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ogk Island Daily Arots.
ROCK ISLAND, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1891.
Mngle Copies S Cm.
Per Week Cents.
The London Clothing Co. are now ready after four weeks' un
ceasing labor otunpacking, marking and arranging their stupen
dous line of
all and Winter Clothing,
Gents' Furnishing' Goods,
Hats and Caps.
Saturday, Sept. 5th they will 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
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-ass." .&sa fesi JLa
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 tc 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.
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING A SPECIALTY
Frank Daafotth was Imaged at AuJ
The railway commission of Florida lu
F. B. Wallace & Co.. a New York bro
kerage firm, has failed.
Andrew Faggont, an old resident ot
Eldora, la., is dead, aged HO.
Eight hundred miners at Braeeville,
111., have tr ick for a weekly pay day.
An unsuccessful attempt was made to
rob tke orerland express near Modesto,
A 5 conscience contribution from Bloom
ington. Ilia., has been received at Wash
ington. The failure of the late Turkish ministry
to suppress brigandage is said to be the
cause of its downfall.
The treasury department yesterday pur
chased 87S.0 ounces of silver at from
iO.&iZ to 0.Sij per ounce.
A ticket headed by J. W. Bcuce for gov
ernor was nominated -at Albany by tue
New York Prohibitionists.
Fonr different mouutau eaks in Idaho'
are from thirteen to twe-ify tti; -o fojt
lower than they were fifteen years ago.
Japan is rapidly becoming civilized
There are now 2,UO0 newspapers where
there was but. oue twenty-five years ago.
There is a Chinese poet in San Francisco
who is hard at work with a translation of
Milton's "Paradise Lost" into his lan
New York physicians say that the el
alleged discovery at Berlin of the virtues'
of water as an anaesthetic is a inedital
O. O. Lvon. assistant rrhiclpal of the!
Englevrood, IBs., bigk tnftovr. was kihed
by a train on the Chicago uud Western In
The president and Senator Squires, of
Washington, bad an interview 3t Cpo
May Point yeaterday, pbssibly aboat that
The Condell and Imoeriale, the two Tea
sels of the Baaxiaceda governinAl, beva
surreudered to the congressicnalists. Gen
eral Balmaceda was ot on board .either
A Roman newspaper says the College of
Cardinals has been sounded en the possi
bility of electing a non-Italian pope. A
large majority of that body was found to
favor an Italian.
The pastor of the Methodist church, in
Moravia,. Kan., preaches the' sermon aad
then makes the congregation -engage in
the exhilarating pastime ot guessing at
the text. " .
Stolen Jewels Recovered.
Mcncie. Ind.. Sept. 5. A year ago the
residence of K. B. Phillips, president of
the l iret Natioual bank at Newcastle,
was robbed of two rery fine diamonds,
some jewelry and money. Mac Meredith
was given a four-year sentenoe in tha
southern priaon for the job, but wenld net
reveal the whereabouts of the valuables.
Recently be became penitent and wrote a
letter to Mr. Phillips telling him tha
diamonds, valued at tHO, were in posses
sion of Kate Phinney, a notorious charac
ter in Muneie. The .letter was seat to
Marshal Miller, vi ho fouxid the stones and
returned them. Meredith fin plicated two
other Newcastle men named Doolan and
Sullivan, who are at large.
Is Cheeky as Well as Tough.
Chattatcoooa, Sept. 5 Bud Gosset, at
one time a pretty tough citizen, has en
tered suit in the circuit court against his
father-in-law, Judce Dob'os of the connty
court, claiming damage of t,tnX. Some
time since DoLbs defended his daughter
from the abuse of Go-tt, who, uttering
threat", started for the old man. Dobbs
fired a double-barreled gun at 5ofset, put
ting out bis eyes, hence the suit.
Chicago, Sept. 4.
Following were the quntatiraia on the board
of tra-'e today: Wheat -No. 2 September
opened 9Jic. rinsed Wo; Decern ber, opened
and closea fl ul; jeu. opened tTc, closed
9;Hc. Cora No. z hepteinber. opened BHc,
closed (ie'-ic; October, 'peued 5PHc closed
Ht-tcx lecember. opened 49Vc, closed 4Sc '
Oats No. 3 bejfcmber. opened 9Hu, cloned
2Ssc: Otoher,. oined iIhI ic; May.
oieiied 33V$e. closed 34i". Pork October,
opened $W.TiJ. closed $10.90; December,
opened fil UO. e!oed January, opened
and cift.ed H-iSO. Lard October, opened
J6 aiH. cloed i'.t'yi.
Livei-ttxk: Koiiowinp were the rrices a(
the I'ninn Mock yards today: Hoes Market
muiierafctly a-.ie ou local and snipping
aofoirr. prl the f.:rl'nz d-cicify trofc
er, prices were advan-ed Whr; tJ ra.rtl
at iri SJiSA.ii vii-'S lirbt. (4..U
roiiEh packkii;. it.t-xii.5u mixed, and t-W
5.4-1 heavy packiu aud sliipping lots.
t attle Market fairiy active on 1'xal and
shippmc ecioiait. pirces fairly well np
IH:le4; quotations raumd at t' iQflJU prime
to f ancy stiiping otters. H.'.hTH.ij (tood to
choice do.. S-l.i" 4.(i common to fnir do.,
t3.Tia4.iu butchers' teer. tJ.WXJ'MO ttock
crh. $;.)33.W Texaas. t3.(W4.t raoEers,
i3.'ifc3.jo Ur&tT. Si.Soji3.Ti. cows, ih'Jr$3M
ha'.U ao-t r-.S 3.V'l vesl rnlves.
She-p-Mariet fairiy active and prio n un
changed; 5U'.tii.,n ra 'ied at t3.5a4.50
ww.trus, i.Var.0J kalivea, aud t).;.j5.60
1'rJiuce: Bu'ter Fancy separator, S3Mc
per lb: dairies fancy fresh. 10tUc; packiLg
fctocks. f reeh. lliril'e. Kg Loss ett. Wj
Iierdoi. Live poultry Old chickens, 10c per
lb; spring. 10c; roosters, 4c; turkeys, mixed.
Ilk-; ducks. 1-; tpr.Dg, 10c Potatoes St.
Louis, early OLIo. SlK'x. per bu; Raaru, 85
!c; home grown 3trac per sat-k; Minne
sota iT43c per bu; xweet potatoes, Balti
more. (rc.Hi per bbi: Jerseys, t4.B(aJ.OO
Apples -Green cookitir. tl.iil.iJ per bol;
New York. Sept. 4.
Wheat No. 2 rel winter cash. Sl.ie'i: Scp
teiuuer, fl.Wifi; tAlouer, (l.u;; Iecember,
tl.loi. Corn No. 2 niixv-d cash, Tttc; do Sep
tember, Tie; do October, tatqc: do Decem
ber, 6 c. Onto Fairly active aud steady: No.
mixed cash, 33c; beptember and October, 38c.
Kye JJull but steaay. Barley Noaalcal.
lJork tjuiet; new njt-sti. ill.SOil2J. Lard
-Quiet: Octi)br, 7.SSS; iJeweatner. ri.47.
Live Stock: Cattle-Market cp3M lower,
and elose as a derliueof Wij-ljr fruxn Wednes
day's ruling .rices: T-x aad OnF.rado steers,
i.:'a,t.lfs poorest to bert native do,
6. oxen and stags, a&4.M; talis and dry.
caws, $a!.2tjai.7. -r -' ' mnii
active ant amarket arm for shimp, wftV aam
stead-; shee. H.OKijti par UV lot; aWtba,
ISJnSZ. Hofa-Urkt steal y, fair ta
prima corn-fed, par nX) lba. .
T ott glow ot Ue (w m b u.
omirad by UcUm who ua Pouooi'a Ckm
tluioa Fowter. .