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Rock Island Daily A
VOL. XXXIX. NO. 160
ROCK ISLAND, MONDAY,- APRIL 37. 1891.
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THE BASE BALL REVIEW.
Two League Clubs Capture Every Game
the First Week Saturday's Scores.
Chicago, April 27. Two of the League
Base Ball clubs quit on top of the heap
last week with a record of every game
won Boston and Cleveland. Chicago
aud Philadelphia had to be content with
?5 per cent, of winnings. Brooklyn and
Pittsburg couldn't do better than 23 per .
csnt., w .ile New York and Cincinnati
exhibited a nice .-large goose egg fcr their
week's work. League scores Saturday:
At Pittsburg Chicago 8, Pittsburg 7; at
New York Boston 5, New York 12; at
Philadelphia Philadelphia 3, Brooklyn
1; at Cincinnati Cleveland 82, Cincin
Association and Western Record.
Saturday's Association scores were: At
Washington City Athletic 12, Washing
ton 11; at Boston Baltimore 4, Boston 2;
at Columbus Columbus 9, St. Louis 3;
at Cincinnati Louisville 11, Cincinnati 9.
Sunday: At Columbus Columbus 5, St.
Louis 7; at Cincinnati Cincinnati 6,
Western: At Lincoln St Paul 3, Lin
coln J; at Kansas City Kansas Gity 10,
Minneapolis 1; at Omaha Omaha 9, Sioux
City 5; at Denver Milwaukee 5, Denver 0.
Sunday: at Kansas City Minneapolis 13,
Kansas City 19; at Denver Milwaukee 8,
Denver 27; at Lincoln St Paul 6, Lin
coln 2; at Omaha Sioux City 3, Omaha 9.
The fir9t national bank of Fermandina,
Fla., capital (53,00), has been authorized
to begin business.
Mr. and Airs. Francis Corey, of Chi
cago, Saturday night celebrated the
sixtieth anniversary of their marriage.
Mr. Carey is 87 years old.
At a Roman Catholic church fair at
Mansfield, Pa., twelve miles from Pitta
burg, Con O'Shea won a goat by proving
himself the best clog-dancer. .
The people of Richmond, Vs., turned
out in great numbers Sunday and at
tended a memorial service to the late ex
Confederate General Joseph E. Johnston.
Mrs. Sarah Huntley, 70 years old,
was arrested at Chicago Saturday for
shoplifting. She was detected .stealing
doll, and other stolen property was found
on her person.
John B. Werner, of AUentown, Pa.,
and K. M. Ludlow, of St Louis, students
at the Episcopal General Theological
seminary, New York, have joined the
Roman Catholic church.
United States Senator Regan, of Texas '
has resigned to accept the position of
chairman of the Texas Board of Railway
commissioners. Horace Chiltou has been
appointed senator in Regan's place.
Talmadge's new Tabernacle in Brook
lyn, N. Y., was opened Sunday, with three
services at each of which it was packed
with people. The edifice has cost so far
$110,000 and will require ti'J.OOO more to
A quarrel between two boys from differ
ent villages in Nuang Tung, China, led :
to a battle between the rival villages in
which swords, spears and Creams were
the weapons. Many were killed and
It is stated that the great secret of P. L.
Moeu's payment to "Doc" Wilson of
$350,000 was ih;it Wilsoa knew of some
sort of crime committed by a relative ot
Moen. and 'he latter paid the hush
money to save the good name of his fam
ily. At White Pigison, Mich., Saturday E. J.
Brink, a Lake Shore brakeman, kicked
and otherwise brutally abused his wife.
As he was about to strike her with his
fist she drew a revolver and shot him in
the neck, giving him a possibly fatal
St. Louis was thrown into a fever of ex
citement Saturday by the discovery of
tne mutilated remains of a man and
woman. The excitement subsided when
it was found that they were medical col
It is stated at Chicago on apparently
good authority that the Deere & Mac
sure company, corn planter manufac
turers; Deere & Co., harvesters, and the
Moline Plow company, all located at Mo
line, Ills., have arranged to merge into
one establishmant Boston and Chicago
capitalists are at the head ot the com
bine. J. S. Stout, of St Louis, sent a revolt
ing letter to two actresses Georgia Lin
gard and Lillie Allyu who perform at
the Winter Gardea on Broadway. They
made a rendezvous with him at one of the
principal street corners of the city, and
when they got him there gave bim a "fa
ther of bating." A kodak fiend was on
hand and took several instantaneous pho
tographs of the affair.
The President's Sister Hurt.
Cincinnati, O., April 27. Mm. Batti
Eatou, of North Bend, sister of President
Harrison, was probably fatally injured
yesterday afternoon by being , thrown
from her carriage. Mrs. Eaton and her
niece, Miss Moore, drove to Cleves, about
twenty-three miles west of this city to ,
attend church. While going down m
steep hill between Cleves and North
Bend on the return the horse ran away,
and both ladies were thrown out, Mrs.
Eaton striking on her head. Miss Moore's
shoulder was dislocated. , There are some
hopes for Mrs. Eaton. The president was
telegraphed of the accident
Tony Hart, the Comedian, Dying;.
New Yobs, April 27. Relatives ot Tony
Hart in this city have received news that
the demented comedian is slowly dying
and thev have almost abandoned hnm
4hat.be will live during the coming sum
mer, iie is suit conunea in tbe Massa
chusetts state insane asylum at Worces
ter. Many weeks ago he lost the use of
his lower limbs, and added to that he is
now speechless. He does not seem tc
recognize visitors. ' -
A Man with Bloody Hands.
New York, April 87. The clerk of the
Glenmore hotel, near the East River ho
tel, says that a man with bloody hands
app- 'ad fona room there Thursday night
about an hour after the murder of Carrie
Brown. He resembled the description of
the murderer. He had no money and was
turned away. .
The only corrplexion powder
world that is without vulgarity,
injury to the user and without
purifier, it Potzoni'i.