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EACH WON ONE.
Two Ioref5ams With Jackson-ville.
Iatarfay'a Oars and Yeatrrdar'M tbe
Other llw' The Tahalated
crr THr- iix fr'lsh.:
A fair fcited audience w3 at the Twin
City park yesterday afternoon to tee the
game between the Twin Cities at,d Jact-
soDTilies. It started out all t'ght, but
soon developed into a hazy game of try
ing to work Umpire Baker, who had been
substituted on account of the illness of
tbe regular sUfl umpire, McGinley.
Clark, the Jacksonville!.' tew twir'er,
pitched a good game, aa dil Cunningham
for tbe locals. Had il cot teen for the
disposition shown by the visaing team to
pick on everything, which they have
done on every Cher visi: to tbe city, the
people would have been well satisfied
but as it wis there was do little amoun
of dissatisfaction anion" the fans. The
following is the tabulated score:
Camp, 8 ..1
Kiefer, if 1
Scbaob, as 1
Total . . .
P A K! R H P A
0 i n 0 Hemp, If. .1 t l o0
i .1 jj I nuuun, 3 .u I 1 .1
1 14 S 0 Hartaoi. cf 0 2 0
0 10 O Moiuirk.l.o 1 9 I
1111 O-Day, S...0 0 0 1
0 2 0 0 Hoffman, ill 1 9 1
18 10 Sage, c.-.l 0 2 0
5 110 Lynch, s..l 2 4 2
1 0 3 0 CuQDiu'm pi S i S
77 14 1 Total... 15 9 24 11 S
Rock Islard Moline.O 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 0
Jacksonville 0 S 0 1 1 0 3 0
eauories Clark, friggs: iunmni:h&:n. Sage.
Earned rra Hock. Iston i-Molinc. 4: Jackson
ville, 8. Twom h.t Flynn, hctiaub Three
Dase nit Cnr.ninehara Lonble play Morian v
Camp; !cnauti. Monarity. Bases on balls By
Clark, X; by ennnmgnam. 2 struck out Hy
. iara, 3; oy (. anmnithara, l. 11:: by pitcher By
i;iara, ; ny lUBnitgtiam, l. raised balls Brig,
Saire. Umj ire Baker Time 1:50.
'. SATCRDAT S GAME.
Saturday's game at Twin City park was
won by the locals after an exciting con
tes the tcore standing 5 to 4. Birtson
and Gragg were the oppisin pinchers,
and both put up an excellent me. Th
following is the score:
So- t Ielan.i-Molint
I; II P A E
Hemp. If . . u a 2 0
Can'gb'iu p.l 0 2 0
M'Ouirk. 1119 0
O'Day. Sb..l 2 4 4
Holm e, .rfl 1 0 0
Zeis, c 18 1
Lyncb, s..0 0 14
Bartson, cf.l 1 0 2
J ackiO ft ville
0 Wrieht, Co l
0 camp, 3..1
1 Moii'ity, rf 2
0 Hicker, 1..0
1 Flynn. cf..O
0 Keifer. U..0
0 Brio's. C O
2 Schaub, es.l
0 Grag, p.. 0
P A E
Totals... 5 9 27 13 4 To a!s ,
Kock 1M uiJ-Xohne..4 0000 0 0 05
Jacksonville i 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 4
Batteries limzs. Brie;: Bnrtson. Zie.
Earned runs Kock IslanU-Moline, 4: Jackfon-
ville, a. Hit Kock Island-Mohne. 9: Jackson
ville, ( Dome run Moriarity. Bases on bails
Harts n. 4; Crnirg. 2 Strack o:;t By Hanson
6; Gravel. Passed Balls Brings Zii-s. Errors
KocK Island-Mohnes, 1; Jacksonville, 1. Um
pire McGialev. Time of game 1:50. Double
play Lyncb, D Day, McSuirk.
A: L, SORTS OF SPORT.
The Jacxsonvilles will play here the
rest of tbe week.
Ducky Hemp eats up everything iba
Sets out into his garden.
Bartsoa made a pretty catch in left
field yesterday after a hard run.
Our boys make a Beat appearance in
their new uniforms. Jacksonville should
Nulton haJ aa off diy yesterday, bit
ihepenpie hai the satisfaction of know
ins that ttey don't come often.
Clark, the Jacks' Toledo tvvirler, is a
first-class pitcher and a first-clas3 kicker.
Nothing suits him tut to ctll strikes.
Roberts put on a uniform yesterday
and practiced, but found h:mstlf too
weak to play. He is improvin slowly.
Guy Hecker sat on the bench yester
day and watched his Jacks, Moritrty
takinr; his place at first and Johnny Con
nors playing r zht Geld.
Tommy Ryan, wto may properly be
considered a R'jck Islander, and who is
champion welter weight of the world,
met nd practically vanquished Jack
Wilks, of St. Louis, at South Omaha,
Stturday night as told by the telrgraph.
There were 1? rounds, and the referee
decided it a draw, though it was plainly
CHERRY PIE FOR JIMMY JUNIOR.
The fight yesterday between Cherry,
the Davenport canine, and Jimmy Jun
ior, the Rock Island dog, c me off back
of Davenport, and was won by the Utter,
though he is in bad shape, and iu all
probability will not live. The little
steamer Ru'-y that had been chartered tor
ih c -as o l to take the narty up the river
cuula no, tret up over Duck creek thiin,
and brought them back , and the sports
then drove out hack of Davenport where
the fight occurred. Not much moeey
rhnrfiil bands, as it wa? necessary to
give th'j owner of the Davenport dog f 10
before be would let him fight.
LCien don't be deceived; tailors rule of
cutting is no, on preasboard, but Woodin's
inch ril s and curves. There is no fittin g
to tS; i-orne a ad fee bow easiiy it can be
done; no charges for showing you how to
curve ar d shape & dregs in he latest
etrle M-s E. Smith, No. 4 Kish school
Furnished rooms for rent 140? Sec
H. P. Stoddard, of Edgington, was ia
the city today.
J S. Gil more went to Chicago last
night on business.
The city council meets in regular
monthly session this evening.
George Allen, of Port Byron, was in
t e city a few hours today.
A. B. Doran, of Grundy Centre, la., is
in the city calling on friends.
Supervisor John Schaftr, Jr., of Port
Byron, was in the city today.
U. E. Casteelcame down from Fulton
t) spend Sunday with bis family.
Two more of those sewing machines
for $20 each at Bennett's glove store.
Mis: Kate Byrnes leaves for Chicago
tonight cn an extended visit to that city,
U ill Gull left this morning for Ashland
Wis., on an extended visit to friends
Miss Clara Benzing of Muscatine is
visiting at tbe residence of George Tubbs
in South Park.
Frack Mixter has joined bis family at
Geneva Lake, Wis , and will spsnd
short time there.
Oenry Berry, of St-Louis, Is in the city
on a visit to friends, and will remai
here until fall.
Miss Anna Bixby left this morning on
a two weeks' visit to friends and relatives
in the Cream City.
M. C. Rice, of the London clothing
store, left for the east last night on
Mij. L. M. Buford and sons L. M
and B. D., left Saturday evening for
hunting trip in eastern Illinois.
Harry Kichardson, wbo has been in
Chicigo for some time past, came home
last night on a visit to his folks.
Take the C, R. I. & P. train for the
Davenport races, leaving the R. I. & P.
depot at 1 p. m : the C, R. I. & P de
pit at 1:10.
A bright promising son has arrived at
the home of J. W. Cavanaugh and wife
oa Fifth avenue the only boy in town
Mrs. Henry Case, of South Rock Isl
ana, woo has been in a precarious con
dition since SjturU&v, is reported today
as not much improved.
H. A. J. McDonald and wife, accom
panied by their daughter, Mrs. T. C.
Wakefield, will leave in a day or two on
an extended visit to Denver.
James Alberry and N. F. Titus, to
sether with their families, are camping
on Credit asland. They were visited by
Aid. Johnson and family yesterday.
The only way to go to the Davenport
races is via the Kock Island special
tnin, leavi-jg the R.I. & P. depot at 1
p.m.; the C. R. I. & P. depot at 1:10
Rumors are prevalent of a prospective
double wedding in Rck Island high life
in the near future, the finale of which is
to be a European trip.
Lost At Biack Hawk Tower yester
day a gold watch, open face, stemwind
ing and stem setting. .binder will
bt rewarded by leaving at The Argcs
A breach of promise suit against
gentlemau married in this city a few
months ago, it is said, will be filed
shortly by a young lady whom he had
Messrs. W. T. Sugden and R. F
Suaum leave tonight for the east on a
visit to Niagara Falls, New York and
other places of interest, expecting to re
turn Oct. 1.
John Cleary and daughter Miss Annie,
of New Orleans, father and sister re
spectively, of Mrs. William McEniry. ar
rived in the city this morning on an ex
Judge Adams this morning appointed
the commissioners for the Seventh ward
system of sewerage by special assessment.
Tjey are: J. R. JohnBton, Charles H.
St)ddardand George F. Downes.
The family of tbe late Andrew F.
Shields desire to publicly express tbeir
most eincsre thanks to the many friends
who so kindly assisted during their late
bereavement, and particularly to the
members of St. Joseph's and St. John's
branches of the Western Catholic Union
and Brotherhood of Locomotive Engi
A scene on Second avenue which
attracted no little atten tion and occa
sioned some Interest this morning was tbe
appearance of a boy of not over 3 i ars
driving for dear lif through the street in
a wagon and urging the horse on as if
everything depended cn his getting there
on time. At Twenty first street the
owner of the wagon, the little boy's
paternal overhauled him and got aboard.
1 he youngster was merely Having some
fun, in accordance with the Toung Amer
Used In Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard-
THE VERY LATEST.
Tbe Lord Mayor Knighted.
London, Aug. 1. The queen has
knighted the lord mayor nf London, con
ferring the order of Si Michael and St.
Jiimbu of Charges Preferred.
Pittsburg. Aug. 1. Participants in
tbe disgrace at Homestead after the sur
rendering of the Pinker'ons July 6 will
be prosecuted for assault, larceny, pock
etpicking. etc. The work of securing
evidence has been going on for some time
and warrants will be sworn out in a few
Hoxestkad, Aug. 1. The Carnegie
officials look for a break and expect to
be running full tbe last of the week.
Over 100 deputies are now on hand, and
will be increased to 300. All are
armed. Tbe Upper Union mills started
at 4 this morning with non-union men.
Louisville, Ky . Aug. 1. Gen. Speed
S. Fry, superintendent of the Soldiers'
borne recently established here, is dan
gerously ill. He can hardly recover.
The next regular examination of appli
cintsfor teacher's certificates, will be
held in the Rock Island High school
building on Friday and Saturday, August
5 h and 6th. All who wish to take this
examination should be on hand promptly
at 9 o'clock Friday morning.
C. B Marshall,
County Superintendent of Schools.
TIHB DAILY ARGUS delivered at your door
a every ereui u lor 13C per wee.
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ANTED Uood Cook wanted at once at the
l nion house ; good wages.
ASUU-A few good boarders In private
lamlly, rso. SOo nineteen tb street.
tAf S offer aeentg bis money, in exclusive terri
If tory ; our new patent Safes so i at si lit in city
wLuuuiryi new arenis in tne nciu actually get
ting rich ; one agent in o-e day cleared f84i: so
cannon; catalogue rrea. Au'iaiSAra Co., No.
ciarK street, L inc:nna.i, u.
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DRESS MAKING MADE SIMPLE
Positively for a few
The French Taylor System, simplified, is now
on enhibition and lessons are beitg given in the
science of Dress Cutting and Fitting.
Reduced Prices for a Few Days.
Call at once. This is the very best opportunity
ever offered the public.
Mrs- Greenawalt's old stand, 1704
Private instructions given at reHences.
New styles of
Here are bargains reduced
"XonV choice 19c, worth tip
French Kob?e, worth up to
$9, your choice for $3.95
A few dress patterns at 25c
Ten shades, 25c yard.
Lawn Tennis Flannels.
Cc per yard.
All Wool, worth CS to ?.-)C
a yard, yovr choice 48c.
Cotton Dress Goods. ?Jp
of Remnants in
at away down prices.
Half Wool Challies.
All go at 15c per yard.
The above prices hold
good for this week.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
GREAT B A.RGAINS
D. ROY BOWLBT'S,
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
, , .V'Ll fir.,'? 8 fi"'1!"1,
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brands of doTestir
and imnorted riirars. All bmntls of tnh.rrn
The score of ail the ball games will be received
L. OLOCKHOPF, Prop.,
ISfS Second ve
1525 and 1527
124, 126 and 12S
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 nice present an elecant Carvinc
Set like those I have to show will be. Also those
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Every woman that keeps house wants one.
finish Fire Sets and Irons.
rn Stoves and Ranges
are the leaders made in Illinois for our soft coal and everv one
guaranteed. These are all good things to buy at Christmas or
any other time. Come in and see how much I have to show you
that is usefal and novel in housekeeping goods.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rock Island.
WILL BE CLOSED OUT AT
Must be sold at once for Cash. Directly opposite the
. & K.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.