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The Twin-City Team Meets Defeat
Afirr Oulplnyine In- lndlann Bnyn at
Almost Kvci y I'oint They are
limbic to Bus Their
The home team lost yesterday's gnine
to Tem Haute, making It a horse apiece.
Beam ao J Terrien was the HiuUntauts,
battery, while Baxendale and Sage did
service for the locals. As usual with our
midget pitcher, three of of the live scores
were made of! him in the first two innings,
after which he got down to work and
pushed in the kind of balls that has
fooled many a good batter of the two
eyed league. They got a total of five
hits off the 'Kid" while our boys
pound d Besm safely seven times Mc
Guirk who made the home run in the
first game, c-tme forward with a pretty
two-bagger yesterday, which helped the
Twins out amazingly. The following is
HsmBante 1 1 0 0 1 0 06
Kock Ilai id-XotiM . 0 0 0 tl l 1 1
Battf tries Tat re Haut-. Bean and TYirian;
KiK-k bland Moline, BTsniilead Sage. Erron
Tem Haute, S; Hod, lataod-Holiaa, 1. Eirn
ed ran Tene Haste, l. Nm bin Terra
Hante, 5; Bock lajutd-Holloe, 1 Two-baae nits
HeniD. 1 ; ViGulrk. 1. Ik me run Corbctt, 1.
Vt iM pitches Baxendale, S, Tunc of game
Bully for Jacksonville.
Bchultz and Corcoran are the new I. I.
league umpires who succeed Suggs and
Jeeksonville is beginning to play bet
ter bail. Guy lleeker will bring them
around all right.
McDirmott, Jacksonville's new twerlei
from the eastern league eeenu to be giv
ing pretty good satisfaction.
"Sacdy"Hamilton,who was released by
Jacksotv 1 e, has been signed by Rock
ford and is playing good ball.
McGairk made his second home run oa
the trip yesterday and has also filled in
witu a few singles and doubles. "Rich
ard is himself again."
"Home Run" Thorp of Rockford, has
jumped his contract with that team and
quit the town. He was one of the Ilust
lers' timelv hitters and will no doubt
make a difference in their batting.
The Q iincy team is being strengthened
by maLbgers of other teams giving play
ers to thjt maLagement. Joiiet could
afford :.' ctrcngthen the whole team and
then not be doin ; any more than her
Li Roque, who jumped the Seattle club
to sign with Terr.: Haute, has been blick
listed ! y the management of that team
bu. as '!:;' learue is not under the na
tional protection it will make no dif
ference a- to his playing in the league.
l iTY CHAT.
. Go to the Watch T wer tomorrow.
H. L. Wheelan leaves for Chicago to
Bad o. ncert at the Watch Tower to
Cars every 1" minutes on the Tower
Fifteen-minute cars to the Watch Tow
C. H Parser of DuSuque is in the city
calling on friends.
51. E Sweeney and wife left last rjight
for Chicago on a short visit.
Take an electric ride ro the Tower to
morrow and enj y the music.
Mas- meeting of workingraen at Har
per t theatre tomorrow aight.
The choicest cuts to be had in the city
at the Elm street meal market.
Workingmen's mass meeting at Har
per's theatre tomorrow night.
Plcuty of fresh home grown strawber
ries cheap this afternoon at Long's.
J. E. Lirkin went to Chicago this
morning to be present convention week.
.v..-- Deli Stone. of tnc poatorfice cleri
cal fcrce, is confined to her home by ill
H McEniiy went to Chicago this
morning to attend the democratic con
vention. If you want a rich dish of ica cream or
a i are dish of fruit ice, stop at Krell fc
Mrs .Tames Reed ot Lincoln, Neb., ar
rived tbis noon on a yisit to Mr. and Mrs.
T. H Thomas.
W. W. Stafford, formerly with the Sun
AcciJent Insurance Company, is in the
city on a short vis't.
The season of summer concerts in
Soenrcr square opens next Tuesday even
ins: wUh a tleliehtful entertainment.
Eidie Dolly has lieen given a position
OB the road by Hart & Banneen, in
whose employ he has been for some time.
County Treasurer Campbell has appoin
ted C. A Martin collector of the personal
property ttx in place of J. G. Huntoon,
M. H Sexton now has entire charge of
Edwards A Walsh's construction woik at
Streeter, a mark of confidence Michael is
deserving cf .
Mrs. Arc.-r and Miss Helen Nicholson,
of Phoenix Arizona, arrived last evening
for a visit to the family of Col. George F.
If you wi.nt ice cream for your party,
gtt the best and it put up in brick, milon,
pyramid or individual shapes. Krell &
Math can supply you any time.
At the Y M. C. A. rooms tomorrow
afttrnoon Uriah Roraback of Davenport,
i- to talk oi the subject: "Christianity
and Business Success Do they Har
Col. R ibeison, of the Rock Island Car
Journal Lubricator, has arranged a lubri
cating devic for electric motor cars and
one has beer put on one of the syndicate
cars on the Iavenport side.
The Roiii lan R fles have ordered a
handsome flag with which to ornament
the Armory I uilding on the Fourth. All
owners of buildints should adopt the ex
ample thus sot and secure flags so that
the city may be properly decorated on
the Columbian Fourth.
The case of O'Connell vs. Ailes on a
peace warrat t before Justice Brown of
Milan, was called up yesterday and a con
tinuance taken until next Saturday, oe
c .use of the sickness of Aile3. William
MeEniry appears for O'Connell and
Sweeney & V alker appear for Ailes .
The ladies of Trinity guild will be
pleased to have you and your friends
call at Mrs. General Hoffman's resi
dence, corner Secosd avenue and Elev
enth street, this evening, and partake
of ice cream and berries, and listen to
some fine masic. Electric cars every
The testimoiy in the coroner's inquest
over the remains of little Mary Travis,
who was killet at Sears, was taken in the
coroner's office yesterday afternoon. Con
ductor Hitch ;ock, Engineer Stilwell,
Fireman Sherwood and H. Legrand of
Sears, all testified to materially the same
thing regarding the unfortunate accident
and the jury returned a verdict of acci
J. W. Welcl , E. B. McKown. Rev. EL
0. Marshall, and J. K. Groom of Moline,
who went ..s d legates to the State Sun
day school convention at Centralis, re
turned last n ght well pleased with the
w..rk of the convention, Rev. Marshal;
Laving had the honor conferred OH him
jf being electee president of the associa
tion It was well attended, over 1 ,000
deK gates beiof present and its results
highly satisfactory to all.
At the time 1 ock Island was getting its
heavy sliower yesterday afternoon Moline
was undergoing a veritable deluge. The
rain came down in torrents, sharp bolts
of lightning ren'.. the clonds and much
consternation w is felt in our sister city
The volume of water thBt came rol
ing e'own fr m the bluffs above
was enormous and flooded cellars and
bisements. t-heds and sidewalks
were washed out and the streets stood full
of water. No t reat (.mount of damage
was done at anv olc place, though the
total which includes all parts of the city
will foot ud considerable In Bdgewood
park the rain fel almost as heavy as in
Molice, Some ( f the wires in the central
telephone office in Moline were burned
out during the st orm, some what disabling
the sseaa. Thore was a hc.vyfall in
the upper end of the county, but no re
ports of anything severe have been received.
The bill was filed in the circuit court
this moniing for a suit on the prt of
Margaret Brady, wife of Andrew Brady
against Frank K lly of the law firm of
L ooney & Kel' , the complainent al
legiag that about March 1st last, her
hu-.bar.il represen ed to her that he wanted
$50 to go to St. Louis to look after some
real estate matters, that he could get tLe
same from Loom y & Kelly by giving a
mortgage to them on her homestead.
Mrs Keliy went t the ifflce of L ioney
& Kelly, she claims, where Mr.Looncy
drew up the instrument he represented to
be a mortgage, and she not being able to
write, made her n.ark and received the
money from Mr. Kelly, Now the com
plainant avera the instrument she signed
was not a mortgage but a wurranty deed
conveying her h mestead to . r. Kelly.
She now brings suit to have the deed set
aside 6o far as it relates to her, for the
reason that it was obtained under misrep
resentation. Will am McEairy is for
EMMONS BLAINE DEAD.
The Second Son of the ex-Secretary
Expire at Chicago.
Third Death in the Family of the ex-Secretary
in a lew Years The
Kiutkl Summons Sudden.
Chicaoo, June 18 -Emmons Blaine,
second son of ex-Secretary Blaine, died
in this city about noon today from i,i
flimmatio:, of the bowels. His illness
was not considered serious until yester
day afternoon when telegrams descrioing
his coniitiou were sent to the family at
Birr Harbor. This is the ''li'rd of Mr.
Blaine's children to die within a few
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Effectually yet gently, when costive or
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sluggish, to permanently curj habitual
constipation, to awaken the kidneys and
liyer to a healthy activity, without irritat
ing or weakening Ibein, to dispel head
aches, colds or fevers, use Svrup of Figs.
Oiva UiLauctimg Ph.lcioi'bert!
Noru- of your snarling oyniCfl for us. Thtj
I .u h not, neither do they smile. They aie nigu.
biioii" -dyspeptic They ate usually our of
visage, pale, slight, Srr, Baits traryleAs fndi7ut
uals in toct, win took as if ilu-y had been at log
gerheads with rotsteeetall their lives. The aide
pHttng, button bnrsttng gnffiw that proceeds
from the individual with a go d digestion is never
heard fr mi ilimi. They mst' -ify mole hills into
Bonntains, trrfles light ai sir1 into greviooj an
noyaoc s. Show as, oa the contrary, a man who
faces trouble with a smile, repines not at small
mishaps, and In whom the fonntmins of. merri
ment a-e easily set aftow, and we will show you a
man with a digestion. U.-e Uostetter's Btom eh
Bitters to secure thii blessing, andbtnish the
nervousness and onerhtoiis disposition to n r
ami find fault which attends dyspepsia. Rheu
matism, constipation, malaria, Sidney trouble and
la (rtppe yield O the Hitlers.
ature. should be
assisted to throw
off imparities of the
does it so well, so
promptly, or so
safely as Swift's
LIFE HAD NO CHARMS.
For three years I was troubled with mala
rial poison, which caused my appetite to tail,
and I was greatly reduced in flesh, and lire
lost ail its charms. I tried mercurial ar.J
potash remedies, but to no effect. I cc-ld
get no relief. I then deciilec to fry
A few bottles of this wonderful
medicine made i. complete and pem.arent
cure, and 1 now enjoy better health than evsr.
j. A. Rick, Utawa, Kan.
Our book u Blood and fSkiu Uii asea
Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Oa,
London Electric Vaporizer.
The Blind See! Trie Deaf Hear!
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Throat, sore, weak oi inflamed eyes, bronchitis,
bnyfover, nonrtiiirm, remores ea'urih from th
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blindness and ieafnesi ;ir.' cored by this method
only. Physicians ar Oenliit sn requested toOse
this t- srmont in all cli onic and obstinal rssi s.
Instrument with full instructions sent to any ad
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Every testimoLial reqardini; Hood's
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Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years th- Standard
TMINISTKATOR i NOTIOK
Estate of Sinnn V. Kox Deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed admin
istrator with he will snaeaod the estate of Simon
K. Fox late of the county of Bock Island, st u,
of Illinois deceased, hereby gives notice that in
wiii a(tK'ttr before the county court of Roca
Island county, at the office of the clerk of si.i
court. In the city of Hock Island, at the August
term, on tin- first Monday ir. August not.
at winch time a!! persons having claims a.-i.n
said estate are notified and requested to alter:'.
for the purpose of having the same adjusted. .
persons Indebted to said estate are requested It
rnako Issssediate payment to the nnderslgne .
Dated this 9th day or June. A D. l-'.u
EDWARD P. POX. administrator,
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This week we will give you 1 n ,
a tew more 6c prints for !UUJ8IAclmS -
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One Dress Pattern ham, r. 1
to each customer. itv, take ih,m '
6c a Yard.
Visit our Wash (;,a
partment and see rl ..
vaiiety of fabrics sh wn
Just received bpaiitfi
Orgaudi-s, it, Ughi and 2!
Fifteen piece Tennis Flan
nels, have b9en 7 A -.cents,
Qumtity limited to each
1615 and 1617 Second Avenue.
New styles ol
ROCK ISLAND, ILL
0. ROY BOWLBY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
GREAT B A.RGAINS
1525 and 1527
124; 120 and 128
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
POCKET KNIVES and SCISSORS took the highestpren ii
tor quality. If you want a good knife try one
One need not be told what a nice present an elegant Carrini
Set like those I have to show will be. Also ihuse
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
a . Ery woman that keeps honse wants one. Wrought Iroi
finish Fire Sets arid Irons.
IS30L7TIOM OF Y A RTNKKSHI 1' '
The copsrtncrhp herrto'ore existing andrr
th- firm nil i of TlnmiH- & ('.-.. DM thin day i ea :
distorted by oratns cooent. md tht bneinc
will hen-alter be conducted by Gconre Brotsner
wt wiDss!inne .11 liabilitlre ud collect alt oit
Beck iHlaml Jons Iiit 1 189S.
B. K. TIIOM -fi.
. EoKt; i BB iWBB ii.
Ciirar Store and Billiard Parlor.
sun upanaa ri-.-art. ah DrUKn tn loacro
The toorc of the ball ganea will be ria ivd
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
18T8 Second Ave
rn Stoves and Ranges
are the leaders made in Illinois for our soft coal and
guaranteed, ihese are all good thinrs to bir- at Chrietra is I
any othei time. Come in an 1 see how much have to sh w yon
that is useful and novel in housekeeping goods.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rock 1 land
COMPARISON Tells the Tale.
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 Mens Suits with
those others advertise at $7.50; our line of $6.50 Mens 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.
& VC Best Equipped Clothin.u
WW i and Shoe House in Rock Island