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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 22 February 1889

THESKOOK TST,ANT AUGUft FRIDAY, FEBRUABY 22, 1889. HOW A TLAV WAS BURN. "A NOBLE SON" SEES THE LIGHT IN A LUDLOW STREET CELL, "Old Fol" Incarcerated on Complaint of HI, Tlfe Oenlus, Aided by Sol Berlin- er'e Win, and Woodcock, Hoar, Within tlM WalU of a Innjreoo. A UttI, fellow named So) Berliner, who ha, a penchant for tbearrltra) tnannjeraflnt, has long cberislwd the twin belief that the author of "Our Boarding llou" is the greatest liv ing American playwright and tout John A. Mackay la thegrwate living American come dian. ,.Re felt that if he could ever bring theao two lumltiartm in conjunction and have the actor appear in a jrt crwitod for him by thedramatiKt his fortune would lie made. Ber liner got Mnrfcny and Grover together, ex . pressed his admiration of them, unfolded his darling projt-ct, and Invited thulr Joint co operation on a pRj-tinlly cash basis. There were "hems" and "haws," but finally hla plan was awied to, and Grover, having re ceived a flnnncial spur, promised ...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 23 February 1889

sland Daily OGK VOL XX XVII. NO 104. HOCK ISLAND, SATUKDAV. FEBRUARY 23, !8s9. PRICE FIVE TNTS. R Argus ANY . DIAMOND ar 1 0ress, or a oaf, ) Any Colon ffloouna, t wvi.... - j run ?nrs. I TEN CENTS i in m.nvoihrr wsvs SAVE Money, and make "oTl'w. NtW. by ... DIAMOND nVES Thr work i. ee.y, eimple, quick: th. D ,e.T ..,H VASTEST known. Ask for DIAMOND DYES and take no other. tm Oildln or Broniing Fancy Article USB DIAMOND PAINTS. n..M Silver. Bronte, Copper. Only to Cent. Baby Portraits. V. i vnrtftillnnf beautiful bbv til A Vonfblloef beautiful baby plo mra from lift. Minted on line plate paper rry pswni pnmu process, eent free to Mother of unv Baby born within a year. Every Mother want these pictures ; nd at once. Give Boby name and am. WELLS, RICHARDSON k CO., Davts Block, Mo'inp, Illinois. TllBoie 'MA Ml Vfrarisa ST'. S mi to f mm THE MOLINE WAGON. The Mine Jtonactnrers ol FARM, SPRfflQ and FREIGHT WAGOHS A fall and (omt,!rte line of TLATFOHM end ntiK-r Bprlrg Wecon. ea: eclal'.y ...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 23 February 1889

THE HOOK TBIgQn AKGTTBt SATURDAY FEBRUARY 23, IS89. THE DAILY ARGUS JOHN W. POTTER. Saturday, Fbbscabt 23, 18ft. Now that old Jehu Baker couldn't bamboozle the raters of the Eighteenth x congressional district to reelect him to congress, he wants Harrison to send him as minister to Venezuela, where he served under Gratt and Arthur. John is a tiokler for office and is always on hand where there Is any "pap" to be distribu ted. Ore of the most stubbornly contested senatorial struggles ever witnessed, ter minated Thursday in the reelection of 8enator Senna, of West Virginia, to the United States senate. His competitor was Gaja. Goff. the republican candidate for gubernatorial honors. It looked re peatedly as though Ken na would be com palled to withdraw to secure democratic supremacy, and his success demonstrates somo fine generalship. Voted Kt hi. Hon. E. W. Hurot was reported absent and not voting when the resolution passed to adjourn the legislature for one week to give the G. A. R....

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 23 February 1889

THE BOCK ISLAND AUGUST SAT UK DAY, FEBRUARY 23. 1889.- I No. 1 Shirt, i ! . . 'tip? a I ml iiiiiiin LEAVE YOUR Order and Measure WITH LLOYD t STEWART, and et a first-class IVAMSUTTA Muslin 2100 Linen Bosom Shirt fur only One Dollar. ill ill ' -J i I iHi.HI1 "! V! -JCaSTFACTCRERS OP Picture Frames, Anil D.bIcm In Artists' Materials, E'chiiiBS, Stationery. Etc. O 3 5t! a 1 W M KINGSBURY & SON, 1705 Second avenue. EMMING, Manufacturers of anil D.h1pis in- a h EF3 M D m s T 1 1 D IP a M n I3 I 1 nga Mi J III CARPETS, Oil, CLOTHS and CURTAINS t5TCall and examine our Good9 and prices. KAM & FLEMMING, No. 1811 Second Avenue, Between Eighteenth and Nineteenth Streets, IMUttmuHa BriLoiso) ROCK ISLAND, ILL. TTZBiIEl FAIR, NO. 170S SECOND AVENUE. We carry tb latest and be3t assorted stock of House FurnishingGoods iu this vicinity, and at all times and make lowest prices. T?SWare' Brushes, nrare' Copper Wash Rockery, Boilers, Woodenware, Nick Nacks. For assortment, quality and prices it...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 23 February 1889

THE BOCK ISLAND AHQU8. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23. 1889. i " ' i i ' 3 i 1; . t I ( .: ; A CHRISTMAS DINNER. Unto a UtUe nljrew. A-cwimmtiig to tha Nile, Appeared, quits unexpectedly, A hungry crocodile, Who, with that chilled polltroc l That make th warm blood freese, Bmnnrki d: "I'll take some dark meat ' Without draaalng, If you plane r i -Ufa. A CHANCE OBSERVATION. no day while studying sun spots with my telescope whit was a foe and powerful in strument, It occurred to me to fit my terres trial eye piece to the tube and amuse myself looking around the country. I had fre quently tested the powor of my glass by read ing the time on a church clock in a neighbor ing town, and counting lightning rods on distant buildings aud in various other ways, and I never tirud of making fresh testa, On this day 1 bad beu through my rou tine, and, while sweeping the glass slowly around for fresh objects of interest, I saw, through a vista in a dixtant piece of woods, two men carrying a small but seemi...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 25 February 1889

Rock Island Daily Argu VOL UXVIl. NO 105 HOCK ISLAND, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1889, PRICE FIVE CENTS. Spring Disorders Shattered nerves, tired brain. Impure blood, debilitated system, all are the natural out come In the Spring. A medicine must be need, and nothing equals Paine's Celery Com pound. We lot others praise us you canuot help believing disin terested party. nhn T ham limvl Pains' inn. I., wiih-d. .V " 1 'nilitviiiDrt on several ocoaHlons, and always -..il'iunpnt. Last snrtnir, being very much run a. i and debilitated, I commenced taking tt. two bottles made me feel like h new men. As i r..tri tmie and spring medicine I do not know of H equal." Z.Xtt.''- IT IS EASY TO Pipe, H ttj i "vm X'AAllCi Da vi Block, Moline, Illinois Toll)booe -.06. K T I W 8 i i s mm is3 so.ff. mm THE MOLINE WAGON. I II! The Moline Wagon Co,, STOI.IXE, Utoffflcturers ol FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAGOHS A f:l iidrnmi!pR line nf rLATFORM unii othrr Pprlrg ffirani, orisltv nd iptM to Uaa WttKiru iradv of a...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 25 February 1889

THE HOOK TBITAND AUTO'S. MONDAY FEBltUABY 25, 1889. THE DAILY ARGUS JOHN W. POTTER. Monday, Febecart 25. 1889. Refsbrinu to the tariff reform conven tion recently held In Chicago, the Herald aays: "It credits the ace, the nation and the intelligence of the people that. at a time when no offices are held forth as a reward, when no election approaches for an issue, citizens will still gather from ner and from far to give a consequential Toice to the truth, to protest against the enormities practiced by a war system of government, and to keep aflame the fires of liberty." Just over the line in Wisconsin an un fortunate Benedict has applied for a divorce upon the grounds that are, to say the least, novel, remarks the Free port Bulletin. Be has been married only five months, but he says that they have been long and weary months to him and that he can endure no more of them He says that bis trouble I mainly arises from the fact that bis wife positively refuses to cut her toe nails. This I...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 25 February 1889

TO CONTINUE the RUSH OF LAST WEEK. ' We opened Monday morning with ft special sale of DRESS GOODS (an ,,r'v shipment lust received last week) and mark prices that will RUSH DRFSS jjoODS ibis week more rapid tban towels and linens of last week. Extra help for this Prices quoted are on new goods Just recalled. Monday morning colored Dress Cashmere, tf Qa rvQT T7CY Cardiol. onl7 qstlty l.mr.ed. O J)QT yard. 18 CENT p(,uble Fold Cashmere, all colors, 10$c a yard, For this sale. 35 CENT Drr Flnnuels, 83 laches wide, 25c a Yard, For this sale. Extrt BrnsdHnth Finish Dress Flan nels, 4D inches wide, 48c a Yard. Brillitot Luster Dress Oooda 10 cents a yard. The finest and best Henriettas, all colors and blacks, superior in finish and wer io ttllk warp Roods. Ml'SLISS again this week. On Tuesday morning at 0:80 o'clock we will sell 4'4 Inch Pillow Case Muslin at Jc a yard. 45 iooh Pillow Chic Muslin at lOJc a yard. It pays to trade at McCABE BROS. 1714, 1718. 1718. 1750 and 1733 Pkcond Avenu...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 25 February 1889

THE2EOCK ISTvAND AEGUSi MONDAY.rjFEBKTJARY 25. 1889. YES! LET ME LIKE A SOLDIER FALL By W. WALLACE. MARITANA. Ttmpo ft marcia. jj, , ' j J' ;ir-r -pi:- ;j r i, 1. Tes! k-t me like a Sol dier fall. Upon some o pen plain, : This breast ex-rtandini for the 2. I on-ly ask of tbat proud raoe, Which ends its blaze in me, To die 1 he last, and not dis- 5?: uu, grace To It's blot an - out ct - ry dent chir - al stain, tyl Brave man-ly hearts Tho o'or my clay con -for no ban ray doom, ner wave. That Nor gen tlor ones may toll, Uow-e'er for-got, un-known my tomb, I Ho a Sol -dier tram-pet re quiem swell, C-nough they mur - mar o'er my grave, He like a Sol -dier u-Ji i i ' Ujtsg y "n jM 3app1Pl 'TrrTT"nltT' iTTTnTnl W J J J 42J ir Jmj id 7T' I i J 0 . i 4J--U-Us J i J J 3 HPT" r r' V full; fell; IIow - e'er for-jot, tin - known - nough they murmur o'er my tomb, I like a Sol - dier tSUX, I like a my grave, He like a Sol - dier fell. He like a f r r r r g" -y i" i--J rt i ii Sol - dier felL Sol-...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 26 February 1889

Rock Island Daily Argus VOL XXXVU. NO 106 UOCK ISLAND, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1889, PRICE FIVE CENTS. Spring Disorders shattered nerves, tired, train, impure blood, debilitated system, all are the natural out come in the Spring. A medicine must be used, and nothing equals ralne'a Celery Com pound. We lot others praise us you cannot help believing a dlaln torented party. iiHt-iirtiPr-wneral W. L. Oreonlenf. Burllnfr . tt wru: "I have usl I'ulne's Celery !ml,nound on sevprnl occasions, and always it, Wnt. Last spring, belli very much run J'"' gn.i debilitated, I commenced taking It. npri tonic and spring medicine I do not oi its equal." w j.vi"ff ""v fWor-. it 19 FA9Y rn Fi V O 1.1'' J-a1'5 1 ' r H5 TYTCATTF. and Patis Block, Moline, Illinois. T m it Mm iL 1 THE MOLINE WAGON. The Moline Wagon Co., nOLIKE, j& toDJacmrers ol FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAGOM Ani'irdromi'lpultnenf PLATFORM and other HpHrg vsod. ureclully sdnpted to lWlrL Irsdv.of upvriT wnrkmn-hiti anil fin'ifli I !iui" ...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 26 February 1889

-4 k- Y? 'A 1 THE DAILY ARGUS JOHN W. POTTER. Tuesday, February 26. 1889. PARXELL'S VICTORY. Pi gott Confesses Forgery and Per jury and Disappears. Tli Ceurt Tk-n Rreeaa to Await the ronltive'a R'tarn. at ih End of Whteft. Time Hi Papers Are to be fteised. Londojc, Mrch 26. After the pen inn of court this morning Parnell Com missioner Russell arose tad said that Saturday Pigott went to tbe residence of Laboucbera and, ia tbe presence of George August 9 aid, signed a confession that the letters published by the Timet were forgeries. He also admitted com mitting perjury before th commission. Pigott bis disappeared. The court took a recess of half an hour, at the expira tlon of which time, if Pigott does not -appear, bis papers will he izpd. Bisator Harris, of Tennessee, is at tbe bead of a coalition of democratic senators who have started in on tbe Im possible task of trying to shame tbe re publican senators ioto confirming some of the nominations now pending before .the senate. Mr. H...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 26 February 1889

THE HOCK ISLAKD ARGUS; TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 26. 18fe9. TO CONTINUE the Rush! OP LAST WEEK. - W opened Mindiy morning wlih a special nalu of DRES GOODS (an ,r'v fhinnien' iuxt received lust week) and mark prices that will RUSH DRFsS 00l) '' wft''s nuitf. rapid tban towels and linens of Inst week. Extra help for ,1,1s wt--k Pri s q jnted are on Dew poods juat received. Moniv inorninK colored Drees Cashmere, fcC 1 O wqt ttqt1 r.rdin1. only q'WDilty Mn.ted. O -C per yard. 18 CKNT rouble Fold Cashmere, all colors, 10 o a yard, For this sIh. 35 CENT Ire' Flannels, 83 Inches wide, 2."c a Yard, For this sale. Exir Broa lcli.th Finish Dress Flan nel. 4 inches wide, 4 So a Yuri. Hriiliuit L'Hter Drem G.iods 10 cents a yard. The driest and be.t Ht-nriettas, all colors and blacks, superior in finish and weBr t sl'k warp U'lO.U, Ml'SMNS aain this week. On Tuesday morning at 9.80 o'clock wo will sell 4-j ncti Piil"W Caw Muslin at 9c a yard. 4 .) inch Pillow Case Mu-lio. at lOJo a yard. It pavs to tr...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 26 February 1889

V .1 ii if 4 I ; i I : UP IN A BALLOON. EXCITING ACCOUNTS OF ADVENT URES IN CLOUD LAND. The Oldest Living Aerooaut Relates gone of HI EsperfetH'es-'-FaUlng Into thm Bay from at Storm Tramd Ilalioon A Rattle with Housetop George Elliott wu bom on the Franklin road, about three miles from tne city limit, of Baltimore, tn which city be Is paving hi, old K& He is now 84 years old. Proftweor Elliott wan at an early age apprenticed to the shoe trale. After the completion of his ap prenticeship he began business on Baltimore street. In the spring of 1SS4 the town was flooded with posters, stating that Professor liilla, a famous balloonist, would give ex hibitions of his skill and daring from Federal Hill lot Llliott, bocomlng great ly Interested in tlioeo ascensions, made the acquaiutaure of Professor Mills and secured from him tbe promise of an as cension as soon as he should return from Philadelphia. Professor Mills' ascension at Philadelphia, however, whs unsuccessful. His balloon b...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 27 February 1889

Rock Island Dai Argus y VOL XXXVII. NO 107 ROCK ISLAND, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 189. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Spring Disorders shattered nerves, tired brain, impure blood, debilitated system, all are the natural out come In the Spring. A medicine must be used, and nothing equals Talne'a Celery Com pound. We lot others praise in -you cannot help believing a disin terested party. nrtmdler-oeneml W. L. Orcenlenf. Burllng n!i vt writes: "1 have iifltM Pnlne's Celery :,,nin.iii'nll on several ooeuslons, and always ith ben in. Last bpi Uig, being very muoh run Iwn and illlltat-d. I eomrnenced t iking It. two NiMlima'le ie feel like n new men. as i p.n 'nil mule nnd sprtng medicine I do not ,B, , i 1W equal " j ('" ""V 0hr if b rt Tn f 5e eir- Dahs Block, Moline, Illinois. Teltnuone VHi blip TH3 MOLINE WAGON. The loiine nOMXE, MantfKwm ol FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAGOHS A rat. rd romt -etc line of PLATFopM sort othrr Spring warona. ereclally adnptad to ontcrn iniU'-. ef nuperi'T wnr!.m:iiirhtp an...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 27 February 1889

THE DAILY ARGUS JOHH W- PQTTCW. WlDSMDAY. FEBROABT 87, 18K9. Hakbisoh bits arrived at Wellington, but Cleveland is still running "the ma chins." Candidates for tbe Rock Island posts efflce are beglnniiig to ibow evidences of increased activity as tbe 4th of March draws near. Tbe scramble will soon be gin to grow Interesting. Concsrkiro strikes the Galveston JVotci says It is gratifying to see that a Batcral and hesltby reaction is tsking place in the public mind regarding labor agitation and the methods employed by tb professional labor agitators. Strikes and those who engineer them are not so popular now as they were a short t me ago, and this loss of publio favor comes, too, not through anything that has been dona by tbe labor organizations that is so radically wrong, but through a popular awakening to the fact that property own ers as well as work logmen have rights that must be respected. Unfortunately tbe property owners have been few and the workiogoien numerous, and as votes ...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 27 February 1889

THE HOCK ISTjAND ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27. 1889. TO CONTINUE the Rush! OP LAST WEEK.- 00ned Monday morning with a special sale of DRESS GOODS (an , ihlpmenMUst received last week) nod mark prices that will RUSH DRESS K Uig week more rapid than towels and linens of last week. Extra help for k P'lces q inted are on new goods just received. e ''Monv m.-rnlnK colored I Dress Cashmere, g 1 0C TJfiT. Vftrd Cirdlntl. oni7 q"""" "ut,":- " 18 CENT pouble FM Caa'hmere. all colors. lOJc a yard, For Ibis sale. 35 CENT Drew Flnl. 89 l"ohr 2."o a Yard, For this sale. rjirn Broadcloth Finish Dress Flan nels, 40 im hes wii', 48c a Yard. 18 CENT Double Fold Debeige Mixtures, 10 Jo a Yard, For this sale. 50 CENT All Wool Dress Flannels, the new shades 38c a Yard, For this sale. Fancy Striped Gilbert Dress Flannels, 88 inches wide, 42c a Yard. BnllUnt Luster Dri-ss Goods 10 cents a yard. Tins finest and best Hrorlettai, all colors and blacks, superior in finish and .in. wupn iviirv1. Ml'HLlN in t...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 27 February 1889

1 ' 4 i ' i r, .i THEIR SUPERSTITIONS. CURIOUS FANCIES ABOUT SPIRIT9 IN THE OZARKS. Blood Spot Tlimt Can Paly lie Uarnod Oat Ghoata of Murdered Men Stalk A boot at Night A Belief-That tha N tim ber 19 Bring Good Lack. "It will never come out until it's burned out that' what they say." So remarked as Intelligent business man of Forsyth, Mo., pouting to a Mack stain of blood on the floor of J. & B. Berry's old store, where Capt Kinney, the Knobber chief, had fallen when hot to death by young Bill Mile. "A good many bare tried to scrub out '"M atain, they aay, but never could do it. " This ia a common mountain superstition. Tha mountaineers have noticed that blood stains ob ootton goods turn black and ar not easily washed away. They conclude that some su pernatural power. Instead of a chemical com bination, keeps the stain there. It is a com mon practice, they say, to cut out blood tains and burn them. If there is any place In the country where a living spirit of evil, the personal...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 28 February 1889

bland Daily Arg u JHOCK VOL XXXVII. NO 108 ROCK ISLAND, THUKSDA. FEBRUARY 28, !Sc9, PRICE FIVE CENTS. Spring Disorders Shattered neroe, urea bnUn. Impure blood, debilitated system, an re ths natural out oometa Ue8prtng. A medicine mast be used, ad nothing equals Palne's Oolary Com pound. We lot others prates us you cannot bslp believing a disin terested party. pT,-,Dr.otienU W. L. Orwnleet Burling Ft? wrtti "I have uscl Palne's teterv '"i.ind on several occasions, and always SSXw"nt I art spring, being very muoh run 2a anil debilitated. I commenced biking It. Whittle made me fuel Uke a now men. as Erai tonic and spring medlotue I do not 5no' of Its equal." aj,, j af: IT IS EASY TO mm PS DAVIS & GO, Pipe, ' I V ' ft i-" Pavt? Block, Uoline, Illinois. TsKpsvas THE MOLINE WAGON. The tVloline Wagon Co., aroLcnc, Manmctum ot FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAGOHS iftiiindfompiote line of PLATFORM and other Spring Wacron.. enracUUly adapted to the Mcit.ru trade. of upvrt"r wnrkrratnoip and f...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 28 February 1889

THE TOOK TRCATO ATtfflTB, THURSDAY FEB1IUABY . 28, 1889. THE DAILY ARGUS JfTtHM W. POTTER. TsTurbdat. Februibt 28, 18fifl. - Ex-Skkatos J. S. Lib, of Peoria, who died la Washington Tuesday evening, m ono of the best known men la tbe state. He will be Badly missed in Peoria, where he wu honored and re tpected by everybody. From this time on, it may be laid that the Hon. William H. Gest will, allegori- cally speaking, be in a sweat box. Or in other words be wi'l be "d d if he does and d d if he don't." He muet antic ipate bis return home with the same feel. ing mat a man in supposed to experience When he is about to bf btld up and sand bagged. In this boor of bis tribulation we tender the Hon. Mr. Gelt our since r est sympathy. The confession and flight of Piggott, the scamp who furnished tbe London Timet w th the letters alleged to have b ten written by Parnell, Egan and other Irish leaders, has placed tbe "Thunderer" and its tory snpoortera in a pitiful plight The vindication of Mr....

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 28 February 1889

WE HAVE BOUGHT THE ROBINSON & TALIAFERRO STOCK -OF HATS and FURNISHING GOODS For ei Song;. AND NOW WE SING THE SONG. $1.50 Stiff Flats for 75c. 12.00 $2.50 $8 00 3.50 1 Neckties for 75c. 1. 75c 44 " 50c. " 81.25. 50c 35c. 4 $1 50 25c 44 " 15c. 44 1.75. Etc., Etc., Etc. 20 cent Collars, 5 cents. Underwear, Gloves and Mitts GOING AT HALF PRICE. Call early and get bargains, as time is limited, and goods must go. Lloyd & Stewart. lis M gi I '5 ; H 1 m iusnrACTCRBRi or Picture Frames, And Dialers in Artists' Materials, E'rluties, Stationery. Etc. THE LAST NIGHT. PARKER'S DOMESTIC CAREER. the Iadantrfal Awarded Re- KINGSBURY & SON, 1705 Second avenue. Baeeea.fal Close of Fair The Watch. alts of Raffles. The Industrial fair closed successfully last evening, there be. eg a large crowd present to witness 'he awarding of prizes according to vole and raffle. The first business was the auctioning off of the donated articles not disposed of by oh&nce. Messrs. Joseph Grotegut and ...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
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