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NAILED1T m THE NINTH.
The Convicts Take the Second Game
of the Series.
Collins Pitrhra a 4 Kime for the
Loral. Hat Timely Hutlng ana
a w Contly Krrora Ulvrs
tae Vletry hc Vl
' ' lira if s.
The'Jotiets carried off the' game yes
terday after Ike locals bad it almost with
in their grasp. The visitors piled up four
runs in the first inning and another in the
third, making a total of fire. The Twin
City boys scored one in the first and three
in the fifth making the score 5 to 4 in
the visitors' favor. It stood that way
until the ninth inning when Nu'.ton got
Lis base on balls, and Paddy Dale put a
corker over the right fled fence for a
home run. changing the score 6 to 5 in
favor of the locals. They were unab'.e
to score again, and when the Convicts
came in for their last turn at the bat,
Mahoney raised fans from their seats by
a rousing two-bagger to right, and he
scored a moment later on Willis' single
to center, the runner golcg to second on
Hemp's throw to the plate stealing third
and scorinz on a sacrifice b7 Carroll,
which cinched the game. Below is the
- . Joliei
K ' It
C Carroll. S...1
0 WeiUL Sb. .
0 Sharp, c . 0
0 Cither. s..l
0 Miirrav.cf . .0
1 Willi. lf...l
0 Donnelly, pO
8 11 P A
Hemp. If. .
Dale, ct ...
3 3 0
1 1 10
0 0 0
Save, c O
Lytic a, . .0
Totals... 6 10 5 1 a Total .7 9 27 12
Rock Tslard-MoJ nc . 1
0001000 4 6
o i o o o o o a
Hits Rock Islitnd-Moline 10. Joliet 9,
Earned ran Jolieis 2. Kock llaiiQ-Moline 3.
Two-baae hit sharn Three-base hit eihl.
Home ran Dale. Errors Rek l.!and-Moline
8. Joliew 4. struck oat By Donnelly 1, b Col
lins S. Bases on balls OS Donnelly 7. off Col
Jin 5. P-.i,-d hull Snaro. Batreries Dounei:y-
Sharp. Collins age. Umpire McGinley. Time
or game - hours.
Tomorrow will be ladies' day.
"Ducky" Hemp he's all right.
Everybody got their money's worth.
Fisher's running catch and assist in a
double play was briLiant.
Jacksonville, with its Big Tom Ham
say, will be here tomorrow.
Cunningham has arrived in Moline and
will probably pitch tomorrow's game.
Van Alstyne. Purvis and Thorpe haye
been blacklisted for deserting the Rock
That was a beautiful one handed stop
of Collins'. He fields his position ad
Manager Murray won yesterday's game
for his club by his generalship in the
Collias did good work in the box yes
terday, and makes an excellent running
mate for Bartson.
. .. The whole Joliet aggregation played
"for "Hemp yesterday in order to cool
down his base running, but it didn't
Nice berries at Browner's. -Base
ball every day this week.
Nice large spring chickens at Souder fc
There will be no concert at the Tower
Bananas and all kinds of fruit at
Fresh lake and river fish Friday at
Souder & Son.
All kinds of fresh vegetables at
A nice l.ne of California fruit and
berries of Souder & Son.
Driffill & G eim have the finest display
of picnic pickles in the city.
The fines: roasts and cut in the city at
Browner's Columbian market.
The concert in Spencer Square last
evening was as usual a success.
Attend the game tomorrow, Jackson
ville vs. Rock Is'and-Moiine.
Jacksonville vs. Rock Island-Moline
tomorrow. See Cunningham the new
Cheap rates to Ktnsas City, St. Joseph
Atchison and Leavenworth this week at
During the hot summer months Cle
roacn & Sa'.zmann will close their store at
7:30, except Saturdiys.
Low rates to Denver and Colorado
pjiicns an 1 Pueblo this week at Mc
Hun'sR. R. ticket offl:e.
Bee Drifflll & Gleim's display of picnic
pickles ia their windows. It is the fin
est ever shown in the city.
If you are going to a picnic don't forget
to call at Driffill & Gleim's and get a
bottle of thow fancy pickles.
Z 'William Hawtntrne was before Justice
Used in Millions cf Homca-o Years the Standard
Hawea this morning on a charge of as
sault and bitteiy preferred by Eva Jones
aid on a plea of guilty, was fined $5 and
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Black Hawk Building and Loan
association was held last evening and re
suited in the reelection of Jonas Bear,
H. D. Mack, Howard Wells and Gustaf
Swensson . The election of officers will
occur next week.
Postmaster Howard Welis and son
have returned from theii fishing trip to
Wisconsin. Wells reports big luck. He
sent the president a sample, as evidence
that while be was away from his post be
was thinking of him.
The Kibbey-Paui reportoire company
presented "The Factory Girl" to a well
pleased audience at Harper's theatre last
evening, and gave an exceedingly clever
perfoormance, which concluded witht he
roaring farce, "The Coming Man." To
night the great temperance drama, "Ten
Nights in a Bar Room" will be presented
Considerable anxiety was felt through
out the city this morning Dy
the anrearance of heavy black
clouds in the northwest that threat
ened dire distruction, but beyond a heavy
gale that blew down a few trees and
loosened sign boards, broke windows,
etc.. no damage was done. It was fol
lowed by a cool refreshing rain.
The Moline council granted the Brush
Electric company of this city a valuable
franchise at its meeting Monday even
iag. It has secured right of way
through the streets of the city for the
erection of poles and running of wires,
and expects to have incandescent electiie
lights in operation within four months
It has 20 days in which to accept the or
dinance, and four months in which to
have the same completed and in opera
A. P. Fisk of Moline has lost his fine
3 -year-old trotting stallion Delmark.
The colt died at noon yesterday. It was
probably the b;st bred piece of horse
flesh Moline has ever had, and Mr. Fisk's
ill luck is much regretted. Mr. Fiek had
refused 61,000 for the colt when it was
but six months old. He valued it at
more than 2,100 before its death, which
is thought to have been caused by in flu
John Kroeger died at 2:30 p. m. yes
terday at the residence of Mrs. L
De Santo, 523 Twenty third street, of
cancer of the stomach, from which he
had suffered some time, aged 71 years
He was a resident of the city for many
years, and was in business here until
about 12 years ago when he accepted a
position in the Treasury department at
Washington, D. C. His health failing.
he together with hs family, returned to
the city about four months ago, and has
boarded at the place of his death. He
leaves, besides a widow, four children
John of St. Louis, George of Colorado,
Mrs.L. Kifcsom who also resides out
west, and Emma who lives at home
The funeral occurred from Mrs. De San-
to's residence at 4 o'clock yesterday after
The Rock Island Turners were given a
reception on their return from Dubuque
at Turner ball last evening. The success
of the Rock Island society at the turi.fest
was gratifying, to say the least. The la
dies' class took first prize, the singing
class second, and the active turners sixth
out of 13 competing societies. Bleuer's
band of 17 pieces that accompanied tie
society received many compliments on its
handsome appearance. It returned on
Monday, and last night met the others
on their return at the Milwaukee depot
in Davenport and escorted them to Turn
er ball this city where a sumptuous
spread was in waiting. Remarks appro
priate to the occasion were made by John
Ohlweiler Jand Chris Kuehl of MolrDe.and
after partaking of the viands a few hours
were spent in dancing and celebrating
the success cf the society.
Davenport Mile Track Races
and the Mississippi River Carniyal,
August 2, 3, 4 and 5, 1S92. For this
occasion and the great $10,000 race be
tween Allerlon and Delmarch, the Chi
caco, Burlington & Qiincy Railroad
cc.mpany will sell tickets from all points
on its line within InO miles of Davenport
at the rate of one tare for the round trip.
Tickets en sale August 2 to 5 inclusive.
cood to return up to and jncluding Aug
6. II. D. Mack. D. P. A ,
P. S. Eustis. G. P. A , Rock Island.
A errand monnlioht fxiirBinn will H
given on the fine steamer Josephine and
, r T: .
oare, jnimie jl,, on inursaay evening
July 21. Good music and dancing free
Good order will be nrpiurv4 and
nleajaant time ia AantirAri Th, hnat will
leave Davenport at 8 p. m. and Rock
Island at 8:30 p. m., returning at mid
night. Tickets 25 cents each. George
Lamont, agent, Rock Island. James
yea hi 1 1
THE VERY LATEST.
Spreading the Cholera.
Losdon. July 20. Eighty thousand of
the 100,000 inhabitants of BaKu . leu
town this morning carrying the infe:tiocs
of cholera throughout the empire.
McLuckle Bailed Oat.
PrrrsBCGH. July 20 Bargees Mo
Luckie was bailed out in 10.000 bonds.
The decision does not apply to the strik
ers who did not surrender when the war
rants were issued.
Homestead, July 20. Gen. Snow-
den says the troops will not leave until a
full settlement is reached. This has
caused a profound sensation and bitter
Left a Little Fortune.
Middlktows, X. Y., July 20. Thomas
Webb, an Knglish stonemason, was sup
posed to be a poor man. He died July .
An examination of his effects has just
been made which resulted in bringing to
light $3,300 in cash and checks found in
his trunk. He had thrown into the trunk
a number of sealed envelopes containing
money received from his employers which
he hall not opened.
ERADICATES BLOOD POI
SON AND BLOOD TAINT.
Ceveral bottles of Swift's Srecific (S.S. S.)
0 entirely cleansed my system of contagious
blood poison of the very worst tvpe.
Ym. S. Loomis, Shreveport, La.
CURES SCROFULA EVEN
IN ITS WORST FORMS.
I HAD SCROFULA in and cVnnsed my
system entirely from it by taking seven
bottles of S. S. S. 1 have not had any symp
toms since. C. V. Wilcox.
Spartanburg, S. C.
HASCURED HUNDREDS OF
CASES OF SKIN CANCER.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Disease; mailed
free. Swift Specific Co, Atlanta. Ga.
1 n fall vonr attention to a few fart
Yonr eveicht is priceless the eye need ?ood
care: improper spectacles are ii jorions. "yoa
should rot trust yonr eyesight to irresponsible
H D. FOL.SOM
Is a Practical Optician, ar.d will taVe pains to
properly fit yonr eyes for e ery defect of vision
ana wiu guarantee a peneci ui in every case.
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. Eyes tested free
Jeweler and Optician.
otick to Contractors.
Sealed proposals will be received at the City
Iters s omce, rxocs lsiana, lit., units jnonaay.
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f l.iin.1. r iu. . - 1 . . .... ........ i. u..b...
the improvement ordered by an ordinance of said
city passed uarcn in. ana amendments
thereto and is enti'led "An ordinance for the im
provement of East and West Seventeenth streets
rrom r irsi to secona avenues, aou 01 sixieemn
treet trom Ktrst to Third avenues, and of Fif
teenth and Fourteenth streets from Second to
Third avenues,"' and for tarnishing the materials
and doine the worn according to the plan sand
sDeciflcatious therefor on file at the c tv clerk's
omce. Blanks bi . s will be furnished on applica
tion. Ail bids must be accompanied w!th a certified
cheCK in the sum or t ive hnndred dollars, paya
bleto the order of the trea-nrerof said city, hicb
shall become forfeited to said city in case the bid
der shall fail to enter into contract w.-tn approved
securities to execute the wjtk for the price men
tioned in his bid. and a-cording: tt the plin and
specifications in the event that the contract
should be awarded to him.
The riirht to reject any or all bids or projHials
received Is hereby expressly reserved ty sai& city.
KoBEirr fcorin.EK, C ity Clerk.
Rock Inland. 1,1. July Iviib, 1SW.
Mmk AMid & , , 1 1 ill , i) ob jm. ma i t .w at
of any Straw Hat in the store, including $1.50, $1 and 75c grades, at
of a lot of Mens Tennis Flannel Shirts at 15c, 25c and 50c,
r.- TnrTr-. including some that are 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.
Ml A. M ?est EquiPPed Clothing
U V U n . ;Vi-s U .o and Shoe House in Rock Island Co.
eg t 2 w Irlrnl
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U m S & - 5 in rf
lio oi9- sRnl
fl n,0 mmm pM
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1615 and 1617 Second Avenue
New styles ot
D. ROY BOEBY'S,
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brands of domestic
atid imported cigars. AH brands of tobicco.
The score of a!l the, ball games will be received
L. GLOCKHOFP, Prop.,
1 S( S Second ve
Good Values in
Prices vary according
to style of bandies and
1525 and 1527
POCKET KNIVES and SCISSORS took the highest premium
for quality. If you want a good knife try one.
One need not be told what a ni nraoant t. i r.,-
Set like those I have to show will
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Every woman that keens h
finish Fire Sets and Irons.
are the leaders mads in Illinois
guaranteed. These are all good
any other time. Come in and see
that is useful and novel in housekeeping goods.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rock Tsland.
Are being made in
Embroidered Kobee, etc.
Robes that were $0, now $4
Robes thai were $9,
now J6. one-third off,
price of any robe.
Two or three months of
warm weather to
Can't we sell you some
of these goods.'
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
124, 126 and 123
be. Also those
for our soft coal and every one
things to buy at Christmas or
how much I hav tn shove vr.n