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THE AllGUS, FRIDAY, MAY 2(5, 1893.
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STRONG MEDICAL FIRM.
A IMmxBfit Arf.irat the Armory Last Kve
iiing Other Kvents.
The May social given by the Santa
Maria society at Armory hall last
evening was a success in every way.
The. room had been littted up with
neat booths, where refreshments
were disposed of. while in the rear
end of the room a stage had been Tit
led up whereon was displayed a full
rigged model of the historic Santa
Maria from which the society took its
name. The evening's programme
was opened with a May pole dance by
20 well drilled children under
the direction of Prof, tieorge Stroehle.
The little ones all gaily attired made
a prettv scene, a number of them
displaying exceptional ability ami
grace in the dance. It was led by
Miss Nellie Twonibley and Willie
MctJuinn, the following also partici
pating: Mis-.cs I'.i'--::' McDonald.
Hessiu Hartz, defile Wivi'.I. Hertha
Hodges, t'elia CrogtMi. .h-unic Zim
mcr, Eva Pearson. Wiiie Koehe and
May Parrel, and Ma-tcr- I tri r-1 1 Ar
cher. Frank MeCuiuii. t'has. Pear
son. Hennv Piragdon. Prank Murrin.
Dave Fitzgerald, Henry Vonach.
llenrv (.'untiingham anil-John (). Par
rcll. TIu- lror:iiniii'.
The literary ami musical pro
gramme was opened with a vocal
duet bv Misses Celtic Wivill and
liettha' Hodges. --What Would You
Take For Me Papa?" The next num
ber was a recitation by J. Frank
Kane rendered in a very entertain
ing manner, after which came a
much appreciated vocal solo by Miss
Mamie Maronev. This was followed
bv a recitation, '-Mad Marie," by
Mrs. (ieorge P. Stauduhar that was
exceedingly well rendered. "form
Where Mv Eovc Lies Dreaming"' was
then sang by St. Joseph's choir, after
which Mrs. William McKnirg sang
Ea Serenata" with charming effect.
This closed the iuml!'. amine, t lie re
mainder of the evening being devoted
to general sociability, the May pole
dance beinir also repeated bv reiiuest
The entertainment was bright and
sparkling and enjoyed by all present
Oilier six-inl i:i-r.ts.
Mrs. J. M. Huford gives :l tea tin
afternoon at her home on Second
avenue, in honor of Mrs. and Miss
Uowers. of lbirlii.gton. Vt.
Mi-s Jessie Murphy gave :i delight
I'nl i-nlT.f li. lii-r tri-cl;-. irienu at
the re-it!eiiee of II. I'. Connelly. 1
Second avenue, vestcrilav afternoon
at : o'clock. About 10 rcspoiob-il to
the invitation- and an unu-ua
jdeasant afternoon was spent.
'ntenipi'ate i.eyiiig, selling
!:-:,;- residence or business
;I! I'o.-!: i e!y pay you
! !'-:i- e constantly have
! d-.-irable property on
tii -cleet from and we can
.v"!:r "unts promptly. We
' iminiier of choice lots in
,"' tin- city and will nnder-
"a;-'l a ninnher of houses for
'-'r- (,n terms very rrreatly
ll:,'AIN FOIJ SOME ONK.
" Idiots in Ccdlege Heights
"n-lialf block from Elec-
Huilway which we will
at once, at from f300
a''' they will tro fast so
irosent opportunity or
n e win f od VOB albarer.
Masonic Temple Blfcck
Urn, .. Craig. C C Carter ami .1. P.
Comrgya t'niie Tln-lr InterfRts.
One of the most important moves
that has been made in professional
circles in the three cities has been
practically consummated in the form
ation of a medical lirm. the members
of which are to be Drs. (J. O. Craig,
C. C. Carter and J. P. Comegys. The
doctors composing this partnership
are as is proverbially the case with
the profession, reticent when it comes
to talking about matters affecting
them, but it is believed the purpose;
f the physicians in uniting is to se
cure joint ollices where they can have
the advantage of the use ot modern
appliances such as electricity, baths.
Whore Their OUtre Will lte.
It is not. definitely determined as
yet. where the otlices of Drs. Craig.
Carter and Carnegvs will be, but it
known that the room now occu
pied by the Harper house bar has
been considered, and that an offer
las been made for it. It is most ad
mirably situated and it is believed
the overtures looking to its use for
the designs suggested will be at
tended bv sueees.-ful results.
Were it not that anything of the
nature of a compliment is exceed
ingly (listastetiu toine oociors. 1111.
Au;Ys niiLrht with abundant t rut h
say much in praise of the physi
cians who arc about to embark
in t his professional enterprise. Put
as it is it will refrain, and content
itself by extending congratulations
A FULL EDUCATION.
it KesultM of llio Latest Know
There is tint all intelligent man 111
the world but appreciates the vahu
of an education ami has occasion
nianv times to regret the fact that he
had cither failed to take advantage
of earlv opportunities or perhaps
been deprived altogether of the ad
vantages of higher educational insti
tutions in earlier life. It is too late
for him to take up a regular course
of study, there being no time to de
vote to it amid t he myriad cares of
Hut the next best thing toa college
course is the possession of the re
sults of the ripe scholarship of others
and when these result s are epitomized
the one who has them at command
has actually the cream of a college
ed neat ion.
How to get these results is an im
portant Uestioii. but we have an
swered it for our readers by putting
within their reach that incom
narable reference library, the Kn-
cvclopedia P.ritannii-a. It can now
be secured free bv the fortunate per
son in Tiik Ai.-ta s" prize contest,
which is explained in another part of
THE CIRCUIT COURT.
BLACK HAWK'S BONES.
"O'Oow l' N-ii;lilrs."
The farce comedy of '-O'Dowd's
Neighbors," which will be seen at
Harper's theatre next Wednesday, is
justly spoken of as an operatic farce
'coined V. the music which that smart
bit of a man, Mr. Mark Murphy, has
put in the play, justifying its title.
Ill the course of the excitement, the
following are among the selections:
An opening chorus by the O'Dowd
quartette. Messrs. Uogers. Peynolds.
Krhard and Kiggs. which is received,
with "-reat enthusiasm nightly, the
voices being spoken of by New York
j tapers as fairly rivaling the cele
brated Clipper" uartette. Probably
the son"- "Papa Wouldn't I5uy Me a
How Wow," by Mr. Murphy", makes
the hit of the performance. Judging
from the old saying "make extremes
meet," it strike's one as being pecu
liar that the celebrated selectien
Lucia di.Lainniernioor as sang by the
sextette shoald follow the comedy
selection, "On the Howery." Still
this is the nature of things with
"O'Dow d's Neighbors."' Nothing has
been thought of or said in New Tork
in live years which was funny that
cannot "be discovered in "O'Dowd's
The stage of water at Rock Island
bridn-e at noon today was 12:25, and
the temperature was 56.
The Charlotte Boeckler and Pilot
came down and the Irene D., Verne
Swain and Pilot passed up.
The - Ii. Hershey came down with
eight strings of logs, the Irene D with
six, Isaac Staples with 14, R. J.
Wheeler with 16 and the Musser with
stoli ii Oii-e ly a Oiiiney !etor Where
A re They Now?
Prof. T. S. Parvin, of Cedar Kapids.
has been grand secretary of .owa
Masons for 1" years and is also cus
todian of the large Masonic library
in this city. In talking with a re
porter about some of 1 he early his
tory of the state and of the Indians
and 1 heir relics. Mr. Parvin said thaf
i he "-rent chief. Hlackhawk. was
buried on a bin IT overlooking th
Des Moines river at what was then
Iowa i!lein l.ee county, and that a
doctor in (juincy stole the remains
and prepared t he skeleton for use in
his ollice. A son of lilaekhawk
found that the remains had been re
moved, ami tracing them to Quiiiey.
he appealed to Oov. Lucas, who i:i
cslig:Mcd the matter and caused
1 hem to be ret Uflied.
shipp.Ml ti Iowa City.
The bones were shipped to lown
Citv in a box. and as the son was
afraid that they would be molested
should they be' deposited in the orig
inal grave." he asked Cov. Lucas tr
care lor them. They were in the
governor's office in the old eapitol
building for a long time, and Mr.
I'mt v in s-n-s that thev rested under
his table and that for a year or more
he used the box for a footstool as he
would sit at his desk. Mr. Parvin was
at that time Oov. Lucas' private sec
retary. After the city of Hurlington
started a historical society, the bones
were shipped to that place. There
has always been some doubt as to
what really became'of them, but as
the historical collection was burned,
it is hclived that the box was in the
building and destroyed along with
the rest of the collection.
This story is of special interest at
t tits time ms t hero is a dispute ""oillg
on in the papers hereabout s regarding
. . . 1 ... if Til .1.1 1. .
the lmal disposition oi iiacKiiaKs
holies. Qui lie v Herald.
A. I. A. Ilxpusure.
Th,. lowi Messenger, of Da veil port .
issued Thursday, springs a veritable
bombshell of a sensation into the lap
f t he secret order known as the A.
P. A. The surprise consists of a
three column and a half letter from
K. L. Quackeiibush. the former edi
tor of the Tri-Cily Pdade of this city,
w ho proceeds to get gloriously even
with the society that hired him and
then lired him", by revealing grip,
pass words, interior w orkings of t he
order, and a list of name alleged to
be the lull roster of council No. 10.
of Davenport, together with several
prominent in the society in thiscity.
A glance down the column shows the
iianies of clergymen, prominent mer
chants, mechanics, and others in
all nearlv a hundred. The list. Mr.
(iuackcn'bush states, was obtained
by himself from the secretary, whom
he "plied with tpuestioiis and beer,"
on the representation that he was
about to start a new A. P. A. paper.
The expose of the workings of the
order is sworn to by the writer be
fore John Heinz, notary, while his
affidavit as to the correctness of the
roll of members w as taken by F. M.
Huford Post, the Women's Relief
Corps, Sons of Veterans and Ladies'
Aid society will meet at the G. A. K.
hall Sunday. May 28, at 10 o'clock a.
m and march to the First Methodist
church, where Rev. F. W. Merrell
will deliver a memorial sermon. All
old soldiers are invited to join us at
the Post room. Hv order of
Wm. McConochie, Com.
W. A. Noitiiis, Adj't.
Bhenmatitm Corel in a Dy-
"Mvstic Cure" for rheumatism and
neuralgia radically cures in one to
three davs. Its actiou upon the sys
tem is remarkable and mysterious.
It removes at once the cause and the
disease immediately disappears. The
lirst dose greatly benefits 75 cents.
Sold bv .
Otto Gkotjan, Druggist,
Winding up the Camphell
The case of Campbell vs. the Mu
tual Wheel company of Moline, an
action for damages of $3,000 incurred
to plaintiff by reason of an explosion
in the factory there, went to the jury
t his atternoon. The argument for
the plaintiff was opened by M. M.
Sturgeon, William Jackson following
for the defense and J. T. Kenworthy
closing for the plaintiff.
A special venire for jurors was
placed in the hands of Sheriff Gor
don yesterday calling for the sum
moning of the following for such
duty next Monday:
Rock Island Guv Howman, A. H.
Carlson. J. A. Geniing. Meyer Rosen-
tield. F. Nissen, John Ohlweiler,
Moline A. Pumlqiiist, George A.
Giistafscn, George Hausch, Charles
Carlson. Godfrey Nonlgren. S. A.
(instils. L. H. Kuhii. C A. Herman.
South Moline H. R. Gould.
South Pock Island Sam M. Camp
In the appellate court at Ottawa
yesterday, an opinion was liled af-
tirming t he judgment of the lower
court in the case of Marschall vs.
Laughran. appealed from a recovery
of damages by Mrs. M. Laughran
against the late S. A. Marschali. Mc
Knirv iV: McKuiry represented the
plaintiff, and Jcseph Haas the de
fense. The decision of the lower
court was also sustained in the ease
of Hane-.vachcr vs. l'erman. where
damages were recovered for liijuor
sold in Hampton toa habit ual dru nk
and. M. M. Sturgeon and J. T. Kon
worthv represented the plaint iff. and
Josepfi Haas ihe defense.
The criminal docket in the circuit
court will be taken up the lirst of
Kaiiwiiy rating Kxpriise.
The immense amount of paving to
be done in this city and Hock Island
this year will draw heavily on the re
sources of the street railway com
pany. In round numbers it is esti
mated that the expense to which the
syndicate will be put as a result of
these street improvements will ap
proximate about S:.r." I. Neverthe
less it has at no time put any ob
stacles in the wavof paving, although
it cuts so hcavilv into the assets of
the company. ib-ali.ing t hat it ha
to come. 1 he rail wav people take a
I'topian view of the situation ami
are banking on the future when such
improy cmcut s will have been com
pleted and t he stockholders can re
ceive some ret urn for their invest
ment of the present . There are 41
blocks of pavin-r to be laid in Daven
port this year, and a goodly portion
of tins is oil t hose streets on w liien
the company is operating cars. it i
estimated that their outlay in Daven
port alone for paving will be some,
thing like !?J".o;ii. and to this may
be added sliLmu for a snniiur ex
pense in Pock I-land. Davenport
Nicholas Imhoff died at his lionn
oil' Fourth avenue, this morning, of
the iutirmitics of advancing years
complicated with stomach troubles.
He had been ill about six weeks. He
was born in Switzerland Dee. L'7.
and had been a resident of Hock
Island 4 years. The surviving chil
dren are: Nicholas Imhoff. Jr., John
Imhoff, Jacob Im'ioff. William Im
hoff. Mrs. Andrew Ktzel. Mrs. Charles
Rvsino-er. Mrs. Thomas Lynch. Mrs.
George Young and Mrs. Fred H"l-
Mr. Imhoff had many friends in
Rock Island who will be grieved to
know of hi s deat h.
The funeral will be held at l'
o'clock Sunday afternoon.
The funeral of Kdward Goescr will
be held Snndav afternoon at '2 o'clock.
Camp o'i'.t, M.'W. A. and the Wood
men generally are expected to a! tend
in a body.
The negot iat ions whic h have been in
rogress some time looking to t In
casing of Kemper hall. Davenport,
by Lieut. John H. Hamilton, of this
city, and Major Max Von Hizncr. of
Davenport, have been completed, and
these gentlemen will at once assume
the responsibilities that attach to the
nstitution. Kemper hall wnl still
be conducted as a diocesan school un
der the new regime, and the standard
of its efficiency increased if possible.
The curriculum will be increased bv
tho addition of a business course, ami
students will be lilted for either col
lege or university as desired. The
faculty will be an excellent one in
every respect, the headmaster of
w hich w ill ho Lieut. Hamilton.
Dinner (Sets, This Week.
I offer for this week a new line
of decorated 100 piece dinner
sets, ranging in price from $.26
up. They are all guaranteed to
be first class ware in everyway.
On Saturday only, bread and
butter plates at cost.
G. M. Loos LEY.
China, Glass and hatniis.
180B Second Acr-i-
Get a New Spring Suit
SIRIOI & MOSENFEIDER'S.
Where $10.00 buys a fine Dress Suit worth
$15.00; where $8. 0 buys a nobby all wool
suit advertised by other dealers as worth
$I.00; where $7.0 buys a splendid suit,
all colors, worth $10.00; 'where $5.00 buys a
desirable and neat every day suit.
We are showing the handsomest,
biggest new spring stock, and WE
KNOW our prices defy competition.
Come and see. No trouble to show you through.
Simon & Mosenfelder,
Rock Island House Corner.
Great Sacrifice in Shoes.
We have reduced the prices on our immense
stock of Shoes at the Gentral Shoe Store as
Men's i:!t-at ;t!iet from
Cord'iv hi, Lac- or Congress
.. c.,f .4
A'om-n's Cloth Top P i. Tiim
W,-U and a.-ind Turn
: 00 to 3.50
C 00 to 4 CO
3 00 to
Duvs la t; m Se se and Ox. Toe 1 00 to
se prices will hold good only until our
stock is reduced; so come early.
Schneiders Central Shoe Store,
1818 Second Avenue,
Harper House Block.
pPifVlaCjCj' ) are .-very think' in history,
s i hey :ne in dress, and they are
juet as impoi taut in Furniture as
in the matted of "attire Unless
id enough to he antique parlor
str.t-! not niaiked 193 ar decid-fdl-
cut of date. Set jourelf
ttt tin paitntinl n iint rie-
l l&irrTir-Z-W ft if buvirg, lLspeet our stock
whidi ha been purchased expvssly for the coming Ira3e.
Our ulsp'ay of Parlor Suits includes a fine
Brocatelle at 45 Dollars.
Vs not human, but it speaks f r it wlf.hen you see it.
A nretty 5 Vlvcv Sct-MOHAIK PLUSH Sl'HING EIMlE at 32.00.
You mlv ihm .1 to it if you are want!..- anything in this line.
C-VIU'ETS In-rain, Tapestry, Body or Velvet we're sure to
please-Koum Suits. Spring, Mattro-es, Pillows in these
.rood wc exeel. Uabv Carriages, Refrigerators, at right prices
NO EXTKA CIIAKGK FOItZEASV. PAYMENTS.
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT,
1809; 1811 Second Avenuo.
C. F. DBWGND, Manager. TELEPHONE No. 1206.
Op-ti Evenmgo till 8 p. m.
MIXED HOUSE PAlNTb
LTN3RED OIL.3 WHITE LEAD, ETC.
161 0JI bird Avenue.