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VOL. XXXIX. NO. 211
HOCK ISLAM, WEDNESDAY, JUSE 21. 1S01.
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THE NEW SAVINGS BANK
IS NOW 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
we all want. Nothing is so essential to one s happiness as a happy home You can
make your home happy by
at the 1 Lonclofliii
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.
OUR GOODS ARE NOTED
For strength, beauty and finish. You
cannot get better goods or lower figures
anywhere. Our guarantee goes with
jevery article sold. We can and will save
Nestable Dinner Pail, to b givan every ode baying a salt-
IA 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.
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London Clolng ' Company.
Commencement exercises were held at
Anu Arbor law school Monday.
Fully 2,500 emigrants lande4 at. the
barge office New York Monday.
Parnell, in a speech at Balbriggan
Monday , assailed Gladstone in strong
The City National bank of Mason City
la , capital $50.uuo, has been authorized tc
On the Sheepshead Bay track straight
course Monday Kingston reduced the p,
mile record to l.-CS.
The National Savings bank, of Nash
ville, Teun., closed its doors Monday. Lia-
bilities estimuted at 0u0,0)0, nearly all s
It is asserted now that G. W. Marsh, thf
Philadelphia bank wrecker, is on his waj
to Brazil, having started for that countrj
Yellow fever is abating in Vera Cruz.
All the cases are now confined to the
hospitals, aud none is considered dan
gerous. The government has been nnable to lo
cate the man who assaulted Detective
Freeman, and who is supposed to be De
Mrs. President Harrison continues her
devotion to China .paiurvMr, and lias many
beautiful specimens of her work in the ex
Owing to the exertiou attendant upon
addressing the colonial bishops Gladstone
has suffered a relapse and is again in the
hands of a physician.
Alley Bros. & Place,Bcston leather deal
ers, have acsigneti. Liabilities, fciOOfOOO.
The members of theau say that creditors
will get 100 per cent., with interest.
The United States legation in Mexico
will be raised to the first-class rank on'
July 1, and after that date Minister Ryan
will receive an annual salary of 117,500.
Billy Maloney, one of the "boodle" alder
men of New York, has had the nerve to
apply for his salary during the time that
he found it healthy for him to live in Can
ada in IN;.
The United States supreme court has
decided that the ownership of beds of beds
of inland lakes is vested in adjoining
owners, reversing a decision made by
Mrs. Ann Jane Thomas, a spinner in
the Barbour Flax Thread mills, at Pater
eon, N. J., has fallen heir to .1)0,000 and
other property at Liverpool, England.
She will spin no more.
Five passengers were hurt severely in a
collision on the New York Central rail
way, near White Plains, N. Y., Tuesday.
Four men were killed and six injured by
t"ie wreck of a oonetowction train near
Million, Ky., Tuesday.
Advices from China received at San
Francisco Tuesday are to the effect that
the anti-foreign feeling is very intense and
many outrages have been committed, mis
sionaries in particular being badly treated
by mobs.- Amer ican, British and French
war vessels are having their hands full in
protecting the hated classes, and the for
eign ministers at Pekin have notified the
Chinese government that foreigners must
Death of Edwin Forrest's Widow.
New Y'ork, June 24. Catherine N. Sin
clair, the widow of the tragedian Edwin
Forrest, died on Tuesday, June 16, at 62
West Eighty-fourth street. She was 74
years old. I hough once well known as
the wife of the famous star, and later on
as an actress of no mean ability, her dos
ing years were passed in the darkest ob
scurity. Broken in health and fortune,
she lived her last days beneath the roof of
an old friend, and went to her grave un
known ana iorgotten.
Woman Suffrage in Illinois.
Springfield, Ills., June 24. Governor
Fifer h assigned the bill enabling women to
vote for all school officers. Twenty-six of
forty-four states, a considerable majority
of all, have now giveu women some form
Drowned Her Three Children.
Hrnsos. Wis., June 24. Mrs. John Lar
son, in a fit of insanity, drowned her three
little children Monday night in the lake.
She has been sent to Hie asykmi.
- The markets.
Chicago. June S3.
Quotations on the board of trade today
ranged as follows: Wheat No. 2 July,
opened 94's closed SOc; September, opened
lc, closed BRl-jc; December, opened Wljc,
closed SMc. Corn No. 2 Jane, opened 5714c,
dosed 57o; July, opened 54-r, closed 54Ho;
September, oiiened 51W, closed 5oi-. Oate
No. 2 July. ojened 35yhc, closed 35Vc; Au
gust, opened :tlhic closed 30?,:; September,
op.'ued 3t)f 4c closed !9Hj,r. Pork June, opened
510.IJH;, closed $10.00; July, opened iai:u;.
closed $10.1)5; September, ened $10.45,
closed $10.30. Lard Jrfcie, opened $41.10,
closed $.'t;u. 1
Live stoek Following wire the iiric3 at the
Union stock yards to-day: Hogs: Market
rather active; packers and f-hippers buying:
ft-elim: Knu, and prices about ue higher; sales
ranged at $2.ttu3.4U pigs, St.2U.i4.tiO light,
$t.ivru.35 rough packing, $4 .S0.si4.tM mixed,
aud S4.4."-i4.i)0 heavy pouting and shipping
Cattle Market moderately active on local
ami chipping account, and prices well
uinititained; quotations ranged at $5.70
tiii.: choice to fancy shipping steers, $5.(J0Qi
a.'ti good to choice do, $4.30i(j4.9O common to
tair do. $3.504.25 butchers' steers, 6H.6U33.5u
etorkers. $2.J5.;4.& Texans, $3.4U&4J0 feeders.
Sl.5Oi4.O0 cows, gl.3oia.jo bulls, and S.50&4.5U
Sheep Market moderately active; feeling
rather easy, and prices favor buyers; quota
tions ranged at $3.5n4.80 westerns, $3.75(35.15
natives, and $5.5U3J.5 lambs.
Produce: Butter Fancy separator, 17i2.17Hc
per lb; dairies, fancy, fresh, 145 15c; packing
stocks, fresh, VWqMMc- Eggs Loss off, 14Hc
perdoz. Live poultry Old chickens, lU&lOHic
per lb; spring, 20Pj21c; roosters. 5Hc; turkeys,
mixed. oVjMe; ducks, arSSc. Potatoes Hebron,
$1.00(2.1.05; Burbaaks, $1.15.(11.3); mixed, 80ui
$1.00; New Orleans, $4.(34J5 per brh Straw
berriesMichigan, 6VoA5c per 24-qt. case.
Raspberries Red, Jl.OirfjlJS per 24-qt. case;
black, Sl.5u32.00 per 24-ou case.
New York, June 23.
Wheat No. 2 red winter cash, $1.09; do
June. $1.07; do July, $1.04 do August,
!:; do September. 6c. Corn No. I
mixed cash. 71c; July, (Sic; August, OOttc
Oata Quiet but steady; No. 2 mixed cash,
4ic: do July, 41c; August, 36c. Rye Neg
lected. Barley Neglected. Pork Dull; mess,
fl2.omal2.50 for new. Lard Quiet; August,
Live Stock: Cattle Market firm, bat no
trading In beeves; dressed beef steady; native
sides, &M&9Wo per lb. Sheep and Lambs
Sheep, $4.5Q&5.45 per.100 lbs; lambs. 98.003
7.6216c Hogs Nominally steady; live hogs.
aui25 oer 100 lbs.