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Rock Island' Daily Argus.
iOL. XXXIX. NO. 182
ROCK ISLAND, FRIDAY, JIAY 22, IS91.
Single Copies 5 Cent
Per Week 12 Cento
Owing 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.
Prices Cut in Half -Goods Almost given Away!
For 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 !
Rain has extinguished the forest fires
Bunnell & Scranton, banters of New
Haven, Conn., have Tailed with f300,000
liabilities and uo assets. "
The coke-workers in the bcattdale.'Fa.,
district are returniug to work. The
guards are being discharged.
Five thou band tailors employed iu
London are on a strike, and all the fash
ionable tailor shops are closed.
Matthew T. Scott, a prominent capital
ist of Bloomington, Ills., and the founder
of the town of Cbenoa, Ills., died Thurs
day. - , '
The government majority lu the Cana
dian parliament, as developed on the first
vote taken Thursday, proves to be twenty-nine.
Five blocks of lumber yards and six
blocks of residences were- burned at
Houston, Tex., Wednesday night. Loss,
A package containing (12,000 was stolen
from a Northern Pacitic express safe be
tween Chippewa Falls and Phillips, Wis.,
President Harrisou has Issued a proc
lamation openiu? up to settlers, 1,6'W,000
acres of laud in the Fort Bertbold Indian
agency iu North Dakota.
Ex-Governor Ramsey, of Minnesota,
admits that he was blackmailed out of a
large sums of money by his coachman,
whom he paid to leave the country.
O'Malley and Cooney, the New Orleans
detectives were rearrested and releastd
on bail Wednesday on amended iudict
ments iu connection with the Mafia case.
William Redmond, an Irish member of
parliament, is ia Chicago in the interest
of the Paruell wing of the Irish National
party. A mass-meeting is to be held in
that interest to-morrow night,
The place for woman physicians ap
pears to be Bosnia, where Mohammedan
women refuse the attendance of male doc
tors. The Austrian government is guar
anteeing incomes to women up to a cer
The grand lodge of Elks has decided that
John L. Sullivan is not a member of that
order, his election at Newark lodge hav
ing been illegal. Dr. Quiuliu's act in de
nouncing Sullivan as unworthy of mem
bership was indorsed.
The boycott of the Lumber Dealers' as
sociation of New York city, declared
aaaitisttbe trades unions who had boy
cotted members of the Dealers' associa
tion, lias proved successful, and the ag
gressors acknowledge themselves beaten.
The stauding committee of the Episco
pal diocese ot Iowa has refused its con-"
sent to the consecration of ReV. Phillips
Brooks as bishop of Massachusetts. Rev.
Dr. Newton, of New York city, says the
opposition to Dr. Brocks' consecration is
Time on the Race Track.
Chicago, May 22 The winners at the
west side races yesterday were: 111 Wind,
mile, 1:11; Pat Only, 1 mile, 1:43; CaruS, -niiie,
l:3;i; Bankrupt. 1 1-16 miles,
1:37 j.- Marmosa. 1 m;Ie, 1:44
LoflsviLLE, May 22. The following
horses took the stakes at Church
ill Downs yesterday: Ridsign, 1
mile, 1:50; Palmetto, 1 mile 70 yarJs,
1:-V;:4'; Huron. i miles, l:34.'-; Pendleton,
ii inns, 1:0U; Yailera, 1 1-NJ miles, l:5o-.
Mr. Dlaine's Conilition.
New Yor.K, May 22 -Yesterday Mr.
Blaine was resting q:netly after a mo.-t
comfortable night. '1 he family went out
for a drive, leaviuz Mr. Blaiue iu cbnr,e
of a trained nurse. If tLe we t er per
mits iu a dayor two be will hi t iken out
for a diiv-e to 'est his strength, and if
found strong euough he will be taken at
once to Maine.
Death, of a Base liaH Flayer.
Philadelphia, May 23 Jimmy Fo-
garty, the well known outfielder, who has
played with the League team of this city
for the past few years, died at St. Joseph's
hospital in this city Weduesday of con
Chicago. May 21.
Following were tha quotations on the board
of trade to-day: Wheat No.- 2 Slav, opened
fl.tR closed tl.CMU; July, opened Wc closed
f l.UlSg: Septeruljer. opened Whsc, closed Wc.
Corn No. 2 May, 01 euetf 5yWc; closed 5870:
July, opened 5tx closed t'Aar; September.
opened 54-4 cloned 54,UfC Oala No. 2 May,
opened , closeil 4c; July, opened 45c.
closed 4iit; September, opened 'Hic closed
J4'w Pork May. opened and closed til. 10
July, opened aud closed $1L2: Sepember,
opened f 11. 4A closed $ lLd2y Lard May, op
ened S6.35, closed fti.40.
Live stock Following were th prices at the
Union stock yards to-day: Hogs Market
mode rati vly active on packing and ehip
piu account, but a weaker feeling developed
later, and prices declined 5c; sales ranged
at f2.7oa4.3J pigs, f4.2jg4.tt light f4-2.3
4.40 rough paekiug, f 4.3524 65 mixed, and
f4 45 j 4.7a heavy packing aud shipping lots.
Cattle Market rather active on local and
shipping account, prices fairly well supported:
quotations ranged at $5 7 Jjti. 4tl for choice to
fancy shipping steers, f i.00&5.70 good to choice
do, s4.3j1(j4,.i common to fair do, 53.5184.25
butchers' steers, $2.6)j3.5) etockers. f2.I5ta
0 Texans. f: a4.30 feeders, Sl.5Jfflt.0J cows.
SI 533 5) bulls, and f2.jOvt4.jO veal calves.
Sheep Douian 1 fairly active and prices
ruled steady; quotations ranged at S4.25io.75
westerns, f 4. 7516.00 natives, and ffi.0oit7.50
Produce: Butter Fancy separator. 17ai8e
per lb; dairies, fancy fresh. 1 initio; packing
stocks, fresh, isaiUi. Eg3 southern stock, 15c
per doz; northern, 15hC Live poultry Old
chickens, '.tUi"? per lb; sprin?, 21fi2J; roosters.
ftjjjVjc; turkeys, mixed, rr&c; dai.Vi SMakc;
Potatoes-Rose. 75e5c per bu: lleuru. ib
ttic; Peerless, ol.iStlc; Burbauks. flOVtl.05o
mixed, S5j,7jc. Strawberries Tennessee, fair
to good, f L50&2.9U per 24-qC casef Illinois, f2.O0
New York, May 2L
Wheat No. 2 rd winter cash, fl.15; do
ilay. f 1.13.!i; do June, tl.ll; do July. SL09W
Corn No. 2 mixed cash. ;ic; do July, 82ic:
do August, blfsc Oats Dull but steady; No. 2
mixed cash. 5vc; do June, .Wvc; do July,
Mc. Bye Nominal. Barley NominaL Pork
Dull; fl2.oi,( 13.25 foi- new mess. Lard
-Quiet: July, t 71; August, f6.H2.
Live Stock: Cattle Market firm, but no
trading in beeves; dressed baef, steady; native
sides. V4'a,9o V Sheep an 1 Lambs Sheep,
dull; lambs, active aud a shade higuer; sheep,
f4.StX&,6.i i luO fts: yearUngs. g6.0Oa7.00;
Lmlis, f7.0O(9.00. Hogs Nomina ly steady;
lire hogs, f4.3Ui5.40 y 100 Its.
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pcuoni'a Complexion powder gives it