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ItOCK ISLAND, WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1S91.
Single Copiei BJCcatl
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 SI 0.00 and $12.00 suits to make competitors of the tri-cities exclaim and stare in amazement and ask
'O, where did vou 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
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!
Our large stock of Children's dcthing 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
We intfnrl hrinmnrY o errt-
tne tn-cities have the nightmare
r( rtrrrc VIc -foil frt Rnrlr
all next winter. If you
The People's Protectors and Money Savers, Rock
Is:tanri that vnn will trallr
look for Bargains in all departments this month you'll
shrrnr in vnnr ctaAn onH
miU rlia Plnf fiiat-r 4
not be disapponted at
The death-roll of the St. Mande horror
Jn France now foots up fifty.
A destructive hailstorm visited Hot
Springs, S. D., Sunday night.
The Kansas Republican league has been
called, to meet at Topeka Aug. 26.. - :
It is now believe- that Rev. Mr. Spiff-
f?eon, the eminent English preacher. wfllT
Somebody who has kept a note book'
says that 3,004 women have been mur
dered by drunken husbands since Jan. 1, "
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New Jersey Republicans talk of nomin
ating ex-Postmaster General James for
The Berkeley Land company, of Denver,
has made an assignment, with liabilities
Of 400, UUO.
Ansel L. Crocker, a retired merchant of
Chicago, died of heart disease Monday.
He was 73 years of age.
William J. Elliott, on trial for killing
Albert C. Osborn, was found guilty of
murder in the second degree.
Mayor J. ii. Sergeant, of New Haven,
Conn., has a Percheron horse which has
developed a heavy mustache with a grace
Dr. Henry T. Helmbold, the famous bu
chu man, is again insane. This is the
fourth time within twenty yea is tern he
has been sent to an asylum.
Mrs, E. J. Brewer has arrived at Chi
cago, having walked all rtie way from
South Carolina on the search for a hus
band who has been missing since 1S88.
It is rumored at Washington that an
authoritative declaration from Blaine, re
garding the use of his nsme at the na
tional Republican convention, will soon
be made public.
The American lark Curacoa has been
seized by the Dutch . authorities at the
island of Y.'illeinstad for trying to land
arms and ammunition. It is believed the
contraband articles were to be smuggled
Washington Grand Army men will op
pose before the encampment at Detroit
the erection of a soldiers' memorial hall
at Decatur, Ills, They think the locality
too far west, and prefer a monument at
the national capital.
Such crowds surrounded the recently
arrive:! Chinese baby when it was taken on
its daily airing at the national capital
that policemen had to lie detailed to pre
vent the little one from being smothered.
The baby belong to the Chinese minis
ter. The body of James Carter, a laborer, of
Central park, Ills, was found in Garneld
park. Chicago. It was sittinc norivht on
a park seat with the head thrown back
and a pah in the throat that nearlv
amounted todecapitation. A blood-stained
razor on the grass told the story of sui
cide. Licked by a Mormon Saint.
HATTlF.snrno. M. .Tulr va
and bloody fltrht of six rounds, London
prize ring rules, w as fought to a finish
near this place Monday. The principals
were K. S. Eastland, a Mormon elder, and
Sebe Pierce, a Protestant. There lm.l
b?en some trouble between the parties
and they agreed to llcht it out with bare
knuckles. A rin.ij was formed, a referree
and time keepers appointed and the con
test conducted in regular prize ring style. '
Eastland knocked his man out in the sixth
Turf Uecodrs at Chicago.
Chicago, July 09. The winnine hors
at Hawthorne yesterday were: Mirabeau,
m miles, L.ViV; Lord Willowbrook, K
mile. (:jM,; I'hll Dwver. K' mil.
K-.telle. 1 mile. 1:44; Leander, steeple
chase, short course, no time (liven.
At Garfield park: Xellie Whittaker. i
miie. "':!(: Nina Archer Mi fnrlnr,
i , a .wugo,
1:4'.': Linlithgow, 1 mile, 1:413,'; Maggie
Lebus, i mile, 1.-02V; Brand'-'etta, 8
furlongs, 1:4S; Odrey, mile, 1:15.
Chicago. ' -
Chicago, July 28.
Following were the Quotations onMhn hoard
of trade, todnv: Vhiat Vn. IS .WiSV n-A
Sir, closed 'J0sc: August. "opened 89c, closed
c-hc; jruiemuer, ojnea N's-;, ciosea Ngc.
Corn No. .tuly. o;vned 69c, closed 6414c:
August, opened fiiSic, closed IWc; Septem
ber, njiened SsAjc, closed 58-7'mc. Oats No. 2
July, opened 37c. closed iW'nc; August, opened
2!ftc. closed 2skc; September, opened 2Wc,
closed 2sc. Pork July, opened ll.au, closed
ill.:l; September, opened $11.75, closed
October. opened JILTS. closed
511.524. Lard July, opened 5U.6TH. closed
Live stock Following were the nriees at the
1'nion stock yards to-day: Hogs Market
moderately active on packing; and shipping
other (trades unchanged; sales ranged at
pti, St.?fcio.So light, $4.&L
Q-l.ttj hea-y packing and shipping lots.
t'attlo Market fairly active on local and
shipping account; prices 5S Wc higher on best
Brades: quotations ranged f5.tO20.40 choice to .
lAnrv sliinnini steers. k7i TU irnrul n
do. $4.flfw.ti common to fair do, 7b6iA.m
f.ni iexans. ..wM leeuers, Ji. ii4.Wcows,
(1.6U&3.&0 bulls, and $J.ji.50 veal calves.
Sheep Market rather active and . price
ea-ien quotations ranged $50r$4.75
westerns, $3.T35.10 natives, ai , .000.50
Produce: Butter Fancy separator, lTo per
lb; aairiea, fancy fresh, 13314c; packing stocks,
fresh, fi. lite. Eggs Loss off, 1H per do.
Live poultry Old chickens. 11.4c per lb; spring
11ffr,lTc; roosters. 543c; turkeys, mixed, V&lOc;
ducks. 9310c: spring. 10c Potatoes tit. Louis,
Early Ohio. fl.5or.Ji.75 per bbh 453,j0c per ba;
Tennessee, $1.75i3i00; Alton. $L5uai.To; Kan
sas. 4ttt50o per bu. Apples lUinois. green.
SlJS2.Opcr bbl; choice,$a.Z; eating, $3.00
3.5a Raspberries Red, ILloiaua per 24-qt
rase; black, fl.3&Li per l-qt oase. Black-'
bej rie Michigan, $li&L50 per ltt-qt case.
Wheat-Ko. 2 red winter cash, $1024; do
July, J1.00i;do August, ftic: do September,
tSc Corn Xo. i mixed cash, Tier, do July. '
TiiHc; do August, tWvc. Oats Dull but
steady: No. 2 mixed cash, 43c; do August,
HVnc; do September, 32Sc Rye Neglected.
Barley Neglected. Pork la more demand
and firm: mess, S12.50&13.2S for new. Lard
WuieU August, K.SJ: September, IB.96.
Uve (Stock: Cattle Market steady, bat no
trading in beeves; dressed beef, slow; natrre
sides. H'SKHc per lb. Sheep atd Xambs In
little demand; sheep, 94.Oo45.39 er 100 Ifea;
lambs, S4.2&&6.S0. . Hogs- Nominally ateaAix
Uve hogs, 5Jt)(8A15 per WO lbs. ,
The soft glow of tbe tea ro U c
quired by Udie who w Pozzoai'i Com
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