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ROCK ISLAND, THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1S91.
Single Conies KCent
1'er Weefc 1 tfant
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All summer coats and vests that are left you can have at half price.
All light weight dress suits that are left you can have at half price.
All light colored business suits that are left you can have at half price.
Pants at half price.
Children's Clothing at half price.
School Suits at half price.
Summer Underwear at half price.
Neglige Shirts at half price.
Straw Hats at half price.
Neckwear at half price.
Children's Waists at half price.
Knee Pants at half price.
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All odds and ends must and will go at half price.
We carry no goods over from season to season.
Our fall stock is beginning to come in. W e must have morelroom.
Therefore this great sale.
United States Senator William F. Vila,
of Wisconsin, is at Sorrento, Me.
The wholesale rubber house of John M.
PI u turner, of Boston, has failed.
Jarrett Roberts, of Oshkoeh, Wis., aged
C9, is dead. lie went to Oskosh in 1850.
The Democrats of New York will meet
in state convention at Saratoga Sept. 15.
Breadstuff's exports for July last weie
valued at 116,370,201, against tl0,733,6a
Jor July, isyo. ;
The Pottsville, Pa., Steel an I Iron com
pany has started two furnaces with non
union workmen. -
The Cincinnati branch of the Irish
league has dropped the name "Paruell,"
and chosen another one.
The Holcomb family is holding a na
tional reunion at Mount Airy, X. J. There
are 2,500 members of the family present.
Polydore Dougeval, a silk manufacturer
of Brooklyn, X. V., has made an atsign
tuent. Liabilities, $100,000; assets, 175,000.
George Jones, one of the founder, and
principal owner of the New York Times,
died yesterday at Poland Springs, Me.
He was SO years of age.
Officer Rollings, of Philadelphia, is said
to be the largest policeman In the United
States, lie is d ft. 8 in. in height and
weighs 340 pound.
Judjre Botkin, of Kansas, has eoncludtd
not to preside at the trial of Brennan for
the murder of Woods. His life has been
threatened if he does preside.
John Aim, of Morgan Park, a Chicago
suburf), is in jail for the rape ot a l:vyear
old girl. He came neur being lynched, of
course. He is said 'to be half witted.
The Inie,ruutioual Geographical con
gress is now in session at iierne, Switzer
land. It is proposed to make a new mrp
of the world on a scale of one millionth.
TLe prohibition of the exportation cf
rye from Russia has created a great sensa
tion n Berlin. Ninety per rent, of the
importations of rye into eastern Prussia
are fioni Russia.
Sixty days after the nest national Dem
ocrat ic convention is the time agteed
upon by the executive committee of the
National Association of Democratic clubs,
for that organization to meet.
At the Homeopathic hospital for the in
sane at Middletown, Conn,, is a patient
who was a prisoner at Andersorrville. His
mania is that he is still a prisoner in that
terrible stockade, and he sutlers again, in
his mind, all the horrors of the imprison
ment. The Chinese government has a rather
un-American way of treating its subjects
who mob and kill aliens. Two of them.
have recently been beheaded and their
heads exposed as a warning to others in
clined to interfere with foreigners living
The Irish Leadership Squabble.
Di blix, Aug. 13. Messrs. Walsh, Gray
and others have signed a requisition for a
meeting of Freeman's Journal directors
to change the policy of the paper. Har
rington, presiding at a meeting of the
league Tuesday, announced that he was
obliged for the present to discontinue
grants to evicted tenants. He said an ap
peal would be made forthwith to start a
daily paper in Parneirs interest. He had
no doubt that Gray would succeed in
bringing about the apostacy of The Free
Fore.t r'lres In France.
Paris, Aug. 13. Extensive fires are
raging in the forests around Toulon, do
ing immense damage and causing great
alarm. Strong winds prevail, causing
the flames to spread rapidly and baffling
tht efforts which are teing made to
check the conflagration. There is an in
sufficient supply of water. The govern
ment has set 1,000 soldiers and sailQrs at
work digging trenches around the burn
ing woods in the hope of thus confining
Chicago, Aug. 12.
Following were the quotations on the board
of trade today: Wheat No. 2 August, opened
S5c. closed Wfc; September, opened Hc,
closed 94 c;- December, opened HMe, closed
ic. Corn No. 2 August, opened tllttc, closed
83c; September, opened S9lc, closed fittc
October, opened 55Hc, closed 54Jc Oats No
2 August, opened Sofctc: closed &Hc; Sepem
ber, opened 2sc, closed 2SHc; May, opened
it?, closed ol4t'. Pork September, opened
$10,134, closed $10,434; October, openedHlOftS,
closed $10.55: January, opened $13.14, closed
$13.25. Lard September, opened $3.60, closed
Live Stock Following were tbe prices at the
Union (-took Tarda today: Hogs Market
rattier active on packing and shipping ac
count. Best grades 5c higher. Other qualities
unchanged; sales ranged at $3.3iidi.u0 pig.
$4-7Ur&5.57 light, $4.554.t3 rough packing, $4.75
&5.55 mixed, and $4.ttt&j.50 heavy pack
ing and shipping lots.
Cattle Market rather active on local and
hipping account and prices well maintained;
quotations ranged at $5.706.2o choice
to fancy shipping steers, $4.t3A.iJ good to
choice do. $4.50'l64.tJ common to fair do, $3.75
4.40 butchers' steers. $4.4044.80 stock,
$2.2fi&4. Texans. $3.4"ai.:w feeders. l.(Va
4.U0 cows. iLiOoAW bulls, and $2.5u34.50
Sheep Market fairly active sud prices
unchanged; Quotations ranged at ' $3.5044.80
westerns. S3.75&UM natives, and $3.50(5.50
Produce: Bntter Fancy separator, 18o per
lb; dairies, fancy, frtsh, ltfftloc; packing
stocks, fresh. ltiiUc ESga-Loss off, 15o per
doz. Live poultry Old cbicrieus. 10c per lb;
spring, lOitlOie: r-xjsters. &Httc; turkeys,
mixed, ftiloc; ducks. M'tlOc; spring, loaiOHc.
Potatoes sit. Lotiin. early Ohio, $LQU&L2J per
bbl; Tennessee. $j2 l.iK Alton, tLtrl.i;
Kansas. it)i k per bu; home grown, 50&60o per
sack. Apples Illinois, green. 75cii$1.00 per
bbl; choice. Sl.'Wjl.2"; eating, $1.50 4. 75.
Blackberries Michigan. 8.1i75c per ltt-qt case.
Blueberries $1.7r.r..i.l per liwjt case. Huckle
berries S1J541.4U per ItU(t case.
New YOK.K, Aug. 12.
Wheat No. 2 red winter cash, $1.0f; Au
gust. ?l.it; SepWmW, tl.'H'i. Corn-No.
2 mixed cash, ;tic; September, 6'jc: Octo
ber. ttfrSc. Oat Dull but steady; So. 2 mixed
cash, MifiUjnc; August. i.; September, 34c;
October,, 3.V. Rye nd Barley Neglected.
Pork fillet but steady: pew mess,$U.UlrJljO.
Lard Quiet; August, fojti; feeptamber, $6.85.
Live Stotlu . Caul Tradiaglow at a de
cline of 15e per OuOlbsfor all glades; poercat
to best native steer. fM.Ags.lO per KJO lbs;
Texans and Colorado, $3.234.60; bulls and
dry caws, tL50iS.75. Sheep and Lambs
Sheep, steady; lambs, doll and Ms per lb
lowir; sheep, 4Jfj4.50 per 100 lbs; laAbs, $LQ9
Hog Market firmer; Ur hogs, $5.10
A. handsome complexion U one of the
greatest charms a woman can poaeaae
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