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THE ABGUS, SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1897.
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In business and in building life are
much the same thing. On it must rest
the weight of years that follow so that
it matters much just how it is laid. The
cornerstone of Shields' business was
laid on the principle of "Your Money's
Worth at All Times." It has proved
A SUBSTANTIAL ROCK
Upon which to build, and when all has
been done and said it is the one prin
ciple that should underlie all business
ventures. In grocery merchandising
you cannot miss it by getting your share
of the offerings at Shields', where each
dollar represents the full one hundred
cents in value.
Take Your Time
Means in general terms not to hurry yourself. Take
your time to Folsom's means to have your watch and
clock repairing done in the most thorough manner.
During house cleaning time is the season when that
clock that has given you no little annoyance for a
long period should have attention. Send it to Fol
som's and it will be returned to you in perfect order.
The work done at his establishmend may be relied
upon. MANY PRETTY NEW NOVELTIES IN
HIS ALWAYS COMPLETE STOCK OF JEW
ELRY. Folsom's Jeveiiy Slote.
We are headquarters for Jewel Gasoline Stoves,
Hose and Hose goods, Lawn Mowers and Every
thing in the line of seasonable summer goods.
Aflem Myers & CowoWW
Opposite Harper Home. 1821 SECOSD AYE
2600 Fifth Ave.
is the oldest and best on
the muket. There being
over thre: times as many
of them in use as any
other refrigerator made,
Speaks for Itself
Call and see them. We
have a ccmplete lire and
at prices that defy com
LOSE TO THE TIGERS.'
Rock Islands Co Down Again
Before the Dubuque
A WABVLT 00HTE8TED QiMB.
HCTeral Breaks by Aadersoa's Fbrm
Prove Disastrous, but Fortenately the
Meeting Was Only an Exhibition Story
of What Orcnrred Yesterday at the Park
Ted Sullivan's timers and the Rook
Island team had a warm battle at the
Twelfth street jwrk yesterday after
noon. Fortunately for Rock Island
the result will not cut anv ice in
the race for the fla which the West
ern association has hunr up. It was
un exnioiuon game. I he score was
4 to 5 in favor of Dubuque.
it was an interesting contest, fairly
piaveu. anu exciting at tunes
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particularly in the closing inning, when
two of the locals danced on the rub
ber. The rooters whooited it un. and
polled hard for the home team, but
defeat was inevitable. Manager
Anderson's men made a few costly
errors, and to one up a tree it would
seem that there is abundant room for
improvement in their work.
Howlev was in the lmx for Rock
Island. He pitched a nice eame. and
had comparatively good support from
iianioru. tne trial catcher.
Rock Island rolled up two in the
opening bout. They were made bv
Baer and Strauss, who were brought
home by Wright's hit. We were
goose-egged until the last round. In
the sixth Rock Island sacrificed an
opjKirtunity to ciuch three scores.
Flaherty making an unsuccessful at
tempt to run home from third on
Babbitt's hit in rijjht held when there
was but one out. He was nailed at the
plate. The ball was then sailed down
to second before Hanna could slide to
the bag after having made a lunge
toward the- third W. ' McFarlaue
seemed to become somewhat rattled
in the ninth, giving Hanha and Bal
bitt their bases on balls, after Dillon
had gone out on a hit to second.
Hanford poked one out in the riwlit
garden and Baer came marching
home. Bowley flew out, and Babbitt
waltzed across" the plate, w hile the
Dubuque fielders were getting the
ball in from thegarden. in which thev
were a little slow. Hanford was
caught napping on second. Then the
Dulmque scored three times in the
second. This is how thev crot them;
Kane's slats were bumped with the
spnere. and he drilled to tirst : Proctor
based on balls: Hodge sacrificed and
scored Kane; Phillips hit safe in rb'ht.
and Proctor came home: McFarlanc
and Mack went out; Hodge houie-sweet-homed.
and Brown was a dead
one. In the fourth Kane laced out a
three-sacker in right. Proctor flew
out. Hodge died on a poke to second,
Kane scored. Phillips flew out to
Strauss. In tlje fifth McFarlane
caught the liall in the middle of'the
hack and walked. Mack safed to
short. McFarlane's death knell tolled
at second. Brown hit to Hanna and
was safe on the hitter's error. Kil
lacky hit safe in center. Mack scored.
Thornton bunted to third, and Brown
was forced out at Flahertyville. Kane
was given a base on balls, and Proc
tor flew out at right with the bases
full. The score:
Rnclc lafcind. a. . p A B
Dubuque, R. b. P. A.
Muck. 2b... 1 I 5 2
Hser. If 1
Straus, rf 0
tj Browner 0
KUliioky. If 0
Flah tv.Sb. .0
Dillon, lb . 0
Hanna. ib 1
Kabbitt. ss 1
Hanford. c 0
Proctor, rf 1
Phillips. 3b. 0
Total.... 4 7 8119 5 Total 5 7 27 14
Rock Island 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 24
Dubuque 0 SOI 1 0 0 0 6
Three base hit Kane. Two has him
Thornton. Kane. Stolen bases -Flaherty,
Brown Base on balls Off B owlev. 3. off Mc
Farlane. 6. Struck out By Bowley. 2: by Mc-
runune. a. Time i:au, empire J. Ward.
Young pitches tomorrow.
Umpire Ward makes the players
loe ine mai'K.
That was a clever one-handed catch
of Raima's in the sixth inning.
Frank Allterson. pitcher, and Bobby
Warner, second baseman, were re
Babbitt stopjied a hot liner in the
sixth, hut the effect was spoiled bv
his wild throw to first.
Rock Island and Dubuque play to
day and tomorrow. Sunday's game
win ne caiieu at a o clock..
McFarlane, mho pitched for Du
buque yesterday, is a brother of Mont
Mctarlane, who twirled awile for
Rock Island in 1894
Other exhibition games yesterday:
At reona, ceuar jKaputs 7, Peoria 4
at St. Joe, Burlington 1, St. Joe 11;
at ljuincy. (Jttumwa . Qnincy 11.
Ted Sullivan has the war fever
He visited The A kg is today, and de
clared if it became necessary he would
organize a company of ball plavers
that would go down into Cuba 'and
wipe up the island with the Spaniards
in short order. He has decided on
Adrian Anson for general-in-chief and
Billy Sunday for chaplain.
The Pine Ridge Indian hall club, 11
in numlier. were giyen lodging at the
Rock Island police station last night.
They came from Peoria, where thev
were deserted by their manager and
leu penniless, mer were given a
"square" this morning, after w hich
they steered for Davenport.
"The Worst Cold I Errr Had."
iou can cure it in one night with
IJr. Bell s llne-Iar-Honev. 2o cents
, at all druggists. No cure no pay
Arnold's Bromo Celenr cures head
aches; 10. 25 and 50 cents. Reiss
drug store. ' ' " T : '
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rcKKio vvnccL. wivita ui-i-.'iiiirnnrnin
Some Changes In the Bork Island Road's
Kew Time Card.
Among the changes in the time
card of the Rock Island road inaugurat
ing the new train service between
Chicago and Denver, which goes into
effect next Sunday, is the abandon
ment of the Rock Island, Muscatine
and Wilton train, better known as
the Ferris Wheel. The Washington
oecommodation, leaving here in the
afternoon, will run on to Des Moines.
There are several other alterations in
the running time of passenger trains,
all with a view to improving the serv
ice and making better connections with
the roads out of St. Paul. The Pull
man company has the cars for the
new flyers which are booked to go on
nutv next Sunday, comnleted nml
ready for delivery." Two of the new
trains will pass through Rock Island
daily, one east and one west.
General Passenger Agent Sebastian.
of the Rock Island, has suggested a
system of signals to be displayed on
trains to spread the news of engage
ments ltetween the United States and
Spanish forces. It has been accepted
generally by all the ro;wls. The flags
to lie used and the key to their sig
nals, as far as decided, will be as fol
lows: United States flag, a victory for
the American laud forces; United
States flag with blue jK-uuant above, a
victory tor the American navy; parti-
colored tlag. a victory for the Spanish
land forces; parti-colored flag with
blue iKMinant above, a victory for Spain
ou t he sea.
A new time card goes into effect on
the Peoria tomorrow. The passenger
leaving here at 1:45 will arrive in
Peoria five minutes earlier, at 4:50
p. in., in order to make connections
for Springfield, which point will be
reached at 7:30. The accommodation
on the Cable branch will leave at 5
instead of 6 a. m. The train arriving
here at 5:o0 p. m. will arrive here
after at 4:50. The one now leaving
at 3:25 p. m. will depart 5 minutes
later in order to connect with the
Rock Island No. 1 passenger from the
The Rock Island has arranged to
run a special to the Iowa military
camp at Des Monies tomorroow. The
excursion will leave Rock Island at
5:40 a. ni. and reach here on return at
midnight. A special rate of 2.50 for
the round trip from Davenport has
HYLLESTED FAVORS Kl M BALL
Great Musician's I'nqnalifled Endorsement
of a Famous Piano.
Apropos of the appearance in the
tri-cities last night of the world's fa
mous pianist, August Hyllested, the
following is interesting:"
W. W. Kimball company: Gentle
men: In determining upon a Kimball
piano lor permanent use in my pro
fessional labors. I cannot refrain from
expressing niv appreciation of those
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points ot incomparable excellence
which have governed me in mv
choice. With exceptional advan
tages afforded me during my recent
tour of Eurojte for comparing the
many admirable instruments of for
eign make, not only with each other,
but with those of American manufac-
lure. iiicu n nas oeen neretoiore
been my good fortune to use in mv
profession, I have lieen impressed
with the conviction that, in the two
essentials of excellence, tone and ac
tion. the Kimball : is the instrument
that realizes the conditions of approx
First, I would say that the Kimball
piano possesses a marvelously perfect
action and a marvelously li'ght and
resiKinsive touch that renders it the
most facile and reliable of instill
Again, in the point of tone. I have
lieen continued in mv conclusion that
the Kimball pianos must lie allowed
the palm of preeminence and sover
eignty. And I give it as my dclilte-
raieanu unquaiiiied professional judg
ment that the Kimball piano ranks
nrsi among all modern instruments
of music in tone quality as in tone
I congratulate you on the piano par
excellence oi me musical profession.
fliosi sincerely yours.
J his is of timely importance and
gratification to D. " Roy Bowlbv. the
manager in this vicinity for the W. W.
Kimball company, and" whose store is
at ibU second avenue.
Coughed 25 Years.
I suffered for 25 tmm n-lrh
cough, and spent hundreds of dollars
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uu uociors aim ior medicine to n
avail until I used Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar
Honey. This remedy makes weak
lungs strong. It has saved my life,
J. B. Rosell. Grautsburg, 111.
Attention, Campers and Fishing Parties.
We are headquarters for camping
and fishing supplies; also a full line
of fresh groceries always on hand and
at ine lowest price, ice delivered to
all camps. Fresh and cured meats,
fresh produce direct from th f:.
All goxls sold will lie delivered free
S. J. Apple. Sears, HI.
Kew and Valuable .
Medicine agencies are combined
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honev. It.
Tances a new theory in the" treatment
of coughs, lung and bronchial trou
bles. It gives immediate relief te
Kidney diseases are the most fatal
of all diseases. Foley's Kidney Cure
is a guaranteed remedy or money re
funded. T. H. Thomas sells it.
rlsHai Yw Hw Ahwn BflBgW
mm i uau
C. Bongardner Held to the
Grand Jury in $800
OUTFIT FOTTID II BOAEDUG HOUBE
Conducts His Operations at Night. Mold
ing Dollars From Blork Tin and Anti
monyEddie Flynn Held For HaTlng a
Raised BUI In His Fossessloa-Other Po
lice Court Affairs.
E. V. Bougardner. whose arrest
referred to last night, is a prison.-'-. c
ine county jail, having been bnud
over to the grand jury under WM1
bonds for counterfeiting. The outfit
and materials he used in making the
iNigns money is at police headquar
Chief Pender and Capt. Fx-kard ex
plored Bongardner" room at Mrs.
Carrie E. Follmer's ltoarding bouse,
2103 Fourth avenue, late yestertlav
afternoon, and located the "counter
feiting outfit, which consisted of a
quantity of block tin and antimony,
the material from which Bongardner
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said he made the dollars, a ladle in
which the metal was melted, and
plaster of paris dies, into which it was
poured to form the coin.
Mrs. rollmer said Bongardner told
her that he had neuralgia and re
quired a hard coal fire in his room at
all times. He did not care for com
pany, and preferred to lie alone. She
noticed a light in his room late at
night frequently. This is the time it
is supposed Bongardner did his work.
Bongardner is 23 years of age. He
refuses to tell where his home is. He
says he worked for a farmer south of
Milan for some time. He had li veil
in Milan for awhile up till a few
moninsago. lie has a brother at
Marion. Iowa, the jtolice have learned.
Bongardner jiassed one of the dollars,
which are a -fair imitation of the gen
uine article, on me bartender at the
Commercial hotel yesterday. He was
arrested in attempting to pass one at
an Italian lrmt stand ou Second ave
nue in the afternoon. Bongardner
admitted making the dollars at the
police station. He had fifteen of them
in his possession.
Eddie Flynn, the cripple, - was held
to the grand jury vesterday on a
charge of passing counterfeit money.
His iHinds. .were fixed at fSOO. lie
went to jail in default. Flynn at
tempted to have a bill "raised" from
1 to 5 passed at McCalie's store.
George Lowe and Mrs. Ella John
son were arrested in a shanty near
the abbatoir yesterday bv Chief Pen
der, on a warrant sworn" out by the
woman's husband. Emil Johnson,
charging them with adultery. Mag
istrate- Stafford bound the pair over
to ine grand jury in f.WU Ixinds each.
They went to jail.
Had No Energy
"My blood was impure, Imils broke
out and I had that tired feelinw. In
short I was all run down and did not
have any energy. After taking a few
lxittles of Hood's Sarsaparilla I felt
much better, and I recommend this
medicine for purifying the blood and
building up the "system," James
Henderson, Hoodvilfe, 111.
Hood's Pills are easy to take, easy
to operate. Cure indigestion, head
ache. Many People Cannot Drink
Coffee at night. It spoils their sleep.
You can drink Grain-O when you
please and sleep like a top. For
Grain-O does not stimulate: it nour
ishes, cheers and feeds. Yet it looks
and tastes like the best coffee. For
nervous persons, young people and
riiiiiireii, wrain- isinecricct unnk.
Made from pure grains. Get a pack
age from your grocer today. Try it
in piace oi conee. la and 2.e.
s si vwwmi
I Falll n Line
And cotne to our store and see ,
tho large line ot Woodmen en
blera pins, buttirs and charms
on airplay. Wo have then In
gold, gold 11 led and rolled
plate at very low priors. Ervrjr
Woodman should have an em- ,
blera and thus show that he Is
a membtr of the oider that ,
will soon be toe largest In the
7 We hat dtslmed aomn varr
beautiful Cornerstone Souve- (
nir Spoons that are a lasting (
memento of the greatest day ,
In Wiodcratt's history. Every
one will want one. Just eaO ,
and see 'em.
f . JEWELER OPTICIAN. A
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IN NEW, NOVEL AND ARTISTIC
PATTERNS AND COLORINGS.
See our line of large rugs 6x9, 7-6x10-6,
9x12 and 10-6x12. Never has so large an as-
sortment of all priced rugs been shown in
this vicinity. - ; '
YOUR INSPECTION INVITED.
A.J. Smith Son:
. 123. 126 West Third Street
There is a time and
and now is the time for you
to buy your
And ours the place in which to buy it. You will
find in the special fine clothes department, con
taining those made by the STEIN-BLOCH CO,
wholesale tailors, just the suit you want, and the
difference in the price between the STEIN
BLOCH made-to-fit and the merchant tailor's
made-to-measure price will te just about enough
to set you up in the rest of your Spring outfit
hat, shoes, underclothes and everything. AH of
which we have in elegant profusion and at con
sistently low prices.
1804 Second Avc.ue
BUY THE BEST . .
THEY ARE LEADERS, as all that use them know. They are
perfect cookers, work quick and easj, smooth Iron, easj to
keep clean and shining. IT WILL PAY YOU to get the best. If it
does cost a little more at first it will last longer and give yon better
results and SAVE YOU MONEY. Our Steel Ranges are the latest
and up to date in every particular. All goods warranted first class
standard goK Give ns a trial and yon will be pleased.
place for all things
The Peoria Cooks and Ranges
Can't Be Beat.