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VOL. XXXIX. NO. 156
ROCK ISLAND, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1S91.
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 lhat 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 tint the London is the best clothing house to deal with?
Can any one deny tint the London has the most complete line of Gents' Furnishing Goods
Can any one deny tint 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
The People's Money Savers and
Deny the Above
Leaders in the Clothing Trade.
GEN. SHERMAN'S WISHES.
Ho Asked Got. Uoutt to See That No Hat
Was Circulated for Him.
DEXTElt. Cclo., April 22. The circula
tion o a subscription for a monument for
tbe grave of Gen. Sherman, as announced
from New York, brings out tbe utterance
of a protest against the movement from
Governor Routt, of Colorado, who was one
of the late general's most intimate friends.
Gen. Sherman once said to Governor
Routt: "If you outlive me, I want you to
see that no hat is circulated for me. 1
have plenty for Ellen bis wife and the
children. I have got my burying lot iu
St. Louis, the deed to which is in my
trunk, and I want you to see that no hat
is circulated for me or mine."
The National Academy of Sciences is iu
session at the national capital.
George Gray, a well-known lawyer of
Dubuque, la., died Monday, aged 1:5
Great excitement is reported in South
Dakota over the discovery of gold iu tiio
J. S. Clarkson has sold a half interest
in The Iowa State Register to his brother,
R. P. Clarkson, for fSo.OOO.
Dr. J. E. Hestep, ex-township treas
urer, is under arrest at Manistique, Mich.,
charged with embezzlement. -
Robert M. White, while drunk at Del
den, Tex., used his revolver too freely.
William Millsap called his bluff witha
shotgun. The coroner was notified.
One hundred and fifty street-car con
ductors and drivers at Detroit struck
Tuesday morniug, aud the only car's run
ning in that city are under police protec
tion. AVhile a gang of young hoodlums were
plaguing a half-witted fellow, iu Rankin
county, Miss., Monday, he turned loose
ou them with a shotgun. Three of them
will probably din.
Dr. Lawson J. Baldwin, of Fairfield,
la., who was found guilty of the murder
of Mattie Rodabaugh, and sentenced to
peniteutiury, secured a new trial, aud
was acquitted Monday.
Bishop Gilmour, of the Roman Catholic
church, was buried with great pomp at
Cleveland, O., Tuesday, a great multitude,
with niany distinguished prelates of the
church from other cities, being present.
A family of movers going from Tennes
see to Texas, camped for the night in
Boone county, Ark. A mountain centi
pede was boiled with the coffee for supper, .
and the motber and two children were
Some miscreant wrecked u passenger
train ou the Alabama and Great Southern
railway near Spnngville, Ala., Monday
night, and killed the engineer, John Cot
tou, and the fireman, Charles George. No
passeugen were hurt.
Another battalion of the famous En
glish "Grenadier Guards" stationed near
London, Tuesday morning refused to
obey au order of their officers to turn out
for parade. The- discontent is said to
have been growing for a long time.
The Italian consul at New Orleans says
that ail but two of the men massacred at
the jail there last month were Italian sub
jects. Some had voted, but this was duo
to the sharp practice of the American pol
itician and the iguorauce of the Italians.
Adolf Kraus, prominent as a supporter
of Carter II. Harrison in the recent Chi
cago city election, has sued The Herald for
libel in charging him with" attempting to
bribe the judges of an election precinct to
return their preciuct for Harrison. He
says no will sue other papers. Ho wants
j0,0oo from The Herald.
Gould ot Given to Bombast.
New Yoke, April 2. "Wall street en
joyed a quiet laugh Monday over a re
ported interview with Jay Gould, in
which he is made to express himself with
a good deal of bravado, saying, among
other thincs. that he nvti,in
Everybody who knows Mr. Gould herd
says the interview is a "fake," and that
Mr. Gould never used such lnn.m 1 era I J a
is not given to bombast of any kind.
Looking for McPherson in Denver.
Dexveb, Colo., April 22. -Page Mo
Phersou, the head of the firm of McPher
Bon, Switzer & Co., mining brokers of St.
Louis, aud also treasurer of the St. Louis
Mining exchange, who is pIihttoH win.
embezzling ?25,U0J, is said to be hiding in
.Denver, anu me poiic9 and detectives are
hunting hii?li and low for him.
Chicago, April 2i.
The quotations on the board of trado to-day
were as follows: Wheat Xo. 2 April, opened
81.14T& close:! 51 1-Nr May. opened JLli
closed .fl.llJi; July, opened 81.13, closed
Corn No. 2 April, opened 73c, closed
7254: May. opened Tij. closed TlJc: July
opened closed CTc Oats-No. 3 May)
opened STAfie, closed June, oiened 56fec!
closed 55Uc; July, opened closed 6Jc
Pork-May, opened 812.97.. cloned $12.70;
July, opened 13.32!;, closed $13.05; Sep
tember, opened lli closed H3.4. Lard
May, opened JS..), closed $0,834.
Live stock -Following wera the prices at
the l.nion siocs yards: Hogs-Market opened
10c Mower: liht erodes, S4.500 &5.30; rough
packing, $t.7.l.3J; mixed. 817035.30; heavy
packing and shipping lots, S4.90A5l35; nigs.
Cattle -Beef steers, S4.6X&8.3), stockersand
feeders, i2,i4.7'); cows and bulls, 82.0O&4.5O
calves, $2.iX)aU). Sneep-ln good demand:
Produce: Butter-Fancy separator, 23o per
lb; fresh dairies, 21322c; packing stock. 11
13c Eggs -Strictly fresh. 1231214,5 per do.
Live poultry Chickens, Uc per lb; ducks, 1(X .
lie; turkeys, mixed loU ll3J3c; geese, K00
8.00per doz. Potatoes White rose. 8L10A
1.13 per bu; Hebron, 81.1031.12; Peerless,
J1.05&L10. Sweet potatoes Illinois Jerseys,
f3.O0CiJ3.5a Apples-Cooking, $M)l.M per
bbl; eating, StjJJijO); fancy varietias, $A50a
New York, April 21.
Wheat No. 2 red winter cash. 81-264; do
May, 51.235$; do June, 81.21; do July, 8LI8J4.
Corn No. 2 mixed cash, 85c: do May, SOMc
do July, 714c. Oats-Vuiet; No. 2 mixed cash!
2; do May, ;62t;c; do July, 614c Ryo
-Dull. Barley-DalL Pork -Dull; mess, US0
14-UJ sor new. i,ard-Ouiet; May S7 0H
July, f7.32. 5'-uo,
Live Stock: Cattle-Market steady, but no
trading In beeves; dressed beet, firm; native
sides. 8V6410C 9 lb. Sheep and Lambs-Little
trading iu sheep; lambs, clippod 6.25&8.40 V
100 lbs. Hogs-Market steady; live hogs. 1 4.3J
5.41 9 100 &. . .
What is more attractive than a pretty
face with a fresb. bright comp'eiion? Por
it, use Pozzonl"a Powder.
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