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,'OL. XXXIX. NO. 243
We have assumed the position as "Leaders," and not even the
from his den would make us flinch an inch from that
Just to have a little fun and make things hum, we will start
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
'0, where did you get that suit?" Of THE LONDON, of course,- the onlv Bargain House of the tri-cities.
If you intend paving $10.00 or $12.0,0 for a suit, may be we can suit you for $5.00. Come and see This may seem redicu
lous.but you trv 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 takeJadvan
ftge of this great clearing sale
We Must have the Room for
We intend bringing a stock of
tn-cities have the nightmare all
Island Daily Argus.
goods this fall to Rock Island that you will talk about in your sleep, and make the Clothiers of
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,
ROCK ISLAND, SATURDAY, AUGUST I, 1S91.
our FALL and WINTER Stock.
Lion turned loose
the ball vith a
Rock Island, Ills.
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The Dublin Freeman's Journal has ro
lled the leadership of Mr. Parnell.
An explosion in the Karlsglueck coal '
rut. Westphalia. GermaDV. caused the
death of six miners.
William Caldwell, colored, was hanged
at Houston. Tex., for the murder of Dr. J.
M. Shamblin in July, 1888.
Failures in the United States for the
week ended yesterday numbered 229; for
the c orresponding week last year, 107.
The three storr pulp mill of the Glens
Fall comnanv at Ticondecoea. K. Y..
was burned. Lops, $30,000; insured.
Hiss Lillian .Shaffer, of Pittsburg, Pa.
was married to George K. Grant, the
"electric tattooed mau"' of ForeDauirh's
Reports from the two Dakotas and Min
nesota indicate that almost unprecedent
ed crops will be harvested in that retrtoa
The Alabama Great Southern depot at
Birmingham. Ala., was wrecked by the
explosion of fifty kegs of powder stored in
A Norwegian schooner was sunk by a
collision with an English steamer, in the
English channel. Eight sailors were
A three foot vein of lead ore has been
discovered on the farm of J. Halhing, near
Breda, in Carroll county, Wisconsin, at a
aepru oi .suo leet.
The resignai ion of Secretary Xohle.
which was said to be in the hands of the
president, is denied at both Washington
and Cine May. "
George Frsncis Train was at Chicago
yesterday, his mission, as he stated it, be
ing to take charge of the World's fair and
"bust Carter Harrison's boom for the
A story comes from Vallacienzo. Spain.
of a woman who has not eaten food for
seventeen years, the only nourishment she
has taken having Ix-en a little water once
or twice a week.
The Engineering Xevrs has compiled
the figures of railroad construction in the
northwest since January last. Three
hundred and tweniv-two miles hnvo lim
built and 1,017 are under ronstrjictrdir.
Two l.'ij- Chicago book concerns the It.
S. Peile company and -the People's Pub
lishing company have amalgamated. The
style of the new firm will be the R. S.
lVale company, with R. S. Peale as d resi
Mrs. Mark Kopkiri-Se.irIeV will gives
I h.-r estate, valued at iWjki.J to her
hisiiind. Sheouiiieiu her will anvthiucfor
Iter adt.ptt.-d son Timothy Jiopkins, and
his lawver in San Francisco savs that
the young man will contest the will.
Ex United States Senator Sawver, cf
S.uth Carolina, died suddenly vesterdav
a" - Shawaaec. Tenn. He was largely inter
ested in ti.e development of that section
the country at.o owned considerable land.
He emigrated south from the tast during
the period oi" reconstruction.
A Kent on the Trottini Course.
Cleveland. Aug. 1. The races here
closed yesterday. A remarkable feature
of the clay's sport was the performance of
toiw. .Iust:ua and Belle Hamlin, driven
three abreast by Ed Geers.. They made
the miie in 3:14. In the f ree-for all trot
Alviu beat Rosalind Wilkes in straight
heats, Iwst time, 2:1.V
Chicago.;. . .
Chicago. July 31.
Following were the quotations on-the board
of trade today: Wheat No. July, opened
Kv. closed S7c: August, opened !i closed
Khsty. September, opened Ssc, closed iTXe. Corn
No. 2 July, opened 61-Vj-, closed 61c; August,
opened 5s-Vjc, closed 59c; September, opened
67e. closed 5rjc. Uses No. 2 July, opened
31l$c. closed T?iC; August, opened 2Sfcc,
closed ST4c; September, opened 2e, closed
27Hc. Pork August, opened frll.SU,
$11.25: September, opeued $11,471$,
5I1.4-'V4 October. opened SlLSi.
frlLo'f. Lard September, opened
Lave stock Following were the prices at the
Union stock yards today: Hogs Market
active on parking and thipping account, and
leeimgnrm; prices about sen igber; sales ranged
t $Am.3J fiirs. St wsji.w light, fr4.6O&5.00
rough packing, $4.&5iv5-"J mixed, 'and to.OoC
5.7" heavy packing and shipping lots.
tattle -Market only moderately active and
the feeling rather weak, owning to the rood
supply: prices tutor buyers; quotations
ranged Jo.?.? 6.23 choice to fancy shipping
steers. t-LCJi3.6 g.jod to choice do,
$4.3o55.K) common to fair do, S3.7.V7U.4U
butchers' steers. fr-.ttlM3.50 stockers. t-'.2jUS
Teians. Sa;ia4.ao leeders. fl.SiKe4.0U rnwi
Sl.5ffj;i.50 bulls, and JU.rju54.50 veal calves.
Sheep Market rather active, and iri
higher; quotations ranged M t-'t.50Sv4.W
westerns, S3.7VSo.20 natives, and frt.00i3.50
Produce: Butter Fancy ceDarator. 17 .
lb: dairies, fancy fresh. 13G14c: packing stork,
fresh, ftyje. Eggs Loss off, 14c per doe.
uve poultry uw cnickens. 11c per lb: SDrmr.
134c: roosters, o&itic: tnrkevs, mixed, &10c;
ducks. ftgWc: spring. 1-JftlTc. Potatoesfct-
Louis, early Uhio, frl'Cl.5U jptr bbL 4U4oe
per bu; Tennessee, frl.50.il.75 pec bbl; Alton,
fl.S.Va.1.50; Kansas, aw? 4. ic per biubome erown.
6ufij75c per sack. Apples-IUlnoa, green, $1.Z
fc.l) per bbU choice. S2J25; eatng, iXi3.Q0.
Kaspberries Red, JI.iVftLSO per 2t-pt case;
black, frlJi5a,1.40 per lft-qt case; frl.lU&lJj per
4-pt case. Black berries Michigan, 703,V)c
per lS-qt case.
Xew'York. July 3L
Wheat No. 2 red winter caA, )&r, do
J aiy, S4c; do August, f,'-, do September,
Vic. rorn No. t mixed cuh, 71c; do Aa
ru. 87C4:: do September, 650. Oats Quiet;
No. 2 mixed cash, 40Hc; do August, XtHc; do
September. 334c Rye DulL Barley Dull.
Pork Active but firm; new mess, I12.5U4
13.25. Lard Quiet; August, $6.85; September,
Lire Stock: Cattle Trading fairly active
pooreat to beat native rtoers, f3.iOa5JT)4 per
100 lbs; Texans, $2.80&33; bulla and dry eowa.
g2.30&Ug5. Sheep and Lam h Trad active
aad market firm for both sheep And lamba;
beep, $4JBUK pr 100 Uw; lamba, S&J097 A
Hofr- Market steadr, live hog. t6.3ia.00 per
Moaic at Bprinji Cot vrerj afternooo.