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Rock Island Daily Argu
VOL. XXXiL NO. 194
ROCK ISLAND, THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1S91.
1 single Cnplea 5 Cent -1
1'er Wmk 12 H Cents
NEW SAVINGS BANK
IS NOW PREPARED TO RECEIVE DEPOSITORS.
e Give Everybody in Town Credit
I or wanting to save money, because every man who saves money, makes money, and
every man who makes money gets rich, and they say riches makes happiness, which
we all want. Nothing is so essential to ones happiness as a happy home. You can
make your home happy by-
at the London
In a short time you will have. enough money saved and deposited in the savings bank to buy a nice
home by trading with the London. We are positive we are thoroughly qualified to supplv your every
want, as we know we have the largest and most complete stock to select from.
YOU BE TEE JUDGE
of our goods and our prices. Compare
them with othes. We know we can save
vou monev on everv article bought of us.
OUR GOODS ARE NOTED
For strength, beauty and finish. You
cannot get better goods or lower figures
(anywhere. Our guarantee goes with
jevery article sold. We can and will save
The Iowa Swine Breeders' association is
in session at Des Moines.
Black diphtheria is retoi-ted in the fam
ily F. L. Halfpop, living uoar Green Val
The czar of Russia has announced that
every Jew within his domains shall be
Jack Simmons, a colored 'longshore
man, died of leprosy at Jacksonville, Fla.,
The Magallanes, a cruiser of the Chilian
insurgents, defeated three of B-dmaceda's
vessels in an encounter on April 21.
James Tolet shot and killed his brother
Edward at Grand Bank, Xd., because
the latter was too familiar with James'
Michael Davitt's paper, The Labor
World, has suspended publication at Lon
don, the enterprise having proved a fail
The agricultural department will test
Senator Farwell's rain fall, scheme about
June 15. The scheme is to explode dyna
mite at a great elevation.
A fire in Schufeldt's distillery Chicago,
Wednesday morning did daru.uje to the
amount of ?75.0U0. The origin f the fire
is Jtelieved to have lieeu accidental.
John Kelly, employed by the Ansouia
(Conn.) Electric Koad coniftac-, received
a shock of 5W volts from the power wire
of the road Tuesday and survived the ef
fect, Weri;e W. Baker, cf O'hiinigo, discov
ered Monday that some one east aj"ote in
his name at the late muniotpfJl election.
Mr. Baker was in Pennsylvania on elec
Senators Campbell and AHen, of the Illi
nois ler;islat ure, came to blows Tuesday
during consideration of atownship organi
zation bill. Only one blow struck no
The statue of Gen. Grant, presented to
the city of Galena by H. H. Kohlsoat, of
Chicago, was uuveilod Wednesday with
appropriate ceremonies. Hon. Chauncey
M. Depew delivered the principal oration.
Twenty minutes after oa-3 train had
passed on t he New York and New Eng
land railway near Waterbury, Conn.,
some miscreant placed an obstruction on
the track and a passenger train was
brought, to a standstill just in time to
escape a frightful accident.
Among the threatening letters received
by Mayor Shakespeare, of - New Orleans,
since the M.ilia lynching was one delivered
to him Tuesday which was intended to ex
plode when opened. It contained gun
powder and a fuse, but waso fwxirly con
structed that it failed to explode.
Mrs. Alice McCrea, who created a sensa
tion over a year ago by eloping to Europe
with Douglass Green, a New York busi
ness man, who had a living wife, the elop
ing pair having been married 1y a colored
minister living near Fortress Monroe, Va.,
is reported to have returned to Chicago
with Green, whos wife has obtained a di
vorce. They are also reported to have been
married again s-nce iLeir return. Chicago
reporter's cauno; liiid fit her of them.
Will Not Quarrel for A while.
PiTTsiiiuo, Pa., June 4. Christian
Guiss. who cannot speak English.and Miss
Ellen Burke, who cannot understand Ger
man, were married in the Church of the
Holy Name Tue.-day. The llev. Father
Peter Woelfel tied the knot in Latin, an
interpreter aiding to secure the proper re--sponses.
The Celtic bride declared that
she and her German lover managed to do
their courting by signs, and she had KO
doubt they would le happy now they were
Refuse to Work ly the Hour.
Srr.IMJFIELD. Ills., June 4. At a meet
ing of miners of the Springfield sub-district
it was voted not to accept the terms
proposed by the bosses, that hereafter the
miner shall le pai 1 by the hour instead
of by the ton; ten hours to constitute a
day's work, and the rate to !e from to
2o cents per hour. The strike begun on
May 1 seems as f ir from settlement as
A WORD TO THE WISE IS SUFFICIENT
If you have a doubt as to who can best serve your interest let us prevail upon you to examine goods
and prices in Rock Island, Davenport and Moline, have some goods sent to your home and .then call
on us, compare our goods and prices, we will soon convince you that our prices are at least from 15
to 20 per cent, cheaper.
Chicago, Juue i.
Produce; Hotter-Market steady: fan
sejiaxator. . ' ' : Cue rivaaicry. 10'' ltiUjr;
Cue to cixxl imitations ltilV: dairies, lanev,
fresh. H5 IV; No. 1 dairies H ilk-; No. 2, lli
13c; No. 1 !:-! ls !:? He; No. -'. 1 Ic; pack
ing t-toeiis ire.-b. 1,i lie: rea-, .V-ic Krijs
.Niutheru st.ifk, loss off. 1-V pcrdoz: northern.
lo!-s o:i . 1j' e. Live -,uit ry IM chickens
fi per lb; serine, JI.jU.i.VW per doz. n..?lc
Ivr Hi: nuslers "- -vr lb; turk
eys, luixtd, .; tlurks 12,9c. Iota
toes : T". -.xv-: Hebron. S1.002.1.W;
hi-rlcK.fi : : Hurbanks SI- UKi l.l'i; mixed,
f." "!!-.: New OrlisoNfiW5.Piifr1jlii; S1.75
(Tr.i) per sack: California. J:.' V;.jOior sack.
trawberries Illinois lair to uood. l.VTiL50
per 24-qt ca.; soit stuck, il.ot.
Following wc-re tb-j ino!ations'on the board
of trade to-d-y: Wi.e.it No. S July, opened
y""t,r, clo-ed !- 4r; s ptrmler. opened Hc,
closed .?v v: May. opened We. ilosfed (i Sc.
Corn No. - June, oiionrd and closed 57ie:
July, opened jtic, rioted 5JKit Septem-
her, opened &V-. closed .Vp'w.-. Outs No. 2 June.
opened 4V;, closed 4 1'c; July, opened 4?ic,
closed -ti'jc; eptemljer. oieaed 34-4c, closed
rurs-juno, opened 510., closed
tlO-jiVj; July, oiiened Sl'I.M. closed S10.62U:
September. otHned 10UV closed (tin m71 r at
June, opened $., closed
Live stork Follow inc were the trire nl tli
Union stra-k yards to-day: Hoes Market. ac
tive ou packiuir and nhinnlnsr irniiint Int
feeliuir rather weak, owinir to the lnnm nn-
ply; prices KS 15c lower; Kales mused at
ti.MSAM niirs SI '".M fio li,rht iv-n
rough packirsf, $4,K34.Wmlxed, and $i.VtQi.i
ueavy pacKuii; ana snipping lots.
Cattle .Market moderatelv Hro on lrv-l
andshipninn account, and prices u-ell main
tained; quotations rantred at i-'.Ty-rf.V) for
choice to fancy shipping steers, $i.Uj.T0 good
'o cuoice uo, . jo tt.. ouieners- steers, $l.mifb
3.50 ttockers. $2.TK'f 4.WJ Texans 53.4t-3J
feeilers, S1.3JT;4.u c, Sl.ajr,iUiij bulla, and
S2..'i3,4.r)0 veal calves. Hjecp Demand fair
nf prices uncangLd: (juotations ranged at
S;i.T.Vr-,5 westerns, $U)faZM Lativas, and
&i.2j(6.75 la culm.
New Yore. June 3.
AVheat No. 2 red winter cash, Jl.UVfc do
Juiy, ji.o.tSi: oo Aucust, Sl.OtVi; do
tern be r. Jl.UiW: do Ixoenilvr i fai
No. 2 mixed cash. Lii.y-ie? do Jnn
July, ttSfcc; do Autfust, ftiUc OaU-Dullbut
urm; io. s nuxea cash, 4v$c: do July 4iH:;
do August, 424c. Rye Neglected. Barley
Neglected. Pork Dull; new masa, $12.00
&li75. Lard Quiet; June, ja.62; July, $6.73.
Live Stock: Cattle Market dull for all
grades; poorest to beat native steers, (3.60
6.40 per 100 lbs; bulls and dry cows, $25aA9u,
Sheep and Lambs Sheep, firm; Umbo, actire
at an advance of of Ho per lb; sheep; tiJGA
175 per 100 lhs; lambs, $Ja8. Hogs-Nam-inlly
steady, Ure hogs. R8055 per W0 lbs.
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