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Rock Island Daily Ai:
FOL. XXXIX. NO. 147
ROCK ISLAND, SATUBDAY, APRIL 11. 1891.
Single Copies 5 Centa
Per Week IZH Cents
Can any one deny that the London has brought down the price of clothing?
Can any one deny that the London has busted up a certain combination in
Can any one deny that the London has by far the largest assortment to select from?
Can any one deny that the London is building up a large trade by square and
Can any one deny that the London is a great benefit to Rock Island.
Can any one deny that the London guarantees their prices the lowest or money
Can any ond deny that the London is the best clothing house to deal with?
Can any one deny that the London has the most complete line of Gents' Furnishing Goods?
-Can any one deny that the London has the very latest styles in Hats and Caps?
Can any one deny that the London will compare goods and prices with the whole universe?
Gan any one deny that the London has saved you many a hard earned dollar?
Can any One Conscientiously
People's Money Savers and
Deny the Above
Leaders in the Clothing Trade.
THE ARMY ROLL OF HONOR.
Officers and Men . Who Distinguished
Hie nisei res in 18SG.
Washington Cur, April 11. The war
department has published a circular
sigued by Maj. Gen. Schofield, giving the
names of the officers and enlisted men of
the army who distinguished themselves
by "specially meritorious acts of conduct
in service" during the year 1S84 Those
receiving mention were as follows: Capt.
Emniett Crawford, Capt Mariot H.
Maus, Maj. It. F. Bernard, Capt Thomas
C. Leho, Lieut P. IL Clark, Capt O. A.
P. Hatfield, Sergt. Samuel Adams, Sergt.
Samuel H. Craig, Lieut. I AL Brett,
Private James Manning, Lieut CoL H.
W. Lawton, Capt and Assistant Surgeon
Leonard 'Wood, Lieut. A. S. Smith, Lieut.
R. D. Walsh, Lieut. Cas B. Gatewood,
and Capt. Charles L. Cooper. Host of these
officers distinguished themselves in the
campaigu against the Apache Indians
Gen. Bosecrans is rapidly recovering
from his recent indisposition.
The first spring cyclone wrecked a
number of buildings near Nevada, Mat
The First National bank of Catawissa
Pa., capital $50,000, has been authorized
to begin business.
The Cincinnati stock yards, covering
ten acres, were burned Friday night, caus
ing a loss of t40,000.
Charles Siireve, 86 years old, committed
suicide by banging at Lincoln, Ills.,
Friday the treasury department pur
Ceased 355,000 ounces of silver at from
97 to 08 cents per ounce.
Raphael Semmes, the Confederate com
mander of tue famous Confederate cruiser
Alabama, is to bave a monument at
Gen. John W. Foster and Premier Cas
tillo, of Spaiu, have agreed upon a reci
procity treaty between the United States
and Cuba. v, ,
The charges against George Gibson, late
secretary of the whisky trust, are being
investigated by the United States grand
jury at Chicago.
A cablegram from Florence, Italy, re
ceived in Chicago Friday, announced the
death of Gen. illiam E. Strong. He
was 50 years of age.
Attorney General Miller who had been
nnder the weather for a few days, was at
his desk in the department of justice at
the national capital Friday.
William Boles, who killed a police
man at Kenton, O., on March 31, was
taken from the jail at that place Thurs
day night by a mob and banged.
The inhabitants of the Island of Ja
maica, a dependency of Great Britain, are
calling on their government to give them
reciprocity with the United States.
John Ernst, who lived on West Four--teenth
street in Chicago, made an unsuc
cessful attempt to murder bis wife, Fri
day, after which he fatally shot himself.
Ex-State Treasurer McFetridge, of Wis
cousin, in the suit brought against him to
recover interest on state funds, acknowl
edges to having received $110,000 from that
source. He claims that it is his by right
Rev. Luther II. Gulick, for nearly forty
years a missionary in foreign lands, died
in Springfield. Mass., Thursday. He was
the son of the pioneer missionary to the
Sandwich Islands, Rev. Peter J. Gulick.
llirth of the Tatent System.
Washington Cut, April 1L Yester
day being the 100th anniversary of tb
establishment of the American patent
system, the patent centennial committee
recognized the day by inviting the mem
Mount Vernon. During the trip addresses
were ueiiverea oy jjr. j. m. Toner.'ot
this city on "Washington as an Inventor,"
aud by Hon. Ben Butterworth on "Effect
of Our Patent System on the National
Developemeut of the United States." The
finul session of the congress was held last
night, a number of addresses delivered,
the American Association of Inventors
and Manufacturers organized, and Dr.
Gatling elected president
An Association Cm pi re "Fired."
ST.Loris, April 11. President Kramer.of
the American association, h:is notified Will
1 im Gleason that hU services will not be
required hereafter. Glenson's unsatis
factory decisions iu the St. Louis-Cincinnati
game of Wednesday lait is the cause
of his removal.
Chicago, April 10.
The quotations on the boar J of tradt to-day
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?l.UGi;, closed $1.03; May, opened Sl.03:
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vuo -b'-w.-ir, ujv, upeuoa ?LV Closed
67sc; May, opened es.'sc, closed July,
opened Klc, closed Stc; July, opened 5UJfcj,
closed 51iic: SentemWr. ampim! as-
35Hc. Pork May, opened S li 40. closed
812.4 Ju!y, opened 51290, closed 112.821$;
September, opened and closed 8 Li 35. Lard
May, opened 86.72$, closed 18-70.
- u6 notv mi pnuvs at
the Union stock yards: Hogs Market opened
active and firm; best grades 5c higher; light
graues, ooua za; rougn packing, Ji.602,4.85;
mixed. fiS art- h.. - u; j
- .t- , 1 (nuuitg uu oiiir-
ping lots, 8t.iW35.40; pigs. S3.203H.7i
t-roauee: Butter I-ancy separator,- S5c per
lb: fresh dai ritw. 22324- nirlrinn fnv ns
13c. Eggs Strictly fresh, 13c pw dot Live
poultry Chickens, 10c per lb; ducks, ll(S12c;
turkeys, mixed lots, 12313c; geese, Jt.00je.00
per dot Potatoes White rose, SL16 51.18 per
bu; Hebron, $L13c3L18; Peerless, $L0jl.ia.
Sweet potatoes Illinois Jerseys. t 00 43.50.
Ppanharmaa Tin 11 ttrsA Iiamw EiVa O v .
wm Mtu kunuj, V.r&O.VJ pw
bbl; bell and buglea, $S 00&9.UJ. Apples Cook
ing, ea00a4.00 per bbl; eating, $4.505.00;
New York, April 10.
Wheat No. 2 red winter cash, $L18; do
May. $L13i; do June. 11.11; do July. $L0$;'
do May, "3ic. do June, 71Hc; do July, 70c!
6996c; do July. Wc. Rye Nominal Barley
Nominal. Pork-Dull; mew, f 13.75 &14.00
tor new. Lard-Stealy; May, K95; June,
Live Stock: Cattle-Trading slow but prices
firm; poorest to best native steers. $o.o5&8.00
V 100 tts; Oolorados, $5.15; bolls and drv cows.
v.uiuu.. duooj uu umis-grading active
and prices steady; nn shorn sheep, SAAOgJ.QO
V 100 s; cUpped do, $t.5035.T5; unshorn
Umb f.Mca8.0U; clipped do, f5.50a.7. Hogs
Nominally steady; live nogs, K&o&W iu)