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Rock Island Daily Amhj
bffllX. NO. 223
ROCK ISLAND, THURSDAY, JULt 9, 1S91.
I MngJe Cnpien 8 Cent
Per Wrek Cent
A38H . VIATCO TELEGRAMS.
A New York mm uas discovered that a
woodcku:k can ciwu:) a tree.
St. L -in n tr.tug itar-1 to get the na
tiuni'l 15 .: r.vic convention.
0 t.iVt 'i.: n.4, tbi novelist, is Alice
FrtSiL-'.i ijiiva'e iuc. She is an lows
1 i. v.-hi-.it r;;i w western Washing't n
is i- ;.i : ;r.utiy :. iui".! in- grphers nn4
We have assumed the position as "Leaders," and not even the Lion turned loose
from his den would make us flinch an inch from that position.
Just to have a little fun and make things hum, we will start the ball with a
And will throw in enough $10.00 and $12.00 suits to make competitors of the tri-cities exclaim and stare in amazement and ask
"0, where did you get that suit?" Of THE LONDON, of course, the onlv Bargain House of the tri-cities.
If you intend paying $10.00 or $12.00 for a suit', may.be we can suit you for $x00. Come and see. This may seem redicu
lous, but you try it and if you are not too fastidious and don't want the earth with a fence around it -
We will Suit You for Five Dollars.
We intend selling every dollar's worth of our Summer Clothing this season.
They Must Go!
Our Neglige Shirts Must Go!
Our Underwear Must Go!
Our Straw Hats Must Go!
Our large stock of Children's clothing will go, for prices cut in half will make them go. If you are wise, vou will take advan
of this great clearing sale.
We Must have the Room for our FALL and WINTER Stock.
Ve intend bringing a stock of goods this fall to Rock Island that you will talk about in your sleep, and make the Clothiers of
tn-cities have the nightmare all next winter. If you look for Bargains in all departments this month you'll not be disapponted at
The People's Protectors and Money Savers, Rock Island, Ills.
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treasury 1)1 ; ;vrt meut purchased
..!.- v o.'5.U.M of silver at from
u of HawarJen,
been authorized to
W'iliiatu Fitzgerald, a Detroit printer,
has been driven insaue by studying the
Donnelly Bacon-f-bakespeare cipher.
The graiu commission firm of Mohr,
Zinkeisen & Co., of Milwaukee, has as!
signed. The liabilities will be heavy.
The steamship Utopia, which sank in
Gtbraltar bay in March last with 600 Ital
ian emigrants, was raised Wednesday.
Judge Leay, of the United States dis
trict court, has decided that the Cherokee
nation has no title to the Cherokee strip.
The source of the mysterious desert lake
in California has been found to be a break
in the Colorado river eight miles from El
Mrs. Potter Palmer had aji audience
with the wife of the president of tin
French republic Wednesday relative M
World's f.iir matters.
The directors of the Chicago, Burling
ton and Quiucy railway announce that
the great fight of rtiat corporation against
the Brotherhood of Locomative Engineers
The Pai-Ui !1 candidate for parliament in
Cariow, Ireland, was defeated Tuesday bj
a wte of 3,'i.Vi til ,33'J. The successful can
did::te is !'. supporter of the McCarttJ
wie- cf the Irish party.
Judge Plcwmaa, of the Deadwood coun
ts court. Las rendered a decision that tht
iiiohi'iitci v law is unccn-
u:ii. -.... i tne act embraces sul.
i'--;;? not iiKi'. i- aed in the t itlfv . 4
Two of the he-dies of the boating party
drowned near Cincinnati on the night of
June -." last have b..-eu recovered those of
Miss Ivjtie Cvx and her lover, Joseph
Ziiis. The rings Miss Cox wore had been
Mrs. Grant is seldom seen nowadays.
During the next weak she will take up
her residence for the sumn;er at Elberon.
Since the death of the general she has
been quite a recluse, and she has ay
James Campbell, of Philadelphia, wh
was a member of President Pierce's cab
inet, is the oldest living cabinet officer n
the coantry. Although nearly W years
old, he may be seen on the streets dai'y.
His interest in public affairs is unabated.
Up to date $2,000,000 has been appropri
ated by states for representation at the
Chicago World's fair, "afcer the total
amount is expected to reach' $4,000,000.
Only $5,00.000 in all was appropriated
for the centennial at Philadelphia.
Progress on Ileuiiepin Canal.
Chicago, July . United States Dis
trict Attorn.-y Milchrist and Captain W.
L. Marshal!, government engineer here,
are just now engaged in making all pre
liminary pieparatiuu for building the
Hennt-pin canal, and the work is pro
gressing finely. They have leased or pur
chased for the government over twelve
miles of the surveyed route and at the
next term of court at Peoria condemna
tion proceeding will be commenced to ac
quire the balance of the right of way.
Most of the loute is over farm land.
Tuo Men Drovned.
Sakdlskv, O., July 9. Henry Kek, ci
this city, and Joseph Braunlich, of Cleve
land, went out in u small boat to fish.
They failed Vo return and a search result
ed in finding the bodies of both men on
the shore of the bay. Nothing is known
as to how they came to be drowned.
Chicago, July 8.
Quotations on tbe board of trade . today
ranged as follows: V3jft !o. ipiy. opened
Pic. closed SC;c: Sepicmber, opened 87c,
closed fcTHt' : iJecember. opened i&Hc closed
K-ac. Corn No. 3 Jul?. . opened JiBf-ic.
cloned M-j: September, opebsd cWe, closed
5se; October. o; ned . clord tse. Ost -
No. - .J'jiy: opened closed C7tn;
Aurust. opened -.-:t.e. c!osea 2;4c: Soptetu
ber. opened r.'i--. closed Fork July,
opened f !.:. elosed flO.W; September.
oi-ned S10.:.. l )sel io :!o; October. opnl
JlU.'w. rios-u M" J. Lard Juiy, opened $0X5,
Live stock 1t"I1k :(c w ere the prices at the
L'niou titock yards to-day: Hogs Market
moderately .vtive on packing and shipping
actom.t, bm f.:eiiuir rather easy, and price
about .V. lower oa tlie cjiiimim qudities; Kales
ranged at i-.-tj 4 l pijs, 4.1V4.35 liyht.
$.W"i4.fO r.Tu-,-n paeki Jt.fr.5t.tk1 mixed,
and S4.T0i.'.i Ueavy pnekinj; and bhippiinj
Cattle Market rather active on local and
shipping account and prices well' main
tained; quotations ran, d at S-.IO.40 choice
to fancy fcLippiix steer.-. iSAMQSXO good to
rhoioe do, H.yi4M common to fair do,
Z-i'.m buteberti' steers, Si.&VtaM stock
er. J-2.Tia4.Ai Texans, $3.4rL3i) fee-iers.
1..4.')U eo-.v1, SL.jiJit3.30 bulls, and $2.513
.'J veal calves.
Sheep Market rather active, and price
without material chanire; quotations r&nced
at 8;J.iXii4.UO westerns, W TJcViW natives,! and
I'roduce: Butter Fancy separator, 17o pet
lb; dairies, fancy, fresh. UfeHc; lokina
stocks, fresh, h& W4c. Egjrs-'Losa, Stt, UiUt
lie per doz. Livetxaltrj- Old chickenalflJ4o
per lb; uprint.. ltic; roosters, 5Hc; furkeya,
mixed, 9-; ducks, -gH--; spring, tyQ&Qc.
Pototoes CaLfornia. J1U3,1.7 per sack; St.
Louis, early Ohio, $2.50 per bbh Tennessee,
$2.75&3.t: Alton. $?.00-ry!..j0. Apples Illinois,
$10a.5ii lr bbl: l.Vte per f-bu crate.
strawberries--Micl.igaa.30fjUc per l-qtcae:
Racine. 7a-jSic. Iijispberries Red, $Uiui&L2i
per 24-cjt case; black. iLtXAl.CO per 10-cjt case.
New YoK.i!y 8.
Wheat X.. 2 red winter cash, $1.0 July,
ci.uist; ugu., itsc; --ptemocr.
clo!er, VTiif.-. t'orn No. 2 niLxed csl
do Jaiy. 07! ic: do Aueust. WVa.- do
tember. teUio. Oats Dull but .tnaA r- fin
mixed eath. 43c; July, 43J4c. Rye Neg
lected. Barley Neglected. , - Pork Dull;
mess, $ll.a!ii2Jii for new. - Lard Quiet;
July, $6.50; Auzust, $L5L
Live Stock: Cattle Trading active at tor.
meT prices for choice steers, but common to
medium cattle dull at a decline-of strong. 19c
per M) lb; poorest to best native steers, $4JS5
J5 per 100 lbs; bulls and dry cows, f--
Sheep and Lambs Eheep firm ft sn adwapoa
of He per lbs; Umbs dnVi ai-ljper lb lowen