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HOCK ISLAND, WEDNESDAY, JUL 22, 1SU1.
Single Co-! SCenta
Per Wee 12 OeirU
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
m . ' SALE !
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
"0, where d.d vou 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 $5.00. 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 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!
we stock V1 Children's clothing will go, for prices cut in half will make them go. If vou are wise, you will take advan-
4 or this great clearing sale. ; : -
We Must have the Room for our FALL and WINTERStock.
e tri-cities hiwEgin? Lsock of gods this fal1 to Rock Island that yu wi!1 talk about in your sleep, and make the Clothiers of
c me nightmare all next winter. If vou look for Bargains in all departments this month vou'll not he dfcannnntpH at
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The Pepple'sr Protectors and Money Savers, Rock Island, Ills'.
Potomac ran l)i miles at Jerome Park
1 Secretary Foster has cone to Cape Mar
to remain a week. t .
Gold has gone to a premium of 1;. pet '
cent. in. Portugal. - -.r
Two men were killed by a bci'er iex '
plosiod at Laketiew Mich., Tuesday, j ,
Foreigners doing business in Kussta
must become .naturalized within five years
or leave the country.
Judge H. W. Blodgett. of the United
States district court at Chicago was TO
year old yesterday.
William II. Pope, the defaulting state -.treasure
of Tennessee, has been ar
rested in the City of Mexico. .
Dr. D. C. Jr.ckson, of Chicago, has been
elected president of electric engineering in
he Wisconsin state university. .
Sam Pullman, the negro who outraged
Mrs. Glenn, near Shelbyville, Ky.. had
been captured. He is dead. Judge Lynch.
The Democrats and Alliance men in
Kansas have both determined that there4'"
shall be no fusion in the coming cam
paign. . . ' .
The surplus in the treasury yesterday ';
aggregated t54.413.2H3, of which amount '
&u.52,6K9 was deposited in national
William P, Ross, one of the oldest and
most prominent public men in the Chero
kee Nation, fell dead at his home in Fort
A statue of General "Stonewall", Jack
son was unveiled at Lexington, Va. Gen
eral Wade Hampton and Jubal Early
were the orators of the occasion.
A Philadelphia colored boy shot a
woman named Euchavaria with a toy pis- '
tol duriug a quarrel over the amount of
50 cents. Mrs. Euchovaria died later.
The pope boa written a letter to the pres
ident of the French republic, in which he
says the republic will have the support of
Catholics if it does nothing unfriendly to
Edwin Lee Brown, for many years a
well known and respected citizen of Chi
cago, died yesterday at his residence in
the north division. He was 04 years of
The steel-plate mill and one of the guide
mills of the Springfield (Ills.) Iron com
pany were totally destroyed by fire, in
volving a loss of from ?2o,000 to $30,000.
Near Flora, Ills., the residence of H. P.
James was burned, and with it the re
mains of the entire family, five in number,
who had.'ic' is believed, been previously
murdered by Mr. James in an insane fit.
Frank Sherman, a Milwaukee boy, has
been refused admittance to New York be
cause he was a stowaway on an ocean
steamship, and was ordered back to Eng
land under the alien law, despite the fact
that he is an American. Uis friends hare up
peared, however, and he will remain.
AttomeVPat Ever, of Sc. Lcuis, rec
ommended the refusal of a decree of in
corporation for an Austrian society on
the gi-ouud that its purpose was un
American, in that it was proposed to
keep the records in German and perpetu
ate foreign iiloas generally.
Philadelphia, July 23. At "a hearing
in the Bardsley- case by the council inves
tigating committee, Samuel B. Huey, at
torney for the Lucas estate, corroborated
Postmaster General Wanamaker's testi
mony that he (Wanamaker) had never
been a stockholders in the Keystone bank.
The Illinois Weekly Payment Law.
Danville, Ills., July 22. T. L. Spell
man, a coal operator, was fined $50 by a
justice of the peace Monday for violating
the weekly payment and anti-truck store
laws. He appealed the case, and will taka
it to the supreme court, probably.
Never Too Old to Love and Despair. '
Berlin. July 22 George Eisner, aged
93, shot himself with a revolver in the
Lindenstrasse yesterday. He lost further
interest in Lfe U cause he had bten jilud
by a widow of 50 in favor of a younger
Chi caoo, July 21.
Following were the quotations on th board
of trade todav: Wheat No. 2 July, opened
SfAic. closed Khc; August, opened MSc, closed
85Vjc: September, opened closed 85&c
Corn No. 2 July, opined 5sc. clnsrd Ssifcc; Au
gust, oiK-ned 5.?sc. closed S&s,c; September,
opened Sie, closed ii3?w. Oats No. 2 July,
opened 34c, closed 3iV : August, opened 27Hc
clox-d 27sc: S.?i teaj'iH.r. nprneJ :ii"gc, closed
27c. I'ork July, opened Sll-ii, closed SU-STlf;
September, opened f 11.(5, closed S11.47&-: Oc
tober, opened apd closed $11.5(1. Lard July.
OJiened ii.4!.'s, closed $6.5t.
Union Stock Yards prices were as folloys:
Hogs Mark t rather active on lucking and
skipping account; best grades 5Cj.l0c higher,
hat ( iiiuaiuu'lols ohi KAngedt sales ranged at
iia.Y3j pis, iO.fr?:. light, H.Wr..5
rough packing.-$S.0a.,.7i mixed, and (5.2a9
2.i0 heavy piM-kin? and shippingi.ols.
Cattle MarSet moderately active on local
aud shipping account; natives steady, but Tex
ansduHat l'kul5c decline; quotations ranged
J.'i.WtSMS.O choice to fancy shipping steers. 13.01!
(a-1.70 good to choice do, $4.:x5.l common te
fair do. $3.7:r;) 4.40 butchers" steers, fi&M&jC
stockers, 2.bi4iXM Texaas. J3.jft4.3u feeders,
$1.5uifr4.UO cows, l.UXtM bulls, and iSXx&tM
Pbeep Market moderately active; prices
ruled comparatively steady; qnotationse-anged
at 3.506,40 westerns, 13.73(35.00 natives, and
Froduce: ftutter Fanojr separator, 17c per
lb; usuries, fancy fresh, 133.14c; packing stocks,
fresh. 5 40c Eggs Loss off, 14$ per do.
Live poultry Old chickens, 1 lVic per lb; pring
16&17c; roosters. 5Vfc3c; turkeys, mixed, SlOc:
ducks, 3-10e: spriag. 10c. I'oUtoes St. Louis,
Fiariy Ohio. 1.5lii.L75 per bbL 4S-t0o peTlbu:
Tennessee, $1.752.00; Alton, tK50i3t.T5; Kan
sas. 40350c per bu. Apples Illinois, green,
$1JJS&2.(J0 per bbl; choice, $2.25; eating, 3.0U&
3.SU. Baspberries Red, $1.10aL25 per 2t-qt
case; black, $1.51.30 per 16-qt case. BUck
berries Michigan, tlJ&'il.W per 16-qt case.
New York, July 2L
Wheat No. 2 red winter cash. BHc; do July,
flfiMc; do August, 94Vc; do be pt ember, 85c
Corn No. 2 mixed cash. 7uc; do Julv, 68c: do
Augnst, 64: do September, 82c, Oats DoU
and Steady; Jo. 2 mixed cash, 43!c; do Au
gust, 33?io; d- September, 13c. Rye Nominal.
Barley Nominal. Pork Hull: mesa. tl2.0u
13.00 for new. Lard Quiet; Augaet, ftt.71; Sep
tember, tfi.M. - .
Live Stocs: Cattle Market firm, but no
trading In beeves; dressed beef, steady; native
sides, 49Hc per lb. Sheep and Lambs
S heep, steady: lamb&Actlve and a shade higher;
sheep, $4.23fe&2& per 1U0 lbs; lambs, $5.12
7.12H. Hogs Market higher; Uve hogs. 15.10
(45.80 per lOOIba,
- Lou in SconeU'a addition for $400 and