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VOL. XXXIX, NO. 164
KOCK ISLAND, PHIDAY, MAY 1. 1S91.
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The Second Great
loafer A r h
yp&y ii i i JL1JO
"We are always as good as our word." Having been unable to wait upon the
multitude of people last Saturday, we will as previously announced give
another special sale. Being better provided with an extra force of help
and a large stock of new goods just unpacked, we will on
Give one of the greatest special sales on record, which will eclipse
any and all special sales ever given in Rock Island.
Linen Collars woitli 20c for lc.
S3 Linen Cuffs woitL 25c for 5c.
S3 Men's Hose worth 10c for lc. .
Latest Style Neckwear worth 50c for 5c.
Good Underskirts or Drawers worth 50c for 5c.
Children's "Waistts worth 35c for 5c.
Knee Pants worth 40c ft r 5c
S3 Mens' Pants worth $1 00 and $1.50 for 20c
S3 Good Overalls worth 50c for ISc.
" Unlaunderrd Shirts, linen bosjm worth 50c for 12c.
Boys' Suits worth $1.50 for 25c.
- Good Undershirts or Drawers worth 50c for 5c.
300 all wool Mens' Suits worth from fS 00 to SI 0 00 for $3 00?
Unheard of low prices in every department. Large invoice of
new goods just received.
A home for broken down batchclors
has been founded in St. Louis.
Michael Davitt, the Irish leader, ex- ,
pecU before long to visit California
Peter Weber, president of the Phoenix
Brewing company, of Louisville, died
The strike at the Michigan Car works,
Detroit, is ended. The strikers are apply
ing for work.
Forests fires are- raging in northern
Michigan. Timber worth $11-5,000 has al
ready been destroyed.
Dr. R. G. Mauss, a leading physician of
Washington City, committed suicide
Wednesday night. La grippe.
A professional bunco-steerer named
Aaron, who was arrested at Little Bock,
Ark., proves to be a German baron.
The California citrus fair, which has
bad a remarkable success at Chicago,,
closed Thursday night, after a two weeks'
A St. Louis dispatch eays the brother
hoods of railroad conductors, brakemen,
Bwitchmen and firemen have agreed to
It has been discovered that Arthur C.
Gilman, bookkeeper for the firm of Lar
rabee & Steer, of New York, who died re
cently was a defaulter in the sum of
Rev. Phillips Brooks was Thursday
elected Episcopal bUhqp of the diocese
of Massachusetts. lie was the candidate
of the low church men, and received 93
of tha 133 votes.
Mrs. Sadie K. Warner, of St Paul, was
denied a divorce from Lucian Warner be
cause she signed an agreement to live
with him after he had beaten her with a
cane and his fists.
The jury in the case of Plenty Horses,
the Indian charged with the murder of
Lieut. Casey during the late Sioux
troubles, disagreed at Sioux Falls Thurs
day and was discharged. x
Just as the judge in a York, Pa., court
bad sentenced a chicken thief, a rooster
which had been brought into court as one
of the fowls stolen, set up a lusty crow, -much
to the amusement of the people
Frank Collier, the insane Chicago law
yer, is in jail again. lie escaped from his
friends l'hur-day and proceeded to have
some fun with the mayor and others at
the city hall. Judge Scales later com
Gen. Sn-iiiui Wonts S25.000 Damages.
New Yokk, May 1. A special to The
Tribune from Washington City gives a
brief interview with au army officer in
which he declares that Judge Advocate
G.nral Swaim has brouglit a suit in the
court of claims for $3,000, The alleged
cause of action is that the court-martial
which tried the general was illegally con
stituted, and, therefore, that its sentence
was null and void.
Miss Conziua Must Co to I'ncle Sam.
Chicago, May 1. The case of Miss
Phcebe Couzins, wLo.asked Judge Tuley
for an injunction on the World's fair
board of coutrol, has been transferred to
the United States courfs, Judge Tuley de
ciding thit he had no jurisdiction.
A Locomotive lioiler Explode.
Dattox, O., May 1. While a freight
train on the Dayton and Michigan rail
road was approaching this city yesterday
the boiler of the locomotive exploded.
Eugineer Foley, Fireman Ives, and Brake
man Woods were seriously injured.
"allel the Anti-PJnkerton L.
Bostox, May L A ulotion to recon
sider the vote by which the bill prohibit
ing the employment of Pinkerton detec
tives in the state was defeated Wednesday
in the housa was Rejected yesterday.
Will (how a Decrease or the Debt.
Washington Cur, May L It is esti
mated at the treasury department that
the debt statement for April will show a
reduction of the public debt for the month
o! f 1,250,000.
Chicago, April 3a
Following wera the quotations on the board
of trade to-day: Wheat Xo. 5 May, opened
$1.0 closed $1.04; July, opemsd 8L04
closed 81.04;4; August, opened and closed
5L0L Corn No. 2 May, opened &&ic,
closed GOV:: July, opened S-'Vo, closed 63c;
August, opened , closed Giic. Oats No.
2 May, opened 51 Jic, closed 5,'tic; July, opened
47c, closed 47Jc; September, opened 85c,
closed Mc Pork May. opened 112.70.
closed $12.75; July, opened iiaiK, dossd
iu.vfcj, ot'pitfmwr, openeu
?13 40. Lard-May, opened
Live stock Following were the prices at
the Union stock vards: HoBi-ll,rlr.tnii.ui
active and firm: prices &'.tl0e hiuher-
rangd at S3.10iJ4.63 pigs; S4.5ua5.tW light;
$L5i;4.7i rouju raking; 84.70 3.03 mixed;
J l.BO' vj. I'J for hoaw tniin . i, ; i
lots. . ' i'
Cattle Market rather active on local and
shiDDinz account. o n .1 ...w WAii .
tained; quotations ranged at 83.8JS6.53 for
choice to fancy shioDinsr Rt.vr- I'.ikkxts
for good to choice do: 84.3J&4.90 common
to fair do: S3.5Jffi4.25 bnt.hr t.
3.50 stockera; i3.G0a5.23 Texans; S3.'.Ufi4.W
feeders; fl.a34.(M Cowt; 81 50&3.50 bulla-i-2.Hxn.sa
veal calves. Sheep Demand fairly
active, and prices ruled stead v: nnnt.H.
range! at $4.6.25 westerns; f4.75aft.50 na
tives; S5.00S7.25 lambs.
rrouuoe: nutier-rancy separator. 25o per
lb; fresh dairies. 2l!&22c; packing stock, 1LA
13a Eggs-Strictly fresh, 13 j 13 per doz.
Live poultry Chickens, 10c per lb; ducks, 10a
11c; turkeys, mixed lota, ll&13c; geese, HOJa
6.00 per doz. Potatoes-White rose, 75&8Jo per
dui Hebron, ftw- VI nri- iw.iu. L. ' .lit
potatoes Illinois Jerseys. $3.503.50. Apples
wjuauig, j.uwij per utti; eating, 84.50&5.K);
fancy varieties, i5.50a6.30-
York, April 3).
" Wheat-Io, 2 red cash, fl.l!; do May,
SL10U; do June, $1,144; do July, 8L12.
Corn No. 8 mixed cash, 82hc: do May. 75) o;
do July, 70Jc Oats-DuU and weak; Jo.
2 mixed cash, aTc; May. 5Ha Bye
Kegjected. Barley-Neglected. Pork Quiot;
813.75314.50 for new mess. Lard Quiet
May, $6.97; July, 7JJi , '
Live Stock: Cattle Market Arm, but no
trading in beeves; dressed beef, steady; native
sides. 8a,10c V 1- Isheep and Lambs-SheeD
active and ) ft higher; Uunbs firm: un
horn sheep, 8S.75Q.7.50 V 1W ls; clipped do.
80045.75; unshorn laubs, 87.003 8. 03; clipped
do, 16.00(6.25. Hogs Nominally Bteadv- lira,
boss. 84.4003.63 aiQQfta, Jl
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