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THE AliGUS, FRIDAY, DECEMBEK 23, 1892
Album dy at the Columbia.
Qfsien sad celery at W.A, Ebleb's.
; Christmas fixtures at the Eaitern fair.
Choice lire at George Browner A
Special prices on chicken at Schroe
ier's. XIm pineapples aDl oranges at Ar
Read Drifflt! A. Gleim's notice on ibis
drier tour Christmas turkeys at
Christmas trees at Brooks & Thie.--sssa's.
The f nest turkeys ia the city at Ar
Id's. Dried peaches 13 cents at Driffill &
Qraham aai oatmeal Rcms at W. A.
Liosa beans Mj a quart at Dntll Jfc
8pnish cltutor raisins at W. A.
LeTe your Christmas dinner order at
A few more of those beautiful furs left
Poldia" beds at your own prioe at G.
ftargtins in rocking chairs at Clcmann
ft Salic mann's.
Cranberries, sweet potatoes and cab
bage at Long's.
Mare yon seen the new inToice of toys
Bargains in toys all dy tomorrow at
the Eastern fair.
Ceon lunch at the Ux-W Island annex
A nice display of cnlf at George
Browner ft Co. 'a.
Call at Q. O. Huckstaedi's and see the
liae of ladies' desks.
A full stock of gentlemen's fur collars
aad cuffs at Bennett's.
All Zig-Zig journeys reduced to 79c.
apiece at McCabe Bros.
Remember the great bargains in al
bans at the Columbia.
Special prices on ladies' white aprons
Uday at Mclntire Bros.'
o with the crowd the rush till cia
tiaaea at tha Columbia.
Jain Forgy. of Taylor Ridge, was in
taa city today on business.
Uotice the cuts on books at McCabe
orai.' Only one day more.
Ueore Browner ft Co. hare a nice
display for Christmas dinner.
Fine combination book cases just un-
pacKea at u. u uuckstaedic.
Lettuce, tpinage, parsley and Nttw
York stale celery at Arnold's.
George Brovaer has soma choice meat
aad game for Christina dinner.
3. C Adams and wife, of Chicago, ara
la the euy to spend the holidsys.
Rockers are away down in price at G
Huctstaedt's and are goiug fast.
Order yoar turkey, crame or fish for
Christmas dinner at George Brwner ft
Turkeys, ducks, geese and rbicktns.
tha chMcest in the market at Brooks ft
One more chance at those Dure illus
trated books. The balance go at 52c
apiece at aicUsbe Bros .
H P. Payne, of Chicago, arrived in
the city last night an J will remain over
Ottristmas visiting friends.
This evening Mclntire Bros, sell their
celebrated Herman Lieb ft Co.'s per-
i aas.es at iw cents an ounce.
1 cents an ounce Herman Loeb ft
Co. 'a celebrated perfumes at Mclntire
sroa.' this evening 7 to 0 o'clock.
Closing out all toys and fancy goods on
Saturday at McCabe Bros'. Take 'em
along, any price, this one day. Hurry
ilwer plated knife, fork ard spoon.
hilds sets, going at 15 cents fraru 7
to t o'clock this een:.; at ihe Colum
bia. C. A Meek will deliftir your goods
free, will pay y. ur car lare, will del; on
easy payments. 322 Brady ktreet, Dt
eaport. Mr. and Mr. Henry 8. Frsser. ith
Tk WaiKou, of Indian ap'ilia, are visit
g P. L. Mitchell and familv on Second
A train every hur to Diyenport. C
A fclftr.k will p the fare to all who
saske a purchase at Lis s'ore. 332 Brady
Reprcsen'aivo-E ot J. H. Mulligaa.of
t'wanee, and E D. Mayhew, also of
Hnry ciunty, wre Rock Island county
flwHcp out. clesn up. All ln.iicUj
goods at McC.be Bros.' go at any price
tomorrow. Don't hang back ; last chance.
Half price is a big price.
If you want the best foods cbnap vou
had better call early, for Gal: is going to
close out his Xuss goods in the noxt two
dsya If prices will do It.
Albums, clocks, perlor '.amps hnd many
aseful articles suitable for Cbrislnnt.
ET payments at C. A. Block's. 'Ait
Brad J atreet, Davenport.
John Ainsworth will serve one of the
iaest lunches in the city to his friend i at
his place on Fourth avenue on Christmas
eve. Everyone is invited-
Aid Dauber's Sco'ch terrier dog dls -patched
21 rata in an incredibly short
lime at the corner of Second avenue and
Elfhte'Ath atreet, this morning, vbich
weie turned out of a trap, to the amuse
sent of 35 people who had congregated.
Commencing at 6 o'clock this rvtaing
and continuing all day tomorrow Will R
Johnson will stU all his silverware at 20
per cent discount. It must go.
A. Meek will pav the fare for round
trip on the train to his patrons. Many
useful articles for Ciristmaa gifts. Easy
payments. 383 Brady street, Davenrort.
C. A Rosander, of Augustan College,
left Ust nipht on a two weeks' visit to
friends in Wisconsin, and on bis rfura
wll spend a few days in the World's Fair
An easy chair, a sideboard or an ex-
tendon table make a good Christmas
present Car fare or ferriage paid b7 C.
A. Meek and easy payments. 323 Brady
Ouly two days till Xmia and M. Lee
GaU is goiDg to clear out all bis Xtjss
gotds in thtt time if prices will oo it.
Call and pi privs. They will surprise
ion M L -e G til. 1815 becon.l avenue.
X ih goods mum go. M.Le Gait
win not hold over any goods if he chii
hel, it A atritijht 3') per cont dUoum
on ill AnH goods for the rest of the
weik. M.IvNi Glt, 1815 Second ave
I he qaielness of the liistice courts is
only exceeded by the extreme quietness
in police business all aronnd. No neigh
boraood rows, no burglars and not even
a common vag molests the serenity that
pervades the atmosphere of the several
temples or justice.
Aid. Dan Aorken took a fellow out of
a house oo Sixth avenue last night who
wss making trouble for tbe lady of the
house and dragged him to the police
station. The fellow save his name as
Dan Ryan, and this morning wss fined
f3 and costs by Magistrate Wivill.
Earrison M. Stillwdl. of E','an. 8 D.,
and Miss Edna J. Adran, of Moline
wera united in marriige hv Rev. F. W
Mcircll, of tbe Fisst M. E. church, yes
tenia? afternooa at 4 o'clock. They will
retrain here a week visiting friends, and
then proceed to Dakota, their future
At las' Mclntire Bros, have received
that long expected invoice of ladies' white
aprons. Too bad they did not get here
earl er, but perhaps if quality and prices
are rig tit you can use some of them any
way. They will be divided imo four
lots -35c. 5tc, 58c. 75e Take your
About the most forlorn looking crea
ture that roams the streets these days is
"Mik" Brady's goat. All friends seem
to hive shaken tbe poor unfortunate, and
through the long days and cold and
snowy nights it wanders aimlessly about
town, a fit aubjeet for some philanthro
pic Christmas giver.
Invitations have bee a sent out an
nouncing tbe marriage of Ralph W.
Cracs, of the Davenport Democrat, and
Miss Mabel Layenttire, which occurs at
the liome of tbe latter on East Fourteenth
strett in Davenport next Tuesday even
ing. Mr. Cram is one of the enterpris
ing "locals" on tbe Democrat, and The
Abu ;s extends its hesr.y congratula
tions. Jo j a W. Mulligan has been appointed
sgent at this station in the place of
bis Brother. Joseph H. Mulligan, who
wil soon have legislative duties to per
form. JobDnie has been operator and
ticket agent here for a number of years
and is as well acquainted with the duties
of scent as anyone could become without
holding the position. He will be checked
in next Monday. Joe has made a popular
siren: and we think Johnnie will fill his
place to a T. Kewanee Independent.
M- B. Lcavitt's great spectacular pro
duction. "Spider and Fly," ia to be pre
sented at Harper's theatre tomorrow
evening, and it will uc question ably be
one of ihe cost strikiaq; entertainments
giv-n at ths theatre this season.
Thi "Midrjiobt Alrn" is to bo seen at
the Rurtis at, I)v-npon Sunday for
mitii.ee snd evening entertainment. It
is o-i: f tlio mo-t reiklis ic productions
on th i r-ftd.
Mnsgi r Kindt will preseut Frohman's
sucpcms. "Tiie Grey Mre," at the Burtis
on Monday evening, and the theatre will,
no do'ibt, tie crowded on tbe notable ocn
"Ti e Grey M ire, " ti e Frohman great
play, is to be seen nt Ha-perV theatre
next TuchI ik i-vebicg bya rrowdid bouse
At Hnudnr & Nn',
Dressed turkeys, ohickens nd ducks.
ojjierj and celery.
Everything in tbe vegetab'e line to
mike a good Cbristmas dinner.
Thin ties tomorrow M. ft K.
At CorsBrownr sCo'i.
Red Snapper, Turkeys.
Black Bass, Chickens,
Smoked Fish, Geese,
All kinds of vegetables in the market.
They have ten bead of tbe finest beef
and plenty of venison. Telephone 1064
yrur order and insure prompt delivery
nl Kuril to lor tin Why.
t'HU u.n. I ). l'at llimnld, a
young (toiler malver. f.-ll a distance of fifty
four tV'rt on the Wovld'i fnir gound jester
lav and tvlien iicl.cl up wax found." to have
sustained only slight bruises about the
head and a fracture of a small bone in the
Tested and Approvcd-L M. Littig, Esq.,
Pre t Marine Nat'l . ank, Baltimore, Md..
says: "I have used Salvation Oil and
Bnd it hd excellent remedy for neuralgia.
arep ii iu four lamiiy.
J. E. Montrose. Manager.
I.iiip"' ami chlldren'r holiday psutomine.
SaTUm D ?Y, DEC. 24.
Tbe Fhiuous, Gloiious
" SPIDER and FLY"
With it worhl of re&tureH.' New in srery Hutigc
ine worm implies.
A TRL'i Y MAJBST1C P.toDl CTiON.
1 he oreotiM eosmmes
Ihe dxeeliui: armor
The beotitiful lall n
The Enronean specialtici
The artistic comitany
Attainted by the elite of every city. Positively no
Buy rnrs uowand avoid the ru'h ihnt is bnnn i
Enlire lower floor $1.00.
First three row, balcony 75c.
R urtis Opera House,
ARTKKOOH ANT NIGHT.
Sunday, Dec. 25th.
A J. reason's big rcaliitic prodnctioa.
A oar load of scenery, a irenaine ire engine
Two-Saperb Ilorvrs Two.
See the beantiful Itvingatata clock, the Brook
lyn bridge at night, the revolving engine house
the shark ran draw bridge.
The original New Tork ca. Everything
new this season.
Sale Friday Dec. Md, at the Opera Hous
J1.00, Tt.SO. ;.
J. E- Montrose. Manager.
Tuesday Evening, Dec. 27
DAM EL FROHMAN
PBKsENTd THE GREAT COM BP V 81'CCESS
The Grey Mare,
From the Lyeenm Theatre New Tork
By Georee R. Sims and Cceil Ka'eigh,
The play wnl be staged with that rare perfec
tionof detail cha raetertatlc of the management
Salsm scats sjmmences Dee, 24th. No raise
in prices. Price $1.00. 75, to, 25 cents.
Burtis Opera House,
Monday Evening. Dec. 26
Extra Xmaa Attraction.
PRESENT THE CHEAT COMEDY SUCCESS
The Grey Mare
From The Lyssum Theatre New York.
The play will be Biased with that rare perfec.
1 100 di neui'.i cnaracieriHiie or mo management.
ale of seats at Fluke's Saturday. Sec.
i. at Fluke's prices f 1.00, 7T, SO, and
cents. Boxes six seats $7 SO.
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
will keep fire all night with soft coal;
will not cas or smoke; heavy steel ooay;
large ash van. Cll and examine tbis
wonderful stove sold oy
New styles of
Herel e the greatest o fleriog
ever made in this vicinity
A belated invoice of kid
gloves arrived last Satur
day night should hive
beeo here Ion? ago tor holi
day trade. Somebody mast
piy for the delay. That
somebody is the tirm that
delayed the good?. You
will m-ik mo ey as they
must tv noM this wek.
t' about cost won't sell
them we don't know what
will. Here they go Only
one more w-ek before
Christmas you know.
Lot 1 Biarriti eu-de .jk
i e. xjiarruz snede, 4 bnttor
Lot 3 FoRt. r lir i, j
DiacR and colors.
One pair or half a do.
pair, we den't csre h0l
u.any you take Do rv
appreciate the opj.ortnnitr
It t-o you will not dela
your purchasing. Sale I
gios .0 a. m Mndav.
Are surprised to find!
so many nice Christ
The best the martc
irtords and prices thi
D. ROY BULBY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brands of domestic
and imported cieare. All brands u tobacco.
The score of all '.tie ball gnmce wil" received
L. QLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
lsos Second Avenue,
Our stock of Holi
is now complete.
Ye good friend
are still in the
LLOYD & STEWART Lead the Trade.
Special Holiday Slipper Sale.
We have the Largest Line of Holidat Slippers
ever opened in this city. Look at the prices: 49c.
69c, 78c, 89c, 9Sc, $1.29 and 1.48. It will pay you
to lay in a year's supply curiug this sale, and to
make it a Holiday advertisement we will give to
every pure aser ot a pair cf sho s a beautiful boet
let of the Presidents of the United States.
FAMOUS SHOE STORE,
108 W. 3d near Brady Davenport, Iowa
Gr. L. WTTNES & CO.
To save from
$7.00 to $.00
On an Overcoat
M. & K.
For your Boy
Ot those suits
M. & K. have placed
On sale at
Silk Plush Caps,
Can please you.