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THE A KGU S, T U ES'OAY, DECE MJttE K 2'i . 1892.
The "Grey Mare" tonight.
Cloak sale at McCabe Bros.
Tobogcan sliding and flue skating at
the Watch Tower.
C. O. Weobtr. cf Minneapolis, is here
for the holiday season .
The Tri-City Id park could not be in
better condition than it now is.
Oo to the Td-City Ice park when you
want to spend a pleasant evening.
Beginning of the cloak sNujjhter to
morrow morning at McCabe Bros.
Henry McKinstry, of Peoria, is home
on a short visit to relatives in the city.
Hiss Beesie Dimick arrived last evening
from Chicago on a visit to Miss Emma
Toe toboggan elide at the Watch Tow
r ia n anlendid condition for winter
Jr,hn SuJT.Md came home today from
school in UUicago to spend a few days
There wtre fully 250 people at tbe Tri
City Ice park Ust evening and all enjoyed
the sport immensely.
One tbousand cloaks are too many for
this time in the season. See what Mc-
Ctbo Bros, have to say on this subject
Miss Gertrude Tanner, who has been
hoaie over Chrts'mas. left again tbis
morninjf for Fulton, where she is attend
inj the Normal school.
Cut in two, just in the middle 109
Tuibnts and children 8 garments just one
half price for balance of this week at Mc
Cabe Bros'. Others to follow.
James McOuinn formerly connected
ilh the Western Union Telegraph com
pan? ere, is home from Chicago on a
slxrt visit to relatives ana irienas.
McCabe Bros, begin their gigantic
cloak sale tomorrow morning by putting
out 100 children's and misses' garments
at just one-half origin 1 pi ices. More to
Reserved seat sale for the Ramenvi
eoocrt opens at 7:30 a. m. tomorrow At
the Y. M. C. A. building and after 10
o'clock will be on sale at the Harper
One of the reigning dramatic successes
of the dav is 'he "Grey Mare." As pre
sented bv Dtniel Frohman s company Of
Lyceum theatre players, it will be seen at
Harper's theatre tonight.
Miss Ke Vorndran is visiting at the
Tetidfnce of Msrtin Weinberger. She is
a sister of Mrs. Weinbft'cer. and as thev
bad not seen each other for 23 years
there is more than ordinary joy ia the
At Trinity chapel last evening, the
children of that Suodiy school had their
Christmas rxercisea and distribution of
gifts. A large number were in attend
anre and tbe affair was greatly eoj yed
by toe young people.
Dr. and Mrs. O. P. Bala, of Blooming
ton. Wis., baye arrived in tbe city to at
tend tbe wedding of tbeir sod, Dr. E. M
Sal a, which occurs tomorrow. Tbe doc
tor's two brothers. Dr. O. Stla. Jr., of
Kansas City, and A. F. Bala, ot Wiscon
sin, are hire also.
Tbe Lyceum Theatre Company appears
at Harpers Theatre to-night in "The
Grey Mare'' one of tbe greatest comedy
sucot'Sses of the day. The pitce is
elegantly staged and givtn with all the
origical t Beets. It will be a rare treat
that should not be missed.
Erhardt G. Fickenscher, the well
known and popular city messenger for
the American Express company, who is
also alderman from tbe Third ward, will
sever hie connection with the American
the first of tbe year to accept a similar
position with the Adams company.
The annual installation of officers of
Barrett chapter. Trio lodge and Rock
Island lodge. A. F. & A. M.. will be he'd
Thursday evening, Jan. 12. Tbe com
mittee f f arrangements is composed of J.
M. Montgomery, J. R. Jobns'on, J. H.
Kerr, Ftnmrl Beck, J. F RoMneon. D J
8ears. M. M Bnpcf, George Richmond
and George McKissick.
Mrs. G. F Robenen received a shock
ing pier of intelligence this morning.
Daring the past summer Mrs. Liscom. of
Topeka, Kan., was Mrs. Robenson's guast
and during that time met a number of
Rock Island people. Tbis moraine
brought a letter to Mrs. Robertson from
her friend written last Friday, when the
writer appeared to be in perfect health,
and almost simultaneously with it came a
telegram announcing the sudden death of
the estimable lady.
Nelson Bentley, who was run in yes
terday for disorderly conduct, was fined
$5 and costs this morning by Magistrate
Wivil on complaint of Michael Spaids.
A man who was overbound with
Cbristmaa toy in its liquid form was run
away by tbe police from in front of the
American Express office last night, where
he bad made more or less trouble. He
was sent home and knew enough to get
there with as little delay as possible.
This morning a stranger swiptd a coal
from in front of tbe M. & K. clothing
tore and was mnking off when Officer
Long seised him and conveyed him to
police headquarters, where he gave his
same as J. Daniel Clifford.
CUPID ON CHRISTMAS.
A Joyous Event and a Matrimonial Anni
At the residence of James Mir field and
wife, 60S Thirtieth street, on Christmas
day, occurred tbe marriage of their
daughter. Miss Anna A. Mirfleld, to Dr.
. B. Hall, formerly of this city but now
t Davenport. The occasion was also
the twenty-fifth anniversary of the wed
ding of Mr. and Mrs. Mirfleld, and the
event was accordingly a doubly bsppy
one. Tbe ceremony which united the
destinies of the happy couple was per-
f rmed by Rev. He Id, formerly a minis-
)t in the M. E. church of Davenport, and
v as witnessed only by relatives of the
contracting parties. Immediately fol
lowing ibe ceremony a delicious spread
v as served which was enjoyed by the as
sembled guests, and tbe remainder of the
day was spent in making meiry over tbe
The bride is well known throughout
the city and has many friends who will
v ish the coup'e much joy and prosper
ity. Both the bridal couple of 25 years
s to and the one ot Christmas were the
recipients of many handsome tokens of
n membrance from friends. Dr.and Mrs.
Ball will go to housekeeping at once in
Dec. 22 Homer J Lowrey to Elisa
beth Harper, lot 12. assessor's plat of
Ui70, swj nwj, 11, 17. 2w, $ 8,000.
Dec. 24 Estate of Elisabeth D. Al
aiander. Proof of death. Will ad
milled to probate.
Estate of Rosalia Hartnagel. Petition
by administrator for an order directing
c unty treasurer to pay over money in
hi hands to administrator us assets of the
estate. Order for service on parties
turned as defendants in petition.
Estate of George S Holland Appraise
m ;nt bill and widow's award filed and ap
proved Assignment of Shank & Morris. Peti
tion ot C M Henderson & Co for an order
to set apart goods included in said as
signment and claimed by said company .
Order that assignee set aside goods
cln'med and hold the same until the final
orltr of this court
Tested and Approved-L M. Littig, Eeq
Pres't Marine Nat'l i.ank, Baltimore, Md.,
ays: "I have used Salvation Oil and
find it an excellent remedy for neuralgia
Keep it in your family."
Thb daily Atfous dslivekkd atyotjr
door every arguing for lHc per week.
WANTKD-A SITUATION BY A FIRST
class yount barber. Address '-J W "
417 Fourth street.
WANTED THREB OR FOUR ROOMS SUIT
able for light hoaroKeenin, either upstairs
or down. Address "Q," care of Turn Abqls.
I,03,!.?11 ST0': r R M .MY HOME DEC.
lSlh, a ton colored female do,, smooth hair,
fleas return to Connelly's 131 Sixth avenue
and be rewarded.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY-FRVT CLASS
steel and chilled plow fitters. Beet of
wages r-a d sod s'ea.iy vsorlt nniriteed. Only
B eady men need apply. South Bend Chilled Plow
Co , south Beud, Hid.
WANTED TO RBNT. A HOUSE ONNINB
teenth. Twtntttth or Twenl j-first streets and
south of Seventh avenue. PosaMon wanted bv
Keb 1st. Apply by letter, giving location toD, care
tf-TO PER DAY AT HOME, SELLING
QO Lightning Plater and riming jewelry.
' . mwBH tuo nncBijew-
e.rv eoocarr-w. anJ kinusor meiaL with sold.
.1 1 ju. ,.r ntjiiai V : .
; ... . . ... vAjvrrieuce no capital.
hverv ojse na uoods needing plating
U. ii Ub.1. No ;.. o amrjQi O
EDISON PHONOQR VniS FOR8ALB.
Agents and canvasaers wanted In every town
in this state to aellonr .goads. Address for par
THE NORTH AMERICAN PHONOGRAPH CO
Bute Street, Chicago. Ill
J- E- Montrose. Mans gar.
Tuesday Evening. Dec. 27.
PBESENT3 THE GREAT COMBDY SUCCESS
The Grey Mare,
From the Lyce-im Theatre New York
By George R. Sims and Ceeil Kalelgh,
The play will be staged with that rare perfec
tion ot detail characteristic of the management.
Sale or seats omnnnces Dec, il:U. No raise
in prices. Prices $1.00. T5, 0, 25 cents.
Left' an Appropriate Text.
Philadelphia, Dec 2?. Wearied with
what seemed an enuloss struggle with a
wiisting disease Jarvis "JV. Hand, sn 1S-yer-ol,d
student at the Philadelphia Dental
co.ieKB i rum iuuiow, Arostook county,
M blew out his lirttltia Saturday. Ths
youth was found lying dead iu his room, a
bu llet in his lirain, revolver in one hand,
and au open Bible nenr the other open at
the text: "Man that is born of woman is
fe'v ot days and full of trouble." In a let
ter left on a bureau the suicide requested
th.it "Elder Carney" preach his funeral
sermon from this text.
Libel Salt Agalust the Chicago Journal.
CHICAQ, Dec. 27. Alderman Ernest
Hummel, ot the Thirty-first ward, is plain'
ti in a suit for $150,000 begun in the
su erior court Saturday against Edward
Corrigan, The Eveuing Journal and its
publisher, John R. Wilson. Thechargg
is libel and the article complained of ap
peared in a recent issue of the Journal. It
was an alleged interview with Corrigan in
wl.ich lie stated that the Indiana pacing
asf-ocialion was a fraud and was run by by
gamblers, thievus aiut blacklegs for the
pu -pose ot robbing the publ;c.
Killed tlie J- ire in an.
Sai.ida, Col., Dec. 27. Sunday after-
na n, as the Denver and Kio Grande pay
car was going down Marshall pass west-
wa-d bound, the engine jumped the track
and turned over, killing fireman Jatnet
leu-is and seriously injuring Engineei
Arrested for Uoblting His Employer.
Columbus, Ind., Dec. 27. J. B. Dorsey,
for eight years confidential bookkeeper for
Jol n F. Maring, the pension attorney, was
nrr-sted Lere for robbing his employer i
residence and carrying away a gold watch
and $140 in cash. He confessed when placed
Published on behalf of Hood's Sarsapa
rilla are as reliable and as worthy your
confidence as if they came from Your
best and most trusted neighbor. They
stats only the simple facts in regard to
what Hoods Sarfaparilla has done, al
ways within truth and reason.
Constipation and all troubles with the
digestive orzans and the liver are cured
by Hood's Pills. Unequalled as a dinner
T) any station tag I ot Missouria River
and within a radius of 200 miles from
teltiai; station, the C. B & O. offers a
rate at one fare and one-third for the
rouid trip. Tickets on sale Dec.
31. 1892. January 1st. and Sid,
1891;. good to return t- Jn 3rd. 1893.
P. g Eubti8, H. D. Mack.
G. P. A. D. P. A.
Chicago. Rock Island
Excursion Kates tor Christinas and New
Tlie C.'M. & St. P. railway will sell
excursion tickets for one fare and one
thirl. Tickets on sale Dec. 24. h. 25th.
26tb and 81st and Jan. 1st and 2 I, good
to return up to and including Jan. 8d,
189 !, Tickets sold within a distance of
200 miles. E. D. W. Holmes. Agt.
guil is Opera House,
Wednesday, Dec. 28.
the PhftnomenallT Successful Irish Play,
Introducing a snperb company. Including toe
favorite Gas Reynolds and Clara Coleman .
Special Scenic Effects!
Costumed by Karon Do Grimm.
Exquisite Vocal Gems,
And a pair ot
GENUINE IRISH PONIES.
Seat sale at Fluke's -Telephone No. 80 Prices.
91.1HJ. 71, so aaa S3 cents.
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powd :r. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes- 40 Years the Standard
J. E. Montrose. Manager.
Wednesday, Dec. 28th.
Magnificent Present ttion of the Romantic Melo
dramatic spectacls, j
THE RIVERSIDE OAS
will keep fire all night with soft coal;
will not eras or smoke; heavy steel body;
large ash pan. Call and examine this
wonderful stove sold by
New styles of
B. ROY BOWLBY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
0V3 c gNTIRE
Here is the greatest offering
ever made in this vicinity
A belated invoice of kid
gloves arrived last Satur
day night should have
been here long ago for holi
day trade. Somebody must
pay for the delay. That
somebody is the firm that
delayed the goods. You
will make money as they
must be sold this week.
f about cost won't sell
them we don't know what
will. Here they go. Only
one more week before
New Tears you know;
Lot 1 Biarritz su n I
Lot 2-Biarritz suede, 4 J
Lot 3 Foster 5-ho0k flk J
uictiiv auu roicrs
One pair or half , J
many you take. D0J
xi tu you win not ftl
your purcnasin. g,
gins i0 a. m. Mnday,"'
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
The craee of London. Paris and New York.
Appeals to erery class and grade of society, so
strong is it Human Inter, ats ana so powerial
are tbe emotions brought into play.
A Great Play I
Strong Company T
Wonderful Scenery I
Fall of Startling Electrical K fleets I
A Consummately Competent Company, sup
porting the Great Artist,
Mr. John Griffith, Jr.
As His Ratanlc Majesty, Mephistopheles,
Under the management of LESLIE DAVIS.
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brands of domestic
and imported cicars. All brands of tobacco.
Tbe score of all tne ball games wi1! be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1808 Second Arenoe.
Heating and Ventilating Engineers,
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A complete line of Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing Hose,
Fire Brick Etc. Largest and best equipped
establishment west of Chicago.
D AVIS JSiAJOJi Moline, 111. I 1 12, 1 14 West Seventeenth i
Telephone 2053. J Telephone 1148. Boc
Residence Teleuhrn 1 160
Special Holiday Slipper Sale
We have the Largest Line of Holiday Slippers
ever opened in this city. Look at the prices: 49c,
C9c, 78c, S9c, 98c, $1.29 and $1.48. It will pay you
to lay in a year's supply during this sale, and to
make it a Holiday advertisement we will give to
every pure aser of a pair of shoes a beautiful boei
let of the Presidents of the United States.
FAMOUS SHOE STORE,
108 W. 3d near Brady Davenport, Iowi
G-. L.WYNES & CD.
Is nam located in hit dcw shop.
At 324 Seventeenth Street
laTLlghl shoes a specialty. Opposite m Gkl i
To save from
On an Overcoat
M. & K.
For your Boy
Of those suits
M. & K. have placed
On sale at
Silk Plush Caps,
. Can please yon.