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ock Island Daily Argu
VOL. XXXII. NO. 216
KOCit ISLAND, TUESDAY, JUNE 30. 1891.
I Single Copies 5 Onto
I Per Week 12M Cants
All Light Colored and Light Weight Clothing will be SLAUGHTERED
$4.00 Suits go for
44- 44 44
DOUBLE THE MONEY
CI il B
The Grant statue has arrived at Chi
cairn. British officers at Zanzibar report the
si ive i ra If in Africa on its last Iej;8.
Secretary Blaine is said to have nearly
concluded a reciprocity treaty with Saa
li.trvejr Mullens, aVest Virginia moon
s .in-.T autl leader of a gang of deperadoes,
h us !.(ra captured.
About 1,0).) stevedores are on a strike at
Chic.i.i, and business at the docks is
nearly at a standstill.
David Nicholson's large grocery bouse at
St Louis was totally destroyed by firs
Monday. Loss, f-.iOt),000.
Conrad Grachei. of Summerfield. Ills,
one of the oldest Masons in that section of
the state, died Saturday, aged 85 years.
Attorney A. R. Hill, of Danville, UK,
has been sentenced to one year's imprison'
ment for stealing and burning a justice's
Levy & Joseph Strauss, maltsters, of
Baltimore, nave failed. The assignee's
bond is for $800,000, The creditor's will
all be paid.
Rev. Isaac L. Nicholson has accepted the
bishopric of the Milwaukee Episc-opal die
ts ?se, to which he was recently elected to
succeed Bishop Knight.
W. II. Conklin, who robbed his New
York employers of $15,000, says he lost his
silaryof ti5 at poker every month and
w-as compelled to steal.
George Francis Train, on his trip aroui A
the world, reached Pans Monday. 1 e
will arrive in London today and will sail
on Wednesday for New Vork.
Louis Dillinsar, who is under sentence
of death for a murder committed in Mis
souri, was captured at . Chicago Sunday
night nitjt a desperate struggle with the
Chas. Pfeiffer, George Elliott, William
Gordon and one other man, were yircdtpi
tated to the srround n djsjgnpe of Mxtyleet
bv the breaking of a scaffiJld at Pittsburg
Monday. All-are expected todie.
Jim Mitchell and Oscar Plunfcetfc, two
witnesses to a mu-rder trial at Buffalo
Valley, Tenn., quarreled in the court
ronni Saturday, iiud when tiiej- quit shoot-1
iag boih were mortally wounded.
There is just one man in Company T,
United States mfantry, at Piuellidge. He
is an Indian. The company was organized
for Indians, but there is no prospect of en
listing another. The reds refused to be
come "walk soldi ere."
Thera is trouble at Xew Castle, Wash.,
coal mines between the striking white
miners and negroes employed to take
their place. The negroes were attacked ,
Sunday night and in the engagement four
persons were killed. The militia has been
Baron de Plinral, a young French no
bleman, Sunday shot two policemen from
the window of his apartments In Pari.
Hejmii bis -female companion set fire to
the building and jumped from window'
when the police stormed their door, and
both will die. The baron is -thought to
have been mad.
At the royal baptism in London MonJ
day Queen Victoria held her little greatn
grandchild in her arms .during . most of
the service, and "when they were con
eluded gave the little lady, Alexandra
Victoria Duff, a kiss so "hearty that it
echoed through the chapel. Duff is tl:
Duke of Fie!s family name.
Ashamed of His
Indianapolis, J une 30. Charles Holden.
of Monticello, Ills., applied to the town
ship trustees Monday for aid in reaching
home. He claimeo have worked in a
factory here, but when investigation was
made it was found that he was listed on
the pay roll as Charles Harvey. In ex
planation, he said that he was a son of
William and Eliza Holden, of Monticello,
the latter of whom, with two sons, had
been convicted of the murder of RusselL
He charge 1 his name to avoid the di
"THE MARKETS. "
Chicago. June 28.
Quotations on the board of trade today
ranged as follows: Wheat No. 2 July,
Ofeued Pl-?s, closed PTOc; September, opened
t?6c. closed December, opened WVtic,
closed (vsie. Corn No. 2 June, opened 54Vc,
closed aoUc; July, opened 51e, closed 63hjc;
September, opened sc, closed ii'c. Oats
No. 2 'July, opened Sic. closed Au
gust, opened ate, closed SlKSjC; September
opened 2Sjc. closed Pork June, opened
Si'...-, clK,ed i'j.'M; July, opened '.'JC-i,
closed J9.B5: SeuU nilM-r i..h tmm i.f'J
10.:H Lard June, owned r-iA
Live stock Followine wereVho nrlM .v.
nion stock Tarda tiutir' m.t i,-
opened active and firm: packer and shippers
uuj iLui. vines a.'tiuc turner; sales ranirpd
at ttftnjrw piss, .25sj4.3 light. TCK
4.S0 rough packing, S4iS34.C0 . mixed, and
S4.5i:t.8J heavy Hacking and Shipping lujg.
Cattle JEarEefnioderately active on local'
and shipping account, aDd prices with
out material change; quotations ranged
at $3.7ta;.3i choice to fancy shipping
steers, $5.rp5.a0 good to choice do, Ji.SBjfc
t. cumuiuu mj lair ao, iJ.air.vt-io batchers'
steers. $Zfl03.50 stockers, $T5a.0 Terans.
feeders 1 VWlfi .T!
bulls, and 2.504.50 veal calves.
Sheep aiamet rather active: feelincr niii
steady and prices unchange; quotkUona
ransed at Ki.Sitrr.vm wmtm-r... ru.. .
tives. aud So.SUi.75 lambs.
Produce: Butter Fmnr un.t
per lb; dairies, fancy, fresh, 14fl5c! MckW
stocks, fresh, -sOUc Egs-LoM offltHci
perdoz. Uve paultry Ola eiuckeas, IDsUflUoi
per lb; spring. 3U21o; roosters, c: UuBn.
mixed, ftSSc; ducks. 8Sc, Potatoes HeknaZI
!H5aL,5; Birbanks. tlJaoiao; mixed, mS
..j-jucuism, wsbm3 'per -l-qt. laau.
lZhe5,5r5i' "Pef Mt. eas
- vk -qu case.
- Wheat No. S KhI mrtntmm 1 ku. j
July. . tLOTdi: da A.cr,,., ZT' "
ber,96Hc; Deceaaber, tTJc. Corn Ko. t mixed:
vu, , uij', wc; ao August, SSfiK Sep
tember, 56jc Oata-Se. 2 mixed cash, WHci
do July, 3TMc; do August, 83Hc Rye-.
Neglected Barley-Neglected. . tjrk-Ouii;
mess, SU.50&12J5 fr Lard atotj
July, $6.25; September. UM. J
uve stock: Caslle ttmdi mim . :
ranceof lc per 100 lbs for aft. grades; pnttset
oatrre steers, VS-BUj?m per IK luaii
Texans, tUtoQAJO; balls aad dry avwa SUl
i.sa Sheep and Lavata-Sheep S1 aaa al
shade easier: huaks 4rat; sUmb. tLnttJU!
per 100 lb6; laiaka, LStw. H4?etoal-
ly steady; Uts anga, $4-20afe-8 per M lbs.
For beauty, for comfort, for . improve
ment of the complexion, uae oulf Pos
zonl's Powder; there U nothing eqi&l to
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