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THE AKGUS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 5. 1895.
Oh Tap everywhere.
Only Union labor employed.
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success
ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, !.
Huber's City Brewery and Raiblc & Stengel's
Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's
Bottling Works, has one of the most complete
Brewing establishments including Bottling de
partment in the country. The product is the
very best. Beer is bottled at the brewery and
delivered to any part of the tri-cities, and may
be ordered direct from the head offices on Mo
line avenue by Telephone.
Call for Rock Island
Brewing Co. Beer.
You Can Make
No more useful or acceptable
present to anyone than a good
Mackintosh. We have a large
Stock of La ies. Misses, Gentle
men's anl Boys. Styles, Qualities
and Prices will surely please
you, and now is the time to
make your selection.
Our Hot Water Bottles
Are the Best Made.
Remember vour horse and buy
him a gooil Rubber Cover. It
will pay you.
Everything in Rublicr at the
Rubber Store, pl5one
WILSON HAIGHT & CO.
207 Brady street, Davenport.
AT RIGHT PRICES.
Eighteenth Street and Second Avenue.
Your Pictures Framed
Now is the time to have your pictures
framed. Beautiful mouldings just in and
going at the very lowest figures.
Adams Wall Paper Company,
310, 312 and 314 Twentieth street
Biggest Store. Biggest stock in the three cities
The Fashionable Merchant Tailor
Has the most replete line of new patterns in imported
and domestic suitings in the city.
1707 SECOID AVECUE.
THE FINAL TRIP.
The Court House Committee's
SEVERAL IOWA CITIES VISITED.
Branding l"p at Aledo Today-Clerk Gass-
ble and Supervisor Maxwell Betnra
Stone Carters Eater Their Protest
Against the ravors Brlaj Sbowa t.
Circuit Clerk Gamble end Super
visor Maxwell, who accompanied the
court house building committee on
its Iowa trip, reached home last
evening, the others being at Aledo
today, where they are inspecting
Mercer county's new building, just
thrown open to the public. In Iowa
the committee visited handsome
court houses at Ottumwa and Red
oak, both of which had a tendency to
strengthen in the former convictions
that Kock Island county should have
a stone faced, lire proof structure.
with basement. The entire commit
tee is expected home tonight.
wncn it win be ready to com
plete its report and then call
a special meeting of the
board of supervisors to receive it.
Geneva Court Horn the Pattern.
From the best that can be learned
the Geneva court house, located in
Kane county, between Aurora and
Klgin. will be the pattern on which
the committee will base its adver
tisement for bidbers, although archi
tects will be invited to furnish plans,
and these will include a fountain in
the center of the building and direct,
lv under the dome with balconies
running around the same en each
When the building committee meets
again, the bond committee will also
assemble and both will endeavor to
complete their plans to the end that
there may be as little delay as possi
ble in pusning tne project tnis win
ter, and getting all things in readi
ness to begin active operations early
in the spring.
Stone Cnttera Act loon Mr. Collins.
The local branch of the journey
men Stonecutters' association of
North America at its meeting Thurs
day evening adopted resolutions sim
ilar to those of the Machinists' union,
whioh protest most vigorously
against the course being pursued
by the building committor in
showing every possible favor to
Chairman S. J. Collins, of the
republican county committee.
The stone cutters endorsed the ac
tion of the mass meeting and adopt
ed resolutions similar to those of
the Machinists' union:
'Journeymen Stone Cutter's Asso
ciation of North America protests
against Mr. Collin, or anyone else
opposed to union lalor, receiving the
appointment of architect or super
intendent of construction of the
court house; and
Resolved, That the members of
he lical branch of the Stonecutters'
union have pledged themselves not
to support any supervisor that ap
proves of him. or any other one op
posed to organized labor."
A NEW BUSINESS BLOCK.
One to Go t'p on Twentieth Street Early la
The consummation of the sale of
the Knox property on Twentieth
street and Fourth avenue, to II. B.
Sudlow, which was alluded to
Thursday evening, will involve the
erection of another handsome new
business block. The consideration is
$5,737.50, the ground having a front
age of 76 feet on Twentieth street,
by 78 feet on Fourth avenue, and all
that remains to be done now is the
examination of the abstract.
A Nice Block.
Mr. Sudlow stated yesterday that
while he was not prepared as yet to
give out his plans, he would not per
mit the property to lay idle. This
sustains the belief that he will erect
a handsome 2-story business block
for stores and oflices and flats, on
one of the best locations in the city.
It may be also stated that in addi
tion to the new business firms, al
luded to yesterday, there is to be
another wholesale house added to
Rock Island's list, and that will oc
cupy tho remodeled building owned
by E. II. Guycr at Second avenue
and Twentieth street.
Kx-ShcritT C. I. Gordon and ex
Circuit Clerk F H. Bowman are soon
to embark in the wholesale stone
ware and real estate business, and
are having the Barnbart building at
1609 Third avenue suitably remod
eled. This will be another "valuable
acquisition to Rock island business
Like the rerroate Warted
From beds of flowers is the breath
that has lccn rendered agreeably
odorous with Sozodont, which com
municates to the teeth a marble
whiteness, and to the gums a roseate
tint. Use it. and beautify your
Light snows today and Sundar,
warmer; colder Sunday night: east
erly winds, becoming westerly by
Sunday afternoon. Today's tem
perature, SO. t
F. J. WaLZ. Obstvey.
Rudy's Pile Suppository is guaran
teed to cure piles and constipation
or money refunded. Fifty cents per
box. Send stamp for circular knd
free sample to Martin Rudy. Laacas
ter. Pa. For sale by T. H-" Thotnaa
and Harts & Bahnsen, dntgHgts,
A Street Car Incident and Other tteeslp
Why is it that yon conductors
never help that young lady on or off
the car?" asked a business man, who
is a regular every day passenger to
and from the upper end of the city,
of one of the fare collectors on the
bine line the other day. The lady hav
ing just alighted from the car unaided
as he had noticed her do several
times previously, the man became
curious and concluded to ask the
reason. "She won't have it." an
swered the conductor laughinglv, as
he gave the motorman the- go-ahead
signal. "None of ns ever help her
on or off the car, not on account of a
desire to shirk our duty, but simply
acting in accordance with her wishes.
I don't suppose there is a man on
the line who has not been called down
for attempting to assist her, at least
I have, for one. She told . me
that my services were not needed
in helping her board or alight fro
the car. That was enough; I bey
her. I only wish the rest of the wi
men were that way. It would effort
much relief for ns." Here the mac
left the cr, remarking that he wonld
wages on the scarcity of another such
The young lady in question is a
stenographer in a Second avenue
business house, resides uptown, and
is a daily street car passenger.
There's Han j m alls).
"Yes, he has returned, and I guess
they have quit for good," said a
young gentleman the other evening,
referring to the abandoned marriage
of a Rock Island lady and a young
man formerly of this city, which
would have been celebrated the firr
part of January, but for bis bret'
ing one of the rules under the strU
observance of which she had prr-
iseu to become nis wne. "D
had been named," be con
'and evcrvtbing was in r.
for the culmination of
event. But he fell back 1
tracks, which he had pro
faithfull v never to retrace.
arrived in the city, instead of 6.
on her, as per arrangement,-
started in on a
and forgetting '
protestations and v
other fellow(?) to a
ening to a realizs -soon
to happen, h
promised visit to his
next morning, and immeoh.
ceeded to the home of his loveu
She had heard of his maneuvers ov
the preceding day. which of course
caused her much grief. Instead of
being received with open arms, as he
had anticipated, a chilly and brief
greeting was his. His call was not
responded to by, the young lady.
The father met him at the do-T. and
in words which pierced the poor fel
low's heart, told him to leave for
ever, and consider himself a stranger
in the future, as far as members of
his family' "were concerned. The
young lady would not see him Of
course he knew why. I tell yon he
felt pretty badly over it, loo. Think
ing probably that she would relent,
he visited her house again, and en
deavored to explain the circum
stances, but it was no go. She had
kept her word, but he had broken
his, in ignoring her most particular
An Able Recent Address by J. K. Scott, of
An able address on "Religious In
tolerance" was delivered by John K.
Scott, son of Engineer Scott of this
city, before the lycenm of the senior
class of the State University of Iowa,
at Iowa City, recently. Mr. Scott
"There are two things that I al
ways deem every man honest in un.
til I know to the contrary, and they
are religion and politics, and such
confidence and the attendant respect
that is dne his professions whatever
they may be, I believe every honest
man deserves, and has a right to ex
tract from his fellows. It is said
that history repeats itself; and never
more true was that than might be
said in connection with some of the
pertinent questions of the present
day. There ii one of those old relics
of barbarism, fraught with the same
" ite and blindness, that I desire
.de to in a brief way tonight. ;
tare a great nation; we have
ed the New World and estab.
I the bound of one empire,
wo oceans may
Hers, ana wn
tter the last
om the HSol
of the f
t with r
is lost in.U.
because be v
hopes and I
cy in a way
tion deems wr
teaching it all
spirit of tol.
from every r
writ, in this 1
pire; a r
Pillsbury's Rest XXXX Hoar..
Shields1 "Best" flour
Corn meal, per sack
Graham, per sack .,
Rye meal, per sack SSoj
itye nour, per sack soa
Three Crown raisins, 6 lbs for. 25c
Six quarts of Scotch peas 85c
zo lbs granulated sugar 91
21 lbs California prunes $1
Best crackers, per pound Sic
urcen gages, ic s cans lor..
Corn and tomatoes, per can . .
.-Mincemeat, .package or pound
Parlor matches, per box....
Olives, per quart t7c
sweet cider, per gallon 19c
Sauer kraut, per gallon.. ... .. 19c
wmon or vanilla extract, per .
Quart jar jelly e
Oil sardines, per can 'H4e
3 Edward Stauback te Arthur
Stauback. lot 12. block S, Thompson
A Wells' add.. Rock Island, S1.2U0.
C. A. Buncber to Henry Bosse, part
lot 2, J. M. Bcardsley's subdiv. Rock
Kezzie M. White to Josiah Hamil
ton, part assessor's lot 2. S3. 18. lw.
"LoUinNcw York." a spectacn.
lar ir:jma oi metropolitan me, was
presented at Harper's theatre last
e vetting. Tho production gave
splfrbdid satisfaction, the scenic ef-
leets being particularly nne.
John L. Sullivan and company ar
rived in tne city tins aiternoon, aud
the company w'ill present "A True
American" at Harper's theatre to
night. Sullivan savs the report of
h s caper at Paris, 111-, was greatly
exaggerated. ' .
Manager Montrose has three at
tractions at Harper's theatre for aext
week, the female minstrels Tuesday
night. Morrison Faust" Thursday
evening, and the Barns-Carroll
wrestling match Friday evening.
coughing around. You can stop it
if you want to by u?ing Parks' Cough
Srrnn. Tf it llAAcn't f M p. in wan
can get your money back. Sold by
1 9 - C T-l t .
of that o!
rising f '
ory of t
have : t
ia the baW.
anything in oat
ization that is in a
spirit Is it not ex
stitutlons, to onr k'
speech and actio
detri menial for r
to be drawn into f
litical life? And '
fraught, with t
that I hope w1
care not what
the man vf
bis fellow pr
cally, is r
but bow f
e of the
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