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1 refresu' to the taste, and acts
t.ivvft p-mptiy on liie iviuues,
tr hi 1- w-s' "leau5es tte SP
en'ectual'f, dispels colds, head-
9-m and levers aim cures naouuai
PV ron!"1'? PI US kiiiu era fiu-
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r. rota i ne Riusiances us
tT fSlt. m-:it ijiiauuts i-oiuiueuu it
J ari l nave made it xao most.
rup tf F'ii'3 is for Fale in 50c
Jl' bottles "by all leading drtig
Anv reliable drusrsrist 'who
r'not have it on hacd will pro
t it promptly for any one who
U to trv it. 1)j not accept any
hiicnpnn Fin syrup rn
JUTHERS tn1 BABIES
C, C, TAYLOR.
J. E. REIDY,
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(V. aul fiiailm- lto befure porcha-
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Second Avenue, over
soppe's Tailor Shop.
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LOOKS KAlHElt bMALL.
The Inhuman Treat men t of Jesee
InftBHioai aad Helpless HeioMi-Bt
to Kork Inland C Uet llini Out.
of Henry t onntj liko.
Mition f tho Remains.
Tbe cause of the condition Jesse A.
Miles wag in when I rought to Rock Isl
and Monday night remains a mystery.
The coroner's inquen so far as it pro
ceeded last night wts unable to elicit any
further facts as to what brought about
that condition, but t nough was brought
out to warrant the saspicion that the un
fortunate man in hie helpless and uncon
scious condition wa shipped to Rock
Island to get him out of Henry couuij
before he died, and therefore save that
county the expense of care and burial.
From all that could be learned the man
was sent about from pillar to post until
he could be packed into a train for Rock
hland. It would not seem that he had
received any medical or other attention
until he reached Rock Island, and no mat
ter. what the cause of his comatose state.he
was then beyond the reach of medical
Coroner Ilawes' jury, composed of H.
C. WiTill. foreman, James Blai6de!l. L.
V. Eckb&rt, Robert Wall, Phil Miller and
George Long met at the pol'ce station
last evening and opened the inquest.
Dr. G. ii. Ejster was the first witness
examined, and testified to visiting the
patient at the station Monday evening
and finding him in a comatose condition,
suffering from a shoes with evident symp
toms of concussion of the brain, but with
no external evidence of injury. The doc
tor was of the opinion that the patient's
condition was resultaut from injury to
the brain. The path nt sank gradually
until bis death. The doctor afterward
had examined the bocy for external ev
idence of injury, but could find no
Mrs. Mary L. Neuhius, of Davenport,
testified to knowing Jesse A. Miles, the
deceased, 10 years, and had last seen him
ahve two years ago in Davenport. Next
time she saw him was after his death
Tuesday night at the police station. Wit
ness knew him to be a respectable man of
steady habits, and his occupation a fire
man on a steam shovel. His father and
mother reside at Rome. N. Y., and wit
ness eave the names of brothers and sis
ttrs of the deceased in vsrious parts cf
the country. He was about 4 years of
Kisht Captain Long testified to con
veying the body from the Rock Island
depot to police headquarter?, and of the
man's gradual failing condition from the
time he first saw bim.
Conductor J. N. Forney, of the Rock
Island road, testified to bringing tbe body
from Colona to Rock Island the station
agent and other m;n ptt the unconscions
man on tte train at Colona saving he
was broucbt there by a C, B. & Q. train.
That was all Conductor Forney knew
about tbe case.
The coroner's jury hai by this time ar
rived at the conclusion that the unfors
tutiate man, who was Bcowa to be in a
dying condition and without friends or
money, had beenthippec into Racbjlslard
county by some one it Henry c unty
contrary to statutes, an 1 it was therefor
decided to adjourn tht inquest until S
o'clock this evening and in the meantime
to send Constable Eckht.rt to Colona to
look into the case and see where the man
This morning, however, Unclerlhker
Boies, of Davenport, accompaned bj
relatives of tbe deceased, came over to
Rock Island with a note ''rora Mrs. C. M.
Miles for the remaios of the unfortunate
nun. Coroner IIawt3 after considering
the case and consulting County Judge
Adams gave his consent to tbe removal
of the tody on cenditkn that all cx
pecses here be me'. Tl is requirement
being complied with Undtrtaker Wheeln
turned the body over to Undertaker
Boies by whom it wesconveyed toDavm
port, where it is supposed the interment
will take place tomorrow.
This late development will stop ary
investigations as far as Rnck Islauri
county is concerned and t le corner's jur
will, meet tonight and agree upon a verdict
in accordance with such f icts as have al
ready been presented in e idence.
Coal Valley, Aup. 19 The weather
is intensely warm. Vegetation growing
' C. Barton was here from Cable Sat
urday and Sunday.
Miss Tillie Martin will teach the Park
school next term.
Miss Irena Peters is attending the in
stitute in Princeton, Burea j countv
Miss Helen Pryce will teixh the Ginger
hill school in Bowling towi ship.
.M:ss Etta Barton has ret lrned from a
four weeks' visit ia Woodf ird county . I
Some of the folks are going to ctrap i
meeting cow. Many others will go Sun
diy. Corn is looking well, and will make a
fine crop if tbe frost does not come too
Fred Myirs visited his foiks. returning
home last week. He is stcp.icg in St.
But li'.tle thrashing has been done yet
on account of the frequent showers. 1 he
oat crop is good.
Albert Holt formerly of 1 ere, since i n
Cable, and at present in Nebraska was
Thers hav bee'i several esses of "the
disease prevHi'.irg am.-rgst cuttle. S.me
have d:e.. ,.. ui effi e!.
The bees tc drirs ricbt well r.t prcs
ent. but complaints are inado iht lha
fy n"1 floored.
Thorn a pBUi has built a new house on
the nito of the old one that was burned,'
n-s H u. U- u occupying .t
Many of our people are looking anx
iously ior the time that the birhecuo
Comes off. aich commences on the 31st
and lasts thrne daya.
Wtlham Mjcrs a cousin of Fred's, who
was here some years ago as a carpenter
and builder, but is no w a medical student,
was Lere a snort t:me ago.
The vacancy ocoasioned bv J. ?.
Stoddard's ree-gnBiion has been" filled by
chosi..K- Willum Frauing. Mr. F. is a
teacher of experi. zed and will Coublless
Jokn T'rtjjio n has secured a pension,
navm tasde application six or Seven
years . go r-oeiv-.. bk piy i.trf
of aiplie.'.uon a.i new over $3.K ami
will hereaftei get 12 pension per mouth.
Rev. Teirhane, who has been supplying
the pulpit of Bukh church since-Ust
April, has returned vi his koiue in Ken
tucky or. account of his tieoltb tailing.
He is a licensure, bnr not. abie to attend
the stininary ihe next bessiun.
Miss Mary Prjee has cmceied lier en
gagement ia oi-r public scL..ol to tske
cherge of a school lu Racice. Wis Miss
Pryc bs taugbtour prixsry rlepariment
for a uumbtr cf ye;i,-s. We ire s-ry to
lose so good a pric .ry iastruclcr as she
Ms Minnie Martin will uacu in one of
the rooms in the Cable school next teira.
Miss M. has tuus'ht in oar schoul, aiso in
Fulton citfci y. She i a graduate of
Knox c.Ml-ge.. ucl Is fully f tipvsd to
to Use chariv of a r'.om in The Cable
Mi.-s Fan:1" Fre'nrg has b'jen en
gaged t. fli; rhi" vuxu-r maje by the
resignaUm of Mits Prjte ia our sehdol.
'-.i.-'s Fr- fb -ri ia n expfiriep,-.ed tesclier,
havicn oi capii-d the rnrnarv room ia our
school ' r piiptor (f yTg. ard aiier
oouie jraro' aaseuce shi. wiii oe able to
enter upon the new duties w ith renewed
interest and al'i.ity.
In the stoiiii on tue 9th the lightning
struck the o'd Coal Valley hotel, ran
down the end of the bnildtn?, knocking
off the plfi8ter and tidintr. B ;ing unoc
cupieiinoote was hurt. It s'ruek a
wireatj.rry L.-ea' and killed several
pi?s. and a!s siruck Jmcs Biiley's cat
,.. " h'-b v:zz cc:-;p:ci ty - youg
calf, wnira was not mjuud.
F. C. Killing has purchased from F.
Xaylor. a 'second-handed thrashing ma
chine and entire outfit. Mr. K. is a large
operator ia sugar cane. When the sea
son for nisking syrup conies he will be
engage 1 crushing ihe cane. He has di
miiiishrd his acreage one half this yttsr
oa account of the decline in sugar, li
this ths tffoct of the Mcnjnley tariH?
Ceafnast Can't b. Cord
by local arplications, a they cannot
teach the dicesed portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness,
ami that is by eonotiiuiioritl remedies.
Deafness is ciused by an icfljmsd condi
tion of the mucous iiain? of the Eustach
ian tubo. When th s tune gets inflamed
you have aruuV.;i.g hound or imperfect
hearing, and when it is entirely closed
deafness Is the result, and unless ihi im
flammation can be taken out and this
tube restored 'to its normal condition,
hearing will lin ifiitnu,.l fr,.r. nin
cases out of 10 are c.iused by catarrh.
wuicn is nothing but an inflamed condi
tion of the muuous surface.
We will give $100 for any case of
deafness (caused by catarrh) that we can
not cure by taking Hall's Catarrh cure.
Send for circulars, free.
F. J. CnitxEr & Co.,
Sold by druggists, 75c.
The C. R. I. & P. R. R will sell round
trip tickets to Independence from Aug.
22 to Au. 27 nt reflucfd rates.
Good qu'Uity .jf ternis flannel shirts 23
d.-nts at Simon vfc Mot-- nft ldf-r's.
P.ach ice crenm at Krell & M ith's.
W hile Moch; glovts at Bennett's.
Office, Rixmig 3, 4, 5 and A Vas:nic Temple,
Why tot paji the same 'amon.it to the Hotne
!Bai:rtiug flna Loan Association each month that
yon are now pay.iig for rent, anl acquire a home
J of year own.
Loan awarded at lowest raU:.
Stoci in the 6r: series may be had upon ap
plita'ion tl the Secretary.
Good looks are more than skin deep,
depending upon a healthy condition of all
the vital organs. If the liver be inactive,
you have a bilious look, if your stomach
be disordered you have a dyspeptic Jook
and If your kidneys be affected you have
a pinched look. Secure good health and
you wit! have good locks. Electric Bitters
is the great alterative and tonic acU
d'rrch -.c ?br?c v:r! frs-s. Cures
pimpV--, bloiches, boils and givrs a good
complexion. Sold a- Uartz & Babnsen's
drug store, 50c. per bottle.
The finest and sweetest line of French
candies just received at Krell & Math's.
All kindj of white gloves at Bennett's.
rT i ,.r
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Brings out the defects, if there
I guarantee everything I sell.
If you den't like it when you
get heme with it, you can re
G. id. LOOSLEY.
CHIN, ASD f,
ltkJft Second Avenae,
Rock ? land.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. 1 P. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1SS9.
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TO BE HELD AT & g f If ff
IE DAVENPORT, IOWA, 6i3
SEPT. 7, 8, 9, 10 5 11
' ' ' FRIDAY.
SEVENTY ACRES. Xew and elegant ground within rlty limit
Hteain and Ktertrle Mtreet Kallways earry .aKHencrrH and exhibits dtrertly
into th,. jjrcu::i: All bnltdlsss new and romniodiouN. Ample arrammtda
tioiiH for Stx-k and KxhibltH.
One Solid Week of Comfort, fun and Instruction
TUESDAY, S.-pt. 8th. 1 :.0 p. m. N"o. 1.24
Trottl'iK, (imst! r i-K). No. -J. -J: Trotting, purse
No. .1, 2 r.-O l'.M'lns, purse SUV,
WKINKSIAV, S-.-of. flt'.i.-l p. m. No. 4.
2:23 Trottlii". jiuish .-400. No. 5. 2:.w Paciu;-,
purse $Ml. ".. . 2-year-oW Trotting, pun,
SiUO. M ile hea is, I wo lnlhiee.
TirUKSDA V. Sept. 10. 1 :T0 p. m. Xo. 7. Three
minute Trotting, I'Urse S100. No. 8, Free-for-
all Trottinp. I'urw SiOO. So. 9, Three-year-old
FRIDAi. Sf-pt. 11, 1:30 p. m.Sn. 10, 2-37
Trotting, jiirse 4i. No. n, Kn-e-fnr-iili Piu-.
fug. l'ursf 54it0. No. 12. Jii.lre Blair stake Ka-
iorMitsiri ny juiiu'm Ulair; .T, to emr. slOl
added ;f veto "liter, three to start. Mile heats
two In tlirt- ; iJiM to wiucer, SI'S u Kecoi.d horse.
AI! entries cloi Momlav. Spt. ". 11 o'clm-k, p
m. For Kntry IHauks aiid l reiuluiu lasts ad
dress the cretiirv.
MISSISSIPPI -RIVER CARNIVAL.
I" The attraction for Tuesday night Is the Grand CARNIVAL of Boats
on the Mississippi River, Illuminated by an Immense display of Fire Works,
Colored Lights, and magnificent Set-Pieces on Barges for that purpose!
Wednesday, Sept. 9. at 1 0 o'clock a. m., Crand Bicycle Tournament.
A Crand Concert each day by Strasser's Second Regiment Band,
4-0 men The oldest Band In the State.
EXCURSION RATES ON ALL RAILROADS
JOE J. HEBERT, Secretary,
JAHNS & BERTELSEN;
Tinware And II0U6K Fcknishino Goods.;
1612 SECOND AVENUE.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Croquet 4-ball sets 63j
Hammocks, jate, Mexican 76c
Hammocks, white, Mexican 9gc
Hammocks, colored, Mexican fl 15
Window screens, hardwood frame ..." 28c
New chamber sets, handsome decorations, yery cheap..
Picnic pJates per 100 5(c
Picture frames 8x10 with cliss and mat, 3 styles '. 85e
Linen or cream wove stationery per pound S'ic
Envelopes to match, (quare iOc
Decorated window shades with best spring fixtures 82c
GEO. 1. KINGSBURY, Fair and Art Store, -
1703, 1705 Second Ave. Telephone 1216.
HERE IS A BARGAIN FOR YOU
LACE CURTAINS. :
A Pair for $1.00, Former Price $1.75
41 1.10. " 1.90
" " " 1.25, " " 2.00
' " " 1-75, " " 250
' " u 2.50, " 3 50
" " " 2 75, " " 3.75
" 3.25, " . 4.25
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT,
1811 and 1813, Second Avenue, EOCK ISLAND.
WE LEAD THEM ALL
IN MAKING FINE
TRY OUR LATEST DRINK,
Peaches and Cream.
the finest dricks at
Thomas' New Fountain.
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Do You Want to
If eo. take notice of a few of the many bargains:
Gents' Tan colored shoe', former pi ice $4.00, reduced to $289
Gente' fine Dongola south ties " " 32.5; " "2 68
Gents' calf hand sewed shoes " " 5 50; " 4.50
Ladies' ooze calf ox tie 1 tn-
Ladies' Tan colored lace shoes " " 4.00- u 2 R4
Ladies' pat. leather ox tie 44 . " 2.00- " 1 42
Lowest Prices and Best Goods at
Cential 8hoe Store,
1818 Second Avenue.
Elm Street Store,
2929 Fifth Avenue-