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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, JANUARY 11, 189.
Itvv ili." i.irtl-.od ami results v.Ticn
vim of I is ta I-t 'i ; it is jiioasaut
;1 ivlri-l in- I the, n.r-fc, and acts
-!n;U-v( t t.r.i-ii' t'v on the Kidnc-vs,
i ;. is, cleanses tue sys--:V.y,
tli.-vls colvK lieacl
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t i stomach, pron.pt i-r.
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:-, ' .; : oi.ly IVom the fl'Ot
.' i :i-;ToaMo substances, it .s
: :t utilities common. 1 it
lave made it the liio&t
i'i.rs is for pale in 50c
wA $1 K-itili's by all loading dn:g-ci-is.
Ary reliaVio druggist who
unv not h:i3 it on Lund will pro
cuiv ii pron.pt ly fr any one who
i-i.e- :. try it. J)) not accept any
ckumm FIG SYRUP CO.
si', -HAXOiSCO. C.'L.
I-: t'AllA Alii.'' .t'-liv.reil ht your door
. .. - v-n-i;L" f.r Vi;:- per M-ek.
.iNEV T' I.oaN On chattel moneiiirrs.
ti:an 1". j. w-lry, unci all articles
J. W . J.ia.'!-. lt.w Second avenne.
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A ( ''! m1 !i'fm-n To t:ikf order"
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Ii.U. uiti'ry rcni;.itiy, of Biil-
1303 Second Avenue, over
Horde's Tailor Shop.
Subscribe for Stock
Tn tlip Sfrond serifs of the
Hom- I'.iiildincr mid Loan Asio-
fittion, of Uuck Island.
A safer and letter investment
:.n C-'overnmerit Lends, be-
''s&se th-- loans are made only
Pn t-s'ablished values and it
I'iijs raorf than three times as
tUilch interest. heKir'e tlie
"nionnt in vet ted and the profits
can ht- withdrawn at any time.
Muii-y loaned at lowest rates.
Ii. A. IhjNAI.IjSO'N, Prrnttary.
'"'its, T,a;r:r s. 4. 5 anil ii 51aci.ic Temple,
0. M. LOOSLKV,
:i-y, rLlEa and Tal)le f-a,,,,
THE LAST TRIBUTE.
The Final OnicedTaitl b? the Living
to the D ad
Funerals or David liowrn BR it Mm.
Maria R. Ilaici Vest, rdar
The Hand of leah.
Thef aneralof the lite DividBowea
vas hil 1 from the First M. E. church at
10:45 yesterday morning, Rev. F. W.
Mfrn-11, the pHPtor. cfE :'mtin. It was
in charge ot (he I. O. 0. F. , a larse rep
rescntation from that order being present.
The pall bearers were as fallows: Henry
Gri nam, Joseph Cameron, J-.m?s Hardin,
FtrdinhDd Davis, Tettr Gotisman and
The fltrMl offeri:.gs were beautiful and
in profusion, and tbe remains of Rock
11 ;mi's esteemed pionrer were followed
to tt.eir last resting piece in Chippianock
crn ctery by a larc;e nu uber of sorrowing
1HS. n.'.YKS' l CNKKAL.
The funeral of thi late Mrs. Msria
H. Hayes was held froti the Central Pres
byterian church at 3 o'clock yesterday
afternoon, being conducted by Rev. J
H. K rr, the pastor f the church, and
Rev F. W. M-rrell, of the F rst M. E
church. The pall-bea-ers were: E. W.
Hurft, J. F. R. binso;i, J. T. Xof sker.
C L. Walker, F. Q. Young and L. E
Tic qua. Notwithstanding the very dis
iif.'reeable weather, a lr"C number of
sorrowing friends W"re pre ent to py
the last tribute of respi'Ct to one, who was
in the hifrhest sense a truly good woman,
and whose many no ile deeds will live
after her. The remains were tenderly
Ui.i away in Chippian ck cemetery.
The funeral of thi late Hon S. W. j
Wheelock occurred frm his residence in
Mo ine at 2 o'tloek this afternoon.
Nearly all the stort s were closed and
factories shut down o it of refpect to the
deceased , and hundreds of men in line at
tended the fureral.
The fureral of the late Mrs. Almira
Fos'fer was held Satur lay afternoon, be
ir.j veiy 1 irfely attectled. Rev. F. W.
M- rrell conducted the semens.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Georjlna
11.1! penstell will be hi ki from the G;.t--ma;i
Lutheran church omorrow cf terLoon
at 3 o'clock.
Edward J. J.tcMa'ion, son of Mrs.
Johanna JieMt-hon, .licit at the home of
hi si-.,.-r, Mrs. John Daly, CtU Twenty
!',.unU street, at 1 o'clock Sundiy morn
i:'g of consumption, i ced 19 years. Tlie
deceased was one of it ck l-Uod's mist
lr.c.is.!oc yonnij men B rn and raise !
in the city he entered the employ of the
Wes'ern Union Telec-aph company at an
early ae as messerg.T boy, aud by close
application Lc sooa Mustered telegraphy,
and was q;7er. char: e cf the con.paoy's
nif;ht ffice here. T.iis position he held
f.irovir a year, ni his ability being
quickly Tecogn:Zv.'d ty the company he
was transferred to heir main oflice in
Chicago, and Inter to heir branch office in
the basement of tne 5rand Pacific bote:,
were through inhaling sewer f.;as, so com
mon in the larger cit es, he fell a victim
to the dread disease which finally carried
him away. Thinking that a change of
climate would prove beneficial, the com
pany last Aucust transferred him to San
Antonio, Tex., but alter arriving there he
only worked a wek, and was compelled
to give up. Since tnat time he has con
tinued to gradually f dl, and was brought
hack to this city by his mother and
brother about tares weeks ago, and
taken to bis sister's bome.where his death
occurred yes'erday. Ile was a younir
mun of exemplary labits, and his qnii t
unassuming mance- and pleasant ad
dress had won for hi n many friends, who
will fcincercly regret his untimely death.
The funeral occurs from St. Joseph's
ehureh tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock.
Thomas W. McTaggart died at the
home of his mother, Mrs. Jane McTac
gart, 82U Third avjnue, at 0:o0 o'clock
last evening, of the grip, aged 30 years.
He was an employe of the Rock Island
Plow company, and previous to this had
been employed at th i glass factory. He
was a bachelor, and resided with his
mother and two sisters. The funeral
will occur from the home of his mother
at 2 o'clock tomorrcw afternoon. Rev. J.
H. Kerr, of the Central Presbyterian
Edward Henry 8;hrieber, infant sou
of Alfred C. Schrieber and wife, died at
its parents' home, 34.19 Ninth avenue, of
strangulation, resulting from a coughing
spell on Friday ev.-ning, aged 1 month
and 15 days. The funeral occurred
from the parents' home at 10 o'clock
Mrs. Emma Lempfeldt. wife of Henry
Lempreldt, died at 1 er home, 1210 Thir
tieth street, at 12:30 o'clock on Saturday
night of the grip, tged 29 years. She
had only been sick two days, and leaves
two children, both boys, aged respec
tively two years, an l six months. The
funeral occurs from her late home Wed
nesday afternooon at 2 o'clock.
Mrs. Cordelia H irwoed, widow of the
late Henry Harwood, of Moline, died last
night aged 65.
ltnk unit Plnn.
The C, R I. & P. bridge trains to
Davenport yesterday had very little pat
ronage, the blustering weather tending to
keep most everyone at home.
TheC , R I, & P. yards were crowded
with cars all day yesterday, and the
switchmen were as busy sb could be.
The cause of the rush was east-bound
stock trains. Over 300 car loads passed
through yesterday to Chicago.
Notwithstanding the sti roi both east
and wes' yesterday, the trains on all the
ronis into the city were nearly on time
their progress not being retirded to any
The- esiiui-Ueii pross earnings of the
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific system,
both f-ast and west of the Missouri river,
for December are 1.480 93G, an increase
as compared with those of the corres
ponding month last year of 129,833.
The C.M & St. P., which has been
heating its maia Vni passenger trairs
with steam, hat now hegun to apply the
improvement to the o-hcr divisions. The
iraius running into R . k Inland on the
Racine fc Southwestern division are so
heated, ami the public will appreciate tois
disposition on the part of the Milwaukee
to promote the cimf.jrt and safety
of its patrons.
Court Jti'uienf pk.
Frank Mayno and Frank Smith plead
cuilty to bumlary, and to two counts of
larceny in the circuit this afternoon, and
each was sentenced by Judge Pleasants
to 18 months on the charge of burglary,
and one day in the county jail on each
charge of I'jrceny.
Roger MeOfith and Frank Kane were
each sentenced to 18 mootho in the peni
tentiary for robbery.
I have used Dr. BuU's Cough Syrup
and found it to give me immediate relief
from a very severe cough, which caused
me many a sleepless night.
M. Mamrotb, 140 E ouston st.,New Yrk.
A HiuiiHn Chameleon.
rrar.lein D ,of the corps do ballet
belonging to the Court opera bouse, ono
morning quite unexpectedly called to
see her colleague. Frauleiti S whom
faho found at her dres.-iiig taldo.
'"What:" said the rir.-t r.-imed ballerina,
"yon have already gray hair!"
"Yes," Miss S replied, slightly em
barrassed, "it turned gray in a singlo
night in conseqiu nee of sadden j-nief."
Next day Miss 1'. paid her friend
another vi.-it. This time, however, she
had completed her toilet, and thanks to
rn application of Jvta de$ Fees, her
hair was now a beaut H id Mack.
Ah!'' maliciously exclaimed the vis
itor, "today yotir hair has regained its
'Yes," was the reply, "it Ins turned
black again in a single ni-ht i:i conse
quence of a su.hlen joy." Daheim
An KnVvtu.il Ui nst.lv.
He There is certain young lady
deeply interested in tae, and while 1 like
her, you know, still 1 never could love
her. I want to put an end to it without
breaking the poor girl's heart. Can you
EUirgest any p!a::'.J
She Do you call there often?
lie No, indeed. Not any oftener than
I can possibly help.
She Call oftener. Truth.
Viiex pet-teil KesnlU
"There," he said fondly, "just to show
you how much I thought of you I took
your picture with toy new instantaneous
camera. Here it is."
"Do you think it looks like nic!" she
inquired, almost tearfully.
"Why er yes, of course."
"Then all is over. I cannot bo yours.
It must bo my money and not myself
that you seek." New York Sun,
Or Connie ITer Tlnokn Were Riglit.
She decided that the only way to run
a bouse economically was to keep a set
of books, so she made all the necessary
purchases, including a bottle of red ink,
and started in.
It was a uinutii later that her husband
asked her how she was getting along.
"Splendidly," she replied.
"The system is a success then?"
"Yes, indeed. Why, I'm sixty-eight
dollars ahead already."
"Sixty-eight dollars!" be exclaimed.
"Heavens! You'll be rich before long.
Have you started a bank account?"
"No o; not yet"
"What have you done with the
"Oh, I haven't jrot the money, you
know. That's only what the books
show. Eut think of being sixty-eight
"Cm, yes; but I don't exactly see"
"Why, don't the books show it?
"Of course, but the moneyl What
has become of that?"
"1 don't exactly know," she said doubt
fully. "I've been thinking of that and
I think we must have been robbed.
That's the only way I can explain it.
What do you think we had better do
He puffed his pipe in solemn silence
for a moment and then suggested:
"We might stop keeping books. That's
easier than complaining to the police."
James Cowden had the misfortune to
sustain a fracture of the right leg between
the knee and ankle while skating on
Rock river about a half mile above the
watch tower yesterday morning. He, in
company with F. W. Thompson, had
gone out for a skate on Rock river, and
Mr. Cowden's feet being cold, he attemp
ted to get them warm by stamping on the
ice, and in doing so his foot slipped, and
he fell in such a manner that his right
right leg got underneath, causing a frac
ture of that member. He was unable to
move, and his companion finding him
helpless, secured some hay and with it
male him as comfortable as possil !,
while he went to tue house of Goorge M
Lukens, a half mile aay. There he
found no one but the women folks,
and one of them took some
blankets dom and wrapped the sufferer
ia them while Mr. Thompson went on t
Benjamin Carr's house half a milj beyond
at d there obtained male help, who rc-j
turned with hfm, and Mr. Cowden was
carried to Mr. Luken's house where Dr.
Ludewigset the limb temporarily. He
was then brought home to this city, and
this morning Drs Lude-tg and II: gc
baeck, the latter of Davenport, properly
reduced the fracture. Mr. Cowden stiff-red
teiribly with p-iin and csM while
alone on the ice, after his friend had
gone lor sssis ance, and was m great ag
ony all night. While his sufferings are
now somewhat alleviated be feels hii mis
fortune all the more, because be wastak.
ir.g the exercise as a prescribed remedy
for organic trouble, with which he is
Mtj J. M. Beardsley sustained painful
injuries in the left side by falling heavily
against the corner of a billiard table in
the Rock Island house billiard hall Sat
urday night. For a time the injury
seemed very serious, as the major lost
entire we of his limbs, and was put to
bed in the hotel, and yesterday morning
taken home in a carriage. Today, how
ever, Dr. riummer reports that the out
come will not be as bad as at first feared.
O. O- F , Aticr.ti.a!
Ail members of Ucal Lodue, No. GuS,
are nq.ic-.ted to meet at Odd Fellows bull
at 1 o'clock sharp Tuesday, Jrt. 12. to
at'end the funeral of our l ite brother,
Thomas McTaEKett. By order of
Pmi.ti' '.Veiiiih, N. G ,
Wn.t mm GcL.nEi'.zorr, Sec.
A hi-.ndsome complexion is one of the
grea'et charms a woman Can possass
Pozzoni's Complexion powder gives it
nfe. iire an.l Thorniish.
The snfe.-t, surest and mot thorough
t 'i.ic for purifying and regulating the
fstem isabottie of Budweistr, prescrib
ed aud manufactured tiy Anheuser-Busch,
upon whom Americans confer the title of
Baro Wire Cots
are, without doubt, the most painful and
the worst looking cus or bruises an ani
mal receives. A man is not wise or
thoughtful who does not have a buttle of
Krr.u: e's German Oil. It is the great
German w-or.der for barb w ire or any
other kind of cuts ard bruisrs. Oaly
25c ard good fer man or beast, nartz
Cubeb Cough Cure One minnte.
J. E- Montrose. ;nac--r.
Friday and Saturday, Jan. 15-16.
The rtye!n"o:?ic.-il r.iii.-nifi,
Ahntu:i'ly Witlimit rara'.Iul.
da-, Jan, 1 1.
The World Kinimnt Reader
of I'unttered Tiiou-hts in a
Of II 9
Stirtlire tl rjiriatiiE T:irers.
A 2EVZLA7I3S OF ISIfiiliaSSC!
Never Before Develop d.
Defined by mauy Inspirational
A Mtstert as Mrrn tu Him
self as to You.
The Kqai ihrinm of the Scien
tific World cls-urbtd-Sp-rit-nalists
tnthc da k A complete
extioguifchmcut of skeiiici!-n).
l" and 2."c. Pale of seals boj'n Thnrs-
at Harper notice pharmacy.
to select 'rom. Why pay 40 cen'8
to $1.00 for which yon can
(jet for 10 cents at
C. C. TAYLOR.
1717 Second Avenue.
Ladies' Special Cloak Sale.
One of the largest, most reliable and satisfactory manufacturers of
ladies' cloaks of New York City finds himself much overstocked. He for
wards by express a lot of his choicest styles to McCabe Bros, on consign
ment, with a letter of instructions to use our own judgment and sell them
at whatever prices we think necessary to close them out. They arrived
on Saturday; we immediately opened them up, and found so many really
choice ityles m the lot that we have decided to place them on sale for four
days-Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of this week- All
that are not gone on Thursday night we shall return to the owner. As
above mentioned they are very select styles
Jackets faced with silk, some with vest fronts and some with long as
trachan collars and light fur trimmings. The whole lot will be placed on
sale at fully 83M per cent below value. We csn say no more; they do not
belong to us, and unless sold in four davs they will all go back.
line of jackets is still quite extensive. We shall make some further cuts
in prices for this week, oltering some of th? most tempting bargains w
have ever shown. If you are at all thinking of buying ard w 11 look
through our line we are sure to sell yon. We shall for this week add quite
a lot of jackets and wraps to our $2.50 table. Take a look. When you
see a table full of cloaks, jackets and wraps with privilege cf choice for
$3.50 you are likely to find something you want. Do not take the poorest,
always take the best two dollars and-a-half for a cloak or jacket, only a
fraction of the original cost in many cases.
We desire to make a clean sweep of every garment in the department
or we would not be likely to name such absurd prices. Give us as early
a call as possible.
1T20, 1722 and 1T21 Second Avekcb.
Type Writer Supplies;
Picture Framing a Specialty.
Special prices this week on
Baby McKec, )
Tom and Mariah
1705 Second Avenue.
We will this week offer
values in fine toilet soups.
Steriirg Tar Soap 3C
Turkish Bath 3C
Uncle Chris, an extra large cuke finely
Baby M Kee Pencil Tablet. 53 siz
Flora " ' lij "
Tom and Mariah. ' 5e "
lJousle bhites 12c, 17o,
Slate and Lead Pencil.
1703 Second Avenue."
GEORGE II. KINGSBURY.
Telephone No. 1 215.
A fine Line in the Newest Styles, the best
Assortment Ever Shown at Lowest Prices.
G. O. IIUCKSTAEDT,
1S11 and 1813, Second Avenue, EOCK ISLAND.
We predict the universal use of
Dr. Mann's Celeorateil Cough Syrup
for "La Grippe," all coughs, colds, croup, and
all affections of the throat, lungs and bron
Its sale has more than doubled each year since
its introduction, and the year 1891 stands out
as the banner year of its existence.
Made and sold at 10c and 25c per bottle by
T. H. THOMAS,
For CHOICE HEATS Go to . .
H. Treman & Sons,
Poultry , . Oysters
and Pork Packers. and
I Came. Lake Fish.
All telephone orders promptly filled. Telephone Ne. 1103. 1700 Third Are.
SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds ot Carpenter Work Done.
General Jobbing dene on short notice and utitfacttoa guaranteed.
Office as Slum 1412 Fourth Avemno. ROCK ISLAND.