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THE AKGUS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1894.
On Tap every whereA
Only Union labor employed.
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success
ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, I.
Huber's City Brewery and Raible & 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 vio
Hne avenue by Telephone.
Call for Rock Island
Brewing Co Beer.
AT BIGHT 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.
See our Fall
And Winter Suits.
With a Brilliant
COL. AND MBS. CURTIS ENTERTAIN.
The Harper the Scene of a Fine Re
ception and Dani-knc Party The t:uet
ol Honor Those Who Attended Some
of the Gowns Worn.
The tri-city society season was au
spiciously and brilliantly opened ly
a reception and dancing party given
at the Harper last evening by Col.
and Mrs. Henry Curtis, the gin-st of
honor being- Miss Mary Dandy, the
beautiful daughter of Cen.ti. 15. Dandy
Ouiaha, and who is visiting Miss
GEORGE WILLIAMS DEAD.
lopcCiirlis the receiving party beiug
composed: il Col. ana Mrs. urtis.
Miss Dandy. Miss Curtis and Messrs.
Louis Ostium and Waller Corker, of
The parlors, ordinary and dining
hull of the hotel were gorgeously il
luminated, the simple grandeur of
the affair impressing ail. The
guests were received in the parlors.
while in the ordinary refreshments
were served, and the dining hall was
devoted to dancinc. The table dec
orations were of pink with La
France roses, and the cuisine was
a most delightful feature. Schil
lingcr's com pletc orchestra furnished
music, and the scene in the ball
room was iinsnrpassahle in its su
The fluent .
A list is those in attendance
M"-ir. and Mt'gihitiM'H
CLOSED UP BY COLD.
.1 K Predion,
Dr V C 'aru-r,
T K Davis,
J It Kim hall,
W A Tliompann.
C A llarnara.
A W Jlc'jMidlci-s,
A F Vinton,
J F Kobimon,
Dr Q L E;eter,
.1 S Wtlic,
J W Goo.
U 1 swet'ni'j.
M (' HoflmnTi,
r 8 (io .M-r,
A C Uart.
it rami noi i.
lump Ir' on,
O A RorH.
K U Ryan.
W ii Marshall.
W D Wiman.
K H iuyer.
W M Martin,
E G Praxer,
M M Brit'tre,
W O Wansworth,
J W Potter.
C (' 'i ruedulp,
C R Chamherlin,
4'harles J Von Maur,
W W Kieton,
larv II VdHvirth.
K W Hurst,
Hurt ha ;iip,
iracc Fry singer,
Julia It van,
Fannie Fraud h,
it o ffntier,
lr 4 1 t'oni fryu,
It a) Decker,
F 1. Doit e.
Kev K V Hweet.
St'Mom have so many cxnti
lovujy fjowns been
society occasion, some of the more
notable of which are jriven:
Mir Henry Cnrti, h'ack ;atifi and point luce,
Miss Cnrtitt, p nfc Cordrtii gnu. over mufti.
MiM Dandy, white broca.W'd pat in.
Minn Frytinffer. pair trreen Kilin.
Mips Sue Denkmnnn. whie satin chiffon,
Wins H-anrtimr. yellow silk.
Mm. Winiati, I'.larb laco with cat in.
Miss rady, wb tc brocaded itk.
Mis KiiM-r, pliik sarin and pair.
M rs. roller, ivorv en tin and ptsnrte.
Mitrnret Dart, pale hhte striped silk,
.MiWarv Dart, white nil.
Mrs. diaries A. Bamar l. heliotroi-e brocaded
Copp. pale nine crepe.
Mrs. t:. C. t'artcr. pink nilk. with dlamotula.
Mm. M. H Wadeworiti. pink branded satin and
Mr. K. w . I!iint. bine silk and black lnre
Mr- V. 11. Deer;, brocaded eat in and dia
Mrs. Phil Mitchell, violet brocaded and lace.
Mile. Vincent, black lace.
M its Charlotte Hufonl, black satin and Inre
Miae Lucia Coot el ly, white satin and chiffon.
Mrs Fran Mizvr. pale blue satin.
.Mr. J. K. K'cnball, brokaded satin.
Mrs. E. H.4ner. black satin.
Mrs. E. U. Frazur, striped silk, bine crepe cor-
Mrs. w. T. Call, black l ice and jet.
Mrs. G. L. EyHter. eliowand wlitte chiffon
Mii-s I'ablu, Tcllow crystal fllk.
Mr. Henry Vollmer, ivory brocade.
Miss Lncia Blaekcnxie. klack ganc,
Miss Decker, pale nine silk.
Mias Francis. Dink irau.e.
Mrn. Marv Blackhnro. blue silk and bi k )ac.
Mr. W, A. Thompson, pale blue aatiu and
Our purpose in advertising is to let everybody
who buys clothing that is all mankind here
about know that our suitings are inf and the
finest ever disolaved in the citv. You are
respectfully invited to call and see the latest
in patterns and styles.
Call and leave your order.
Star Block, opposite Harper house.
LATEST NOVELTIES IN
CAM BE I CM AT
The New Merchant Tailor.
1822 8BCOVD AYE
l.ily f rtua,
Ma-y Datiilv, Omaha.
K A Kic,
W ill Uvalor,
V i kiiniey,
I S Wli.ie.
W P i- ler.
Bon Hall. .
Maj Alex Mackec.ie,
A H IliiKM-ll.
Waller Corker, ChicaRO.
worn on a tri-citv
Snccomb. to Typhoid Ferar TkU Mormlnr,
After a Prolan fed Itlnr.v
Corjr W illinms dieif at his Itnnio
on First avenue, ln-twoon Twcnty-lirt-t
and Twcnty-fcecond streets, at 8
o'clock this ni'roin;, after a four
weeks' illness with typhoid fever.
He was 3? years, 3 months and 23
days of ape, and is survived by his
wife aud 3-ycar old daughter. Mr.
Williams was well known in railroad
eircles, being employed by the C., R.
I. & 1. in the capacity of passenger
lireman. The fnneral will ooenr
from the residence of ilcceasoil's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Williams,
132' First avenue, Sunday afternoon
at o'clock, and will le in charge of
Noble lodge, A. O. U. .
FuMi-al or Willie A I Ik in.
The fnneral of William 1. Allam
was held at 10 o'clock this niorniiij
from the bereaved home, 19S Fourth
avenue, ltev. F. W. Merrell, of the
First M. F church, eomluctinj the
services. A (juarlct eomposcl of
Mrs. Crandall. Miss tiertie Wilcox, J.
F. Robinson and A. Khmer, rendered
appropriate hymns. The floral trib
utes were many and beautiful, includ
ing an anchor from the Boys' Bri
gade, of which deceased was a mem
ber, and a broken wheel from school
mates. The Bovs' Brigade attended
a body, the pall bearers being:
dward IjcCIairc, I rank Means. Wal-
r Weckel, Holmes Frey, John Iey-
i ami tvcilli Collins.
Conductor Kd. Teller, or the '., 11.
Q., died at his home in Sterling at
o'clock last evening, aged 4 years,
wife and child are left to mourn
is loss. Mr. idler lial loii i-en a
nlTcrcr of consumption, lieing eom-
elled on account or uis railing con
ition to resign his run between
Sterling and Denrock last Octoler,
which had Iteen assigned him on his
wn rennest for lighter duties. ITn-
il a vcar n"o he ran between Hock
land and St. Louis. Mr. Teller
was an employe ot the t;.. 15. & u.
for 15 Tears, and formerly resided
n this citv, where the remains will
e broujrht for interment.
At her home on Ninth avenue ami
Twenty-second street yesterday af
ternoon, occurred the death of Mrs.
John Ilriscoll. aged 0 years. She is
urvived !y her husband. The fu
neral was held from M. Joseph s
hurch at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
lender m Clon.l.
William Brice Jordan, son of th
late William Jordan, of Kura) town
ship, has lteen elosed out by the
sheriff at Clinton, where lie was run
ing a music store. The Chicago Cot
tage Organ company is now in pos.
session of bis stock, lie lias neon i
Clinton for four years, having moved
there from Atlantic, Iowa, and d
business on a large scale. He has
departed for parts unknown, his wife
and hve children remaining in Clin
ton. He also leaves a tine brick res-
idenee worth $0,000 partially fin
ished. His liabilities are estimated
at several thousand dollars, and hi
departure from the citv has led to
great deal of talk. Mr. Jordan has
been a prominent Sunday school and
church worker, but of late years
seems to have lost the effects of an
exemplary home training, so far as
money matters are concerned. Tw
widowed sisters in Orion arc anion
his financial victims, and others
with whom he has dealt are some
what wiser than they were before
The Modern Mother
has found that her little ones are iiu
proved more by the pleasant laxative,
Syrup of Fl9, when in need of the
laxative effect of a gentle remed
than by any other, and that it
more acceptable' to them. Children
cniov it and it benefits them. The
true remedy, Svrnp of Figs, is man
The DrcllaiBK Tperfr
It was the coldest nM .f f he sea
son, the tcmor.it ure registering .V
below zero, and while it has been
sufficiently cold for a realization that
winter is here on business this time,
today, yet th atmosphere has not
been as severe as it was yesterday.
Cloeed l Ike Hirer.
The weather last night was sufii
cient to close the river, the ferry
Augnsfa getting away yesterday and
landing safely in her winter harbor
just in time. The little boat that
has lieen plying lie! ween Uo k Isl
and and DavcniNirl the past season is
not the weather faring craft that the
ma jest ie J. W . Sjcnccr was, and it is
not safe to leave her out after night
when there is danger of anything
hapix'niiig. Hence it was that Capl
Cameron took the situation by the
foretnp yesterday, and sought refuge
from the breakers.
Last year the ferry Spencer went
into harbor Nov. 23. but returned on
the 27th. and on the S'Hh she went
down again. In the latter part of
December she again put in an ap
pearance, the weather having mod
erated considerably, but a sudden
cold snap drove her to the slough lie
low the viaduct bridge, where she
remained the greater part of the sea
son. In the spring be was with
drawn ami soli, and the Anguta
has been doing duly since.
DAVENPORT'S CITY HALL.
Sale of the
& ROSE STOCK
Which was sold at Auction
at Chicago on December 6,
now going on.
hriatlan Charrb l:nteruKinmeut t aat
t'.venlne;- Other r'nttlvHies.
The Christmas entertainment giv
en tiv the Sunday school of the
Christian church at Armory hall
last evening was well attended, and
proved an enjoyable a.; well as uospi-
rible. occasion. A wise precaution,
ndeed. was in selecting the hall.
w liich contained a crowd that could
not have been accommoilated at the
hurch. The decorations were nu
merous, tasty and well arranged. A I
lelightful program was earned out
by the children in a very creditable,
manner, and included solo and quar
tet sinrinr, recitations and itslru-
nicntal duets. At the close of the
exercises the children were visiter
by old Santa, who presented them
with many good things. L. K. West
and M. A. Patterson, choirmaster and
leader of the Sunday school class
respectively, were remembered by
heir departments, the Former reced
ing a handsome ebony, ivory and gold
mounted baton, while Mr. Patterson
was presented with a copy 01 m-n
Hur" by the teachers and ofliccrs of
the Sunday school. The gentlemen
were completely surprised at the re
ception of such valuable gifts.
La.-t evening the Sundav school of
Trinity church held its Christmas
festivities, which consisted of even
song and response by the children,
at the conclusion of which a beauti
ful tree was stripped of its goodies
which were distributed among the
The Christmas entertainment of tbe
United Presbyterian Sunday school
was given last evening. Tbe pro
gram prepared by II. 1. Blakcmore
was decidedly interesting and amus
ing. First there was a recitation.
Merry Christmas," bv 1 1 little girls.
each one of whom insisted that
Christmas, the happiest feast of
the years, must be characterized by
big dinners and goodies, as well as
presents. Hippity Hop by 10 little
girls in airy costumes, and The
Doll's Lullaby," also by 10 little
girls and their dolls, was a great hit.
Miss L.i..ie jlalcl rendered very
nicely a recitation. The Happiest
Christmas. Master James Hudson
sang a pretty little song, entitled
Santa Claus. A dialogue full of
amusement was well rendered, the
different scenes of which were the
story of Christmas; is there a Santa
Clans? The night before Christmas
the visit of Santa Claus, and Christ
mas morning, during which his saint-
ship appeared through the lire place
with a sackfull of toys, and pro
ceeded to fill a line of stockings sus
pended from the mantle shelf. He
also brought with him a plentiful
supply of candies for the good bovs
and girls of the school.
We keep Parks' Cough Svrup and
we tell everyone it is the liest cough
cure we sell. K very body likes it and
we sell it on a guarantee. Try it for
your cold. Sold by Hartz & UUc'
J he "llocK island Koulc oners
lowest rates and best routes and train
service to California, Florida or Mex
KklM Opeued A trdy limit lileod
The bids were opened at the
lavenport city council chamber yes'
tenia v afternoon for the new city
hall which is to be elected in that
city earlv in the spring. The bids as
opened bv Commissioner of Public
orks I .(iv n I on showed the lowest to
be that of the Morrison Contracting
aud Manufacturing company, of
Pueblo. Col., which is as follows:
No. 1. 7 1,350; No. 2, $G3.3G; Bed
ford, i;.".69.: Cleveland, $G5,S'.n;
Kasota, $t",0 M; Porfagtf red stone,
$70,300. The next lowest is the bid
of Kelly & Mahan, of Davenport.
No. 1. :77.50J: No.- , f,9,23; Bed
ford, $70.sks; Berca. 71,9i: Ana.
mosa. $73,376; brick with Bedford
t;r,,7'.7; with Berca. $GS.s7.
Knrh laland ltldler.
The Kock Island contractors bid
ding on the work were:
Collins Brothers Plan No. 1, so.
OOo: No. 2. $72,500; exterior walls of
Bedford stone. $73,600: Cleveland
saml stone, $74,501); Anamosa stone.
John Volk & Co No. 1. $7!.7i:
No. 2, 71.70: Bedford. $73.KMI
Cleveland. 75, 1'l'i; Anamosa. f75.'
HJ. No. 2, brick with Bedford
stone;. ftiS,!KtO: with Berea. 7n.Cit0.
The contract is to le awarded at
o'clock this afternoon, so that while
Bock Island conntv is building anew
Don't Miss It.
Simon & Mosenfelder's
Rock Island House Corner.
ourt house and the government a
postollice building in Bock Island.
iHivenport will be going on with a
city hall and the year followins
Bock Island will be ready for a city
A f u-mooe Tram.
Flit Hartwell in her last syndicate
article says: "I don't recommend
anv special brand of tea for afternoon
o'clock s. I do, however, know all
about the liest tea to lake at niirht.
Parks' Tea will certainly clear vour
complexion and purify your blood.
lou w-.ll l surprised at the improve.
liicnl it you take a cup of l arks !
each night. Sold by Hartz. A: I'lle-
Widths A to E.
The regular annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Kock Island
Brewing company will lie held Sat
urday. Jan. 5. al3 o'clock, to tdect
seven directors for the ensuing year.
at the Rock Island Brewing com
Waterproof collars and cuffs that will
not wilt, are not effected by moisture
and look just like linen are all the
fashion now. They are made by cov
ering a linen collar or cuff with "cel
luloid " and are the only waterproof
goods made with an interlining, con
sequently the only ones that will stand
wear and give perfect satisfaction. Try
them and yon will never regret it. Al
ways neat, and easily cleaned. When
soiled simply wipe off with a wet cloth
or sponge. Every piece of the genu
ine is stamped as follows :
Ask for those so marked and refuse any
imitations, as they cannot possibly
please yon. If your dealer docs not
keep them, we will send a sample di
rect on receipt of price. Collars 25c.
each. Cuffs 50c pair. State sie and
whether stand-up or turned -do a a col
lar is wanted.
TEE CFMITICZ) CCPAlfT,
162) Second Ave.. Under Rock Island House.
JHAPPY HEW YEAR
Is the greet io we extend, for the first time
to the public. We thank yoo one and alt
for the liberal patronage liestowed upon as,
and bope we may ever retain your bighett
conti ienee by giving yoa reliable tnrrcfaaa
dise at the lowest prices, and always stand
ing right ly what we say.
Our Line of
Clothing and Furnishings
Is composed of tlie tx st and most reliable
goods the market affords, which we won Id
lie glad to show to an j who bare not jet
called upon as. Hoping to Im favored with
your presence at some future time, we re
main. The Public Servants,
Sommers & LaVelle
1804 Second Avenue.
ufactured by the California Fig Syr
ico. Call at C, K. I. & P. ticket
up company, only.
office for full information.