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VOL. XXXIX. NO. 214
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R0CK3ISLAXD, SATURDAY, -JUNE 27, 1S91.
DOUBLE THE MONEY
( Single Copies S Cent
1 Per Week IS Cent
The Snyder wagon works at Danvilfe,
111., was burned Friday, entailing a loSSbl
United States officers hare captured a
danger-oiis gang of counterfeiters in Bol
linger county, Missouri.
JayTJwin;:, American consul at Van
couver, R C. hint made himself so obnoxi
ous by his intense Americanism that tre
has been boycotted, and has finally re
signed. The Kenosha County 'Wis ) bank has
begun a suit in the L'nited States court
against George F. Harding, of Chicago,
for the sum of $1,000,000. The &it is
based upon claims dating back to 165, ,
After reducing the appropriation from
$125,000 to $100,000, the Michigan sete&e
passed the World's fair bilL
the Irish Land bill passed its second '
readingvin the liouse of lo rds Friday.
SEteanor Dnroch, 13 year3 d, He beau
& daughter of Jean DuxocU, 61 MQr?iB,
on-, tjje well-kjiown lumber maji, tssfe .
Sipped with jPatrick Parriah, a xoajrfwd
titan - -
l. Victor Newcowb, ijhe Key Yrk
speculator, has been decrared hopelessly
TUqmas Tisd-rtle, who left a Canadian
IlaSijtih a fgufng trip thirtyofe
ago, and Was supposed to bare been
drowped, reagpBared a, few days ago and
fas recogriized by Lis Who QSi siacV
been married tavice,. .
A, bolt is threatened" in tho Farmers M' 1
liapee, ranks 'in Sooth. Carolina. It ig
headed by Governor Tillman, and t
trouble is the. sub-treasury plan, to wnicn
he is opposed.
The thief who suddenly turns honest
and makes restitution has turned ip in
Chicago again. lie scuds his swag back
t:) the owner in MasOn, Ills., this time,
On the Futurity course mile at
Sheepsbead bay Friday, Airshaft ran in
The president has issued a certificate of
merit to Harry W. Capron, corporal- ot
company B, Seventh cavalry, for distin
guished service in action at Wounded
Knee Creek, S. D., December 39 last.
Th-j Worlds fair directory has refused
to sign the warning to workiogmen
authorized by the labor unions of Chi
cago, on the ground iu brief that it does ..
not state facts. ,
Hugh McXaniee, of Benient, Ills., who
Las been on trial in the United States
fourt4it Springfield, Ills., ou charges of
percept ing letters while acting as dep
uty flostmastey, was Friday adjudged
guilts, but sentence was not pronounced.
tfexanderoCBattenburg.the late ruing
prince-of Bulgaria, is dangerously ill with
ulcer in Lhe-stom'Sbh.
Gladstone isrin Lowestoft recupersjtDK.
IXis illness is ddNared to benot danger
ous. Michigan Legislature.
Lansim June 27. Both, hjui;sie&ter
day agreed to the Amended xailroad (j
bill. A nally passeihe measurlaaj
no- radical changes Sn the-resent lam the
increased ta.rmountin? to about ?Sj);tSj .
annually. The con gressional redistrictibn ?
bill assed the house yesterday.- It had y
been passed by the senate earlier in ' tte
week. The house tabled a motion Ctcx-
curjin the senate amendment redacigrth ".
amount of the World's fair appropriation
from 125,000 to $100,000.
The Crop, in Illinois. i
Springfield, June 27. The focthcom
ing crop bulletin of the state department
of agriculture will show that on June 20
the corn crop in the northern diviskm of
the state was 95 per cent, of an average, in
the central portion 93 per cent, and in the
Kiuiucru portion per cent.
Dr. Northrop l)ie of His Injuries. -
Xew York, June 27. Dr. John L. Nor
throp, the instructor of zoology at Col-
umbia college, who was so badly burned '
Thursday by the explosion of a cask CtsJ.
cohol in the basement of the college build
ing, died at 4 o'clock yesterday morning :
. the Presbyterian hospital. -,j
Chicago, June 38.
Quotations on the Loard of trade today
ranged as follows: Wheat Xo. 2 July,
opened closed M'tjc; September, opened
Hi'Hc. closyd fR; iJecember, opened SOc,
closed Srv-. t orn No. 2 June, opened H&kjf;,
closed Oflir; Jn'y. opened &fHe, clood 52e;
September, OKiivd i?ve, closed VMu Oats
No. - July, opened KJ-ic. c-le.s-'d ate; Ao
Bnst, opened :jlV4c. rlcscd SS4c; September.
ojH-i'.cd ac -, c!os.k1 !s.e. Pork June, opened
P'.TS. eloHl eo.rr1: July, opened $l'.80, dosed
$'.i.H.'M; SeptemlMT. opened and ctated
$!':lo. Lard June, opened ?5.1"u;, clo'-'ed
Live stock Following were tb prices at the
Union stork ranis to-day: . Hogs Market
otene.l rather active on local and ahinpinx'
aeeo'int. and feelintc rather firm; price&iuled
V- Uiifhvr. en- ial!y fir the better Trades:
sules ranited at pic;s, $4.3t$t65
liKht, $4.1-5.4) roui4b packing, $4jJuia4.65
mixed, and $4.4.VV4.ti5 heavy packing and
Cattle Market moderately active on local
and shipping account. andfeelingsteadyjirJces
fully maintained; quotations ranged attain
JG choice to fancy shipping steers, f-lpa
5..V) good to choice do. St:fe4.S0 common to
fair do. S;l.rrt7r 1", lnt..r-o' .o
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