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LMland 'Daily Argui
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KOCK ISLAND, WEDNESDAY, MAY 20 1S91.
1 Single Copies 8 Cent
( Per Week 1854 Cent
SPitlM! Succeeds lie
ng to the unprecedented -success of Our Great Special
Labor Day Sales April 25 and May 2, we have decided to deal
out our enormous bargains all through the house for the rest of
the month of May, so that everybody will have a chance to obtain
goods of the very latest styles and best makes for less than half
price. We feel confident that out of the thousands that visited
our store during Our Great Special Labor Day Sales not one
went away dissatisfied. All were fully convinced that we do not
misrepresent, but fully live up to all our advertisements.
Prices Quoted for the Month of May Will be Far Below
Anything Ever Named or Heard of.
U UUzUM U
Prices Cut in HalfGoods Almost . given Away !
Fcr the Rest
Month of May
The object we have in
view we are deter
mined to carry
out, i. e.
For the Rest
Month of May
TO GET YOUR TRADE.
Once a Customer Always a Customer !
Severa 1 thousand men are on strike at
West Superior, Wis.
Milwaukee gambling houses ware closed
a midnight .Monday.
The venerable David Dudley Field has
fully recovered from bis recent illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Clevelaed will
spend the summer at Tudor Haven, Mass.
The importation of Chinese labor Into
Germany ba3 been begun aud trouble
Two-thirds of the California fruit-canning
factories have been bought by an
English syndic ite.
A thousand excursionists from New
man, Ills., visited Springfield Tuesday
and called on Governor Filer.
Fire at Jacksonville, Fla., destroyed
the Mohawk block, causing a loss ol
nearly 150,000, partly insured.
A train of cars loaded with dynamite
was blown up near Tarry town, N. 1.,
Tuesday, killing eighteen men.
M. Kunckel Herculais, the French sa
vant, is reported to have been eaten alive
kv locusts while l
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plague in Algeria.
At noon Monday artificial light was
necessary at WilliamsDort. Pa. nu-inr to
the smoke of the forest fi
still burning in that region.
Eva. the widow of Robert Ray Hamil
ton, is preparing to go on the stage with
a play based on the incidents nf ihwn.
tioual case iu which she figured.
A cyclone Monday did great damasre to
growiug crops iu Frauklin couuty, Tex.
Several butl.liugs were blown down in
Mount Veruon, the county seat.
A Roman Cthol:n nrincf if nn.a
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is., has organized a Deliverance society
on the mutual insurance plan to secure
the release of souls from purgatory.
" unelm eidemann, a cigar dealer ol
Chicago, died Mnnd.-iv niortir. in, v.
symptoms o arsenical poison. His rela-
u.es cliarge Lis wife with his murder.
The demurrer of rim iiwlitQ,i ;
of the New York and Xew Haven railway
has been overruled, aud Chauncey M. De
pew et al. will have to stand trial for
having stoves in their cars.
Queen Natalie of Servia, who was res
cued from the r-pn..rnioc l. -
(- - " iJ t DLUUCUUf
Mouday, was forced to leavu Belgrade
Tuesday for Hungary. Oao man was
killed and lift v ninr--.r Q,.ii
- - . . j n.icij i in
jured iu Monday's encoun ter.
it is aia that the beautiful daughter of
John Vouug Brown, recently nouiinattd
for governor ot Keutucky, euginered his
Cauvas. afivr first, tprnrinfr
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run, a dillicult job, as the eminent Ken-
lawjer wa lncilueil to devote her.
selt to his law business.
r:-ecretary TaTt's Condition.
Sax Diego, Cal.. May 20. The r,v.
tion of ex-Secretary Taft is reported to be
very precarious. He is hourly growing
weaker an 1 the -stimulants are less ef
fective. He is uucouscious and has been
in that condition for several hours.
Will Mnuui-r at Cape May.
Washington' Cnv, May 2). The re
port that the pre.-id-nt's cottage at Cape
May had beeu sold is authoritatively de
nied. The White Houe family will en
joy a Portion of n.e summer at that wat
Dr. .iiili.Miat I'routise.
Denver, L'olo., May 20.-Dr. Thatcher
Graves was not arraigued yesterday to
plead. Judge Furmau, his counsel, as
setts that when Lis client is tried he will
drag from the Baruaby closet family
skeletons one by one.
A Point Against Mis Couzins.
CHICAGO, May 20. Judire Rlod.rpfr
terday refused to trauster the case ol
i na?be Couzius back to the state courts
ruling that the amnnnt. nt. i, i, "
than .XW. This is a sethk f- n,
Severe lost in New England.
Boston, May 20. -Severe frosts are re
ported in New England Monday uight
and yesterday morula. Great damtge
has been done tne fiuit and growing crops.
THE MARKETS. '
- , CniCAoo, May 10.
Following wore tin quotation., on the board
of trade to-day: Wbeat-Xo. -J Mav opened
and closed 1.U7; July.opeued and closed fl 02i:
September, opened !o. closed 97?e. Corn
AO. 2 May, o-eneU 0i-V; clos.-d tilWo; July
opened ofU,-, , loed au.- ...fnw
o.'Xjc, closed a. U.c Oats Xo. m...
, closed 51Hc; July, opened 46;c, closed 47c;
beptember, op.'ned 37c, clcsod S"-. Pork
..,,- tll g. giUNU juiy, opened
S l.o.hi closed tU.33; Septemb.-r, opened
Jll.tM, closed sIL.j. Lari-Mav, open?d S6.4Q.
closed SU.M. .
Livfl fct,vlrir,.ii...: ., 1
active n i. ...i a '-r K-Jttar
T- 3-5t5 rough
; in lie a, ana siiirik;
heavy packing and shipping lots. "J-
- active on local and
shipping account; Quotations rangedx t" 75
failed t"? tQ Ua'Pl-i"g eerS Z
i ... uituera steers, Jittjaaso
iT 1 B?cy. ePrator.
. , ,ra,l"uc iresb. ljjlflc; pack
stocks, fresh, aiA EKM-1nf.w'..'1
Peerless, -,aVJc: Burbanks, fftTrVloSf
to good. SLo0i2.uu isr 24t case; llluiois, Ji.u)
vt. . KewYobic, May 19
Ma?1l7u 2tr'!d ?iUter JUtti; do
May, 1.16;do June, Hl4ti;do Julv 8111U.
do August, tl WAi. Com-Xo. 2 mixt cLh"
-lHc; do May. TUc; do June, 67c; do July. w
Oats Ouiet lmf. .ij.. xt. . W'B'-
co-v;; uo July, SCrtva
Neglected. Barley -Neglected. Pork
And liiaruMi (1.1 i -1 i.. -
' " V, 'jiiJ.s tor new mess.
Quiet; July, eu.78; September, $7.0 1.
,t37 t: Cat-Market firm, but
vraaing in beeves; dressed beef tit A a .-4 tt . .
nnmam.Kizm 9 lb. Bheen an.i
DDBPn flnil Vuaii H wj
iir. T7 f "e at an advance of
NomiuaU, wek; Uve hogs! HM
Pnn.l. n i .
daces soft and beautiful skin; U com
bines every element of beauty and purity