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THE ARGUS. "WEDNESDAY MAY 4, 1892
New beets at Young1!.
Fresh strawberries at Young's.
Home grown asparagus at Young's.
Try chocolate cream coffee at Young's.
Home crown vegetables of all kinds at
Radishes, onions and pieplant at
. Headquarters for furniture aud carpets
at Ciemann fc Salzmann's. '
If you want a fine chamber or parlor
luit (jo to Ciemann & Salzmann's.
The largest and best select line of din
ing room chairs and tables west of Chi
cago at Ciemann & Salzmann's.
Wanted Two good girls- Must be
properly recommended. Apply at Un
dcrhill & Glass' restaurant.
Wanted A girl for general housework
in family of three; must come recom
mended. Apply at 721 Seventeenth
William B. Griffin left last nlpht for
Chicago, and is said to be on the happiest
mission of his life. When he returns he
will oe accompanied by his bride.
The annual convention and institute of
the Rock Island County Sabbath School
association convenes in the M. E. church
tomorrow at 10 o'clock.
The plumbers of the Davenport Steam
Heating company all went to work again
on Monday, the company having agreed
to adopt the new scale of wages.
A splendid assortment of fruit trees,
grape vines, small fruits and beautiful
evergreens for lawn or cemetery. Mail
rdere promptly attended to. Nursery,
Port Bjrsn, 111.
The family of William Allen, of Moline,
who were poisoned the other night by
eating canned salmon, have now all pracs
tically recovered, tne results not being as
serious as was first apprehended.
Mj. C. W. Hawes, head clerk of the
Modern Woodmen of America, was in the
eity this morning on his way to Fulton
from his trip through Kansas and Ne
braska with the other head officers of the
The stock of the late 8. W. Wheelock
in the Moline Plow company, valued at
$250,000. was today sold to Messrs.
Stephens and Fiberg, which gives them
545 out of 800 shares of stock, or the
control of the factory.
The ladies of the First M. . church
will give their experience sociable and
musical Tuesday evening, May 10. Each
lady contributing $1 will recite a verse of
how she earned it. Supper will be served
from 6 to 8 for 25 cents. Admission 10
The Rock Island Lumber compauy re
ceived word today that their branch house
in St. Louis had been totally destroyed by
fire, entailing a loss of 150,000. The
loss if fully covered by insurance, but the
company will be unable to fill their orders
there for some time.
Wiilliam Breitbacb, of Milan, fell from
a scaffold at the Graham paper mills just
before noon today and recsived painful
and serious inj iries. He fell a distance
of about 30 feet, and was stunned by tbe
fall. Doctors Plummcr and Salaau
tended him and found the right leg frac
tured at the thigh and hia right ankle
sprained. The doctors reduced the frac
ture and the injured man is getting along
as well as could be expected.
Prevention Better Than Cure.
Many persona are afflic.ed with skin
eruptions, boils or ulcers. Brandreth's
I'ills taken freely will in a short time ef
fect a complete cure of all such troubles.
Ulcers of long standing have been cured
by them. Carbuncles have been checked
in their incipiency by them. The worst
fever fores, bed sous, and-the like Lave
been driven from tbe skin by theoi.
Only heein in time and a few of Brand
reth's Pills will prevent many a sickness.
Brandreth's Pills are purely vegetable,
absolutely harmless, and safe to take at
A Victory far Book Island.
Properly adjusted spectacles and eye
glasses are something that' Rock Island
has long been in need of.
Prof. H. Hirschberg. the well known
optician of 629 Olive street,' St. Louis,
has appointed T. H. Thorn s agent for
his celebrated diamond and non-changeable
spectacles and eye-glasses, where a
complete assortment can always be found;
those in need of properlv adjusted spec
tacles and eye-glaasee should avail them
selves or this opportunity. ExiiUiiaauoii
of eyes free of charge.
Da nat confuse th Famous Bluth of
Roses with ths many worthless paints,
powders, creams and bleaches which are
looding the market. Get the genuine of
your druggist, T. H. Thsmas, 75 cents per
bet tie, sad I guarantee it will remove
yaur pimples, freckles, blackheads, moth,
taa and sunburn, and give you a lovely
"Oihello'a occupation's gone." He
need to spend days and nights cursing the
fates and the rbenmatism. Now be only
lies dawn and laughs to think how easily
he was cured by Salvation Oil. at 21 eta.
A BODY FOUND.
A Fltaier Recovered Near Andalala
Believe to be langel Hill.
The body of a young man supposed to
be on; of tbe victims of tbe sad casualty
which happened April 2, and which by
the capsizing of a sail boat sent Leigh
Johnson and Fingal Hill, two of Rock
Island's most promising young men, to a
watery sepulchre, was foucd near Anda
lusia this morning by George Britton of
The body was floating on the water
and b;lng recovered was taken to Anda
lusia. It is believed from tbe meagre
descri ptlon that can be obtained to be
that of Fingal Hill.
Conner Hawes, Deputy Coroner Eck
Dart, ana will K. Johnson have gone
down and an inquest will be held there.
Tbe body is that of Fing 1 Hill.
folic e s'oiDt.
The Stodd-Hart case comes up at i
o'c ock tonight before Magistrate W ivill
A stranger in the city, giving his name
as Thomas Quirk, was found in a stupid
condition on Forty-fourth street, near
Sixth avenue last night. The patiol
wagon brought the man to the police sta
tion, a here it was found that his face
was te-ribly lacerated, which had appar
ently teen done with a knife. Dr. Kin
yon dreased the mm's injuries and he is
considerably improved today. He says
his hone is in Michigan and that he had
only been here a day or two. Nothiog
is known of his assailants.
Dick Van Landingham, residing on Sec
ond street and Seventh avenue, while
under the influence of liquor locked his
wife out of doors last night. About 10
o'clock Mrs. Van Lnndingham notified Of
ficer He tter and tbe latter accompanied the
woman home and persuaded her husband
to let hur into the house. Van Landing
ham tb n came out and started toward
the officer, who a moment later, discov
ered that Van Landingham had an ax, and
tbe officer at once persuaded him at the
point of his revolver to lay down the
weapon. He was brought before Magis
trate W.val) this morning and fined $5
and coals for assault.
John Mistorf, of 1616 Fourth avenue.
was ant sled by Marshal Eittilsen today
and tak n to Rock Island. This was
done on instructions from Sheriff Gordon,
and the presumption is that tbe erand
jury has indicted Mistorf, or is about to
do so. Tae crime of which he has been
more thun suspected for the past several
months is that of being tbe father of the
child born to his adopted daughter, Anna
wagner, some six months ago, when
Anna wis Utile if anv more than 14 veara
of age. Should tbe grand jury indict
Mistorf for seduction or rape before the
age of consent (14). he will have a peni
tentiary offensj to answer for. Moline
A aeat many cases of bron
chitis come solely from neglec
ted colds. The throat is irri
tated and a conch sets in. The
sunerer"tninKs it will wear off
aftr a while," and pays little
attention to it until it finallv
develops into chronic intiama-
tion aid ends in bronchitis
Nothing is so dangerous as a
neglected told. The moment
you huve a cold take Reid's
German Cough and Kidney
Cur and hn ! the maladv at
once. This great remedy con
tains no opium or any narcotic.
It iscomDOSii of Dure materials
and thtre is not the slightest.
danger r.f an over dose. This
miiKes it invaluable for chil
dren acd aged DeoD'e. and for
peopln witu eak lungs, be-
cjupetbuycan take it in any
quantity without any ill effects,
hut wiui positive beneht. For
siiigr-rs and actors and people
troubled witn noarseness. it is
invaluable For sale by all
Sylvan Remedy Co.,
"Enterr rises of great pith and mo.
ment" are so engrossing the minds of
men that tbey neglect their own affairs,
and grow old with pain, forgetting that a
Dome oi Salvation Oil will cure all.
Staunch nips strike and founder, the florce
winds and mountainous waTts sweep noble
mariners' "hearts of oik" to shipwreck and to
death, yet tb tt does not prevent the Inbberlieet
landsman fix m risking his life on the stormy At
lantic in the role of tourist or commercial trareler.
Bat if he shall teach his destination safely he will
scarcely hare escaped some of tbe qnsinu of sea
sickness, unless he takes with him Hoe tetter's
Stomach Bitters, that Inimitable specific for nau
sea. Bad wi.ter on Ions trim are a threat to the
voyager, but this may be deprived in a great
measure oi lit amnruering enects upon tne stom
ach, bowels sod liver by tbe Bitters. s gainst the
prejudical ell acts of malaria, bad diet, fatieaeand
exposure It a also effloarlous. It averts, mora
over, rheuma ism and Sidney complaint. Don't
im on sea it iana wunoai lu
IS SPRING A FAILURE?
Many People Feel That It Is.
If It Is Not So Joyons as It Once Was,
Is It Not Your Own Fault?
. A Srvv si as
Used in Millions- if Homes 40 Yesrs the Standard.
Ton wrote a oomnosition when von v MiiM
in scbeol beginning. "Spring is the pleasantest
season of the jear " and silt was then. There
was every reason wny it should bo i leasant to you.
Vou were in good heal h. ' i lfc beat hih" within
jou You had sentiment, ambitions and happi
ness. Tbewin'rrhad parsed, th flowers were
blooming, the birds were singing. Certainly
spring was to vol then "tha plea-antent
season of tbe T ar.
But how is It no t Do jou feel the same Joy
oarness, happiness, and an icipation that yon did
then? A-e you tiled with hope; or pissibly are
you weak, languid, despondeuL. depressed ! Per
haps jour head acr.es, you feel tired, and there is
a lack of all interest and Jiy iu life where once In
the springtime all was ant'.c pation and basal
Do yon ktow the reason' for this change? It it
bemuse y n are not well, beca re joor vitilltyis
not so gnat as when In yonr teens Do yon know
what you need? Something to he p yo i ; some
thing ahich will prove ' a friend in need;" s-me-thlng
tha! will restore yon and place where
you were in yonih, which will make life plessant
and happy, ana which will again a a e -Spring
the pleasantest season of the year." Do yon
know what wil do this? We will not attempt to
tell you, but will show you what othes have done,
end which yon may do If yon will follow the tame
wiseconrte pursued by tbem. Heal their words:
Dr A.O.Clark, a well-known New York phy
ician, rays: "I have never known a case of
spring debility, spring fever, or any o the troubles
which ante during the season which has net been
promptly and permanently cured by tbe use of
Warner's Safe Cur j. Its power at ibis time of
year i wonderful. I have sen womin. run
down by are and overwork ; nu n whose vitality
was exhausted, and even puny children restored
to perfect health through its ne."
Mrs. M. M. eimonson, of Hoc' Icy, Mo . sys.
"My daughter, who was once the perfection of
health aud happiness, wa for j ears afflict d wiih
kidney and I.ver disease, co-nplicated with
scro.ula, the htp Joint being sffcctvd. She be
came so bad that the doctors want d to onjolnt
the hip. 1 would not conaeLt to it, ana be; an ad
ministering a remedy which I had beard much
about, and I am happy to sty she ts -ow cured,
well and healthy, by the use of Warner's Mi
Mrs. B, E Mayo, of Route's roict. N Y., siys:
"Two years ago I bad terrible boils n my fate,
and my blood was fearfully out of order. 1 began
the nse of Warner's Safe Cure; the bolls left as If
by magic, and I have never since been troubled
If yon are depressed, weak, run down by tho In
fineries of the season, follow the advice above
giv n. You will certainly find it proltable and
valuable The renewing power of this great cure
is beyond estimation, ft stands, as It deserves
to stand, at the head of all modern discoveries
for the cure or sickness and the renewal of life.
What is more attractive than a pretty
acewith a fresh, bright complexion? Fo
it,use Pozzoni's Powder.
Riverside Cooking '
Stoves and Ranges,
1615 and 1617 Second Avenna
PREPARE YOUR SYSTEM
For the lassitude incident to the wane of w in
ter, and the coming of wanner weather.
Nothing does this so gently and safely as
Swift's Specific. There is nothing like S S.S.
FOR THE SPRING
as it eliminates whatever poison germs which
infest the blood and renews the whole body.
"We have had remarkable success with
S. S. S. on our children. As a spring
tonic for feeble persons it is invaluable. ,It
has cured many of the children of bloofl
troubles, and two of the inmates of severe
Erysipelas. L, B. Payne,
Sup't Orphans Home, Macon, Git."
Treatise on blood and skin mailed free.
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga.
Parlor . . .
We are now ready to serve
jou with a delicious dish of
cream. Orders for parties
promptly pttended to.
W. TREFZ & CO.,
2223 Fourth Ave.
New styles of
An advantageous pur
chase of ginghams en
ables us to offer one case
of handsome dress styles,
former price 12c cents,
9 1-2 Cents.
One case challies go this
W challies in half wool.
Bale Monday. Have j
the new effects in all wool a?
challies, etc, if not tt-e
pleaeed to show them.
Crucodile all wool 'cloths
Bale Monday mornine
tt- . 6:
One lot all all-linen fine daml
towels never befor- eo'd for m
than 25c, this week for
1 9 Cents.
No more can be hai whea
these are gone.
Rock Island. Illinois.
ALL THIS WEEK
WE PLACE OX
D. BOY BOEBY'S,
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
All Our Lace Curtains
Our $25 curtains at $12 JO. Others in proportion.
CLEMANN h SALZMANN
1525 and 1527
124, 126 and 12S
THE MOLINE WAGON,
The Moline Wawn Co.,
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
AItavii nn hanrl tho Anaal KHnJ. m j .
and imported ciuars All brands of tobicco
The icore of all the ball games will be received
L. GLOCKHOFP, Prop.,
18' 8 Second
Manufacturers Oi FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGOSS
A fDWesti SSd VDe ' ,Platfo snd tfc Spring Wapons. esppciy acsp-.M to Ha
application. , See the MOLISK WAGON before pcrchafinc.
OO 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.
Men's sizes 34 to 44 at
Positively the best suits for the price you ever saw. Sale commences Saturday, April 16.
Excellent Bargains in Ladies' Shoes. Big Bargains in Boys' Suite
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