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- R0C&3 ISLAND, FK I DAY, 0 CTOBER 2, 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 Clothiu
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 Nil ROOM FOR IMPROVEMENT m ilTTR MEM'S updatm.?
. www xiAAjxi u UJUL 3.HiJLlTimil,
There is no Boom for ImproTement in Our Boys' ai Wren's Department.
CiTUdrrTsl Reefers '
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.
Denmark has removed the embargo on
Eight miners were killed in a colliery ..
accident in Wales.
Ten thousand coal miners are on a strike
in the Pittsburg district for the 3cent
South DiUota Democrats have nomi
nated J. M. Wood, of Rapid City, for con
gress. The southern interstate exposition was
opened with imposing ceremonies at Ral
eigh, N. C.
The Michigan university at Ann Ar
bor is open with the largest attendance
In its history. -
Snow is falling in Montana nd the
Northwest territory, and a cold wave ia :
moving rapidly eastward. t
The crews of three wrecked English
vessels have reached New York from dig
erent parts of the world.
It was $8,000 in cash and 133,000 in se
curities that the burglar obtained by
"cracking" the bank at Fort Howard, Wis.
George William Curtis was re-elected
president of the National Civil Service
Kelorm league at the convention at Buf
falo, N. Y.
A train loaded with workmen waa
wrecked near Jay Gould's house at Irving
tou, on the New York Central, by a broken
axlf No one was hurt.
Three hundred job printers and Drees-
men struck at Pittsburg against the wage '
scale submitted by the proprietors. Nearly '
every, office iu the city is closed in conse-queuee.
The autograph collection of Edward H.
Letlingwell. of New Haven, has been sold
bringing $51,101.07. He spent a larc.
fortune collecting, and had the largest
probably in the world.
Edgar H. Kellogg, the Chicago agent of
the Home Life Insurance company, of
Brooklyn, N. Y., has been sued by that
corporation for :J0.00O, said to have been
misappropriated by him.
The New England Homestead is author.
Ity for the statement that the tobacco
crop of this country this year is from 50,
009 to 70,000 cases short of the usual de
mand for domestic tobacco.
An attempt is said to have been made to
blow up a bridge over which the emperor
of Austria was about to pass in a railroad
train. The would-be assassins were seen
by watchmen, and their design frustrated.
The emperor arrived in safety at Prague.
People on a passing yacht detected
William Wyncoop trying to drown his
sweetheart, Maggie Carroll, because she
bad remarked that another young man
was "very nice." The yacht people saved
the girl, and then didn't drown the whelp.
What Woodruff Stole from Arkansas.
LITTLE ROCK. Oct. 2. Ex-Treasurer
Woodruff's total shortage has been ur.
tained at last. Tli
have reported the result of their work,
giving an additional shortage of $138,
"Sfi.Sf., making Woodruff's total shortage
$".257,000. Suit will be commenced against
his sureties for the amount immediately.
Are Now Presidential Office.
Washington. Oct. 1 The following
fourth-class postmasters have been raised
to the presidential class Oct. 1, with their
incumbents rnntintiMlr .Tnhn TTim.,
Colchester, Ills.; William T. Condron,'
nocKwen t,ity, ia.; Joel u. Latham, Fair
mont, Ind.; John French, Kentland, Ind.;
William Hurst, Two Rivers, Wis.
Decrease In National Bank Note ft.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 2. Tha eomntrnller
of the currency haa issued a statement
nhnwintr that, rin I it 1 tha
0 uww. ..? wwm. .1UU.UAW
of national bank notes outstanding ag
gregated $171,817,819, a decrease for the
Chicago, Oct, 1.
Following were the quotations on the board
of trade today: Wheat No. 2 October,
opened Me, closed 8Hc; December, opened
Wc, closed VFA'Z year, opened Wo, closed
WtfC Corn No. 2 October, opened 63c,
closed Ejc: year, opened 43c cloied 44c;
May, opened 42Up, closed 426c Oats No. 8
October, opened 2tiV4o, closed 2Mic; Novem
ber, opened siMc, closed 2Ti4c; May. opened
8ufciC closed 31c Pork October, opened
S.7a, closed $!.87H: December, opened
$10.07, closed 1Q.I7!4: January, opened
$12.33, closed $12.52 Hie. Lard October,
opened $6.&;Vs. closed $6.e;&
Live stock Following were the prices at
the Union Stock yards today: Horn Market
only moderately active and feeling
weak: packers and shipiiers buying slow
ly; prices about 15 cents lower: sales
ranged at J2.UXu,4.00 pigs, J3.ao&4.aJ light,
$4.3m&4.50 rough packing. J4.toio.15 mixed.
and $4.60&x25 heavy packing and shipping
Cattle Market but moderately active, but
feelinceasy; bnyers backward; prices raled
6&lJc lower; quotations ranged at $i.UU&.3U
prime to snipping steers, $4. &.) good to
fancy do., $3.oO&4.50 common to fair do., $3.60
4.40 butchers' steers. $2.0Utt2.li0 stockers. 12.15
&&25 Texans, $2.50S14.1M rangers, $2.7023.40
feeders, $1.5Uii3.o0 cows, $L5Uto3.0J bulla, and
$2.51X2.00 veal calves.
Sheep Market rather active, and prices
unchanged; quotations ranged at $3.5u4.45
westerns, ii.5HitlM natives, and k3.5uZL5.50
Produce: Butter-Fancy seDarator. 2jo ner
lb; dairies, fancy fresh, lKIfcSOc; packing
stocks, fresh. 12!4il3c. Eggs Loss off, UHo
per doz. Live poultry Old chickens, 10c per
lb: spring, 11c: roosters, 6S5Hc; turkeys,
mixed, 10c; ducks. 8V4≻ sprtag, a4c
Potatoes Home grown. 4OifcS0c per sack: Wis
consin and Michigan, fair to choice, a4S5c per
bm sweet potatoes, Illinois, $1.6U&1.75 per bbl;
Jerseys, $2.50(82.70. Apples Grown cooking,
Wc$1.00 per bbl; eating, f-l.Si42.00. Cran
berriesCape Cod, fancy, $7.00&7.50 per bbl;
Nw York. Oct. L
Wheat No. 2 red winter cash. 11.03: do
October. $LJ2V; do December, $LQ6V. Corn
No. 2 mixeil rash, 62c: do October, ic: do
December, KHc Oau Quiet: No. 2 inixtd
cash, Sk-.: do October, 3-ln; do November,
SK6C, Rye Steady; 2Klo for ungraded.
slate and No. 2 western. Barley Firm; No.
2 Milwaukee, 71c. Pork Ouiet: SH.7&H
12Jfur new. Lard Steady: October ;.U2:
December, $7.15. .
Live btock: Cattle Market firm, but no
trading in beeves; dressed beef, steady; native
sides, Hi!4c per lb. 8heep anl Lamljs
Eneep dull and steady; Iambs active at an ad
vance of Mc per lb-, sneep, $3.50(4.&.,)4 per 100
lbs; Umbs, $5.:56.87). Hogs Market steady:
live hoes. taJMftSJU per lou lbs.
Pozsoni'i Complexion Powder pro
lnoe$ a toft and beautiful ikin; it com
bines every element of beauty and purity
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