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VOL. XXXIX. NO. 199
HOCK ISLAND, WEDNESDAY, JTJXE 10, 1S91.
Single Copieofi Gent
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IS NOW PREPARED TO RECEIVE DEPOSITORS.
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
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 supply your every
want, as we know we have the largest and most complete stock to select from.
YOU BE THE JUDGE
of our goods and our prices. Compare
them with othes. We know we can save
you money on every article bought of us.
Nestable!Dinner Pail, to bs given every one buying a sait.
OUR GOODS ARE NOTED
For strength, beauty and finish. You
cannot ret oetter p-(wk nr mwr fimiwc
my where. Our guarantee goes with
every article sold. We can and will save
A WOED 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 IS
to 20 per cent, cheaper. ' "
he London Clotting
Bernard Glaudi, one of the New Orleans
jury-bribers, has been found guilty.
Uncle Sam has limited the-amount of
weals to lie caught by Americaus to 7,500,
Edward Burgess, tho famous; yacht de
signer, is ill with typhoid fever at Bos
The striking miners throughout Iowa
have decided to return to work at the old
terms. .'.. 4
. William Arnold, of the great Jvew, York
dry goods house of Arnold, Constable &
Co. , died Monday of heart disease.
Two soldiers in a squad being drilled by .
Emperor William, at Templehof, Ger
mauv, were struck bv lightning and
A good deal of walking Is being done in
London, Kngland, just now. All the om
nibus drivers and conductors are on a
W. II. Doyle, cashier of the Western
Union telegraph office at Or "ia. Neb.,
shot himself through the heart Monday
evening. An entire family of seven persons at
Atchison, Kan., are suffering from a
peculiar malady which physicians pro
nounce hydrophobia. . ,
Forest tires are devlfst atin2 a section of
Restigouche county, X. B. Much damage
has lieeu done, and nothing hut rain can
prevent a grat disaster.
A large railway spike was found etnj
bedded in the liver of a shad caught in
Connecticut river a few days ago. The
spike is five inches in length.
John Hardsley, the defaulting treasurer
of Philadelphia, pleaded guilty Tuesday
to the. seventeen indictments against him.
Sentence was delayed two weeks.
A Xew York firm is said to be slaughter
ing worn out street car horses, and x
porting the carcasses to France, where
they are disposed of as prime beef.
Xathaniel Bassett, son of State Senator
Bassett. of Peoria, Ills., committed sui
cide at Chicago Sunday by taking strych
nine. He had leeu hurt in a railway ac
cident, and was unsound in mind. '.- ....
The German emperor has ordered that
all the old servants of his' father and
grandfather now over (HJ years of age shall
be retired on comfortable pensions. The
emperor seems anxious to surround him
self with young people only. .
Edward Curtis, of Xew York, 14 years
old, incited thereunto by yellow-covered
literature, went west to start au Indian
extermination war. En route to the scene
of operations a railway car ran over one of
Edward's legs, and the campaign is- in
Judge Phillips, of the United States cir
cuit court at Kansas City, Tuesday de
cided that suntroke is not an accident,
being a disease of the brain arising from
natural causes. The decision was made in
a case involving the payment of an acci
dent insurance policy.
Kxotierated Col. Meredith.
Washington" City, June 10. The
treasury commitlet- whk-h lias been in
vestigating the charges preferred by the
Knights of Labor against Col. Meredith,
chief of the bureau of engraving and print
ing, for using inferior material, has com
pleted its report and will submit it to
Secretary Foster to-morrow. The report
fully exonerates Mr. Meredith, and shows
clearly that there was a conspiracy" to
force him out of office, or else allow the
bureau of engraving and printing to be
run by the Knights of Labor.
A Diamond Iloiianza in Mexico.
Washington Citv, June 10. Search ia
leiug made by a party of Americans for
diamond fields believed to exist near
Tlacotepec, in the comparatively inaccessi
ble state of Guerrero, Mexico. Lb is a
historical fact that Gen. Vincento
Guefrero, a patriot of the first Mexican
revolution, after whom the state is named,
came suddenly into possession of a number
of rough diamonds of great size and value,
and died without disclosing where he ob
Following were tin- quotations 0:1 the1 hoard
of tra.le to-dav: Wheat -No. 2 Julj fipeaed
and closed it-'v: September. oj.ei!ed uud
closed WSjc; DcceinlM-r, opened W;Hc, closed
t3jjr Corn No. 2 June, opened tyi'4c, closed
&"v: ' 'July, opened 5tV closed StJc
September, opened .7V. closed &-. Oats
No. 2 June, opened , closed ti-V.'; July,
opened 44 closed trc: SeMemlier. owned
8ve. closed '-Ut:. Pork May, oi-uel jlu.45,
closed Hi.i2i..; July, owned glu..rw. closed
tl.i; Sepleiulier, opened Slo.Mi, closed
SkUt-'U.. Lard -June, opened $tf.Lic closed
I JLive stock Following were the prices at the
L'niou stuck yards . to-day: Hors Market
rather active on packing and shipping ac
count, aud prices ruled about 5c higher;
later rather ea-y, with prices favoring buy
ers; sales ranted t S2.WU.ai ii. 4jSi
C!4.00 light. 5l.ar,4.:j.-i rough packing. 14.25
sj4.00 mixed, aud S4.40i4.iii heavy l acking and
Cattle Market rather active on local and
slurping account, and prices fairly well
maintained; quotations ranged at go.Tidi
6.40 tor choice to fanev nhlr.nlr.u-
steers. $o.ay,).7J good to choice do,
$4.3U6j.4.) coininon to fair do, $3UjQ&4ja
butchers' steers, J2.tt23-5U stockers, $2.75
lU-t.co leians, t.j.4M!.f..ju teeners, gl.50a4.UI
cows, Sl.rjHLi3.50 hulls, and &XtfUM
calves. Sheep Demand fair and prices
higher quotations ranged at $3.T53.if) west
erns, f 4.0UQA5U natives, and .5u3.7.U0 lambs.
Produce: Butter Market steady; fancy
separator, 17&17ic; fine creaniery.-l(Jit)c;
fine to good imitations, 14315c; dairies, fancy,
fresh. lCJ15c; No. 1 dairies, 13&He: No. 8, life
13c; No. 1 ladles, liTj 14c; No. 8, 103,120; pack
ing stocks, fresh, lUSllc; grease, &3&J. Eggs
Southern stock, loss ofT, lie per doi; northern,
loss off, 15t15Hc. Live poultry Old chickens.
Hc per lb; spring, $L3Jti5.UU per do. 1718o
per lb; roosters, 5&c per lb; turk
eys, mixed, Mc; ducks, 729c. Pota-'
toes Rose, 76S5c: HebrOn. $1.00L06
Peerless, tdrav, Burbanks, JHO&1.15; mixed.
fcSfz ; New Orleans, $2.5utT! 4.00 per bbl; $L75
rXi per sack: California, J2.2.Vii50 per sack.
Strawberries Illinois, fair to good,' $1.2i&L5u
per 4-qt case; soft stock. $l.iJ0.
New York. ;
New Vobk, June 9.
Wheat-No. S red winter 'cash, tLO&ti
do June, 1.07 do July, Jl.Uff; do Au
gust, f l.o. Corn No. 2 mixed cash, 67c; do
July, 65; ic; do August, 60e; do- September,
fc. Oats Dull; No. 3 mixed cash, SWAc
do July, 5uc. Bye-Neglected. Barley
Neglected. Pork-Dull; new mesa, $12'jch
12.25. Lard-Quiet: July, 5.4V. August MM.
Live stock: Cattle-Market weak; notnuW
eS: Wf- steady; naUve side,
453Ho per lb. Sheep and Lambs-Sheep
firm: lambs, a shade easier; sheepv t4.00&&.;&
Per 100 lbs; lambs, $6.1.37. ilJ-rW
Inally steady; Uve hogs, H.3U3SS per K bs.
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