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Bock Island 'Daily
KOCK ISLAND, SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1891.
Single Copies B Cent
Per Week 12 Cents
We have assumed the position as "Leaders," and not 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
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
"O, 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
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 vou are wise, you will take advan
tage of this great clearing sale. '
We Must have the Room for
the tri T"te?d brin2in a stock of
"'-cities have the nightmare all
goods this fall to Rock Island that you will talk about in your sleep, and make the Clothiers of
next winter. If you look for Bargains in all departments this month you'll not be disapponted at
The People's Protectors
our FALL and WINTER Stock.
and Money Savers,
Lion turned loose
the ball with a
Rock Island, Ills.
HOSTILE SOUTHERN HONORABLES.
The Lie Gou Oae Way and a Book File
JACKSON, Miss., July 18. The Clarion
Ledger yesterday afternoon contained an
account of a personal difficulty between
the Ifon. H. D. Money aud the Hon. F. .
Birkedale, during a joint political djs'
sion-between these gentlemen at Oxfotd'' -Thursday.
Major Barksdale chnrged that -y-Colonel
Money had lieen' accommodated
with a large loan by Mr. Huntington, pre-,
sum.ibly in consideration of his support
while in congress of a Huntington scheme. -Colonel
Money acknowledged the loan,
but denounced any man as a liar who
would charge that he supported the meas
ure in order to obtain the loan. There'
upon Major Barksdale hurled a book and
struck Money. Violent language was
then interchanged, but finally Colonel
Money was led from the nail by friends.
Afterward the difficulty was amicably ar
ranged by the interposition of mutual
The Hall-Fitzsimmous fight will take
place at Stv Paul next Wednesday.
Colonel George M. Chambers died at his
home in Jacksonville, Ills. He was over
90 years of age.
The First National bank of Pineville,
Ky., capital $50,000, ha been authorized
to begiu business.
A scheme ia on foot in New York for a
grand international horse race for a enp
and 100.000 added money.
One Russian province will ask the gen
eral government to advance $5,125,000 to
peasants for seed and food.
No further fatalities are reported as .
the result of the wreck of the building aC
West Superior, Wis.. Thursday.
General Tom Browne, for many years a
member of congress from Indiana, died
at Martinsville, Ind., yesterday.
Frank Rossimus, who shot a policeman
at Middlesborough, Ky., was taken from
the jail at that place and lynched.
Business failures for the week ended
yesterday, in the United States were 244;
for the corresponding week last year. 187. i
W. S. Capeller was elected president of
the National Editorial association at St.
Paul. The association adjourned yestei.
Two hundred pounds of nitroglycerine
exploded at Washington, Pa., blowing
one man to atoms and wrecking two '
The president of the English board of
trade said in t he house of commons that
20,000 Welsh tin-plate workers were out cf
Joseph Leuvenmark dived Into a park
pond at Kansas City from a height of 83
ft., 8J4 inches.beating the world's record of
7: ft. 7 inches.
T Thursday's storm in northeastern Min
nesota destroyed 2,500 acres of growing
crops, leaving the farmers in many cases
The First National bank of Wyan
dotte, Kan., is in the hands of a bank ex
aminer. The liabilities are $100,000 and
the assets $2O0,'KX).
The total number of paupers in the
I. uited States according to the census re
port, is 73,045. against 60,203 in 1S80. Of
the total in 18J0, 27,048 were foreign born,
aud 0.407 negroes. The Heures sbaw a in
crease in the ratio since 18). !.
A vote of confidence was' riven tfc
French ministry in the chamber of demi
ting Only 103 out of 420 votes were cast ,
with the oppositif n.
A Pittsburg physician is at work upon
an immense papier niache model of the
human heart for exhibition at the World's
fair. It will lie three feet in diameter.
and will open to show the inner mechan
Lrper Found Id a Ltuudrjr.
New YotlK. Jnlv 18. A Chinos Irur
named Chin Hop Sini has been discovered
in a laundry at 403 Fifth street, where he
has beeu washiug linen for east-siders for
the past seven months.
THE MAftTfcTi 0.
Chicago. Jb1vJ7. 'ul
Quotations on .the board of trJli'ili fh:
raneed as follows:'' Wheat Xo "9 Jnb ! ' ;
opened 86c closed - 85Jw: ' August. ': opened ' r '
and closed September, opened 8nc, f , :
closed S3Hc.' Corn So. t Jnlv. onened 5&Uc ' : '-
closed SSUc: Auirust. oDened 55Wc i'--.
5.j?fce: September, ouened clnad 59M,. 5 "'. ",.
October, owned EOWc. closed SOtn. - iniv t ' i ..
oiiened 3414c. closed 34c; August, opened) f !
ZSli. closed 27iic: Srittrnihrr. niviwl '. ' : .
closed 2Tkic. Pork July, opened S10.85.! ' i
closed $10.95; September, tnd $18.05. closed1 VS i
$11.15; October, oiened $11.10. closed $1,120 f
Lard July, opened and closed fttUEM. '
Live slock Following .were the nricaa at tl
Union Mock yards today: Hogs Market
rather active on packing and shipping ac
count: best trades 5c hiirher: other cn-W
ancbanced. wiles ranged at $3.70&5.15
pig. $4.MtfU0 lignt. 4.TjiOO rough
packing, $t.NV.w.40 mixed, and $5.06350
heavy parking and shipping lots. J?
( aMe Market fairlv aciivn nn lni
shipping account, and prices well sapuored:
quaiatkms ranged at $Uj(a,t).40 prime to x-f
tra steers. t5.5Jia6.1l) mod to fanir An ai !ava'
5.35 fair to pood . do. SXPXa-XTi common toi
medium do. $2.40(3.10 gras-fed Texans. $3JSi
Ct.4t) corn-fed Texans. $1.75a3.UO Mockers
t3.WCi4.00 feeders, $1.50644.00 common to choky'
cows, $1.5003.50 bulla, and $2J05.00 ye
well maintained; quotations ranged at f3JiHf
5.10 western. S3.73iil.U5 mtiTM. and as nva m ,
per lb; dairies fancy, fresh, 14&14caeklB4
etock.-lresh. 10aiOVc. EVtsu Jraa Atr vu
dos. Live noultrv Old chicken, lin u,
snrins. 15llnii: mutrn. SUiiia- tm.lr.n
aaiuc; ducks, l0c; spring. mtUc. Potato i "i
SSt. Loula. Early Ohio, $2.002.16 per bbl '
Tennessee, $2ji.V2.50: A4ton, $3.60aSJ5. Ap": j
ihb 1LUUOL3, ii7f.iRner bu choice, JZJ5 .;
Strawberries Racine, $l.(i4.LSi per 16jt cast :i
Jr8?beJ7lj?.Red L10a4J5 per 24 qt cut (j
black, $L80&1.75. n
New York. '.
rv. . . . m v. , .
Wc; August, U&dci Septenfber. VSHt -4 ' ' f '
October, r-ifi. Corn No. 2 mixed oah,.73ji - r . 'j
do August, 64tc; do Septenlber. 61M' d ' I ' . !
October, 5t4c. Oats Dull but steady; S " . A '
2 mixed cash, 48c; do August, 34c; do Septei " "',j i
ber, 32Jic Rye -Dull. Barley Dull, pork ', .
Dull; una, $lL75igl2.50 for new. Lard Qule ,1
July, $6.71; August, $6,88. ' ' ''
Live Stock: Cattle Good cattle ln'demaci ,' .
at a shade firmer prices, but common to m ;
dlum steers sold at afurtntr decline of lft
poorest to beat native steers, $4J.40 per 1! "i I .
lbs; Texans and Colorado, $3.8uS.0Q; bul ;1 : ' :
and dry cows, $Z253.o6. Sheep aad Lambs i i '
Sheep, slow ana Yc lower; lambs, steady, ai ' ;''
a bettor demand; sheep, $4Jii5.10 perlOBlt " '
lambs, i.Oom.i. Hogs NomiaaUy stead " ' f
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