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sland Daily Arg us.
ROCK ISLAND, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER IS, 1891.
Single Copies S Cents
Per Week ISM Cenda,
We 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 Clothin
THE LOWEST PRICES YET NAMED FOR EQUAL VALUES.
Never have better goods been shown.
Never have greater varieties been Shown.
Never hate prices been so low.
Every department full of new novelties.
Rich in quality, all the leading styles, plenty of them
THERE IS NO ROOM FOR IMPROVEMENT IN OUR MEN'S DEPARTMENT.
There is no Boom for Iirowent in Onr Boys anfl Minn's Department.
Children's 3-Piece Suits
Children's Double-Breasted Suits
Children's Nobby Kilt Suits
Children's Fine Qvermatg
Silver ore of rich quality has bean die-
covered ac Newton, Coon.
James Holly, an old resident of Lee
county. Mis., died at Palmyra. He was 85
years of age.
The First National bank of Lead, p. D.,
capital J59.000, has beeu authorized to be
Thomas Glowp has laid claim, under a
United States patent, t.i a larga portion
of Maukato, Miun.
-Her. Mr. Spurgeon, who had been pro
gressing favorably, has had a relapse, and
is again in a precarious coudition.
John Turton, a well-kuown naval stores
operator, has left Savannah, Ga.. with
8,500 of the Southern bank's money.
General Ualmaceda is now said to Lava
arri-ed at Mendoza, in the Argentine Be-
rubiic. which he reached bv crossing tht
President Harrison has appointed Sen
ator Francis Hendricks collector of the
port of New York, to succeed J. Sloat
Three, hundred and seventy-two dele
gates to tin? Massachusetts state conven
tion were for Blaine, forty-seven for Har
rison, and the other MO didn't talk.
Captain .Vuliius, of the Chicago fir
insurance patrol, was killed by inhaling
muriatic acid fumes at a fire, and five
other tirenien were very seriously injured
mi iue same uiauut'f.
Michael Tic-man, a private watchman.
was found murdered in the Missouri
Pacific yards at Si. Louis. The deed it
supposed to have been committed by
tramps whom Tiernan had driven out of
A freight elevator in the Chamber of
Commerce building, Chicago, dropped
from the ninth story to the basement
with twenty women in it, and not one
was hurt, being saved by the cushions at
the bottom of the shaft.
Joseph P. Duffy, a Chicago postal clerk.
is under arrest for robbing the mails. He
was a law student at the Athenaeum, an,d
supported his mother and sisters, and his
stealings went to make both ends meet.
his salary only being $9.0.
An application -for a receiver for the
James Viek company, dealers in seeds, of
Kochester, . i., has been made. The
liabilities are said to be between $175,000
and frJW.Otf). James Vick will continue
the business on a smaller scale.
At the Farmers' Alliance headquarters
in Washington it is claimed that fifty-fire
members o the lower house of the next
congress will vote for all the measures of
the Alliance, and at least four in the senate.
The marriage of Miss Gertrude Potter
to F. Lee Rust, which was a clandestine
affair that took place June 6 last, both
parties being minors, has been annulled
by a Chicago court on the application of
the principals and their parents. Miss
Potter is the daughter of O. W. Potter, of
Illinois Mine Inspectors.
Springfield, Ills., Sept. 18. The board
of examiners to pass upon the compe
tency of candidates for state mine In
spectorships yesterday concluded an exaia
maiion of a class of fourteen. Ten passed.
The following were the highest: Walton
KutWe. Alton: Oninlan Clark. Braid-
wood: James Fieer. Peoria; Thomas Hud
son, Gaiva, and J. G. Massey.
Knrdfr at Peoria.
Peouia, His., Sept. 14 James Gatfaens
shot and fatally wounded Joseph N?u
Dima last night. The men had previous
ly quarreled in Neumann's saloon. Gath
ens was badly beaten and went home vow
ing vengeance. He returned with a shot
gun, and entering by the back door met
his victim. He pulled the trigger, nearly
blowing Neumann's bead off.
Nobby Hats, Nobby Ties, No End to Them.
Irili Politics in an American Campaign
New Yoke. Sept. 18. The leaders of
the new Irish National Federation held a
conference Lere last night to devise
means for organizing a new party and
map out a plan of action in the Dresi-
denti.-.l campaign of IS'JS.
Chicago, Sept. IT.
Following were the quotations on the board
of trade today: Wheal No. 2 September,
npened yfjc, closed fiVsc; December, opened
iTVjc closed Wsac: year, opened WL4C closed
fcWc. Corn No. 2 September, opened 60c,
closed 57e; October. opend fi4c, closed oilc;
year, opened and closed 43!-sc. Oats No. 2
September, opened -Tc. closed i7ic; Oc
tober, opened zT'-far, cUeJ ST.Mfcc; May, opened
31c. closed 31. Pork Oetober. opened
and closed Slt'-W December, opened $10.60,
c!oed ili.-?Vc; January, opened and closed
J12.sil. Lard October, opened So.oa, closed
Live stock Following were the prices at
the Union tock yards today: Hobs Market
only moderately active, and prices without
change; trains delayd by wreck on C, B. Sc Q.;
sales ranged at iirj.4.40 pigs. $4.&&VaO light,
J4.ta5Vt.iH ron;b p-ujkinsr, J4.tfi3.4j mixed,
and S4.a5riS.5j heavy packing and shipping
Cattle Market rather active: prices favor
ing buyers: quotation ranged ax JS.9U&6.33
prime to shtrpiu.; steers, Jt.6:)-i.S0 good to
fanoy do. t&vM.', common to fair do,
f 3.aj;4.il, butchers' su-ers. $i0J2.80 stock
era. fc.anij3.3.) Texaus. tl.HJ&l.M rangers,
$.U5AW feelers, il.5OS3.50 cows, $LJ&3.00
bulls, and pl.Hti-'t.i') veal calves.
Sheep Market fairly active and prices
rather steady; quotations ranged at J3.3G4&
4.40 western. 3.5.a4.60 natives, and 3.xSAX,
Produce: Butter Fancy separator, 25c per
lb; dairies, fancy, frtash.lsplc; packing stocks,
fresh, 12c Egs Loss off, 17c per doz. Lire
poultry Old chickens, 10c per lb: spring. HVc,
roosters. 5i?jJc; turkeys, mixed, lOe; duoka,
dac: spring, luAlOc Potatoes Home
grown, 83&56 per sack; Wisconsin and Michi
gan, fair to choice. 4(35 per bu: sweet pota
toes, Baltimore, t2.U vi2.H6 per bbU Jersey,
JU23.I. Apples Oreen cooking, 75o3.LU0
per bbl; eating, JLSS32.iU.
New York. Sept. IT.
Wheat No. 2 red rash, tl.OtVfc do Sep
tember, J1.0TH; do Octobsr, Jl.03: do De
cember, Jl.rTH- Corn No. 2 mixed cash
e73e; September, 64c; October, 61c Oats
Dull; No. 2 mixed cash. KH31Bc; Sep-
ember. SHc Kye DolL Barley Nominal
Pork Dull; mess, ilVtWJt.A Lard
Quiet; October, 17.1 Member. 17-24.
Live Stock: Cattle Market doll; no trading
In beeves: dressed beef, steady; native sides.
t-JW-jo per lb. gaetf an,d Lambs Trading
dull ana prices easier for lambs: sheep, (-l74
C5-J per 100 lbs; lambs, JS.UU&i.etJ. Hogs
Market steady; lire hogs, J5J.U3.00 per 100
What is more attractive than a nrettv
face with a fresh, bright comp'extaat For
h, use 1 ozzoru t Powder