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Rock Island Badly Argus.--
I Single CoplM Cents
1 Per WMk IS Grail.
Wren's Reef rs
We Poini!! With Pride
E 1 1 n ROOM FOR
There is bo Bon for
Children's 3-Piece Suits
Children's Double-Breasted Suits
ROCK ISLAND, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1891.
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 Clotbi
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.
Rjeh in quality, all the leading styles, plenty of them
Impmrnt in Onr Boys and CMWs Department.
IN OUR MEN'S
Children's Nobby Kilt Suits
Children's Fine Overcoats
No End to
One Chicago Arm is said to have char
tered vessel room for 7UO.OU) bushel, of
com to Buffalo.
K.ibert Vinton Kennedy, once a mem
ber of the Illinois state senate, wan killed
on the Illinois Central tracks.
The Fifty-ecoud session of the Rock
liiver conference of the Methodist Episco
pal church w.;l be held in Joliet. i
Sir James Ferguson has been appointed
postmaster general of Great B.itaio to
succeed the late Henry Cecil It.iikes.
The death of "Larry" Corcoran, the onc '
famous base ball man, is denied by his
A hurricane which visited the town of
Consuegra, Spain, has added to the dam
age done by the flood. Many houses were1
blown down. . . ,
A monument is to be erected at. AtlintW
Highlands, X. J., to mark the spoil'
where Heinnck Hudson first landed on
Miss Hattie Belknan. aired 1 vartk
rescued two children from a burning
buildiosr at Ci fund Ci-twaincr Tll - r-
great risk of her own life.
About twenty Cbinanien sneaked across
the river at Detroit from Canada under,
the direct-mil rif whit. ,..,.
have been arrested and will be returned
odist Episcopal church, delivered a lecl
ure 10 me coiorea people of Boston, in
vhich he strongly urged a migration of
lis race to Africa.
A larce businea hlrwlr t
Chenango county, X. Y., owned by Fred
Weiler. Mrs. Airnes WiW inl'r...i.
Cox, has burned. Origin unknown.' .
Loss, $55,000; Insurance about $72,000.
Ine Orerman Press club, of California,
branch Of tha Vut.innnl .fl.nKl.tfnn .P
Herman American journalists has been'
organized at Sin Fr.incirr. r r.,.
blutt, of The California Democrat, was
elected president and Emil Burgh secre
Herman Toman nf rhinoon ol
old, was left by his parents in their home
m r.ignry-tmra street and Euclid avenue.
In some mmnur th. MM inmA
matches, one of which igniting set Are to
its clothing After suffering all night it
died yesterday morning.
Fatal Elevator Accident.
Cixcixsati, Sept. '.2 John O'Brien
was instantly killed yesterday morning
by an elevator in Gale Bros.' warehouse
falling two floors down. John Roach was
badly injured. About 5:SO o'clock an
unknown man was run down bv a Cin
cinnati, Hamilton and Dayton railroad
train. He was struck and hurled twenty
feet in the air. The train was stODDed
and the mangled form placed upon iti
xuere was notning on the body by which
it could be identified.
Chrlatened and Then Killed.
BOSTON'. Sent. 22. Thomas Horan and
wife, of South Boston, gave a christening
party at their home in South Boston.!
During the festivities the babe, aged 8
weeks, was F-ffocated, evidently by some
body lying unon it. The Horans have Iwn
Switchman Delegate Found Dead.
Philadelphia, Sept. 22. H. M. Davis."
of Peoria, Ills., a delegate to the national
switchmen's convention, was found dead
n bis room at the Howard house vmatrrl
day morning. Heart disease was the
cause of death.
Did Not Beat His Becord. "
INDEPENDENCE, la., Sept. 22 With the
track in good condition yesterday after
noon AUerton was sent to beat his reootd,
but only succeeded in tyins it. the onar-
ters being 0:32.'. 1:04J. 1:37,Y. 8:08)tf.
Chicago, Sept. SL
Following were the q notations on th. board
of trade today: Wheat No. t Sentember.
opened rc closed 97c; December, -opanad
H.UAg; closed 1.00a; year. ODened V7W. cloaad . .
KHc Corn No. 2 September, opened Mop -closed
52ic; October, opened Sic, closed SMwc:
year, opened 44c, closed 41J$e. Oats Ko. i -September,
opened -7c, closed 267s; Oo-
tober. opened STUc, closed 27c: Slav, onened ii
31c. closed 30?6c Pork October, opened .
llO.S.'Vi. closed J10.37H; December, opansd
tl0.tK3. closed tlu.nr,; January, opened
J12.HU, closed IliSU. Lard October, opened
Stt.80, closed tH.7&.
Live stock Following were the nrioss at
the Union Stock yards today: Hogs Market
moderately active on packing and shipping ac
count; good grades Arm; common lota
easy; prices without material change:
sales ranged at tZXK&L3i ties, iLr&
Sl lisht, 4.S.Vr.4-J roueh Dackins. &4.T5
I&5.3Q mixed, and S4-95iidU heavy packing
and shipping lots.
Cattle Market only moderately activa
and feeling weak, and prices favored buyera:
quotations ranged at f-VWaajti nrime ta
abippinic steers. &4.i gool to fancy do.'
ao.3i'i.i, common lo rair do, f4.til"ti.4v
tellers- steers, X0U(a2.U ktockers. aZjnAaai
Texans. t2.a4.W rangers. 3.iVl40 feed
era. S1.50fia.. cows, tL&aa0 bulls, and f.9U
Qj.uu veal calves. i
Sheep -Market fairly' active and n eea
rather easy; quotations ransed at
4.4U western. x3Juh4.tU native,- and S&UfiUi
Produce: Better Fanev aenaratnr V 't.
Ib; dairies, fancy, freahJAiaic: nankins atnoka.
fresh. Lie. EgKS Loss off, 17c per dot Live
poultry Old chickens, luc per lb: sDrlna-. Ufc: .
roosters, 5Mc; turkeys, mixed. Wo; ducks,
aHc: spring, lOilOHc. Potatoes Horn,
grown. 53&i5 per sack: Wlscnnsui and Mlchl
gao. fair to choice, -&i per bu; sweet pota
toes, oaiumore, sz.ui:.3a per bbl; Jerseys,
S&&&i.t. Apples re?n cooking, TrjolLUUr 1
per bbl; eating, tUSbQXM. . -
Nsw York, Sept. SI .
Wheat Vo. 2 red winter ruh si tmju-
do October, $1.H: do November. $1.CH:
do December. $L10. Cora No. 2 mixed
ih. aiM&siMc: do fiemmhr anu. rf
October, Utc; do November. STT. .. Oats-
Dull; No. 2 mixed cash. 33o; do Octo
ber, 32ic Rye DulL Barley Nominal. Pork
Moderately active and strong; newmera,
tlx.iiaiz.Sa Lard-Steadyr October. 7.1;
Live Stock: Cattle Market ruled fairly at
firmer prices for choice offerings. Poorest to
beet native steers. t3-2&&i.72prr UOlbs; Teian
ana loioraaos, .). (t-r. nails and dry cows,
f L75&t.iU. Sheep-Market rnled vary dull at
adecline of strong He per lb. Sheep $3$ '.
4.87H; Iambs. lA iJio. Hogs -Market firm; :
tiaiW per 100 lbs. - -.
E. 15. Parmcntar. atuini
Mskes collections, losjit BaoDej.arwl wilj
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"j tcgat Dtuiness) imrnfrea in ,
him. Offlo. noatnfflM hlwh Ttwh T.i