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thb ABetra fkiday. November 26, 1897.
TSr toolftt aoJ Saturday; siucl
A sta eewrt tae Korky
SMmnfal rta and auat cf U
MIsmwI a alley. It kM ease4 a
tMral fa I to iMDtwtUr tram
Moauaa U IM Mctrml Mtaahalppt
valley. Tfc teniperetnre la afala
wa Xanh Deknts, tad
Kroef aortnwvM wind are Mewing
im hwjmI valley.
Tstayt taaamura, VS.
a X. Dm, Observes, i
Bsad Adams' ad.
Read Adams' ad.
Hjnet Mill loaded shells.
Bay a kosse of Klly Bros.
If oaey to loaa. Riidy Bro a.
Attcal nit sale at Goldsmith's.
Ladies' rubbers free at Adams'.
I;ih sells saot gats aad rifea. .
Ovarcoet. Somams a La Valla.
Laa't Little Gam it the Mat broom.
If a ffljrs, SI tea la. Bommors&Le
Elegant Ilaa of silk nuflersatthe
Loaded shells at Koch's at M aad
Jota tha crowds buying clothing at
All kladiof mittens aad glovee at
All wool anion mada paatt 11.64 at
Balk aad eaaaej ojttara at H. Tra
maaa'sSoa'. Oaa mora day for ladles' rubbers
frco at Adams .
Bojs' aad rM'.Jrtn's nlsters. 8om
Bart A La Vttla.
Only tomorrow for ladias' rubbers
free at Adtma'.
Nioe raal leather initio rolls 60
oats at Bowlby 's.
Use's heavy wool peats, ft AO.
lorn mars A La Valla.
Men's II SO wool flannel shirts 98
caau at Goldsmith's.
Try La Sails coal or eoka for for.
Mas. At MeKowa's.
Tlras for a baby buggy at Wicker's,
310 Eighteenth street.
Hard wood prepared for stores or
faraaceo at MeKowa's.
All tha sobby little salts for little
fellows. The Loadoa.
Willis kflteksll speat Thaakigtr.
Wg Ottamwe, Iowa.
To kaow a a. We aadersall oa
everything. The Loadoa.
Kttra hear y dock coats f jt maa
l M. Oommars A La Yslle.
Uaa's M cent working shirts M
Mitt tomorrow at Goldsmith's.
Fresh draaaad Urksis. daeka aad
hlohsas at It. Tremaaa's Sons'.
Doat forgt the elostng eat sale
ef elothiog 11 1 eond avenue.
Wkaa la need ef a linear eeil oa
B. T. Siemoa. 13(9 Third areaae.
Flaaty of &-ot fleeee-llaed aa
derwsar for 3) teat. Tae Loadoa.
Mrs. Alloa T. Jib a to a aad lira.
Feat Hamilton are visiting la Chi
cago. Neekwear. choice patterns, all
shape. 23 ci all. Sommers A La
II. Tumeaa's Soes pare kettle
readsrsd leaf lard la the beat; ate ao
Greet ulsters for small prices.
See that garment; 17.30. Sommers A
Special for Sttsrdsy boya' ribbed
adarwear. SV-eael kied oaly 17
Mats. Ths Loadoa.
Choice roll batter 10 cents a poaad,
eggs II Mate a doaaa. potatoes 19
Mats a peck at Beecher's.
Caps :i aad 45 Mats, mltteas 95,
U aad 4) seat, aad leather sospea
ders II caau at Goldsmith's.
S. KJwerds, engineer in charge of
the govsrameul river work at
Qulaey. has retarsad to the city.
Jaroa hygenle aaderwear, ackaowL
edged to m the beat aaderwear oa
the market, fur tale at the Loadoa.
Capt. SUecktaa laid kls Rook Itl-
aal aad Cllatoa packet. City of
mnooe,op lor tbe wtater yetUr
Two data baainaat la oae. 8at
arday matt do doable daty. Go to
McCebe't sal yoall tee how aad
C W. ITawa. Jr.. a student at 8U
Joha's Military school. lelafield.
tia.(isaome to speed Thaakegtv.
ice oretaea c aniens i cants a
poaad. food caaaed corn I ceats a
eaa. eaaaed tomatoee Y csas for II
Mats, aad fteih bread white, rye
or (reheat S loaTM for 10 eeaU at
17. Jf U ear prlea for blaek, blaa
aad browa bearer oTerooa's. mada
aad trimmed first class. Tha Loa
W. M. Mitchell, tka C. B. & Q.
railway poeUl clerk. kM mored his
family from Moamoath to Sock Island.
Maedolios, larre assortment.
prices aercr so low. if Uken at once
to make room for holiday goods.
A larre number of second hand.
ikop worn and little . ned organs
cot go at once. Easy time pay-
A (rreat dry roods week, winding
op with two days' work in one to
morrow, Saturday, at UoCabe Bros'.
Uo and tee.
band optigbt pianos, bat slightly
ea. wnica win da soia rery cneap
f taken at once.
A sneak thief swiped a pair of
!ents in front of Simon A Mosen
eldar'e this afternoon, bat Capt.
Eckard swiped the thief.
Money to loaa on real eatate se-
sarily, terms reasonable, and no da-
lay. Apply to George F. Both at
lackson 4k ilarit s office.
H!fhet Moaors-Warli a Pair.
Gold MadaJ. Midwinter Fair.
Oar 10 alitert are made of tbe
right staff, trimmed extra well, same
overcoats that others advertise for
19; 5 sired. The London.
Those goods at tbe old Econom?
mnit be sold. Salts at almost your
own price. See them before yon bay
and make your own decision.
Children's and mlsies natural
color fleeced shirts and drawer.
Ths JS-cent kind for tomorrow at 9,
10 and 11 cents, this one day only.
Mlts Adda E. Muse is gradnaltT
McoTerlog from her recent severe
illnett, aad nnleti a relapse oocnis.
aepes to resume ner dalles In the
John Brahn will hare a crand onen-
Imp lanch at hie new aaloon. S2SKmat
Second atreet. Daren port. Saturday
night, to which he invites his Rock
A report comes from Tork, Neb..
to the effect that Georpe. B Henry,
of Hampton, has pleaded guilty there
to (jrgery, and his sentence Is ex.
Pianos and organs cheaper than
aver aad on any reasonable terms to
make room lor the Christmas stock
now oa the way. Call at once and
get choice. Bowlby.
A number of sports saw a cocking
mala which was pulled off in the
early hours of veaterdar morning in
toe eastern part oi tha city. There
were several not battles.
John Brahn will have a crand
opening lanch at his asw saloon, 323
East Second street. Davennort. Sat
urday night, to which he invites
his hock island mends.
Charles Mollogh, cf Brookfield.
Mo., Is In tbe city for a short visit
with his parents- Mr. MoHagh it
train dispatcher for the Hannibal &
SI Joe railway at Brookfield.
14. J. Bossltier, overseer of govern.
meat rlvsr work at Alton, and Clerk
Sam Darrow, who has also been sta
tioned at that point daring the sum
mer, hare retu rned to the city.
Largest, mest complete and varied
line of mandolins, guitars and all
itna'.l musical Inatramente we ever
exhibited going at nnbeard of prices
at uowidj s, second avenue.
Tou'll not forget the special bar
gain points for tomorrow at 2, S and
4 o'clock at McCabo Bros'., and yon
ought not to overlook the other in-
daeemcntsforallday long tomorrow.
The ladies of the Broadway chnrch
win hold a "Vanity Fair" sociable
and sapper in the charcb parlors
ana sanasy scnooiroom rridsy even
log, Dee. 3. Christmas novelties for
Bowlby wants room for holiday
gooas. rreient stock most go,
Prices will do it. Everything in the
mnne line. Coma and buy at prices
which you cannot resist. 1609 Sec
Manager Collins opened the Rock
Iasand riak to tbe publio yesterday
There was a large attendance after
noon and evening. Hereafter the
rink will be open Mondav and Thurs
day aveninrs and Satnrdav afternoon
Bernard Copp, the young man who
bad his left arm so badly lacerated
by the cars in the Rock Island yards
mat it baa vo ie amputated, baa been
aiscoargea irom si. Anthony's bos
plul. and will soon leave for his
home near Denver.
R. A. Donaldson has purchased the
lasurance business oi Kelph Haver
stick, which includes the agency of
the following companies: Ltverpdbl
A London and Globe, of England;
Fire Association and Girard, of Phil
adelphia; Phpalx. of Brooklyn; Con
tlnental. Germaaia and Hanover, cf
Sew York. The transfer was neces
sitaud oa accoaat of Mr. Haver.
t tick's new dailes as stamping dep.
aiv lor tae suie ooara ol aoder-
writers, which will require his whole
0Uat Xjy. M.-Th we ao aar-
pnm la c InarJlt lrcturt delivered
hr Ut alht: b U sa an acoUc.
H'a rm,a" ae ta tr aubdivi.ion.-
"What 1U Uw Church Tjb.?
IU Ui WrU:r k-o.r and "Whom
"m Thaaar The ehurch
MMr.; th WM-klly had dm
vnw; nature; howrrrr. get meat ef the
WEEK. Supply your
Boasting pans 12x14 15c
Roasting pans 10x12 10c
Pie tins, 7 inch So
Extra deep pie tins 4c
Perforated pie tins 4c and 6c
Extra deep cake pans 4c
Loose bottom pie plates 8o
3 quart tube cake, loose bottom.. 19c
R&itin seeder, every housekeeper
snouia nave one, only ...4So
Mixing spoons, the best 10c
Chopping bowls. U-inch 6c
Chopping bowls, 13-inch 7c
Chopping bowls, 17-inch 15c
Doable bladed chop knife 5c
Japanese napkins, per hundred... 20c
Wa rent dishes, glasses, knives
and forks and spoons, card tables and
319-321 Twentieth St
Jast try a 10 east boa of Caaeents,
A fine assortment of
Poultry, Vegetables and
Read the list:
Caeurabeta, Hubbard Squash.
Cauiillowtr, Spanish Onions,
Oyster riant. Parsley,
Water Ckss, Head Lettuce,
Wax Beans, Green Beans,
Celery, Sweet Potatoes,
Malara Grapes, Catawba Grapes,
Tokay Gripe, Bananas,
Grape Fralt Ortngw,
Rell Flower Apple,
Wine Sap and Jonathan Apples.
Dressed Ducks and Geese.
Ostere, Cranberries, Nats and
1620 Second Avenue.
Ph one 1031.
I (PoSSsisal Mi 13 1
Riverside Base Burner
THI-QCUK Or THK PARLOR.
The handsomest, the most powerfal,
tbe meat durable, the most economical
hard eoal Stove that bas ever been pro
1 need. All the latest Improvements
known are embodied in this Store.
Examine it at
1615-1617 Second Ave.
THE GLORIOUS BIRD
5ot the Kaglo, bat the Turkey
isn't worth much for your
Thanksgiving dinner nnless It's
well cooked ; and, no matter how
excellent your chef or domestic,
nnless the fire is good the results
will be dire indeed. That's
where we oome in coal that
will barn, make a hot fire and
make life worth the living.
E. G. FRAZER.
190S Second Are. Telephone 1133.
New and Second-hand
All Kinds of
1719 Second Avenue. .
THIS WEEK we call special attention to
our LADIES WELTS at
$3.00, $3.50 and $4.00
These shoes have merit, not contained in ordinary
shoes also fitting qualities, better than the common run
of shoes offered by other houses. We fit your foot and
warrant every pair AA to EE widths.
LEADERS IN SHOES.
FREE FOR THE LADIES
Friday and Saturday
When wrlcomlng the eld
folks or your friends to the
feast surprise them with
some of KB ELL & MATHS'
rich and delicious
FINE BAKERY GOODS,
We are going to have an extra fine
line of bakery eoods for Thanks
giving dinner. We want yourvrder
for anything in the bakery line we
guarantee to give yon the finest In
the land and at reasonable prices.
Our lit of ICE OUKAMS for
Thanksgiving day will Include:
You can have a 1-qnart brick with
three kinds of ice cream or two
kind of Ice cream and one layer of
fruit ice, It is easy to serve and
your company will be delighted.
Order at once from
Krell & Math's
Phone U5S. 1718 1718 Second Avenue
Ick out your flavors from above.
We deliver picked In ice so tnat it
will keep frozen for hours. '.,
A pair of first quality RUBBERS (not seconds) to be GIVEN AWAY
with every pair of Ladies Shoes, no matter what the price of the
shoes may be, whether you pay $1 2$ a pair or more you get a pair of
Rubbers FREE! Many dealers charge you 50c a pair for the kind we
give away in this wonderful sale.
THE BAa-A-IlT GIVER,
ugene J. Burns
Real Estate p
. Buy, Sell and M&sjipe
property. Collect Rents.
Tbe o!d ro and time
tried ccmpacTa repre
sented. Rates sls low
sc any reliable company
roar Patrensfre la SoMnitart.
DfM 16S0. Second At.
Harper House Block.
Wall Paper Slaughter Sale
o AT THE o
SCHMEIL & ANDERSON STORE, '
Twentieth Street and Fourth Arenne.
ADAMS WALL PAPER GO.
SIEVEPS & ANDERSON.
CONTRACTORS asd BUILDERS.
AH kind ef earyeatw
OFFICE AND SHOP
aos iMiafoctisa goaiaaiMt
7J1 TWELFTH STREET.
H No matter what article,price (
or place we will do better. ,
.ffl J?- AFrom$ito$5saTedonevery!
TWO BIGG-EST STORES .
, suit or overcoat bought of us
THE TWO BIG M. & K. STORES
Raised Ned again selling better oods at lower prices
than ever or elsewhere.
Underwear that others advertise at 25c,
M. ft K. prioe 18c; 50o qualities at 29c;
75o qualities at 45c; $1 qualities at 75c.
Neckwear that others sell at 25c, M. & K.
price 18c; 25a for 40c grades; 89c for the
Ha, Ha, we jnst go 'em all a notch better
in this as in every other line call and
learn the Prioe on boys' hosier.
Shirt Waists and Blouses
Men's Hosiery that others sell at 10c, M.
ft K. priee 5c; 13c hosiery for 8c, 2tc hose
15e or 2 pair for 25o.
Men's Trousers that other dealers eharge
$1 for, M. ft. K. will give you a better
pair at fl.50; 1195 for the kind others
charge 12.50 for; and f t.4S for the f 5 kind.
Children's Sain at 11.95, just as good,
every bit, as others ask $3 for; $2.95 for
suits that others ask $4 for a big variety
to select from.
Until you can'i rest; decidedly the finest
and largest variety in flannels, silks and
faney blonses in the eity tbe priee mnst
be lower than yon can bay elsewhere.
Suspenders that others cbsrjre 40c. U. ft
sell for 25o; 75c qualities at 45c
All the swell things in boys' reefers, men's
overcoats and nobby men's suits, aad re
member it does not matter what article,
prioe or plaee we will do better. Look
around, get prices and then call at
1729 SECOND AVL. IIG TO l$0
, EIGHTEENTH ST., RCCK I8LANO.
II6 II7 W. SECOND ST. KRAUir
OLD 8TAND, DAVENPORT.
tae anwn uver aad bowel regulator
a T saaao
libeerlbe) for Tn Aaatra.
'C YEARS THS STAlfDJOUX.