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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 18 October 1894

6 rflE ARGUS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 18D4. CITY CHAT. War on prices Young A McCombs. Sweet eider at Hei Bros' Balk oysters at Buncher's. abbot, with Haesing & Hoe ft. n,n. Bea T. Cable is in Chicago. Young & McCombs always under- See the new lamp at Young & Me Combs'. Call and get prices at Weckel & lMsfg's. Michigan peaches by the basket at lies Bros. Ben C. Keator went up to Chicago last night. Fatrick Tobin, of Joslin, was in the city today. 11.50 pnrchaM or over, fine lamp, Young ft McCombs. Lettuce, cauliflower and choice celery at Hess Bros'. Granulated snptr, 22 pounds fortl at Weckel A PsmI's. Cauliflower, choice celery and head lettuce at Buncher's. Cider vinegar, 10 cents per gallon at Weckel I'aosig's. George D. Mooro, of Port Byron, was in the city yesterday. The 4.f 0 dress novelties can't be beat Young A McCombs. Boys' henry shoes, suitable for school wear, $1, at Dolly Bros'. James Norman, of Port Byron, was a Rock Island visitor yesterday. The MUsoss E...

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. — 19 October 1894

EOOK ISJLAMD ABGUa CRIME S LIST. Two Boys Hanged at St. Paul. CRIMINALS IN YOUTH. A Maniac Commits a Double Tragedy. Another of the Ohio Victims Dead. .- LATE NEWS OF THE CZAR. His End Rapidly Approach ing. Miscellaneous News Happen ings of the Day. . st. Tail, Oct. 19. This morning ('buries Krmisch ami Otto Wonigheit were handed for the cold blooded mur ilcr of a lar-keeicr named Lindholfon tin' niu'lit of Mny 2, while holding up the neiMi pants of the saloon to rob the place. Hoth were under age, but continued criminals. They died without flinching. fcnrw How Maajr Wrr. 1'r.Mnt. four Makison. Iowa. Oct. 19 J:inu O. Donley was hanged here ihi a'ternoon. When Sheriff Eld riilf asked him if he had anything t' jay. he replied, addressing those present: "You hnve violated the l.i . The law allows only 17 persons in witm ! an execution; there are 25 jiT-ent now and more coming. The jor man can violate the law and mint MiiTor the penalty, the rich ninn ran do the same and goes free. I 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. — 19 October 1894

a THE ARGU8, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, ICJ4. the travelers' guide. Qbioaoo, bock islaitd pacific luflway Depot wmr Ftftt mnw sad TalKy-arel rest. Frank H. Flaauevr, Afnt TBAIBS. WM, Panvsi Halted A Pasha. Fa. Wavth. Dsavav a K. n. a:Mam t lr u t1t:40 sa 111 a. c n. e mm Ms iOWtt bHH CttT. :l5a OBiilt A Dm atnlas Ex. . toamhs Dee Motae Eg. Pwm. Uacoht Omaha., ft. rani Mraaoa po.... IK. PMI A HlBOMDOlla... tjoh 11: Was t non tl:1lia t.inam t Sire pa t:laa t:tOpm til o n t:ua ll:Wpa t:Xla P t:Maa r:s ls:M M. Joesph, Atchison tLG, jivnvav, rt. won a. C. tKaaaa City St. Joseph. IRoa lataoi Wasfalagtaa. iCkteaaw ADe MUm 1 :laa limn rls:Mai I 1:1s pi Arrival. All T. U.TIVWMM, AgU BtrcUJHGTOW KOUTB-C., B. A 9. nAIL way Depot Flnt imu and aUlaenta atiass. m.l. Yong, ipH S. I . IIHWM,.., St. Limit E apt ass... ST40 Ml IJb pa 7:10 m T:apm :mpm 10:aS urn :4A pat l:pm T :no am Da baas. pteriisg nwnwr. Sapa CB1CAOO, MILWACKEE ST. FACL rUTrwav Baeta S iHMlm Dtvtton TVpos Tveattotk MmL aotwswa Fin im ocu...

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. — 19 October 1894

THE ARGUS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19 1C34. . 3 1 1 1 1 in , m m . '"Sin tin Where 1 Heat Goes Jcr w Ket results. This, is but one of the common stove troubles that blvc leen overcome in Jewxl Stoves and Ranges. They throw out all the heat generated. They make neither dirt or trouble and burn little fuel. As for looks they are the vh.nI'onicst stoves made. Sold by all dealers. Look for Trade Mark. 5X I TTn V. -v: , i- w viumaey. you nave to I drive the stove all the time in la 15 S 5s lUBMiilSHHEaiinawi I. ee our Fall nd Winter Suits. Our purpose in advertising is tp let everybody who buys clothing-that .is all mankind here about know that our suitings are in, and the .yiayw. tn me cuy. you are respecttully invited to call and see the latest in patterns and styles. B. Call and leave yourorder. Z MM Star Block, opposite Harper house. J. T. DIXON MERCHANT TAILOB And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens. 1706 8econd Avenue. !rV y 1 J I-ELT'S CREAM BALM-nniiim the KininR Braaa.AIIay lain .! Inflammatln...

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. — 19 October 1894

THE AjiaUQ, tklDAY. OCTbBXSR 10. 1094. THE ARGUS. rMiM DaUy aa WMkly at MM iund lock lataaa m. J, W- Poma, Fnunii TBUn-DaU M wmtt fMWMk. WmUt, ss.cs par am; ta a?aaetl JDt AO MmHtMlin of cMcd st ttvs shwattot. pouawl or mUcIots, m hv Ml mm stfrtiS for MbMMta. Mo nick BftJelss wta m prteua mt ftctlUou Onci ilt.n totterta tron evar HiwUHii DEMOC RATIO TICKKT. VTA TV. Tar Mastar rttnui If actus. Tm Sat. oC Bcbool. Bmr Raa Fof Tmhm.. Biuiabd J. CXawitt Trwrt UmT7bI. I Db JniA M. Karra vvr-tty of IUi Tarum a Ci.xTrimi, w. VAITUI 1 f ..AAAAATB. fnxtumouu Far Mrnbor ofCoagnaa Joa IT. Olao. For Mais, of Com. A-tembly.... J. H. McixiaA. OOC1TT. For Cocntv Jade For Oocety Olcrk Cim.ii G. WALD.Aitii For Sheriff Cbabim W. Kmc For lYmmutr Crass D. Oobdoh For Sort, of Schools CiAiin B. Mam.au. 1 kidat, October 19, 1894. MfTr thousand democrats will march in Chicago tomorrow night to me iudcs 01 ou oanas 01 music. PArtR tires for bicycles are now the talk. The rubber lasts two season, but it is cl...

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. — 19 October 1894

Sustain Home Industry THE ABQU& FRHUlr, OCTOBEB 19. icbi. On Tap every where. 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 offices on Mo line avenue by Telephone. Call for Rock Island Brewing Co. Beer, NEW FALL WALL PAPERS Picture Framing A Specialty. Adams Wall Paper Company, 310, 312 and 314 Twentieth street Biggest Store. Biggest stock in the three cities. Trade With Adams Latest Style In Ladies Turn And Welt Shoes. No Shelf worn Footwear Hut Fresh From The Factory. $3 Latest Styles Gentlemen's Wear In Calf, Enamel And Colt-Skin. Comfort And Durability Combined. ...

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. — 19 October 1894

.THE ARGUS, FBI DAT, OCTOBER 19. r 1 1 Hi Shoe sale at Dolly Bros'. Dressed chickens at Long's. Oysters and celery at Long's. iaiur with Huesing A Hoeft. Foot ball at S p. m. tomorrow. Aogustana vs. I. S. U. tomorrow. Augustana vs. Iowa City tomor row. Cauliflower and head lettuce at Buacher's. A new line of hall trees atClemann A Salamann's. 5 and 16 men's shoes going at 3 at Dolly Bros'. E. B. Stone, of Tort Byron, was in the city today. Dressed chickens at Buncher's Spencer grocery. The Silver Crescent was up on her regular trip today. Underwear worth 50 cents, only 29 cents. The London. A car load of trunks and valises just in at the M. A K. A beautiful line of side boards at CIcmann A Salzniann's. California crapes, peaches, pears and choice bananas at buncher's. Money to loan on real estate secur ity. Apply at Jackson A Hurst's. Come in and buy the El Reno 5c cigar at BahnsenVnew drug store. Don't blame us if you fail to pet a pair of our $5 shoes' for 3, Dolly Bros. The Libbi...

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. — 20 October 1894

ROCK ARGUS.1 THE OUTLOOK. Both Campaign Committees Kxpress Themselves. SURE DEMOCRATIC GAINS. Republicans Still Claim no Business Revival. Collapse of a 'Cooperative Monetary Institution. RESULT OF A BAD PANIC. Report of Another Asiatic Engagement. Car's Condition and Other Foreign News. Washington. Oct. 20. The dem ocratic ami republican congressional l.ial'uarter practically concluded thrir work today as far as pending out literal lire is concerned. Both claim a majority in the next bongo. The ili'inorrats say there has been a dis tinct improvement in the political !tiialin through the business reviv al, and the republicans declare there i a reaction against democracy everywhere, and that there has been tin business revival. IHmMrna Knn on Money Pool. rirrsi:LKU, Oct. 20. ThcrjDiscrc linnary jool, a combination which lia been in existence here for some year, is experiencing a disastrous run on the part of investors. Its possesinns amounted to $-1,000,000, representing 50.000 inves...

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. — 20 October 1894

tab Aiuma Saturday. October 20, uxh. A STORY OF THE TURF DOES IT SOLVE A MYSTERY OF LONG STANDING t Wiry DM Mr. Iwyre TiimmI Snddmly Baeauj Careert-TWa QmUh f Ag iiiniag Tnat win ru. tlealarrr Intituling to n The racing eason had begun, and in twnseqounce Saratoga was thronged with visitors. The hotels wen crowded, and the cottages bad long since been taken. The balmy air, the sight of magnificent equipage, handsome, well dressed men and beautiful women all conspired to drive away care, no matter what one's tremble might bo. 80 I thought a, comfortably floated In a hnge rooking chair, I looked about me from the piazza of the Grand Union hotel one glorious morning in July, 188 All the people near me seemed Intent on discussing only one subject ' Via, racing. I remember distinctly to hare caught several times the expres sion: "lie's a arc winner. Nothing can heat him." Then again some ono would say: "The Black Whirlwind is a won der. Ho will win in a walk," and va rious other like opi...

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. — 20 October 1894

THE ARGUS, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 20, 1894. -Wr.-afc iftr-gSQ CHAPTER XV1LL TIIE PICTUBK. 'ExrcllMit, excellent'" wu Marey's a.lmirir.jx cry. Dr. Lamar adjusted his eyeglass to luvo a better look at it The chandelier ,hai at iu fullest In the front parlor. Tli ' picture wi placed on an easel in the rrojfCtJnR window space, and all fmr stood hack a little way to behold ir. Mixa Mascy's arm was about An tutte's waist, and sho expressed the sen timent the work had awakened in her K an occasional admiring squeeze. Mar.: y was simply radiant Dr. Lamar was impress-!, but puzzled. Mrs. 31 ax ey nj'p-aml loth pleased and frightened 1 v t'.io warmth of tho reception of her latest attempt. It w:u a life sizo sketch in crayon of a irr. .nil and clmrncti-riritio facej somo- li.it shiulowy and Rhiwtliko in its cf f . t, but ko lmlil ami Htriking in conenp ti,.n uu.l xtvntion that it commanded ami lt' ld tho ultrntion. "I don't know o much about tho t.r!'iii(im of art oa I ought," common t iilr. Lanui...

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. — 20 October 1894

THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1894. THE ARGUS. DaCjr I ItHHrMIM : blaaa VX. J. W. Fut'iUt Pnimn WooJ, IM vat aaaaxa; ta atvaac. SUA. tof acrmcalat munu- Bottuaal or tallclooa, mmmt tor aasliaatloa MUMwUta atiatoa m sctMsa 0HMnta aaUexts US DUOC RATIO T1CKKT. MATS. F RAlTKl.nl Vicnui FM Sop, ol Bckoola Hbkbt aUaa For Trarrr... Binual.CuNm TnMMal In. Cnl- 1 Db Jtru U. Sarraj, vorsltr of lib Tarum C Clxxoximi, aot I Cum L. hiuim, mmuwuiik PorMoabtr ofCoatrcs. Joaa W. Otaoa Fot Horn, of Gea. AsMtabljr.... J. H. Mutxioaa corTT. Tor cnoatr Jade Par Coaarjr Clork Cuu O. Wldati Tor SharK... Cuilh W.Sun For Tltasursr... Cybbs D. eoanoa For Sapt of Schools Cuum B. If aubux Satirdat, October 20, 1894. The new court bouse completed will cost from 25 to 30 cents per cap ital per annum. Is there any lauda ble reason whj it should not be erected? Read the facts and figures appear ing elsewhere with reference to Hock Island county's proposed court house and then reflect if the county cannot affo...

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. — 20 October 1894

THE ARGUS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1894. 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 offices on Mo line avenue by Telephone. Call for Rock Island Brewing Co. Beer NEW FALL WALL PAPERS Picture Framing A Specialty. Adams Wall Paper Company, 310, 312 and 314 Twentieth street. HiggMt Store. Biggest stock in the three cities. Trade With Adams Latest Styles In Ladies Turn And WVt Shoes No Shelfworn Footwear Hut Fresh From The Factory. $3 $4 !fS5 Latest Styles Gentlemen's Wear In Calf, Enamel And Colt-Skin. Comfort And Durability Com...

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. — 20 October 1894

THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE. Qhicaoo, bock island k pacific Tfrfleai Depot earner Fifth avenue sad Tkfartj-anl reat. Freak B. FtaaraMr. Ateat- trains. Peavet Umfted aiiiKkt.. TV Wink. Dum A K.O.. Xm. . Tmi, It ln :maia ll:pa 1:6 pm .:1apai a 15 an t :ra t 5:18 u C 0 IK. Jom lnaaapoll ts:aai tmna i aiotiice...... fOaaeha Kim City. .... Omsk A Pm Mnlnra tx. MM Or Mntnee Kx Denver, Lincoln A Omaha., St. rani A Mtnneaani-e..., St. Pael A Mletvanole.. Tltr4fl MB 7:eai H :M am t:M am :.mam t i:io an t :11ft pm t 5:l u t :inpw til pro t an t 3:)pni 1 ttxiem W:Sfl am M. Jeaeph, Atrblo ARC. 1:45 an pww, rv w ort a a) a. c. IKaaeaa City A TC. Jnwtph ark lalaml A Waabiairloa. yaieaevi A Pee iNw Uffitpai l:Mam t 1:1 pm Arrml. tDepartare. tDlty.aeopltandar. AH eterraitally. TeWpbrme loi F. apunm, Act. OrI-USOTtitl ROCTB-C B. A U. RAIL- U way Depot rrat avaai aa IM I aixtevalb TBMBS. lain twi, e, Lm Rxprnw f : am 7:S pn St. Lenta Bipwa.. ......... T:B 7 Tin em M. Paal rwiwn S.ae pm T V am Tawlitwwa Paai...

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 20 October 1894

amusements. iper's THeatre, j. E- Montrose, liui. Saturday, October 20. Frank U llixbv's New Pomestic Play s V A ' i Mm . r . . xl I I i 'iff I. &J L 'SHAFT NO. 2" Interpreted liy Frank Losce' ami a (iruml Cast. or n ') M-t nirht with the erpnlnt pnrrtmn ; ih" m' o-rfcrtly Hri"il of all rmlncittma ; a lav fall f iiert and ,,l .i irtl'iii.- 'Hrrt. p;n . 2 . -"O il TV. uarpcr's Tlieatre, i I J L. Montrose, In anager. ONE N.GHT ONLY, iLCsday Night, Oct. 23. Fim. iirnm and F'rnir. Tn Comedy 1r.ua.pa cf Ihr IVnlurj, "JANE" 1 ration of Gustavc Frohman.) fn! il r iw of the btiit Cnmcrty orgiini atiui mw louring Ihe country. T.) W Prccccded by the Chas. .'ma (.'harming 1-act Comedy, "LADY FORTUNE." r . f i .oi). r, 10 atd U ecn'a. Beet on tale Warpers Theatre, II J. E- Montrose. Manager. i'NE NIGUT oMLYl Thursday, Oct. 25. I'rwntinj the Charming Little lomtucdienne, HSS NELLIE ROSEBUD Ami a Competent Company of Cnmi'ilians nnd the C'ele lir:ilc(l French Novelty Ian- vrs.th.. X ICHOLS SI...

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 20 October 1894

8 rgg ARGUS, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 20. 1894. FACTS AND FIGURES Why a New Court House Should be Erected. HOT A BURDEN IS THE LEAST SEK8E. V t rl4 far ta Twaaty Vwn' Time lamtm.l f tit. rrmtl Ball, lag Will Kit. Miff m Oatlar of IM.6N t. faa. Tkta la HaMta hf CoaxlUtoa. While no moro forcible argument than the report of tbe committee on public expenditure, published a few days ago, in favor of the building of a newt eonrt house could be made, showing that the present structures are unsafe and would incur an outlay of $30,000 to put them in passable condition, Tiik Autii'9 has during the past few days, with the assist ance of County Treasurer Caraplicll and State's Attorney Searle, sought to ascertain as near as possible the effect per capita, and on the assessed Valuation, of the building of a new courthouse to cost 1125,000. The fact that the bonds will be Issued for a 20 years' term, together with the fact that tho 3-mill tax. Toted upon and earried at tbe last presidential election, fo...

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. — 22 October 1894

ROCK ISLAND vol. xlhl no 4. DYING RULER. The World Watching Czar's Condition. the A CONFLICTING REPORT. One Again that He is Poi soned, Another, Cancer. Afilictions Multiply in the Im perial Household. NEGOTIATING FOR PEACE. China and Japan May Settle Their Difficulties. A Fearful Fire in New York Other News in General. St. pETF.n?Brna, Oct. 22. Advices from Livid i:i intimate that the czar's xlijrht rally yesterday was purely temporary. lint ltrtt.r Today. OrnxiiAOEN. Oct. 22 Private ad vices from Livid la state that the czar passed a pood night and was some, what stronger today. Now It Is Cunror, St. PETF.njnrito. Oct. 22. It is re ported from Lividia that the physi cian have discovered that the czar ha cancer. Th I'uUon Theory. Vienna. Oet. 22 The statement is published that the czar's illness is the consequence of anenical poison ing. Troubles Multiply. WAUsiw, Oct. 22 Advices from Yolta stale the czarina is suffering from nervous collapse and paralysis if the legs. The Grand Du...

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. — 22 October 1894

2 TUB ARGUS. MONDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1894. THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE. QmOAOO, BOOK aSLAsTD PACIFIC 7 Balloay Depot romer Tift miM tad Thirty-Sr-; reet, rmk H. Flammer, Agent TiUillB. Denver Uafted AOmu.. . Wsrta. Denver A K.O.. K. 0- H.7n Minneapolis Owiitl Dm Moinee tOMai biw City Omaha A Dee Mohtae x. .. tpaaaka A Dss Moines la.. Denver, Uneoln A Ornate... St. rmm A mnniaaol'e btl. t t:aa t ) M tt:ra tt:Hia t1l:ftam ilrlOpa :SSpa s:10pra 1 :1k am It brSOpra 111 ran aai I'taoaaj it v:ia am r Stteaai t t:nspa t B:am t :10 pm tllrpm It sm I9ta l:Maai : ara l:nu M. Joseph, Atchison A K. C. wnwi n. wm At a. : minoaa Island A WeahlnaToo. mi -mi n It s:m pm r 1:1ft pa t 7: Mara Arms. tDspartm. t Daily, axeept Sunday. All etber dally. Telephone mi p. H.Pwbm a. Agt. BtmunoTnw bouts-c.. b. a j. bail way Depot First avenue and Mix taenia etas, M. J. Voaas. Htnl. TWATrT. mats anaiys. St. Loal Blstaaa. ...... .... T:40 am T pm St. Loala Slaves. .. t:4 am T:10 am St. Peel Paaasacwr M pm tM am Bswdstuw P...

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. — 22 October 1894

s All the fuel yon born. Your !raw riRht : doesn't throw oat the heat ; wastes the fuel. It's one of those stoves made to sell . . 1 e tint I" imrn. v nen you want a nctur.1 service: one that will cive an tne will your yCST SIM ftMTM THE WORLOj jj. .,-Miimiiimmillil 111 : 1 it m Gentlemen's Mackintoshes iVith Kxtra Long Storm Proof Cape Hi ntlcmen Mackintosh Box Coats. Inliiv.' Mackintoshes with plain l.ii.lirs' Mackintoshes with silk lined I.nlies' Mackintoshes with triple I.a.lic' double-texture Mackintoshes i!ti jilain capes. I.i.li.- double-texture Mackintoshes with triple j-ilk-lincd capes. Mi!" nn'l Hoys' Mackintoshes. Mi'ii'n anl Boys' Rubber Clothing of si! KiniN. lli:nliiiarters (or Rnbber Goods. Rubber Store, p550ne WILSON H&IGHT & CO. 207 ISraily street, Davenport. The Moline Moxjkk, Kannlactorras ol FARM,SPEfflQ AND FREIGHT WAG0& fcJ'P' ' flstfoiud other Spring Warrms. especially aaaptea tots- 'ue;o n parlor workmanship and anlsh Illaatratxt Price Liet Ire at...

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. — 22 October 1894

THIS MONDAY, OOTOBEIl 22, 1C04. THE AKGU8. fiMkM DaCy mi WwMfitlK MmM J. W. Pott, - - Pnuntti TIWH Pairs, atMMpirvMk. WeeaJy, 11.00 per aaasm; la advance $1 JO. AH MMUlmlllMltlCtlUalW Miil He caasastat, aotttleal oc tsligtoas, am have foal mmm attache for peblloarjoa. Re each artlata trm W prtatad on flemioa ilcaMBm. CwrwTwadaaaa solicited from every towsahlp I Rook telaad eoaaay. DEMOCKATIC TICKKT. TAT. For Senator raajmua afacvaaoa Tar Saps, of School Haaar Saab Vot Tnranr... BmuuJ.aiMm Trassrssnf ibeTM. I Da Jtrua M.aaira, ry of lib- TaYvoa C O kiihii, aois ( Caxvia L. PLBaaaaia, rmtoaamoa.AU For Member of Congress Jowas W. Ouoa For Mara, of Gob. Assembly. ....J. H. Viuwa COCbTT. Fat Cotfntv Jadfi.. For Cormty Clork Cassias 6. WamaaaTt For sheriff Caasxaa w. Kmc For Tlrwam Cram D. Ooaooa For Sops, of Schools Casai.se B. If aaaaau. Mot dat, October 22. 1891. (iioKOE M. PriXMAx's contribution to the republican campaign fund in Illinois ia placed at $250,003. Thia is one instance wh...

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. — 22 October 1894

THIS ABQUB. llONBAr, OCTOBEB 22. 1094. Stat Ci ;ffirtaont 5ief 172BleeonflAT. lock Iilsnl Young & Mc Combs CANAL CONFUSION. Engineer Wheeler's Hennepin Railroad. MUOH FEELIHG AT MLAK. The leading Spot Cash Department Store greets you jain with more Trade Winning Prices. Look for the bfcsttfnof WAR ON PRICES, which is a guarantee that our price is below all competition. Our motto is always to undersell, and last week demonstrated that fact, when we gave each customer a lamp with each $4.50 purchase or over, and presented them with a 10c piece free. This week we give you some Rousers in Dress Goods that defy competition to follow. Dress Goods Specials. pouMe fold novelties in black, bp.wD. tan and gray, regular price ;.y a yard. WAR I'KICE 15C A YARD. jWmh wool fabric, just the ,,(1 . for a good warm winter dress, would look cheap at 50c a yard. WAR l-KICR 29C A YAKD. .(ii-inch covert cloth in all the leit'lini; shades, have been 4c and J. w ar rmcic 39c a yard. Ai-inrh broadcloth...

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