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ceJsland Daily Argus.
VOL. IXXII. NO. 205
ROCK ISLAND, WEDNESDAY. JUNE K ISO!.
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NEW SAVINGS BANK1
IS NOW PREPARED TO RECEIVE DEPOSITORS.
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uive LveryDody in I own Credit
or wantmp- to save monev Iwancp
.., r?i :r ----- -.v' "fu baves monev. maces mnnev cA
pciv iiidii no maKeb money gets rich, and thev sav riches makes haDoine vl in
.isffe" essen,,al to o,,e's happ'"ess K sl;
Mayor Stewart, of Pubuoue. I., has re-
iirced because of adverse critic-issn of his
The winter wheat cr.-p cf southern Illi
nois is t?insr harvest.!. It is theest in
Thousands of dollar' worth of timber
Li-. twa destroyed by forest fires in the
The thermometer stood at Si at 11 o'clock
j Tuesday morning a: Chicago. It was cooler
in the afternoon. . v
j The census of England and Wales, just
j completed, shows a population of
. an increase of o..VV.'X- in ten years,
j Senator Cullom is goin$ to Europe. Ke
i will sail nest week and take a rest for
t two months looking over the old world
j Miss Elaine Elison vGeoryrte Davids the
I actress, tas fallen heiress to a larse fot
j tune in England She will continue oa
j the stae. however.
K. H. Ryan- of Helena. Mont., rot bed
tts etnpioyers. McConnell & Clayberg. at
torneys, and then had the nerve to ask Mc
Connell to defend him.
Cap. L. O. Oilman has been appointed
marshal of the United States appellate
court for the Chicago district, and Oliver
i.. Morton, of Indiana, clerk.
The eruporor cf China has ordered the
authorities to protect all foreigners, and
to punish the natives who recently took
part :uthe riots against Europeans.
The north bark of the Grand Trunk
tsnael a; Port Huroo. Mich., caved in
Tuesday, carrying the engine house with
it sad wholly Mocking the approach.
R. W. Punhnai Co., the well-known
Train cotamissUui house of Chicago, an
nounce that they will immediately go into
.squwatioQ. creditors will be raid in
Depositors ia ti wrecked Spring Gar
den National bank of Philadelphia hold
the government responsible for their losses
a:: i are arran-.-c to bring suit to recover
Trading at the
A f.ouJ-iv.r: at Neutnaaville. Tenn.,
atv.rday s-.rt; t away a store ia which was
:tua;.v. the p-"to3:oe. destroying every
c.i::. Jrvtr-a; other Louses were carried
i ay B- c-v . , Tin4s ruined.
Tfcr f r:;r:h uianuecnisl rjeeticg of the
j International iioxueojthic convention is
1 is se-:ou at Atlantic Cirv. N. J.. with a
iarye attendance cf ilcleirates nearly Si
Washington City has been chosen as th
nest place cf nieetia.
Henry B. Miller, a Lighwavinan. Las
beea-seat to the penitentiary ia'Caiifornia
f or ten Years. One cf Lis exploits was toe
robbery of a stae. he having just previ
ously robbed tour other travelers, and
made them shew their masked faces ia the
brush by the roadside to assist him ia the
attack on the stae.
In a short time you will have enough money saved and deposited in the saving bank to buy a nice
home by trading with the London. We are positive we are thoroughly qualified to supply your even
want, as we know we have the largest and most complete stock to select from.
YOU BE THE JUDGE
j: our goods and our prices. Compare
pern with othes. We know we can save
pu money on every article bought of us
OUR GOODS ARE NOTED
For strength, beauty and finish. You
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j v iwt wuo ui luwer ugures
juuucic. uur guarantee goes with
every article sold. We can and will save
Nestable Dinner PaiL to be given every one buying a salt.
! WOED TO THE WISE IS SUE
p., have just what
I shapely, durable
If you have a doubt as to who can best serve your interest let us prevail upon vou to exami
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ana prices in kock isiana, uavenport and Aloline, have some goods sent to your home and
on us, compare our goods and prices, we will soon convince you that our prices are at least
to 20 per cent, cheaper.
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The National Game.
Chicago. June IT. Yesterday's Leag-ae
scores a: K-ise ball were: At Boston Bos
ton 1. Pittsburg 1; at Philadelphia
Philadelphia 3, Cleveland S; at New York
New York 5. Chicago 0: at Brooklvn
Brookl-n Cincinnati 3.
Association: At . ashingtoa City
Washington 1 Baitlniore 3; at Cincinnati
Cincinnati 1C. t-t. Louis 6:atLoaisrille
fJWiJr3ie Colsmbns a- ax Philadelphia
-A?KeBc 3, Boston 13.
Western: At Minneapolis St. Paul 0,
Minneapolis 1; all other games postponed
rain. . .
Iiiicois-Iowa: At Ottawa Ottawa 5.
Davenport 0; at Kockford Rockford 5,
Ottumwa S: at Aurora Aurora S Quincy,
i; at Joliet Joliet T. Cedar Rapids 3.
Lived I nder Every President.
New Brunswick. N. J.. June IT. Mrs,
Catherine Hughes died Sunday, aced 107
years. She was born in this city April 16,
KM. and had lived under the rule of every
president of the United States.. During
the latter years of her life she was blind,
but her peroeptiv faculties were bright,
and -he often told stories of her yonniier
days. Children of five generations are liv
ing, though only cpe of her own children; '
Capt. Matthias, is living. She was mar
ried six times, and leaves besides Let soq
nine j:rand children, wventeen great
grandchildren, and six treat -great-grandchildren.
Chicago, June 16.
Following were the qnoratioas on the board
trade to-dav: WV...jl v jir i
s .... . - "J.VjTUCTI
c.jsed H4e: tseptember. opened WVo, ckwed.
K-,c: IVcT-ni!-!-. opened IOic closed HVio.
Cora No. 2 Jane, opened 5Tc. closed Sfac
July. oat ted closed .J-- SmTO--'
opened aud cliwed 52tc. Oata Jo. 2
July, opened Xc. closed' 5T4c: Aosust"
o;-Qed c. closed ic; September, opened
-le. cii-rd Ai.- Purk -l.r-
- . V
sli.4. -v. itsed Sl'J.ii: Jnlv nrwnl tdt(r
closed SIO.--. s-ntemhrr. opened JMlTo,
ciosoi S.t-. Lard June, opened fCJX
Lave stock Following were the prices at the
foion tk yards to-dv: Hoo Market
-tive and ttra. packers and shippers bovine.
id prices jj.1uc h.her: sales raneed mt.
O'ita.. p1Ss, ji.it.M light, f4JSJ4J5
4.6J heavy packing a ad hipping lots.
Cattle Market rather mi-tir l ,i
d shipping account, and pncea well sun
ned: quotations ranged at $5.T56.0
..ioe to fancy shipping sieers. $5.00-.70 rood
i chok-e do, $4..4.M common to fair do
-.45 butchers- steers. $ltiU&L50 Mockers!
r.TjfC -' Tesans $3.&4J0 feeders, L504.flU
iws, $l.Vrr i.30 bolls, and &L50w4Ja vmJ
Lues. bue. Market rather acUve, price
til maint.ued for best grades, bat com- '
jun bjis easy; quotations ranged at $3JU&
M westerns. to.7jCii.40 aativna. m.nA x
c per lb: dairies, fancy, fresh, I415cs pack
Ig stocks, fresh. 1'Y311Hk igs Southern
w "tc per ook; nortnern, lorn off
c. Live poult rv-Old chickens. lUo per lb
Ting. ls&Dc; roosters, Sc; turkeys, mixed'
F ducks, ec. Potatoes Rose. JLlujtlJW per
: Hebron. $1AJ1J tNserlews, L15i&U;
firbanks, $L3i3.L4U; mixed, lUiiildi. Straw-
rries Illinois, Site per 24-qt case: Indiaaa.
r to fancy. Tic13.Sl.jO: Michigan, Jl.Sujk
5. Raspberries Red. $Liu&iOU per 24-qi
se: black. SLuWilJO.
. m 'w York. July 14.
WTieat-No. 2 red winter cash, fU: Jolv
a: August, tUSlhi: September, $L00H
irn No. t mixed caah. Jolv. tiSjc; - Au
st, 'V': September, c Oata iuU but
I" - uiaeu caan. 4c; July. Au
st, 374C. Rye Neglected. Barley Negiect-
'met: July. M.S9: Arnrost m -1
jve Stock: trl.M?,4-.
. . - - 111. ao
.ding in beeves: dressed beef, steady; native
s "4'--. ver id. tMieep and Lam ha
---- g NomiuaUy steady: I
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