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jastoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
ami Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
jlillions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
fovcrishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cnrcs Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teetliiiiS troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy ar d natural sleep. Cas
toria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
fjit1rii is an oxet'llent medicine for chil-
i,,n M rs have repeatedly told me of its
i i"vt upon tboir children."
Dr. G. C. Osooon,
,. past.ir a is tlie best remedy for children of
hx!i I ac'l,ia'ntel- I hope the day is not
far ilisrant when mother will consider the real
Itterrs: of thfir children, and use Castoria in
et&'. of the various quack nostrums which are
dfstivyitif tbi tr loved ones, by forcing opium,
uvrribne, soothing syrup and other hurtful
'lits down their throats, thereby sending
idem to premature graves."
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" t astoria is so well adnpted to children that
I recommend it as superior to any prescription
knovn to me."
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Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T.
" Our physicians in the children's depart
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ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
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ROUTED BY ROCKFORD.
The First Game Lost to the Men
Tiie Laeit f a few Timrlr sit
Helps the Visitors to Win a
jiarne Tomsay Ryan and
Other Hpnrilns: Kotes.
A cold, miserable, drizzling rain kept a
large number from attending the Bret
game with the Rockford team at Twin
City paik yesterday afternoon. A small
crowd was present and saw the home team
receive their first defeat at the hands of
the Hustlers. Our club was materially
weakened by the absence of Mackey who
again went wrong yesterday, and made
his appearance at the grounds in an in
toxicated condition, Zeis was put in
Mackey's place in left field and Bartson
looked after the right garden while Hoff
man again played short. The work of
the home team in the field was gilt-edged
and though manv chances were efftred,
but one etror stands against them.
Browner was found freely, though the
visitors succeeded in getting but nine safe
bits off him, while eur boys got a total of
seven off Kling. While the Twin-Citj's
outficlded their opponents at every point
they were unable to bunch their hits, leav
ing men on bases several times when an
opportune hit would h&ve scored the
runs. I he features of the home team a
playiDg were four double plays in four
successive innings. Mr. Wiswell, of
Rockford, was the only man who
broke the monotony of singling;
he lifted a looloo over the right
field fence for two bases and at his next
turn a? bat Le put another out in the
cold world out in the street, but no one
else succeeded in doing it.
Browner undoubtedly pl&ycd the best
game he ever put up on the home
grounds yesterday, and that very fact
taken into consideration with the mag
nificent support given him is evidence
that at bis best he is not up to the com
pany he is in. He displayed merit how
eyer. that deserves recognition. lie is
a Rock Island boy and on that account
it may De prudent to extend him con
sideration that would not be accorded
other pitchers. The Argus harbors
nothing personal against Browner. On
the contrary, nothing would afford it
more gratification than to see him prove
more than has been expected of him, to
see him indeed become the star pitcher
of the team. But above personal prefer
ences The Argcs is for the best interests
of the team. The time is at -hand when
the management should strengthen its
weak points. The record of games
shows that mat weaRness is in
the box. Bartson so far has
demonstrated his superiority over the
other two pitchers. That should be ex
pected as be is the highest salaried and
the oldest pitcher of the three. Baxen
dale was signed as an experiment, and it
remains for the management to judge as
between him and Browner which is of
the more actual service to the team if a
change is to be made, or, whether the in
terests of the team demands that two men
better than either be secured. There is
a financial side to be taken into consider
ation too, and we should not be too quick
to judge the management's motives on
that account. If there is any strengthen
ing to be done it ought to be done in the
box, and justice to the remainder of the
players seems to indicate that that im
provement be made the management
should decide how to do it.
Appended is the score of yesterday's
K 11 P A E
O'Diy, 4...S 14 7
TJulton, S..0 1 1 3
Dsle, cr....O 8 11
McGuirk, 1.0 1 10 0
Hoffman, s0 110
Bartson, rf..O 0 0 0
Zeis, )f....O 0 3 0
Sage. C....0 01
Biownvr.p l 0 0 2
0 H Nicol, rf3
0 Wiswell, If. 2
0 Tlorpe, S..0
O Troby.s?.. .1
0 Purvif, 1.. .0
1 V Alstiue.3 0
0 Snvder. c.O
0 Kling, p 0
3 7 24 14 l! Total ... 6 957 6
Bock Island-Moline. .1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 23
Kockford 2 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 6
Bae on balls Kling. 4; Browner, 3. Struck
ont Klmj, 8; Browner, 3. Hit by pitcher
Browner, 1. tmpire-Snsss. Time 1.40. Two
bse hits Wiswell. . Double playe Xnlton,
t"Day, McGuirk; Browner. (Sage, McGuirk;
Knllon, Sage. O'Day, Dale, O Day.
TOMMY BY ATT.
Tommy Ryan, the champion welter
weight pugilist of the world, who ia now
being backed and handled by Billy Gib
son, of this city, and who will spar six
rounds at Harper's theatre Saturday night
with Prof. Conley, of TJtica. N. Y, is no
doubt one of the cleverest men who ever
aspired to pugilistic fame. Ryan is eyery
inch an athlete. He does not use liquor
or tobacco in any form, and is always in
good condition. He is yet a very young
man, being born at Newark, N. J.,
March IS, 1870, and hat been in the prize
ring but three years, during which time
he has certainly earned his title to cham
pion welter weight of the world. He has
never lost a fight and his record of vic
tores is aa follows: Defeated Joe John
son, middle-weight, in five rounds with
two ounce gloves at Marion, Mich. De
flated Dick Ingland, middle-weight, in
23 rounds with two ounce gloves at Lake
City, Mich. Defeated Martin Shaugh
nessy, 23 rounds, two onnce gloves at
Detroit. Defeated Micke Dunn in nine
rounds at Detroit Defeated ' Martin
Bhauganessy - (second match) in 53
rounds with kid gloves at Detroit. Fought
a 67 round draw with Jimmy
Murphy with two-ounce gloves at Giand
Rapids, Michigan. Knocked out Jimmy
Murphy (second battle) in two rounds
at Detroit, Michigtn. Defeated Chris
Christopher in ten rounds two-out ce
gloves at Grand Rapids, Mlchign.
Bested John Mclnerney in five route's
at Chicago. Bested Bob Harper in four
rounds in Chicago. Defeated Con Doyle
in 26 rounds at ThftTPr. Indiana, with
a dislocated right hand from the second
round on. Knocked out Ed Bart'et'
the Boston club man, in three rounds
at Sheffield. Indiana. Stormed Prof.
McGuire, 190 pounder, in three rounds
at Chicago. Bested Frank Gairard in
three rounds at Chicago. Defeated
Dannie Kcedham for the championship
of the world in 76 rounds at Minneap
olis. Defeated Billy McMillan of Wash
ington, D. C , in three rounds. Defeat
ed Con Dovle fsecond battled in eisht
rounds. Bested Paddy Brtnnan of Buf
falo in ten rounds, and defeated Frank
Howson, champion welter weight of
England, in 14 rounds near Chicago.
In all this long list of victories Ryan has
always had decidedly the best of it, and
stands to-day pre-eminently above any
man of his class.
Rock Island-Moline fielders pulled base
hits out of the clouds yesterday.
There is no disguising the fact that
Rock Island-Moline needs another
Four double p'ajs in a game is
gord showing ia fielding for the home
O'Day and McGuirk arc men you don't
meet every dy. Not in the I-I league
The boys plaved all around Rockford
in the field yesterday despite the absence
of two of the regular fielders.
Glance at O'Day'a record in yesterday's
game. It isn t every day that an in fielder
puts up a game the equal to that.
If the Twin -City pitchers were equal
as a whole to tbose of the Rockfords, the
club would be ahead of the best of them
in the leagun.
Nulton's work at third and his pluck
of a high liner yesterday gave him a
warmer place in the hearts of the fans.
Its that kind of playing that makes a
The Twin-City boys are getting down
to pretty fine playing. At Monday's
game they played without an error.
Yesterday they had but one error, and
it was of the scratch order, and perhaps
excusable under the circumstances.
Eli Mosenfelder is in receipt of a letter
from L. N. Cunningham, of Knoxville,
111., wbo desires to bring a nine of ball
players to Rock Island June 9 to meet a
nine from this city under 18 years of age.
If there is such a team in the city the
management of the same might arrange
for the garre by communicating with Mr.
Had Mackey been in his position yes
terday instead of down town making
an exhibition of himself during the prog
ress of the game, the boys would prob
ably have won. Mackey called at the
Argus office kst evening to state that
he was tired of playing in Rock Island
and was determined to leave the club
be would never don a uniform again
here. President Hodges stated this
morning that he was tired of Markey's
nonsense and had determined to suspend
him for the season and get another
man in his place at once. This is the
proper course to pursue. There Is
uothine to be gained by parleying with
such obnoxious and unruly players.
Ice cream at Kreil & Math's.
Orange ice at Krell & Math's.
Sidewalk buck at T. H. Ellis'.
Your pastry is not complete without
Krell & Math's ice cream.
Wanted A good gir,l must come rec
ommended. Apply 312 Fourth avenue.
If you want a nice box of candy step
into Krell & Math's and have them put
one up for you.
Lost Between Fifteenth street and
McCabe's dry goods store, a purse con
taining f?. Finder will be liberally re
warded by leaving the same at Abgus of
fice. That mistake of Edwards & Walsh
in overlooking the additional 3 inches
of macadam to be plhced beneath the
Brady street paving, resulting in their
forfeiting the contract awarded them,
cost the firm just $500. They pre
ferred to forfeit their bond rather than
to carry out the contract at the figures
that they bid whea theyread that 9 as
as 6. Davenport Democrat.
When Baby was sick, w gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Uisa, mue c.out; tt Castoria.
When she had Children, she gaT them Castoria.
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people need to
Children Cry for
Couahine leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam .will stop the cough at
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Roek Island Savings Bank,
BOCK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open dsily from s. m. to 4 p. m., and Saturday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock.
FKap9rcent Interest paid on Deposits. Monev loaned on Personal, Col
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I. P. REYNOLD!. Pres. T C. DBNKMANN. rice-Pres. i. K. BUPOBQ, Cashier.
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CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
All kinds of Carpentering promptly attended to. Estimates
foraished when desired.
Shop cor. First ave. and Seventeenth u Rock Is' and.
City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telephone Rock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus er express
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