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SUM! S. 271
KOCK ISLAND, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER S, ISM.
Single Copies 8 Coat.
Per Week IS Vent.
CAPTURED BALMACEDA'S CASH.
-The Only and Best Place To Trade-
-A3? LOWEST PRICES.
And by far the Largest Assortment at the
Special attention called to our fall line which comprises all the new novelties at
lowest prices consistent with the highest grade of workmanship and material.
One of Hie Friend Caught with Over av
Valparaiso, Sept. 3. Balmaceda will
nut have ns much money when be reaches
Europe as he thought be would by over.
$1,000,000. One of bis most ardent sup
porters and closest friends, Deputy Yer
diifra, was captured yesterday at Talca
while be was makin? bis way out
of tie country with the purpose, it
is supposed, of joining bis fleeing chief!
either at Buenos Ayres or in Europe. He
was taken to Santiago and turned over to
the authorities. He carried with hiui $300,-
000 in Chilian bank notes and $800,000 in '
drafts on London. This, of course, was
promptly confiscated by the represents
of the junta. There is no confirmation ok
the report that Balmaceda has been
Cold weather is predicted for the north
west during the cominu; weeV.
The legislature of Victoria, Australia,
has passed a bill in favor of Australian
Miss Mary Lincoln, daughter of Hubert
T. Lincoln, was married in Loudon to
Charles B. Isbam. " ,
A bill has been introduced in the Geor
gia legislature pensioning all Confederate
veterans of the state.
The new submarine cable line, which
provides direct telegraphic communica
tion with Biazil, is now open.
The population of the United States is
62,632,350, as shown by the latest bulletin
issued from the census office.
David Belanger, of Lowell, Mass., was
fonnd murdered in bis store. The deed
is believed to have been committed by
Mrs. Riahardson. of Long Prairie, Minn.,
was thought to have died from apoplexy.
and was laid out for burial. She came to
life, and is now conscious.
Another daring train robbery has been
committed, this time near Dei Rio, Tex.
Thj robbers got all the valuables in the
express safe and rifled several sacks of
Miss Susan Gab Coow, who has been
acting as secretary of the lady managers
of the World's fair since the removal of
Miss Couiins, has been formally elected
to fill that position.
Henry Van Oost was stabbed and prob
ably mortally wounded at his own wed
ding, in ficseland, a Chicago suburb.
The murderer was the "best man" in the
John Ingals, the celebrated croD eiDert.
has been throughout North Dakota before
and since the frost. He estimates the loss
to ice wneac crop Dy irost at not more
than 2 or 3 per cent. i-
Mrs. Russell Harrison and Mrs. McKee
arrived at New York from Europe yester
day. Mrs. Harrison, wife of the president,
met them down the bay on a revenue cut
ter. They all arrived at Cape May Point
The mail bags that left Yokohama
Auj. 19 were placed on the steamer City
of New York at S o'clock a. m. Sept. 1,
and sent on the way to Liverpool, where
they will arrive twenty days from Japan.
The efforts of Melbourne to produce
rin at Cheyenne, Wyo., were successful.
A ua.f inch of rain fell when, according to ".
tie governmental signal service observer,
there had bten no premonitions of a
Five thousand acres of hay land near
Grand Forks. N. D., upon which this
year's crop was stacked, were burned by a
prairie fire. -.
Cbicaoo, Sept. 2.
Following were tbe quotations on the board
of trade today: Wheat- No. 2 September,
opened itttac, closed STHjc; December, opened
il.UJ. closed 9Sc; May. opened 18c, closed
iCc. Corn No. 2 September, opened ooc,
closed 64e; October, opened 5P closed
Mc: December, opened 43c; closed 4oc.
Oau No. X September, opeued closed
28?c; October, opened r: doted SDjic; May,
opened Sic., closed :t-"t4c. Pork Septem
ber, opened SlO.i.'H. closed 810.17H: October, '
opened $lu.4i, lueJ January, opened j
S12.DQ. closed Sli.fct. Lard September, !
opened $.. closed 4.70.
Live stock: Following were the prices at
the Union stock yards today: Hogs Market
f&irlv active on DAckiaf and ithuinln? mts-
t count, and a few sales were made early at
Tuesday s prices, but a weafc feeling soon de
veloped and prices declined "KilOc: sales ranged
at $25Ct4. pigs, $4.7'&5. ligbt. fiUMA
4 ho rough packing. $4.90SJ.4 mixed, and
$4.9X&5.40 heavy packing and shipping lota.
Cattle Market moderately active on local
and shipping account, and f eeling rather easy,
owing to the large supply, and prices ruled 54ft
10c lower; Quotations ranged at SS.TstuM
prime to lancy snipping steers. SH.Taoa.B5
good to choice do. $-t.oxv&4.65 common to fair
do, SU.TS(g4.4l buK-uers' steers, fci0U&3.U0
Mockers. $iajj1.50 Texans, tj.Uuii4.6j rangers.
i-UtrjiM feeders. $l.a&3.ao cows, $1.5033.00
bulls, and (!.5u&l.7A veal calves.
Sheep Market rather active, and prices on.
changed; . quotations ranged at f3.ISU24.S0
westerns, S.Su&UO natives, and t3.iKls.40
Produce: Batter Fancy separator. '23c oer
lb: dairies, fancy, fresh, ltt&lac; packing
stocks, fresh. UillJc Eggs Loss off, 15140
per dot Live poultry Old chickens, 104&llo
per lb; spring. 13H". roosters, Mc; turkeys,
mixed, luc: docks. spring. Iu210t4c. . Pota
toesSt. Louis, early Ohio, - e&&5oo per bu;
Ksnssi, 35&4oc: home grown, S5&7dc per sack.
Minnesota, 40440a per mu choice, 4ftM0c;
sweet potatoes, Baltimore, $3.ta&l.?S per bbL
Apples Green cooning, $L26dH50 per bbl; eat
ing. $1,503X30-, fancy, $3.00. Blackberries
Michigan, 6UjS75c per l-u.t case.
New York. '
Nsw York, Sept. .
Wheat No. 2 red winter cash, f 1.64;
do September, fl.OB; do October, fLOOH;
do December, $ Liu. ' Corn No. 2 mixed
cash, 77c; do September. TSJc; do October
Sc; do December. Mc. Oats Dull but steady;
No. 2 mixed cash, SSc; de October, 3nV4c.
Rye Quiet but steady. Barley DuU. Pork
Quiet; new -mess, ' S11.S0&12.0O. Lard
Steady; September, $7.0; October, $7.10.
Live Stock: Cattle Trading active formal
grades at aa advance of 10c per luo lbs: poorest
to best native steers. $4.fiu6. 10 per luU Uy,;
Texans and Colorado, S3.W1&S.20; bolls and
dry cows, $1.53.4i). Saaep and Lamba
Sheep doll bat steady; lambs active and a
shade firmer: sheep, i.ouo&.tt per 100 the:
laoihs. $U037Jtt. Hags Biarknt steady; uv
nos. t4.WJ8S.00 per lftl lbs. ,
Chocolate, aailla and peach ice cream
and lemon ice at Krell & Hub's.
Tbe toft glow of the tee roe to te.
quired by Udiea who nee Ponoai'e Com