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.Rock Island Daily Arc us.
VOL. XXXIX. NO. 185
KOCK ISLAND, MONDAY, MAY 25, IS91.
Single Copie 0 Cent
Per Week 1H Cents
RECORD OF THE NATIONAL GAME.
ilpltliiii Succeeds 11
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Owing to the unprecedented success of Our Great Special
Labor Day Sales April 25 and May 2, we have decided to deal
out our enormous bargains all through the house for the rest of
the month of May, so that everybody will have a chance to obtain
goods of the very latest styles and best makes for less than half
price. We feel confident that out of the thousands that visited
our store during Our Great Special Labor Day Sales not one
went away dissatisfied. All were fully convinced that we do not
misrepresent but fully live up to all our advertisements.
Prices Quoted for the Month of May Will be Far Below
Anything Ever Named or Heard of.
Prices Cut in Half Goods Almost given Away !
For the Rest
Month of May
The object we have in
view we are deter
mined to carry
out, i. e.
For the Rest
Month of May
TO GET YOUR TRADE.
Once a Customer-
a Customer !
Chi-s;n Still Heads the List In the
League ISall-Field Scores.
Chicago, May 25. With the exception
of Ausou's colts there was quita a shuf
fle as to place in the national Base Ball
League l ist week. Boston, which, wan
secouil, dropped dowu to fifth, while
Pittsburg climbed to second. Philadel
phia dropped to fourth, aud Cleveland
took its place. Xew York, Brooklyn and
Cincinnati, made only one change, New
York goiu; to sixth. The Chicago ex
perts have a lead of 132 points. The po
sitions of the clubs iu the three great ag
gregations are given below:
Boston .. -'7
New York '-
AMERICAN. W. L. p.r.WKSTEH!f. W. L p.c.
B.ton its HI .7.' Omaha 1H li .tiC
Baltimore... il 10 SA1 Milwaukee.. IS 13 .5-Jl
St. Louis il 17 .f.r;tDeiiver 16 14 .&
Athl.-tis...,lf- 17 .4-4 Lincoln 17 14 .C4-
Louisville 17 i.' Minneapolis. 14 H .4'J
( itu uiuHti. . 17 -i .:!' Kansas 'ity. 14 17 .452
olumuu.-.....!! ii .lii.Ysii.Mix Citv..l-1 17 .4 5
Washington. 'J 2J .iWi.St.Paul......ll 18 .37S
Score nu I lie lliauioud.
League scores Saturday were: At Cin
cinnati Cincinnati 2, -New York 7; at
Cleveland Cleveland 9, Boston 2; at Chi
cago Chicago 0, Philadelphia s; Pitts-burg-Brooklyn
game postponed rain.
Americin A-ociatiou: At Boston
Boston 7, St. Louis 1; at Philadelphia
Athletic Cincinnati 2; at Baltimore
Baltimore 4. Columbus 7; Washington
Louisville (jama postponed rain. (Sun
day) At Louisville Washington 0, Louis
ville 0; at Columbus Baltimore 4, Colum
Western: (Saturday) At Milwaukee
Milwaukee ', Minneapolis 2; at Lincoln
Lincoln 4, Kansas City 2; at Omaha
Omaha 10, Denver 1; at Sioux City Sioux
City Sr. Paul 4. (Sunday) At Omaha
Denver 9, Omaha IS; nt Lincoln Kansas
City 5. Lincoln 12; at Milwaukee Minne
apolis S. Milwaukee 7; at St. Paul Sioux
City 4, St. P.-ul 10.
The First National bank of Marsh
field, Wis., capital 53,000, has been
authorized to begin business.
At Sportman" park. Sc. Louis, Mo.t
Saturday Chirles S. Ileber, 04! Washing
ton university, St. Louis, beat the inter
collegiate jumping record in the rugning
broad jump by clearing 2i feet 7J-j inches
inches better than the record.
The pope is economizing at the Vatican
show at Islington last week just after the
birth of his granddaughter. Some one in
the gallery cried "Three cheers for Granl
father Waies" and they were given with
a will, tiie prince laughing aud bowing
City Trtra-urer IJ '.isley, of Philadel
phia, is undi-r arre-r for a shortage of
several hundred iLm.i- iuJ dollar? due to
Lis connection with Marsh of the Key
stone bank. Xi.e state of Penusylvauia
looses uout $xi.uU0 in the same series of
'ibe Pre.-byterian ministers attending
the geuer.-.l ae:nbly at Detroit; held a
mas niet-tiUi.' Sunday and resolved that
t,-.e W,.ri,r, fair ought to be clo-ed ou
.Judge C. W. Atkins, of Blaine couatv,
Neb , was shot dea l by a band of vigi
lantes who took him for a thief Friday
night and left lyiag where he fell until
morning. The judge was one of another
band of vigilantes and had charge of a
thief at the time, who was also killed.
Both bands were out after stock thieves.
Kansas Alliance men say that "Jerry"
Simpson has killed himself paliticaihy by
going against a thir l party.
The indorsement of Springer for speak
er by the Illinois legislature has given his
canvass a boom at the national capital.
The latest from Mr. Blaine is that he i
rapidly recovering his health.
A piikpoiket was shot iu the leg by a
policeman at Jackson park, Chicago, Sun
day, the shooting beiug witnessed by 10,
OjO excited people.
Julia McMichael. 21 years old and the
daughter of wealthy parents living, ut
Plattsburg, Mo., had a mania for a bean,
tiful complexion, and thinking Jthat a
spell of work as a 'hired girl" would sup
ply the want, weut to Chicago and hired
out. Her general lack of knowledge ol
housewotk gave her away, aud she will
be sent home.
Choleia is reported raging in German
The militia had to be called on at
Wilshire, O., to; protect from lynching
two men and their wives, charged with
the death of Daisy Reynolds, a school
teacher who was found dead last week.
Frightened to Death by Thunder.
Atlantic City, X. J., May 25 During
a terrific thunder storm here the early
part of Thursday evening Mrs. Mary Car
roll, a colored woman 35 years old, was
frightened to death. She was found after
the storm xa the pore 'i of Boyer's hotel.
Dr. Eugene Keed said death was due to
Died While At Confntlon.
Xew Yoi:k, May -5.. Christine Goether,
an old woman 64 years old, died Satur
day in the coufessioual of St. Bene
dict's Roman Catholic church in TWnt .
lyn. Heart disease was the cause
Mother and Child I)iih(1.
Winchendon, Mass , May 25 Mrs. A.
L. Scott and her 1-year-old , child were
drowned near Glen Allen mill by the
overturning of a rowboat. The bodies
have been recovered.
Threw Himself Itefore a Train.
Reading, Pa.. May 25 A. E. Towns
ley, aged 35 of this city, deliberately
threw himself in front of , a Wilmington
and Northera railroad trail! near here and
was cut in two. . .
Fayton fur a Land Court Seat.
Washington Citt. May 25 Ex-Congressman
P&yson, of Illinios. is said to be
slated for the chief justiceship of the new
What Owen, of Indiana, Wants.
Washington Citt, May 25. ExCon
gressman William D. Owen, of Indiana,
Is an applicant for the position ot snper
Uatendent of immigration. ... ,