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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 17 November 1894

2 THE ARGtTa SATURDAY, NOVEMBER -17. 18U4. SHY OF OUR PAPER. German Capitalists Insist on a Business Reform. teCDHlTlLS" TEAT AM K8ECITEE. ffce Assotmm Railway Eatei-nrlsa LmI4 laa wHk Sneelelaa mm Cinnaltaa; a large Onaatlt? mt Miwmdwta. Hamad far ovrnnen tafmUN That 'NM fiml PalalSi-atlon af Ae aaata a ad Other Manotlty. Washiwtox, Not. 17. Frank H. Mason, I'nlted States consnl general at Frmnk fort. In a special report to the state department, states that American railway securities hare fallen Into bad odor in Germany, and he endeavors to point out the ipmom therefor and sufrgests meas ure for rehabilitating them In the financial world. He Mrs that in Frankfort, which was the Una Kuropran money market to ac erpt Vnlted States bonds daring the dark ays of our war. and where American In Vestments had been popnlar, not only are nr new sectiretic refused because of American origin, but those railroad bonds and storks held for years hare been re turned to America and their proceeds I...

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. — 17 November 1894

)IAfilC EXPLAINED. THE STA3 TRICKS OF HINDOO CON JURERS MADE EASY. The Hne Trlrfc LxplaJnod fcy Kellar, the lt'n-,, ,he Which Globe Trnttrr etrrrns Claims la Mlraeulonsl lrfrnirU tiy Yogi Ml Tin' teli' of hand performances of jlr MusUi'lynp. a remarkably clever v.'t. have excited a groat deal of in , rv.t in London. Not only are his rri' !: cWiHfulty done, lint bis explana tion . f othi r triclcK have attracted much ntti-ntiun nnimiK n class of men 'who ., ..:.'m viit the luilltt whero feats of thia e. rf ;.rr pn-sHitcd. Tin- Mail and Express recently pnb ;,.!, .1 mi ni tide from the London Spec t.ifur in which tho writer describes one ,r fvo trick which he saw in India ami v liirh tnyxtifled him greatly. Here .. (.; , whic h, by the way, is described Vy TlumuiK Stevens the globo trotter, ntiN siys that the Yogi men, who per form it, are aided by an occult force that the world is an yet ignorant of. A jii'ulcr placed a elotJi over tho pave rtfTit of the. Htreet, and presently he tvi...

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. — 17 November 1894

THE ABQUB.. 8ATUKDAY. NOVEMBER 17, 1894. THE ARGUS. muttai DaHj tmt WmI a m nmal J. W. Form, Pnunn. raMtPsny. ma pa Mt. par inm; la Mtuci fl JO. An ao wteHo of acriocalot amiajsuta. traa character, potttlaal or ralittoae, awl bar tMl mm attach for pablloatkav Mo aaca tick, wm m printed om etttloas alfaatuM. wwrnowi sonenea ncs mn towaabip Satiboay. November 17. J9. It is likely that Congressman Wil liam M. Springer will on his retire ment practice law in Chicago. The papers throughout the state are complimenting Kock Island coon t j in carrying the proposition to Imilil a new court bouse. Ho. Ricn akd Yates, son of the great war governor of Illinois, has been elected judge of Menard coun ty, by the largest majority on his ticket. He was snowed under two year ago. as candidate for congress man at large. Peoria Hekalo: Mr. Tullman's candidate for senator is Mr. Pull man's lawyer, Robert T. Lincoln. Imagine, if you can, Abra ham Lincoln being a candidate for United States senator under...

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. — 17 November 1894

THE ARGU8, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1894. Sustain Home Industry On Tap everywhere. Only Union labor employed. The Rock Island Brewing Company, success ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery. 1. Ruber's City Brewery and Raibie & 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 fs 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. Reer Gentlemen's Mackintoshes With Kxtra Long Storm Proof Cape (ii-ntlcnicn Mackintosh Box Coats. Ladies Mackintoshes with plain capes. Ladies' Mackintoshes with silk lined e:i .. Ladies' Mackintoshes with triple rape. Ladies' douUe-tcxture Mackintoshes wi:h plain capes. Ladies' double-texture Mackintoshes with triple silk-lined cupes. Misses' and Boys' Mackintoshes. Men's...

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 17 November 1894

THE ARGUa SATURDAY, NOVEMBEB 17, IC34 THE THAVELF.RS' GUIDE. (B1CAOO, BOCK ISLAND A PACIflC rUlrway Depot corner fifth arena and TMfly-WI iwi Kraah H. Flummer, Agent. TUAISS. Ptivr UaiSsd liii'ii..1 Ft Wrth. Ditw II.O..I K. C St. Jos MtBOMpOlif Oass A Da Mmet tomaha A Kami City tmtahaA Dee Molne Bx... IBM A Da MnlD-a Ex.. Denver, l.tneoh) A uniki... ft. rl Mlaaeapol St, Psal Mtnneapolts.... t Warn :fau t ft 9) am : U:pi BUt 4:v!S ! fit:" am a is as 1 8ia 7:M) H:Oain :M) aai taiam't :Spci 11:30 aat :! an r :iuu St. Jereptt, Attalaon IK C. 1:46 am it 1:10 pa- n:lalt11:Xipm usessr, r. worts A a., r. tKsn-s.s'ltv A St. Iwpk tRocl Island Wwhhwtaa. tctitin Dna Molne ll:fJ0pa t 6:am 18:80 aai tl:pn It I:pialtT:8iw Armal. tDspanar. Dairy, except Sunday. All sben dally. Tipaooe iw. V. B.PLinnuB, Act. BrrajsoTow rovttb-o. b. war Depot flrat are a i atrtev M.J. Yours, axeal. J. RAIU t sixtesat TR1US . Itraw Bipn aa at. U'l Kxpree St. tl rasaerarer Bean.st .wn l'Mwiior. Sterling hwutn Itahuuae ...

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 17 November 1894

LOOK AT THIS No trade receipts, only a limited number of 6-hole ranges, full nickel trimmed, Boston bing covers, en ameled covers, enameled reservoir. A Six-Hole Range For $25 Cash. Just think of it 1 They are fully guaranteed, too. For a bargain, now is your chance. Sold only by JOHN T. NOFTSKER, Corner Third Avenue and Twentieth St. GRAND FUR SALE -AT Bennett's At 15 per cent discount on all 1 UR GOODS be ginning: Nov. 11, and continuing for one week. 1 Second Av. See our Fall And Winter 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. ZTMMER-, Star Block, opposite Harper house. J. B. J. SFILGER, Contractor and Builder. Shop and Residence No. Si i Third avenue. J 'US M. rARIUOK. HENRI A. I'ARIDOX PARIS our d sow Painters and Decorators PAFES SA1TOI2S, CALSO...

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 17 November 1894

8 CITY CHAT. your water rent. Th Mikado" tonight. Shoe ae at Doll Bros'. Bnttcrine at Buncher Bros iatare with Ilnesinir & Hoe ft. At Marshall A Fisher'., cup for fl. it ts a trrand cup for 1 at Mar nan riber'a. Mr. T. K. Harper's condition is nenanped tod sr. Take advantage of the men's shoe ai at ioWt Bros'. Children' shoes at greatly reduced : n .. T 1 1 r , " Every lady look in Marshall & iisner window tonight. Don't fail to read Jackson & Hurst a au. ir yon nave monev to invest Tostniastor J. F. McNabney, of Hampton, was in the city today. The sparkling opera. -The Mika uo, mi uarpurs tucatre this eve ning. liusb.tnj, brother nnd uncle, call lor a ticket at Marshall & Kishi-r's for the cnp. Tbe lioiick Otter comp.inv in The Mikado ' at Harper's theatre this evening. Wen s hand-sewed Cordovan. Kan garoo and French calf shoes at $3 at IJolly liros . Airs. Mnin, the milliner, will ro to Chicago on business tonight, re- at i uiiiiu .uotjiiav. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ble...

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 19 November 1894

VOL. XLIII. m 28 FREE SILVER. For This the Republican Par ty Must Declare in '96. A SIGNIFICANT MOVEMENT riatform Must Deal With the Issue Unequivocally. Otherwise There Will be an Independent Ticket. FUNERAL OF THE CZAR. All the Imperial Houses of Europe Represented. Ceremonies at St. Petersburg Today General News. Mivvkai'olis Nov. 13. The Jour Cary. S. I)., correspondent write that he has it from undoubted ntithorit v that n movement largely in I he Lands of" Senators Steward, J..1T1 and IYttijrrew, is under way fur demanding ly the silver men that tin- republican party in its platform of 9' sdiall deelure unequivocall v for the free coinage of silver. If this is refused they propose to make Senator t':.neron. the standard bearer of a in party on the plaform of protec ti.ni and "free silver. It is even said that Cameron has already consented to run. funeral r the C'zur. ST. I'KTKKsr.rK.;. Xov. 1!) The re- muin of the late oznr were entombed today in the cathedral of Saints Teter ...

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 19 November 1894

s THE AI.GU& MONDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 104. THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE. Qmicaoo, moos nun pacific IMItn-PmK earner Pitta svsaue and TalrtidMst mt, Mat B. f-laasaer, agent. . nuns. Psavsr KfK UaM t t-Mea If S:9aa S:an S:mea .Warlk. , Dttw? A B.C.. 11 an pa lai 4:pa SUaa tSAipn t:aa t:Maa t:npa tl:Maa B. Cj. St. Jo A Mtaaeaaolie iiwm s a, rot. .... oeea A abases City.... OmUt Dm Mornrs Ba. IflMtot Dm Mots St Denver, Lhtenta A Oaeae. St. rail Mtaaeaaora.., . Peal Mlaasanolta.. t T:Mu n.:40aa finosa mt:Maai t:MI ua StWaa 11 :M aa Joseph, Atchison A K.C. 1:45 am t S:I0 pa rver, r. worn a a. o. StlsaatiitSOpm i! City at. Joseph. miMOaailt ua kl:H(atli k Wem't t :! lal d A Waahlaataa. piimi a w aereen, imnl. Dtuaitaw. tDatrr.txwptSaaday. All nam toll. Tatopkona 10. P. B.PLmnnm. Aft. Bcbxihotow sncTB-r., a. a q. Ai.e way Depot First am Ml aad nig laws tk ...Yost THAIHS. ay Loast Krprsao Ma Lonte BXpreea....a. St. Peal Pessjeegor... . Sesntssown Passougsfa Sterling laaiair THirmqua PaaMOfer'... uin...

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 19 November 1894

THE ARGUS, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 19. 1894. (i i,a fuel vott hnrn Vrwir efnt?. t,....'.. ' J .v. olun.UVu:su I Y draw right ; doesn't throw oct tha heat ; wastes the fuel. It's one cf those stoves made to sell tn hum. When iiu. - -- - .. actual service; one that will give win save your la vpnr gGfST STOVb 9 JHI M THE WORLD?! ..-...MMimtMMMiiHitiuwiliHUtmmMimm rayi GRAND FUR SALE -AT Bennett's At 15 pfr cent discount on ail FUR GOODS be 'innin Nov. 11, and continuing for one week. !;.! Second Av. r i See our Fall And Winter Suits. Our purpose in 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. Gentlemen's Mackintoshes - With Extra Long Storm Proof Cape Oi'iitlenicn Mackintosh Box Coats. Lailie' Mackintoshes with plain capes. tallies' Mackintoshes with silk lined L...

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 November 1894

THE AKGUB, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 19. 1C04. THE ARGUS. mitskw Dall? and Wsskry at SB Amm, asck Man ta. 3. W. Fonu, Fnunn. TakM Dell. MMM Mf H.MJM una; la advance W-BO. an nwutelw of a critical at ttva Cfianrtsr. odUMl or tensions. Ml ataw attarhsd for pabltoatton, articles wfll at prlatsd ever fcetlM rrsmdeas solicited from rtery iiiejasain nor. Island coaM. Muxdat. November 19, 1891. Ciiixa war indemnitr to Japan will te called "taels of whoa." Ex-Sesator Kbask Hiscock. of New York, is endeavoring to find ont where he . at. Ir it is to be ex-President Harrison against the field, the field bet ought to be a giMxl one. Is that newlr published narrative calle 1 "The Land cf the Changing Sun" a romance of Greater New York in 191, Mr. Dana? asks the Chicago I'ost. It begins to look as if Editor Me dill and Col. (ieorge R. Davis were combining in Chicago to knock ont old Shelby. Mar the gods speed them, saj the people of Illinois, if thtT succeed. William Ccllex Brtaxt began to writ-i verse 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. — 19 November 1894

THE ARGUS, MONDAY NOVEMBER 19. 1894. Y0I1 lift. We will give every economical buver of Rock Island and vicinity Tuesday, Another chance to profit sal! for this day only, TUESDAY, Nov. 20. Special inducements for all this week. Any purchaser of Dress Goods I . t 1 M to tne amount or z or more wii be entitled tn live yards of Cambric, 1 one spool of silk, FREE. The above does not from 63c to 39c silk on wool fancies, which we wui comuiuc iu :eii as long as tney last. Come quick. All wool Vests or Tants, size 16 W) doz Fancy Dress Buttons, worth 25c per doz, for this great sale, per doz yc Children's Fast Black Hose, 25c quality, for this great sale, sizes fij, 10 15c A lar'e size Kacinator, all wool. 1J yards square, black or white, cheap at 75c, for this sale 42C Et'li rdown for Childcrn's Cloaks, per jd 39C tallies' lSIack Wool Mittens for this sale gc Ladies' aod Gents' Tennis Flannel Night Robes 88c Anuther lot of those Celebrated Cotton Batts ." 6C Our f 12 Coney Capes, for this ...

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 November 1894

CITY CHAT. Pay your water rent. insure with Huesing & Hoe ft. Young & McComba tomorraw. The Harper house fed 107 for din. ner icxiay. Astrlkan capes Monday, 112.99, at iouug ec McioraDS'. - . rree, iree, iree arcss I mines at ioung Jt McCombs'. Have you seen Young & McCombs 15 cloak? It's a dandy. ire warm caps for bovs, only 19 cents at Alclntyre-Reck Co"s. Mrs. T. U. Harper's condition uows gradual improvement. ib. ir. r.. ju. oaia is slowly re covering from her late illness. Teaches, pears, crapes, bananas ana choice apples at Hess Bros.' . Don't fail to read Jackson & Hurst a ad. if you hare money to invest. Melntyre-Reck CVs. corset sale is the best ever given in Hock Island. Miss Claire, dilmorc is conva'es. cent after her recent severe illness. Head lettuce, spinach, radishes, cauliflower and green onions at Hess Bros . Astrakan capes, 30 inches long, 90-inch sweep, large collar, Monday, The prettiest thing in a music cab. met just received at Clemann &Sal...

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 November 1894

VOL. XLIIJ. NO 29 WH A CRASH Sixty-Foot Smoke Stack Falls in Chicago. WIND TOYED WITH IT. A Number Probably Fatally Injured. Ex-U. S. Attorney Milchrist Anions the Number. THE JUDICIAL ELECTION. Governor Altgeld Calls it Today. X wsof a Miscellaneous Char acter by Wire. ( Mil T.T V- II!. m.o, Nov. L'O.A CO-font steel .k. -tai'k was torn from the Uni- i'i- -!nh buililinT htr Ihn u-;n(l . n n.l foil on the skylight of the IT:ii: i. v Abstract milium", tlrivimr h wi-r of broken 2-inch glass into tip-pri -i'iw eiov. II. II. Handy, lit fif tin ermnini n.l f t ""J I HU V. Ti -t. one of the clerks, are possi- ll - saiai.y lnjurcu. All of the re. n-n.' 1J5 employes were cut and tirn -"ii, iiuiuii mem e-L niteu i - listrict Attorney Milchrist. St:i I r-.iiiitiilent lnxurani-e (.'nmpany . i!:.-..,n. Nov. 20. The hearino-i.f ( tin t'lii-e Mutual Life Insurance ntp:-r.v. charged with conducting i :i:i.:i,Ii-iit business of the natute n i..:;rry, began in the I. S. court 'J'he ctno is a noted on...

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 November 1894

THEARGU8, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1094. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ATfOBWBTO. a. . eonraur. Connellj fc Connelly, Attorneys at Law. Offlcs Boor, over MobeE ft tyjde's Jackson Bt Burst. Attorney! at Law. 0m la Book Island Haaoaal Bank boOdJay. a., twin it. C. I WALKS. Sweeney Ac Walker, Attorneys and Councellors at Law. OftVw hi Benrstocs nkwfc. Charles J. Searle, Attorney at Law. Laga) satinets of atl Mads proaiptly srtaadt 4 to, Statel Attorney ol Hock Will coaatr. OSes, FoatoOea Block. McEalry & McEniry, Attorneys at Law. Lou sainer oa rood atuilty t mace coVjh Uooa. Reference, Mitchell Ltadr, banner. OttOS), aOStOaal?9 BfOOaC ARCHITECTS. Geo. M Kerns, Architect and Superintendent. Offer for patent drawing . Room t T M C a audtaa Edward L. H&mmatt, Architect. 41. Hit eh D Lynda Baudlnc Geo. P. Stauduhar. Architect. Piano aad oapatlataadaaea fnr an claw of Bnlldtaaa. Rooms W and So, Mitchell Lynde Balidla-. Takoalmtuc. citt orncKim. W. Darling, City Engineer. Bator Block, over Klnmn...

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 20 November 1894

THE ARGUS. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20. 1894. 3 LOOK AT THIS MUNICIPAL MATTERS. No trade receipts, only a limited number of 6 -hole ranges, full nickel trimmed, Boston bing covers, en ameled covers, enameled reservoir. Six-Hole Range for $25 Cash. Just think of it ! They are fully cuaranteed, too. For a bargain, now is your chance. Sold only by JOHN T, NOFTSKER, Corner Third Avenue and Twentieth St. ANOTHER DELAY. GRAND FUR SALE AT- Bennett's : i; per cent discount ail I TR GOODS be '.nin Nov. n, and i.t:r.i:inr for one week. K'!M SL'Concl.Av. liiSk J01IS JOERS, Vice President. ERNEST WAGNER, See. and Tver - I'lumbers, Vitcam and Gas Fitters. Back Island Heating and Plumbing Co. Hot Water Heating Heer Pumps . : v.. 17th St. Uund, 111. Tel. No. so c Acotx for the Fnrnan. 128 Semi- Monthly GeueU Meeting- Official Proceedings. City Council Room, Rock Island, Nov. 19, 1894 The city council met in regular semi-monthly session at 8 p. m., Mayor Medill presiding and all the aldermen present excep...

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 20 November 1894

THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20. 1894. THE ARGUS. hUNt. Daflj M WMUy at 898 f wad Awaaaa. Bock Iatand m. J. W. Pom, Pnumi. ThaUta Dallf, Ml OTBM) par Mk. WMkt7, 91.00 pt annum ; la advaac $1.80. n enmawBtesihw f acrtttcalot miawi ltr ctauactot, poMtlOTj or rcllgtoaa, Boat har imI mm attach tor pablloatloa. Re rack article will b. prtatad over letlttew HsBatan. Conaiondaai aollcrted froa ny towaahlp a Rook laml nmuu Ti esda y, November 20, 189. It has cost Japan so far $150,000, 00J to ace what war is like; bat. as China will eventually foot the bill, Japan can stand it. Tkubably if there is one act of his political life that W. R. Carey re grets more than another, it is that of threshing among the dunes of Car bon Cliff for votes for Fred llemen way. We are plad that Steve Hull has gotten in out of the cold at last. It was a long, weary wait but Steve never faltered in" the belief that he woulii linrlly be rewarded for his fi delity and devotion. After as good as promising the depnt...

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 20 November 1894

Sprt cub on I 1738 Utai aTI ocItlanl I Special Sale On Dress Goods Special inducements for Dress Goods buyers all this week. Any purchaser of Dress Goods to the amount of $2 or more will be entitled to live yards of Cambric, VA yards of Silisia, and one spool of silk, FREE. The above does not include our special cut from 68c to 39c silk on wool . fancies, which we will continue to sell as long as they last. Come quick. All nil Yosts or Tants, size 16 14c l) Faiicj Dress Buttons, worth 25c per doz, for this great nalr, per doz 7c Children's Fast Black Hose, 25c quality, for this great sale, sizes 10 " 15c A lar;'e size Facinator, all wool, U yards square, black or white, cheap at 75c, for this sale 42c F.i'lTilown for Childern's Cloaks, per yd S9C I.ai!ii'' Black Wool Mittens for this sale 9C I.ad'uV and Gents' Tennis Flannel Night Robes 88c Anotlirr lot of those Celebrated Cotton Batts 6c our f 1 2 t'oney Capes, for this sale $8.99 Iiarliimr's Turc Linen Thread 5C CVrtii'clli Spool ...

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 20 November 1894

6 fHE ARGUS, TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 20. 1894. CITY CHAT. Skates at Eckhart's. Tay your water rent. Men's shoo sale at M. ec K's. insure with Hneslng & Hoeft. W. L. Sweeney is in Springfield. The marvel rubber at M. & K's. Where, oh where is the sprinkler? At Marshall & Fisher's cape for tl. 1 Try the new firm Blnkcslev & Mc tfonald. Four-dollar oork-sole shoes 2.75 at M. & K's. Dressed tnrkevs 10c per pound at Schrocder's. Cork-sole shoes at reduced prices at M. & K's. Dressed' chickens at St-hroeitcr's. 8c per ponnd It is a fframl cape for 1 shall & r'iher'. at Mar- A choice line of fruit at lUinclirr's. California dried Malaga grapes and choice eatinj apples at Isuneher s. Every ladv look in Marshall & Fisher's window tonight. Try the new firm Kiakeslcv & Me Donald. 2301 Fifth avenue. " Seven-dollar hand-sewed, cork-sole men's shoes $5 at M. & K's. Hand -sewed boots, former 9. reduced to $5, at M. & K's. price A line line of fancy crockcrv at...

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. — 21 November 1894

ROCK ISJu AND ARGUS. VOL. XLHT. gQ 30 ROCK ISLAOT), ILL , WEDNESDAY, N0VEXXE2 21. IM4. tvl i r m. NOT WITH US. Japan Takes Not Kindly to Mediation. THE DIPLOMATIC LETTER. A Manifest Spirit Th?t Bor ders Insult. Wan's to Bring China to Her Own Terms. CHEMICAL BANK DEFAULT. l irst Loss of This Kind in its History. . ::S Miscellaneous News of Day by Wire. the amiimston. Nov. 21 The Asso i i t I Prrss cable from Tokio giving :Iip -ulistance of Japan's reply to the Ini'i'd Mute. touching the offer of tlii-t government to mediate between t n .1 anil Japan, has loosened the tongues of the ollicials of the depart ment of state, and they have given nut. in substance, that the reply which came in cipher message from .Minister Pun at Tokio last Sunday dues nut differ essentially from the iitit:inee aseablod to the" Associated Pri-i. It i.i very dignified and for ma'., having the imperial sanction of ;he emperor, which is a very insult in ' tiling in diplomatic negotiations vi-t intended as an ...

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