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BAliTSO.VS A BEAUT.
H Pltchn a Great Gan a !!
Rat raalUe Saor Twia-CIt r at
We lead once more,
doesn't it f
Roek IU4 MoUne.
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ThU locks better
Tbe borne team did the gran J at JoUei
yes'erday fa thuttiog oat tbe CoaricU. 3
to 0. Barison pitched a magnificent
game, boldiag tbe peoaaat taken down
U four biu. Donnelly wm in tbe box
for Jo'Jet. bat Sage's men found bim
ssfelj eight times ted scraped in three
mo a. It's each games as this tbst makes
base ball intereitine. and it is to be hoped
that tbe bovs will pat ap games of Ibis
kind when they return home. Ite fol
lowing is tbe lUTmirj of tbe frame:
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Back Iiaa4 Moi 109090IlO S
BatTfc. Jolift. Doaaetlr aa4 IfahoB; Rock
I!um1 Ht9, BtrUon atd Error
Jniiet. BM ki-a Joiwt. 4; Rock Irltod Mo
bile S. Two ba kit Joliet.1: Hoc l;cl-
M'A.me, I. fetrack oat By IXkum-I't. 4; br Bin-
Paae4 Oa.1 J.iet, 1.
Wbst's tbe muter with our Bartson?
Paddy D!e is "doing" Frteport this
Tbe new uniforms seem to hive stsrted
oat as a msscot.
It is understood tbe Jacksonrii:s are to
bare new uniforms on their next risit to
" ,-tjr, tbe left-fielder who bss been
Wdy. csrsjcu to be on duty at tbe
Saturisy m here with JacksocTille.
Psyne. tbe Kansas City man lately signed
bj Jacksonville, will be on duty also, and
wtil pitch the secocd game.
Ooaarderiag that the republicans feel
thst tbir only chaoce of success ia tbe
Elev-tnth district this fall is the refusal of
Mr. Cable lo accept a renominsUon, the
exuberance of spirits msnifested in the
Union this morning over that dispatch
from Washington, is excusable.
Hon, "Bill" Crswforl is busy shipping
cattle to Chicago and heeeth not where
the political wind listeth. The reason
for this noticeable indifference on tbe
part of tbe Edginifton statesman is no
doubt due to the fact that he carries m
certificate as a holdover senator in his
No. 18 sock.
Can you bear the corn grow?
Boy wanted a. 730 Nineteenth street.
There will be no K. of P. meeting this
Balloon ascension at Black Ilawk to
morrow at 5 p. m.
O. L. Bruner. of Taylor Ridge, was in
tte city yesterday.
The it-it-hot-enoBgh-for you? individ
ual is in his element.
Cars will run on 10-minute time on the
Mi'an road tomorrow.
153 for 50c straw hats at bankrupt ca!e
directly opposite M. t K.
Miss Cora Uppcnbeim, of Peoria, is
visiting Miss Irene Rotenfield.
50c buys a boy's canvass base ball shoe
at M. A K. rebate shoe sale.
n. P. Stoddard, of Edgington, was in
the city today on business.
' All summer clothing at ha'.f price
bankrupt sale opposite M. & K.
' Loosley'a lamp sale Thursday and
Saturday. See card, fifth page.
Da not fail to see the balloon ascension
at Black Ilawk tomorrow at 5 p. m.
Straw bats, former price $ 1 25, now 25c
at bankrupt sale, opposite M. & K.
There was a very pleasant private
picnic at the Tower jesterdsy afternoon
Balloon ascension at Vandruff s island
tomorrow. Cars will run on 10-minute
Balloon ascension from Vandruff's
island tomorrow. Take a cool ride to
the Tower and witness it.
President D. II. Loud erback, of the
street railway avndicete, arrived from
Chicago this morning.
Shirt waists, knee pants, boys' and
children's clothing at half price at bank
rupt sale opposite M. AK.
Meigs Wait, of Reynolds, who has
been quite ill. was in the city yesterday
for the first for some time.
$1.30 buys a ladie' button dongola
shoe at tbe M. & K. tebate sale. No
better for tl-75.
Rebate aboe sale at tbe M. & K. con-,
tinoes only three dajs more. You should
rail and save money-
U. C. Sroallcy. of tbe Galesburg
Republican-Register, wa in the cuy
today with tbe labor society excursion,
f 1.30 wiil buy a solid shoe for a man.
machine sewed, in lace or congress.
Others charge jou $2 for no be'.ter. At
M. Jk K. rebate shoe sale.
Mr. Unsay May in balloon ascension
and parachute leap at tbe Watcn Tower
tomorrow. Uars every iu minutes.
Used in tffflifawa cf Hoots o Yeats the Standard.
The finder of the umbrella left at tbe
Harper house corner last night wi3 be
rewarded ty returning it to Thb Alters
The bankrupt sale directly opposite
the L & K- opens tomorrow. Bring a
dry and a loaded purse and carry off the
MUs Julia Schneider entertained a num
ber of her friends at her home on Holine
avenue last evening on the occasion of
5 p. m. tomotrow Mrs. Rosey May
wiil make a balloon ascension and para
chute leap from Black Hawk. Cars every
Tbe half hour cars on the Uilan road
will continue hereafter until 8 o'clock in
the evening, instead of one car being
withdrawn at 8. as heretofore.
A savings bank for lamp bujerv,
Loos'ev's sale, Thursday and Saturday.
One-fifth off; that's 20 per cent. YouH
went one in October; better buy now.
Ex Aid. M. Scbnell and wife, accom
panied by James Big' an. of New York,
Mr. and Mrs. James Murphy and Mrs.
Selina, leave in the morning for a trip up
Tbe regular weekly concerts in Spen
cer Square last evening was given by
Strasser's band of Davenport and proved
one of the most delightful of the series
Ninety-two in the shade today, with
indications of cooler weather tomorrow
and possibly a thunder storm tonight
Let us hope tbe signal service has struck
it right, on the cooler weather at any rate.
The Wnite Elephant Fishing club
leaves for Long Island which is situated
in the Mississippi just opposite Andalu
sia, on Friday on an outing trip. This
is the same resort that was held down by
tbe Red Nose dab before and a jolly
time is expected- Sam Webb, Al Owens.
John Farner and Tom Davis will be tbe
first of the delegation to leave.
Tbe Twin-City Cycling club will meet
at tbe Citizens' Improvement association
rooms this evening. The organization
will be completed and all committees are
expected to report. All wheelmen of the
two cities are requested to be present.
whether they have been enrolled or not.
Two horses attached to a wagon en- j
gaged in ex:avating Third avenue for the
Rockford Construction company, fell
d jwn near Twentieth street this morning,
and it was .at first thought they were
overcome by tbe beat, but this proved
upon investigation to be a mistake. The
bres simply stumbled and fell.
Car 45 of tbe Elm street line, in charge
of Motorman Henry Mead, jumped the
tr&ck on Second avenue in front of Har
per's theatre early this morning and, ran
clear to tbe sidewalk on the opposite side
of tbe street, but strange t3 say. did no
serious d image. The car mast have been
speeding at a lively rate.
Albert Meyer, of New York, arrived
last night on a visit to relatives in this
city. Mr. Meyer is a Host in nimse;i wnen
it comes to making fun, and he had any
amount of it last evening at tbe expense
of relatives who were not expecting bim.
Mrs. Meyer, who is a daughter of Mrs.
Schneider, on Fourth avenue, has been
visiting here for some time.
Tbe stockholders of tbe Rock Island
Gold Mining Co.. held a meeting at tbe
office of W. B. Ferguson last evening
and considerable business pertaining to
the ooeration of the company s mines
was transacted. It was decided to bigin
stoping ore 3 at once and report from
tbe supenntendant and other officers of
the com pan v were heard. Tbe mines
owne 1 by tbe company are three in num
ber, the Senator Hill. Beggar, and Opber
mines are all situated near Magnolia
Boulder County, Colorado, and are said
to be valuable property and paying well
Tk HIark Hawk Aaxeelatloa.
A meeting was held lsst evening of the
directors of tbe Black Hawk Build ng
and Loan association at the office of Sec
retary Med ill last evening, the following
officers were re-elected:
President J. M. Montgomery.
Vice-President F. C. Denkmann.
Secretary T. J. Medill. Jr.
Treasurer J. F. Kobinson.
Attorneys Sweeney & Walker.
Ike "! i CofTVea.
Bell. Conrads & Co., fancy old govern
ment Java and Mocha, Banner Combina
tion Aukoria; McLaughlin's Ambrose,
Golden Roast XXXX packsge; Dwinel
Haywood & Co., White House Java and
Mocha, Java Combination, Excelsior Java
and Mocbs; Franklin McVeagh & Co.,
genuine Arabian Mocha, Java, broken
Java; Chase & Sanborn, Java and Mocbs;
Arbuckle's package; Lion package; Sher
mon Bros'. Merique coffee.
The above brands of coffee are to be
found at W. A. Ehleb's, No. 305 Twen
A handsome complexion is one of the
greatest charms a woman can possess
Pnzzoni s Complexion powder gives it.
THE VERY LATEST.
Appalling Effect of the Heat in
Matteii Mora Destha There Today Fast
Time ob the Atlantic O'Doanell's
Chicago, July 27. Ictense beat still
prevails, and is claiming victims by the
score. The thermometer registers 94 to
69 and is raising. The hospitals are full
and 19 bodies were in tbe morgue th s
The Beat Sailing Record.
New Yoax. July 27 The steamship
City of Paris which sailed from Liver
pool on the 20th. arrived here earlr this
morning beating the record for a western
trip across the Atlantic. Tbe time across
was 5 days. 15 minutes and 53 seconds.
Bepablieaas "Will Take a Haad.
New Yore. July 27 O Donnell is
still here and is reported negotiating with
the republican party to take tbe strike at
Homestead into their hsnds He is seen
much with Clsrkson and other leaders.
Eidtemtat at Taaeiera.
Taxgiers. July 27 Great excitement
and alarm was created in tbii city by tbe
report that tbe insurgents are advancing
on the city with the purpose of attacking
the Sultan's troops stationed here. Eu
ropeans living along tbe shore are flock
ing into town for refage.
Davenport Mile Track Races
and tbe Mississippi River Carnival.
August 2. 3. 4 and 5. 1692. For this
occasion and the great 10.0U0 race be
tween Allerton and Delmarch. the Chi
cago, Burlington & Qiincy Railroad
company will sell tickets from all points
on its line within 150 miles of Davenport
at the rate of one fare for tbe round trip.
Tickets cn sale August 2 to 5 lcclusive,
good to return op to and including Aug.
6 H. D. Mace. D. P. A .
P. S. Ecsns. G. P. A . Rock Island.
Attention Sir Knights:
Special conclave of Even's Commandery
No. 18. K. T.. Thursday evening, July
28 at 7 o'clock sharp; work on the K. T.
degree; also business of great importance
as all arrangements for the trUennial coo
clave must be made that night. It will
be the last meeting before going to Den
ver. By order
J. F. Robissos. E. C.
R. C. WrLLRRTO. Recorder.
MrJ.C. Jones, of Fulton, Ark., bays of
"About ten years ago 1 con
tracted a severe case of blood
poison, leading pnysicians prescnoea
medicine after medicine, which I took
without any relief. I alsa tried mercu
rial and potash remedies, with ur.suo-
cessful results, but which brought on zz.
attack of niercurvl r. eumatirji tiuit
male my life one of agony. Aftorr-uf-.
erin four years I gave up all remedies
and commenced using c o- o. Alter
taking several bottles. I was entirely
enroll and able to resume work.
is tbe greatest meaicino for
blood poisoning to-day on
TreiUM cn Kl-vwl an. I Skin Pli. mailed
true. gwuT Si-ecific Co ATinnra. Ca.
Jotick to Contractors.
1 nrnwil will be r-eired at tba City
Clric- office. Rock Is'.anl, til., until Modi1t. 5
o'clock p-- Ani;at 1st. l-OJ, tor ciniructin
the improvement ordered by an ordin nce of caia
CilT pe 1 MArCn -tu. lm. uu mi -i-i m Lt
thereto aodi entiOea "An ordinance f r the im
provement of Eaxt and We'. Seventeenth -treets
from Fir t to Seconl avenne. and of Sixteenth.
at:eet trim "tret to Third avenue, and of Fif
teenth and Fourteenth Mreeta rrom secona to
Third avenne."' and for famishing the matrU:
and doine t wor according to the plana and
teciflcation therefo- oa fi'.e at the city cier"
office. Blanks bl will be furnished cn applica-
llAil b'.d mast be accompanied with a cartlSed
check in the ntn of Fire hunJred dollar, paya
ble to the order of the trea-urerof aid city, which
hail bfcome forfeited to said city in case the bid
der shall fa 1 to enter into contract with approved
aecari'ie to execute the w rk Tor the price men
tioned in his bid. and a-conlinf? f the plans and
specifications In the event that the contract
should be awarded to him.
The tieht to rejict any or all bida or proposal
received Is hereby expressly reserved by sain ci! j.
Robert Koihi er, o Clerk.
Rock Island. III. Jnly 14th, laJ.
In order to enlarge our .crowded space in Shoe Department pre
vious to the arrival of our New Fall Stock, we have inaugurated
another of our Famous Rebate SHOE SALES, for ONE WEEK,
10-cent rebate on all Shoes from
2Q " " " " "
No goods excepted.
Another opportunity to
Might, July u.
Special Bargains irv Straw Hats, Underwear and
!2 Sj " pip
a mill s
c " 3 r Baawawaatl
- 3 53 9
1615 and 1617 Second Avenua.
New styles ot
D. ROY BOEBY'S,
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
...v llij?.lM.Vi!,1. ..ts
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on band tbe flnet brands of doTtstic
and imported ciaars. A!I brands of tobscco.
Tbe score of ail the ball games will be received
L. OLOCKHOFP, Prop.,
1808 Second ve
SATURDAY, JULY 23d
- $0.0 to $1.00
1.25 to 2.00
2.25 to 3.00
Every pair of shoes in the
supply yourself and family
M . &
Here ara bargains reduced
Ton- choice 19c, worth up
French Hobs, worth up to
$9, jour choice for $3.95-
A few dress patterns at 25c
Ten shades, 25c yard.
Lawn Tennis Flannels.
6c per yard.
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 nice present an elegant Carving
Set like those I have to show will be. Also those
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Every woman that keeps house wants one. Wrought Iron
finish Fire Sets and Irons.
are the leaders made in Illinois for our soft coal and every 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 useful and novel in housekeeping goods.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rock Tgland.
M. & K.
And ending SATURDAY, JULY 30th,
store, including all Low Shoes, included in this Sale.
with footwear. This 'Sale positively closes Saturday
Best Equipped Clothing
All WooL worth - .
a yard, yovr ehok r i-'
Cotton Dresa Goo?. 7;,
of Remnants in
at away down prir-s
Half Wool Chaliies'
All go at 15c p-rr yarl
The above prices hold
good for th:
ROCK ISLAND, ILL
124, 126 and 123
1.25 to 4.00
4 50 Upward.
House in Rock Island Co.