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Mock. Island 13aily A
VOL. XXXIX. NO. 149
KOCK ISLAND, TUESDAY, APRIL U 1S91.
Single Copies 5 Cent
Per Week 12)4 Cent
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That Cannot Be Denied.
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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
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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 Deny the Above Facts? No!
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The People's Money Savers and Leaders in the Clothing Trade
', Barry Sullivan, the well-known actor,
IS reported to be dying in London.
Henry Witbeck, tbe well-known lumbei
merchant of Chicago, is dead. He was 7!
years of age. William Hodgson, andthei
old resident of Chicago, lias also passed
A constable named Green waa attacked
by a baud of saloonkeepers in Burlington,
la., .Monday, while ne was serving a
warrant on a liquor seller of that city.
His skull was fractured, and other seri
ous injuries inflicted. '
A passenger train was derailed at Van
port, Pa., twenty-five miles from Pitts
burg, Monday. Four trainmen and a num
ber of passengers are reported injured.
Ex-Minister Phelps thinks the killing
of the Mafia assassins at Xew Orleans
justified by the events that led np to the
Count Lewenhaupt, who married a
daughter of ex Secretary Bavard nn Anril
2, died Monday..
Attorney General Miller is again con
fined to his home at Washino-ton CAtv
There is a move on foot nt Pan Fran.
cisco to establish a mammoth gun mana
facturin nlriut at that citv. for thn nrn.
ductiou of big guns for tbe government. -
Iu his confession iust made niiblii at
Xew Orleans Manuel Politz said that
Chief Hell nesser was kille;. hir loi mnm-
bers or the Mafia, who wera chosen by lot
and enca of whom received Xrom
the society. Politz was one of those mas
sacre i. .
Miss X-'sia Carlstp.it
who fld irom Sweden to this cnnntrir h.
cause he? father wanted her to marry a
neauuy lover much older than herself, is
now iu a position to either retire from tha
stage or set up as a star. The old lover
ba3 just died and lsft her $50,000.
l ne police raided the Hh naw nnrtr
of Pell street Xew York- infects n-iih
opium fieud-i, Sunday night and arrested
thirty-nine younz women and eirU On
of them was recoznized at thestation
house as a married woman.
The falling .Walls of the linrniiw
ton hotel at Omaha SllTd a V lrillA?
fireman and severely injured three others.
. In Doolev was found dead in
roid near Sioux City, Iowa, Sunday. He
was a rich farmer, and KatnrrUir rJA -
lot of hogs and got drunk.
Mrs. Ruth A. McCreortr an-idn-
Lansing. Mich., committed ftnieit-la Run.
day because she was jilted by George
j-uiu, iu vmuiu sue was engaged, to be
William Denrv and W Volcn .-,...
business men of Prairie du Chien, Wis.,
are sunnosen I n mat-a iomi -J J c
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day. 1 hey went duck hunting and their
capsized boat was found, but no trace of
Austria and the World's Fair. --
Yiesxa, April 14. The report of the
Art and Trades association to Marquis
Von Bacquehem, minister of commerc?,
in response to the invitation of the gov
ernment of the United States asking
that Austro-Hungary be represented at
the World's fair at Chicago, was pre
sented yesterday. The report emphasizes
the desire of Austrian manuractuiers to
participate, and requests the government
to bring pressure to bear upon the gov
ernment of the United States to secure
the removal or modification or the Mc
Kingley tariH measures.
The Chicago Drainage Matter.
Springfield, Ills., April li Delegates
from all the towns along the valley of the
Illinois river began arriving here rMtav.
day to attend a meeting to discuss the
Chicago drainage matter. One of theia
said last niLrht that if th i :.
it must be a ship canal, according to the
.iSmoi luuisca gi uicago orators and
agents. Xo mere ditch will do. The n.
ate was in session a few minnt.es mf. '
day, but nothing was done.
The Weather Wo May Expect.
Washington Otv in.ii 1 1 t-i. ,
aretbo weaihar inoications for tu-eT.t-T-.fv..,.
hours from b n. m chm.,. p i
J: air weather TneK.-lu- ni..l- i ? ; .,
colder; the temperature will fall 20 degrees at
UUUHUS. ,cu()n, ana iieoKuK. For In-1
diana and Iliinois-Eain; southerlr, shifting to
westerly wind:B lower
perature wiU fall 2) degress at Chicago and
KnrinrrRnl.l Tit ' C . . "
u.auvau, m. tur u)wer aiiciiigan and
Wtecoasin Rain; winds shifting to north
westerlv and mirier th :n n
20 degress at MUwaukee. For Upper aiichiuan
Lzgut rain m eastern, fair weather in west
ern portion; northerly winds and colder.
Chicago, April la
The Quotations nn the timnl nt j
. i.: icj wur
were as follows: Whmtn .
1.04)& closed ?1 M4; May, opened 9105
i;0'': .Jal' opened 8L03JS. clod
8LW-4. Corn-No. 2 April, opened closed
opened dOt,- closed IMU. tot.v . ,.
opened 54l4e. closed &v I
closed WHc; July, opened Sla, closed 52Jc!
i:u':j ti.&t, cioaea s 12.07)4
! July, opened 12.Ki, closed SLL10- Kf.
ber opened SU.4 closed JU55. Larj
May, opened closed Sa.SJK. ,
Live stock Folio win a u . :
the Union stock vari- nt .
. . . z ""ft" koi. openeu
rather a-tive; best lots were all sold at former
prices, others at 5c decline; light grades, $4 35 '
(sh.-i.Vi-, TOUirh DJllinu 4l!RsliK.i,i ? 1.77.
tti.20; heavy packinz and Kiiinni, i-
54.75a5.4f; pigs, $3.00ai.6X " '
Produce: Buttr-Fancy saparatar, i, per
lb; fresh dairies, 22; packing stock,
,.EgS3rSmctl" fresh per ooa. Uve
Ponltrv Chickens lik. t Ik.
turkeys, tmxed lots, li&Vic; geese, $4.00J.OJ
u.ji. i-otatoes lute rosa. si.isi n
bn; Hebron. tl.LV3.MS: p.-i.,. i,
bweet poUioes Iilinois Jerseva, M00d3 5i)
Cranberries UaH nmi eiiai-.-,. r,. - o
bhl;beU and bugles, SSOU.UX Apples-Cooking,
a0oa4.U0 per bbl: eating, J4.5035 00
fancy varieties, Si.5i)i.5X
n neat X a 2 rtt vrint c 1 ,
Mav. SLUM: do June Vl rX t,.?", ?
Corn Ao. 2 mi-rArl nBa f -
I do July, Tivsc tiCZVT
t f",. ac; do May, ftjo; do
July, 59J6c. Bye-DuU. Barlevlrvnil iZ
Dnll: mew ti3UKiiin ' . . '
Qniet; May, to.9T; July. S78: Anmat
Lave stock: i'mftla Tt , ' ..
. . -. "uj BUW, DUE all
S: Colorarlna 51V Knii. .-J j T-
10a eep-and mrM.;,
aaeep ana iambs; nn-
S4.17mai.a2X; nnshorn lambs. . faa0a7-
I . ', iiuisa nominally
Udy; liv hogs, H30&5.40 (. TTT