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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY. JANUARY 12, 1892.
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3 Second Avenue, over
Horde's Tailor Shop.
mm for Stock
I" SconJ series of the
" i'liildinrr rind Loan Asso
!'. tf Island.
s:;f-r rurl better investnjent
.:. f:-, vrriii,t Bonds, be
'' - 'f'ans ar made only
'r "-''-'-li!;ed values and ir
"'Ti. ,r- i j.-:n tlr-e limes as
::,--r-it bpsitjes tlie
' ;ivted and the rulits
'ii-trawn at any time.
y ' ' r.::-d at lowest rates.
A liDNAI.DSON, Si'crutary.
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Electioa of Everts'
n:andery K. T.
'or.so)l(tntliii or Ki,r; iHlaod and
Ilrrker l.olge ort)t Urd-r ot
FellutvM The Xtw
Lst evening occurred the nnual elec
tion of officers of Everts' Commandery,
No. 18, Knights TtmpUr, with the fol
E U. J. F Robins jc.
Oi;n. S. J. Keator.
C. G F. C. Dt-nkraann;
Prtl. K F. Sweet.
Treaa. W. T Xlasill.
Kec K C. Wiiltrton.
8. W. iJiivcr O.hcd.
.1. W. D. J. Sears.
Whril G.'orse Mi K.ssick.
S R I.. F Crail.
S. 1 ViI!i.m McConoctiie.
C O George Foster.
Guards Ueorsre F. Rc th, C. F. G.-.et-j
r, A. II Ash. "
M'.-iLoir Board i.t C-icrol John Cru-
Trustees A. II. AMi, .T F. L'tber-kn.-fht,
'.Vi'liitn MoC.ta irhie, M. M.
BriL.r;s f-m. D.J S:nrs.
It ft8 hn important ant in the affairs
of the locil society of Odd Fellows which
wrs performed at I. O. O. F. hall last
evening, II -ck Island loce No. IS and
ilefker lodge 113, jin'ng hinds, and
b-'coiuin ore orgatrz! on. W. L.
Sweeney, past prncsd rei reKentative of
ihesovereign grand lodge ofliciated in the
initreftSng ccrrrony of consolidation
Rt ck Island lodgo had a niembersbip of j
loi, and Hecker lodge hsd on i's roll 2fi
names. I'eder the laws of Odd
Fellowship the lmlg: having
the lowest nusuber ia its title is to retain
the name a'tcr the consolidation. IKnce
the new lodge is namel. Rock Island
lodt;e No. 18, I. O O F. Bat the old
lodged, hiving p-is!ed oit of existence J
practical:?, before thej co j!d be merged,
it became necessary to en'irely organize
the new lodge, and this 'vas done with
th' election of the fi.llowirg of3:tT?:
N. G. George Trei.kecscuh.
V. G Frnk 111.
It. Sen M B. Swpottv.
T- r. Sec. J. M. Tren.a; .
Treas . Freder!rk Lu.io! oh .
leaib of ( rl Ciro fan Thin Mornlnc
Tne bast Moli-ma Kites.
Carl W. Grotjan, eld.-st son of Otto
Gro'jn and wife, died at the home of
his parents on Second avenue and Eighth
street, ni brain fever and the grip at 5:10
o'clock this morniog, aged 20 years, llis
sudden demise was a ftvere acd painful
shock to his fondly and frienda, as he
had only been sick since Friday, and
previous to that day he had to all p
pearanctB been in perfect health. lie
was a young mt n of sjJecdid physique,
alw.iys accustomed to plenty of health
ful exercise, ard always seemirg to take
a special delight in gyrjnnahtic work.
Though too modest to make muh
of a display, he was known to be o:ie of
the best acrobats in this vi
cinity. Undr the direclien of his
fst her he had been pursuing
the study of pharmacy and would in a
short time have completed its study. 1I;
was a bright, acii?e youdg n-.an just en
tering lean's es'ato and had he been
spared would no dor.bt have made his
m ,rk in the world. Of modest demeanor
he b"s always courteous and coi sU'u rate
of those about him, which cuplcd with
h pleasant disposition had made him
hosts of friends wbo will sympathize with
the family in their sid .Miction.
The funeral will occur from the home
of the b; reaved parents at 0 o'clock on
Friday tf lei noon.
This afternoon at 2 o'cioct from the
German Lutheran church on Twentieth
street occurred the funeral of the la e Mrs.
Ge-orgina llellpecstell. Rev. C. A. Men
nicke, the pastor of the c hurc h, officiating.
There was a profusion of beautiful flow
ers from sorrowing friends of the de
ceased, and a large number followed the
remains to their last resting place. The
pail bearers were F. Binnsen, Robert
Koehler, Lothar Harms,. John Sduerman,
VV. A. Bickel and J. B. Hiinilton.
The funeral of the late Thomas Mc -Tuggsrt
was hud from his mother's home
Third avenue, at 2 o'clock this after-,
noon, Rev. J. H. Kerr fliciv.ing. It
was in charge of the I. O. O. F., the pnil
bearers were as follows, beii c from that
ord-.r: C E J.hrson. N. F. Titus. J.J.
Hecker h.dge comPoselnoU of G,-r- I Aiherry, 11. Amison. C. II. !n.ithand F.
nee but a few
L'e was one of
ns h-ol not been in tx:st
. e:.rs, but Rock Island lo
iht p'oacers f llock Il-.n 1.
At Park Commissioner Jackson's re
lest S. Paid L xlge No it'7. K. of P ,
it is appointed a committee to confer with
Mr. Jtekson in n gurd to having a
il 'Ti design cmiematic of the order
i la' eel in Spc nw r fo inrc, n xt spring.
The Knights TcmpUrs are going to have
a beautiful design placed ti ' re also.
I.ocoraot ive l"n (Is.
Bridge Superintendent Cunipbtll, of
the C , R. I. i; P., was ir. the city yes
terday. R ladmast T The mas Ilichey, of the C,
R. I. &, P.. spent the day n the city on
Frank Shannon, who hes been firing
ou'of this city on the C..B .t Q. for some
time past, left last night for Beardstown.
acd in a short time will be civen charge
of an engine running out of that place.
The Chicago, Burlington & Quincy is
receiving its new equipment at the rate
of 40 cars per day. Its g-joeral freight
agent says that ebere is business enough
in sight to keep every wheel turning for a
The Rock Island railroad has succeed
ed, after a six months' fight with the
Burlington ai.d Union Pacif c. in securing
an inside location for its passenger depot
at Lincoln. Gould kept then out of Lin
coln by abrogating the br dge contract
over the Missouri and tlrj Biriington by
denvjicdi.-g a high rental a:.e manipulat
ing local interests . The Rrck Islan 1 has
secured at a cost of $250.1 00, light of
way into the heart of the city, with its
tracks U'twcca it and and tae other de
pots. The Chicago Tribune of Sunday pub
lished a long special from Washington in
which it ia stated that the Rock Island
system has definitely decided to extend
its lines down into Tcias. In order that
the author of this might no! be called a
prevricator he says that the officials will
deny the report, but the deiial will sim
ply be to throw people cS their guard.
The correspondent asser.9 that the
Standard Oil magnates have secured a
big block of Rock Island stock and are
pushing the matter of the Texas exten
The Kraase Clothing Company.
Yesterday articles of incorporation of
the Robert Kraose company were filed
with the county recorder at Davenport,
The capital stock ia placed it $200,000
and the incorporators are Re bert Krause,
Paul Karlowa, J. B. Poiilips, Louise
Krause, Clara L Krause atd Emilie V.
Karlowa. The first efficers will be: Tres
ident, Robert Krause; vice-president,
paul Karlowa; secretary acd treasurer,
J. B. Phillips. The object cf the corpo
ration is the buying and selling of cloth
ing and material, notions, men's furnish
ine goods, etc., and the manufacturing
of and selling of these articles.
Mr. Krause has stood for years at the
head of the clothing businef s in Daven
port, and the new company which is the
outcome of his business pluck, effort
and enterprise, will no doubt do like
The funeral of the E.lward J. JicM.t
hon occurred from St. Joseph's church
at 9 o'clock this morning, Rv. Tbe m-.s
Mac-kia fiiciating. It v.-ns aUeaded by a
large number of the- f.ier.ds f the young
man, and the reni'iius were interred in
St. Joseph's cemetery. The pallbearers
were: Charles Mc II ugh, Frank Keliy, Wil
liam Egan, Thilip Lnch, The mas Mc
Mbhon and Daniel Sullivan.
Andrew Scott pleadrd guilty to the
charge of larceny in the citcoit court yes
terday afternoon, and was sentenced to
two months in the county jail by Judge
Pleasants Frank Warren pleaded
guilty to burglary, snd was sentenced to
15 months in the penitentiary. Lemuel
Hudson plead' d guilty to burglary, but
sentence was deferred. A'l the other
prisoners ia the jiil are arraigned this
Frank Mayoe and Frank Smith, sen
tenced to IS months for burglary, Roger
McGrath and Thomas Kane, sentenced to
IS months for robbery, acd Frank War
ren, under a 15 months' sentence for bur
glary, were all taken to .Toilet today by
Sheriff. C. D. Geirdon, accompanied by
Police Officers Scha-ib and Kramer.
They were all appa'cntly in good spirits
and chatted plei.sat'y at the depot this
morning. Tne efficers ia charge are pre
pared for trouble, as the men told other
pris crs in the j dl that they d da't ever
expect to fee Juliet.
The Colileftt Yet.
List night brought the coldest weather
of the season thus far, the temperature I
dropping as low as 12 below by the gov
ernment signal service, while at various
places in the city the mercury went as
low as 15 and 18 below. T.;e coldest
day previous to this was ia the middle of
November when it was 10 below. The
atmosphere this morning was such, how
ever, tnat the intensity of the .cold was
not felt as much as it has been when it
was not in reality as cold.
Important Trantf :-r.
A warranty deed was filed for record
in the recorder's office this morning by
which Albert Benedict conveys toE. H.
GuytrandJ.M. Buford the ej of the
south 72 acres of the northeast , section
of 17 2 west, which is situated between
Augustana college and Edge wood park.
The consideration is $20,000.
The tract will be split up into lots and
sold to working men for building homes
on the installment plan that is on month
ly payments and no other requirements.
This is bank day the diy prescribed
by law for the election of officers of na
tional banks. At the Rock Island Kas
tional the old officers were re elected,
viz.: T.J. Rohinson, president; J. H.
Wilson, vice-president, and J. F. Robin
son, cashier. At the Peoples', Joseph
Rosenfield was re elected president, and
Carl Hellpenstell, cashier.
A handsome complexion is one of the
greatest charms ft woman can possass
Pozroni's Complexion powder gives it
..." uiuiw inuuHirial Society unit
its UTkia aee.-niber-lntere-tle
The Ladies' Industrial Relief society
report for the month of December shows
donations as follows:
Three pairs of shoes. M. & K ; wood
from Weyerhsuser & Denkmann; cloth
ing. Mrs. Connelly; also a very generous
and acceptable Christmas present of $10 )
from Mrs. Mary Cable. At the time of
closing of the hospital, the society re
ceived from thst institution flu.nel.
blankets Hnd clothing, which, through
miatabp, have not oeen acknwiee'ged
There was given out. in December:
Second ward, ouiit. S-2: i-lotl.intr so
and a half ton of coal. Third ward'
c;oihing, $2 S5 Fourth ward, clothing!
to; and a half ton of coal Fif h ward,
quilr, $ ; rlothin?, $1 Seventh ward,
cloihir.g, oil cents. The ra was giyea out
from That,kgiv:rg donations: Second
ward, one bushel of potato' s. Tiiird
waul, live and a hilf hushelj. Fourth
ward, three bushels. Fiiih ward, ei"t't
The sewing school resumed work last
Saturday afternoon, after the holiday va
cation, with several r.ew teachers added
to its force of workeis.
It whs at first thought best to p.iblith
the name s of members this year in con
nection with w here they reside, but this
method has been found so incor vf-nient
that ! rentier names will be published as
ineypratnroi.il eco month, without
regard to place of residence.
The names of members not already re
ported are as follows: Mesdume's Sid
low, B. T. Cibie, B er holemew, L. 8.
McCabe, Fred Denkmann. T. B. Davis,
Ewing, McFarlane, Foss, Gayer, Gordon,
S nnet, Wiliard Pakcr, E. Mosenfelder,
A. Mosenfelder, L. Kobn, S:mon, Loos-h-y.
Mack, Rarnhart, Stewart, Mitchell,
Magid. McCandless. Jackson, Noftsker,
Ptter.-,on, T. J. R)binson. Misses
Lper, oweeney, G -egg and Piatt. Mes
srs. T. B. D-iv s aid L. S. McCabc.
Put rot yo'ir trim in tvervbodv's mix
ture, but stick to the r 1 able S.ivtion
Oil It pevtr f -.i'.s. S :ld everywhere
fir 25 certs.
Ladies who use cc-smetics or powders to
cover np or bid." a b-d c viij l xiou, do
no! know that T. II. Thorn-? en furnish
them with Blush c! kens, wh-ch is clear
as water, purifies llieshin, srd positively
remr ves M'tck 1 eaiis .;; di sUn i!i-eacs
t t- sliiny Ir-oU from th j face ttd
whilfi.s it sooa r,s ;;i,piici:.
Tloi favorablo impression pro luce 1 oij
the to ! nppe.ir.ircv of the ngr.-enble li
quid fruit rmied y Sy:uo of F,gs a ft.w
yi'ars ago has been u:orc thin c.-ntirni: d
by the pltasi.nt cxpe.ier.ee of e.li nha
have used it, ai.d !he success cf the pro
prietors and manufacturers of the Cali
fornia Fig Syrap cntpany.
Baro Wire Cots
are. without doubt, the most painful and
the worst looking cu's or bruises an ani
mal receives. A man is r.ot wise or
thoughtful who docs cot have n be tile of
Kriiu:e's German Oil. It is the great
German wonder for barb wire or any
other kind of cuts and brui-ps. Oeilv
25c and good for cian or beast. Hartz
Cubeb Cough Cure One minute.
J. E. Montrose. 3!nas-r.
Friday and Saturday, Jan. 15-16.
Tlie Peji-hotoa'cul Itiiinra,
Atxo;ut'.'ly Witho it PiraHet.
The VTor'.d Em'ncnt Realt-r
of UnutUred Tbnuhts in a
A H a
CUrUiij :I Pa:iJtg Tcxen.
a 2ETiLir::s cr isrsassscs
Xt-vi-r B.:fore nevelop d.
D'ifiliiU by uianv Inspirational
A Mtstert is Mc -n t Dim
ski. r as tj Y JIT.
The T!qui ibriwrn of the Scien
tific World els'urtxii -fp, rit
ualists in ibe da k A comniete
tittDguifLtneut of ete-pueism.
Fncm 50. 8". and 2r.c. Falpof isciits hpp:n Thurc
day, Jan. li hi Harper hou-e phnrmacy.
to Belect from. Wby pay 10 cea'
to gl .0, for which you ctn
get lor W centa at
C. C. TAYLOR,
1T1 Secoad Avenue.
Ladies' Special Cloak Sale.
Cne of the largest, most reliable and satisfactory manufacturers of
ladies' cloaks of New York City finds himself much overstocked. H3 for
wards by express a lot of his choicest styles to McCabe Bros, on consign
ment, with a letter of instructions to use onr own judgment and sell them
at whatever prices we think necessary to close them out. They arrived
on Saturday; we immediately opened them up, and found so raar.v really
choice fctvles m the lot that we h we decided to place them on sale" for four
days-Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of this week- All
that are not gone on Thursday night we shall return to the owner. As
above mentioned they are very select styles.
Jackets faced with silk, some with vest fronts and some with long a
trachan collars and light feir trimmings. The whole lot will be rdaced on
sale at fully 83K per cent below valu. Ws c;n say no more:' they do not
belong to u. and unless sold in four days they will all go back.
line of jackets is still quite extensive. We shall make some further cuts
in prices for tins week, oft -ring some of th- most tempting bart-oia-s we
have ever shown. If you are at all thinking of buying "and will look
through our line we are sure to sell you. We shall for this weok add cnit
alotofjaoketsandwrapstoour $2.50 table. Take a look. When'you
see a table full of cloaks, jackets and wraps with privilege rf choice fnr
82.o0 you are likely to find something you want. Do not take the poorest,
rlways take the best-two dollars and-a-half for a cloak or jacket, only a
traction of the original cost in many cases.
We desire to make a clean sweep of every garment in the department
cr we would not be likely to name such absurd prices. Give us'as early
a cail as possible.
1720. 1722 and 1721 Second Ave sub.
Type Writer Supplies.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
Special prices this week on
Biby McKrc. 1
Tom and Maiiah
and Fi r;e.
We wi'J thio wck c.fTe
values in fiue toilet sivirs.
Sterlirg Ta- S.ip
Turkish B ith
Uucle Chris, an c xT.i large cake finely
Baby MrKe-e Tencil Tablet, ."i; s z
.. 10, ..
Fiora " " 5a
TomandMiriah 15,. '
17o."5 Second Avenue.
I Double S'at.'s
i Slate and Le id Penei's.
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1703 Second Avenue.'
GEORGE II. KINGSBURY.
le.epaoce No. 1;
CARDET O -.
A .Fine Line in the Newest Styles, the best
Assortment Ever Shown at Lowest Prices.
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT,
1S11 and 1813, Second Avenue, ROCK ISLAND.
We predict the universal use of
Dr. MM CelGtoil Cough Syrap
for "La Grippe," all coughs, colds, croup, and
all affections of the throat, lungs and bron
Its sale has more than doubled each year since
its introduction, and the year 1891 stands out
as the banner year of its existence.
Made and sold at 10c and 2c per bottle by
T. H. THOMAS,
For CHOICE MEATS Go to . .
H. Treman & Sons,
All telephone orders promptly filled. Telephone N. 1103. 1700 Third Ave.
SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds ol Carpenter Work Done.
General Jobbing done on fhort notice and tatiifaction guarantee J.
Offic and She? 1412 Fourth Avenue. ROCK ISLAND.
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