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Rock Island Daily '
YGL.IXXIX. NO. 141
KOCK ISLAND, SATtlB DAY, APRIL 4 189L
Slnrle OmlM S Cent
Per Week ISM CAnts
The long looked for and anxiously expected
0 JF" 1D1BL IE
This being our first Spring Opening, we will offer a new and novel inducement
and will have a great surprise for all to commemorate the occasion. Call and
learn particulars. Remember the date, SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 189L
Respectfully, I -
LONDON CLOTHING COMPANY.
John Trauble, vice president Of the Firs
National bank of Jacksonville, Ills.,
in that city i nday.
The majorityagainst the ParneHite can- "
didate for parliament in Thursday's eleo- -
tion in Sligo was 806. ; '
Everything was quiet. Friday at the
scene of Thursday's rioting in the PennJ
sylv.inia coke regions.
John Woolington, one of tle first set
tlers rf Piatt county,-Ills.'; died at has
home near Monticello, aged 78. '
Ten persons were killed, and others In-i
jured by an explosion in a coal . mine at
Staffordshire, England, Thursday.
Business failures in the United States
for the week ended Friday evening asp:
gretra ted fell; for the corresponding week'
iu 1890, 109. ..,.. -Y-
The mother of the two Nicelys, who
were hanged in Pennsylvania Thursday,!
has become a raving mania?, and Willi
probably never recover. ... '. ;- :
Governor Boyd, of Nebraska, has vetoed)
the bill recently passed by the legislature)
fixing the maximum, freight rates. Thei
senate sustained the veto.
A New York dispatch says an English
syndicate has purchased the mining.
properties of J. B. Hagorin. in Montana..
I The first payment is $4,000,000.
Miss Gabrielle Greeley. Horace Greeley's
daughter, ancftev. F. M. Clendenin, las
tor of St Peter's Episcopal church at
Westchester, are to bo married soon.
Fifty seekers for Omaha land claim.
which will not be opened for settlement
until April 13, have already formed in
line befere the Ashland, Wis., land office
Tile vessel having on board the Nica
ragua canal party from this country
strnck a reef 230 miles from Grey town ami
went to the bottom. The crew and pas
sengers, ot wnom Jtion. warner miner
was one, were all saved.
Asa Montague, of Centerville, Ky.,who
has lived for fifty years under that name,
has just discovered that his proper name
if Himbrougb. His parents died when.
was an infant, and his roster parent
never revealed the secret of his birth.
A man named Henry Williams was ar
rested st Nyack, N. J., the other day, -who
was possessed with the delusion that his
body was at Fairview, N. J., while hist
soul was at Nyack. He also said be had
his father's sonl alone, too. His father;
he said, was M. D. Williams, of Indian
William M. Roberts and wife, of Lib
erty, Mo., took a sick and apparently poor
stranger into their home last fall and hav
cared for him since. He died this week
and by his will Mr. and Mrs. Roberts are1
given a valuable business block in Kansas'
City and tl2,000 in money. The stranger'
nam was David Williams.
Brutus Wlmin Sued for 50.0OO.
New Yore, April 4. The trial of Miss
Henrietta Woods' suit against Erastus
Wiman for $50,000 for damages for libel
was begun in the circuit court in Brook-;
lyn yesterday. It arises out of Mr. Wi
man's etiort to have imprisonment ror;
debt abolished by law. In support of this
bill pamphlets were printed containing:
statements from judgment debtors wha
complained of the severity of existing;
statutes and also setting forth their indiJ
vidual stories. Among the other state
ments was one by Terrence Monett, whoa
was in jail for failing to pay a judgment
obtained against him by Miss Woods in.
breach of promise suit. In his statement
Monett said a number of things that re
flected much upon Miss Woods' character;
hmce the suit.
Preferred to Have No Publicity.
Brooklyn, N. Y., April 4. Johua G.
Willetts, who was charged with assault in
shooting Delphin M.Cobb, one ot the
proprietors of the South Brooklyn Steam.
Engine works, was discharged yesterday;
by Justice Tighe, Mr. Cobb failing to ap
pear against Willetts. The shooting: is
supposed to have resulted from an inti
macy with Willetts' daughter. '
Kossuth Nearly 90 Years Old. ' '
London, April 4. A dispatch from Yi-
enna says that a plan is on foot in Hun
gary to make a presentation to Louis Kos
suth on the occasion of his 89th birthday,
on the 27th ot this month. The aged
patriot is said to be again ill, and is In far
from easy circumstances in his home at
Tliat Lively Kansas City Justice.
Kansas City, April 4. Justice Ganz-
horn was again arrested yesterday for as
saulting H. Chadeayne, a lawyer, in his
court room witn a cnair.
Quotations on the board of , trade today .
were as follows: Wheat-No, 8 April, opened ., "
$1.0 closed $1.04; .May, opened, Jl.O&H. i -closed
1.05; July, opened $1.044, dosed ' :
$1.03. Corn- No. 2 April, opened 69c, dosed! . ? :
I 68UC-, May. fepened Otc, closed OSVio; July, i '
opened 6BHc closed 63Hc OaU-h'ix 2 May. I -opened
654o, closed 5t4c; June, opened W6e ' r
closed 54fc; July, opened. SSHC closed &lo ,
Pork-May, opened $li75k closed 12.8a.-J
July, opened $13.20, closed $13.024. Lrd -
I May, opened and closed Hi.S5)4.
Lave stock following were the prices at I ri-
the Union stock yards: Hon Market opened V"
active and firm; snippers the principal buyers-. - J
prices 5310c higher; light grades, $4.305.95 '
rough packing, tigil.7l); mixed, $4u4.10;'- itt
heavy packing and shipping lots, HTiaS,);, t-E '
pigs. Sa.23a4.45. ' -ifii-j.
Produce: Butter FaDcy separator, SIWBa . i ;.
per lb; fresh dairies, 2326c; packing stock, U " ' i ,'
46 13c Eggs Strictly fresh, lW&no per doxJ I , .
Dressed poultry Chickens, IlJai3o par t ly KXi-
aucks, u juc; tarneys. uuihi iuis. u.'jc
geeee, 7&9c. PoUtoes-White rose, l.V!&l.VX Atf-'.V-per
bu; Hebron, $1.07(1.10; Peerless, L(rv I t'f u'i
l.US. Sweet potatoes Illinois Jerseys, $3,033 ? 7 "
ajO. CranbeiTies Bell and cherry. $8.0028.50 1 V- ;y
per tibl; bell and bugles. $.00a9.oa. Appl- . I V;
Cooking, $3.0O4.OS per bbU eating, $1.505.00; , K ',,
fancy varieties, $x5U3iG.&a f v-;-, '3 '
New York. - ' "
, Nkw Yoait, A a. "s
Wheat No. 2 rad wintor cash, XLi do
May, $U; do June, $1.12!4; do J , U ' J
Corn -No. 8 mixed cash, t-X ' -; O : ;
mic; do June, TJc; do July, 'J'jc C jr- '
i luU; Ko. 2 railed casn, 6 ' do Wav, f
ley Neglected. - Pork-'P'i'l bu.t ferm; new
mess, SU75.B 14.0a
July, $7.83. '
Live Stock: Cat -
I cune of strong 1 :
native steers, $4.3i
cows, $.0J!J.ai. ttu
Jet; May, $7.0e; .
4. slow, at a do
; poorest to best
J lbs; bulla and dry
and Lambs Sheen.
steady; lambs, acve ac an advance of Ho
w; aneep, iu i& ti.sj iambs, $8.ou 7.75.
Eogs-sMarket stead t; live hoes. $4.Si&5.ao