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VOL. XXXIX, NO. 155
ROCK ISLAND, TUESDAY, APRIL 21. 1891.
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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
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.
JAY GOiJi-0'3 BOAST. 1 . " ,
(Then It Comes to Kail way Affair Ha
New Yor.K, April 21. A special to The
Tribune Kives an interview had with Mr. .
would in Denver. "Mr. Gould says: "I wish-.;
m emphatically deny th$P-1 am seeking'
to disrupt the Western Traffic association. -While
1 don't deny that such a thins ha
entered my mind more than once, still it
would not be policy for me to do bo. ,
Don't think for a moment that I am
afraid to attempt such a thing. I dare -Mything.
The Santa Fe and Rock Island
ire often in print as very great rivals. It
:s bosh. Neither one of ' these two roads -iaremake
a move without consulting me.
There will be no change in the present
traffic arrangement with the Chicago and
Northwestern, because it would not be poli
;y. I am amused at reports which my
present trip is connected with that of the
Vanderbilt party. They can never get
sontrol of the Chicago and Northwestern.
Mark that. It would not surprise me to
nave them build branches from the Cana
dian Pacific down this way some day.
Rev. Dr. Talmage has shaved off his -Bile
Prof. James K. Thatcher, of Yale uui
rersity, died Monday morning.
A Yale professor has figured out that
Christ will reappear ou earth in March,
The treasury Monday purchased 594,000
ounces of silver at from $0,973 to $ 974 per
Ten thousand coal miners in southern
Iowa threaten to strike for an increase
f wages on May 1.
The City of Charlevoix arrived at Dun
can City,- Mien., Monday morning, the
iirst bout through the straits this season.
' Members of the Ne.w York Union
League club are agitating-a plan to raise
a fund of $100,000 for the" daughters of
Col. Kautz, of the Eighth infantry, has
beeu appointed brigadier 'general of the
Cnited States army, to succeed Gen. John
Georce Dixon, the- colored pugilist,
easily bested Martin Flaberty.of Streator,
Ills., Monday niglit at Battery D., Chi
:ago, before 3,000 people.
French engineers report to the liquida
tor of t he Panama Canal company that
the enterprise can be completed in five
years at a cost of 000,000,030 francs.
Prince Bismarck has consented to stand
for a re-ballot in Geestemunde, but he has '
also consented to become a candidate in
the Lehe district, which is strongly Con
Rev. Thomas James, a widely-known'
negro preacher, died at Rochester, St. Y.,
Saturday. He was born a slave in 1804,
and when 17 years old was traded for a
yoke of oxen.
The Chicago Democrats have concluded
to accept the official count of the ballots
at the city election, and Hempstead Wash
burne will take his seat as mayor next
Angelo G a both, an Italian, killed his
mother-in-law, dangerously subbed her
husband, and was then killed himself by
a son of t he murdered woman at Ho
bokeu, N. J.. Monday. '
The breach of promise suit of Gladys
Evelyn, a London actress, against .Will
iam Henry Hurlbert, was decided in the
latter's favor Monday. A telegraphic er
ror'a few days ago gave the verdict to
The federal court at Chicago has found
a true bill against George J. Gibson,
charged with conspiracy to blowuD the
Shufel lt distillery in that city. If proven
guilty he can be sect to the penitentiary
for three years and fined 5,000.
The strikers in the coke regions ara
making things as uncomfortable as n-
sible for the men at work and officials, bat
noinmg startling happened yesterday.
The coroner's jury presented their verdict
on the Morewood riot, to the effect that
the deputies killed the rioters, but mak
ing no suggestion as to whether the kill
ing was a crime. The labor leaders are
disgusted with the verdict. " '
John B. Cough's TTidow Dead.
Worcester, Mass., April, 81 Mrs.
Mary E. Gough, widow of the late John B.
Gougb, the great temperance lecturer,
died at Hillside farm, in Boyleston, yes
terday, aged 71 years, from paralysis.
Chicago, April 20.
Til ft nnnt.Hnn nn fhn hnarri nt rmAa t..
were as follows: Wluut Kn. 1 Anrii
SL13, closed JLlUfti; May, opened SL1&
closed 51.13;; July, opened - $1.10, closed -.
i-j-- -om no. zjjiay, opened -r&ic, closed
?2c: .fill v oroneri and rlrauH AQSA
Ko. 2 May, opened and closed 56$ic; Jons, ''
opened and closed 56Hc; July, opened 6&4c
closed 53$c. Pork May, opened I12.92U.
closed $12.M7K; July, opened . $13.33, closed
$13.3A$; September, opened $1170, closed "
$13.72. Lard-May, opened 36.95, closed
$6.sej$. ' . - -
Produce: Bitter Pinra u.i..ni
lb; fresh dairies. 2122c; packing stock, 11&
i-ssn-oincuj iresn, per dox.
Live poultry Chickens, IDo per lb; ducks, 1041 -
11c: tnrVova mtrMl Infra 1l3tla. . .
6.00 per dos. Potatoes White rose, L10a
per ou; neuron, ai.iuai.ls; Peerless,
$1.0ia.LU Sweet potatoes Illinois Jersey.
S3.0OliiJ.5O. Antilni-nnliino mim
bbl; eating, ftaOaiOJ; fancy varieties, $&50$
Live Stock -Polio win or
the Union stock vrd TT u..l
6c lower; light grades, $4.805.30; rough pack-.
. (uw4.u; mixed. $4.802,5.35; heavy
packing and shipping lots, $ijai45; pUta.
Cattle Beef tAra IsaVMiri' . v. -a
feeders. 2tj4.70; cows and bulis, $i 0024. 50
calves, $2.00a5.0A Sheep-Trade active; $5.0U
Sew York. .
New York, AprU aa
Wheat No. 3 red winter cash, $1.27; do
May, $1.23; do June, $L21H; do July, $HTi;
In Ancrnar X1 1A fVv. xr. a : ji r
auji v . vuiu nut t? uuscU nil II,
67c; do May, 62c; do June, !4c; do July, 7&4c.
Oats Ho. 2 mixed cash, 63e; do May,
83tfc; do June, ffijc Bye Dull. Barley '
DulL Pork-uiet; mess, $iai54M.03i ijwd
t'uwi, jumj, v-ia, iuiy, .
Live Stock: Cattle Trading opened active
but closed dull; poorest to best native steers,
$5.5a.W $ lOil lbs; bulla and dry eows, $2.50
6-Si Sheep and Lambs Brisk .-' and active
trade; unshorn sheep, $3.50i&6.W V 100 a;
clipped do, St.505.75: unshorn lambs, $0.50Ci '
8.0J; clipped do. $5.12H8-5a Hogs-Market
steady; live hogs, KsOiiey, K a
Bare 'care for dyspepsia, chewing gam,
AU the best brands at KreTl & Matb'a.
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