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,0X11 SO. 277
ROCK ISLAND, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1891.
I Single Copies 5 Cents.
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ALL . IRHtDY
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, thev
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.
CHILDEEN S CLOTHING A SPECIALTY
A Depress said to be lO'i years old died
recently at Atlanta. Ga.
Two convicts escaped from the Michigan
penitentiary at Marquette.
A convention of cemetery superinten
dents is being held iu Chicago. ,
William T. Jordan, a "mind reader,"
was robbed, of f 100 at Springfield, O.
Jules Gravy, ex-president of the French
republic, died in Paris yesterday. He was
IS years of age.
Louisiana lumber firms have sold 500.
000,000 feet of pine lumber to the German
Judge Cooley has tendered his resigna
tion as a member of the inter-state com
Donald Murray Murphy, a 6 year-old
Xew Brunswick, inventor, has just se
cured a patent ou a new toy.
Henry A. Witte attempted to clean out
a saloon at Newark. V J., and afterm-m-ii
cut bis throat to avoid arrest. '
Major J. M. Bundy. the New York
editor who was Rtrirkpn with annnlpTr-
at Paris, died Tuesday night.
The rumor is again current that Jay
Gould will retire from business aud per
mit his sons to watch nU interests.
The Itata is to be returned to the
Chilians upon the payment of the ex
penses of this government in her Dursuit
Edwin Mitchell ami William V.l.nn
colored stable boys at the Sheepshead Bay
track, quarreled, and Mitchell sK- Nel.
8 3U dead. I
Louis Lauer. the Germ
the murder of the Bushenhagen couple at
Bloom Held. Conn
hanging himself in his cell.
.Mrs. Leland Stanford liaa H
perty valued at 8100,000 to the benefit of
the Society for the Kelief nf nmhan ..i
Destitute children at Albany.
A test of the new high explosive called
terrorite was made at Fort Hamilton, New
lont naruor. it was found to have four
times the force of drnamirn anil iGmnt..
The national World's fair
has adjourned at Chicago. One of its last
ncis was 10 appoint a committee to urge
on congress the loan of (5,000,000 to the
HenrV A. CllHstio nf Phinon irlin n-itl.'
E. E. Wise, is charged with robbing the
Hutchinson and Southern nilnsnf nvi
000, denies in detail the charges, and say's
it is a scheme of blackmail. ,
Three irirls about 12 run nlH hlH nr."
another girl of the same age at Fall River, '
Mass.. and robbed her of her nnflrAfhsinkr
The money was recovered later, but the'
young -nignway women" got away. j
"Lord Bute." the hi C7C(.f. finer in trtn
world, a St. Bernard, has just reached
-ew xorK, naving been purchased iu
England for f3.7nO We i an im-hu Mh
at the shoulder and weighs 247 pounds.
Embezzling Faying Teller.
Philadelphia. Sept. 10. Oliver C. Wil
son, Jr., paying teller of the Produce Na
tional bauk of this city, has been arrested
charged with embezzling $3,50) of the!
bank's funds. Those who know the young
man intimately are of the unanimous
opinion that it is a case of a good-hearted '
yoang fellow gone wrong through reck
less generosity and thoughtlessness. ,
Fitzgerald Will Get Well.
LlNXOLX, Neb., Sept. 10 The sensa
tional dispatches sent out from Lincoln to
thi effect that President Fitzgerald, of the
Irish National league, is dangerously ill,
are false. Although Mr. Fitzeerald haa
been quite ill. there has not at anv time
been cause for alarm.
Alienor Tip Hit Becord
ISDEFEXDESCE. Ia.. Sent. 10. Allerton
attempted to leat his record yesterday.
but onlv succeeded in tieincr if n.
quarter was covered in 0:32.. and the half
was reached in 1:05)4, the three-quarters
in 1:3S, and the mile in 'i:10. He broke
about six lengths from the wire.
' ; ItlE MARKETS.
Chicago. Sept. 9. '
Following were the onotatinn rn th ),
of trade today: Wheat No. 2 SeDtemher
ntwr,.M v-Vi r-lni'il gi&:. T k.. Y i
. - . in ... i , uuou
STWc. closed fMi... iear. onened tt.iv rlrua
Bl4c Corn No. i septeinber. opeaed OiAlc.
closed t3--; Oc toiler, opened 5c, closed
5W4C: year, opened 4."c. closed yc. Oats
No. 2 8epterulier, opened iSJc, closed 28J4c:
October, opened 24e, closed ac; May,
opened 3c, closed X."Vc. PorkOctober,
opened J 10.55, closed 8W.57H: Decem
ber opened and closed fcll).87H: January,
opened il3.07, closed J13.12,i. Lard October,
opened closed t'i.st.'H.
Lixn stock: Following were the .nHrea
the I Tfron btock ysrd-i today: Hogs Market
mojrately active on packing and shipping
accOTut. beht grades steady early, but com
mon lots easy and ."c lower, but later ruled
weaker at Pc decline for all grades; sates
ranged at lVt.3 pigs, t&Io-M ligbt,
U.tfr. Oil rniiirti rmL-ittu. IlK'ti; i
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and f4.SUio.4j heavy packing aud shipping
Cattle Market rather slow and weak. -ritti
prices of common qualities favoring buver .
quotations runted at $.r.;.".ui.-jj prime to fancy
sliipi ius steers. J4.,5i-i.ii j u d to choice do...
fc4.ii-i,.i. common U fair do., ij.7ia4.4o -J
butchers' alter-. -.HAf.3.Ul f.rick-Ts.
3.30 Texans. ',4.U rant'ers. J3j0uGL3.jo
- - ' -vv.W VHUS,
aai t2.-i0i5.u) veal calves.
Mieep 31.iri.et fairly ;t.ve and rcH eaer,
ATld 5t tUC lower: (itltilMtiottis ran ut- 5 k
r - - v ulrit
westerns. 6:i.iiu..!W natives, and t-J.TojiiW
1'rodui.e: Butter-Faucy separator. 2i?t23Un
per lb; dairies, fancy fresh, lttilSc; packing
Mocks, fresh, llillijc. Eggs Loss off, 18Hc
perdoz. Live poultry Old chickens, 10c per
lb: sprine. Wc: roosters, o; turkeys, mixed,
10c; ducks. c: sprinif. loj. Potatoes sit.
Louis, early Ohio, oT'Tfck; lier bu; vansaa, 35
&40c; home grown iUjtOJc iwr sack; Minne
sota. 7ij.t2c (er bu: sweet potatoes, balti.
more, t3.iATa3.iO per bbl: Jerseys. t4.50fi5.UO
Apples Green cooking-, tL3iLSJ per bbl
NewYobk. Sept. .
Wheat No. 2 red winter cash. .U2ri: Oc-
(nhr SI III- Vih-otyi . 1 i .ia . T i ' 1
. , . - - - . vivi'uiurr,
tL0it. Corn No. 2 mixed cash, 7c; do Oc
' tober. 67Mic: - do November, eoc. Oats
Dull and weak: No. 2 mixed cash, 35o; Sep
tember, 3.ic: October, adc. Eye DuiL Bai-- "
I Live Stock: Cattle Trading slow at a re
duction of 10c per iUO lbs; poorest to best na
tive steers, $3.iOjS.75 per luu lbs; Texans and
J Colorado, &00fe5.15; bulla and dry cows, 1A
i C2.U). Sheep and Lambs Market rlnll
sheep and common lambs, bnt firm for choice
offerings; zheep. 13.5uaA.oO per loo lba; bunhs,
$6.UUjS4UH. Hogs Nominally steady: live
bogs. t4.Sxxag.00 per UX) ibe.
I Music all week tt the London.
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