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On Tap everywhere.
Only Union labor employed.
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success
ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, I.
Huber's City Brewery and, Raible & Stengel's
Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's
Bottling Works, has one of the most complete
Brewing establishments including Bottling de
partment in the. country. The product is the
very best. Beer is bottled at the brewery and
delivered to any part of the tri-cities, and may
be ordered direct from the head 'offices on Mo
line avenue by Telephone.
Call for Rock Island
Brewing Co. Beer.
Last Days of Pompeii
Davenport Fair and Exposition
THE TWO GREATEST ATTRACTION'S QF
Many Object Which, Defying Description,
Mast be Seen.
Delightful and fascinating are but
mild terms to apply to the great cir
cus this year, for the doable menag
eries are an education in n&turnl
history, the performances dazzlin?
and thrill inn- in their variptv of
freshness, the Ethnological congress
of strange and savage tribes a life
study, the trained animal exhibition
a wonder, and the whole show in its
entirety out of sight, and far beyond
all others. That is what a nromi-
nent paper said of Barnum & Bailey's
greatest show this season, and which
will be here on Sent. 17. Two ani
mals, which the show has this sea
son, if exhibited by themselves.
would amply repay anyone for the
small price asked to see "the wonder
ful circus, aerial, hippodrome and
menagerie attractions. These two
creatures are Chiko and his bride,
I Johanna gorillas, but of such a huee
size, and so human-like as to startle
everyone, and are really of such pos-
ime merit, mai every parent should
take his family to see them. Books
on natural historv contain but little
information on the subject of gor
illas because so little is known con.
uurumjr luese animals, but now wo
have the living creatures themselves
to see and study, and the chance to
do so should not be lost. Thun thn
Ethnological congress of strange and
savage races is equallv as great an
attraction to those of a contemplative
nnna, as so many aiHcrent religions
anil types of people are represented
that all must become interested.
while for children it will prove both
a lasting and a pleasant benefit. The
reriornianccs will be given in three
rings, on two stages, on a race truck
and in a steel-barred arena, the lat
tor restricted entirely to the ex hi hi.
tion of the wonderful troupe of
trained animals, of which the New
iork bun remarked it was "the sub
lime culmination of harmony." It
will be here on 60 cars on Mondav.
Sept. 17, and the new street parade
will be made in the morning. In
this latter free pageant are represen
tations of all the crowned heads of
the world the rulers, together with
the military uniforms of all nations.
I if both hemispheres. Great
Spectacular Production ns
-Iimwii at Manhattan Beach,
Long Nland. at the FAIR
GRiUMS every evening
luring the week."
toenport Fair Exposition
Better than ever. $10,000 in
premiums and race purses.
Railroad and Electric Cars direct
to the grounds.
Davenport, Iowa, Sept. 10 to 15, 1894.
excursions on al! roads. See small
P. W. McMANUS, Sec.
Rock Island Buggy Co,
PVi n otnnc QnrrJot
Buggies, Spring and
Pay you to
Call and get our
Low prices before buying
Ware Rooms on
Sixteenth street between
Pint nd Second avenue.
KetaJl trade especially solicit d
Of Carriages, Harness,
Laprobes, Whips, etc.
Remember that you can always find the latest styles
and largest assortment in the tri-cities at
Mason's Carriage Works
Through Car Service to Spirit Lake.
Commencing July 2 the following
trains will have through Pullman
sleeping cars to Spirit Lake:
From Chicago C, R. I. P. tr-in leaven at 3:30 p.
Frnm turllnntot, B.. C. R. N. train leaven
at f: p. m. daily.
r turn t:eilr Hand. B c. R. X. truin icaves
at 1 'i IS a. m. daily.
r rem St. Lo ns. St. L.., K, Jt N. W. train leaves
a ll:4ua.ni, uailv.
Arrive at Spirit Lake from the
above points 8:09 a. m. the following
From Omaha, S. C. & P. tra.n leaves at 6:15 p.
Kmm Sioux City, S. St. P. al. & O. train leaves
al'J:5)p. m. daily.
Arrive at Spirit Lake from the
above points at 7:45 a. m. the follow
H., C. R. & X. train leaving Cedar
Rapids at 9:10 a. ru. dailv, except
Sundav, has free reclining chair cars
to Spirit Lake. i
Hotel Orleans at Spirit Lake has
been thoroughly repaired and ele
gantly refurnished. Rates have been
greatlv reduced, and will be sent on
application to C. S. Abell, manager.
spirit Lake, Iowa.
tor rates of fare and other infor
mation call on station agent or ad
dress J. Mokton.
Gen. Tkt. & Pass. Agent.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
I'lttaburs u. A. R. Arrangements.
The Rock Island comes to the front
as usual with very low rates for the
national encampment G. A. R. at
Pittsburg, Pa. The round trip rate
is $ 10 from Chicago, and one fare to
Chicago to arrive at through round
trip rate. Tickets will be sold Sept.
8 and 9, good to return, leaving Chi
cago, Sept. 14, 18 or 25. No sign
ing, stamping, depositing or other
needless work required at Pittsburg;
when the ticket is purchased every
thing is settled. These tickets are
good to stop off once on the return at
any point east of Chicago within the
linal limit of the ticket.
Through cars of every class w ill be
run to Pittsburg, and it should be
borne in mind that the Rock Island
carefully handles this class of busi
ness, and never allows any line to
approach it in the generous treat
ment of the old vets and their friends
Call on or write any ajrent of the
C, R. I. & P. railway for particulars
or address Jons Mcbastiax,
G. P. A., Chicago.
Advertised Lint No. KG.
Lift of letter uncalled for at the Doitoffice
hock isisnn, in., Ang. z-l. im:
i.musren. i. at
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Villi. J D
DoiurleM, 8 P
Kfprmc, AHrti a
K lly. .loe
1803 Second Avenu
1 neat, Mitrha''l
Rich, Mr William B
Kus-c'l. 11 nace (J
Ktrayer. M elite J (1)
Van Harm, Mrs J B
To insure prompt delivery, letters should be
addressed to street and umber.
Jobk W. Pottxb. Postmaster,
Coal V alley, Ang. 21 Miss
Clara Hass attended "Americas'1 last
Miss Kerns, of Wyoming, is visit
ing her brother, Jessie Kerns.
Mrs. Reuben 1-ewis and family are
visiting friends in this vicinity.
i ne tier man Lutherans have ser
vices at 10 o'clock a. m. Sundav.
Miss Laura Peters has been visit
ing in Rock Island for the past week.
Charles reters attended the ilenrv
county institute, in Geneseo, last
The first Coal Valley nine is to
plav against the Genescos the 31st at
James Glenn is growing weaker,
and it looks as though the end will
soon come. .
Mrs. Hattie Rybury and children
are now visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
S. L. Stafford,
Mrs. Heath, of Galesburg, an old
school mate of Miss Minnie Mosher,
is visiting her.
Miss Helen Pryce has returned
from a 10-days' visit to friends in
The Homestead and Benlah Sunday
schools had a picnic last Thursday at
They expect to celebrate Labor dav
here. A meeting has been called to
John Hark has sold to J. Panderson
lot ''9 in Bardslcy, Lee & Ixjes' addi
tion to Coal Valley, for $75.
Cable & Bardsley sold lot 4:1 and
one-half of 45 and 46 in Bardsley,
Lee & Lees' addition to Fred Walerv
for $ 10.
Mrs. Martha A. Burns, of Little
Rock. Ark., was here last weok. Her
son William is a practicing physician
iu i.uue hock.
William Moore, of Rural, is build
ing a large barn. The basement will
be laid with Colona stone. It will be
the largest in that vicinity.
Rev. John Johnson, of the Swedish
Lutheran church of Orion, preached
Sunday afternoon to a large congre
gation in the Presbyterian church.
Henry Haupt has been in Benton
county, Iowa, where he bought a
couple of cars of stock to be shipped
here between now and the 1st of
Ihe Methodists have services at 8
o'clock p. m. Sunday. Rev. Martin,
of Coal Town, preached. Thev
lormea a new choir oi the primary
John B. Bardsley and family will
embark for England in a few'days.
Mr. Bardsley has been in this country
for over a year, but seems to like old
Aliuon better than here.
1 nomas Reese, who lived three-
and-a-half miles east of here, died on
the 20th. He had been ailing for
some time. The disease was cancer
of the liver. He was a great suffer.
er. I ne deceased was a native of
Wales: had been in the county for
over 30 years; was never married
was ou years oi nge. lie owned a
good farm where died. The remains
were interred at the Coal Vallev cem
etery on the 2.1st, Rev. Killep olliciat-
Ihe announced match between the
first Coal Vallev nine and Cable nint
which was to be on the lith, did not
come ou. xne uaoies tlm not ap
pear, ine reason is not positively
Known, out the inference is, and not
without reason, that they thought
thev were not a match for Coal Val
ley, and had better not contest
1 here was a ball given in the eve
ning bv the club. . The bovs were
here trom Cable in force. Mills
of Cable, furnished the music. It
was a success.
me rain Saturday morning was
heavy the mosl so, so far the season.
It was attended with heavy thunder
pea:s anu continued tar a long time
It did some damage at George Wil
son s larm, one-quarter of a mile
south of here. The lightning struck
his hav barn about 5 o'clock, which
was entirely consumed by the flames
with its contents, which consisted of
several tons of hay, all of his straw
and part of his farming implements
lie nau no insurance. His neighbors
have been kind in furnishing him
with some money, hay and straw to
replace me loss.
Samuel Gobat of this place died at
O 1. . i , . . , . , .
a u Hum v. ui. uu me lyin ai ni
home, after a long illness. He had
been sitting up and had retired whe
in a few moments dissolution took
place. Death was due to organic
heart failure. The deceased was
native of Switzerland: had been
this country since 137; and in Coal
alley since 1863. His wife died
18(0. He had six living children
Louisa and Susan, of Coal Valley
buima and Samuel P.. of Chicago
Lizzie, of Patterson. N. J., and
Charles, of Cable, 111. The pau
bearers were: M, Connor. K. Free-
berg, S. L. Stephen, T. J. Murphy
i. ft. Le ana J. Uarton. Kev
t ranees omciateu at the funeral on
the 21st, the interment taking place
simultaneously with that of Mr.
21-rJ. C. II. Read to E. 11. Guycr,
part assessor's lots 2, 33, 18, lw.
Simson F Roberts to James R.
Stull, lot 7, block 105, village of An
Peter H. Scheib to Henrv Kuehl,
w ontlot 4, Aldav's add.. Eat Rock
Island in Molinc, ifS-jj.
21 Estate of Martha C. Carey.
nventory filed and approved.
Lstate of Daniel howler. Inven
tory tiled and approved. John E.
Wray, Wilson Trice and Harrv Beeny
Kstate of Susan A. Hnkingcr. Re
linquishment of right to administer
by surviving husband and heirs, and
nomination as administrator of Rich
ard X. Flickinsrer. Petition by said
Richard N'. Flickingcr for letters.
Boml filed and approved and letters
"A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BAR
GAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES
The Kew Saltan Making a Kane.
intrigues with the now sultan are
Isnspected on all sides. The boy ruler
has begun vigorously and has indeed
shown a degree of zeal worthy of his
romantic elder brother, who is known us
the one eyed deeapitator. Three execu
tions were placed to his credit in one
day. Tho next day's score is put vaguely
at "several." The youngster may yet
moke a name lor himself.
Rudy 's Pile Suppository is guaran
teed to cure piles and constipation
or money refunded. Fifty cents per
box. bena stamp lor circular and
free sample to Martin Rudy, Lancas
ter, Pa. For sale by T. H. Thomas
and Hartz & Bahnsen, druggists,
Rock lsianu, iu.
l!n'myo lor rro:nSirc IsUeds
Waft-d hy the tropic breeav;
tK ZoiKiNT in hnHlifn! frapranc;
Curnot be uro-d by tbese.
Tit-la it whitens, porillot;
Yeu will nse it if you're wise.
There la Dancer tn Ik-lay.
Since 161 I have been a great suf
icrer irom catarrh. 1 tried kly a
Cream Balm and to all apjiearanccs
am cured. Terrible headaches from
which I had long suffered are gone.
. J. Hitchcock. I.ate Major L. S
Vol. and A. A. Gen., Buffalo. X. Y
Ely's Cream Balm has completely
cured me of catarrh w hen everything
else failed. Many acquaintances
nave used it with excellent results
Alfred W. Stevens. Caldwell. Ohio.
Price of Cream Balm is 5l cents.
CIIAS. T. KIXUT. Manager
GRAND BAND CONCERTS
Friday and Sunday Evenings.
MR. JAMES IULTOX
IX BARITONE SOLOS.
Balloon Ascension and Para
OTTO'S BAND. Admission (as
7ii i ...
for ail kinds of
oian Voile A, Co,
17 AWVXvV- - -wvw
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morplitne nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a Lann!es utM4itnt
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years uso ly
Millions of Slot hers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
fevcrishness. . Catoria prevents vomiting Soar Card,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic Castoria relieves
teethios tronhles, cares constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates tho flomaeh
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria Is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
"Castoria is aa exorUmt mcdiciiM for e9
dtva. Kotkcn have nrnatedly laid meat sla
Suod cflcol opoa UiekT duldrea."
Vm. Q. C Omnt,
Tataria la tbe best reroedf farc&ldrea of
which I am arqnaiutmL I bonr the dy as not
far distant srhan mothers srfll onutUrr tbr raal
fnterat of tbrir chTldneD, aad naa Csvanria hv
ad of toevariouaqoack Dostrumaabichars
dcaUuylag Ihn-ir lovod ooca, by forenicnpium.
morptuaa, southiruc a nip and othrr hurtful
acenU dowa tliesr Uiroau, thereby
tbesB to pruaauire erases.
Pa. J. F. TSnrcsrsxiOC,
Cranrii hsosrrll anritnltndJIJripathat
I rrimiieiiil S as sopor tor toacy nli
Lausra to rue."
H. A. Aanrea, 7L
111 60. OtrfordBt Urouklra, X. T.
Oar fibrsiriaM ia Om chiidrsa! cVfaart
tnrat bavs trpukra hifWf of tfcHr ccprrt
vaoa ia their osjtssde aetiaa srita Cam aria,
and althoopfe are only bat-e annr osr
tnedtcal auppliea a hat is kaosra aa reealar
rrcduofa, yet are frea to couftaa that tS
urritaoC CWOona has sroa taa Xa lauk srttai
favor anna tt."
I'nta BaaRTat. are IHarsaraaar,
iun C Exits. ca
Th Cerataar Cempsusy, TT Ksmj Straet, If aw Tsark CHy.
Ladies that da their own housework
or cultivate flowers will find our
Just the thing, as they not only protect the
hands, but keep them soft anil while. Try
IN DRESS SHIELDS we offer great bar-
pains. The tion years Siaralt-M Stockinet
are impervious, and can be waLed or
cleaned. Also the rubber lined Zephyr sod
Silk Shields in stock.
We are headquarters lor Garden Hose. Reels, Spricklere, Markin
iatosbes acd Rnbber Clotbisz', 11 f pital bnpplics and
Rubber Goods of all kinds.
WILSON, HAIGHT & CO.,
207 Brady Street, Davenport.
T. F. BURKE,
bee. and Tret f
Steam and Gas Fitters.
Rock Island Heating
and Pleating Co.
Hot Water Heating
119-121 K. 17th St.
Rock Island, I1L Tel. No. 12S1
Sole Asrati for Um Fonaaa.
Sash, Doors and I'.lindf,
And all kinds of
Woodwork for Builders
Mairg, Flooring. Wainscoatlna;
18th street, bet 4th and 6;b ava
To Cleanse the System
ettectuauy yet gentlv, when costive
or bilious, or when the blood is im
pure or sluggish, to permanently
cure habitual constipation, to awaken
the kidneys and liver to a healthy ac
tivity, without irritating or weaken
ing them, to dispel headaches, colds
or fevers, use Syrup of Figs.
Vlo.no to Indiana and Ohio Points.
On Tuesday, Aug. 28, the Lake
Erie & Western will run an excursion
from Peoria to various points in In
diana and Ohio at the rate of $59
This makes rates from Rock Island
110.50 for the round trip. Full in
formation as to time of trains, routes,
etc., can be obtained at the R. I. &
P. depot, foot of Twentieth street.
wisrs PEnrrp n crMM rmmcji
known to science for disease of the NERVES.
BLOOD nd BRAIN Ue important 3 func
tions of tbe anaiouiy that sbould act In oniwn.)
OaaranUfd to permanently curt Nervous Pros
tration. Seminal Weaknew, Failing Memory,
Broken Sleep or Restlessness. Heartache. General
lfwJ).ud or I"",, LOST MANHOOD.
i- ikiiwj r.missions. anoiKX'ie. r.permatorrbu'a.
Pimples and all the evil effect or youtbful
errors, overwork and over-indiiieence of any
nature. It tone tap the mlirt yrm and creates
uew vigur iu anna aaa eoay (at eiuier sex.)
NO CHARGE UNLESS CUBED.
Cost of Certain Curt, f 1 to $5. Advice and rtr
culars free. If you suffer write to ns and we wis
tell you tbe beat remedy for your eae. THH
wn PtIXCT GO., Si & Clark St., CHsCAOOc
The Fashionable Merchant Tailor
Has the most replete line of new patterns in imported
and domestic suitings in the city.
1707 SECOND AVENUE-
J. T. TtoanrisTut. Ton knamu.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters.
House Heating and Sanitary Plumbing. Basement Rock Island Nat. Bank
Praprlrtoror of the Brady atresf
aul srada f Cat riawen eoaataatly ea bass.
"Teen w onsen
One bioci from Central Fark. largest la Iowa.
n brady strast, Davaiaort. Ia
J0H5 BCBlTUt, Proprietor.
aaaa, usraar s( IraisaU 1'iat, OpootMal
The choicest Wine. Liquors. Beer and Cigars always on HzrA