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Rock Island Daily Ai
;0L. nXIX. NO. 227
KOCK ISLAND, TUESDAX, JULY 14, 1891.
Single Copies B Cent
Per Week 12 Cents
We have assumed the position as "Leaders," and hot even the
from his den would make us flinch an inch from that
Just to have a little fun and make things hum, we will start the ball with a
(Oil) ' r '
And will throw in enough SI 0.00 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 $.00. Come and see. This may seem redicu
Ious, 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
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
tage of this great clearing sale.
We Must have the Room for our FALL and WINTER Stock.
the WiiSfc ud br"Sin ? stock of gds this fall to Rock Island that you will talk about in your sleep, and make the Clothiers of
ui-uues nave the nightmare all next winter. If you look for Bargains in all departments this month you'll not be disapponted at
every dollar's worth of our Summer Clothing this season.
The People's Protectors
and Money Savers,
Lion turned loose
Rock Island, Ills.
A child was born at Houston, Tex., wits
a full set of teeth.
The Island Stt"h and Door company, 01
Milwaukee, ha. ft isfuel.
A famine is, ..n?atened in Guatemala
owing to a scartiity of corn.
A 14-year old New York boy set fire to i
stable and jsix Borses were burned.
Indians at the Whit Earth (Minn.) res
ervation are threatening trouble.
Edward Burgess, the celebrated yacht
designer, died in Boston Sunday.
A naphtha yacht blew up just off New
York. Eight people were drowned.
The reports of Michigan forest fires are
declared to be greatly exaggerated.
The Hotel St. Louis, at Dulnth.fcas beert
destroyed by fire. The loss is estimated at
During the last year Sil7 persons were
killed and l.t'87 injured . by railways in
New Jersey. ,
Mr. Spurgeon's physicians are now
holding out hopes that their eminent pa
tient may recover.
The stevedores of Chicago hare a ban'
doned their strike for higher wages and
returned to work.
The Boatman's Fire and Marine Insur
ance company, of Pittsburg, has decided
to go out of business.
. Hill City, S. D., is excited over the al'
leged discovery of large quantities of a
high grade silver ore.
E. C. Stark & Co., bankers of Utica, X.
Y., have failed. The liabilities of the
firm are placed at fJ-JO.OOO,
.T. H. Lee, secretary of the Iowa Demo
cratic state committee, is very sick of
heart trouble at his home ia Red Oak.
His recovery is despaired of.
The senate committee on rules is in 6ev
sion at New York trying to find a way to
shut off long-winded debates.
Elias Phipps, a H-year-old boy, fatally1
shot hia father at Marcy, la., while the
latter was beating the boy's mother.
President Carnot, of France, was fired
at by an insane man on the streets ol
Paris yesterday. He was not injured.
A mutilated body was found near Den
ver, which it is thought may be that of an
alleged Russian messenger who disap
peared a few weeks since.
A landslide at the North Pacific can:
nery. on the Skeena river, in Eritish Col'
uuibia, destroyed nine houses and killed
A band of COO Navajo Indians, it is re
ported, has taken possessien of a ranch on
the Little Colorado, in Arizona, driven off .
the herders and slaughtered a large num
ber of cattle.
The London Times devotes several
columns of space to theColumbiau Fair.
It says it does not "doubt tUutihe exhibi
tion will in many respects surpass all
that have preceded it.
Yarden Brown, of Sing Sing prisqn;
New York, wys that neither Jiiiuseli -nor
any of t he witnesses of the electrical exe
cutions last week will .gue-'testinionr be-1"
fore Coroner Levy, of New York, in the
Sniiler case. He 6ays the coroner "has no
right to hold the inquest.
Going to Make Trouble fur 1 1 aire.
Albany, July 14. Secretary L. B.
Proctor, of the New York Utate Bar asso
ciation, says that the action of Lawyer
Haire in appealing the electrothanasia
cases to the supreme court for what
seemed to be purposes of delay only
would lie called to the attention of the ex-1
ecutive committee of the association,
which meets here in a few dave.
The Work of the Firebugs.
Reading, Pa., July 14. Vithin a ra
dius of three miles in Hereford township,
In this county, a dozen buildings, includ
ing dwellings, barns, mills, etc., have been
burned during the past few weeks. The
Ijss will aggregate over $50,000. Officers
are being specially employed to run down
lioxuier Will Row Ten Eyek.
Haetfof.d, July 14. George H. Hos-
mer announced yesterday that he has ac
cepted the challenge of Tea Eyck to row
for fix) a side. If a suitable purse can be
raised the race will be rowed here.
Chicago. . . ..
Chicago. July 11
Quotations on the board of trade today
ranged as follows: Wheat No. 2 July,
oened SM-, closed Wo: August, opened
close! Sio; September, opened WMie, '
closed Ki'ic. Corn No. - July, opened 55c
closed August, opened 52e. closed
ftpc; September, opened GOV. closed 5IV40.
Oats JuJy. oiened 3."Ao, closed SJc; August.
opened 2UH)C. closed 20c; Septenfber, opened
2c. closed 2e. Pork July, opened $10,221;
clohd flOTH: September, opened $10.42H, '
loed J10.4TVa: l)i tober. oiened flOJii, closed
10.571. Lard July, opened JJj, closed
Live stock Following were the prices at the
Union stock yards today: IIcmts Market
active and lirni: shippers buying freely; best
grades &t10f hiUer, other grades steady d
uncbaniced; ecles ranged at $.3.Uli&i.3U pigs,
Uiftiii liKUt. $. iv.i4.Hti rough packittg,
it.7"-i.V10 mixed, and $ i.tfj&o.i) heavy pack
ing and shippiug lots.
Catt le Market slow and weak, owinetothe
larvo supply; buyers backward; price 10(lao
lower; quatations ranged at I5.8f3&25 choice
to fancy shipping steers, $4.a0&a.j0 good to
choice do. $4.404.80 common to fair do, $3.75
(4.3) butchers' steers. ii.XSAS0 Blockers,
fc2.75S4.aiJ Texans, f.L45 feeders. S1M&
3.50 balls, and $2.5034.60 val calves.
Sheep Market moderately active; prices
without material change; quotations ranged
at $3.503,4.90 western, $3.75&5.10 nacives,- and
$5.5036.75 lambs. "
Produce: Butter Fancy separator, 17i7Hc.
per lb; dairies, fancy, froth, V8lc; packing
stock, fresh, 103lOV4c. Eggs Loss off, l&H per
doz. Live poultry Old chickens, Ho er lb; .
spring, 15 ltlc; roosters, 5H'86c;turkeya mixed,
AlOc; ducks, 9Q 10c; spring. UcTlUc. Potatoes
St. Louis, Early- Ohio, $3.0042.10 per' bbli
Tennessee, r!.25fiy5.50; Alton, $2.5H3iJ5. Ap
ples Illinois. $1S2.00 per bbl; cboice, $2j.
Strawberries Racine, 81-001.25 per lft-qt case.
Raypljerries RimI, $L1U2J.25 per 64 qt 'eSti
N ew Yowl Jjily 13.
"heat No. 2 red winter cash, f 1.03; July
SLttfc August, SWJljC; September. DJn; Octo-
ber.WiJ.4e. Corn No. 2 mixed cash, 71ic; do
September, 5t94c; do October, 57Hc Oats
No. 2 mixed cash, 434c; August, 3474c; Sep- '
tember, 32Hc. Kye Nominal- Barley Nom
inaL Pork Dull; mess, $U.75&12.25 for new.
Lard-Quiet; July, $8.56; August, $8.55.
Live Stock: Cattle Market dull for all
grades at a decline of 1016c pes KM lbs.; poor
est to best native steers, $3.4ft&fU0 per M0 Ib4
Texas and Colorado, $2Jjurj5.dr; balls and dry1
cows, $2JUCJ,4.86. Sheep aad Lambs Sheepl
steady, lambs dull at a decline of Ho 'per la.ri
sheep, $4JBr3S.)per 100 lbs.; Iambs, $ftJ037J
Hogs -Nominally steady; lire bogs. $4J094.d
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