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ucaiers. Tins is the mar
On Tap everywhere.
Only Union labor employed.
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success
ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, I.
Ruber'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
railment 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
ordered direct from the head offices on M0
ine avenue by Telephone.
1 . r.UKKE,
Steam and Gas Fitters.
Eo:k Island Heating
and Plumbing Co.
Hot Water Heating
-il K. 17th St.
u . U'.mA, 111. Tel. No. 1288
o!e Acnts for the Fnrman.
The Fashionable Merchant Tailor
I las the most replete line of new patterns in imported
and domestic suitings in the city.
1707 SECOZD AVE HUE.
1 Vr (tinrflwrt Will
by T. II. Thomas, Druggist,
Hnrm, trvi Tfntf
i.lvrn l: lil'f at once
ri' A Smtrilm.
50c lttucKMt or by BuuL LT
t "T sale
City 'Bus and Express Line.
For Pu or Ej press Line telephone 1141, and you will receive
TUOBXBXAKB ft SPENCER. Props.
rriic frrfjssVlj la Wal Stmt
1 hm.tch Onr
C:-0?i:i7I7I t. 8. BT0C2 CTOTIJATI
Aad D:scrttioaary Grain Pools.
I-r,v Pr.),it, Hcajiru wit, Mlnltunm I lski.
Hlt,UrhT Kf FBENCF.
WEINMAN & CO., Stod aa Cai Brottn,
" 41 Btond 7, . NEW VOKK ClTr.
Involves manv nni'ntc w I
uuu me mere looks of it
Efficiency, econo-mv. rW.
bilitv and rlp.ntilinoec -n 5
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demand earnest consider-1
tlon- Jewel Stoves and t
Ranges stand every test
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Call for Rock Island
Brewing Co. Beer.
Sec. and Trecf
brapr mi nnfn ft wrk On'd with Wr.ITTM
KrroaD4 - tMlitTf I.oe of rcxnl I'owtr in eithei ees.
IflTdlUOI'rT KtDtnlinM IrOK SOT QtiW, II OTIWii1!, PtICD Ur,inuS Mia V
cnntimrt'n t.r iiMeV'ltT, Sl.tr rr Sx fc nail, ft b.-T.-n for fs. Wit k e? M
Mr rtm ft written mar".t o tn eurti or r(und tuu bicuut. UarM
sole agent. Rock Island, 111.
anil feui1l, nnd I'nrp
for ill mi llrittl.
It It Vvirkln Abrorhfd.
UHOii., 66 Warren tk. A. X.
Cut Flowers and Plants
Fine home-made Dread and
Geo. T. Crowder
B. F. Evans.
Drs. Stackbonse and Daniel.
Have Cured Hundreds of
Cases in This Vicinity.
They present Below the Statement
of Another Prominent
Mr. Peter Cewe. a well known far
mer of Rapids Citv. 111., is the litest.
person to testify to the success of
these eminent specialists. Drs. Stack
house and Daniel. Mr. Cewe savs:
Mv trouble dates back 15 mr. and
the past year I became greatly dis
couraged, as most of the time I was
unable to work."
MR. PETER CEWE.
My eyesight was failing, my nose
was stopped up first on one side,
then on the other. My mouth was
dry and tasted bitter in the morn
ing. I had considerable stomach
trouble and was also a sufferer from
rheumatism. I began treatment with
Drs. Stackhouse and Daniel two
months ago. and am now feeling
better than for 15 years. I have
gained in flesh and am free from the
Drs. Stackhouse & Daniel.
Suite 1, McCullough Building, No.
12-1 West Third street, between Bra
dy and Main, Davenport, Iowa.
Ofllee Honrs . ro. to 12 m., to 4 and 7 to 8
O. m. ; Sundays, a to 3 p. m. only .
SPBOIATIE9 CaUirh. Anthma, Di.caw. of
the Eye. Ear. Nose, Throat and Lnnpa, Heron.
Dioea;, Blood and Sain Disc ages. Chronic Dis
eases. Successful treatment by mail.
Send for symptom blank.
Butterine is a much abused product.
As a mutter of fact it is pure, sweet,
wholesome, and infinitely preferable to
ordinary country butter. A special
correspondent of this paper recently
visited the factory owned and operated
by the Armour l'ackinir Co., of Kansas
City, manufacturers of the widely ad
vertised Silver Churn Uutterine. A
five story buiklinr is perfectly fitted
for the scientific preparation of this
food product. Everything- is spotlessly
clean; all appliances are the latest and
most improved, and every precaution is
taken to secure the pnnluction of an
absolutely pure and wholesome food.
All processes are under the direction ol
a foreign chemist who has made the
skillful combination of pure sweet fats
the study of his life. He pays as much
attention to details as (Ues the most
fastidious housekeeper to her cookinp.
The result is that Silver Churn ltutter
ine is ever fresh, fragrant and delicious
a tlainty delicacy for the table.
Scientific experts endorse the new
Prof. Charles Chandler, of Ifew York
City, says: ' The product Is palatable
and wholesome and I rerard it as a
most valuable article of food."
Prof. J. a. VV. Arnold, Medical De
partment, University of Kew York,
says: "A blessing for the poor, and in
every way a perfectly pure, wholesome
and palatable article of food."
For sale by H. Tremann & Sons,
corner 17th street and Third ave.
The B., C. II. & X. railway will run
honieseekers1 excursions Sept. 11,
Sept. 25 and Oct. 9. Tickets on sale
to points in northwestern Town.
southwestern Minnesota and South
Dakota, at a rate one fare, plus t2
for the round trip. Good 20 davB
from date of sale.
Tickets at the above rate will also
be sold to points in Kansas, Nebras
ka. Missouri. Colorado. Wvnmlnn-
Utab, Montana, New Mexico, Mani
toba, Tennessee, Mississippi, Ala
bama. Louisiana. Arlinais Indian
Territory, Oklahoma and Texas.
lull particulars will be furnished
by ticket agents. J. Morton,
(cn. Tkt. and Pass. Agt.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Horn Seekers Kzcnrslon.
The C. M. & St. P. railwav will
run their homo seekers1 excursions
on the following dates: Sept. 11 and
25, and Oct. 9. Kate one first-class
fare plus 12. Tickets p-ood to return
20 davs from date of sale.
E. D. W. Holmes, Agent.
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed rrODO"Bl will be received at th et
cleik's office. Rock Island, 111., nntll Mouds.
Oct. 8, 1KM at S o'clock p. sa for constructing
ibe Improvements ordered by an ordinance of
said ci.j. en! Hod. '-An ordinance for the im
provement of Sixteenth steeet from the .on n
line of Fonrth svei.ue to the somb line of Fiftb-and-a-half
av. noe, all in the cut of Kock Island.
Ill ," patted Oc. 1, 1S4. ami for furnishing all
the materials, and rinitg the work accnrdineto
plr.ns and specifications on tile at tbe city clerk's
All bids mint be anrompan ed with a certified
check in the nm of fcluu paai le to the order of
the m-yor nf aail eiiy, which skull become for
felled lo .aid citv in case ibe binder shall fail to
enfc r int contract wilt, approved sureties to ex
ecate the work for the price mentioned in his
bid and accorninu to the plans an - suee flcationa
in the event that the contract shall tj awarded t
Contractor, are reaulred to f nraisb six umnlM
of brtck with which work is to he done. Brick
nssd 'n the wars mast correspond with ihe enm-
pi'S in nnamy ani style.
Kock Island, Illinois, Oct . ft, trot.
. A. i, ULEslNG. City Clerk.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3. 1894.
BY THE HENNEPIN.
A Little Tremble over a Watak at Milan
Milan, Oct. S. William Lagrange,
of Milan, pawned a watch in Rock
Island, and the time having run out
Lagrange sent John Abel for the
watch. He got it on condition that
Lagrange would redeem ' the watch
in a few days, which he did not do,
bnt watched his chances and Tuesday
while Abel was showing the watch
to a man ' in ZeitschePs restaurant,
Lagrange took the watch and walked
out, Abel followed and made a dive
at Lagrange with a rator and missed
him. A bystander got his coat cut
in the melee. -A settlement was
made by which Lagrange paid Abel
and secured the watch.
There was a dance at the town hail
last evening. Quite a large crowd
was present and enjoyed themselves.
Miss Maggie Carnaghan, John Mc
Afee and T. S. Johnston and wife, of
Milan, left Monday morning for St.
Louis, for a visit to friends and rel
atives, and also to include a visit to
the fair at St. Louis this week.
Several little folks from Big island
are attenUing school at Milan, the
outcome of the trouble regarding the
electing of school directors. The
directors at present have done all in
their power; they have secured the
services of a splendid teacher, re
painted and papered the school
house, and in every way made things
as good as they ever have been.
Gus Nice has moved his family
down to lock 37, which will shorten
the distance to his work of watchman
at the canal.
Neigh Wilson is building a resi
dence near the old plank road. Tbe
house will be a 2-story frame, and
contain all the conveniences of a
Sunday night at about 12 o'clock
the Belgians over the Hennepin sa
loon had a dance and they all became
"boozy" and made snch a racket that
Policeman Brashar went in to arrest
them. They pitched into the police,
man and then Marshal Reynolds
came in, and together they succeeded
in arresting two of the Belgians,
Alois De Kycke and PanI Henneburg,
who were fined 4.80 each. The row
came near being as bad as the shoot
ing scrape there a few months ago.
William Jones, of Davenport, was
arrested and fined fl.80 for peddling
without a license.
Church was held at the usual hour
Sunday evening in the M. E. church.
A larger audience was present than
there had leen for quite while.
Kev. E. H. Alford preached, and took
for his text, I Corinthians. X chap
ter, 15th verse, and a better sermon
could not have been delivered. Mr.
Alford's remarks were eloquent, and
proved that he knew what he was
talking about. Miss Sodestrom.
teacher of the Big Island school, sang
a solo, which was well liked by the
audience, While notVing definite
has beein said, there is likely to be a
great surprise in store for the people
of Milan, and especially for the voung
folks. If the enterprise will be
helped it will prosper, which it
should do, as the people of Milan are
noted for helping towards a good ob
ject. Morris Cadagan and sister have
moved to Coal Valley. Morris in
tends to difr coal for David Welsh
this fall. Mr. Cadagan's father has
left for Bureau Junction to engage in
William Johnson, who lost a barn
and contents by a fire a shcrt time ago.
built a new barn on the site of the
old one. The greater part of the oats
were saved, and those which were
burned too much were used to feed
the hogs. Mr. Johnson has secured
a fine team and can now commence
his fall work.
The scholars of Miss Sadie Carna
ghan's room are going to have a
grand second annual nutting party,
Saturday. A hay-rack load of young
folks are coing, and anyone can
guess about the good times" they will
have fighting hornets, mosquitoes
and farmers' dogs. We expect to
see a large crowd go and enjoy them
selves. William Bcaltie has moved his fam
ily to Bureau Junction. They left
Tuesday evening and he will work on
the canal there. ;
The young ladies of Milan will
give a "calico" hop at the Town hall
The Hennepin work at Milan is a
subject which has been spoken of so
much that it has got to be rather an
old topic. We will state, however,
that the work will be complete in
3-weeks1 time and the water
turned in the canal by the last of
The town now has three '. harness
makers, a new one having started on
Main street Monday.
J. W. Heiley, of Bate via, N. Y..
conductor on the N. Y. C. railway,
and One of the bent known nn nn tho
road, says of Parks' Tea: ForlOvears
Vt n- - . - -
i nave sunerea irom constipation.
Tried evervthintr and fr.nnd not bin r
of lasting value. Having heard so
many taiaing oi rarks' Tea, I tried it
without much hone. Tin. first, rl
moved my bowels easilv and now I
am enred. It works like magic. Sold
by Hartz & Ullemeyer.
Hard coal, all sizes, per ton t" 50
Discount for cash, ner ton 95
Cannel coal per ton 6 00
inaiana block: per ton ...'.....: 4 00
Kentucky lump per ton 4 25
Cartage added cn less than ton or
ders. E. G. Frazkr.
A smart little boy calls himself ooxar
pass because he is boxed to often.
Want the Mary.
It was generally understood along
the wharves last week that Capt.
Robert E. Lee, of Memphis, intended
to buy or charter the Marv Morton
from the proprietors of the diamond
Jo line, with the view of placing her
on the trade route between Memphis
and Cairo. He came here on Satur
day and had a consultation with
Diamond Jo officials. . He returned
to Memphis the same night without
having accomplished anything defi
nite with regard either to the char
ter or purchase of tbe Mary Morton.
It is, therefore, believed on the levee
that all negotiations in the matter
have been declared off for the pres
ent. St. Louis Waterways Journal.
Collars and Cuffs that are water
proof. Never wilt and not effected by
moisture. Clean, neat and durable.
When soiled simply wipe off with a
wet cloth. The genuine are made by
covering a linen collar or cuff on both
sides with "celluloid" and as they are
the only waterproof goods made with
snch an interlining, it follows that
they arc the only collars and cuffs that
will stand the wear and give satisfac
tion. Every piece is stamped as follows:
If anything else is offered yon it is an
imitation. Refuse any bnt the genu
ine, and if your dealer docs not have
what you want send direct to us, en
closing amount and stating size and
whether a stand-up or tnrncd-down
collar is wanted. Collars 25c each.
CuHs 50c pair.
Tbe Celluloid Company,
437-429 Broadway. Hew fork.
J E. Montrose, Manager.
Catuiday Night, Oct. 6.
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
Special Er.pnpcrni r.t of the Nutnra' Irirh Ccmc
d;aa. Vocal t: and Dancer.
In a Scenic Production of Iti New and Lv.oet
Irish Cotm dy-Erama,
TTTI 1 T Tony Farrell". "oners !
HHlAK TeetSairyoweriynar'et: !
uunik Grand Church Choir! ! !
nnn The Gr at Chil Scene!
N Hi K The ireat Prison bcenc !
JJJ" 1 he Thrilling Kcape! ! :
Prices 50, and Tic. Seats on sale Oct. 4.
Washes Everythltg From Flni
Wk Su&sRMef to Oircri Tort.
Lice Cartalma Specialty,
No. Z724 Third Ave.
Telephone No. 1214.
(Successor to H. WtKTJT.)
Merchant -:- Tailor,
119 Eighteenth Street.
IVFlt and Workmanship Guar
anteed the Best
C eanlng and Repairing Dons
SEE AS U YC'JTU S
TRCSI WOHDEtFVl UNSES
-Aretha result of years of scientific erper.
nnenttng. and are now placed, owing- to
their superiority, preeminently above evert
Uilnc heretofore produced In this line.
tne Pnest nnd most porfec-tlr constractod
to eorrncti n k the varionsvisualjniperfeo
tions. A trial of the imwawjosr wllfTrmVlnn
For sale by T. II. THOMAS, Drng
gist and optician.
nU r-a. V Vv YV
bONT ACCEPT IMITATIONS.
E imoemi ft gmmlk oo onm.
Of Mackintosh and Rubber Clothing.
We are now showing a Large Sto 'V of Ladies
single and double Texture Mackintoshes in
Low priced. Medium and the Finer Grades.
Also Mandleberg's English Mackintoshes,
which are the finest made, and are selling them
at Chicago prices.
We also hare a special line of Misses' School
Garments that are Waterproof and Serviceable.
Men and Hoys' Mackintosh and Rublcr Coats.
Al' grades and prices.
Rubber Store, Telc4Phonc
WILSON IIA1GIIT & CO.,
207 Brady Street, Davenport.
llanulacturers cl FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAG033
foil and comp'eis r.t-e of Platform and other Bpnc Wamia.cspeciar anatrao sotaa
aeauuri trade, ot snparlor worfcrnanshlii and fii-lra IJ last rated Prtca List fiasaa
r!icaUOE. fosth. fetoLJK W1,K beiore tcrcnaats(
Remember that you can always find the latest styles
and largest assortment in the tri-cities at
Mason's Carriage Works
. Davenport, Iowa.
CEAO. D AZffrj
I if Lau IJonasa
One block from Central Park, largest ta Iowa.
tOUK M. rARIDO.
P ARID OLT 2 SON
Painters and Decorators
FAFZS EaUTaZfiS. CALSaatTCTSS. etc.
SHOP. 119 Sm&Uenth St., BOCZ ISXJLSS. ILL.
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE, MO: 2821 SIXTH AVENUE,
Shop on Vine Street HOCK ISLAND.
Contractor and Builder.
Stop, Holly ZXom ZZom.
Residence. 410 8 Tenth street.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters.
Howe Heating and Sanitary Plambing. Basement Bock Island Nat. Bank-
.anaaw A aaaaaaa
Of Carriages, Harness,
Laprobes, Whips, etc.
Um Crady atreat
of Cat Flower. eoasUnt!, on hand.
Wish Mo rv
Sol ISradj street, D wet port. la
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