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TflE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 28. 1834.
Imig, the tailor.
Foot ball tomorrow afternoon.
Go and see the foot ball game.
CloaVg at Yonng & McCombV.
Russian marmalade at Hess Bros'.
All kinds of poultry at W. A. Eh
Bargains on all cloaks at Young &
Order your Thantgirlng dinner
Oysters and home grown celery at
Underselling everybody on poultry
R. A. Donaldson is spending a few
days in Chicago.
Watch for the opening chapters of
The Lone Inn.''
Canned and bulk oysters at H.
Treraann & Sons.
All the latest in imported goods at
Emig'a. the tailor.
Foot ball at Twin-City park to.
A fine line of cloaks rerv cheap at
Young & .McCombs'.
Irescd poultry, celery and cran
berries at Hess Irs
Dressed turkeys, ducks, and
chickens at Schauta'.1.
Turkeys, chickens, ducks and
geese at C. Schneider's.
Free lunch, turkey and oyster soup
at Henry Deisenrotb.' tomorrow.
Turkey aod oyster lunch all day
tomorrow at the Young America.
T. V. Mr!n is in the city on his
way home to Chicago from Texas.
Tbe foot ball game will be called
at S o'clock. AdaiisMun, 25 cents.
Good sweet potatoes and King ap
ples at Xisft-n's South Park grocery.
No. 20. due hc.re from Minneapolis
at 6:30. was an hour late this morn
ing. Read Buncher' menu for a choice
list to select your Thanksgiving din
Spinage, lettuce, radishes, green
onions, oyster plant and celery at
A choice line of fancy crackers,
imported and domestic' cheese at
A new lot of carvers at J. V. Stew
art's. Juxt the thing for Thanksgiv
Fresh fash at all times at the Rock
Island Produce company's, llu3
Freh oysters, direct from Balti
more, for the Thanksgiving trade at
W. A. Ehleb's.
The chcaM'st place in the c ity to
buy your dinner is at Schauta's.
Dreed chickens and turkeys at
thcllo-k island Produce company,
nv.i imau avenue.
Turkeys, geese, ducks and chick
ens at prices as low as the lowest at
H. Tremann iV Sons'.
The finance committee of tl
county hoard meets Monday to audit
ice various accounts.
Miss Jennie Kane arrives from Chi
cago this evening to spend Thanks
giving with her folks.
Lettuce, spinagc, cauliflower, rad
ishes, green onions, parsley and oys
ter plant at Hess Bros'.
Pork, tenderloin, sausace meat.
spare ribs, leaf lard, pigs' feet, etc.,
i uiinnre s porK House.
I ieni v oi laocv t a:rr butter in
rolls, and strictly fresh eggs at Xis-
rn ooum ram grocery.
Ducks and geese, live and dressed,
ai in liocK iianl Produce com
pany's, IMS Third avenue.
Telephone Nissen's South Park
grocery. No. 121, for vour Thanks.
giving dinner and save money.
Buy your poultry for Thanksgiv
ing at II. Scbroeder's Twentieth
Street market. Prices the lowest.
One glance at the window s of Hess
Bros, will convince you that they
rate a i me delicacies in tue market.
Grand chicken, turkey, grose and
duck lunch and oysters at the Man
hattan all day tomorrow and even
Plenty of young. live and dressed
reese. uucks. turkev and niirimr
chickens at Nissen's South Park gro
Thanksirivins dinner will be served
t 1 o'clock at tho Harper tomorrow.
ant pichiiiingcr ' orchestra will d:
Mr. and Mrs. Olof Atkinson left
this morning to spend Thanksgiv
ing with Mrs. Atkinson's parents at
Messrs. If. S. Clc-ira, of Shaftcr,
Tr., with his family, and Charles
lilcitn, of Corvallis. Ore., will spend
Niftiest Honors World's Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A fmre Crape Creaoi of Tartar Powder. Free
60m Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
Thanksgiving with relatives and
friends in the city.
A full line of fresh vegetables and
California fruit, and everything that
goes to make a good Thanksgiving
dinner, at W. A. Ehleb's.
Don't forget the foot ball game be
tween Augustana eleven and the Mo
line High school team tomorrow af
ternoon at Twin-City park.
Plenty of fresh bulk oysters, home
made mince meat, New Jersey cran
berries, and all kinds of new nuts at
Nissen s South Park grocery.
M. W. Battles, who had his collar
bone broken in Moline last week,
was able to be brought home yester
day, and is convalescing nicely.
Oranges, bananas, pears. Malaga
and Catawba grapes, choice eating
apples, figs, dates and choice cluster
raisins for table use at Hess Bros'.
If you read Buncher's list in an
other part of this paper, it will re
mind you of many things you may
want to complete your Thanksgiving
In the Eastern Iowa poultry show
at Claus Grolh hall, Davenport, are
exhibits from D. G. White, George
Senne, J. McCartney and C. F. Kam
merer, of Rock Island, and II. E
Briggs, of Molinc.
Through his attorneys, W. II. Gest
and J. L. Haas, Frank D. Schcible
yesterday afternoon commenced pro
ceedings in the circuit court to have
the will of his late wife, Mrs. Anna
Schcible, set aside.
A grand turkey lunch will be
served by Henrv Doering at the
corner of Thirtv-ei-rhlh street and
Fourteenth avenue on Thanksgiving.
Lunch will be served all day. All
friends are invited.
Hess Bros, is the place to leave
your order for your Thanksgiving
pread. They have everything in
the fancy grocery line, and their veg
etables and fruit display consists of
everything in the market. Order
George Wagr.cr, Sr., left this
morning for Chicago to attend the
marriage of his consin, Get'lieb
Schumacher, of that city, and Miss
Nenmeister. of Ravenswood. which
will be celebrated at 8 o'clock this
Grand opening free lunch at
Gilbert Murray's new saloon. No.
iiy M't-ond avenue Turkey, chiefc-
en. duck and oyster soup tomorrow.
inanksgiving. l.vervhodv is invit
ed to come and bring their friends
ami enjoy themselves all day.
Wanting more room." is the cry
at the only big furniture store. "Two
car loads of goods on the track await
ing to be unpacked, and to make
room we will sell our holiday novel
tics at greatly reduced p ices. Make
your selection now at Cleniann &
Some miscreant broke into Harry
Smythe's ice box last night and stole
a lo-pound wild turkty, which had
lnsen ordered for one of his customers.
There were four turkeys in all in the
box. and Harry wishes to thank the
light-lingered gentleman for leing so
considerate as to take only one.
Train No. 13. of the R. I. & P., due
here at 5::!0 p. m , was delayed for
about an hour between Taylor Ridge
and Milan last evening, owing to tbe
breaking of an eccentric blade. On
reaching Milan tho passengers of
No. 13 were transferred toNo. 3,
which latter train brought them into
The sale at auction of the house
hold goods and library of the late
Mrs. Burdett will take place at her
late residence, corner of First ave
nue and Eleventh street, in this city,
on next Saturday morning at io
o'clock, and will continue until
everything is sold. H. C. Har
ris will be the auctioneer.
'Crowded for room," said a repre
sentative of the big furniture and
carpet establishment of Clcmann &
salzmann, "and in order to make
room for two big car loads of furni
ture now leing unpacked, we will sell
the goods now in stock, also the new
invoice, at greatly reduced prices."
Holiday purchasers who want to
make a gift of a pretty piece of fur
niture will, if wise, make the selec
tion from the greatest stock of line
furniture ever displayed in any city
west of Chicago.
A Chicago paper says that Canon
W. C. Rogers of the Episcopal Cath
edral, Davenport, who a week ago
married Joseph K. Emmctt. the ac
tor, and his leading lady, May Hig
gins Stevens, is sorely bothered by
letters from clergy a-d churchmen
all over the country. They call his
attention to a general canon of the
church, which forbids any clergyman
from marrying divorced persons ex
cept the innocent party in case of
unfaithfulness. Canon Rogers says
he performed the ceremony without
a suspicion that either of them had
been married. He was further mis
led by the marriage llwmsc, which
contained the word "Miss" before tbe
Mrs. Anna So oh i a Am. nrrnit fii
died at her home, 620 Twenty-fourth
street, yesterday ufternoo'n at 4
o'clock of apoplexy. She is survived
iy her husband, Hans Arp. The fu
neral Will Occur from the rnsiliiif
Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
William Weslev. the 22-weeks old
infant, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Holmes, died of croup at 9 o'clock
this morning-. The funernl will t.ir
place from the home, 404 Forty-third
street, at 3 o'clock tomorrow after
The Aboi S. 10c a week, deli
every evening at your door.
tj Give. a Dellfntfnl
Dane Uit Eveataa;.
Everts Commandery, 18, Knights
Templar, gave a delightful dancing
party at Masonic temple last even
ing, it being the first of a series of
several entertainments to be given
during the winter months. Music
was furnished by Schillinger's or
chestra, and about fifty couples par
ticipated in the evening's enjoyment.
At midnight supper was served in
the dining room by the ladies of the
After disposing of the business of
the regu'ar meeting last evening, the
members of Arsenal Council, 171.
National Union, repaired to the din
ing hall, where a delicious spread
was provided. This was fol
lowed by a few hours indulgence ''n
progressive euchre in the parlors,
concluding a pleasant evening's en
joyment. A reception will be tendered the
members and friends of Trinity par
ish, by Rev. R. F. Sweet, at the rec
tory, from 8 to 11 o'clock this evening.
A Ttnttrrmilfc WeJt.
Did you ever see a bntrcrniilk well?
I, mean a well that yields buttermilk.
No, there are no tnttermiik veils
abont here that I know of, but I taw
one out in northern Indiana once. It
was connected with a creamery. There
is no market for buttermilk there, mid
the inhabitants of the town, who can
pot all the buttermilk they want for
nothing by simply going after it. never
tonch it. As fast as the groat revolving
chnrns have precipitated their wealth of
golden butter the milky residuum is
rnn off into tha troughs that lca.t to the
Front thence it is
pumped up to feed hogs, being distrib
uted by a system of troughs among the
pens. These hops are merely kept to
utilize tho buttermilk, which would
otherwise go to waste, and the fatness
of these animals so fed defies words.
Very little eke is given them. Bntter
milk pork is said to be superior, espe
cially when supplemented with corn.
Xcw York Herald.
Religion and the Regulation.
Tho following story reaches rio apro
pos of soldiers changing their religion:
A soldier applied in the usual form to a
Certain C. O. for jxrmission to chanpo
his religion. The C (). was a little hazy
about the regulations, but he was quite
clear that there must be two parties to
an exchange. "Very well," he replied.
"I have 110 objection. But yon must get
a good mau to eschangowith you."
that enter and these which accumulate
within the body will tie vigorously opjxwed
and expelled it the liver be active. To keep
the liver active taka lr. Fiertes Pleasant
relicts. Health dejnds greatly uporegu
Inrity of habits.
William Hamich, of SJinden. Kearney Con
"I was troubled
with boils for tuirtv
yeans. Four vears
mro 1 was srt affl'icted
witli tU-ra t'.mt I
could nut wnlk. I
liouK-ht lr. Pii-rcc's
Plf-unt I..1',.t.. ....
J took one'Peik't' af
tor each meal. The
- ffl and hai-p hari
z. none ffinm. I tim-
-" also "Ti trouhlfd
" ' 1 11 .HI. UtTHUiiefl?.
WlK-n 1 f4 the
on, 1 take one or
two Pellets.' and
am relieved of it."
Wk. Kamick, Esq.
K THE MCV lit BETtKXEIk.
it P.Jt TOU IK SKEDT
want a ctxk
Wen: a partner
Want a munlton .
Want to rest room
Want a aervant pirl
Want to Fell a farm
V. ant to cell bonne
Wtnt to eichp.iijre anything;
Want to wil honaehold ennoa
Want to make an; real estatr loan
Want ;.i Be' nr trade for at.ythnc
ant to And customer for anything
USE THEMI COLUMN'S.
TH3 DAILY AKOl'8 DELTVERBD ATT.OCH
i-tpr overr cvt.nl nc tor ! per wet-k.
J'OR PALE A GUOD HORSE ANO BUGGY.
A.ply at Hcnueu' giova Htore.
FOK RENT NEW H-KOOM FolSE WITH
all modi rn improvement. U0U4 Nintfi are
nuc. Inquire of Meyer Kun ulietd, 103 fevceth
WASTED A YOUNG LK'.y COMPANION
' wo-k for part board ard pt balance.
Ki fercnota reomrttl. Addrean'-J tbi r-nica.
UTAVTED P-ITIO IM3HS TY EX
perirnr.ed hlppliv rlrk, with refi renr;
rati i..-t mall amount- Adrirp-a "K. F.."
SOJSW et Stcoud struel, Davenport. Iowa.
TPASTID-i TAP1BLE. EXEttOKT.C. BE-
liable young man. wilb from $301 to S1.UU0
ca-h, raiuul, t" open a branch of our biiaioi in
hork I -land. Bert of n ferencea required. If
you hae the money and want a legttnn.te. pltao
att oftice hulnes vend oii your reference and
iite whnt bimea expeiietice you bave bad.
Address, Q. W. Borland, gut W a bath avenue. CUi-cavo.
Insurance and Loans.
Buy, sell and manage
property on commis
sion. Collect rents.
Room 4, Mitchell & Lynde b'ng.
Mcinty re-Reck Dry Gooascn
Sole Ajrents for Butterick Patterns the best in the world.
Let the old year die
You put a Riverside Range
in your house.
Your wife and family happv
You will be happy.
Call and examine the latest
Improved Riverside Stoves.
You will make no mistake.
They always bake.
1615-1617 Second Ave.
All Hail the
It will be a happy day if you
buy your Ice Creams, Fruit
Ices, Fancy Cakes, Fine Can
dies and party supplies from
KRELL & MATH.
We will have plenty of Ice
Cream for all, and you can
ret any amount you ruav
wish for in bulk, bricks,
pyramids, melons, hearts,
or individual fancy forms.
You can have three kinds of
Ice Cream or two layers of
lee cream and one layer of
Fruit Ice in each form. So
trouble to sere it, and vour
company is delighted, Nothing-
nicer for desert or more
refreshing after eating a
We will have a Fpeci.il and
extra fine line of Fancy Bak
ery for Thursday. Do not
worry about your cakes, get
them from KRELL &
MATH'S Party Supply house
and you will be sure of get
ting Cake and Pastry that is
palatable as well as cheap.
A Great Thanksgiving Sale.
A MK or MAGNITUDE ANO MBIT To BMkVthia. enrfrat
Thank-f Wlnf aale. a eTent to be rrmeainrred. we aba!! oBrr la trrtj
depat meat the het m rcrand!e al price cot to It q-itca. and to far
ther eapoa-iae Ibis tale, make tha fulloa tocestraordiuarr offer:
Anyone Buying Goods to the Amount of 95 or
over will Receive a Handsome Umbrella Free.
To mk hn!nr fS worth of (rood a ea oalbl. aarattoa
a few amnnt; many bara1n nflVrinr Many nf tbe brt iteaa will not
be pablirhed in ihee column at alL Come hi and e for jroaraalf.
40 doaea Biarritz Olore In black and eotora. fie tl qaallty. Me.
2!do--n Hoene (J'w. rot all eolrr. worth VI. at 3Kc
1 duz-n r'ri',SnedeOlo-e. alwajra olrt ai $1. wll be 7V.
Onr entire lin- of ft lnr-.tn M M-ka and colon, tbl aala. 79a.
The (Inert (l M) uiore will ne !..
The be-t $I.7S and f-.'rtlove will et yoa Jot (1 C3nd Jl .
Infant' a I w. ol and Bne -axon Miiten. nua It v will he lie.
M e- fine, all wool. taionr X'fen analljr SSe, w'll be 15-.
Ijidlca'nne. all wool Saxon jr .Mutes in four banJaome atylc. Baa
ally IV. .ill be lite
llfn a heavr Mitten, all on re ilk. an"y 4f!r. lie.
I.kdir' hvr. pun- K'lk Jli'ten. alwav H7c. are 4V
1 he store price for th' tale ouly. Bay for t br Jtmt DOW.
10 piece all linen Table Tantavk. worth np to Me, at S3 and '.9c.
W dcaen all liuen Towel, each tic. per dozen, f 1.
Dress Goods Ien.n (,ll(.n(
WalennSMiirli wool HahK CVHn.rr qoall-r r.
IX axre as tan a all ami fati'-te n- Uim l r
4Mnr au wool iBPonea lov.-rt l.i-t:.
qaa.it at 7r.
Ueawa of otber ilmllar drire In the t-t Zt, j
M dorea baadeoan O. t. and for.'ed Hatidkr t, .
)' 1 1. CI aiMSvnandkerti'ier tie,. ,
in- decen W. ai, . ao llamtaet.taxf.. ,'
m doaea Ladla' atl line, atrrow bra ftnk-., i
folly eanhrn'dered boo gn-Mt aiae at 4,wliltie fi-
Th annr of M limn and p:)k La..lker-i . .
broldi-red, at priete to tall every pcrios. djy no
Our East Window
rnt In an attrartl' feature for tilwk. A f.,r' t
flne Water Colo and Elebin? at u; n td.Hr ., ' .
Iheaa ao in the -atne war. They ar- rerro'JoMm .. rif'"'
tiM. 4 well worth a piece la any houe. At Cii-:.-tu,.
are not to be enrpe d
Panel i:T In ir,!fte
faw I. 1 rr, ti :. Si. U.
The re in li. fl
Tbe t-'fiMi 'n v. ft
A'l hndotuely framed. 1 be almve price r-im .
Thl k oar larjre and varied h'.H 'ay aim k w ' t, .
apection. The public on real aurel it 1!! e t . 1i
Lone at pHce Bo low.
T ..... .
Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 1711 Second avenue. Rock Island.
KML & MATH'S
1716 and 1718 Second At.
Poor Turkey . .
How he will suffer this week while you are
giving thanks for the many goods things
that have come to you. We don't propose
to let Mr. Turkey suffer alone,
OUR PRICES MUST SUFFER
thk week so that you may be doubly thank
ful. The cut refers to Sideboards, Exten
tion Tables, China Closets, . Dining Room
Chairs, Dinner Sets, Tea Sets, and with all
a good Range to roast the turkey properly.
THIS IS YOUR CHANCE
to buy these goods even if you do not want
them until the holidays. Never have such
fine goods been offered at such low prices,
and such pretty designs too. Step in and
see what we have to offer v
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT
Terms of payment easy. 1809-18I1 Second Avenue.
It's Like Finding M oney.
Should you pass along the street and find a $5 gold piece, most people would naturally consider
themselves fortunate at being $5 ahead, but some other fellow would be the sufferer If you lcive
home with the intentions of buying a $15 suit or overcoat, call on us and we will guarantee to sun.ly
you with an outfit as good in every particular at
As Any Other Dealer will Offer You at 5
S n ,t7. mmT, " , WinS U"t bV dCa,i"S "ith Us "" -hick you are
legal , enutled ,o wh.le ,he only suffer woM be some
and .hat 1S what :you find , buy, one of our celebrated $,o, $,3.5o. $,5 or $,S suits or over
coa They are posmve.y as good everybi,, as those you .ould have to pay $5 morefor ehewhen.
Any of ,he su,ts or overcoats we are scll,nc from $,o upwards are splendid, all wool fabrics, while the
suus we have placed on sale at Sso and $S S5 are without doubt e,ual,o those you would have to
pay $4 more for elsewhere We don t carry the shoddy satinet kind-th best only. If, i;te fo.li,,..
money to trade w.th us-all we ask is an opportunity of proving our claims
Underselling Everybody on Everything Every Time.