Newspaper Page Text
THE ARGUS. MONDAY". M A Y 9? 1892
Moth proof bags Mclotire Bros.
Orif iwood" at Harper's theatre to
Richest, rarest rutrs; see window full
at McCabe Bros.
The city council meets !n adjourned
session this evening.
The wonderful "dancing - skeleton" at
f 3 blazers will be sold while they last
for $16? at McCabe Bros.
For Sale A safety bicycle at a bar
gain. Inquire at this office.
Aralanche of bargains in Smyrna rugs
this week at McCabe Bros.
Eclipses all former ales the iackets
and blazers at McCabe Bros.
For low prices and good workmanship
Tisit the Adams Wall Paper Co.
Lost A bunch of keys. Fnder will
receive reward by leaving at this office.
New papers, choice and pretty in de
sign, at the Adams Wall Paper Co's.
Moore & Livingston' company opens
a wee&'s engagement at Harper's theatre
The greatest blazer and itcket sale for
this year was commenced today at Mo
T. H. Ellis returned todav from Cable
and reports his father in a very feeble
The greatest jacket and blaser sale so
far this Tear, opened this morning at
The stage of water at the Rock Island
bridge at noon today was 8.80, and the
temperature was 49.
Ribbon sale at Mclntire Bros'. 5 and
7 for 8 cents per yard 9, 12 and 18 for 5
cents per yard cheaper ribbons at cheap
Moore & Livingston want 100 children
to participate in Saturday afternoon's
matinee at Harper's theatre.
For picture moulding, picture books or
artistic material, visit the art department
of the Adams Wall Paper Company.
If you contemplate having a pUin in
grain see the many colors displayed at
at the Adams Wall Paper Co's.
B. F. DeGear sold his residence property
on the corner of Seventh avenue and Sev
enteenth street Saturday to Andrew Cole
man for f 3 000.
4 cents one case of prints at Mcln
tire Bros', this week at 4J cents regu
lar 6 cents goodj. Q untitj limited to
Mr. and Mrs. Charles McHugh leave
for Denver tonight, Mr. McHugh going
to attend the convention of the American
Ticket Brokers' association.
Carrington's children's matinee. Illus
trations from Robinson Crusoe; scenes
from funny side of life; at First Baptist
church Saturday afternoon.
fne Adams Wall Paper Co. have in
creased their force of paper hangers to
enable them to handle all the work that
may com? into them this week.
Division Passenger Agent H. D. Mack
of the C, B. & Q. left for the east Situr
day night in response to the grievous
intelligence of the death of his mother at
The s'.reet railway matermsn and con
ductors with little exception appeared in
their new uniforms yesterday, and made
an appearance that is highly creditable to
For Sale A complete boarding house,
room for 40 men, near C. R. I. & P.
depot. Enquire a, this office. This
house has just been newly fitted. 'Sick
b 8 is the cause of selling.
Carrington, the drummer boy of Shiloh,
gives vivid and realistic imitations of the
sounds of battle, sounds of terror, of tri
umph, the bugle call, roll of drums, rat
tling of musketry and roar of cannon.
The Adams Wall Paper Company is
prepared to f upply any of the leading
color of opaque shading, and they have
an experienced workman to make and
Tee freight blockade caufed by the
washouts by the late rains, has made e
delay somewhere of a pr; of the smjrna
ruts bought by McCabe Bros . They are
looked for any minute.
Shiloh! Battle of Shiloh.'! Generals
MeClellan, Sherman, Scbofield. Logan
and otaer illustrious union and confeder
ate t fibers pronounce it the most won
derful portrayal of a great battle in exis
tence. T. F. Whcelan, for many years con
nected with tbe Rack Islander, has ten
dered his resignation to accept a more
desirable position. . Mr. Wheelan is a
siil.f ul i nd u dus rious ccm osi'.or ai d a
firs :!as good fellow generally.
Carrington's" "Miscel'aDeous Wander
ing!" Tne Daily Gszette of Colorado
Springs says: "Last night A. R. Car
Tington gave the most fascinating and
thrilling entertainment ever listened to
by an audience in this city."
Matinee 1 Matireell Matinee!!! Car
rii gton's popular matinee, hist ory, music
science, novelty, allegoric, pyrotechnic
an 1 chromotropic dUp t s. A delight for
ch ldren.' First Baptist church. Satur
day afternoon. May 14. admission, chil
drtd 10c adults 25c
McCabe Bros, bought the close of the
stock for the spring season of a large
cloik manufacturer. Result $3 blazers at
1 37; black embroidered blazer jackets
at V2 . 13, and a lot of other bargains,
which they are very anxious for you to
see this week.
The ladies will have their experience
sociable at the First M. E. church tomor
row ni ht. An entertaining programme
will be given. Everybody invited,
especially those who want to learn how
to it ake a dollar. Icecream and cake
after the entertainment. Admission 10
Ci.y Attorney J. L Haas met with a
pain'ul misfortune Saturday evening.
While engaged in a friendly banter with
George M.Lukens as to a test of strength,
Mr. Haas sustained a compound disloca
tion Hnd fracture of the right leg above
the aakle which will require some time
for rc covery. Dr. Bernhardt dressed the
Tri-City Ministerial union met this
morning at the First Baptist church.
There were 19 ministers present. Dr.
Archibald, of Davenport, presided. Rev.
D. H. Lovett and O. B. Waite, of Daven
port, and Revs. Merrell and Shuey of
this ci'.v. and McKee, of Milan, were ad
milted to membership. Rev. J. H. Kerr
read tte proof sheets of his forthcoming
work" The New Testament Introduction,"
and Rev. T. B. Wilson presented a peper
on the "Laymen's Movement." The min.
isters dir.ed at the Harper,
Negotiations have been completed
whereby W. L. Gansert has disposed of
his grocery business to Gus and William
Moeller, who will hereafter conduct it
under the firm name of Moeller Bros.
Both ih; new proprietors have been in
the employ of Mr. Ginsert for sometime,
and are well acquainted with the trade.
They a-e both wideawake, energetic
young men and wilt no doubt meet with
abundant success. W. L. G insert re
tires from the retail business in order to
associate himself with hisbrother-in law,
T. H. M:Nevin.who lately purchased the
business of George E. Bailey. The style
of this ntw firm name has not been de
cided upon, but both gentlemen are live,
progress! ?e business men and will place
themselves in the front rank.
AND STILL THEY LOSE.
The Tv.in-City Team Playing in
Oar Baj Ifrop the Third Vue to
Kvanorille Some ibansri to
Occur in the Trim.
Oar bos don't seem to be in the push
They are tnxious to win and are working
hard to dc it, but some how things don't
come their way. In Saturdaj's game
Browner at.d Z ;is composed the battery and
tbey held the Boosters down pretty well,
but the home team has some weak points
and ULtil they are strengthened no great
werk can be expected of it. Word was
received frt m Manager Sage this morning
that be had signed Nulton for third base.
Houseman, who bu been holding down
third since the club started out, came to
Manager Sege like a man and acknowl
edged his weakness and expressed
his willingness to be released. Houaman
had an accident last summer
that disabled him the latter part of the
season. Manager Sage has determined
to give him a chance in the field and he
played right on Saturday. Housman's
wcrk at tie bat has been improving
steadily. Oa Siturdny his work with
the slick w,is the feature of our boys'
game, l e having hammered out two sin
files and a double, assisting Ljnch to
score, the latter who by the way has
twice saved the locals from a shut out
Manager Sag has also concluded to re
lease Bailey ss Boon as another first base
man caa be si cured. The score stood 4
to 1 in favor of EvanBville at the close ol
Yesterday as a field day in Rock Isl
and. Every pasture anywhere near the
city, that aSoried a place large enough to
lay out a diamond, was covered with fans
tossing the pig tkin and doing the base
ball act in gent ral. At the Hopfields yes
terday afternoc n the Oikdales of this city
and Guldner's nine of Davenport melon
the diamond green. Long and Wright
was the Oakdales battery and Krom and
Reese filled the points for the visitors.
The game was quite interesting for the I
players and was won by the Oakdiles by
a score of 27 to 12.
The Arcades and Loue's Choice', two
nines composed of the patrons of Louis
Glockboff's ci?ar storo. played a game at
Ninth avenue and Twelfth street. The
game was called at 3 o'clock, and from
that time until the gathering shadows
warnrd the players that the night was at
hand, they pounded and ran and yelled.
About 5 o'clock four innings had been
played, the scorer run out of paper acd
gave up, but the boys p'ayed right clong
Atout9 o'clock last night the scorer finally
figured up thst the score stood for the Ar
cades 42 to 11, when he gave out. ' Cully
Lidders and Tom South was the battery
for the Arcades and McEinstry ad Connel
ly for Loue's Choice. Louie ought to be
proud of bis choice.
The No. 8 school nine defeated the
dummy barn nine yesterday by score of
50 to 25. The game was for 92 a side.
Campbell and Weaver ws the No. 8 bat
tery and Shean and Stroehle were in the
points for the dummy barn boy.
The A j ax is the name given to anew
nine that has just been organized up
town. It is composed of a number of
Rock Island's old time player, and is anx
ious to meet any nine in the three towns
that thinks it can play bill.
The Hustlers, an up-town nine, defeat
ed the C, R. I. & P. nine yesteriay
by a score of 27 to 21. The Hustlers'
battery was Brough and GrifU i.and Muse
and Hinks did the work of the railroad
The game between the blacksmithing
department and fitting department of the
plow works played yesterday morning at
the Hopfields, resulted in a score of 28 to
20 in favor of the former.
The Oakleaves of this city did up the
Victors, of Davenpor', Saturday after
noon by a score of 15 to 13. Filzsimv
mons and Olson was the batter; for the
Toe Stars defeated the Evers on Satur
day afternoon by a sore of 38 to 16.
Schooker and Hull was the Stirs' bitter?
and Kimser and Ever for the Evers.
Carrington's illustrated entertainment.
An 'V.ffninr if Mien l'anpina W . -(1.-r
iegs" have been given 343 consecutive
: : -.u : & - . 1 1 i :
uuica iu vuii-hij'j. a success UBpar&ueieu,
At First Bip'ist courch Saturday eve
ning, May 13.
1HK 'IKATKLEKS' HLlDfc.
CEICaGO, HOCK ISLAND PACIFIC HAlL
way Depot comer Flfib avenue and Tbirty
firat gtreet. Frank U. Plommer. agent.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard
Council Bins A Uioueao- I
ta Day Express f 1 :05 am 4 :' 5 am
Kansas City Day Kxpreas...; ll:)pm 5:5m
Washington Kxpree.. yi.ijym a:lpm
Council a lulls & Minneeo- I 1
ta T -css I 7 15 am 7:50 pin
Omaha and Denver Vet-ti-11 i
bule express f S:tt am 4:56 am
Kansas City Limited 4:iS am 10;47 pm
Stnart and I arallc EipreM 5:45pm 0:0am
Denver flyer 1 Ai a?ii S:j3 pm
'Daily. IGoingeast. ;Qoing west.
BUKLINGTOS RuUTK-C, B. A Vi. RAIL
way Depot First avenue and Sixteenth St.,
M.J. Young, agent.
St. Loais Express
8k Lonis Sspress.
St. Pant Express
Beardstown Passenger. ..
Way Freight (Mor.sioalh) .
ft : Paul Express
a 40 am
6 45 pm
! 8 :00 m
7 :S5 am
: 5 S'l m
i 11:20 am
I M am
1 :.so pm
8 45 pm
10 81 7
CHICAGO, MU.WACKEB A ST. PAUL RAIL
way Racine & Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
ivenne, E. D. W. Holme, agent.
Mali and Kxprees
St. Panl Express
t. & Accommodation..
1 :S5 tr
9 :00 pm
ROCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DE
pot First avenna and Twentieth alreet. F.
H. Rockwell. Agent.
Fast Kail Express
I cava. Aanrva.
8 :t 5 am i
2:30 pm :
1 26 pm
... lsSr 1
The Leonard Cleanable
Quick Meal Gasoline
Stoves, guaranteed to have
Call and examine Sold only
1615 and 1617 Second Avenud.
New styles of
D. ROY BOEBY'S,
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
One case Standard Prints
These are not the cheap
trash usually sold at 4
l-2c, but are regular 6
l-2c goods. Quantity
limited to each custom
Some interestine fuhr-,,.
large lot of Bibbona.
5, 7, at 3 cents pprvaH
9,12. W. at Scents
Very low p,ice80n iat h, "
grade of Hibbor a, i., f,'0
vry good. howr ,hS2
many uses to which th,y'S
be put. lucn
MOTH PROOF BAGS
Bre probably ab.ut tfci, ,,
wonder.ng how to 8afe!y kt(,n u
the summer your eesl ekin ,,
sacque. or woolen eirm., w. C
solved the problem hy ,. ' "
proof basin two size: i.riff, M '
ments kept la these bags
Rock Island. Illinois.
ALL THIS WEEK
WE PLACE ON
All Our Lace Curtains
Our S2 curtains at $1250. Others in proporti
CLEMANN & SALZMANN
1525 and 1527
124, 126 and 12S
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on band the finest brands or doTcetic
and imported civars. AH brands of tobcco
The icore of all the ball games will bi received
L. OLOCKHOPP, Prop.,
3 8' 8 Second Ave.
for quality. If you want a good knife try one.
One need not be told what a nice present an elegant Carrina
Set like those I have to show will be. Also those
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Everv woman i hat. Trr.r,
finish Ci. 3 T
uuiou i iio ocio auu irons.
Acorn Stoves and Ranges
are the leaders mads in Illinois for our soft coal an i every one
guaranteed. These are all good things to buy at Christmas-or
any other time. Come in and see how much I have to show yon
that is usefal and novel in housekeeping goods.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rock Mand.
Early Flannel Shirts, Early Overcoats.
You will find the most perfect, largest stock of early Underwear,
Flannel, Madras and Chevoit Shirts, also Spring Overcoats
atthe M. & K.
You ought to see the Underwear we are selling at 25c and 50c,
You ought to see the beautiful line of Summer Flannel Shirts we are selling at 2oc to $2.00.
You ought to see the magnificent line of Spring Overcoats at $1.85 to $15.00.
If you trade at the A. & K. you will find it a decided saving.
Everything as represented Nothing otherwise.
One Price and that Lower than any Other Dealer,