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THE AUUUS. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1893.
turday, Dec 2, we will make prices on sho?s
Whether you need shoes or not. Note prices
jy.irt. !I week. njie
..mare or cpfrt toe.
gir.' line lngola. square
patent '" '
.. L tl .9.1.
,.su ' ' (
t1,i!4 IMngMa shoe, spring
" Men' lace and congre shoes,
m big lot. long a they last.
Men's fine satin oil congress
shies, regular $2.25 and $2
shoes, go at $1.5.1.
Indies1 fine all-woil hroad
cloth overgaitcrs, good titurs, as
long as they last, 45c.
Single pairs, and all odd lots,
too numerous lo mention, go at
PRICE TO BE REDUCED.
One Week Only.
I62J Second Ave.. Under Rock Island House
MBY ARE .BARGAINS.
A car load of handsome; bed room suits going
at the following prices:
15 00 go at 12 60
20 00 15 00
25 00 - - - - 18 00
SO 00 55 00
S5 00 " - - - 2760
40 00 - - - SO 00
Dolly Art Oaljr ! Out
After One. I .
Commencing with the first dav ot
December, the subscription rate for
The Dailt Akols will be only 10
eents week, a reduction of 2 cents
from the present price. At the same
time the weekly system of collecting
win oe inaugurated in place of the
monthly. Instead of a regular col
lector calling on subscribers once a
month, collections will be made by
the carrier boys on their respective
routes every Saturday. All sub
scription accounts will be balanced
up to Dec. 1, and a new account
opened with each subscriber on the
Far l ami Start r.
It is therefore imperative that all
arrearages be paid up in full as soon
(after this month as possible. To
that end we request all our patrons
to nave whatever they owe up to
uec. l readv for the collector when
he calls, and also to remember the
carrier will call each Saturday. Bv
following the request hereby made.
subscribers will confer a great favor.
a ihe change in collection periods
will entail mueh work and more or
less confusion until the weekly plan
is nuiy estaiuisiieii, when, we are
satisfied, it will prove not only more
natislactorv to ourselves, tiut also to
the patrons of Tun Aniii s, than the
svstem now in vosrne. There has
iK-en a general and growing demand
for more frequent collections, and
Thk. Ai:il s takes pleasure in re
scinding lo it, at the same time
reducing its subscription price. At
M cents a week Tiik An;rs shnuM
find its way into every house in Hock
Island, and we confidently look for
an appreciable increase in circula
A Catld Eajoy
The pleasant flavor, gentle action
and soothing effects of Syrup of Figs,
when in need of a laxative, and if the
father or mother be costive or bilious,
the most tTatifvins results follow its
nse: so that it is the best family rem
edy known, and every family should
nave a Dome on band.
Remember we have only one car load to dis
pose of at the above manufacturer's prices.
1B) and 1537
1V4 I2ri and V2
The safest and most permanent cure for the
The poison it not drives out of toe system by
a more violent putson at the expense of tbe general
The treatement builds up from tbe tart and
the habit vanishes quietly nd easily, taring the
patient in perfect health.
The Testimony of all graduates is that a marve
lous renewal has taken place.
iMtirates in all parts of the United States. -
Literature on the subject tent on application
ttORRSLli UQUOB CUBIC C
Horn Oflce; BUFOBD. BLOCK. Bock blend. 111.
ft 0 J THE TAILOR.
1ZZ3 Cneond Avenue.
m and 114 Can fieootd ItowK, DAVEHPOBr. IOWa.
'WHERE DIRT GATHERS. VASTE RULES."
CHEAT SAVTC3 K2ULT3 THE USS OF
Pay yonr water rent ' .J
Use Best on Record flour.
Try Waal's medicated soap.
Fresh oysters at Krell 4 Math's.
Oysters served in any style at Krell
Oysters by the can or dish at Krell
A Math's. .
Ice cream or oysters at Krell A
If you try Best on Record flouri
yon will have no other.
Ten thousand dollars to loan on
good security. Looney A Kelly.
Don't forget the masquerade at Ar
mory ball Thanksgiving eve., Nov.
Miss flattie Taylor, of Taylor
Ridge, is visiting relatives in this
Cook and heating stoves very cheap
at assignee's sale. 822 Kraoy street,
Carpets, rugs, chairs, tables, stoves
etc.. at assignee's sale, 822 Brady
The special meetings at the First
M. E. church continue in progress all
this week. Tonight the division of
membership from A to E will have
charge, led by Principal L.C Dough
erty. The small boy who when asked
his age. replied that, judged by the
fun he hal had, he was 1UH years oia.
pretty accurately described the feel
ing of the large audience at the
Academy last night. Lillian Kenne
day made a decided hit, and the
amusement that was crowded into
three hours to unravel "She Couldn't
Marry Three" was enough for two
nights: and all the roles essayed by
Miss Kennedy, and the strong sup
port, was equally charming and sue.
cessful. The company is far above
the average, and is sure of big busi
ness. New York Herald. Julv 13.
ABOUT LADIES' SHOES.
Ladies' cloth top button Don
gola Foxed Goodyear
welt narrow pointed
toes, paten ttip,
Ladies Dongola button Good-
year welt patent leather
tips and plain toes. '
We carry these goods from A A to EE.
Cor Second and Harrison Sts
J. RI. CHRISTY,
The best medical authorities say
proper way to treat catarrh is to
n a constitutional remedy like
iuiititMi if atms tn iiKiir,;
J Tj iiriJty VTStra' u d 1tt -n
A Sale that will
A Sale that is wor
thy the attention
We thank the public for their liberal patronage extended to us in the past, and will as a sign of our appreciation of this
anksgiving Week" offer hundreds of extra ordinary bargains, and hope that many will take advantage of this money
60 pieces all wool dress flannels, 52-inch
wide, all colors, worth 65c, at 45c.
JW pieces all wool Prunell serge, 40-inch
wide, black and colors, worth 55c, at 40c.
9 pieces of polka dot camel hair, 38-inch
wide, worth 5c. at 50c.
1.000 yards of fancy dress goods, as
sorted, worth from 171c to S5c. all go at
17 pieces all wool mixed suitings, 36
inch wide, worth 52 c at 37 c.
13 pieces broadcloth, 52-incb wide, worth
$1. at 75c.
23 pieces fancy Pincheck. 32-inch wide,
worth 13c, at 7c.
15 pieces hop sacking, 40-inah wide, all
colors, worth 80c, at 65c.
12 pieces hop sacking, 40-inch wide, all
colors, worth 95c, at 80c
16 pieces of hop sacking. 40-lnch wide,
all colors, worth $1.10, at 90c.
Children's Knitted Dresses.
- Reduced to $1.25. $1.45. $1.55. $1.65.
$1.75. $2. $2.25, $2.50, worth fully 50 per
2,000 yards of PeppereU K. unbleached
muslin, at 3c.
2,000 yards of Lonsdale bleached mus
lin at 5c.
800 yards PeppereU 9-4 unbleached
sheeting at 14c
1,000 yards cotton flannel, worth 6c, at
1,000 yards cotton flannel, worth 10c.
1.200 yards cotton flannel, worth 14c,
1,500 yards Renfrew best dress ging
hams, worth 10c, at 6c.
Black Dress Silks.
Satin Duchess, 20-inch wide, worth $1.
Satin Duchess. 20-inch wide, worth
$1.25. at $1.
(Iros Grain. 24-inch wide, worth $1.10.
Bengaline 20-inch wide, worth $1.15, at
Peau de sole 20-inch wide, worth $1.15,
Armnre 19-inch wide, worth 90c, at 70c.
at prices that make every
Garment a Bargain.
All plain colored Eiderdown, worth
S7)c at 25c.
All fancy Eiderdown, worth 65c, at 50c.
Fleisher s German Knitting.
Worsted, black and 'all colors at 65o a
96 ladies' fancy qnilted skirts, worth 60c,
100 ladies' stockinette skirts (grey) worth
$1.25. at 95c. - ,
215 ladies' German knitted skirts, worth
60c. at 45c.
180 ladies' German knitted skirts, worth
70e. at 50c.
144 ladies' German knitted skirts, worth
$1. at 75c.
27 dozen men's camel hair shirts and
drawers, worth 45c, at 27Jc.
40 desen men's grey shirts and drawers,
worth 50c, at 321c.
33 doaen men's nataral wool shirts and
drawers, worth 88c, at 70c.
19 dozen men's camel hair shirts and
drawers, worth 85c, at 70c
29 dozen men's Hygiene" fleeced shirts
and drawers, worth 90c, at 75c.
A broken assortment (600 pieces) gents'
underwear, shirts and drawers, worth
$1.25, $1.35 and $1.50, will be sold at $1.
15 dozen ladies' fine jersey ribbed vests
and pants, worth 50c, at 40c.
21 dozen ladies' natural wool vests and
pants, worth 60c, at 42gc.
19 dozen ladies camel hair vests and
pants, worth 65c, at 46c.
34 dozen ladies' natural wool vests and
mnts, worth 90c, at 75c.
Ladies' Knitt Jackets.
Lot 1 Reduced from $1 to 80c.
Lot 2 Reduced from $1.25 to $1.
Lot 3 Rednoed from $1.60 to $1.25.
82 pieces all-wool 5-oonce heavy shirting
flannel, worth 32c, at 25c.
Of the many Bargains that we offer, the above mentioned are but a few. '
P. S. Our store will be open Thanksgiving Day until noon. Sales will be continued Friday and Saturday, with new
bargains each day. Respectfully, y , '