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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 30 November 1889

THE DAILY AHGUS JOhN " POTTR. 8TlJrA, KuVKMRKII 30 1M. AsTono tba canals "hy Kinrr, of tha Oeoexo JW. return thank Dili Jar, it the fact ihitt h lias a set of new rollari for hit prei. anil that there ar Uu notbrr-lo Irnwt la Heary county ihfa year than lni. Tb tb theory that nil will o IT wt liquor baa long been curri-oi mnog clubmen. Those wbo drop Into the op-town oyster bound and restaurant In New Toik after midnight ere Tery apt to orJar a lil limply to get tba oil with which It la dressed. The idea, li that oil will remain on I p of whatever la In the stomach, and that the fumea of ibe 11iior that haa hft-n drunk cannot attend through It to the brad. Reftd-mca papeta are out with nearly everybody. They in cix n anil Inverts war upon tlie W. C..T. L'. peoplo. They are at war with the resolution of tba Farmers' Alliance In this state at IVcatur. They are iu open condemnation of the fartorra' convention at 8t. Louis. They are down on the Knii'M of Labor. Mince Mr. Puwderly baa la...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 30 November 1889

EIYERSIDE Cook Stoves Ranges, RIVERSIDE OAK SIOVES, Boynton Celebrated Furnaces, MASON & DAVIS' Wrought Steel Ranges and Steel Dome Furnaces. ; "Estimates for TIeating and oliation. It;i7 Second avenne, STATIONERY. Wall AT CO w H O M Peictorv Prices, Summon Grades 3J cents Plain Giit 4 J cents. Embossed Gilts 10 to 15 cents. Borders from $c to 4 cents per yard. KnTWe tiave decided to go out of the Wall P-r trade entirely n.l wish to close out the stock. KINGSBURY & SON, 1705 Secend Avenne. WINDOW Rasmussen HAS To 1725 Second Avenue, XVxt DoortoCranipton's Bookstore. I-f'l'lf i-uMic is cordially invited to inspect our NEW GALLERY, tli- tiriH t west rf Chicago without any exception. OVER THE RIVER, lOU. OF BRADY AND SECOND ST., THEY WILL DISCOUNT ANYBODY'S PRICES 0N- i J3uuiu ami 3 srr T-- '. OF ALL KINDS, and ray your way over and back besides. TRY THEM. tT'AU Goods as represented, or mony refunded. The Davenport Shoe Co., U)R. BKADY AND SECOND, Davenport, Iow...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 30 November 1889

THE HOCK I8IiANl AltQUB, S AT Ult DAY, NO VEM13E11 30, 1889. t FA Cm O Q O O I 1 o - c o x 3 2 X jr X X x X C3 to no Jo o J x X X "3 .S3 is x C x g x nn HI 3 The "FAIR," Foenoriicx Block, Bock Island. m vimv RANCH I I i 1 A Story of American Frontier Life. Bj Capt. CHARLES KISS, U.&A, Author of "TKtColonrfB Daughter," "From th Rank, "Th DemrUr Eta. ConrHKbtml IWB by J. B. Upptncott Company. Philadelphia, and publiahad by special arrange meat through th. American Free. Anaortatlo. CHAPTER XIII. i (if WITHSTANDING the fact tliat there wan an atmosphere of suppressed excitement over llie gar. V rison this May day inornTLo inc. Mr. Belknap's hunt came off according to f lan, and the three heroine of the previous run rode forth with but alight change of escort. Capt. Stryker fi-lt ronntrained to remain in pnrrison; he h;id a quiet in ventilation to make, nud was i.lfcwrved to be in close conversation ill Dr. luin as the gay party a.cmllsl in front of Col. Brainaril's quarter....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 2 December 1889

Rock Island Daily Argfij Largest and Best Paper in the Three Cities. If you want to read 'all" the News take the Daily Argus. VOL XXXVIII. NO 37. BOCK ISLAND, 310X11 DAY, DECEMBER 2, 1859. PRICE FIVE CENTS. 1 . 6 UN1AOAU is the best on arth nVEENTS a cake. c55 v c ) km? . .II qocd housel&Onrs us.t. .VwW tftvy sell MfmvHK$Co.. Chicaqo. make it M. YERBURY, l HAS V. YERBURY. Manager. W. B. BARKER, has purchased the wktx-known Wagner Grocery Fourth Ave. and Tenth Street, and hopes to retain the custom ol Lis predecessor. (If will make a great effort to perpetuate the good name of this Old Established Grocery -Hi at it has always enjoyed by dealing only in the best gondsAT TDK LOWEST TRICES. ROLLIN RUICK, Successor to .A damson fc Hoick, PRACTICAL ygy MACHINIST, thop Nineteenth St., bet. First and Second Avenue, Rock Island, 111. G-tiral Jobbing and Repairing promptly done. r?T8econd Hand Machinery bought, sold and repaired. New e111 Sreet Grocery GEO. E. BROWNER, (Successor ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 2 December 1889

1togtH,- Si&wlSw5!g'tSl5jiMiBljlM!l!!U I i I i 1 i XIIK DAILY AHGUS JOfH V POTTtW. MottDAl. rK(KMl'.KM 2 18H. THE EXHIBIT CLOSED. The North wcMeru Illinois Poultry A-M ialion. final Aware ef rrrnlioiv-Offlrfn Kleetee The et Plaee ef ffl The NortLaestirn Illinois Poultry association closed H third annual e(bl billon at Armory tall Saturday nigh I. Tbe lilt of pries awarded in tint Asiatic classes s published Friday. Tbote under Ibc other hesds re appended: Birred Plymouth Rocks J. M. Bryan, (iitoiwo, fourth tie on ben; third lie uncock, fourth tie on cockrell, fourth on pen. L. J. Carter, Aledo. fourth on rock, thlril tie on corkrell; F. M. MunKer. De K-ilb, III., second on cock. Hrsl, second and third on ben, fourth tie on ben. Brt and ncond on cockrtll, third tie on corkrell. fourth tie on corkrell, first, second, third and fourth on pullet, first, second snd third ou pen. White Plymouth rUvks U.v. John Hughes, Tattle Orove, first tie on corkrell, third on cockrell, flr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 2 December 1889

JBASEMENT pn Monday a. m. Dec. 8J. wa will t nrW department (a the basement. fTirr our main atore. Ii is de.lKned to I n litis aVpartrnent at all timet stocked luhp-ll barrios wblch nno1 X.pl.cte.l at any other place. Wr pM-n oq Monday a. so. at cVl. 1 P'r 'dlM' 'oboe t 17c per r,rI v clnrla "ilk umbrellas, gold or siU ha.llr. 97 J C" B1' w n '"P 'I"" turn shnysla at 83o. lint; band ed s'stile shorels at 48c. Another bunlred hnrse blaakets at in ( ifl single harness, f 4 75 DOLLS. !ik' dulls, little dolls, negro dolls, t,ne-r dnIK cbma dolls. ai dolls, es guiir'" dolls, sailor dolls, papa and B,mM iloHs. rrjinf dolls, laughing dolls, funtiv ilolls. walking dolls, haby dolls, anil young dolls, knit dolls, futiM dulls, dress! dolls, rag dolls, in-tru.-tahli" lHs, washable dolls, jointed ,lii. lo ping dolls, kid body dolls, dolls a,ih irrib. nh shoes, with hats, in farl ,i: kin l'of dolls at half prlre. iu,r i-m. nl tfly mo spars as sn a.Mltlnnal Mors. Rsmcmrwr rniranre In hawTM-nt ,,....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 2 December 1889

rT: THE KOCK ISLAND ARGUB, MONDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1889. Jf j ! 1 ! V; 5 1 The 'FAIR' . Q o "8 O o 2 k - Q Js c J2 W --t WBfe. HI ml aaaaV mm E ill spa g Sill 5 B 5s) s w rf 2 cs s s. s --? 2 4 c 8 UK no J 0 ! MO 11 0 The "FAIR," Pobtottici BlooS) Rook Island. WOMAN AND HOME. SOMETHING ABOUT BEAUTIFUL AND FAULTLESS HANDS. Tha Way "Simp .ltppars" Arm Mxl. What Constitutes a Trua Wtfe Tha Wall Brad Girl Woman and Book Tba Way of Womrn Know, to Fame. A beautiful mid faultiest band is a mora rare and unusual gift than a beautiful face, and now that tba fashionable young woman la expected to display a very mannish disregard of tbe delicacy and whiteness of her Angers and to blister and burn them through the summer months playing all manner of outdoor games guiltless of gloves, tbeir ugliness prraenta quite a formidable problem when tbe return to tbe frivolities and fluff of civilisation ilwnaiKls a sudden transformation from summer sunburn to winter snow and softness. A pair of brown strong ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 3 December 1889

R ock .Island " Daily Argus. Largest and Best Paper in the Three Cities. If you want to read 'all" the News take the Daily Argus. VOL XXXV11I. NO 33. ROCK ISLAND, TUESDAY. DECEMBER 3, 18S9. PRICE FIVE CENTS. To . On The J OOAP is fie best on tJqRTH for - rlVEENTS a cake. w qrocm sell itandL N.K.fAiRBANKCo., Chicaqo. make it M. YERBURY, ill ! .mERBVJ. w. B. BARKER, has purchase! the well-known Wagner Grocery Fourth Ave. and Tenth Street, and hopes to retain the cu9toni ot Lis predecessor. He will make s "great effort to perpetuate the good name of this Old Established Grocery -tint It bs always enjoyed by dealing only In the beat gondAT THE LOWEST riUCES. ROLLIN RTJICK, Successor to A damson Si Ruick, - Shop Nineteenth St., Wt. First and Second Avenue, Rock Island, 111. Ueueral Jobbing and Repairing promptly done. 5f-8eoG&LIIand Machinery bought, sold and repaired. New Elm Seet Grocery GEO. E. BROWNER, (Successor to Daoquard St Browner) FLOUR AJSHD FEED Family Groceries a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 3 December 1889

jJIK DAI LY AKQUg TtlRRDAT. IE UMIIKB 8 1HN9. T Arnica tattet pl-ur In printing to it reader toi;'ht the com pin report of rrcaUt'Ot Harrison'! first inesaajfe. to congrfM. Accordimo to Mr. Crroll D. Wright, the labor comroUsioorr, Illioolt leads lb nnloo la the cumber of lit illtoro Tbe total In 180 w.s 2,1'mC. aifalntt 1 071 In 1887. Of the total number Chicago alone contributed 8.134. urong argument In fa?or of tbe wnrl.lt Nir being held tliere. In their Mrt to tba wool grower of to United S'at-. the Ohio Wool Growers" aMociatlim tyt: ''The result of tlie last presidential election wai an emphatic expression by a iarye majority of the people la Nvor of a protective yitem f mbraclne nil our industries, inrludlog the protection of wool by name." The A Rot a confuses in Inability to ace the matter In i :t!y that light, Inaamuch aa Mr. Cli rclmod. the "free wool candN (late, received about 100,000 more Tolee than his high tariff opponent. Mr. liar rlson. 41 tha Thratre. CUo. Wilaon's...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 3 December 1889

THE HOCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 189. BASEMENT IB On Mon.iav . m. Pec. 21. we will oprn a new department In tba basement, ut.ilor our main store. It l dealried to k.-p this department at nil timet stocked with special brxln which cannot be duplicated at any other place. We open on Monday a, m. at 9 oVI.x k l.tNM) pairs ladle' rubber at 17c per pair. IV) gloria ailk umbrellas, gold or tiU vtr limllea, at t7 cents. 2 fro- web and rope halteis l(c U,v barn shovels at 83c. Long" bandied a'able shovels at 43o. Another hundred borne blanket! at ft"c ea'h. 10 aets good single harness, 4.75 p r DOLLS. Itlg doll, little dolls, negro dolls, japaiie dolU, china dolls, wai dolls, e ,uiiimii dolla, sailor dolls, papa and iimina doMs, crying dolls, laughing dolls, funny dolla, walking doll, baby dolls, ,,,t dolls and young dolls, knit dolls, rulihrr dotls. dressed dulls, rag dolls. Inili.trurtablo dolla, wahable dolls, jointed ,,.tl, deeping dolls, kid body dolls, dolls with teeth, wit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 3 December 1889

4L I '.-.JS- --, THE HOCK ISLAND AltGUB, TUESDAY, DECEM13EB 3, 1889. ' s .4 tl 1 "t 1 i The Q o o o 61 Q CO O O CO o 9 S co o co 3 CO " CO o c) -I C5 to . 3 MSI! no J 0 FAI R ' r o aw o 3 a o GO CO s- o ! p X co C3 CO CO C3 vCO 2 li 0 PI. I no The "FAIR," Poaxorrici Block, Book Island. THE WEDDING RING. HOW IT HAS BEEN,' REGARDED BY DIFFERENT PEOPLES. Ila-t en t'lDcar. Thumb or Tarn Sllvei and Cold Ring, and Ttivrc Different Office Where the ParrnU Attd t th Marriage Details, Iwluillii; Ring. Tbe trannition of the custom of using a ring at marriages from barbarism and paganism into tha Christian church was quit as easy as tha adoption of tha forms of pagan worship. It was probably taken from tha pagans of Italy as a part of tha marriaga ceremony. When the public betrothal finally became nearly obsolete, its evidence became the engagement ring, now used universally, while tha use of a ring at weddings at now peculiar to certain church organizations. The position of the ring on the ha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 3 December 1889

linlr-f LCilo. Basement bargains at McCbe Bros, u. ww m n.Mi 0n Xo w York Ibis mention of tbis fact tbat Dixon is displeased, but we hope it is not too late to rectify and give "honor to whom anna mo CITY CONCERNS. COUNCIL CLATTER. 3 imiiwiir tieneral Ha t COL. SANGER'S KKFO&T. II It l u SUPPLEMENT. NATIONAL AFFAIRS. FULL T t X Or TOEnAtKUt TIU.C Ot .V ItY ( kNKH ALL toN.tll.KllN. THE 6CHPLU3 TUKBlNU DIS tLfcM.N f. TftrlST KvUtb Krc:iiBUiiilJ--.ttur. hV4l felftlfift VvurvU aubaitl lrtct for ll.i Ucui MmlMltii-lll.ril l.fcl ul.oii far tb Colored Man. WasliUiLtuii, Dtc. a. To the beuate and house of represt-Ltalives: There are a lew tr.ujsuci.iuu8 in tne aiminiblraliou of the government that are even temporarily held in t!ie couti dence of those chared with the con duct of the public business. Every ttep taken is under the observation ot an intelligent and watchful people, The state of the union is known from day to day and suggestions as to needed legislation tiud an earl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 3 December 1889

lHg31QCK ISLAND AliGtJS. TUESDAY TRnrcrmu 3, 1889. lltGUSl ...... THE TOYS. R. o in he e n't fl Mr iff rt'fnrm a om. 1 . nil An iit I I) 10I1 I Tor itist 'hlct nritl a li l gi OliK '"Th un irij rot rl,., f tiH bt. I woo I nu 11. k'"' '.' -r1i I np nee my 1 pttr m lfl r r 5rln It. ve it 1 ' ah ill 1 ii tl pp "1 rc 1 at Frtok lands. These will not be used oppressively, but it cannot be allowed that those who by sullrauce occupy these lauds shall interpose to defeat the wise and beneilceut purposes of the government. 1 cannot but believe that the advantageous character of the offer made by the Cnited States to the Cherokee nation for a full release of these lands, as compared with other suggestions now made to them, will yet obtain for it a favorable coudition. Til K Ml'fltMMiKE NATION. Under the agreement made between the United Mates and the Muscogee (or Creek) nation of Iudians on the l'Jth day of January, 1vVJ, an absolute title was secured by the United States to about three and a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 4 December 1889

Rock Island Daily Argus. If you want to read 'all' the News take the Daily Argus. Largest and Best Faper In the Three Cities. VOL XXXVIII. NO 39. ROCK ISLAND, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 18S9. PRICE-FIVE CENTS. is the best on Pirth for s flvE Cents a cake. jflll good housd&tHirs usA. Mqooi Grocers sel itand M.fuffBANK&Co.. Chicago. malce if. M. YERBURY, Wrought CHA9. W. YERBURY. Manager. W. B. BARKER, has purchased the wki.l-known Wagner Fourth Ave. and Tenth Street, and hopes to retain the custom ot his predecessor. He will inihe a grunt effort to perpetuate the Rood name of this. Old Established Grocery -that it tits always enjoyed by dealing on!y In Ike best tr (.)- AT THE LOWEST TRICES. ROLLIN RUICK, Successor to Adanison & Kuick, PRACTICAL ypf MACHINIST, Shop Nineteenth St., bet. First and Second Ave-nue, Rock Island, 111. U-nerul Jobbinc and Repairing promptly done. l3y8eoond Hand Machinery bought, sold and repaired. New Elm Street Grocery GEO. E...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 4 December 1889

THE DAILY ARGUS Wrdskhdat. Pki-sjihm 4. 18H9. Ilsrrisaa " . PrrsMent Harrison's lint message to tb congress o( the L'ultod fMstes wit resd before that toly Tuesilsjr noon. Ia It leofttli It is the i (jiiitl of preceding ruesapes, but ft psper It larks tlie merit attached to thoso of et-Prrsldrnl CletelsDiI. The presMrnl It proline In hl suRitestions for reducing the surplus, wbich be considers mrnacing to the wel. far of tbe country, but none of llitm (lord the rrlief that n oTetstajril people di'tnsnd. Ho noommrnds that congress take prompt sctloo "with view to rnduolni the receipts of Ihft treasury to tbe nrrili of Ilic government as closely nred l." Anil this If tlm way tbe president Wimld do it: ftopral the tux on toWco and whisky used in the n kiid niiniifiictures; the enactment of prohibition and penal laws for the suppression of trusts, anil tbe retention of the present "protective" tariff; the granting of subsidies to ocean steamship linet and tbe enlargement of tbe pelIon l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 4 December 1889

THE HOCK ISLAND ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1S89. EASEMENT On Monday a. m. Dee. 2.1. w will nn a nrw department In Ibe basement. ui.clcr our main store. It U designed to krrp this department at nil 1 1 raft stocked wltb special bartfalna which cannot be duplicated st soy other place. We open on Monday a. m. at 9 o'clock l.OiH pairs ladies' robbers st 17c p,-r pair. W gloria ilk umbrullas, gold or siU ter hsdlca, st V7 cents. 2 am. good web and rope h alien 18c OimhI hum shoTels at 8'je. Iint; bandied stable shovels at 49c. Another bundred horse blankets at 8Ho each. 10 nets good single harness, $1.75 per set. DOLLS. dolls, little dolls, negro dolls, japanefe doll, china dolls, mix dolls, es qmmaua dolls, sailor dolls, papa and mama dol's. crjinif dolls, laughing dolls, funny dolls, walking dolls, baby dolls, nld dolls and young dolls, knit dolls, rubber dolls, dressed dolls, rag dolls, iniliKirurtable dolts, washable dolls, jointed dull, sleeping dolls, kid body dolls, dolls with ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 4 December 1889

THE HOCK ISLAND ARGUS. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1S89. J "1 i ; I ft 4U The 'FAIR 0 '-A 1 o "8 O si o g o - Q o o CD o X o Z x 2 EaS S3 X "3 2 X X C5 "5 flISlI m o o O C3 IX c & "58 o X o .3 .5 x X o x cz o X 3 C 13 11 0 3 PA MO The "FAIR," Pobtofiici Block, Book Island. jimn ji A Story of American Frontier Life. By Oapu CHARLES KING, TJ. 8. A, thorof"ThCotoner$ Daughter" "From tkr RankM." "Th DferUr," Ete. OofirrlirblMl 1888 by J. R. Llpplncoct Company. ItillaoVlphia, sod publisbed by special arrmn uenl through tbe American Frew Asaoctatioa. CnAPTER XIV. group t lint gathers there a moment later is as intt-restiil a party as the central figure are net her left foot to the groun.! an.l still encirtlo.1 by Perry' arm, Mis M;iitl:irnl sti.rels leaning heavily on hist hreust. She- i. very pale for a moment, partly from exhaustion, partly from pain, for there was no time to free her foot from the stirrup. nnJ the ankle is severely wrenelietl. Nolan, riderless now am) cast loose...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 5 December 1889

Island "Daily Argu Largest and Best Papor in the Three Cities. If you want to read 'all" the News take the Daily Argus. VOL XXXVIII. NO 40. ROCK ISLAND, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 18S9. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Rock Old To . On The J -iOAP is the best on rtRTH for fjVEfENTS a cake. ssS?v nrW II good fyousel(uHi.r& vjls.. Meood crocers sell itdr?d N.KfAiRBNKCo.t Chicago, make it M. YERBURY, PL AT Wrought aiJ ll.V V. YKUBURY. Manager. W. B. BARKER, has purchased the wki.l-known Wagner Fourth Ave. and Tenth Street, - -tiiid hopes to retain the custom ot his predecessor. Hi- will mnke a great eflort to ptTpeluoU; the good name of this Oid Established Grocery hat tt bits always enjoyed by thai ins; only in the liest irods AT THE LOWEST miCES. ROLLIN RTJICK, Sncresaor to A damson & Ruick, SBT v a, , a eaavw hhop Nineteenth St., bet. First and Second Avenne, Rock Island, 111. General Jobbing and Repairing promptly done. t3r"Becond Hand Machinery bonght, Bold and repaired. New E...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 5 December 1889

THE DAILY ANGUS JOHN W POTTr B. Thursday, IikcrmniCH B 1889. Chicago lUra'4 A ummary of the trikes for the yrsr ending Not. 1. 1889, but been l.ued liy tlie New York Reform c'ub. Ii thn a curium stain of things for lb intern wbloli claim to (jive labor llgb wane anil steady work. Or the S'ifl Important strike sinre the elec'ton of Tradebooraer lUrrlmo, 199 were In pro teclad lailu.irlrt and r canard In almoat iter? cae Ij a reduction of wage. The? included iik worker 'protected" by a tariff of SO rr f0'; eonl miners "protected" by a tariff of 73 cent a ton; steel rail workirt "protected" to the ei tentoftl? a too, copper miner, carpet weavers, wire drawer. clf(rmakers, thread spinner anil Bcarlj every other rla of labor In liinbly proterteil Industrie. N'.irif i.f the campaign promiura put forth to elect H't lUrrison hare been kept, and the promlnc that hi victor would tirinif irurlly, lityU Watfeaand everything '" that rverybndf want hav failed to materials like tha rent. Ir prin.u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 5 December 1889

THE HOCK ISLAND ARGUS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1889. KIYEESIDE Cook Stoves j Ranges, RIVERSIDE OAK STOVES. Boynton Celebrated Furnaces, MASON &. DAVIS' Wrought Steel Ranges and Steel Dome Furnaces. .Estimates for Heating an 1 Vefililatingfnrnished on application. DAVID DON, it: 17 StronJ avenne, Rook Island, Ills. STATIONKRY. Wall Paper AT Factory I-Vices-?, Common Grades cent?. Wain Gilt 4J cents. Embossed Gilts 10 to 15 cents. Borders from $c to 4 cents per yard. r. We have decided to co out of the Wall Paper trade entirely mi.! wi-li (i (! out ttis stock. KINGSBURY & SON, 1705 Secend Avenue. H O M ft WINDOW RASMUSSEN'S Holiday Offer; UNTIL JAN. 1. W r(i rvi-rv onlT ( Cartinet Photographs w will reert an extra 1' n'M ImiiiNnrui lf framed in a ffuld furniahed frame, well worth 1,00. . ..mM nirif-t Hint purlieu who wih to Rem) Puntn attrnad for i II .li.!nt WitiM ilo well to efface a H'ltinij nl an early d itf. To 1725 Second Avenue, Iock Inland. OVER THE RIVER...

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