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WON IT IN A WALK.
The Rockford Hustlers Lose the
First Game of the Series
Heavy Hitting at Oppertune times and
Inability of the Visitors to Fin.l Bart
on KflTe tively Gives the floH to
the Locals Notes of the Contest.
The home team took a hard fail out of
the Rockfords ytsterdaj, the score standi
iriK U to 3 at the close of the nntb in
ning. Undtrwood and Snyder were in
the points fcr the visitors while Btrison
and Sage compi sed the Twin City bat
tery. The home aggregation was con
siderably weakened by the absecce of
Dale who was smewhat indispi-sed yester
day, Jack Wynn, of Molice, taking his.
place in center field. Cushman, who was
down for yesterday's game, remained at
his hotel, he being the second of the team
who is on the sick list. Bartson pitching
the game in bis place. The locals won
the game in ihe third inning piling upsix
higscores which the visitors were uuable to
get near, and then cinched the game in the
eighth with eight more. A toU of 16
hits were mde off Underwood, while ihe
visitors ot eight off Bartson, ihr.e of
which tbey got toward the close of the
game when he slowed up in trying to save
himself as he perhaps will hve to jiitch
two more games. O'Day, Z is and
McGuirk each lined out a two bagger
while Zeis. Lynch and Wiawell for the
Rockfords eacL made a home run. The
following is the score which spenks for
Unci- ltlm4-Motint Boctlbrd
iiFAi n it r v f
O'Dn, -i .. 3 4 3 0 II Nic. I, rfO 0 2 t 6
Nulton. 3. 2 3 i ;t 0, WlawelL lf.l 8 10 1
McOalrk.lI 2 0 i PnrvK,!... .,(, i
Uwnnan, rf a loo n Train-.e. l a 5 t,
Zeis. If S 3 2 1 O'tllggim, 8a0 n J 1 0
Mncli n..1 l 3 4 1 IimYuM, pO 1 1 4 u
Wrnn, cf. Olio lKitajr, ef 11 0 1 0 1
sage. c....e S 5 0 0 V AIstiDe.Sn 1 2 1 1
Burtwn. 1 1 0 i 0 Snyder. CO u a S i
Total. 14 17 37 13 a Total .. It 8 u 7j
- . , . 18 8 4 6 S 7 8 9
Rock ford 0 (j 3 1 0 0 0 0 .1-3
Koi k UMad-XoUne. . 0 0 6 0 II 0 0 8 0-14
Batt m--Bartjnn and -act-. fid, rwcod and
SnyiliT. Two hut,- h'ts-O'Dav. Zeis. McGn'rk
Earned run-Ko.kford 3, K, ,-k IrUnd-Moline V
Home ran -Zi Is. Lynch, Wiawell. Doable c aya
-Truln Biglrtna, Parvis-Lynch-Mctiairk. Bale
on balls By Bartson. 5: hv Underwood. S Hit
by pitchaT Codorwood 1. 'struck oat Hv Bart.
son, I; bj Underwood. 4. Passed balls Bt
Snyder. Time Two hours. Umpire Stoek
wcll. AROUND THE BASES.
Len Sti ckwell umpired a good game
Evtrbo Ij in the cine took a hand in
pounding cut a victr.ry yesterday.
McGuirk also hlotted out his error to
the crowd yesterday by an excellent one
hand catch of a high throw to first.
Patsy Lynch redeemed his single error
yesterday by one of the prettiest pickups
and doubie plays that has been made
here this season.
The wnele team fill on Undurwocd
yesterday, but his support in the field
was very r-gged at times, so that it w&s
about a bone apiece.
One of the memhers of the home tetm
was tinid $10 by the management list
night for a breach of di6c;p!ins, and an
cther is probibly on the list for a like
For the benefit of the Moline Kepublic
which is inclined to think that Cun
ningham ought to have a show on the
Twiu City team, it muv be said that the
management has been in communication
with hitn several days, and if he is not
secured it will be his own fault, us it has
been before .
The h OHM management is firguring with
a first-eiass ou'ficdder.wLo h-is been prac
tically signed, ar.d who will be played
until Roberts' recovery. In the mean
time it might 1c well for the present
occuphnts of the outer gardens to keep
on the line or sera: one might fall off the
CjTY ( HAT.
Base ball tomorrow.
Spring lamb a. H. Schrocder's.
$3 hats only $2 at the American.
Nice spring lamb at Schrocder's.
Four bouses to rent. Rcidy Bros.
Large spring chickens at M Arnold's.
E. T. Wilson, of Rural, was in the city
Go to the band concert at the Tower
Supervisor Wilson, of Rural, is in the
city todsy .
California fruit at M. Arnold'.', succes
sor to May.
A nice line of fresh vegetables at M.
The finest roasts and cuts at II.
Turtle soup at the White Elephant to
AH kincs of berries at M. Arnold's,
May's grocery .
gl 25 and 1 50 dress shirts 95 centt
the American .
Tne finest line of meats in the city at
Js&d in Millions of Homes
For a nice r ast of spring lamb go to
Great unloac ing sale of summer goods
at the London
Fifty cent lalbriggan underwear 25
cents the American.
Madras shins worth up to $1 75 for
Si at the London.
Attend the gtme tomorrow Rockford
vs. Rock Island Moline.
Summer coats and vests at and below
cost. The Lot don.
Cars every 10 minutes to the Tower
Sunday. Ban 1 concert.
Choice of an straw hat in the house
25 cents the American.
Band concer' at the Tower Sunday
Cars every 10 minutes.
White and fancy summer vests in great
variety at Lloyc. & Stewart's.
Miss Curtis has returned from her visit
to Cincinnati ai d Louisville.
Bon bons, Fiench balbriggan under
wear 65 cents the American.
The finest gane of the sesson. Rock
Island-Moline s. Rockford.
Nothing reserved, everything a de
cided bargain a the American.
50c, 75c and 1 straw hats are beir-g
for 35c at Lloyd & Stewart's.
Everything it summer goods must go
at and below cost the London.
W. L. Eyster leaves for Crete, Neb.,
tonight on a tw weeks' visit.
It will pay to investigate the Ameri
can's prices be f 1 ue buying elsewhere
Don't fail to attend the game tomot
row. Rockford vs. Rock Island-Moline
Previous to c langes in our business,
everything at cost ami less the Ameri
can. Now is your ime to buy your straw
hats cheaper than ever at Lloyd &
H. J. Lowrey came down from Chi
cago yesterday afternoon on a flying
A son arrived ast evening at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Cochran on
Great redaction on all summer goods.
We must uuload every dollar's worth of
summer goods ihe London.
Mrs Joseph B ;ker entertained her lady
friends in the tri- :kies at her home on
Twenty-third street yesterday afternoon .
At the meeting last evening the
Home Building and Loan association
awareed 14 loans aggregating $18,000 at
1 premium of 25 ercent.
Dr. and Mrs. C H. McGavren, who
have been visit. ng Mrs. McGavren's
parents, Maj. and Mrs H. C. Connelly,
returned to their Lome at Missouri Valley,
Iowa, this morning.
The open air concert at Spencer Square
Ust evening by Oao's Great Wes'ern
band, of Daverrpcrt, was well attend d,a
programme of li1 numbers being excel
lently rendered w lich were highly appre
The Citizens' In pnvement association
met last evening, but as there was not a
grett many preser t it was decided to ad
journ untii this evcujng, when it is hoped
tnere will be a It rge attendance, as im
portant business will come before the
Tlie regular arnutl meeting of the
Iowa and Illinois Central District Medi
cal association ii to be held at Schuetzjn
part, Davenport, Thursday, July 14.
Dinner is to be 'served in the dining hall
at 1 o'clock. An entirely new programme
or papers has beet prepared.
Two handsome t pen cars with seating
capacity for 50 passengers each are now
running on the Bl; ck Hawk line of the
syndicate system. They are beauties and
the only two in thi service of the com
pany. The steps ire a little high, but
The A. Rous is infe-med that this is to be
Capt. A. J Whitney this morning
towed his dredge and dump boat to the
mouth of the canal and will cut away
the brush, preparatory to entering upon
ar-.tive operations at once. Capt. E W.
Baker is arranging a tri-iity party to go
down the d iy the first digging is done on
the canal .
Mary A. Benson, of It .ck Island, en
tered suit for diyon e today from her hus
band, Charles T. Benson, by whom she
claims to nave be ;n deserted two vears
ago. She asks fo- the custody of the
four children, SS20 per month alimony
and 50 attorney fees. Benson is a car
penter and is imph yed by a Davenport
nrm. Ihe couple vere married in Rock
Island, July 6, 18i6 Dcvenport Times.
Next Saturday at 2 p. m., at the north
door of the court bouse, in this city, the
reall estate of the late Mrs. Maria B
Uayes will oe sold by the administrator
of her estate at public sale. This well
known property, situated on the south
west corner of Seco id avenue and Thir
teenth street, is one of the most desirable
residence lots in the city. Residence
property on S.-cond avenue is becoming
i .i i-n.-.ni: uesirao e every year, as un
occupied and unin. proved lots become
scarcer. This corner is perhaps unsur
40 Years the Standard
passed fyany lot in the city for high
grade residence purposes, and there
ought to be a keen competition between
bidders to secure this prize in the real
Wkat Stronger Proof
Is needed of the merit of Hood's Sarsapa
pariila than the hundreds of letters con
tinually coming in telling of marvelous
curei it has effected after all other
lemedies had failed? Truly, Hood's Sar
saparilla possesses peculiar curative
power unknown to other medicines.
Hood's pills cure Constipation by
restoring the peristaltic action of the
alimentary canal. They are the best
f .mily catarfic.
1. o. o. w.
The members of Rock Island Lodge
No. 18, and Ucal Lodge No. 608, are re
quested to meet at their hall Saturday,
July 9, at half past 9 o'clock to attend
the funeral of Bro. William Custer, de
ceased. By order of Frank III, N. G.
T. A. JOBNeorr, Sec'y.
Star shirt waists worth 75c to $1 25,
for 50 the London.
Joseph Ruby, of Columbia. Pa , suffer
ed from birth with scrofula humor, till he
was perfectly cured by Hood's Sarsa
parilla. Azrael. the Angel of Death,
Hotten Beater us. sometimes, than we are aware.
It is lafer far when we are unwell to anapeet lii
propinquity than to Ignore the Misibility of Ma
oearoeee. Caution is a trait m which the majority
,,r,H coiistirtmonaily laekin
r, , , . . 1 rejourn a en
This ni'nor HiV.-nr u i...
SwrfSSliSfT ?J ' -riH"'- " mata-ly'wliich
hendeelop d ..r the most fatal character, a
morttiarv atatiatim rt..-, ir. :i '.
iti . . .1 1.LU1. tir wnc
circulation, which diffu
fill warmth through ih
i-san agreeable, health-
vnroni ..f .
11 1 .
: ,T 1 V 01 wnicn ine complaint is ex-
uirZ'T w' K"? Y,"1 il" """'ur.teddency
Ritt. r r 1 W"d' ,fullj' ftleac;ous to is it,
rhei ml' J?'.a l,,rLViC, nS'il"":""' 1'ver complaint,
rheiimail-m ati-l kidney troab.'e. A wineglassfnl
before retiring induces heu th, ielding sleep
Mrs. E. J. Rowell. Merlford, Mass., says her
mother has been cured of Scrofula by the n?o
of four bottl : ffMBffjnj " havin; had
muclioth jP'fr'R' t, and boinc
reduced toqnitea low condition of health, as it
was thought she could not live.
rured my little boy
peared an i
year I had
1 v.-as Vvv induce
A fewbo ttlcsouriMl liim,a!nl 110
ryiunioms pf tlio iliseaso remain.
KKS. T. 1. MATHKBS, Mathcn ille, Miss.
Oboola am Blood an 1 Skin ;
hCMCl ma i led fr-r.
locall your attention to a few farts:
Tour eyesight la priceless the eyes n i mod
care: Improper spectaclea are Er jarione, yon
should rot trust your eyesiuht to irresnoi',.ihl-
peddiera of cheap Miectacles.
H D. FOLSOM
H , . Onriri.in iim! n-M1 A
properly at your eyes for every defect of vision
ana wiii guarantee a perfect lit m every case.
T I! I. pMwnnflt iWI.1) v. 1 fN-. . . or rUto
IhuXuul b,unl . ii ,,u. . o.. .a.lUK
If the lines in this diamond fioire do not
anpfar pquaily black in all the different
meridians, it indicates a defect of sipht
'.hat causes nervous head-ache and should
V- corrected .t once. 1 lyes tested free.
H. D. FOLSOM,
Jeweler and Optician.
IN A FEW
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sneeziiiit and sniveling succeeded hy fereriah
m and dryness of the skin -are prrceptible
imn.edia e recourse (hoald be had to HoOBteUer
Stomach Bitten amii mw. , vd
"V VIA IMtlVM
We are going East to contract for the manufacturing of our
Fall and Winter BOYS' and MEN'S
We have too
will help us out.
We have to offer throughout our entire establishment.
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1615 and 1617 Second Avenue
D. ROY BOEBY'S,
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
.till .11 . . M . . .M. . . . . .
1 1 ... m k
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Alwaja nu hand tbe flm-t branl or dorrcst:c
nnrt Imported cU-at. All brand of tobacco.
The corc of nil tlic hall nun will be reci ived
L. GLOCKHOPP, Prop.,
18CS Second .1 ve:
New styles ot
many spring goods must unload.
Come and help
We want to make it one of
Pleasure as well ae business.
Wednesday, July 6th
18 THE DATE.
July 6tb, don't forget.
N ednesday, Jnly 6:h, one of
the largest importers in the
U. S. will be with us for one
day only One Day Ont.y.
He will have for your inspec
tion a large and elegant line
of Imported Dress Goods in
and whatever is new for "Fall
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
GREAT B A.RGAINS
1526 and 1527
POCKET KNTVRS aml spiccodo
for quality. If you w7nt a go7d
Sr iiJietf ??r be toldLwuata
Set like those I have to show will
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
finish Fife Sets and irons.
are the leaders-made in Illinois
any otnei time. Lome in and see how much I have to show vou
that is usefal and novl in 1,,; j u ouu v j
Cor. Third Ave, and Twentieth Street, Rock T8land.
yourselves to seme
Best Equipped Clothing
and Shoe House in Rock Island Co.
ITT r i
x.iio auu uiuers as Wnii
We ill be pleased to
you make selecti-.tiB
goods as may please you
Will be sold.
Too earlv, do VOll mir -
tint it -7-,n , c . "'J.
effects' 'JUUeal '
This will be
An opvortunity 10 select from
Larger Assortments than
oftheJaiger retail houses
afford to carry.
Pi T7iL-Te af at 1- . . 1
naaoa UAAiL. WUetller you
tend to purchase or not.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
124, 126 and 128
nice present an elegant Carvinc
be. Also those vtrvmg
' " rngm lr0D
for our soft coal -and every one
of the many
wear ircm sucn marnrV.,,.,