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foU-LDN'T HIT CUSHMAN.
Tie Home Team Wins the First
Game at Evansville.
TV; Amateur Context itt Twin-City
Park Wi.lurdoy Afternoon
Jtott h or the ProreM.lonal
Tilt home team took the first game
Irwa tbe Evsn&villians yesterday in a
nm&. The Utters batteries were com
3Wi of Collins Morrison and Brio's,
vlt Cusbnian and Z 'is pushed the
Oir back and forth for the Twin-City
w Cushman's work in the box is
: ?o have been very effective, but the
7 M had no trouble in finding the
fcwier twirlen and pounded Collins out
-aS Ike box. Five hit9 were made off
Jtoiiiin and 10 off Morrison and Col
1m McGuirk touched up the sphtiv
Ma two base? and Roberts, the new ao
m v.. -i in the field, drove it out for
tfcjtt bags, all f which is very enccur-i.-a;;.
The foil owing is the summary:
b'ai.d-Mol:r:t' .1 03 1 0!I0 1 7
:v.Tr,U; o i o i o o (i (i o i
attetrcf T.oi k 1-iiiLil-Moliiu !, Cii"hiii:ui :u:d
w. : i iff. :.;, Morri'nc ami Briiri:.
.?oJ rana Rock land-M!inei, 8: Kvans
eafera.1. Two in i hit Mcd.irk. Thric-basc
T'ie Gamk ?ok Charity's Sake.
Tin gance of ball on Saturday at Twin
trity pttk) between a nine from Mo'.ine
uri toe. from tV.is city for sweet charity's
nAc, was well attended and was Inter
Mt j!5 thTOtifchOlt. The ijame developed
Mmm 'eatures heretofore unheard of in
ne-tional gacce. but was nevertheless
mtrtaining for all that and was won
.iet;y on its merits. The score stood 7
"at the end of the tenth inning and
As ele-ventn the Rock Island agcrtL'i
3fo'i fa. led to score, while proud Moline
wL,! up four large ones and won the
"Mio'sine is tbe score by innings:
1 3-) 456789 10 11
Mklalaod... i 1 0 11 0103000 '
HM. . .1:! 11000000 411
TV teams were composed as follows:
t:k ilnd Position Moline
7r mi Catc her E. Wehrnd
. Cwenaeld Pitcher . F. Barunrd
K-Jk KinLey Short ftop John Samuels-
S-aft F:rt base Will VeJie
y Stcond bsse Cbarlea Velie
0m l.Tiie Tliirdbase Robert Swat.
W Mot Left Held Jobnfady
' - wait Gtei Held r. -k mi r
XT.- Right Held F. Keator
; red by Lynda in the lixib. rBeHered by
i"- iu the tilth, and he in turn by Hoffman.
-&uitoi8 work at third was the feature
tf yesterday's game at Evansville.
still i-wiDgs his wagon tongue
r everything from a single to a home
itbert5 seems disposed to uphold the
7iMa!:on of the Ca'.ifomii league. He
;a?..y located every pitcher he has
art so far.
Jlackey ha been playing with Aurora
Wfiout consent of the home management
JaSil the in nager of the former team
ken proper! called dowa.
Tie Hustlers defeated the Rockets yet
iTti&7 by a score of 27 to 13. Hcftoot
nd iiarth was :he battery;for the former.
mi 3a.!ey and Jens for the latter.
-lathsr mcttiDg of ih: II league has
hn called to take place at tha Sherni n
ff.ysc in Chicago tomorrow, at which
kwiness of vital importance to the league
be disposed of.
The Rock Island machinists on Rock
5-.ind Arsenal defeated the Davenport
machinists employed on the arsenal Sat
aniay by a score of 2C to 1C. Tratt and
a.ish was the battery for the Rjck
Viand's acd Lancaster an Lerch for the
Pa:sy Lynch our unljcky short-stop
ads a good record in the last game at
3:x Haute, having one run, two hits,
Sferee put-outs, three assists and no er
nv. Maybe Patsy shook his hoodoo
!oce Suggs got tired.
1TY OH AT.
Henry J. Berry of Sioux City is in
Rock Islam on an extended sojourn with
The first of the series of summer con
certs is to b ; given in Spencer square to
morrow nig it.
Light 11 nt rods repaired and erected.
A. F. Schm dl, 821 Twentieth street. All
Hammocl s, all kinds, save money at
McCabe Bos. Hammock ropes 6c,
stretchers 7. each.
Anyone dosiring to purchase household
goods on reasonable terms would do well
to call at 14n9 Sixth avenue.
Special sale of hats, flowers and rib
bons this w.'ek in McCabe Bros, millin
Arthur Peck and Miss Sadie Frank of
Marengo, Iowa, are in the city on a visit
to their frienl, Miss Kate Breheny.
The cheap, st place in the three ci ies
t3 buy your lire-works, fire-crackers, Ian"
terns, flags, e c , is at the old Five and Teu
Cent store, Mrs. C. Mitsch, 1314 Third
The stage of the water at the bridge is
now 14:80 aL 1 the river is rising rapidly
again Cap'. Blaisdell yesterday had the
sewer tl jod gates in tbe lower end in plne
The work 1 f laying brick on the Third
avenue pavio;; contract was begun at
Ninth street on Saturday. Excavatiu,'
has been finis led as far as Twelfth stne
and the work is progressing rapidly.
The ladies of the colored Methodist
church of Mo ine will give a plantation
c inccrt at Ila per's theatre Thursday ev
ening, June io. Reserved seat tickets
ran be had f.t the Harper house phar
macy. F. S. Butter worth, Ben. Butterworth,
Jr. and Williai 1 H. Butterworth of Wash
ingtou, D. C, are at the Harper, having
arrived to attei.d the Butterworth-Deere
wedding at Mdine Wednesday evening.
Capt. J. H. Lidders, J B. Lidders,
C. W. Searle, John Rinck and John
Campbell of -his city and Capt. Cozid
and Lieut. Spelling of ReynohU left this
afternoon for B lshnell, to attend the state
encampment Si ns of Veterans.
The opening of the presidental cam
paign when po itical meetings' of both
parties are to be frequently held, re
establishes the importance of the city
taking immedia.e steps lookiag to the
i. recti in nf the speaker's stand on Market
square, and the city council cannot do
better than a lopt a course tonight
looking to that tnd. List summer plans
ere discussed of a combination weigh
master's quarter, and band an 1 speakers
ttand that wouli remove the present eye
sore, and at onci provide a building that
would be ornami utal and useful.
Will li Johnion returned from St.
Louis this m irni.ig with the remiins of
i'is nephew. Leich J jhns to, which were
recovered from t le river at St. Louis last
Friday aad whicl. had alreidy been bur
isd at St. Louis. Mr. Joasn had the
y.nly disinterred ind brought to Rock Isl
and, the funeral being held this morning
with services tt the home of Wal
ter Johnson on Seventh avecue.
Rev. R F. Sweet officiating, the inter
r.'.ict being mad; in Chippianock cetne-U-ry.
Tuere was a large attendance of
friends, and many lovely 11 iral pieces.
The pali-bearers were: John Noftsker,
Paul Cleland, Kinsley Mack, Henry
C 1 jk, Add Gist, .'esse Williams, Charles
L my and Frank I ayne.
The Hits m Mu'eeH wf ihe Hrinun.
The New Rockv Mountain Limited.
Tbe "Travelers' Official Railway Guide"
for May says, editorially . "The excellent
management of the great Rock Island
route impresses itself upon the traveler,
and it is no disparagement to the many
excellent examples of dining car service
to state, as the result of our experience,
that this seryice on the 'Rock Island
road' is the best of any we have en
joyed." No other service in the world
like it. Try the new "limited" that
leaves Chicago daily at 10:45 a. m , is
only one night out, and arrives at Den
ver, Pueblo, or Col. Springs next after
noon, earlier than all competitors. The
only direct line to Manitou.
Jno Sebastian, G T. & P. A.,
D. H. Louderback returned last night to
Miss Kate Byrnes is in Chicago on a
fliore Patterson of Marston. was in
a. city yesterday.
A great week in the underwear depart
acnt at McCabe Bros.
1 S McCube returned yesterday from
hort business trip we&t.
Ladies' audnusses' white leghorn flats
18c each at McCabe Bros.
Miss S german of Cincinnati is visiting
jer 316U-, Mrs. W II. Judge.
Jne lot men's ribbed shirts ami draw
er 21c each at McCabe Bros.
Capt J. W. Ranson went to Chicago
Ibis rrorLieg on a business trip.
H. B. trvdlow and sons went to Chica
5ejeattrday on a short visit.
Mrs. O. Mit ch and son Philip are vis
iting with friends in Chicago.
To Cleanse the System
Effectually yet geutly, when costive or
bilious or when the blood is impure or
sluggish, to permanently cur:! habitual
constipation, to awaken the kidneys and
liyer to a healthy activity, without irritat
ing or weakening tbem, to dispel head
aches, colds or fevers, use Syrup of Figs.
G.va TJLanehing Phtloiafbert!
None of your snarling cyr.ice for us. Th y
laugh not, neither do they sc.il... Thcvaic iuen-
b.ioiif -dvenemte. Thov ate neualiv setir of
viMge, pale, -light, dry, quire Eravjlees Individ1
aals in fact, wh look as if liny bad bi'cn at log
gerlu a.l- itli ro o-t beef a!i aeii Uv The side
piitniLr. button barettnfl! enfftw ttmt proceed
Iron the individual wttb a go d digestion ia never
heard fr im litem. Tliov tng..:fv mole h its into
nHwlilelne. Iilflee Hutu ei me Into greviooa an
nojaiic !. Show us. 0:1 tUe contrary, a man wh.
faees l;oulile with a Mini,-, ivoii.e not at -mall
mlahapa, and iu whom the fountains ot Bxerri
mem a e riaailj set attOW. and weWill show ton a
man with a dlsesdon. De Hostetter'i stom eh
Mtten to secfrre Citi 1 MetiBg. andbo.i.-h the
DOTVonanosa and anernlone dl- poeltion to m r
ati.l i.iul fault w Ineli nt t n.Ii .lv-nnela. hli. u-
matlam. constloatlon. malaria, khinee trouble and
la grippe yield 10 Hie Hitters.
Mtont- utti in" KeHO'.utioiiM.
The Rock Islan.l Stons Cutters' union
held a meeting Friday evening and
adopted resolutions favoring the continu
ance of Sunda'- ', all games, and
the morning Uliou says also; de
nouncing the resolutions of the Tri City
L-ibor congress reDddiating the Rock
Islander as the acc -edtteirorgan of tbe la
bor organizations SuLday.
The Union pats he stone cutters on the
back for this atter alleged act
ion as to tie Rock Islander,
and says: "They recognize protec
tection us in the interest or American la
bor, and as such uphold the policy." Un
der a iy circumstnrea it is ridieulous to
a.--ert that prot;ction would benefit
the stone cutters, bit the funny part of it
:s that no such resolutions were adopted.
The object of labor organiza
tions is to further tbe interests of labor
irrespective of politics, and it was be
cause of the attitude of a paper suppos
edly a labor journal in allying itself to
one of the politic). 1 organizations, that
the Tri-City Congriss simply repudiated
it as a labor paper epresenting tbe views
of labor organizations, and the stone-cut
ters will not interfeie with such action.
The Union has simply published a
humbug, and while here was nn attempt
to smuggle in such tesolutions as it in
tended for political Sect it did not work
entire system, eliminating
ail Poisons from tl:c Blood,
whether of scrofulous or
Malaria! origin, lis prep
aration has no canal. . .
"For eighteen mentis I h.t t an
eatnuf nere en wty tongue. Iwat
trented h ten! bent fhjsUian. ,
tut ritnined no retnfi 'he sore
gradually grew werse. I finntty
took S. .S'., anJ u;is entirely
eureJ after usiti- a few trnttUs."
C li. KcLsmopb,
TREATISE on Blood andSkia
Diseases mailed Iree.
1 he swift Specific Co
London Electric Vaporizer.
The Blind See! Tii Peaf Hear!
'nivp all dtfl 'rtsft of tlu' Eye. Ear, Xo-c tXXki
Thr;.t, sure, wnk 01 tnflMDrd eyw, bvoochiib
hay fever. n ur:ili:i, remnrcs CfttUlll from ill1
head, thr.'uf, IMEB. snomftch or knl nov
biin ine- md JeafiH ire cored by thi method
euiy. Physleloav ;ir - Ocnlid ire reooeotod to use
this treotneal in ill chronic :iu1 obettiMt ci -s.
Iwrtiumeiil with full iu-truciions sent tooay al
droM f-r m
LONDON ELECTRIC CO Tumi 11'.
PMINISTRATOR S NOTICE
K-tate of Simon E Fx Deceased.
The untJersiiTT:ei having been appointed admin
i::ltr with the will annoaod the tv-tare of i:nor.
E. Pn lata of i hi couniy of Kork Island, Mti.
of Illinois UeceM)e.i, hereby ives no:ice tha: ht
will appear before the county court of BEoCk
Island comity, at the ofVe of the clerk of s:it
court, in the city of Hock. Ieland at the Angnat
term, on tlie 'first Monday in AiifcTus
atwlueh time ail persons having claims air:..;. '
said estate are notified and roqneoted to attcid
fortheiuriose of baring the same adjusted. A.
Ihtsoiis indebted to said estate are requested
inaKe itiinediate payment to the undersigue...
Dated Ibis Hh dT of .Tune. A D. 192
EDVVAKD F. POX, Adrntniatrator.
WMt) '.,. vnnoxed
issolution of Partnership
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard
Tbe co-pafto&TVU'p heretofore exii'!r.c un.l.r
Hi. fl-m na e of TbOBUM Jc IV.. has thin day I ea i
diatorvod by raatna content, ami lac baatec r
w in hereafter Iu- . inducted by corse Brenner
WteO w.llaa'iime i.U liabilities an 1 collect all out
Keek Ulan.l Jam ltd
It. F. TilOM -S.
QSOBG . BR .W.NEK.
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1615 and 1617 Second Avenue.
New styles ot
Too many goods in several
departments. We are go
ing to make special induce
ments this week in order to
close them out quickly.
2 Blacs Embroidered
viijcj Kl inrc -r n
We will dedu.;t33 percent
from price of .all jackets
and capes. 3J off price of
every garment. If your
size is hern you can get
bargains. We will stand a
loss before we will carry
them along at 33 ;.
discount. 1 ()tv , , i
every robe. ' " Pnce 4
Ltm n J dice ?oap in,.. , I
Sov r Crea m s I I0 u 'M
In order to intrArl i .
juice scan . -
fap tbe manufac
have sent n ., i '"'I
Btructed to, " '
Pnce, hence you '
these elegant BOa
teat. f. ... . 1 'I
ROCK ISLAKD, ILL
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
A: way on hum the fluent brands of dotreslic
and ba ported cigars All brandj of tobacco
The core of a!l the ball itames will be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
38;S Second Ave
CLEMANN & SALZMANH,
1525 and 15J7
124, 120 andl2
ROCKET KNIVES acd SCISSORS took the highest premim
lor quality. If you want a good knife try one.
One need not be told wh.i
bet like those I have to show will be. Also ihose-
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Every woman that ke
finish Fire Sets and Irons.
Acorn Stoves and Ranges
are the leaders made in Illinois for our soft coal and every ont
guaranteed, 'lhese are all good things to buy at Christ nus-or
any othei time. Come in an i see how much I have to showyon
that is useful and novel in housekeeping gooda.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rock Island.
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 Men's 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 sl'S.so. 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.
O IjT Best Equipped Clothing
X and Shoe House in Rock Island Co