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. .THE ARGU8. - MOWDAY,- OCTOBER 5
. ..,l,,I nn.l results wncu
I l'f r -; ''3 t:i!;en; it is pleasant
F!: , t!io tote, and acta
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rT11.'., T..o. 1io Eva.
iiflilv, tli-i" Is colds, head-n"jUfev-3
n'.i 1 euros habitual
Wnip of Figs is the
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' to tiic sumach, prompt in
; prepare.! iin
ES7-.i,::;t qualities commend it
hnvo made it the most
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;l bottles DV an leaning arug-
jIev rcuaiiio druggist wno
).-.' it. on Land will pro-
it pr-niptly fur any one who
) trv it. Io cot accept any
,mm FIG SYRUP CO,
i'Clfl A. a.
Mool - Books,
Ki and Second-hand.
BiM . !' ih ii Poxes, Ka"ers, and
f r-ythin necessary for school.
iiantff Bir: i k nit ntary geography for
id !. a-i.;-.
;,-, :i;i!ti' ira;ihy for Gu.yots ioter-
.f. Nm. ! arith!!H"t:c for Keller's primary
cir. -au- iii Uify by gelling yonr school
1717 Second Avenue.
J, E. REIDY,
FOR PALE .
r fHi: farm. So;i h Kuck Island.
mi h .ii Mi an.
:Vra. (Mrl Bvrnn, 111.
:r. Iowa. Kani-uii aud Nebraska.
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i' r :f t avtT.ue.
f i bii- nt'n enmf re.
- ctit'.i'(. in ri ff .imr nartii of thp ritw
Ur.i- !! lihir. to d investments.
-i fir tline l'.rni cUm tusurince con-
f03 Second Avenue, over
HoDpe's Tailor Shop.
f ( ITT. G 3 GKOVB
t:c Bt ai.j sar,..t Sarins Bank and Sure
,lf Uig i'rottta.
M'v 'V .' oreriwo-inirtH or the addi-f-;w.c,"
A numb ' houBea wiU be
:5; r-3 m 110 :$5.0B PER KOXTB.
Attract '" t- --
FTaxes to Pay Until 1893.
rJvU,;3s, an Opportunity of yonr Lifa
'l r T,',lr',' ,ot h',tore thly :etl fold.
moL .u"".1 "u lrge sum of
ii ' . 'i""3r toKlay aud secure
JSchr..;. . ,-C a "b-diTision jnst platted
m , Bm- Bnd locked on the
niuu.' in , c rallwy. belujr about five
t.. . Ir0Q " Postofflce. The land is
T-.weT- WitH b,',ali,ul
'1:Ce '.riT,ucr; aiCe'y ,;tuated nmot ad-
&E0. F. ROTH,
' Jackson & Hnrst.i oEee.
They Come Suddenly in Two Sad
JamcaX. IlaHtins,r Thl ;ily, and
Jahn Hinlier r. of Hampton
Uinfrs called U Hbou't Warn
ln Uthrr OeathH.
James M. Hastings died suddenly at
his heme, 314 Thirteenth street, at 9:30
o'clock this morning, of heart failure,
aeed 72 years. Mr. Hastings had been
ailing the paEt few days, but nothing
serious wms apprehended. This morning
he partooli of a hearty breakfast and was
apparently feeling better than usual.
While silting in a chair conversing with
members of the family, he suddenly fell
to the flo:r. He was picked up and
placed upon a bed and medical attend
ance summoned, but it was toe late, and
he expired a few moments after. lie had
been a ret.ldint ot the city about 25 years
and leayt s besides a widow, eight chil
dren as fellows: Mrs. James Edgar, of
this city; John Hastings, of Joslin;
George Histmgs, of Mojave, Cal.; Mrs.
Frank McDonald, of St. Louis; and
William, of this city and Ellen, James
and.Char'es, who reside at home.
Daniel Bopes, an old and highly res
spected resident of Edgington townsiiip,
died on his farm there at 2 o'clock this
morning, aged 59 years. Mr. Bopes was
one of the pioneers of this section and
enjoyed tue highest esteem in the com
munity it which he had resided so many
years. He leaves besides a widow six
children ts follows: Mrs. Mylo Lloyd,
of Edgirgton, Mrs. Charles Laflin, of
Atlantic. la , Thomas Bopes, of Edging
ton, Mrs. Frank L&flin, of this city;
Isaac Bopes, of Atlantic, la-, and Nellie,
who resides at .home. The funeral will
occur fro n his late home in Edgington
township tcimrrow morning at 11
Kisr an .
Matthew Rispan died at his home,
306 Twecty-first street, at 5:45 last
evening cf asthma with which he has
been a sulerer for five yews. He bad
lived in Eock Island 25 years and most of
that time bad been employed as civil en
gineer on the island. He was 53 years of
age and leaves a wife and five children:
William, Matthew, John, George and
The funeral will probably be held
Wednesdhy morning from St. Joseph's
John L. Lindquist died at his home on
First avt nue between Eighteenth and
Nineteenth streets at 2. 3D o'clock
thin morning, aged 45years
Be wasturt by an explosionof dyna
mite while employed in excavating on
Fourth avenue last January from which he
never recovered and has been bedfast a
number of months. He leaves a widow,
and six children ranging in ages from 9
to 21 years. The funeral will occur from
his late home tomorrow morning at 10
Mies Eatie O'Donnell, daughter of
Patrick O'Donnell and wife of Carbon
Cliff, and well known to many in Rock
Island, di :d at her parents' home In that
place yesterday morning at 6 o'clock of
consumption, aged 23 years. The
funeral will occur tomorrow morning
and the rc maim will be taken to Sheffield
for interne ent.
BCDDSS DEATH KSAB HAMPTON.
Hampton, Oct. 12. John Hinsberger,
a farmer residing one mile east of Hump
ton, died suddenly Sunday evening at the
residence of Joseph J. Thomas in Hamp
ton. Mr. Hicsberger was in his usual
good health during Sunday, and accom
panied by his wife hud come to town to
yisit friends. They called on Mr. Thomas
and remained to supper. That meal was
just fluithed when Mr. Hinsberger fell
forward ii his chair and died instantly.
Dr. HuDtt r was called and pronounced
death camed by heart failure. Mr. Hins
berger was a native of Germany, but em
igrated to this country come 40 years ago.
He was 64 years of age and leaves a wife,
five daughters and two sons. He terved
durirg tbe late war in the Ninth Illinois
volunteer cavalry and was a member of
McDaniel Dost G. A. R. The funeral
occurs tomorrow at 10 o'clock from the
Y. M.C.A. Stea.
A delegation from the T. M. C. A.
consisting of E. B. McKown, H. Hanson
and C. E. Adams, visited Andalusia yes
terday and held a meeting in tbe interests
of association work. They were greeted
with a large audience.
Four delegates will represent the Rock
Island association at the state convention
at Jacksonville which opens next Wed
nesday. The reption committee will hold
special meeting this evening; a unique
etitertaincient is in the wind.
The J. W. Van Sant aSd Jo Long each
brought down eight strings of logs.
The Ve ne Swain came down and the
Verne Swain, J. W. Van Sant and Jo
Long pasted op.
The staie of the water was 0.80 at
noon; the temperature on the bridge 62
"Know ye not. who would be free
themselves must strike the blow, so do
not wait i nd suffer; but put on your hat.
go to the nearest diuggist, and ask for
Salvation Oil, the great pain cure,
"' Saturday Evening; of Prof.
V. o. Peteraoa and Ml-a Jtnaie A.
Lindeborz- at Angaaiana Chapel.
Prof. V. O Peterson, professor of
physics and chemistry at Augustana Col
lege, and Miss Jennie A. Lindeborg, a
well known and popular young lady of
Chicago, were married Saturday evening
at 8 o'clock. The ceremony took place
in the college chapel in tbe pretence of a
large number of friends of both parties.
The bridesmaids were Miss Anna Nortin
of Putnam, Id , and Miss Effie Bloom
gren, of Chicago. Messrs. F. A. Johnson
and N. E Krou, both of the theological
department of Augustana college, were
groomsmen. PresLeat O. Olsson per
formed the ceremony according to the
ritual of the Swedish Lutheran church,
Prof G Stolpe presided at the organ.
A special choir furnished vocal music.
A reception was given immediately
after the ceremony at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. J. Hasselquist, where 150
guests spent a very enjoyable evening.
A large number of beautiful and costly
tokens of friendship were presented to
the happy couple and congratulations
were fairly showered upon them.
Prof, and Mrs. Peterson will have their
home at 8804 Seventh avenue, this city.
Oeat-Tor Attorney, veneral.
The Union and other beneficiaries of
tx Congressman Gett's good will, have
been debating for some time the serious
question of what provision to make for
that gentleman in apolitical way. It was
natural to suppose that the landside of
last November had buried Gest for all
time, but it seems that his friends are de
termined to resurrect him. The result
of several conferences among the office
holders in this city was announced in
the Union yesterday morning in a long
aiticle formally announcing the candi
dacy of Mr. Gest for the attorney gener
alship of the state. O! course the an
nouncement was a surprise to the gen
eral public, as the select few had kept
their plans carefully to themselves.
Neither did it meet with that hearty ap
probation among republicans which the
wire-pullers expected. In fact there were
numerous antagonistic expressions to tbe
scheme, and even among those who favored
it, there was no feeling of confidence in
the success of the effort to have Mr.
Gest placed on the state ticket.
There is a question, however, if the
federal clique who have concocted the
idea of presenting tbe name of Mr. Gest
to the next republican state convention
as a candidate for attorney general, are
sincere in their declared intentions. It
has been hinted by some of the ex-congressman's
friends in the lower
counties that he - should be re
nominated for congress again in
1892, trusting to a presidential y6ar to
pull him through. His most ardent sup
porters in this county, however, have
sufficient political sense now, to know
that he would succeed no better than he
did last year. To dispose of him pleas
antly and at the same time effectually,
may be the object of these whilom friends,
if not, they are certainly very shortsighted
in supposing that they can secure Mr. Gist
the nomination sought for. In the first
place it will be impossible to secure a
solid district delegation for Mr. Gest, and
without that it is of little use to aspire for
the place. Then I. N. Pearson, the
present secretary of state, resides in
Macomb, aid as he is a candidate for re
election, it is not expected that he or his
friends will look with favor upon Mr.
Gest's aspirations. On the whale it looks
as though the republican ringsters here
are laying the foundation for a good
sized row among the faithful throughout
the congressional district.
Xtw Order Organized.
State Organizer L. B. Ind instituted
Washington ctmp No. 83 of Illinois of
the Patriotic Order of Sons of America at
Odd Fellows' ball Saturday night.officers
being elected as follows:
Past President J. D. Bollman.
President J. H. Kerr.
Vice President E. E. Lawyer.
Master of Forms David Parker.
Rec. Sec G. D. Petcher.
Asst. R:c. Sec C. H. Gardner.
Fin. Sec. W. E. Bailey.
Treasurer E. Schmitten.
Conductor J. R. Stengel.
Inspector W. H. Cook.
Guard P. Hoffman.
Chaplain Samuel Blythe.
Right Sentinel E. C. Alexander.
Left Sentinel C. M. Kelsey.
Trustees John Gardner, C. G. Wood
and A. L. Petcher.
The camp starts with 60 charter mem
bers and the order in its declaration of
principles claims its purpoee to be the in
culcation of pure American principles
and reverence for its institutions; the op
position to foreign interference in any
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
form in this country, and the preserva
tion of the Amerioan system of public
scnoois. It is believed to be similar to
the American Ptotective association, ex
cept that there is not the same disposi
tion to conceal its membership and pur
poses. Court ullliias.
The circuit court was reconvened by
Judge 8mith at 2 o'clock this afternoon
and the caEe of Pietson, administrator o
the estate of J. C Eggleston vs. the Rock
Island & Davenport Ferry company,
an action for damages for alleged careles
nessin not providing the proper railing,
etc., to guard against accidents, called.
Eggleston is the man who was drowned
off the ferry on July 6, 1890.
Judge Smith this afternoon rendered
his decision in the Emmus Swing habeus
corpus case; diimisHEg the proceedings
of the lower court and will hear the
case on its merits next Friday.
I had a severe attack of catarrh and be
came so deaf 1 could not hear common
conversation. I suffered terribly from
roaring in my hcd. I procured a bottle
of Ely's Cream Balm, and in tbree weeks
could hear as well as I ever could, and
now I can say to all who are afliicted
with the worst of diseases, catarrh, take
Ely's Crerm Balm and be cured. It is
worth 1,000 to any man, woman or
child suffering from catarrh. A. E.
Newman, Grayling, Mich.
A handsome complexion is one of the
greatest charms a woman can possnes
Pozzoui's Complexion powder gives it.
A DKEAU OF HAPPINESS
Maybe followed by a mornlug of "La Grippe."
Jiasily, and why? Bccuue the displacement of
covering in bed, a neglected draught from a partly
cloed window, an open tmnsom connoted with
a windy entrj in a hot, 1. my convey to your nos-
ixii ana innirs the death-dealine biat. Terrible
and wift re the innia 19 made by this new des
troyer. The meciicated at oho'lic principle in
Hiwiettcr's t-tomach Bitters will cluck the dire
complaint. A p rsistencc in this preventive or Its
further development will absolutely ctcckma'e
the dangerous ra ilady. Unmedicatcd alcoholic
stimulant' are of little or no vslue. The ju-t me
dium is the Bitters. KoleescfQcicions is it in cases
of malaria, bi.liousness, constipation, rheumatism,
djspepsia and kidney trouble. Tb.3 wck are
usually those upon whoa disease fastens first.
Invigorate with the Bitiers.
A Eelielous asd Healthful Confection 1
THE PUREST AND BEST CUM
EVER OFFERED TO THE PUELICI
ITS MEDICINAL PROPERTIES ARE IMVALOABLEI
S02S THEOAT, COUGHS AUD COLDS,
AND IS HWHLT BENEFICIAL TO DYSPEPTICS.
tt whitens the teeth and sweetens the breath, im
parts a pleasant taste to the mouth, and an agree
able feeling to the stomach.
Bore's Choc-To Gum is the best, trv it once, and
you will use no other afterwards, if any dealer
you ask for it. has not 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 BORG'S CHOC-TO CUM,
69 JL 61 S. CANAL ST., CHICAGO, ILL
Hartz & Bshnsen, Wholesale Afrents for Rock
SUBSCRIBE FOR STOCK
In the Second aeries cf the
-Loan Ass aciation,
- A safer and better Investment than Govern
ment Bonds, because the loans are made only
onon established values and it pays more than
three times as much interest, besides tbe amount
invested aid fie profits can be withdrawn at any
time. Money loaned it lowest rates.
R. A. DONALDSON, Secretary.
Orricx, Rooms 8, 4, S and 6 Masonic Temple,
Reading or writing by artificial light
makes business for opticians, at the best.
People will do it, though ; and that's why
they want good lamps.
A good central draft lamp is the
best substitute for sunlight to be had.
Perhaps electricity may some day diss
place them, but today, if yon want the
most useful, pretty and suitable thing for
a wedding or anniversary present, proba
bly a good lamp comes nearest to filling
I have both kinds those made to
sell, and those to do service.
G. M. LfOOSLEY.
CHIKS, OLASS AKD LAMPS,
160 Second Avenue,
TJ. S. Gov't Rfoort, Aug. 17, 1889.
Weather calls for warmer clothing.and
in nothing do we find such comfort as
in good warm undergarments.
We shall offer for sale this week a
number of early bargains which were
not Secured in thn roimlar v on ,4
which are not again to be duplicated
wueii present lots are closed.
We have men's nnrierRhirranrnl rt,-nr-
ersfor 18c which are worth more, also
alineofcolnrpr! nnri wliltamoiHnn a o
A job a limited quantity scarlet wool
miiHu smris, sizes 34, 30 and 38,
which will go at 39c each.
Anotner lot of the 'Swits Conde"
shirts and drawers, nnlnm funn tan
and white (not all sizes) but what we
nave got, go at $1 each.
Men's nnderwear in erev. wl.lte and acarlrt In
many grades where you ean sec a e'ear saving of
i; per cent.
A lot of Shetland and tan mixed funcv merino
half bo e, a big j b at 20c per pair.
A great drive in suspenders, were all the way up to 30o; this week
your choice for 1 2c.
1712. 1714, 1716. 1718, 1720. 1722 and 1724 Second Avknub.
Art Store. The Fair.
Oak easles, something new. ,,w trsmes.
Oak screens. New Toys,
llbums. New Dolls.
Picture frames. Can't mention them all. Come and see
Jrape tissue paper is used for all kindf or yourself.
of fancy work. Watch for our
We now have a large stock SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
No. 9 drawing books. next week.
. 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. nUCKSTAEDT,
1811 and 1813, Second Avenue, EOCK ISLAND.
You Can't do Without:
Dr. McKann's Celeljratefl Congii Syrup,
The very best preparation made for Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, and all lung and
CURES LIKE MAGIC !
Good alike for children and adult.. Two s'zes ID and 25c.
Thomas' Celebrated Kidney and Livsr PILLS.
These pills arefjst taking the place of the more expensive remedies f r all kidney and
V7"tT"V''? Because they are easier to take, cheaper in prce and gire tetter
" - - -1- rt suits.
Give them a trial. Kone equal them. The
mail, on receipt of price, 25 cm. a bottle. Made
- Special Shoe Sale -
300 Pair Men's Shoes,
250 Pair Ladies1 Shoes
REGARDLESS OF COST
Men's Tan Colored Shoes,
Ladies' Hand Turn Shoes,
Ladles' Hand Turn Shoes,
Ladies Hand Turn Shoes.
Remember there is only a limited amout of the above bargains, so come ear.y
Central Shoe Store,
1818 Second Avenue.
Expose yourself unnecessarily. The
early cool weather calls for prompt
protection. Our special rare bargains
for this week should be especially
Ladies' natural gTey mixed wool
vests and pants, silk binding and silk
embroidery only 47c each for all size?.
Sanitary grey mixed ribbed vestsacd
pants at 50c each.
C Ladies' white and grey wool jersey
ribbed vests at 75c. worth $ 1 to $ 1 .25-
Ladies all wool scarlet knit and rib
bed vests at $1, worth up to $1.50.
All prices and quaiit.es of ladies
vests and pants on which we can show
in many lines a saving to buyers of at
least 25 per cent and in some instances
1 hildien'e white mer'no vests and pants beln
small sizes at 10-, rislt g Sc each s ze.
The nBtnral wo3l erey shirts commence small
sizes at 14c, larger sizes but Blight advance.
Second Ave. Telephone 1216.
proprietor will forward tfcim to ary address by
Rock Island III.
Regular Price $3.00t reduced to $2 25
" 3.50 4 00; " " 3 75
"5 00 5 50; " " 3.75
" 4 00; "2 89
2 50; " I.75
" " 3 00; " 2 25
" " 3 50; 3 78
" " 4 50: " 3 25
Elm Street Store, ,
2929 Fifth Avenue