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ock Island Daily Argu
ilTxHIX. NO. 269
ROCK ISLAND, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1S91.
The Only and Best Place To Trade
Singh Coplas S Costs.
For VKt ltM Contew
-AJZ? LOWEST PRICES.
And by far the Largest Assortment at the
Special attention called to our fall line which comprises all the new novelties
0West Prices consistent with the highest grade of workmanship and material.
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Xine miners were killed by an explpsion
D a colliery in Somersetshire, England.
Larse numbers of Chinese are arriving
n this country by way of. the Canadian
border line. -.
Gulbrand G. Mellien died at North
wood, la. He was tho first white settler
n Worth county.
Charles Boylar, 15 years old, is under
arrest at Milwaukee on a charge of for
gery. He admits his guilt.
George Moerlein, a prominent brewer
of Cincinnati, and secretary of the Jioer
iein Brewing company, is dead.
United States marshals have captured
fix members of Bob Situs' notorious gang
ef illicit distillers near De Sota, Met.
Another railroad disaster is reported
from Switzerland. Four passenger cars
irere wrecked and many passengers In
jured. TUkiwtti, lne cashier of the defunct
Fall City limit of kouiville, has reached
Canada. He denies that there is a short
age in his accounts.
Two million dollars' worth of property
is estimated to have been destroyed by the
mob when the city of Valparaiso was sur
rendered to the insurgents. .
John Wilkinson and his wife were mur
dered in Monroe county, Mich. The per
petrators were tramps, who were later
riddled with bullets fey a mob.
The Turkish government has yielded to
the demands of the Russian government
that- any vessel carrying the Kuttuan flag
must have free passage through the Dar
danelles. Twenty-one new claimants to Mrs. Hop-kins-Searles'
estate have appeared, and
Eirward F. Searles will not be allowed to '
enjoy the millions without a hard strug
gle. Governor Campbell, of Ohio, is not get
ting over his illness. He has had a slight
relapse and must obtain change of air.
His physicians say that niediciue is of no
Governor Steele, of Oklahoma, passed
through Chicago en route to attend a
meeting of the directors of the National
Soldiers' Home. Ha says the territory la
Two more bodies have been fouad in tha
Park place. New York, ruins. They were
found by Mayor Grant himsetf while visit
ing the place. The debris will now be en
tirely cleared away.
Henry Towuer, who succeede I to tha
;raiu commission business of Runisey
Bron & Co., of Chicago, baa asked that
that all Lis trades on the board of trad
be closed out.
a. Couple of Highwayman Disappointed.
Haverhill, Mass., Sept. 1. Two men
attempted to "hold up" H. fi. Atwood, of
Ayer village, who was driving with his
wife through a wood on their way home,
about 10:30 last night. One of the men
grabbed the horse, whereupon hut com
panion leveled a revolver at Mr. Atwood,
it the sama time demanding his money.
Mr. Atwood, however, instead of handing
aver his money, whipped up his horse, who
made a jump, throwing the highwayman
to the ground and dashed awny, leaving
sua would-be robbers far in the rear.
Chicago, Aug. 31.
Following were the quotations ou the board
of trade today: Wheat- No. 2 August, opened
t';'e. clowd $1.0.3; September, opened Wc,
closed Jl.01'4: Iv-remher, o)K?ned f l.l'& closed
S1.U1H. Corn No. 2 August, opened 63c
closed Wc; September, opened ftftic, closed
64c; October, opeuud 66,c, closed o-SJc. Oats
No. 2 Septf uiber. opened 27; c, closed 28Jic;
October, oiiened and cloned 2SHc; May, opened .
SOir. closed 32H'-- Pork September, opened
tlo.00. closed 10.02; October, opened
ilO.lTJa, closed SlOJjt; Jauuai.opcuud $L4.77$.
closed tl2..T. Lard September, opened
fi.M, closed t.MH.
Live stock: Following were tho prices at
the I'nlon stock yard today: Hogs Mark'et
fairly active on parkiag and ehippiug ac
cutnit, prices without change; sales ranged at
t--..Vy.i4.4 pi. S4-K&i.7'J light, ItJtmAM
rough packing. tl"fi i.M mixed, and ta.Ooa
5.10 heavy parking and shipping lots.
Cattle Market fairly active on local and
thippiri account, and prices fairly well
supported on natives, bnt western
and rati,g rather dull; quotations ranged'
at $.".!r.r,h.:w prime to fancy shipping
steels. $4.ufi).ai good to choice do, $.10&4.e0
common to lair do, f.l7V&4.40 batchers steers,
Mft4)3.U0 stackers. $JXu&l.tU Telans. f:!.'
4. ranuers, $:i.0ua-J..J Seeders. Sl.Fi03k.i0
cowh. l.uOiabo.u buiia, and g2.50iit4.7u veal
Sheep Market rather active, and prioes on
changed; quotations ranged at 604.50
westerns, H.a2j.lo natives, and t3.7a4A.40
Produce: Batter Fancy separator, 23c per
lb; dairies, fancy, fresh. luaiSu; packing
stocks, fresh, ll-illc. Eggs-Loss off, lSjo
per dsz. Live poultry Old ohisiiens. lOiillo
per lb; spring, 13iso; roosters, 5H; tuieys. '
kxed, 10c; ducks, Wc; spring, Wiftia. Pota
toes tot. Louis, early Ohio, 4afii40o per bu;
Ksnsss, 3jfi 45c; home grown, 6S70c per sack,
Minnesota, vi&t per bu: choice, 4o&3oc;
sweet potatoes, Baltimore, SJ.Vrit3.73 per hbL
Apples Oreea cooking, f 1&uVLSj per bbl; eat
ing, tl.8oa2.SO; fancy, $3.00. blackberries
Michigan, 60i2t75c per le-qt case.
New Tore, Aug. SL '
Wheat No. 2 red winter rash, t-1.10;
do September, tl.Ot: du October, J1.09H;
do December, $1.12H do May, 1 1.174- Own
No. 2 mixed cash. :V17c; do rieptember
B9cc; do October, ttoc; do Detembsr, tjOo
Oats Dull and irregular; No. 2 nttied cash,
85Kc; do October, 8&Mc; do Deceorber.
J5Hc Kye Neglected. Barley iNegleeted. -Pork
OnU; new meas, tUHHQAiM. Lard
Steady: October. Deoeiuber, IKtO.
Live (tock: Cattle oiarket acUva for all
(rales at an advance of lie per IX lbs; poorest
to beet native steers, t4.503A.fc per TO lbs;
Texans, S3.30&4.S0; Colorados, Joia.T95 boUa
aad dry cows, t&5O$4.10i Sheesi aal Itsfntl
Nhsap, steady; lambs, slow, 4U a ahada easier .
prices; soeep, (S.70OU0 par 100 lbs: Uinjbs,
M.VAT.U. Uofs-slarket firm: lira hoo.