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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 29 September 1894

8 THE ARG 8. SATURDAY. 8EPTEMBER 29. ICJ4. ADLAI IS COMING. Vice President Stevenson to Speak Here. TEE BATE FEIDAY, OCT. 12. T. Mma late r.UUcl Immi at Harper Tkeatre Bewk Island Coaaty to k. Boa- Sacretary Nelson, of the demo cratic state central committee, tele graphed the Rock Island connty democratic committee this morning mat arrangements bad been made lor Vice President A. K. Stevenson to peak in Rock Island Friday evening, Oct, 12. A Oraad Occaaloa. rians were immediately completed for the event. Harper's theatre being seen red, and the occasion when the Tice president of the nation honors the city by his visit will be the grand rally of the campaign in Rock Island. TEMPERANCE TALKS. lrlaM Awarded to the Yoang People Who Disease, The United Presbyterian church was filled last night to hear the read ing of essays by the young people of the connty on the subject ol temper, ance.. The contest was inaugurated by tbe Young People's Christian I'nion for the purpose of stimulating ...

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 1 October 1894

AND AKGUa ROCS ISLAND, ILL., MONDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1634 PRICE THREE CE3T3. ISJL COURT RULINGS Two Important Proceedings Today. NORTHERN PACIFIC CASE. United States Appeals Re verses Judge Jenkins. The District Grand Jury" Finds Indictments. NEWSPAPER MEN HELD. They Refused to Testify when Directed. Before the Senatorial Inves tigation. CniCAoo. III., Oct. 1. The United States court of appeals this morning hamleti down a decision reversing in part Judge Jenkins' decision in the Northern Pacific injunction case. The injunction restrained the rail road men frcm striking, and caused the appointment ot the Boatner in vcstirating committee, which criti cised Judge Jenkins severely. Imllrtvil for Con tempt. Washington, Oct. 1. The grand iiirv of the criminal court of the Via trict of Columbia brought into court this afternoon indictments against II. O. Havemeyer and John K. Scarlis, of New York, and Allan Imu'm Seymour, of this city. The men were indicted for refusing to answer questions put ...

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 1 October 1894

THE ARGUS. MONDAY, OCTOBER 1, 194. rj Si i EsUbli&od 1868. "THE CLORELIABLE." HA7ES & CLZAVXLAKB UUUi MUSICS lORI RcrwnBUBft otot 40 Million Dollars l Ctl UKU JTira Ltfa. Tornarto. AoclJerit. Marine, Employer's Liar.dlity -INSURANCE. B . cf Suretyship. OPftCS Saaprtoa'a blocs ttoek Talaad, l.la. trBcare oar raioa: tb.y will interest you. J. ML BUFORD. General . . . Insurance Agent. 1 ii oi" riri Mid T me-lrien Comp.nl. fUrr.til. Lcsscs Pr:aptlv Paid. Iluta. aa In a. any raMabie company tn affmM vm t'atrnnare u oo'.lrluxi. STATS SAVINGS BANS. Molina, III. MR-.. vomor rititraia street and Third A CAPrfAL 100.000.00. S8c.t U Kulltc iwUua liu. Ursantsai IU- . rtE3T i5IEuI5T fill) 05 DEPOSIT!. Organised nnd.t B'-ata Law a. 0rf from a. m. to I r. a., and w-aurtiiay and raisiuay uw itgu; to apm rornr. strew, - . mwidas' It A. Ara.wnwra, . . Vlcs-Pse. lnt i. t. Uuimi, ... chalet ntUTOMI r-iftet Stimuir. W. W. W.:ia, '.A. Hom, i. A. Alnrwrnn, U. B. W. Lt. Ailui, AiHlraw rnixir, :. r....

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 1 October 1894

THE ARGUS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 1. 1894. 1 ars' experience in stove making I w taught us how to make a stove as it sh t a liuw 10 maKe a stove as it should Iki made. 30 years testing of Jewel Stoves and Ranges has tvodIc that Show to I lx.-st.They tic iu de- y tcit m con- y economical "f moderate in m an styles at iiik; ii.uirii 1 3 "WtAJViTVS. I r a n n BBs BBBhaBBa vaaw m m t V aBam. to sec them f rr. If vouSM $ j udgc ofJ RGESTSTOVEPlAMriM THE WIRI n J a!)uvc trade mark will prevent Sustain Home Industry On Tap everywhere. Only Union labor employed. The Rock Island Brewing Company, success ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, I. Huber's City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's Bottling Works, has one of the most complete Brewing establishments including Bottling de partment in the country. The product is the very best. Beer is bottled at the brewery and delivered to any part of the tri-cities, and may be ordered direct from the head of...

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 1 October 1894

4 THE AKGU8, MONDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1894. I " I 1,1 1 11 1 - T"- It ' 3 - ) 3 111! THE AllOUS. rat-luted Daily ul Waaktjr at ISM Bwond iwMt Koct Island in. J. W. POTTt, PCftLISBKK. Titty-' .1H, If, atnta pat . WhIl!;, $1.C pr.r unm; ta advance $15.1. 'I rmanaalrMiaM of acrtttralar ara-aiatwita-tl f burnt ter, political or relltfotn, aanat baw rl aunt a'Uetwtt fne nMlmtkm. No aarh article will N r1rtrj em rt:itm airoatare-a. C rrraturf snltciu-d f rum t-r-rar lownbl t a fctw-a Wlaml cnmit. IRMH'KATIC TKKKT. rrT. T"o ntor FnAKKt.ni atArncAnn Pot iii,t. .f HclKK.Ut Ilit-tr.T Kaab Fur Trrvnm UrnXAinrt J. CLAiwrrr Trr.f the Tnl. i ra Ji-lia lt.'TH. nty ol llli. Tatl"K c. r-i a-toc-ris, Ai.tia I Pleasant. rn.Naai.nioaAL. Fur MrxlM-r ofOonfTcrf Josa W.OLoa "ar llttn, of Ova. A-maiMjr J. H. Xi-luua CCCi-TY. FnrConntT Jaiica Pur Conrtjr Clrrk Cuiv n Waicmas Far !ht r S . utkLi w. Nova Fur Trenaunr.. fiai-a D. Gor.no Fur .. of Be boo! CnAKxcr D. Kabkuall M on oat, OiTonKK 1. 1894. I nii-.iiWMAN O...

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 1 October 1894

Young St Mc Combs Advertising properly contested should be a jiuide and help to purchasers It is our policy to state the facts exactly, as they are without exaggeration, and we guarantee everything to be as advertised. New Dress Goods. Anotln r lot of douhlo fold Scotch p'.nids received too late for ',-t wri-k. will p at Sic per yard. ;,. nil. re when thiw are jjone. :i'i-ini'h check plaids, covert ,;, il'T nnd fancy velours, worth up w 'i'. p at -;c jM-r Yard. Dig ;ni inch double fold tricots, all v., !.; and worth up to 42c per yard, :it "Ac per yard. r A::c!lnT fresh invoice of those 50 itu li ti r m series received, sold , -rwl'i rc and culled cheap at Mc, 'i i ::t '" per nrd. Ilii'iivin daily our new fall ,i,.rk of drcs oods, and ovvin;; to ,!;:. tune, the mv tariff nrd luiy- f"f pi't rash only, cnnldes lis .. - vi' yi.u a sujicrir article nt .. it never olTrred he fore. In t., -'linn iiiv itcd. j.il in cnlico dress pattern fit up in 10 yard piece, and cost ii ti' to manufactur...

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 1 October 1894

6 THE ARGUS. MONDAY. OCTOBER 1. 18M4. CITY CHAT. October 1. Boy a borne of Rcidj Bros. Blackburn A Co. tomorrow, lasnre with Huetlng & Hoeft. Men' sweaters at McCabe Bros'. McId tyre-Reck Co. tbit week for dress goods. Mdntyrc.Rcck Co. for silks, vel rets and trimming. An opportunity in dress goods tbis week at MeC'aiie Kro Seethe new line of siile board at Clcmann A Salxraann's. linn. E. W. llnrsl left last evening ror Nebraska on business. Ostrich and eocqne fenther boas and collarettes at McCabe Bros'. tiolf capes, the latest eastern nov elty, now on sale at McCabe Bros1. Money to loan on real estate secur ity. Apply at Jackson A Hunt's. All the latest in fall styles at Blackburn A CVs. opening tomor row. A very fine residence on Eighteenth street for sale at a bargain, by Reidy Bros. ' Millinery opening, Tuesday and Wednesday at J. II. C. Petersen's Sons'. Miss Lncia Mackensie has gone to St. Louis to enter a musical conserv atory. William McEniry returned from a business tr...

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 2 October 1894

VOL XT.TT. HO 295 . KOCK ISLAND. ILL., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2. 1834 " Mrw mmm mmvo tai nnm r,TMrcc c r ; XIII K X T llll'l' ! wc WAK. U11U11U 11 UU1. Jim Corbctt Will Not Fight Fitzsimmons. OLYMPIC CLUB IGNORED. O'Donncll Must First be Con quered. M it tin Irons Charged With a Grave Crime. CYCLONE AT WICHITA, KAN Hays Numerous Pranks, but no Serious Damage. Senator Hill Confers With New York Democrats. Nrw York. tvt. a . Cuj.t.iln Glori. Hob Fit .ImmoiiH, Arthur Lutulcy and Chiirlio White have met W illiam Urmly, Jjimcs J. C.rl. tt in.-umtfi-r. Captain tiliiri pited n I forfeit for Kitzsiiutitfms io fljrht t .irU tt t.nt finish f..r tbti VurlJ'i chain Ii.in,hip. BriMly ousted aimthor tl.nuound ciit.tv:l a counter ciiullcti.v to Kitzsim ln.itis mi lvtmlf uf Steve O'lfcinnt-U. "Will t.iii cover Fitzsimrniin's money r" Brady was asked. -Nil," lit- shouted. " "Will you rover O'llonni-H's money?" l'it-.i:iiiiniii wiih a-U.l, anU he shouted "N" so lotul t!nt every one In the build ing heard h...

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 2 October 1894

THE ARGUS. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1894. f V-I1. i 1 31 if 1 r 5-J (t n i. !; 1 if L . Hi : it- lmmtAKOB. Eit4blibed 1868. "THE OLDRELIABLE." HATES & CIEAVXLAHB xmuAX. RtVKMDtlnf oyer 40 Million Dollar, of Cans UNti 7lr Uf. Tornvlo. onldABt. Marine, Employer's Liability IS St RAN CE. t?in1 of Bbrvcyafclp. Cfl IOaV-lUetoas Moc Mock IsUad, Ills. s.fS.cara ear rata; Ibay wiU tnwrest yua. J M. BUFORD, General . . . Insurance Acnt. L:sscs Frcsiptlv Piii- toes as V a. wj Mll!l temptcy cn afford Yoot fsirouatfs la ao'tQitsd. PAITKS. THE MOLlNi. STAI2 SAVINGS BAUS. Holme, 111. oflU. Corner Flfteeitk street and T&lrd a. CAFTTAL, 100.000.00. fon-esilsUir M.il'nc tT102 Irans. Organised MM s FtCkt istehsst f&m h deposits. Organised aider State Law. Ops .'rem a. m. to a a., and Wednesday aad miaruay aiftnts rroaiTiosp rmtti Haiswsit, . President L. A. iHFWnT, . - Vlca-Pm.iJ.nl 1. t. liaasswsi. ... cwuer OiaarroKP! r-irtir .lunar. W.W. We'le, C. A. More, 1 . A. Alnswona, l. H. Br'warja, ....

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 2 October 1894

THE ARGUB. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2. 1894. r sustain Home Industry On Tap everywhere. Only Union labor employed. The Rock Island Brewing Company, success ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery I Kuber's City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's Bottling Works, has one of the most complete Brewing establishments including Bottling, de partment in the country. The product is the very best. Beer is bottled at the brewery and delivered to any part of the tri-cities, and may be ordered direct from the head offices on Mo line avenue by Telephone. Call for Rock Island Brewing Co. Beer. 1. l'.IT.KE, l'ri'ii!cnt. JOHN JOEBS, Vice President. ERNEST WAGNER, Sec. and Trerr Plumbers, Steam and Gas Fitters. I Island Heating Amusements. B (litis Opera House, r a vrv tr.T3 and Plumbing Co. Hot Water Heating Deer Pumps f 17th st. & Island. 111. Tel. No. 12S8 Ml Agents for the Parma. WILLIAM EMIG he Fashionable Merchant Tailor Has the most replete line of n...

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 2 October 1894

4 THE AUGUS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2. 1894. THE AltGUS. rsMUbss IMty sad Wsekly at IBM Sacotid iwiii, Back Iaiand IU. J. W. POTTBB, - PtJBUsHIR. 1 BHUh Usllr, mm mui per ihI. Wifkl;, fi.ni p main; la sdranreSl m. All eoonaintruion of aerltlra or srirsaenta. t1 eharai.tcr, porltteal or retlfftnaa, mart bam rral wunl attack fnr pahlloatloa. Ho inch artlclaa will k printed ortr Srt'tlon fltrnatnrra. ftirrrapondciMF solicited tnia try township ta Rek ivtond ensaw. Ir.MOCKATIC TICKET. PTATS. Tor vraiAr ..Fbakkus Kactkoh for ut of ftchools IIeurt Raa Pot Tr urr Bckvard J. CLAMcrr Trnnt lh Ct.U 1 fa Jti.ia 11. Pawn. ruy v( l.li- -J Tatlor c. Viisduiii, aulr Calvim L. FLSasaXTs. roeai.sioSAU For S!t.. hr ofCongrca Jorai W. Olkoi For Vera, of Oeo. A miuVj J. U. JIcllioam ror.TT. For Cmnty Ja4&t . T-n contitT Clrrk Cmun Waidiahk FnrMwrff Ciam w ' to r Fnr TrmmM Otki-a P. Oovnoa Forfni'i of cImm: Ciiaui.ks It. Maradaix 1l'DAT, Ot'ToKEK 2. 1894. Tiik Nrw York priTs state th.it a Daviil ha conic ...

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 2 October 1894

THE ARGUS. TUESDAY", OCTOBER 2, 1894. oung S Mc Combs Advertising properly contested should be a guide and help to purchasers. It is our policy to state the facts exactly, as they are without exaggeration, and we guarantee ever) thing to be as advertised. Nt w Dress Goods. nitlnr lot of double fold Scotch p'.riiiU received too late for t fi K. ill at 8.1c per yard, mure when thee aro gone, iiiini-h check idaida, covert nnl fancy velours, worth np .ir, i.-o at l'5c per yard. Big : in-!. ;; in. h double fold tricots, all . .1 :iml worth up to 42c pt-r yard, :it ;' jH-ryard. A'ii.iIiit frcr.li invoice of those AO. Ii t.Tiii nerves received, sold .. wlicn- and called cheap at Cite, i: .Vv per yard. i;, i l iving daily our new fall , ' .'( rvn rood. and owinj to ;' nine, the low tariff and buv ; f.T p"t each only, enables lis jcii a suiM-rinr article at , 4 never ofTercd before, Iu- :i,.n invited. i, i:l in calico dress patterns i in W yard pieces, and cost : to manufacturer than wc ask....

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 2 October 1894

THIS ARGUS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2. 1KH. CITY CHAT. Lettuce mt Hess Bros. Intare with Huesing & Hoeft. Tears and quinces at Hess Bros'. Oysters and celery at Hess Bros'. Quince ana sweet apples at itnncncrs. C. Walker went up to Chicago jast night. Bouct lamps fl.93 at Young & MCl'vmbi. Col. Henry Curtis left last night lor cnicago. Michigan and New York grapes by the basket at Hens Bros'. Michigan peaches and New York grapes by the basket at Buncher's. Money to loan on real estate secur ity. Apply at Jackson & Hurst'. Note prices on dinner sets in the large advertisement of Young & Mc Co nibs'. Clemann & Kallmann's furniture stere will remain open in the evenings hereafter. D. Murphy, of the firm of Biake & Murphr, went to Peoria this morning in business. Henry Frahm. the well known Davenport brewer, died suddenly yesterday, aged 42. Direct from New York the later.t styles are those shown at the open ing of Blackburn & Co's. Attend the grand millinery open i...

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 3 October 1894

ROOK- ISJL AND AJRGU& VOL XUL 170 236 THE JAPS' ADTMICE The Mikado's Army in the Rear of Lanchun. CONSTERNATION SPREADS Warlike Movement on the Part of France. The Madagascar Island Ports Blockaded. BRITISH CABINET MEETS. Hastily Summoned to Discuss the Situation. Undisguised Preparations for Trouble. Shanghai, Oct. 3. The governor of Kirin Manchuria reports that the Japanese have landed in the rear of l.aurhun. The whole providence is in a Mate of consternation. KrMirtd Japan Captures. Shanghai. Oct. S. It is reported the Japanese have captured Kin Lien Chenp. on the eastern side of the Yoln river. Of the 150.000 men who have gathered at PeUn for the de fence of the city only 70.000 are ef fectively armed. 'The Japanese landed north of the Yellow river to intercept n transport of troops from the south hy way of the (lunrd canal to Tien Tin. The Japanese Ueet of 17 ships is blockading the gulf of IVchi Ti. 1'ranrw's Warlike Movement. Astoskaivo. Madagascar, Oct. 3 A Mockadu of t...

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 3 October 1894

THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1894. Hi 1 ii lSBUKAJTOM. E3abllshd 1CC3. "EE CLDRELUELE." XXAYE3 ft CIXAVELAUO nriBAi. SfiDCSl KEjH HcpmwUac ow 40 Million Dollar of Oas assets Tie Life, Tom ado. Aoetdaat, Marin, Employer's Liability INSURANCE. rntdn of 8onrtyshlrw Ofricl-lwploil Mock Bock bind, Ilia. are w ratas; they win tntareet 70m. M. BUFORD, jcncral . . Insurance Agent Tbe old Fire ud Tune-trie Oorapaaiae atad. Losses PromptlT Paid. M tow m any reliable aompaay eas Tear Fatronaee ta ao'lelted. dor BA1TK8. THE MOLINi. STATE SAVINGS BANS. Uolioe, HI. OSee Cornet ftfteeata .treat tad Third A? CJLPITAI. 8100.000.C0. aceeaS. the Moltne Sanaa Baa. Organised 1SS Orgaated oadsr Btata Lawa. Opa froa a. as. to 1 1 m aa4 Weaneaday and oatoraay ugoia mT to Bps nmiu eaiaaia, . Piaaldnt . A. Aaawoarm, Ylea-PrMtdrat . w. avauawAT. ... cm! Biaacroaai rwut Sklaaat, W. W, Walla, O. A. Iowa, H. A. Alnmaorta, 0. Btwmrd, W. n. Adana, Amim Mnn, c. t. BaaMBway, aUiaai DarliM. Western Investments GU...

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 3 October 1894

The Stove i W n 4 r4-S M i S II UcS LlOn t - n I The trade mark of the largest a i ai . . . r Sio c piaui iu mc wona is ;-,vi rind fmar?iTifrfA rf rt- I, i . v O - v i ii m a sign by which the per 1. 1 f . j stove can do equally as well n i -i u iui never nraiirni ;t;.ecxpcri. vsKioscetnem ucaiers. Tins is the mar ustaln jome Industry On Tap everywhere. Only Union labor employed. The Rock Island Brewing Company, success ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, I. Ruber's City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's Bottling Works, has one of the most complete Brewing establishments including Bottling de railment in the country. The product is the very best. Beer is bottled at the brewery and delivered to any part of the tri-cities, and may ordered direct from the head offices on M0 ine avenue by Telephone. 1 . r.UKKE, 1'rcsident. JOHN JOERS, Vice Tresidfint. Plumbers, Steam and Gas Fitters. Eo:k Island Heating and Plumbing Co. Hot Water Heat...

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 3 October 1894

THE ABGUB, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1894. THE ARGUS. rtkteM Odf aa Week? at MM iwm Back 111 Q. J. W. POTTBB, Tains Dtilf, erea HlWlt WMkly, 1.00 re tna;ta saraacett JS. A3 coBMiialmlo of s ttlUcal at aumeata- imi, seBtieal e reUctoea, area have feel MM aitecaes for peeUeatfea. o eeck rtttlea ana ae ariatc4 eeer tcrtioaa tenant. rorTeepeeAeaee MRatt4 rroai eeer lowaeMp la t-wa Ulaa4 anaaty. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. mtt, Foe Srato Ttunua Vuntra Tot li. of Rtboola Bmt IUab Fee Traorr tuiuo J. Ctaeetrr Trow of trrU ( Ob Jcvu U. rra. rtty o Tm c ruiDtni, fcO,f . ( 1'U.TIB L. PLxaa.-Te, rovatfiKiAU Fof If eat NT ofCoafrru Josai W. Ouos Tat mm. of On. A mb,.j....J. U. X cruets COCaTT. For Coaztr J tic Tor Coer.tr Or Ciibk Waisbact Tar atr.ff. CaaaLss w. Stora Pot Tresrr Cvar D. Gaeoo Tor sr of Srbool CaaaLM B. Kiwuu Vftldat, 0tobi.r 3 1894. J i !r,! vi from today's weather. Senator Cul.orn must alreaJy be headed in this direction. Jvr. M. Dvnox. alitor of the Crth.ce, Republican, died very pB-Mi-il...

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 3 October 1894

oung Mc Combs Advertising Drooerlv rnntrt o i J fllvsulVA uc . guide and help to purchasers. It is our rolicy to state the facts exactly 3 thsMr or a r - j i mivj Ui w without exaggeration, and we guarantee ever) thing to be as advertised. New Dress Goods. .,,.t!i-r lot of double fold Scotch I. ,!:iM.t rrcelyed too late for w.ik. will po at 8Jc per yard. wlicn thcc arc gono. io.h cheek plaids, covert L. and frrncv velours, worth np i, . p) ai per vara, isig iiuh double fold tricoU, all nJ worth up to 42c per yard, ..: -''' per yard. l intlitT fresh invoice of those 50- turm Hi-rcfi received, sold and called cheap at G9e, : ; v ixt vara. i M-civinjr daily our new fall , f lire poods, and owing to ;inir. the low tariff and buv. ( rpot cash only, enables us .v. Ti.u a huiiermr article at , tii-viT offered before. In. lii.n invited. j.it. in calico dress patterns up in li yard pieces, and cost t.i manufacturer than we ask. pattern complete for 67c. :X id it. Cotton Datts. : i:ro white c...

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 3 October 1894

6 THE ARGU8. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3. 1GU4. CITY CHAT. Unci Hiram 5c cigar. Sweet cider at W. A. Ehleb's. Insure with Huesing ft Hoeft. Pressed chickens at Hess Bros'. Tears for pickling at Bancher's. Choice can J i flower at W. A. Ehleb's. Tears for preserving at W. A. Eh- leo s. Bulk oysters and celery at Hess Bros . Teaches bj the basket at Browner Qoince anil sweet apples at W. A. r.airu s. Home made dill pickles at Brown er i o s. Oysters, celery and cranberries at tsancner s. Cauliflower. radishes and egg plant ai urowncr & to . The Uncle Hiram sells. Why 5c. for sale everywhere. Miss Claire (lilmore is confined to her home with illness. lettuce, cauliflower, spinach atd ranhcs at ness tiros . Icleware granes in two-pound w'ifs ai . a. r.bieo s. Msj. Ales Mackenzie returned from M. Louis this morning. W. W. Bowlbv and John Ohlweiler are hunting near St. Taul. Tokay, Delaware and Concord grapes at Browner & Co's. Monroe Kohn and family left for Minneapolis last evening. Mo...

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 4 October 1894

ROCK AND ARGUa VOL. XUL HO 297 FREE SILVER. The Democratic Committee of Ohio Sounds It. ADDRESS ISSUED TODAY. The Voters of the State Ap pealed to. The View That Tariff Reform Has Now Won. MONEY IS SUPREME ISSUE. Human Bodies Washed upon the Shore at Key West. General Drift of the Day's Happenings. roiiNRt s, O.. Oct. 4. The dem neratic state executive committee of which A. V. Thurman. son of Allen i;. Thurman. is president, issued an ti'hlress to the voters of Ohio today, to the effect that tariff reform hav ing won, the money question is now the supreme one before the country. It is a long argument under 20 heads in favor of the free coinage of silver; declares the money supply was cnt in two when silver was demonetized in T3; that gold has been steadilv appreciating in vnlue. and labor and product decreasing in price ever since, because the production of gold i not sullicicnt to keep pace with the increase in population und business, and the supply is not great enough tn furnish ...

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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