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ock Island Daily
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KOCK ISLAND, FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1S91.
Single Copies 8 Cent
Pe Week ISM Cent
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
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. Saga J t &
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 seemTredicu- '
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 you are wise, you will take advan
tage of this great clearing sale. .; v
We Must have the Room for our FALL and WINTER'Stock.
th e intend bringing a stock of goods this fall to Rock Island that you will talk about in your sleep, and make the Clothiers of
e tri-cities have the nightmare allnext winter. If you look for Bargains in all departments this month you'll not be disapponted at
The London Clothii
The People's Protectors and Money Savers, Rock Island, Ills.
KILLED BY A FIST BLOW.
Quarrel Over a Girl End In a Friz
Pittsburg, July 24. Henry Boyd lulled
John Myford Wednesday night in a prize
fight near Monongahela City. The men
had quarreled over a girl, and decided to
settle their dispute in the prize ring.'
Wednesday night was the time set for the
fight, and the men met in the ring accords
ing to previous arrangements. Three
rounds were fought, neither man iiaving
any decided advantage. In. the fourth
round Boyd landed heavily with his left
on Myford's jugular. Myford fell heavily
to tbe ground, and died a few minutes
later. Boyd surrendered himself to the
authorities. Both men were young coal
Smallpox is so prevalent in Berlin as to
be almost an epidemic.
Rich petroleum deposits have been
found in the island of Zante, Greece.
Aewlork bd1 Boston capitalists have
purchased all the street car lines in De
Mrs. George Bassett. of Udolpho. Minn..
has become the mother of triplets, all of
whom are doing welL
County Judge White, of YauVton. baa
decided that the proBibition law of South
Dakota is unconstitutional.
The 14th of October has been fixed upon
for .the consecration of 'Rev. FhilliDS
Brocks as bishop of Massachusetts.
The Kimball & Champ investment com
pany has failed at Council Bluffs, lia
bilities, $125,000; assets, 1400,000.
Colonel John E. Tourtelotte. a retired
officer of the regular army, died suddenly
at his home in La Crosse. Wis.. Wednes
By the explosion of a locomotive boiler
at Plattsmouth, Neb., two men -were In
stantly killed and several others fearfully
Yellow fever has broken out among the
crew of the steamship Nigretia, at Pensa-
cola, from era Cruz. One death has oc
The famous old sloop of war Brooklvn. -
which was condemned some time ago, was
burned at Boston Wednesday for the met
Mrs. Rudolph Roden. a recently dis
charged patient from the Kankakee, Ills.,
insane asylum, committed suicide at her
home in Chicago.
Landlord Bemis, of the Richelieu hotel.
at Chicago, has sued the Illinois Central
for tJ5,0OU damages to his property by
smoke from the road's locomotives.
Several American delegates to the Con
gregational conference in London have
gone to Holland to visit the site of the
first cnurch of the Pilgrims at Leyden.
An editor of the New York News lias
been indictedrfor publishing an aecoirnt
of the recent electric execution at Sing
Sing. The New York law forbids such
Unknown parties have threatened with
death Judge Pugh and Prosecutor Huling
WPftuse of the j-jtiite's riUiegs and the -prosecutor's
speeches at tbe Elliott trial
at Columbus. O.
By the explosion of a can of gasoline in
a chicken yard in Decatur, Ills., Frank
Johnson p.nd his little daughter were
burnt on the head, face and arms in a
Joseph P. Homer, of New Orleans, has
been elected general grand high priest of
the general grand chapter Royal Arch
Masous for the coming three years. The
chapter is in session at Minneapolis.
The chairman of the Nebraska Repub
lican committee expresses the opinion that
an election for governor must be held in
that state tbe coming fall, aud that Thayer
cannot bold over.
Chicago, July 23.
Following were the quotations on the board
of trade today: Wheat No. 2 July, opened
SDVsc, closed 8ric; August, opened 8694c, closed
SGHjc; September, opened $6ic, closed 86c '
Corn No. 8 July, nfienedOOifec, closed c;
August, opened iTJctlosed 55?ia;...Sertem
ber, opened SSXe, clos?5 sjSjjc. Oats No. 2
July, opened 44c, closed S7c: August, opened
29c, cloned 2T,c; September, opened SSc,
closed ZTUtc. l'ork July, opened (11.40,
closed f 11.25; September, opened S1L80, closed
11.45: October, opened ll.ti"i, closed J1L50.
Lard July, opened Jti.00, closed
Live stock Following were the prices at the
Union stuck yards to-day: Hogs Market
Mark t moderately active ou packing' and
shipping account, aud feeling somewhat un
settled; best trades of light ruled steady, but
other qualities were dull and prices 103.15c
lower; sales ranged at pigs, $4.85
(23.W liKht, 4.702S. tougii packing, 84.90
S.tit mixed, and f5.05t3.SO heavy packing
aud fchippiui; lots.
Cattle Market moderately active on local
aud shipping account, Trices without change;
quotatiuus ranged (.VMi&St . choice to
tMic? shipping stoers, SiOOi-iTO good to choice
do. Sl.SOfij.'JO common to fair do. 3.77iQ4.40
butchers' Mvr. SiMTj.A.jt) stackers,
4.30 Texan. I"$-4"34.3i feeder. $LaO&4.00cows,
hulls, and Sini-M veal calves.
Sheep Market moderately active: prices
ruled steady; quotations ranrd at S3.u03-4.9(
westerns, l.?j(&5.10 natives, and fcj.OUJiC.00
Produce: Butter Fancy separator, T7o per
lb; dairies, fancy fresh, Italic; packing stocks,
fresh, BriMOc - Eggs Loss off. 14 per dot.!
Live poultry Old chickens, ll!4cperlb;priag '
l17c; roosters, 5V$(&c; turkers, mixed, SllOc;
ducks, 310c; spring, 10c. Potatoes St. Louis,
Early Ohio, Sl.5oai.75 per bbl, 40cjaera; '
Tennessee, $L73&2.00; Altonf l.SoaLTo; Kan
sas, ta.'jtto per-hu. AjpleJllinols, (rreen.
$1.25S2.00 per bbl; choice, $2JJ; eating, $3.00&
J0. Raspberries Red, JLlOadii per 24-qt
case; black. SI JSU&l.aJ per IS-qt case, etack- '
berries Michigan, (1 3&'$LSi per lOjqt case.
Nrw York, July 23.
Wheat No. 2 red winter cash, ffc; do July,
Ksc; do August, StU-ic; do September, 9Ho:
do October, OTVc Corn No. i mixed cash,
7-Hc; do July, 7040; do August, Wc Oats
Dull but firmer; No. 2-miaea cash, 44c; do
AugUBt, 34c: do September, ftc Rye
Neglected. Barley Neglected. Pork Strong-
er and more activa; mess, $li50SH2t fori
new. Lard-Quiet; August, JU.80; September..
Live Stock: Cattle Market Arm. but no
trading in beeves; dressed beef, steady; native
sides, HSV4c per lb. Sheep and Lambs
Market steady; sheep, $4.25Jtia per 100 lbs;
lambs, $5.0ua7.UX Hogs- Nominally steady;
live hog. S5.loa5.90 per 100 lbs. .
E. E. Parmenter, attorney Bk iaw.
Makes collections, loans money and will
attend to any legal business Intrusted to
him. Office, postofflce block. Rock Isl
and. Tils. . dwlj :
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