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Rock Island Daily Argu
ROCK ISLAND, WEDNESDAT, SEPTEMBER 9, 1891.
Stogie Copies Cent.
Per Week ISM Centr.
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,
Last Saturday, Sept. 5th they inaugurated the grandest Fall open
ing Rock Island, Davenport or Moline has ever witnessed. They
will continue it each day and evening all of this week. Music
will be furnished, the establishment 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 larger 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
THE INTER-STATE RIFLE-SHOOT.
tritconsin's Carries Oft the Honor of tka.
SPMNGFIELD, 111., Sept 9. The firs
A y of the interstate shoot of the Military
Hide association was inaugurated by the
p.-eliminary firing of the teams of Illi
nois, Iowa, sconsin and Minnesota at
known distances, ten shots being fired by
e-ich member at 300, 300, 300 and COO yards.
The highest score was ruale by. the Wis
onsin team, which rolled np l.COl points,
while the aggregates of the other teams
were: Hanoi", 1,58:1; Aliunesota, 1,568;
Iowa, 1,525. The highest individual scores
were made by Captain R. H. Aiken, cap
tain of the Illinois team; Lieutenaut W.
W. Warren, of -the Wisconsin team, and
Private O. E. Olescn, of the Minnesota
team, each scoring 171 points.
A family of six prisons committed sui
cide ia Paris.
Colonel T. B. Hunt, United States army,
retired, died at Fortress Monroe.
E. II. Jones, retail clothing dealer at
Keokuk. ha failed. Liabilities, (10,000;
The New Orleans levee line is to be re
established 2JO leal iathore lroni Its pres
The bronze equestrian statue of General
Grant, in Lincoln park, Chicago, wi.I b
unveiled on Oct. 7. v
The annual council of the Order of Red
Men is in session at Cleveland, with 145
members present. ;
The TanUh government has removed its
prohibition on the importation of inspect
ed Am erican pork.
Lord Salisbury says Russia has no rights
in the Dardanelles that are not possessed
by the otner powers.
It is stated that an English syndicate
has obtained an option upon nearly every
type foundry in the United States.
The legal advisers of Timothy Hopkins
have served notice of his intention to con
test the will of Mrs. Hopkins Searles.
Three hundred delegates are present at
the annual meeting at St. Paul of the
Roadmasters' Association of America.
Major A. M. Bundy, editor of the New
York Mail and Express, Is lying seriously1
LI at Paris, suffering with a stroke of
Mm. J. W. MorriL of Austin, Ills., tried
to commit suicide by jumping into the
lake at the foot of Congress street, Chi
cago. She was rescued.
At the bicycle races at Charter Oak
park, Hartford, A. A. Zimmerman, of tne
X. Y. A. C, beat the world's record of '
SO 4 -5 seconds for mile, doing the dis-
tance in 3Ufi seconds.
Ella Armstrong and Mrs. Covert are to.
the hands of the law at. Holly, Mich.,
charged with poisoning toe well of a fam
ily named Wade by -pouring a bottle of
arsen 1c into it. Ella had been living with,
the Wades as an adopted daughter.
During a quarrel in a San Francisco
restaurant a switchman named James
Dwyer was shot and probably fatally
wounded by Policeman Cornelius Kelly.;
Kelly was badly beaten with a beer glass
by Dwyer, and Samuel Mott was injured
by the policeman's club.
Believes in Briggs' Doctrine.
Rochester, X. Y., Sept. 9. At tha
meeting of the Allegheny presbytery, held
at Leets-la'.e, Pa., yesterday, a committee
was appointed to investigate the Rev.
Mr. B:usman's loyalty to the doctrines of
the Presbyterian church. The committee
will liegia the investigation next week.
Rev. Bau'tnan is an earnest supporter of
"the Dr. Brissrs doctrine "
Been Mealing Government Honey.
Birmingham, Ala., Sept. 9 W. H.
Davidson, postmaster of Haleyville, Ala., "
was arrested here yesterday by Postoffice
Inspector Peer on a charge of embezzling
government money Davidson ran tit
congress last year in the Sixth district oa
tbe Independent ticket. He is the editor
of The Haleyville View.
Chicago. Sept. 8.
Following were the quotations on the board
of traie today: Wheat No. 2 September,
opened 94c, closed !tfc; December, opened
Wc. cloned imgc; year, opened Sic closed
MJc Corn No. 2 September, opened 67He,
closed 6Mc; Octoter, opened and closed
5e.c; December, opened sbHe, closed 4$e -
Oats No. 2 (September, opened 2Vc closed
29c; October, opened and closed c: May,
opened and closed bUcc Pork October,
opened gU.12V. closed lu.57Vt: Decem
ber, opened ill 45. closel ZU.STht. January,
opened $lXti3, closed 13.071. Lard October,
opened 7.U.'H. closed
Livestock: Following were tue prices at
the Union Stock yards today: Hogs Market
active on packing and skipping account,-.
but feeling rather weak; prices &210o
lower; sales ranged at it:kM.Zi pigs, 14.70
O-VM light. 4.6x4.W rough packing. S4J0O'
5.45 mixed, and 4.85r25.45 heavy packing and
shipping lots. -
Cattle Market rather active on local and
shipping account and prices fairly well sup
ported on the better grades; quotations ranged
at f-i.7otiJu prime to faury shipping steers,
4.75&o.ti) gjod to choice uo.. $4.n4. coal
men to fair do t3.7"r."j.t.v bu'ebtrs' steers,
tiMi&SM stocker, S.'-"S'i3 40 Teian. 21.00
4.i rancers. ta.'i3.il rreders, tl.6n3.i0
cows, gl-oiri S.0U l.'Uiia an! JiWijAuu veal
Sheep Market fairly active and pric s easy,
and 5&Uc lower, quotations raagl at tSt
4-t0 westerns, 3.5U&.1.UJ natives, and i-i.74i.--.60
Produce: Batter Fancy separator. 215123s5
per lb; dairies, fancy trsh, M.jltic; packiag
Ftocks, fresh, lL&lllge. Egis Lss off. lttc
per doz. Live poultry OM thickens, 10c per
lb; spring, lUk-; roosters, 6'"; tuikeys mixed,
l'tc; ducks. c; spring, 1U.-. i"otate fct.
Louis, early Ohio, J7..4ic per bu; Kanas, 35
iiVJc; home grown Striatic pr sack;-Minnesota
-"17342c per bu; sweet potato, Haiti
more. $S.l53.50 per bid: Jerse;s, t.vfci5.U)
Apples Green couking, tLXj,Li per bbl;
KewYobk. Sept. 8.
Wheat Xo. 2 re 1 winter cash. tl.WS; Sep-
tember, tLlf.ji; October, l.(Hs; December.
H.iMi. Corn No. 2 mixed cash, 7c; do Oc
tober. esJie; (do December, te4c Oats
Dull but steady; No. 2 mixed cash, 35c; Sep
tember, ase: October, 35iir-; November, Jc. Rye
Dud but steady. Barley Nominal. Pork
Dull; tew mens. $lLau41i.. Lard Quiet; -September,
fiMi Deueuiber. (7.9).
Live Stock: Cattib Market weak, and no
trading in beeves; dressed beef, steady; native
idea, 7(2 Wic. per lb. . Sheep and Lambs
Market dull and weak at a decline of Vo per
lb; she p. H-OOSAXtt per 10J U; lamba, t-V0o
9JS. Hoga Market steady; live hogs, $40
eOper 1U) lbs.
Peach ice cream msde from fresh ripe
peaches st Erell & Math's.