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THE ARGUS, THUKSDAY, DEC EMBE K 10, 1891.
KNIGHTS ANii LADIES.
Paul Lodge Entertains
Friends Last Evening.
.V I'leanant Ko lal Affair at the Pyth-
ima l le Hall-Who Wr
n-rifi''1 1 211,1 results wnco
.'.!,;r t. the taste, and acta
I- .? clonuses me sys-
r vi'!v, ui.-jvu coius, neaa
fvor.s an.l euros habitual
':! n. ynip 'f Figs is the
St. Paul Lodge K. of P. entertained its
friends at its Castle hall in Skinner block
last night. A large number res aondfd
to the invitations sent out, and tae hall
was well filled with a haDnv timno
Music and dancing was the order of tho
evening. A sumptuous repatt was
served at midnight, and the evening was
one of unalloyed pleasure to all.
The following is a list of those present:
Mewrf flnd MotdanH-s
I in ct
f,t its kiiKi ever pro-
;,'.;t;rj t tlie taste and ac
, t;. Mrr.wh, prompt in
: in;!- licnefifial in its
:,;ir, ;l only from the mos-t
,1 :!r i .iMi Fi;lstauces, its
;,-i,t (jiialitios commend it
!,av nia.Ie it tho most
8 H Writhe
' J 1.KUK
S T Bowlhy
TV A Khmilt
K I Levei-n
V O Younir
I H Ltidika
F C H"im-nw:i
William A Stewart
I I Burgh
.! AU' M. nteo ncry
Wt K inbo
Wi Nam limvos
kuilo'ph Lilian n
Capt. U I. Shor',
sale in 50c
I'V all lending dnicr-
Vi'ie druggist who
r.n Laad will pro-
it Tnimit'v ir any one who
trv i !'- nut accept any
J.'.i ic'O. CAL.
A ili um Hartz
Willimn .lot ii'oa
Jon ih Scheror
F M Havrrftiik
i Imrlt?! Loni:, Jr
tit rlte Wilcox
l.eila P Stli-i ilt
1. ..io Detlcfou
KUa l olenivre
llalde Trtnmi u
William CrnbangU Harry ll:itli
Keln'cca C'oleim re
n J 1'ri. k ,
K M Cook
tJoorge BabcCH k
.1 A 4ieniin
William Mi-Fa lim
Mt-yT l.oi b
Lhrle: W rb-i .r
Louis C'levvlai d
Fro. u BUdel
Ann lia feline der
t loreuc Oew ild
The KnHMian Malady 1 Hiih n and
There are Knmereua Canrs r It la
Ihe Til Cules.
"There are any number ot cases of the
influenza, or what is more generally
known as the grip, in Rock Tslmd now,"
said a physician last evening, "and it is
surprising how broad the scope of the
disease is in the curubtr of people affecS
ed. Not only are there a number of older
people suffering, but many little children
are down with this catarrhal trouble.
Then there are those who had the disease
a yesr and two years ago and are under
going a recurrence of it no less severe in
its intensity than the original attack.
"I was told by a Davenport physician
today that the same is true in that city as
to the prevalence of this disease which
his been severe with so many of our
people. Among children contagious
diseases are not so prevalent as is usually
the esse at this season ot the year. There
are very f.w cases of such diseases as
diphtheria, scarlet fever, measles, etc.,
although as a matter of course there may
be some Bat the grip is with us, as bad
in some instances as tver, and if I may
be permitted to pun on eo grave a matter,
the ailment is not to be 's act zed at', in
its mililest form."
Frcm $4. CO to $17.00.
les of eelti
17t".? Second Avenue.
J. E. REIDY,
Known It All.
The Monmouth Atlas setms to furnish
roost of the congressional information
which the Union of this city receives.
True, the Union did, some lime since,
come out and frankly announce ;hat Rock
li-land county would present no candidate
to the next republican congress on al con
vention. It has again rilipsei into a
dignified silence, however, on tie subject
other than printing cccasional squibs from
the Monmouth paper, which, by the
way are far from reflecting anything
. aii 6tVJes CI Beltings ana at like tbe exact situmon. iheAtlasman
hag discovered that for some inexplica-
b'e reason, the usual grist of ambitious
republican statesmen ia this district have
not announced themselves as bsing will
ing to serve the party if called upon to
do so. It says:
The congressional situation ia tbi dist
inct is peculiar. The Hon. C. II. Deere
says that he will not accept a nomination
Hon. C V . Chandler declares that he is
not in the race. Capt. Turnbull, Sena
tor Berry, Judge Connell and tbe several
other gentlemen who have been men
tioned in connection with congressional
honors are not button-holing the dear
voters. Are all these voten afraid to
run against Ben T. Cable? .Mot by any
means. They are not the sort of men
that may be classed among cowards. But
they are diametrically oppt sert to tbe
democratic policy that a man must stoop
down and kiss the dust in ordt r to secure
Ah, indeed! Since when did these
would-be republican statesmen develop
such an astonishing amount tf modesty?
Does tbe Atlas for a moment expect that
it can make tbe voters ot this district be
he ve that any of tee above named gen
tlemen would be at ail delicate about ans
nouncing themselves 89 probable candi
dates, at least, for the republican cons
gressional nomination next year, if they
thought there was tbe lei.st glimmer of
hope of being elec"el? If it dees, it is
badly mistaken. Some of tbe number, we
are positive, would have been skir
mishing among the voters lot g ere this
bad they not been afraid of xperiencing
tbe same fate as a certain Lock Island
gentleman did the last election. From
tbeir exhibition of "modesty" The Argus
judges that the prominent republicans of
tbe district would just ab-iut as soon
knowingly take hold of a r ;d hot poker
as trv to defeat Eon. Ben T. Cable for
reelection in '92.
Ky Nhr I.ovt-n Annthrr.
Mrs. Augusta Btckstrcn ), of Forty fifth
treet, swore out a warrant last evening
charging her husband, Nicholas Bt-ck-
strond with assault and battery, and he
was given Ms bearing before Magistrate
Wivill this afternoon. Mrs. Eeckstond's
story was that her husband came home
from work last night and came cut
to the wood shed where she was
and choked her and then ran her
into a neighbor's house, the latter part of
her story being corroborated by other
witnesses, and he was accordingly fined
$5 and costs by the magistrate. It is the
sime old case with two sides, tbe wife
claiming her husband is insanely jealous,
and that ke has no causa for it, and the
latter claims that she is not all the should
be, so that it is a continual round
of trouble. The man is apparently
driven at times to almost desperation by
either his wife's acts or his imagination
that all is not right, and then again at
times seems sorry for his acts and is per
fectly satisfied wnh his wife. As usual tie
neighbors do tbeir best to help the thing
):. mil manage proprt on commin-
A hr;- i:t f city property always on band
il'f. for thri-t- nrst-clas F!re Insurance
tnaiir' . and ihf American C'anslty
c iLJt luni'y Company, ot Bal
sa Second Avenue, over
HoDpe's Tailor Shop.
bscribe for Stock
In tlm Second series of the
pno Building and Loan Asso-
I -Won, of 1 lock Island.
Asuf-r and better investment
w Octvrnnient Bonds, be-
his the loans are made onlv
Mr. ps'ablished values and it
i.Vs Morn than three times as
pti interest besides the
iou:;t investpd and th nrofits
l-a I- withdrawn at anv time.
lMrn.T. 1 ji i j. a
"""-j luiiueu at jowesi rates.
U. A. DONALDSON, Secretary.
Ko.-ni 3, 4, s and 6 Maaonlc Temple,
awe just returned from the esst
tttre they have purchased a iine of
cf the latest stjles. and inyite
pubiir to call and examine
iv- a ful! lint of Boston Rubbers.
507 TWENTIETH ST
ress and Moving.
' rlr promptly attended to. Char
Mr Set reasonable.
Son?.l J' l Treaaman'a HarMtf
- Here's Happlaeaa ta Them.
Cards have been received by relatives
in Rock Island announcing tbe marriage
at Liberal, Kan., yesterday morning at 10
o'clock of John C. Swiler arid Mir s May
E. Russell. The happy couple are
coming east on their bridtl trip which
is to include a visit to the groom's sister,
Mrs. T. H. Thomas, in Roct. Island, they
being expected here Saturday, and thence
thev bo to Chicago. The groom was
formerly of Rock Island, an J is an in
dustrious and upright young man. He
has been located at Liberal. Kan., for the
past few years, but has recently pur
chased a drug store at Valley Falls where
he will locate after Jan. 1. His many
Rock Island friends will tender their con
gratulations to himself and his accom
Take it Home. Having I sed Salyation
Oil in my Lmily for rheumi.tism I find it
an excellent remedy. Hiram u. uuaiey,
fof Dudley & Carpenter, commission
mnrrhanta. 57 Lieb.t street Baltimore
It leads them ail " is the general reply
of druggists when asked al out the merit
8 Anson Candee to F J Kepplcr, lot 8,
block 4, Candee Grove, South Moline.
C H Deere to E B Atkinson, lot 4, block
B, Moline Water Poer Co's ad, Moline,
Charles Atkinson by executor, to J C H
Read. Paul A Keller and J E Walker. n
nwj 9. 17, lw. and lot 1, 8, 17, lw.
Woodland sub div. $6 COO.
J C H Read to G H Sohrbeck. lot 11.
block 8, 33. 18. lw, Healy's sub div, South
Harry German to MBry J Flint, lot 44,
32. 18. lw, Assessor's plat of 6t. and lots
1 and 2, Stevens' second ad, Moline, $90.
George F Roth, trustee, to Henrv Frel
son and George W Weaver, sw l swl 1. 17.
Henry Freest to George W Weaver,
ej swl swl 1, 17, lw. ft.
Dec. 7 Estate of John Hiosbergr.
Proof notice to creditors filed and ap
proved. Inventory, appraisement bill
and widow's award filed and approved.
Widow's relinguisbratnt and selrctiou
filed and approved and order turning
over proper. y selected to widow.
Guardianship of Grace Sides. Proof
of posting and service of notica on minor
filed. Hearing nn petition.
Estate of Michael Reinhart. Christian
Scha'z appointed administrator with the
will annf xed under bond of $200.
Estate of B lthHsir No'd. Proof of
notice to creditors filed . Iaventory ap
praisement liill and widow's award filed
and approved. Widow's relinquishment
and selection riled and approved and
order turning over property selected to
Estate of M-ibala Sex'on. Invcntorv
filed ami approved. Norice to creditors
fi ed and approved. Cliim of Jacob
Hoke in fifth class and D Z mmerman ia
seventh clues allowed.
Estate of Jennie Gibbs. Inventory
filed and anpri.vd.
9 Estate of Joseph A. Cox. Hearing
on petition c miinued to Monday. Dec.
21. at 10 a. m.
Estate of Michael Reinhart. Bond filed
and approved and letters of administra
tion with will annexed issued to Christian
Cokdova, Dec. 8. William Reynolds
who has has been quite sick with tl
rheumatism, is able to be out again .
George Newton and wife, of Moline,
are visiting A. S. Haynes and family.
Spoor and S .ocum have about all they
can do with two straw and hsy bailers at
Pratt Deyoe, of Moline, formerly of
Cordoya, was seen upon our streets on
Our depot presents the appearance of
a busy mart these days of large shipments
of grain, coal, etc.
II. C. Fuller, tbe village gardener, sup
plies the trade here with a fine quality of
celery raised by himself.
Our public schools is about full of pu
pils, each teacher having about all tbe
scholars that can be taken care of.
We understand a fight according to
rules a creed upon on the grounds was
tbe result of a long feeling of enmity be
twecn two of our young men in tbe coun
try a few days ago.
The democrats were unanimous in their
desire to see Springer chosen as speaker,
but have no fault to find with Congress
man Cable for leaving him vthen to his
mind it seemed proper.
We regret to announce as per recort,
tbe failure of J J. Johnson & Co. It is
tbe wish of all that it will be only tem
porarv. as a crcat many men are em
ployed by them here.
Riverside lodge 149. Kelt', are
talking of having a grand bill at Mir-
shall's ball on or about Jan. 5, a good
time is promised, as tbe best of order
will be maintained.
Joe Walker and Joe Moss, of Prince
ton, who employ their timi in tbe win
ter ferrjing and transporting passengers
and merchandise across the river, lost
about S100 worth of goods on last fiBtur-
dav by the breaking up of the ice. The
eoods belonged to different parties
Hillsdale, Dec. it. bleiguing was
of short duration.
F. Taggart expects to make a visit to
relatives at Carlmville soon.
Gaorge Hanson and family are all con
fined to the house with symptoms of la
grippe. G. Sarvis is also indisposed.
Mrs Banker and Miss Allie Shaw went
to Rock Island tonight for a few days.
Alvin Farber has returned with his
family and household effects to reside
M. W. A. meet Saturday evening to
elect officers and make arrangements for
a hall, and dispose of a large quantity of
John Butzer has one corn cno com
pleted acd will soon have another one
ready. Grain is comins in slowly. But
zer pays the highest prices.
MissBtssie Robinson, of Centralia,
Wis , has arrived and will spend a few
visiting with relatives, when she will go
to Port Byron to learn tbe drug business
tinder Dr. Bonter.
When other and good remedies fails to
relieve coughs and colds, Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup will give instant relief. Obvioudy
because it is the best remedy. Pi ice 25
cents a bottle.
Lou lor f at cheap.
Four lots on Seventh avenue near Elan
street for sale. Call at Thomas' drug
Buy Princess tea at May's.
Liquor Irrnlerft' Meeiins.
A special meeting of the Liquor Deal
ers Protective association will he held
Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The state
secretary will be present and desires all
members to be presect as business of ims
portince is to be transacted.
John Oblweiler, Prest.
Henry Geislek, SiVy.
R.icfc Islacd, Dec. 10, 1S91.
A Victory Far Sxlc Island.
Properly adjusted spectacles and glasses
are something that Rock Island has long
been in need of. Prof. H. H'rscbberg,
the well known optican of 6'J9 Olive
street, St. Loui, has appointed T. H
Thomas agent for his celebrated diamond
and non-cbangeable spectacles and eye
glasses, where a complete assortment can
always be found. Prof. H Hirschberg
will remain in lock Island from Dec. 7
until Dec, 12, and all those in need of
properly adjusted spectacles and eye
glasses should avail themselves of this
opportunity. Examination of eyes free
State of Ohio, City of Toledo, (
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is
the senior partner of the firm of F. J
Cheney & Co.. doing business in tbe city
of Toledo, county and stale aforesaid, and
that said firm will pay tbe sum ot one
hundred dollars for each and every case
of catarrh that cannot be cured by the
use of Hall s Catarrh Cure.
Fraxk J. Chksky,
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this 6th day of December,
A. D.. 1886.
( 1 A. W. GLKA90N,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and acts directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Send
for testimonials, free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Props, Toledo, O
Sold by druggists, 75c.
The pleasant flavor, gentle action and
soothing effects of Syrup of Figs, when
in need of a laxative and if the father or
mother be costive or bilious the most
gratifying results follow its use. so that
it is the best family remedy known and
everv family shruld have a boute.
lla jninrd tb II m and now we will all have
a Meiry Chiintr as. The big Holiday stock
has corn ! Tha elesratit presents a:e
on rxbihition. 1 he srrewd buy
ers are getting the first piik
our grand di lay if
Never have such nice pood? been shewn ; cere r
have greater varitliea been offered; never hve
prices b en so if w. Something for everybody and
everbd is pleasei who tees and pnrciiascs
irom our great line or c.oice selections in
Toys, Books and Novelties,
Fancy Goods, Noiions, Etc;
It is lmnosKlhle to tell what we have. Toa mus'
see onrdisidav to appreciate the multitude of ap
propriate presents we offer for one and all, old
Our beunt fnl new stock Is P briibt, clean and
fresh, and consists whcy or the lates'. and mosi
popular dettgns. Our prices make these beaut,
ful eoods irresistible.
There fire to be a Merry Christmas If you
buy your girts from
1717 Second Avenue
Estate of Thomas O'Donn-H. Deceased.
Tbe undersigned having- bet-nappointet dmin
istrator of .the estate of Thomas O'Donnell, late of
tbe coun y of Rock Island, state of Illinois, de
ceased, hereby gives not ce that he will appear be
fore the connty court of Bock Island county, at
the office of the clerk of said court, in the city of
Rock Island, at the February next, at which time
all person having claims against said eatata are
BUI men wiu nifuciKU - viikuu, vi uu iuiruev
of haylnff the same ad insted.
v All peraonstoCebtcd to aatd estate are requested
ta make immediate payment to tn unaers'gnea,
JAHNS & BERTELSEN,
Dated this 1Mb day of December, a. D. 18vl.
J. R. JOliHSTON
Tinware And Hotjsk Furnishing Goods.
1612 SECOND AVENUE,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL
Pelonbets S S lesson notes.
Diaries for 1893.
We cannot tell you what we have.
but come and see.
1703 Second Avenue.
Magic lanterns, all grades.
Air guns, the Chicago, 75c.
The K lsmf.z o, 15c.
Noah's Arks; a new one.
Games of all kinds.
The cheapest place to get toys at
1703 Second Avenue.
GEORGE H. KINGSBURY.
Telephone No. 1216.
A Bine Line in the Newest Styles, the best
Assortment Ever Shown at Lowest Prices.
G. O. nUCKSTAEDT,
1811 and 1813, Second Avenue, EOCK ISLAND.
Do You have Trouble
With Ynur Fpq?
If So, Now's Your Chance.
Prof Hirschberg will remain with T. H.
Thomas, the Druggist, all this week, and
will test the Eyes, and guarantees to
fit the most ditlicult cases free of charge.
DON'T NEGLECT THIS GHANCE
Ladies! Have You Worn
If not, try a pair. Tliey will give you more satisfaction for
your money tban any shce you have ever bought. Qnly one
sole and that of the very BEtT, Outer and inner sole one solid
piece of the best sole leather.
NO RIPPING OFF OF SOLES!
NO SQUEAKING, AND NO BREAKING INI
Just as easy as a Hand Turned, and wear twice as long.
Every pair stamped on the sole. fE8g
Patented and made by CROSBY, HUCKINS "& CO.,
Tapley villa, Mass.
. I-OB BALK BY
1818 Second Avenue.
or sales or Hood s Darsaparuia.