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ROCK ISLAND, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1891.
Single Copies 5 Casta.
Per Week 1U Cents.
A-T LOWEST PRICES.
And by far the Largest Assortment at the
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The Only and Best Place To Trade-
Special attention called to our fall line which comprises all the new novelties at
West Prices consistent with the highest grade of workmanship and material.
The owners of tbe three largest hotel1
at Atlantic City, N. J., arc recoiled td
Dr. Michael Mannheiuier, chief surgeon
of tbe Michael Keese Hospital at Chicago,
One of the men who robbed the Xordara,
Mo., National bank has been captured
Diphtheria is epidemic in St. John's
Roman Catholic orphan asylum at Grand
A Hussiau man-of-war has captured
the American schooner, J.' Hamilton Iwis,
for sealing in Russian waters.
An armed man raided the Canadian Pa
ciflc railway station at Nelson, B. C,
bound the agent, and robbed tbe safe of.
Alanson Cox, a farmer living near Char
don, O., was taking his daughter to school,
and . while crossing a ra.lway .line the
i)Juy was struck bv a train and both,
James R. Garueld, son of the victim of
Guiteau's bullet, was beaten as a candi
date for the Ohio mate senate at Cleve
land by E. X.. Lamptou. It was a Fora
It Is stated that the Brazil Steamship
company, of New York, has lost th),00O
during the pst year, aud there are rumors
that a defalcation is at tbe bottom of the
Seven highwaymen held up an east
bound train on the Denver and Rio
Grande railroad near Uotopaxi, Coio.
They got 3,000 from the express car. Oifi
cer are in pursuit of the robbers
Warren Colbott. who had been riiu
charjjed from the Madison, Ills., car
works, shot the superintendent of tbnt
institution and then tilled himself. Tha
superintendent will recover.
Senator Washburn, of Minnesota, tella
a Chicago reporter that, as a rule, Amer
icans wno co to Europe are "a lot of
idiots, " principally because they spend
abjut t 0,000,000 over there each season.
Ex-United States Senator Reairan. of
Texas, it is said, would refuse the vacant
inter-state commerce, commlssionershlD if
it was offered him. He prefers hill present
position at the head of the Texas ra'Uway
Count von Courtlandt, the oldest lu
natic in tbe state of New York and prola-
o.y trie oldest in America, is dead after a
residence of lifty-six years and four
months in the Bloomingdale in
sane asylum. lie was 90 vears old. and
bis death resulted from old age.
Objector HolmanTalk Politic.
JEFKERSONVILLE, Ind., Sept. 2. W. S.
Holmau, the "great objector," in the lower
house of congress, in an interview states
that, in his opinion, Harrison would be
the nominee of the Republicans next year.
mat ne cannot carry Indiana. The
Blaine boom, be thought, was largely a,
matter of sympathy, that will die out as
the contest approaches. Mr. Holmun
would not commit himself on tha Demo
cratic nomination, thousrh he enrcu-d
preference for Cleveland.
Went "Agin" the Contestants.
BrTTE, McHt.. Sept. 2 A climax was
reached in the Davis will caae yLerdav
when expert tested the ink on the docu
ment to see whether it was nlgrosin -or
logwood. In case tbe ink was logwood
tbe acid would cause it to turn a liaht
red,while if nigrosin tbe appliance of acid
would cause no change in color. To tha
chagrin of the contestants the color of tbe
writing where the acid was appl.od
turned to a reddish tint.
The Strike on Again.
Indianapolis. Sent. 2 Th freight
ductors and brakemen on the. Lake Erie
aud Western have rejected the com pan j s
schedule, and the strike has bean resumed. '
Cuicaoo, Sept. X.
Follow-in? were the quotations on the board
of trade today: WLeat- N. 'Z .September,
oi led Wj'.t cloned tKr; I twni W, opined
SUL'H, closwi tl.111: May, opened SUB;
closed $1."7?. Lorn No. 2 September,
o;i-oed 63!-4C, loncd 6bic; Octubvr, opened
'7-V- eVned 5sjc: May. opened 4oc; closed
vft. Oats No. i toplrnibcr, opened SSr,
i OMd toTfcc; October, opened ⁣ closed ttc;
M?y, opeued 3&i;. cluord S-iifr-. Pork-op-teaiaer.
opened JtO.rtrVi. closed tW.Pr, October,
upioad l0M,i. closed 10.i; January, esveed
Sit 84. closed 13.'ft. Lard -September, opened
Live etock: Following were tbe prices at
the Union Hock yards today: Hoes Market
fairly active on packing aud shipping ac
count, and pi ice steady without caauge; salee
ranzed at. $:.! vi.tf pitT8, f4.sM.?s light.
t4.Wl3.49r rough packing. 14.&V&S.90 mixed,
and f j.U&ji45 heavy pocking and shipping
Cattle Market moderately active but feel
ing rather easy, especially for coinmoa quali
ties; and prices without material change; quo
tations ranged at SjW 3J prima to fancy
hiipinss,.e'jrs.J4.ta.i)gJoi ;o c'-olee do,
4.l;"54.dO common to tsjr do. t3.TVit.i4 bstch
era' steers, tiUO;J.ej) stock em. Si.aAaa.iki
Texane. J,i.U)ii.. r-utfers, k.UUa.i loeders,
SLiMXjU cows, 1.4.00 ouus, aud f.5Q
4JH.75 veal calves.
theep ilarEBt rather active, aoa prices un
changed; qaoiatious rauged at tj,604.M
westerns, a.SOii.lO natives, and $J.?iii.40
Produce: Butter Faacy separator, 23c fit
lb; dairies, fancy, trwb, l'Va,lSc; backlog
storks, fresh. U-lllHc. Eggs Lots off, l4o
per dos. Live poultry Old chickens, Ufcllo
per lb; spring, Uo; roosters, 6Hc; tarkeya,
mixed, lUc; ducks, 0c: spring, lU&HlVic.. Pota
toesSt. Louia, early Ohio, par hu;
Kansas, 3tto; home grown, A7Uc per saek,
Minnesota. 444u p. r bK choice, sh&AOc;
west putatoea, iiaiuiuure, i umi.la par bol.
Apples Oreea cooking, tljttl.i per btiU eat
ing, J1.50A2.SD; fancy, J4.(W. v. Ulackberries
Michigan, 0ttTSc per le-qt caae. r ""
"Sew Tbrk.: '. !
. ;; N'aw York, Sept. 1.
Wheat No. 2 red w.atr .li. tl.07t(
Ol.OS; do September. VI1;;' do October,
SLx-i: do i.ay, S Llti!. Corn-No. x mixed
cash, 7i74o; do feeptember. Rfrio; do Oc
tober, tkAc; do December, Sec Oats DnU;
No. 2 mixed cash, iiiiHic; do brptember,
36tjC; do October. D&Hc. Rye-guiet but
firm. Barley Dull. Pork Steady: new mess,
iU.iOSLi.iAJ. Lard Stronger; October, t7.(K;
le. ember, $7 ii January,
Live Stock: Cattle Market firm, but a)
trading in beeves; dressed bee steady; na
tive sides per lb. Sheep aQd'Laubt
Market firm - and active; sheep, aotiiptS
per luu 16s; lamhs.&.UiA.Ta. Hog-4iarket
flmi; live bogs, 4.X3).uQ per 10U lbs.
Chocolate, vanilla and aca ice cream
and lemon Ice at Krell & Math'.
Tbe soft glow of tbe tea ro;e U ac
qnlred bv ladlee who ate Pouoii'i Con