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VOL. XIXIX. NO. 150
KOCK ISLAND, WEDNESDAY, APJUL 15 1S91.
Single Copies B Cents
Per Weak 12K 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 den)' that the London will compare goods and prices with the whole universe?
Gan any one den' that the London has saved you many a hard earned dollar?
Can any One Conscientiously
That Cannot Be Denied.
People's Money Savers and
Deny the Above
Leaders in, the, Clothing Trade
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LABOR TROUBLES ON THE LAKE.
The Vessel Owner at Chicago Combine
- Against the Union.
Chicago, April 15. The Lake Michigan
Vessel Owners' association has held a
meeting in the Lumberman's exchange on
South Water street, and decided to estab
lish an Independent shipping office where
sailors will be engaged regardless of the
rules laid down bjr the Lake Seaman's
Benevolent association. There was a
large attendance of members, and delega
tions of ship owners from Muskegon,
Racine, and Kenosha were also present.
Prospects of a Pretty Fight.
The board of directors appointed to con
fer With thfi SpAmcn'fl IT n inn lTrrta,1 t-Umtr .
severallmeetings had been held which were
irumess ol resaic, as tne sailors demand
ed t'3 per day and the employment of none
but union men. Bath Ha an nnnr n
ganized for the struggle, and the owners
have levied an assessment of 20 cents per
ton for the aunnnrfc nf r.ha ahinnSn r.fn
r- I'r" " a vuimi,
against 6 cents, which was the rate last
year. The seamen believe they can win
the fight, which promises to be a decided
ly warm one.
La Grippe has mr.de its appearance In
Ei jht fit t.hA lSn finainfua tiAiiea 4m
Latham, 111?., were burned Monday.
t-nolera is raging at Aleppo and influ
enza of a malignant form in Constantino-
The crin i.q arratn pnir?Amio in Mia nnMh
of England. The death rata nf TTnll Vina
doubled. . ; .
Drodat Tavlor. n. vptpran nf fha mr nP
1812, died Monday night in Chicago. He
was in hi3 100th year.
Herman W- Rlanrhnrd an iiuvlifA f
Garrison in the abnliti
at Neponset, Mass., Monday, aged 80.
uy a tire Monday in Angsberg, Bavaria,
$800,000 worth of nrnnprfv mq riaatrnvojl
and over 500 persons thrown out of work.
The Dublin Freeman's Journal says that -
Justin H. McCarthv
f a wWU vm. ua? nuv-i,ai-
nell leader, has become a convert to Budd
hism. Tbe no lire anil nnltlipN HicnaiAil . maU
of 1O.CO0 striking weavers In Bradford,
England. Mondav. ni1nn Tuaelav h
strikers were very angry and sulky.
L-barles bnell was killed by a train
On the St. Palll rnnri at. nsenlninAci ifmat
- v.ug...ut.0 OblTCV,
Chicago. TuesdaV. Hi font nantrht. In a
frog and he was unable to escape the ap-
The Dublin National
nell, says, referring to the offer of the Ir
ish in America to arbitrate the difficulty,
that the time for negotiation Is past, and
iiwugui muss go on.
The rumor that there was apprehen
sions that the bodv of P T Rai-nnm
would be stolen is a "fake." To afe.l tha .
great showman's remains the thieves
would need a derrick plant.
A fortune of $6,000,000, coming to the
heirs of Isaac Phillips, who died in 1334;
depended for its proper division upon a
family Bible, which could not be found.
It was finally remembered that ' it was
used iu a coffin as a pillow uuder the head
of one of the family, a woman, who died
iu ISM. The grave was opened, the coffin
found and the Bible recovered, and now
Mr. Sydney Hepdricks, who lives at Chi
cago, and two brothars living in Massa
chusetts will each receive $2,000,000.
Base Ball Spalding Resign.
Chicago, April 15. A. G. Spalding, who
for nine years has been president of the
Chicago base ball club, declined a re
election at the annual meeting yesterday.
His reasons were that he had earned a
rest; that he had been connected with
base ball as player, captain, manager, sec -petary
and p resident for twenty-six years,
and had devoied more of his time to base
ball than to his personal business. He
wanted to retire two years ago, but
stayed to see the fight with the Brother
hood throuch and tinw tut v: :
ion, it was plain sailing for the League he '
ua musu step out. James A.
Hart was elected to succeed Mr.' Spalding.
Sliver Cerliflcates and the Direct Tax.
Washington Crrv, April 15. -Assistant
Treasurer "Whelnlev vesterdav rrpi vw? a
telegram from Boston to tha
the Boston bankers fear a "monetary dis
turbance" if the share of Massachusetts'
direct tax is nairl in cilt. A ..t.n
lbey express a preference for gold notes.
""""" .treasurer neipiey replied that
the amount due Massachusetts would be
paid in the currency most mnvinunt
Stanley To Be Governor of Congo. ,
BBCSSELS. ADril 15. Th F.fnila
8a5"8 that Henry M. Stanley has been ap
pointed governor of the Congo state.
, . Chicago, April 14.
The quotations on the hoard nf j
were aa fnllnara- VV"h.. a . -.
SSL SL..!iJH ciS
opened 55Ur HaH kat; t " - 7
ass?" s? a
'uly. ocened iai rirA tnio... T,
ber. opened 813.80, lid uS lid
May, and opened closed $48.
, i Dun;r-r-ancy separator, tia per
13c. ETSu YXS-
"'TT per aox Lave
poultry-Cbickena, 10c per lb; dcksTllai2c
turkeys, mixed tots, 12ai3c; geese, StOOaflLOJ
per do. Potatoes-White rose. $L15ai.l da,
bu; Hebron, $1.1L18; Peerieal JLOsina
Sweet poUtoes-IUinois Jerseys. $3.003.6
STri0VBoH'nl cherrT- 5-.OOper
Dbl: bnll mnrl trifrlai C.it'aaLt . . M r.
big, $3.004.(W per bbl; eating. K3i00;
May. ILU; do June, $1.13; do July, $1.104.
Corn No. 2 mixeri o.h im. a -J' rT
- su u, wjhc; ao May. euUc- nn
July 69c Rye-UnU. Barley-DulV Pork
r?1: SliSOailOO for new. Lard
Quiet; May, $7.00; July, $7.35.
Live Rtrx-k- i.u..w a . .
. . , - i iirm. put HO
trading ta beeves; naUve sides, 8a9W0 m i.
Sheep and Lamoa.-M.rket dmt uTSbkaw
Time U monej. -- .