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Rock Island Daily
fcxnix. no. 254
HOCK ISLAND, FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1891.
Plugle Cupies (fPrat
Per Week HiiUit
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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 havemorelroom.
Therefore this great sale.
Henry Henson, a wife murderer, was
hanged in St. Louis. Chris Young was
hanged at Lexington, Mo.
Joseph Brothers & Co., dealers in dry
goods at l'J9 Fifth avenue, Chicago, have
confessed judgments amounting to $42,
51L The London Times says the death of
Mr. Lowell is probably more keenly and
widely felt in England thau would be that
of any man not an Englishman.
Mrs. Catherine Coody, at Philadelphia,
was killed bj lightning while closing a
window in her house.
Mayor Chapin, of Brooklyn, is seriously
The Yankton National bank, of lYank
ton, S. D.. capital S50.0U0, has been author
ized to begin business.
The 'Select Clydesdale Stud Book" has
been recognized by the United States
treasury department as a record book of
Missouri Knights of Labor and Alliance
men are negotiating with a view to co-operation.
Joseph Pulitzer is reported to Jbe fser
lously ill of nervous prostration in Europe.
Ex-President Cleveland has written re
gretting that he and Mrs. Cleveland can
not attend the Bennington monument un
veiling. The pope has sent his blessing to the
Catholic Total Abstinence Union of Amer
ica. Abraham Backer, the note broker 'cf
New York, who owes about $4,OJu,0oa, has
been arrested, charged with fraud.
A merchant of Steinitz, Germany, was
sent to prison for fourteen days for "steal
ing" an umbrella. He was so chagrined
that he attempted suicide, but a doctor
S ived his life.
Rev. J. C. Kenney, late a Roman Catho
lic priest, but who "stuck"' on transub
stantiation, and came near becoming an
agnostic, joined the Methodist church at
D;s PUiiues camp meeting.
Fifteen deaths from the heat were re
ported at Xew York yesterday.
Cora Belle Chaska denies the story that
she has tired of her Sioux husband.
The Maryland People's party conven
tion at Baltimore has indorsed Frank
Brown, the Democratic nominee for gov
ernor. .- . "'
David McCallum, one of the oldest set
tlers tif Dts Moiues county, Iowa, died at
Buriiugton, aged 4 years.
Mrs. Jcmes R, Rohinson and her daugh
ter were found murdered in their beds at
St. Martinsville, La. Robbery was the
object of the murderers.
The Reading company wiil run its col
lieries at Pottsville, Pa , four days of nine
hoars each per week until the coal trade
Man and W ife like Together.
Dexvek, Aug. 14j Yesterdiy morning
Eugene II. Bounick jtnd Lis young wife
were found dead in bed at their residence,
611 Santa Fe avenue. They had taken
morphine in large quantities. The fol
lowing note was found: '"Pltase bury ns
side by side. Don't separate us. Grace
and G-ne.'" It is said that family troubles
were the cause of the double suicide.
Tils' Weather We May Expect.
Washington, Aug. It. The following are
the weather inlir atioas fur twenty-four hours
from s p. m. yesterday: For Indiana Gen
erally fair weather, followed in the even
ing by local showers in northwestern portion:
siiUtly varmtr: generally southerly winds;
loral rains Saturday. For Lower Michigan
Local rains in northwestern, fair weather in
southeastern portion: slightly warmer, except
stationary temperature ou the shore of Lake
Michigan: winds generally southerly: local
rains are likely Saturday. For Fpper Michi
gan and Wisconsin Local rains, perhaps oc
casionally heavy in Wisconsin; southeasterly
winds; no decided ihange in temperature:
cloudiness and rain Saturday. For Illinois
Local rains: probably thunderstorms in
southern portion; slightly cooler, except sta
tionary teiniK-rat are ia the extreme northern
portion: soutlierly winds: showers Saturday.
For Iowa Frequent showers; no decided "
change in temperature, except warmer in
northeastern portion: variable; winds.
THE MARKETS. .
Chicago, Aug. 11 .
Following were the quotations on the board
of trade today: Wheat No. August, opened
and closed W.4jc: Keptemler, opened Wc
closed Kgc: December, opened iMc, closed
9."He. Corn No. S August, opened 6J4o, planed
ic; September, opened 5Bc. closed 54c;
October, opened 54?ic. closed 55o. Oats No.
8 August, opened 3sf.jc: closed SUtgc; Sepem
ber. opened 2SVc, closed 27ic: May, opened
314C, closed 31:V. Pork .September, opened
f lu.40. closed SV.tffVt: October, opened (10.56,
closed Sl'.l.utr, January, opened tU.X), closed
f LL'.Nt. Lard iseptember, opened &6.S closed
Live Stock Following were the prices at the
Union stock yards t inlay: Hogs Market
rather active on packing and shipping ac
count and feeliug lirni; quotations about So
higher: sales ranged at $J.-&j.lJ pigs.
4.7.Vy.801igut. S4.5534.iW rough packing, 4.(W
3j.Su mixed, and UMii.'M heavy pack
ing and shipping lots.
Cattle .Market rather active on local and
shippiug account and prices without change;
quotations ranged at $5.7'e.a) choice
tofaucy shipping steers. t4.IW3-i.6M good to
choice do. ?4..jo.j,4.H common ti fair do, $3.75
5-4.40 buu-hetV steers. stockera,
f?.&V4.t Texan. .4't.:M feeders.-81.5f:
4.U0 cows, il.50(!,:i..i bulla, and -.33.4.W
Sheep Market fairly active and prices
anchanged: quotations ranged at ja.5Ujj4.ijJ
westerns. 3.7SaA.&) natives, and fcit.50iS.60
Produce: Butter Faucy separator, 18c per
lb: dairies, fancy, fresh. WtrlV: packing
stocks, fresh, lOV&llc Lggs Loss off, 15c per
doz. Live poultry Old chickens, luc per lb;
spring, Utaloc: roosters. Static; turkeys,
mixed, <ic: ducks. 41Uc: spring, lUSlOHc
Potatoes St. Louis, early Ohio. H.Wijl.85 per
bbl: Tennessee, i:tbn,&. Alton, f lAMiUS;
Kansas. 3)5 40c per bu; home grown. 6r2AJc per
sack. Apples Illinois, green, 75c(&fl.M per
bbU choice, 8L.Uua.L2i; eating. $L50L75.
Blackberries Michigan. &V: 7-jc per ltMjt case,
blueberries gl.75.ui) per ltMjt case. Huckle
bernea $ lJ5il.4U perltt-qt case.
Xew Yoke. Aug. 13.
Wheat No. 2 red winter cash, $LUJ: iAu
gust, jmm: September. J1JJ6H. October,
tLO&H. Corn-No. 2 mixed cash. T3e; An-
M guat. 71T6c; Sepember, BB&tjc; October, etc. -
Oats Quiet but firm; No. t mixed cash, 45c;
September. St6c Bye and Barter Neglect
ed. Pork Dull; new meas.tlL003U.ta Lard
Quiet; September, 9CM: October, JT.OO.
Lire Stock: Cattle IBarket steady, but DO
traoinc ia beeves; dressed beef, doll; native
sides, tttMo per lb. Sheep sal . lernhe
Steady market; sheep, tiAOHAM per lot lbs:
isokM. Hxqtn. Horn AUrket firm. . for
lire ttoas, MtUs Per 100 foal
The finest sjmI sweetest line of French
candies just leceiTod at KreU it MU'.
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