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HOCK ISLAND, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. 1891
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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 LOfEST 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 H NO ROOM FOR IMPROVEMENT IN OUR MEN'S DEPARTMENT,
There is no Room for ImproYement in Our Boys' and CMtfs Department.
Children's 3-Piece Suits
Children's Double-Breasted Suits
Children's Nobby Kilt Suits
Five men were killed by acolllstoaeaj
lha Uaion Pacific, near Pocetello, Idaho. I
nnioQ state convention of . Ill i noil will!
j meet at Monmouth Oct. i
I Iowa's crop, bulletin, ivued Saturday, I
i estimates that T5 per ceot. of the corn ofj
; t jat state is secured from frost. . t )
j The British and German' en tots to to
j World's fair have arrived in Chicago and'
are inspecting the Jarkson park site. '.
I Tiro tramps robbed the house of Eutrena'
Bland, a stock raiser living near Sullivan.
Ills., of ftlo during the family's absence. '
Ex-Congressman Morrow, of California,!
has been appointed United State district!
fudge to succeed Judge Hoffman, who,
recently died. ;
Several settlements and missions in Ger-j
man East African territory are said to
bi in danger from an uprising of tbe
Wadigo tribe of natives.
The veterans of the United States regu
lar army met in annual convention her i
and elected officers. W. H. Hutt, of Phil-'
adeldhia, waschosen national commander.
Miss Nellie Haines, of Am dot. Ills..!
j aged 10, committed suicide by taking;
poison. A love affair is the supposed'
cause. A coroner's jury is investigating.
Ira Berry, grand secretary of the Masons1
of Maine, died at Portland Sunday, aged. .
W years. He was the first telegraph oper-j
ator and manager of the Boston, Mass.,!
General Joseph F. Knapp, president ct!
the Metropolitan Life Insurance company5
of New York, died on Monday last on
board the La Champngne, which arrived
in New York Suuday. j
Johu Tongrass was convicted of the'
murder of Albert Vanrifer, at Celina, 0'
two years ago, and sentenced to the panlf
tentiary for life. The boy has just re-;
turned to his home, uninjured. j
The forty-ninth annual conclave of the)
errand commandery Knights Templars of
Ohio will begin Tuesday in Cincinnati!
and continue three days. It is expected
this meeting will be the greatest event of
the kind that has occurred for many years.;
John Kinsella, of Jerseyville, Iils., was'
Saturday found guilty of the murder of
-Martin Maber, who was found dead Frl-:
day. Kinsella has fled. He and Maher"
had a dispute Thursday night, and be
struck Maher over the head with a club,';
j fracturiug his skull.
I An attempt to wreck tLe special train of
President Ciarfc, of the Mobile and Ohio'
I railroad, was made at Alto Pass, Ills. A
i freight train running ahead of the special
I ran into a pile of ties upon the track, suii-i
: posed to have been placed there by dis-i
j charged employes with a view of wrecking;
i-resiaent dark s train. !
A eon troll iii a interest in the Nebraska
Stock Yards lompany, located at Lin-:
coin have leen purchased by a syndicate'
of Boston capitalists represented by
Charles H. North, the late head of thf
North Packing and Provision company, f
of Boston. The transfer takes place im-j
mediately and active operations will begin:
Nov. 1. The purchase price is something',
over half a million. t
Determined to Kilt Himself!, j
Omaha, Sept. 2L A. S. Brockway, who
says Le lives at Wellsville, Kan., waej
found lying among the graves of Forrest'
I Lawn cemetery yesterday morning with!
! two gashes in his throat. He was taken!
to police station and there attempted to
butt his brains out against the cell door, j
WliUs the doctor was dressing the wound
Brock wav seized a pair of surgeon scis
sors and plunged the points into his
breast, lie was placed in a straight jacket,
and doctors say he will recover. No cause
for the ntteaipted suicide is given.
Fnoeral of Chicago's Fire Victims. j
Chicago, Sept, Two thousand per
sons crowded into the great St. Michael's
Catholic church yesterday afternoon to:
hear the solemn burial service over the'
remains of Goltleib Schalk, his wife and
four children, who were suffocated in
their home on Sedgwick street Friday
night. The assembly was indicative of
the deep bereavement which the whole'
community feels, and there were few dry,
eyes while the ceremony was being cele-
DroiciKd Henrlf anil Child. "
Siorx Falls, S. D., Sept. 2L Saturur-f
day afternoon workmen on the railroad'
saw a woman walk to the Great Northern' .
bridge, throw a boy b years old into the
river, hurl an IS months-old baby after,
him, and rluue into the water herself.
Boats reached the sceue and dragged the
Three ashore, but folate to save the mother
and babe. The woman is the wife of s
contractor named NeproicU, and bad be
came crazed on account of Ler husband's
Kit led by a UaM Mail. ;
Carson, Nev , Sept. 21. Ralph B. Stan
ley was killed at a base ball game hfre
yesterday by being struck on the neck by
a bail. He lell on bis knees, arose and
t tried to run, but pitched forward on his
i face and died in three minutes. . Stanley
! ha.l a birth mark on his neck where toe
ball struck, ad death was caused by the
suddenness of the blow.
Children's Fine Qvftrrnak
Nobby Hats, Nobby Ties, No End to Them.
Death or "tarry" Corcoran.
New Yobk, Sept. EL "Larry" Core-;
ran, the once famous pitcher of the Chi
cago base ball club, and for two seasons '
member of the New York club, died t kls
home in Newark, N. J.. Saturday nlabsJ
' of typhoid feveu. He was 96 Tear Old.'
Ha leaves a widow and two children.
Funeral of Major Baady. '
New Yobk. Sept. 2t The body of Major1
Jonas M. Bandy, late editor of The Mail
and Express, who died la Prls two weeks
ago, arrived on the steamer La Cham
pagne yesterday. The funeral took place
at the Madison Avenne lrMhrterlan.
Wcll-Kam Minister Dead.
. Nashville, Sept. .2L Dr. R. F. Bunt-,
ing, one of the best known Presbyterian
ministers in Tennessee, died Saturday
morning on the train from, Lebanon of
Term Ave Boa ad for Chicago.
ClSCIKKATI, Sept 1. Vera Ava, ac
companied by a detective who has charge
of her case, ieft here for Chicago last
night at 8:50 by the Monon rout.
- E. . Parmenter, attorney s lw.
Makes collections, loans money and will
attend to any legal businets intrusted to
urn. nice, poetomce block.. Bock Isl-