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Rock Island daily Argus. (Rock Island, Ill.) 1886-1893, September 24, 1891, Image 1

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Children's Blazers
Nobby Hats,
Pointf With! Pride
To our immense line of Fall Overcoats.
To our immense line of Men's Dress Siiits.
To our immense line of Men's Business Suits.
To our immense
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
for IpYeiMt in Onr
3 - Piece Suits
Children's Double-Breasted Suits
Nobby Ties, No End to Them.
line of Boys' and Children's Clothin
Boys' ai Children's
Children's Nobby Kilt
Clothing Goipanjp
Children's Fine Overcoats
Samuel S. Stevens, a prominent citiswn
f Blooniington, Ills., is dead.
The business portion of Bradley, S. D.,
has been destroyed by fire.
Gold continues to come to this country
from Europe. The Rothschilds shipped
Tue government has withdrawn its pro!
hibition of the Catholic European con
gress to be held in Rome.
Mr. Robert Giffeu. an officer of the
j British board of trade, predicts a "silver
Dixon, Ills., is scandalized by the alope
meut of a professor of the Northern IIH
noia Normal school with a young widow.'
He left a wife and two children.
A delegation of residents of Joliet
called on Mayor Washburne, of Chicago,
to see if something cannot be done to
lessen the amount of Chicago Mwage that
now flows into the Desplaines river.
The Rev. Hugh Bruce Hughes, a promi-.
nent English Methodist divine and forty
juemoaist ministers, nave arrived on the
steamer City of New York, bound for the
ecumenical council, which is to be held in
Washington Oct. 7.
A shooting affray occurred at Bridge
hampton, Mich. John Townsend and
William J' McClintic disputed over farm
property, and Townsend shot McClintic
dead with a rifle. McClintic had drawn a
revolver on Townsend.
Lord Hawke and his English cricketers
have arrived by the steamer City of Ntw
York. A committee from the German
town cricket team of Philadelphia, met
the visitors at the pier. The team will
play its first game in Philadelphia.
A well known Boston play right has
presented to Captain Anson, of the Chi
cago League base ball club, a plan to
write a play founded on base ball, and has
suggested that anson play the hero. He
says that Anson seemed to fall in with
the idea.
Strikes and riots are reported on the
Siberian railway, the workmen revolting
on account of bad and inadequate food.
Public simpatby is with the workmen,
and demands that inspectors be appointed
to protect the men from the rapacity of
the contractors.
John P. Kirwin. a well-known politician
and real estate broker of New York, haa
been convicted of attempting to commit
an outrageous assault upon Mrs. Mary A.
Allen. He was remanded for sentence.
The penalty for the offense is from two to
five years' imprisonment.
At 5:30 o'clock in the morning William
Lewis, colored, shot John Moor, and
Maggie Sells, both colored, at Chicago.
The woman died a few minutes after the
shooting and Moore now lies at the point
of death in the- county hospital. The
whole alLiir was caused by jealousy.
Varfleld Park Races.
Chicago, Sept. 54. The winners and
time at Garfield park yesterday are as
follows: Rock, 9 furlongs, 1:57; Long
light, 1 miles, S:08J; Zantippa, 6 fur
longs, 1:155; Steve Jerome, 1 mile, 1:45,;
Winslow, l,V milesjover five hurdles, 2:25;
Audrey, I niiie. l:43'a'.
Germany's Building at tb. Fair.
Chicago, Sept. 24 Herr Wermuth,
Germany's World's fair commissioner,
has selected as a site for Germany's official
building a plateau a little north ariS west
of that selected by Great Britain and im
mediately north of Mexico's location.
Dr. Barctaard Very Low.
Saratoga, N. Y., Sept. 24. Rav. Dr. S.
D. Burchard, who was a conspicuous fig
ure in the presidential campaign in 1SS4,
is critically ill in this city.
Chicago. Sept. 23.
Following were the quotations on th board
of trade today: Wheat No. 2 September,
opened tutUc, closed 5Jc; December, opened
te closed t46c; 8ar, opened closed
ttc. Corn No. 2 September, opened Jc
closed 4c; October, opened 4Wic, closed 4c:
year, opened 43c, closed 44c Oats No. t
September, opened and cl'MCd WJ4e; Oc
tober, opened and closed ?3 Mar, opened
and closed 3UJ(C Pork October, opened
I10.XH, closed 810X2; December, opened
$10.65, closed tl0.!V; January, opened
112.92J4 closed 112.57. Lard-October, opened
J6.S0, closed t6.67&
Live stock Following were the prices at
the Union Stcck yards today: Hogs Market
rather active on packing and shipping account;
best gTades &&10c higher, while common lot.
were weak and unchanged: sale, ranged at
2.UU4.a pigs. Jt.S?rAJ light. S4-4&3
4.80 rough packing. $4.&it5.i mixed, and
$4. 8oKjta.au heavy packing and shipping lota,
Cattle Market moderately active on local
and shipping account, and prices fairly well
supported; quotations ranged at $5.90QtJt.
prune to shaping steers. $4.3033.80 gool to
fancy do, $H.auj,4.40 common to fair do,
$a.tiU34.4U, belchers' steers, Si.0Oi42.8U stock
ers, i2JJ-i3.) Teiatis. fi.WKt.sJ rangers.
$3.M&A40 feelers. 1.SKS3.W cows, tL3.U0
bulls, aud $5j&5.0U veal calves.
Sheep Market fairly active and price,
unchanged: quotations ranged at $3.!W94.M
western, t3.5oS4.ra natives, and $.6u&S.50
Produce: Butter Fancy separator, 25c per
lb: dairies, fancy, fresh.la&J-K.-; packing stockf.
fresh, lc Egcs Loss off, 17o per do. Live
poultry Old chickens, 10c per lb; spring, llic:
roosters. Static; turkeva, mixed, lue; dooks,
SaV4c: spring, lOJUOHc. Potatoes Home
grown, S3&55 per sack; Wisconsin and Michi
gan, fair to choice, a&3i per bu; sweat pota
toes. Baltimore, $2.0035 per bbl; Jersey.
$3 aft&3.50. Apples Oreen cooking, "5oai.00
per bbU eating, tlJjSQ2.ua
Kew lark.
Nkw roBK, Sept 23.
Wheat No. 2 red winter cah, fl.OSM
eLOS; do October, $1.06; doDeoember. ILOWj.
Corn No. 2 mixed cash, 81c; do September.
99Hc; do October. Wc. Oata Steady; No. 3
mixed cash. GlcaJBc; do September, a4c; do
October, ac. Rye Dull and unchanged.
Barley Unchanged. Pork Moderately active
and strong; new mess, $12.2j&1&50. Lard
Steady; October. $7.19; December. $7.23.
Live Stock: Cattle Poorest to best rativo
steers, $3.865.75 per 100 lbs; Texaas,$3.UO&5.CO:
bulla and dry cows, $1.&&8.5J. U reused beef
steady, 7&Mc per lb for native tides. Khep
and lambs There was more lif a and activity
to the market and -good lambs were rated a
hade firmer. Sheep sold at $3.5u&o.OJ per 100
ids; uunos, v.vjtsca.ja. nogs AlarKet steady.
$6.105 per 100 lbs.
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Injury to the user and without doubt a
purifier, ia Pozzosi'a. .
What la more attractive than a pretty
face with afresh, bright comp'eitonr For
it, use Poizoni'. Powder.

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