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K0CK ISLAND, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1891.
We Point With Pride
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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
THERE IS WO ROOM FOR IMPROVEMENT IN OUR MEN'S DEPARTMENT.
Tto is bo Room for ImproYemeiit in Our" Boys' ai Children's Department.
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.
CIGAR MAKERS UNION.
The Strike. Daring the Past Tear Have
. Coat the I'nlon S48, 793. -Indianapolis,
Sept. 23. At the meeting
of the International Cigarniakers union
yesterday the president referred to the
strikes which bad taken place daring the
past year, and said that these numbered
134 and bad cost the union fc4,792. Many
of them were the result of busty and im
pulsive action and constitutional barriers
should be so- iucreased as to make them
impossible. The report of the committee
ou constitution was submitted and was
foutld tO Contain a rilimhr rt rcw.nmm.in-
dations, the most important limiting the
nrprestrniaiives irom local unions and ex
cluding Chinese and tenement house
workers from membership. The after
noon was devoted to a discussion of the
The fruit rrnn in t li virtnitVAf t..i
1- - " - .,.u.i.j u l a ails
has been damaged by the hailstorms.
James H. Mead, a banker of Sheboygan,
Wis., fell dead at his home. - ,
The Rothsr ild hankino- hnnau. Via. mnW.
scribed tlO.OOO for the Spanisb.flood suf-
A burelar who hA hml.n
of W. H. Smith, at Eau Claire, Wis., wa
iaiauy snot, His name is William Harri-man.
At the San Otit-ntin Pol n - :
vict named James Bailey stabbed and in-
a.nuny suieu convict Henry Baker with
a shoe knife.
Charles Graham, a leading farmer, of
Missouri, and prominent member of the
Farmers' Alliance, rnmmtttori i. i.
shooting himself. Cause, business trouble.
Major Uliam McKmley, the Repnbli-
Cau Candidate for irovernnr of rtliiA
ed through Chicago, on his way to Ottum-
kh, is., wnere ne win speak in the coal
Itis renorted that a mnn' AA f Trn
burn, a suburb ot London, yesterday.
un nu tne symptons or cholera. An in
vestigation by the health authorities Is in
State Treasurer Rover of PonnarlMni.
has received the resignation of Cashier
Livesey. It was mailed at Milwaukee,
Wis., on Aue. 24 Domestic ci
are given as the cause ,
Annie Strauss was fonml AnA in
at 2955 Prairie avenue Chicago. The room
was iuu oi gas which was escaping from
a burner turned full on TVnth
caused by asphyxiation.
The Democratic t.f fn ivntil iMmMto
is meetinizat its hpaflnunrfAra in tha CKn.
man house, Chicago. The meeting was
called for the purpose of indorsing Con
gressman Springer's candidacy for the
The Massachusetts ntAtA imnmi n9 api
culture will shortly issue a pamphlet
which will show that returns received
from all but thirteen towns in the state
give a total of bOO abandoned farms in the
Herman C Tviaa'q AA ... a k
. , u i us iuuxm .
In BeM near" Syracuse, X. Y.with a
bullet wound in the head and a revolver
at his side. He was collector for Klinck
Bros., coal dealers. The firm say there is
a suonage in nis accounts.
W. H. Harrington's bid for the Consoli
dated Ice company plant. The amount
IX AVi fXKl Th. Ilia iriil .1
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Oct. h. The Ice Machine company failed
lasi uciouer, ana since men its estate has
been in litigation.
Th( atatfl dpnnrfm.nt of tAnnaVTp.n;. '
I . u . , vt .ouuajiiaui
has granted a charter to the Susquehanna
and Buffalo Railroad company for a line "
of fifteen miles Inn it f mm rAnVL X3
-i . . i . . m nu,
Clinton county, on the Philadelphia and
rcauing raiiroaa to Trout Kun, am
cauntr. .Tohn T Rian nf Wi
J j va ' .
Is president, and the capital stock is
Eiblbitlun Ball Games.
Sion ClTT. Ia.. Sent. 23 ThaRinn
City and Kansas City ball clubs oom-
ujcuceu a series oi exmoition games Here
vesterdav. Yesterdav'a cAtn wa
by Sioux City by a score of 14 to S.
Chicaoo, Sept. IS. '
VnllnvrlnV W.M tS nnntalinn, kul
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Wo; closed 0T4c; year, opened Vi4. closed
8c. Corn No. 2 September, opaea (So,
)er. uiucu , JIilS 0, S
September, opened 'Xiip, closed ltttc: Oo-
(nhp niwnui unil rliiu. 7a. f.
.. . , "I"- - - - v - ,'T- , uywfu
aiHc. closed aic Porlj October. optnJ
closed SlO.aV December, opend
.lOio. clntied S10.f; January, opened
si-ou, cioscu j:-.o.. uua jciouer, opened
and closed fti.su.
Live stock Following were the prices at
the Union Stock yards today: Hoes arket
rather active mniiily on shipping account, and
feeling rather weak: prices ruled 5ft IDe tower;
sales ranged at Ji'XJl.a pigs, - t..tia
&J light, S4.toi4.8j rough packing, H
mixed, and J-t-SjiJj.W heavy packing
and shipping lots.
Cattle Market only moderately active
and prices without material cliaagu; quota
tions raotced at $5.&6j5 prime to ship.'
ping steers, tLb2.j.MU good to taucy do,
(3.9UtJ0 common to fair do. (8.AJA4.40,
batchers' steers, tiMZjg.H) stock.rs, mMJOAUd
Texans, $2.a4.(U rangers. ii.uJ&&40 jeed.
era, UO&iM cows, $LSoaJ.ijO bulla, aod JiW
Sheep -Market fairly active and prices
&itlUc lower; quotations ranged at Sasrl
4J& western, i3...rai.;s native, and 8a.a03ni.Si)
Produce: Butter Fancy separator. Co per
lb; dailies, fancy, frettli.l 3.'"c: packing stocks
fresh, 12c. Etgo Lota off, lTo par dos. Llv.
poultry Old chickens, l'Jc per lb; spring, Uc
roosters, 5Hftc; turkeys, mixed, 10c; ducks,
49ic; spring, WilOHc PotatotM-Hom.
grown, 5iri5 per sack; Wisconsin and Michi
gan, fair to cbuioe, 'nlXt per bo; sweet pota
toes, Baltimore, VUMZZJi per bbl; Jerseys
JJ!oig3.5a Apples Green evoking, 75oaiAl
per bbl; eating, tVOQl.tM.
Kw Tobk, Sept. Si.
Wheat Ko. J red winter rash, Jl.UdJ;
4o September, tl.ai; do October, tl.ofl; do
uecemDer. Cora .o. X mixed cash,
euc; do September, KH; do October,
Oats Dull and steady; "o. - Z mixed rash,
32c; d. September, Sic; do October, 2;4c. Rye
NominiL Barley Xomlnal. - Perk Moder
ately active and strong; new mesa,
U.3U. Lard-Staady; October, 17.19; Decern.
tor, - : - -r -
The only complexion powder in the
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