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-Rock Island Daily Argu
OL. XXXIX. NO. 202
ROCK ISLAND, SATURDAY, JUNE 13 1S91.
I Plng-le Copies 8 Cent
J Per Week IS Cents
HE NEW SAVINGS BANK
IS SOW PREPARED TO RECEIVE DEPOSITORS.
We Give Everybody in Town Credit
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an tin p" to save mnnpv herpiip mrrr man vrk o-ixro . " i
man who makes money gets rich, and they sav riches makes happiness, which
want. Nothing is so essential to one's happiness as a hannv : i 'Yn c
your home happy by
The Central National bank of Broken
Bow, Xeb., Las closed its doors.
The treasury Friday bought 343,500
ounces of silver at from .9S to f0.9S3 per
William Blaney was hanged in Balti
more Friday for the murder of his grand
mother and aunt.
At Xew York Thursday, Jake Schaefer,
the -wizard'1 billiardist, married Miss Lil
It is whispered in select circles at Xew
York that ex-President Cleveland will
(m n become a father.
Ex-Governor Harrison Ludington, ot
Wisconsin, is lying at the point of death
at his home in Milwaukee.
The marquis of Londonderry has offered
his tenants the option of acquiring their
holdings upon reasonable terms. '
The differences between the London
omnibus owners and the striker have
been adjusted and the strike is settled.
Business failures in the United States
for the week ended June 12, were 219, as
against 195 for the corresponding week
The foreign diploutates invited to Chi
cago to see for themselves what prepara
tions have licen made for the World's fair
arrived there from Washington City Fri
day. Lieut. Col. Sir William Gordon Cum
ming's name has beeu dropped from th
British army list, "her majesty, " as the
official ordt-r reads, "having no further
use for his services."
Mrs. President Harrison will move to
Cape May next Wednesday for the sum
mer Her father. Dr. Scott, has started on
a western trip. He will stop for a short
time at Indianapolis.
Three prominent editors in Guatemala
have been arrested by President Barrillas
for criticising his government, ami are
made to sweep the streets with a ball and
chain locked to their fret.
People who are sending money to the
'Pacific Portrait company." of New York.
Joseph Budzzelini, manager, are informed
that he has K-en arrested, on the ground
that Lis business is a fraud.
11C onrl 117 Wocf Ca, J 'il io Merz backer, the general agent of
llv CIHJ III WfCal OCU the New York Life Insurant comnauv in
the West Indies, is a defaulter. His
stealings are estimated to lie f torn $,-
0J0 to jfVHi,(k. The company claims to be
secured against loss,
i E irly Friday m-irning a tank containing
i2.KX gallons of coal oil exploited at Wi Id
lers station, a mile back of Newport, Ky.
The noise woke everybody in Newport,
ilViyton and Covinuton, and the shock was
lelt iu a radius of tell miles. No out
A Cunl-11 miilnl Her...
New YonK, June i:. Mary Higgins,of
Vestburv. s;ood on the station platform
here Thursday watching the approaching
'ort Jefferson express on the Long Island .
oad. Something attracted her attention
u another direction. I:i t irmm; around
he lost her balance :'.::d fell to the track,
'he express was nut Si fc.t aw.ry. Kob
rt ISuriress sprang from the platform to
he track, prslied Miss Higgius under the
datform. and droppet to the ground be
side the track just as the express was upon
ini. Both wer. unhurt.
In a short time you will have enough money saved and deposited in the savings bank to
home by trading with the London. We are positive we are thoroughly qualified to suppl
want, as we know we have the largest and most complete stock to select from.
Made sm-oiiI Lieutenants.
West Point. X. Y.. June li The
Tadtialing class of sixty-live cadets at the
tiilitary academy received their commis-
oud lieutenants yesterday at the
Secretary of War Proctor, who
an address full of good aiivice to .
liM vniiin. s-il.li.j.s I'.il T.,l,i f "?1.
Vvfresideil ove.- the exercises. Congressman
iurrows. of Michigan, was the orator of
the day. The leader of the class just
graduated uhs Cadet Cosby, of Keutucky.
'"""ions as set
W lands of S
YOU BE THE JUDGE j
our goods and our prices. Compare
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9-1 monev on every uruuc uuuu. u.
Nestable!D Inner Pail, to b9 given every oae buying a sait.
OUR GOODS ARE NOTED
For strength, beauty and finish. You
cannot get better goods or lower figures
anywhere. Our guarantee goes with
every article sold. We can and will save
The liinla'r x uuiidrellsin.
Grefsfif.lh. Mass., June 13. C. Mason
Moody, who has lieeti treasurer of Frank
lin county for fifteen years, has coufessed
to having used f HJCs lieloniring to .the
county in hi business. His relatives and
friends have turned over to his b..nd-inen
sufficient property to secure tint county
L WORD TO THE WISE IS STTFETDTE1VT
If you have a doubt as to who can best serve your interest let us prevail upon you to examine goods
and prices in Rock Island, Davenport and Moline, have some goods sent to your home and then call
on us, compare our goods and prices, we will soon convince you that our prices are at least from 1
to 20 per cent.cheaper. - '
London ClotMng Company.
t'HirAtio, June li
Following were the uuotution on the hoard
trade to-day: Wheat -No. - July, o)-ued H.V4c.
closM !; Scitcmhcr. oiH-ntsl rje. closed
!!.: llecemlier. opened WLw. !n-ed m'xe. C orn
No. - .lane, upt-ned .V1.-. elose.1 57.; Juiy.
IeneJ j4'-i-. los.ti .V."c; September. ojened
o.'1'. cIosimI Xfm-. Oatn No. June,
opened ami closed 4"i4e: July. oei.ed
closed 41e: September, oiieued Uic,
cIomh! ae. Pork -May, npi-iied ?;'.T5,
closed 1'.i: J:i!y.nieued $:.Sj. c!iim1 S10.10;
September. ni nel closed S10.&1. Lard
June, oiieniHi .".'.'. closed S-VitTi-.
Live Stock Folloinrf Were tiii itei,-.. t 1 1.
Cuiou Min k yards t-dav: Hum- Market.
active on p;u kiun aud shippiiiir accotiut. and
best tirades steady, hut eouiuion lotseasy: prices
without material change; sales ranxed at
- pisrs, (4.1.ii.4..m liwht. St.lf.'(4.3l rouuh
lu kiud, $.llr! l.V. mixed, and t4.iVrr4.U0 heavy
pack'.nt; and shiiping lots.
Cattle Market moderately active on local
ami shipping account, aud prices without, m.
terial cua.ure: ouutal ion ranwH af C". rvrt n
choice to fancy shippiui? steers. 85.0i)((io.',ro good
Tocuoice no, .;,j4.w' commou to fair do,
Kt..'llfcii 4.5 llUTchers Htt4.r. ? Hllrrra -rfl .iu.l-.
$.ri,4Xi Texans. $:t.4rj4..in feeders. $l..Vl&4.UD
. Sl...J.ii lnUls. and vl
calv.-s. Sheep Market moderately active,
tiricesuell maintiiiiie.1 fnr Wt ,r..u k.,
common lots easy; quotations ranged at $;15ia
a.ui nesierns, jvj., jjj.w natives, aud Jijo2.:5
- it ami , ttyyt&
lc per lb; dairies, fancy, fresh. ltQl&v; pack-
inn son-US, rrjsu. uillSe. tKs Southern
st.x k. loss off, ItHc per doz: northern, loaa off,
l.V. Lire no.-Jtrv Old rhii-l-.n. lib. iu.
spring. ltac; roosters, 5c; turkey mixed
oe; u in oc. j-oiatie ltose, $l.ltKA.V) tier
bu; Heliron. $1.3X5 1.: Peerlww. H ISAI K.
Rurluoik-tL JVkH. ur miol ti lui u .
berries-lUinois. ftk: ir 34-qt case: Indianal
ynjr iu iancy, ,uet! si.au: .MtcliiRan,
1.T3. Raspberries IWd, fl.aUaS.W ier S4-ut
ate; black, $1.0U&1.S.
New York. July li
N lie&t Nil. 2 viht..,,fi.li ci in,r. t
Jl.un,; July, S1.0.-.H; AUKUst. tlMVy. Corn
o. 2 mixed cash. iTVc; June. July,
Oata Dull aad steady; No. 2 mixed cash. 47c;
June. 4V: July. Vic. Rye-Neglected. Bar.
lev Neirlected. Pnrk Iinll- sto..
612.30. Lard Steady: Julv. 9AS- a,,.
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Uve Stock: CatUe-Trading firm and active
for all grades; imoreat to best native steers.
f4.5ii06.a) per lw lUs; bulla and dry cowk
Sheep and Lambs Sheep, steady
lambs duU at a reduction of per lb; sheen!
tafiOjyuO per 100 lbs; lambs. 7.0&8.ua
-Nominally steady; Uve hogs. $4J05J5 per