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Friday, June 10. 1892.
HOODOOED THE HUSTLERS
The Twin City Aggregation Wins
the Fir-t Game at Rockford.
ti.o'ii ItH nrtnre and an Interest
ing nme imle Iiesrntea With
a Uola Waieh by His Ad
The Twin City aggregation took a fail
out of Rockford yesterday by winning the
first game played between the two clubs
on the Rockford grounds. Underwood
and Snyder was the battery for Rockford
while Baxendale and 8age filled the
points for the Twin Citys thus adding
another to the "Kid's" list of victories.
The bviys gave Baxendale good support
and have but two errors credited to them.
O'Day and McGuirk distinguish?d them
selves again yesterday, the former by
cracking out the leather for two bases
and the iitttr bv smashing it over the
fence for a home run. Hoffman did ele
gant work in left field pulling some base
hits out of the sky . In attempting to get
one over in Dale's arden the latter and
Hoffman collided and between them lost
it. Dak- had a finger hurt in thecoilision
but he d! In'' mind that. He was loudly
cheered by BockfOfd fans with whom he
is a favorite, and when he stepped to the
plate to bat he was presented with
handsome gold watch and gracefully
bowed and smiled his acknowledgement.
The :nie was well attendei and
was interesting throughout.
The following is the summary:
Kcckfird 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 n 4
Mart Islsaa Mnflin l ioouo-6
Batterlss TJttdcrwooJ and Bayfer, Bawodala
at Saga . Bk-v L::e-KxkforJ'-.4: Rock IslaaeV
HoUnes. 6. Ima-Xodcfofds, 8; Kock ii:od
Hollas. . Two-hlM hi:. Snycer, O Dav Stmt
run M-. y:nrk. Bajts on balls By DaueTWOOd,
a; by Baarntsle, . Struck out--By Underwood,
S; by Buicndali-. 7.
Basic again won tor our boys.
ii'.ffman played left like a looloo.
O'Day seems to have gotten" do wn to
his nana form again.
McGuirk 9 hit was a rouser. What's
the mat;tr with McGuirk any way?
Dale was civen a royal reception at
Rockford yesterday. He played there
Fielder Roberts, of the Houston, Tex ,
team was signed to-day and he will prob
ably report in time for the Joliet games.
And e jw ' Uncle Anse" is after Bum
pus Jones of 1 net. who has won every
game- be Las pitched this season. Tte
management refuse to set a price on
The- L N Cunmsghan whvdcsires to
play a R ek aland amateur nine should
be addressed at Kncsvi'.le, Iowa, instead
of Knoxviile, U
Word was re :c-ivea from Pitcher Cush
man '.Lis morciig that he was roady to
sign, an i he was accordingly oriered to
report at Jj'.iet and will probably pi:ch
the first game there.
Umpire Suggs went to RookCord on a
different train from the one take by cur
bojs yesterday and was hissed by the
crowd there. Tiiincs are not coming so
smoothly for "Hands me Harry" as they
Indianapolis, of the Western Associa
tion, wants to trade clubs with Joliet,
but President Eberhart of the Joliets
says that the Western hasn't enougn
money to bay the team. There is a pos
sibility that the convicts might get lost
in the asscctation.
Pair of SI. 19
Shoes tomorrow M. fc K.
Good form at the Boston.
Cool underwear M. & K.
Free go:d form at the Boston.
G to the watch tower Sunday.
Tain coats and vests M. &. K.
Spring ;amb at Schindier's meat mar
ket. Band oneert at B:ack Hawk tower Sun
Me-L 's shoes 11 1J Saturday only M.
Band conceit Sunday ut thj watch
Fifteen minute cars to the watch tower
Light summer clothing at Lloyd &
S. B. Wright is in Chicago, his first
flail i ;ne big c.ty.
Ove: two Hundred styles of straw hats
at Lloyd & Stewart's.
Have your summer shins made to
order at Loyd & Stewart's.
A $ monthly magazine given away
free at ihe Boston note in ad.
Motors with trains will run every 15
minutes to the watch tower Sunday.
Messrs. Henry Carse, Charles Case and
J. V. Bailey are in Chicago.
Charles H. Rainey, of St. Paul, is in
city cn a i hort visit to friends.
R. P. Van and family of ReynolJa
are spending the day in Rock Island.
Don't n iss this opportunity of securicg
a $2 mag- One free for a year the Bosa
Special ; ale of men's shoes at 81.19 to
morrow, Saturday only at M. & K.
If you want a cheaper grade M. fc K.
have them but their $1.19 sale of men's
shoe9 are dandies.
Henry Diisenroth serves a free lunch
Saturday evening at his saloon. Eighth
street and J'Mflh avenue.
Henry D 'isenroth serves a free lunch
Satuiday eening at his saloon on Eighth
street and 1'ifth avenue.
We have cheaper grades of men's shoes
than those we have placed on sale at
$1 19 for omorrow M. & K.
The annual commencement exercises
of tbp Rock Island High school will be
held this evi ning at Harper's t'.ieatre.
"When ate you going to have a special
sale on me i s shoes?" Tomorrow all
day Saturday at 119 -M & St.
The concert at Hincher'g garden by
Prof. Otto's military band last night was
largely attended and was a very enjoy
10 worth of shoes bought of us en
titles you to subscription fur one year to
Good Form, a regular monthly maga
zine Tue B )6ton.
Burglars a id sneak thieves haye be
come so bold in their operations in Dav
enport that hey have commenced to do
basiness in b old daylight at midday.
The graduates desire that no flowers be
sent to the ooera house tonight, but if
there are any to be presented, they be
sent to the h mes of those so honored.
William Ca ton, Rock Island's expert
billiard ist, reached home from Chicago
last night. He goes to Paris with
Schafer, sailing one week from tomor
T B. Davis and wife have gone east on
an extended ti ip.including Boston, Balti
more, Washin :ton, New York and Mon
treal, returning home by the way of the
Get a ticket and have your purchases
punched and when you have purchased
10, we will send you free for one
year, a $2 mot thly magazine sample on
display The Boston.
A.ttr tomor-ow the piicc of those
men's shoes M A Iv have placed on sale
at $1.19 will b; 1.50 we positively be
lieve these shojs to be equal to the best
2 shoe on Seond avenue.
If the men's ih oes we have placed on
sale for tomorr w at fl 19 in lace and
congress are nr t better than those otaer
dealers ask $1.50 for bring them back
a id get your money M &. K
Mayor William McConochie returned
froa Minneapolis las' night and reports
that when he le t, the convention city was
full of enthusiasm, but that it was impos
sible at that tin e to determine whe was in
highest favor .
The summer opcr i season which has
been talked of so much toe last few
weeks begins nt x' Monday, June 13, at
the Burtis- The opening opera is "Dor
othy.'' It will be well to telephone in
time to secure eats.
A movement s again on foot by the
clothing and sh e clerks of the city to
brine about early and Sunday clothing.
A number of merchants have signified
their willingness to adopt it and in all
probability the novemeat will be a success.
Reed, the wonderful blindfold checker
player, gave an exhibition of his playing
four different f.ames against four d. Cer
ent peisons, a' one time, at Alderman
Evans" barber shop last night. Mr.
Reed is being ured to giye an exhibition
at Harper's theatre.
Deputy Collec or Bostock is in r
ceipt of a letter from '.he commissioner
of internal revenue stating that money
for all special ta? es must be in Tcoria by
July 1, the close if the fiscal year. Spec
ial tax payers will please call oa Depu y
Bostock or Depu.v Gait ani pay their
tax-js as soon as ossible.
L V. Elkhart yesterday secured pract
ically all the frontage necessary for the
acquirement of tte right of way for the
extension of the Elm street syndicate
liae along. Fourte nth avenue to Thirty
eighth street. It iow on'y remains for
the council to grait the ordinance at the
proper time and t lcre is no reason to be
lieve that therj will be any trouble about
CL, It. I A P. K It.
Half fare to attend the national demo
cratic convention at Chicaso, June 21,
Ti.kets on sale June 16 to 20, and
good to return ur til July 6 See any
ticket agent ot the Great Rock Island
Route for full particulars.
Jno. Sebastian. G. T. & P. A.
Thin coats and vests M. t K.
l or Keut.
An 11 -room house on Third avenue,
between Twelfth and Tnirteenth s reets.
Inquire of B. E Parmenter, Mitchell &
Lynde's block 10-tf
Thin coats and vests M. & K.
You can't afford to lauh. dear eirls
Unless your teeth are whice as pearls
Uiiless your mouth is pink and sweet,
And your two lip? in rosebuds meet;
And you cannot supply this want,
But through the use of SOZODONT!
Cool underwear M. & K.
A prudent man is like a pin, his head
prevents him from troirg to far. To
p-event a cough fn m coing too tar, we
should sayil'se Dr. Bull's Cough S-rjp.
Way off Color-Tin-hue
of health ! Who tin atfstakc it; the
white brow, the aeepentd tint of the ebee, these
atsoelstei with tbearlfatMst and animation of
the eye. chei ry axpretaioa of the ooanteaaaoa,
are an infallible indication that tte liver is ptr
forming its fnnctio .r activ v and that ou?e
qu ntly digestion and Uie bj'.vei- nr.- imdi tiirbed.
if. however, the coraplexi to an d qneoalkt have a
Matron tint, or the fac- i- drawn and void of
sprighUiaess aad .mini at. on, the biliary glaadla
almost certain to be on; of order. Sectl J the
dilHcnlty spcetily, tqoroiiL-ho, with the iaia
moant anttblliouji speetSc, Hoi letter - stomach
Bitters, which promptly r. Bodies no; . n'.v the
above oa ward and vMbleaigas of hlllnnnacn-,
b-it alo the -i 'k headach s, con-ipatio -, t rtigo,
farapoatsM tonoa, nan-. a. soar breath and
t- ins through th I righ s-.de which cii utactei a u
The liver is always lerSoa! tevtolved In malaria,
for which the Hitters is a sovereicn spcdSc
This warHelat reaiodiei with cqnal or mptRa ie
and completeness , kidney comp aini, dyspepsia,
rheumatism and nervousness.
Coughing leads to consumption
Kemp's Balsam will gtop the cough at
IRATCHED TEN MONTHS.
SBswI A troublesomo skin fiiTonno
&9 I caused mo to scratch for ten
month's, and has been
enrol by a few days' uso of
M. II. Wolff, Upper Marlboro, Md-
I was cured sevetal years apo of white swelling
ir m leg by using ff!S&3B an 1 li- ' 1
r - 2aaMaC9 turn d the dis-
aaai Many prominent pbysieiar.s attended mo
and all failed, bat S. S. S. did the work.
Pact, V. KiBKrATnici;. Johnson '.itv, Tana.
Treatise on BIcod and Skin I is
sases mailed free.
Swift Smctfic Co.,
1 o call your attention to a lew facts :
Your eteslSBt is priceless ihc eyes need givid
care: improper spectacles arc i juriotis. yoa
should lot trust your eyesight to Erreen mt ihlc
peddiere of cheap rncctaclec.
H D. FOLSOM
Irs a P.-ariic.'ii (p::c:an. and win Ta'ic iiiin t-
prope rl v alt your eret for every defect of Wion
nii wu putraaiee a perfect ft! In every case.
I O i. r ea " r--! -'-'
MM Jt io a a.
If the lines in i his diamond 5s;::tp do r.ot
ajip'ar equally black ia ail the different
meridians it indicates a defect of sisrht
that caassa nervous head-ache and should
'e corrected at once. 1'vcs tested frej.
H. 0. F0LS0M,
Jeweler and Optician.
2. E. S' If I' I
II I co ISIol
5 a m i is 1311
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161T) ani 1617 Second Avenue.
New styles ot
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Eall Headquarters.-
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Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Alw:iy on hsnn the finest brand of domest'c
and Imported (iars All biande of tohiccn
The tcore of a:i the ball aamej will be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1SS Second a ve
M C NTIRE
Wash Goods, -
lit" VV"rl;h crrrA e rlar-irl
mentis filled with choice! uk'-
fabrics for srring and' W00L effects in the .t
1 , 1 . '.!
CeS Df:i:i aSLOtB- a.
New capes and other
Late wash goods just
Tan grounds, etc.
5c a Yard.
A J V I . s r 11 1.' 1 I
We still show an
r.i i v
assort mrii of . n
in jackets and Uhalii.
rruvs ijovr. ;
close out prea mt si ,
ROCK iSLil D, ILL.
clemann & uumm
GrREAT B ARGAINS
1525 and 1527
124, 126 ami 128
POCKET KNIVES and SCISSORS took the highestpi miao
for quality. If you want a good knife try one.
One need not be told what a nice present an elei . .
bet like those I have to show will be. Also those
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Every woman that
m a - i' vmv.-'w ' Mill J ViJ L , IV'U.U. UVU
naish Fire Sets and Irons.
Stoves and Ranges
are the leaders made in Illinois for our soft coal and every on-
guaram-ea. ineee are all good things to buy at Christmas-or
any other time. Come in and see how much I have to show yon
that is useful and novel in housekeeping goods.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Avp. nnd Twntttli Strt P rslonrl
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COMPARISON Tells the Tale.
A handeume co nplexicn ie one of the
greatest charms woman can possass
Pozzon' I Completion powder gives it.
a F ft & b a R W M ?
n. m n it s - h i t.'j
Dm- war- r .tw v -v
h ki . , i:. r.r. nk kit .a
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years tie Standard.
The proper, most satisfactory and convincing way to form a
correct conclusion as to value is by comparison, It is im
possible to judge from newspaper quotations. For this rea
son we ask you to COMPARE our line of $4.35 Mens Suits
others advertise at $4.45; our line of $5.00 Men's Suits with
those others advertise at $7.50; our line of $6.50 Men's Suits
with those others advertise at $10.00; our line of $9.90 Men's
Suits with those others advertise at $13.50. COMPARISON
TELLS THE TALE.
If the quality, fit, workmanship and trimming is not better and the price lower than that of any
other dealer, don't buy. All we ask that you compare, nothing can be fairer.
Best Equipped Clothing
I X and Shoe House in Rock Island G