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THE AIX6T7B. BXTPBDA T. UAllCH 28, JC25.
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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.
Hiiber'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.
To the People of
Rock Island and Vicinity
Spring has come, and with it the largest stock
of WALL PAPER has arrived at the ADAMS
WALL PAPER CO. that they have ever had.
We can safely say that never before in Rock
Island has such a variety of fine goods been
shown. These goods are now open to your in
spection, and you are invited to see them.
Adams Wall Paper Company,
310. 312 and 314 Twentieth street.
-ELY'S CREAM BALM
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I lf Dtuasfpf hyrw-1. EI
"HE THAT WORKS EASILY, WORKS
SUCCESSFULLY." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
J0H1 Sf SAFER,
MOI fecood Atom, Coraar of SlCetaU tree!
The choicest Wine, Liquors, Beer and Cigars always on hand
Free Luck 9tmj day.
Call for Rock Island
Brewing Co. Beer.
BaOE FOR ANT STOVE. FVRMCK
ne mciar nuc.uii c mrip;i
BURNER THA" w " c-" moke
VI MMM. A FEKFECT FIRE.
WAXT AGEXTS on
alary or commission.
Send for Catalogue of
Price and Terms.
KATIOXAL OIL BURXER CO.
6S2 CEDAR AVK..
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Y BKOS, M Warren fcw. H.
rppwtu Hrpcn Tie;: re
SoadwickM firtieued oa short
TO BE ELEVATED.
Probability That BUfaop fpmldtmg Will
The Bloomington Balletin has the
"Newt haa been received from
Rome that Bishop John Lancaster
spaiaing, 01 reoria, will be trans
lated in the near . future to become
Coadjutor Archbishop of Boston.
with the title ot succession.
"Dr. Spalding, who is a nephew of
toe late arcaoisnop 01 Baltimore,
ranks as the foremost scholar among
the Roman Catholic bishops in this
country, and is widely known aa a
divine of great eminence and farce
of character in the church. Besides
being a distinguished public lec
turer and preacher, he is the author
of several important works of great
reeearcn ana erudition which have
taken high rank and attracted the
special attention of Borne, where his
seal and ability are well known and
most highly . appreciated. Bishop
Spalding goes there most particu
larly in consequence of the severe at
tacks said to have been made there
on the church and Catholicity in gett
er! tor many years past with no de
fense. As this was considered a
humiliating condition for the Catho
lic laity to be constantly subjected
10. it was tnougnt wise on the part
of Rome to take the matter under
A Oaad Protector
"Pr. Spalding is quite capable of
pruiccup vaiauni; mteresis wnem-
er in the pulpit or from the public
platform, as he is one of the most
polished and forcio'e speakers among
the American hierarchy, and is re
garded in ecclesiastical circles as a
much abler man and more profound
scholar than Sato Hi. Dr. Spalding
b a uiaungnitiueu. gran uate 01 some
ot the most famous universities of
Europe were he won the highest
nonors in the line ot degrees. Hi
uncle, as archbishop, presided over
tne second plenary council of Balti
more. Bishop Spalding was espe
cially selected to take charge of the
Catholic educational exhibit at the
World's fair at Chiciago. Thin is
not an unusual circumstance in the
Catholic church, where under cer
tain exigencies, it may be decided
wise and prudent on the part of
Rome, as in the case of Bishop John
Kane, of Wheeling, W. Va.. who has
been appointed coadjutor archbishop
01 at. Louis, wun tine or succession,
to take the place oi Archbishop Fen
rick, who has been permanently re
tired from the ministry."
9 mod ay Sei lit...
At Trinity chapel. Rev. R. F.
Sweet, rector, even song and Sunday
scnooi at z:av p. m.
At Trinity church. Rev. R. F.
Sweet, rector. Snnday school at 9:16
a. m. Matins and celebration at
10:45 a. m. Even song at 7:30 p. m.
At the Broadway Presbyterian,
the pulpit will he occur ied at10:45 a.
m. and 7:30 p. m. by Rev. Glenroie
McQueen, of Princeton, Bureau
At the Immannal Baptist, Forty
fourth street, preaching by the
pastor, Rev. W. H. Stickel, at 10:45
a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Morning sub
ject, "The Shoes That Always lit;"
evening, "There is no Difference."
Sunday school at 3 p. m.
At the United Presbyterian,
preaching at 10:45 a. m. by the pas
tor. Rev. H. C. Marshall, on "An Un
turned Cake;" and at 7:39 p. m. on
"borne questions 01 the Day. Sun
day school at 9:30 a. m. Young peo
ple's meeting at t:40 p. m.
At the Christian church, services
at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.. con
dncted by the pastor. Rev. T. W
Grafton. Morning subject "The
Cbristain at the Home;" evening.
"ine cverywnere-rresent liod.
Sunday school at 9:15 a. m., and Y.
r. S. U. E. at 6:30 p. m.
At the First Baptist, preaching
by the pastor, Kev. c K. Taylor, Ph.
D. Morning subject, "Christ the Sun
of Righteousness;" evening, "The
War in Heaven, Illustrative of the
Duties of Christian Citizenship."
Sunday school at 9 30 a. m., George
M. Kingsbury superintendent. B. X.
P. U. meeting at 6:30 p. m., leader,
Mrs. Paul Hamilton, topic, "Self-
Denial," (temperance meeting.)
junior union at 2:30 p. m.
At the first Methodist church,
preaching at 10:45 a. m. by the pre
siding elder. Dr. G. J. Luckey, after
which the Sacrement of the Lord's
Supper will be administered. In the
evening at 7:30 the pastor. Rev. F.
W. Merrell. will preach on the
theme, "The Hidden Treasure."
Sunday school at 9:30 a.m., J. F.
Robinson, superintendent. Young
people s meeting at o-.su p. m.
A good many tired men and women
could get rid of that pain in their
back 11 tney won 'a try farks' sure
Cure for the Liver and Kidneys.
The trouble is usually there, and
Parks' Sure Cure reaches and cures it.
Sold by Harti ft Ullemeyer.
Hard coal, all sizes, per ton . . . .$ 7 60
Discount for cash, per ton 25
Cannel coal for grates 5 00
Indiana block for stoves 4 00
Coke for furnaces C 00
LaSalle, third vein coal 3 00
Cartage added on less than ton or
ders. E. G Fbaub.
Rndv'a Pit Rn nnnattstrv- la ern.r
anteed to cure piles and constipa
tion, or money refunded. Fifty cents
per box. Send stamp for circular
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Lancaster. Pa. For sale by T. H.
a nomas ana tiarts vahnsen. drug-
gisis, tMCE lsiana, iu.
Who An nsmrtsw as to
K, That (at. . -
The opposing tickets in Moline are
as follows: .
People's Ticket For mayor, Gus
taf Swensson; city clerk. C. G. Carl
son; city attorney, W. A. Meese; city
treasurer, 6ol- Hirsch; supervisor. G.
M. rord; assistant supervisors, A. F.
Vinton. Sam Roseafield; assessor, J.
H. Jasper; collector, R. Malcom; jus
tices, Henry Ma pes, Thomas Merry
man; constable, Frank P. Lewis; al
dermen. First ward. Henry Leipold;
Second ward. William B Fones;
Third ward, Casta A. Gustus, (two
years). Gui Segur (to All vacancy);'
Fourth ward, Charles H. Perrin; '
Fifth ward. Leroy A. Vinton; bixth '
ward. Thomas Bos borough; Seventh I
ward, Frank Gnstafson. !
Republican Ticket For mayor. W-'
C. Bennett; city clerk, Charles G. '
Carlson; city attorney, George W.
Wood; elty treasurer, Charles 8.
Kerns; supervisor, Ruf us A. Smith;
assistant supervisors, C- F. Grants, )
Nels Pierce; collector. Timothy Gil-'
more; assessor, Chester C. Waters;
justice, Thomas Merriman; consta-;
ble, Joseph A. Gettemy. Aldermen !
First ward, John A. God- hn; 'Second
ward, F. A. . Landee; Third ward, .
John A.' Anderson for two year;'
Third ward. P. A. Merriman "to fill j
vacancy; Fourth ward, Charles H. j
Perrin; Fifth ward, ti. W. Johnson;
Sixth ward, Marx Kroeger; Seventh j
ward, George Love joy. j
In Coo. j
The opposing township tickets in
Coe township are: j
Republican Town clerk. Stephen
White; ar-8eor, J. I. McConnell;
collector. William Dillon; commis
sioner of highways, Frank Zimmr-J
mao; school trustee, George W.
(ienung; justice of the M-acn, Joshua !
Pe.pW Parly Town cltrk.
Charles Swisher: assessor. William
Groh; collector. Beu Wood burn; com
missioner of high ways. M. D. Han
berg; school trusted. A. Saddoris;
justice of the peat. 1'harl-s V. lip-
Engine- r Mike Griffin, of the Rock
Island, is laid up with sickness.
Asst. Gen'l. Passenger Agent B. N.
Austin, of the Northern Pacific was
here this week.
Supt. C. L. Nichols and Asst. Supt.
F. Con well, of the C. R. I. ft P..
were in the city today on business.
Conductor McLean is in Des
Moines, and it is understood he has
resigned his position as extra with
the Rock Island to accept a regular
run as conductor for the Chicago ft
Traveling Passenger Agents J. G.
Thompson, of the Canadian Pacific;
Harry Brands, of the Great Northern;
W. f. -Seiuwerth,' ot the Michigan
Central, and B. Keppler. of the Nickel
Plate, were Rock Island visitor! this
George Nelms has been called to
Beardstown by Supt. Besler. of the
u.. M. ft and wiU probably be ten
dered the position ot making the
regular annual mail weighing inspec
tor between Rock Island and St.
Louis on that road.
M ED I CI If K IK BREAD.
Pa. a. u.. ja. . .
The acids most generally employed
in baking powders for the purnose of
liberating the gss are the sulphuric
(alum) and tartaric (cream tartar)
which are objectionable for the rea
son tnat their salts possess medi
cinal properties and produce upon
the human system effects which mar
not be needed at the time, or at least
as often as food is taken ; for no one
would like to take a dose of medi
cine everv time he eats bread. It
was a happy thought of Prof. Hors
ford that suggested the employment
of an acid (phosphoric) which, while
it sets iree the carbonic gas, also re
stores to the flour much of its nutri
ent ingredients which were lost in
its manufacture. This., together
wun me taot that it communicates
no unpleasant taste, and at the same
time effectually secures the purpose
of all baking powders, should com
mend his preparation to all desiring
palatable and wholesome bread.
Haw Boaie to St. Loala,
Via Rock Island ft Peoria railwav.
Trains leave Rock Island depot, foot
of Twentieth street, at 8:05 a. m. and
1:45 p.m. this route offers a de
lightful trip through the heart of
the state, passing en route the cities
of Peoria, (lunch procured here) and
springneia. Bates as low as com
peting lines. .Through tickets to all
JL Stockhocse, G. T. A.
. aprlac Baa Coaao.
Does your rooms need reDairina-f
I. T. . . - " "
u mo, can on iercn ureve. xney
have a fine line of nil new 1895 wall
paper at . prices that will fit everv
pocket book. They" "have no old,
shelf-worn goods, but all new stock
just received. Come early before the
stock is picked over and get the best.
We also do all kinds of plain and
decorative painting and paper hang
ing. Open evenings.
Lcrcb ft Gbeve.
. . 309 Eighteenth street.
Baxendale, the sawed-off twirler.
has been signed by Galosburg.
narry Barren, who pitched lor the
Twin-City team the latter part of last
season, plays with the Memphis,
Tenn., elnb this year.
Waal'. toeoooetl 'faithls yos'ssk
It la a I quit sun u sweat
Wkick Batkaa tba lasr (VBM caovre
And feniers bresTh, hie rotas, pwa.
Leaf lard at Sehmeder'a.
Spring opeirng March 86 and 27 at
Mrs. U 6chinidtr millinery.
Dont fail to read Jackson ft Hunt a
ad. if yon have money to latest. .
Remember the date of the southern
excursion via the R. I. ft P. railway
Mrs. Dimoek's display of millinery
Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday,
March 26. K and 27.
April 2 ia the date of the excursion
to the sooth via the R. I. ft P. Ry.
Tickets limited 80 days tor return. ,
The Rock Island . lee company la
bringing out some of the "finest
wagons of metropolitan design ever
seen on our street. .
Fine residence lots on Twentieth.
Twenty - first . and Twenty - second
treeta'ior sale on essy terms. See
adv. M M. Sturgeon, attorney at
law. . ,
Eddie Foy appears at the Burtls
Friday night in his great musical
comedy "Off the Earth." It beats
the world and all there is in it in the
The German-English school prop.
erty, corner of Fourth avenue and
Fourteenth street, is for sale or rent.
Apply to Robert Wagner, B. Winter
or John Ohlweiler.
A mass meeting to (discuss matters
of interest to workingmen has been
called at Hillier's bail Saturday even
ing by representatives of the various
Every family should have a case
of Carse ft Oblweiler's selser in their
house, especially while oar river
water is in such an impure condi
tion. Telephone 1014.
- The Saturday Herald reviews the
city hall project and commends the
one undertaken by Mayor Medill a
year ago. but which failed through
H. C Harris, auctioneer, will on
Wednesday. March 27. at 10 a- m..
sell to the'h'ghest bidder all of the
household goods at the old home
stead of the late Henry Houctr.an,
No. 1123 Third avenue.
The lecture by Mr. Worrell Mon
day afternoon in Y. M- C. A. audito
rium is complimentary to, and exclu
sively for. housekeepers, and to none
else can (he packages of sweet choc
olate be given. Doors open at 1:30;
commence at 2 p. m.
Mrs. Daniel Corken gave a recep
tion to the officers of the Royal
Neighbor-, a lodge of which was re
cently organized at her pleasant home
on Seventh avenue, yesterday after
noon.1 "The ladies 'were gracefully
entertained, several hours of socia
bility being most enjoy ably spent.
A grand vocal and instrumental
concert is to be given it the new
Grand opera house. Davenport, next
Tnefday evening -for the benefit of
the Schuetien park music pavillion
fund.. The following extraordinary
features are included: A grand or
chestra of 60 pieces under the direc
tion of T. R. Reese and including
Strasser's union orchestra; Otto's or
chestra and the Davenport and Col
umbia orchestras; a vocal chorus of
100. composing the members of the
Davenport Maennerchor, Teutonia
Maennerchor, Germania Saegerchor,
etc. There will be a mixed chorus,
a ladies' chorus, with Prof. Cramer
as director, and the Davenport Zither
club. Prof. Fabrner. director. The
fund is for a most deserving purpose
and it ia hoped by it to raise $4,000.
The entertainment should attract an
1rm Coeld Hot n
"Love coaqners. all ttolni" tkr say, bat wa
kaow brltar. TbataamaoaM tktnaa It eaaast
coaqaar. Amoac them an-, h-adacke, billoaa
aow ersacpata. eooa'lpsiloa and piles. Bat If
tor Bi.ot conqoar tktna. Dr. Plerea's Pleasant
Pallata caa. Vea raaaot ksv real lova at s drag
at M. bat a ltsa iaaa wtthoat
Dt Fame's Pteaoat Peliata. "Vovs" caasoteo
altar cbaa to iaoaaiad ibaat.
"Boral Jtaor By
bi"tji aa is a aatamlly
ffaoroai all foralp taror aaa adaltar aaiT.r
aotcod pan aS soar ahrroa paara of a, racoai
awadad to tba esoawtasaur as s crttortoas am
eWwartbyof tka rnaliHaai of tavalias, eoavs.
HMOoata aad tba wad. sae Skat ear am fct
btooa la kottlo. BlAOporaaan battla.
BOTAL BUBr" POBT WUTB
lnralWs.eoaTalasi.auts aad tba ar4. ft
lt vitality, sreatas suasfth aad sppatne, balMs
aptbawaaksnd oabWJtetoS. (taana, SI. ptau.
M) canta. Pat ap aa kaaar aa4 aaataams by
ROTAL Wnrr, OO, Oblcaaa.
For sale at Baraor Boaaa rWauey. aad by
If your Cook leaves
you, insert a little
ad. in the Intelli
gence Column of
It will find you a
' Bring comfort and improveinent and
tends to personal enjoyment when
-rightly used. The many, who live bet
ter tibia others and enjoy life more, with
lata expenditure, by more promptly
adspting the world's best products to
the Beads of physical being, will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy. Syrup of Figs
Its excellence is due to its presenting
In the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
and permanently curing constipation.
It has givsn satisfaction tc millions ami
met with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak
emng them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Fip is for sale by all drug
gists in 5flc and ?l bottles, but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Un. only, whine name is printed on every
package, slao the name. Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute if offered.
3ffer Yet Made!
i-L"-l i"iwn THKH1I aelia-htod
lii-yora all over the United States
1' h I!" ;tvirt-to-Foot" Boy's OutSt a
1..: vi.r.is::T?sot doat, va.fi, bhoas and
ii V uuo :nir or pasta.
V 'e'n ao better yet this aeasoal
tor the fall
contains aa foUowat
One Double Brtatted Coat.
One Stanton 'an to MalrK.
On Pair of Fin Class Shorn mid
raw ram of Knee rails.
ad stM lbs price asllraaails Ike
Beiueuiuer. the cloth is all wool, the work'
mansblp and trlimntaKS flrBt-rlaas,everythlng
trlctfy guaranteed and your money
.bould yon want it.
Send tor aamplea of cloth, or better T
usaend von one ot the
aUtautw prtasM for SS.TC or C O. D,
wnn pnyiiem or examination
tl.90 on account la aent
n. W. Cor. State and Jacksaa Sts,
CHICAGO, nx. .
Beforences: Aaj Bank or Wboleaale Firm la
.. , . unicaan.
WEHAVE NO BRANCH HOUSES
The Portage Entry
Successors to the Portage
Red Stone Co., also to Furst
Neu ft Co.,
T AKE SUPERIOR PORT
JL AGE RED. BROWN
AND VARIEGATED SAND
Security Building. Ninth
Floor, 'Madison Street and
Aluminum rims, taper tubes.
The wheel that stands all testa.
DUKE ft DUTCHESS.
Can be found at
M10 Third aveaoa.
' HABDWABT AJTD PAaiTS.
ortis Opsra K::i3,
Mocday, March 25.
The American Travesty Co. and
Ia tba Faatiat e Opcrit'a Travesty,
"OFF THE lilf
.100 People All Good.
Tan tat of Pcewyt Tba calm'Batlat
polat of apaeiacular rpkadori nasaav
cam aaleiaei aad clco ilc eC cu
Prle Sf. St. fte toe, aad SBc .saita at
Flski.'b Friday aorali g. 1 elepboea a Sa.
crtis Or:ra Hesse,
Thursday, March 28.
The Event of the Season,
Supported by W. S. HART
in Buliver Lytton's Masterpiece,
Prices Si SI. TV- 80 rnd tic
rat. at Pink. 'a book atora Tues 'ay moraine
SPORTING G:0D3 at
Beieifs Glove Sioro
1605 SECOND AVENUE.
IV-.wr rA I9w1i of
Wines sd Liquors.
11 and lain Third Ave
March 26 and 27, 1895, we
will have a complete line of
Pattern Hats and Novelties.
Please give us a call.
118. 8. chiald(.
1805 Second avenue.
RO- K ISLAND.
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