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TIK A15GUS, MQN I AY, DKOKMHE i i 1892.
CITY OH AT.
Tii City ice park tonight.
Toys! Tojs! it W Trt fz & Go's.
See Tiiomis' cbige of ad today.
Domino.- 2 this i-i'nins? at the Columbia
accoriiin9 98c at the
Iniu.ctse kid glove sale at Mclntire
Arrordiins from 20c to OS
Abie iob lot of toys just reccivtd
Notice Reidy Bros.' change of ad. It
-will intereet you.
The bridge will cloee tor repairs to
morrow at 1 o'clock.
A.B C. blocks 2: this evening from
6 t 8 t the Columbia.
Call at Gait's tomorrow and get a bcau
tiful Horit of holly free.
The Columbia has many fancy article
in chinawnre Sue them.
Buy a silk umbrella at McCabe Bros '
for a select Christmas gift.
Larue nested blocks sold by others at
75 , our pi ice 25 :, Columbia.
you 10 come and pet a niee ppray of holly
imtrrow at my Kt.-re. 1815 Second ave
nue. But. of course, if you want to buy I
don't otjcf. M. Lee Gill.
Tuesday evening, from 7 to 9 o'clck.
McCibeBroa. will sell al the diff-reot )
tripln odors of Leon Macyenet & Co 'g i
floe perfumes at 10c an ounce. Bring i
your bot les, as bottles will be chared
Sherman Brinkerh iff, who for a num
ber of yers hes hecn a well known trav
elinf salesman, has decided to abandon
I tVa tjmnla nuaa anA r.'turn tA thp. uftt.
wheie he will assume znarge
of a flour
Tic city council promises to have an
unutually important session this even
ing. The Fourth and Twentieth street
A Wet lvrforraance.
One of Miss Rose Co-hlan's most unique
experiences occurred al 1'iMsburg.
There was to ! an .nl fresco perform
ance of "Aa Y..u U f." in the grounds
of the Kenmawr. m swell east end hotel.
Miss Coyhlrt ti was t. appear as Rosalind,
with Jiisepli lluworiii a Orlando and Wil
liam Muldoon as Cliarl-. s the Wrestler.
On the evening set for the occasion the
rain poured in torrents, so that the play
was postponed until the follow ing evening.
The next day elusive showers and delu
sive sunshine pursued each other from
hour to hour. At C p. m. there was a rat
tling fall of rain, but the sky promptly
cleared and the evening promised well.
A goodly audience of the cream of PiUs-
hnriz societv filled the uncovered ampin-
theater which had been erected, but just
at 8 o'clock a fine, drizzling rain began to
paviag contracts are to come up and bids ' fall. Up went umbrellas, and the gor
will he received. Several contracting ' peouslv attired ranks of people good hu
firuiH will submit proposals . ! moredly showed not the least intention of
Among the good toys at Crampton'u
will he found anchor stone building
blocks, price from 20c to the Z 'C-ro
mast c Interns. 1 20 to $3 50. enuiues
f 1 t $2 50; a full rgged styp 16 inches
j lone. 25c; -ud pic'ures to paint with non
( poisonous colors, 25c each.
I If you are looking f r an acceptable
Christmas prese-n for vour friend c-T. a'
'Lous Glockhoffs Arcade oiijir ore.
Mi In' ire Bros.' special sule of
gloves will cause a sensation.
Kid gloves at Melmire Bros.'
p.r'if u.ttrs see sjvenisurneni .
Take your bo'.tlcs to McCabe Bros.'
Tuesday nijlit. 7 to 9 o'clock.
A delayed shipm.'Tt of great biij 2
doilj f,'o tt 1.75 at McCabe Bros.
Tnere is no use ttt.kinj;, W. Trifz &
Co. have the goods and the pries.
Latest styles of bla k dress silk for
Christmas presents at McCabe Bros.'
II E Casteel came duwn from Fulton
and Sj-ent yesterday with his family.
H. R Emerson, of Chicago, in in Illi
cit? to spend the holidays with rela
tives. E7cryone calling at Gall's store to
morrow will be presented with a sprie: of
Horst V"n Koekritz. the Fifth avenue
pharma ist, is confined to his home with
Don't delay if you expect to take ad- j
vau'ace or Mclntire Bros, special Kill
If you want pictures you will set them
at R Cramplon'g special sale commenc-
E. 1). McCartney left this morning on j
a short basin-Si trip to Oitawa and
alias Mattie Baker has returned from a
visit to frienis a". Sioux Ci'j acd ether
ci'ies in Iowa.
Tee finest, line of K y West and other
nue domestic and imported cigars can be
found at the Arcade.
The finest line of silk pluh goods in
the city at Mrs. C. Mitsch's al prices
that cannot be duplicated.
Found a riu. O-vner can have same
by Drvins property and paying for this
ut.ci. Aj-ly to Angus -.filet:.
Dr. Myers has moved his family into
hifi new residence, 2822 Moline avenue.
Office fcs before over Krull Maths'.
Don't fail to ro to W Tr.fz & Co. and
s?t their grand diiplay of Christmas toys.
They huvj them in great variety.
The Tri City Ice Park was fl d d
on Sa'.urday niht and now has a fine
Tonight, fr; m 7 til: 9 o'clock, McCabe
Bros, will sell 100 "Pleasant" Slories, large
bosrd juvenile book, 156 p ii.es, at 8c
To save mnnev in yur Christmas pur
chases, see Mrs C. Mitsch's line. She has
a much larger display than ever. 1314
John Cob nan and son Charles arrived
home from Rxo, Col., yesterday morn -ing.
Mr. Cohnan is engaged in exten
sive mining business.
Travel over the Rock Island bridge
yesterday amounted to: Foot, north, 514;
houih, 535, total, 1 019 "Teams, north,
213; south, 209; total, 422.
The empl' yecs of the National cracker
factory indulged in a sleigh ride party on
Saturdu? night, doing the three towns
and the surrounding counlry.
Something entirely new in glassware,
the Ruby, engraved in water sets and
many other armies suitable for Christ
aias presents at Mrs.C Mitsch's
James Knowlton, son of W. S,
Knowlton, arrived home this morninjr
from 8t. John s nilitary school at Man
ilas, N Y., to spend the holidays.
All the different odrs Leon Mangenet
& Co.'e fine bulk perfumes will be sold at
10c per ounce. Tuesday evening, 7 till 9
o'clock at. McCabe Bros.' Bring your
The regular meeting of the W. C. T.
U. will le: held next Tuesday afternoon at
3 o'clock at the Young Men's Christian
association. All ladies are invited to be
This is the season to lay in a supply of
booke, acd R. Crampton & Co. have a
splerd d ock to select from. Nothing
is of more lasting value as a Chris'mas
To rent Two rooms in suite for
oflicvb, corner of Second Avenue and
Frieenta street. Second floor, over
Grotjan'i drug store. Apply to W. S.
Be on hand at the book sale tonight
at 7 o'clock at McCabe Bros.', as they
will bell 100 of those juvenile books; 37o
more of those cheap 12. mo books were
received this morning
I dwu't ask you to buy. I only want
k d where Xbe finest line of nvrchaum pipes,
Istensand smokers' utensils in the em
v,.r can De lound, ana a line oi curars
tobVaoco ia ketpiag with the other arti-
Just think of the nice pTeents you
! can buy in silyerare at Will R John--json'n.
There are many useful one.suihss
'casters, butter dishes, tea sets, water sets,
.berry dishes, pickle dishes. brei;d plates,
! card receivers, salt and pepper casters.
napkin rings and a great many other ar
ticles that he can show show you if ?Ou
D you want a load c.f soft coal free
fnni slate, sulphur and other impuri
ties If so try the Indiana Block or
the Kentucky lump coal, both for sale
by 13. G. Fntz.r at $4.25 oer ton dehv
ered. They produce no clinkers, but
little ashes, and while making a much
h t a fire, last twice a long as Illinois
coal Oanii I c"al for gra es a's ), and
the best crads of hard cal always or
han 1 at 10 -3 Second avenue.
crtvincr tin the shin.
For an hour that fine, persistent rain fell
upon the grassy stape. below the seats, buv
at last, finding the Pittsbunrers could not
be drowned out, it ceased. Rurs were
Bproad here ami there over the press, new
Iphvps were scattered around, and, array e;
in "irurns" and poloshes, the actors went
tliru;;:.l the play. A stage stride is a preat
t'ai:. anyw.".v. hut the way those unfor
tunate players covered the ground between
the rugs was a marvel.
Miss Coghlan never made such strides in
her professii.it 1h lore or sin e, and she says
it is the only true she ever wore 'rubbers''
on the stage. New York Recorder.
"Inert Ta' guaC MilVeriug and almost
starvation among the miners east of ino
homish in Wa-hinpton sf ite. because the
floods have made it impossible to get food
ths daily ahgvs delivered at you
X. door fvt-ry evening tor Wc per week.
A M c NTIRK RBQ&
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
wiilk.M p fire all a g-i' wi'h soft coal;
will noi pus or sm -ke; heavy steel bodv;
larpe ash Call and eximine this
wonde;fu! stove s '.d by
Here the greatest c fferiDg
ev-r mide in this vicinity
A belated invoice of kid
gloves arrived laBt Satur
day night shou'd have
been here Ions aofor holi
day irade. Somebody masr
py for the dlay. That
pombod)- is the firm that
delay d the good. You
will mike mo"ey as they
must be? eold thia week,
f about co5t won't sell
them we don't know what
will. Here they go Only
one more w-ek before
Christmas you know.
L.OT I lilirntz -u-r1e??bu.f,
T n O T: li
Lor 3 Foster D li ok
One pair or half a d.z.
rair. we Im.'i ... ,
e 1- Bfj
many you tak TV T
appreciate tbeopj.wrtii '
If fo you will !,.,(
y ur pu;cl:a-i
gins i0 a m M i,,iav
MR. MERTZ' STORY.
The l.atr Kdilnr of theTrl-C'ity llla.lc TclU
Hi w he rtecame
Ilnti(led With ThHt
R')ck Island, Dm- 17. Editor Ar
rs j - L sc summer I was solicited by a
number of individuals of Rock I-land, to
take the editorship of the Tri-City Blade,
as it was subsequently called, The new
pap r was soon launched, out before i'
bad ssucli'.s fourth number, Robert Ben,
nett. in a very mild manner, commenced
to criticise and expostulate. His de
mea tor grew more bold and his tones of
expression more stentorian, until he be
cam ; more dictatorial and finally made a
decided attack upon the policy of the pa
per The editor, who does not believe in
the vrahip of idolatry, refused to adore
and revere the self-appointed censor. In
the meantime the business manager, who
became a later adjunct to the paper, cot
into a collusion with Mr. Bennett, and
cutn.uenccd a s rk-s of systematic war
fnre apoinV the editor and policy of the
psmr. Then hmi: nature tnrew off
j his arb and a series of usurpations fol-
It will be open tonight. 0ar toli(.v is ,be ePnera position 0f
aousRs and evils, vve Deiieve mere are
political, civil and social wrongs in pro
testi tm as well as in the system of Ro
ruin sm. We sec the evils of temptation
and place's f bin, the compromise of
some- of the officials of lawlessness and
degr dation, the ruin of many of the
yonr g, the undermining of the chastity
of w manhood and sanctity of the home,
the peril of society, the immorality and
corruption of public man, the blending of
Ame'li-an institutions with sectarian ideas
The spirit of castes controlling the pol
icy tnd administration of the popular
churches of our cities, while the poorer
clsstes are neglected. Finally, do we
not tee everything sacrificed for the ac
camt.laticn of wealth and the attainment
of fa Dt, while another class lose even the
very (.mbition of life itself and grow
reckljss and depraved? We contend
that systems, customs, habits and imi
tations of abuses and evils, under every
name that produces tbeBe results, should
be exposed and corrected.
Wt refused to run the Blade into a rut
and thunder away at Romanism without
expor.ing other wrongs and errors and
customs. A. H. Mektz.
FOR SAI.E-A SUV AKK PIANO As GOnn AS
tie w. by Mr. Kill-. 8-35 Tiv.'f h . '
VANTEn THREE "K FOL'li )t !- -I f--VV
able for lipht honclec'pin . e l: . r p t n
or down. Adrtre '-Q.'' c-irj -f "nr. m; -OITV
ATION- A S T EI) - HY A VI ' M '
J ried ni n 8S clerk in hHr.h .r.- r .'. -;!
More; 12 venrs" (ipf fw . i - r -BiU.
li.w. 1B3S Kourth ave n
i'ANTKi TO RKNT .N M - !J-
W leenth, Twi ntl. til or ; - e y r- -, -ei -i- i.m!
con'h oT Seventh avcnn" " - s- "i wau'ed h'
Feb 1-t. A' ply b eit.r, ..- . :i to n, cure
Akoi's office. I
OOK OR AS ,
m:mic Adilnc L. his oni'"e ;
TO JI5 PER HAT AT if VK. !-Kl.ltNO
Lichtmni; riater ai d ila':n: j.-w. ir . ,
tcho. Ubt'-ware. Ac. Pirn.--rhc ! o-i of ji-u-
e'-; eo! a. r- . ,i: kic- :r. ,;i . v rh uo.il
Mlvcr or niekeJ. No ex;.' ' : ' N '.
M. X DEI NO i ' '' a
w styles oi
Are surprised to find
so many nice Christ
The best tlv
iffords and j.ri
T17ASTEE1-A rl ION A-
1" jreiirral hoone pir by one wlio
work f r her bo ird n 1 the .rivi eg
iriii s c in e 1 1 1 h .
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
Ladies and children's holiday ontominc.
SATURDAY, DEC. 24
The Famous, Glorious
" SPIDER anfl FLY"
n J At. i-
With it world of features" New in every sense
the world implies.
ATEClY MAJESTIC PRODUCTION.
The mapilncent erenery
The ptreone coMames
Ihr dzr.linc a-mors
,The beautiful ballets
The European specialties
Toe artistic compuny
Attended by the elite of every city. Positively no
liny seats now and avoid the ru-h that is boun !
Entire lower floor $1 .00
First three rows, hslr .ny T5c.
J Scarf Pins,
Live- of others of i remind us
Married life may be publimu.
We trust to be forgiven this pcrody of lines
from Longfellow's immortal "I'salno of Life."
nusbsuds who are wise and thoughtful, know
that the happiness of the home depends Inrpely
ou the health of the mistrjss of the home. Many
are the tasks which daily confront her. Uow can
a worn in contend against the tria;s and worries
of housekeeping, if she be suffering from those
distressing irregularities, ail Lents and weak
nesses peculiar to her sex? Dr. Pierce's Favorite
I rescription is a specific for these disorders. The
only n me-dy, sold by druggists, nndtr a positive
gnarar tee from the manufacturers. Satisfaction
gnaractced in every case, or money refunded.
See printed guarantee on bottle-wrapper.
J. E. Montrose, Man agcr
Tuesday Evening, Dec. 20.
A Fairy Spectacular Operetta in siiacts.arr ng
cd by Miss Helen Tripp, D'reetor, entitled
For the benefit of the N. r;h street
M. K. church. .
General admission 35 cents, Chilor 35c.
Rese rved seats 50c.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brands of domestic
and impor'd cigars. All brands o tobacco.
The score of all .he ball games wi'" j received
L. GLOCEHOFP, Prop.,
lns Second Avennc.
Our stock of Holi
is now complete.
Ye good frund
arc still in the
LLOYD & STEWART Lead the Trade.
Special Holiday Slipper Sale.
We have the Largest Line of Holidat ";.irr.R3
ever opened in this city. Look at the prircs: 49c.
69c, 78c, S9c, 9Sc, $1.29 and f 1.4S. It will pay you
to lay in a year's supply during this sale, and to
make it a Holiday advertisement we giv to
every pnrc aser of a pair of shoes a beautilul bul
let of the Presidents of the United States.
FAMOUS SHOE STORE,
108 W. 3d near Brady Davenport, Iowt
G. L.WYNES & CO.
l.oncran Cuntinuea to luiprov.
WASHINtiTON, Iec. 19. Genernl Ros-
craiis continues to improve visibly. He
goet about i.is room and appears to have
regained his normal health.
Cholor still t Bambarg.
Hampprc, IVc. 19. There have been
twent y-fi ve cases of cholera here in the lafct
week, auu 'wo tieuinn
loe oniy Cream of Tartiw Phw.Vr
TJsed in fl,
Vo Atnmorjia; No AlnX
To save from
$7.00 to $5.00
On an Overcoat
M. & K.
For your Boy
Of those suits
M. & K. have placed
On sale at
Silk Plush Caps
Can plea you
y'JfJ-S Of l JXVvs AC.