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Rock Island Daily Argue
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1 Far Week IS Cents.
ROCK ISLAND. SATUttDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1891.
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 have prices been so low.
Every department full of new novelties.
Rich in quality, all the leading styles, plenty of them
. Prairie fires are raging In North Dakota
and in Wisconsin.
Boston celebrated its two hundred and
' sity-second birthday Thursday.
Agents of the French government ara
said to be buying grain ot Italian farmers.
The Italian government has recognised
the junta as the established government
of Chili. .
General W. S. Roseeraus has been
elected president of tUe army of the Cum
William H. llemiuinghouse committed
suicide by hanging at St. PauL His
mother resides in Peoria.
Senator Sherman was robbed of his
overcoat at Columbus where he went to
make a speech at the Ohio state fair.
The Federated Trades Council of Mil
waukee has adopted resolutions in favor
of keeping the World's fair open Sun
Tbe president has issued the proclama
tion opening to settlement the lands in
eastern Oklahoma recently ceded to the
government by the Indians.
General Isaac Quinby died at Roch
ester, X. V. lie was u classmate of Gen
eral Grant at West I'oiut, and served
with distinction in the army during the
James E. Ostrander, treasurer of the
Ulster County Savings institution, at!
Kingston, X. Y., is a defaulter to the
amouut of eeonw or imxm. It is believed
tile shortage will be made Rood.
Charles Delniouico, of Xew York, has
received as a present from Cuba a box of
twenty-five cigars which are worth $1.80
apiece. They cost over tl apiece to make
Judge Dubose has overruled the motion
for a new trial at Memphis, Tenn., in tba
case of Colonel H. Clay King, convicted
of the murder of David H. Poston, March
10, and sentenced him to be hanged Nov. &.
The British minister at Washington
makes complaint to our governmen that
the North American Commercial com
pany is exceeding the catch of seals pro
vided in the treaty between Great Britain
and this country.
Miss Ida Hewitt, daughter of Charles
H. Hewitt, a principal ow ner of the Cairo
Short line, is regularly employed as an
engineer on that road. She is 24 years
old and a blonde. The Cairo Short line
is a West Virginia road
Russia is competing successfully with
the United States in supplying India with
Kerosene oil, the Russian imports of oil
into India for the last three months of
li&l, being 1.3JT,000 gallons in excess of
those of the United States.
Mary Armstrong of Lexington. Kv..
was married to Patrick Sullivan, who had
just been pardoned out of the peniten
tiary for the murder, of Miss Armstrong's
brother in 1SS9. Sullivan's sentence waev
for nineteen years, but the girl helped to'
secure his release.
The temperature in Dakota. Minnesota-'
Wisconsin, Michigan, northern IUino.a
and northeastern Iowa during Sept. 18,'
ii ana is was trie nignestever recorded by
the weather bureau at Washington Xor:
the season. It has been of vast benefit to
corn and probably pnt eight-tenth of it1
out ot danger from frost.
Tried to Murder a Man In Bed.
BERLIN'. Sent. 19. The brother of th
divorced wife of Professor Pr m nor insti
gated by his sister, Thursday night at-
lempieu 10 uiuruer ine protessor. Ine
latter was in bed when the man entered
his room and fired UDon him befnra he-
could arise. P.-ofessor Brazer was
wounded in the cheek. The would-be
murderer escaned. and Frau Prater hiu
THERE U WQ ROOM FOR IMPROVEMENT IN OUR MEN'S DEPARTMENT.
There is no Boom for Iirovemt in Our Boys1 anfl iMren's DepartmRnT
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.
Chicago, Sept. 18.
Following were the quotations on the board
of trade today: Wheat No. 2 September,
opened H"rc. clised KWc; December, .opened
Uc. closed SICHc; year, opened 85c, closed
9.5Vgc. Corn No. 2 September, opened flUc.
closed 5o4c; October, opened .Vc, closed Kic;
year, opened 43-jC closed 4c. Oats No. 3
September, opened and closed JiTc: Oc
tober, opened and closed 24c; May, opened
31 1.40. closed 3isc. Pork October, opened
(lUJiTH, closud Siujji; IJecember. opened 110.55,
closed SlO.Wtj; January, opened J12.7714,
closed $12.KiH.. Lard October, opened 0.b2)4.
Live stock Followiait were the prices at
the Cnion Stuck yards today: Hoes Market
rather active on parking and shipping account
and prices without tnat'-rial change; best
heavy lots rather tinn anl 5c higher; other
grades weak and loner; sales ranged at
t4.3n;.31 liht. f4.&V'j4.t) rough packing,
$4.S'33.4o mixed, and 4.UGj.tj0 heavy pack- -
ing and shipping lots.
Cattle Market rather active: prices favor-
leg buyers: quotations raneed at $i-9u.15
prime to shipping steers, t4.6uad.90 good to
fancy do, J.jUt4.40, common to fair do,
3.3.4.til. butchers' steers, 2.00t SU stack
ers, $-'.a&.1.J Texan. f3.9US4.8u rangers.
$3.)3.40 feeders. tl.5033.W cows, $L5U43.00
bulls, and i.5t,- i veal calve.
Pheep Market fairly active and prices
rather steady: qiiwtatiuns ranged at ffl.
4.40 western, $3.5.1-4.611 native, and 13.Su&&2a
lambs. j -
Produce Butter Fancy aenarator. Son ur
lb; dairies, fancy, fresh. l&3Uc: Dackina stocks.
fresh. 13c Eggs Loss off, 17c per dos. Lira
poultry Old chickens, 10c per lb; spring. 11 Ho
roosters, oic; turkeys, mixed. Wo: daaka.
a9Hr. spring, ia10Hc Potatoes-Home
grown, io5 p.ir sack: Wisconsin and Michi
gan, fair to choice, 2$3t per bu; sweet pota
tMa, Baltimore. tS.OJSi!t. per bbh JerMyat
f&i&S&Su. Api les irem cooking, THafcLOB
per bbl; eating, JlJtaiuu. . .
. Ktw Tork.
' New York. Sept. 18. ,
Wheat No. S red rash. 1j06; do Oo
tober, tl.OSH: do November. 11.0 do De
cember. ILovK- Corn No. 2 mixed cash,
88c; October, 61fc November, OaU
Dull bat steady; No. 2 mixed cash, 33c;
October, S3H Rye DulL Barley Nominal.
Pork Dull; mess, $12.0u&12.50. Lard '
Qniet; October, 17.19; Deoember, $7.27.
Live Stock: Cattle Market extremely slow i
and weak at a decline of litlSa per 100 lbs;
poorest to best native steers, 93.75Y: per 100
lbs; Texans attd Colorades. $2.;624.80; bulla
and dry cows, tSJUfclW. Sheep and Lambs
Market very dull and very little doing; .
lambs easier: sheep, ti.0nS4.75 per UX lbai
Umbe, $S.O0ea.s, Hogs Mark steady, live
hogs, 5.10a.0 per KM lbs.
What lg more attractive t'nn a nn.
face with t resb, bright comp exiont fot
is use I'ozzoni'g rowaer. -
Try one of those sung full of olid oom
fort told only by the American C'othinz
company. . ... .'. -.. s '