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ock Island Daief Argus.
R t; r ,L. XXXII NO. 244 ROCK ISLAND, MONDAY, AUGUST 3, 1S91. Singl Copies KCrat Per Wm4 1 a Cent i TIKI UhLL We have assumed the position as "Leaders," and not even the Lion turned loose from his den would make us flinch an inch from that position. THE GIANTS TAKE A TUMBLE. Boston Goes to Second Place in th Leslie Contest. Chicago, Aug 3. After some weeks ol see -sawing between the Xew York and Chicago League base balL clubs last week closed wjth "your uncle . Anse" looking more like a winner than be lias for lo thes many -days, while Gotham's pride, thi abrogation which numbers among its members the terrible Rusie and "Carmen1 cita" Ewing, has dropped to third place, Boston's experts stepping blithely up tc do battle with the "colts." A "lead of thirty-nine points over the beaneaters anJ forty-niueover the New Yorkers makes th Chicago crank tread on air, and in his mind he sees the pennant already flying from the pole in the west side ball park. But there's more to follow. The standing of the different aggregations is given below: Just to have a little fun and make things hum, we will start the ball with a SUIT SALE Fvp K&B CSV if J -J will throw in enough $10.00 and $12.00 suits to make competitors of the tri-cities exclaim and stare in amazement and ask '0, where did you get that suit?" Of THE LONDON, of course, the onlv Bargain House of the tri-cities. I; you intend paying $10.00 or $12.00 for a suit, may be we can suit you for $.00. 'Come and see. This may seem redicu :s, but you try it and if you are not too fastidious and don't want the earth with a fence around it We will Suit You for Five Dollars. We intend selling every dollar's worth of our Summer Clothing this season. They Must Go! Our Neglige Shirts Must Go! Our Underwear Must Go! Our Straw; Hats Must Go! Our large stock of Children's clothing will go, for prices cut in half will make them go. If you are wise, you will take advan $ oi this great clearing sale. We Must have the Room for our FALL and WINTER Stock. ri-r;Stce2d brj"ing a 5tock of goods this fall to Rock Island that you will talk about in your sleep, and make the- Clothiers of - Li,c uigiuiiidre an next winter. 11 you looKior Bargains in an departments tnis montn you 11 not De Oisapponted at Lontton Cloii Chirairo S1!32 Boston M: New York ... :! Cleveland. . Philadelphia -w 43; Brooklyn Cincinnati 4f Pittebunj .i3,4K: r on, Boston 575 jSt. Louis ... 5Hti ; Baltimore. .... 4C4 Athletic ("ulumbus 4ti (Cincinnati..... 417' 'Washington.. 47. (Louisville I ! fc s M-iSM 878 .V;fcH.6a .4tti & I44 4SI.4&4 ' .49 443 !; .as; i30,63 XA WESTEUS. Milwaukee. . Oinana Minneapolis Lincoln ioux City. . Kansas City. Denver Imluth r 1A. L'G'E. . :. :t Hi'. Ouinev '43 34 ..:4:ti SfS.iKr kford I42.2C' !"4S .StWoliet 144 ; . 13 4-1 .51 Ottawa '!' ..' 3 4IH ()ttumwa ....i3t;a . .4. 4T1 Cedar Kapia.-i31,401 . : 411". I . : 57i :J74 ; mi S7J 4.11 .43 .4 Company. The People's Protectors and Money Savers, Rock Island, His. What the Score Book Show. Scores made by the leading base ball combinations Saturday and Sunday were as follows Leaeue: At New York Brook lyn. 9: New York. 6. At Philadelphia Philadelphia. 0; Boston. L At Pittsburg Pittsburg. T; Cleveland, 3. At Cincin nati Chicago, 7: Cincinnati, 4. Association: At Columbus Columbus, 7;. Baltimore, 2. At Cincinnati Cincin nati. 6: Washington, 2. At St. Louis St. Louis. 3: Boston. 7. At Louisville Athletic. 3: Louisville, 2. (Sunday) At Louisville Athletic, 8; IxmisviUe, 5, At St. Loui Boston, 5; St. Louis. S. At Columbus Baltimore. 3; Columbus, a. At Cincinnati Washington, 5; Cincin nati. 15. Western: At Dulutli Omaha, 10; Du luth4. At Minneapolis Denver, 7;" Min neapolis. 6. At Milwaukee Lincoln. 1; Milwaukee, 5. (Sunday) At - Duluth Omaha, 1: Duluth, 7. (Second game) Omaha, C; D-iluth, 10. At Minneapolis Denver, 13: Minneapolis. 3. At Milwau keeLincoln, 2: Milwaukee, 1. At Sioux City Kansas City, 5: Sioux City, 3. Jliinois-Iowa: At Cedar Kapids Joliet, 4; Cedar Kapids, 5. At Quincy Rock ford, 4; Quincy, 7. ABBREVIATED TELfiSRAMS. It is charged that the jury that tried Editor Eiliott at Columbus, O., for the murder of Osborn. had at least one bribed juror oil frr, nnA evident- is presented of an . attempt to brilw another. The alleged bribery was iu Elliott's behalf. The jfb printers, prro. imi otters engaged in that branch of business at Omaha, have struck to enforce the eight hour law passed by the recent lecislature. The men in the Omaha and Grant Smelt ing works have also struck for the same purpose. The Piatt Deutschverein is holding a convention at Denver. The first Bessemer steel produced in Maryland wos blown at Sparrow Poiut by the Maryland Steel company Saturday. The s-wiss are joyfully celebrating the Cioth ani:ive.-sary cf :he establishment of their republic. Professor Max Schuller. of the Berlin university, has a new cure for consump tion which he says has cured seventy out of K cases and improved sixteen. The remedy is the active principle of creosote, or "guaicol." The "holy coat of Trier," a garment al leged to have been worn by the Savior, is to be put on exhibition at" Trier cn Aug. 15. It is supposed to have miraculous properties. An Alliance member of the school board of Oakland, Kan., objected to hoisting the national ensign over the school house and his fellows voted with bim. The Shawnee county i Kas.) Democrats have entered into a fusion with the Alli ance to capture the loaves and fishes in that county on an equal "divvy." Employes of Bliss & Van Anken's mill, at Saginaw. Mich., caught Jerry Findley, a slab sawyer, stealing another man's din ner, and gave him a coat of pitch and mud. Frank Ralinski. 12 years old, pulled Paul Laluski. aged 6, into the river at St. Paul, and held him under water until be was drowned, bo it is charged by Paul's little brother. Frank denies the crime. George H. Myers, judge of the Tenth judicial circuit of Wisconsin, died at Ap pleton Saturday, at the age of 67, from the effects of the grip. It is stated that Frank Collier, tne Chi cago lawyer who was sent to the insane asylum, is getting better, and hopes are entertained of his entire recovery. The total fatalities consequent upon the railway disaster at St. Mande, France, were forty-three. Eighty were to jured. The supreme court of Michigan has de cided a case in which the point was a hus band's right to a part of what the wife earns. The point was decided tffiaii tively. Judge Hammond, of the United States district court at Memphis, 4ias decided in a case in which Seventh.Day Adreniiets were the defendants that it ie imlnmil in this country to work 00 Sunday. Tba case will be appealed. All Gotkim Papers To Be Indicted. New York, Aug. 8. District Attorney Nicoll Saturday decided to hare indicted all the New Y'ork newspapers that pub lished accounts of the eiectrio executions at Sing Sing on July 6. The evidence in the hands of the district attorney will be presented to the grand jury on to-day. Bosslaa Jews Coating; This War. CHambcrg, Aug. 8. Fire thousand four hundred Russian Jews left this city the past week, most of them intending to go ultimately to the United States. K. E. Parmenter, attorney at ' tow," Makes collections, loans money ana will attend to aj legal buiien intrusted to him. Office, poatoffice block. Rock Iil MuLDia. dwlj- .1- : 1 r-)