Newspaper Page Text
THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, JIAY 13, 1897.
La taftMn?fisBimIIB' JJtVJ JLUL V VI UV1 u uuuvu. Team Takes Another Came From Ted Sullivan's Tigers. In business and in building life are much the same thing. On it must rest the weight of years that follow so that it matters much just how it is laid. The cornerstone of Shields' business was laid on the principle of "Your Money's Worth at All Times." It has proved A SUBSTANTIAL ROCK Upon which to build, and when all has been done and said it is the one prin ciple that should underlie all business ventures. In grocery merchandising you cannot miss it by getting your share of the offerings at Shields', where each dollar represents the full one hundred cents in value. VAENEY AUDEBSON IN THE BOX. Delivers a iood Article and in Ably Sup ported All Around Dubuque Hit Hard, Their Star Ta Her. I'eternon. Being Again Knocked Out -An Even Break on the First Trip A Serlex With Peoria. Plaved. Won. Lost. Peret Qulncy 7 5 2 .7m Hook Island in 6 4 .Am BurliDirton 7 4 3 571 Peoria. 9 5 4 .X Cedar Rapids IK 5 5 ..mo Ottumwa s J 5 .375 St. Joseph A 2 4 .XH Dubuque 9 3 6 .SB After the storm of yesterday's kit tle on the Dubuque diamond had sul sided the story was related thusly: Rock Island, 11: Dubuque, . Man-, ager Varnev Anderson was in the liox for the locals, and the result is suffi cient explanation of the quality of his work, it was Ins lirst appearance on the diamond this season, and for one who has had so little opportunity to pet into shae he did remarkably well. lie was given fairly good sumiort all around. Sullivan changed lotteries once. He was desperately hungry after the game, but it wasoiirs. The Rock Islands hit the ball the hardest, but their hits were generally right at the Dubuque fielders. Phil lips' errors were excusable. Iiemg all made on balls hit too hard to handle. Anderson took tilings easy after his side scored seven runs in the fifth inning, when Peterson, Sullivan's phenom, was driven to the bench by the lxnnhardment of the Islanders. Wright's sensational lielding was the feature of the game. The score: SH LD CASH GROCERY. Phone 1217. 2600 Fifth Ave Prolific of Prescriptions. Nothing is productive of more preioriptioni nothing 1b better fit ted to fill the human ytem with poison, than a leaking pas jet. No poison is quite so poisonous as illum inating gas. Quite frequently the pipe needs only a little tinkering to stop the leak, but that tinkering should be done by one who thor oughly understands his business We think we thoroughly under stand onr business, and should be pleased to do anything for yon in the plumbing line, at any time. DAVIS COMPANY. 112-114 West Seventeenth Street, Rock Island. The Beauty Of our new stock of Wall Papera doesn't alone lie in their artistic colorings and designs, bnt in their remarkable cheapness. Wall Papers 20 per cent cheaper than ever before. See oar great re daction in prices and you will be surprised. ADAMS WALL PAPER CO.. S10, 812, 314 TWENTIETH ST. PASSING OF BISHOP PERRY. Distinguished Iowa Prelate Die at Ilu- buqne. Rt. Rev. William Stevens Perrv. D. D., L. L..D.. Ph. D., bishop of the Epis copal diocese of Iowa, died at the home of J. K. Deniing at Dubuque at 8 o'clock this morning of a paralhtic attack following apoplexy w ith w hich he was seized last Wednesday. Bishop Perrv was ltorn at Providence, R. I.. Jan. 22. 132. He graduated from Harvard college in 1&; with the degrees of A. M. and PhD., and two ears later was or dained a priest in the Protestant Epis- ' '' ' ir ' : I of our FREE ADVICE our rhyiMan and a FREE 8AM PLE r mciltrine ami a fr .c Pre Kook treating all We with $6 excellent - .... ... '- wrw n . n 1 1 1 k 1 1 i i m " Mill! J rcrles ar tonic of the reawn why job hould write u. I 3 Dr. Kay's Renovator Cure the very Worn raw of Pvjpcpnia. ConMluallon. Headarhe. Liver and Mdaejr uieac. SmU fr nof of It. We Uuarantee It. Write u about all of Tour ymptoni. lr. Kaj'a Renorator In (old by drnnrUta. or teat br mail on recent of price. .i rent and Sil.oo. " Addrm Dr. B. J. KAY MEDICAL CO.. (Wwtra Qffca) Omaha, Neb. EVERY WOMAN a4aafllaM. aa anrartdrnpiaeata ka UN. thiy, nroiatinc aadMaa. ale tti u an I vaat la haw, gat Dr. Foal's Pennyroyal Pllla TW ata aaaaat, aala aM aanala la ram It. Tka Mai. 6aBiaarvaatai.fla. iNmru For sale by A. J. BaUs, Druggist, Book lalatd, UL rDtltfllamia nOaaOavaiaaQ. Rnri htaml.H n ro a El Dnhuqiie. . . .ft H Po A R B1SHOI PEKET. ' copal church.. He served as parish priest at Litchtidd. Conn.. Provi dence. Koston and (ieneva. X. Y.. and was consecrated bishop of Iowa to succeed Rishop Lee Sept. 10. 1KT6. He was historiographer of the Episco pal church in this country and presi dent of the church convention in this country. He had attended all the Iimhrcth conferences of the church, and was recognized the world over as one of the most learned ami represen tative divines in the Episcopal 2 licliurcli. Just lefore Ins death J J he had lieen apprised of the fact that 1 o he had lieen ordered gazetted chaplain jj. of the (.rand Priory of the Hospital l o 1ts of St. John of Jerusalem, an J jj honor of considerable litinctiou. as o o there is but one other in this country 0 jWho liears that distinction. He hail 8 1124 8 8 received many degrees of rank and o 1 o -n honor in the church of England, o o 2 2-8, i.-.i . ., ... r ... ,.,.. Two base hits-Kane. Ph llins. Three Imse ' at i iii.a- hits-Dillon. Uses 'stolen -K:ine. Thornton, uelphia SIX months ago, and her re- Ha-r, Strauss. Hannu. Hubbitt. Andi-rsiiii. m iiiw iv,.i- ;.,t,.i-,-,.,l tl,m. T Wriirbt. Double plavs-Kane to ihornionr ' - Inn.-tor to HiHlue to Phillips: Hanna to Flit- T'eteu the bishop s body will be hertv. Bases on balls-O:! Peterson. 4: oil broiio-ht to II i vi.mw.rt liu ;.. c(.,i llrown. 2. oil Anderson. 2. Hit bv pitched ball . , , 1 -Bv Anderson. 1. Wild pitches Peterson I: the I athedral. and then taken east HrUowr3:vtAndersV,n7B2y Pasbs i f,,r 'ri:,1. although the arrangements Strauss. Time of came. 2:25. Umpire. Ward. !IS yet incomplete. Other games: At Cedar Rapids. I ,u' ''isbop's adopted daughter. Cedar Rapids 1:$: Peoria 1 : at St. Anna Richardson Perrv. is his Baer. if ....8 M'Kiben. rf2 Wntrht, cfO Strauss. e 1 Fl 'hertv. 31)1 Dillon. In I Hanna. 2b.. I Babbitt, ks.1 Anders'n.p 1 1 I 2 12 1 3 2 I 1 0 0 I Kane. ss...l 0 iHBr'wn.lfpO 0 I Thrnton.lhl fiKilaeky.rfe2 2 troetor.ef 2 0 Ilodue.c.o 1 Muck. 2b.. 0 0 Phillips. 3b 1 0 Peterson, pfl J. Brown. lf() .MFarlau'rfl 11 27 11 5. Rock Island 1 0 2 0 7 Dubuque 3 0 1 0 0 Joseph. St. Joseph 1. Quincy 0; at Hurliugton. Ottumwa 4. BurliiP'ton 0. Note. Rock Island broke even on the trip. One more jump ami we'll la? at the to) of the bunch. Anderson has gotten together a corking team so say all the fans. Rock Island ami Peoria opens a se- sole heir. River Ripleta. The packet (juincy passed up. The Verue Swain and Winona were in port. i The Kit Carson came down with 16 I strings of lumber. el , i . , ... . I j nc iimocrnoy ami 1'ilot came down, and the Saturn and Satellite i went up. I The stage of the water at the Rock isiami Di-Hlge at b a. in. was :.'.K, at noon o.'.io. J he noon temperature was 4 1. The water is falling at St. Paul, I'..... I l. i .. 1 : .. 4 X' ... r ie Rock Islanders are iin.r to ! ,M ' .,K KP.",!- K'okllh aim .-i. iouis. ami is stationary at all other points. Twelfth ries of three games at th street park this afternoon. The Rock Island and Davenport High school teams cross bats at the Twelfth street park tomorrow morning. If the Iowans are victorious they will have out the Kock Islamlers are goino- to make a strong ellort to land the game. If they are successful a tie will be the result. Then will come the ruhlicr. anil the home boys feel confident if fortune follows them that far 'they can do the rest. The Rock Island team is composed thusly: Ed Sie mon. lb; Harry Mitchell, 2b; (ieorge Knox. 3b; Clfnt Stafford, e; Walt Hodgdon and E. Schillinger. p: Dud ley Marshall, tf; Ralph Dart, if; John Weise, If; Harry Camplell. ss. Have You Kidney TronbleT A 50 cent trial kittle of Foley's iure win prevent serious results from this usually fatal disease. Sold by T. T. Thomas. The Universal Food Chopper. MEAT Grinder, Spice Mill and Chopping Bowl, all give place to this won derful machine which costs $1.75 And is guaranteed to please everybody. Come and see the Special Dem onstration today and to morrow at J. W. Stewart's HARDWARE STORE. Cropper Recital. The recital by Miss Hat tie Marin Cropper, assisted by her mother, Mrs. hdmtind Hrooks Cropix-r, and Miss Florence (ieraldine Trumliell. pianist. at the Y. M. C. A. auditorium last even ing proved, as promised, a musical treat. Miss Cropper, though vet a mere cniiii. nas a sweet voice of truly h nominal volume. The audience was enraptured bv her sin'in". Mrs. i ropper. too, apj)eared in excellent voice, while the instrumentation of Miss Trumliell brought forth enthu siast ie approval from the audience, Miss Trumliell gave a violin solo. Ru- uensiein s larentclle, " as the open ing numoer oi ine program. She re sponded to an encore. Miss Cropper sang i.a nia s loiels Irom Men delssohn's "Spring Song.'" and for an encore gave "The Stars Are Shining rsrignt aiy iive. Airs. CropiN-r then sang -Hv With Me" from Verdi's 'Ernani," and on recall she and her daughter gave lira m "a "The(iypsies." Miss Trumlx ll plaved selections from Chopin: Miss Cropper sang "Mignon." "Looks and Eves" and Chaminade's Summer," and on recall rendered "O My Rby." Mrs. CropjHT gave "(layuor's -Spring Si'ing," Bullanl's June Lullaby" and Forrester's - Ich Lie lie Dich. Miss Cropper sang for the closing numlier "For All Eter nity," with violin obligato bv Mis iruniliell. J he audience demanded more ami uie Trio graeetullv re- spnndetl and gave "Happy Days."' When Nature -eeis assis'ance U may Ik? fwst to render it promptly, but one should remciulier to u.e even the most imt- tect remedies only when needed. The liest and most simple and gentle rem edy is the Syrup of Figs, manufac tured by the California Fig Svrup company. I nfortonate People are they while suffering from kidney diseases are prejudiced against afl advertised remedies. They should know that Foley 's Kidney Cure is not a quack remedy, but an honest sruar- anteed medicine for kidney and blad der troubles. T. II. Thomas sells it Lieenaed to Wed. J u!ius H. CaL-ea Voline Mi A uiruta Fritz Bock Island Louis H Mealev Quinev Mi-w Melissa Hitchcock Rock iilsDo William A. OUen. Moline Mi! Amanda Johnson Moiine, ARE READY TO MOVE, Rock Island Soldiers Who Will Fight for Uncle Sam. C AWAIT ORDERS ntOM WASHINGTOII. Ih-otiuation of the Kiath Mill a Matter of Conjecture. Hut the Home Itoya Will t n donltterilj He Anions the Nest Trooa ho Will lie Called to the front Krora Caiup Tanner. Camp Tanner, Springfield. May U. The following uiciiiIkts of the ol man Ritles are now United States soldiers: Captain William McConochie. First Lieutenant Luke Hemenwav. Secoud Lieutenant (ieorge Flood. First Sergeant Alfred Hear. Sergeants Ham- Anthony. Ed Dunavin. Rolnrt Mcl'ouochie", John I-irson. Corporals Harry Coyne'. Harold Jensen. Charles McKinstry. Drum Corps Hert lioughton. Will iam Campliell. Arthur Swanson. Frank Morgart. Privates lxin liledsiK', John Iirom ley, John liarney. John Carse, Clay ton Case. Otis Crouk. Rirl Cameroii, Fred Cov, Walter Cox. John Cassiu, Leon D. Conover. ((Hirge, CI.hjiht, Jessie (J. Cook. Alliert Diedrich. Will iam David. Oscar E. Daligee. Frank Downs. William Durling. Robert Fitz simmons. Walter Fitsimnions. Frwin Foster. William Frey, Holmes Frv, Milton Fider. John (ilass. Frank llaynes, Fred Hebeler, Fred Hamilton. Oscar Jensen. David Jacobs. Ralph Kepford. lien Koch. Christian Koch. Peter Kessler, Henry Lamp. Marshal Lucas. Thomas kiffcrty. James Mnf tit. Stephen Moore, Roliert Maisik. William Montgomery. Charles Mor gart. Ed Murphy, W'illiam McEIhenie. (Hodman Olson. Allen Pratt. John I'age. Louis Rosenlield. Charles Rugc. William T. Ranson. Joseph Reiner. Otto Rosche, Jerome Rowley. Joseph tauiHT. llarry smythe. Jr.. .John Schmidt. Chris" Schmidt, lien Sear-. Chauncey H. Sears. Edwaiil .Siciuon. Carl Sluis. Charles Schmaeht. Elwy;i Townsend. Ieouard Titterinrtoii. Fmil Van Ierhurg. Flward Wagner. Ernest Wolfruni, Russell P. Hamp ton, (will be appointed color sergeant.) Awaiting dera. The whole camp has lieen on wail ing orders all day. Nothing new was heard from the war department, and tonight Adjt. (Jen. Reece said he waited only the order to move mid the arrival of the ears andthcoth and 3d regiments would lie hurried to New Orleans. These two commands are fully ccuipcil and the men were restless all day in exiiectation of marching orders. This is the situation. The war de partment asked (iiiv. Tanner Tuesday how soon he could have two regi ments reaiiy to move; lie answered that they would Ik- ready Thursday noon. Since then no orders hae been received from tin; war depart ment, and until they come no mine can lie made. When the 1st regiment is mustered in tomorrow steps will be taKcii at once to equip that command ami the bth regiment, the next two to move, but no one seems to know just where these regiments are going, and they. too. are waiting advices from Washington. Lieut. L. R. Gaylord. adjutant of the 1st battalion. Gth regiment, has returned home on a detail lo attend to the transportation of horses for Lieut. Col. Kittilsen. Maj. Shannon and himself, to have them in reaili ness at pringlield for the departure of the tith for the front. The t. . ! , nurses to ne laKen lo tii'inrlici l.y Lieut. (Jaylord include two belong ing to Maj. Channon. two for Lieut. ( ol. Kittilsen, recently purchased from A. P. Fisk and F.'C. Allen. Mo line. and the lieutenant's own ani mal. ' TlIE oldest article of jewelry I I is undoubtedly the rin". We read aliout rings Used by people centuries ago. We may say rings are as old as the eaith and planets, liecause they are said to "travel in rings."' To day the ring is worn more than any other product of the jew eler s art. They arc made tip iu many different styles, from the plain wedding ring to the A lirnuiiiui ocjewcieu set ring, T There are a great many rings T sold nowadays that are just made to sell and not to wear, t Such rings should 1 avoided, f Then there are the kind of rings that we sell, beautiful and tasty. ;t strong and durable. We have just received a great many new designs in rings. Among them are a lot of lieaatiful rinjs set w ith diamonds and other fancy A stones in artistic combination J. RAHSER, MAXCTACTrRIXG JEWELER. !9 !AL - RUGS Beautiful Colorings in Medium and Large Sizes. CONSIGNMENT Will be shown until Saturday, May 14, when these remaining unsold will be returned to Im porter. Having no chances to take off loss on unsalable rugs, we offer them from 20 to 30 per cent lower than merchants buying them S outright. I) Visit Our Carpet Deparment This Week. ?5 U hill Pay You. lA.J.SmithsSonJ al 19:1 19.S Waal Third rrnol rtttrck'oriD-rJ - - .--.-. ci 1 vo a. y A llll III UUUIC Is something which is unknown to the patrons of our Shirt Department. Like some of the clothes which 1 we sell, all our Shirts are made to fit perfectly. and form pleasant relations between the Shirts, our patrons and ourselves. Good shirts here don't mean a extra cost. The same prices you would pay any 7 1 r r . i mi . .. wucic lur ldtiury snins win ouy our tailored gar ments. WH,TEuns,ZRIr, 50 to 75 cents Laun dried, from $1.00 to $1.50 COLORED SHIRTS, to be worn with White Collars, but with Cuffs to match, $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00 Proper sleeve lengths with every neck size in all grades. SQMMERS & LaVELLE. 1 1S04 Second Avenue On6 Prior Why Are the Peoria Stoves Leaders? m Because wherever known they have a reputation for Quality, Style and Moderate Prices combined Suffi cient to make them leaders. We offer yon an entire new line of Stoves uneqnaled in qnsJitj and prices. U'e call yonr attention t the following three leaders the Peoria Uxington, R. gal Ixington am! the Rival Ixington. The steady increase in sales of our Peoria Stoves and Ranges furnish the best of evidence that the people in general believe rjualitj pays in Stoves. They are made by the very bebt grades of new materials. They are constantly addin" all of the latext desirable improvement, making our line the reliable, as well as the most profitable to our patrons. SUMMERS & CO. "MUrtk - t