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THE AU ;rs. SATUKDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1835.
of buying Shoes that don't wear.
Isn't that so? Try a pair of our
5J.00 shoes you will get your
money's worth and a lot of style
thrown in. If you want to pay
another dollar, pay 4&4.00 and get
an elegant shoe, fit, style .and long
wearing qualities combined. You
should see our new Welt Shoe for
Ladies at $4.00.
"Kulcr Down" Bootees anil Mitts.
162 J Second Ave., Under Rock Island House.
The afet and most permanent curt for the
It poison is not driven on? of th syat'-m by
mr-Tr violent prison at the expns of lie c-ueral
Th tratment builds up from tbe ttr: and
il Labi' vanishes quietly and easily, leaving the
jaU-ct in perfect health.
The Testimony of all graduates is that a marve
lous renewal baa taken place.
Inritntes in all parts of tbe United Statee.
LtrauT on the subject sent on application
MORRELL LIQUOR CURE CJ
liom Office. BUFoRD BLOCK. H ck Isltnd, 111.
INCORPORATED CXDEK TBE STATE LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
Rock Islaxd, III.
IVi -i . 1 from 9 n. to t-n. m and Bataruay eretmea fro" to S 'ctock.
r.t ;r wnt Istcrvst paid on Deposit. Money loaned on Personal col
lateral mt Real Estate security.
THE FIRST -OLA S
t i t a am ,trp.
At 324 Seventeenth Street.
1803 Second Avenue.
Ptoprteufor of tt Brady
Ail kUd oT Cat Flowcn nonrtaotly oa Mt.
' w '" lntrnl aart. tmm tamrt la taw
3M Bndy " Bnisaaari, 1
THROUGH THE COUNTY.
- Tf t:s r. C. Iwr.kTUm. Join Crabanrfc. fill niitefcrU. H. T. Hall. L. ft,
. W Unnt, J. M. Rntorl, Voia.
Jacaaoa Ucur, Sulteiton.
Ifu tn J;.) t.lMb, i cfccrj a ecGtkraet coil: rr of MiUtieU A 1 ywt t aciidiiiC
Aa4almla, Ha TradlttoM
Amulisia, Nov. 16. There was a
time when AntlaluMa was something
of a plarc, boasting of some 1.50O
inhabitants, with four warehouses,
several stores anil a spirit of aetivi
tv. That was away back in 1870, but
since that date the plaee has frown
small by decrees, and more beauti
fully less. , A little over S'W eople
is all that the town can boast of
now in the way of pcpulation.
Those in business do what they
can. bat facilities are lacking,
and the inhabitants, Micawher like,
waiting for something to turn up.
With one voice they all declare that
the building of the Mercer county
railro.i'l scaled the doom of AikIuIu
sia. at least for the present. In the
golden days of the past, this was a
great shipping point. Itut few
traces, however, of these prosperous
In the immediate vicinitv of the
village arc m:igniticcnt coal beds
awaiting development. The finest
pottery clay can here be found. In.
specting parties have visited the
place, particularly from Peoria, and
while they highly commended the
clay for the purpose named, they
saw no rooarjs of utilizing it, on ac
count of the lack of transportation
facilities. A railroad is needed to
connect Rock Island with Sew Bos
ton, passing through Amfalusia, and
the people think that the C, B. & C.
could reap a rich harvest by project
ing its lines in that dirceti.jn, while
at the same time the community
would be benefitted in the most sub
H. M. Hronkman. son of J. II.'
Brookman, has returned with his
3-ycar-old Malliou. Kilramon, from a
season's campaigning He is highly
pleaded with the success achieved',
having obtained a record of 2:-'J.
For a tt-year-old this is exceptionally
good. The horse has frequently won
a half in 1:'15 and 1 : 0 and a quarter
in 06 seconds in a 2:0 gait. Kilramon
has the fastest record of any 3-vear-old
pacing stallion in the state, and
Harry thinks that in a little time he
will have a record of 2:10. or perhaps
N;. F. Brookman was married on
Wednesday, the Kith inst.. to Miss
lkira (irifiia. The groom is the son
of J. 11. Brookman, and the.bride the
daughter of Joshua "(iriflin. The
ceremony took place in Milan. I he
young couple will reside for the
preseut with the father of the groom.
A felial was given in the Masonic
hail on Wednesday evening for the
benctitof the Baptist church. It was
largely attended, and was a success in
every way. A silk quilt made by
the ladies was voted on. and out of
the !' votes cast the newly-married
couple, Mr. and Mrs. Brookman. re
ceived 77 and, of course, secured it.
The voting w as not a preconcerted
one. but evervhod v must have thought
at the moment that such an article
was a most benefitting one as a win
ter offering for those just starting on
the voyage of matrimony.
With the rich resources surround
ing us here we might have one of
the most thriving towns in the state.
but some enterprising individuals
should take the matter in hand. As
before stated, the business men of the
town are doing their best, bnt they
are handicapped by existing circum
A Statute at the Fair.
"The jrreat educational motive of the
Chit-ago fair," laughs a returned visitor
to the exposition, "has missed in one
particular. On all the maps in the of
ficial guidebooks, to winch everybouv
on tbe cronnds mast pin his faith from
the beginning to the end of his stay, the
statue of the 'Republic' is written 'stat
ute.' Uuidebooks bought in the early
weeks of the fair show the same blun
der. which has remained uncorrected in
later editions, and considering that this
is a common blunder among persons of
small education, and that the fair and
all that pertains to it are regarded as in
fallible by this especial class of visitors
the unrectined error has really consul
erable significance.' New York Times.
Pay your water rent "
Use Best on Record flour.
Fresh oysters at Krell Math's.
Ovsters served in any style at Krell
Oysters by the can or dish at Krell
Ice cream or oysters at Krell
Henry Wheelan left last evening
for Iowa Falls, Iowa.
C. M. Osborn left lst evening for
his home in Chicago.
If you try Best on Record flour,
you will have no other.
The Rock Island Bugtry company
wishes to exchange vehicles for coal.
A large variety to select from.
The latest Frohman success, "The
Iirl I Left Behind Me," is to be pre
sented at the Burtis at . Davenport
Andrew Welch, of Aurora, has been
appointed by Gov. Altgeld to succeed
Gen. William Clendenin as brigadier
of the Third brigade of the Illinois
The Brunswick Balke Oollender
company has opened a branch 'house
in Davenport, and carries in stock a
line of bar room and office fixtures,
the world's best and only billiard and
pool tables with the unrivaled Mon
arch cushion; also billiard and pool
table supples, Philip Ionardy. man
ager, ljt Main street.
Miss Tripp's afternoon dancing
clas for beginners meets at 4:15 p.
ra., and the evening class lor
adults will organize for the season at
p. m. on Tuesday. Nov. 21. Miss
Tripp has secured Carse's hall, on
the second floor of the buuding,'and
Prof. Sehillin-'cr will furnish the
To many people who have
of scrofula in their blood
agonies caused by the dreadful run'
ning sores and other manifestations
of this disease are beyond descri
tion. There is no other remedy
equal to Hood's Sarsaparilla for scro
fula, salt rhuma and every form of
blood disease. It is reasonably sure
to bene&t all who srive it a fair trial.
Hood's Pills eure ail liver ills.
AM tcnmpltalml Mors.
The colored individual who does
bostling-work around his native town
is quite a character. Tbe other day
be was exto'Iin; the virtues of one of
his blooded trotters to an acquaint
ance and exclaimed: "Why, good
Lawd, man. dat ar hoss kin kick your
collar button off without ebber tichin
to' neck! This neat little speech
was greatly applauded by his enthu
siastic audience, and he walked away
assuming an air of great dignity and
A CM Erj j
The nleasant flavor, gentle action
and soothing effects otSvrupof Figs,
when in need of a laxative, and if the
father or mother be costive or bilious
the most gratifying results follow its
use: so that it is the nest iamuy rem
edy known, and every family should
have a pottle on band.
At Trinity chattel. Rev. II. F".
Sweet, rector, even son" and Sunday
school at 2:30 p. ill.
At Trinity church, Kcv. R. V.
Sweet, s. T. D.. rector, Sunday school
at 9:15 a. m. Matins celebration
and sermon at 10:4."i a. m. Even song
ami sermon at 7:3') p. m.
At the First M. F:. church. Rev. F.
W . Merrell. pastor, will preach at
0:45 a. m. aud 7:3J p. m. Morning
subiect: An Evangelistic Church;"
evening, Halting Between I wo
Opinions," the third in the series,
Sunuav school at :31 a. m. toung
people's meeting at 6:30 p m.
At the Central Presbyterian, usual
services morning and evening.
Preaching ov the pastor. Rev. John
II. Kerr. Morning subiect, How-
to Return to Clod;" evening. "The
Completeness of Salvation Through
Jesus Christ." Sunday school at
11:45 a. n. Young people's prayer
meeting at b:4o p. m.
At the Christian, services conduct
ed by the pastor. Rev. T. W. Graf
ton. at 10:45 a. m. and 7:3d p. m
as usual. His morning topic will be
The F.n am pie of Christ." In the
evening will be delivered the last of
a series of discourses on The Dis'
tinctive Peculiarities of Disciples
Sunday school at 9:15 a. m. Y. P. S.
C. E. at 6:45 p. m. . t
At the United Presbyterian, preach
ing iy the pastor, Kev. li. t;. Alar-
hall at 10:45 a. ra. on "A Satisfying
Vision," and at 7:30 p. m. on Pre
paring the Way of the Lord." Gos
pel services every evening during
the weeksubject for Monday even
ing. "A Common Lie." Sunday
school at 9:30 a. m. Young people's
meeting at 6:45 p, m.
At the First, Baptist, preaching by
the pastor. Rev. C. E Taylor, Ph. l..
morning and evening, subject lor
morning, "The Manifold Wisdom of
God Revealed Through the Church;"
evening. The Life That Is;" fourth
of the series. Topic, "The
Hour and the Man for the
Hour." Sunday school at 9:15
m.. C. L. Williams, super
intendent. Young people's union at
6:30 p. m., topic: "Thanksgiving,"
led by the oastor. Sunday school at
the F'ortv-fourth street chapel at 3 p.
m., F. M. Sinnct, superintendent.
Gospel service in the chapel at 7:35
Immature Youth feettintf Lis Cn-t bave)
Shave down, pleas.
Barber Yes. That's all there is to shave.
"At rmsy a falliticoff t tog," i an old siytng.
Worn it war Hrt attere1, noodr kf-owp. JCoth
Inj i- cvlvr, nnlt-v it t the taki. c of a dorr of
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellet. 1 teas art like
maid. Ko ?rl; ine or drenching fillowa, at a
tbe eaae with the old-f aliion 4 p;l,a. The re'fcf
that follows rembk.the action of nature to ber
h.pp't airwdf ; tbe implore given to tbe dor
mant lieer ia of tbe salntarj kind, and ia apeedile
nvtvifvfted by the dl-api arjnre of all bilious
Hip ogw. Mck rnr-.arh , wind on Ibeatcm
ach, pain tbrougb the right aide and rhonlder
blade. ai d yell- 'Wtic a of the in and eyeball an
peteiijr rrawoKo mi uenow.
sjSSUra-nSj W-k 21.
I At T. j a rmmmmmmm- TTa -
,, Bock kind Tf12artt A CUtMjcr ifttf 801 ,21k
The best and quickest work for the
money in the city. T. H. Ellis,
1S81 Second avenue.
The Western Trail is published
quarterly by the Chicago. Rock Isl
and racinc rauway. it tens now
to get a farm In the west, and it will
be sent to yon gratis for one year.
Send name and address to Editor
Western Trail, Chicago," and receive
it one year.
- Joan eiumii, G. P. A.
No man etan afford to have a sick "Wife or
Daughter, nor, in such times as these.
A big Doctor bill.' Zoa Fhora cures
the sickness, saves the bills.
JAHNS & BERTLESEN
Peoria Cook and Ranges,
Tin wars And Hocsk Fcenibhing Goodf.
leit SECOND AVENUE.
BOCK ISLAND, ILL
PI our. Etc.
231 Twentieth street
Tbe tboronb iiirt. nctton given at thia School i, rerifted br mm than 100 different B
nting their Studenta.
112 and lU East Second Street, DAVENPORT, IOWA.
J. Elk CELRICTTT,
III3T1CT.3I If tUaiB III HOV
AakTosr Oroeet forTbea.
Tbe Ckriaty "Onm'
acd Ckriaty "IT a
R G. HuDeoir. M. J. P. sees.
HUDSON & PARKER,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS.
all kinds of Carpentering promptly attended to. Estimates
furnished when desired.
Shop cor. First ave. ard Meventeenth u Rock Island.
City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telephcpe Rock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or express
wagon and you will receive prompt attention,
TISC1ERLAKE ft 8FEHCEB, Props.
Roek Island Brass Foundrv
ID ARCHITECTURAL IRS3 HCH.
kiaA ef brara, bronae and alnirtnnni nrora taattnjr, all abadea u tca.1 ere
a ejiee ialtjr c4 bras metal iwttern and artletlc work.
cBcr iD Orvict-AtlMI Trim ati.o,.cear Ferry lai.diac, - HCCK IflASD
J. MAGER, ProptietoR
ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST.
Save money by baling yonr Crockery, Glassware, Gal
lery, Tinware, Weed ware, and Brashes, at the Old and
Reliable 6 a"d 10 Cents Store.
MRS. C. JK ITBCH'S. 1814 Third Avev
SEIVER3 & ANDES
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
AH Kinds ox CaxpentarWoTkDone).
'A HANDFUL OF DIRT MAY DC A HOUSJS
FUL OF SHAME." CLEAN HOUSE WITH