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' Rock Island Daily Argus;
ROCK ISLAND, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1891.
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ONLY EIGHTEEN MORE GAMES.
All There Is Left of the League Base)!
Ball Season Scores and Records.
Chicago, Sept. 14 When the League!
base ballists quit playing Saturday even-'
lug there vrere but eighteen more games
to play so far as the Chicago club is con-;
cerned. The lead of the "colts" Saturday!
night was 87 points, a falling off during
the veek of lti points. But Anson got up
hire and missed being on hand at one
game wirh the Brooklyn, and the boys
met Philadelphia, which is generally a
hoodoo for them, while Boston went right
along winning. Getting out of the Quaker
city with two out of three games was a
feat to be proud of, however. One aggre
gation the Illinois-Iowa league "passed
in its checks" during the week, having fin
ished the season with four of its eight
clubs still alive. Quincy won the series.!
following is the standing of the different
combinations of talent:
Sioux City. ...
Cedar Hapiils 4OI.t0.417
Following are the League scores for Sat-,
urdav and Sundav: At VnptPr.t
game) Xew York, 4; Cleveland 3. ( Second
game) New York, 7; Cleveland, S. At
Dusura coston, ; Cincinnati, o. At
Philadelphia Philadelphia, 3; Chleago,8.i
At Brooklyn (First game) Brooklyn, 8;!
Pittsburg 13. (Second game) Brooklyn,
4; Pittsburg 8. ;.
Association rftnttitvlair Atrnltimii.1. '
Columbus. 18: Athletic. .1 At T,f Hr.-
kee Milwaukee, 10; Washington, 4. At
Lonisvile Louisville, 7; Baltimore L At
St. Louis St. Louis, 8; Boston, J. (Sun-!
day) At Louisville Louisville, 6; Bos-'
ton. 3. At Columhlis tVirat nm On.1
lumbus, 5; Washington, 2. (Second!
eame) Columbus, 1; Washington, 3. At;
at. uouis sst. Ijouis, 14; Baltimore, t.'
At Milwaukee (First game) Milwaukee,
U Athletic, & (Second game) Mllwfta-i
kee, 7; Athletic, 8. -
ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS. !
The Socialist. in ttiA Tferlin
council have introduced a bill to establish
a court of arbitration uHrl, imta;i,MvM i-
trade and labor disputes.
The president's family will leave Cape '
May Point to-morrow.
A ioint delist Vi a a TKaar wu.
Ohio between McKinley and Campbell.
xoe nme ana place are Oct. 8, at Ada.
John Hacker and Fred Wiley, the latter
15 years old, half-brothers, of Wichita,"
Kan.. Quarreled, and vera unn.r(jMl t
Wilev obtained & rpYnlrpr nrwl .oft oK-''
Hacker thrniitrh th hwurt ha thin n,nn-.
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eu a horse and escaped.
It is charged that the sate nvtlnM nf
the Atchison, Kan., fair were stolen by
members of tue association and employes,'
leaving nothiuir to nav the erliihitni-a :
The men accused say the accusation is a
Jesse Moore, of Berrien countr nd W .
P. Fletcher, of Irwin countv. Ga. liean
a fight with their lists, but the execution
was not rapid enougn ana tbey both drew
revolvers. Moore was mortally wounded.
r leicuer ilea.
Noble Randall, for killing- John fi.
hart, near Aiwood, Iil., has been fouud
guilty of manslaughter and sentenced to
slates prison for one year.
The police of San Francisco have evi
dence against Curtis, the actor, who
killed Officer Grant last week, that makes
it hialilv Drobable that Curtis will hnno -
or receive a heavy penitentiary sentence!
llliam Y aldorf Astor, the New York
millionaire, is so much in love with Eng
land. it is said. that he is nrennrinc to mil
his residence there permanent.
Mrs. Allen G. Thurman, wife of the
"Old Roman" is very ill, and her friends1
fear that her illness will result in hep'
death vary shortly. ;
Ireorge O. Nettleton, of St. Paul, lost;
4328.000 at noker. irivin note foe a
amount. A. K. Walker bought nn of
the notes and sued for the amount
fo.OOO and obtained judgment.
It is stated that a trust in "snaths" has
been organized, including the manufac
turers in Michigan, Vermont, Ohio, In
diana, Missouri and Iowa.
Saturday was "Old Defenders" Day at
Baltimore. But the ' Old Defenders" have
all passed to the great beyond. The day
is a holiday in the Monument City.
Fassett Reolgnn the Colleetorshlp.
New York, Sept. 14. Collector Fassett,
Republican nominee for governor, arrived
at the custom house Saturday. The at
taches of the custom house all crowded '
around the collector to congratulate him. '
upon bis nomination for governor. Mr. '
Fassett said that the president had hl
resignation as collector, but he would, not'
speak as to who would succeed him in
that office. .
Peace Promised at Brlceville.
Nashville, Sept. 14. Information has
baen received from Briceville that, the
miners' committee having guaranteed j
peace and protection of property for the 1
present, the lessees have sent back to
Knoxvllle the guards brought to Brlce- '
ville last week. -J
Taecott Has Been Found Again.
COLUMBIA. S. C. Sent. 14 A man an.
swering the description of Tascott, the '
murderer of millionaire Snell, of Chicago, 1
was arrested Saturday evening at Bam- '
burg, this state, by private detective. "
The Chicago authorities have been com-
mnnicated with. . - , 5
Miss Pnllmaa to Harry a Csllfornian.
SAH FbaxCISCO, Sept. 14. Miss Harriet"
Pullman, daughter of George M. Pull-'
man, has become -engaged to Frank J. t
Carolan, a piominent society man of this
city. The marriage will take place in '
Chicago next spring, ; "
A handsome complexion Is one of tie
greatest charms woman can poasasa
Pozzoni's Complexion powder Rives it. , J
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