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Home Team Treats Them to
tte Worst Defeat of ihe Season.
1wi 'ltyBiiis Ponnrt McVicker
r Total of 15 Hits while the
Visitor obtain but Three The
Baae Mali ca DisniiK
Over 1,200 people at Twin-City park
yesterday afternoon saw the home team
gre the erstwhile pennant takers nine
terns at the bat without allowine them a
ore. Bartson and Zjis was the Twin
tj battery and McVicker and Sharp
worked the points for the visitors.
Sanson had terrific speed yesterday and
jcotl control of the ball, and with good
pport in the field he gave the boys
kom the convict town a taste of his Cbi
mgo brotherhood days and let them
down easy with but three hits. McVick
er for the visitors on the other hand was
wild at times and his fielders supported
im like ten-pins in a bowling alley,
lucky hitting characterized the home
twin's game. Wherever they hit it
wm put just in the right
place ar.rt while the visitors
m times did some clever fiel I work it
didn't last long enough to do any good.
Sage's men scored four runs in the first
tteing, after which tbey had no trouble
to handling any kind of ball that the vis
itors put up. Nulton found the only
three-bagger tba was made in the game
A large crowd will probably witness to
iaj'sgame. The following is the scoie
f the game yesterday:
Xvit Uland-Mollne JolUt
" A E T H PAR
gT. 9 ..1 1 I 3 1 Carroll,:!.. 0 0 I 4
mnm,n. .8 a 8 1 MWihLf...o o 1 o 1
eiUJf..3 3 1 1 0 8hiri.c....O 0 4 11
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f i , , n r
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W..1 S 4 -t 2MahncrrfO l o o
McB.p 0113 OMcVi'kir.nO 1 (I B n
tal...ll IB 27 14 3; ToUW . 0 1 jT 14 6
3totk ts;and-Mol:nc..4 2 0 0 2 1 0 0 211
0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 n- 0
Batteries-Barttou and let McVicker and
fw.y . rw:" c "IK" Jolie! : BMW on
MB C ft B.-rt-on S. off McVicker 4. Struck out
o V. 1N.0n'-- by MtV'cker4 Hi: bv pltcher-
. ' rlM" dm aoarp. Error
.:! O win Cilice 3. Three-base Ut Nnlta
Two-lm-e bite- Lynch. OD.iy. HeTlCkw, H"'T-
"i';-" ; 'm "wnow pmys-u Liny to Lvnch
-- - uiirirnn. nil pitcO
Sale- "C f !?,"n;"1:''i0- Oniplrl Mc-
CALL CASES DISMISSED.
The case of Joliet and Twin City ball
learns charged with a misdemeanor in
paying ball on Sun lay came up before
' Hagis'ratc Wivili at 10 o'clock this morn
aog. As there were 18 in all arrested they
grouped into fcurs to be tried, the case of
William Z is, Fred Roberts, Charles Eloff
unn and P. F. Lynch coming up flr.-t
The at'orney for the defense, W. R
Jioore asked for a trial by jury for the
defendants and accordingly a jury com
pceedofA D. Welch, Louis E.-ktwt,
Jr., J. H. Biselin. Robert Richardson,
Seorge Park. H C. Harris, John Cook,
Wn Parish Henry Davis, C M. Hotmail,
-Kvid Richardson and Mortimrr Flecte
Fire witnesses for the pros, cation were
rWtamined, they being Joshua Ha-selquist,
C J. Jesperson, Adam biackball and
Dr. Gordon ard wife. None of the wit
awses ktiow wheth r the men charged
kad been playing ball there on last Sun
day or not . No one testified tohaving
cen disturbed. Sir. BUckhair stale.;
Ikal he had mude complaint bteaose
jome other tcembtrs of bis church had
eomplaintd. and Mr. Jeperson was not in
Jhc ci:y that duy and coaseewnthr did
w iiniiin, ni'iiuni: a, H.iri-on Willi nii. l,
aot koow anything of it. City Attorney !
ji6 wno prosecuted , finding that thei
was no other evidence on hand, then Bade
fc-w brief remarks in which he spoke ol
there tot being sufficient evidenne :gii:;st
tbe rr.en to warrant going any farther and
Moved that tbc cine be dismissed, tbe
sien being accordingly released.
Joliet i.Uys here today &nd torn' rrow.
. PaUy Lynch Is pitting his eye on tbe
R'jbcrts always Has & cle'iu plica picked
jot fur a hit.
The game yestcrd..y. netted abotM 1 35
?oi tht flood suCercrs.
V. -u-rd .y was a pleasant duy for th:;
3i Hate not quite.
Nul'.on puts up his goo 1 game with
o:re? ondiug regularity.
StcreUry .VcCaul, of the I -I league, is
attending the game today.
Tne b jys ali shared in that victory and
'.wts I famous one to be sure.
Tho ice has ften broken; now for an
Kher game fr m ih : Coavicls.
The Convicts failed to eee where the
tBt-.nt" was in yesterday's fame.
O'Day hasn't forgotten how to play
winning bull. He go..s at it with his old
With Suggs out of Hie way wc don't
Used in Millions of Home
make such a bad sho wing against Joliet
Let's see, didn't s jmebody say some
thing about Bartsor having a glaEs arm
a few weeks ago?
We rise to reiterate that the Rock Isl-and-Moline
team ma 'be all right when
it comes to a pinch.
McOuirk has been playing better bail
away from home Don't be so bashful,
Mac; put it over the fence.
Michael Angelo Trost is no longer
with Aurora. He ust broke off and
floated out like a ca'e of ice.
Manager Hecker of Jacksonville has
signed Pat Wright, 3avy Sowders and a
new first baBeman naned Pogarty.
Whitrock of the 1 ite Quincy team has
gone to Mobile, Ala' ama, and Lutenberg
is said to have be; n signed bv Rock
ford. Evansville has gi rea notice to Presi
dent McKee and Secretary McCaull that
unless tome arrangement is made to give
it games Sunday and the Fourth of July
that something will drop. The break
a' Quiucy bas given them an idle day on
the Fourth .
Fresh celery at Di ifflil & Gleim's.
Green corn at Drilfiil & Gleim's.
Spring chickens at Driflill & Gleim's.
Call at Driffill & Gleim's tomorrow
morning and see the r display of fruit.
Diiimond sets of a 1 descriptions at Will
For fire works an 1 breech-loading toy
c-innons, go to John Koch.
Call at Will R Joiiason's and examine
hii stock of silverware. It is the finest
selected in the tri cities.
Look in Will R Jhnson's window and
see the handsome old medal prize for
the winner of the bicycle race at the Co
lumbian grounds the Fourth.
Confectionery and notion store for sale.
Doing good business. Also a good
house for rent. pply 1015 Third
There will be a "Patriotic Song Ser
vice at the Y. M. C A. on Sunday, July
3 at 3;30 p. m. An appropriate address
will be given by William Jackson.
Eugene Littig, who has been visiting
in the city several days, left Wednesday,
accompanied by Lawrence Ifcrig, for
Pullman where he v i'l be employed here
aftir. The mysteriously gifted fortune teller
or prophetess at 1803 Third avenue, cor
ner Eighteenth stret t, is astonishing her
many callers by be: marvelous revela
tions. The Rokford Cf nstruction company
finished the second Mock of its Tnird av
eaue paving contract in two days and ie
now working between Beventh and
At the Burtis ope a house, Davenport,
tomorrow, matinee .t 3.30, and evening
the 'Chimes of Njrman'ly. For next
week "Pirates of Pmz-iocu," "Maritana"
ard "Martha." Si at sale at Fiulie's.
IW. B. (if fDn iE(l .1 K .ulinr t,i
practical voting p.ut loe-s. have formed a
copartnership utuhr tho firm name ut
Grifiiti it Keating a id have secured the
i hop on Fitst nvci ; formerly occupied
by Davis & Co. Buhare hustlers and
the tew firm will no doubt meet wkh
Toe ody of Junes!' ist, who was drowned
at Viilan last Monday morning while ford
ing a street was fou id this morning tfine
miles below ftliiau s aj taken to Milan
wbere an inquest vas held by Justice
BrWD who was deputised by Coroner
Hawes to perform ' be duty. The body
was interred this afternoon , Mr. Post
was born at Patten m, H J, 6J -cars
aeo. He was a carpenter by trade and
had been an expressman for tbc past few
itcirs. He leaves a wile and five cfctL
Farmers arc vt-ry uu.sy siucc ihu recent.
storni attaafliflg o their crops. Tbct
weitih'.r of llic pas; ftw tluvs has bom
t ilcoti iiiivtintBgc ni by them and in every j
corn Ii !ds potato tnd oricn patch mny
be te n men I usy . ukivtiUng and clean
ing out the weeds hci have made su.-b a
Krowih in ihe ptet two weeks. Tbe
farmer Bever needi d more time for pet
tint, bis ctbpa irj g md iookiug coniiitioa
than cow. Therfc os have put every
thine bink grent deal and it will take
fully all ct July to get corn ground in the
usual condition, fr :e of weeds, that, it
has been u this se .eon in fosincr jeurs.
Ai tHimii A, ; eiiu'i T; morrow.
AMrieots. Blank Baapterriei,
P.ncappii.'s, Red U;spherries,
Bttckbett ea. Currants.
Bed and t lack rherries.
L'lnt-'n Fi.miiy Medicino moves the
bowels each duy. Most people need to
40 Years ihe Standard.
The Osnmne Merit
Of Hood's Sarsapariila wins friends
wherever it is fairly and honestly tritd.
Its proprietors are highly gratified at the
letters which come entirely unsolicited
from men and women in the learned pro
fessions warmly commending Hood's Sar
sapariila for what it has done for them.
Hood's Pills cure liver ills, jaundice, bil
iousness, sick headache, constipation.
PROPOSALS FOR ORDNANCE SIPPUES.
Rock island Arsenal, Hock Island, 1)1., June
2ft, lS'.li. Sealed pro, o ale, in triplicate, will be
received until 4 o'clock p. in., on MONDAY,
Jl'LY .r, 18W,fo-fomUnlng dyed cotton duck,
blankets, fora.e, silver, gold, steel tin, brass iron
copper and brass rivets and bnra; iron brass and
copper w.re; na Is, screws, tack-, bolt", nuts,
leatner, threat, rope, duck, saints, oils, chemicals,
paper, cleaning and pollsh'ng material-, fllee, &c.
auxins the otiscalyeureudinirJune80,lS93. Printed
lists of supplies needed, with full ii.structionB,
stipulations, &c , cu be had on application to
Colonel A. R. BL'FFINUTON. Ordnance Depart
ment, U. 8. Armory, Commanding.
ERADICATES BLOOD POI
SON AND BLOOD TAINT.
Cevekal bottles of Swift's Precific (S.P.P.)
entirely cleansed my system of contagious
blood poison of the very worst type.
Wm. S. Loomis, Phrevcport, La.
CURES SCROFULA EVEN
IN ITS WORST FORMS.
T iiao scrofi la In 18M, and deaasetl my
1 system entirely from it by tnking sewn
bottles of S. S. S. I have not had nny symp
toms since. (XW.Wn.ooXj
SpartanL-urg, S. C.
HAS CURED HUNDREDS O?
CASES OF SKIN CANCER.
Treatise on Rlood and Pkin Diseases niniied
free. Swikt Specific Co., Atlanu, tia.
4th of JULY !
Just opened up the largest and
finest line of
OF ALL KINDS; ALSO
at tight prices; don't forget to
call at 1717 Second avenue.
C. C. TAYLOR
To call your attention to a few facts:
Your evesiuht is priceless the eves need Mnri
care: improper spectacles are iitarlom. van
should tot trnl yonr eylght to irrospoinrblc
peddlers oT cheap -ieetacles. -
H D. FOLSOM
b a Pnutieal OptkdML will take ptiofl to
promrlr fit your mjm for every defect of vision
and wi'l guarantvc a perfect li in evcrv case.
If the lines in f his rfinmcmcl fipuyo do sc :
appear c-cmally b":a-k ia nil the pifffrnt I
tr, r;. . .:. .. ;
H. 0. -OL' OM,
.Ip.-x- r mid Optldat
ft m t:
vyun ilillUVll g VI1U Is IV rU::
The proper most satisfactory and convincing way to form a
correct conclusion as to value is by comparison, It is im
possible to judge from newspaper quotations. For this rea
son we ask you to COMPARE our line of $4.35 Men's Suits
others advertise at $4.45; our line of $5:00 Men's Suits with
those others advertise at $7.50; our line of $6.50 Men's Suits
with those others advertise at $10.00; our line of 9.90 Men's
Suits with those others advertise at $13.50. COMPARISON
TELLS THE TALE.
If the quality, fit, workmanship and trimming is not better and the price lower than that of any
other;dealer,yon'tbuy.J All'we ask that you compare-nothing can be fairer.
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A - S V? fLMjWt iff
1615 and 1617 Second Avenue
D. BOY BOWLBY'S,
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
THE AROAI E,
Clear Store and Bifiiard Parlr.r.
.Iwnj-s on h-ii.ii tin- Soeat hrni lis ir dotrtatlc
nc! Imported cisttrt All h n. of inh fen
vrKTOotsiiHKMii gunes win rocenvd
L. GLOCLHOPF, Prop..
3 & 8 Fecond ve
New styles ot
Too many goods in several
departments. We are go
ing to make special induce
ments this week in order to
close them out quickly.
1 Spring Jackets
We will dediK t33ipercent
from price of all" jackets
and capes. 3 ofT price of
every garment. If you
size is here you can get
bargains. We will stand a
loss before we will carry
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
1525 and 1527
OCKKT KNIVTX and SPTSSnttvj .i. .
forquali.y. If you want i ood
. ,r"2 ?V " wxiaia nice prse;;t an elesant Carvinu
bet like those I have to show will be. Also fchos g
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
'fir-sh V'l J0rDan k6epS L
i niiisn x ire Sets ano lions.
! Acorn Str-ve-i
guaranty. , hesa are all goci
im. uuiri in iiuusfejieeping gooai.
"t m ?.TrtTr - ii
Cor. Thad v... anl
jT Best Equipped Clothing
1 and Shoe House in Rock Island Co.
Jlandst me designs in mulls
na otner fabrics. Tnko
Lem aloncr at S3 -
discount. off" price of
Lemon Juice PoatO ino
Sori Cream Soap I
n Order tn intrrIn,Ql.
) ""U'lUIA, IVlllUJl
nice soap and sour cream
eoap the manufacturers
bave sent us a lot and in
Btiucted us to seU at half
price, hence yon can buy
these elegant eoaps this
week for 10 cents a cake.
BOCK ISLAND, ILL.
124, 126 aud 128
knife trv onZ
'Use wailts brought Iron
v : nrcs
things to buy at Christaui-S
Twentieth 8rreet, Rock TaiaBd