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VOL. XXXIX. JNU. 203
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KOCK ISLAND, 3IOXDAY, JUNE 15 1891.
Hb NEW SAVINGS BANK
BAY WINDOW BASE BALUSTS.
IS SOW PREPARED TO RECEIVE DEPOSITORS.'
We Give Everybody in Town Credit
Fat Men' Clubs at Chicago The Slight)
Fall of Alison's "Colts."
Chicago, June 15. Interest in this city
in the terrible tumble takeu by "old Anse
and his "colts" ou their eastern trip was
almost effaced Saturday by a novel event
in bass ball circles the game between the
St. Ixiuis Fat Men's-Athletic club send tht
Ohicago Heavyweights, for the benefit ol
the fresh air funds of the two cities. About
VJ0 was realized. The Heavyweights won
with 13 runts to St. Louis 8. A parade
with music preceded the game. The two
clubs .were unique. The umpire was as
big as all out of doors and a large space On
the .field had to lie cleared for him to turfi
round in. Each mau weighed several
hundred pounds aud hail a bay window in
front of him that got in las way when he
tried to .scoop a low ball. (JccasionallJ
during the game there was tht
miracle of a good play, but generally il
was mediocre. Still it was lots of fun t
watch it and the crowd was pleased.
How Are the Mighty Fallen?
The Chicago ba.se l)all crank weeps when
he looks at the tables representing the
standing of Anson's experts for last week,
aud compares the figures with those of-tbt!
week liefore. It is enough to Sitj' that on
J une ti Chicago headed theJist, with .021,
New York aecoud, with .5;'4. Now look
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home by trading with the London. We are positive we are thoroughly qualified to supply your every
want, as we know we have the largest and most complete stock to select from.
YOU BE THE JUDGE
of our goods and our prices. Compare.
them with othes. We know we can save
you money on everv article bought of us.
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For strength, beauty and finish. You
jcannot get better goods or lower figures
anywhere. Our guarantee goes with
every article'sold. We can and will save
Following are the National league tcores
for Saturday: At iiotou iStion Pitts
burg ."i; at Philafltljjiia Philadelphia 4,
( 'leveiand 0; at New Yrk New York
Chicago 7; at Brooklyn Cincinnati 1,
Association:' (Saturday; At Baltimore
Baltimore i. Athietiu -: at Cincinnati
Cincinnati 1. Columbus 4; at Washington
City Washington 4, Boston 7;vit lxuis
ville Louisvjile 3, St. Louis 9.- (Sunday)
At Louisville St. Louis 0, Louisville. 3; at
Cincinnati Columbus o, Cincinnati 0; at
Gloucester Point, N. J., BaltimorcClS,
Western: (Saturday) at Kansas City
Lincoln 0, Kausas City IS; at Denver
Omaha 0. Denver 1; at Minneapolis St.
Paul 13, Minneapolis 11; at Sioux City
Milwaukee 4. Sioux City 5. (Sunday; at
Denver Omaha 4. Denver 7; at St. Paul
Minneapolis' 5. St. Paul 7; at Kansas City
Lincoln 5, Kansas City 6; at Siotut City
Milwaukee 11. Sioux Citf S.
Illinois-Iowa: At Kockford first game
Quiucy 1. Kockford 5: second game
Quuicy V Kockford 10; at Ottawa
Cedar Kapids 11. Ottawa 4j at Aaurora
Ottumwa 5, Aurona 1; at Joliet Daven
port 1, Joliet 7. ''
Bought the Club aud Fired Van Borne.
Denver, Colo., Juue 15. The interest
in the Denver base ball club owned by
Mr. Van Home was purchased Saturday
by a number of prominent citizens.who or
ganized for that purpose. Mr. Yao
Home was immediately deposed from the
management and George Tebeau, the
well-known player, was chosen in bis
A WORD TO THE WISE IS SUFFICIENT
If you have a doubt as to who can best serve your interest let us prevail upon you to examine goods
and prices in Rock Island, Davenport and Moline, have some goods sent to your home and then call
on us, compare our goods and prices, we will soon convince you that our prices are at least from 15
to 20 per cent, cheaper.
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London dotMng Company.
Two jH'rsons were overcome by heat
Saturday at New York.
The First National bank of Kussellville,
Ark., capital .,(uo, Las been authorized
to lMrgin business.
Dothan, a town on the Alabama Mid
land, was iiearly wiped out by tire Satur
day. Loss, fsu.uxi; well insured.
John J. C. Abbctt has been selected tc
organize a new cabinet for Canada, made
necessary by the death ot Sir John Mac
Donaiu. The latest British scandal is to the ef- .
feet that Wales is to be made co-respondent
in a divorce suit to be filed by the
Lus'oaud of I-ady Brooke, the reigning
Seville Schofield, Sou &c Co., of Maua
yunk. Pa., woollen manufacturers, are in
financial trouble, and may make an as
signment. They state liabilities at 35U,
000 and assets at tl .OJC'.OOO.
It is tow said that Sir William Gordon
Gumming was bo frequently a cheater at
cards that many persons would not play
with him. Also that he was a very hard
man to get one's dues from. ' ,
Iutbe trial of Editor Elliott at Colum
bus. Ohio, for the the murder of Editor
Osborn, H. C. Tibbies swore Saturday
that five or six shots were fired before
Elliott even drew his revolver.
Jim Hall and Bob Fitzsimmons, who
are to fight to a finish at Minneapolis July
!i, arrived there Saturday, and meeting in
a saloon, ciitne near having a preliminary
fedrap, which friends prevented.
Mrs. Daniel Smith, aged ft), died near
Ashland. Pa., because for the past eight
weeks she Lad steadfastly .re fu-sed to take
any nourishment. Excessive grief over
the death of her daughter was the cause.
The Order of Railway Telegraphers met
at St. Louis to-day with about ) dele
gates present. The question of union with
the Brotherhood ot Telegraphers will be
discussed, but the chances are that it will
not be effected.
The stealings of John Bardsley, late
treasurer of Philadelphia, now foot up
tl.37o.0O0, the state lotuig 21.0), and the
city f.V4,000 in addition o which there is
fc-JOO.Oui) unaccounted fox, making a grand
total of 11.635,000. . , ..
Siecial Treasury Agent Soeghen was at
Chicago Saturday. He had been on a
tour of the northwest ' and had discovered
that large quantities of dutiable goods are
being smuggled across the Canadian bor
der into this country. -
John II. Tolman, of Brooklyn. N. Y.. '
got on a small jag last week and Friday
complained to the police that he had lost
a box containing 1100,000 in bonds etc.
After the police had spent a day looking
for the treasttre Tolman appeared and said
he had found the box, which he had with
him during his spree, in a saloon with its