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r, XXXIX SO. 259
HOCK ISLAND, THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1891.
Single. Copies B Cents. ,
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.
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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.
AH 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.
Danville, Conn., was shaken by an earth-
quake. " " ,t
Lewis Paulsen, the' distinguished chew
player, died at London yesterday.
H. E. Kingsburj, city recorder of Mus
kegon, Mich., is short ..3,300 .in Ms Ac
counts. Miners of the Argus Coal company at
Fort Dodge. Ia., are ou a strike for an
It is reported at New tork that "Old
Hutch" made SuOO.000 out of .the, recent
flurry in grata. i
The treasury department purchased
20,000 ounces of silver at from iO.fii to
t0.ys8 per ounce.
Three millions of Canadian eggs have
been landed in England, and have cap
tured the market there.
Hailstones weighing two pounds are re
ported to have fallen in profusion in the
territory of Sarr-Moselle, near Cologne.
A new mineral he a been discovered ia
Texas which is said to be seven times
stronger than any other when made into
The United States consul at Martin
ique, in the West Indies, cables that a
hurricane destroyed every vessel in Lfc.it.
The mayor of Duraneo, Colo., who Is an
employe of the u Juan Smelting and
Mining company, is a defaulter In the
sum of 110,0110.
Governor Campbell, of Ohio, is ill at
Columbus from overwork during the po
litical campaign. He has cancelled all en
gagements. The World's fair directors have award
George Pangelo, a merchant at Cairo,
Egypt, the privilege of reproducing a
street of his native city at the Columbian
The steamer Teutonic arrived in New
five days, sixteen hours and thirty-one
minutes from Queenatown. This lowers
the fastest previous record one hour and
thirty-seven minutes. .; ;
The Illinois state board of equalization
has adopted a resolution that, in their
opinion, the assessors of the state have
not returned property at more than one-t
fourth its cash value. f
Canada is in a bad way. The Liberals
have been grinning for a few weeks until
their smile reached around to the back of
the neck over the disclosures of boodlery
in the Conservative ranks, when lo! a
clue was discovered leading right into the
Liberal ranks and convicting Mercier and
others of equal venality with the Tory cul
prits. Denis Kearney, the noted San .Francisco
sand lot orator, is homeless. His . house
was destroyed by fire, thought to be of in
cendiary origin. Denis makes a precari
ous living now as a small speculator
In stocks. He has lost caste with his old
time worshippers, because he didn't lead
the mob some years ago to burn the
palaces on Nob hill.
C annot Be Thoroughly Well.
Indianapolis Aug. ao. Senator Voor
hees, accompanied hy his daughter, Miss
Hallie, and Mr. James Voorhees, arrived
in the city Tuesday after a prolonged trip.
The senator has recovered from the se
vere attack of illness from which he suf
fered last winter and the most of the pres
ent summer. He will not talk politics.
The OarBeld Cottage Sold. -
New York, Aug. 30. The Elberon ho- '
tel at Elberon, N. J., including the" Gar-
field cottage, where Mr. Garfield died, was
sold yesterday at auction for So8,000 to
one of the trustees. The price at , which
the property was sold is said to be about
half its value. -
Emperor William Oat Again.
Kiel, Aug. . Emperor William took
a ride on horseback yesterday, remaining
out for some time. His 'majesty '. after
ward held an audience with Chancellor
von Capri vi.
Cbicaoo. Aug. 19.
Folloirtnir vera th nnnt.tinn on tK kAftMl
of trade today: Wheat No. 2 August, opened
JL01V. closed Sl.d.': September, opened
tl.OHi. closed f 1.02: Dnrf.mlM.r Aianul (l nix
closed J 1.04. Corn No. August- onened
8B?c, closed Wc; September, opened 07c;
closed 65Jfcc; October, opened flic, closed 81. to.
OaU o. z August, opened $c. closed Hc;
September, ooened 29c rlcwwl V
opened KHjc, closed 33Hc. Pork September,
opened lo.3. closed lu.. October, opened
110.35. closed $10.40; January, opened
$13.35, closed gl3.. Lard September, opened
JS.ttU, closed JC.IS5.
I .i - .tnrlr FVillrra-lnfr vsr. t i mimj .
the Union stork yards today: Bogs Market
rattier active on packing and shipping ac
count: best light and mixed lots 5c higher; but
other grades unchanged: sales ranjred at S3.0U
ai.VOplBS, H.jjQ:.) light. KToaiOO rough
packing, M.JJ-.'0 mixed, and 3.103.a5
heavy packins and shipping lots.
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. . . . u v . uu ,u.M UJU.
shipping account and prices well maintained.
eeia:j-u-)- u me ueiier quauxies; quotations
ranged at SjA'ti-ii choice to fancy shipping
steers. $4.-&5.-U good to choice do, 4-lU,
."U common to fair do. $3.?5&t.40 butchers'
steer. Blockers. Jj13.80 Texass.
t3.Ur2A.6H ranircrs. SS3.(Jla.3.5o feeder. SI Htik.
3.50 cows, f.L3u&3.(. bulls, and S2.Sba,t.
Sheep Market rather active and prices uc-
eras. $.i.T53A.3j natives, and fc&SU&UO lambs.'
nwiucc; suiter r ancy separator, zoo per
lb; daries. fancy, fresh. 14&16c: packing stocks,
frah. llr. V IMunff H-.nftA. T i
" ' w.., ..71V MMk
poultry Old chickens, lHc per lb; spring, 14c
lte; Bering. lU&llo Potatoe Louis, Early
f- va iuuiso-S wupwJVa UUUJyp
grown. SSU per sack; Minnesota, 043o par
im. Aiipies taiaois. green, aagiac par col;
choice, Sl.OCl.SO: eating, f LTiaiJB. Blaok
berries Michigan, Sufu per W-qt case. Blus-berries-1.75Ji(JU
per W-qt case. " . "
Kew York. : '
New YonV Ana la
" neai ro. z red winter casn, ILllK:
ADgost, I lih ao September. SL10M: do
tober, tl-UH- Corn No. mixed cash. TBc:
do August. 79c: do September, 73c. Oats
Dull but firm: No. 2 mixed cash, 36c; do.
September. U4r Rye Firm btrt quiet.
Barley Nominal. Pork Quiet: ' new mess,
tlLSoaU.Oo. Lard-Firm; August, .9 Sep
tember, I7.U6. -t. ,
Uve Stock: Cattle Firmer tone for all
grades; poorest to best native steers. t3je5.a
per 1U0 lbs; Texans and eolorados, 3.AA.iO,
bulla and dry csws, (LTftacJa. Sheep and
Lambs Sheep steady and unchanged; lambs
active at ao advance of Sic per lb; sheep, i&
8.40 per MO lbs: lambs. 5-02A0. Hogs
Market nominally steady; tire hogs, t&SXt&M
per 100 lbs. - -
What U mom attratim than a'-.4
face with fm'i. bright comp'exionf For
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