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Rock Island Daily Amtfi
ROCK ISLAND, MONDAY, JOLY 20 1S91.
Single Capias 5 Ceata
Per Week ISM Cents
IN THE BMOfc BALL ARENA.
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We have assumed the position as "Leaders," and not even the Lion turned loose
from his den would make us flinch an inch from that position.
Just to have a little fun and make things hum, we will start the ball with a
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nd will throw in enough $10.00 and $12.00 suits to make competitors of the tri-cities exclaim and stare in amazement and ask
"0, where did you get that suit?" Of THE LONDON, of course, the onlv Bargain House of the tri-cities.
If you intend paving $10.00 or $12.00 for a suit, may be we can "suit you for $5.00. Come and see. This may seem redicu
lous, but you try it and if you are not too fastidious and don't want the earth with a fence around it
We will Suit You for Five Dollars.
We intend selling every dollar's worth of our Summer Clothing this season.
They Must Go!
Our Neglige Shirts Must Go!
Our Underwear Must Go! i
Our Straw Hats Must Go!
Our large stock of Children's clothing will go, for prices cut in half will make mem go. If you are wise, you will take advan
tage of this great clearing sale.
We Must have the Room for our FALL and WINTER Stock.
.v tH teiid bri2in ? stock of goods this fall to Rock Island that you will talk about in your sleep, and make the Clothiers of
- in-cities nave the nightmare all next winter. If you look for Bargains in all departments this month you'll not be disapponted at.
London ClotMng Company.
The People's Protectors and Money. Savers, Roek Island, Ills.
IJiAGUK. 'i til AMERICAS. its
NewVnrk... fi.T. Will Boston S'23 .678
Chk-miu ). .5K l. Louis TS8 .642
rSnst.in .:;. ., Baltimore I.VW W
Cleveland ... j- f7 "";'jAtlil.'tie Ditto- .
Phi'.ailelphi a ,:W :j tH Columbus ... ,37,4 .B
Brooklyn !!. 4KV;(.'incinn.ili. fctt Vti 430
Pittsburg .... -.' -US'lf Louisville. . . . j9'55 .34ft
Cincinnati . 411 1 Washington.. pa48, .3U
Milwaukee. . .
fioux City. ..,
I H.L.-IA. t'O'E. s
f s,41 r.
, Ottawa 31
1 Daveooort . . .. !22 :m
Scores on Saturday and Yesterday.
Saturday's playing in the League re
sulted as follows: At Boston Boston,
4; Philadelphia 5. At Cleveland Cleve
land, b; Cincinnati, 7. Other games post
Association; ' At Boston Boston, 9;
Louisville, O. Other games postponed
rain. No games Sunday.
Western; (Saturday) At Sioux City
Milwaukee, 0; Sioux City 4. At Denver
Kansas City, 12; Denver, 54. At Minne
apolis Duluth, 4: Minneapolis, 6. (Sun
day) At Minneapolis Duluth, 1;' Minne
apolis, fi. At Sioux Citv Milwaukee, 0:
Sioux City, 5. At Denver Kansas City,
; Denver, 8. Omaha forfeited games to
Lincoln Saturday and Sunday.
lliinois-Iowa: (Saturday) At Joliet
(First game) Joliet, 0; Quincy, 5. (Second i
game) Joliet, 8. Qnincy, 4. At Rockford
(First game) Rockford, 5; Cedar Rapids,
9. (Second game) Rockford. 20: Cedar ;
Jiapids, 4. At Ottawa (First game) Ot
tawa, 2; Ottuinwa, 6.. (Second game) Ot
tawa, 4: Ottumwa, 0. (Sunday) At
Davenport Davenport, 4; Ottumwa. 3.
At Rockford Rockford, l'J; Cedar Rap-
An Kveryday Uccnrrence.
Birmingham. Ala., July 30. Near Vil
lage Springs, Ala., last Thursday, a negro
assaulted Mrs. James Cowden. the wife
of a prominent farmer. Friday night Mao
Brown was captured by a posse and fully
identified. He was lynched.
Chief Justice Fuller at Tacnnia.
Tacom a, T., July 20. Chief Justice
Fuller, accompanied by his family, bas ai
rivetl here on a visit to Mrs. Hugh C. Wal
lace, a daughter of the chief justice. Tbey
will not go to Alaska, but hope to remain
here some time.
A heavy blow at Cape May Point Satur
day raised a big surf and endangered a
fence, which was saved by the people re
siding there. President Harrison giving a
A train ran off the track at Ince, Eng
land, Saturday, and the locomotive top
pled over upon a gang of laborers, killing, V
eleven of them. . I '?
The bank of the River Plate, London
failed. Liabilities, t7,5o0,O(X). It deal",
in Argentine Republic securities.
At Washington Park race course, Chi
cago, Ban Chief ran miles in 2:06,
only ) seconds slower than the record. ,
The National bank of Oxford, O., has
been authorized to begin business; capital,
Secretary Blaine authorized a New
York World reporter to make the an
nouncement that he would resume his da
ties at the state department in Septem
ber. The illness of the pope is said to be seri
ous, and much anxiety exists in Italy and
Europe generally. Just how ill he is,
however, it is impossible to discover, as
nothing ge ts beyond the walls of the Vati
can. It is stated in London that a soon as
Editor O'Brien gets out of jail Lord Salis
bury will push the suit against him for
the costs of the trial for libel which his -:
lordship recently won against the editor.
If he does O'Brien will be thrown into
bankruptcy and that will throw him out
of parliament. ..-.: .-:
President Balmaceda has had ' aboni a,
dozen men shot for conspiring to torn tlw
torpedo boats Lynch and Condell over t
the insurgents. - ,
The citizens of Washington have snb
scribed 150,000 to secure the holding e4 the
Grand Army encampment of 1893 at the
national capital. ,.v
Simpson's sawmill at Chlllicotfca, Ma.,
blew up, killing the owner's son and aeri- -ously
injuring two employe.
Throe workmen were drowned at Cork's
run, near Pittsburg, by the giving way of
a trestle over the run. A sudden flood
swept the structure away.
Roundhead, Hardin' county.' O., was
destroyed by fire. Lightnin struck tfc.
large wheel-factory. ' Loss, apout 1500,000.
There has been no fight yet at'Brktf
ville, Tenn., but the riotes number 2,000
well-armed men, while the militia' is
barely 100 strong; and a bloody fight fs
A New York paper thinks it knows all
about who drove Dr. Cronin to taa Carl
aon cottage. It says the man's name was .
Peter Ctane, and that he has disappeared.
LtU in Schoell'a tddiVon for $4tt0 ud
npward. - . .- ! , a i - r
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A Sort of See-Saw Gane Betweea
cago and (iotbam Vp to Date.
CniCAGO, July 20. The Giants continue
to lead iu the race for the National League
pennant. Chicago roosted on the ridge.. v j
pole 'ut week for twenty -foyr consecu-
ttve hours. Then the New Yorks yanked .
them off the roof and sent I hem rolling.
down the ladder. Twice within two weeks .'X;
have the Chicagos led for a day.. The V
Giants won Monday's game by clean and
long hits. On Tuesday the Bostons, in
flated with success, drifted into town and
lost the entire series. New York mean
while dropped two out of three in Cleve-
and. rriday morning the Chicagos led
by an eyelash.
Back In Second Place.
That day New York did not' play, but
Chicago lost in Pittsburg and was relega, -ted
to second place And on Saturday -rain
prevented both the Gaints and Colts
from playing. The Chicagos made a fair 1
showiag, winning three out of nve gamts.
Anson's weak spot is the pitcher's box.
Unless a good man is secured to relieve
Hutchinson the team cannot expect to fin
ish better than third or fourth. A long -eastern
trip is ahead, and on this series to
a large extent will hang the future stand
ing of the local team. The standing is