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THD ARGUS.THUK8DA1. APRIL 2), 1892
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3htb flfh at Young's.
STawbetries at Young's.
3fcw tomatoes at Browner's.
3ke oranges at Browner's.
Fiesh river fish at Browner's .
- JeTsej sweet potatoes at W. A. Eb-
Portj different styles hair bands at J.
Jbsuer t Son's.
loBooried SwiBS and Edam cheese at
!Xnatoes, spinach, lettuce, onions and
mkrj at Young's.
fkgle, double and triple hair bands at
Jt lUmMr & 8on's.
' A. lull line of Heinz & Cj.'s bottled
jmxI at W. A. Enleb's.
Mei school at Armorj hall Satur
ij rvenhig. Ladies free.
"WaaUi Girl for kitchen work in res
Anraat. , 8045 Fifth avenue.
Gold.-tilTer, tortoise shell and nickel
3aiz bands at J. Uamser & Son's.
Miss Allie Taylor, of Eljfin. is visiting
natives and friends in the city.
Bh- bands at prices to suit all - 9c to
X8. 23 ea :h at J Ramser & Son's.
Mi;. I P. Lore, of St. Louis, is in the
afcj visiting her sister, Mrs. C. W. Schle
3JL SS24 Thirteenth avenue.
3F jout eyes trouble you go to Ramser
atr & Son and you can have them prop
m?j attended to without risk.
. lis elaborate programme of Easter
wbhc at Trinity church will be repeated
TVs Bock Island Citizens' Improvement
MMciktiDn will hold an important special
.-areticg this evening.
Aw.ion Sale Furniture, carpets, etc.,
CaBrdy street, Davenport, Iowa, Fri
Jkor and Saturday at 2 and 7 p. m.
' Auction Sale Furniture, carpe's, etc. ,
XS Brad street, Davenport, Iowa, Fri
J? and Saturday, at 2 and 7 p.m.
3j. Hamilton is a sharp, spicy speaker
sonstantly keeping his audience in the
Sent of humor by bright and witty sallies,
kicn pp in wfien leabt expected.
B-W Haislip. and family are now at
ikiBock Island bouse. They leave for
Chicago Saturday night, which city for
2k summer will be their home.
A bill of divorce has been filed in the
w&c of the circuit clerk by D. S. Lewis,
a3Uine, from bis wife, Hilda Lewis, on
3hsrounds of extreme and repeated cru-
its. Mary 4. Leonard, widow ot the
kte Sheriff. Nat Leonard, of Davenport,
"was suited in marriage to Philip Daum
afflbt court house today by Judge Adams.
3Sra Louise Livingstone has been
istlxtr at the piano during the absence
jf the regular pianist of the Barnes &
Juamers combination which is playing
3fl Harper's theatre this week.
Lieut. John B Hamilton, of the royal
-wry, has traveled through Iadia, Egypt
tsxi all the European and Asiatic coun
in, as well as Africa and South Ameri
sv. ' Being a traveler as well as an orator
JM-aerer fails to interest his audience.
(Suit on (III ) Journal.
3on't be induced to throw away your
oey by sensational advertisements of
i7etyled traveling opticians where you
am have no recourse, when you can have
j3 errors ot refraction perfectly correc
and guaranteed at one-third the price
5f iiermanently located graduate opti
armu at J. Ramser & Son's.
3fc sot allow your eyes to be tampered
.-fit by unknown fakirs as ' lost sight
xpi returns," but consult a regular and
jram&ently located optician. We fi". the
.ijt tad rectify corrections by the most
jwioved and scientific method, Retin
jmtBTf, insuring an absolutely perfect
3fec will of the late Augustin Zimmer
mta was admitted to probate in the
Br. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Is The Best.
Firstly. It is the oldest Cream of Tartar Baking Powder
it the world, and has stood the test of 40 years..
Secondly. Its makers have never succumbed to the
temptation to introduce ammonia or.alum.in their goods, for
the purpose of cheapening the cost.
Thirdly. It is made from the purest Cream of Tartar,
jefined in the immense plant at Jersey City controlled by this
company, by patented processes used by no other refiner.
Fourthly. The governments of the United States and
Canada have endorsed Dr. Price's Crejun Baking Powder after
thorough examination, as have also the heads of our great
?raiversities, prominent physicians, boards of health and the
TXcMic. It is used in the United State i Army and .JNavy and
Ha. the cuisines of the most select clubs, hotels and private
Fifthly. It is just what it is represented to be, viz: a
ryire Cream of Tartar powder and can stand on its record
xiiftout any bolstering up by means of fraudulent certificates,
oar resorting to any other tricks practised sometimes success
fully by other makers of so-called "absolutely pure" powders.
oout ty court today. It bears date ol
April 15,' and was witnessed by Christian
Scbiatz an Joseph L. Haas. It bequeaths
$1 1) his daughter Amanda Schmidt and
thet alance Atter paying all debts to his
other daughter, Pauline Schmidt.
Charles Lincoln Smith can be consult
ed today and tomorrow only at his par
lors on the second floor at the Harper
home. Take the elevator. Remember it
cosfci no more to employ a first class ex
pert than to risk your vision with an in
exrxrienced band. Consultation costs
Tlie demand upon Dr. Charles Lincoln
Smith's time on hit last visit, and the re
quel t which induced his return to this city
proves that be fills a long felt need in
this 3lly ot a reliable and scientific opti
cian, at a reasonable price. People who
an ia any way ffl cted with bad eyesight
shonld read his notice on the eighth page.
8. J. Apple will tomerrow epen his new
flour and feed store at 801 Third avenue
He will always be plentifully supplied
with baled hay and straw and also butter,
eggs and other produce, and fresh and
saltel fish. Mr. Apple is a thorough go
aheal business man, and will conduct a
first class business in all respects.
Di n't say that honors never come to
newspaper men. The Moline common
council last - night elected EzraL
Eastman of the Republian-Journal poor
master of Moline in token of his services
during the late campaign in that city
Ezra should feel proud of the fact that
the council thought a little more of him
than to elect him pound master.
Of Lieutenant John B. Hamilton, who
lectuies at Harper's theatre next Monday
tvenng on. "The Lsnd of the White
Czar,' the St. Paul Pioneer Press says:
"Lieut. Hamilton, who is a graduate of
the universities of Heidelberg and Edin
burgh, speaks several languages with a
fluency unsurpassed. As an orator he is
fiery and impassioned, and is preemi
nent fitted by information tnd exper
ience, both to instruct and entertain.
The R ick Island Traveling Men's asso
ciation is now nicely located in its new
rooms in the Mitchell & Lynde building.
The new quarters are indeed a credit to
the association, being handsomely fur
nished, and are as pleasant and homelike
as one couid possibly wish. The associa
tion is in a very prosperous condition
numbt ring now about 50 members and
with g iod prospects of miny more. The
rooms will be formally opened on Satur
day afternoon, April 30, when a reception
will b; given to the members and their
The conductors and trainmen who have
been in session for twodiys at St. Joseph,
Mo., f nished their labors Tuesday night
They adopted a schedule which will be
presetted to Manager 8t. John, with a
request that it be put into effect on May
1. Among other things the new sched
ule provides for a reduction of the runs
between here and Atchison by putting on
an additional crew, with the pay of con'
duct or 3 increased to $150 per month; and
on the run from Rocs: Island to Chicago
ai increase of pay for conductors to
$150 i er month .
The distressing news was received in
the citv this morning of the death of Dr.
J. E Mcltvaine, surgeon of the National
Saldieis' hospital at Milwaukee, which oc
curred there last night. Dr Mcllvaine
was wtll known here, having been for a
number of years hospital steward at Rock
Island arsenal, and later was transferred
to Milwaukee. His death is made all the
more distressing from the fact that his
wife is confined to ber bed, the result of
an accilent some time ago. His mother-ia-law,
Mrs. Agnes McAuley.
matron of the hospital of Rr.ck
Island arsenal, and sister-in-law, Mrs.
Georgia Bixby, leave this evening to at
end the funeral
By special Rraet.
In response to the request of his msny
friends and patrons, Charles Lincoln
Smith, the successful Chicago optician,
last night returned to this city, and can
again be consulted at his Harper house
parlors. The phenomenal success of this
learned expert on his previous-visit in this
city is demonstrated by a number of tes
timonials from people of this vicinity, in
cluding some of our most prominent citi
zens. who are unstinted in their praise ot
the doctor's skill in correcting defective
vision. The doctor will remain in the
city today and tomorrow, and a large
number of our people will doubtless take
advantage of this opportunity to secure
assistance which the experience of their
friends has demonstrated to be reliable
State of Ohio, City of Toledo.
- Lucas County. t
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is
the senior partner of the nrm of f. J
Cheney & Co, doing business in the city
of Toledo, county and state aforesaid, and
that said firm will pay the sum of one
hundred dollars for each anu every case
of catarrh that cannot be cured by the
use of Hall s Catarrh Cure.
Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this 6th day of December,
A. D.. 1886.
A. W. Gleasos,
seal Rotary 1'ubiic
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and acts' directly upon the biood cud
mucous surfaces of tDf STstf.-m. Send
for testimonials, free.
P. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O
Sold by druggists, 75c.
What is more attractive man a pretty
ace with a fresh, bright complexion! Fc
it. use Pozzoni's Powder.
I am seventy-seven years cid, and hive lud
my age renewed at least twenty yers by the
use of Swift's Specific so that sow I ux!
like I was about fifty-seven. My trouble wis
Eczema for fifteen years. My foot and ls to
my knee was a running sore for two yjr.rs,
and physicians said it coald not be cur;!.
After taking fifteen small bottles S. S. S. there
is not a sore on my limbs, and I am weil. and
have a new lease on life. You ought to let
all sufferers know of your wonderful remedy.
IraF. Stiles, Palmer, Kansas.
SCI CI 19 A WONDER FTL REMEDY
X X especially for old jop-. It buiid
KJkJ up the general health. Treatise oa
the blood mailed free.
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga.
NO PAY UNTIL, CURED.
Noopenit on. Ho pain. No danger. No
d tentlon from basinet.
PILES CURE wltbont pain, ne of knife or
cautery no anesthetic co detention from but:
hch. DR. A. L. DE S0UCHET
Tbe Rnpture Specialist, of Chicago, or his asso
ciate win oe ai
Every MONDAY and TUESDAY
Befere'ees: A. E. Bntton.4055 Armonr avenue.
Cricagj; Oieo. M. Bennett. sWi Illinois avenue,
Chicago; Wm. chindle-, Mishwaa. Ind.: Dr.
Sweetland. Highland Park, 111.; U. G. Eddy.
Positively the best suits for the price you ever saw. Sale commences Saturday, April
Excellent Bargains in Lades' Shoes. Big Bargains in Boys' Spits.
Quick Meal V
. Stoves and Ranges,
1615 an3 1617 Second Avenue
SOLVED THE PKOBLEM.
The ioventor of tbe New Scale Kim
ball Piano was overjoyed when be found
what a success he bad made of it, and the
above cut represents his feelings Have
you examined these pianott Do not
confound them with the old stenciled
make, but call and see the New Scale;
thej are the finest in the lani. We have
just received a fine assortment in An
tique Oak, Bird's Eve Maple, Mahogany,
Satin, Walnut, French Walnut and Rose
Wood finish cases. Call early and see
tbe finest variety ever shown in tbe city
of Rock Island .
D. Boy Bnwlby, 1726 Sacsad Ave.
Billiard and Pool Parlors.
having ast f umlotied a fine Parlor nptalra and
equipped it witn two or BrunswicK uaise a
finest Billiard Tables, also two floe Pool
IN THE CIGAR STORE
Ibe finest line of Imported and Domestic Cigars
and Tobacco In tbe market.
1808 Second Avenue.
wan iwui ii.
5.00 SUIT SALE
Suits that are neat.
Suits that will not fade.
Suits that are free from shoddy.
Suits that will wear well.
Suits that fit well.
Suits that are well made.
Mens sizes 34 to 44 at
M C 1 NTIRE
Another assortment of
"The Best" 50c undlaun
dried shirts on sale this
week; remember the price,
Have you been paying
6fc or 75 c for shirts? Ex
amine this wonder at 50c
and see if it is not nearly,
if not quite, as good.
"Rock rsJi204 T-l;riois.
Is the appropriate name applied to us by our
FURNITURE and CARPETS"
cordially invited by
CLEMANN h SALZMANN,
The Money Savers.
POCKET KNIVES and SCISSORS took the highest preaim
for quality. If you want a good knife try one.
One need not be told what a nice present an eleiaat Carring
Set like those 1 have to show will be. Also tnose
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Every woman that keeps
hnish Fire bets and Irons.
Acorn Stoves and Ranges
are the leaders made in Illinois for our soft coal-anl every one
gaarantted. These are all good things to buy at CLnstrnaa-or
an v other time. Come in and see how much I have to sjow yo
that is useful and novel in housekeeping goodi.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rock Uani
We place on sale a ewa x.
gain in silk velvet W
Think of the ridiculoUJriw
35c a yard, seven shades
One bale fine brown 8h i
good quality, '
English aateea cors
best in the market at price '
Heavy ribbed liose.fan bVk
and latest styles. Inspection
house wants one. Wrought Itob