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Rook Island Daily"
.XXXIX. NO. 272
KOCK ISLAND, F 31 DAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1S91.
Single Cnplas Outs.
Per WMk 12H Cants.
P fF3 n EFT
GRAND FALL OPENING!
The London Clothing Co. are now ready after four weeks' un
ceasing labor of unpacking, marking and arranging their stupen
dous line of
all and "Winter Clothing,
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
Saturday, Sept. 5th theywill inaugurate the grandest Fall open
ing Rock Island, Davenport or Moline has ever witnessed. They
will continue it each day and evening the following week. Music
will be furnished, the establishment will be handsomely decorated
and everything arranged for the convenience and enjoyment of
their guests. The many inquiries
Has had as to when they would be ready.to display their Fall and Winter stock has influenced them
in having their opening at this time.
This being the first fall opening since the, advent of the London Clothing Co. in Rock Island, they
are determined to outdo all former attempts.
They are prepared to show a large and more complete line of clothing and gents' furnishings than
all the other establishments combined. If you are desirous of knowing the latest styles of men's
and boys' clothing, and gents' furnishings attend this grand opening.
OHILDBENS CLOTHING A SPECIALTY
Fire at Ths Dalles, Ore., destroyed prop
erty worth ffB,000.
It is feared that the differences between
Nicaragua and Honduras will oon lead to
A Philadelphia woman went mad .
through brooding over a clairvoyant's pre- t ,
The Knickerbocker Grain and Stock
ExdiaDge company, of Albany, X. V., '-
The National bank of McKeesport, Pa.,
capital tl.Vt.OiK), has been authorized to
The Milwaukee exposition was opened
by '.ttoveruor Peck iu t be presence of a
great throng of people.
Charley Mitchell baa posted a forfeit to
bind a mairh batwepo bim and Corbett,
with bare knuckles,: for $5,uG0.
'A bulletin from the census bureau shows
that there are 4"i,233 persons conlined in
tbe penitentiaries of thrs country.
Tbe Suffolk Trust coakp.tny, of Boston,
has been placed iu the haudd t a receiver.
Its investments in Kansas have proved
The Central Market company, of Chi
cago, has assigned, William P. Williams
being appointed receiver. I .s liabilities
Tbe London Times is of theopinion that
notwithstanding be numerous, war clouds
tho peace of Kumpe i.s nub liki'ly to bo dis
turbed at present. .
It is announced by the Loudon Chroni
cle that the Prince cf Wales and Eiriperor
William of Germany bnve ell but decided
to attend tbe World's fair.
Gsier,! Ik.aeeufi is sard to bo on the
cruiser & riik-H rnakhi i,h v.ny nortn to
Mexico or the United States. The sffiatn- ,
ers of the Cucgrcssiouaiisla are in pur
suit. Lieutenant Peary's trip to Greenland is
said to have been based on misconception
and misinformation, atd now the; ex
plorer is in a dune a psitioa aalong
the ice docs.
Two-year-old Henry Buckwitb, of Chi
cago, went out to play, and wandered
around until be was lost, lie was found
at Austin, a suburb nine miles a way, and
returned to his distracfed pirVnU.
The monuments erected at Gettysburg
In memory of the Illinois soldiers wera
unveiled yesterday. Ex-Governor Bever
idge made tbe presentation speech, to
which Governor lifer responded.
The modification desired in -the tariff
law hy the World's fair comciif sion is, so
that foreign exhibitors in good faith may
sell their exhibits without the jr.jmrcnt of
duty in casts where the law may reeult in
hardship to the e.tibitor desiring to sell. j
A proviou of the will of the lute Dr.
Lyp n C Preper, of Wisconsin, Kies bis
historical manuscripts and fine p'rivaJe 11
b.ary to toe state historical society on
condition that C. W. Butterfield, pf Oma
ha, "eb , nha!l naver hare ftgcse to them.
Butterlield is also a historian, and he and
Draper were not on good terms.
At Immerse Temperance Petition.
CHICAGO, Sept. 4 The World's Wom
an's Christian Temperance Union conven
tion will be held in Tremont Temple,
Boston, Nov. 13 o 13. A petition will be
presented at tLs meeting tjiiUoiuing the
names of S.Oto.OOO wonn of all nations
protesting against the liquor traffic. On
tbe petition are the names of 30,000 women
ol Ceyloa and 33,937 women of Burmah.
Flanagan Knows What We're Hare For.
Cape Mat Poixt N. J., Sept. 4 Tho
president yesterday appointed Webster
Pianasran collector of pimtAm at. VA P.ui
Tex , vice V. P. Clark, resigned. '
Ex-Coagremman Scott Improve.
Xewi'out, R. I , Sept. 4.-Ex-Congress-
man Scott continues to improve. His
friends are greatly encouraged. "
Qbkmo, Bent, t.
Following ware tbe quotations oat be board
of today: -Wae&t-'-Noi a-tteysembw,
opeueJ S.ic, closed ?Hcf becamBef opened .
tl.tX), cloted VMi year, oprued 07tc closed i
v7?ic. Corn No. z September. oiea4 SdMo -
rloxed 7c; Oc-toei- 'oovceA Slfc, eloscVt too.
Decern tier, openefl ME'jf.'fclatit imfa. Oats
No. i Septembr.r-Tipiid.j3u,,-okwea 2Wio; .
October, opened 3fcload sj; May,
opened Sic. tloaed Oitfe. Pork eieptember,
opened JlO.Ju, closed (1U.47K; Uctobar. opeoed
tl0.32!4. close i JlJ.W, January, opened $U.K.
clo?et J 1 J. 15. Ird-r September, opened
t BT4. closed trf.SU.
Live tU:Li: l'ollowiuz wore the price at
the lnlD Mock yards today: HiKis Market
moderately active oa racking' and shixmina
aocount. but leellnir ralher weak; prices 10c
lower; sales ramcivl at t2.Jua4.ai pits, U KA
t.3j mixed, and HM)o.Zh beavy packiae and
Cattle Market fairly activo on local and
tbipimis account, but feeling rather-weak,
owing 16 liberal olTerins-: prices iaclkied la
laurui uuifrs. espi-ciaur on cne common
grades; quot itiona ranged at o 7(f6jWirime
to fancy sLippinR steers. i.750r5 j goud to
tboicc do.. S1.iw.2l.35 couuuun to fair Jp.,
t;t.7'iM.W buu'bers' tteera, t2.U!t3.M stock
rrs. tijit:i'J Texans, fO.OUi.iis rangers.
.J.iUiel.;iO tec leis. tl.6it43.ai) cows, $1JO3.UO
bulls and J2.Vit.VlH veal calves.
Sheep Market fairly active and pries un
changed; iiuotations ranged at td.aa4.6il
reslerus, ii.jOii.(W natives, and. $3.7&5.i0
Produce: Hutter Fancy separator, ZTOXSc
per lb; dairies, fancy fresh, lUiAiSc; Backlog
tocks, fresh. UWHe. Eggs iss oft, lSJo
per doz.. Live poultry Old chickens, lOo per
lb; spring, 10c; roosters, &i4r; tnrkeya, mixed,
Wc; ducks, lie; spring, 10c Potatoes &u
Louis, early Ohio, Sli&Us per bo; Kansas, 85
&40c; home grown 6u0o per sack; Minne
sota. 37&42c per buj sweet potatoes, Balti
more, 4 wa.4.M per bbl; Jerseys, HJtt&b.Oa.
Apples Green cooking, iUS&XM' per bbh
New York, Pept. 3.
Wheat No. 8 red winter cash, $LW; Sep
tember, SUY,; October, fLDOJi; December.
lU5i. Corn No. 8 mixed oash, 78c; do Sep
tember, ?05ic; do October,- Jie; so Decem
tter.Kc Octa Dull but steady; No. 2 mixed
saah, jc Kye Dull but., steady. Barley
Nominal. Pork Jniet; sew mess. $LSoi
M Lard-Quiet; October, 7.Wj DeceuiWr.
Uvs Stock: CatUa Market Irm, BBt no
tradiax to ecrea; dressed beat, timn satire
tides. :H-r. per lb. Hhaefi astd Laajfls
Ibeeaia MuhtsuHr 1 trli i nrssst . Isaacs
at fair damsBd fac sllmUha a MhaMJ
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