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THE ARGUg, MONDAY, OCTOliE li 5 1891.
.n,l results when
MrU'i, taken; itispleasaDt
01 f .., tim tnste. and acta
rfL colds, head-
4 m-3 ami chits nauiiuai
?3, r l.n.l ever rro-
? . t tlie tast? and ac-
e ' , . i.. l..ofi..;.il m ita
'' .. 'l ",-reoai lo substances!, its
rv!l.!'t o'laiiiios commeuu it
I I I. Til IW II.
1 . -f fi for sae n 50c
:l biitties nv nu it-awing ui-
Anv rename uruggisn. u
t have it on bacd will pro-
K tlT uoi accept auy
fejMM 70 SYRUP CO.
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:' 'Jntf .r.
si anil Second-hand.
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P! : ' x' " Ku erp, and
-:;. r.Inp r. ci'ssary for school.
H - t ' uiary gtoraphy for
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-'i.'7i; 1-' yTAj-hy for GuyotV idht-
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.fN 1 ' fjr Felter'9 primary
1717 Second Avenue.
J. E. REIDY,
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ai i-- :r. rtff-:. M pari ff the city.
i ii-.w- rjioa investments.
c': f tiri-e :-(Ut inturiuce co n-
w Second Avemie, over
HoiDpe's Tailor Shop.
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''""''' Bank and Sure
':-vv.mi''''V ""-'to-th!rdf of the ddl
''tuicf. nauilwr of boaes will be
ll: Eft 2CWS Mil 15X1 pes mm
::'ct 'r:e with ptfn iIaoiI
Iaxes to Pay Until 1893.
J'll"iy oi your Life
1 I ? hk--re fcey i t all rod
., t.LV tli-ll&v MUil f tiro
Stbi'i..' a ,ai-aiMion jut p'.Ltud
L '-t ' '.':t Erl"" aEl1 loc'tel on the
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ft ma 5t " 7 ,;tnatd Ddmntd-
5 n cf
GE0. F. ROTH,
L. II. Dad ley Strangles on a Piece
. of Meat.
Hi Hilar Draaine Afi. r an Aonlz.
Idz Htraxde Ve.trr lay Xoin
Tlie Sirangi ratal tj-.
Lewis II. Dudley strangled to death
on a piece of beef al his home. 1705
Fifth avenue, abaut 12:45 jes'erdiy
Mr. Dudley had jast sat down to din
derwithhis family and had partaken of
but one msu.hful, whea be arose sud
denly from the fable and seizing a glass
of waUr attempted to swallow its con
tents, but failing Mis. Dudley detected
that he was in agony and cal.ing to mem
bers of the family Mr. Dudley was assis
ted out to the back porch, where by signs
he indicated that something hd become
lodged in bis throat, and while every ef
fort was mhde to remove it, all failed.
Messengers were dispatched for physi
cians, and D Catl Bcrnhardi soon ar
rived and used every means t extricate
the niorst 1 of food w hich had become
fast, but could not succeed. Mr. Dudley
had become unconscious from the pain
and struggle for breath, and bis jwa
were locked, and it was wiih great diffl
culty that an instrument was inserted be
tween the tetth, but it fsiledof removing
the cause of Hlratgulation, and within 10
minutes from the time he sat down to bis
dinner table he was a corpse.
Mr. Dudley was born at Austintu e,
Ohio, and would lavj been 51 the 17 h
of next month. He cime to Rook Isl
and 21 years ago last AfTil and had re
sided here continuously since. He was
twice married, the sreond time to Miss
Nellie Taylor, Oct 29. 1871. who sur
vives him. He also leaves four children;
Wilber. Myrtl. , Tracy and Gracie, the
widow beirgthe mother of the last named
two who live at home.
Mr. Dudley was a member of Black
Hawk lodge SI, A. O U. W., in which
o-der he carried a life insurance poliry of
2.000. The lodije will attend in a body
the funeral which is to be held from the
First M. E. church at 2 o'clock tomor
Mrs. Caro iae Shawback died at the
home of her granddaughter Mrs. George
Voss 1009 -TLird avenue at 5 o'clock yes
lerday aftern on tf cancer of the stom
ach, aged 73 years. She leaves one ton.
Henry HauscS, of Des Moines. Iowa,
who arrived in the city this moraing.
Mrs Catheiin Cronio wife, of Philip
Cronin. died at her home 3502 Fifth ave
nue at 4:20 v sterday afternoon, after an
illness of several months' duration. She
was the motl.er of six children, only
three of whom survive her. They are
Michael H. C ronirj, of Council Bluffs,
and Mary and Izzie, who reside at home.
Little Eugene Cronin, who was fa'ally
injured by aa electric car not lorjg since
was a son cf deceased. The funeral
occurs from St. Joseph's church tomor
row morning at 0 o'clock.
The jury in the case of the Webster,
Marble company vs. Mrs. E!:zi Robins
returned a verdict for the defense Satur
Charles Wi:I. alias Charles Barton, wis
sentenced to two years in the penitentiary
by Judge Smith Saturday afternoon for
The cafe of George Spaid, of Ce, who
sues Prof. Davis, principal of the Port
Bjron public schools, for $5,000 dams
ages for an alleged injury to his daugh
ter, Ora Spaid. whom it is said the prin
cipal slapped across the ears so that she
is in darger of losing her hearing.
No more packets this season.
The J. G. Parke came down
dredge and Se barges. '
Tie Irene D. came down and
Mountain Belle passed up.
The stage cf the water at noon was
0 20; the temperature on the bridge, GO.
The Verne Hwain was in and out as
usual in the Heck Itlsnd and Clinton
F, nt ! Predie loirn.
FoBter, one of the numerous weather
prophets, save that formers should man
age their work so aa to crib their corn
early, for otbtiwise thty will lose lo?s of
it by a very eiirly winter and great snow
storms. Farm stock will need unusual
care very early in the winter and the
weather will average very co':d through
out the winter, with suddenjehanges and
storms that will be of great injary to
stock not carefully sheltered.
The mi mbet s of Black Hawk lodge No.
81 A. O. U. V7., are requested to meet
at A. O. U.W. hall at 1 p- m sharp on
Tuesday. Ot. 6, to attend the funeral of
Brother L H. Dudley. Service at the
Fire t M. E. CI urch at 2 p. m. Members
of the lodge ate invited to attend.
I C. Hemeswat, M. W.
J. L. Free an, Recorder.
I D.ipsl Coldr,
Headaches nd fevers, to cleanse the
system tffectutlly, yet gently, when cos
tive or bilious, or when the blood is im
pure or slugg sh, to permanently cure
habitual const pation. to awaken the kid
neys and liver to healthy actmty. with
out irritating or weakening them, use
Syrup of Figs.
The tmatta -sw a l.e la Jaatlee
Cokes t'or.'.-M.rrU Anyway
The preliminary trial of William Swing
the Rock Island conductor, charged wiih
adultery and fornication by Fred Em
n ons came up before J.aiice Cooke this
t-ornina and the defendant enteied a
moiion for chane of venue. This was
refund by the '.quire because the appli
cation for it had not been made at the
time the defendant first appeared in
court. The cse was then heard and
Swing was bound over to the January
. j ..j m luo BUln OI 5aw wniiam
VcEniry. as counsel for Swing, has rmde
appl.cation to the circuit court for a writ
of hah as corpus.
Tbe cse was refetrtd by Jude Smiih
to Master in Chance-y Curtis and is being
heard hy him this afiernoon.
The A rocs of Saturday recorded the
diffloultks Isaiah Hart an African citizen,
had in tecuring a bride in the person of
Mattie Kelly, a damsel of his own race,
whe fnh r. George Kelly, objected be
cautie oi tue gin's tender age, being not
yet 10. Hart at onetime obtained a license
to marry the gill of his heart, but the
stern father of the would be bride inter
posed so forcible an ot j -ction that the
document was returned. But the groom
was persistent so much so that today
Kelly hid h.ui arrested. Constable Ejk
hart performed the service, when it was
learned that the young couple procured
a license in Davenport Saturday and there
had been quietly wedded. It is another
of those cases where love laughs at hoary
John MoGraw. of Dtvenport, was fined
3 acid costs for iutoxication.
Cha:Us Beck nd Charles M. Hoffman
were run in by Oficer Carlson for dis-
i"Siut peace. inej win nave a
hearing this evening.
Thomas Maxwell was discharged by
Mse!8Tit Wivili Saturday, there notbe-ir-g
suffkioiit ground to hold him on the
charge of larceny of a skiff from Port
Charles Johnson was arrested by Capt.
Long Saturday night for creating a dis
turbance at the dance at Armory hall. He
was fined $10 and costs in the police
court this morning.
Alice Ortell, Bertha Brockman and
Kate Wydruff, three Davenport creatures,
were arrested by Offi.-tr Mulqueen last
evening for reckless driving and bois
trous conduct. Magistrate Wivill fined
each $5 and costs this morning, and they
Fantlne Spittle and Other Panacea.
"Can any one tell me the therapeutical
ralue of fasting spittle?" asked a quiet
man; "I know that old wives, as the Bay
ing is, take great stock in it for warts,
birthmarks, corns, bruises and even small
cuts. Indeed, old nurses seem to believe
that their saliva in the morning before
taking food is a panacea for every kind of
skin complaint. But did you ever hear of
the nap of an old beaver or silk hat being
used as a styptic? You will find it a capi
tal one, and for burns and scalds, if placed
over the wound in sufficient quantity to
keep out the air, it will draw out the heat
rapidly, as any hat manufacturer will
"Deep sea fishermen and fishmongers
generally hold that nothing is better than
a piece of fishskin. Eelskins are com
monly used to cure rheumatism, and are
considered infallible by some. A negro
minstrel once told me that nothing
stopped bleeding and assisted nature's
healing work so well as burned cork."
New York Recorder.
Great Ocean Bontra Around the World.
Like railway traffic, steamer traffic fol
lows certain main routes or grand trunk
lines, having numerous feeders or subsidi
ary lines. The great ocean thoroughfares
of the world are: The route across the At
lantic, through the Mediterranean sea,
Suez canal and Red sea, to India, China,
Australia and eastern Africa; the route
by the Pacific ocean to Japan, China and
Australia; the route by the Atlantic ocean
down the east coast of South America, and
around Cape Horn to western America and
Australasia, and the route down the At
lantic and the west coast of Africa, around
the Cape of Good Hope, to east Africa,
Australasia and the east. The number of
steamers traversing these grand routes,
and those tributary to them, is estimated
to be more than 11,000. Lieutenant Ridgely
Hunt in Scribner's.
T-jite Stragclera Always Suffer.
Bluffer Wtiat'sthat? You don't mean to
attend our reception tonight? I'd just like
to know why?
Buffers Well, if you must know, every
time I Lave attended any sort of a gather
ing at your house, I've lost my hat.
Bluffer Well, why do you always stay
so infernally late? New York Weekly.
Wanted His Welcome to Ia.t.
Spatts Miss Elder ia much older than I
"Well, I asked her if she had read
'iEsop's Fables,' and she said she read
them when they first came out." New
.aeSna77 - f t
be Abbe Pradt. a rnahllcrht. nf'
taAn. i . .. .
tZ"" " v a most conceitea man.
The Duke of Wellington was alwavs de-
iigntea to tell a story of meetinz him in
Paris at a dinner given in honor of him
self. The abbe made a long oration, chiefly
u Buin ot political affairs, and con
cluded with the words, "We owe the sal
vation of Europe to one man alone."
"Before he gave me time to blush," said
the duke, he put his hand on his heart and
" 'To me!' "
When Napoleon was at Elba he read the
Abbe Pradt's Memoirs, and was vastly
entertaiued by them. Indeed, he is said to
have roared with laughter, and if the abbe
could so enliven the pining exile, he surely
did not live in vain. It is stated in these
memoirs that when Napoleon met the abbe
BU 1U m v arsaw, after the French had
retreated from Russia, the emperor was
much impressed by his personalitv. In
deed, he sat uown at a table and took notes
of the ablie's conversation.
K.'.'Xow," sai l opoleon, on reading this,
always hear both sides. I was then writ
ing Maret to say:
" 'Send that silly Pradt back to his dio
cesel' "Youth's Companion.
Plenty of Sales.
The book agent, like the sailor, finds
that wind has a wonderful effect upon
his canvas. Yonkers Statesman.
. The young man, like the mosquito, ia
often mashed on a pretty face. Balti
I feel it my duty to say a few words in
regard to Ely's Cream Bilm. and I do so
entirely without solicitation. I have
used it more or lees half a year, and have
found it to be most- tdinirable. I have
suffered from catarrh of the worst kind
tvrr since I was a littl boy and I neyer
hoptd for cure, but Cream Balm seems to
do even that. Many of my acquaintances
have used it with excellent results. Oscar
Os rum, 45 Wsrren avenre, Chicago, 111.
Having used Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
for the last few days, to my gratification
I flad it did me a great deal of good. I
had a severe cold which it cured in a very
few days. C. C. Robertson, 139 Main
street. Ljr.chburg. Ya.
Ch cat and Bstorn for f 4 97
On On. 6 the C, R I. & P. will sell
round trip tickets to Chicago at a rate of
onu fare for the round trip.
A handsome complexion is one of the
greatest charms a woman can possass
Pozzoni's Complexion powder gives it.
Call on E B McKown for hard wood
and soft coal. Telephone 1.19S
A delicious and Healthful Confection!
THE PUREST AND BEST CUM
I t .; CVCR OFF! PCD TO THE PUBLIC!
ITS MEDICINAL PROPERTIES ARE INVAIUASLE!
SOSE TH23AT, COUGHS C3LIS,
AND IS HIQHLt BENEFICIAL TO DYSPEPTICS.
It whitens the teeth and sweetens the hreath. im
parts a pleasant taste to the xaouth. and an agree
able feeling to the stomach.
Bora's Choc-To Gum is the bet, try it once, and
you will use no other afterwards, if any dealer
you ask for it. has cot got it. take no other, but go
somewhere else. You will find all progressive
dealers have it. that is the class of dealers to pat
ronize always for anything you want.
CHEW BORC'S CHOC-TO CUM,
69 A 61 S. CANAL ST., CHICAGO, ILL
Hartz & Bahnsen, Wholceile Agent for Bock
OrncE, Rooms 3, 4, S and 6 Mas-nlc Temple,
Why not pay the same amount to the Bosie
Bul'ding and Loan Associat.on each mocth that
yon are now paying for rest, aji acquire a home
of your own.
Lm awarded at lowest rates.
Stock in the firs teries may be bal upon ap
pl'ca'.lon to the Secretary.
Plenty of the open jelly
tumblers on hand now, for all.
A car load of Mason quart
jara in stock. It's a little late,
perhaps, but there's no need to
let the peaches Epoil now.
. Q. M. Loosley.
CHJftl, OLAfS ASTD LASTS,
1609 Second Avenue,
Highest of all in Leavening Power. TJ. S. Gov't Rcrjort, Aug. 17, 1889.
Wednesday and Thursday of this
week to see the grand display of fine
We wilt on Wednesday and Thursday
next, if the sun lends its favor, place
on exhibition our
NEW PATTERN HATS AND BON
NETS. Some very stylish work by eminent
Eastern trimmers will bo shown, and
also the charming designs of our own
superior artists and trimmers, which
will be sure to make every visitor want
a new hat.
What !fi correct in Mjle you will oee here, what
yon do not see. jon notbelikelytowant. Har
mony m colcr- will prevail. Skillful ni rtist!c
naudlingof lich materia tUn tr.ulnr,.. ,i..nir..i
1 We extenl!.ordial invita!!on toevery one read
ing in tb! and snrmnnnino nt; i . u,
nlar department on TVednetday and Thursday of
Hoped to have our new front ready in
time to use for our Grand Millinery
Opening, but delays and disappoint
ments seem to prevent'an early comple
tion of our alterations, however wa
shall oertainly m -ke it up to our pat
rons by the unusual rich display of
choice novelties coupled with the most
moderate of prices.
The entrance to cur millinery depart
ment is through our extreme eastern
store at No. 1724. which is at present
used for the main entrance to the
entire store. ', .
AUTUMN AND WINTER
Moch is expected of ne In th's depi rtuenf, ind
your expectations will be fully met and satisfied.
StjllMh ga menlr-you expect of usand ny'ish gar-
mens you tb tll have. i
Xo woncer that neighbor fells neighbor about'
the great variety an 1 wonderful hargai ns un' it on
any comfortably cool d iv cotQmers fairly ewa-m
1712. 1714. 1716. 1718, 1720. 1723 and 1724 Second A vkntjk.
: NEW GOODS :
Oak easles, something new.
Jrape tissue paper is used for all kindf
of fancy work.
Y e now have a lartrs otr-rb-
So. 9 drawing books.
Can't mention them all. Come and sec
Watch for our
GEORGE H. KINGSBURY,
1703, 1705 Second Ave. Telephone 1216.
Chamber Suits, Side Boards,
Hall Stands, Parlor Suits,
A fine Line in the Newest Styles, the best
Assortment Ever Shown at Lowest Prices.
G. O. HTJCKSTAEDT,
1811 and L813, Second Avenue, EOCK ISLAND.
You. Can't do Without:
Dr. McKann's Celetoleil Dousli Syrnp,
The very best prrpiration made for Congas, Colds, Bronchitis, and all larg and
CURES LIKE MA.GIO !
Good alike for children and adults. Two s ies 10 and 21c.
Thomas' Celebrated Kidney and Liver PILLS.
These pille are firt taking the place of the more expensive remeJie fjr all kidney snd
"V7"T3""ST"'? Becaise they are easier to take, cheaper in pr ce and cire tetter
-- -- result.
Give them a trial. Kone eqaal them. The proprietor will forward them to ar.y address b
mai', on receipt of prUe, 25 cents a bottle. Made only by
T. H. THOMAS,
Rock Island HI.
- Special Shoe Sale -
300 Pair Men's Shoes,
250 Pair Ladies' Shoes
- REGARDLESS OF COST
Men's Tan Colored Shoes,
Ladies' Hand Turn Shoes,
Ladies' Hand Turn Shoes,
Ladies Hand Turn Shoes,
Regular Price 13.00; reduced to $2 25
"3 50 4 00; - 8 75
" 5.00 5 50; " " 8.75
" 4 00; 2 69
" 2 50; " 1.75
' " " 3 00; " " 2 25 "
" " 8 60; " " 2 75
4 50: " " 8 25
Remember there is only a limited amout of the above bargains, 10 come esr.y
Central Shoe Store,
1618 Second Avenue.
Elm Street 8tore,
S929 Fifth Avenue