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TflE AKGUR SATURDAY. MAKCH 30. 1895.
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KATIOHAL C1L BUHSEH CC.
692 CCOAd AVE.,
Surtis Opera House,
Saturday! March GO.
"The Biot remr.kali1e toice recorded
by btstcrj. Xtw Tor Htrali.
MISS ELLEN BEACH
Assisted by Mr. Maximilian
Dick and Miss Georgeella Lay.
Pe.t sale t Flute's Tha'sdiT mornirg. Frlcee
SlOsndJl No 1ms. Telephone o. .
Burtis Oprra Hnuse,
OXE SIGHT OXLT! .
Sunday Evening, March 31.
Everybody's Favorite, ,'
Dainty Katie Putnam,
In Her New Play,
"M 010 LEIS
New Sons New Dances
rVat on sale Friday morning. TeUpbcaeSl
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ABOUT THE RAILWAYS.
The) Wtlftil-i- r Hal', Cr-aaseaeea Mm
Commencing Monday all mails car-
nea oy tne ratlroais will be weighed
for SO days, that the government and
railway companies niipht base an
estimate before entering into a new
contract for carrying the mails for
the next four years, the present terra
having about expired. In each mail
car there will be two additional
clerks for this purpose, one em
ployed by the government and tbe
other by the railroad. The
street car mail carried between
Rock Island and Milan and Rock
Island and Moiine will be weighed at
the postoffice in this citv.
Freight Agent S. B. Stoddard is on
the sick list.
Next week the clothing stores will
again be open evenings for the sum
Barney Dunham's engine, the 946,
is out of the C, R. I. & P. shops
at Trenton. Mo.
E. H. Martin, of Chicago, succeeds
Al Frey as clerk in the Kock Island
Conductor Studyvin has resumed
his duties on the Q., after a week's
tussle with illness.
Harry Harrison is back at his desk
in the C. V. M. company's office, af
ter two months' absence.
J. C. Stanton has returned from
his month's Arizona sojourn, and is
again punching tickets for the C, B.
The carpenters and plumbers are
engaged at the C. B. & Q. depot do
ing some overhauling aud making
The 472, Jim Smith's engine,
which has been receiving some touch
ing np. has emerged from the local
C. K. I. & P. shops.
Supt. of Construction C. W.Cobb
and his assistants are rebuilding the
R. I. & P. coal damp on the river
batik opposite the depot.
Traveling Tassenger Ag-nts J. H.
Leahy, of C, H. & U , and Charles
Lemon, or the Northern Paciiic, were
among the week's callers.
No official information has been re
ceived as yet of a new time csrd on
the Rock Island, although it was ex
pected tomorrow or the following
Sunday, which will make rndicai
changes in the arrival of No. 1, and
shorten up the fast mail.
W. Partridge, bill clerk on the C,
M. & St. P., is confined at his parent's
home in Davenport, suffering from
an operation performed on his right
foot, which was injured sometime
ago. and a rouple of the toes badly
crippled. He is getting along nicely.
John Holmes is attending to his du
ties. During the past few weeks a num
ber of old conductors on the Chicago
& Northwestern railway have been
discharged. It has been supposed the
reason was that the conductors had
been appropriating funds belonging
to the company, received from cash
fares; bnt it has leaked out that the
real season was that the men used
intoxicating liquors. It is further
stated that tbe company proposes to
employ only men who do not indulge
in the flowing bowl.
A Good Suit mt Clothes.
A Earnosvillo lawyer :ippeared before
bis fnentls in a new and costly suit of
clothes recently. When he named the
price, a bystander exclaimed:
"Whew! I haven't had that much
cash ia a month of Sundays."
"Cash!" exclaimed the lawyer.
"Why, I pot it on credit, and I shan't
loso any i;lerp if I never pay for it. I
think tnrn about's fair play, and the
other fellow can afford to do without
it." Aud. lifting himself to his full
height aud hcttoning his coat across his
chest, ho continued: "No, gentlemen, I
nevc-r intend to wear a shabby suit. A
man just can't afford to do it. Nobody
Us -.ny respect lor shabbiness. Why. I
coaMn't gain a case if I wore shabby
clonics ii i nnd tiie eloqnenco of a De
mosthenes or Cicero, not if all the law
aud tho prophets were on my side. A
jnry just wouldn't respect me enough
to listen to me, and the judge himself
would give bis decision according to my
ont-ward appearance. No, sir, a man
cau't afford to rear shabby clothes. "
Notice le hereby trirea tbst on Tneedsv. the
errtid day of April. A. D., 18:. in the city of
nor- isiata. ins., an election win Co beld for tne
following afllcers, to-vit:
One Varor for two years.
One City Cle- for two years.
One Hy Alton, ry for two years.
One I Ity Treasurer for two years.
One Aldrrmsn ia the First ward for two years.
Ore Aidrrnian in the Second ward for two rears.
One Alderman ia tbelhiri ward for two years.
One Aldmnsn is the Four b ward for two years.
on Alderratn In the Fifth ward for two yesrs.
One Alderman In the Sixth ward fo two resr.
One Aldennaa in the Seventh ward for two
Two Asssistant Snperrisors for two years.
One Aaseseor for obe year.
One Collector for one year.
Which election will be open at 7 o'clock rn the
ewtrninir and coatinne open until ft o'clock la the
afternoon of that dar.
I'lacca of repatratiaa and voting iQ be ae fol
lows: Fir t Wart Franklin bone bonee.
Second Wsrd. First recinci WolKnhsopt's
tore, corner Third aye'-ne aad Tenth street.
S C nl Ward. ieeond Prrcinct Geora-e gtodd'.
ha'.l. Eighth arcane between Ninth aad Tenth
Th'rl Ward, First Freciact So. 1314 Third
Third Ward. Second Freenrt-Joha Tartar's
grocer , Eichih avenue and Foarteei.th street.
ronnh Ward. FirM Pncioct c tll Third
Fourth Ward. 9ecord Frecinct !(o t school
hoow. N itHtcen'h euvet and Fifth arena.
i"fth Ward. Fin4 Freciact Boa Beoae, Bo.
Fifih Wsrd. Soloed Pr einct bchmidt's rro
cery. Tw mietn rn t . I
Mxtk Warl-No yao Fifth tvesue,
Serrn h Ward, First Preciact tn.et car barm.
SrTen'h Ward. neeonJ Prscinot Old Ho. T
school ho ear. errn b atecie.
A H. ni Eil.G.tltanl Town. Clerk.
Sock IaLaaa. Ola, March t, 1S96.
THE WHEELMEN'S CLUB.
Tnrn (trgnnlzaUoai ronspleted Last Krem-
Last evening the local wheelmen
completed their organization which
was enristened tbe Kock Island Cyc
ling club, with a charter membership
of 50 The initiation fee of $5. with
monthly dues of fl was adopted, and
the directors instructed to secure
quarters for a club house. Tbe mem
bership will not be confined to
wheelmen alone, anyone so desiring
having the privilege of joining the
The officers chosen are:
President Dr. K. M. Pearce.
Vice President Cy Dart.
Secretary-Treasurer M. A. Steel.
Directors Elmore Mafford. C.
McHugh. Warren II. Reek. Charles
H. Lippincott and Charles Spencer.
: Captain Lieut. Ruthers.
The movement is meeting with en
couraging favor among the lovers of
cycling sports, and the projectors
expect an increase in membership to
100 within a very short time.
At Trinity chapel. Rev. R. F.
Sweet, rector, even song and Sunday
school at 2:30 p. m.
At Trinity church. Rev. R. F.
Sweet, rector. Sunday school at 9:15
a. m. Matins at 10:45 a. m. Even
song at 7:30 p. m.
At tbe Central Presbyterian,
Preaching at 10:45 a. m. by Rev. D.
T. Robinson. No evening service.
Sunday school at 9:15 a. m. Young
people's meeting at 6:45 p. m.
At the Christian church, the pas
tor. Rev. T. W. Grafton, will preach
at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Morn
ing subject "The Cbristain and Bus
iness;" evening. -The Great Confla
gration;" Sunday school at 9:15 a. m.,
Twenty-ninth street chaDel Sunday
school at 3 p. m. Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:30
At the First Methodist church,
preachiog at 10:45 a. m. by the pas
tor. Rev. F. W. Merrcll. Subject.
"The Priestly Sympathies of Jesus."
In the evening at 7:30 a concert tem
perance service, at which the pastor
will speak on "The Cigarette Habit."
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m., J. F.
Robinson, superintendent. Toung
peoples' meeting at 6:30 p. ni.
At the United Presbyterian,
preaching at 10:45 a. m. by the ras
ter. Rev. H. C. Marshall, on "The
Joy of Salvation." In the evening
the loung People s society will have
cnarge oi tne services. Subiect
"The Tobacco Habit," with addresses
by Dr. B. F. Hall. Dr. J. W. Stewart
and K. B. McKown. Sunday school
at 9:30 a. m. Young people's meet
ing at o:o p. ni.
At the First Baptist, preaching
oy me pastor, ttev. u. k. Taylor, Th.
D. Morning subject, "A Corruptible
vs. an incorruptible Crown." In
the evening Miss Black, of Bassein,
Burmah, will speak. Sunday school
at 9 30 a. m., (ieorge H. Kingsbury
Bupennieuueni. n. i. r. u. meeting
at ou p. m., leader, u. s. Spauld
ing. Conquest meeting, topic
"Leaders and Triumphs in Africa.1
Junior union at 2:30 p. m.
At the Broadway Presbyterian,
Rev. W. S. Marquis, pastor, will
preach at 10:45 a. m. Theme, "The
Religious Kleraent in the Education
of the Young." At 7:30 p. m. the
omens Christian onion will con
duct an anti-cigarette meeting. Ad
dresses by Dr. C. B. Kinyon, H. A.
Weld and the pastor. Special ser
vice. Sunday school at 9:15 a. m.
Young people's meetin? at 6:45 p.
m. South Park Sunday school at
A Wonderful Invention..
The latest and most remarkable
improvement in food products is the
new Horsford's Baking Powder.
which has attained such enormous
sales in this vicinity during the past
few months, and which promises to
displace the old-fashioned kinds be.
cause of the greatly superior results
ouiainea oy its use. Xbis powder
excels in three different particulars,
viz: baking strength, healthtulness
and purity. One-and-a-half tea-
spoonfuls will produce better results
tiian two full tcaspoonfals of the best
of other kinds. All other baking
powders are composed of either alum
or cream of tartar, both of which
leave a physic in the bread. whil
this powder is strictly a pure phos-
pnate powuer, ana is oi itseii a nat
ural healthful article of food, bene,
ficial to all. Every ino-redlent is
strictly pore. It contains no alum,
cream tartar or ammonia.
New Ronta to St. Lonla.
Via Rock Island & Peoria railway.
x rains leave Kock Island depot, foot
of Twentieth street, at 8:05 a. m. and
1:15 p.m. This route offers a de
lightful trip through the heart of
the State. Passimr enrnnte th ritipa
of Peoria, (lunch procured here) and
c : t i . .
opuujjuem. nates as low as com
peting lines. Through tickets to all
R. Stockholse, G. T. A.
Light local rains and sliff-htlv
colder today and tonight; clearing
Sunday and cool; variable winds.
Today's temperature. 60.
r. J. Wau. Obf crver.
RbeeMatisa Cared la a Day.
"Mystic Care" for rheumatism and
neuralgia radically cures in one to
three days. Its action upon tbe sys
tem is remarkable and mysterious.
It removes at once the cause and the
disease immediately disappears. The
first dose greatly benefits 75 cents.
Sold by Otto Grotjan, druggist. Rock
Leaf lard at Schmedcr's.
j We believe Joe Haas will be elect-
Don't fail to read Jackson & Hurst t
ad. if you have money to invest.
Remember the date of the southern
excursion via the R. I. & P. railway
Very cheap round trip rates to
' points in Louisiana and Texas via C,
K. i. & r. railway on April 2.
April 2 is the date of the excursion
to the south via the R. I. & P. Rv.
Tickets limited SO days for return."
Harry Simmon seems to be worry
ing the Union considerably, but
probably not to so acnte a degree as
he is one R. M. Chamberlin.
Fine residence lots on Twentieth.
Twenty - first and Twenty - second
streets for sale on easy terms. . Sec
adv. M. M. Sturgeon, attorney at
Every family should have a case
of Carse & Ohlweiler's selzer in their
house, especially while our river
water is in such an impure condi
tion. Telephone 1014.
Next Thursday evening the An
gus tan a Conservatory of Music will
give its first grand concert of this
year. The program will be one of
the finest ever rendered at the insti
tution. And now rises Fred Appelquistand
in a stentorian voice proclaims that
Win Tindall is tbe coming alderman
in the Fourth ward. In which case
Tindall will be compelled to move
permanently into the city.
Ephriam Kempster. the populist
candidate for congress, who was
booked to speak at the court house
last evening, was unable to be pres
sent on account of sickness. Dr. C.
T. Lindley. of Davenport, and C.
W. Xetterfield, contributed oratory
instead, and defined the principles of
populism. A people's party club was
organized, with T. H. Ellis as pre.
ident. R. T. Cavelry, secretary, and
Paul Tbiesen, treasurer.
Spaolding's Official Base Ball
Guide for 1895 is out. The guide is
edited by the veteran. Henry Chad
wick, and is the most valuable sta
tistical book and reference guide ever
issued. This year's book is larger
than ever, and contains 21 half-tone
page pictures of all tbe leading base
ball teams of the country. The new
rules are published in full. This
year's Guide should be in the hands
of all the cranks. Price, 10 cents,
from any newsdealer.
Fra Kraut Sozodout
hardens and invigorates the gum',
purities and perfumes the breath,
cleanses, beautifies and preserves tbe
teeth from youth to old age. Sold
by all druggists.
I5j ir:! cem'ort and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly ti.-iL The many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
leii expenditure, by more promptly
adppting the world's best products to
tltc needs of physical being, will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
litiative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Figs.
It 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 tbe systen,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
and permanently cnriig constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acta on the Kid
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drag
gist in 50c and fl bottles, but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
package, alo the name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, yon will not
accept auy substitute if offered.
' The 50c Edition
To every yearly subscriber
of -OUR POPULISTS," or
the 25-cent edition to every
6-month's subscriber. Drop
card at once to "Our
Populists Publishing Co.."
1321 Second ave.. Rock Isl
and. 111. Rates: 91 per year.
Jf 94u mil. - aTvunrit.
a new. rrtialx aoS sal rcltsT jr aia
uua bow ea by over se.se
leak nssashtr. JnvtexratcsKejs
catnua, Hawass ofhn It sal i.e. fcas
AVe come to you
If yuu want something at a low price we have the
4 B A DGE 1,"
Which is good as other makes and lower in price.
Gasoline Stoves and Gas Stoves.
Corner Third Ave. and Twentieth St.
Mme. Kellogg will give one of her
At her Dress Making Parlors Friday and
Satt rday, March 29 and 20, from
10 a. m to 10 p. m.
Elude by tho mandolin Club.
Lessons not limited. School open day
Ryan Block, Second Floor, Davenport.
Mackintoshes, Rubber Cloth
ing Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes,
Horse Covers, Buggy Aprons,
Gloves, Mittens, Door Mats,
Matting, Hot Water Bottles,
Bulb and Fountain Syringes,
Bed Pans, Cushions, Sheeting, .
Tubings, Etc. ;
A Rubber Store i the Piace to
' Rubber Goods.
WILS037 HAIGHT & CO.
J07 Brady street, Davenport.
J. SPILGSR, .
Contractor and Builder.
Shop and Residence No. 811 Third avenue.
tonm m. PAstoosT.
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again offering you
Rock island. 111.
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