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ROCK ISLAND, SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1891.
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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 have morelroom.
Therefore this great sale.
Ellsworth. Minn., was almost entirely
wiped out by a fierce windstorm. '
Hon. John R. Gamble, Congressman
elect from South Dakota, died at his borne
Jay Gould, it is said, must borrow (15,
000,000 to straighten out the Union Pa
Over 1.0U0 members of th. New York
Cloak makers' union are on a strike to
force' a recognition of their organization
Edwin Arnold, the English poet,' has
tendered a most touching tribute to the,,
memory of Lowell.
The treasury department purchased
519.5) ounces of silver at from (O.yyO to
(0.99tW per ounce. ,
Sir Edwin Arnold is under contract to
lecture fifty times in this country, begin
ning Nov. in New York.
It is said that Mr. Blaine has made
(450,000 out of the sale of his book,
"Twenty Years of Congress."
Booge's packing house at Sioux City,
la., has been purchased by the Union,
stock yards of Chicago for (100,000.
The police of Moscow are said to have
received orders that will result in ex
pelling all Jews from that city within
Secretary Foster has returned to the
national capital from Ohio. Attorney
General Miller has left the capital to be '
gone a month.
Major J. D. Hamilton, died at Ches
ter. Ills., aged 58 years. He served through i
the war as an officer of the Sixteenth Illi
Private Casserman, of the Fourth regi
ment, Illinois National guard, disembow
eled himself at Camp Lincoln. Supposed
cause, mental aberration.
Miss Anna Dickinson seems to have re
covered from her mental derangement.
She lectured with her old fire and spirit
on Joan of Arc at Goshen, X. Y., Thurs
day. Timothy Hopkins, the adopted ' son ' of
the late Mrs. Hopkins-Searle, the multi-
millionairess, it is 6aid. will contest his
foner mother's will, which specifically left
The Pacific Athletic club, of San Fran
cisco, has offered a purse of (12.500 for a
finish fight between Bob Fitzsimmons and
Ted Pitchard, English middle-weight
A Chicago phenomenon is a baby of S
years who has smoked tobacco since it
was a few months old, and now takes two
pipes and a cigar per day. When not
smoking the child lies in a half stupor.
A Berlin dispatch asserts that Emrwror
William is enjoying excellent health, and
that he is attending to the business of the
empire, notwithstanding the inconven
ience of moving about with his bandaged
A bottle was picked up on the beach at
Benton Har bor, Mich., with a note from
two passengers of the ill-fated Hume
named Maynard and Grover. They aid
they had no hope of escape. The Hume
ws lost in Lake Michigan, May 10 lat.
wim seven passengers.
What Labor Says of Neldringhaus.
PlTTsKLRG. Aug. 15. The discussion if
the importation of tin-plate laborers by T.
G. Neidringhaus continues to occupy the
attention of the labor organizations here.
The St. Louis tin-plate manufacturer in
his recent interview says that he wants
tin-plate rollers and washers. Assistant
President Garland, of the Amalgamated
association, says: "If that is all he requires
we can easily supply him, provided the
St. Louis Stamping company signs the
scale. Certainly our men will not work .
for him just now, as he is operating a non
Forest Fires Extinguished. f
Paris, Aug. 15. -The forest fires in the
neighborhood of Toulon have been ex
tinguished. The total damage is not .
known, but is certainly immense. 1 " ,
. : THE MARKETS. . ;j .
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Following were the quotations on the board
of trade today: Wheat No. t August, opened
81 Ho. closed WHo: September, opened ft&io,
closed December, opened Wr, closed
WTc. Corn No. 2 August, opened 81Ho .closed
yic: September, opened Stc: closed W4e; Oc
tober, opened Mo, closed 5Hc. Omts No.
August, opened and closed sHc; beptember
opened and closed th- May. opened 3114c.
cloned aic. Pork-rtSjptember; opened f'rf.ss
closed 10.10: October, opened (10.(0, closed
(lU.'i-H: January, opened (12.S5, closed (13.0a
Lard !- it ember, oiiened (.52Uc, closed (6.DO.
Live stock Following were the Dries, at
the Union stock yards today: Hogs Market
active and prices steady and unchanged; sale
ranged at fJ.iVJi.W pigs. J4.7i3.V8u light, (4.55
4H rough packing, it-softj-tf) mixed, and
1.T;.j.jo beavy packing ami shipping lots-
Cattle Market rather active on local and
shipping account, and prices higher for best
grades: quotations ranged at (5.7uti.20 choice
to fancy shipping steers. St.9U7to.50 good to
choice do. (4. (.l -o coonuon to fair do. (3.75
4.40 butchers steers, fi.maa.in stockera, (2.2V,
4.25 Tenuis. t-IMjASi) feeders. (1.5u&4.01 .
cows, (1.5lj4.5u Lulls, and (2.5U&4.50 veal
Hieep Market fairly active and prices no-
changed: quotations ranged at (3.50&4.M west
erns. i.i.i!y jS $) natives, and (3.5i(&5.5u lambs.
I'nxiuce: nutter raucy separator. 2Uo per
lb; danes, fancy, fresh, 1 Vftltic; packing stocks,
fresh. 11c. Esm Loss off, 1414c per doz. Live
poultry Old chickens. lojc per lb; spring, 14c,
roosters, &4e: turkeys, mixed, 10c; ducks. v&
lc; spring. lOtfllc. I'otatoes St. Louis, Early
Ohio, a.v-1 42c per bu; Kansas, 9:L4c: home
g-rown, Si'-i-ao per sack; Minnesota, 4'&42c per
uu. Apples Illinois, green, a375c per bbl;
choice, (1.0UQ.1.5U; eating. (1.75&i25. Black
berriesMichigan. 5ufco j per lo-qt case. Blue
berries (L75i2.uu per lti-o.t case.
New York. Ang. 14.
Wheat No. 2 red winter cash, (1.0& do Au
gust, J1.0SH: do September, (l.UB; do October.
Jl.OWs. Corn No. 2 mixed cash, 764&7?c; do
August, 72fic; do September. G9c; do October, V
Oats Dull but te'ly; No. 2 mixed cash,
45W2Kic; do September. 3F4c. Rye has sud
denly developed unusual activity and strength
on me reports oi damage to the Nussian crop.
Rye flour is quoted (4.75&A25. Barley Nom
inal. Pork Dull with the feeling weak; new
, llUM&U.Su. Lard Doll; September.
(.); October. (o.4: November. (7.14.
Lave (stock: Cattle Dull trade.' with a .
scarcity of really choice cattle; poorest to best
native steers, (3.i;l O) per 100 lbs; Texaos
and Colorado. (2.6isa.75; bulla and dry oowa.
uusuk ' Doeep ana Lambs nep steady;
lambs a shade Inntr, sheep, (LiiS J5 per 1U
lbs; lambs, (4.T5&AJM: Hogs Market firmer;
live hogs. $5.10aUM per iflOlbs. ' -,
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