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Rook island Daily Am us. '
VOL. HXIX NO. 239
ROCK ISLAND, TUESDAY, JULY 2S, 1S91.
Single Copses STCenta
Per Week ISM Ceata
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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 bail 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 ancP'ask
0, where did you get that suit?" Of THE LONDON, of course, the onlv Bargain House of the tri-cities I
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
ks, 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.
We Must have the Room for our FALL and WINTER Stock.
he trf ?;fte?d br!"in? ? stock of oods this fall to Rock Island that you will talk about in your sleep, and make the Clothiers of
ui-ciues nave the nightmare all next winter. If you look for Bargains in all departments this month vou'll not be disapponted at
The People's Protectors and Money Savers, Rock Island, Ills.
Fire has nearly wiped out the village of -Los
Berland and Dore, two convicted mar- ,
derers, were guillotined in Paris.
Rftifis have fallen in northwest India, .
averting the famine that was feared. . -. '
Six, business blocks were destroyed by?
fire in Forest, Li.ingston county, Ilia. .
Dr. J. S. Hamilton died at Tecumaeh
Mich., Saturday, aged 83 years.
An epidemic of no re mouth has broke
out anion) the cattle at Kirkwood, Ills.
It is announced that there will be an ex
tensive Irish exhibit at the World's fair.
Vera Cms is in the throes of a yellow
fever epidemic and commerce is paral
yzed. The Democrats of Massachusetts will
meet in state convention at Worcester
Jesuit priests have obtained ground in
Milwaukee on which they propose to erect
a church to cost 1230,000.
Paul Dillingham, ex governor of Ver--mont,
died at his home in Waterbury,
yesterday, aged 93 years.
The president of the Manchester (Eng.)
chatnler of commerce saya that tradeia
very dull in the Manchester district.
A Xew York dispatch says all the sur
plus rubber in the world is now owned by
a combination of London merchant.
Chicago speculators are trying to pur- .
chase the Jesse James house near
Kearney, Mo., for exhibition at the World'
Xumerons desertions from the army
are alarming the Italian government.
The causes are arrears in pay and poor
A fire at South Haven, Mich., destroyed
seventeen houses. This is the second dis
astrous blaze at that place within nine
E. H. Morris, of Chicago, has been ten
dered the position of United States minis
ter to Liberia. Mr. Morns says he will
There is a grapevine near Crossville,
Tenn., which covers five acres of grouad
and will yield this year about 1,000 bush
els of grapes.
Burglars robbed the store of D. F. Rid
dell & Co. and A. H. Blake & Son, at
Manchester, Ta , of 300 in cash and a large -amount
of silks and satins.
Governor Fifer, of Illinois, has par
doned William Suits, aged 14, from the
state reform school to permit the boy to
see his father, who is dying, once more.
The powder mill of the Laflin-Rand
Powder company, at Platteville, Wis.,
was blown up. The only man in the
building was blown to atoms.
Sealing has been stopped in Behring sea
and all vess-Js have been warned to leave.
The entrance to the sea is patrolled by
five American and two British war ves
sels. The World's Fair Excursion and Trans
portation company, with a capftal stock
of 250,000. has been granted a license to
incorporate by the Illinois secretary of
The friends of Stephen Osborne and
wife, of Asfcs county, X. C, have been in
vited to attend the seventy-second anni
versary of their marriage. Osborne is 101
and his wife M, and the-y have 300 living
Judae Brewer, of the United States su
preme court, has given liis decision of the
famous case between the Union" Pacific
and the Itotk Island and Milwaukee roads.
He holds that the contract made by the
Uuion Pacific with the latter two roads
for the use of the bridge at Omaha is
Two i.reat Horses Matched. , .
New Yoke. Julv 2. J. v xrn'inni-
land's fast mare Tulla Blackburn, and M.
F. D-.vver's creat snrinter Ivjnirainn kuro
been matched for a race at a mile and a
turlong. to be run at Brighton Beach on
Chicago, July 27.
Follow inc nere the Quotation on th kmni
of trade today: Wheat No. 2 July, opened
Ke. closed 91?c: Autrust. ODened K.'rv
Kt$c; September, opened SSfc, Ccloed Mc,
Corn So. :! Julv. ntMmed G?Xn- t-ltm. A '
AuifTit, opened iSVnc, closed 81&c; Septem
ber, opened ."vvsc, closed -MB-ic Oats No. 2
July, opened 3i4c, closed ;r4a; August, opened
28c. closed SSinc: Senteniimr. nnenvl mr.
closed Pork-July, opened 111.4). closed
JU.M September, opened $11.45, closed
$11.70; October, opened $11.55, closed
$11.75. Lard July, opened &55, clrouvt
Live stock Following were the prices at the
Union stock yards to-dav: Bom-M.i-v.t
j 1 --(. diui'viu
account, and prices steady and unchanged;
saies rangea i iMtvia rnza. EiancrJUS
light, $4.)&4.a"i rough packing, $4.83&&a0
mixed, and f 5.005.60 Leavr nxclf int .h
Cattle Market fairlv active on
ehippiug account, and prices well main
tained: quotations ranged fo.&8.35 choice to
1 ancv shimmiir steer. .1 (liTrA Tt tmnit t u-.t
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do. $l.!rTO.ft) common to fair; do, $3.?&&4.4Q
uuicuer -ers. s.;aj.ju Blockers, $sji3(
iM Teians, 3.iU4.3) feeders, t Lou 1. 00 cows.
1. "03.30 bulls, an StM&JH veal culves.
hLt-L'p Market n. Jier active and price well
maintained: quotations ranged at Ki.MtA a)
westerns. $37'i5.W natives, and i5.0ft2A.au
Produce: Batter Fancy
lb: dairies, fancy fresh, lajlie: packing stocks,
fresh. 8&10c Eggs Loss off. 144 per doa.
Live noultrv Old chickens uuwih. - :
I'VilTc; roosters. 53-; turkeys, mixed, 92.10c;
ducks, SKlKfc; spring, 10c. Potatoes L Louis.
tarty Ohio. $1.51.75 per bbl, &Oo per bo:
Tennessee. fl.7!ir.i Altin II kikii n tr
Baa. 4&5s per bu. Apples Illinois, green.
$1J2P.M per bbl; choice, XIZi; eating,' fioo
iuiHioerries ivea, ji.iutijsi per jU-nt
case; black, $1.3&1.S) per 16-qt ease. Black
berriesMichigan, $l.2S&LS0por U-qtcaae.
- ew lork.
New York, July ST.
Wheat No. 2 red winter u. aim. a -
July, $l.ff4: do August, igc; do September,
v4c; no uctoDer, wiftc. vorn No. mixed
cash, T23,734c; do July, 71c; do August, 8c
do .September, 6tcj do October, 64J4c" OaU
Dull but steady; Xo. S mixed cash, 34c:
do Angnst, 3tVic; do September, asc. Kye
.eg.eetea. tinrley Neglected. Pork Tmll; '
mess. iUi.5oill3.25 for new. Unl-o,.rf. i ...
gust, beptember, $..
lAve stock: Cattle Market slow for all
grades and common steers sold at a declina
poorest ta best native steers, $a.3ft3.40 per luo
lbs; Texans and Colorados. ti.eS Xir, bulla
r-ai dry cows, $i30a4.M, sheep and Lambs
Sheep steady; lambs dull at a decline of He
per lb; sheep, $4.0ui25 per W0 lbs; lambs,
$5.sug&.sa. Hogs- Market firm; lire koea. SUB
6-6.10 per 100 lbs. - -T
The rosy freslineM. Teltty to ;
new of the skio it ariably, obtained bj
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