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Bulk oystera at Baacaer'a.
" Mixed ants at W. A. EhlebV
Fresh mroanuts at Buncher'a.
Ovter and celery at W. A. Eh'
Oyter by the hulk aatl can at
itanrarr . . .
Concord and Malni gra at
Eatiajr and cooking apples at
Oystera, crier and cranberries at
lies roi .
The lowcat price in underwear at
Cornichon aad Malaga grap at
n . a. r.meo p.
Frank IV Board of Hamlet. in
the city today.
Head the Columbia Thanksgiving
See S hrwlT aUut Thanksgiving
poultry or game.
Radihr. apinarh anl cucumbers
at W. A. Khlc '.
Tnrkcja. chicken, thick anil p-ce
at W. A..EhlcbV
Vcrj nice fruit cake in to jxiunil
can at HunrhcrV
Rev. J. IJ. Alam of Xrponwt. is
visiting in the city.
Wanted A competent ladv nurse.
Call at Davis Co.'.
Schrocder ha a line line of pec',
turkey, chicken, etc.
Iressed tiifkey. thickens, ducks
and peesc at sclirocdcr'a.
Special sale of crockery at the Col
umbia department More
Supervisor John A. Wilsou. of
Rnral. wa in town today.
Turkey. gecsc. luck. thickens
anl pigeons at He Hros.
Stafford's celebrated scnii-jorct-lain
iWorated ware at the Columbia.
IVin't fnrgrt the masquerade at Ar
mory hall Thanksgiving eve, 'Nor.
Candy and nut. rigs, date, cit
ron, oranges and lemon peel at lie
Ciet Srhroedcr'a price on poultry
lefre purchasing vonr Thanksnv
Orange, banana, ti date.
French candies and all kind of not
Cooking and eating apple. Malaga
grapes, oranges, banana and lemons
at lies Bros.
Oysters A large line of the tinct
ystcrs in the market for Thanksgtv.
in;, at Buncher'.
- The stage of the water at the Kock
Island bridge at noon was .05: the
temperature was 82.
Head lettuce. spinach, oystt-r plant,
water ere, pander, cucumber, and
tomatoes at lie liros'.
Dainty and inexpensive article
appropriate for Christmas gift at
the King daughter' ale.
A rompiete.line of glove and mit
ten at price Iwlow any other place
in the city at the Columbia.
Buncher, the hjwncer square gro
cer, will have turkey by the hun
dred: send in your order early.
A big aving at the assignee's sale
of furniture, carpets, stove, etc.,
3i'2 Brady treet. Ihivcnport. Iowa.
Rabbit and turkey lunch Thanks
tiring morning at B. Sccburgcr's,
rorner of Tenth street and Third
IT. C. F- Taj lor, of the Ftrst Ilap
tit church, will preach tonight at
the Aiken street chapel in South
Bed room and (tarlor suit, spring
and mattree. comfort and blan
ket, at assignee' sale. 312 Brady
Thanksgiring at I'asaig's: Fine
display of frnlt rnd regetablcs, oys
ter, canned and bnlk, and celery,
poultry and game and laskct grape.
Herman Vcgrl will oen his saloon
on the corner of Fourth and Seventh
avenue on Thursday, Nov. 30, with a
grand Thanksgiving lunch, to which
he invite Li friend.
Char?e Stirr. proprietor of the
American bouse ri taurant. gave an
elaborate farewell dinner to his
hoarder tid.-y The restaurant will
be closed the tirst of tho month.
Han fs-hrordor's Twentieth street
meat market ha the apearariee of a
city market. Mich a display of poul.
trr, game and meat as wa never
witnessed in Rock Island liefore.
Mrs. Tripp's daneing clas for this
week" will be held Wednesday even
ing. instead of Tuesday, at Curse's
hall at 7:3). Primary afternoon
Awarded Highest Honors
At the World Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE
A aura Crap Gram of Tartar Powder. F:cc
frCOl Ammonia, Ahan or any othtraoultarant.
aO TUSK TU. STANDARD.
class, Friday naoraing, 10 o'clock;
Friday claaa at XM instead of 4 p. m.
The slaters of St. Anthony 'a hospi.
tal deal re to publicly acknowledge a
number of articles sent to the hospi
tal by people whose names are un
known to them, and express their
thanks for the kindness thus shown.
The ferry, J. W. Spencer is still
fast ia the river at the foot of Eigh
teenth street, and the indications are
that she will stay there for a while.
Ia the meantime, however, the little
boat Angusta. is doing ferry work be
tween Rock Island and Davenport.
Bea Moffatt. who ha represented
the International Press association
of Chicago on tho road for a number
of year, has been promoted to a
uperintendcncy in the Chicago
house of the company, and wa in
Rock Island today bidding farewell
to his friends.
One year and a half ago a circle of
King's Daughters was formed in this
city, and now has about 30 active
member. These ladies have decided
to furnish a room in the Y. M. C. A.
building with the proceeds of a sale
of Christmas article, which they arc
busy making. The sale will be at
the residence of Mrs. J. M. Mont
gomery on Wednesday, lec. 6.
Ilauimm. Xv. 28. An ovstcr
supper will le served in the M. K.
church Thanksgiving eve.
Eva Dcnison has gone to Fulton to
spend Thranksgiving with her broth
er, Will Dcnison.
Rer. Warner, of the M. E. church;
will preach a Thanksgiving sermon
in the Congregational church.
Warren Sikcs. of Henry county,
moved into town last week, occupy
ing a part of Mrs. Clapp's house.
Miss Lizzie Dunbar, w ho has been
staying at W. J. (iilpin's for the past
few weeks, left for home last Tues
ti. B. Henry, who ha been doing
some special work for the Kock Isl
and Railroad company returned
home Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Charles Beck, of Kingman,
Kas.. and Miss Florence Dunbar, of
Joslin, are visiting their sister, Mrs.
. J. Gilpin, for a Jew days.
Some of our bovs are enioving the
tine skating on the. father of waters
this week. Don't venture too far bovs:
you know the Mississippi is treach
erous, especially over these rapids.
.Notice is ont of a teachers meet
ing to be neld at Hampton Saturday. !
Dec, 2. AM interested in school af
fairs should attend these nicetinffs.
They give an ideaof what is being
done in the school of the county.
The station agent begins to deliver
the mail sacks to the uostofficc this
week. They have heretofore been
carried by the postmaster, only as an
accommodation, as the olbce i sit
uated at a distance from the depot
that requires the delivcrv bv the
Our mail service has been irreatlv
improved f ltc. We now get twice
me number oi mails a heretofore
at 7:30 a. m.. 11a. m., 6:13 p. m. and
8:56 n. m. We are thus enabled to
get the Chicago papers in the fore
noon, and the Kock Island and Mo-
line evening edition before night.
By a special invitation of their
pa-tor, the memlers of the M. E.
church, and some who are not mem
bers, congregated at the parsonage
on the Morning of Nov. 23, for the
purpose or repairing the steps, and
put up some hitching posts for
teams, a much needed improvement,
for the accommodation of the wor
ship attending public.
n. W. A.. Atteatim:
All im-nibcr of V.. W. Ifw (nm
So. 1AS0, are hereby notified to meet
at their ha!J Wednesday. Sox. 29, at
1 t. m. sharn. to attend thn (itnral
of Neighbor W. W. Hastings. An
invitation is extended to Camps 29
and SOit to participate.
r. r . Knox. V. C. .
J. Frank Mrxr.Kit, clerk.
At II. Tremann & Sons'
raa or Hoik.
irtiTCi from Baltimore.
Inmaxing cloudiness today, light
stationary temperature, probablv
iukivi niiiiirmiav iilgui; Jlgjlt vari
F. J. Walz, Observer.
Taw Tear fur lluldlas; t. Car.
Fcuuts Falls, .Miuu.. Nov. 27. Georga
Lyons, convicted of rubbiug a Northern
I'aciflc aleeper, j:es a' term of ten yean
ia the penitentiary. He entered the car
alone aud kumrked tbe porter aenaeleas,
after which he roltheil eiicht men and as
cajied, bat an sulk.equeuily eaufhv.
Fell t.lr Ik tt'aela.
iXUAKT, liid., X jv. 21. Henry B. Nel
son, aged 33 Tears, fell under tbe wheals of
a Lake Suore and Micbisan Southern
train at Brosiu, just east of here, and
Was killed. 11 is bead and right arm wm
cot off. Um home was at Ligoniar, 2ad
Where be kavas a recently wadded .wife.
Ttaa Weatbar Wa May lTiaarl
r.'AsaisuTos:. Nor. ST. Tb fotiowaag at
tbe weatbar iadicatinaa for tweary-fbar bonra
troca S p. m. yeaterdar: For Indiaaa and Illt
aon Ttoeatntog weather and twhK laatatly
wtada, baconisc variable, for aucaasaaaaj
Wiacoasia Tarsal re inc wsatbar aa4 apoar:
snatbeaaterly arioda. bauwilin TariabbK
alifhtlyenUrria Drrtheni partinBa. For Iasra
ugui rsrn ur auow; rariaiha wiaoa. .
Belglam taa ISO, 000 aalooas aad
Twro-thirds at tk ewld i. sm
la the world waa discovered d arias; tit
. ias nity year.
The United State has a lower per
centage of Tailed people than any
other country in the world.
Tbe biggest fresh water ash. the
"Arapaciaa of the Amazon ia South
Asaeriea, growa to mix feet la leagth.
French panpera are provided for by
the fund arising from a ten per cent
tax on theater tickets. This tax aver
ages 110,500,000 year.
It is estimated that the chinch bag,
Hessian fly, army worm and cotton
warns have cost the people of the
United States more than the civil war.
Counting the bearing and non-bearing
orange trees in Florida there are
estimated to be 10,000,000. California
ia credited with having-ft, owi, 000 trees,
and Arizona about l,oo,o.
Daring the years 18 nearly 500
American locomotives were exported
to foreign countries. Of this number
Brazjl took 19.1; Cuba, S; Mexico, 34;
Chili, ;3; and Japan 12. Even from
Joppa the American locomotive hauls
the train to Jerusalem.
Statistics of some of the great wara
of the past are reported to be as fol
lows: The Crimean war cost 83,000,
000,000 and 750,000 lives; the Italian
war cf 1 ,".:), $.100,000,000 and 45,000
lives; the war for Southern indepen
dence cost the North 85,100,000,000,
and the south Si, 300,000. 000, and to
gether about 8.10,000 lives; the Prasso
Austrian war of 1866 cost $333,000,000
and 45,000 lives; the Eusso-Turkish
war. 8125,000.000 and 50,000 lives, and
the Franco-Prussian war, 84, 100,000,000
and 196,000 lives.
"When I u a onog man." raid Jonathan Gray.
-If a fellow took phvsic h- knew it, you bet.
It moa'd cramp tain all up in a colltcky wy,
AwLfoid Lord, what a t::irg his int
wool t get !
Bill the pill ia ne cow- dy ay tcaibe folks
Are at eay to take acd p'ravant a jokrs."'
Of eoarae. the kind referred to by Mr Gray
was Cr. Puree". Pli ant Pellet, the eery bert
L!rer Pill ever vade mild, bat ure and effec
tive . Tbe only pill, sold by dr ugc:ft. absola'e
!y oa trial! gatirttttlon euarantecd, or your
money ia returned .
I ntenigence CoU mn .
HFC TOC IS SEED?
Want a cook
Want a partner
Want a situation
?eat to rant man
Want a servant girl
Want to sell a farm
Want to ell a boo-c
Want to exchange amthtrj
Want t sell boBsebold frorai
W ant to make any real estate Irian
Want to sell or trade for anytbfnc
Want to Snd customera for anything
CSS THKSB COLCMX8.
THa Daily a hots deuvkrkd atyocb
door ererr ereni lor ltc per week.
PR SAI.B-T WO (MMID PRIH STOVES AND
a haid coal stoic, near! rrw Add'it at thir
WAKTtD TWO OK TI1HCE GOODSAtE
mes. "all on satnrdaT : firrtiona at U ft.
Mryer a; W heeler office. J. II. eropDann.
WAITED BOAfcn XR SIAS AND WIPE
in private fanrlr. or to furnthd
for ticht aooM-kerptnt. Call on. or addres C.
R ," Ann oolce.
ForSD A TAV BAY HOKSE: WAS
oauhtkIke Han. and the owner wtll St d
the bone at SS9 Hitth avenue. hr horse tand
IS hand high, and bat two white fee:. Owner,
call at oace.
THE OXtV SKI ri'RE AXH
eafferiac from ailacnta pecular to their sex can
the reliable atariae corrective and tonic will per
manently relt-Te the wont cur. Book si viae,
fall particnlar auiled free. Address: Koom
Whllaker Block, lamnport.
OO ,T JKE.JS8S, ,
2 T O O VV K K S
Riverside Oaks. Riverside Ranges
Riverside Cooking Stoves.
Garland Hard Coal Stoves.
The bct aortmcat of stoves in the city.
11S aa 117 Meeawd Av-
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r P It AA 9NNO OS 8
P PIIAAKXXO OS
pppp n a a h n v o o ssss
P IIAAAItNltO O S
P II A ANNHO OS S
New Scale KimbalJ,
Hallet & Davis. '
Iostraicents sold on eksy
time payments. Violins
and accordeons at half
iS15 Second Ay.
TDDKHn DATA EGB
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
tric, electro-thermal, etc., may
lie obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Rooms, on the tirst floor of
the Harper House.
ROOMS OPEN. .
For Ladicj From 9 a. m. to
12 m. on week days. For Gen
tlemen From 6 a."m. to 7:30 a.
m., and from 2 p. m. to 9 p. m.
on week days. On Sundays the
rooms will be open from 6 a. m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electric and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at any
time during business hours.
Gymnasium connected with bath
at at at na n t n a a
Beginning Monday Morning,
100 silk head rests for 25 cents each
new figures, new designs.
10 pieces silk velvet for
per yard worth 50c.
10 pieces 50-inch broadcloth
per yard former price f 1.50 per
yard. Also 15 lines of dress
goods at a 25 per cent reduction.
and " 1 like an'
days will ,...,
goods that win d
Elegant lit,,- , !la!1,,
we are making
1709 and 1709J Second
r- -w. , nail lOVJl I
SPECIAL SALE OF CROCHERY.
Stanford's Celebrated Semi
porcelain Decorated ware to be
sold at less than the price of
5 in decorated plates, 56c.
6 in tea plates, 65c.
7 in breakfast plates, 75c.
8 in dinner plates. 85c.
Small turkey plates, 15c.
I-arge turkey plates, S8c.
Decorated soup tourcen, f 1.25.
Fine assortment of lamps.
Hall lamps only, f 1.69.
" v uuifi.E
Kcrcnicis, :c one toaDi.,
6 in stove piin-. full len-tb."
6 in stove elbow, .
Japan tire shove;?. &
Stove lifters. 1 s
Xickel plated pokers c.m'i
Roasting pun?, hoarv
11 qt bread raiser- X.X
Cheese plates, a-. 6 .-.
5 bottle castors", fi'jc.
Complete line of Gloves and .Mittens.
Positively the lowest on underwear.
P J. YOUNG, Proprietor.
Domestic Su. tings
with a replete stock of Fall
and Winter Suitings at No.
1707 Second avennc, in the
6tore formerly occupied bv
H. D. Folsom.
An.l L'.-I S:-
"J. T. EmnmiLD.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fi
llonca rTsiaa:.. ai.J CKSAM. T1 a W . n 1 r J V... V
Are showing decidedlx.the besi, largest, finest, most perfect-
fitting line of Tailor-made
They are the finest in the City. When you see a neat
trim-looking Overcoat you can wager it comes from us.
.That's the kind and only ones we carry. No old styles,
everything new. CORRECT PRICES. In fact, the lowest
on record. Inspection invited.
Shoe etore 1804 8ecoad aTetmc'
Largest Shoe and Clothing Stores in Rock Island County.
. Clotiintr Bton IT& Secoad Avwuia, 116-122 Eighteenth St.