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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 9 November 1894

6 ALL RECORDS SMASHED. THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1894. Tfce Ma4l r.meerr aa Rlm Dan atrat Mora at tfc fmnn Cwnpu; "Ta Fair." We hate arranged a scale of prices to attract attention to onr increasing dry Roods business. Our prices are established and the trade supplied with everything. Read the follow ing: The Iry Gaa Depart MBt. Yard sateen for comforts, life. Ladies1 black full fashioned 27-inch length, fleeced cotton hose, have cost yon a qnarter. at 15c. ladies' woolen hose, full length, good value, at 25c, to reduce the quantity at lfic. We are also making extremely low prices on ladies and children' im ported cashmere hose. Eifty-inch novelty dress stuff, eight colors, sold all season at f 1.13, are cnt to 75c. Twenty pieces Scotch tweed mix tures, all wool, 30-inch wide. 25c. Fifty-inch storm serges colors, navr,"dark green, browns and black C!V. Twenty pieces Standard silesia 71c. Fifty-eight-inch fast red table clothing, eqnal to any 85c quality, 25c. Heavy unbleached c...

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. — 10 November 1894

ROCK XSLl AND AJRQU& vuii. Aiaxj. au ai zz rr ILS.FORPEUCE Tin: Government May Use its Good Offices Abroad. JAP AND CHIN TO SETTLE. lnclc Sam Will Not Meddle, but Will Aid Harmony. The Mikado's Forces Win Another Victory. PORT ARTHUR HAS FALLEN More Scattering Returns of the Klection. General News of the Day by Wire. Washington. Nov. 10. The rvents i.f the pust few days in which 0IV1 tial and diplomat at Washington li:ivc participated, have led them to ln-licvc that peace between China and .f:ip:in will be concluded at an earlj day. China has reluctantly but fnllv ndtiKtt.'d that she is u.. Prepared for :ir. white Japan flniillily n waits the detailed proposition as" to how much China will concede, but the in r. ination of both powers is go strong ly toward peace that it is believed it will be effected on the basis is Co ra's independence and a cash indem nity for Japan's war expenditures. In September the United States de clined the overture from (ireat'Brit a!n to join other E...

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. — 10 November 1894

2 THE ARGUR; SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 10, 18M4. SENATE CONTROL. What May Be the Case in ths Fifty.fourth Congress. DEPLUDS UPON THREE NEW STATE3, flail. Vw Meviro nil Arlxnaa Coming Ilk Ma rw Mfbrr-'wigrmliiil laMerilrawa of kaalwrkjr aail Mhnoarl rttt-Th Jlrw Mirer Party Lamaon l la la l'litH-al Morltoo Itrmorrata Have Magi Rrorrwatatlve from 1111 t allfarato Vary ( low. WAMllxuTni, Xov. 10. A point that ha liren ovitIooL.c.1 in computing tho )allticnl complexion of the next ariiate l thf ml!nlMion of I'tah with two I'nitetl Ptaira aenator. The act of the laat ahin of ponirniw admitting I'tnh )irnvilra euh fM-nitlc In the way of altnl"ion that thr urnnlun l nun I'tah mar take their plm-va In the aennte of the Fifty, fourth mtiprcw. Thl wonUl make in all ninety arniitom, ami an the next aennte now atunil the politic- of the t'tnh a.-n-atora n iuilil rut nn important figure, .j, S Mnirw ami Arivaaa AI.O, Another prolKihilltr which arNr Lathe Btlmlwloii of hoth New Mrxli-o nn-l An ion, whic...

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. — 10 November 1894

j ELECTRICAL SLIP. puMio c?inion luwl been triumphant lr Tiinli 1 Tko inaity plea hud t'n Ifti fo'n n:,,l Albert Prior was aen f, n(T 1 to 1"' I'ruipi-il by the neck until ,r '--nl, n"l might tho Lord havo BirT. r i n M wnl. Ecerj-body agreed that ir v. " riKhtentis verlict, bnt now that 1"" vat sentenced they added, frill V!" .Wrt Vr'ior vra a yonng man who ,,! ii:n! wore of his cwn way than waa f,.r him. His own family father, r, I r 'tlirr rsri.l sisters had given Wilv M h:Ki w mnch that ho appeared t,i think the world at large should do fho c.".m'. The world differed with him. Viif.ctnnntcly tho first to oppose his vi-,,i.-nt will 'as a womnn a pirl almost j;. vmiM havo nothing to do with linn and told him w. lie stormed, of r"iir- but did not look npon her oppo ,ti,.ti ;is neriims. No pirl in her senses r.,nlil rmitiiine to rcftinc a yonng man ,.f his iinix-ts in life. Bat when he 1.. ;iril thnt die lmd become engaged to run ;!-' Hweii, the telegraph operator, j-ri'r s rago pas...

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. — 10 November 1894

f .4 THE ARGU8, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1894. en THE ARGUS. htlaM Daily tad Wsakly at MM Amu, Bock Islaad m. J. W. Poms, Publish. TIRMb Dall. mm mmn m. r..h. fl.OQ par una; la sdra&cs flJO. AU conatnlcMtoM of a critical or aqraawata 1'Ta charactar, polltlaal or rallftoaa, anst have r'-al um attached for publication. Ma aack nicies win ba printed cmt fictttioaa alt-natnrea. CPrra.puad.aaa sollertsd frosa avarr lowaaMp I a Rock Inland entity. Satckiav, Novf.mrf.k o, 1S94. Hi rkaii for our n'nio, anywav! Tin tap end of the snow .xtorm rame clnring last night. - Toshwt the rrpnl.licans will rati fy what happened Tuesday. ' ThU !irike a a rather nnnoccsary pro ceedinjj. ArTrR all. the outcome of the elec tion make. his whisker. Mr. Peffcr, :t biff to.ni in the cnntrial puddle sit Washington. Pillia seems to penerallv get i litre whether for right or for w'rong. It cost him J50,Xmi Tuesday, but he jot his money's worth. Is New York state, democracy ems to have Iwen defeated largely thr...

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. — 10 November 1894

THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1894. Sustain Home Industry On Tap every where Only Union labor employed. The Rock Island Brewing Company, success ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, 1. 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 ofTices on vio iine avenue by Telephone. Call for Rock Island Brewing Co. Ifeer. Gentlemen's Mackintoshes With l'xtra Long Storm Proof Cape ilciitU'iiien Mackintosh Box Coats. I.:n!i'' Mackintoshes with plain car"!'".. l.nl'"s Mackintoshes with silk linetl r;ipt'.-. I.mlii'x' Mackintoshes with triple I.rvlii's double-texture Mackintoshes v.ith plain capos. I..h!ips tiouble-textnre Mackintoshes with triple hiik-linnl enpes. Mines' and Hoys' Mac...

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. — 10 November 1894

6 TflE ABGUa SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10 1C34. THK TRAVELERS' GUIDE. fHlCAGO, ROCK ISLAND PACIflC lUllwy Irp' comer F.ft avenue aid Tkinr-ant met. Frank H. PlBoimur, Agent. TAAIle. Daa r UkM A tarn -n.. It lUu Ft. Wmk. Dmwr A S. C It tin . 0,. m. Jo. A Wlnneepoltrjt :SS :OSasr Itti on mi S:A pm 'T:S5i tOrnvlA A Ke try (mI;iPm ajnlnet Ft.. ! tnaaiaA Uos MntmM St.. uurt. Mmnla A Omaha . . tH. rnl A Miaaeano, i. Pattl A Minneapolis.... M- Jceph, Arrhiroa at. C. Domes, Ft. Worth A K. O.. lRan-ant Aai. Jnnk i i" 4:a pir k-isanv t SAiuui t kttsau, It I:l0u t :US pa t t:u Tit-i 7:S0- il:)i MrSOi t:46l it :l0na til ran pen t : am IIskji ttlora laMas a Washington. 113 -N) am Ivnlrasro A Des Motor t ISO: pm It?: Slant Arm!. tDenarture. tDftlty.esosplSunday. AM ether dally. Telephone 10H. F. B.Funm, Agt. BC KUNC.T.1H K"CT-C.. B. A 4J. HAILr " Depot First avaaee and lateasatl. Irtt, M.J ioune,aeat. TH aWA. tH. Lent Fxpnsa At, Lraia Ciimt.,. M. P-utl Psaamgsi kwlH wii raasenger Btrrlliie; Paaaeut-er T...

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. — 10 November 1894

a a f THE ARGUS, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 10. 1894. pc most stylish, comfortable and durable ftYhitc-Linen Collar manufactured is the a&Z HinncrThickness" over yoxi rear ono you viil oraisliers sell tliera. AVIS CO. AM' VLNTII.AT1NI. a,Mul KEEKS. ?ee our Fall And Winter i mb jl' gsg Our purpose in advertising is to let everybody who buys clothing that is all mankind here about know that our suitings are in, and the finest ever displayed in the city. You are respectfully invited to call and see the latest in patterns and styles. Call and leave your order. B. ZIM2&ER, Star Block, tr. r 1 H'ukk, l'lrtiident. Plumbers, Steam and Gas Fitters. Rock IsM Keating and Plumbing Co. Hot Water Heating Ufer Pumps -l E. 17th Su l!.iad, III. Tel. No. 1288 ole Azcnlj for the Fannan. J. T. I3IXON lEItGHANT TaIXOB A 1 t '" a . . J r, 1 jrHM-iai-D. ROSENFIELD BaOS. PBACT1CAL Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters. Il 'iiae Heating and Sanitary Plumbing. Basement Bock Island Nat. Baak JoitS M. I aF.IOU. PARIDOI...

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. — 10 November 1894

h i " f t 3 8 THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1894. CITY CHAT. .. ; , Insure with Huesinc & Hocft. . Great snit fate at Goldsmith's. Men's jeans pants at 47c M. 4 K. Chinchilla overcoats, $2.98 at M. K'. M. & K. (or OTcrshocs and over coats. Bargains in children's shoos at : Doll ft. Wg reductions on all suits at Gold, smith's. Caps for everybody at So turners & LaVelle's. Great bargains in overcoats at Goldsmith's. A fine lino or Kersey overcoats at flO M. & K's. Best underwear at lowest prices at GoIdmith's. ' , L. D. Mudgc of Taylor Ridge, was In the city today. Remember the lunch at A. J. Wright's tonight. Extraordinary heavy, solid umlcr v wear, 2,"c at M. & K's. B. C. Kcator returned this morning from Sioux Falls. S. 1). Take your boy to Sommers & La Velle's for a nobby suit. A splendid line of men's niters at 94.5Q and f.j at M. & K's. Don't fail to read Jackson & Hurst's ad. if vou have money to invest. Mrs. Gen. W. C. Hoffman has re turned ...

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. — 12 November 1894

VOL. XLTU. NO 22 JAPS IN LUCK. Significance of Port Arthur's Capture. CRUSHING BLOW TO CHINA A Fortress Heretofore Con sidered Impregnable. Can Fight the Ting Ling's with Their Own Munitions. UNITED PRESS CAUGHT. Fell Into a Trap That Made It Its Own Accuser. General News of by Wire. the Day I.OMMIN, Xov. 12. A dispatch from .Shanghai says the Japanese raptured 1'ort Arthur yesterday morning, after meeting wi'th feeble resistance of the Chinese. The place was bombarded previous to the sur render. The Chinese laid down their arms and yielded thernselues prisoners of war. The Chinese com manding officers abandoned the place on the night of Xov. C. It is report, eil sum.- representatives of foreign p.uvers will start for Pekin immedi ately. The Urtnt Capture. W'asiiinotos, Nov. 12. The Japa nese legation has not received tlieial eniiliriiiation of the capture of Port Arthur. They Hay, however, if true, it is the most disastrous blow that China could have received. The plaee has been pr...

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. — 12 November 1894

THIS ARGTJ8. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1894. THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE. PhtCAOO, HOCS ISLAWD PACIFIC 2? ta'l-iy-.Tept comer Fifth arena mi TTaWy-Srat Mi. Frank H. fluon, Agent. TRAINS. 5nf UsnPad Oau., am. l:0Ma FV wu. onmr K. C. K, C SV Joe A Minn poll Omafca A De Mater ffOssaha Kansas city Otssss A Pes MhM t : 11 an dsi SrMpss T: Tll:40 strap, kl&aai t Krnipm t 5:16 as t ft: Mara t S:nspa 7:W Dp Bfntfle Is vravar, i.inrma omaaa... St, Ia.1 Mmaeeani-a S. ral Mlasmao!.... t:.V) P S:sn ri: It 1:15 aa M. Joseph, Atchison K. C 1:4 ttiOpai tllrSnptn t : an tS:npaa tt:Slai Worth E.C. S:l Sanaa city A St. -lorph (Hock Maai Wwaiartoa. .Ohicairo A Dan Taatnea 1110 Pl:l t 11 - Arrival. tDapartar. tDsily.axeept Sunday. AU than dally. Talepkon low. F. B. Pi.cn ra, Aft, Rtjkij vnuvaron rotjtb-c., b. q. haiu- T Depot First avctia and Sixteenth i..ymi loaacaceat. TMaiSS. taavs. I tiun. Sfc Lnui Bxpr S:40 am ?ur pat (M. Los. I. Bxpress. .......... t:3S pm 7:10 am M. Paal Passnmrar S.4S psa f :M ara Hanl...

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. — 12 November 1894

The Stove Question Z i The trade mark of the largest i : Ua ... i i sieve mam iu uic wui iu is ax : j t . 1. 1. 1 !. ii ilia i i'ii'i iiiiiuiii stove can do equally as veil tiicexpcrt. iVSKio scetnem t T - 1 rt . t . DAVIS CO Bee our Fall And Winter Our purpose in advertising is to let everybodj who buys clothing that is all mankind here about know that our suitings are in, and the finest ever displayed in the city. You are respectfully invited to call and see the latest in patterns and styles. Call and leave your order. J. B. ZIMMER, Star Block, opposite Harper house. K. iritKK, I'a-siilcut. JOHN JOEKS, Vice President. Plumbers, Steam and Gas Fitters. lslsr.il Heating and Plumbing Co. Hot Water Heating Ij'.'er Pumps i:. 17th st. isUn.l. IU. Tel. No. 1288 " i'e Aj.-r.ts for Ibo Fnnnan. J. T. DIXON Merchant T ajllob And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens, 1706 Second Avenua ES-Y'S CREAM BUM-nn the ''AftJjL-ft ; V'llw Ntm. l:nliiml,vlmnl Nine!!. :ni urr j 7 J-V)AK 0 VO ' t.lw iif litnt m'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. — 12 November 1894

THE ABPUB, MONDAY. NOVEMBEB 12. 1G94. THE AKGU8. faMM. tally and Weekly HMHMi inm. Bock Isisad m. J. W. Porm, Fnunn TIKKft-Satiy. aeeatspwwaea. Weakly. H.NtiMa;liilntutlJI. AO ewsamzlcattoaa or a crioeel er n aeemtet. anlMasl et leHftoaa, MM kSTC ml mm mcM tat pobllaatloa. Ha nek artlcla wm be arte ted am fktltloaa glnMana. Oirw unaitea soltatedftm mry towaehlp Mack Kiwi eaamv. Mxxdav, November 12. 1894. It expected Clark E. Chrr. of Galeslarg, wonld like to be United States senator. Czar Reed ought not to experi ence rnorh trooble in counting a qao ram i;i the nest boose. Kx-?overxor Ri-ssell, of Msss rhnse't. has been appointed a mem. tier oi me ooarn oi inrti lan commis- sioners. Pei eat inspires determination. This will he the ultimate outcome of this election, so far as democrats are concerned. The republicans ought to have taken their court bouse transparency npto that model town of republican rule Moline. Oif loANTiiEvi m exhibits are all the po in the country. Bock Island sh...

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. — 12 November 1894

THE ARGTTBioy D A V. NOVEMBER 12. 1894. 1728 ttetmi At. Young 2 Wilis. 1S 2l2VW o iiiipwi iauuu.3. Our entire stock of Fancy Novelties in Dress Lengths for this sale $4.50. All Dress Patterns that were $6.50, $7.50 and $S, your choice this week at only $4.$(J. All Dress Patterns that were $13.50, 14.00 and 15.00, take your choice of any of these dur ing this week at .25. nt., ,7 Panic Da V I 11 1 Mill . m m a. a aw. a n m Arnold's Black 46-inch Celebrated Henriettas, silk finish, has been looked upon as a great bar gain at 92 and oSc a yard, for this sale only 67 cents. J ' ;or im odic 77 cius rcr iara. All Wool Silk Mixtures, 44 inches wide, they have been cheap ac 50 and 60 cents, go as long as they last at 39c. None when these are gone. S-inch Diagonals, Whip Cords and Fancy Novelties, have always been staples at 68c and ;;c a yard, go in this sale at the unheard-of price of 42'jc. Come early for a choice 42c. . Tuesday's Bargains. (Vmfrt prints. Cunt' hk1 cotlun l-ailim' clonks ...

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. — 12 November 1894

THE ARGUS, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1894. CITY CHAT. Read Young & McCombs' ad. insure with Ilueting A Hoeft. Young 4k McCombs are giving away furniture. Drata gooda sale' all week, at Young ft McCombs'. An elegant line of fancy lace cur tains at Ctcmann & Salzmann's. See the new line of ladies1 writing desks at Clemann Jt Salzmann's. unyx tattles, a beautitul assort ment, at Clemann & Salzmann's. Don't fail to read Jackson & Hurst's ad. if yon have money to invest. Hot shot in Mclntyre-Rcck Co's. dr. this week. Head it this page. Charles Biifonl, of Chicago, is making a short visit with relatives in the city. The Ring's Ianghtors' entertain ment promises to be the society event of the season. Japanese carpot rugs absolutely given away ali day tomorrow at the big store. See adv. A prominent Second avenue mer chant tailor is soon to wed the daugh ter of another tailor. New coat and jackets for ladiet, misses and children, received on Sat urday at McCabe Bros'. . Saratoga c...

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. — 13 November 1894

BOCK ISLAND . vol. xmj. no. 23 E0C3 IGLAITD, ILL, TUESDAY, 1XOVEIDEI 13, : FIEND'S WORK The Stangler Commits An other Denver Murder. A WOMAN THE VICTIM. Mysteriously Awful as "Jack the Ripper." White Chapel Reign of Ter ror Recalled. McGANN FINALLY ELECTED Official Returns Show His Triumph. More Election and Other News in General. IH.NVKK, Xov. 13 "Stranglera' row." given over to Louses of. ill fumi.', was the scene of another mys terious murder -arly this morning. Tin- house of Kiku Oyama, a Jap anew jrirl. was entered by the fiend lif strange tnanja is to'choke wo men t. death. After he was gone tin- bmly of Kikn was discovered, ith marks of the strangler on her throat. She had been choked pre cisely a in the rrccnt cases of Lena ' :ipj.t nnd Marie Con tassoit in the .itiif wction. Kxcitemcnt anion" the di iraved women of the neigh borhood is similar to that aroused in the White chapel district in London ir.rr the doings of "Jack the Rip rT." And Now MeUana Is Elected. Ciii m.o, X...

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. — 13 November 1894

THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13. 1894. TflK TKAVKLKKS' UUIDR. QniCAOO, ROCK ISLAND PACIFIC Railway Depot comer Fifth avenue and Thirty-Tat real, Frank Q. Plammer, Agent. TSAIIIS. Xaa-z. vef Limftad dtf miia.. W k Wotta, Drnw A K.V.. K. C St. in A Minneapolis Omaha A Dsa Home tthaaha A Kansas j Omaha Dm Homes a"x... Omaha A Dm Molnea Rx.. Denver, Lincoln A Omaha... t. fan! A Mlnaeanol a Ht, Paul A Mlnneapo:h.... HI. Jwph, Atchison A K. O. Iftmnr, Ft, Worth A K. C. tKsn-a City A Kt. Joseph. TKort Inland A Waahiajrtaa. ) htcaro A les Molnea t t:W ami Mis am ami'U Hflpm t 0:tt t TVS ami ami 4 5 pia tl:4 an n is am 70 urn it H :9pm Mao t 6: 15 am am:t : III am :(Opa am t am t b loam 10 pm am If :ln am til tsnpm pm't r, :sr am :3pm ::lm W:!sl am t S port ? Arrival, t Departure. tDally.elceplSucday. All others dally. Telephone lim. F. H. Pi. tram aw. Aft, Bt'lll.lWUTois routb-c B. A q. HAIL wy Depot V'rrA avenoa and ttlxleoulh Mrnos M.J. lusna, atfeat. TRAINS. Mart, aattiva. tn. Louie Klpr...

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. — 13 November 1894

THE ARGUS, TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 13, 1894.' !VfM t:t ' H.l'M !IAtM-S IIAt M lilAi M lll'M II AI-M'N !IAl M"s , IIAI M-S , i!Al'M ,iivm nAi'r ,IIAll , IIA( M' IIAlM-N . .VM . HAI M ,IAf.M-S IIAI"M II.U M' HAl'M'S IIAt M lll'M's IIAlM IIAt V . liAl'M' litM MAIM' ilAt'M'S liAl M- IIAl'M' KUr GOODS, XFAV pricks AT- I 11 u II New Grocery Store :-: 1710 IHIJB aVSHBX., naud's Cleopatra Invis ble, II The flnsst CsXflnla fowls? miuic. It n part bpsuti lul rhfil like tint, and V vra ihtt k.n ck-ar mid f llr a an Infant. l h- on y cnmplr-toi pi tcr nin.fr ihM b ai nirtttctnal virin-- It vtltn-!y in-ra dUi lrs. bit ck hraria, red n" ami olljr kin. For sale In fcoct Ji'and J ) f. !V?" or. 4th ay a anh at. l ,rt i fold on a witihI of absolute t, r I. smilr pacaatfv fra.. KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when Hghtly used. lbe many, wlio live bet ter than others and enjoy life more, with lew expenditure, by more promptly daphne the world's best products to the ne...

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. — 13 November 1894

4 THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13. 1894. THE ARGUS. rsbltsled Dally end Weekr at 1M4 terond , Arenas. Bock blasd 111. J. W. POTTBB, Publisher. T KM Dally, ea aenlt pr week. Weekly, t. par annoa; la advance fl-SO. All twansulcatloae or a critical or aiwvaienta. tlTe character, polttieal or rellgiooa, aiaet hare1 real Basse attached for paMleatloa. Mo rach rlfeles win be printed error nct'tbms signatures. Curt inwMlwiee solicited from evorr tmmablp Bock island eoanty. Tri-fDAY, XoVEJIBKK IS. Thk jx'ople in I he c.inrossional ilixtrirt U-low iiA mm iii to have poltco B Mar.ih in which no ririntz M ill ever grow. They rc to im pitied. y'r. have heard nothing of that Illinois democratic crrjinanilor the republican were wont to bray about, hire Nov. B. We tlnuLt if tho re publican. hnl themselves retlistriet el the itate whether ther could have kept tho democratic representa tion dow n to one lone congressman. Gkjs. Post's repeated efforts to ex press his personal gratitude to the jieople...

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. — 13 November 1894

THE ARGUS, TUESDAT, NOVEMBER 13, 1894. ... Sttt CMi lock Mini voun 02 1C MilDS. v )RESS GOODS. . . i.i lis X'umjii iinpuiuuuns. Our entire stock of Fancy Novelties in Dress I .ninths for this sale $4.50. All Dress Patterns that were $6.50, $7.50 and $S, your choice this week at only $4. JO. - . t t m. ake iour noice at 5u.. All Dress Patterns that were $13.50, 14.00 and 15.00, take your choice of any of these dur ing this week at $11.25. At Only 67 Cents Per Yard. Arnold's Black 46-inch Celebrated Henriettas, silk finish, has? been looked upon as a great bar gain at 92 and oSc a yard, for this sale only 67 cents. For this Sale 39 Cents Pr Yard All Wool Silk Mixtures, 44 inches wide, they have been cheap ac 50 and 60 cents, go as long as they last at 39c. None when these are gone. 3S-inch Diagonals, Whip Cords and Fancy Novelties, have always been staples at 6Sc and 75c a yard, go in this sale at the unheard-of price of 2c. Come early for a choice 42c. Furniture Given Away. A large l...

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