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THE AUG US; WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 25 1891.
Table raisins at Young's.
AU kinds of frail at Boro's.
Nuts of all kinds at Browner's.
Nice ctoica grapes at YotiDg's.
Fine taikeys 12 cents at Maj'e.
Go to Goldsmith's for a nice suit.
Oo to Goldsmith's for an overcoat.
Go to Beecher's tor vour butter and
The finest line of dressed turkeys at
Florida oranges 20 cents a dozen at
Boys' overcoat and suit sale at Gold
Oliver Olsen has arrived at Los Vegas,
Don't talis the great bargains at Gold
Over 1.CO0 pounds of turkeys at
Fine Italian chestnuts, pears and ba
nanas at Boro's.
Buy yourself a nice new tie at Lloyd
& 8te wart's.
Turkeys, geeae, ducks and chickens at
Genuine borne made minco meat at
Wanted Twoupholsteerrs at Chetnann
Mclntlre Bros, will be closed all dav
Lunch at Fntnck's place, 1700 Fourth
avenue, all diy.
Supper at . the U. P. church Friday
evening 25 cents.
Call at Young's today and see his fine
Lettuce, spinach, parsley, soup Lunches
and celery at Youngs.
T. II. Thomas commenced running his
hot soda fountain today.
Tomorrow being a legal holiday, The
Akgi-s will suspend publication.
The nobbiest line of neckwear in the
three cities at Lloyd & Stewart's.
A choice lot of turkeys, geese and
chickens to be sold cheap at Beecher's.
Mclctire Bros." special prices on cloaks
are attracting attention to that depart
Gents call and see our line of glovrs
and mitts before purchasing elsewhere
L'oyd & Stewart.
John Alnsworth will serve free esgnog
to his friends at his place on Fourth
We have j as-t received an elegant line
of sidtb.mr.1s and dining room tables at
Clemann fc Sa'zmann's.
A $14 ovtrcoat was stolen from in front
of Goldsmith' clothing store between 6
and 7 o'clock ljt evening.
Friday morning from 9 till 11 o'clock,
Cheviot shirting 2:j a a yard at McCabe
Bros; 10 yards to any easterner.
Tbe eleventh annual ball of the B. of
L..-F. wK; take place at Armory ball to
morrow (Thanksgiving) evening.
Leae vour order early for everything
good for a fine Thanksgiving dinner.
Young -has just what you want.
Inspector of Pavement J. H. Lloyd is
confined to his bed and will probably not
be able to be out again this season.
Saturday morning from 9 till 11 o'clock
great big double all wool 5 shawls for
$2 . 97. Move out early McCabe Bros.
B. E. Guest has accepted a position as
traveling salesman for the wholesale liq
uor and cigar house of Frank N. Horn.
George Browner has plenty of fruit for
tomorrow, bsnanas, grapes, oranges,
table apples, figs, dates and table raisins.
Ladies looking for something nice and
useful in needle work will find it at the
U. P. church Friday afternoon and eve
ning. Q tail, oysters in can, bulk oysters. tur
keys, geese, ducks, chickens, mincemeat,
cranberries and fruit of all kinds at
Don't come down town before break
fast, but on Saturday morning make it 9
o'clock, if you want to buy a shawl at
The finest assortment of bedroom suits
that have ever been shown in the city
can be seen at Clemann & Salzmann.
Call and see them
Get your dinner at tbe Harpor tomor
row. Manager Montrose will have a
splendid spread and Schillinger's orches
tra will be present.
Telephone 1064 to the Elm street mar
ket for your Thanksgiving turkey, roasts
and cuts, bulk and can oysters and celery
at George Browner's.
A. B. Johnson will serve a special
Thanksgiving dinner at the Crown res
taurant tomorrow, and he invites bis
many friends to be present.
The Little Mosquito will t urnUh his
friends and patrons with one of the best
Thanksgiving lunches that was ever pro
duced. F. Gross, propiietor.
Clemann & Salzmann' are working
their whole force of men until 10 o'clock
every night to try and catch up for
Xoaas orders, which are coming in daily.
AU our friends are invited to partake
with as our Thanksgiving turkey lunch.
We v ill have among our fancy drinks
Tom and Jerry. Schwecke & Lucbman.
At the Star tomorrow will be a grand
turkey lunch til day. Tom and Jerry
will le on the list of hot drinks. Don't
forget the place, Maucker & Parker,
A handsome assortment of ladies' plain
and far trimmed jackets just placid on
sale f.t Mclntire Bros, at prices from 25
to 33J Pt cent le89 than a week ago.
PriM are tumbling.
B.S eeburger will have a grand Thanks
givinj; lunch tomorrow from 9 to 12
o'clock, where the turkey will be served
and plenty of the finest wines, liquor and
cigar at Franklin house saloon.
Om of tbe neatest and most ornamen
tal calendars for the season of 1392 that
has vet been seen, is being distributed
with tbe compliments of Charles McIIugb
the ticket broker, in Harper house block
Mrs. Georgia Bixby has gone to Orion
this a 'ternoon to attend the marriage of
her censin, Miss Georgia Perce, to John
Bell, ind to spend ThankrgiviEg. The
weddiag occurred at 4:30 this afternoon.
Darrah has turkeys, ducks, chickens
and geese, celery, cranberries and bulk
oyster; all kinds of nuts and fruit, home
made mince meat. Leave orders this
tvtnirg so as to insure prompt delivery
in the morning.
Fred Cunningham won the Moline
walkii g contest having 92 miles to his
credit. This morning Moline indulged in
a wrestling match at the corn planter
works in which one of the participants
was seriously disabled.
One of Updike & Nichols' horses took
a run through Spencer square from Nine
teenth and Second to Third and Twen
tieth this morning, but strsnge to say no
damag ; was done to the park ornaments
or to tbe horse and wagon.
Dr. Mann, president of the Evanston
common council, t:aDt. r itcn, commis
sioner )f public works. Aid. Magill and
Editor Hotchkiss, of the Evanston Press.
spent yesterday in Rock Island inspect
ing E ivard & Walsh's brick paying.
The Club that is the place to go for
yourluuch tomorrow. Turkey and alj
other gxd things will be on the table, and
plenty of it, day and evening; Tom and
Jerry, and all other hot, fancy drinks.
Fine dc mestic and imported cigars a specialty.
George W. French, president of the
Eagle plow works, was voted a gold
beaded cane at a fair as the most popular
business man in Davenport. lie was 300
votes uhead of his nearest competitor.
The colDnel seems to be as popular as be
For ale A desirable piece of resi
dence property situated at 199 Fourth
avenue. Two story brick house, good
cellar, cood pantry, closets, sewer con
nection), well and cistern, large barn and
other out buildings in good repair. En
quire of Adam Sen sab on premises.
At the "New Stand," there will be a
grand Thanksgiving lunch and will have
a suppl.7 of Tom and Jerry. This will be
one of Otto's old time lunches and he in
vites all of his old customers as well as
the new ones. Don't forget the place
"The New Stand," Otto S;ib, proprietor.
Miss Haas, the milliner, has just res
ceived some very nice novelties in fancy
goods f r the holidays, and she has a
great many more' coming in daily. La
dies wo lid do well to call and examine
them before purchasing elsewhere.
Stampitg and embroidery a specialty.
Anyone knowing how Fred Appelquist
always t ets up his Thanksgiving lunch
can look for ths same treatment Thurs
day. A 11 can find turkey and oysters,
and everything nice that makes a good
lunch. Nice Tom and Jerry and the Royal
bowl will be on the list of fancy drinks.
The beautiful Cable monument de
signed and constructed in Belgium has
been received in Rock Island. H. Bouse,
who superintended the unloading of the
monument from the vessel at New York,
states tt at it is a massive and magnifi
cent pie :e of workmanship, weighing six
May Miller "Catfish Miller." of Daven
port, mt.de a nuisance of herself ty driv
ing up and down Second avenue last
evening and promiscuously inviting peo
ple to ride with her. Officer Carlson
accepted tbe invitation, and today Msgis
trate Wivill imposed a fine of f 10 and
costs which was paid.
At William Dressen's tomorrow will be
the graadest lunch in the city. Fried
oystera, oysters on the half shell, and last
but not ;east, plenty of turkey, the us
ual drinl;s, with Tom and Jerry, and also
the finest line of domestic and im: orted
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
cigars. Lunch will be served from 9 to
12 o'clock at the Atlan'ic.
Jamas Given withes to call th-) atten
tion of bi friends to tbe fact that he will
serve a grand lunch of the gobler tomor
row, and that he will have the usual Tom
and Jerry nnd fancy drinks and fine im
ported and domestic cigars. Don't for
get the place, the Board of Trade, on
Market square. The good natured
Charles Sbibley will be in his usual place
This afternoon at 5 o'clock at the borne
'of the bride's mother, Mrs. Ann Leary,
Sixth avenue acd Twenty-third street,
occuired the marriage of Mias Annie
Leary to Alfred L Harrison, of Mem
phis, Tenn , Rev. Thomas Mackin ofiicl-
ating. The groom is a well to do plan
ter in the south, and tho bride one of
Rock Island's accomplished young ladies
pnd most successful music teachers.
Miss Anna Eva Fay. tbe spiritualist
medium, arrived at tbe Harper this morn
ing from Aurora and will give one of her
wonderful entertainments at Harper's
theatre tomorrow evening. She is a
most interesting little lady, thoroughly
accomplished, and having traveled a great
deal, one finds her an exceedingly enter
taining conversationalist. Her entertain
ment at Harper's theatre tomorrow night
will bring nut an immense audience.
The December meeting of tbe Rock
Island County Horticultural society will
be held at the business association rooms.
Moline. Tuesday. Dec. 1, at 10 o'clock a.
m , and continue in the afternoon. The
president of the society, Hiram Darlicg
will give an address at the opening ses
sion on the advantages of a borticukun.1
association. A paper on plum culture
will be read by W. C. Wil6on, of South
Moline, and another on grapes by Eli
Corbio, of Carbon Cliff. These papers
will le followed by discussions.
William Bysioger was engaged about
6 o'clock last evening in blacking a stove
in Mueller's Union house saloon on Twen
tieth street opposite Spencer square,
the compound which he was usicg con
taining gasoline mixed with tbe blacking
TLro :gh some means the polithing mix
ture in ihe pot became ignited, and a
bUzeihotup. B) singer grasped the pot
and started for the door with it, but
dropped it jast as be reached the door,
and the woodwork about the door quicUly !
caught. Someone inside rushed out in tbe
street and shouted "Cre." Two different
alarms were telephoned the fire depart
ment which responded promptly, but the
flames had been in tbe meantime subdued,
although the companies of the Central
ho ire turned out with customary prompt
ness. Bysingei's hand, wrist and face
were burned and blistered, acd the door
facing of the saloon charred. There
would not have been a great deal of re
gret had the entire building disappeared,
if it could have been accomplished with
out seriously endangering adj vlnirg
The Taris mnnieipal council has voted
l'JO.OOO francs to assist the miners in their
Brazil's new president in forming a
government to succeed Da Fonseca's
The North Star Bool and Shoe factory
at Minneapolis was burned. Loss
Lou Auna Wells committed nuicide at
Knoxville, Tenn., rwcause her iover, an
escaped convict, had been recaptured.
Joseph K. Duck weiler. prominently
identified with the early history of Casa
county, died at Virginia, Ills., aged CT
It is reported that a wagon train of im
migrants were frozen to death in a snow
storm in the mountains south of Knox
Minneapolis' success in securing the
Republican national convention by 29
votes was enthusiastically received in the
The Falls Manufacturing company has
ftied the Oconto River Improvement com
pany for alleged obstruction of the Oconto
The trunk of a Hungarian emigrant ex
plodcd in the buguge car at Irving, Fa.
The. explosion was due to dynamite which
was :n tbe trunk.
Four hundred railway lines Lave al
ready ngret-d to return exhibits to the
World's exposition free of charge.
It is said Bt Washington that if Presi
dent, Harrison had nelected the place him
elf he could not be better pleased with
the location of the national Republican
K. J. Dunne, a Chicago letter carrier, I
under arrest for robbing the mails. - Three
years ago he was of material assistance in
B.-nding to Joliet J. A. Davidson for the
Oxford University, England, has ex
pressed its willingness to send an eight
oared crew to the World's fair, provided
a competition can be arranged with Amer
ican college crews.
Seven liremen were buried under fall
ing walls at a fire in the Sexton Mauu
facturiug company's building in Cincin
nati, but ail except one escapad with
slight injuries. -
Mrs. Thomas Austin, of 'Louisville, is
under suspicion of having in one year
poisoned her husband and five children
lor their life insurance, which was all
made out, iu her name.
Although the trainmen of the Los An
geles express were warned that three
train robbers were concealed nt the water
tank uear Fixley. Oil., they pulled out
with their train and let the robbers get
A scouudred from Des Moines went to
Nw York to buy "green goods." lie was
arrested after having seeu the other ras-
ctds, and whs astouisapd when in his grip
sack instead of $j.O(iO in counterfeit
money for which he had paid $40li) he was
shown ouly a lot of green edged blank pa
per. The other rascals were arrested and
Rheumatism is like sand in the bearings
of machinery. Hood's Sarsapatilla is tbe
great lubricator which cures the disease.
Will Oppose an Educational Veil,
Lokdok, Nov. 25. The proposition of
the Tories to establish an educational
qualification Tor the suffrage is welcomed
as an issue by leading Liberals, who will
strenuously oppose it. The adoption of
such a law would greatly weaken the Lib
eral vote in the agricultural districts,
where the Liberals are mostly illiterate.
hut staunch in adherence to the Liberal
The Dnlutli Tribune in Financial Straits.
Dulutu, Minn., Nov. 25. The Dttluth
Tribune, tho oldest paper at tbe bead of
Lake Superior, is in financial straits. .The
plant was placed in charge of the sheriff
yesterday uader a chattel mortgage fore
closure. It will le sold in teu days for
what it will bring, but the publication
will probably be continued.
r..:e ol ClKOi'maher.l.
Macomb, lils., Nov. 25. The cigarmak
en employed by the Macomb Cigar and
Tobacco company, an organization em
ploying union labor, went on a strike
yesterday. The company claims that tbe
competition from neighboring non-union
shops is so strong that they have been
compelled to reduce wages from $10 to 8
a thousand. The men refuse to accept the
Illinois Charitable Institutions,
SrniscFlELW, Ills., Nov. 25 The secre
tary of the state board of public charities
has prepared a statement showing the ap
propriations made to the various charita
ble institutions since the establishment
of the first one in 1851) down to 1SS9, to
have been more than f'24.0U0 00ft.
Our Fall and Winter Over
coats will bear the closest in
spection, and tbe gentleman in
the picture says he can find no
fault with them, not even with
the button holes; they are all
wool and as wid? as vou 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 considera
Snide goods we refuse to
handle at any price. It's al
ways safe to trade at the
SAM ARNDT, Manager.
172S Second avenue.
r'f i j Ml imr
rar -it i- - mm
'When Found Make a Note Of.'
When the professor strides
the key his apt pupils will
make a note of it with no un
certain sound. Music'ans
would do well to make a note
of this address 1726 SecoDd
Avenue where is located the
musical emporium of D. Roy
c 8 NTIRE
"We are the only ones here that
sell genuine Sealette Plush Ear-
ments. "We have the exelusi-f.
agency for these coods in Rnri.-
Best plush made.
Our guarantee goes witheverv
Sues an ja:i J
have th c,
made un in -d:?t-e -
fly that asrTrJ
garment .,;, ' a fcloveflt. Tv
TO KEEP THINGS
we w il vr,,i,
i are not lavnrv,, .ary cot:.
! DRIVE IX CL0AF
that don t seem to -make
them sell. 6
! LOT 1 t:Q-.
LOT 2. $4 95;7armeat
; were .n t c-1 - "ca-5
Hock Island. Illinois.
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
Furniture and Car
IN THE THREE CITIES,
1525 and 1527
12i, 120 and 128
CLEMANN & SALZMANN
' ROUND OAK STOVES
iVre tlic Best.
Why buy the imitations? for all others are only tha1
when you can buy the genuine
BECKWITH ROUND OAK
For nearly the same price at
Jolan rF. Xoltskcr
Who has also a fine line of WOOD MANTLES, HEARTHS,
GRATES, ETC. Sole agent for the celebrated
ACORN AND ALADDEN STOVES AND RANGES
Cor. Twentieth Street and Third Are.
113 and 115 Brady Street.
ROOMS 50c to ei.00 Per Day.
THE OLD RELIABLE
S Jl 3XTD lOc STOB
Use ft full line of CROCKERY and TIXWAttE. We !iaf a ow.'e 1 c "
MRS. C. KITSCH, 1314 Third
Manufacturer of all kind of
BOOTS AND SHOES-
Gents' Fine 6hoe aepecialty. Repairing done cch-.'.y and i romp'-T.
A ahare of yonr patronage reapactf ally solicited. ,u n;&nd, E
161S Second Avt-cuo. n-t-
avenport Business College,
COMPLETE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS-
THP POSITIVE CURa-.