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THE ARGUS. TUESDAY. MAY 3, 1892
New beets at Young'i.
Freeh strawberries at May's.
Home grown asparagus at Young's.
Try chocolate cream coffee at Young's.
"Lost in London" at the theatre to
night. Home grown vegetables at Brown' r'e
Home grown vegetables of all kinds at
Charles Simmon, of Rural, was in the
All kinds of home grown vegetables at
Radishes, onions and pieplant at
Nice radishes, onions and asparagus at
H P. Stoddard, of Edgington, was in
the city yesterday.
Mrs. Lucian Adams and children are
visiting at Peoria.
Mrs. D. B. Shaw is visiting with frietds
in Kimball, 8. D.
See what the Brownies say on the third
page of this paper.
The sterling melo drama "Lost in Lob
don," at Harper's theatre tonight.
Mr. and Mrs. R. 8tockhouse left for
Hot Springs this afternoon.
Those Mackintosh rain coats are beau
ties. Call and see them a; L'ojd &
See our new patent detachable umbrel
la. the flnet thing in the world. Lloyd
The friends of William Allen, living in
east Moline, were poisoned today by eat'
ing a can of salmon.
Three gtily painted wagons for the
Penn Tank Line company arrived this af
ternoon. They are beauties.
Herman Schmacht has a large amount
of corn and pickeled meat which he will
sell cheap at his market, 1812 Third ave
nue. Small enough to pack in a trunk, yet
large enough to keep the rain oil that
sew patent umbrella at Lloyd & Stew
art's. Hon. E. W. Hurst left for the east last
evening on his way to Europe, meeting
his wife and the others of his party in
Travel over the Rock Island bridges
Sunday amounted to: Foot North,
509; south. 506; total, 1.015. Teams
South, 436; north, 490; total. 976.
Ferdinand Holdorf has purchased the
saloon formerly occupied by S. A. Mar
scball on Third avenue where he will be
pleased to see all his old friends.
Peter Siemon has opened his sample
room at the corner of Fifteenth street an d
Sixth ayenue the old stand where be
will be pleased to see all his friends.
Mrs. Capt. W. H. Whisler left this
afternoon for Clinton to attend the funeral
of the little daughter of Capt. J.Dooley
and wife whose death occurred there this
Judge Glenn desires all members of the
bar to be present in court tomorrow
morning at 9 o'clock, in ordir thatde.
faults may be entered and a trial list
That Rock Island is to have another
hotel, and a hanisotns one too, in the
vicinity of the Rock Island depot, is one
of the many evidences of the progress
the city is making.
Mrs. John Russ, residing at corner of
Sixth avenue and Tnird street, died at
Mercy hospital at Davenport yesterday
aged 40 years, she having gone there to
undergo an operation for tumor. She
leaves a husband and one child.
Judge Glean reconvened the circuit
court at 9 o'clock this morning, and the
petit jurors were excused until 9 o'clock
tomorrow morning. The grand jury s
hard at work grinding away and will
probably not report for several days.
The ladies of the M. E. church will
give their experience sociable and musi
cale Tuesday evening. May 10. Each
lady contributing will recite a yerse of how
she earned it. 8upper will be served
from 6 to 8 for 25 cents. Admission 10
Postmaster Howard Wells, County
Clerk H- Kohler. Morris Rosenfield, C.
EL Deere, H. C. Cleaveland, F. C, De nk-
maao. C. L. Walker. F. L. Collin. B C
Keator, H. A. Ainsworth, Adam Failing,
Senator W. F. Crawford, W. B. Payne
and a number of republican stars of les
ser magnitude, have gone to Springfield
to renominate Private Joe.
The board of directors of the Rock
Island Savings bank who were elected
April 11 P. L. Mitchell, John Crubaugh,
E P. Reynolds, L. Simon, H. P. Hull,
F. C. Denkmann, Phil Mitchell, E. W.
Hurt and J. M. Buford, yesterday or
ganieod by electing P. L. Mitchell, presi
dent; F. C. Denkmann, vice president;
and Jackson & Hurst, solicitors for the
ensuing year. Cashier Buford reported
to the board that the assets of the bai k
had reached a mll ion dollars.
A house owned by Frank Vogel, situ
ated aesr Buncher Bros, slaughter
house, was completely destroyed by fire
at 10:1)0 last night, the flames illuminat
ing th heavens and having an appear
ance cf being nearer the city than they
were. The house was a 1-story fran e
and wis unoccupied. The loss is 800 aid
there uas Insurance of $500 in Donaldson
ft Huist's aeencv. There is a diversity
of opinion as to hew it caught, aomel
think! lg it was struck by lightning and
others that it was the result of incendiar
Ob 'Tver Wats' meteorological sum
mary for April shows the highest barom
eter during the month to have been 80.
404 on the 12th; the lowest 29.310 on the
4th. The mean barometer 30.054. The
highest temperature was 74 on the 27lh;
the lowest 24 on the 9th; the mean tem
perature 47. The total precipitation was
5 41 inches; the average precipitation 20.
The number of cloudless days, 5; partly,
cloudy, 12; cloudy, 13 Dates of frost,
8th. ( tb. 10th, 11th. 15th and 29th.
Thunderstorms occurred on the 1st, 3d,
4th, 27 th and 30th.
WELL WE WON ONE.
Louie Rosenfield that promises to 1 e
quite interesting. Both young men have
been in training the past week, and the
watch is said to indicate but little differ
ence in their speed.
A nine from the fitting department of
the Rock Island plow shops will play a
nine from the b lacksmitbing department
of the same shops a game of ball at the
Hopfields on Sunday morning. -The
clubs are said to be pretty evenly match-
e 1 and the contest will no doubt be in
teresting. The blacksmiths will be rep
resented as follows: A. Kling, manag r
and 2b, John Ecksted c, Dan Doyle p,
Mike Collins 3b. Sivan ?ckberg s. John
Faust rf , August Schnert lb, Ed Fennel
cf. J: J. Carroll If. Will Baker will um
pire the game. .
The Twin-City Base Ball Club Gets
Ab a Terr Nlee (Jatcat It Was at
That Case With. a. Ace .f
ttfcwttiac Terre Haate Oat.
The Twin-City base ball club has won
a game of ball.
The event happened yesterday at Terre
Haute, Ind., and the club of that city
compos?d the victims.
The l atteries were Baxendale and Sage
for the Twin City team and Terrien and
Beam for Terre Haute. In Sunday's game
our boy began to locate the ball for the
first time, and yesterday they got down to
busint&H and rapped out six hits. Some
costly errors at critical times allowed the
Hoosiers to get in one run. Birtson and
Zeis will probably be the battery in to
day's game. The following is the sum
mary of yesterday's garni:
Terre Hante 01O00000 O1
Rock Island S00000 1 0 04
Battertet Terre Haute, Beam and Terrien;
Ro-k Iftli.nd, Baxcodale and Base. Errors
Terre Haite. S; Bock island, 6. Baae hits
Terre Baste, 8; Rock Island, 8. Wl.d pitchea
Beam, a. Time, 1 :5J.
Other games resulted as follows: At
Jacksonville Jacksonville, 7; Peoria, 2,
AtEvansville Joliet, 9; Evansyille, 2.
The Rockford and Quincy game was post
poned on account of rain.
Bully for Baxie .
The old and new city council last night
accepted an inyitation to attend the open
ing game' of ball here.
Pitcher King, of Philadelphia, has been
signed by Rockford and will report for
duty at ence.
It begins to look as if Kid Baxendale
might distinguish himself after all, and
that the Peoria game was no criterion.
Here's he ping that he will .
The new grounds are being rolled avd
gotten in shape for the opening game.
The grand stand and bleachers will prob
ably be commenced in a day or two.
An up town nine calling itself "The
Hustlers," has been organized and would
like to hear from and club that thinks it
can play ball, Cluos wanting a game can
send word to The Argus.
Guldner's nine, of Davenport, would
like to her from any nine between the
azes of 16 and 20 years for fun or money.
Address E. Guldner, 124 East Third
' Oar Ji rrj"has caught onto the staff of
the umpires of the I.-I. league. The
Transcript says: "Cayanaugh as an um
pire, is a great improvement oyer
Rauschkoib, who left so suddenly."
The boj s of No. 6 school defeated the
dummy bt rn nine on Sunday afternoon
by a score of 10 to 4. Campbell and
Free was the No. 6 battery and Shesn
and Stroehle were in the points for ' the
dummy btrn nine.
It is a peculiar coincidence that both
the Twin-Oily and Chicago clubs, which
have been on toboggan for some time,
each won against the strongest teams of
their respective leagues yesterday, by the
same score, of 4 to 1.
Two nines of the patrons of Glockhoffs
cigar store will "ay a game of ball next
Sunday at the Hoofields. One nine has
been dubbsd the "Arcades," and the other
' Louie's Choice." Both are composed of
local expett ball testers, and a hot game
may be ex pected.
The Clu J nine of this city, and a nine
from "The Lion's Den," of Davenport,
are playing- off the postponed game at the
Hop Fields today. Incidentally a foot
race will occur between H. Russ and
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Yens the Standard
Last evening in the parsonaga of the
First Baptist church Rev. Dr. Taylor uni
ted in marriage Sheridan Hammond, of
Terre Haute, and Miss Maggie Keller, of
At the residence of S. B. Hendren, 429
Tenth street last evening occurred the
marriage of George Gordon, of New
York, and Linda Hendren, Rev. F. W.
Merrell, officiating. Henry Hmdren and
Miss Bessie Nelson were the attendants.
The neighborhood tendered the happy
couple a serenade.
In the parlors of the Rock Island bouse
yesterday afternoon Justice David Hawes
united in marriage J. C. J. Logan, cf
Chicago, and Miss Lizzie Tyrre'I, of Dav
an part. The couple were attended by
Miss Estella Logan and F. M. Farber, of
Davenport, and in the evening they left
on a wedding tour east. They will make
their home in Chicago.
That Tired feeling
Is often the forerunner of serious illness,
which may be broken up if a good tonic
like Hood's Sarsaparilla is taken in sea
aon. This medicine invigorates the kid
neys and liver to remoye tde waste from
the system, purifies the blood and build.
up the strength.
Constipation is caused by loss of the
peristaltic action of tbe bowels. Hood's
Pills restore this action and invigorate the
Stoves and Ranges,
1615 and 1617 Second Avenue
New styles of
PREPARE YODR SYSTEM
For the lassitude incident to the wane of win
ter, and the coming of warmer weather.
Nothing does this so gently and safely as
Swiff s Sftqfie. 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 onr children. As a spring
tonic for feeble persons it is invaluable. It
has cared many of the children of blood
troubles, and two of the inmates of severe
Erysipelas. L. B. Tatxe,
Suft Orphans Home, Macon, Ca."
Treatise on blood and skin mailed free.
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga.
We are now ready to serve
you with a delicious dish of
cream. Orders for parties
promptly pttended to.
2223 Fourth Ave.
D. ROY BOWLBY'S,
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
-ill .JIj- II rffi: ta.iL.ihlit Jfc
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hind tbe flnet brands of dotregtic
and imported clears. All brands of tobacco.
Tbe .core of all the ball games will be received
L. GLOCKHOPF, Prop.,
18"8 Fecond ave.
An advantageous pur
chase of ginghams en
ables us to offer one case
of handsome dress styles,
former price 12Jc cents,
9 1 -2 Cents.
One case challies go this
New challina in
sale Monday. Have vrT J
the new etrWa ; n J 1
w 1U au Wool r J,,!
lies-Bedford challies r,
challies. etc. if "?Po
tvuuvA iu ouuvv mem
Crocodile all wool cloths
sale Monday mornine
rr -r-r '
.uwets-nere'8 a b
woe xor.au ail-linenfinecW
towels never befcr-eo df, rlM.
iuau iijia w eeR lor
1 9 Centc
No more can be had wh
mccc ait? guile.
Rock Island. Illinois.
ALL THIS WEEK
WE PLACE ON
I 11 A T Mi.
aii uur Lace mm
Our $25 curtains at $12.50. Others in proportion,
CLEMANN & SALZMANN
1525 and 1527
124, 128 and 12$
THE MOLINE WAGON,
The Moline Wag on Co,
Mannlacturers Of FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A fn 5?,d 5??P'U ',De Platform and other Spring Waconf, eiper.aily aosp ea ic M
neater trade, of saperior worknantMp and finish, filnctrated Pncc V.ti free o
PPllcation. gee tbe MOLINB WAGON before purchase.
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.
Ezcellent Bargains in Ladies' Shoes. . Big Bargains in Boys' Suits.
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