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Aug u s.
VOL. XXXII NO. 249
ROCK ISLAND, SATURDAY, AUGUST S, 1891.
Single Copls. BOn
Per Week ISM Cut
All summer coats and vests that are left you can have at half price.
All light weight dress suits that are left you can have at half price.
All light colored business suits that are left you can have at half price.
Pants at half price.
Children's Clothing at half price.
School Suits at half price.
Summer Underwear at half price.
Neglige Shirts at half price.
Straw Hats at half price.
Neckwear at half price.
Children's Waists at half price.
Knee Pants at half price.
All odds and ends must and will go at half price.
We carry no goods over from season to season.
Our fall stock is beginning to come in. We must have more room.
Therefore this great sale.
ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS. .
' The Democrats of Mississippi are mak
ing nominations for the next legislature
which will elect the successor of Senator
George. The nominations so far indicate
A Paris newspaper is authority for the .
statement that a new treaty has been
signed between Russia ami France.
' The New York and Chicago limited ex
press on the Fort Wayne road ran into an
open switch near Kits: -Palestine, O., kill
ing the engineer nnd flcjmHa.
Another woman has been murdered in
the Vhitechapel district of London. She
is believed t be a victim of the knife of
"Jack the Ripper." "
A fire at Comanche, Iowa, destroyed
property to the amount of $90,000.
The Blymyer Ice Machine company,
of Cincinnati, ' has assigned. Liabilities,
Indians Lave brought the report to
Yuma, Cal., that the earthquake of July
30 materially changed the course of the
Colorado river. l
About 2,5Or,iOO,O0O cigarettes are smoked
in the United States every year.
On his trip to Australia on the steamer
Mariposa John L, Sullivan got on a "high
lonesome," resulting in the captain hav
ing him locked in his stateroom and shut
ting off the snigger's grog during the re
mainder of the voyage.
Kaiser Billy will have to lay up at Kiwi
for a fortnight to have his knee attended
to, it having been hurt by a fall on the
deck of the yacht Hohenzollern some days
Henry Lyon, a Livermore (Ta.) farmer,
walked eighteen miles while in a somnam
A lamp exploded in the apartments at
737 Third avenue, Xew York, occupied by
Salvatore Ratfaeta and his wife and
daughter. The two latter were so severe
ly burned that they died. Raffaela will
Outside of Chicago the appraisement of .
property in Illinois for taxation is K,000,
000 more than it was last year.
Sir John L. Garst, British political sec
retary for India, says that home rule has
dropped from first place among the Irish
people and labor reform taken its place.
Charles T. Dillingham, the Xew York
publisher and bookseller, has failed, with
liabilities of $130,000.
Xicolini Pollita, a naturalized citizen
of the United States, has been arrested in
Italy and forced into the Italian arm?.
Mis wife has applied to Lncle Sam to take
up the matter.
M. A. Konntrv, of Xew York, has con
tributed a building sire and an endow
ment of f ISO.bOo for a Lutheran college to
be founded in Omaha.
Two tough, whose identitv it not fullv
known, attscted Christopher Dorner at
Chicago, and kicked out both his eyes.
Vnknown t,irr Body Found.
Xiagaba Falls. X. v.. Aim Th. -
bo jy of an unknown girl was found in
- - .. t. v uoii a uuto urmw jjcwis
ton yesterday morning. It is that of a
girl about -M years old, and dark com
plexioned. It is thought she is from Tor-
nntrt flnt T x . i
j " - v -"'i uui.i i unvc uccu ar
rested on suspicion of being connected
n ini .utz 1 1 air.
Charged the Crime on His Brother.
St. Paul," Aug. 8 Adelbert Goheen,
awaiting at tergus Falls the day of his
executiou for the murder of Rosa Bray,
has made a statement that his brother
Ander-on Goheen did the killing and
iui ue sa- it. Anuerson uoneen has
Court House and Records Horned.
Birmingham, Ala., Aug. 8. The Win
ston county court house, with all the rec
ords, was burned Tuesday. Xotbing was
saved. It is believed the fire wna inran.
Cbioaoo. Aug. 7.
Following wmiliftfinntMimMM rUhMHl
of trade today: Wueat-rNo..2 August, opened
clueed eT-; December, opened &Mr:, closed
i"c. orn iNO. s A usual, opened 57c, closed
$4r.; (September,' opened S&c, closed S&Wtc; .
Ortnbpr. onenMi aao lrauw ku n. v-
2 August, opened ?T5c, . closed T.'Mtz; Sepem-
uer, opeaea zic, ciosea r.o; Way. opened
30Hc closed Wnc. Pork September, opened
closed tlO.bTH; January, opened $li75, closed .
uakj. urn Feptemoer. opened K.424, closed "
Live Stock Following were the prices at the
Union iitock yards today: Hogs Market1
fairly active: good grades Arm. bat common '
lots easy: pn-es unchanged: sales ranged
at 3JHa&.M uigs, 4.jfciS0 light. H.KiL.X -rough
packing, 4-i4.V5 mixed, and '
6Jiu heavy paciDg and shipping lots. i
Cattle Market rather quiet on local and '
shipping account and price, favored buy
ers: quotations ranged at H7Ua.5 choice
to fancy shipping steers. 4.9U&5. good to
choice do, $4.ni&4.8u common to fair do, $3.T5 '
butchers' , steers, S2.fl033.3u stork era.
$3J5(t23 Texans. $3.4i4.30 feeders, JlJOfiJ -4.1W
cows, $ LiOAJ.SU bulla, and fci.3uttt.50
Iheep Market rather active, and prices
without material change; Quotations ranged -at
ri.SMitA.8) westerns, $a.75jfcia natives, and
Produce: Butter Fancy separator. 18c per
lb; dairies, fancy, fresh. Iai5c; packing I
stock, fresh. llXVillc. Eggs Loss off, 15c per '
dos. Live poultry-Old chickens. 10c per lb; !
spring. luaiOHc; rooster. 6J4c; turkeys, t
mixed. &luc-. ducks. 310c: spring, lUftlOHc. i
Potatoes St. Louis, early Ohio, ILOOQIJS per !
bbl; Tennessee, tlJJ&aLjUt Alton, ILOUftl J5; .
Kansas. 3t)c prr bu: home grown. 5l9uc per
sack. Apples Illinois, green, 7Gu1.0U per ,
hbl; choice, $l.euiL; eating, f L5uL75. '
Blackberries Michigan, 65r7Sc per 16-qt case. 1
Blueberries M.75&2.U0 per l-qt case. Huckie- '
berries S1.SSS1.KJ per lo-qt case. I
New York. jj
New Yokk. Aug. 7. '
Wheat-No. 2 red winter cash, Hc: An-
gust. December. October. SSJc. !
Corn No. i mixed cash. 7JSt7W4c: Amml i
eTSt; tieptemlier. Sft. Oats VuH: No. 2
mixed cab, )W tic; do rVptember. 3316c: do
October. Sic. Ry.-NominaL Barlev Nora 4
Pork Dull and weaker: new inetM, ,
f 1SjSsS.. Lard (Juiet; iSeutember. s.n- i
Live Stock: Cattle Trading active for all
grades; poorert to best native steers, $3.25fe
6.40 per 1U0 lbs; bolls and dry cows. S2.Q6Q3JO.
Sheep and Lambs K bee p. firm; lambs, dull
at a decline of Kc per lb; sheep, $3.1S4QS.46
par 100 lbs; hunba, $&.!46i7.usH Hogs Ma,
ket steady; Hv. hogs. 4.a.tu per m lbs.
The OnlT COmnlexion nnmAam la
world that is without ninri jk . 1
injury to tie qmt wittMat' do&bk aj