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Kock Island 'Daily
VOL. MIX. NO. 264
ROCK ISLAND, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2G, 1891.
I Sengfe Copies S Cent a,
Per Week IK Cent.
And by far the Largest Assortment at the
The Only and Best Place To Trade-
Special attention called to Olir fall line wViinVi rrimnricc oil fVo ne-wr nr.Tt.ac of
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prices consistent with the highest grade of workmanship and material.
' There has been uo rain ia Chihuahua,
Mexico, for a year.
Frost Sunday night destroyed 75 per
cent of the cranberry crop In Wisconsin.
A roan fell from the top of a stack 12ft
feet high, at Brooklyn and was not hurt a
particle. . ,
A Chaster (Pa.) woman went to camp-'
meetings and .permitted her baby to re- -main
alone at home w ithout food or drink.
The queen of England is snid to desire
to decorate President Carnot of Francs j
with the highest grade of the order of the '
The temperature in southeastern Iowa
fell Sunday night from bO to 85. It did
not damage the corn, as the weather was
August Terbet has been arrested for
counterfeiting at Cave-in-Rock, Hardin
county, Ills. More arrests are expected to
Ex Senator Harlan, of Iowa, is very ill
at his home in Mount Pleasant, and the
grawsst apprehensions are felt by his .
An Italian laborer who was detected
robbing the body of one of the victims of
Saturday's, disaster in New York was
sentenced to six months In prison.
It has been discovered that George J.
Osborne, superintendent of the St. Paul
railway elevators, who killed himself re
cently, was a heavy loser in wheat.
Hon. Redfield Prm-tnr nnnr
i J ' uv .vtaij ui
war in President Harrison's cabiuet, will
ipuTniea senator to succeed Georga
F. Edmunds by Governor Page, of Ver
mont. The San Francisco A
credited with being Senator Standard's
personal ortran urireathn millinnin -.i;
fornia senator for the Republican nomina-
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uuu mr presiueut.
No Side Shown ant tn lionamiiM tfl.j
. Tl ILJIlll
the M orld s exposition grounds. The di
rectory has decided that the entrance fee
hall entitle the visitor to see everything
oiiuiu me ineiosure. ,
It is rennrfo! in l'aaTi!nfrLm tk.t Vla
crews of two suiall steam whalers winter
ing near the manrhnf tha ViiiIiin,u.iR
about 500 miles east of Point Barrow, have
oeen massacred Dy tbe natives of that region.
The din illff rnnill ril-Ia at !. Ann-A.
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ItoilKO rnrtlan.1 V 1 . 1 i
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cause the proprietors forbid thm in t.lV
with the guests, and insist that they
snail receive tneir company in the
kitchen and be in the house before 11 p.
m. every day.
Divers have discovered an old TrnvV in
Xewnort harhnr ivhi.K im Kalmt...! 1
that of one of the fteven veacAloannl K V.
British in Newport harbor Aug. 8,1778, at
mo iiuie uimi ae r-staing forced bis way
With Dart of his flat, n4 bUmJ k
tween Great Island and Canonicut.
The Wheat Crop of Minnesota.
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have been received from all points of this
state, and show an acreage of S.OOO.OCO,
while enougj threshing has been done to
allow fair estimates of the yield. The "
wheat crop in Minnesota this season will
not be below TO.OCO.OOO bushels, ad "will
probably exceed that imnntit n .
cent frosts, which have extended quite
generally over the state, have not affected
f he Bnal result so far as it relates to the
wheat cron. The nresent mri(tinn will
also warrant the statement that the farm
ers of Minnesota will receive upwards of
cou,uuu,uw ior meir crop.
Racing Records at Chicago.
Chicago, Aug. 23. The wlnninz hone
at Hawthorn yesterday were: Miss Bow
ing, i mile, 1:23 V; Little Scissors, 1 mile
TO yards, 1:59, Joe Carker, 1 mile, 1:52;
Blaze Quke, mile, 1:22; Lake Breeze,
At Garfield nark- Dna rtima a '
1:21).,': Consignee, 1 mile. l:53,r Jim Mur
phy, o4 furlongs. 1:14; Mary Sue, 1 1-15
miles. 1:58; Miss Bulwark, mile, 0:53.!
Miss Lulu, mile. 0:53i.
THE MARKETS. ' !
Chicago, Aug. 25. '
Following won the quotations on the board
of trade today: Wheat Xo. 2 A ojrust. Opened
Sl.tt."4. closed S1.04H: rptember, opetled
JI.UKI4, closed $1.W4: December, opened
L04H. closed $l.U0i. Cora No. Ang-ust.
otned 62c, closed &,Sc; September, opened
01c, closed 6Hu: October, opened 67e,
closed 60c. Oate Xo. 2 Aupust, opened 80ic,
closed 3"c; September, opened Pc, closed
8uHc; Mar, opeued Kic, closed 3444c. Pork -September,
opened tlO.UO, closed 10J2O;
October, opened lO.U'H, closed fl.3V.
Janunry. o:eiml . tli.Vi, closed lll'.si. .
Laid iiepfccurlwr. opcued &6.50, Uoce .17i.
Live elock Followiog were the prices at
the Union stok yards today: Hogs Market
moderatclr active on packing and suipplng
accouut, feeiinf steady and prices uiichan
ed; sales ranged at f 2.:K&4.50 pigs, $4.ftOia5.7
light, t4.i4.7 rougu packing. ti.HJab.Vi
mixed, aad (i.8U.&5.:3 heavy packing and .
biiippius iuU. ' ,
Cattle Martet fairly active on local and
thlppiug acconut and prices well main
tained: quulatious ranged at ' $i.Su
B.;W lioic to - fancy shipping steers,
HDfii good to choicd do, tt-lu.44.8O com
mon to fair do, $475f.0 butchers' steers,
Ji'.iwao.Oj stockers, (K.Aia80 TSxans, S.UU
4.tt3 rangers, I3.U0Q.3.au feeders. $l.Jufc3JO
cows, tl.Su3.0U bulls, and J2.50&4.75 veal
Sheep Market rather active and prioes un
changed: quotations ranged at S3 5etJ4. jo west
trns. $3.3O4A10 natives, and S3.7eO&40 lambs.
Produce: Butter Fancy separator. He per
lb; daries, fancy, fresh, le-Slfcx packing stocks,
tre&h, Uc. g Loss off, Hiio per dox. Live
poultry Old chickens, loc per lb; spring, Uo
roosters, Sc; turkeys, mixed, 10c; ducks, s
10c; spring, 10511c Potatoes St. Ixiuia, Early;
Ohio, Sftfcc per ho; Kansas. tJfyVtc: home
grown, eoiiao per sack; Minnesota,' 40&4KO per
bo. Apples lllindU, green, fiO&75o per bol;
thoice, 1.0&LJ; eatinx, tl.76Ai.ia. Black
berries Michigan, 85J par lt-ej case. Blue
berries Jl.75ii.u0 per lB-qt case.
New Tor k. ,
Nrw York, Aug. ii.
Wheat No. 8 red winter cash, - tl.li; do
September, $LU; do October, SLUKc; do
December, tLli. Cora Mo. S mixed cash,
77j4a7c; do August, 75c; do September,
7uV4c: do Octboer, 674c Oat Dull but
steady; Ko. 2 mixed eaah, 38c; do' 8eptem-
ber. Mic. Rye KopiinaL Barley Nom
inal. Pork Steady; sew mess, fU.8012.00L
Lard-Qulat; SepUmher, .f6; October, $6.8s. ,
' Live Stock: Cattle Market firm, but no
trading in beeves; dressed beer dull; Batlrs
sides, HQ per lb. Sheep and Lambs-Sheep,
steady; lambs, firm; sheep, S4.00i3S.15 per lis
lbs; lambs. t4.M$8jBU Hogs Market film;
Uve hogs, H.lOfts.1 par 100 lbs.
Music at SprinCkiT etery riei'iioo.