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THE AltGUS; TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 24, 1891.
Table raising at Young's.
S. S. Dvla is in St. Paul.
Ojsters and celery at Browner'.
The American's suit are the beat.
Turgejs and chickens at Browner' ,
Order your cakes from Krell & Hath
The American's underwear is the best,
Oranges 20 cents a dozen at Young's.
Tbe American's overcoats are h (wot
Buy jour window shades at Su:cli3e's
The American's overcoats are tbe best.
"Call and see Young's fine Thanksgiving
Try our , home made mince meat
Browser's.:, . ,. , '
Mixed and assorted nuts, figs, dates and
oranges at Long's. .
Morris Roaenfield went to Chicago last
night on business. ,
For Thanksgiving dinner order your
turkey of Browner.
A. M.Blakesley left last night for Chi
cago for a few days' visit.
C. W. Bowles, of .Omaha, is in tbe
city visiting -with friends.
For a fine fitting shoe call for John
- Ktllj'a. at Dolly Bros'.
Lettuce, spinach, parsley, soup bunch'
es and celery at Young's.
Ladies try the Kelly shoe and you will
wear no oiner at uonv Bros .
Samuel Kennedy and wife, of EJging-
ton. are with friends, in the city.
Pecan ice and hickory not ice at Krell
& Main's, Stop in and get a alice.
Mrs.H.S Gleim and son, of Sbaftoo,
Tex., are visiting relatives in Rook Island
Mrs. E. H. Wright and Mies Maggie
Wright are visiting with friends in Or
Mrs. W. T. Drips and child, of Sioux
Falls, 8. Di, are visiting relatives in the
lbose light neck chains are the
latest. Call aad see them at Will R
Johnson's. Far a Thanksgiving dinner bill of fare
go to Browner's. He has every thing to
make it up.
Lemon, mint, wintergreen and maple
patties put up in one-half pound boxes at
Krell & MatL's.
Tomorrow morning from 9 till 11
o'clock. ladies' natural grey ribbed vests
at 17c at McCibe Bros.
For everything in the market for
Tfeankfgiing dinner, telephone 1187 or
call at 305 Twentieth street. W. A.
Ehleb. " 7 "
Miss Jennie Djlly has returned from
her yisit to Pocatella, Iliho. On her
return be visited at Salt Like City and
One reason why so maoy are planning
to take their dinner at the Harper
thanksgiving day, is that 8cbil!inger's
Orchestra will discourse music.
It was not "Poke"' Lambert who par
ticipated In the szrap on Seventeenth
street mentioned in last evening's Abgcs.
but his brotLer who circulates under the
more elegant name of Bum" Lambert.
The will of the late Michael O'Brien
was probated in the county court todav.
It bears date of Aug. 16, 188S, and was
witnessed by Thomas Mack in and David
Brown, and bequeaths his entire estate to
There is a 36 hour walking match in
progress at the Wagner opera house,
Moline. Late this afternoon Bert Cun
ningham, the sprinter, was ahead, with
62 miles to bis credit. There were seven
starters but five remain.
If you are going to have your friends
dine wih yon on Thanksgiving day, have
something extra fine by way of ice cream.
We can give you a brick, melon, pyramid
or a dozen individual ice creams in any
flavor and extra fine.. Rembember and
order early of Krell & Math.
The first consignment of iron for the
Phoenix Bridge company to be used in
tbe completion of - the Twentyfourth
street viaduct, for which Lieut. Thomp
son has laid such a splendid foundation,
arrived yesterday as expected, and the re
mainder is expected tonlbrrow.
George Schneider.the enterprising shoe
merchant. 'baa made another successful
trade, by which' be has disposed of his
Milan shoe store and a large par-t of his
stock in his store here for four handsome
lots in the city of Aurora. As a conse
quence Mr. 'Schneider has restocked his
Rock Island store with entirely new
good j. ,
Union Thanksgiving services willte
held in the Broadway church Thanks
giving morning at 10:80 o'clock, with
sermon by Rev." T. W. Grafton of the
Christi in church. All are requested to
bring at least a potatoe and an apple,
and where it is possible clothing, all of
which will as last year, be turned over to
the Ladies' Relief society.
B. H. Quick,of the Moline Y. M. C A.,
has made an assignment to Rev. J. H. C-.
Read of the associations personal prop
erty for the benefit of its creditors other
than tho ie secured by the mechanic' lien
on tbe bailding. The property assigned
is valued at f 523 65 and a lease valued at
$100 hel I by one of the tenants, wh.le
the creditors for whose benefit tbe assign
ment wis made having claims aggrega
ting $2 ( 00. ;
Tub A rgcj has provided the business
house of Rock Island with a list of tbe
alrm bcxes topether with the authentic
instructions a to the use of keys. Tbe
cards containing this information, which
it is believed will be found useful as soon
as the boxes are in working order, are in
tended to be tacked up for reference, and
those who have not yet received them
may have the same by calling at The
Oa Saturday evening last, a number of
friends assembled at tbe residence of Mrs.
C. Schmid, in honor of the twenty-fourth
birthday of her son George L. The
friends collected so quietly and kept it
such a profound secret, that George was
taken con: pletely by surprise. -After a
georgeous supper, consisting of all the
dainties of the season, the evening was
spent in dttneing, singing and other so
cial amusements. Tbe guests departed
at a late hour, thankful for their
kind reception, and wishinz a long and
happy life to their agreeable host.
Fred Buck, the mail agent on the Rock
Island & Peoria, has accepted a position
in the offics of the chief clerk of the rail
way mail service at Quincy and left this
morning to enter upon his duties. Mr.
Buck's new position is directly in the line
of promotion in the mail service. E. M.
Wilcox is st present doing double duty
between Rock Island and Peoria pending
tbe appointment of a successor to Mr.
Buck. Pcstmaster Wells has recom
mended J. E. Elliott, a former mail car
rier in this city, and a thorough com
petent voutg man for the position, and
he will doubtless receive the appointment
under tbe civil service rules, as he has
successfully passed the examination
C. L. Walker, of the sub committee of
the Twin-City Columbian Celebration and
Mechanical Exposition committee, has
received from tbe secretary of state the
license to incorporate tbe "Moline and
Rock Island Mechanical Exposition asso
ciation," socght in pursuance to instruc
tions fr:m ti e general committee. Tbe
capital stock, as heretofore stated, is to
be flOO.GOO divided into 1.000 shares at
f 10 each. The incorporators are' C. L
Walker, Oliver Olsen, J. B. Oakleaf and
P. S. McGlynn. As soon as the pom
mittee on laiid receives an answer from
the Brooks heirs, satisfactory to the gen
eral committee, the books will be opened
ana tne canvass for subscriptions to
The American's suits are tbe best.
E. Trtaui Sl .
At 1700 Th rd avenue. What we will
have for Thanksgiving:
oysters in bulk.
Oysters in t an.
Oysters in tDe shell.
Clams in the shell.
FISH OF ALL KINDS.
Red snaper, fresh lobsters, white fish
Wild duels, snipe, quail, turkevs.
chickens, duel s, geese.
rice roasts and cuts. Also choice
Kalamazoo ctlery. Place your orders
eany. leiepione 1103.
From Xrt . Henry Ward Batcher.
40 OaN btkict, Erookltm N. T. I
rh ii inui I
"I have used Allcock's Plasters for
some years for myself and family, and, as
lar as aoie. lor tbe many sufferers who
come to us for assistance, and have found
them a gennxe relief for most of the
aches and paios which flesh is heir to. I
have used Allcock's Piasters for all kinds
of lameness anl acute pain, and. by fre
quent experimi nts. find that they can
control many cases not noticed in vour
'The above is the only testimonial I
have ever given in favor of anv plaster,
and if my name has been used to recom
mend any other, it is without my author
ity or sanction."
Mrs. Hexbv Ward Bebcber.
I am an old n an and have been a con
stant sufferer with catarrh for the last 10
years. I am entirely cured by the use of
uream a m. it is strange that so
simple a remedy w'.ll cure sucb a stub
born disease. Henry Billings. U. S. I;n
sion Att'y, Waslineton, D. C.
Foreieht yers I have suffered from
catarrh, which alected my eyes and hear
ing; have employed many physicians
wimout reiiti. l am now on my second
bottle of Ely's Cream Balm, and fee! con
fident of a complete cure. Mary C.
Thompson, Ceno Gordo, 111.
Ladies who ute cosmetics or nnwdniln
cover up or hide a bad complexion, do
not know that T. H. Thomas can furnish
them witn Blust cf Roses, which is clear
as water, purine i the skin, and positively
removes black beads and all akin diseases
takes tbe shiny look from the face and
whitens it soon lis sppMed.
Used ia Millions cf Hosga-y Vear thg Sundani
Indians are fond of the lurvio of m;my
insects, and they do not despise slugs us an
article of food. Roasted crickets are a fa
vorite diet with them, particularly in Cali
fornia and Utah. Grasshoppers furnish
many tribes with a large part of their ub
sisleoce. The usual method of preparing
them is to dig a pit smaller at the top tbau
below, fckmie heuted stones are put into
the pit and a quantity of grasshoppers
thrown upon them. Then some more "hot
stones are put in, another layer of grass
hoppers, and so on until several bnhels
have thus been roasted. When cool, the
grasshoppers are taken out, dried' and
ground. They are eaten alone or mixed
with pounded acorns or berries, tbe mix
ture beiuK made into cakes and dried in
the suu. Washington Star.
Lowell' Note About Tmth.
John A. Garthy, the celebrated dentist in
Loudon, once invited James Hussell Lowell
to be prest-nr. at a banquet of the dental
college. Mr. Lo.vell was unable to attend,
but he sent an amusing not, in which he
said: "Our teeth give us a t;reat deal of
trouble first by getting them, next by
getting something to put between them,
then in keeping them in such repair that
what we put Ijetween them may profit us,
and lastly t he greatest worry of all the
getting rid of them by pulling." New
York Commercial Advertiser.
Rather Tedious for Acquaintances.
A lady insisted upon some one always
sitt ing so closely beside her as to be able to
hold her hand in theirs. Unless her hand
was so imprisoned she fancied some evil
would assail her of what nature we do
not know, nor if her apprehensions took a
definite form even to her own imagination.
Two persons were compelled to relieve each
other in constant attendance upon her, and
very irksome must they have found their
task. London Tit-Bits.
He (joyfully) And you will be minef
She (aggressively) Xo, I won't.
He (surprised) Why, you just said you
would marry mel
She (dogmatically) Thai's different.
Detroit Free Press.
Keith Is short and Missing;.
OMAHA, Nov. 24 William Deering &
Co., yetrday caused a warrant to be is
sued for the arrest of Charles W. Keith,
manager and general atrent for Iowa and
Michigan, charging bim with- embeaale
lent. Keith cannot be found and the
amount of bis shortage is nnknown.
Pleaded Cuiltjr and iot One Year.
OMAHA, Nov. 24. Paul Tat, tbe clerk
ho stole (5,000 from the Merchants' Na
tional bank in this citg last 'uly and who
was captured after au extended chase.
yesterday pleaded guilty and was sen
tenced to one year at bard labor.
Tbe Weather W May Cxpeet.
Washington, Xor. -'4. The following are
the weather indications for twenty-four hours
from 1 i. m. yesterday: yOT Iowa Fair
weather; stationary temperature; westerly
winds; For WUcouain Fair, colder weather;
westerly winds. For Indiana and Illinois
Westerly winds and fair weather; warmer In
southern . portions; . .fair tomorrow. For
Michigan klder, fair weather, except light
snows on the lake shorr, aurtb westerly winds.
INTRUDERS ON CHEROKEE LAND.
KotiBrd to Leave, and Will Ite Summar
ily Jiouured IT they Don't.
TAHLEQUAH, L T., Xov. 21 A bill was
passed yesterday in the lower branch of
the Cherokee legislature providing for the
removal of all intruders now in this na
tion contrary to law. The bill gives them
120 days in which to dispose of their prop
erty and remove from the country, and in
case they fail to do so the sheriffs of the
several districts are required toeject them
by force and confiscate their property.
Aathor Donnelly Sued.
Chicago, Nov. 24 Ignatius Donnelly
tbe politician and author, has been sued !
in the circuit court by the R. S. Peale
company, printers, in an assumpsit suit
for ti,O0 damages. "Some time ago," said
X. A. Partridge, attorney for plaintiff,
"Mr. Donnelly went to Mr. Peale to have
hi rrrnlflimim ' nuhl inViArl n .1 f
f... OUIA .Ul.
Peale advanced him H,0 0 and took a note
for it. Of course Donnelly hoped to pay
the note out of the profits of his book, but
tne book turned out a failure. .-Not alone
were there no profits. b;'t there was a
great loss, and the note remains unpaid."
Dropped Dead While Reading.
CEKRO Gokdo, Ills., Nov. 24 Isaac
Barnhardt dropped dead from paralysis
of the heart. He had been reading a
newspaper and when bis son noticed him
he was lyingwith bis head hanging over
tbe back of the chair and dead. lie was
an old resident of Cerro Gordo and was
60 years old.
Sailed from Chicago to New York.
IEW ioiiK, Nov. 24 The schooner
White Cloud, the first sailing vessel to
reach New York from Chicago, arrived at
this port Sunday night. Her arrival is
considered quite an event in marine
circles. Tbe White Cloud sailed from
Chicago on bent. 17 with a cartro of lum.
ber. She is an American craft and was
on tbe voyage just sixty-six days
The Howell Failure.
Atchison, Kan., Nov. 24. Judgments
for amounts aggregating r.W.OUO w.re
rendered by the Atchison county district
court yesterday in the cases against How
ell, Jewett & Co., the lum lie r merchai.ta
who failed last summer. The firm is trj-
iuij to seuie lor s cents on the dollar.
Kuin and Wreck at Baltimore.
BALTIMORE, Nov. 24. A disastrous
storm paxeed over Baltimore at MS o'clock
yesterday afternoon. It came up sudden
ly, and it was over in a few minutes, but
it left ruin and wreck in its wake. There
have been no deaths report ed, but sev
eral persons were injured, some of Whom
Boy Lost in a ISIizzard.
Medicine Hat, X. YV. T., Nov. 34. -The
lA-year-old son of L. S. Cochrane, of Medi
cine Hat, left home ou Friday to look for
cattle in conn .-f with another boy. A
blizzard was raging at tbe time, and, the
the boys not returning, search was made,
resulting in tbe rinding of yotfng Coch-
ranKiini!av ni.l. J . u I'l
'"J uiftu, iivacu iv ut aiu. x uc
ol her boy is still missing. The storm was
- -' j wtno uu tug Assiniooine cattle
Scow and Three Men Milling.
Dktuoit, Nov. 24 Another boat is sup
posed to have been lost on Lake Michi
gan. On Oct, 81 a scow in charge of
three men, whose names are nnknown
here, left Sand Beach for Au Sable with
a cargo of apples and supplies. Nothing
has since been heard of the scow.
Ptoaet Tour Eyes.
The greatest invention ever made for
human eyes. Prof Hirschbenr, the . well
known optician of 629 Olive street. St
Louis, is tbe patentee of tbe Diamond
sod Non-Changeable Spectacles and Eye-
masses, tne superior quality of which is
acknowledged by the best ocuhs's and
physicians all over. All who use them
are only too glad to testif r to their clear
ness, durability and comfort and ease
they give to the eyes, even at tbe mos
Prof 11. Hirscbbenr will be in Rock
Island from Dec 7 until Dec. 12. and
while here will adjust glasses to all in
need of sucb, and will make no charge for
consultation ana examination of eyes
T, H. Thomas has been appointed agent
for Prof. Hirscbberg s Diamond and Non
Changeable Spectacles and Ere-Glasses
and he will have a full stock of the
above mentioned spectacles and eye
I- O. 047. Hoiice.
All members of Ccal lodge 608 I. O. O
F. are requested to meet at their hall
Wednesday, Hoy. 2a, at 12 o clock noon
to attend tbe funeral of Brother Lambert
All members of Rock Island lodge No.
18 and Becker lodge No. 113 and cor
dially invited to be present. By order.
J. r. Vaa-Horn. P. Webkr.
Per. Bee. - N. G.
' Give me an ounce of civil, good
apothecary to sweeten my imagination
and a 25 cent bottle of Salvation Oil to
cure my horse s lime foot. '
Our Fall and Winter Over
coats will bear the closest in
spection, and the gentleman in
the picture says ha can find no
fault with them, not even with
the button holes; they are all
wool and as wide as you care to
have them; artistically trimmed
and in point of style and fit
they are not excelled, not even
by the merchant tailor. Our
prices are always low enough,
quality taken into consideration.
Snide goods we refuse to
handle at any price. It's al
ways safe to trade at the
SAM ARNDT, Manager.
1728 Second avenue.
'When Found Make a Note Of.'
.When the pVofesebr strikes
the key hi. apt ' pupjls- will
make a note bt! it. "with 'no un-
certain sound. Musicians
would do well' to make a note
of this address i?26 Second
Avenue where is located the
musical emporium of D. Roy
' Wl clNTIRE
We are the onlv ntlPS rlDTQ IVinf
sell genuine Sealette Pinsh r.
TTIPnte 'Wo Viaira V, i i
. mo CAtlUBlve
acencv for these ennAa in
- - "uva
Best plush made.
r must appearing. lqT 2 $4 95
Our guarantee eoes with rvptv wra kr ,? r?
garment. j LOTa iSn ; .
.AU jackets Jl
fly that assurer P'
than garments nd ar
TO KEEP Thtvo' ...
. ,v?a MOVvl
" make th:,
week, even if ordin;:, mre -are
not favor, w?;arycotid
-c, uy a
DRIVE IX CLOAKS
We have a lot nf v
till i0 t;g; -j
make them sell. e
a, $4 95: Earm.
Rock Island. Illinois.
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
Furniture and Carpel
IN THE THREE CITIES,
1525 and 1527
CLEM ANN & SALZMANN
ROUND OAK STOVES
Are tlie Best.
Why buy the imitations? for all others are onlv tk
when you can buy the genuine
BECKWITH ROUND OAK
For nearly the same price at
John T. X oitsker
Who has also a fine line cf WOOD MANTLES, HEARTHS.
GRATES, ETC. Sole agent for the celebrated
ACORN AND ALADDEN STOVES AND RANGES,
Cor. Twentieth Street and Third A
113 and 115 Brady Street.
ROOMS 50c to tl.00 Per Day.
THE OLD RELIABLE
Hat full line of CROCKEHYiu.l TINWARE. We live a coroi-Ii te V.r.r U
Anjon ih!ng tnjr Ihdig In our line for Tlinkgiviiij;, will d.i w.-il l j . :i ,
MRS. C. MITSCH, 1314 Third Ave
Manufacturer of all ktnde of
-BOOTS AND SHOES-
. Gaots' Fin Shoea snMCialtr. SeDalrine done neatlv and Dromptlr .
A (bar of your patronage reepactf nil j solicited. . , . i p
1018 8cond Ayenue. Kok Ie "J
IQavenport Business College,
i COMPLETE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS.
J. C. DUNCAN, DaveBpo"
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