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AJreUB, WEDNESDAY. MA Y 18, 1892
TURNED THE TABLES.
At Rockford Rockford 6, Terre Haute
What ir N
Mohler Helps the Home Club
Yesterday's cntsc Besaltn in an
Easy Vletory for The Twin City
Piyer-xt: t the Rational
jstoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prejcription for Infants
gnd Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Tarcgoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is rieasant. Its guarantee is t airty years use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destro ys Worms and allays
fcverishiiess. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is the Children's Panacea tha Mother's Friend.
At Twin-City ball park yesterday
afternoon 600 people saw the borne team
turn tbe tables on Jacksonville and
with ease. Although tbe weatber
very threatening there was a liberal at I this year.
At Peoria Peoria 4. Efansville 9.
At Joliet Joliet 15. Qaincv 1.
BA?E RALL NOTES. '
Mohler was a mark.
We beat the lanatics.anybow.l
Again we say Bully for Baxie.
.sis 18 a good player wherever he is
The home team will probably don
their new uniforms 8unday.
neu, me i wm-uity boys have suc-
w;n I ceeded in administering about as hard a
I -3 - a. J . a .
was l "cieai, as any ciud in me league nas sui-
Auson has a new colt on his list. He
rill play him mostly at home for a few
seasons. Born last Tuesdav moraine.
Only son . Anson has three daughters.
The I-I league teams all have euphon
ious nicknames. There are tbe Convict?,
Lunatics, the Hautentauts, the Hoosiers,
Castoria is "
eiivllent medicine for chll-
, v. t-o nfMltfHllV told me of its
'" Tin. V f Omnnn.
rwioris is the best remedy for children of
.bichlama.-.vwin- 1 hope the day is not
Mr distant lwnmothers wlllconsider the real
'wnftot th.Mr ebiUren, abd use Castoria ln
tteaa of iterirtouquack nostrums which are
distroraw ir lored ones' by 'orein8Pium.
crj.hiue. so. 'thing syrup aau uuier uuruui
iffnts down tntlr li"""'4' uioreujr scuuuig
iem to premature sr.
DR. J. r . &IBQHKUB,
" Castor ia Is so well adapted to children that
I recommitnd it as superior toacy prescription
known to me."
- H. A. Arorsb, M. D.,
Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T.
"Our p'tysicians in the children's depart
ment haTj spoken highly of their experi
ence in tteir outside practice with Castoria,
and althcugh we only hare among our
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upoi it."
Umtkd Hospital and Dispensary,
Alum C. Smith, Pre.,
tendance of ladies, and the game while
not as interesting as the first of tbe series,
satisfied a large number who were there
to see blood and not ball playing. Baxen
dale and Sage was the home team's bat-
tery, and Mohler and Riffert were in the
points for tbe visitors.
The game was called promptly at 3:301 the Rivens, the Twin-Cities, the
and Jacksonville were first to sod. O'Day I lers and the Distillers.
opened for the home team but only L Tbe Twin-Citys, St. Louis Browns and
reached first. Nulton came next and I the Baltimores are not the only clubs
after feeling the atmobphere a counle playing unlucky ball. The Indianapo-
of times he smashed out a single lis club of tbe Western league, has play-
and after stealing third came ed nine games and lost all but one.
home on Dale's single, tbe latter be- I "Now, don t think for a moment that
ing caught while trying to get to I you're a lot of good players just because
to second and the side was then retired I we've beaten these stiffs," Anson said
by Mackey striking out. For the visitors 1 10 his men while they were dressing after
Hamilton struck out. Dawkins went to the first game with the New Yorks: "Be
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MERRICK'S SPOOL COTTON. -
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KTh t. : W00d work ,or bnUders.
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Opening was a enccess in
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in the c urrent week's issue.
base on balls, Flynn hit a grounder to
O'Day, who threw him out at first, and
Fuller threw out to Mackey. To
open the second, Zeis found first on balls,
Housman touched an easy grounder
down to Schaub and the latter threw the
runner out st first, while Zeis went to
seconl. Lynch got his base on balls.
but was caught trying to get to second,
while Ziia stole third and scored, and
Sage retired tbe side with a strike
out. Schaub opened for Jacksonville by
getting his base on balls, Bruton flew out
to Lynch, Raffert hit to right for two
bafC8 and Schaub went over to third
Mohler flew out. to Dale and Connor hit
to right, but was caught at first.
Schaub bringing in the visitors' first score.
In the third, Baxendale again got first on
balls, O'Day sacrificed and Baxendale
went to second. lie then came to third
on Nulton's sacrifice to second and came
home on Dale's little sacrifice hit down
to first, . while O'Day came to third
Mackey then sent an easy grounder out
toFljnn.who nipped him at first and
O'Day scored. Zeis hit to Schaub and
was stopped at first, retiring tbe side.
Neither side scored in tha fourth
There was a pretty double play from
Bruton to Fuller and another from Baxen
dale to O'Day to Zeis. In the fourth
Mohler lost his head completely. He
gave Baxendale, O'Day. Nulton and Dale
first on balls in quick succession, forcing
the first named to score. Then by some
costly errors of tbe - visitors the home
team were enabled to run in six more
scores before they were retirea. lhe
boys from Jacksonville were unable to
score in their half of the inning, and in
the beginning of the sixth, O'Day hit
slow grounder down to first and was put
out there. Nulton was given his base on
balls and stole Becond, Dale cracked out
two bagger and Nulton scored. Mackey
hit Bafe to right and Dale scored. Zeis
then touched the sphere down to Daw
kins who fumbled it a moment, but man
aged to catch Mackey at second. Zsis
then sneaked over to second but remained
there - on Housman ' strike out. The
boys from the insane hospital were al
lowed to scoop in three runs in this in'
ning by loose bah playing on the part of
the home team. O'Day fumbled an easy
grounder and Lynch made a yellow muff
of a pretty fly from Raffert. Tbe Bide
was retired by Connor being struck out.
In the seventh inning neither side scored,
both sides being retired by some
excellent flld work. Zais brought in the
only score in the next inning. lie made
a rousing two bagger to right, went to
second on Housman'e hit to left and
scored on a throw of Raffert to second.
The visitors were disposed of in one, two
three order in their half of tue inning, and
to start the ninth Sage went to base on
balls and Mohler then gave Baxendale
and O'Day a like present. The bases
were full and it was Dale's turn to bat
He grasped the willow with easy grace
and after being crowded back from the
plate by a swift inshoot, he caught one
of Mooter's funny curves and straightened
it out into a corker over the right field
fence for a home run, chasing the three
on bases ahead of him. The side was re
tired by Zeis being caught at second.
Jacksonville could do nothing for tbe
cause, and thus ended the first victory
for the club at home.
The score: (
K u r A K
O DT.2b..3 0 8 2
I Knllon, 3b. 8 1 1 S
Dale, CT....3 x 1 u
Mackey, If. 1 0
Zei,lb... 8 11 t
Ho iin'n.rf.l ISO
Lynch, ee..O 0 8 3
c. l u a
Baxd'l,p..3 0 0 8
around Tor practice in the morning just
the same as if we had been slaughtered
by the Baltimores."
Len C. Stockwell's efflcial score card
made its appearance at the opening game
and is all that was promised. It is a
book of eight pages, neatlv gotten no.
nearing tne portrait oi tne publisher on
the front page and contains besides con
siderable information, some interesting
reading matter, and is finding ready sale.
Tbe good playing of tbe Joliets is likely
to react in a detrimental way to tbe cluo 's
interests. The cranks up in the city of
convicts are spoiled and think their club
ought to be in the National league. But
when the other teams get down to busi
ness and. win a few . from Joliet, the
people up there will propably kick tbe
pi ayers out of town and go out of busi
It is understood the management
thinks of releasing Markey and plaving
Hickety" Hoffman. It is difficult to
understand the wisdom of such a change.
Mackey ought to be made to explain his
absence Monday, and doubtless has done
so, but nothing will be gained by the
club's spiting itself to get even with its
platers. A fine or suspension where
unsatisfactory conduct is exhibited is
right, but unconditional release merely
gives other teams, capable of enforcing
discipline, a chance to get gooJ men.
Had Mackey been on hand Monday Rock
Island would probably have won.
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June 25, 1892, inclusive.
H. D. Mack. Div. Pass r. Agt.
When Baby was sick, w gare her Castoria.
When aha was a Chttd. she cried for Castoria.
When she became Hiss, too uwV) Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria,
0 l)wk't,n. l
0 Klynn,cf ..1
0 Fuller. lb..O
0 Sctanub, Sb X
0 Bruton,2b 0
0 Mohler.p. ..0
0 Connors, rf.O
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Totnls.18 8 87 18 8 Totals A 4 27 18 8
RnckTsland-Molne.-l 1 9 0 7 8 0 1 418
Jacksonvll e 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 04
liAse hits Kockiaiana.o: Jacksonville . Base
on balls By Baxendale, 5; by Mohler. 17. Hit br
Sitcber Bsjcecoaic, i. sirack om oj naxen
ale, 6; by Mobler, 5 Two base bit- Zeis. Raf
fert. Home ran Dale. Earned runs Sock
Tsland-Moline,6. Stolen bases Rock Island, 6;
Jacksonville. 8. Wild pitches Mohltr,! t. Psssed
balls Raffert. i. Time of game Two Bourn.
The other games on Tuesday resulted
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