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THE TUES f AY, PECEMJE. C, 1892.
Sour kraut at Summer.'
y Rfttd McCabe Bros ' new nrlv
Two whucl c- s 10. !- C"ln(i.b:i .
BsrnumV a"i pe 23c at the Columbia.
Kicking Uoraea 83z at the Columbia
Try some o! our teas at 25s per pimi d
Large clo h bound 12mo books So uo v.
at McCabe Bros.
Japsm Oolong.Runpow.Ior teas 252 per
pond at Mom mi ti
Tbe Coiumbi is headquuiUas fo:
Christmas without a doubt.
James Corcoran, of Chicago, is vUutbj;
fcia brother, W. A Corcoran. :;
Sae McCabe B os', big adv. ia luU
paper Items worth remeinberiou. y
Noihiog nicer for a Christmas preaacA
thiui a nice cloc at the Col'imbm. Q
St Michae l's build will meet at Trio.it
rectory at 7 80 to-morrow r veiling.
The street forces actutily commenced
to clean Up the pavement this morning. '.
What a tremendous line of holiday
goals are boing openu.l i MiioVjj
Miss Amelia Schneiler has gone to
New Vrk on an t-x'.unued visit to
The third annual ball of the Rock
Island Turner society occurs on Sttu.
d ty night.
Ticket A'ent McHugh is out witlr-his
customary handsome calendars for the
coming year, .
Mrs F L Bliss and daughter, y.is
Nellie, left yesterday for Chicago on a
visit of several weeks) to friends thee.
The third annunl ball of the Rock
I-'ind Turner socie'y occur? at Turner
h;'l on Siturday nii?ht. All members
Liosloy'a crocker7 store mitkes an cf
fort r,o natch the attention of the rr':a of
the fcnuso. (ne advertisement ,a s xrh
pe) whim it is worih he while of thst
individual to read.
Rerm'tnber those j .cke's 'hut er
m i-kel down to $3.9 ) Ht w-O h.-Brs."
for M'lrjdny and were 2 8U . . 1), will he
$3.70 tomorrow, and if auv are lt.fl on
TiiutsJay do vn tbey go to $2.50.
Tiic dnest selection of plush f- c
articles la smoking sets, alouins, toiiJi
Jets, shaving se's aud a number ot other
arMols too numerous to mention m.1 art
unable for Christmas present, t tin:
Mnyor McConochie hs a 1 ttor of in
qii'rv from Eiward Mi'chtll, of New
Y irk, concerning Charles B. Ne rton,
wanm the writer thinks ws born in this
ronnty June 5 18(59 and of whem Mr.
MU'iit ii is very nuxious to learn.
Jic ih W. Rjgu 'ind Misa Bertha G
D.twnes were tinited in tntrrisge hy
Mrtiitr4re W.vi'.l on S iturd-y afternoon.
Tui srootn i .. I '-..i vt. cnorm-n: ,u
Hie Eun Hireel Iric a 'd the bride is h
tiau..-. r 0 -O.-.-0 D) -: !'s on E m
Stride 1. i5.i:h nave many t.iciiils who
will j.in in ivishtng th?m happ'mtss ad
Mib. Urgrel Birce was &lj Jdged in
je before a j iry composed ot Dr. S.C
PiiiimiiKi, 1 iii-ib Cmoii'!l, R. C.
Clark-;, W. IV. EirtilesKin. W. J. Z.s. J
R. J -..L.-ion. Ge -r W Gtmblu, W. H
Y.-,.:i. ..n, F, H. V"riht. F S. L.fl n. J.
V. Buliy ami 11, C. U-irr.a at the cou:t
house yestrnUy afternoon and Ordered
sent to a h'wntta! for the insane.
tV..- sutiioilze our advertised drugpist
to sell Dr. Kind's New Discovery for
C'Psump'ion. rouaha and colds upon
this condition: If you are sfllicteri with
a cough, did or any lun;, throl or
chest trouble, and will use this remedy as
directed, giving ii a fair trial, and exper
ience no benefit, you may return the bot
tle and have jour money refunded. We
could not make this oEe: did we not
know that Dr King's New Discovery
could be relied on. It never disappoints, j
T:i'. bottles free a: Hartt ctBihnsen's)
drugstore. Large size 50c and $1.
Since the Qrat introduction Electric
Bitters has gained rapidly in popular
favor, until now it is clearly in the lead
among pure medicinal tonics and altera
tiyes containing nothing which per
mits its use as h beverage or intoxicant;
it is recognized on the best and purest
medicine for all lilraents of stomach,
liver or kidneys It will cure sick beads
ache, indigestion, constipation, and drive
Milan ft'om the system. Satisfaction
guaranteed with ea:b bottle or the money
will be ief -nded. Price only 5()c per
bot'.le. Sold by Hartz & Bahnsen.
BCCELBN'8 ARNICA PALVB.
Tho baot salve In the world for cats,
bruisaa, Bores, ulcirs, salt rheum, fevc:
tores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
come and a!l skis eruptions, and posi
tivciy curfjs pilea, or no pey required. It
lb guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Prise 35 cents per
to For ne bv Har & Balinaon.
Card of Thhanks
Buford Poal. G. A R . desires to extend
its thitnks to all who give their services
to make the "True B'ue" entertainment
a success W. F Hanson,
Wim.iam A Nouris C6mmander.
1 Ik's Remains Far Underground.
Of the finds of remains of extinct ani
mals none is more curious than that of
antlers and hones of nn elk 108 feet below
the surface hi a shaft that was bring sunk
011 a ledge lu-ar Ncvvl.ridi' this season.
They Wciv i'lUiiil iii.hi'titieti i:i a stratum
of grave'.. Pol ihu.ii .'r.-;..'i:i.in.
Mil n v :: y. .!
t:- i ':- u
Pnprilist Corbett's vifp contemplates be
ginning suit for divorce l"-fine of her hus
band s connection witu Hatl le Cinrk.
The ttlcvraph comnarii'.-s .f the United
States employ 37,000 women operators.
Chicago and St. Panl will probably soon
be connected by telephone.
Nearly 65 per c;-ut. of the public school
teachers in the United States are women.
The petrified body of a man has been
found at Industry, Ills.
Two hundred women, headed by Mrs.
Diaz, wife of President Diaz, of Mexico, re
cently made a pilgrimage to the ohrine of
the virgin of Guadaloupe. Prayers were
offered and the pilgrimage made to avert
the spread of cholera.
Albert Furlong, who committed suicide
at Rockford. Ills., left a lett er saying that
he had but (2 after a year's w ork and death
would be a relief.
A Philadelphia and Residing engine
crashed into a street car at a crossing in
Philadelphia, injuring elever persons, two
of whom luiiy die.
' , Two Indians belonging to Dr. Carver's
Wild West combination, now performing
in Niblo's garden. New York, got drunk
and created quite a scene in Gotham by
yellinu their war cry on the streets.
John J. Maroncj, who was arrested for
alleged complicity in the murder of Dr.
Cronin, died in New York,
Judge Lucius R. Bangs, of Buffalo, N.
Y., is dead. He was one of the most promi
nent members of the bar in western New
Fire destroyed ten building t Cransford,
N. J., causing a loss of $15u,i'00. The en
tire business portion of the tovn was wiped
It is reported that large oaves full of
guano have been discovered in the moun
tainous sections of ilissouri.
The Aragon iron mine in the northern
Wisconsin peninsula has be iu sold to a
syndicate for $1,000,000.
Andrew Skrrnmen, an em love of the
Saginaw (Mich.) Lumber & Salt company,
while standing on a raft slip led, and fall
ing into the river was drowned.
President-elect Cleveland ins arrived
safely at New York from his 1 nnting trip.
It is stated on the authority of Cardinal
Gibbons that ilonsignor Satf.lli, who was
sent here from Koine sometime ago, is
practically an acting pope for the United
States with the authority ti settle ail
Roman Catholic disputes in this country.
Situation at Horn ttfl.
Homestkad, Pa., Dee. 0. There were
about fifty applications for vork at the
steel works yesterday. Some were given
work aud the t.thers were re 'used. Tli
new men are not leaving the works as they
did a week a -ro. A new man at the mill
was Ktticka.l by four men at Kighth
avenue Saturday night and received several
cuts on his face. He was drunk when the
assault was made.
M'ouldu't It lie Well to Hans U'U Lawyer?
JKKSEY ClTV, Dec. 0. Kdward Uallinger,
who has been three times si utenced to
ueain ior mo murder ot Ins wife two
months ago, anil whose neck has been
savcu as many nines oy ins counsel, was
arraigned before Judge Wert.' yesterday
aim a lotirth tune sentenced tod -ath. The
date fixed by Judge Werts was Thursdav
Dec. 'si. llnllinger's lawyer no-ve says in
will apply for a writ of error, which
course, he says, is suggested by -.he text of
Justice Shire's uccision. It will probably
be UciiUtf i..il ..e V...1 l.ieii li.iCo .;, .;,pui
which will acl as n stay.
Senator iiisn iinproven.
Little Roc k, Dec. fi. Sum ny night
Senator Gibson was thought t be dying
and his physicians and friends ; bandimcu
all hope of his Listing through -benight
Yesterday morning he rallied and dui nii.
the day was growing considerably iH-tter
At ! o'clock last evening he w is rest in -j
State of O ito, City of Tol do, (
Lucas county "
Frank J. Chtney mikes oath that, hi
is the senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co.. doing bu-uncs in the C:lv
of To'e:!o, C-'iin'y and Stitc aforesaid
and that said firm will pav the sum ru
flOO for each and every ense of a'.nrrh
ti a- cannot be cured bv the use t f HalP
Catarrh Cure. Fr .nk J. Cheney
Sworn to before me and subscribe d tr
uly presence, thn 6th day of Diccmber
A D 1896
seal A. W. Gleason
Ilall's Catarrh Cure is taken m ternary
i.ud acts directly on the blood ami
mucous surfnees of the system S-n-i
for teslimotiijils, free.
Aduri-xs t J: Cheney & Co., Toledo. O
olrt !'v dru f.'ixtn. 7.r)c
Checking a Hemorrhage.
Even a very alight hemorrhage is always
startling, but it does not necessarily mean
anything dangerous. It may be caused by
a slight disarrangement of t he stomach as
well as by a disease of the lungs or heart.
No one but an experienced physician should
decide this question, however. let the
patient lie quietly, and give hin cold
drinks until a physician comes. A little
salted water is a simple, familiar house
hold remedy for such cases. Quid and
rest are positively essential if the cai se is a
serious one. New York Tribune.
Advantages of Kducation.
Successful Farmer (whose son liabeen
to college) What, was all that howl n you
was doin out in tli' grovef
Cultured ton 1 was merely shiwing
Miss JJrighteyes what a rollre yell Mlike.
Farmer Waul, 1 s,v:-n! Colleges if some
good after all. 1'in gnin into town o sell
some truck tomorrow. You kin go along
an do til' ealliu. jlew Yovk Wi cklv.
E. G,:;iseu!eit.er llv. rrm-n. Pi tFbtrjr,
Pa., cuted a v'u-b!" hoT-s" of ir fl lerz i
!r, tisin? Stlvtii.ui O I on l.im for few
titc "fi: .
Si hT" "-
.: 1..M Sjl
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Catarrh in the Head
Is undoubtedly a diseise of the blood,
"-d a- such on'r a reliable blood purifier
ffect a r-.f --er . Hood's Sarsa
o ri 1 is b - : hloo 1 oiirifler, and it
h .a enroll uinuv guvi-.- coses of catarrh.
It g've an ho peine and builds up the
H. od's P i i.c especially upon the
liver, rousing it from torpidity to its na
tu- 1 du'i. s cure cotsti pat ion and assiBt
Them Many Will Fall of Pardon.
A great many people have wondered
what the "unpardonable sin" ij An Atch
ison preacher said in his Bermon last
night that it vas not murder or theft, bnt
professing more Christianity than yon pos
sess. Atchison Globe.
hh.nmtti m Cnred in a Bay.
"Wvstic Cure" for Rheumatism and
Neuralgic, rndc.i.'j cures in one tc inree
dayB. Its scion upon the system is 'e
0 Hrfcibi- h d 'i. ' rioii8 It removis at
once the cause find the disease immtii"
-'! di-ht't-e- Ts . The flwt doe ereatlv
henelits. Warr'-rted bv O to Gro'j'in,
'ru .- Ui, R h T 1 .nd.
TIHR DAILY AKGt'SDELTVEKKI) ATYOUEt
- door every eroui ut; fur ii ;: per wett.
,"OR REVT TWO FCBKIS'D OK TJSFU
L ulslied rooms. 139 Second avenue.
FOR SALE A SOUARK PIANO AS GOOD AS
new, by Sir1. 11, 825 Twciflh street.
?OR RENT Fnrnlthid rooms r.t H0S i- econd
ANTEO r'Ol'R GE (T -EM EN UOARDtfR
m privi. lum'iv, eo. oi Niiieieerica si.
TTTANT ED A GIRT. 12 TO IS YEARS OF
VV age to assist in light hnasvwork and act as
comp uytosi e derlj 1 Uy. Adt r.as T.C.care
O. 1HK ARUUS.
AGENTS making J5 to ?10 per day selling the
E lectrical Wonder honoehoM want, 50M Brady
street, Davenport, lowu, second floor, room 9, 8 to
p. m. ucrerai ageni w:intea.
WANT-D-S1X I.ADIKSaND GENTLEMKN
who w uld like sieaiiy ,miomeir. light
worn, rxu.nu m-r mimin easiiv made. Call or ad
dress, 'Hint. F. .--okin. 1204 Third avenue
C? Z TO fl5 PER DAY AT HOME. SELLING
D'i l,ii;htniin: flai. r and l laline it-elrv.
atchc, tablewure, &c. Piatesihe finest of je--
e.rv e'i;a? r- . ;rn.- kihuh .-r mulal, witn OJa
sile"- O! nickt:. No cseriecre No capital,
tcvori :! ' -i- Ktoi needing pia'ins.
. a lil-Nl. :.. n-n.ias.
urtis Opera House,
Special Grand Engagement and Tragedy Event!
Wedcescay, Pec. 7'h and
1 bur-day. Tee. 8tb,
Tbe Distinu'hed American Traged an
Sup orti d by a c irefully selected Company.
Wednesday Ere., ''Othello."
Thursday ;e , Richard III
Seat sale at Tliomas' Prncstore ai d at Vluke'8.
Tuexday, Dec a. 1 tie phone No. 20
J- E- Montrose. Manae-r.
JUST ONE NHlHT
Thursday Evening, Dec. 8.
First appt"iran?e in thio eitv nf Sum V Tnnj.'.
World's Fa'r i'nm,Hv Sin......, a I
Snpp rtcd hy a Compa'iyof Metropolit in A rli-lii.
Sjiecial Scenery !
G.eat l astl
The Famous lloosier Quartette !
A Home Picture
Framed in Fun !
at Harper H mse Pharmacy, Monday, Due. 5t i.
Which we have heretofore sold from $1650 to
This lot, although small quantities, and the sizes being somewhat broken, is positively the best val
ues ever offered his season-nothing to compare with them anywhere-not a coat in t e outfit but
W atf'H? an4 tome ?f " are Food value at S19.;o! take vour
SonVrri it ' ' firSt Served- They 11 be a p!easing surPrise; it's a splendid opportunity;
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
will keep fire g'lt wilb soft coal;
will cot t'6 ir iv. t-e; he-ivv s'-el bodv;
U.rge. ash i au CM snd ti viuine this
wor.dt-rfus etrvt 5-M y-x
New styles ot
D. ROY BOWLBY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brands of domestic
and imported ciuars. All brands o tobacco.
The score of all '.he ball name wi'" . received
i L. GLOCEHOFP, Prop.,
1W Second Avenue.
ii,, tfil Nf iwif". a
Speciil prices on Cloaks
this week. We could qnote
you pricss, bnt really you
would have no idea of qual
ity unless you examined
these garments per onally;
Cloaks will tn sold chep
this week. Jackets 2.95
and upwards. We think
our assortment of Ladies',
Misses ana Children's gar
mente is unrjeually large.
Piease call and give us
lTTry our brand of SMOKED MEATS.
H. Treman & Sons,
Ali telephoue orders prorotlj fiiied. Teiepbone Ne. 1103. 1700 Tuhi i?
ARE ALWAYS m IT VYITh
THE FINEST OF
Bread, Cakes, Buns and Pies
In the chy.
Ptiivery warrons alwava on th.-. ru.iA ,;Ci',mu,
hating them stop at their
vua3 at uui ..'i c LUJ otD.
ryi i i ru i. r
First-class Hotel and Restaurant, Market Square,
back of Thomas' drugstore.
LUNCH COUNTER IN CONNECTION.
JSifGood Rooms by day or night.
UNDSRHILL & GLASS, Proprietors.
J. T. DIXON.
And Dealer in Aen's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
$19.50 we shall place on
ET2 !CTV. -
Onr hobby is to talk 0f0 J
celebrated Sealett- p
Garments; thy are
best made in the U. S
We are receiving handi
chiefs, drapes, and rot-:
ties in various goods
ble for Holiday piysj"
residences, will please confy
ti n rm a- rT--i-- -m
&1 0 QO
sale this morning at
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