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Rock Island Daily Argus.
VOL. XXXIX. NO. 210
KOCK ISLAND, TUESDAY, JUNE 23 1S91.
J Single Copies S Cents
1 Per Week 13 CenU
THE NEW SAVING
IS SOW PREPARED TO RECEIVE DEPOSITORS.
We Give Everybody 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
weall want. Nothing is so essential to ones happiness as a happy home You can
make your home happy by
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 Diansr Pail to bs 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 IS
to 20 per cent, cheaper.
EX-SENATOR M 'DONALD'S FUNERAL.
The Indiana Statesman To Be Laid In tb
Indianapolis, June 2a Arrangements
for t be funeral of ex-Senator McDonald
were perfected Monday. The services will
be held at the late residence of Senator
McDonald Wednesday afternoon and in
terment will be at Crown Hill. Rer. J.
A. Milburn, of the Second Presbyterian
church, and Rer. M. L. Haines, of the
First Presbyterian church, will together
conduct the funeral ceremonies. It was
suggested that the body be taken to the
capitol to be viewed by the public, but on
consultation with the family this plan was
abandoned. The public will be admitted
to the home of the deceased to view the re
mains from 1 to 3 o'clock Wednesday aft
ernoon. The funeral will also be public.
The bar will hold a memorial meeting, at
which Judge Gresbam will preside.
Brigands attacked and looted the vil
lage of Saljan, in Asiatic Russia, escaping
with the booty.
There were available funds to the
amount of $4,fiC4,879 in the United States
St. Louis rectifiers are to erect two large
distilleries, through which they will com
pete with the trust.
Ilog cholera is raging in the vicinity of
Waterloo. Ia. One farmer has lost 1E5
head of young pigs.
John Brooks, of Waldron, Mioh., whse
105th birthday anniversary was celebrated
with great eclat June 17, died Saturday.
At a convict camp at Cole City, Ga.,
the prisoners attempted to escape Monday,
resulting in the death of two guards and
All the efforts to avert the lockout of
tin plate workers In Wales have failed.
Twenty-four thousand men will be
thrown out of work.
The system of microscopic inspection of
hogs' flesh was inaugurated at the-Chicago
stock yards Monday under the im
mediate supervision of Secretary Rusk.
Bill Penilx?rton, of Bemto.Texas, loaded
a shot guu with nails and went gunning
for Cul!e Pembroke. lie found him at
home and Mr. Pembroke was buried Mon
day. ' t
Miss Phoebe Couzinst the deposed sec
retary of the lady managers of the
World's fair, has filed a brief in Wash
ington in which she claims she is still the
legal secretary, and asks for her salary.
It has been discovered that valuable pa
pers belonging to the" archives of the state
of New York have been abstracted from
the office of the secretary of state. The
full extent of the losses is not yet known.
Sam Small has sued his reverend broth
er, J. Wesley Hill of Ogden, Utah, for
criminal libel, in writing letters charging
Sntflutl with crookedness in vbe matter of
L'tahjuuversityiundiliev. Hill has been
The city prison at Macomb. O.. was
blown to pieces with dynamite Sunday
night, supnosedlv bv some voting men
who were recently incarcerated thereiu.
There were uo prisoners mi the Imilding,
and no one was hurt.
Mrs. Joeph Bierlinc, a well-known so
ciety woman of Chaska, Minn., has eloped
with the organist of the Moravian church
of that city. The pair purchased tickets
for California The woman took her 18-
mouths-old child with her.
The Growth of Homeopathy.
Atlantic Citt, June 23. At the Amer
ican Institute of Homeopathy yesterday
Dr. T. i. Smith read a paper on "Growth
of Homeopathy in the United States in
the Past Five Years." It was largely
statistical and quite important. He
stated that at present in the United States
there were forty general and tLirtf -five
special hospitals, of wtadi reports had
been received from thirty-three of the
former and twenty-six of tfce latter, show
ing that of 33,W9 patients treated 25,3'2
had been cured, 3.K3 relieved, 1,009 had
uiea anu o,uu are at present under treat
- Chicago. Jun 22.
Quotations on the board i.t i1a tni.
ranged as follows: Wheat No. 2 Julv,
opened P-Vo. closed 944c; September, opened
S"c. elos?d b'.;: December, opened
closed WV. Corn No. i June, opened Sec.
closed 57?ic; July, opened 5il closed 55Hc;
September, opened B$4c, alosed 5Rc. Oats
No. 2 July, opened aV. cbjsed Xc; Au
gust, ojiened 3Hfj-, closed Slkic; September,
opened 3 dosed Sfiyz. Port June, opened
JlO.ftSa, f l-M-d $10.1',; Jaly, noed -GiaOTH,
closed $10.2U; September, opened $10.31,
closed $10.43. Lard June, opened SS.07H.
Live stock Following were the nrire nth
I-.,i., t.b u"
fairly ative on pacL"f shipping ac
count: feelini? rMlht-p -via1; umn Tra
lOfll-V lower: stt'.os raiufed at S2.553,4.30 pigs.
4.ki-.o. iium, w.ii'it. routrn Dackine
Sl.r14.."x mixed, and $1.303,4.55 heavy pack
ing and shipping lots.
Crie-Harttt nioderafcfer active on Wl
aod shipping account, and pacea with
out material change; Quotations ranged at $4.70
A3U choice to fanrv thimuno- Ktr-a atov
. i i n ' '- -V.Wf
5.iW pood to choica do, common to
iairao, 5.j..nr".4.s butetiers' steers, $18.104.22.168ij
sto kers. $i.7i4.65 Tetans, $3.4&4.30 feeders
$1.3i34.i cows, tl.!fX&iM blflls, aud 2.5U&4.50
heen Market tikvI ,-r t..T i- a r-t ;
rather firm, and prices favor seller: nota
tions raoeed atJ3.5(5?.i.80 u-jrn 11
natives, and $5.5QiS.75 larAn.
iToduce: BuUer Fancy eeewmtor, 17&r7o
per lb; dairies, fancy, fresh, 14&l5c; packing
stocks, fresh. lOLbft-lllo. vr rCJ
per doz. Live poultry Old'chickens, luaiOc
icr iu; spring, cic; roosters, 5c; turkeys,
mixed. 6J9e; ducks. 89c. Potatoes Hebron,
$1.03.I.K; Burbanks, f l.l.VSl.a); mixed, S0c&
tLOO; New Orleans, per brh Straw
berries-Michigan, BaQJfic per 24-qt. case.
naspoernes Ka, per 24-qt. case;
black, tlJOtgiOO per S4-qt- case.
. . Nnr York. June 22.
Wheat No. 2 red winter cash, $liU; do
Julr. tl.()6U: da An mist 1 ntu- A c
tember. 99c. Cora No. 2 mixed caah, Jic;
uijf, ttj-c; Angust. uic. uats 'o. 2 mixed
cash, tSte; do July. !4c. Rye Neglected.
j . a v m. uuuj meaa, ai2.uu
ai2 W. Lara-Julet;: August, $8.50; Septem-
Uve Stock: Catle-Market steady for aU
graces; poorest - to best native steers.
$4.5 6.30 per 100 lbs; Texans, $315
4.75 bulU and dry oews, tSJOaii
bheep and Lambs Sheep firm; lambs active at
an advance of He per lb; sheep, f4.50a5.T5 per
100 lbs; lambs, $5.60(&8.00. Hogs Nominally
suady; live hogs, $4jufr5ja per 100 lbs.
Orange iw at krell & Math's; try a