Newspaper Page Text
THE ARGUS. SATURDAY MAY 7, 1892
Baby carriages at Taylor's.
Looking classes at Taylor's.
Wall ptper at coat at Taylor's.
Fishing tackle at C. C. Taylor's.
Curtains and fixtures at Taylor's.
Croquet and lawn tennis at Taylor's.
Diamond rings at Will R. Johnson's.
Parasols for baby carriages at Taylor's.
Bargain bedroom suites at Clemann &
For a nice parlor tuit go to Clemann &
A. new line of ties arrived today at
Lloyd & Stewart's.
Call and see the nice display of siU
Teats at Lloyd & Stewart's.
Brackets wall pockets, clock and book
shelves, comb cases at Taylor's.
Finest line of folding beds in the mar
ket at G. O. Huckataedt's.
Clemann & Salmana are still having a
big trade on lace curtains.
A f ulljine of carpets going fast at low
prices at G. O. Huckslaedi's.
Baby buggies cheaper at G. O. Huck
staedi's than any place in the city.
Lloyd & Stewart have the best selected
styles in spring bats west of Chicago.
The best place in the city to buy bed
room suites is at G. O. Huckstaedt's.
Henry Mueller, a well known citizen of
Moline, died this morning aged 50 years .
Carpets of all kinds at Clemann &
Salzmann's. The largest stock in the
Mrs. R. Crampton left this morning on
an extended visit to friends in Chicago
and the east.
Louis Richards was fined $3 and costs
in the police court this morning for dis
Remember this is the last night of the
discount sale of knives and forks at Will
The stage of water at the Rock I eland
bridge at noon today was 9.05 and the
teiuperature 55 .
Rev. T. W. Grafton and family have
returned from a short visit to friends at
Another new lino of straw mattings
just arrived at Clemann & Sa!zmann's.
Call and see them.
Watches that will pass inspection at
lower prices than the inspector can sell
them for at Will R. Jnhnson.
Mrs. R. O. Campbell and daughter, of
Oakland, CaU aunt and cousin of Dr.
Sala, of this city, are visiting here.
Commencing tomorrow, two cars will
be put on the Elm street line running
dawn Fourth avenue to Ninth street.
At the First Baptist church tomorrow
evening the Young People's Union will
bave a symposium on christian work.
An election is to be held in the Sixth
regiment, I. N. G. at Moline Monday
evening, May 16 to elect a colonel and
other field officers
In connection with the death of Mrs
James Mill, of Barstow, The Abocs er
roneously mentioned the name Franklin
8. Merritt. It should have been Frank
Frank Nadler, of Moline, while racing
on a bicycle in company with some com
panions lat evening fell and had his left
kg broken. Dr. Kern i, of Moline, at
Miss Rose Yost, residing with her wid
owed mother, Mrs. C. Tost, about two
miles east of Rapid City, died of heart
failure at 9:30 e'clock this morniug, aged
R. B. Ellis, of Cable, who was stricken
with paralysis some weeks ago, and who
was reported as reccvering a few days
ago, has suffered a relapse, and it is now
feared he cannot possibly recover.
There haa been some tall hustling in the
Rock Island postofflce the past 13 hours
All the mails from the east since Wed
nesday night came in a bunch, and Wan
amaker's Rock Island favorites earned
their salt for once at least.
The Twin-City Columbian committee
f 21 meets in adjourned sossion at the
rooms of the Rjck Island Citizens' Im
prcvement association this evening to
consider the Fourth of July celebration
and other important Columbian features
Mrs. Milton Jones has decided to give
one more concert at Harper's theatre, the
date to be announced later. With her
interesting and deserving family of seven
children, assisted by some of the best lo
cal talent in the three cities, Mrs- Jones'
nnliriog energy and ambition to give her
childien a fcood musical education, as
well as a high school training, is her
proud aspiration. Th family have been
rehearsing on all of the latest music for
the past few months, and promise our
citizens an enjoyable and pleasing enter
tainment in this, their last performance
in this city.
Help the Columbian fair in proportion
as it will help you.
LOST IN THE LAST.
The Twin-City Aggregation Drops
Our Bora Try Hard t. Take a diame
mm Kvaasvlllr, Bat Fall
Uiwa at the Kminh-Bwe
The h ime club lost another game to
Evansvi le yesterday, but the latter b&d
no walk away, they played ball to get it,
and the i;ame belonged to anyone up to
the tenth inning. At the end of the
ninth the score stood 3 to 3, but in the
last innii.g Evacsville scored twice and
their visitors failed to do anything, so
that the ?ame which was very interesting
througbcut was won by the Hoosiers by a
score of 5 to 3. Bartson and Sage was
the battery, and Browner or Baxendale
will rrob ably be put in the box today.
That the Twin-City team has a weak
spot som 3wbere is certainly true, and it
is indeed a pity to sacrifice the work of
gooi pla; era in order to retain others
whom in all probability it will be neces
sary to release later on.
In Tb-irsdaj's game at Evansville
Browner was put in the box, and in the
first three innings cave the Hoosiers seven
base hits and five runs. Baxendale was
then put in his place and the first man at
bat rapped out a two bagger which was
the only hit made off him until the eighth
inning when Briggs, of Evansville, made
his homo run drive. The Evansville
Journal speaks of Baxendale's work as
talking team changes
President Hodges received a letter
from Manager Sage this morning in
which he t xpressea his confidence that
me present players would ail come
around all right and play good ball yet.
and he seexed reluctant about making
any changis whatever. Strange to say
he had ignored the instructions to sign
Nulton. who has been playing second
base temporarily. Certain it is if any
changes are to be made at all they should
be considered pretty soon, as all the other
clubs are s lengthening up and the man
ag2 Kent v ill look a good ways before it
can get a titter man than Nulton. Man
ager Sage ought to know his business,
but he will not make a success of the
team ly holding on to inferior players
and letting better ones slip thruugh his
AT THE GROUNDS.
Mayor M;Conochie thU morning issued
a notice to the workmen engaged in
erecting tte fence and grand stand at
the ball par z, restraining them from en
croschicg f irther upon where Forty-third
street shouli be until further notice. The
base ball association had taken about
four feet of Forty-third street as platted
in order to .eave 15 or 20 feet of Forty
second stret t clear for public use. The
ball association by its lease with Mr. Mc
M aster has the entire U9e of Fortyssecond
as it should be, as that street has not been
platted. In order to accommodate the
people up tt at wav, however, the asso
ciation had vacated a part of what it bad
a right to use, but the people at the
other end kicked to the mayor, and
hence his order. It is hoped the matter
may be speedily adjusted in some W 'y
as every minute ol delay to the ball asso
ciation is coetly these days. Liter the
matter was amicably settled as to all par
t PORTING GOSSIP.
Bartson's work in the box so far has
been highly HatiBfactory. -
Terre Hau'.e has signed Sowdcrs who
pitched for Fort Wayne last season
Manager Brackett knows his business.
The Club l ine defeated the nine from
the Lion's D n, of Davenport, yesterday
by a score of 19 to 15.
In the 100-yard foot race between Russ
and R senfield yesterday afternoon, the
former won the race by about nine feet.
Qaincy has released Shortstop Deneen
and the management is now negotiating
with Clingmso in the hopes of sisnice
According to the Evmsyiiie papers the
Twin-City team needs somethingfor "that
tired feeling." Manager Sage ought to
prescribe a remedy.
Evansville is strengthening its team by
releasing Flannigan, Ellsworth and Coon.
Kennedy lias been signed and is now
playing third base for the team.
A number of local experts with the
rifle went out below the sawmill this
morning and tested their skill with the
rifle . Peoria alack birds being used and
the record beir g for the best score in 10
birds. The fo lowing was the result:
10blrd. 6 birds.
E Cook 4
F Crawford 6 6
A BarUtr 4 8 .
J Martin 5 4
A Unite 6 2
A Kogers 8 6
The boys go out again nrxt Tuesday
and the upshot of their practice will no
doubt be the foi nation of a local gun club.
Prevention Bettor Than Our.
Many persons are afflicted with skin
eruptions, boils or ulcers. Brandreth s
Pills taken freely will in a snort 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 cores, bed tores, and the like have
been driven from tbe skin by the an.
Only begin in time and a few of Brard-
reth s Pills will prevent many a sickness.
Brandreth's Pills are purely vegetable,
absolutely harmless, and safe to take at
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each dty. Most people need to
Swift's Specific is the best spring medi
cine, because it assists nature to throw off the
impurities of the blood by its prompt action
on the skin, and at the same time tones up
the entire organism. This is just contrary to
the effect of the various potash, mercury, sar
saparilla mixtures, which bottle up the impu
rities in the system, thus producing much
sickness and suffering. Therefore, for a
Spring Medicine .
you cannot do better than to take a few bottles
of S. S. S.
"As a physician, I have prescribed and
used S. S. S. in my practice as a spring tonic,
and for blood troubles, and have been very
successful. I never used a remedy which
gave such general satisfaction to myself and
my patients." L. B. RrrcHY, M. D.
Treatise on blood and skin discuses mailed free.
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., At:anta, Ga.
THE TKAVELKKV tiUIDE.
flHICAGO, BOCK I8LAKD PACIFIC KA1L-
V- way Depot corner Fifth aveone and Tbiny
Crt atreet. Frauk H. Plummer. agent.
tKast. ; VWkst,
Council Biufie & Minneao- ( !
UDit Express 1 : am 4:5 am
Kansas City Day Express... 11 :80 pm 5:50 am
Washington E xpress I 12 ;2 J pm 3 : IS p m
Council eluffa Mmneso- I !
ta --es ( 7 15 am 7:50 pm
Omaha and Denver Veeti-1 !
Dule a xpress 1 5 :4 1 am :M am
Kansas City Limited 4:18 am 10;47 pui
Stuart and I aSallc Expree'i 5:45pm 9:0am
Denver Hyer ll :ii am 3:23 pm
'Daily. IGoing east, jyoinewrst.
BCaUNQTON ROUTE-C, B. A VI. KAIL
way Depot First avenue and SixUenth St.,
at. J. Toang, agent.
TRAINS. I ht. mini
8t. Louis Express a :40 am ft:40 am
8t- Loa'.t Express...........! 7:87 pm ?:!? pm
St. Paul Express 6 45 pm 7 5i am
Beardstown Passenger j 9 :fS pm 10:35 am
Way Freight (Monmouth)...! 8:00 am 1:50 pm
Sterling Passenger..........; 7:55 am ' 411 pm
St: Paal Exprevs 5 (P am 8 45 pm
Sterling Freight ! 11 JO am 10 81 a -a
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE A ST. PAUL RAIL
way Racine A Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
avenne, B. D. W. Holmes, agent.
TRAINS. kaAVB Amrv.
Mail and Kxpreao. .......... S:45il B:Oopm
St. Paul Express 8:15 pm 11:25 am:
ft. Accommodation....... 1:00 ;ir 10:10 am
Ft. A Accommodation 7 .88 am 6:10pm
ROCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DK
pot First svenus and Twentieth street. F.
H. Rockwell, Agent.
TRAINS. Lsavb. Iabkits-.
Fast Mall Express 8:(5 ami-7:' 5 pm
Express 2:S0pm 1 25 pm
Cable Accommodation 9:10 am: 8:00 pm
" :00pmJ 8:06 am
Parlor . . .
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
We are now ready to serve
you with a delicious dish of
cream. Orders for parties
promptly pttended to.
W. TREFZ & CO.,
2223 Fourth Ave.
WaSh GOOllS Handsome
The Leonard Cleanable
Quick Meal Gasoline
Stoves, guaranteed to have
Call and examine ' Sold only
1615 and 1617 Second Avenua.
New styles of
D. ROY BOEBY'S,
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
Tfc'" .;. r."r.' v v..?dr. kj.s .im
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
I ways on hand the flnct brands of doTestc
and Imported clears. A'l brands of lobicco.
The score of all tbe ball games will ba received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
18!" 8 Second ave.
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
New challies in h.sr .
sale Monday. Rave
the new effects in all woolrj
challies, etc , if not ve win Z
pleased to show them.
Crocodile all wool doths on
sale Monday morning
One lot all all-linen finedaaa
towels nevtr befor-Eo df, ,
than 25c, this week for
1 9 Cents.
No more can be hal wu,.n
these are gone.
Rock Island. Illinois.
ALL THIS WEEK
WE PLACE ON
All Our Lace Curtail
Our $25 curtains at $1250. Others in proportion
CLEMANN & SALZMANN
1525 and 1527
124, 126 and 12$
POCKET KNIVES and SCISSORS took the highest premium
for quality. If you want a good knife try one.
ne 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.
Every woman that keeps house wants one. Wrought Iron
finish Fire Sets and Irons.
Acorn Stoves and Ranges
are the leaders made in Illi nniH fnr nnranft rnal ari l everv One"
guaranteed. These ar all tmnri thi
any other time. Come in and see how much I have to show yon
tftat is useful and novel in housekeeping goods.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rock Hand.
Early Flannel Shirts, Early Overcoats,
You will find the most perfect, largest stock of early Underwear,
Flannel, Madras and Chevoit Shirts, also Spring Overcoats
AT THE jyjl &
You ought to see the Underwear we are selling at 2oc and 50c.
You ought to see the beautiful line of Summer Flannel Shirts we are selling at 25c to 2AHK
You ought to see the magnificent line of Spring Overcoats at $4.85 to $15.00.
If you trade at the M. & K. you will find it a decided saving.
Everything as represented Nothing otherwise.
One Price and that Lower than any Other Dealer,