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TUB AUGUST TUESDAY; MAY TO, 1892
fiiriwberries at Young's. .
Attend the game Monday.
Home grown asparagus at Young's.
Home crown recetables a Young's.
Rock Island vs. Jacksonville Monday.
"Doncaster Station", at Harper's thea
C . A. Rosander returned this morning
Wall paper and curtains at wholesale
prices at Sutcliffe'a.
Don't forget the danclDg school at Ar
mory hall Saturday night.
The Armory building is being wired
throughout for electric lights.
Lettuce, radishes, spinage and cabbage
Wednesday morning at Young's:
Chief Rimskill. of the lire department,
has his new uniform and will don it in
few days. I
Dancing school at Armory hall Stur
day evening. Come and enjoy a pleas
. Mrs. E..B. Xiowrey has been called Jo
Gardner, 111., by tun death of her grand
father at that place.
Attend the opening game Monday at
the Taia-City ball park; Rock Island
Moline vs. Jacksonville.
Wanted Contractors to call at once at
Architect Stauduhar's office and figure on
Hartz & Babnsen's new building.
Lost A sum of money between Vic
and Twentieth street. Return to Thk
Argus office and be rewarded.
Mrs. Williamson having removed to
1813 Third avenue, is now ready to re
ceive her old customers.' An apprentice
Dre. A. H. McCamlless and W. T.
Magill left today for Springfield to attend
the annual convention of the State Den
tal society which meets there.
The actual work has at last been begun
on the Hencepin canal. Men have been
set at work cutting down the trees on Big
island along the route of the canal.
Moore & Livingstone's company played
unrtwood as the -opening produc
Uon at Harper's theatre last , evening.
Tonight "Doncaster Station", will be put
' ' ' ' "
Patrick Dougherty, of Edgington, who
-participated-ln the fight' with Edward
Simmons at Edgington Saturday night as
detailed in last night's Arous, is reported
better today; ; ' " '
Carrington, the drummer boy f Shiloh.
gives vivid and realistic imitations of flie
sounds of battle, sounds f terror, of tri-
umph, the bugle call, roll of drums, rat
; Uing of musketry, and roarof cannon. .
There wai a collision on the Third ave
ue line near the Peal house in Moline
yesterday afternoon, occasioned by one
-. f the cars jam phaj the: track and coL-
'. Jiding with another going pie other way.
. JTo great damage resulted. .
Carrington'a "Miscellaneous .Wander
ingsr The Daily Gzette of Colorado
Springs says: "Last night A. R. Car.
rington gave the most fascinating and
. thrilling entertainment ever listened to
by an audience in this city."
Ludolph flchwecke returned Sunday
from Colorado Springs, whtre he had
been for the psst month for the benefit of
his health. He is much ' improved, but
expects to return in the fall and spend
the winter in Colorado.
The place to buy wall paper is where
they have the largest stock and where
they can do your work on short notice.
Try Sutcliffe, he is the leader, and if he
can't please you, no one can in the city.
Now is your time to do your papering,
and if you are in a hurry it will pay you
to go to Sutcliffe. He has the largest
stock to se'ect from and the .most Ken,
which enables him to do your work on
Thomas Laflin, the expert marksman,
residing about three miles south of Milan,
had the misfortune to have an ankle
broken by tripping in alighting from a
buggy an evening or two ago. He will
probably be laid up for sometime.
Blake & Burke, the new plumbing
firm, has removed its quarters from 1700
First avenue to the Dauber building at
1810 Third avenue. The firm is meeting
with abundant fucccsa and in its new
location will doubtless do more than ever.
The telephone number is 1217.
J. H. Lidders met with a very r ainfol
accident on Saturday afternoon. He was
raising a bale of hay from his delivery
wagen into the loft of a barn when the
rope broke letting the hay slip and it fell
striking Mr. Lidders in the bark. The
accident will probably lay him up for a
jV-A-ealoiw wife in Davenport after keep-
in tab on her husband for some time
and becoming conyinced that he was pay
ing too much attention to another woman
she went into the store yesterday morn-
jsed in Mitiions of Homes
It g where the disturber of her domestic
b ipplnoss was employed and administer
ed a sound rawbiding. A divorce suit
will probably result.
The Rockford Construction company
commenced active work on the Third ave-
n :e paving contract yesterday 1 morning,
v. ith the curbing at the corner of Third
avenue and Ninth street and working
eust. The layiDg of the pavement will
follow and the company proposes to
ttake a record by the rapidity with which
it puts the brick in. '
The entertainment to be given by John
K orris cmp, S. of V., at Turner hall
tl Is evening gives promises of being an
enjoyable one in every respect. The
programme will be participated iu by the
J mea family, Mrs. W. B. Barker, Misses
V umie Loug, Lulu Harris, Mary Swan
s n and Bertha and Clara Johnson, and
at adiress will be nude by C. J. Searle,
B. F. T.llinghaet, managing editor of
ti e Davenport Democrat, who as secre
te ry of the Iowa Russian Relief society.
8- w the Hawkeye contribution to the
ft mine stricken people safely off at New
Yoik, has returned home. Mr. Tilling"
h tst has done a noble work and should
ftel proud of ihi important and promt
nont part he has tsken in the great char
it tble undertaking.
The entertainment given by the Tur
ncrsat their hall on Saturday evening
wis one of the most pleasant affairs ever
given by the society. The hall was
cr iwdcd to its utmost capacity, a large
ni ruber being turned away who were un
at le to eet inside. The programme was
a very entertaining one, and was paitici
pitted in by the children as well as the la
dies' class. One of the most unique fea
turesofthe exhibition was the Chinese
lantern drill by the" little girls' class
which would have done credit to much
older heads. The work of all the class
es was exceedingly good and reflects much
endif on the instructor Prof. E. A
ihiring the . past few days several im-po-tant
real estate transfers have been
made through Reidy Bros.' agency that
are indicative of the city's prosperity. E.
Illingsworth disposed of his property at
the corner of Sixth avenue and Twenty
thi d street to J. C. McElberne, the con-
aid -ration being $3,200.,; J.-C. Rismus-
sen purchased of Nels Olson his property
on Fifth avenue between Twenty-first
and Twenty-second . streets for $2,050,
anc also another ' piece, in the same block
from Mrs. Eteanor Allen, the considers
Uon in the latter, transfer being $1,350.
Mm. Bridget . Tobln purchased through
the same firm two tine lots in Lynde's
new addition.- for $1,500. and will erect
twe handsome residences thereon.
WON BY ONE.
Thn Twin-City Team Again in the
-. , Swim.
' . .- ' . . .
The aoji Take the First 4aiae from
the Lunatics Yesterday A.
Change for tne Better,
Tlie following is the standing of the
clubs of the I-I league up to date:
Played. 'Won. Lost. Cent.
....10 10 0 1,000
Bock fords 7
Jack onvillcs g
Tem Hautes 9
Quin :ys 7
5 J 33
B . .333
The Twin-City team covered itself
with glory again yesterday, and the fans
are ltappy once more. A change in the
teaa seems to have proved beneficial, as
the boys no doubt ftlt encouraged by the
char ge. Baxendale pitched another win
ning game and the local enthusiasts will
no doubt give the lad a warm reception
wheii he appears on the home grounds
Dale won for himself a warm place in the
hearts of the locals by smashing out a
big home run yesterday. The boys kept
their errors down to threo yesterday.
whicii is a decided improvement over
some of the other games, and unless the
signs of the times have all got out
of plumb the Twin-City aggregation
will row push its way to a good position
in th- standing cf the clubs. Manager
Sage had his knee hurt by being hit with
a ball, but it is nothing serious and he
will be able to catch again in a day or
two. Zeis held the youngster down in
good ty le. The Twin-Ciiys are all right
behin 1 the bat.' It will not be long be
fore t ley will be home and everyone
should turn out at the opening game next
Mocd iy afternoon and give the boys a
grand reception on their return home
Work on the grounds is progressing
despit i the disagreeable weather, and un
lets it rains both night and day, the
grow la will be in pretty good condition
40 Years the Standard
for the openlag game. The following is
the summary of yesterday's game:
Jacksonville! 1 S010S0006
Hock Inlands ,8 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 17
Batterlea Millard and RafTert; Baxvndile and
Zeis- Base bits Jacksonville. 10: Rock la ands,
8. Twc-1 aae hite Fuller, Vohler, Flyon. Hnme
run Dale. Errora Jacksonville, 4; Rock Isl
ands, 8. etrack out llj Millard, 18 ; by Bazea
Dale made a home run in yesterday's
It may be that a bad beginning will
make a good ending. Hope so.
Nulton is a favorite everywhere. He
is one of the stars of the two eyed league.
Terre Huute has released pitcher Eidie
Mars and is cow figuring on signing simo
If the boys will win a third of the re
maining games b.fore coming home, we
ought to be satisfied.
Ed Kilmer and Louie Rosen fie'd are in
training for a sprint that will come off in
the near future.
Umpire Roach, Roache or Rooacue,
has been released and the lower part of
the circuit will breathe easy again.
One by one the gtmes a e won; won
by one, was the resul: of yesterday's coo
tsst in favor of our boys. If the team
will keep the record up it will come out
CavanHUgh'o umpiring gave gtDcral
satisfaction. Patrons at the park may
rest assured that we now have an umpire
wno thoroughly knows his bu-iuess Ii'n
a pleasure to attend a game win u Cava-
naugh acts as umpire. Evansville Jour
In a foot race between John Dabn and
M.J. Mulcahey, two employes of the
plow works on Saturday, the lattcrs
ankle turned so that he was unable to fins
ish the race. It will be run at noon next
The Chicago Herald has the following
concerning the KKround glove contest at
Dubuque Saturday nigbt: .
The 10-round glove contest between
iTom Ryan, champion w Her weight, and
Paddy Brennan, of Buffalo,' came off in
this city tonight. Ryan was about .20
pounds lighter than Brennan, and weut
In with a lame hand, but won the contest
in a walk. Brennan fought t-hy all
through, and resorted to all manner of
strategy to escape punishment Ryan
literally chased him about , the 24
foot ring, landing heavily at Rl-ntWt
every -effort . on ' Brennan's face
and chest.- In the nin'h . B ennan
was sent to the florr five limes, rallying
with the greatest difficulty. In the tentb
he came up groggy .and undertook to
turn the fight inro a wrestling mt'cb He
struggled hard to avoid' Ryan's bavy
bloWB, dodging, clinching aud running to
escape . punUha.eot aort .stay - the ten
round.. He mmagid to avoid a com
plete, knock out, .Ryan manifesting no
disposition to crowd him or knock him
-out. It was a hard struggle, not particu
larly creditable to Brennan in its- result,
and demonstrating Rvan's cleverness as a
Pozzoni's Complexion Powaer . pro
incesasoft and beautiful s-kin; it com
bines every element of beauty and puriiy
Heed the warning which nature is constantly
giving in the shape of boils, pimples, erup
tions, ulcers, etc!? These eruptions show that
the blood is contaminated, and some assistance
must be given to relieve the trouble. S. S. S.
is the remedy to help force out these germ
poisons, and will en? Lie you to
'1 have bad for years a humor in my blood,
which made me dread to shave, as small boilg or
pimples would be cur, thus causing Uic i having to
be a great annoyance. After taking three b ulea
S. 8. 8. my face i all clear and euinoih ax it Khould
be appetite SDlenuid, f leep well, and f-e! like run
ning a foot race, all bv thn use of 8. S. S "
Cats. Qeatoh 73 Lau.el tL, PUla.
Treatise on blood and skin mailed free.
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Adanta, Ga.
Early Flannel Shirts, Early Overcoats,
You will find the most perfect, largest stock of early Underwear,
Flannel, Madras and Chevoit Shirts, also Spring Overcoats
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 25c to $2.00.
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.
The Leonard Cleanable
Quick Meal Gasoline
Stoves, guaranteed to have
Call and examine Sold only
1615 and 1617 Second Avebu
See the .
New styles of
1726 Second Ave.
- Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brands of doeat!c
ana importea civars. All bi and of tobacco.
The score of all the ball games will be received
L. GLOCKHOFP, Prop.,
18f8 Second Ave.
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 customer.
ALL THIS WEEK
WE PLACE ON
Our $25 curtains at $1250. Others in proporti
1525 and 1527 .
. Second Avenue,
POCKET KNIVES and SCISSORS took the highest preminj
ijuaiiiy. j.i you want a gooa Knile try one.
, : Onaneed not be told what a nice present an elecant Carving
uavo IU ouuw
; Every woman that keeps
finish Vina fiat-a an A T
" yjvo auu UUUB,
Acorn Stoves and Ranges
are triA larloT-D m.'Aa ?n tii:
waus iu 1U1UU19 1U1 UUI DUi L tUitl fliim'"J
guaranteed. ThB fl.ro SlII trrtA tViinrra tn hmr at Phristmas 8
" w V
nnir vfV. it .-1 .
-ujr uiuw Lima, itomein ana
mat is useim and novel in housekeeping goods.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave; and Twentieth Street, Rock Manl
1 . - . "Wl ft.
laiKC jni (IT Klhk
5, 7, at 3 opnt Tr.. .
Very low di pp r, ..rrri
v-ry good, how acla
many uses to whicli tW?
be nut. UC3J
MOTH PROfiF BAGS-.
You are probably gV.ut
wondering how to 6aMv !!
the summ-r vour 9e,l t&tS'
eacque. or wook-n ?,rmtDl5.
solved the problem bv ob:fc:n'B .
proof bitrin two size- n-i,(
ble, COcand 63c; no od'c
meets kept in these bags. s" fK"
Our Lace Curtains
1-:4,126 and 128
W 1H LH5, AiSO lllOOO
house wants one. Wrought Irail
r t ,nl ar-arv one
LU&UCLU W I. . u. "
. , . . .. nntl
aee now mucn i nave to buu;"