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Rock Island Daily Arott
VOL. XXXIX. NO. 197
KOCK ISLAND, MONDAY, JUNE 8. 1S91
j Single Coplm 5 Cent
THE NEW SAVINGS BANK
STOCK YARDS AT TOU-ETON, IND.
IS NOW PREPARED TO RECEIVE DEPOSITORS.
.verybody in Town Credit
For 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 one's happiness as a happy home. You can
make your home happy by
Ground To Be Brokra At Once for Their
Chicago, June 8. All doubts as to th
establishment of stock yards at T vilest on,
Ind., by the ' Big Three' P. D. Armour.
George F. Swift and 'Nelson MAris hav
been dispelled by the reoeipt of a cable
gram from P. D. Armour to Edward T.
Matryn, who has the management of the
proposed improvements. The cablegram
instructed him to break ground at once,
so that the preliminaries connected with
the location of the yards and the building
of the packing houses might be immedi
ately undertaken. It is expected that it
will take fully three years to remove all
the plant of the packing houses to Tolles
tou. Each will have a separate establish
ment, as at present, but the removal will
le made by degrees, and while one house
is settling down in its new quarters, the
others will help it.
at the London
In ii 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 supply 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
you money on even' article bought of us.
Nestable Dinner Pail, to be given every one buying a suit.
OUR GOODS ARE NOTED
For strength, beauty and finish. You
cannot get better goods or lower figures
anywhere. Our guarantee goes ' with
every article sold. We can and will save
Asa Carpenter, of Lockport, X. Y., died
Saturday night, aged 10S years.
The Deshler National bank, of Colnm
bus., ()., capital fJ'Ki.t has been author
ized to In-giu business.
Mrs. Nellie Graut-Sartoris and her chil
dren departed from New York Saturday
for her home in England.
Benton Harbor and St. Joseph, Mich.,
will retain their old names. They have
beeu given separate charters.
Henry S. Ives, the young '"Napoleon ot
finance, is lying daugerott'll'f "HI f con
sumption at his home in New York.
The Empress Frederick -has . caused an
old ruin near her new castle to lje turned
into a hospital, and she personally attends
Jacob Bonnet t, of Baltimore, com
mitted suicide Thursday. It has beeiylis
covered that he was a defaulter for tiOO,
', and perhaps twice that sum, mostly
the money of poor people.
For sinking in the Berlin barracks the
song, "A Free Man An; I," a private of the
regiment of musketeers has Ijcwi sentenced
to imprisonment for five years.
Fong Bor. only son of FougKung Bor,
the rich tea merchant of San Francisco,
has been converted to Christianity, and
Fong Kung Bor i disconsolate and dis
gusted. The young man will go as a mis
sionary to China.
Parliament was prorogued Saturday
night until the lirst week in August. One
of the lust tilings done was the passage of
the Behring sea bill, giving the' queen the
right to prohibit British vessels from tak
ing seals in that sea.
George Sims, of Galveston. Tex., is
walking to Chicaaro on a liet of $1,000. He
left Galveston May 1-, without a cent in
his pocket and must make tie distance-in
sixty days and live wholly upon charity.
He was at Sedalia, Mo., Saturday ahead of
William Newby, of Mills Shoals, Ills.,
whose remarkable reappearance after being
supposed to be dead, was recounted in
these dispatche- mus.- time ago. has ap
plied for an honorable discharge from the
army, and the secret service is at work OD
One of a pair of horses which Secretary
Blaine had arranged to have reserved foi
his own use at a livery stable at Bar Har
iKjr proved to le stolen, and its owner has
just claimed it. The secretary was think
ing of buying the pair. So he is some
money in pocket by the discovery.
The coruer stone of the new city hall at
St. Louis was laid by the Masonic fraterni
ty Saturday, and for that reason Mayoi
Noonan, who is a Human Catholic, did not
appear to deliver a speech be was on the
programme for. Anumljerof other prom
inent Roman Catholics were absent for the
Joseph Shanuahan. a convict o his way
to Sing Sing, N. Y., to serve a 10-year
oeutence, made his escae just as he was
about to lie put on lioard of a train Satur
day at New York. A deputy sheriff
chased him for some distance, firing sev
eral shots at him, but fallint; down and
dislocating his shoulder, had to giv it up.
Terrilile Klevator Aeeiilent.
MoXTIJE.'.L. June s. A serious accident
occurred Sat unlay at The Gazette build
ing on St. Francis Xavier street. The
large elevate- was coming down with
three men on it, when something went
wrong, and the elevator was precipitated
"to the ground floor. So great was the con
cussion that the elevator rebounded and
went back to the third floor. The occu
pants were terribly injured. One of thetn.'
Francois Huot. had his back brdken and
cannot recover. The three men were re
moved to the hospital.
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 IWoline, 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 1
to 20 per cent, cheaper.
Bribery Charged aail Denied.
L.vxsiSG, Mich., June b. The charges
against Representatives Doyle and Munth
were followed up Satucdrtyby statements
purporting to come from Mayor Solomon,
of Au Sable, charging Seuatof.I'rltedJander
with accepting r'aiO to support the passage
of a bill consolidating the towns of Au
Sable and Oscoda. Mayor "Salomon ttenies
They Lionized the Captain.
Iquiqve, Jui? J. A prize crew from
the United States Steamer Charleston
went aboard the Itata Friday and took
formal jossession of the longougirttpr
craft. Capt. Mauseum, her commander.
is the hero of the hour, and was. given a
rousing reception when hejandefl and, re- -
porreu ms arrival to me insurgent authorities.
EustU Can't II are HU Coachman.
New York, June 8. Assistant Secre
tary of the Treasury Nettletou has decided
that John Francis Howlett, the coachman
who came to this country to work for C.
W. Eustis, of Washington City, must go
lack, as it has been fully proven that he
came here as a contract laborer.
Labor Leader Convicted.
Rochester, X. Y., June 8. The jury in
the case of Master Workman James
Hughes, indicted for extortjon, came into
court Saturday after having been out
twenty-two hours. Its verdict was "guilty
with a recommendation to the mercy of
the court. A new trial will be applied for.
Been Wedded 73 Years.
Masox Cut, Iowa, June 8. Mr. and
Mrs. Daniel Potter, of Fefette county,
Saturday celebrated their seventy-third
marriage anniversary. They are the oldest
married couple in the state of Iowa, and
probably in the west. Both are over 93
years old and enjoy good health.