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i hiame Diontied to the
js From !"'ocktow.
nd Team and KHiig' Effective
C Give tae Victory to the
- The Score-Note
I the Game.
Mc?ut is still plajiDg lall with
ti Iran:, the effects of whirh were
7fA :.;tiiKc in yesterday's same
i wtt'fced sain yesterday owing to
friMUlhr to go into the box.
2l a :od game, i-ape again
:ickstop. Big Mr. K ing for
if.'i the home boys in the box
i4zt as iace!nt came. Wyua
i pat in center field in Dile's ab-
is ra:ly Uemoastrated the weak
aimm Ma'eu: player in a game such
The game while close
t sciticg at times was devoid of
ktu?w. Oar staunc'j infield
'i-ial good game and supported
' Sae style.
mi Le.i uiat point now
MMtkidg ought to be doni
9 '.be jlssipjtion ino whlcl
hwhi 01 ine team ire
U is n.t fair to the public
tier pUjen of the team tr
i Z the 2-ders shou d be called
?ice. One 1 1 the p'.ivers struck
4ta-tafv i. . . night when lie said, "I
'ma!hki Jo what is right inysclt, but
thai s me of the boys take
tte at Harry Shec's kicdnesB
. .v - .
x nm ever pimyeil uncer a man
mjKt itasier to get along with, and
' to see some of them act the
" G " d ball players are not
vcm v .- at present, and the
tofcava potitiont ought to know
mm :k..t'Witg is the score of yester-
MK. earn i(
i M f A
j- t i a
ThS?- S C ?
am 10 3
W -- ft .
i 1 B 0
0 H Sieol, rfO
0 Wiswell, If.O
0 Pcrvu. 1.. .1
0 Truby.2. . .1
1 nigicc. ? o
0 Q .- icol, 5 0
0 Kline. p...O
0 V A'stinc.3 1
!l 0 1
1 I 0
1 0 II
0 3 0
1 0 0
9 2 0
5 0 17 6 1
"ti-Kocfcford 2. Two banc hits
t i j k: :c. Three base hit Bart-
Purr s Dnnble nWm -I.vnrh-
Plfc i -Kr (,:. rk Nation, struck out
Bate on ha!: By Bart-
u. i or Mtcber By Kline 1. t m-
Wmm Time Tao hoars five mituitcs.
n.r catch rs.
rvrber listless game yesterdav.
ttr Huberts is reported as improve
-J M eme scratch hitting yes-
ikiag three-bagger helped
-t2ble plays yesterday were
3cs.zaeTB has been appointed
akl tie Ttrre Haute learn in place
g of :be leacuc directors will
Ckisaso tomorrow for the Dur
tmmZ-Mlz2 ir.e Hsansville vacancy.
JfcJ dage could get hij players to
good work that he himself
itnald he all right as manager of
TMielel is a stone wall, composed
tafctfiing, conscientious players,
Mi's c set by them might
aiateJ bT some other membi rs
THE TIME FIXED.
TBfc ggMDiy Methods of Manager tjige
"! ' i the signing of players has
lams lie Aurora fielder, whose
JeairtB secured, and who was
HBjgaM vt lit tinje when be wss needed,
. JtmR..i. that has been shaky for
BMH0MCka, liisbanded yesterday owing
mpgpn tir0. Catcher Briggs, Out
3eiarty. Short Stop O'Rourke
jrfiBi: Tom Ramsey have all been
Smmt: Bsgti Nichol of the Rockfords
i.ao3 Lis business. There art
riaiJ? as least in which he can give
mmfm p .inis, ana one is that a
rskc aid be treated as a centleuian
ij -.caD ne .'jenaves nimseir as a
What S::-:cr Proof
l2cl ihe merit of Hood's SirsaDa-
ifct hundreds of letters con-
ion:zig in ttiling of marvelous
X fcas effected after all other
rftMfaitodT Truly. Hood's Sar-
poisesses peculiar curative
uwa to other medicines.
lils cure Constipation by
?ic peristaltic action of the
Banal. Thev are the best
In m Wanted.
tve teams wanted at once
.Vhd Tuel company.
Bk brick at T H. Ellis'.
Uime tomorrc w.
Band concert tt the Tower tomorrow.
Eojoy a pitas int ride to the Tower to
F. G. Young has gone to New York oa
Cars to the Twer every 10 minutes to
A sre it boom on straw hats at Lloyd &
Bargains in f irniture at O. O. Huck
Deover, PueMo, Colorado Springs $22
Crs every lu minutes and a band con
cert at the Tower tomorrow.
Championship game tomorrow Rock
Island-Moiine "i. Rockford.
Game tomonow at 3 p. m. Rock Isl
and -Moline vs. Rockford.
Miss L zzie ('arse left yesterday on a
visit to friends at Ottawa, 111.
New York f!7 at McUugh's ticket
ifloe for the next three days.
The finest line of summer underwear
ia the city at Lloyd & Stewart's.
For sale--A horse. Inquire of John
Nei'ka, No. 719 Eighth avenue.
Col. Ueury Jurtis leayes for St. Paul
tonig'i on a s ion visit to his sons.
Miss Alice Frey, of Oil City. Pa , is In
the city visiting Mrs. Edward Kahn.
An elegant l.ne of lap dusters at prices
ranging from 20c up at Lloyd fc Stewart's
M Kei.-, of -Syracuse, N. Y , is in the
city visiting Messrs. Freyhan and Kahn
Mr.- U. C. Ashbaugh and daughter, of
Eau Claire, Wis., are visiting relatives
sirs u. w JMegus ten today for a
visit with friends in the World's Fair
Tomorrow's game between Rock Isl
and-Moline acd Rockford promises to be
a good one. liverybody should attend.
Wanted R:!iable man. Permnnent
position. $9i0 first year. Stamp and
references, ".vlorris" care Abocs.
The funeral of the late William Custer
was held from Trinity church at 10 o'clock
this mornicg Mr. Kaltenback officiating.
William Jackson today received a
cablegram fr. m Hon. E W. Hurst, at
Havre, stating that he would sail today
on the Charcpiigne for home.
"A Young Man's Refuge" will be the
topic at the Young Men's meeting at the
Y. M. C. A. st 3:30 tomorrow afternoor,
Rev. H. C. Marshall will be the speaker.
Rev. R F. Sweet left for Clam Lake.
Mich., yesten ay on a three weeks' recre
aiiontr.p. George Kaltenback will con
duct tUc sery;:e3 at Trinity church in his
The Rock Island Industrial Home as
sociation has elected T. A. Pender, presi
dent, R. C I.liyd, vice president, J. W.
Cayanaugh secretary and Joseph Grote
The remaii s of Benjamin Poy, of Ana
wan, were bnught into the city over the
C .R. I. & I', this morning and were
taken in cha ge by Undertaker Wheelan
and were inttrrcd in the Catholic ceme
tery this afternoon.
The horse shoers met last Thursday
night and organized a union. There were
two absent. They can find out full par
ticulars by calling on Gibson. Smith
House and S! urray. Meeting held first of
It was not Aid. Huesing to whom Aid.
Biadel gave lis cue to lay over the street
rail.vay ordit.ance, under the two-member
rule Thursday night. It was Aid. Ken
nedy who reseived the sign, and as if by
preconcerted plan made the move.
An ill-founded rumor was current yes
terelay even: ig that a will of the late
Bailey Davenport had been found by the
men at work tearing down the old home
stead. A cc py of the Nat;oaal Intelli
gencer, an c iia newspaper published at
Washington Aug. 19, 1847, being found
was what s arted the rumor. The old
paper is qui e a curiositv.
A district W. C. T. U. convention will
be held next Tuesday and Wednesday in
lite trust M t. chuich, Davenport. A
Demore6t medal contest will occupy the
first evenint;, and an address by Mrs. M
C. Leavitt, the "Round the World Mis
sionary, t le second. All temperance
organizatioi a of Rock Island have re
ceived a coidial invitation to be present
U. (j. Baa contracting agent of the
Barnum anc Bailey show was in the city
yesterday completing arrangements for the
appearance f the mammouth aggregation
here on 8ati.rday. Aug. 20th. It is un
derstood the iho s are to exhibit out on
the old ball grounds on the Tower line.
jar. nan na 'ing declined the overtures of
the Column an people to show on their
grounds which are Bure'.y more accessible
aitnougn th ; other place may have been
secured for a more moderate sum.
The Democratic Congressional Conven
tlon Called at Monmouth, Sept. 1.
Monmouth, July 9. The democratic
congressional committee of the Eleventh
district met here to lav. Chairman J W.
Potter presiding. The congressional
convention was called at Monmouth,
Charles L. De Wagle, the Belgian at
torney whom it is claimed duped a num
ber of h's countrymet-l .t Mol ne some time
ago, has, through the efforts of Chief of
Police Miller, been arrested at his former
home at Grejling, Micb. OlHeer Long
left this morning for Springfield where
requisition papers will be obtained, after
which he will go to Michigan and bring
back his prisoner.
Julius Disbrow n ade an ou'rageou; vi
olation of the paik regulations on Spencer
Square last night and Park Policeman
Ueverling nabbed him and turned him
over to the police. This morning Magis
trate Wivill imposed a fine of $10 and
costs, which was paid.
The police alarm system having been
thoroughly overhauled, is now in good
working shape again.
Azrael the Angel of Death,
Hovers nearer uj. comelime!', than wo are awtCC.
It is fafer far When we are unwell to rasped hii
DrODmantty than to izoore the no'Mbiiity of lu
Maxnesa, Caution i- a trait in w h ch the majority
r mankind are cou-tlr-itionally iiek.:;::. In
pMMaeat to di-rcirard a 'Slight cold" U ar
tieularly st r: kinir. This minor ailseac is: now
ever, a preoeceseor of la grippe, a mala ly which
when develop d of the most fa al character, a
mortuary atatistios attest. After a caill, oc wbez
the prtmotiitory -ymt'toui- of iniluenza SUC4 at a
sneezing ami shiveiiug. succeeded hy feverish
nrss ami dryness of the sim-are perceptible,
immediate recourse shoaid bv hao to H'-optrttvr
sioin.icu l 1 1 i is, i :al a H.ert.T . i : r .., . e
circulation, which Aiffnaesaa agreeable, health
till warmth throngs thi system inductive of pen
miration, by means of whk-h the cmolaiLt in x
pelled through the pores and it furthnr.teddencj
eo.intemciea. wonu-.iruiiy emcar.ous to i in
Bitters for malaria, constipation, liver complaint
Coughing leads to consumption
Kemps li ..-am will stop the cough at
in Millions mf Homes 40 Yours the Standard.
atnre should be
assisk-d to throw
o fl" impurities oft lie
docs 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 fail,
and I was greatly reduced in flesh, and life
lost all its charms. I tried mercurial and
potash remedies, but to no effect. I could
get no relief. I then decided to try
A few bottles of this wonderful
medicine made a complete and permanent
cure, and I now enjoy better health than ever.
J. A. RlCE, Ottawa, Kan.
Onr book on Blood and Skin Di.iea.-es
Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga
To call your attention to a few fact? :
Your eyesicht is priceless the eyes need stood
care ; improper spectacles are Iriorioas. yoa
should tot trust your eyesight to Irresponsible
peddlers of cheap spectacles.
H D. FOLSOM
I a Practical Optician, and w:l! :akc painn to
properly fit your eyea for ew ry deft ct of vision
and will pnarantoc a perfect fit in every case.
pltMrrtrarji-rr':! at 1 I i--Ne. - a 'aa.
tfcMh at- tm nrrHd V.tfe t mm W
If the lines in this diamond figure do not
appear equally black in all the different
meridians, it indicates a defect of sight
that causes nervous head-ache and should
be corrected at once. 1'. yes tested free.
H. 0. FOLSOM,
Jeweler and Optician.
W 141 Dl
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2 p O O C
7 5 -o
kH rr l
- CTQ M X
1615 anl 1617 Second Avenue
New styles ot
We want to make it one of
Pleasure as well as business.
Wednesday, July 6th
18 THE DATE
July Ctb, don't forget,
ednesday, July G'.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
Wear from such manufa'
as Wallack, Muhlhansen
dore Gey. Geva, Tab
Paris and others as well k
you make selecti ns
goods as may please you
Will be sold.
Too early, do you say 2
not if you ejre f orreal i
This will be
An opportunity 10 select
Larger Assortments thai
01 me larger retail hous
anord to carry.
Please oaix wheth-r you
tend to purchase or not
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
D. ROY BOWLBY'S,
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the fliu st brands of dorrt?t;c
and imported rkars All brands of tobacco.
Thr score of all the ball games will be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
18C8 Second Ave:
1525 and 1527
124, 126 and 128
rUUJvKT KrUvES and SOTSSORS tv tK. :
for quality. If you want a good knife try one. P
Set l?K?Kde K tofut! Xf
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Every woman that k
finish Fire Sets and Irons. ' "fUUSutir0D
Acorn Stoves and Ranges
are the leaders made in Illinois for
SSSL?8?"6,!'! ?od .'"""K8 to boy at OtoUtr
r-'";' auuBee now mucn l Have to show yon
that is useful and novel in housekeeping goods.
Cor. Third Ave, and Twentieth Street, Rock Island.
IN A FEW WEEKS
We are going East to contract for the manufacturing of our
Fall and Winter BOYS' and MEN'S
We have too many spring goods-must unload. Reduced prices
will help us out. Come and help yourselves to seme of the many
We have to offer throughout our entire establishment.
M. &. K.
Best Equipped Clothing
and Shoe House in Rock Island Co.