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THE ARGUS, FKIDAT. MaY G, 1802
8trw berries at Browner'.
All kinds of vegetables it Maj'a.
Fresh dressed chickens at May's.
All kinds of vegetables at at Browner's.
Attend the Turner exhibition tomorrow
Asparagus, onions, lettuce and spin age
Gome to our 20 per cent discount sale
Choice spring lambs at Schroeder's
market, telephone 1194.
Telephone 1194 Scbroeder's market
for choice spring lambs.
At 75 cents the M. & K has placed on
sale $1 quality chambray shirts.
Choice spring lambs at H. Schroeder's
market on Twentieth street
Ring up telephone 1194 II. Schroeder's
market for choice spring lambs.
Choice Florida oranges, apples, ban
anas and strawberries at Long's.
Our discount sale of 20 per cent is a
great saving for you the London.
Go to Schroeder's market on Twen
tieth street for choice cuts of beef.
Call and see what bargains we are of
fering in our children's department the
The Leonard cleanable refrigerator is
sold only by David Don. Beware of im
itation. Our entire stock of children's clothing
in this 20 per cent discount sale the
Seats can be reserved for the Turner en
tertainment, at Spcidel's drug store to
morrow. Every family should have a Z inesville
stone filter, the cheapest and best. Sold
by David Don.
Head lettuce, epinage. green peas, new
cabbage, asparagus, raddishes and onions
Go and enjoy the delightful entertain
ment given by the Turners at their hall
Shiloh! Shiloh!! Shiloh!:! A R Car.
rington, drummer boy of Shiloh - First
Baptist church May 13
Some dea'ers cill tbem cheap at $1,
others ask 125. but the M. & K price
for those chambray shirts is 75 cents.
H. S. Slosson. of Coldwtter, Mich ,
was today elected superintendent of the
Moline schools to succeed W. H. Ilatch.
Special bargain hour between 9 and 10
Saturday mornirjg at the M. & K. poei
tively none before 9 and none after 10.
The quica-meal gasoline stove lights
like gas. Don't fail to examine this won
derful stove. Said only by Da Id Dju.
The ladies' Oxfords M. & K. will place
on sale on Saturday for one hour are not
the ordiaary 50s grade, but regular 90c
quality at 43c.
The Hennepin canal would be a pretty
good thing just now, when water seems
to have more to do with tr;ffic matters
than anything else.
The weather does not interfere with th e
M. & K sales it is a conceded fact that
there is no place like the M. & K for
M.4K. are supplying the little (is
well as the oip) folks with clothing there
is nothicg that compares with the M. &
C. stock and crices.
Before 9 and after 10 the price will be
90 cents; between 9 and 10 the price w,!l
be 43i. One pair to each customer on
Saturday a, m. M. & K
A horse and a cow played hivoc
last night down twn. The oeople
who have no fence in front of their lawns
are looking for their guns.
Saturday a. m., between 9 and 10
o'clock, M- & C. will place on sale a line
of ltd tea 90c Oxford ties at 43? a pur
none before; none after.
It is remarkable the immense business
M. & K. are doing in their boys' depart
ment but when you consider the qual
ity, price and assortment it is oaly
It has been suggested tfcat in view of
the possibility of exceedingly, high water
it would be a good plan to get the sewer
gates and pumps in the lower end in con
dition for emergencies.
You cn buy wall piper at George Sut
cliffe's cheaper than at any other house
west of Chicago, and If jo j are in need of
piper or curMirn it will pay yo j to call
on him and be convinced.
Every day, every hour, ivery minute
the M. & K. seivj nothinj but bar
gains. Between 9 and 10 Saturday a.
m. w 11 be special bargain hour ladies'
90c c uality of low shoes at 48c.
Do not put off papering your bouse
any longer than you have to, but go at
once to Gsorge 8utcliffe and place your
order. lie has the largest and best se
lect-Hi stock in the three cities.
"B.Uy Gibson, who is now hardling
Tomiay Ryan the wtlttr weight pugilist.
will return to Rock Island about the 12 h
accoiiDanicd bv Rjan and his family. It
is sail that the latter will probably make
Rock Island his headquarters hereafter
Ih 3 funeral of the unfortunate Finga
Hill vaa held from the Broadway Presby
terian church this afternoon and was
lirgely attended. Augustana college sus
pendt d for the afternoon to permit stu
dent to atterd.
The Twin-City Team Keceives Its
Second Shut Oat.
Era.a-rtlle Appltr ike Calaonalne
ttometkiBc the Matter with
Ha.aah nail Sole.
The home team had another fall taken
out of it yesterday at Evansville, by a
score of 11 to 0. The boys played first
rate g od ball the three games at Terre
Haute, but Wednesday they had a day
off, an i yesterday they went to pieces
again, and received their second shut our
which makes it appear that there is some
thing teal rotten in Denmark, freeiden
Hodge j in conuection with Manager Sage
has be. n trying for a number of day
past to figure out the weak points in the
club, aid last night the president tele
grsphel Manager Sage to sign Xultoa o
Peoria for third base, and this being the
beginning of some ebanges that it is
though: will shortly be made in the team
The boys play their second game today
Outer games resulted as follows: At
Jacksorville Jacks ;nville 0, Rockford
9; at Terre Haute Terre Haute 3. Joliet
8. Quiacy and Peoria, rain, no game.
At Cincinnati Cincinnati 4, Brooklyn
At Cleveland Cleveland 1, Washing
At Pittsburg Pittsburg 5. Pnilidel-
At Lo lisville Louisville 2, Boston 3
At St. Louts St. Louis 4, New Yore
At Chicago The Cbicago-Biltimorc
gme postponed; re n.
At Ein.-as City Ktnsas City 4, la-
aisnapol s 2.
The stales at Ojiiha, St. Paul and
Minneapolis were postponed cn account
BASE B VXL NOTES.
The gase between the blacksmithicg
and fit tin j departments of the plow works
will be played at tbe Hopfields Sunday
morning. The following is the fitting
department cine as far as selected: John
Winorerj lb; Doc Williams 2b, A. L'.nd
sTom ss, Charles Head burg S Gus Ap
pelquUt I f, Nick P&sttn c f, Oscar
Apple r f. The batterv will be chosen
The CI ib nine of this city and one
from trie Lion's Den, of Divenport, that
played a game of 21 to 15 in favor of tbe
former on Wednesday play another game
at the HtpSeid tbis afternoon. The
tprint between Ret nfield and Russ that
was postponed will also come off at the
Ibe feona iierald takes exceptions to
trie coachiDg of Dile, of Rock Isiaad-
Mulioe. and says it is a detriment to the
g-me. The Gazette bees to d ff it with tbe
Herald. So long as the coacher refnins
from personalities and addresses ht3 re
marks to pliyers in ceneral, the coaching
forms a bu part of the game. Terre
Haute Uazt tie.
O'Day, o ir new second basemen, took
a rabbit's fcot to EvaDeville, which Le
obtained on hi3 way here from San Fran
cisco. Gjcss the rabbit's foot business
don't go in Evansville. Too much rab
bit's foot and not enough ball playing.
SecoDd Biseman Weikhart and Catch
ers Peetz aad Adams have been ordered
to report to tbe Jacksonville management
or be black), sted.
By the looks of yesterday's score its
time for Maisgcr Sage to turn someone's
picture towards the wall.
The Joliitteam is credited with 11
stol.n ba-es in its last game with Rock-ford.
IS SPRING A FAILURE?
Many People Feel That It Is.
If It Is Not So Joyous as It Once Was,
Is It Not Your Own Fault?
Too wrote a composition when yon were a child
in scheol beginning. "Spring la (he pleasantegt
kuod or me j ear - ata j h wae men. mere
was every reason wnj it snould bei feasant to you.
ion were i gooa oeaun. -1 nc Dear men ' witnln
too iou bad sentiment, amoiuots and hanni-
ness. laewinimw paea, m.i noirers were
blooming, the birds were singing, Certainly
spring was to jot then "tbo plea?antcl
season or may ar.
But now u It now ? t'o ion feel the tame iov-
outuesg. happiness, and an iciuation that you did
men? A-e oa .nicii wua nope; or pweiniy are
jou weak, in :alJ, despondcuC depressed ! Per-
bapa onr Dead acbts. ou reel tired, and mere is
a lack of all interest and j' j lu life where once in
tbe springtime an was ant'.c pation and bappi
Do yon krow the reason for this change? It is
be r use j n are not well, beca re joor mtilityU
no', so gr.al aa wten in your teens. Ho yon know
what you need? Skmieililug to he'p yo i; somo-
ning wnicn win i rove a ir:ena in neea;" sme
thirg thai will restore n and Dlace where
you were in yonih, which will make lire pleasant
aro nappy, ana w men win again na-e .-pnog
the pleaaamest seasou or iho year." Do y u
know what wil dolbitT We w 11 not attempt to
ten yun. nni win snow you wnai ome's nyedone,
and which yoa may do if you will follow the same
wiKecourse pursued b tliom. Head tbfir words:
lr A. o. Clara, a well-known New lork uhy
sician. says: "i have never kcown a care of
spring debility, spring fever, or aryo' the trouble
which ari'e duriLg tbe season which has net been
rromptly and permanenily cured by the ue of
Warner's Safe Cur j. lu. power at this time ot
year is wonaenui. l hae ren wooiac. ran
down by are and overwork : m n whose vitality
wag exhausted, and even puny children restorec
10 prneci neann mrongn its use."
Mrs. M. M. simonson. of due lev. Mo . mn
"My daughter, who was once the perfection of
health auil happiness, for years afflict d with
kidney and 1 ver disease, complicated with
scro.ula. the hip joint being affecud. She be
came so bad that the doctor want d to unjoint
the hip, 1 would not const-i t to it, and beyan id
miniflcriug a remedy which I had hcarJ much
about, and I am haunv to s iv she is nw mr.-.l
well and healthy, by tho use uf Warner's afe
Mrs. B, E Mayo.cf Rou-e'e "olct. N Y.sys:
"Two years ago 1 tad urr.ble lolls cn my taie.
and.mylood was fearfully out of order. I began
the ue of Warner' hafe Cure; the bils left as if
by n agic. and I have n.ver since bjen troubled
If you are depressed, weak, run down by the in
naence or the season, rolnw ibe advice above
giv n. Yon will certainly find it uroiuble and
valuab'e The renewing power of this eret enre
is beyond estimation, it stands, as it deserves
to stand, at tne bead or all modern discoveries
for the cure or sickness and be renewal of life
Lane's Family Medicine moves tbe
bowels each lay. Most people need to
INSIST ON HAVING
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder,
TAKE NO OTHER.
It Contains Neither Alum, Ammonia, or Any
Hieharcbm't "Diteoittt of Modern Life' The action of ammonia on the
body is that of an irritant and it tends to hold the blood in a state of fluidity.
It also interferes with the process of oxidation of o-ganic matter so that it
becomes an antiseptic, and it rapidly decomposes that idlotropic condition of
oxygen which is called ozone. Thus ammonia prest nt in the atmosphere,
daily respired by living beings, is injurious and we see its eilects in the pallor
and feebleness of many who dwell in houses in the air of which ammonia is
always present houses over stables, for example, or in close proximity to
decomposing organic refuse.
Llebig the celebrated chemist, says of alum, that it is very apt to disorder
the stomach and to occasion acidity and dyspepsia.
"Othello's occupation's cone." He
used to spend days and ni"hta cursiag the
fates and the rhenmatiam. 'n.t h nnlv
lies down and laugbs to think how easily
he was cured by Salvation O.I. at 2 cts.
rHB DAILY AROUS delivered at your door
every evening for lV(c per week.
ED girl for ceneral hoasewor: ref
erences required . Apply at 1011 Fourth ave.
FOR SALE Confectionery, Notion and Ice
Cream basinets, with store and dwelling for
rent. Apply at 1018 Third avenue.
ANTBO A few good boarders in private
ianmy. nineieentn ei cel.
WANTED Keliabla a cut for Koct Island
and aljoiul ig conufes. Heferoncc but to
capital required. Aua-ess room 3L, Evening
P st Bui ding, On'cago, III
JOHN A. ELBERT, dealer in Job lots and sec
ond hand eooJs will pay cash for household
aoods, books, clot hi nil shoes, etr., 30) Kast bec-
ocd stn et, Davenpirt f romot at ention to pos
WANTED A few good salesmen to take order
for a full line of fruit and ornamental trees,
small frotia, roes, shrubs, etc. No experience
necessary. References required. GOOD PAV.
Adores H. P. FREEMAN A CO., Kochistkb,
UO ANTED GENERAL STATE AGENT to
II open headquarters in some principal city, as
sume exclusive control of our businers and an
point local and sub-agents in every cit in this
Slate; goods In universal demand, and Lay a net
profit of SO to 100 per cent. THE UNION COM-
A X, 714 Broadway, .ew York.
JACKSON & HDKST,
TTORHBTB AT LAW. Office in Rock Island
A National Bank Building, Rock Island, 111.
a. b. itnm. o. u vnm
ATTORN KV8 AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
OlBce in Bengaton't oloek. Rock Island, lli.
McEMRT A McEMKF,
TTORNBY'8 AT LAW Loan coney oa eorxi
ft. security, make collections. Reference, Hitch
si' A Lynde. bankers. Offlee in Postotnca block.
S. W. ODELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW Formerly of Port Byron,
and durlnz th past two years wilh the firm of
tsrewnme tntnx-.n at Moline, nas now op'nea
an office in the . udltorinm bui dlrg, room 5, at
THE DAILY ARbiUS.
Oh - ALE EVERY EVENING at Crampton't
i ew stand. Five cenU per copy,
BTHfflG LIKE IT
Swift's Specific is a dU-iinaive remedy,
and is totally unlike any of the other blood
meuicines which are sold. It cures diseases
of the blood and skin 1 y removing the poison
germs which cause them, and it the same time
supplies good blood and tissue for the ws-ted
parts. LK;n"t be imposed on by substitutes,
which are said to be just as good, for it is Sot
true. No medicine
IN THE WORLD
has performed as many wonderful cures, or
has relieved so much suffering.
"My blood was badly poisoned last year, which
pot my wtiole system ont of crder disTt?d, aitd a
constant source uf snilerintr, no cip,t!te, and no
enjoyment of life. I boturbt two Uit esof Sift"a
Suvc:c and look it. and l: brought me ntht out.
No tietter remedy was ejr nsod lor llo,d ik-n-a
tian bw ift'a t;x.-cilic." Joes Gavi.s, laj ton, Ohio.
Treatise on b'ood and skin diseases mii ed free.
SWIFT'S M'ECIFlc't.o . At'.ta. Go.
Parlor , , .
We are now ready to serve
jou with a delicions dish of
cream. Orders for parties
promptly pi tended to.
2223 Fonrth Ave.
J. P. MYEES, M D
n connection with a general practi c, makes a
prciisujui u-.settees oi wumen.
Residence. His Second Ave. Rock Island.
Office, cor Second Ave. and Fifteer.Ih street.
Hoars; 0 to 14 a. m. n J S to 6 p. m.
Telephone No UN,
E. M, SALA, M. D.
Office over Krell Si Math's Restanrant.
In ofSce at all hours.
f Special OiUco Hoars: 9 to 11 a. m., 2 to 4
ind 7 to 8 p. m.
DR. J, E. HAWTHORNE,
Teeth extracted without twin by the new
No 17 6 Second avenue, over Krell Math's.
ORS. BICKEL &SGHQEMAKER
Mitchell & Lynde'a Block. Rooms 29 31.
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
IUm.l..llt.l....l K 1. - t
and imported citurs. All brands of tobacco
Th, ii-nr. nf a'l ,l.a Knll a ,
L. GLOCKHOFP, Prop.,
IS: S Second ave
WaSh GOOdS Handsome
An advantageous pur
chase of ginghams en
ables us to ofiVr one case
of handsome dress styles,
foTmer price 12$c cents,
9 1 -2 Cents.
One case challies go this
.v vuauira in ha'f .
sale Monday. Have Vf,n 01
the npw w-ffarta ;M ...
-"v-v-VO 111 H!l i .
challies, etc, if not ve' wil?
yica.crii iu enow ttiPrri
Crocodile all wool cloth, .
Dtio tuuuuay niorning.
Towels-Here's a u.
One lot all all-linen fine darjJ
towels never befor-E0'df..ru
man .ju, ims wer-K for
xt 1 9 Cents.
ro more can ki
these are gone.
Rock Island. Illinois.
ALL THIS WEEK
WE PLACE ON
All Our Lace Curtains
Our $2 curtains at $12.0. Others in proportion.
CLttMJN & SALZMANN
1525 and 1527
I'M, 120 and liS
POCKET KNIVES and SCISSORS took the Liph-st ikwju
for quality. If you want a good knife try one.
One need not be told what a nice present an ele.-ant Cartiu
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 Illinois for onr soft coal-ati 1 ev-ry one
gaaranted. These are all good things to buy at Christmas-or
any other time. Come in and see how much"! have to show yon
that is usefal and novel in housekeeping goods.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rock T-lanl.
Early Flannel ShiitF, Early Oveicoats,
You will find the most perfect, largest stock of early Underwear,
Flannel, Madras and Chevoit Shirts, also Spring Overcoats
. & 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 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 Al. & K. you will find it a decided saving.
Everything as represented Nothing otherwise.
One Price and that Lowert han any Other Dealer.