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xix. NO. 233
ROCK ISLAND, TUESDAY, JULV 21, 1891.
Single Cople 5 Cents
Per Wttk HH Geati
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 the ball with a
(ftp SUIT -
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 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 may seem redicu
Jous, 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 Eiye Dollars.
We intend selling
They Must Go!
Our Neglige Shirts Must Go!
Our Underwear Must Go!
Our Stfaw 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
We intend hrinnrlnnr a cr.rl' rvf
tne tn-cities have the nightmare all
every dollar's worth of our Summer Clothing this season.
nrrvrvHc .c fill fr. Rnrlr IvtanH that
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,
our FALL and WINTER Stock.
vmi will tllr ahnnt in vnur cIpah
Lion turned loose
mH mlrA th Plnhiorc
Rock Island, Ills.
TILL OR GO TO JAlL.
The Alternative Given Officer of tdtw-
renceburg, Iml., Banks.
Indianapolis, July 21. Attorney Gen
eral Smith received a letter Monday from
the prosecutor at Lawreneeburg regard
ing the action of the board of review
toward the banks that refused to state the
several amount which their depositors
had on baud at the bevinuingof t he assess- '.
ment year. When the attorney general's
opinion was received the board summoned "
the officers of the banks, and, under threat
of sending them to jail, secured statements
of deposit showing that $300,000 had been
withheld from the assessors. This sum,
together with 50 per cent, additional as
penalty, was placed upon the tax dupli
cate, making a total of fKK),0U0 as the re
sult of the investigation.
N. A. Earl, a prominent
urand Rapids, Mich., is dead.
The Merchants' National bank.
, of Fort
Worth, Tex., has closed its doors.
The census returns show that there are
nearly l.OOO.OdO more females in England
The entire state militia of Tennessee has
been ordered to the seat of the disturbance
Fire destroyed the village of Sawyer
viiie. Mich. The total loss is between
SrAOOi) and ),0Gt.
Grasshoppers have made their appear
ance in New Jersey, and are doing serious
injury to the crops.
K is reported that since their emanci
pation in Brazil the slaves will not work
lor love or money.
The execution of the decree of expulsion
against the Jewish artisans of St. Peters
burg has been indefinitely postponed.
At Oregon, Ills., a traction engine run
by F. H. Bailey and Charles Hicks fell
wi;h a bridge, fatally injuring both men. - '
Joe Goddnrd, the Australian pugilist,
whipped Joe Choynski, of California, in
four rounds at Melbourne. Goddard won
Mr. Spnrgeon, the great English preach
er, is reported better, and it is now be
lieved that he is procressing toward re
covery. In a summary of the world's harvest
prospects the London Times ventures the
opinion that the prices for grain will con
It has been decided by government en
gineers that the historic 'Long" bridge at
Washington must be removed, as it is an
obstruction to the Potomac.
While tearing down the old castle of
San Antonio at Rio Janeiro the contrac
tor found $T0,OX),0OOin gold and millions of
dollars worth of gold dust, ornaments and
precious stones. :
Rev. Samuel Barrett, a British social
reformer who has recently made a visit to
this country, says there are parts of Chi
cogo that equal Whitechapel, London, in
vice, and are much dirtier.
George Ilanlon, one of the original Han
Ions, says that the man who . broke his
neck at Clinton, la., la?t week was not
named Ilanlon, but O'Mara, Wm, Ilanlon
is alive at Cohasset, Mass.
Col. H. Clay King, of Memphis, is about
to bring suit against thecity of Xew York,
on behalf of the King family of which he
is a member, to recover ?1X,000,000 worth ,
of property which it claims was leased to
the city ninety-nine years ago.
The Columbus, Hocking Valley and
Toledo, the Wheeling and Lake Erie, and
the Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton
railroads, the three main north and south
lines through Ohio, have agreed-upon a 1
cent per uiiie rate for carrying veterans to
the G. A. H. encampment at Detroit.
Muc h Ado About a Dog.
Ml'NClE, Ind., July til. Saturday night
Corwin CofTeen, a prominent marble deal
er, was arrested and jailed for failing to
register his dog. He was released Sunday
and at once employed lawyers to make
the city defendant in a big damage suit,
as the law requiring th registering of
dogs in force iu this city is claimed to be
CnicAoo. July 20.
Quotations oa the board of trade today'
ranged as follows: Wheat So. 2 July,
opened fc.4 dosed vT-fco; A5.-U!JT, opened
fr34c cIomhI KHc: September, opened WVjc,
closed K3Ujc. ,oru No. 2 July, oined 57Hc,
cloMfJ STVir: August, opened 65J.4c cloeed
544c: Pepleuiher. opened 51v$f, closed &c;
October, opened Mz. cloe i otJJgc. Oats July,
oiened aud closed Sit;; Auxust, opened
27c. closed STKic; September, opened 2SV4C,'
closed 3Bi-. Tork July, opened flLlO,
closed SU.20; September, opened closed
SU.3.; October, opened $11.;). closed $11.40.
Lard July, opened and closed gi.40.
Live stock Following were the prices at the
I'nion stock yards today: Hogs Market
rather active on ixicliiug and shipping ac
count and feeling lirni: prices ruled
about 6c higher; sales ranged at $3,803
5.31 pigs, $r..V2,-..:i) light. $4.5J&5.15 ronuh
packing. $.VU."Kj.i mixed, and t5Jj&A.3
heavy packing and shipping lots.
Cattle Market rather active on local and
shipping account and feeling strong; prices
ruled ofiklc higher on the best grades;
quotations ranged at $-).'ia.5Jcholce to faDcy
shipping steers, 13.0 3.70 good to fancy do..-
4.5tS5. common to fair do, &).7t4.40
butchers' steers, $2.ft3J.5il stockers, f2.73
4.60 Teians. 3.40&.:JU feeders, $L5Oa4.U0
cows. tl.SU&au bulls, and 3k.o035.00 veal
Sheep Market moderately active and prices
ruled 510o hiher on best grades; quotations'
ranged at S3.SO&5.00 western, $A7ii5JJ0 ha- .
Uvea, and i.'k2Ug0.75 lambs. . . i
Produce: Butter Fancy separator, 17Q17l4io'
per lb; dairies, fancy,' fresh, U&lfu .packiag '
stock, fresh, lOrllOHc. Eg-fWlfeJU&f per 1
doz. Live poultry Old chickens, lie -fcier lb;!
spring, 153.1'ic; roosters, SfcJ 8c; tnrkoys mixed,'
fcaiuc; ducks, ilte; spring, 111130. f'ottoes .
St. Louis, Early Ohio. $.-0OH2.1O ner bbh;
Tennessee, t2J53.SJ; Alton, $2.03.35. Ap-'
pie Illinois, J1.2&25.00 per bbl; okoice, $2J8S.,
Strawberries Racine, tl)0gL25 per16-qt case.'
Raspberries Red, $L10L25 per 24 at case:'
black. J1.803L75. H ,
NrwVORg, Julr SO. ,
Wheat No. 2 red wicter cash. 7c;nly,
84-Vjc: August. SCSc; September, 8Sic'
Corn No. ft mixed cash, TOc; do August, 3c;
do September, 61 He. Oats Quiet; No 2
mixed cash, 43c; do September, 81Kc. Rye-
Neglected. Barter Neglected. Pork Doll;'
mess, tl2.0fta 1UM for new. Lard Quiet; i
August, t.60; September. I6.TO. '
Live Stock: Cattle Trading active at anr
advance of 10c per 100 lbs for all grades; poor-'
est to best native steers, $L$5a-0u per 100 lbs;
Texans, t3a3.7Q; balls and dry cows, Ub
3J0.' Sheep and Lambs -Sheep, firm; lambs.'
active at an advance of He per lb. Hogs -Mar-"
ket firm; live hegs. S5.00isa.50 per 100 lbs. - ;
Poztooi's Complexion! Powder pro
dnce soft and beautifol kini it com
bine! cTerj element of be ixtj and purity