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Rock island JtiAiur
BOCXC ISLAND, SATURDAT, JULY 11, 1891. -
Single Copies 5 Cent
Per Week 12 Cent
THE YOUNG LAOY CAME ROUND.
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.
lust to have a little fun and make things hum, we will start the ball with a
UcL .6 1
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 vou get that suit?" Of THE LONDON, of course, the only Bargain House of the tri-cities.
It vou intend paving $'10.00 or $12.00 for a suit, may be we can suit you for $.00. Come and see. This may seem redicu
lous, but vou 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, you will take advan
ce of this great clearing sale. -
We Must have the Room for our FALL and WINTER Stock.
ye intend bringing a stock of goods this fall to Rock Island that you will talk about in your sleep, and make the Clothiers of
ai-uues nave the nightmare all next winter. If you look tor bargains n
in all departments this month you'll not be disapponted at
The People's Protectors and Money Savers, Kock Island, Ills.
She Seemed to Think the Hold Deserved
Crawfoudsville, Ir.d., July IL Thurs
day morniDR Frank Fisher, a youngmer
chant of Crawfordsville, fell to joking
with his partner on the subject of ni a tri
llion v. His partner ottered to pay for a
icense if Fisher would take one out. and
Fisher did so at once. He called upon the
Miss H. it t in Martin whose name appeared
upou t he document with his. and explained
the situation to her. They were. not yet en
gaged, and the yonng l.uly was very wroth
at first, but after a little persuading came
around all right, and the couple were
married in the evening.
The Fall City bank, of Louisville. Uv
Professor Forbes, state ectomalogist of
Illinois, has discovered a paraside that is
death on the Hessian fly. -
Gertrude Walton. - a Bay City, Mich.,
heiress. has eloped with and married
George Considine, a Detroit crook.
The board of inspectors of the National
Soldiers' homes were in Chicago Friday.
General W. B. Franklin is at its bead.
Ex-Postmaster General Key has accept
ed the position of dean of the law school
of Grant university, Chattanooga,Wenn.
Frenchy Xo. 1, ""charged' with- tfceThur-
der of a Sissolute woman of . New k York,
has been sentenced to life imprisonment.
The national council of the ' National
Education association met at Toronto
Friday, Dr. Peabody, of Champaign, Ills..
In Warwick county, Va., Thursday, cne
McRay shot aud killed I.eou McPhersew
and his 6-year-old girl during the prosecu
tion of a "feud -3 rrtr
The census oi England and Wales, just
taken, shows a total population of 29,001,-
01, an increase of 3,trJi,572, or 11.C5 per
cent, since the last census was taken.
National trade asemblv No. 143. K. of
of I.., comprisinir the glass-bottie blowers
cf the L nited spates ar.ri Canada, will
niet-t oithe 1-Jth iii-t. at t. Louis.
.V ship loaded with supplies for the
Chilian rebels sailed from Man Francisco
Thursday and three more will go durins
the next fortnight. Altogether thevwill
take sl.OiV.fKf'i worth of food products.
Dr. Painter, of New York, who went to
Germany to be treated with Koch's lymph
for tuberculosis of the vertebra?, has ar
rived at home and says the lymph is a
failure Mid that he believes it has killed
Chicago merchants have canceled all
contracts with manufacturers of plug
tobacco and other goods which require
them to sell at 'card" prtce. IT bis is owing
to the anti-trust law passed bv the last
T. V. Powderly has postponed the pro
posed industrial conference- July 2J-, at
which i8 was . proposed- to" consTOerlhe
question of joining ttie Alliance move
ment. There was too response to
tae cail for the conference.
A 10-year-old son saved his mother's life
at Plainfield. N. J., Thursday, by an exhi
bition of presence of mind. A coal oil
stove exploded, and set her on fire, when
the Ikiv ran in. wrapped rtiground his
mother, and extinguished the flames. She
wascciv slightly burned.
Tii-;!ii:s Roche, of Columbus, X)., went
to Chicago to marry Mary O'Rourk. The
wedding was to take place Friday. Just
before the ceremony he dropped dead, and
on Lis person was found a full set of bur
glars tools and other eveidence that he
was a thorough-faced tough and scoun
Mrs. W. B. Edgar was sitting in her
residence, af Helena, Mont., holding a
knife iu oue hand trimming some flowers,
Thursday, when a flash of lightning par
alysed her arm and dashed the knife
throng an open door and clear across
anotler room Mrs. Edgar has recovered
from tne snook. The house was not dam
aged. 'THE MARKETS. -
Chicago. July 10.
Produce: Butter Fancy ceparator, I'Uer
lb; dairies, fancy, fresh.. ifrijUc; ?pjcing
Ft ocks, fresh. Iiflo"; "fives-oss off, U"v
15c per doz. Live poultr -t14 chickens, lUHsc
per lb; sprinu, 10c; roosters. 5Hc; turkeys,
mixed, 6c: ducts. fiS-SWc; spring, bf-Jt-.
Putotoes California, S1.5U51.73 jxr sack; st.
Louis, early Uhio. $ZW per bbl: Tennessee,
$.'.75.a(ii); Altoa. S2.0OW2.50. Apples Illinois,
S1.5nT'.5ii per bbU nj2ic jxt H-bu crate.
Mraberri Michigau. ntsc per ltWjt case;
Raciue. 75ffi9iV-. Kasptx-rries lied, tUM&l-S I
tr -4-4 i case; black, tl.Hii-l.5ii per pi-ut case.
New Yohk. July 10. .
Wheat No. 2 nil winter cash, 1.04; Ju'.v,
Sl. August, 7c: (September. s34i:
October. fT-H--. Toru No. 2 mixed cash.
7iic; do July. f.V4c: do August, OlJc; do
September. -jO:. Out Dull aud irregular;
No. 2 liiixed t-ash. 44c; July, 45S August,
oi(:t-li-. Hye Neglected, fcarley Neglected.
I't-k-yu:rt: uii. ill.5iixiia.ou fur new.
L-ii-.i - Ouict; August. f.l'i; .September,
Quotations on the board of trade today
ranged a follow: Wheat No. 2 July.opeccd
W"4C closed Si'kic: September, openeu tit .
rimed to3!.-: Iie-t-'iiilK-r, opened cIomxI
t4:. 'orn-No. 2 July, opesed KTc,
cio-ed 05-V4C: !ppteujlier, opened and closed .
.")l'2c; O tober opened 49c. closed 40tfo. Chun
No. I July, opened :i7iiic. closed 3t;
August, opened aud closed -iiepteui-
ber. o;iened i:-c, clawed &l-ir. .Prk--Jnlr, ',
p;x;ue-l sl.fi'U. closed f 10.22V: September.
opened SluJi7!,closed $10.47V4; October, nened '4
1 10.42 closeu f 1U.57V. LLrd July, opened
fd.15, closed -7Vi. '
L'vve stock Follpwlnejvece.the prices at th
Uniou stock yards tC-ay: , Baffs-ySufket
active and firm; boot quJhUesln good reqnest:
pris about 5(-jl')c hijflier on the good
grades: sales ranged at !.3O34-50 figs, fi.W
friS.W) light, : LaUS 4.75 rouffc paAlng. fto3
4t5.00 mixed. aud $44Vg6.W heavy picking
and shipping lots.
Cattle Market rather active on local and
shipping account and prices well main
tained; quotations ranged at .$5.7(f$.40jpfcoice .
to fancy chipping fteert $O.U0i54J I5l to
clioice do, 54.5W(i.lW ooftj)um to fair ""'do,--JiTfiatW
binchers' .sle. $5.ft)i3.5U j6tock
ers, $2.73(34.80 Texatw. 15.403.4.30 feeders,
il..V.rj.4.00 .cows, J1.5tii3Ji0 bulls, and $2JUt&
4.5U veal calves.
Sheep Market rather active, andprtces
without material change: quotations ranged .
at t.tmiiAM westerns, tJ.75itt5.10 natives, and
Live Stock: Cattle Trading was activa tor
all grades: poorest to best native steers 942a$
6.25 vr 100 lbs.; balls and dry rain. 30gi4.16.
Sheep and Lambs-Sheep firm: lambs 'very
doll at a decline of He per lb.: sheep, $580 per
1JU lbs; lambs.$67. Uogs NosninaUr steady; "
live hogs, 4J0a5.40per 100 lbs. ,i- - . . 3
Call on J. E.Beidy for lou in Scbjieira
addition, 1802 Second Tenuc, .