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ock Island Daily Argus.
OL. XXX1S. KO. 228
KOCK ISLAND, WEDNESDAY, JUL 15 1S91.
Single Copies S Cent
Per Week 1 Cent
We have assumed the
from his den
Just to have a little fun and make things hum, we will start
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
"O, where did you get that suit?" Of THE LONDON, of course, the only Bargain House of the tri-cities.
If vou intend paving $10.00 or $12.00 for a suit, may be we can suit you for $). 00. Come and see. This mav 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 vou are wise, you will take advan
tage of this great clearing sale.
We Must have the Room for our FALL and WINTER Stock.
We intend bringing a stock of goods this fall to Rock Island that you will talk about in your sleep, and make the Clothiers of
tne tri-cities hive the nightmare all next winter. If you look for Bargains in all departments this month you'll not be disapponted at
position. as "Leaders," and not even the
would make us flinch an inch from that
and Money Savers,
Lion turned loose
the ball with a1
Eock Island, Ills.
A MIGHTY TOUGH CITIZEN.
Knocked Sky-High by a Locomotive and
Picked fp I'nhurt.
Pittsburg, July ti. Express train No.
B on the Fort Wayne road pasted Lin wood
about b a. ni. yesterday and had scarcely
gone 200"-yards when the locomotive struck
a tuau who was walking on the track. Ha
was knocked about twenty-Jive feet, turn
ed sAeval somersault and, finally landed
on his back. Tbe train was stopped im
mediately and the trainmen hastened to
his assistance. When theyjreached him ha
va.s sitting up, liga'.ing a pipe.
Afraid or Railway Accident.
Tbe conductor was sure that the man
must have been injured somewhere, and
sa id: "You had lietter ride with us to the
next station, where medical attendance
ran be procured." The man removed his
pipe and replied: "Xo, I have read too
much of railroad accidents and I guess I'll
walk. I ain't in no hurry."
A conflagration did $100,000 damage at
William G-. Havenor, a dry goods nier- -chant
at Buffalo. X. V., has failed.
Teachers' salaries in the United States
annually amount to more than fW.OOl.OOO.
Aliout fifteen buildings, inoluding two
lumber mill and several factories, wera
burned at Montreal. Loss, about $75,000.
The Peary north .pole expedition is
blockaded by ice in the straits of Belie
Arthur ITismer, Jr., a prominent Inm
Iwr dealer, died at his home in Keokuk,
The Canadian Pacific steamer Atha
basca collided with aud sank the Pontiac
in the '.Soo-' river.
Dr. Charles W. Crary has been appointed '
medical pension examiner for the Chicago
The Liberal party whs victorious over
the Mormons and their allies in the school
election at :iltl.ake City.
The grasshoppers iu eastern Colorado
are not the red-legged variety which de-"
vastated Kansas in ls74, and are not de
structive. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Anderson, who were
recently married in Chicago and are mak
iug their wedding trip to New York on
bicycles, have reached Detroit.
The s;t. Paul eh.imlM-r o commerce has
appointed a committee to confer with a
similar committee from Minneapolis re
garding a speedy union of the two cities.
Three men, while hunting seals near
San Miguel, Cal., last Monday were
drowned. Another one of the party clung
to a rock for twenty-four hours and was
Queen Victoria now rules a population
of :i;7,0i 0,001 a greater number of peop'e
than ever acknowledged the sovereignty of
auy other one person in either ancient or
Mrs. Laugtry is said to be disfigured for
life from a kick in thetace administered
by her financial backer, Abington Baird," '
in a lit of jealousy. Baird, it is reporttd,
squared himself by paying the Lilyt35.
OJU. The latest railway sensation is a report
that the standard Oil company has se
cured control of the iuthern Pacific by
the purchase of the interests of Hunting
ton and S-arles. KockefeHer is to be pres
ident, so the report says.
The California legislature at its last
session passed a law providing for a bounty
of apiece for cpyote scalps. The new in
dustry has developed to such an extent
that unless an extra session repeals the
law the state is in danger of being bank
rupted. Heath ni a Prohibit iuniot.
Middi.etown, Conr.., Jv.ly IS. Phineas
M. Augur, who was the Pre hibition can
didate for governor last fall, died at Lis
home near here yesterday, aged 05. His
detth was caused by heart disease.
Cnidoo. July .
Quotations on the board of trade today
ranged as follows: Wheat No. 3 July.
oiened g4c. closed August, opened
Nii-4c. closed M$c; September, opened 85';,
clowd KVsc. t'orn ?Co. 8 July, opened 5tfe.
clo-ed 5c: August. -:iirued i&HC, closed
6l4c: September. o-ned 51lc, closed S5ic
Oats July. oined 3Tw. closed 3jiic; August.
opened -'.. closed if-Tic: September, opened
and closed Pork July, oiieued $1H.:CI.
closed fin.;l: September, opened 10.571$,
closed il'i..VI; Vtnler. ojiened illt.65. closed
fio.ilii. Lard July, opened iti.30, closed
Live stock Following were the prices at the
T'nion fttnrk vard tnjluv IT. ..- T -1- ...
active and liiui: sbipiicr buying freely: prices
TI'k: uigner. saies tainted at g:i.M-Xi.M) pijs,
f4.7.V ?.:-, light, f4.WK-4.83 rough packintr. '
f l.T'KTiS.ia mixed, end l.aoiiw heavy pack
ing and shipping lots.
Cattle Market rather active on local and
shipping acco nt and prices well supported;
Cjuatations ranged at fii.HrFtt.2i prime to ex
tra steers. 4tr.6.rtj cond-tn fancv do ti Virr.
S.:r fair to eowl do. 4U lft;i:t r-, .n...n
medium do. S2.40Ii3.S) LTaSf-fefl Trtlm S3 S
(T.4.40 corn-led Texan. S1.7i7?3.iu etockers.
S-l.l;21.4ofeedcrK. S1..VS,4.W couinion to choice
cows, $1.613.00 bull.1. and S2Jju7tA.Q.l veal
Sheep -Market moderately active: prices
without material chance; quotations ranged
at $..n.5.0u western, $:i.75345 natives, and
Produce: Butter Fancy stjiarator, 17&17VfcC
per lb; dairies, fancy, fresh, 13ci.ltc; packing
Stock, fresh. Hi.lOW.. Kmra tiwanff KUm
dor. Live poultry Old chickens, lln rr ihr
spring, lOig lc; nxwten. 56c; turkeys mixed,
lUc;duka,6ffjl0c; spring, llcSlSc PoUloea
rtt. Louis, Early Ohjo t.Uua.10 per bbl;
Tennessee. Sr..aO: Alio a. $:.00SJSS. Ap
ples IllinoU, tl Xtvg.V) er iihl; choice, $8jJi
Strawberries Racine, $l.UKLi5er ld-qt case.
Iplwries-Red, $L1U&L per 21 qt case;
. . . 'ewTOBK, July 14.
heat No. S red winter cash. tl.UO; July,
Vk: August, 5Jc; September. Cora
No. 2 mixed cash, 70c; doiSuly, 6c; do Au
gust, l-4c; do September. i4c; ao October,
&4?. OaLs-No. 2 mwed cash, 43$c; Ac
gust, 344c; September, S.14C. Hye -Nominal.
Rarley Nominal. Pork iiall; mess, $1L75(&
12 for new. Lard Quiet; July, $tt.5S; Octo
- Livestock: Cattle Market firm, but no trad,
ing in beeves; dressed beef, ateady; natlra
sides, Jt.4(WHe Per lb. Sheep and Lamb
Sheep, fairly steady; lambs, abnoet nnsalable.
at a decline of Ho per lb: sheep. t4JQ5.09 per
100 lbs; lambs, 4.00&n.00. Hogs-Nominally .
teadr. Uv hogs. 4JX3.5.tO per IU0 lbs.
What is more attractire than a pretty
face with a fresh, bright comp'.exionf For
It, use Pozsoni'a Powder.
Lota atauctioa prlcei in Bchsell'i ad-
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