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THE AKGU8, THUBfar. NOVEMBER 14, 1895.
10 Per Cent
.. . -
ON ALL WOOL,
DRESS GOODS, SUCH AS
Whip Cords, .
During the balance of this week.
This offer is good for the specified time only.
Don't miss this opportunity.
KLDG-HASLER DRY HOODS GO.
217. 217tf W. Second St., Davenport, la.
WRIGHT & BARBER
BARGAINS FOR NOVEMBER.
A few pair of Men's Patent Cnlf Hal., $2.75, Former price $5.00.
A few pair of Misse' Plain toe, Spring heel, $1.50, Former price
Children! Pebble Goat, Spring heel shoes, $1.10, Former ptice
Mie' Red School House shoes, $1.50, Former price $1.75.
Children's lied School House shoes, $1.25, Formerly $1.50.
We desire to clean up our stock of these few odd pair in order to
be in good shape for spring. These are cash prices. Come before
sizes are broken. Uomenibcr the place.
WRIGHT & BARBER,
1704 Second Avenue.
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I LARGEST STOVE PUNTIN THEW0RLP At Your Dealers. I (
1 ' Allen. Afvers & Company I
ON HENNEPIN'S BANKS.
See our New
And Latest Suits.
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Our purpose in advertising Is to let everybodj
who buys clothing that b all mankind here
about know that our suitings are In, and the
finest ever displayed in the city. You are
respectfully invjted to call and see the latest
in patterns and styles.
Call and leave your order.
J. B. ZIMMER,
Star Rlock. opposite Harper House
I - . .1 he largest and most templcte line la the three cities. '
I I i-i 13 West Third Street, - - DAVENPORT.
Mlscellaaeoas New. erf ' latemt Fiom
Mllu im Vlcloltr.
Milan, No 14. Clarence Laflin
and sister. Miss Cora, of Black Hawk.
children of Tom Laflin, of Kock Isl
and, left for alparaiso Monday,
where Clarence will take a course in
music and Miss Cora a teachers1
Miss Mamie Olms'.ed, of Chicago.
arrived home Monday.
reter bimmon and sister, Mies Eva,
of Rural, were Milan visitors -Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Timmerman and
daughter. Miss Laura, were visiting
friends in Milan Sunday.
Michael Lcane, ianitor of the
Milan school, took iu the sisrhtu of
Davenport last Saturday.
air. ana Mrs. rrank Goldsmith, of
Rock Island, dined last Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. William Goldsmith. .
Grandma Adams, Mand Baselman
and William Williams and family
were visiting at lock 37 last Sunday.
fllrs. Anna Timmermau left Mon
day for her home in Moline, after a
few weeks' visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Charles Charier, of Rock Isl
and, and Mrs. H. Bastian. of Milan.
visited Christ Heber, of Black Hawk,
Ed Zeitchel and family. William
Fletcher and his neice, and Miss Liz
zie Hopkins took in the sights at
Kock Island Sunday.
H. Blumtield, William Burhard
and Fred Popes have just completed
a fine residence for Albert Simmon
on the old Stupe farm at Rural. ,
An entertainment will be given
inursday evening, Nov. 21, at the
To wn hall by the Ridgewood school
A good program will be rendered.
George Johnson, formerly em
ployed as time-keeper on the Henne
pin, lert Monday lor Gcneseo to join
L. L. Vl heeler's corps of engineers.
The government ollice for the Hen
nepin canal was moved down yester
day from the guard lock to the new
office, lately erected between the
Arthur Kuehl arrived home from
Taylor Ridge Tuesday, where he was
employed at W. 11. Garnett's. Arthur
speaks very highly of Mr. Garnett
and his family.
Fred C. Kricke arrived home
Wednesday from Buffalo Prairie.
wuere ne nas unipneu nts 10b on
Peter Fries' farm. He has accepted
a position at Moline.
Miss Lula Lambert was bitten in
the left hand by a dog last Saturday
night belonging to Aid. Benn. The
dog has bitten several before and
ought to be done away with.
Information has been received of
the death of Mrs. Alice Judge, of
Leavenworth, Kan., wife of J. R.
Judge, formerly of Milan, after only
a few days illness. Besides her hus
band she leaves a 5-year-old son.
The marriage of Elmer Haines to
Miss Mamie Sutton occurred at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs.. S. W. Sutton. Mr. Haines pur
chased a few days before his mar
riage the milk dairy of George Mont
C. W. Thatcher, our popular tele
graph operator, has been wanting a
boy for some time so as to give Bert
Si ars a chance to go some place else.
It is a girl though, and likely Bert
will stay another year. This "is Mr.
and Mrs. Thatcher's second child.
The W. M. B. society of the M. E.
church will give an entertainment
Thanksgiving evening entitled "The
Country Store in.the Time of Andrew
Jackson." I his will be as good as
the old "Deestrict School," given
some years ago by the same society.
Mildred, the 3-vear-old child of
Christ Heber, of Blackhawk, who
was bnrned about three weeks ago.
got along nicely at iirst. the wound
healing, but pneumonia set in and
she died this morning at 4:30. The
grief stricken parents have the sym
pathy of their many friends in their
Rev. w illiam E. Greene, formerly
of Maine, now of Taylor Ridge, who
nas cnarge or the McCnnnell chapel
church, near Taylor Ridge, and the
Zion church, near Edgington, has
held attractive meetings for three
weeks past at the Zion church with
great snccess. Rev. Greene is a
graduate of Harvard college and is
an able preacher.
The ladies of the Presbvterianl
chnrcb will give an entertainment
and supper at the Town hall Thurs
day evening. A good time is prom
ised. Miss Fanny Weld, pianist, of
Clinton, Iowa; the Appollo Quartet,
of Augustana College, and Master
Virgil Jacobs, of Rock Island, will
help to make the evening a most en
George Johnson disposed of two
bicycles Saturday night. Oscar
Anderson got the best of the two.
Oscar was named after the king of
Sweden. He is not a very big man,
but measures 5 feet 18 inches in his
stocking feet. The second went to
our city mayor, Alex Owens, and we
will soon see him spinning down
town on his bike. .
Mrs. Augusta Niesen died at her
home Monday morning of typhoid
fever and was buried Tuesday at 2
o'clock from, the bereaved "home.
Interment took place at the Dickson
burying ground at Sears. Mr. Jus
sen was in her 43d year and leaves
six children to mourn her loss. She
was a very industrious woman and
kind mother and her joss is a sad one
for her children. The oldest. Mag
gie. 18 years; Anna. 16 years; Nich
olas, 14 years: Jennie, 12 years:
.Mamie. 10 years, and Augusta, 7
year. Mrs.' John Patterson, of Rock
Island, will take care of the youngest
v-uuu, wuitu b uoi noma wua ner.
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isea was ue wiaow 01 tbe
late Nicholas Nissen. who was acci
dentally drowned while fishing in
Rock river near Sears dam about
seven years ago. The following were
the pall bearers. Louis Goben, Pe
ter Brower, James McCartney, Kell
Coopman, William Ejans and Dudley
ALL ABOUT ANDALUSIA.
The Lower End l' incited by Telephone
. Other Sews.
Asdalusia, Nov. 14 Hello! Is
this Tbe Abgis? Well, this is Anda
lusia and we axe happy to let you
know that we are connected with you
by telephone. Thomas Marshall.
tuator of Keithsburg. and L. L. To-
bre,, whoconstitute the Rock Island
& Mercer County Telephone compa
ny, wlh about twenty men and two
rigs, came up on the steamer W. J.
Young, Jr., Sunday morning and be
gan work oa the line between here
and Milan, which, when completed,
will not only connect us with the
three cities, but Taylor Ridge. Key
nolds. Preemption, Viola, Aledo, New
Boston, - Keithsburg, etc. So Mr.
Aegcs, wtten you want a mess of
JacK salmon, call - up Andalusia.
Hey! don't ribg off; I want to tell
of more of the happenings. Here
The Weekly Budget.
Andy Sinnet and wife, of Rock Isl
and, were visiting friends at o
place last week.
Mr. Mardes, of Illinois City, was in
town yesterday and engaged G. W
Britton to plaster his new house.
John Huntley was at Rock Island
and Davenport last week purchasing
goous lor ins store wnicn is now well
stocked with the necessaries of life.
Mre. Meyers, who was badly burned
by upsetting a pot of coffee," is now
able to be up, and it is thought she
will get well without any serious
renjamin r. ttauara is nome for a
month's vacation. Nearly all of the
dUtrict schools are closed now that
the older pupils may assist in gather
ing the corn.
George Hurst and family have gone
to Lamar, Iowa, where be expects to
reeiue in me iuturc. we are sorry
10 lose oeorge, as ne is an upright,
C. B. Marshall and Mayor B. F.
Knox came down this morning to try
their luck with the salmon and no
doubt will be able to back up a great
story with the finest string of the
The topic of conversation the past
week has been the law suit of Spick-
Icrvs. Vanlaningham, in which Spick-
I 1 1 a. li " r . . .
icr vmiiueu o.o ior purcnasing a
piece 01 real estate from Charles
Burgoyne for Vanlaningham. The
case was brought before Justice
Hayes, but a change of venue being
taken was beard before 'Squiro
ButTum, who rendered a verdict in
favor of the plaintiff. C. C. Rey
nolds appeared for Vanlaningham.
Our genial postmaster was telling
this morning that the postal business
was a very good indicator as to the
condition of the times, and as the
business of the office is greatly in
creasing he thinks we are going to
have a very good trade here as soon
as corn husking is over. We are also
pleased to state that Mr. Brookman
is running the office in such a pleas
ant and business like way that not
one word of complaint is heard.
Charles B. Hood, broker and man
ufacturer's agent, Columbux, Ohio,
certihes that Dr. King's New Dis.
cowry has no equal as a cough rem
edy. J. D. Brown, proprietor St.
James hotel, tt. Wayne, Iml.. testi
fies that ne was cured of a cough of
two years' standing, caused by la
grippe, by Dr. King's New Discovery.
B. F. Merriil, Baldwinsville, Mass..
says that be has used and recom
mended it and never knew it to fail
and would rather have it than any
uocior, because it always cures.
Mrs. Hemming, 222 East Twenty
fifth street, Chicago, always keeps it
at hand and has no fear of "croup, be
cause k instantly relieves. tree
trial bottles at Hartz & Ullemeyer's
arng store. x
roiey's Honey and Tar does not
claim to perform miracles. It does
not claim to cure all cases of con
sumption or asthma. But it does
claim to give comfort and relief in
advanced stages of these diseases and
to usually cure early stages. It is
certainly" worth trying by those af
flicted or threatened with these dread
diseases. 60 cents. For Bale at M.
at M. F. Bahnsen's drug store.
Twenty-.lx Hoars to Atlanta, Oa.
via Rock Island & Peoria railway.
Leave Rock Island at 8:05 a. m.; ar
rive at Atlanta next moraine at
11:50. Wagner or Pullman service.
reoria to Atlanta. Low rates now In
effect on account of Cotton States
exposition. For further information
inquire of B. Stockhocse, G. P. A.
BRIEF MENTION; "
Dr. W. A. Panl is here from Bos
ton on a visit.
Aid. and Mrs. C. J. W. Schriener
depart next week for a tour of the
Rey. Geyer. of St. John's Catholic
church of Rapids City, was in the
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Swanson. of
Bishop Hill, are visiting with Mr.
and Mrs. I. J. Hoare.
Grand vocal and instrumental con
cert at the First M. E. church Friday
evening. Admission 25 cents.
A dance will be given at Stoddard's
ball in Edgington Friday evening.
Nov. 22. A general good time is an
Miss Alma Creutzburg returned
home to Oshkosb, Wis., today after
a several months' stay with her
sister, Mrs. J. W. Wilson.
Arthur Trego, a former resident
of Rural township, but now living in
north county, Iowa, was walking
along the railroad track and was
struck by a train, causing instant
death, Nov. 9. There is a mystery
surrounding his death, he having at
anomer lime attempted suicide.
The work on two government dams
above Andalusia and one belbw it.
opposite Buffalo, is almost ended. It
is likely to be finished before the
coming of real winter. The upper
uam uas oeen nmshed and tbe addi
tion of perhaps 10 barge loads of
stone to the lower one will finish it.
This work has furnished employment
ior a large number of men this sum.
mer, and sale for a Jot of stone. Both
the pieces of work are wing-dams,
intended to deflect the currents so as
to improve the channel. Muscatine
The attention of all Swedish
friends is hereby called to the revival
meeting this evening at the Swedish
Baptist church, corner rf Twenty
first street and Fifth avenue at 7:30
o'clock. Rev. G. A. Hazstrom. Sun
day school missionary, will conduct
tne meeting. All welcome. Good
singing Bring your friends. Sat
urday afternoon at 3 o'clock another
children s meeting will be held by
Rev. Hagstrom. Illustrated black
board will be given. All Swedish
children are invited. Sunday a great
all-day meeting will be held, when
several visiting ministers from Rock-
ford and Chicago are expected to
Subscribe for Tjk Alter.
Files! Pile I PUeel
Dr. Williams' Indlsn Pile Ointment win rata
Had bleeding, aloe rated sad itchier, piles. It
absorbs tbs taators, allays the itching at once,
acts as a poultice, gives instant relief. Dr. WH
li&ms1 Indian Pile Ointment i prepared only for
piles and itching of the private -arts, and aothnc
alee. Every box is guaranteed, gold by druz
frlM. sent by mail. Tor 80 cents and ft per box.
wuilaau Manmfactnring company. Proprietor..
Cleveland, Ohio. Sold by T. H. Thomas.
Hard Coal Market.
Hard coal is cheaDer now than it
has been for many years, and this is
the beet time to lay in your winter's
upply. Call on E. G. Frazer for
rock bottom cash prices. Telephone
Children Cry for
Pitcher's Castorla. j
Brings comfort and improvempr;t and
lends to personal enjoyment wen.
rightly used. The many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, w: th
Itss expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best pnxlucta to
the needs of physical wing, will attest
the value to health of the pure liqnid
laxative principles embraced in the
remetiv, f'vrupof Fiaa
Its excellence is due to ita nresentine
in the form moat acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, tffe refreshing aud truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative ; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
and permanently cumtr constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of the medical
proiession, because it acts 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 drug
erists in 50c andSl bottles, but it ia man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
w. n mrac udmc ib j.nutu uu every
package, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute it ottered.
BDEEOB J. He .
Buy, Sell and Manage
property.. Collect Rents.
The old fire and time
tried companys repre
sented. Rates as. low
as any reliable company
Tour Patronage ia Solicited. .
Office 1820, Second At.
Harper Boose Block.
W. S. Hoibrook's
Is the place
To buy your ,
W. S. HOLBROOK,
Kos. 103, 105 and 107 Eaat Second street
Barnum Once Remarked:
"Most People Like
to be Humbugged.
Barnum never kept a Hat and Men's Furnishing Store, or he neve
would have said that. A much truer saying was once uttered
"Honesty is the
And that is what I am strong on.
HONEST GOODS, HONEST VALUES,
HONEST PRICES, HONEST ENDEAVOR.
See what we have in Winter Underwear. Prices never so Low.
The Hatter and Furnisher.
1 7 14 Second Avenue.
Full line of Furs. Cape.
Cloaks, Fur Lined Cloth
Garments, Muffs, and
Repairing and order
given p rpnipt attention.
219-221 VV. Second St.
(John C. Rayaes r Ce,
arenanl hjao cttr Aant
txa Uaxminnr. Lmrnt In price
of any stnrtlv hjghnule umn
meat. iwuia, Sead fur
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
he ordered direct from the'head offices on v
line avenue by Telephone.
Call for Rock lft...tj
Drewlng Co. ileer.