. When the stomach is weak. slow, inactive the food lies in the stomach for hours, fermenting, form' ing gases which poison the blood and the wbold system, causing headache. pains in the back, shoulder blades and chest, loss of appetite, palpita tion, biliousness. The safest cure for indigestion is Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, com posed oi vegetable essences, fruit salt, pnre pepsin and golden seal. Dis solve one or two of these tablets in the mouth after each meal. Tbev are pleasant tasting and mingling wiiu me ioou so assist the weak stomach that tbe food ia perfectly digested before it has time to fer ment. Stuart's Dvspcpsia Tablets cure in digestion and increase flesh because they digest flesh forming foods like meat, eggs, etc. Sold by druggists at 50 cents per pacsagc. ADsoiuteiy sale and harm less. Boaaaaaokara' Kxcataloaa. April 21 and May 5 the Mis souri, Kansas & Texas Railway com pany will sell tickets at very low rates to points in Missouri, Kansas and Texas. For particulars address IL A. Chebriek, 316 Marquette Bldg Chicago. Bava Taa Had tha Crip? If yon have, yon probablv need a reliable medicine like Foley's Honey and Tar to beal yonr lunga and stop the racking cough incidental to this disease. For sale at M. F. Bahnsen's drug store. llna.H to Wo. Friti 7eijrer Ruck Island Miss biu Kmelicher Mnllne Cnaries D. (itnim Darennort Uiia Kate Hues Casey, Iowa A NEIGHBORLY AFFAIR: ay Flo wot Caaip CUT. Ita Flrat PabUe Bat.italaat.at. , May Flower camp of Royal Neigh bors of America gave Its first pub lic entertainment at Armory hall last evening. ' The affair was a grand success. Up ward of two hundred couples were in attendance and were entertained in a most delightful manner. The hall was tastily decorated and on the front platform a large banner, sym bolic oi tne order in charge, oeid forth with pretty effect. May Flower camp was the first branch of the Royal Neighbors to be formed in Kock island. This was accomplished bnt a short time ago and the camp nas rapidly grown until it now has a membership oL about one hundred and: fifty. The camp made ita first attempt ' at giving a public entertainment last night. And that it was a success it is nnnoessarv to reiterate. The program waa a long one well arranged and consisted ot piano numbers by Walter Seidel, Misses Mae McElherne. Jorephine uocne, aiary amitn and Alma Hell penstell; vocal . selections by Misses Laura Wood, 'Laurine Jacob son, Clara Thode, Jesse Van Arsdale, Mary Farrell, Gertie Wivillo. Mollie Daly, Emil Jacobson and John Hef fernan; recitations by Misses Ethel Archer, Grace Brcmler, Ella O Con ner, Mattie Smith, Mamie Hastings, and Bessie Mnlcahy, and Paul Muel ler. There were also remarks by Mrs. Fred Kohn and W. C. Mancker. Than followed the supper which wa9 served by the ladies in the Workman hall. Then several hours were devoted to dancing, the music for which wasfurnished by an orches tra of rising young musicians. Machlnlata Hit. a Night. Members of Tri-City Machinists1 lodge 38S International association of America and their friends number ing one hundred conples whiled away several hours of last evening at Industrial ball, in the merry dance and listening to a nice program. The auair was in tbe nature of a com plimentary social arranged by the machinists for the purpose of bring ing together tradesmen from tbe three cities not identified with tbe nnicn a sort of family gathering in fact and such it proved to be. There was an address touching on the prin ciples and benefits of unionism by W. H. bcbiiiinger, and there were vocal solos by Morton Hertsal and J. B. Klinefelder: instrumental numbers by the Misses Cole; dialogue by the Messrs. Cook and a recitation by Miss Kose Leopold. Kemarks were made by John Schossel, Latimer Cook and John Hammerstone. The even ing was enlivened by the enchanting strains oi the lri-City orchestra. which is made up mostly from a family by the name oi Cole from Davenport. Refreshments were served and later a few hours were de voted to dancing. Statemeat of rands (or Faullcatloo. STATS OF ILLINOIS, I , BOOB iBLaBD OOUXTT. I ' Town of Rock t.land. office of Treasurer of Com nilrsloaan of 11 chwava. Tbe following it a auteroent by William Rlark, treasurer of the comniiationer of biff bwaya of th town or Bock Island, in the county and Hat; nforetiaid. of amount of public f ttnd received and exiiendad by bim iluriuit the fiscal year juat clom-d, ending cn the tbtrty-S.-at day f Uarcb, 1S96, .bowing tbe amount of pnlilic funda on band at the con.moncement of ald fiscal year; tbe amount of pnblic funds received, and from what tonrct-a received ; the amcShat of public funds expended, and for what porpoaes expended, dur.ug aaid dkm year, enunig asaiorefaia. rl'HDft BKCEIVf D, BD TROd WHAT BOCBTSS RB rEIVBO. Amount of public fund" on band at the ciimimnreuent of the B-cul year, c-n,nienctnir the 10th da of March. 1W1S .$1,153 3 Beeeivcd from cocnty treasurer doz tax. April 17 ICS Tfi Received tiom exceaa collector', commla Ion. September . 109 (il Becei vet from county treasurer cos tax. IKcember 13 14S 02 ii 5:9 i to oaianca cssn oa band, BatcD 31 a 14G 02 rCKOS EXPElTDaO aXD FOR WHAT rVRFOSBS EX' FEHUED. Ma-ch 26199 D. Haw.. 1 day aud board f 1 50 20V H. A. Well. 1 day aud beard 1 Ml ail William Block. 1 day aud board. 1 SO fttt William Kinck. nui boo Hi M)3 A. I). Haeaicg 1 day aud board 1 rO SlU Kramer. Bleuer Co . order book.. 1 75 20 A. D. lIneiOK. fee. sparrow boui.lv 61 S3 Aprils -90S William Kinck. 1 day aud board 1 SO SOT J O Freed 1 day ena board 1 fi SlIR J I. Freeman. 1 dav com board I ll au9 A D Hneainsr, 1 dar com board 1 50 Juce St-210 William Kinck. 1 day board of review 1 SO 911 i L Freeman, 1 day b-,ard review.. . 1 SO VI A D Boeatnir. ! dv board rvlcw . . 1 Mi 8t!t. 7-218 II A Weld. 2 days aud board. . S 00 314 Uawer. S aayr aud boa'd 3 Ot) SI5 William Knck, S daya aud board... SOU SIS A I Hut Sinn. 8 daya aud board S OT 217 William Kinck. aip Treaa fee. 34 17 818 1 L Freeman, ofle- rent H Oil !!I9 A U nneains. clerk's fee, etc .... tr. oil 220 B H Ilowmao. aa.'t MDerviaor I IV 00 Ml William Rmkill.sl mpervlror... ira PO 2Mra8 J Freeman. a.tt auperviaor... U1M Sil Mary C Freeman, aaat aupervisnr... 17 10 34 4 L Freeman, aarerwr..... T 25 Ciy of Bock lalaod Z TS Match SI, 1S9S By balance 146 ot Total 11.M0 18 The aaid William Binek being duly .worn, doth depose ami say that tbe foreeoag f tat' ment by him subscribed, i. a true and eorre t etatement of the anount of public funds on band at tbe com mencement of the fiscal year above stated, the amount ot pnbllr funds received, aad the source. rrnm wn-ca receives ana 1'ie amount eapended and purpose for watch expended MSetforUi Id toe roregotng aiaiement. WILLIAM RINCK Subscribed and .worn to before me thi. Slat day oi asarco, a. v. irvm A. D. Hoesnco, IiGtary Public REMOVAL. GET THE BEST i;! Plumbing, Heating, Gas Fitting, Sewer Pipe. All Work Guaranteed. Rosenfleld Bros., 1609 THIRD AVENUE BLACK! mm. oacti DLACKVJELL'S DUHHAr.1 TODACCO COr.-.PAMY. MIHI It y aara aav SHTIaaHl sa araaaa la. . aaap. cat owt (his J" "! ta yaw Remodeling Sale. To make room for the carpenter our already low prices are lower than ever. Shoes, Slippers and Oxfords at cut prices. 307 Twentieth Street mrnmmmmmnmmmmmmmmmHmmmMmmmimmmmm You Sew E Then' this will interest yon. p 24 cents and receive in return, paid, six spools of Willimantic Spool Cotton, any number or I color, together with four Dobbins for your machine, ready I wound, and an instructive book on thread and sewing, Free. I I WillimanflG Star Thread I P is used and endorsed .by all g iaciurers. ask your ucaicr ior 11. 1 WILUM ANTIC THREAD CO., Willlmantlo, Conn w if son Scorcher lson Roadster llson Special Uson Nothing better, prices right, have a look at them. Western distributing agents for the Temple and Royal Bicycles. . WILSON MOLINE BUGGY CO., BICYCLE DEPARTMENT. Moline, I1L SPRING GLOVES Base Ball & Boxing Gloves ALSO A FULL LINE OF at BENNETT'S GLOVE STORE Cloves Made To Order. Orders Promptly - Filled. J ' tmetor " ' Y" U.' DUNHAM TO.ACCO COMPANY. Durham, n.c Dear .Sr: Yew are) eartKaed to . rnrrfriMI mill Imlaaali gMI JE STAR SOAP - BlaclroelVs Gcauino 2hirl;CsZio!divr Tobacco yvMtVtw,. om w of soap Free with each nmi wtMtlser 16 ox., 8 ox., 4 ox., or a ox., packages. We hare ootfffed every wftwlo fMl dealer la the United Stat, that we will owoply tlwsavrtta imp b, awa Bum on gemms year aoap. One bar of Soap rRrrwith potaiMl Toaj buy. Soap offere4 for a limited Uaae. mm ---- . - - - aatsce and send It wttkl wtaotcsala dealer. Special sale prices of our Ladles' Tan Shoes at IBlHIaS, Send post- leading sewing machine manu- M ICYGLES 1605 SECOBO AVENUE. 1 'i V 'i