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VOL. XXXIX. NO. 153
KOCK ISLAND, SATURDAY, APRIL IS 1S91.
Single Cople 5 Cent
Fer Week llMe Gents
NEW JErtaEY HOSPITALITY.
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 stylesln Hats and Caps?
Can any one dany 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?
The People's Money Savers and
Deny the Above
Leaders in the Clothing Trade.
A Distressed Woman Refused Refuge.Her
Own Sex Objecting.
IvErPOKT, X. J., April 18. About 3
o'clock Wednesday morning the family ot
Edward Knapp was awakened by the
constant ringing of the"' front door.
Mrs. Knapp went to the doorbell and was
startled to fiud there a naked woinaD.
Mrs. Knapp called he husband.;' The
woman told him she had been ill-treated
and wanted some clothing. She had
walked all the way from Freehold, where
she was chased by a man. Mr. Knapp
was about to ask her in, when the women
of the bouse appeared and objected.
Clothing was given' her, and she started
to go away. She returned soon complain
ing that she was very cold, and JUT.
Knapp tore up a strip of carpet and .
wrapped it about ber. Then di left and
has not been seen since.
ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS. .
A fire early Friday in New York city
caused a loss of about (600,000.
Daniel N. Brownwell, an inventor of
Kalamazoo, Mich., died Friday morn
The treasury Friday purchased 300,000
ounces ot silver at irom u.i i to cu.uid
While eating breakfast Thursday Mrs.
Nesbit, of Leclaire, la., shot her husband
and then herself. Both will probably
Texas and Kansas stockmeu have pur
chased SS.COO acres of land ia Missouri,
where they will fatten range cattle on
Georcro and Fred Dunawas were hanged
at Tahlequah, L T., Friday for the mur
der last September Wash Lse, a China
The troubles in the Portuguese cabinet
have been satisfactorily arranged, and
nil the ministers save one retain their
C. S. Davidson, of Hull, has been elect
ed department commander of the Iowa
Grand Army of the Republic. Mrs. Clara
Isichols was elected president ot the
Woman's Relief corps.
Senator Hawley has been talked of for
war secretary in case Proctor resigns in
order to take the Vermont senatorship.
Hawley is non-committal on the subject,
but says be is satisfied to remain in the
John K. Fish, the young man who dis
appeared from Chicago a week ago, was
seen later in Milwaukee, but his present
whereabouts is unknown. He is sup
posed to be wandering about in a de
The Winner Investment company, of
Kansas City, has made an assignment to
Milton W. Moore and Fred W. Perkins.
Its liabilities are very heavy, but its offi
cials say that nobody will lose anything,
even the stockholders being safe.
It Was Serious for Myer. ,
Cincinnati, April IS. Manager Hill is
badly broken up over the serious result of
bis souflW with Allen O. Myers. The latter
was able to be up yesteruay.but the doctors
pronounce his injury permanent and very
dangerous. Mr. Myers said: The doctor
said that in bending me back Hill had
torn my larynx and injured the bronchial
tubes in the lower part of the lungs. He
said that I had also broken a small blood
vessel in the neck. I have had five seri
Killed an I'nkuowu Traiup.
Washington. Ind., April 18 In a col
lision on the Ohio and Mississippi road
yesterday au unknown tramp was killed
and three of the train hands seriously in
jured. Injured in a Runaway.
Ironton, O., April 18 Gen. W. H.
Enochs, member of congress from this
district, was dangerously injured yester
day by a runaway team.
The Weather We May Expect.
Washington Ott. April 18. The following
are the weather indications for twenty-four
hours from p. m. yest-rday: For Illinois
Fair weather Saturday; northwesterly winds;
stationary temperature, except in the extreme
southern portion cooler. For Lower Michigan
Bain: southerly winds; stationary temperature
in southern, warmer iu northern portion. Foi
Upper Michigan and Wisconsin Fair weather
Saturday, except in the eastern Upper Michi
gan light rain; westerly winds; lower temper
ature. For Iowa lair weather; westerly
winds; cooler. For Indiana Rain; cooler in
southern, stationary temperature in northern
portion; easterly winds.
Chicago, April 17.
The quotations cn th e board of trade to-day
were as follows: Wheit X'o. 2 April, opened
Sl.iWH, closed ;1 l'n: May, opened 81.09, .
closed" Sl-l'Jti: .Tuly, opened S1.0714 closed
Corn Xo. 2 May, opened 73ic closed -
72Wc: July, opened (SaC closed 6s6c Oats
Xo. - May, opened btHii, closed 57,ific; June,
opened 5 i'4 close 1 xiH,; July, opened hVp,
closed r4Sc font Jiay, opeuea ?iu, closed
il2.i; Jul-, oined 513.30, closed $13.30; Sep
tember, opened SU.SW, closed $13,157. Lard
May. o!ened J.Oj. c:osed Si.a.j.
Live stock Folio wins were the prices at
the Union stock yards: Hogs Market opened
active and lirm. 5SHJc higher; all parties bay
ing; light prades. $4.6033.30; rough packing.
st.i'JSt.i.wu; mixed, ti J'o-ij; Heavy packing
and shipping lots, H.itiJjri.dO; pigs, $3.2j
Cattle Beef cattle, JLW&6.23; extra steers.
80.30.&6.60; stockers and feeders, 26034.60;
cows and bulls, Ji-73 3.4.50; calves, J2.005.00.
Sheep la lively demand; 1.7i3,S.25; lambs,
Produce: Butter Fancy separator. 25c per
lb; fresh dairies. 213jJc; packing stock, 11(3
13c, Eggs Strictly fresh. 123,12J4c per dot
Lave poultry Chickens, l'Jc per lb; ducks, 10
11c; turkeys, mixed kits, 11 13c; geese, 84.0U
(5.6.03 per doz. Potatoes White rose, SL103
1.12 per bu; Hebron, SI. 10 IK; Peerless, 1
51.0.5tLl'3., Sweet potatoes Illinois Jerseys,
?3.0U(rji.j0. Apples Cooking,. $3UU03.4.(M per
bbl; i-atinx, St jf-Ki-i-OJ; fancy varieties, $5,503
New York, April 17.
Wheat Xo. 2 red winter cash. SL234; do
May, $1.18; do June, $1,151$: do July, SLli,
tl.WJ4- Corn Xo. 2 mixed cash, Sifcjc; do
May, V&c; do June, iic; do 7o?ic Oats
Dull but steady; Xo. 2 nixed cash, 62Hc;
do May, 63c; do July, C2c Kye XominaL
Barley Nominal. Pork Dull but firm; mess,
$13.53.14.00 for new. lard -Quiet; May, $7.15;
July, $7.43. . : '
Live btock: Cattle Trading active at a
shade firmer prices for all grades; poorest to
beat native steers, $.j.058.4u 103 trs; bulls
and dry cows, $200S4.25. Sheep and Lambs
Dull trade for both sheep and lambs; unshorn
sheep,' $5.503,0.80 ft 10J lbs;, clipped do, $4.50
5.M; unshorn lambs, S&50&7.75; clipped do,
$5.60&6.25. Hogs Nominally steady; live hogs.
H.75&5.K V 1110 tw.