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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1902.
A SERIOUS CASE
Of Catarrhal Dyspepsia Cured.
fyH-l ji- fei ! '
I Leonard F. Vcrdery.
DENIES POISON STORY
Aledo Drug- Clerk Declares He
Did Not Sell St'ychnine
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MISS M'MTJLLEN ON THE STAND
Accused Girl Kxpectetl tJ
Work in Felix Store
LEONARD F. VERDERY, Real Estate
and Renting Agent, of Augusta, Ga.,
"With many others I want to add my
testimonial to the wonderful good Fe
runa has done me. I have been a great
sufferer from eatarrhal dyspepsia. I
tried many physicians, visited a good
many Springs, but I lielieve Peruna has
done more for me than all of the abovo
put together. I feel like a new person.
I have taken the Peruna and Manaliu
together and always expect to have a
bottle in my home." LEONARD F.
Congressman Doviner of West Virginia.
Congressman IS. B. Doviner, from
Wheeling, West Virginia, in a letter
written from Washington, D. C, says:
' Join with my colleagues in the
House of Representatives In recom
mending your excellent remedy, Pe
runa, as a good tonic, and also an
effective cure for catarrh. "
Catarrh assumes different phases in
different seasons of the year. In the
Fiiramer the stomach and bowels suffer
the oftenest ad the seat of the trouble.
Peruna cures catarrh wherever located.
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of Feruna,
write at once to Dr. Ilartman, giving a
full statement of your ease and he will
be pleased to give you his valuable ad
Address Dr. Ilartman, President of
The Ilartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O.
Alciid, I ec. li. I lii must sensa-
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; trial yesterday was that of Mtrt 'fu
ller, formcrlv a ilrnir clerk here. It was
claimed by .Mr. Thomason in his open
in? argument fur t li - defense that
Miss Duntap had purchase 1 Irych
niiie f Tudor previous to the pur
chase she made of Dr. C. V. Carter in
August. The route ntion was that the
strychnine was purchased on both oc
casions for use on corns. Tudor tes
tified that he had never sold slryth
nine to Miss Dunlap. and had never
handled it during his employment in
the Craig drug si ore except under the
personal supervision of I.. II. Diiilcr.
Speculation has been rife- regarding
the effect the testimony of Miss Cora
IMcMullcn would have on llie case, but
in her evidence yesterday aflernoon
she was so sure of her ground and so
confident in her assertions that her
connect inn with the affair ran be re
garded now as only one of many inci
dents which do not throw Jight on the
mystery. Miss Mc.iul!cn ha I been in
the Felix store prior to the arrival of
Miss Dunlap, and ha I treated Miss
Doid tu chocolates. She swi.re posi
tively that Miss Dool took oiifv one
chocolate at a time, and that she saw
her eat t hem all.
Mr. Gould, a member of the candv
Monday Dec. 15.
In a repertoire of tbis year's omedy suc
cesses. H i 14 li class sinsiuc: anl danrin'g spe
cialties at every periorir.anre. Rich cus
tumes and iei ial srtncrv for emti lav.
Monda'v thev will present "the 4 -act comedy
A WOMAN'S POWER
Prices: 10c, 20c an J roc.
LADIES I-'KEE-Mocdav nigbt only it ac
companied bv an escort wen ne jail 'Sil-cent
ticket, if secured 0 fore r j. in. Mondav.
Seats on sale Saturday at Illinois Smoker.
manufacturing' firm of Gardner &
tiouid. of Ibirlington, Iowa, tcstifiei
that his firm sold to F. A. Minor the
candy purchased by the accused. lit
described the process of niamif act art
of chocolates. He also swore that his
house never kept mix vomica or
strychnine on the premises.
"Allie Ih Hotter OH "
Several witnesses testified that Miss
Dunlap hail told them she exected to
go to work in the Felix store Sept. 1
Nellie Graham testified that Tona had
said: "Allie is better off; she had a
John K. Mardock. editor of Ihc
Democrat, testified as to interviews
with Tona Dunlap after Allie Dool's
death. She had told of purchasing the
cafdy. of her wanderings on the
street, of her visit to Felix's store
and of dividing the candy with Allit
Dool, saving that Allie took it from
the sack. Miss Dunlap had also spok
en of having been sick on the way
home that day. She had twice pur
chased strychnine at the Craig drug
store, once from F.ert Tudor and
once from Dr. Carter.
Saturday, Dec. 20.
MATINEE AND NIGHT.
The Season's Novelty
"A Hoosier Daisy."
Miss Bessie Clifton.
And a great company. Special scen
ery. A good, pure play full of com
edy and pathos.
MATINFK 10 and 25 cents.
XIGHT --.-, 'J.", and :D cents.
Seats on sale Friday morning.
DifttCTION BERLIN. KINDT A. COMPANY.
Sunday, Dec. 21.
()iie Night Only.
The furiously funny and jolly musical
farce by C. Herbert Kerr.
OVER. THE FENCE.
Fourth year of this big fun show.
Twenty-five clever jeope.
A jingling rhyme of mirth. n;n-ie and
o 1 1 r.
I1IMGIIT CATCHY KI.F.GAXT
WITTICISM--.. Ml "SIC. COSTl'.MKS
Prices: .'!.".. and ."le. ISoxes T.'c.
Seats .n sale Saturday morning.
H is V
OiRttCTicN Cmamberlin. Kindt. CoriiANV.
. Christmas Night, Dec. 25.
Direction KRHAKD HEARD.
Onlv aiiearance hereof the distinguished
And the PrincinaN. entire orchestra and
chorus ot the
Solo Artists -
SIGNOKA (.'APEM-I. SIG. FAKENTI,
SIGNOKA URL IVAKTO SIG. SCHI AVAZZI,
SIG. HELL. AT I I. SHi. FKASC'ONA.
SlLJNt )KA D. FiLIl'I'I.
One Hundered I'eople in
The Entire Opera,
In concert form, in costume tor the first time
In this country in the composer's original
version. Conducted by MASCAGNI.
Prices Reserved seats f2 . 1.50. -M.no.
Admission 7."c and SOc. Free list suspended.
Sale open Saturday, Dec. if(), at Illinois
JEWETT PIANO USED.
TO ESTABLISH CAR ICING
PLANT. AT NATICK YARD
The Koek Island road is conducting
111 in est iga t ion of conditions with a
view of removing the ice houses
the company used for the storage of
ice to furnish refrigerator cars from
Green Kiver to Natick. For inanv
years the ice has been cut in Green
river at the village of that name and
the icing of the cars has been the
chief industry of the town. It is now
claimed that ice can be cut at Natick
with equal convenience and that the
saving of time effected in having the
ears set out at the yards to be fur
nished with the cool will justify the
change. It is also rumored that ihe
stock yards of the mad now at Gcn-
cseo will be removed to a point jn.-t
cast of Fast Molinc.
TERRORS WELL TAKEN
IN BY THE REMNANTS
That was a very one-sided contest
when the Terrors bumped against
the Keinnants at- the Koek Island
Club alleys last evening. The score
was 2.4 U) to l.'.i'.t f. The work of Dar
nell and Price indicates that thev
are comer- and will soon be able to
go in faster company. Following are
the individual scores:
Price -'ut Ml j'.n .-,7.'
Islanding Ill 1.:.". iv.t ):.:
Chamberlin His lf,7 III 4t','j
liickel Its i .Hi -tin
Darnell 17". 1" lsii t
McDonald 114 :V2 -V.l 4V.
:. II. StalTord ljn .!'. 1-.V) :ir
I ownst nil il.. ij. i
Koberts i::;t i r m 4:.'s
stclck i::s i::.-. 1:14
Foiln m IX-Hdly Attack.
"My wife was so ill that good phy
sicians were unable to help her,'
writes M. M. Austin, of AVinchester,
Ind., "but was ompletely cured by
Dr. King's New Life Pills." They work
wonders in stomach and liver trou
bles. Cure constipation, sick head
ache. 2 cents, at Hartz & I'llemcy
cr's drug store.
Inflammatory Khmimatism Cured lu Three
Morton Jj. Hill, of Lebanon, Ind.,
says: "My wife bad inflammatory
rheumatism in every muscle and
joint; her suffering was terrible and
her bdy and face were swollen al
most beyond recognition; had been
in bed for six weeks and had eight
physicians, but received no benefit
until she tried Mystic Cure for Jiheti
matism. It gave immediate relief
and she was able to walk about in
three days. I am sure it saved her
life." Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501
Second avenue, Iioek Island; Gust
Sehlegel & Son, 0 "West Second
A kidney or bladder trouble can al
ways be cured by using Foley's Kid
ney Cure in time. All druggists.
STORE OPEN EVENINGS
A. PRICE. Proprietor.
1721 Second Avenue.
Phone Union 112.
NORD IS PROCLAIMED
President of Hayti According to
Latest News From That x
BEST "HEELED" MAN WINS OUT
In the Politics of the Much Vexed
Isle of the Atlantic.
Port Au Prinee. Dec. 17. Order has
been reestablished lure. During the
fighting yesterday a number of per
sons were wounded. The I'nited
States legation is protected by troops.
Washington. Dee. 17. The follow
ing cablegram has been received from
Vice Consul Ceneral Jeries. dated
Port au Prince yesterday: 'tJeneral
Nord arrived Sunday. Creat excite
ment. Shooting in the streets. Seere
tary of the interior with the general
of police at the legation. Serious trou
ble is expected.
Kerugo In the CoanulateM.
All tlie military authorities who have
been supporters of Scneque Pierre's
andid:iey for the presidency, and
therefore opposed to tleneral Xord. also
sought refuge in the consulates, t'en
eral Nord is acclaimed president by
the troops, and seems master of the
situation, notwithstanding the fact
that the majoi ity of congress is in fa
vor of Sene.pie Pierre. It is believed
that Ccneral Xord will dissolve the
chamber of communes and the senate
and will order other elections which
will result in his favor.
NEWS IN OUTLINE.
Three eases of bubonic plague came
fo Xew York on a steamer from Ir.r
han. S. A. No precautions are being
spared to prevent any one else getting
o'liiial Ce.u-ge Moorman, adjutant
encral of the I'niteil Confederate Vet
erans' .vssociation, is dead at Xew Or
Senator Pritchard. of Xorth Caro
lina, yesterday underwent a slight sur
Martin of South Dakota wants to
make Oct. -. the anniversary of the
discovirv of the West Indies, a legal
holidav to be known as Columbus day.
Adjutant Ccneral Corbin has left
Washington 10 visit his aged father
and his Invalid daughter in Ohio.
.l.icksou. the newly appoint d I'nit
ed States minister to Creecc. and Mrs.
Jackson have started from Iterlin to
The crown prince of Niani. Chowfa
uiaha Vajiravtuih. is at Tokio. Japan.
th' guest of the emperor of Japan.
Twenty-lour Macedonian workmen
returning to their own country from
Pulgaria were killed by Turkish fron
tier guards near Dubnitza.
CHrge P.u'lcr Magoun. of the brok
erage firm of Magoun' P.ros. & Co.,
Xew York, is dead.
II. P.. Creciivvood. an ex-saloonkeep
er, while intoxicated fatally wounded
his wife in their home at Kansas Citv.
The Cerinan ship Alsterberg at Port
Townsend. Wash., sixty-eight days and
twelve hours from Montevideo, estab
lishes a r.ew record.
Postmaster Charles Meighan. of Og-
den. Ctah.. has been sentenced to one
year and a day confinement in jail for
The Kansas City. Mexico and Orient
railroad has .iust let a contract for fifty-six
miles of grade work in Okla
Military honors will lie accorded to
the remains of Mrs. Crant at the fu
Saved at Grave' Itrlnk.
T know I would long ago have been
in my grave, writes .Mrs. . ji. rsew-
siim. of Decatur. Ala., "if it had not
been for 1'lectrie P.itters. For three
years I suffered untold agony from
the worst forms of indigestion, wa
terbrash. stomach and bowel dyspep
sia. J. ut tins excellent medicine uiu
me a world of good. Since using it 1
can eat heartily and have gained 33
pounds." For indigestion, loss of ap
petite, stomach, liver and kidney trou
bles Kleetric Fitters are a positive,
guaranteed cure. Only 50 cents at
Hart. & I'llemeyer's drug store.
If you feel ill and need a p'Ul
Why not purchase 1he best?
DcWitt's Karlv liisers
Are little snrprisers;
Take one they An the rest.
W. If? Howell, Houston, Texas,
writes: "I have used Little. Karlv
Kiser Pills in my family for constipa
tion, sick headache, etc. To their use
I am indebted for the health of my
Harper House pharmacy; A. J.
Kiess drug store, corner Seventh ave
nue and Twenty-seventh street.
For Over Sixty Years
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums.
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 25
cents a bottle.
To cure torpid liver, constipation.
loss of appetite, biliousness, and all
other complaints of the liver, stomach,
or bowels, take Liver-Lax. A 25 cent
little liver pilL Pleasant to take.
T. H. THOMAS, Leading Druggist.
IF YOU BUY IT AT BLEUER'S IT'S R.IGHT'
A STANDIMi OIIDKK WITH TIIF LAKCKST M A X I " FA "J' C I ; F I ; S IN Till: COl'XTKY TO SHIP I S T1IF
LVTRST DFSICXS IX KYKKYTHIXC PKKTAl.MXC TO A -p
FIRST CLASS JEWELRY STORE.
TDK KFSCI.T IS Till: P.'nCHT KST. .MOST CP-TO-DATK STOCK OF .1 KVYKI.UY IN Till; F 1 1 1 1 l-I K
CITIES. NO P.ACK Xl'.MP.KKS HFII!:. WIIFN STCIP COKS OCT )!' STY1.K YF. M KI,T IT IT FOU
OLD COLD AND SIIA'FIt OI! TIIKOW IT IN TIIFCUAP, P.ACS. AND OIK CON ST A XT L Y IXCKFAS-
iNc iutsinfss is i: idi:n( i:
That Ovir Prices" Are ELight.
A SMALL PAYMKXT SKCFKKS ANY AI1TK SKI-: I S I'OU ( 11 UISTM AS PKKSKXTS. KXtJlJAY-
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FRED BLEUER, Jeweler, 1708 Second Ave t
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WILL CONTINUE UNTIL
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Never before have we had so many people
take advantage of our wonderful bargains as we
have in the past two weeks, and to make this the
biggest month we ever had we will continue to
sell shoes at the great reduction prices:
All i-J.oo Shoes.
cut price . .
All 8.00 Shoes,
cut price . .
All SI. 50 Shoes,
cut price . .
cut price , . .
All SI. on Shoes,
cut price . .
All S5.00 Shoes,
cut price . .
All si Shoes,
cut price . .
All 8:5.50 Shoes,
cut price . .
All S3.00 Shoes,
cut price . .
Ladies' warm slippers and shoes at 80c, $1.00
Ladies' Alaskas, any size, 69c.
iMen's Felt Boots 39c a pair.
Men's Arctics, good ones for $1.00 a pair.
ADAMS will eive vou BARGAINS from now I
till Christmas, if you will let him.
Eighteenth Street and Second Avenue, Rock Island. III.
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A GOOD DRINK.
now Are Your Kidneys t
tkl f I. Add. bteriJu Ueaiear Co..Clauoaijto or X. X-
When Santa CIavis
he will surely point, out the American
laundry :is t lit? bost one in town. For
the holiday season you Vant your
linen to lo iimnaciilate, as Yuletide
bringrs family fratherinrs, receptions
and merry-ma'kins' in peneral. tlive
yourself a merry Christmas by having
your linen done up perfectly ahd ex
quisitely at the
Laundry 5 3
Twelfth St., Fifth Atb. Phone 136
'J'he best in faet, is one that cools
the stomach without doing any in
jury. There's nothing' like fine liquor
to take teh sting out of cold water.
For the choicest of everything on the
list call on us. We please, surprise
and satisfy all.
SIMON LEWIS'. R.ETAIL LIQUOR STORE
Market Square, Corner Seventeenth Street and Third Avenue.
H"M" 1 I1 1 M- M' 1111 1 1 I 1 l H I 1 1 1 j. H I
; Dr. S. H. MILLER.
$ G2.ADUATE OF 21'KILLIP'S VETERINARY COLLEGE,
2 Scientific treatment of Horses, Cattle and Dogs and all surgical
2 oierations performed on same.
Z RESIDENCE 1812 FOURTH AVENUE. PHONE WEST 1661
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