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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, MAY 28, 1894.
Last Week of the Grand May Sale
Xo one can afford to miss this sale who cannot
II . 1
anuru 10 inrow money away.
nieces unbleached muslin 36 inches
i.wrth at 5?,c.
I : pieces Mcachcd muslin 36 inches wide,
irtho'jc ai 5c
:; pieces pood shirting calico worth 5c at
. ... 1 ..... . u t .t
: pieces in-si mui imji ,iu wurin cc ar.
,; pieces printed chambray worth 6l3 at
j: pieces fancy dress gingham worth Sc at
-pieces crepe Japon worth 10c at ;c.
pieces fancy printed Mull worth Sc at
: pieces Cochecs Organdies worth g at
I ;: pieces fancy tennis flannel worth 7c at
pieces printed tissue cloth worth 14c at
i pieces printed Batista Princessa worth
:: pieces satin Chevrons worth ire at 7S4.
r pieces fancy satincs worth 14c at iojic,
f : pieces Wm. Simpson's best fancy sat
i sv orth 17c at 12 i-c.
iv doen Gents' black half hose worth
a: 4 pair for 25c.
1:0 dozen Ladies' black hose worth 7c at
:rs pair for 10c.
o dozen Ladies' gray seamless hose
r.h iic, at three pair for 25c.
uozen uaaics gray seamiess nose
r.h. 15c at two pair for 25c.
61 dozen Ladies' Balbriggan hose worth
;.: two pair for 25c
dozen Ladies' black hose worth 12 1-2C
dozen Gents' French Balbriggan shirts
r.J drawers worth 75c at 43c.
a dent's Natural wool (summer weight)
rts and drawers worth S5C at 50c
2S dozen Gent's Balbriggan shirts and
drawers worth 23c at 15c.
40 dozen Gent's indigo blue working
shirts, worth 50c, at three for $1.
70 dozen Ladies' fine ribbed vests, worth
17c, at 10c.
36 dozen Ladies' fine ribbed vests, worth
33c, at roc.
4S dozen Ladies' fancy cambric waists,
worth 50c, at 25c.
42 dozen Ladies' black satine waists,
worth Soc, at 60c.
60 dozen Chenille table covers, 5-4, worth
$1, at 65c.
SS dozen black cotton parasols worth 45c,
62 dozen black cotton parasols, worth 75c,
70 dozen fast blace "Vetia," gold mounted
sticks, worth $1.25, at$i.
100 dozen white bed spreads, worth $1.35,
50 pieces extra fine crash, worth 12 i-2c,
at 9 i-2c.
50 pieces full Turkey red table Damask,
worth 25c, at 1 5c.
20 pieces cream "Austria" table linen, 56
inches wide, worth 50c, at 3SC.
34 pieoes cream table Damask, 57 inches
wide, worth 65c, at 42c.
100 pieces pure Turkey red table cloth,
size 15XS, worth 75c, 62 i-2c.
25 dozen Damask towels, fancy borders,
knotted fringe, worth 25c, at 15c.
25 dozen Damask towels, open work bor
ders, knotted fringe, worth 35c, at 20.
21 pieces fancy hem-stitched mull, very
pretty designs, worth 20c, at 13c.
27 pieces fancy printed curtain drapery,
36 inches wide, werth 12 1-2, at 7c.
16 pieces black checked Nainsook, worth
Sc, at 4c.
12 pieces, plain colored lawn, worth 10c,
Dunne this sale we will offer several hundred nieces K
of DRESS GOODS at nearly halt price. Do not fail
toner Second and Harrison,
THE GENUINE HULA
lKLriIIA. THE COXTI
NKNTAL, THE NEW DE
I'AUTUKE, THE DUCK
pTHK HIGHEST GRADES.
luvx (;rass seed.
I. AWN rEUTIUZERS.
THE PKICKS ARK 1JOW
K.UTHAX EVEK BKFOKK.
Evrrythinff for the making
rich lawn at
23 snd 215 West Second St.,
How to procure ANTI-WASnBOAKD
SOAP POWDER free of charge:
BUY "OUR LADY" SOAP.
Cut off the end of the wrapper,
at place named. When you have
85 pictures of our Anti-Washboard
Soap Powder, take them
to your grocer or present them
at our oflico and you will reeeire
FREE a 4-pound package, worth
25c. We make this liberal in
ducement to quick! introduce
Our Lady Soap and
Anti-Washboard Soap Powder
And holds good until ail wrap
pers on which this offer is print
ed, is presented to us.
Warnock & Ralston
Soap Makers, Uuck Island.
and how to attain it.
At lt a maui I work that U1I I he caneee,
daecribea tbe electa, point the remedy. This
l ecicnUScalty the moat Tamable, artistically
c mott beautiful medical book that has ap
peared for yean; 9G page every page bearing
a hair-tone Ulwitralion In tints. Home of tbe
rubjecta treated are Henrona Doblllty, Impc
tcocy. Sterility, Devulopcmcnt. Varicocele,
The Uuibeni, Thoaa intending Marriage, etc
Ktrery aun who mm Id know the grand trotha,
the p'ain facta, the old eocreta. and the new
diacorrrlceof medical ec eoce aa applied to
married life, ho w mid atone far part follica
and avoid future pitfall ahonld write tortile
wonderful little book. It will be sent free
ondcreeal. Addreae tbe pnbliabera.
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Eje tested tree ol charge.
Ia What Bock Island Took From St. -oe,
played. Won. Lost, cent
9t Joaephi SO 14 T.O
Kock lelanda It 1.1 6 6t
lincolns 19 1 T
Omaha m II . m
Pouriaa to 10 10 HO
Jackmnvilles l 8 11 4-1
DeMoinea. so 7 1 8M
ynlncy. 20 I 17 ISo
The games at Twin-City park Sat
urday and Sunday were the two lest
attended games ever played there.
Oa Saturday the attendance was
about 1,000, while yesterday 2,300
witnessed the game.
Saturday's game was exceedingly
one-sided, although not too much so
to be interesting. Rock Island won
with ease through timely batting,
the features being the home runs of
Sweeney and Katz, the hitting of
Zeis, Sage, Connors,Cantillion,Mohler
and McFarland. The score:
Koct 111 . Hd. StTjotplZ
n. H. PO A. K It. H. PO A C
Sw,pnf7f J 10 o Mnh'er,2b.. 8 !! tl
'anitlPt.l'- S 1 lo I' 1 Cole, ef .. 0 n 1 1 1
K. tis. If a i 0 OOVon'r. 1M 8 10 S 0
Hill Sb ....3 114 U M'FiWi'd. rf 1 1 0
Zei. rf... l S 1 1 0 Armotro'p.ri 13 10
im.r.,2: 0 4 X 0 2 i-reton, l0 1311
Sxge,c 1 .60 OM'Klben.lfl G ft 0 0
Lnch. h .1 II S t (I llnl'ng'b.e.-l 0 0 5 0
Schickler, pi 0 6 6 tl V tin;, p. . 0 0 1 1 0
Mcuthin, p0 0 0 -1
Tota'g...l0 1-gf 13 8 Totl.. 9 7 87 15 4
Itix k Island 0 K 0 0 1 5 U 1 816
at. Jotcph. 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 89
Bt mod runs -Reck IrUnA 4, St. .loc 1. Tiro
hasc hit bc t, Conner, Cantillmn. Three
bae hits Z.-ib, McFar anil. Mohler. Horn rnna
Sweenty, Ka z. It use on halls Henliam, 3;
yilpn. : fcuic-ler. . Struck iitt yuii'ir. 2;
iwbu.er. 6. llounle pay Z.'is, lnuliliixu.
L'mptrc -Haskell, lime i:W.
It was a nice sunny afternoon, and
Rock Island needed the third came.
For rive long innings Rock Island
rolled up a nice mess of eggs, while
St. Joe made three one on Mohler's
base on balls. Cole's sacrifice and
O'Connors'" 2-base hit. The other
score was made when ("ConnT came
home on Sage's passed ball. The
Joes made another in the third on
Mohler's long drive in center for a
The bloody sixth was an inning
never to be forgotten, and was
marked by the terrilic slugging of
both teams. Rock Island started
by Cantillion going out at first on a
hit to Mohler. Katz got a base on
balls, and was advanced to third on
Hill's 2-base hit. The funny part of
the affair begins at this point,
rutty" Zeis came up to tbe rubber
with oil in his eye ami slammed ottta
I'-base hit, and Katz and Hill came
home. Little Jimmie Connors waltzed
up to the plate next, and in a mo
ment all was over. With a vim so
seldom seen in so small a bunch of
flesh, he swung that stick acainst the
ball and out in the valley of 2-basers
rode the -hog-skin.'" and Zeis, all in
a sweat, came to home, sweet home.
Sage sacrificed and Connors died on
third when Lynch struck out. St.
Joe came in and O'Connor and Mc
Farland were both credited with a
hit. Armstrong smote out a 2
bagger and O'Connor came home.
Preston hit in left and Armstrong and
McFarland came marching home.
McKihben got first on Lyneh's error,
and Hollingworth's sacrifice put
Preston on third and McKibben on
second. Packard got a hit and Moh
ler dittoed, McKibben coming home
on the latter. The sport, however,
stopjier here, when Cole flew out to
second and O'Connor to left. Swee
ney went down to first on a dinkv
doo" hit over that sack. Old Dad
dy" Katz with h;.s sweetest of smiles
came up, and the next minute "bilT,"
and the sphere went over the right
field fence for two sacks, putting
Sweeney on third. Kelldune" Hill
came next with a hit which brought
in Sweeney and Katz. Zeis got a hit,
but was left on first on Connors'
Andrews settled down in the sev
enth, and only one hit was made off
him: but Rock Island made two more
scores in its half of the eighth by
keeping up continual slugging. In
the eighth inning, the score standing
8 to 7, in favor of St. Joe, Sonier.onr
club's horse-shoe, was put in the box,
and the result was as expected in the
three innings which followed not a
red -stockinged man crossed the
plate. In the ninth Rock Island tied
the score. Katz got a base on balls.
Hill flew out in left. Zeis cracked out
a 2-bagger, and put Katz on third.
James Dionysus Connors hit the ball
so hard that it nearly went over the
center field fence, but Cole went af
ter it and got it, and Katz came home
on the play. Sage followed and died
at first. The tenth it is impossible
to describe, for like some superhu
man juggler the boys formed them
selves into a committee of the whole,
and just bounced that ball all over
the diamond, fields and fences, until
a great big six scores were credited
St. Joe's tale of woe:
J.'ocL Irland. I ,st Jo,.
U II. IMI ' i n. I-O.A E
Sweerey cf S 8 4 0 0 Mnhlp-, 2b 8 1 5 4 1
Cantill'n.lb.l 0 S 1 U Cole. cr .. 0 0 4 1 O
Knta rf 4 I 0 (Vuou'r. lb 8 S 10 1 0
Hill, 3b 8 4 18 0 McFarl d. fl 110 0
Zei. rf 8 5 10 Aim i.y. cl 1 - t 0
Conuira,8JO 1 3 S - PreM.m, 3b l 8 14 0
Save, c .18 14 1 diKlh'n, ifi 0 6 0 0
Lynch, f...l 0 8 1 1 llol'ng'b. tail 1 1 8 O
r uar. T.p l II 1 4 Packard, u. 0 8 0 S 8
Son er, p...l 1 0 I'j
Tota. ..14 17 38 19 4 Tota...7 10 30 IB 1
Inninsrn: , I M I M t I W
Rock l.latid 0 On 008881 614
St. Jcsetll 8 0 1 0 0 6 0 0 0 0-8
Knrned rnrx St Joe. 3: Il xk lalatid 7. Twt
ha hit-i"Ooniier, ArmatrjUK. Sweeney. Kata,
Hill IS), Z I (3), Cotiiora Home ron
Mohler. Lane ., balls rackarn. 8: Andrewa.8;
Hoiier. 1. Hit by pitehcr -Souicr. 8. Stroek out
Packard, 8; At drew. 8; Sonie-, 3 lMd
balU-tajf, I. -miilie tfackeU. Time 2:15.
At Springfield Des Moines 7.
Jacksonville 5. There is a possibil
ity of tbe Quincy club being moved
to Springfield. At Quincy Lincoln
8. Quincy 4. At Peoria Omaha 12,
Rock Island and Omaha play one
game tomorrow and two Decoration
Zeis got three 2-baggers yesterday.
He is evidently getting his lamps on
that little globe in good shape.
Schickler, our new pitcher, shows
great speed and curves, and taken all
in all, is just what the doctor or
dered. That boy Connors is a good hitter,
but seems to need more coaching of
the proper order. Give him a show,
and he'll come out all right.
Rock Island is now almost a tie for
first place with St. Joe. St. Joe has
played one more game than the
Twins, but has lost just as many.
The St. Joes are not a happy fam
ily. The plaj'ers and manager are
not. on good terms. First Baseman
O'Connor was giren notice of his re
lease while here.
Pitcher Andrews is one of the best
in the league, but is playing in hard
lack. When he pitches it seems the
Rock Island boys couldn't hit a bal
loon with a bass fiddle. But this is
not Andrews' fault. As Breckinridge
would say, "it just happens so."
The molders and mounters of the
Rock Island stove works played an
other game at the old ball park this
morning, the former being again vic
torious, the score standing 18 to 4.
The batteries were Zeis and Burton
for the molders, and Surmon and
Barth for the mounters.
Connors, while his errors are some
times costly, isn't so bad after all,
and only needs some one who knows
how to coach him. For instance, to
compare his errors and hits with First
Baseman Cantillion. we find in eight
games at home, including Satur
day's, Connors has made nine hits
and six errors, while Cantillion has
made five hits and five errors.
Oh: O. M. D. Oh! G. M. It.
Then wnndroa; healer, ti to thee
Onr vowe we pav. oar tribute bring;
Of thee we tell, cf th e we sing.
Who dreads dyspepsia's dire att:ck.
With constipation at its back,
Arsnred should be; relief Is nigh
Jf but to G. M. D. they fly.
By nervonatp$8 ro eorc oppre?ed
With life a burden, robbed of rest.
There hundreds are whi fi.in wonld kr.ow
Where they to set reliif can go.
We point to G. M. O. and fay
Ee cum d, be tappy, liht and gay.
Follow the pa-h that ttourands tread,
Ee cared in heart, be cured in head.
What else this myotic G. D .
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adapting the world's best products to
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It has given satisfaction to millions and
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Syrup of Fisrs is for sale by all drug
gists in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is man
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and being well informed, you will not
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ISLAND ABGUi, and will be
accepted for any or all of the
features mentioned :
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and three coupons of diHercnt
Gathered Jewels of Song"
80 centa and tlx coupons of
"picturesque World's Fair
15 centa and three coupons of
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15 MOT LOST IN THE TUB.
IMC WOOIf a OMRM CO, earn,
On Tap everywhere.
Only Union labor employed.
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success
ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, I.
Huber's City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's
Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's
Bottling Works, has one of the most complete
Brewing establishments including Bottling de
partment in the country. The product is the
very best. Beer is bottled at the brewery and
delivered to any part of the tri-cities, and may
be ordered direct from the head offices on Mo
line avenue by Telephone.
Call for Rock Island
Brewing Co. Beer.
Roc Island Boflj Co.,
Buggies, Spring and
Pay you to
Call and get our
Low prices before buying.
Ware Booma oa
Sixteenth street betweea
Flret and Second arenae.
Retail trade erpecily aolldud
IHCOKPO RATED UNDER TBI STATE LAW
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Bock Isxaitd, III.
Open daily from t a. m. to S p. m and Saturday erentnga from 1 to 8 e'cloek.
Five per cant Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal col
lateral or Real Estate security,
r. L. HITCH ELL, Free 1. F C. DKNULAXN, Vice Free 1. Jl UL BUFORD, Caahlee.
F. L. Mitchell, F. C. Oamnn, John Crnbangh. Phil Mitchell. H. F. HL L. Oaoe.
W Horst, J. M.Buford. -obnVoUu
J AcBgoa H.H8T, Souoitore.
Began buaineaa July a, 1R90, ari occupy the aontheaat corner of MitcneH Lynda's new ta
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
J. F.Boe ru. To
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters.
House Heating and Sanitary Plambin;. Basement Eock Island Nat. Bask
Proprietoror of the Brady atrwat
1 kiada of Cat Ilawcra anaaUaUe oa haad.
Woe block from CenUal Park, large ia Iown.
FVwr Wore - -
aul Brady atrewt. Da naort. Ia.