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ocK Island -Daily Argu
, XXXIX. NO. 200
KOCK ISLAND, THURSDAY, JUNE 11 1S91.
J Single Copies 5 Cent
j Per Wetk 1X4 tents
IS NOW PREPARED TO RECEIVE DEPOSITORS.
in Town C edi
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 ones happiness as a happy home. You can
make your home happy by tgg
. Edward Speliuau, h wai scalped by a
tall a few days ago, died at Peoria Wednes
The treasury Wednesday bought 103.000
ounces of silver at from 0.9S01" to $0.t13
Thomas Xast, t he artist, is leing feted
and made much of by distinguished peo
ple in London.
Chauneey M. Depew has leen asked by
Director General Davis to visit Europe as
a commissioner of the World's fair.
John Ablxitt, of Montreal, Las been de
cided upon to succeed fMr John Macdonald
as premier until the return of Sir Charles
Fire destroyed the cotton mill of A.
Campbell & Co., at Manayunk, a suburb
of Philadelphia, Wednesday. The loss is
The Illinois supreme court has named
Judges Gary, Moran, and Waterman to
constitute the appellate court of the Chi
i A Confederate monument was un
vei'.od at Fredericksburg, Va., Wednes
day. Gen. Uradiey T. Johnson was the
orator of the day.
The youn- king of Servia is safll to have
inherited many ot hi.? father's character
istics, which is the worst thing that could
have happened to him.
The total production of petroleum in
this country in 1V'J was 34.&t,300 barrels,
valued at SAi.554.052. Indiana produced
3J,7.VS barrels, aud Illinois 1,400.
O'Douovan Ilossa is goinc to Ireland
his term of twenty years'' expatriation
having expired last January. One pur
pose of his visit is to see wiiat JoUu Bull
will do about it.
Anna and Ellen Walworth, of Wal
worth, X. Y., nieces of Mrs. Grover Cleve
land, Were married Wednesday to Joseph
Iteed and C. W. Hamilton, respectively,
the ex-president and wife being present.
The committee appointed to audit the
accounts of Sam .Small, iu connection
with the affairs of the Salt .Lake Method
ist Church university, report that he is iu
arrears over Si,1."). He will not be prose
cuted. Edward Whelahan, who was for a long
time Gen. Grant's personal orderly dur
ing the war. died at New Haven, Conn.,
Tuesday, lie always maintained that the
charges that, Gen. Grant drank too much
for a time in the army were false.
Lester L. Bristol, who with hl four
boys disappeared from his home at Jersey
City Heights while distracted over his
failure to make an invention work, and
was supposed to have ended his own and
' his boys' lives, has beta found camping
I out in Kocklaud county, X. J.. His mind
' is unsettled.
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.
Ilou;las f.reeu anil Widow McCrea.
Cnie.u.o. June II. Douglas Green, the
New York stock broker, who created m
sensation by marrying Mrs. Alice Snell
MeCrea, ayi-.tr no, the ceremony being
performed colored- clergyman near
Fortress Monroe. Va.. :-. :n Xew York try
ing to sett Ie up Li bu::.es. At fhe time
of the marriage Green Lad a wife living,
who has since obtaiueJ a divorce. Green
aud Mrs. McCrea went to -Europe immedi
ately after their marriage. Iiecejitly they
returned, and Mrs. McCrea was in Chicago
a few days ago, the Argus-eyed reporter
failing to discover the fact until after she
was gone. Sue was traveling under an
YOU BE THE JUDGE
of our croods and our prices. Compare
them with othes. We know we can savej
vou monev on everv article bought of us
Time on the l'.are Track.
Chicago, June 11. The winners at the
West Side race-meeting yesterday were:
Blue Veil, 1 mile, Arundel, mile,
0:47.?.,'; Joe Carter, l; turlougs, 2:0U; Ivan
hoe, fi mile, l:l;v ; Teuton, i mile, LliJi;
Innocence, 4' mile. 1:17.
Nestable'Dinuer Pail, to be given every one buying a suit- 5
OUR GOODS ARE NOTED
For strength, beauty and finish. You
jeannot get better goods or lower figures
anywhere. Our guarantee goes with
every article sold. We can and will save
Chicago, June 10.
Following were the quotations on the board
of trade to-day: Wheat No. 3 July, opened
S'Sc, clod Vt'ic: r-cptenil r. opened 94?&c,
closed W",c; December, opened i'Sfae,-closed
:nc. l orn No. - June qpentl ..and closed
A WOED TO THE WISE IS SUFFICIENT
ct, itvrj,3. stocLew. $2.75
$3.r(4.3u feedeRj, $L5f)(&4.U)
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 1
to 20 per cent, cheaper.
Ostxx jSLix3rtl1ix1.gr be Fairer?
tf-v; July, iientd -"SrC, clcsei
September, o;-n.-d .OV, closed 55jic. Oats
No. 2 June, opened , oloaeff- 44i-ae; July,
openod tifsc, dosed -t.'-j: September, opened
8!-bc, closed 34,c. Pork May, oiened and
clo-ed fUt.2n; July, opened S1L20, , closed
S10.SI; September, ojened and ' closed
10.55. Lard June. opened Sti.OU, closed
Live stock Following were the prices at the
Cnion stock yards to-day: Hogs Market
fairly active on packing and hhippins ac
count, but feeling weak, price lower;
sales ranged at .5ig4.3a pigs, $CL2&
tiw liirht. 4.Ktv4.3 rough packing, $4.10
i! 4.55 mixed, and $4,353 4-tf) Uea.y packing and
Cattle Market moderately active on local
and skipping account, and prices without
material change; quotations ranged at $5.75
B.40 tor choice to tancy shipping
steers. $3.ji.7) good tw ijoke do.
SiMTt4.w common to fair do, S3-5CKJ4-25
cows, SLr:i.x) bulls, and tiJjt&tAJti ml
calves. Sheep Demand moderately active
prices well maintained tor best graded, com
mon lota easy: quotations ranged at S3.5U3
5.U westerns, S3.75&5.40 natives, aud S5.5ui4.75
Produce: Butter Market steady; ' fancy
separator, 1717Vftc; tine creamery, 1&3J.65:;
fine to good imitations, 1415e; dairies, fancy,
fresh. 140,15c: No. 1 dairies. 12314o; No. 2,
13c: No. 1 ladles, 13l4c No. 2, lOUte; pok
ing stocks, fresh, ltf&,llc; grease, 5Gicl Eggs--Southern
stock, loss otf, 15c per doz; northern,
loss olf, LVtflSHc. Live poultr' Old chickens,
4c per lb; spring, $LSWjjS.W per doz, 17&iec
per lb; roosters, 6tjc per lb; turk
eys, mixed, Kc; ducks, 73flc Pota
toesRose, TSQJSc: Hebron. Sl.OOaLOS:
ljeerless, JUCt95c; Burbanks. f LlUtI.13; mixed,
Kiate; New Orleans, $.'.5l34.00 per bbl; $L7o
CiiiU per Back; California, t-25ai5U per sack.
rirawoernes Illinois, fair to good, gLZJaLW
per 24-qt case; soft stock, $L03.
New Vobk, June 10.
Wheat No. 2 red winter cash, 11.094
do July. J1.0t4: do August, SLC; do
September, JLt Corn No.. 2 mixed cash,
; do July, t4c; do August, WJsc. Oats
Dull and weak; No. 2 mixed ea-,h, 49c; do
July, ir&ic. Kye Neglected. Iiarlev Neg
lerted. I'ork-DulU mes. $li.(KlLU). Lard
-Dull; July, $j J; August, gO.ti.
Live Stock: Cattle -Trading active at an ad
vance of 10c per 1ml lbs; iio(;rest to Wt native
tteer. $5.0!Xi 6.:i5 per lt It; bulls and dry cows,
f-'.5iX34.4j. .Ueep aud Lambs Mariet steady
ad competition fairly brisk; sheep, 4.Sue uu
per 30) llw; lambs, $ti.7i$s jjS. Hogs tConii
naUy steady; Uve hos, L3d.5jS per lou bs.
k. bandaome complexion is one of
ereneai cnarma woman caa possass.
Ppzzooi'a Complexion powder girej It.