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THD ARGUS. THUKSDAT APRHj 28, 1892
Fresh fish Friday at Young's.
C. M. Osborn, of Chicago, was in the
Fresh catfish, salmon, white fish and
tront at Young's.
The Lotas Glee club tings at Harper's
The score will be receired by L. Glock
hoff this afternoon.
Children's clothing la all the latest de
signs at the London.
E. C. Carett has moTed from Taylor
Ridge to Reynolds.
We will save yon money on every pur
chase the London.
Howard Adrian, of Qulncy.is in the city
calling on friends.
Komekel kus will be giren away Friday
treeing the London.
Call at Louis GlockhofTs and get the
core of the I -I. league.
An immense suit of $10 men's suits,
worth $13.50, at the London.
C. Speidel left this morning on a few
days visit to the Garden City.
K jmeael Kus for nothing Friday eve
niog at 70 to 8:30 the London.
Call atL, Glockboff's and see how the
home team came out with Peoria today
Come and get a Eomekel Kus free
given away, Friday evening the Lon
Lost A black spaniel dog. Finder
will receive reward by returning to A.
Eomekel Kus will be the attraction in
our show window Friday evening the
L. Glockhoff, headquarters for base
ball, will receive the score of the I. -I.
Komekel Kus will be given away Fri
day evening between 750 and 8:30 the
Martin Chesney and wife, of Kewanee,
are visiting at the residence of Prof. S. T.
George Lundy and Charles. Anderson
were each fined $5 and costs for disorder
ly conduct this morning.
Those half hose which we are selling
at 6 pair for $1 are good value at 25 cents
per pair the London.
We want vour trade, and if good, hon
est, well made suits at low prices will get
it we are entitled to it the London.
The annual convention of the Rock
Island County Sabbath School association
wi:l held at the First M. E. church on
Thursday and Friday. May 5 and 6.
G.E.Reed and wife left this morn
ing f nr Chicago, where Mrs. Reed has
gone for medical treatment. Mr. Reed
will remain in the city a few days be
William Dressen, the popular pro
prietor of the Belvidere sample room, is
sow nicely located in his new quarters
which are complete in all appointments.
He is now prepared to serve sandwiches
at all hours and will continue to spread
h9 famous lunch from 9 to 12 each morn
ing. The subscriptions are still coming in
for Columbian stock, this morning's being
E. D. Sweeney for $100, John Crubaugh
for $20. while yesterday afternoon Capt.
T. J. R )binson increased his $300, and it
should be said that the list appearing
last night as the result of the work of
the merchants' committees' labors was
made up mostly of additional subscriptions.
A Victory for Rock Island.
Properly adjusted spectacles and eye
glasses are something that Rock Island
has long been in need of.
Prof. H. Hirscbberg, the well known
optician of 639 Olive street, St. Louis,
has appointed T. H. Thomas agent for
his celebrated diamond and non-changeable
spectaclea and eye-glasses, where a
complete assortment can always be found;
those in need of properly adjusted spec
tacles and eye-glasses should avail them
selves of this opportunity. Examination
of eyes free of charge.
What is more attractive tnan a pretty
ace with a fresh, bright complexion? Fo
il, use Pozaoni's Powder.
WILL WIN WITHOUT WYNNl
The Twin-City Aggregation Off for
The C pealBC y aftke I-I ea
Oirllikt ke uivea a tjir&nd
jBttla at Peoria T4ajr
O'Day far tecit Base.
Tbii is the opening day of the Wis
nois-Iiidiana league season, and the race
for the pennant has been begun to end
no ont knows how. Each club in the
league has a good eye on the head of the
list, acd will strive to place itself among
the lea lers, but some one must bring up
the res r end of the procession and of
course no one cares for that distinction.
The be me management does not claim to
have a a all star combination, as such are
not al ays the pennant takers. They all
have h id fair averages in past years, are
all yon ag, ambitious players anxious to
make a reputation, and have been picked
with a new of doing good team work.
The clib starts out under some disadvan
tages o a account of r ot having Lad the
necessary practice which was prevented
by the weather, and too much should
not le expected of them in
the be planing. The croaker will, of
course, be on hand with his customary
"I told you so," but no attention need be
paid to this boil on the back of society
ne is one of the necessary evils and noth
ing else can be expected of bim. Give
the boy a chance, and when they come
home turn out and give them a reception
.hat wil. do their hearts good.
The following is the batting order
which had been previously sent by Man
sgtr Sage to Peoria: Dale cf, Mackey If,
Bailey 1 b, Housman 3b, Lynch ss. Sage
rf, Wynn 2b, Zeis c, Browner p; but as
Wynn, cf Moline, who has been signed
by the local nine, did not, show up at the
depot to go with the team, Lem Stock
well cocsentedto go along and play,
while Martin, who was with the Omahas
in "90, and who was signed last night, went
along to keep the bench warn with Bax-
Things are harmonious all around and
the boys will no doubt do themselves
proud on their visiting tour.
The bojs of the home team all seem to
like the tewn and people, and the latter
are apparently satisfied with the players.
Tne Qaincys will stick to their old love
and appet r this year a) usual in jet black
uniforms. They are always neat and
Evansv lie has signed "Jack" Wentz,
of Lunar. He. for second and Flanagan,
formerly with Des Moines and Omaha,
The uniform cf the Jolietsis black
pants, stockings, belt and cap, with a
white shirt and the name "Joliet" in
black letters across the bosom.
Manager Sage is in correspondence with
Ed Ccshnan, who pitched fcr Des
Moines in 18S3. and he will probably be
secured for the home team. Cushrran
would add considerable strength to the
Mohler, of last year's Davenports, who
is signed Kith the Jacksonville aggrega
tion, bas been getting some rough hand
ling from the press on account of ques
Harry O Day, of last year's San Fran
ciscos, was signed by the local manage
ment this morning for second base. He
will come on at once and join the club
while en re nte.
Barney HcLinghlin.of Holyoke, Mass ,
who was signed for second bise, and to
whom $50 advance money was sent near
ly two weehs ago, has not yet put in an
appearance nor has anything been beard
from him. Barney probably doesn't want
to play ball this summer..
Louis Gl tckhoff. of the Arcade cigar
storf, has a -ranged to have the score of
all the garni s of the I I. league this eve
ning and evary evening hereafter. Mr.
Glockhoff pt sen ted the boys with a box
Dr. Price's Cream Baking
CONTAINS NEITHER AMMONIA, ALUM OR ANY
OTHER INJURIOUS DRUG.
The Wisconsin Dairy and Food
In his Annual report for 1890, on pags 82:
"The Katiokal Dispmsatobt nay of Carbonate of Ammonia: 'It is Irri
tant, and If long continued, even in doses which the stomach will tolerate, it im.
pairs nutrition; in doses of Ave to ten grains it increases the fullness and force
of the pnlse and causes a sense of lightness in the head It u one of our meet power
ful mtdicinee and certainly thouid not be vied in the preparation tffoodt.' -
On page 85 the report further states:
"The result of experiments would indicate that U e residues in bread made
from Alum Baking Powder, have a decided effect even on at'rong and healthy lUmach.
The weight of testimony is decidedly against the nao of Alcx.
The following powders contain either ammonia or
alum, or both: Royal, Calumet, Forest City, Pearl, Unrivalled,
Echo, Crown, Chicago Yeast, Bon Bon, Star, A'ew Era, Snow Ball,
Ziff's Grape Crystal "'
of fragrant Havannas before their depar-
ture for Peoria this morning.
Manager Sage has made no rash boasts
of what his club would do, but he has
shown rare judgment in picking the right
men for the right place, and has also
picked out a good location in the list of
of clubs, where, unless all signs fail, they
will be found at the end of the season.
The following players have been sign
ed by Terre Haute: Terrien c. Beam p,
Sommera lb, Corbett 3b, Spill ss, Fustel
bacb, St. "Ducky" Hemp cf. Prescott If,
Boland rf. Hemp played with
Grand Rapids last season, while Fussel
bach is the old Davenport favorite, and
on the whole its a very promising look
ing layout, but, of course, not to be com
pared to the Twin-City aggregation.
They are figuring on signing Dougan or
Flood for the bor.
The four umpires of the I I league re
ported to President McEee at Rock ford
yesterday for instructions. They are C.
J. McGinley, of Jacksonville. Wis.; J. H.
Rousbkolb, of Grand Rapids, Mich.;
Harry H. Suggs, of Monmouth. III., and
John J. Roach, of St. Louis. Rousb
kolb was sent to Peoria. Suggs to Jack,
sonvill. Roach to Evacsville and McGin
ley opening the season at Joliet.
Gentlemen wonld not u-e "Blush of
Roses'' if it was paint or powder, nf
course not. It is clear as water, no sedi
ment to fill the pores of the skin. Its
mission is to heal, cletnsj and purify the
complexion of every imperfection, and
insures every lady and gemleoikn a cl ar
smooth complexion. Sold by T. H
Omaha uma Retara.
April 28, 29 and 30 the C. R I. & P.
Ry. will sell tickets to Omaha with
return good until June 1 at rate of one
fare for round trip on account of general
quadrennial conference of the M E
church. F. H. Pixmmer, ticket sgent.
"Isn't she beautiful!" occasionally one
hears this expression, as a lady with a
strikingly loyely complexion passes along
the street. Certainly 1 the uses the fa
mous Blush of Roses, manufactured by
Miss Flora A. Jones, South Bend. Ind.
Supplied by T. H. Thomas. Price 75
cents per bottle.
When you Uu, jour spuni medicine
you should get the best, end that i
llcxxi'a Sarsaoari!l It trorvj- h'.y 'uri
fit tht: bloc '
Stannch ships strike and founder, the fierce
winds and mountainous waves sweep noble
mariner' "hearts of ok" to thipwreck and to
death, yet that does not prevent the lutberlien
landsman from risking his life on the stormy At
lantic in the role of tourist or commercial traveler.
But if he shall reach his destination safely he will
scarcely have escaped some of tne qutims of sea
sickness, nn'esa he takes with him Ho tetter's
Stomach Bitters, that 'nimitable specific for nau
sea. Bad water on long trips are a threat lo the
Toyaper, but this may be deprived in a great
measure of its disordering effects upon the stom
ach, bowel and liTcrby the Bitters. J gainst the
pre judical effects of malaria, bad diet, fatigue and
exposure it is also effictrions. It averts, more
over, rheumatism arid kidney complaint. lont
travel on sea or land without iu
There is JJ (J p
Fcr every one who has blood trouble, no
aatter in what shape or how long standing,
provided none of the vital organs have been so
far impaired as to render a core impossible.
S. S. S. goes to the root of the disease, and
removes the cause, by expelling the poison
from the body, and at the same time is a tonic
to the whole system. However bad your case
may be, there is hope
"For years I was troubled wi:h the mo-t tna'ic-
oanttype of chr nic blood trouble. After trine
rah on- other rpmenes. wit hoot getting any benefit,
I was induced to take S. S. S. A few bottles cured
me permanently. I also consider 8. S. 8. the be
tmiic I ever saw. While taking it my weight in
leaned and my health improved in every way. I
have recommended 8. 8. H. to several friends, and
in every cast they were satisfied with the results."
8. A. WneHT. Midway. ,
Treatise on blood, skin n rnnuMon. blond noi-
lon mailed free. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO .
Stoves and Ranges,
1615 and 1617 Second Avenue
New styles of
D. ROY BOfLBY'S,
1726 Second Ave.
Billiard and Pool Parlors.
having Just furnished a line Parlor nptatrs and
eqnipped it with two of Brunswick & Balke's
finest Billiard Tables, also two line Pool
IN THE CIGAR STORE
the finest line of Imported and Domestic Cigars
and Tobacco in the market.
1808 Second Avenue.
M Hum Bros.
An advantageous pur
chase of ginghams en
ables us to offer one case
of handsome dress styles,
former price 12$c cents,
9 1 -2 Cents.
One case challies go this
New challies in half wool
sale Monday. Have you 8J
the new effects in all Woolcv?
challies, etc , if not we will v!
yicioeu iu enow tnem.
crocodile all wool clothj on
sale Monday morning.
Towels Here's a bargain.
One lot all all-linen fine dama5
towels never befoMeo dkrlej,
than 25c, this week for
1 9 Cents.
No more can be had whea
these are gone.
Rock Island. Illinois.
ALL THIS WEEK
WE PLACE ON
All Our Lace Curtains
Our $2 curtains at $12 JO. Others in proportion.
GL.Ef.1ANN & SALZMANN
1525 and 1527
124, 126 and 123
POCKET KNIVES and SCISSORS took the highest nreminai
for quality. If you want a good knife try one.
One need not be told what a nice present an elegant Carving
Set like those I have to show will be. Also those
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Everv woman that kfrsi hnnnn wants one Wrought Iroi
finish Fire Seta and Irons.
Acorn Stoves and Ranges
&TA tTlA lpArlpTflmuia in TIHnAia rrt arft rr f anil WPTV ClTl
-wwsw MAHVtv A 14 AlllUVia 1U1 ULLA OVll VVt " m J
guaranteed. These are all good things to bay at Christmas or
any other time. Come in and see how much I have to show yon
tuixi io useiui ana novel in nouseKeeping gooa
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rock T?land.
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' Suits.