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Bock Island Daily Argd:
I ROCK ISLAND, THURSDAY, JUL 23, 1891. Single Copies SJOenfes Per Wee ISM CnH ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS. M MIAULED 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 SUIT SALE! lai oil (rl And will throw in enough $10.00 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 only Bargain House of the tri-cities. If you 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 lous "but vou 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 take advan tage of this great clearing sale. . We Must have the Room for our FALL and WINTERStock. - We intp rri ifi 11 rolL- i me tn-cities have the nightmare all next winter. If you look for Bargains in all departments this month you'll not be disapponted at ie London tMng The Citizens' bank of Jefferson, tu, ( has closed its doors. It is said that Bismarck will visit this ' country next fall. -, is dead at the age of 107. t Queen Victoria he.a written an auto- ' graph letter of sympathy to Lady Mac- i. Donald. An AAf-thnnalrA ah rwlr wu Mnnptiul t Atlanta, Ga.f yesterday. About 600 Jews, most of them in a Jesti- - tute condition, are arriving at Hamburg daily. Chinese advices say that the whole out hern portion of China is in a state of turmoil. A Chicago man is said to be tryiutc to get all the tomato canning factories iu tlie country into a trust. Mrs. Gertrude Brady, 45 years of aga. residing at Chicago, was found dead in bed by her husband yesterday morning. ' Mrs. Frank Hancock has confessed to ; having killed her husband and four chil dren at Kettle Creek, Pa., in April. 1889. Mrs. Samuel Mather, of Cleveland, has given $75,000 to the Woman's college of V Western Reserve university at Cleveland. The reported arrest of Embezzler Will iam H. Pope, of Louisville, at the City of f Mexico turns out to be a case of mistakes 1 Identity. ' fj Mrs. Lucy Boardman Gray, for four- teen years matron of the Iowa hospital v, '. for the insane at Independence, died Mon day night. Herman F. Kehr, formerly bookkeeper for Hellrot & Hoffman, St. Louis, is un der arrest for the embezzlement of 130,000 Lord Mayor Savery. of London, has been created a baron in recognition of the hospitality he extended to Kaiser Billy on the latter's visit to England. London Truth is authority for the state ment that there has been a mutiny ia the famous Coldstream Guards, one of the British crack regiments. The Kansas law excluding aliens from holding land in that state is already tak ing effect in the withdrawal of business enterprises supported by foreign capital. Among the passengers arrived at New York on the steamer Teutonic yesterday from Europe were Mrs. John A. Lor an and MLss Blaine, the premier's daughter. Richard S. Kewcombe, one of the lead ers of the New York bar, and one of the best known attorneys in this country, is dying. He is afflicted with cancer of the stomach. "Jack" Adkins shot three times at Thomas Wells on the Chicago board of trade yesterday. Mr. Wells was not eitherhurt. An old law suit was the causs of the troub'j. Adkins was arrested. The bulletin of the American xlron and Steel association shows a decrease in the production of pig-iron in this country ryt the past six months of this year front the production fir the corresponding period of last year of 26 per cent. Big Crop in MasUtefca. Ottawa, July 23. The government has information that as a result of the prospect of a big harvest in Manitoba and the northwest the Canadian Pacific railway has ordered fifty new locomotives and 1,500 box cars to transport this sca sons's wheat crop to the seaboard. On the basis of the crop report it is estimated that it will take ten hours per day for seven months to handle the Manitoba and north west crop alone. The Weather We May Expect. Washington. July 23. The following are the weather indications for twenty-four hours from 8 p. m. yesterday: For Indiana and Illi noisShowers; cooler weather Thursday nigh t, .. except stationary temperature in extreme -.. southern Illinois; southerly winds. For Lower " ' ' Michigan Showers; stationary temperature; ' southerly winds. For Upper Michigan Show ers: slight ly cooler weather, except stationary temperature n extreme eastern portion; tfaav able winds. For Wisconsin Fair, cooler, weather Thursday night; winds becoming ' northwesterly. For Iowa-Fair weatboe, ex- cept in extreme southern portion no fihinsaltii j. f in temperature; northwesterly winds. 1 I? ! i V- 1 i r. K ti t i : : ': i r '-, . J" THE MARKETS. The People's Protectors and Money Savers, Rock Island, Ills. . Chicago. Cbicaoo. July 22. Following were the quotations on the board of trade today: Wheat No. 2 July, opened B7c, closed SOiici August, opened 85Hc closed 8TV4c; September, opened &94c closed 8794c i Corn No. 8 July, opened 58S$c, closed 6oc; August, opened 55jc, closed 5734c; Septem ber, opened W-c. closed 56c. . Oats No. t July, opened 3tc, closed 41c; August, opened 27?4c closed 38Jc; September, opened 27c, closed 27c. Pork-July, opened tll7H. closed $11.55; September, opened tll.CVi, oloeed $11.70; October, opened J1L50, closed 911.70. ' Lard-July, opened $6.50, closed $6.90. Cnion Stock Yards prices were as follows: Hosts Mark t moderately active, with ship pers the principal buyers; good grasee steady, but common lota dull at 10&L5c decline; sales ranged at ja.7iit5.35 pigs, $5.003&8t light, $4.S35.10 rough packing, $o.OO5w70 mixed, and S5.15&5.70 heavy packing and shipping lots. Cattle Market moderately active on local and shipping account, bat feeling weak, ow ing to the large supply; prices ruled &2.10c lower; quotations ranged $5.80ia&J6 choice to fancy shipping steers, $5.005.T0 good to choice do, $4.5U&5.90 common to fair do, 9S.T5&4.M butchers' steers, $2.6033.50 stackers, $2.50a 4-aoTexans, $3.4004.30 feeders. $L504.00 cows. $LSn&30 bulls, and $2.50040 veal calvea. Sheep Market moderately active; prices ruled 510c higher; quotations ranged at $3.50 9M westerns, $3.755.10 natives, and $&00a 6.00 lambs. Produce: B-itter Fancy separator, 17c per lb: dairies, fancy fresh. U&Mc; packing stocks, fresh, ft&lOc. Eggs-Loss off, 14H per dos. Live poultry Old chickens, llJ4c per lb. spring 1117c; roosters. 5"4ac; turkeys, mixed, 9&10c; lucks, aiuc: spring, 10c Potatoes St. Louis. Early Ohio. $1.501.75 per bbU 45Xto per bn; Tennessee, $1.T52.00; Alton, $L5ftt75; Kan sas, 4073Qc per bu. ' Apples Illinois, green. $l.iS2.00 per bbl; choice, $2JiS; eating, $3 (XX 4.M. Raspberries Red, $1.10&IJ5 per 24-qt caee; black. $11)1 JO per 16-qt case. Black- ' berries Michigan. S1.2L50 wr 16-ot nu .1 M Turk. Nrw York, July SJ. Wheat -No. S red winter caoh, Wijc; do July, 77c; do August, tm&r. do September, K4-. Corn No. t mixed catOi, TOVic; do Aug-ist, do September, Oats Dull; No. mixed cash, 44c; do AugUHt, 34c; do Septem ber. 32c.' Rye NominaL Barley Nominal. Pork Dull; mess. $12.5013.00 for new. Lard Quiet. August, $6.74; September, tft.88. Live Stock: Cattle Trading slow, poorest to best native steers, $3.aVS.3J per 100 lbs; Texans and Colorados, $3.5ia4.65; bulls and dry cows, $1.9034.25. Sheep and Lambs Sheep stead)-; lambs advanced ic per lb; sheep, $4.25 5.30 per 100 lbs; lambs. $5.757.00. ' Hogs Konuaaily stoad; mt gtL fc s asr IK lbs. : 1 ' '1 t 5- l i r .