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OCK ISLAND UAILY
fl XXXIX. SO. 267
ROCK ISLAXD, S ATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1S91.
Magi CoplOT 5 Crotii,
Per Week 12M CmIi.
And by far the Largest Assortment at the
The Only and Best Place To Trade-
Special attenti nn r3l1.H to our fall 1inp xhirVi r.mrT-icc oil fVc nmir -i-rck1fo -i4-
vw"'-" vv wax ttii liivli WUIJVIUW Cxl CliV IIV V V 11U V VlLlO Ctt
, wiioioitui vvicii tuc liigucai gldUC Ul YVUlKIIlcUlbllip dllU IIlclLericll.
Newton ' 'Bacon died at CMikosh, Yis.J
ged SW years.
w crop reports
from F.uziaud and
ireiaua are discouraging.
A negro was lynched at Georgetown
Ky . , by a nttb of white men. i
Johu Baxter, a New York painter.ktlled
hi v-i'e, hM two childred, and cciiiaiitted "
Walter Carr & Co., produce dealers of
Now York, have argued. Liabilities
Tae shareholders of the Dublin Free
man's Journal have voted to make the
paper an auti-Parnell organ.
A cloudburst in Rensselaer county, X.
Y., did damage estimated at $100,000. .
Several pcrsous were drowned.
There is fcS.OOO awaiting the claim of
AYilliam Rabcock, who left MisherviHe,
Mich., seven years ago part of his father's
Late dispatches from North Dakota aud
Minnesota show a smaller loss from the
Decent cold weather than was indicated by
eariier reports. '
Lawrence T. Berger, supposed to hare
been one of the l'ark place, Nev York,
victims, has turned up alive. He had been
ub.Aiii. at li.jstou.
A Washington dispatch predict tha6
General Russell A. Alger, of Michigan,
will bj appointed secretary of war to suc
ceed Senaior Proctor.
Mrs. Matt ie Blatter was granted a di
vorce in tho circuit court of Magnolia,
Ark., aud five minutes later was married
by the same judge to F. W. Hooks.
Mrs. Parsley, the beautiful wife of Rev.
Parsley, a Baptist preacher cf Altiou.Pa.,
acted the angel in a tableau represent
ing 'Faith." Ten minutes later she was
The Steamer Gambier collided with
another vessel near Melbourne, Australia,
and in seven minutes went to the bottom.
Twenty passengers and six of the crew
A witness before the coroner's inquiry
into the Park place horror at New York
swore that he made the plans of the build
ing and that it was never intended to sup
port heavy machinery.
On the highest peak of tie Socorro
mountains Wednesday lange q'uaulilies of
dynamite were exploded at intervals.
Thursday the drorfcht was broken by the
heaviest rain of the year.
James Burns and his daughter, Akice,'
who lived alone at Red Oak. Mich., were
found dead in their home by a neighbor.
It is believed that Burns di-d a natural
death and the daughter committed sui
cide. Riots to prevent the'exportation of-rye
are reported from Russia. The Moscow
towu council' is considering a proposition
to compel all employers of labor to supply
their workmen with rye bread at about
ouu-Lalf the present prices.
A Big Day for Ohio Democrats.
Columbus, O.. Aug. 29. Something
new in the way of political meetings, and
which is expected to be one of tb'$ 'larg
est things of the kind ever held in Ohio,:
is now being arranged for by the Demo
cratic state executive committee. It is to
be Democratic governors' day, and it is
the intentior to have every Democratic
governor In the United States present.
there beitis; thirty of them iu tie forty-
lour states of the Union. Allen G.
Thnrman, the Old Roman, will pre
side. The meeting will be held in thin
city the latter part of September.
Payne's Case Settled.
Minneapolis. Aug. S9. The Sons of
Veterans yesterday settled the Payne
case. Payne was readmitted to the order
without title. In the Addiitizton case the
charge of embezzlement was disallowed.
The retiring commander was presented '
with a handsome badge, the new officers -
were installed and the encampment ad- :
jourued sine die. A brilliant ball took.
place last night. . -'
"When the Cat's Away," Eta.
Macomj!. Ills., Aug. 29. several nrison-
broke out of jail yesterday while the
jailers were at the fair. " '
JHE MARKETS '".
Chicago. t .
Chicago, Ang. Zg. J
Following were the quotations on the board
of trade today: Wheat - Ko. a-August, opsaed
HM. cloned f 1.0ii: September, opened $UHJi; ?
closed 9!pso; I)eceinb.-r. opened il.if4, closed
tl.Ul&. Corn No. 2 August, opened 65c
closed C4c; September, opened n( - closed"
&JHc; October, opened bnftiiyclased 574e. Oats 1
o. 2 September, opened ajVie. closed 2Uw
ntnwl Ulyy ..l.uI dl . ': ,
October, opened 31c. closed Jflic; Ma'jr, cjctm1
84c, closed ifJJie. ltl(-4ietnber, ope lied
f W.JTU. rloei SHi.Lfl4: October, i opened ,
W closed SIOJSj Januair. o'pened tl2J)
closed ?l-'.;5. Lard-Njptember,
closei S.'i). j
t I..- . . l- 1 ... .
- uuiiwiuj; were 1U9 JJrtoS OX')
the Union ntK-k varil tod.iv: 'durk. .5
active and prices 12IV higher; fciraaeJ at ' 'J
rough packiDs. HMhtAt niiied; and Hjto:r'' t
6.J heavy pai-kiDg and slumping fete.;- .,-.. 5, "
Cattle- Market firly active a lucal i4r
suippiu account, and . pricea tedr- on "
all other grades: quotntions ranged V.
at Si.C,.31 prime to fafcey '" shipjiing '
steers. Jl.tWtf i.W good to choice do. t4.10&4.ll "
common to fair do, J.1.75.4 batchers' steers
2.uuJsa.(W stocKers, $-'.SUa; W Texans. i0&
4.tti rantceis, M.Orj.ii) Seeders. S1.SIK&S.SIJ
cows. ?1.5oa3.u) bulls, and $2.504.?5 veal
Sheep Market rather active, and prices on
changed; qnotations ranged at (3.&0&4 50
westerns, fcl.oor&S.W natives, and t3.TSa.40
I'roduce: Butter Fancy separator, 23o per
lb; dairies, fancy, fresh, ltf!;: packing
etocka. fresh, llailc. Egirs-Loas off. l.Vo
per doz. Live poultry Oid chickens, Mailo
per lb; epriag. PJHc; rooors. 6Hc; turkeys,
mixed. 10c; ducks. c; spring, loaioic. Pota
toesSt. Louis, early Ohio, ttVS0c per bu;
Kansas, 3jf4Sc; heme grown, 6oi?Uc per sack,
Minnesota, MyAfc per bu; choice, 4ifciiJc;
sweet potatoes, baltiniore, $3-&io8.T6 per bbl.
Apples Ureencookiag, tl.S&31.5o per bbl; eat
ing, 1.5iie2.. faacy. H.00. BWk berries
Michigan, 6a,73c per Vxtf. case.
Kbw York, Aug. J8.
Wheat No. 2 red winter cash. 1.10H
l.VH: do August. tl.HMas no enlm1r
do Octeber. !.(. Ootn-No. I
mixed caen. 7c: do August, T9J4c; do Sep
tember, Tic; do October e&Ho. OaU Qoeit ,
but steady; No. t mixed caA. STUoi do
September, 8Mc. Rye tiejleoted. Barler
Neglected. Pork sOoJl; new mess, tULaMk
liOU. Lard-8toady; SepMbbsr. $,M; Oc-
tobsr. fLW- '
The soft glow of the tea rose Is ao
quired by Udloa who om Po rtoni'g Com
Wbatb mt utncUn khaa ft pntty
Uot wi freeh. hrtht complexion For
it, om Pooara Powder.