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YOL. XXXIX. NO. 1 16
KOCK ISLAND, FtflDAY, APIilL 10. 1891.
I Single Copies 5 Cent
Far Week lt4 Cent
IS A TOWER OF STRENGTH ABROAD.
This is verified by the universal satisfaction and good opinion of the public
Public Opinion of the
Public Opinion of the
Public Opinion of the
Public Opinion of the
THE LONDON CLOTHING COMPANY.
talk daft hhu"old thin a radius of fifty miles. The,
the confidence uJSh ?aTChn ot clothing. They state facts only and have thus gained
their push an" "in" JSStalft hW bUght d"M W"h ta Rock
l.rt worth'foother K WmnTIo Sn.' kTJ f-?" ' at,rfor emlTe. they attract another dol-
aword WeHitoncarried.t wttariWdettll,uUt de?,I" out of p,ace- Who cver 8,0P8 t0 a8k what kind of a
convincTtae lubHc th of 8e S'ftne-T in Afric? needs no reasoning to
profit. . The LondoB isthYmiin a l18 oneTd9e8 must sell the best goods and must sell at the lowest margin of
naon 18 tbe model in quality and prices. It has set the patten: and others must folIow.-Tbe Geneseo Republic
THE LONDON CLOTHING COMPANY.
house. The expectations of the pubi c hWbee l-C Rre" London c,othin8
have erected, but the vast stock or clothing !S IuJa 8paC'U.? 8treroom hi they
by any other dealers west of Chirm m. t . 7 spread before the people and which is not equalled in style and oualitv
BUSINESS FROM THE WORD GO.
. -J f do Clothing company, of Rock fcland. in the few months U has been doing business in thatcilv has built nn .
e eH lr8de throughout this section of the country. The company i. composed of men who thorougW
new. and therefore, know just what to buy that wiM suit their customers. They buy in large quantities as thet 111? utll .
Island and brought down prices, and are the acknowledged leaders in first-class clothing and eent's furnishing y&,
Having so recently established this store you may be sure you are getting new goods and the latest styles Whv nfv I llKt
two prces for a suit when you can get this high class clothing for on! half the price. You need I no ev fear iK, ! k
SSSSSSS: "ft " "T Pri" n 8D SortiClel9 CDe &nd lhe Eame to -1L SiSVw'ui find torn
nvingrightup to all they ssy in their advertisement. Cambridge Chronicle.
.hJj0ndonClolning Company is announcing its spring opening on Saturday morning, when something tew in its nr
.h 6urpr'8e9. bC "cted- ? 59 8is monlo w e London was opened in this city, and made JeeD, oeoofe
open their eyes by treating them to music and pretty souvenirs in tbe store and a procession on tne streets Thfa L i
lowed by a pie eating contest which thronged the street on Thanksgiving day and a guess contest wtich culminated aN
Year's. And all the time the immense show windows have been rendered attractive by a buccSS.1
tableaux to show off the wealth of attractive goods to adyantaee. the latest notion being a whole family asleep 8urround
Zl "'''"Pty furnishings, with myriad of yellow colored electric "Su at nfgS "ws
f rn mf 08e.pht le PrcP1?. wide-awake business men ard are only happy when things are humming They m
a metropolitan stock of fine clothing, which they sell at wonderfully low prices, and by their enterprise in advertising and
keeping the goods to back their promise?, attract people to the city from far and near. Daily Union. and
, wf,lbe!?.i busIne83 house in lhe cities of Rock Island. MoJinc and Davenport that deserves the support of the cirs
l f ft l "ounding country, it is the London Clothing Compaq of Rock Island, who made their advent in L cUv
I i ,ej peDed Up an 'enne to the hearts of the pePle at lne vef-T fir8t bT eir extreme liberality, truthful ad vertis
ing and courteous treatment of customers. .,. A new era dawned for the trinities when they opened thS eteewt .tore
hl Urt Bt tbCy h,aVC 8t"i8htwy the affections of the city people and thir "country cEs - TheJ
a'C -A1 aDd ?TAi?m 6te room fil,.ed Vxb R00ds from tne lowe8t Ped garment up to the dressiwt weddine ont!
. " w uvaniage oi ignorance in a nuyer. Dut ratner lend their oractical advice when asked The T i,;.
reputation is spreading, and the proprietors are reaping a just reward for giving the people a first class clothine store At th!
present season they are offering such bargain as only their establishment can. and the fkrmer. work ngman business nfanr
gentleman of leisure can be fully suited at the very lowest prices at the great London Clothing Company store in RoS Sland
In proof of this go and investigate. Orion Times. p ' re ,a K0CK 'nd.
, ' AN EXTENSIVE CLOTHING HOUSE,
ct.i?00 3Snd,ia Particularly fortunate in having secured the location in her midst of a clothing firm who carry such a I.
tK in OctoSasT &nd RenerUS PriDCiple8 " d the Londoa Clog Co., wh! opened ?u "th7ir lare atoe
This enterprising firm have .by their extensiye and liberal advertising, backed up by correct business method: and
pnees. built up for themselves an immense business which seems to grow during every month of theliT stay in tbe ckr
fnrtii . 8'!m?.tinie tbey .h8Ve indirectly. bA none tbe less potently, aided in attracting many customers to Rock Island who
yr ded ln 8,6ter JCIU8- T,he effect It their liberal advertising is felt in all lines of trade in Rock Island and in This
way the London have made themselves public benefactors. - r na ln wia
k Jlhen.iD totWQ feuw dJB ago we were surprised to see the elegant stock displayed in their windows and on their connter.
t Url Vl,te,ia l th.reC 2,UieS a"empU 8UJh dUpIsT' aad h i8 f8ir t0 Pm. that they either h.vn' Tth. gooda to .how
?h nthe la8tea?,d enterPse t0 put "em firwd . Everything here is done on a metropolitan plan and yeS few cities 7n
fp . to-OTdot&S? f ChlCaS St' L0Ui8 b0aSt ' 8l0re 1U 8UPerir Ual -S?iS t? make
whic?Dthey SnpSSSSSS " LDd0D' " gd8 " 1W " hM
"THE LIGHTS O LONDON."
wh.I?lrinS at lhe Sorgeous red lights in the big windows of the London Clothing Company the other evenin a man aakpd
otiSi WM t0ld that WM "Tb L!Bht8 " Lnd0n' ADd U Wa' f0r ,UreI"d SSSfc for crowd.
h. 1 mfl.7Tr ?erPIL0pi,2,., the LondPn Clothing Company, Mr. Leveen and Mr. Joseph, came here and secured a lot 40
inne bfg room ,d bUmng' ad " P bigSUre C0VeriBlf the wbole widlh of d 2?STfa? depS. lu
.---It !8 " jW a!"nt 8i n,onih? 8ince the proprietor, opened a big stock of gooda there and created a novel aenaaUoa hw thir
original and unique modes of display in theitf enormon. windows, there being some new display every hwwX In hlimJi
and fitung np their .tore they distributed agftod deal of money here for lablr and tgmllttZ
KVSSfcfiSSSS f 800411 eam for waee ever' They Lo k-ASSISE
And they have an enormous stock of go4ds in the line of men's and boy.' clothing of aU sort, all kind. Af''B.rf....;'
SS rrraU.tetcfUnii8h,nR ,U'Pende"' UjV ""d
- Tbey draw a large trade from 50 mile, abound na. on both aide, of the river It ia nlaia tfcr ,vt. ' ' ..
helped the town . good deal; helped every Wad of bnalnes. in the iXZSSEL when people iEtotfXZ
ing tbey buy other thinga. and everybody iniowni. incidentally benefitted. B aoroaa to mj cloth-
""s ""Jir vijuuauicaa, w nome nere. it neins everybody. Rocklilandpr. -
CHICAGO AND ALTON BOYCOTTED.
Result of the Quarrel Over Commluloll
to Agents. . t -
New York, April ia The Chicago and
Altou now stands alone, boycotted by the
various railroad associatioas for its de
termination to pay commissions to agent'
and ticket scalpers. The Chicago, Bur
lington and Quincy availed itself yester
day of the br.ef grace granted it by the
board of rulings at its meeting on Tues
day and sent a telegram to the board
Agreeing to conform to its decision.
The matter, so far as the C. B. and Q
is concerned, is regarded as settled. The
position of the Clitcago and Alton re
mains unchanged. On Wednesday next,
unless the Chicago and Alton repents of
its present stand, the threatened boycStt
Will go into effect.
Will Make It Warm Cor the Koad.
AU of its tickets will be taken oS sale
by the sixty-one roads in the boycott
movement. Time tables will be taken
from tbe cases and baggage will not be
checked through over the Alton to any
point on its line by the other roads. "We
could control the ticket scalping evil,"
said Commissioner Farmer, of the
board of rulings, "were it confined to
our own agents, but it is tbe three oat-
aiders, these scalping brokers, who cause
the most trouble." He added: "I will say.
however, that Aew lork was never fcZree
of the scalping system as at present. -There
are fewer commissions paid to-day.
t ban there bas been since railroading got
to be a business."
Tbe American National bank of Macon.
Ga., capital rUO.000, has been authorized
to begin business.
Four thousand three, hundred and
thirty-two steerage passengers arrived in
New York Thursday.
The Pewabic mine, at Calamet, Mich.,
is ou fire. The lire is believed to have
been caused by incendiaries. ' -
The trial of Cbauncey M. Depew and
the other indicted directors of the New
Haven railway has been adjourned for ten
days from April a.
The engagement of Ogden Armour, eld
est son of tP. D. Armour, of Chicago, to
Miss Sheldon, a belle of Murray Hill, New
York, is announced.
C. B. Stoughton, a New York pension
agent, has been fined $500 for charging a
soldier's widow $1,000 for collecting a
pension of $2,200 for her.
Dr. J. O. Stanton, a prominent physician
of Washington City, died of pneumonia
Thursday, twenty-four hours after being
taken with ttie dread disease.
QAfter a be.ivy bout with the flowing
bowl David Kimball, agent at Omaha of
the Chicago and Northwestern railway
shot himself dead in a public bathroonf.
Bradley's nitro-glycerine works at Fe.
trolia, Out, vere blown up Wednesday
night, and the remains of three employes
were scattered over five.acres of ground.
Dave Nicely, who was-hanged at Homer--set.
Pa , April 2, for the murder of Her
man Umoerger, confessed before his
death to being present when tho murder
A freight train on the Wisconsin Cen
tral was thrown from the track at Ver
non, Wis., Thursday morning, killing the
fireman and fatally injuring tbe conduc
tor and engineer.
Andrew Carnegie was arrested Wednes-r.
day on a bench warrant, at Pittsburg, for .
failing to obey a summons to appear in
land case at Newcastle, Pa. He arranged "
the matter and started at once for New
Tbe terms of four Democratic governors)
in northern states expire with this year.
Successors to HilL of New York; Camp
bell, ot Ohio; Boies, of Iowa, and Ab
bstt, of New Jersey, will be elected in No
vember. J. Andrews, superintendent of the
Metropolitan Insurance company at Pitts- .
burg, Pa., is charged with assault on a
typewriter girl in his employ. He slipped
np behind her and kissed her. He was
sent to jaiL
Big salaries to first-class base ball men
re again in order. An so a will draw $13,-'
000 this year; John Ward gets $7,000; Mike
Kelly, $0,030; Clarkson, $5,000 on a three
years' contract, and a cash bonus of $3,503; .
Caruthers, .,000; Buck Ewine. $6.0QO;
Tim Keefe. $4.U00: Brouthera. J4.O0O: RielU
Death of Lew Wallace's Brother.
ISWAjf APOU3, April 10. William Wal
lace, postmaster of this citv. diid Thnm.
day morning, aged C4 years. He belonged
to one of Indiana' great families, being a
son of tbe late Governor David Wallace.
ite was at one time a law partner Of
.t.eJ'S .teeeriendn, a fine trade which .how. the p.WW arWlate.
M.B.a,M..uiuv vi uiu uuuacBB una. i uev nave Knocxea oat biffh nrraa. and in tMa v.i. .
tor.. They ere reeeivinir immi. i.n' M.4n . I ,v i:T7Zt-, . W8T are puUio benefac-
goodt beinc nnrchaaed in tha aatni m.rVet. tn., ...v i ...t . ' . uolrw0 ic.ecuon. -The
i.tk th. d... , fa 7- -JTaZT. r. ir :KZST?: IUCJ e aavanuge over am til deaiera
" mw hwvnhhi m Kifoat Mia uaucui ik. uunir 11 th inn nraiyia vviat. iknartna tm n. ie.. .
ev - : O r.Kv. w hvuuvui ii Mi wuu Ul IOOr.-BU KArtaM
Chicago, April 9.
The nilnt.it inn . mi th. .A A
wre as follows: Wheat No. April, opened
S1.04U. closed Sl.ajai: J!v nnonl i rnu.
closed il.OtUc: Jul v. onened aiu ii
$1.U. Corn So. 2 April, opened BTc closed
66-$c; May, opened 64c closed 66J$c; July
openeaiHc, closed ns-fa. Oats-No. S Hay.
nneniwl 'Lu.r r'ttiaA iw. T .. 1 i
Closed ft! Wo: fiontemhor . j
8ac Pork -May, opened tli.flO, closed $1&40;
July, opened . 13 12-4, closed $12.9iU; Septem
ber, opened $1153. closed S13KI t.i-'i4
May, opened Satfii dosed $8.75. '' v . -.
JUve stock Following were the prices at
the Union stock yards: Hogs Market opened
hght grades, U 5&5.a); rough packing. Lli
uuxru, h.ouj!j.ju; aeary packing
auipping Kis, M.Wt pigs, Kiliat 95.
raura: oarar-rancy separator. Z5o
lb; fresh dairies, 22324c; packing stock. Ilia
lie Eggs Strictly fresh, Uo per do live
poultry Chicvena, 10c per lb; dacks, llUc;
turkeys, mixed lots, 12&I3c; geese. S4.00ie.00
peruoa. rratHMs-wmterose, 1-IS 2,1. 14 per
ba; Hebron, f Ll.Tfil.lS; Peerless. $L0aL10.
Bireet potatoes Illinois Jerseys, $3.00$3m.
fatilii i in mnA mIiaww ?rrvav
bbl;ell and Lag-lea, $8 0)3.01. Apples Cook
in; a O04i4.ro per bbl; eaUng, KiOSUOr
fancy varieties, 5L5n&-Sl
New Yorfc. " .
NewYobk. April 9.
Wheat No, t red winter cash. L18Kv do
May, $114; do Jane. $1.134; do July, Stbtt:
Aagnstt $l.u-,J4 Corn Ka mixed casbv 80c:
do. May, rie-, do June, Tlc; do July, H)Uq.
Oats-Dnll but steady; No. i- mixed esaw
WW do May, 8094c; do July. 6v Hr3-Jn.
Bartoy-DuU. Pork-Duii; new mass, f ais
uara-vmet; May, 94.96; JaQe, SJ
Mumua, uw9-iarK( steady, bat
M-apins; in oeeves; arossed beer. Inn: ni
s4o v m. Boeep ana utmus e m,
aWV;laabs ashade hisUor; mwhortf- C
J- uunt , f.S0i3&ah, clipped. dois