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Rock Island Daily
ROCK ISLAND, JIOXDAY, JULY 27, 1S91.
Slug!" f;lr ft. Cents
1'er Wiwk lVt tent
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 andl'ask
'0, where did you get that suit?" Of THE LONDON, of course, the only Bargain House of the tri-cities S&
It 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 you are wise, you will take advan- f.
T,19P HT Tnic rrt-oof plan-in J -
We Must have the Boom for our FALL and WINTER Stock.
We intend bringing n ;tnrk nf frnnHc rhic foil fr Vrrlr IdinH Trior rrm wrtU folb-
ues naxe tne 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, Roek Island, Ills.
PERRY HEATH NAILS A REPORT.
A Newspaper Correspondent Objects toj
Belns; Lied About.
Washington-, July '.7. Colonel Perry S.j
Heath, Washington correspondent of tbel
Indianapolis Journal and other papers,"!
denies a report given currency last week,if
in the. following terms: "The statements!
which have recently been widely published,!,
to the effect that I have as the instrumentjf7f
of President Harrison, through Private:
Secretary Halford, or anybody else, or at;
the request of any one, or have upon my!
own motion, been the principal of or a
party to the publications representing Sec-,
retary Blaine as in a decline of. health, or
having contemplated resignation from too
cabinet, are without the slightest founda
Thinks too Much of Blaine.
"In the first place. I have not written or
inspired a single sentence indicating that!
Mr. Blaine is in declining health or an-'
ticipated departure from tbe cabinet. And!
in the second place neither tbe president,
his privato secretary, nor any member ofl
his cabinet has at anytime indicated to
me that it was desired such, publication si
should be made. And further, my per
sonal inclinations toward Mr. Blaine are1
so friendly that I could have no possible
personal motives in starting or accelerat
ing any adverse movement against him or
his political future. "
At Morris park Saturday Raceland ran'
mile in 1:12, Airplan in 1:12?;, and Aral
The town of Schwalsburg, Germany,!
near Oppenheim, has been destroyed by!
fire. Hardly a house was left standing.!
Many horses and cattle - perished in the'
The torpedo boat Cusbing came within,
an ace Saturday of running down a ferry-!
boat crowded with passengers off the But
tery at New York. The Cushing's officers;
by coolness and judgment prevented the'
Henry M. Stanley and his wife have
taken the trouble to deny over their own :
signatures the report that they were-an"
unhappy couple. Stanley says that each'
day of his married ' life hns been one of
pure content and unalloyed happiness.
The eldest daughter of Hon. Robert T.
Lincoln is engaged to Cbfts. Isham, for-'
merly Mr. Lincoln's private secretary.'
The wedding will take place in London
during the coming autumn.
Some miscerants sent to Madame Carnot,;
wife of the president of the French repub-'
lie, a Roman Catholic missal in the leaves!
of which was placed a quantity of fulmi-j
nate. It failed of its dastardly mission,!
and is supposed to have been intended for
Interviews with leading Democrats in'
Kansas show that they are a nnit against
any sort of fusion with the People's party..
It is said that Germany is negotiating
with Denmark for the purchase of the isl
and of St. Thomas, and &t j-j suggested
that here is an opportunity for the appli
cation of the Monroe doctrine.
The tower and blacksmith shop at shaft
No. 2 of the Pana. Ills., coal company'
burned. Loss, $20,000.
A forest fire in the Mount Hamilton res
ervation in California, which destroyed
3,000 acres of timber, came near burning!
the great Lick observatory.
The beautiful banquet room of the Rich
elieu hotel at Chicago was ruined by fire'
Saturday, causing a loss of 923,000. Pic
tures worth 15,000 were saved. sd
H. Clay King, who murdered Lawyer
Posten at Memphis, Tenn., is likely to get
a new trial, as one of the jurors is said to
have expressed an opinion before the trial
It is stated that there are 3,000 active
volcanoes in the Cocapah mountains in
Southern California, all of small size, the'
cones being from twelve to forty feet at
Jay Gould's private train was stopped
for twenty-four hours at Sterling, Colo.,
because of grasshoppers on the track,
Mrs. Lid a Bacon has been appointed
master and referee in an insurance case
at Cincinnati, the first time a woman has
been so appointed in Ohio.
Mrs. Edward F. Searles, who was the
widow of the California millionaire, Mark
Hopkins, and worth 40,0JO,0U0, died Sat
urday. Races at Chicago aud Detroit.
Chicago, July 27. The winners Satur
day at Garfield park were: Heely John,
mile. 1:01?;; Ira E. Bride, furlongs,
1:49,V; Gorman, mile, 1:143; Lorenzo,
miles, 1:5UK; Ro-wtta, 5 furlongs,
0:59?;; Alaho, 1 mile, 1:44 .
At Hawthorne: Mirabeau, S1 furlongs,
1:51; Estelle. ?; mile, 1:16'; Phil Dwyer,
mile, :l)4 Zantippe, f mile, 1:05;'
Hercules, steeplechase, full course, no time
Detroit, July 27 Saturday was the
closing day at the Driving club course.
Aline was given the 2:19 trot, although.
Diamond went under the wire a length
ahead, best time 2:20?;, best time of race,
2:19?; by St. Elmo. The 2:19 pace was won
by Mascot, best time 2:15. Nancy Hanks
tried to beat, her record, but only succeeded
in equaliug it 2:14.
Tbmt Jury in the Elliott Cue.
Columbus, O , July 27. The Elliott jury
had been out nearly three days Saturday!
night but an agreement seemed do nearer
than on the first day. Three times they
have asked the court for instructions, the
last being ipon the relative positions oC
Patseyand Bill Elliott when the latter!
said, "Kill tUe s of b , Patsey;" alsoj
as to whether Osborn fired at Patsey be-l
fore lie was fired upon by him. It is sup-i
posed that the jury stands eight for mur-
der in the first degree and four for the sec-j
The Pensacola Viin't Tbere.
Wabqis-gtok, July27. The report from
Chili that a steam launch of the United!
States steamer Pensacola was accidental
ly blown up and five men killed by a tori
pedo from the Chilian government tor-i
pedo boat Condell on June 1, cannot be
confirmed at the navy department. No!
credit is placed in the report there, and
from a close investigation by the depart
ment officials it has been ascertained that
the Pensacola was not in Chilian waters '
on that date. :
One dUh of Krell A Math's ice cream
bracee jou right op ihii hot weather.
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