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VOL. XXXIX. NO. 204
ItOCK ISLAND, TUESDAY, JUNE 16 1S9V.
t Single Copies Cntm
Per Week 18 Cents
The lot-s of life by the bridge disaster in
Switzerland Sunday is now placed at 120.
Hon. Joseph G- Cannon is a probable
Republican candidate for governor of. Illi
nois. Joseph K. Emmett, the famous cfaarac-
ter actor, died .suddenly Monday of pneu
IS NOW PREPARED TO RECEIVE DEPOSITORS.
We Give Everybody in Town Credit
For wanting to save money, because every man who saves monev, makes monev and
even man wno makes money gets rich, and they say riches makes happiness, which
we an want. i oining is so essential to one's happiness as a happy home You
make your home happy by
Trading at the London
In a short time you will have enough money saved and deposited in the savings bank to .buv a nice
home by trading with the London. We are positive we are thoroughly qualified to supply your everv
want, as we know we have the largest and most complete stock to select from.
YOU BE THE JUDGE
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i o r rmrvic inn nur nnrnv v. nil if
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them with othes. We know we can save
vou monev nn pverv article boucfht of US.
Nestab!e!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
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 IS
to 20 per cent, cheaper.
CJzxiOL jJOLytJLrr loo Fairer?
London (Ming (Mpaiiy.
Mrs. Harriet Beecher StowewastsO years
old Sunday. She received many congratu
lation. A syndicate of Xew Yorkers is nego
tiating for the purchase of The Boston
The World's fair board of control has
finally dec ided not to fend any promoters
abroad at present. 4
The thermometer registered 107 in 'the
shade at Providence, R. L, at noon Mon
day, and 'JTX in New York city.
An English, syndicate is retried to
have purch.-ued the Anaconda mining
property in Montana for J5,oOO,000.
The steamer City of Richmond, which
was reported at sea with a burning cargo,
arrived at Liverpool in safety Monday.
Judge McConnell. of Chicago. Monday
decided that street car companies cannot
be compelled to heat their cars in winter.
A man at Minneapolis who made the life
of his wife miserable until death released
her, is reported to be haunted by his wife's
A. D. Cooiey and C. H. Anderson, ot
Cedar Rapids,- la., and two young ladies,
were drowned at Rockford, la., Sunflay
An electric car jumped the t rack at Pu
eblo, Colo., Sunday, and dashed into the
wall of a livery friable. Rev. H. V. Ran
kin and several others were seriously
Half a dozen trainmen and passengers
were more or less bruised near Chilton,
Wis., Monday by a wreck on the Milwau
kee and Northern railway. Nobody ser
Sevill' Schofield, of the woolen manu
facturing firm of Sevill Schofield, Son-&
Co., Manayutik, Pa., made an assignment
Monday. It is not lxdieved that the mills
will lie closed.
The agreement between the United ',
States and (freat Britain for a closed sea
son for seals in Behringsea was signed In
Washington City Monday, and tbfresi
dent immediately issued a proclamation to
carry out its provisions.
A report from New York says that a
conference of leading Democrats, includ
ing Senator Gorman, Senator-Elect Vilas,
Don M. Dickinson, and ex-Secretary
Whitney, was recently held in that city,
at which it was decided lo run ex-President
Cleveland for the head of the ticket
Bad Outlook for Iowa Coal Mine.
Fort Dodge, la., June 16. The fuel
question in northern Iowa is becoming a
grave one. In addition to the big strikes,
which have already made a coal famine
imminent, it is ndw stated that the exten
sive coal fields in this section are rap
idly playing out. It is being realized
that the coal veins here were not based
upon a genuine coal field, but were a col
lection of pockets. Tbe mines at Carbon
Junction, Holiday Creek, Coalville and
Kaio have been abandoned and the vil
lage's that surrounded them are deserted.
Case of Suieessfnl Skin-Grafting.
KaXsas ClTV, June 10. The successful
grafting of skin sufficient to pitch, up two
less was completed here Saturday. A year
ago A. C. Fulkerson, of the Silver Tofcl
company, stepped by mistake into boiling
grease. The liesh of both legs from the
knees down was cooked away, (.me hun
dred and sixty Odd Fellows and Knights
of Pythias contributed portions of skin.
The grafts were about l.unu in number.
Fulkerson was out Sunday enjeying the
use oi both limits.
hii aoo, June 15.
Following were tlu-violations on the board
trade to-day: Wheal No. 2 July, opined Wi,ti,
rioted W?y; Sept. mltr, ojn-ut-4 ; cloetd
Mc: iHcember. (ticd l-:s,c. ir-til K!i,f.
torn No. - June. opened fjo-V. closed 57-.c;
July, opened SSj-je. dosed .Vr'i.jr: September!
opeiied 51W", .1..-.J i."-. Oats No. i
July. ciened 3141. closed oTVjc: Ampin
oixuod :il4L. c!us..a -.i?.. f.mU-r, 0,A.nt j
closed 31V. Pork -May, opoced
S'-'t'l. closed il'i-'-DK J.lly. opeued SlIJ.ln,
closer! $10.4); September, opened SW-2o.
closed Slu.u"). Lard June. opened fccUO
Live stm k Following were the prices at the
Union st.icfc yards to-day: Hogs Market
ac:iw on pa king aud shipping accuunt; feel
ing rather easy, and price about 5c low
er; sales ratii.i-l m S2.3uJ:-.3i pig... fLl.VTi,
4..V light. $4.1j'' 4.2"i rough packhig. S4.1V;,
4.&Rnxe-l. aud Sl.i j4. heavy i.a king az,d
rattle Market rather active on local
and shipping account, aud pres witimnt ma
terial chunge: i,uotatiuus ranged iu $S.7.Vyi.40
choice to tancy shipping steers. S"i.'M'.j.TU good
to choice do. SUOTi .:! eonuiioii to fair dc
M.:mc 4.J.-. t(i;t, hers- svers. MfJM ct.x-ker-!
$-'.T.iCi4.;i T. xuu. S:i.40r.uifeMi.-r!,. Sl.5iri4.cjo
eown. el.Vi;..-! J,uiis. an(i a.:tM.M Veal
calves. Sheep Market rather quiet, prices
well maintained for best grades, but com
mon lots esusy: quotations ranged at $3.&
5.'W westerns. S&Tivio.t,) natives, aud J-UlM 7i
Produce; Butter Fancy separator. lTVjrfc
lsc lr Hi; dairies, fancy, fresh. lrj5c pack
in st ks. frr.-h. hiUHi: Km-MuUbern
st.K-k. l'ws oft. 14'k.- perUoz; northern, low off
1 Live iniltrv-Old chickens. 1io. ih.t lb'
Mriue. 13J)l- roowt-r si.--- in.b... ....
N ; urn ks. sc. Potatoes-llose, $UilJD lr
iu. neoruu. i.Miwr. 1'eerles. (l.L'al 23
Burbanks. $La"i.1.40; nniwl. $Lpjrai.l5 istraw-lrrlei-i;iinois,
per -f.t ta; lodiana,
poor to fancy, ',ac6r.$lAr. Mih:ffuu, JlJ.lfi,
L.j. Haspherries Hed, .:'' Sxt er 24-ct
case; black, 1.0(a.LS().
New York. ;
Wlieat No. 2 red winter rash, fl.if.i Julv
Sl.t4-c August, fl.uij; s-eptemlM-r, tWgc; Del
cemher. Sl.ulfj. toru-No. 2 mixed caL, MW
July. .: Aupnst. S'Hc; September. CsW-'
Oats-luil bat steady; .So. 2 mixed oahh,
July. 44c. Rje-Nelectei. Parle v-Ncg!eL-t'
ed. Pork-Dull: new mess. Sl.t(i'liio. Lard
WuieU July, 8HJ5; August, fi.-tn.
Live Mock: Cattle-Tralini luoderatelv act
ive and pricej a ahaue higher tor really prime
cattle; poorest to best native fcteers; U.MiJX
per 1U0 lbs; Texans and Colorado, $;l.u,t5 V)
bulU and dry cows, i5... Sheep and
Lambs-Sheep firm and active; lamH dull m a
decline of We per lb;sheep.f .:tY7&m per WOio,
lanU, f(i.P.;.75. Uo.fs-NotUnallv steady
kve hojs, t4Jrxao.30 ir 10U Ib-s. "lKaa'
For beauty, for comfort, for
ment Of t hft nmr.l cvmw . t
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z obi a Powder; there la nothing cqubl to