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ock Island Daily Argus
V01, XXXIX. NO. 229
ROCK ISLAND, THURSDAY, JULY 1J 1S91.
Single Copied 5 Cents
Per Week ISttCente
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
T ir J
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
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If vou 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
is, 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, you will take advan
tage of this great clearing sale.
We Must have the Room for our FALL and WINTER Stock.
rlv tevnteud brinSing a stock of gods this fall to Rock Island' that you will talk about in your sleep, and make the Clothiers of
w iri-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.
SET THE CONVICTS FREE.
Highhanded Proceeding or Miners at ai
Tennessee Colliery. ,
KsoxviLLE.Tenn., Jujy 10 About forty
con vii ts employed as miners hy the Ten
nessee Mining company at Briuerille, Art--derson
county, were released early yes
terday morning. Two hundred and fifty
armed miners and other men went to the" ,
mines and took the convicts from the ;
guards. No violence was offered, but the
convicts were told that they co-ild go free
if they wished. Two of them wanted lib
erty and left, but the others, fearing cap
ture, and not having a change of clothes,
refused the, offer. The prisoners were
placed in a car and brought to this place,
where Superintendent Goodwin is await
Some Prospect for Bloodshed.
The coal company o.Iicials claim that
they were forced to employ convict labor,
and will ask the lessee of the penitentiary
aud the state to protect them
in the contract recently made.
The governor, with two companies of
militia, is on his way to the scene of th
trouble, aud as 130 convicts are jxpecUd
to arrive at the mine today, the mattex
may result in bloodshed.
Cardinal Manning celebrated the S3d
anniversary of his birth yesterday.
i'f" ...J.-..lj VUUICUIIUU
ref used to indorse t he sub treasury scheme.
muge .. a. arder, who was under in
dictmeut for the murder of his son-in-law,
committed tuicide at Chattanooga, Tenn.
Michigan raises 24.011, MS bushels of
wheat this year, the largest crop in many
Much damage was done at Clinton, Mo.,
au i Kalamazoo, Mich., by terrific electric
Fire destroyed the principal business
portion of Mount Veruon, Wash. Loss,
The secretary of the Xew York watch
trust denies the alleged dissolution of the
A X?vr York dentist whose finger was
bitten by a patient last April has just
died of lockjaw.
A cvclone visited Zwinc'ln Tn arA
wrecked several houses. A number of
people were injured.
The Chicago, city Directory for 1S01 con
tains ovetu&oj,i)0g names and indicates a
total ioimlatiou of l,2S0,fkX).
An incendiary fire in New York tene-. ..
ment houses caused the death of one pfr
son and serious injury to four others. '
Mrs. Dr. J. llolloway, of Springfield. O.,
has fallen heir tn 1 (UHl Don lfr !. I...- ....
cle. Sir James Baxendale, of England. r
Hal Pointer, at Iiomewood park, Pitts
burir. won the free-for-!l nana Hninn tt,.
second, third, and fifth heats in 2:17V.
Sixty-six votes were cast at San Jose,
Ills., on the que&tiou of building a new
school building, thirty-one being cast by
women, all for the building.
Carporations and others in Illinois, em
ploying large numbers of men will fight
the recently passed weekly payment law
in the courts to the bitter end, on the
gruuud that it is unconstitutional.
The Xew York World savs that them
should be a recognition in that state "of
the fact that there can ba but one place
for Xew Yorkers in the list of exhibitors
at the World's fair and that is at the
Nina Van Zmdt, the proxy widow of
of the Anarchist Spies, who is going to
marrv Siinnr M.-ilatn an Imlinn i,n,,-l-
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ist.says that Captain Black, of the counsel
t 1. l;- ,
lor me auarcuisis, lnuucea ner to marry
Snies. saviuir that the. veil nf rnmnnr.
tbroivn over the anarchist by that
would save his life. Captain Black
.aiiss -Mna is romancing.
Omaha lias No Hall Team.
OMAHA, July 16. The Omaha ball team
is a thing of the past. All the players left
the city vestcrday most of them going to
the Washint:ton association team. It is
lelipved t hnt. the filiifn 1-um nn,.k.
v v w i j in im
i i the field will result in disrupting the
v esiern association.
t'niCAc.o. July 15.
Quotations on the board of trade today
ranc?'! ns fo'.lmvs: Wheat No. 2 July,
oix-n.il ssv. clitsed W'i- Auarust, opened
)!. rioiHHi c; Seittiuhi:r. opened 85c,
closed J-4:;sc. Corn No. S July, opened 68i$r,
closed oTijc; Aunust, opened at'ic closed
f4c: KeplemK-r. opened .2l'jc, closed C2c;
Octolier. opened .lO's. closed 4!ThC. Outs July,
oened artel clos-l a.V4l-; August, opened 2!H4c, .
cloPed SM-c; Septembi-r. ojened &fc, c1osh1
4''. I'ork July, opened $10.:C!. closed J10.
September, oix?ne-l $lo.57Ui. closed t0.
JK!-: OctolK-r. opened S10.6TU, closed $10.&5i.
Lanl July. onued Sti.23, cled
Live stock Following were the price at the
Union stock yards today: Hoks Market
active on packing and shippinu account, and
prices ruled I'Hii.l.V hittlier, siiies ranged t .
S:).7(i5.il pit-s. $4.NVcri.:r liifht, J.;ia.4.95
rouuU packiiih'. $4.snrii.r.:n mixed, and $o.UU4i
5.4i heavy packiniz and shipping lots.
Cattle Market fairly active on local and
shipping account: prices steady for the bent
Krades. but rather easy for other qualities;
nuatntions raaaeii at Srt.l'.ir.ijj.ii prime to ex
tra steers tS.HKi6.05 good to fancy do, i $4.50
5.J5 fair to kok1' do. t:).lo:t, common to
medium do. $2MV&i.)0 Krass-fed Texans, $3J5
154.40 corn-fed Texans. $1.7303.00 stockara, .
fci-Ouiitlfeeders, $l.j,4.u0 common to choice '
cows, tl.50j(3.j0 bulls, and ti5O&5.00 veal
Sheep-Market moderately active and prices
steady; quotations ranged at t.5035.00 west
ern. N-7iy-iJ. natives, and $5.C83.5i) lambs.
Produce: B itter Fancy separator, ITilTc '
per lb: dairies, fancy, fresh. 1 ie.l4c; packing
rtock. fresh, lOluUje. Egsrs Loss oiT,JJ4 Pr
doz. Uve ioultr' Jld chickens. He per lb;
spring, liilHc: roosters, SbiQfic; turkeys mixed, '
Aloe: ducks, &.J10C; spring, UftUc Potatoes
St. Louis, Karly Ohio, ;.O)33.10 per bbl;
Teuuessee, $3yi.5it; Alton, ti 3i25. Ap
ples Illinois, (1.25&2.00 per bbl; choice, $2jO.
Strawljerries Kacine, Sl.i)i? IjTi per iiJt case. '
Raspberries Tied, 81.10l.S per tl ot case: '
black, il.ool.7o. i
N ew York, July 15.
"heat No. 2 red winter cash, Bsc; July,
ftHc: August, Wfc; September, Wc; Oc
tolier, Bac. Corn No. 2 mixed cash. 73jc; do
July, ISSHc; do August, tttVfec; do September,
61c; do October, SKJc. Oats No. 2 mixed '
cash, 50c; August, B&i; September, 33c
Rye -Nominal. Barley Nominal. Pork Dull;
mess, $lL7aii23 for new. Lard Quiet; July '
S6.5U; October, $8.00.
Live Stock: Cattle Market dull, 15c lower:
native steers, $4.M&.W per 100 lbs; Texans
and Colorado. VUS5&4.60: balls and dry cows,
t2.0Uti3.75, Sheep and Lambs Sheep, steady;
lambs, dull: sheep, 4Jfi5.50 per 100 lbs;
Iambs, t4.SU3a.4u. Hon-Market firm; Uva