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THE ABGUB, TUESDAY JULY 28 1891.
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HiTHEKS tnd BATHES
C. C. TAYLOR.
J, E. RELDY,
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-efixf-e n;i;c enmtt of Milan,
'n. rtv.jei..f ci. Sever 'eenth etrt-et.
aniil-no- .u TwenH-third ttreft.
:;( inched :c UiSereLt putts of the
: t -ti-ni form" very c heap.
: ilioicr city lms iocat-d.
(uitucwwr Niiict.-i-r.th ttreet and
Second Avenue, over
Horjpes Tailor Shop.
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Kl MB m PER KQKTH.
'ract ftee with cv. ry daed.
faxes to Pay Until 1893.
1 lot of ,';, .h V-ure
iar. eUrt, locked on the
GE0. F. ROTH,
J':k8n& Hnrsf, office.
Detective Deveraux Twice More in
Charge of Moline Ofticerg.
The First Time for Ass.uli and the
merond.f.r ttambling Another
Sensational Phase or the
Tbe Moline gambling cases seem to be
proline of sensational features. Follow
ing closely on tbe Leels of yesterday's
incidents in court csme a number of ex
citing experiences in Moline last eve
ning, growing out of tbe 'same cases.
In Oliver Livingston's saloon early in tbe
evening, M. J. McEniry, of tbe counsel
for tbe defense, and Detective Deveraux
got into an altercation, and for a moment
it seemed as if blows, would be
exchanged. The detective offered a num
ber of threats and banters, which McEn
iry ignored, and this fuss had hardly been
quieted when George Tuffley entered
tbe place and it was not long until be
became engaged in an animated argus
ment with Detective Deveraux. during
which the detective struck Tuffley over
tbe eye and knocked him down. Tuffley
at once swore out a warrant for his s
sailant's arrest, who was taken before
Justice Mapes, and a fine of $4 and costs
imposed. The case was settled by the
payment of the amount of tbe fine.
At 1 o'clock this morning, however,
the detective wss again arrested in Mo
line pn information filed by Attorneys W.
A. Meese and M. J. McEniry, in which
gambling under the city ordinances wns
charged, it being alleged that Dereraux
bad engaged in the game in the perform
ance of his business. The bearing was
postponed until 11 o'clock this moroinsr,
Peter Schleuter going on the detective's
bond in the meantime.
The trial came up before Justice Mapes
at 11 o'clock, Carl Kuehl appearing for
the prosecution, and W. It. Moore for
tbe defense. Dever&ux admitted that he
had gambled, but beld that he did so as
a matter of business, and was not in
spirit guiity of the offense. Tbe justice
uevertheless imposed a fine of $10 and
costs, which he paid.
Tbe jury in the case of Perry Merry
man charged with gambling for money
reached a verdict last evening, which was
brought into court this morning, finding
the defendant not guilty. It is thought
that no more of the gambling cases will
come up before next week.
William Jackson has withdrawn from
t'je prosecution and hereafter State's At
torney Stargeon will probably appear
alone on behalf of tbe people.
Run a Bank and a Train.
No; every railroad can afford to employ
bank presidents for passenger train con
ductors, but the Cnicago, Milwaukee &
St. Paul has one. Jerry C. Cougblin,
who handles tbe Chicago and St Paul lim
ited as it passes over the river division,
is also president of tbe Hibernian bank
at Minneapolis. In addition to this Jerry
owns a wholesale bouse at Spokane falls
which for tbe year just closed yielded up
a profit of $14,000. This conductor also
has a liking for nice farms and owns
seven or eight in the best part of
Minnesota and tbe Dakotas. When
asked how be accumulated all this wealth
Coughlin replied: "When I was a boy
i;h ODly $35 a month I made it a point
to save J'10. There has never been a
month since I commenced to work when
I did not save something. Any young
fellow who will stick to this plan and
invest his money in good bank stock,
sound building societies, or, when the
pile gets large enough, in good improved
business property, will be astounded at
the way bis money will pile up on bim
Jerry Cougblin is considered tbe beBt
conductor on tbe Chicago, Milwaukee &
St. Paul system. Back in tbe days of
S. S. Merrill he was a favorite with tbe
management and was always selected to
run Alexander Mitchell's special train
when the old Scotchman was on a trip
of inspection. Cougblin is a terror to
to scalpers and their customers. In one
year he once confiscated 511.000 worth
of scalped tickets without making any
The St. Paul will be up tomorrow.
The Sidney passed down this morning.
Tbe C.J. Caffrey went north for logs.
The Verne Swain was in and out as
Tbe Pittsburg is expected to arrive
down tomorrow afternoon.
Tbe stage of the water was 1:40 at
noon; tbe temperature on the bridge 74
Captain George Lamont took the Libbie
Conger to Dubuque yesterday where she
will be laid np for the present.
Mace 4os to Rochester.
Harry Sage, Rock Island's crack ball
player, received today a dispatch from
Manager Morton, of tbe Rochester, N.
Y.clab notifying him that his terms had
been accepted as catcher for the Roches
ter club for the season, and Sage will go
east in a day or two to join tbe Rochester
club. He will play the season out, and
next year take an important part in the
organization of a club in Rock Island.
To an Argus representative. Sage ex
pressed his confident belief this afternoon
that Rock Island would have a'first class
ANOTHER CONSUMPTION CURE.
Dr. Germain See'. New Form of Treat
ment with Medicated Air.
Dr. Germain See has a new method of
treating phthisis, which is exciting interest
and attention just now. According to The
Lancet he shuts bis patient up for two,
three or more hours daily in an hermetically
closed metallic chamber, into which is
slowly admitted a current of compressed
air, which, having passed through a mix
ture of creosote and eucalyptol, is saturated
with t he vapor of these substances. Since
August last ten cases of phthisis have been
submitted to this treatment, all of which
cases, with one exception, had reached the
period of softening, and bacilli had been de
tected in the sputa. Tbe results obtained
were return of appetite, even in advanced
cases, gain of weight and strength, fall of
temperature to the normal in a week or
two, disappearance of haemoptysis, diminu
tion of coutch and of purulency of sputa
and cessation of dyspnoea. It is claimed
that the method reduces the malady to a
purely local lesion, all the general symp
toms disappearing. M. See related the
history of seven of his cases, all of which
were relieved and some actually cured.
The treatment has been efficacious in fetid
Tbe Pursuit of Beauty.
"Proper breathing is the first art to cul
tivate in the pursuit of beauty." Thus af
firms Dr. Louise F. Bryson, in an address
to working girls, in which she states that
the diflereuce in appearance between one
woman and another is more than anything
else an affair of style. The chest must be
enlarged by full, deep breathing, and not
by muscular action from without. Inflate
the lungs upward and outward, as if the
inflatiou were about to Hit the body off the
ground. Hold the shoulders on a line
with the hips, and stand so that the lips,
chin, chest and toes come upon one line,
the feet being turned out at an angle
of CO degs. It is wrong to make the
bony structure do most of the work in
keeping the lody upright. The muscles
should hold it in position. In walking,
keep face and chest well over the advanced
foot, and cultivate a free, firm, easy pait,
without hard or jarring movements. Ic is
impossible to stauil or breathe aright if the
feet are pinched.
When correct posture and breathing are
interfered with the circulation is impeded,
and deleterious substances in the blood
tend to make the complexion bad. This i
one of the many evils of tight shoes. Tc
be well sho.l h:;s a marked influence on
style. The feet symbolize the body iu their
way as much as the hands. According to
Dr. Dryson, nothing can exceed the vulgar
ity and hygienic wickedness of a shoe that
is manifestly too tight. For miery pro
ducing power hygienically as well as spir
itually speaking perhaps tight boots art
without a rival.
Next to the search for style pure and
simple as a means of health, the care of tht
complexion and the cultivation of the right
kind of expression are insisted upon. The
first is largely a matter of bathing and the
general hygiene of the skin, while the sec
ond a good expression is best secured by
the constant preference of higher thoughts
over lower ones.
Why Some People Cannot Drink Milk.
Some complain that they cannot drink
milk without being "depressed by it." The
Herald of Health tells that the most com
mon reason why milk is not well borne is
due to the fact that people drink it too
quickly. If a glass of it is swallowed hastily
it enters into t he stomach and then forms in
one solid, curdled mass, difficult of diges
tion. If, on the other hand, tbe same
quantity is sipped, and three minutes at
least are occupied in drinking it, then
on reaching the stomach it is so divided
that when coagulated, as it must be by the
gastric juice, while digestion is going on,
instead of being in one hurd, condensed
mass, upon the outile of which only the
digestive fluids can act, it is more in the
form of a sponge, and in and out of the en
tire bulk the gastric juice can play freely
and perform its functions.
An Important Duty of the U.hei
Hridal Party at Supper.
At a large wedding reception the part
played by the ushers is an important one.
There should be several of them, and tbeir
duties are thus enumerated by The Art
Interchange: "They stand at the door of
entrance and conduct each person who ar
rives to the bridal pair, mentioning the
name as they do so. Xo guest goes up
alone. This is more ceremonious, and is a
relief to timid or retiring guests, who
would have difficulty in making their way
through the crowd alone. As soon as the
person is presented, the usher returns to
the door to other guests. Several ushers
can be kept very busy in this way as long
as tbe reception lasts. Ushers are dis
tinguished from tbe other guests by tbe
large white favors they wear. As they are
generally Intimate friends of the bride
groom, they are given a seat at the bridal
table at supper." The bridal party take
supper at the same time as tbe guests. At
the bride's table are seated, with the newly
wedded pair, tbe bride's parents and her
bridesmaids, besides the ushers already
mentioned. The table is elaborately deco
rated and usually placed in the center of
Desfncii Can't b Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diceased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness,
anil that is by crmsiitulionnl remedies.
Deafness is caused by an iDflimed condi
tion of the mucous lining of tbe Eustach
ian tube. When this tuoe gets inflamed
you have a rumbling sound or imperfect
hearing, and when it is entirely closed
deafness is the result, and unless th3 im
flammation can be taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition,
hearing will be destroyed torever; nine
cases out cf 10 are caused by catarrh,
which is nothing but an infHmed condi
tion of tbe mucous surface.
We will give f 100 for any case of
deafness (caused by catartb) that we can
not cure by taking Hall's Catarrh cure.
Send for circulars, free.
F. J. Chknkt & Co.,
Sold by druggists, 75c.
The only corrplexion powder in the
world that is without vulgarity, without
injury to the user and without doubt a
purifier, is Pozzoni's.
STATE OP ILLINOIS, 1
Kock Island Couiitt. f"e'
In the Circuit Court.
Joanna I,. Becker vs. Charlen F. Becker. In
Affidavit of non-reeidence of the above named
defendant, having been filed in the clerk's office of
the circuit court of raid county, notice s there
fore hereby given to the raid non-recident defen
dant that the complainant filed her bill of complaint
in said court on the chancery ride thereof on the
Twenty-eighth day of Jnly, 18il. and that there
upon & summons issntd out of siidconrt, wherein
said suit Is now pendir.2. returnable on the first
Monday in the month of September next, as Is by
Now unless yon.the said non-resident defendant
above-named. Charles F. Becker shall personil
lybe and appear before said circuit court, on the
first day of the nextterm thereof, to beholden at
Rock inland in and for the said county. on theflret
Monday in September next, and plead answer or
demur to the saiu complainant's bill of complaint,
the same ana the mature and things therein
charged and stated will be taken as confessed aid
a dccri-e entered aaiuet vou according to the
prayer of the said bill.
Kock Island, 111.. Julv SR. 1891.
GEOKOE V. GAMBLE, Ckrk.
Adair Pleasants. Compt'e. Sol.
OrncE, Itooms 3, 4, S and fi Mascr.ic Temp'e,
j. p. m'eterh avskh,
R. A. lloNALDSON,
M eis fin-t Thursday in each month.
Sutcnbe now for stock in the first series.
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FOR SALE BY DAVID DON.
Fruit jars and jelly glasses
Cheap sugar; plenty of fruit;
every body is using jars and
glasses. I snail try not to be
without a good supply, of they
best quality. Speaking of fruit
jars, have you tried the disc
immerser caps? Same cost as
Import orders for fine china
are beginning to come in. Will
have much to show during July,
Q. M. Loosley.
CHINA ASD SLASS,
1609 Second Avenue.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. TJ. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
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- CUTTING - PRICES -ALTERATION
New cuts added to the list each week. Each, and every department offers
something to the sacrifice. Will begin tearing out front of main store in about
two weeks. Special prices for this week and until sold-
In our main store 1 720 and 1 722
One lot ladies' fine jersey ribbed vests cut to 44c eash. ,
One lot men's French balbriggan shirts and drawers cut to 44c.
One lot men's fine gauze shirts-cut to 11c each, were 22c.
One lot men's fancy colored 80 socks cut to 4c pair.
In our new annex No-1724
One lot ladies' Newport scarfs or shoulder wraps, fine cashmere silk em
broidered, fringed 97o each, worth $2-25 to $1.75. Colors cream.cardinal.blue
A small lot not so finely embroidered, 34c each
Short hip $1 corsets cut to 75c, elastic gore and perfect fit.
One lot boys' tennis flannel waists reduced to 1 9c
Other special values in satines, Madras Cheviot and Percale waists from
One lot girls' navy blue jersey cloth two piece suits, with white braid trim
ming cut to $1.11,
Reduction in flouncing and skirting embroideries.
One tot 45 inch full skirt width 44c
In our annex 1712 and 1714
Special drives in writing papers and papetries-
One lot superfine cream wove octavo writing paper 24c a box, containing
48 sheets paper and 48 envelopes to match: notice the price, 24c a box. And
the quanity is double the usual amount contained in box papers.
1 wo lots writing paper in fine decorated boxes 14c a box, contains 24
sheet3 paper and 24 envelopes to match.
1712. 1714. 1720. 1722 and 1724 Becond AvENtra.
Croquet 4-ball sets 82c
Hammocks, jute, Mexican 75o
Hammocks, w hite, Mexican 98.
Hammocks, colored, Mexican fl 15
Window screens, hardwood frame 28c
New chamber sets, handsome decorations, yery cheap. .
Picnic plates per 100 50c
Picture frames 8x10 with elss and mat. 3 styles S5e
Linen or cream wove stationery per pound S2o
Envelopes to match, iquare 10c
Decorated window shades with best sprint; fixtures. . . . . 32c
GEO. xi. KINGSBURY, Fair and Art Store,
1703, 1705 Second Ave. Telephone 1216.
G. O. HTJCKSTAEDT,
Manufacturer cf and Dealer in-
- Furniture, Carpets,
Oil Cloths, Curtains, Etc.
1SU and 1813, Second Avenue, ROCK ISLAND.
New i Delicious Summer Drinks
Thomas' Drug Store.
Ice Cream Soda,
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Do You Want to
If so, take notice of a few of the many bargains:
Gents' Tan colored shoes, former pi ice $4.00, reduced to $289
Gents' fine Dongola south ties
Gents' calf hand sewed shoes '
Ladies' - ooze cal ox tie
Ladies' Tan colored lace shoes "
Ladies' pat. leather ox tie "
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Lowest Prices and Best Goods at
1818 Becond Avenue.
Elm Street 8 tore,
2929 Fifth Avenue.
team next near.