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THE ABQUP, "WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 185,
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Schrocder's (or poultry.
See Hess Bros', ad. on thlf page.
Dills and toys at Mother Goose
Poultry of all kind cheap at
Yonog & McCombs will keep open
Drink Carse & Ohweiler's ginger
ale and be healthy.
Get prices on poultry at Schroe
der's before buying.
Di not miss those souvenirs at
Young Sc McCombs'. j
Any amount of poultry at Schroc
der's at very low prices.
Tea cups and saucers 25 cents per
set at Young & McCombs'.
Open this evening. Closed all day
tomorrow at McCabe Bros'.
Head Mclntyre-Ueck Co's. bargain
broadside in another column.
The bi crockery sale is a grand
success at Young & McCombs'.
J. S. Gilmore and daughter, Miss
Agnes, are visiting in Chicago. .
IS.irgains for everybody at Mcln-tyic-lteclt
Co's. tonight 7 to 10.
Keniembcr Hens Bros', can furnish
anything for your Thanksgiving din.
O'Connor A Brough invite their
friends to a tine turkey lunch tomor
row. Cars to Milan after the perform
ance at Harper's theatre tomorrow
The ferry boat Augusta, still re.
poses on a sandbar in the middle of
The want column of The Arois
can furnish you with anything. Give
it a trial.
Open this evening at McCabe Bros',
to give all employes a full holiday
Large turkey platters, former price
9 ) rents, now 45 cents, at Young A
You must have one of those dinner
sets at Young & McCombs'. Tbey
The keen-edged knife falls in 12
places at one time 7:3U tonight at
W. (2. Johnson, engaged in exam
inlng the city's accounts, is laid up
The sta?e of water at tho Rock
Is'and bridge at noon was 95; the
Turkry and oyster lunch at B. See
liurgrr's. Third avenue and Tenth
Nice turkey lunch at O'Connor &
Brniigh's. 1M2 Second avenue, from
10 a. in. tomorrow.
Mclntyre-Kcck Co. will close their
store all day tomorrow. Open to
night till 10 o'clock.
Attend the Mother Goose market
anil entertainment at the Central
1'resbytiTian church Friday.
Capt. L. I.. Wheeler, in charge of
tho Hennepin canal, construction,
tarried in the city yesterday.
Mr. ami Mrs. S. It. Stoddard leave
this evening for Minneapolis to spend
Thanksgiving with relatives.
O'Connor & Brough will serve a
turkey lunch beginning at 1 o'clock
tomorrow all day and evening.
Will Swetncy arrives from school
at the Northwestern university this
evening to eat turkey at home.
Ask to see the silver plated ware
that is on sale in the crockery de
partment at Young & McCombs'.
Hon. John J. Ingalls, of Topeka,
was a guest last night at the liar,
per, gning to Sterling this morning.
Anything worth selling is worth
advertising and anything worth ad-.
yertising is worth advertising well.
At 7:.10 sharp tonight the knife
falls in 12 places at once in McCabe's
store. Trices cut in halves and quar
' Miss Daisy Mngce. who has been
visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Kcd-
Iiehl, returned borne to Chicago
Holiday goods, dolls, toys, etc., at
Mother lioo.sc entertainment. Ad.
mission, adults, 10 cents; children,
A cents. "
Mr. and Mrs. David Hawes have
gone to Fulton to spend Thanksgiv.
ing ana visit a few days wun their
Twelve sharp bargains at 7:30 this
evening to wind up with a hurrah
tho great Thanksgiving sale at Mc-
l ai iros .
Hundreds of people are calling for
those beautiful souvenirs. Only one
more dav. Do not miss the'm at
Young & McCombs'.
Turkey lunch at Henry Doerrins's,
Fourteenth avenue and Thirty-eighth
street, inursday ail day and even
Ing. F.vcrybody invited.
Kxtra copies of the ladies' Thanks
giving edition of Tiif. AKi;t s can be
hal tomorrow and the day after at
t . . . . ....
me x. m. i;. a. nuiiding.
Twelve bargains thatjhould make
1.200 people send a happier Thanks.
giving win le oilored this evening at
:3) prompt at McCabe Bros'.
Supervisor William Rinck and
John Snitxer returned home yester
dav from Jacksonville, where they
accompanied lue lauer a lamer.
The first of a scries of four danc
ing parties arranged by tri-citr go
clety young gentlemen will be given
at the industrial, ball trtday even'
It takes a keen knife and plenty of
courage to cut price to naive! and
quarters, but that is jost what yon
will find tonight at 7:30 at McCabe
Travel over the Rock Island bridge
vesterday amounted to: Foot, north,
602; south, 573; total. 1,175;
Teams, north, 566; south, 561; total,
G. B. Russell, formerly night clerk
at the Rock Inland house and now
manager of the Dixie show company,
was among Bock Island friends yes.
Magistrate Sdhroeder officiated at
the marriage of Conrad Grantz. jr.,
and Miss Nettie Jasper at the bride's
mother's residence in Moline last
Morris Rosentield took another
long drive yesterday, going over the
island and coming'beck by way of
Moline. He seems steadily impror.
The matinee prices for the "Inside
Track" at Harper's theatre tomorrow
will be 15 and 25 cents, and for the
Private Secretary" in the evening
35 and 50 cents.
Thirty children take part in the
Mother Goose entertainment at the
Central Presbyterian church Friday.
Adults 10 cents; children 5 cents,
from 2 to 5 p. m.
We have bought a big stock of fur.
niture for the holidays, and marked
prices that will sell it. Come earlv.
Wall & Spicer, 317 and 319 Brady
General Manager W. II. Traesdale,
of the Rock Island and praty who
nave oeen gunning lor game about
Texas and other points, passed
through on their return to Chicago
Follow the crowd and von will
Gnd yourself in McCabe's store this
evening at 7:30. You will also find
12 of the keenest cut barcains await.
ing your selections. Look about and
ask to see them.
Nov. 11 at Sheepscot, Me., oc
curred the death of Rulus Stevens,
father of Mrs. Dr. W. A. Paul. He
was 88 years of age. The deceased
will be remembered by many Rock
Islanders as bavin? resided with Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Paul five years when
living in this city.
The funeral of Miss Matilda Col
lin, formerly employed as domestic
at the residence of A Loeb on Sec.
ond avence, and who died of dia
betes at St. Anthony's hospital Sat.
unlay, occurred yesterday from the
home of the deceased's cousin, J.
Sundin, in Moline. Miss Collin was
21 years of age and a native of Swe
In view of the fact that it is the
custom to skate on the canal during
the winter holidays and in anticipa
tion oi me pian oi several to do so
tomorrow. Engineer L. L. Wheeler
desires it said, while the purpose is
not to deprive any oHbis privilege,
the ice is not yet "safe and as the
water is of suOicient depth to result
in disaster should an accident occur.
be hopes the warning thus given will
serve a purpose to avert catastrophe.
Lee J. Mittinger, who has been in
Rock Island several months as a rep
resentative of the Western Stamping
company, of Cleveland, O., which
roposes removing its plant to East
loline, has departed, leaving an un-
raid boird bill of some. $275 at the
larper house, the larger portion of
which the hotel management, how
ever, has security for. Suit has been
commenced against the Stamping
company by the Barnard & Leas
company of Moline. which furnished
the iron material for the company's
East Moline building.
Observer Walt, of the weather
bureau, has prepared data concerinz
the month of December for a period
of 21 years, showing the normal tern
pe rat u re to have been 28: tho warm
est month being that of 1877 with an
average of 42; the coldest that of
1876. with an average of 15. The
highest temperature was 65 on the
24. 1839; the lowest 22 below on the
27, 18S6. The greatest amount of
snow fall recorded in any 24 consecu
tive hours was 1.92 inches on the 25
and 26, 1888. The average number
of clear days was 8; partly cloudy
j i ; ciouuy is.
Mm. R. V Lloyd Dnd.
Mrs. R. C. Lloyd died at her home.
1307 Fourth avenue, at 2:50 this af
ternoon from the effect of a second
surgical operation performed last
Fridav for internal troubles. She
was S7 years of age and leaves a hus
band together with ber mother, Mrs.
Mary Rafferty, and three sisters and
Buckles' Arnica sIt.
The best salve in the world for
cuts, braises, sores, ulcers, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
hands, chilblains, corns and all skin
eruptions, ana positively cares
piles or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give peneci sausiacuon, or
money relunded. Fries 25 oenta per
box. or sale by Harts A uuemeyer.
Tatx-lgrht Hoar to Atlanta, Oa.
via Rock Island & Peoria railway.
Cincinnati and famous Q. SfcC. route.
Choice of trains. Leave Rock Island
at 8:05 a. m. or 1:45 p. m. Arrive
Atlanta at 12 m. and 10:40 p. m..
respectiveiT. Solid resMbuled train
of Pullman sleepers, dining cars.
etc., via U. & C. route. Low rates
now in effect on account of Cotton
States exposition. For further in
formation inquire of
R. STOCKHotrsK, G. P. A.
thirty-foot Fall. - v
Edward Jones, of 1495 Second
street, engaged in the Rock Island
bridge construction, fell a distance
of some thirty feet yesterday while
working, and sustained severe
braises in the bead and body. Mr.
Jones wss stationed on the derrick,
when some unexpected obstruction
deprived him of his balance and
davhed him headlong to the ground
The injured man was taken home and
Dr. Morgan summoned from Moline
to attend him. Mr. Jones1 injuries
are snch as will confine him for a
considerable length of time.
Subscribe for Tass A Rons.
4 BILL OF FARE FOR A W
How to Pravant a Cold.
After an exposure, or when too
feel a cold coming on, take a dose
Foley's Honey and Tar. It never
fails. 50 cents. For sale at M.
Bahnsen's drug store.
Children Cry for
' Choice Eating Apples,
Choice Canned Goods,
Bottled Goods of all
kinds. Honey, Cheese,
Crackers and Cakes. ,
Brawir.lier wa can furnish
anything tt be dad in the
n-siket. Trlrphone 1131.
Men's Calf Shoes. " New Toes.
Great wearers. Guaranteed.
Equal to other dealer's $3.00
shoes. Seeing is believing.
Ladies' Dongola and Calf
New lasts and styles. B to E
widths. Greatest values ever
offered at the price 12.48.
Needle and narrow square toe.
Own Tour Bonn and Have it Inturtd.
Insurance and Loans.
Room 4, Mitchell & Lynde b'ng.
Make Your Wife
A Freseni of . .
So your Thanksgiving din
ner can be properly cooked,
and yon will have good causa
for giving thanks, not only
on Thanksgiving day, but
for many days thereafter.
are the very best made, and
possess many superior fea
tures of merit not to be
found in any others, yet are
no higher in price than in
ferior goods of other makes.
Walk in and examine
them and you will never re
' For Piano, Organ, Violin,
Guitar, Mandolin, Banjo,
and Vocal. To advertise
it will give away hand
some Music Rack. Call
in and get a copy.
Chas. C. Taylor.
1615-1617 Second Avenue.
IT WILT. BE A IIAPPY THANKS
GIVING IF YOU BUT TOUB
FRUIT ICES and
FANCY BAKING at
KRELL & MATH'S
We intend to hare at least 12
kinds of Ice Cream, 3 kinds of
Fruit Ices, 3 kinds of Frozen
Punch, 3 kinds of Glaces, 1 kind
of Charlotte Russe on hand to fill
your order with. Order a brick
of the above; we will deliver it
in time for your dinner, and
yonr company will be pleased.
There is nothing as nice or any
thing that puts a finish to a din
ner party es a desert made from
any of the above frozen puddings.
We will also have an extra
large line of Fancy Baking on
hand for this occasion, and we
do not want yon to do any. bak
ing. We will have everything
you want in the baking line, and
at prices that will be lower than
you could make them at. Re
member this and order early.
First come, first served.
Krell & Math.
Party Supply House,
Phone 1156. 1716-1718 Second Av.
We want to make your wedding cake.
Mc In tyre-Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 171 1 Second Avenue, Rock Island, 111.
A Great Thanksging Sale.
All former efforts eclipsed and an avalanche of bar
gains each and every day this week. Prices will be
hammered, down in onr determination to reduce stocks
and make room for the Holiday Goods crowding in
Startling low prices for the Thanksgiving sale:
25 pieces fine imported 38-inch all-wool Henrietta,
value 38c, Thanksgiving sale price 19c.
Extra fine Silk-finish Henrietta, a 62c value. Thanks
giving sale price 45c.
Black Drap de Alma, value $1.12, Thanksgiving sale
18 pieces 50-inch dress stuffs, very desirable, prices
are 75c. 87c, $ 1 and $1.12; this week 50c.
60 pieces 38-inch Novelty Dress Goods others ask
42c and 48c; our price 37Jc; this week 25c.
Jackets and Capes. '
45 Black Beaver Jackets, wide collars, mandolin
sleeves, others ask $5: hero $3.62.,
25 Curl Boucle Jackets, perfect, fitting, loudly ad
vertised at $8 and $9; here $5.98.
35 extra quality Kersey Jackets, velvet detachable
collars, sold everywhere at $15; here $9.98.
40 fine Seal and Racki Fur capes, 30 and 33-inch
lengths, 110-inch sweeps, $19.60, $22.50, $25; now $15.
100 pairs extra gne and heavy f nil 10-1 grey Blan
kets 75; value 43c.
Heavy half wool Blankets at $1.25.
Very handsome Mnlrose wool Blankets at $1.98.
California pure wool blankets value $5, for $3.68.
Special Sale of Linen.
10 pieces Turkey Red Table Linen worth 22c at 12c
8 pieces Turkey Red Table Linen worth 29c at 17Jc.
6 pieces 35c and 39c Turkey Red Table Linen 24c.
Good Unbleached Table Linen only 15c.
Fine Cream and Foil Bleached Table Linen at 37c
100 pieces extra Cotton Crash 11c per yard.
500 yards all Linen Crash at Sfc a yard.
20 dozen all linen Glass Towels 5c.
Half-a-dozen lines $1 and $1.25 Corsets at 75c
Women's $1 Corset Waists 62c.
This week with any Corset at $1 or over we present
a pretty embroidered handkerchief free.
Hosiery and Underwear.
50 dozen child's heavy fleeced black hose 13c.
75 dozen women's fas't black fleeced hose 9c.
Men's 4Sc Heavy gray Shirts and Drawers S2c
SO dozen women's fleeced Vests and Pants at
A BED ROOM SUIT f OR ffl.00.
Other dealers claim it is worth $18.00,
but it is yours for $13.00. Call and
see it. As to
We can save you 20 per cent on aiiy
Rocker you may wish to buy. As to
All we ask is for you to look at
CLEMANN & SALZMANN
Corner Second Avenue and Sixteenth Street.
Beauty - Finish!
Are the High Excellencies of the
M. 4. K.
That are Made Right,
And at the Right Price.
New' fall and winter styles of Clotbing, Furnishings and Shoes!
To whiclwe point with special pride, as they never were more elegant and never represented
so much value for so little money. It has always paid us to deal squarely,
and it will pay you to deal with a square firm.
Largest and Finest Clothing Store in the county.
Until further notice our store will be open evenings till 9 p m
1729 Second Avenue 116 to 124 Eighteenth Street