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THE" Alt jj US. TIIUJtSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1893.
The safest and most permanent cure for the
The poison is not driven out of the system by
more violent poison at the j-xpens of the general
The treatment builds up from the elart and
the habii vanishes quietly atd easily, leaving the
patient in perfect health.
The Testimony of all graduates is that a marve
lous renewal has taken place.
s'itutes in all parts of the United State?.
rrainre on the subject sent on application
MORRELL LIQUOR CURE C
Horn- Office: BUFORD BLOCK. Rock Islind, 111.
At prices to
Suit the Times.
Seamless congress, all solid -Buckle,
best kip and grain
Congress and Lace, buff, all solid -Very
best quality, congress and lace,
See our line at
See our square box toe for
1625 Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
INCORPORATED UNDER THE STATE LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
Rock Island, III.
0;l d v from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m , and Saturday evenings from T to S o'clock.
:ve per cer.t Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal col
lateral or Real Estate security,
- MITCHELL. I'ng t. F C. DKNK MANX, Vice Fret't. J M BL'FORD, Cashier,
I L. 51 .vhi !!, Y. C. Iieiiktrnnn. John Cruhancrli. Phil Mitchell. H. P. IIull.lL. Simon,
E. W H:irt, J. M. litiford, John Volk.
Jackson 4 IIcuct, Solioito-s.
K b , n, -f j-ij- at j, aild orcrjpy the southeast corner -if Slitcbell & Lyndi-'s new bnildlne
S '" '"C''ei! !:i hie new shop.
At 324 Seventeenth Street.
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Opposite the OK rtami
1803 Second Avenue.
Proprietoror of the Bi ady st rcet
All kinds of Cat Flowers constant on han't.
J s House,
Jk from Central park, the largeft it Iowa
IKM Brady street, Darenport, la.
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lorn Mnnhood. Nightly Kniissluns. l.erTousnfss.allnn
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4 1 use of tobacco, oplnm or a in.ulanw hich lend w li.Hr.nity. on-
j jynViinii.tlon or Insanity. Can be ctrrh d I n rest porkeu ' , J.-r
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The ' Limited Mail."
Try The Argils want column.
Fresh oysters at Krell & Math's.
Oysters served in any style at Krell
Oysters bv the can or dish at Krell
& Math's. "
Ice cream or oysters at Krell &
Th'e "Limited Mail" at Harper's
Charles K. Fisher returned to Ot
tawa last evening after a business
visit to the city.
Ir. A. It. MiCandlcss and wife of
Holton. Kan., are visiting their son.
Ir. A. II. MeCandless, on their wav
home from the fair.
Tea, colTee or chocolate with a line
dish of fresh oysters and a few nice
fresh lmns is what makes a rich meal,
and to gft the same go to Krell &
1 R. Wilhelm, former route agent
for the Aint'rii'jin Kvuri' iimi,mv
. 1 I .'
ami one of the most popular railroad
men that ever ran into Kock Island, is
visiting in Moline, accompanied by his
wife, and took occasion yesterday to
drop in on some of his friends in Hook
Island, who arcalwavs hamv to see
hi i .
Elmer E. Vance's great play' of
railroad life, The Limited Mail."
which has been successfully pre
sented over l.n.ti) limes in the lead
ing cities of the Union, will be seen
at Harper's theatre tonight. The
author was a well-known telegraph
operator, fur many years with the
Big Four in Columbus, and now he is
counted among the must successful
of managers. The Limiteil Mail"
is constructed just right, and the
number and variety of characters are
calculated to please miscellaneous
tastes. There is no class of people
regarded with more interest and ad
miration than the railroad engineer,
the conductor, the telegraph opera
tor and others actively associated
with the great and complex work of
tranportaiion. These characters
have been woven into Mr. Vance's
play and arc prominent throughout
its action, thus explaining its hold
upon the people. In The Limited
Mail" one can sec the wonderful
strides which stage craft and stage
carpentry have made during the last
few vcars. Such thrilling scenes as
the arrival and pas-age of the lim
ited mail, the drive through the tun
nel, the stoppage of the train, with
the glare of the locomotive's head
light, the escaping sparks, the hiss
of the steam, the pounding of the
drive whct4s over t lie rails, make a
picture that is seldom seen on the
i-tagc. The scene of Flood wood cut.
the Miughing of the wind through
the wires, the great telegraph scene
and the wonderful realistic saw-mill
scene are all admirable.
The distinguished tragedian.
Thomas AV. Keeue, supported by a
carefully selected company, will be
the attraction at the liurtis next Sat
urday, Oct. 14. on which occasion
Kichard III" will be presented.
Mr. Keene deserves success by right
of his long apprenticeship, his grad
ual advancement, his endless dra
matic achievements and a most in
tense, brilliant talent. He is our sole
tragedy representative. He is Amer
ican and great. We will be glad to
see him llash his armor under the
"Ich dicn" banners for many years
to come. Mr. Keene is supported by
the following well known players:
Edwin Arden. Frank Heiinig. Carl
Ahrcndt. 11. T. Haines, T. R. Eagle
son. Edwin Mackav. Lawrence
Lowell, IS. Mortcmer. John E. Mil
ton. Herbert Merritt. J. J. I'uni
mings. James Lonergan. Charles
Sands. C. W. Vance Miss Henrietta
Vaders. Mrs. S. A. Raker. Miss
Maude Hudley. Miss Florence ISock
well and Miss Hazel Kcgan.
On Sunday, matinee and night, the
famous Carroll Johnson, the singing
comedian, will entertain at the Iur
tis, at Havenport. Mr. Johnson will
present this time his new comedy
drama called, The Irish Statesman
or From Cabin to Congress." a play
that made tjuite a hit in New York
last spring at its initial production.
A company of ability supports him,
and special scenery is used in each
act. Among the notable features of
th! program will be Johnson's fa
mous waltz song, and appropriate
specialties by members of his com
pany. Coming soon to Harper's theatre:
Masked Hall." -Crazy l'atch."
"Oh, What a Night.' :-Hoss and
i lu-cnyard that "Draws."
A spot that is one of New York's ob
jective points of interest to the average
visitor is the old Trinity churchyard,
overlooking' busy Wall street At all
hours of the day may be soen llttta
knots of people, whoso clothes and
general appearance indicate very
plainly that they came from the prov
inces, wandering: through the grav
elled pathways, and reading with in
terest the inscriptions on the crumb
ling tombstones. Strange as it. m,
seem, out few of ihe busy New York
ers wno irequcnt the lower part of
the city have ever been inside the
That Joyful Fee ing
With the exhilarating sense of re
newed health and strength and inter
nal cleanliness, which follows the use
of Syrup of Figs, is unknown to the
few who have not progressed beyond
the old-time medicines and the cheap
substitutes sometimes offered, but
never accepted by the well-informed.
COLNTV HI II.11N;.
Ltcenaed to Wed.
Oct. 7 John O. Powell, Illinois
City', Mary I. Yates. Rock Island.
9 J. Y" Martin, Kock Island. Kate
10 Charles A. Anderson, Moline,
Cecelia Hengston. Hampton.
11 August Lundblad, Emma M.
Henry Pirmann, Emma Wardler,
7 Insanity, of Alexander M. Blair.
Petition tiled by Amanda Blair.
There being no attending physician.
Dr. S. C Plummer is appointed to
make an examination of the said al
leged insane person. Report of phy
sician tiled showing said A. M. Blsir
to be suffering from acute mania, and
that he is an unsafe persYm to be at
large. Ordered that - writ be is
sued to the sheriff to restrain said
Blair pending Lis examination by
l'i lrs. C. C. Carter and J. P.
Coniegvs appointed a commission to
examine into and report upon the
truth of allegations in petition. Re
port of commission Hied linding that
said A. M. Pdair is insane and recom
mending that he be sent to a slate
hospital for the- insane. Ordered
that said A. M. Blair be committed
to the Illinois Central insane hospital
as a county patient.
Cordova, Oct. 1 1. Janu s Thomp
son is a visitor in our village for a
Mrs. C. B. 1'isk returned home on
Saturday from heriisit to her sister.
Charles Ellis. ofMSuckford. was a
visitor in our village on Wednesday.
Corn husking will commence next
week. It is very dry and is all right
ISothcrmel & Hcawey's stallion.
ISacine. is developing some good
time with hard work.
Peter Moody and family, of ISock
Island, are visiting Mr. Moody's
parents in Cue township.
Charles Sallows is reported as be
ing no better, and little hopes are en
tertained for his recovery.
(leorge Reynolds, formerly of this
place, but now living near the Rock
river, is visiting his parents. Mr. and
Mrs. William Reynolds.
The Cordova band has about de
cided to organize a dramatic and de
bating club to while away the long
hours of the winter evenings.
A great many of our people, ac
companied by a large number of folks
from Princeton, laid siege to the
World's fair on Saturday and Mon
day. W. K. Johnston is making some
improvements to his property in the
village. There is no grass growing
under W. K.'s feet, when it comes to
The meetings at the Baptist church
on last Sunday, under the auspices
of the Young Men's Christian asso
ciation, were well attended in the
morning and evening.
Charles Phillips was in Cordova a
few days the fore part of the week
visiting his boys. Elmer and George.
Meanwhile he found time to shake
hands with old friends, who are al
ways glad to see him.
The Port Byron Lime company is
still running one kiln and hopes to
Vie able to continue some time. It is
to be hoped that the fall trade will
so far improve that the company can
again open their second kiln.
Phillip Wilson was home a few
days again this week. He has some
work near the lime kilns to do for
the railroad company, but found the
water still laying in the culvert, so
he had to abandon the work for the
Mrs. Hiram Murray, who has been
sick some time with malarial fever,
died on Saturday and was buried on
Monday. Deceased was 51 years old,
of a cjuiet disposition, and well liked.
Her husband and daughter and aged
mother survive her.
A I. V.ll.l.KV.
Coal-Valley, Oct. in. On tiiefUh.
at Secor, Woodford county, an in
fant chilil of Dr. L. E. Barton died
of cholera infantum, aged '2 months.
News reached here this morning
about i of the death of Miss Mary
Ellen Twomley. She had been at
tending the Western Normal at
Geneseo, since Sept. 1. About 1J
days ago she took ill with a fever, so
she could not be brought home. The
deceased was about 1H years of age
and was a promising young lady.
She leaves a father, mother and two
sisters to grieve for her.
Cattle Food In Maine.
Maine cattle are living on browse in
the absence of fodder. One man says he's
seen them push against the trunk of a
Bmall tree, bend it over and then walk
astride of it toward the top to keep it
from springing back while they strip
In the same state pigeons were once so
thick in spots that droves of hogs were
dri-en hundreds of miles to fatten on
them, and they could be knocked over by
the wagonload with 6ticks. Dr. Ezekiel
Holmes wTote these stories 50 years pyne.
New York Recorder.
Of Hood's Sarsaparilla is always
within the bounds of reason because
it is true; it always appeals to the
sober, common sense of thinking
people because it is true; and it is
always fully substantiated by en
dorsements which, in the linancial
world would be accepted without a
To Early Buyers
We have received our Fall Stock of Ladies
and Gents Fine Shoes and party Slippers
and can show you all the latest novelties of
the season direct from the leading manufac
turers of the country.
We are Leaders
In Fine Footwear.
fT-i...;.., hiriL.i.r.uft --g-is- iin
$econtl ami Harrison Sts., Davenport.
THEY ABE BARGAINS.
A car load of handsome bed room suits going
at the following prices.
Suits worth f 15 00 go at
30 00 "t
Remember we have only one car load to dis
pose of at the above manufacturer's prices.
1525 and 1527
1'24 123 and 12b
Hoods pills cure liver ills, consti
pation, biliousness, jaundice, sick
Our Purpose In Advertising
is to l-t everybody who buys clothing that's all Man
kind here about know that, our fall suitings are in, and
ttiat the finest evr displayed in the city. You are res-p-c
fully Invited to call and see the latest in patterns
and styles, in fall and wiuter wear.
J. B. ZIMMER,
CJ a li, and Ir-ave yonr order
T4R Blook Opposite Harper House:
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Alen's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKR1TZ,
Analytic ami Disnensine Pharmacist
Is cow located in his new building at the corner of Fifth aveuue
and Twenty-third street.
C. J. W. SCHREINER,
Contractor and Builder,
lta 1123 Fenrth avenue. Residence 1119 fourth avenue.
Pann3rpeciflcationfnniWiedonallclMcofwork: also aeont for WilW. P.tn
ROCK ISLAM) ILL
City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telephone Rock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or express
wagon and you will receive prompt attention.
TI2XBERLAKE ft SPENCEB, Fropi.