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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 26 October 1894

THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, L8U4. PROFEStlONAL CARDS. i a. o. oontBixr. b. a. wmuT. ConsaUy 6s Connelly, Attorney mi Law. OOc second Boor, over Milch. 11 Lyade . task, aaoneytoloaa. Jackson & Rnrst Attorneys at Law. ' OnWa la Book la'.aad National Bank baudtng. . a. tum. 3wemoy & Walker, Attorneys and Connoellnrs at Law. OOtoa Is Rmpmi Work. Charles J. Searle, Attorney at Law. Lmal bnalnae. of all kinds prompt j attended la. auto's AUoraey ot Sock Island coaoty. OS.ce, resteSt Block. McEnlry & McEniry, Attorpeya at Law. Loaa nwocy oa food security: mats collac ttena. BafamuM. Mitchell Lrada, beaker. OOoa, rootoflc Block. rnmciAs. Dr. R. Jay, Veterinary Surjjeon. nfriee at Stsaasra 'a livery stable. Telephone 11 Sr. Asay. Physician and Surgeon. II M, Third A ranee. Telephone, 1110. office Bonnr 1 M 4 p. a and at Bight. . a. aouowacsa, a. o a. a. babtb, a, d Drs. Barth & Hollo wbusta. Physicians and Surgeon. i-t!M Ard St. beatdeat nilbtn. Telephoc J DM Hit St. Bif-b...

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. — 26 October 1894

THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26. 1894: will burn the least fnfi - - the crrMt H- v I V. ' " win V v: 1 m lllSI 61fM RUT For efficiency, V. ftnrl rwn nttf . ... , fviirw arts! Kaam -uiy, " nvvwutKer 8 Still lei. " them at the dealers. Look Bennett's GLOVE axdFUR STORE M your FUR CAPES N'i).'ti'ncl and made over ii: t lie nrw Fall and Win ter ftylns. Sealskin coats tnailo to order, refitted, lined, etc. The late fall styles in I.AIHKS' KID GLOVES nw on sale. Ladies' Seamless Gloves ItiOS Second Ay. Rock Island -MANUFACTURERS OF- Phaetons, Surriei,, Buggies, Spring and Farm Wagons It will Pay you to Call and get our Low prices before buying. T. F. BURKE, President. JOHN JOERS, Vice President. Plumbers, Steam and Gas Fitters. Rock Island Heating and Plamhlng Co. Hot Water Heating Beer Pumps 119-121 E. 17th St. Uck Island, 111. Tel. No. 1388 Bole Agent for the Panaaa. 1 vt v'b epriM RALM n r" I Kin nil Itho Notts, Keator Taste Cllvrn Krllpf ut on re JtTL'm intm UtA KntriU. 80s. UruEgista o...

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. — 26 October 1894

THIS ARGU8, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1894. THE ARGUS. J. W. Form, Pcbubhbb. TBJUU-nails, oaotaWBwwoak. WMkH, S.0S par asaam; ta atvasco SUB. Or, aawastar, BottUsal ot MlHlf , swat aavs imI mm attack for pabUcatJoa. arlklss wm V prtatse ear Bct'tloas Oimiaislisnsoacjtsw freas over swaoalp DBMOCKATIC T1CBBT. ststb. For Senator Piuwmxni VacrBaoB Fat Sat, ol School Hbybt Baaa Pat Trcasarer Bisaaas I. CuasiTT TVoamtot tbrTTni. I Pa Jra H.ftwm. nMtt; of Mi- Titlob C Ciimnni, act........... ( Caivia L. Puium. rnoaiaio4L. Pot Mttabcr of Coagrcs Jonas W. Ouii Par at a. af Oca. A-MBbly.... J. B. Vniiui oorsrr. Par Const? Jade Par Ctriatr Cterk Cunai G. Waumajnt Par aatrtc Caiaxu W. Bears Wot Tmaaairr.... Cracs D. Ooasoa Pot Id; t. of School Cbabibb B. Iiuiiu Friday, October 26 1894. pKorcasioXAL foot ball U dead. It die! a natural death, because it failed to arouse public interest to the extent of making it par. Cheater flannels, cheaper cotton good?, cheaper clothing, and cheaper drcsa goods, wit...

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. — 26 October 1894

THE ABGUS, PBID A f OCTOBER 26. 1894. ISustaln Home Industry On Tap everywhere. Only Union labor employed. The Rock Island Brewing Company, success ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery I Kirier'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. i:i?;;oat Store. Biggest stock in the three cities. Gentlemen's Mackintoshes With Lxtra Long Storm Proof Cape (entlcmen Mackintosh Box Coats. Indies' Mackintoshes with plain capes. I.a' lies' Mackintoshes with silk lined capes. Laities' Mackintoshes with tripl...

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. — 26 October 1894

THE ARGUS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1CD4. CITY CHAT. . insure with Huesing A Hoeft, Dressed chickens at Uess Bros'. Tonight, Dr. Henson on "Fcoli." Dressed chicken at W. A. Ehleb's. Tom Le has gone to Minneapolis. Safe for sale cheap Kohn A- Adler. Choice bulk oysters at Buncher's. Oysters and celery at W. A. Eh leb's. Kating and cooking apples at Long's. Bulk and can oysters and celery at Buncher's. California peaches, pears and figs at Bnncher's. New buckwheat flour and maple yrup at Long's. Spring chickens at Buncher's Spen cer square grocery. Old Kentucky" at Harper's thea tre tomorrow night. Cauliflower, bead lettuce and spin ach at W. A. Khlcb's. The Thirty club gives a dance at Carse hall this evening. Cauliflower, head lettuce, radishes and egg plant at Buncher's. Did you hear 'em drop those prices on liquors at Kohn & Adler's? Catawba. Delaware and Concord grapes by the basket at Hess Bros'. Don't fail to read Jackson & Hurst's ad., if yon have money to in vest. Lettuce,...

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. — 27 October 1894

VOL XLIII. HQ 9 . BEEF BOYCOTT American Stock Forbidden to Enter Germany. CLAIM DISEASED CATTLE. The Official Information on the Subject. The Czar Continues to Hold His Own. JAPAN WINS ANOTHER. Three Very Disastrous Fires Today. Occur in all Parts of the Country. Hambi ro. Oct. 2" The senate lia.i published a decree prohibiting the importation of American live rnttlo anil fresh beef on the ground that two cargoes which have jost ar. rived contained several animals suf fi rin; from the Texas fever. The omrlal News. AniMiTos, Oct. 27. The state ili-pnrtment is officially not i Hod by tin-tivrmnn embassador of the pro hibition llV hi irnrnrnmnn. . 1. - importation of American cattle and frr-li lccf, as cabled to the Associa te Press. A thorough investigation will bo made of the alleged cases of Trxas ft-ver, and it is beleived will turn out something well versed in the .license. A vigorous protest will probably be made. I'oatuiastera Appointed. WAsnisoTos. Oct 27 Illinois lanville, Joh...

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. — 27 October 1894

TfflS AROITS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, VICTORIOUS JAPS. Ah Sin Not Up to Date in teat' tertofWar. CH5A LOSES 200 U TTT.T.tti ALOXE, tern Save (My M a. aad Am Ao- easts of a foitlAsd Tailll.n Ts.1 Cat ipiililti aibse, aOood Ap. of UN Lrnrww, Oct. 87. A dispatch to Th Central News from Tokk ears tbat Field Marsh! Count Yamagata baa reported to tbe emperor that at daybreak Oct. 25 the Japanese amy nnder bis command mm pieced ha eroaslnir of the Tala river and la tha forenoon attacked and defeated tbe Cblncse near Fu Shang, also capturing a fort i ti on the rlffht bank of the Klvcr AL According to the statement of a Chinese officer who was made prisoner, tbe enemy era eighteen battaltona strong. Tbe Chinese lost S0O killed and a large number wonnded, though it Is not known how many. The number of Japanese killed or wonnded was Ave officers and ninety men. Count Yamagata says: "Colonel Sato, with his detachment, has rejoined the main army and we ex pect to attack Kulienchao at daybreak Oct....

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. — 27 October 1894

1 THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27 1 OH. V 1 A H . -a Slb. iiMnnn ia a CHAPTER XX WAX AND KIKTRF.SS. Jf irrr nnl Dr. Lamar exchanged Ink- if nliirni. Win this?" the artist whispered. Liimiir nnswered: IKuih!" "S suddenly? Is it possible?" "I 1d not mean that. ho is dead, but thrt he lias not lonK to live. I would ii'f pi vp n jiinchof snnflf for hiackiuiocs. " -What arc wo to do?" "iWf.T tako him to tho hospital at mot. If will not harm him to movo him. TIo cannot remain here. Ho will n 't W 1 in that swoon, mid then ho piar 1: violent. Lt't me call tho jauitor ml liavp a enrrinpo brrmRht. " l.-muir (.-t.'pppd to the entrance, which r.iniiiir.i-.ii'iiti'd directly with tho ontr c -! v. In n twinkling he had turned t!v kry and opened tho door. . man who hnd liocn standing snspi fi .n-!.r nonr tiio threshold drew back in inii-t' Tiiati.ni. Thi jaan was respectably dressed. Hi-. p.r.:t wai bnttntioil up about hia iv-k and hi hat drawn down over his rrr. !! loukrd liko a well todo coach ...

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 27 October 1894

THE AKGU8, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27. 1&94. THE ARGUS. sks Da&y a WmU a ISM st J. W. Porrn, PUBUUBB. -Dalle, m (rata VMk. Wsskly ;htadTaetl.ML i sr a critical ec niim. sormeal sc nngioaa, . save attack for MMtaattoa. Mo rack mete wtn ka prists svsr stems Mgaatana. Owiwiiiimii sollatad IM esr wwmUp U All iMBninuM taanstrr fMl MM DEMOCRATIC TIC Fst Senator FftATO.ni aUcvaasa Far Sv.pt. of Schools BnrmT Baas Tor Tntnnr,.. BsaaaaD J. Classbtt Trsstre of tb tTni. I la JrxiA U. Sam, vanity of Mi. TaTto C. Clssussim, sots ( Calviii L. Piuuim, riwaaassiosai. For Member of Coortcm Joi W. Ouoi For Meav. of Go. A-sesblr.....J. IL Mvuiaaa cor nr. Tor Coast? Jadge... Tor County Clerk CAiB O. Wtuun Tot Sheriff CtoABxaa w. Naort For Trsas um Cratj D. Oobdok For lupt. of Schools Cassis B. sUaisau. Satikdat, October 27, 1894. Register next Tuesday. Vote for the new court house, and be on the side of right and decency. Japax is smashing China with a vengeance. She don't seem disposed to leave enoo...

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. — 27 October 1894

KNOWLEDGE Jlrinp comfort and Improvement and jen'! to personal enjoyment when riplitly iwu. The many, who live bet ter than others and enjoy life more, with expenditure, by more promptly t'hpting tlie world's best products to the needs f physical being, will attest the value to henlth of the pure liquid native principles embraced in the ivmcijy. Pvrup of Fig lt xii-ilunee is due to its presenting in tlie form most acceptable and pleas ant t" the taste, the ref reghing and truly ln-ncfuMiil properties of a perfect lax ;ive: cfTettunlly clcnnning the system, ditH'I!ing colJit, headaches and fevers ami permanently enrhg constipation, it ha.' civ.-n satinfaction to millions and Bh-t with tl.e approval of the medical rrolV-o-ion, because it acts on the Kid- rev. Liver and Isowew without weak' n!ii; thorn and it is perfectly free from rverv uliiectiotiablc substance. r'vrup of Fir is for sale by alt drug in'Mc and $ 1 bottles, but it is man ufactured by the California Fig fcyrup t'o. only...

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. — 27 October 1894

THE AltSng BATUBDAY, OCTOBER 27lO& PROFESSIONAL CARDS. vw.nrru-LT!!?!!!y' S. MHRII f. . . COnBUV. Connelly Ac Connelly, Attorneys at Law. OoV. sseorad Boor, ovor ViteheU Lynda tank. MoMTtoluM. Jackson 5c Burst, Attorneys at Law. naratekaek Wand Kattoaal (Mk TsnMtaf. . ww, . l. vuin, Sweeney & Walter, Attorneys and Coancsllors at Law. . Sfrona't Block. Charles J. Searte, Attorney at Law. taajal basracs. of alt k!ii promptly at leaded . " AHorse el Koek Iatoad eoatty. Offlee, taetflOka Bk-k. UcEnlzy Ac McEniry, Attorneys at Law. Uian aincr o pmd security: am eollee Uanm OthintN MlumeU Ink, bankete. Ofnoa. Pcofofa - Block. PNTlIClAkf, Dr. R. Jay, Veterinary Surpcon. OfBVe M Staaescae livery stable. Telephone 11 Dr. Asay, Physician and Surgeon. 11 M, Third Hwm. Tattphoaa, 1TO. nfto. Boars- 1 tot p. at-, aad at night. . a. soLLcersosa. a. a. a. a. ton, a. Dm, B&rth At Bollowbnsh, Phyatciana and Surgeons, "MwhsaelWl 11H w toeeTii Jiatei. Dt. Brrrk l Dr. BolliisTissh vtMa,aw w ...

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. — 27 October 1894

ARGUS BUSINESS DIRECTORY B'MK9, WALL PAPKB, ETC. pjstton. K, 1?a Second annua. fcESTAlKAttT. U m sewed . rtRSITl RK AKD CAKFKTS. Co a. B 1M S-e4 ratH. cloves Am rras. s,aoe't.O, ' d.aTana.. x men ant tailor. j,),-, W, 1W7 Setoad areaae. CIHAK9 AMD TOBACCO. gtMlla. J U l5 Second aveaoe. MAKERS. Imro, I R" ADdereon,tat Market Square. PRUOGISTS. foon. T II. IfflO Sreoci avriuo. 5ptdfl. C.'MOf Second avenne. PLINBERS AKD OA8 FITTERS, 'tie A Marptay, 1810 Third avenue. WALL TAPER, KTC. 4,m Wall Paper Co, 810-att Twoaileth atraet GROCERS. . Bnncbor, CbM A, til Twentieth treat. flcm Broe, 130 Second avenne. prnok-" A TMennan, 001 Fifth a retina, ii-srhmann, Robt, SKIT Foarth aveaoe. Lor.;, C J. Second avenae and KlneUonUi street. ttowner A Co. eWt Firth wenae. IJiDERTAKKK. gmu. B F, 9 Twentieth treat. IIAKOWARE, STOVKS AKD MAHTKL8 'oftkrr, JT.M Twentieth rtreet. LAL'KPKT.. Ttrkufr Laundry, 1794 Third aroniie. r 0 n. '.M and its Eighteenth air cot. BREWERIES. Bock taiaud Brewing company. ME...

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. — 27 October 1894

8 THE ARGUa SATURDAY. OCTOBER 27. 1C34. I. i 'A J 1! , tit H f u v CITY CHAT. insure with Huesing ft Hoe ft. Get your overcoat at Goldsmith's. Sate for sale cheap Kohn & Adler. Oyster oup at the Young America tonight Id Old Kentucky" at the theatre tonight. See 'cm go those 5 shoes at Dol ly Bros'. Nobby suits at reduced prices at Goldsmith's. Tokay grapes 80 cents per basket at Weckei & Tassig's. Prices on overcoats and suits re duccd at Goldsmith's. James T. O'Connor has returned from a trip to Chicago. Free lunch oyster coup at the Toung America tonight. Concord grape 1 cents per bas ket at Weckei & Psssig's. Down "In Old Kentucky" at Har per's theatre this evening Get your underwear at Goldsmith's. Trices lower than elsewhere. George McMaster has returned from an extended trip south. Latest styles in overcoats, at the lowest price, at Goldsmith's. Did you hear 'em drop those prices on liquors at Kohn & Adlcr's? Dr. K. L. Marston. of Buffalo Trai rio, will shortly...

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. — 29 October 1894

. BOCK ' JSIjANB VOL. XT.TTT, CO 10k CAPITAL TALK Secretary of State Greiham Protests to Germany. ON THE BEEF RESTRICTION. I lope That it Will be at Least Temporarily Suspended. Secretary Carlisle Will Not Neglect Duty for Politics. THE FIGHTING EMPIRES. News of Another Battle Awaited with Anxiety. General Intelligence Brought by Wire. Washington. Oct. 29. Secretary (irftliam hns made strong represen tations to Germany ns to the injus tice to the Uoiteil States of recent onlrr prohibiting the importation of Atiirrii-an cattle anl fresh beef into (icrruany, and some hope, especially in view of the recent change in the Wiini-cllorship, that the order will be at li'axt temporarily suspended. On the Carolina Whntkr Law. Wamiinctox, Oct. 29. The attor n.'V p-ncral has rendered an opinion on tlio South Carolina dispensary riKf presented by Gov. Tillman, in wliirh he sustains the treasury de partment in holding that the state has no authority in law to enter the piivrrnment warehouse for 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. — 29 October 1894

THE ABGOa MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1894. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ATTOBKKTS. B. . B. B. ooraiuT. Connelly & Connelly, Attorneys at Law. sat, era lUtokall A trade's bank. Ma Jackson Be Hunt. Attorneys at Law. Oaaas b Book bio Xauooal Bui seJhuar. a a. swanar. a. a. vum. Sweeney & Walker, Attorneys and Cnnneellors at Law. Ware hi ItefirsUaVs Hawk. Ch&rlea J. Seaile, Attorney at Law. Local boaioeo of all klads ateaiptly atUootd i a, BUM'S Attorney of Bock Island scanty. UOoa, rostoaVs BUKk. UcEnlry Ac McEnlry, Attorneys at Law. Loaa avsney oa good sacarttyt asi eollae- ttnna. Baferaao, SUtoball Lyedr, Haoa, Foatoaea Block. MTMCIAIIS. Dr. R. Jay, Veterinary Surgeon. Office at MaasaeB'a livery stable, telephone 11V Dr. Aaay, Physician and Surgeon. ilM. Third Avenoe. Taxphoca, 1110. oflea Uaara: 1 Is 4 p. av. aad at night. j. a. aotMvsssa, a. a, a. a. babtb, a, a. Dra. Barth Ac Hollowbnsh, Physicians and Surgeon. ilhtsssMrt. Ttlapbeasisst inicn. list 7t.Barta- III, HollowbnaB 10 to 12 a...

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. — 29 October 1894

ImllHKlUISLlLM. I i -. larper's Theatre, I J. E- MontroM, Manager. USE JitOUT OSLTt Tuesdayi Oct. 30. ij,tw iD.irwitd Engagement of he Calhoun Opsra Ccr.psny In flip0'"1' production ol Czibulka's AMORITA 99 nrloUW S a beautiful rtantus of U ,, nfj T'i---. Ha aad Brilliant co n,., ou!rfuH'Iclu Dt Kluclric .'IKTV EVKNT r THE SEJSOX. ,nr, sv.iv and si.no lrroi wit ml .pnt Sunday monlng Oct. tor lljrpf r uonw uiun nors. ohn Voile 5c Co. tiSKSHAl.- ONIKACIURS AMD U0U3E BUILDSRS . - t . u ll.mr. Mfifi KliflHa. And all kinds of Woodwork (or Builders sullng, Flooring, Walnscoaiing nrt. hat 4th and Stfa an -The Moline Momn, L- Manulactnrers ol FARii, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGCNr fall ud coiaplata Ha of Platforai and other Spring Warm, especially sdaptoa to tb tra trada,of .aportor vorkauuMtalp aad nnli-h Hi autre ted Prtc Llat tn oa tnUcaiioa. Baa tae MOUSB WAOOK baton Dorchaeiug T. F. BURKE, President. JOHN JOERS, Vioe President. Plumbers, Steam and Gas Fitters. Bock Island Heating acJ Plssaim...

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. — 29 October 1894

THE ARGUS, MONDAY, OCTOBflR 29, 1894. THE AllGUS. rablaiied DUj and WeekT at MN Atom. Keek Island m. J. W. POTTBB, PCBLUHUL TIWIJ-DellT, en sseta act Mt. Weakly, 91.00 p- mm; la advance $1 JO. An a awatlona of a critical or uriaMb tire cha act sr. potlUoal or religions, ntost kn reel ana attached for pnblloatioB. He cock article rm be printed m Bctitiou slcuHiioa, Oorrosnondenos solicited front wry lowasMp Is Rncfc 'stand eowMr. DKMOCKATIC TICKKT. STATS. Far rVn-Jor Fa.inci.ni Vacrnaen Far Hvpt ol fkbools Hrarnr Baas For Trewarrr... Eaasaas J. CLaaeBTT Troenf theFnl. I Pa Jhi.ia U. Saint. en!t of llli TTTn C. Otmpanm. BOt. ( t'ALTIM L. IYXASASTS. roxaaxssIoaAU For Jl ember of Congress Jonas W. Ouoi For Men. of Cea. A temby.....J. H. KvLUeaK corTT. For Coir tr Jndip.. For Con i ty Ckrk.. CnAKisn O. Waidmash For 8hor.lt Ca.kLxs W. Knci For 1 ronrr.... ........ CrnrsO. eoanox For Supt of Schools Cbarxxs B. M Aiwa all Monday, October 29 1894. lkjT ot neglect to register tomor row. For t...

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. — 29 October 1894

THE ARGUS. MONDAY OCTOBER 29, 1894. g jsjirtsuat Siors i i mSlacnAAT. Soak lalanL - YODi S Wombs. THE NEW STORE is a blessing. to the trading public. Don't buy your goods until you have inspected our big stock. Our assortments are better, our styles arc more varied, and you can always get your money b.ick if dissatisfied. Note some of our dazzling bargains which have made this the most popular store in Rock Island and vicinity. LADIES' FEDORA HATS, satin and velvet crown, only 33C all this week. Others are asking 85c to $1.50 for the same goods. BOYS' WINTER CAPS 20c and up. We can save you just 53 per cent in this department, come and see. ALL SILK BABY RIBBON, ic per yard. NOVELTY WOOL CLOTH, 56 inch, at 29c per yard, just half price. UNDERWEAR Great benefit for buyers. Ladies' I'.albriggan. Ribbed Shirts and Drawers, satin front, pearl buttons and fieeced lined, our price 39c, elsewhere 5cc. WAISTS, Tea Gowns, and Wrappers. CLOAKS, Capes, Jackets and Children's Coats. CROCKERY, G...

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. — 29 October 1894

6 THE ARGUS. MONDAY, OCTOBER 29. 1894. THE ROMANY RYE. The Gypsy Gentleman Takes Unto Himself a Wife. SERVICES YESTERDAY AFFERKOOX. raealkar Preliminary raraaalltle forfaited m tbe TtnkeaaaaM Bather Ban TrMtiMat of tha Happy Coapt. frepar- tary ta Their WetMtaK. As heretofore mentioned in The Arois, the contemplated raarriago of two ol ine voung people belonging to tbe tribe of gypsies located near the auaiioir in m lower ena 01 me city, was celebrated yesterday afternoon at about 3 o'clock at St. Joseph's church, Rer. Thomas Mackin per. forming the ceremony which made Stan George and Mis Maggie Stan ley man and wife. The fact that inch an event waa to take place, out of curiosity attracted people from all part of the city, who, before the ar rival of the bridal party, fairly thronged the church,' anxious to be an ryc-wltncss to the marriage of the Romany Rye and hi beautiful bru. nette bride. To ire four carriages bearing members of trio gypsy tribe drive up to tho church, and alig...

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. — 30 October 1894

ROCK AND : ARGUS. DIED IN SMOKEl People Smothered New York. hcvcn in TENEMENT HOUSE FIRE. 1 "scai-e Cut off by the Sudden ness of the Flames. l ive of the Cook Gang Are Captured. THE JAPANESE VICTORIES. The Record of Crime in Va rious Places. Miscellaneous News Events Brought by Wire. Ni.w York. Oct. 30. Seven peo. i.ip were smothered to death by smoke in a tenement house on fire on Thir. K-iTniI street this morning. One u'lutian jumped from the 3-story win il.iw and will die. The fire came sud denly and cut oil escape by the stair- way. In the excitement everybody limited only to his own safety, and ru-died down the tire escape. The f.ill.iwin-' perished in the building: tiimre Friedman and Lew Fried' nun. children; Annie Applelilatt, Lena Mitchell. Mrs. Margaret hil- linn, (leorge Levy. The woman who jumped from the window was Mrs. l.iiui 1'riedman. More Derliteil Vletortei Keorted. V. AMIIM! ros. Uct. 30. Two im- iri:inr. sinilicnut Japanese vic- t.Tie are reported bv U. S. Minis...

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