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ROCK ISLAND, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1891.
J Single Copies 5 Cent
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Point With Pride
To our immense line of Fall Overcoats.
To our immense line of Men's Dress Suits.
To our immense line of Men's Business Suits.
To our immense line of Boys' and Children's Clothing
THE LOWEST PRICES YET NAMED FOR EQUAL VALUES.
Never have better goods been shown.
Never have greater varieties been Shown.
Never have prices been so low.
Every department full of new novelties.
Rich in quality, all the leading styles, plenty of them
mm IS NO ROOM FOR IMPROVEMENT IN OUR MEN'S DEPARTMENT.
There is no Boom for Iirct in Our Boys' and Children's Department.
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Children's 3-Piece Suits
Children's Double-Breasted Suits '
Children's Nobby Kilt Suits
Children's Fine Overcoats
Nobby Hats, Nobby Ties, No End to Them,
John D. Rockefeller is seriously 111 at
Cleveland with nervous prostration.
Fire at Quebec destroyed twenty-nine
bouses and rendered 2J0 persons homeless.
A fire atMenasba Wis., destroyed $85,000
In property, and will throw TOO men ont
News has reached Madrid that 2,000
people have perished iu the floods in the
province of Toledo alone.
GovernorCampIiell, of Ohio, is not mak
ing rapid progress toward health. He
still appears a very sick ni.in.
Mrs. Teresa Fair, the divorced wife of
the California millionaire, is dead. She
leaves a fortune of about $0,000,000.
R. X. Murry, one of the early settlers of
Chicago and county judge of Dupaga
couuty lils., for several terms, is dead.
The contract for the superstructure of
the Bay City, Mich., public building has
been awarded to G. A. Moses, of Chicago.
Mrs. Mary Gotts has been held la 30O
bonds at Merrill, Mich., to answer to a
charge of having slandered Mrs. Cath
Two inhuman fiends set fire to the dress
of "Auntie" Tillie Hunter, an old colored
woman, in a Milwaukee saloon and she
was burned to death.
The officers of the steamshin Arizona
My that the ship with which they collided
on me recent trip across the Atlantic
probably did not sink.
Hon. George B. Ixiring, ex-minister to
Portugal, and a distinguished citizen of
Massachusetts, died at Salem veaterdav
He was 74 years old. -
The Illinois Central railroad is havinr
plans prepar-jd for a new nassenser sta
tion to be erected on the site of their prev
ent structure at Chicago.
Joseph England, a wealthy farmer near
Topeka, Kan., fell into his well and was
drowned, while drawing water with a
rope, tne pump being out of order.
It. is reported from Lincoln. Neb., that
John Fitzgerald, president of the Irish
national league, who is ill with concep
tion of the brain, will recover, but will
nave impaired mental faculties.
English capital to the extent of 83.000.-
030 has been invested in the Harney Peak
tin mines, of Rapid City, S. D., and the
company expects to have tin for sale in
les than a year.
Illn an engagement in east Africa be
tween the German corps under Captain
Zelewski and the natives 350 black allies
of the Germans were killed and Zelewski
himself and most of his officers are miss-
Henry A. Price. 5 year3 old. of Elkton.
Mil., was killed in his room as he was
dressing himself, a bullet having been
fired through his brain. His cousin, who
slept with him, Percy Carr, is the proba-
The police of San Francisco have not
found any one who witnessed the murder
of Officer Grant, and have only circum
stantial evidence against Curtis, the actor.
iNeitner do they know that the pistol be
longed to Curtis.
Hereafter every soldier on active service
in the British army will have a card at
tached to his clothing bearing his name.
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mus. ami regiment, xnis plan is to facil
itate identification in case of death on th
battle field. It has long been in votuie in
the German army.
Fire on a Mountain Top.
Chevexxe, Wyo.. Sept. 15. The old
frame block composing the .town of Sher
man, the summit of the Biack Hills
range of the Rockies, the highest point on
the Union Pacific road, and the location
of the Oakes Ames monument, was
burned Sunday evening. The loss will be
about $40,000. Most of the block has been
standing since 18$ The Union Pacific
station, containing the postoffice, was
Chicaoo, Sspt 14.
Following were the quotations on the board
of trade today: Wheat No. 2 September,
opened K$gc, closed Mr; December, opened
8c closed V!y. year, opened V3c closed
&4Lc. Corn No. ' 2 September, opened and
closed 62lc; Octolier, opened ojjjc, closed
5tHc; December, opened 45c. closed 45HC Oats
No. 2 September, opened 2Hc, closed SvJc:
October, opened 2Mc closed 27J4c; May,
opened 32c, closed 31ic. Pork October,
opened $10.55. closed (I0.&ft: Decem
ber opened J10.SO. closeJ JlO.&i; January,
opened and closed (13.00. Lard October,
opened and closed 7.00.
Livestock: following were the prices at
the Union Mock yanU today: Hogs Market
rather active on packing and shipping ac
count: feeiins weak: prices 5ft 10c lower; sales
ranced at 82.0054.25 piss, $4.50&5.25 light,
4.tt"2,t.w rough packing, S4.60a4.40 Tmixed.
and S4.95ii5.vO heavy packing and shipping
Cattle Market moderately active on local
and shipping account, but feeling weak and
prices Hal, lower, owirg to large offerings;
quotations ranged at $ .'i.Vj,8.10 prime to fancy
hipping steers, f4.HM3d.tM good to choice do..
tiMXSA-M common to fair do- 83.7S5L4.40
butchers' steers. S-'.(WJ,i.OO s toe ken, fiaj&
8.30 Texans. f2.U&4J rangers,- S3.0Ugt3.5U
feeders. $L6'i3..y coivs. fL50&&00 bulls,
and JiV-V.;l veal calves.
Sheep Market fairly active and pries
rather active; quotations ranged at $3 54.40
westerns, i3.5U&4.90 natives, and yi.T5S5.50 .
Produce: Batter Fancy separator, 23(223-3
per lb; dairies, fancy fresh, W418e; packtag
stocks, fresh, llUHc. Eggs Loss off, MHo
per dot Live poultry Old chickens, 10c per
lb; spring, 10c; roosters, 5Hc; turkeys, mixed,
10c; docks, Ac: spring. 10c Potatoes St.
Louis, early Ohio, 37342c per bu; Kansas, 85
t40c; home grown 5048Uc pew sack; Minne
sota, 6742c per bu; sweet potatoes, Balti
more, $3.G03.50 per bbl: Jerseys, f4.5O5.O0
Apples Green cooking, tL2rJL5J per bbl;
NewTobk, Sept. 14.
Wheat No. 2 red" winter cash, fl.rei,
&UB; October, fL03& December, fl.OVJi.
Corn Ko. 2 mixed cash, 7;Hr74c; do Sep
tember, 67c; do October. 3J4c Oats Dull
but steady; Ko. mixed cash, IM&ttc:
do September, 83c; do October, 'Mf.
Rye Dull, Barley Nominal. Pork Dull;
new mess fl2Ji&12.75. Lard-Quiet; October,
7.33; December. (7.45.
Live Stock: Cattle Market opened active
at an advance of lOe per lot) lbs. and clored
steady. Poorest to best native steers, 4I
6.T5 per 100 lbs: Texans and Colorado. (3.7'
4.50; bulls and dry cows, tL7lJL05. Sheep
and Lambs &hep steady; lamia slow at a
redaction of He per lb. Sheep, 15 0C&U0 per
100 lbs; lambs, (5.00&J.40. Hogs-Marka
steady, Uv bogs, f5.OOi2A.00 par 100 lbs.
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