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ROUTED JIT ROCK FORD.
The Twin City Team Loses Auother
Game to the Hustlers
Sn;-riif'D nu ink.- the Rerord
Six E.oHt Oat ol n !--- it.:.- Fight
--Siolen f the 'antear.
L . Haveii Won
Eockforda 2i 18
Ron Ilai.l-Moiine...-.;i i
Jolleu j it
J acknv ::..- -jj -
The sunning of th; clubs today is s
Yesterday it was tbe s .me old story
with our tobogganing ball team, 16 to 5 in
favor of the Ro: kfords. The defeat yes
terday was partly due, however, to Rock-
ford's heavy hitting. The local papers
there now state tb.it with tbepres.nl
batting streak of their team, it is a world
beater. Five home runs were made off
Collins yesterday with a total of 19 safe
hits. The homers are partly on account
of the fence at thl ground, more home
runs having been made there by far than
on any othtr erounds in the league. The
new twirler struck out 10 men and gave
but threr bases on balls, while Nichol
struck out but seven and gave eight nil n
first on bails, bi.t nevertheless when :htv
hit Collins, they hit him hard, and the re
sults of the game may be seen by the
. I t I U I t 1 I
Rnckf.irdo a l i :i 4 0 0 3 i-lii
Rock Iclauu-lfoHiie.. 0UO2O3OO 05
Batf riei Sim! mil Snyder. Co'lio andSa
Baae hit Rjctford. 19: Rock Uhmd-Mollne,
Krrorr? -Roekford. 3; Rock Wand-KolbM. :',
Home run.- - Miller. (4). Purvis, ,4). Two-bite
bitn -Trnby. CorLett. Snyder Three-bai-e h:r--Troby.
Earned rr.n Rockfonl. 7. Struck out
Hy Nicoi. T; by Colltov, 10. Time of game 9:15
Umpire c: 1
Bartson will probably pitch today's
game at Rockford.
In't it pretty near time for us to ww
another game at least.
Our boys ought to bring down a few
home runs from Rockford. They're diit
cheap up there.
The management is figuring on signing
Pears pitcher in case Cunningham can
not be secured
Joliet comes here for four games begin
ning Sunday and then Jacksonville comes
for four games
Donnelly, Juliet's pitcher started in to
umpire a game at Jacksonville Wedces
day and his decisions were so dead acnic-t
his own team that Manager Murray kick
ed until Donneilv retired, and Connor of
Jacksonville was substituted. Murray s
bluff didn't go with Donnelly, if he was
At tbe meeting of the directors of the
association in Moline yesterday, tbe ac
tion ot President Hodges in ordering
Manager 3age to release Dale, Hoffman and
Cushman. was sustained, and it was also
decided to make another e ff rt to secure
Cunningham. This is a m ve in the right
direction and will no doubt men with the
approval of the base bali public, as the
other members of the team will have
more contidecce in themselves and tbe
public generally will take more interest
in the club when it is given assurances
that everything will be done to make it a
DOCTORS MEET AND DINK.
Interentlns Mfeils or ih- lona and
IlllDOiH Central MsiCrfM M.rtioal
Worieiy at Davrnpor! Ye-terduy
The Iowa end Illinois Central District
Medical society held its annual meeting
at Schuetzen park, Davenport, yesterday
afternoon . Members to t le number of
20, with a h:f drz'-n guests and pros
pective merjubi rs. took their diDner at the
park, and a'ter that the business session
was held. The election of officers re
President Dr. W. L Allen, of Daven
Vice President Dr. G. E Barth, of
Secretary Dr. G. L. Eyster. of Rock
Treasurer Dr A W. Cantwell of Dav
enport. An iLteresting paper was read by Dr
Truesdale, of Rock Island, upon the Bub
ject of "Medical Education and Medea)
Liws." and the ideas he advanced were
made the subject of quite a long and
thorough discussion. This was partic
ioated in by Drs. Crawford, DeArmo d
Davids in. Gregg, Morgan, Johnston and
Sir candidates for membership were
elected, acd if the society continues to
grow at that rate its days of usefulness
are certainly not passed It will hold i's
next meeting on the last Thursday in
September at Black Hawk Inn. when the
members will again ga:her for din- er, and
are invited to brmg their ladiea with
Nice spring chickens at Soudcr & Sons.
Nice red and b ack raspberries at W. A
Large spring chickens at M. ArnoldV,
A ni e assortn ;nt of California fruit
at M. Arnold's.
Madison Bow! ;s, of Bowlesburg. was
in the city todaj.
All kinds of f -esh vegetables at M .
Arnold's, May grocery.
A frtt h line o vegetables every morn
ng at W. A. Eh eh's.
Fresh red and black raspberries,
penches and apricots at Souder & Sons.
Nice was beans, toma ocs, cauliflower,
and all kinds of fresh vegetables at W. A.
Hermann Vogel will have a free lunch
at his saloon, corner of Seventh avenue
and Fourth strei t, every Saturday night.
Nice cueumoirs, ripe tomatoes, cauli
flower, wax beans, new beets, and all
kinds of horn, grown vegetables at
S mder & Sons.
Down at Monmouth according to the
the stor es of traveling men, they have
made adepar.u:ein locating sidewalks in
tbe middle of the street.
While the geteral appearance of Spen
cer Square cont nues to be maintained in
a manner credit ible to the city, the de
signs contributed by the different orders
are not yet what, they were expected to
:e, owing to neglect somewhere in the
care of them. Commissioner Jackson
should in view : h.' expetsi involved in
providing these floral features look to it
t at they are ptoperly cared for.
At last night 3 meeting of the West
End Improvem nt association resolutions
were adopted indorsing the Rock Island
Cit zans' Imprt. vement association reso
lutions relative to proper riyer front pro
tection and also asking the mayor and
city council to clean out the ditches and
open the sewers to carry off thejjwater
left in the slou ;h.
Officer Scharb lost his temper while
dealing with a stubborn drunken man
whom Chief Mdler had arrested near the
court house yesterday afternoon and was
c cducting to the station. While the
prisoner had n.ade the chief considerable
trouble and he had called upon Officer
Schaab to assist him, the latter probably
overstepped tie proper bounds in the use
of the authority vested in him as a police
man. A special excursion train over the C,
M. & St. P. will leave Davenport at 480
p. ra on next Saturday, July 16, for the
district turnf -st of Dubuque, and wili
arrive on the return trip Monday morn
ing at 5 o'clocs. A fare of $2.50 for the
round trip has been arranged and tickets
cin be secur d at Woltmann's jewelry
s ore, Turner nail, or of John Ohlweiler
Ail who intend going should purchase
ti kets as earl? as possible, so that suffi
cient cars can be arranged for.
Officer Long, returned this morning
from Grayling, Mich , whither he had
gone to bring back Charles L. De Waele
the Belgian attorney late of Moline
who it is cla med duije 1 a number of
his coumrymt n there. The officer found
De Waele, wl o is a man nearly 65 years
of age, cm waat is thought will be his
deathbed as t ie physicians say he cannot
recover. He has given promises to have
the matters -traightened up and it is
probably tna: a settlement will be made
"The E!t( trie Four" comprising tbe
well Known 1 rtists Mrs. and Mrs Kibbey
and Mr. and Mrs. Paul, will produce
"Lucky IUnib," a tale of the Yosemite,
at Harper's Theatre, on Monday evenlni;.
Jul) 18 h. The company have been play
iig with decided success in the eaaterc
t.mes. and judging from the Battering
notices luey iuve received in the differ
ant cities in which thev visited, they
must certai ly be a clever company.
Tbe engage nent is for one week, ami
eve y evening a new production can be
en for the nominal price of 10, 0 and
3 1 cents
Every testimonial revardiaft Hood's
Sargnparilla if at, honest, unpurchased
statement of what this medicine has act
in The Aug
duced to go
could not t
and he aim'
sight. It i
of the entir
port was fo
the foot of
He was a (
found on tl
t John the 10-year-old son
Walsh and ife mention of
.ing at Davenport was made
:a last evening, has not yet
The iittie fellow was in
into the water by some com
o were older on the promise
would teach him to swim,
him to a point where he
ouch bo-torn and let him go
Bt immediately sank out of
i a hard blow for the grief
enta who have the sympathy
e community in their 1 fflic-
of John Rorabach of Daven
and in the Mississippi river at
Warren street last evening,
erman 50 years of age, and
missing from home several
s suppos d to have committed
no marks of violence were
Open Air Enjoyments.
J. W. Welch and wife entertained a
large number of friends with a sociable
given on tbe spacio is lawn at their resi
dence last evening A fine musical pro
gramme was carried out, refreshments
were Berved aud the affair proved a very
enjoyable one in every respect.
A large number of the young friends of
Miss Moreen Ras cussen were delightfully
eiteruinei by that little ladv on the lawn
at her parents' pleasant home on Third
avenue last evening. Dainty refresh
meats were servid and the little folks
spent a most pl-.asant evening.
The Glenmcnt, West Rambo, Sun
Atlee, Bart E. Lineban, Pilot and Verne
Swain came down and the Inverness,
Weet Rambo, Pilot and Verne Swain
The stage of water at Rock Island
bridge at noon today was 11.40, and the
Mr.J.C. Jout's, of Fulton, Ark.. favr.of
jagarjH "Aoout tut years ago I coc
tracted a severe case of blood
poison. Leading physicians prescril.efl
medicine after medicine, which I took
without any relief. I also tried nrcts
rial and potash remedios, with v.. tu
COSSful results, but; whi, ' hvonoh
attack of mercuri-1 r cujuatffEa thr.t.
made my life ono of agcuv. After 1 if
cring four years I gave up all P medics
and commenced using S. S. S. After
taking several bottles. I w.is entirely
cured and able to resume work.
is the groati s ;..
U-i-wfrliS blood p . aing to-day on
Treatise on Blood an.l Sl;in nisraop mailed
tree. Sviut Bracmo Co., Ailanu, ia.
To call yonr attention to a few facts:
Yonr eyesieht is price!tf the eyes need good
care: improper spectacles arc Iiiarion yon
should rot trust your eyesight to irresponsible
peddlers of cheap spectacles.
H D. FOLSOM
If a Practical Op'ician. ai.d will take pains t.i
properly lit your eyei for eery defect of vi-ion
and will guarantee a perfect n; in every case,
r dtb - -1 rtrniwr, rvi t 1 v ' ,n-t 1, ft arct or mt
If the lines in this diamond crere 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 onus. Eyes bested fre
H. D. FOLSOM,
Jeweler and Outician.
Jiotick to Contractors.
Sealei proposals will be r rcived at the City
Clerks office. Rock Island. 111., until Monday. 5
o'clock p- ra. August 1st. Isi, for consirnctina
the improve ment ordered by an ordin ,nce of s iid
city passed March Tth. 1W. and amendments
thereto and is entrled "An ordinance for ihe im
provement of East and Wis' Seventeenih streets
from First to Scroti 1 arennes. aad of sixteenth
street trom "Irst to Thtrd avenues, and of Fi'
teenthar.d Fourteenth streets from second 10
Third avenues," and for furr.lsbini: :he maieriils
and doing th wori sccordina to the plan sand
specifications therefo- on fl.e at the city ciera's
office. Blanks bi s will be tarnished cn applica
tion. Ail bids muet be accoaipanied with a certified
check lu the sum of Five hnnJred dollars, paya
bleto tlie order of the trea urerof said city, Miicn
shall Iwcnme forfeited to said city in case the bid
Jer shall fail to enter into contract with approved
fcuri-ics U execute the vv..rk for tkt priee men
tioned in hi- bid, and a-carding t the plin- and
speclflcatinns lu the event that the contract
should be awarded to him.
The tight to rej-ct any r rail bids or pmpo-als
received Is hereby expressly re-erved by ssIg ciiy.
ItOHEIt HOSHX.KK, City Cll rk.
Rock Nland, III. July ii.h, 18KS.
30 -1 pni
U 2j2 m roTrl
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12 9iV 3 Ifriini
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Good Values in
I61fi and 1617 Second Avenue
New styles ot
Friees vary according
to style of bandies and
Are being made i
KoDes tnat were now
xvoues mat were
now $6. one-third oil',
price of any robe.
Two or three months of
warm weather to
Can't we sell you som
of these goodfcf
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
C. ROY BOOTS,
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
CLEMANN & SALZMAN
1525 and 1527
124, 126 and 128
for quality. If you want a ,ood ZZl W"pim,
One need not be told what a nice present an elecant Carvini
t like those I have to show will b. Al a -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
lway on han'l the flnot ktaoda Of dorrci'tic
ortcMi ciKars Ad brand of tot.rrn
Tbe fcore of all the ball unmt
L. OLOCKHOFP, Prop.,
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
.teLr.ib,".k!" " "ants one. Wrong!.. Ira
iiD vjecs anu lions.
Acorn Stoves and Ranges
'iZrlnt tTfd iR .? Hn0i8 t-r Ur 8oft oal-and every on,
t,'iaraut-ea. lliese are all sood thino-fl tn m.j.t . -
L is u l to show you
41i uuuett.t;Bping gOOOd.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
.wocewwu ve nor TbirrJ i.. J rp .
. Aweuuetn street, Kock T?and.
of any Straw Hat in the store, including $1.50, $1 and 75c o-rades, i
ised in MiUions of Homes 40 Years the Standard
of a lot of Men's Tennis Flannel Shirts at 15c, 25c and 50c,
YQ"J J CHOICE including some that -re worth trebble.
of a lot of Men's Suits, 1, 2, and 3 of kind at $9.90, worth $12 to $15
of a lot of bargains in Boys' and Children's suits,
at prices that will make you happy.
V A. VC Best Equipped Clothing
" X and Shoe House in Rock Island Co