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VOL. HXIX.N0. 245
ROCK ISLAND, TUESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1S91.
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We have assumed the
from his den
Just to have a little fun and make things hum, we will start
And will throw in enough $10.00 and
w, wucic uiu uu cl LiKu uar wi mi- luiuuin,ui course, me oniy Bargain House ot tne tn-cities
i you intend paying $10.00 or $12.00 for a suit, may be we can suit you for $.00. Come and see. This may seem redicu
s. but you try 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
They Must Go!
Our Underwear Must Go!
Our Straw Hats Must Go!
Our large stock of Child rn's HnthiriCT will an fnr nrirpi rut in hfllf will rmkf thm rtr If rrn ira Sirica tmn xrAW ,-1 . ,
oi mis great clearing sale.
We Must have the Room for our FALL and WINTER Stock.
citSiehtprlh!ing 2 stock i g00ds -this fal1 V Rock IsIa,nd that yu wiU talk about in yur sleeP- and make the Clothiers of
nae the nightmare all next winter. If you look for Bargains in all departments this month vou'll not be disapponted at
position as "Leaders," and not even the
would make us flinch an inch from that
$12.00 suits to make competitors of the tri-cities exclaim and
every dollar's worth of our Summer Clothing, this season.
Neglige Shirts Must
and Money Savers,
Lion turned loose
the ball with a
stare in amazement and isW
Rock Island, Ills.
Bishop Flasch, of LaCros.se, Wis., is
dead. He was 60 years of age. .
James Thompson and Michael McDon
nell, ander arrest at Chicago for burglary,
are suspected of lieing implicated in the "
murder of Mr. Brezell at Desplaines last J
Samuel Hano, a real estate operator at V
Allston. Mass., has failed for (jOJ.OOO.
The Royal Trust company, with a capi- '
tal stock of $500,000, lias been authorized
to do A . banking business in Chicago.
Albert L. Coe is the president of the new
Rev. Mr. Williams, a retired Congre
gational clergyman, lost his life In a fire
which destroyed the Weeks house at
Palmer, Mass. .
The First National bank of Tabor, la.,
capital 50,000 has been authorized to
The treasury department yesterday pur
chased 876,000 ounce of silver at from $1.00
to $1,009 per ounce.
Half savage natives are reported to
have sacked Islapan, Paraguay, and mur
dered 150 men. women and children.
Tony Pastor, who arrived at New York
Saturday from Europe, is said to have en
gaged Belle Bilton, Countess Clancarty, to
sing in his show.
Rev. William M. Perry, pastor of the
Central Presbyterian church at Smith's
Grove, Ky., fell dead in his pulpit Sunday.
Charles E Goodwin, of Goodwin's Of
flcial Turf Guide, was mortallv wounded
by Bertram C. Webster, of New York,
Sunday night. Jealousy was the caue.
General Abner Doubleday is said to be
dying at his nome in Mendham, N. J. He
is 72 years old.
Enckes's comet was rediscovered at Lick
observatory Sunday morning.
W. Irwin Boyce, a farmer living a short
distance east of Jacksonville, Ills., was
killed Sunday night by William Stacey,
a young man who bears rather an unen
viable reputation. A young woman, Leu
Lyons, is the cause of the trouble.
Newton Baker, Col. Ingersoll's private
secretary, who was shot Saturday by Or
ville M. Anderson, was still alive, though
Very weak, yesterday.
Alexander Long, who had just married
Miss Belle Angel, of St. Louis, was ar
rested by the sheriff of Marion county,
Ills., on a charge of perjury. Long ad
mits that he swore to what was not true,
but says the lawyer tangled him up.
Mr. and Mrs. Brumtield and five chil
dren were murdered at Buffalo Creek,
Wayne county, W. Va , last Friday night,
by a gang of Italians. There will be a
wholesale lynching if the murderers are
Pretty Hotel Thief Arretted.
LOCKPORT. N. y Ann. 4. Guests at.
nearly all the prineiDol summer hotels at
Niagara Falls have been missing valua
bles lately. Sunday Chief of Police De
nan, of the Falls, arrested Jennie McElroy,
a. uanasomen styysniy dressed yousg
lady, on the charge "of being the thief.
Ami-jes were louna mat. sne naa taken
from the International hntl Hntal Xrr-
tr uit.l 11.. A , ! u .:.. ... I. ...a 1
fdged her guilt and was sent to jail Lcre
ior iwo moDius. .muss Jictlroy nails from
Toronto ;ind fcives her age as 23 years.
She hits been doin? a hir liiiwinpca t?,.a i-
The I'ope Blesses Heretic.
Newport, R, I. Aui. 4 The new
parochial school of St. Joseph's parish,
just completed at a cost of $"0,0X), was
lurujany ueu.caieu r-unuay. lnirty visii
iug priests and bishops were in attend
ance. The principal sermon was hr
Bishop Keane, of Washington. Bishop
Harkimz of Rhode. IV.aml t reat r.u.
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S'irpnse by announcing that the building
would be called the Hazard Memorial
school in honor of George Babcock Haz
ard, who. although nut. a PMtlinli VtAO-a
one half the cost of its construction, and
ne was given the blessing of the bishop.
Chicago. Aua, 3.
Huu...wuo VU U1D
of trade today: Wheat No. 2 Aucust, opened
onc, ciosea r.'sc; cpemoer, opened 86?tiC.
closed stu; December, . opened KSc, closed
Ul L. ( rVtra "n A i ir 11 ut ...n.l -.. i i
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5s-4c: September, opened 50f. closed 57;
October, opened MHc. closed iisc. Oats No. S
uiienoa i.c ciosen zrc; September,
opened lTc: closed STVc: Ma v. onnnori aiu
closed 31"i4c. Pork August, opened (11.40,
closed! (11.;TI; iSeptember, opeoed Jll.M,
closed $11.47V: October, opened Jll.iS,
closed T jirri SenfmtM.r amiuH .1
Live stock Following vim t)i r,rittm
Unior stock yards today: Hogs Market
ml tlir mi -T T 'M fin vm-lrltiv anrl .tiinnl. - -
count, and prices about 5c higher; sales
ranged at J-i.Si5.a pigs. (4.jt35.W light, (4.70
&5.05 roueb packing. (4.9U&5.75 mixed, and
.iuij.i.iueat packing ana snipping lots.
Cattle Market only moderately active on
local and skipping account, and prices favor
hui'ejfT. filKitMtiotift Mnnul C. T; V . : 1 :
w" r 'v- utuu:e
to fancy shipping steers, (4.a.60 good
to choice do. (4.iy?.ij.60 common to fair
do. fo.7.V'"t4.40 butchers' steers. (2.HU33 50
Blockers. 2.;i4JV Texan. ta0d4.au feeders.
(1.50ii.u0 cows. (I.o(a3.go bulls, and t9 ""iP
4.5U veal calves.
8heet M&rkpt rotliMp i
. " awu prills
steady; quotations ranged at west
erns, (3.7Sr&.'i.25 natives, and t3.Su&oio lambs.
rre Duller r aocy separator, 17c per
lb: dairies, fancy fresh. U&14c; packing stocks.
Live poultry Old chickens, lie per Jo; spring.
lc; rooetera, SfifiWc; tnrkeys, mni, Kit
due ks, ftaluc: spring, Kjk11c - Potatoes r.
wmis. cany unto, ll.a.lj per bbL, 4U&4jc
Der bll! TfnnMSMi. ftl ifckTM rw v.v.1. a i.
- . WW, Alwiu,
llijt-tl.ftr. Kaunas, 3ufr-4uc per bu;home grown,
3,7jc per sack. Apples Illinois, greets t.Ti
&2.0Uperbbl; choice,- ii.Zr, eating, 2.5Ji3.00.
Haspberries Red, 81.2riLjO per 24-pt case;
black. 91.ViI 1 l ner 1H SI lim 1 K ...
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Z4.pt case. Blackberries Michigan. 70aJo
per lft-qt case.
New York. Auy. 3.
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Aaicust, SSic: do hpteiuber, VHici do De
cember, aUlli. Corn No. 2 mixed cash, "
do AnUKt RHlii..T rTn W..t.l .....4 .. ...
do October, U4c. Oats Quiet but steady;
umw caau, .in:; go Aoirust, Sic; do
oepiemner, oc. nye rtominau Barley
NoutinaL Pork Dull hnt umlv nu. -
$liaiiiL3J5. Lard Quiet; August, (;
September. (O.BS .
Live Stork? fjtMlc fvH!n- .in ; m
. - . - - -wv luriu
nricea for all oratea; vmnmafr a k.., . .t
strs, J3.5 VS per 100 lbs; Texans aad Col.
orados. (3.40d4&: bulls and dry cowa, (LK
3.1&. Sheep and Lambs Sheep, firm at an ad- .
anoe of He per lb; lambs, slow and fee per lb
lower. Hoes Market ataadv? lin K.u aicoi
4.10 per M lb. ,17.;.,.,
Mute fttSpiag Cott erery tflCMoiL'