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THE SPRING VALLfcY MINERS.
IS NOW PREPARED TO RECEIVE DEPOSITORS.
An O fT'.'t- rmm I li llniiwra tit th 1 1 m t th
Spring Valley, I11v June 20. The coal
miners of this place hare lieen out on a
strike for nearly a mouth. After a set
tlement was made, about the middle of
May, the men worked a week and then
struck on an arbitrary order requiring
them to remain down in the mine until 5
o'clocV p. m., and another grievance re
specting the screens over which the coal
passes before it is weiched. These screens
have been changed from flat to diamond
bars and more nut coal passed through,
which was a loss to the miner. The men
quit on May 25.
Offer to Submit the Screen Question.
The general manager - received a letter
yesterday from W. L. Scott, president of the
coal company, instructing him to rescind
theobnoxiousorder,and.offering to submit
the screen question to a board of arbitra
tion, lie also offers in the letter to make
semi-monthly pay days. All these points
are concessions to the men, and a settler
ment of the trouble seem probable. While
the letter removes any serious question for
the present, it also furnishes a precedent
that indicates less of this trouble for the
futuy-e. The miners have always wanted
We Give Everybody in Town Credit
For wanting to save money, because every man who saves money, makes money and
every man who makes nioney gets rich, and they say riches makes happiness, which
we an want. i otning is so essential to ones happiness as a happy home You
make your home happy by
at the i London
In a short time you will have enough money saved and deposited in the savings bank to buy a nice
heme by trading with the London. We are positive we are thoroughly qualified to supply your every
wr.nt, 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
John P. Adrience.president of the Buck
eye Mower and Reaper works, is dead.
The funeral of Governor Ludington was
hel'd at Milwaukee this afternoon at 8
Fridav was the coldest June day on rec
ord at iew Tork. The temperature waa
Governor Hill, of Xew York, is prepar
ing to resign in order to be able to take
his place in the senate.
Johan Most, the New York anarchist,
was Friday sentenced to one year's impris
onment in New York.
It is said that the Xational Cordage
company, of New York, has purchased all
the cordage works in Canada.
Bimness failures in the United State
for the week ended Friday were 224; for
the corresponding week last year, ITS.
The drowning of Lieutenant Robinson,
Y. C. Moore, and three of the crew of the
revenue cutter Bear, in Icy bay, Alaska, is
BaptUte St. John and his wile are
plaint ills in a suit in which they claim
property at 'West Superior, Wis., valued
The People's party is to organize in Illi
nois. A convention has been called to
meet at Juliet June 24 to put thinus in
shape in the Eighth district.
John Dennison, on trial before Judge
Baker at Chicago for murdering Edward
C. Dilhjn, was found guilty Friday and
sentenced to the penitentiary for life.
By the softening of the great Martell
glacier in the Tyrol ThuriHay an artificial
lake I.OuU feet long and 80 feet deep burst
its confines and flooded the vallev below.
Col. A. H. Belo, editor of the Galveston
News, said at New York Friday that the
Texas Democracy was almost a unit for
Cleveland for presidential candidate in
Bishop Coxe, of western New York-
created a stir among the athletic young
women of Buffalo. Thursday, by declaring
bicycle rrding not a proper amusement
for feminine folk.
Mr. Marietta M. Bones, the Woman's
Christian Temperance union seceder, has
brought suit against thirty women of
South Dakota and the Aberdeen Dally
News for 5tU)0 for libel.
The following uational banks were Fri
day authorized to begin business: The
Holcomb National bank-of Toledo, O.,
capital JiyiJO, and First National bank
of Kahspell, Mont., capital 50,XO.
Governor Fifer. of Illkidis has vetoed
the bill amending the act requiring the
owners of threshing mactiines to guard
against accidents. He thinks the amend
ment might make the law inoperative.
I ME MARKETS.
Nestable Diatier Fail, to ba given every one buying a salt-
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 15
to 20 per cent, cheaper.
London Clothing Cot
Chicago, June 19.
Quotations on the board of tr&d tort.v
ranged as follows: Wlieat No. 2 July,
oienel 94Vc. closed Mc; ISeptember, opened
fr4C ckwd H .; December, opened and
closed ttPxo Corn No. 2 June, ojienwi S-qo,
closed SyKju; July, opened attc, closed StfSc;
.-incuiLKr, i'ut-vi mill cillMXl mc. Uata
No. 2 .ItiK- riTM.ntl SfVi- !.w.l !kiL',.
. " I 97., AU-
gus-t. openi-d closed 32o: September,
oiiein-d 31Hjr. closed 31e. Pork May, opened
iu., rau tr.&r, juiy, opened ;i'i.;s, closed
10.40; fcx-iileuiber. ojx'ned fiuai, closed
$lu.t;i. I-ard June, opened SU.2U, closed
Hogs-f.Iarket opened rather active and
firm, mid nrif-s mlwi .V 1ti4k.i uiuut 1 1 .
. . ...... . -n . . f "'.ii via
the better qualities; later, an easier feeling was
xlevelopul, and the daure wan lont; oalus
ranireuni 5-.. otr pItrs. n..4.itMipnt, f4J5
&4.45 mimn imckiuK. Jl.:S.V4.ti.j mixed, and
ueavy packing ana snipping lots.
Cattle Market was only moderately active
nnri flip fi'linir tvui imi.r iMMiulv 1 1 .
p ... . v . V. wc
quotations ranged at $o.7XG.30 choice to fancy
euilHnuK rare, ao.iMa.Gu.gooa 10 enolec ab,
S4.3K5.4.S0 common to fair do, $3..'jiJt34J5 butch
ers' steers, $2.HuG3.50 Blockers, $2.63(54.75 Tex
ans. f3.4H.i4.30 feeders, f lJu&tOO cows, $L5Q&
3.5U bulls, and g.&&Ltfl veal calves.
j-neep JiarKei moderately active; feeling
rather eary. and prices favor buyers: quota
tions ranged at J3.5U34.80 westerns, 17I5.15
natives, and $.,u06.75 lambs.
Produce: Butter Fancy aeparator, 17Q17Hc
TWr4H--.lAtHi fantr fs, ...LI..
. . . . .. j , ..viu, ul, yackiuy
stocks, fresh. 10t$5U$c. Eggs-Lose off; ItHc '
vnrruu. iic pouiw-j cniciena, I'X&v&zc
per lb; spring, 2uec; roosters, 6c; turkeys,
mixed. ducks, 39c. Potatoes-Hebron,
$1.0OQ,l.tl5; Burbaak. L13eL3U; mixed. 90clifi
Lr, New Orleans, $4.54JS per brL Straw
berriea Michigan, - 65S5c per 24-qt. case.
Raepberriea Ked, $ 1.UO&U5 per 24-qt. cane;
black, tl.5O32.00 par ft-qt. caee.
" '' New York, June 19.
Wheat No. 8 red winter cash, tl.004; do
June, tl.OT; do July, Jl-OtH; do August,
tLOO. Corn JCo. 3 mixed cash. 73c; do July, .
64Hc: do Angust, 610. .OaU Dull but steady;
No. 2 mixed cash. 44c;. do July, 44Hc; do Au
gust, 34c Ky-Negiected. Barley Neg
lected. Pork-Dull; mess, $12.00&12JU. Lard
Quiet; July, $4.45; August, .61.
Livestock: Cattle Trading active; poorest
to best native taers.$4.ttt3.4U per 100 lbs; Tex
ans, 93.4lt33.90; bulla and dry cowa, $iQ0(i4.50.
Sheep and Lambs-rMarket tull and weak'
Ueep, $t.37Ht45.50 per lUOHbs: lambs, $.00ij
7.00. Hoga Market firm; livehogs, $4l7505JB
per 100 lbs.. y t.
The only cotrplexioa powder in the
world that is without vulgarity, without
injury to the user and without doubt a
purifier, is Pozzoni's.