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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 21 November 1894

r I: PROFESSIONAL CARDS, a. o. mmui, a. d. con but. Connelly & Connelly, Attorney at Law. cxtles aaeoad loor, error MitchaE If ale'a beak, afeiaoyts loaa. Jackson Ac Burst. Attorney! at Law. f -face 1a Roofe lelaad National Baak boflaiar. a. a. itmit. a u waum. Swaaney & Walker, Attorneys and Conncellori at Law. OaVa hi Beacwtoaw Block. CharlM J. Seaxle, Attorney at Law. tml boelneas of all kinds prosaptlr atteoid la. Miai Attorney of Rock Island coast). Mice, rostnOea Block. McEniry Ac McEniry, Attorneys at Law. Lou anney oa good security; cave coli ac tion a. Rnfrnsor. Mltcholl Lvade, bankerr. tifrkw, fnoto(H-. Block. 4MHITCCTB. Geo. M Kerns. Architect and Superintendent. Offers for patent drawing. Room S Y M C A Hiilldlna Edward L. Hammatt, Architect. OHoa. Roob 41. Mitchell A Lvnde BnlldltC, Geo. P. 8tandnhar, Architect. Plan and aapertnteadenea for all elm of MutMiDRa. Room, m and Co, Mltcholl A Lynda BatldlnaT. Tako elevator. itv ornca. W. A. Darling, City Engineer. Bn...

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. — 21 November 1894

THE ARGUS. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21. 1894. .1 """s r iQ???' eJPerien w stove making has I JO taught us how to make a stove it 7. ?f 2 ?Vlnauc SOjWtestjn. of Jewe?sVves and t t ...til 1 i Mink-rate "in 5-1.-, sec them 3S52 "rs- lfyOUrfQf .j,Hljre oflLAKttST "d ' . . . . 1 J yi 1 w-1 w--1 mark will prevent Your Pictures Now is the time before the Christmas rush. Beautiful mouldings just in and Suing at the very lowest figures. Adams WaN Paper Company, 3io. 312 and 314 Twentieth street. M-gMt Store. Biggest stack in the three cities. GRAND FUR SALE -AT Bennett's M 1; iter cent discount ' all 1 I RllOODSbe .r.;i;r!;,' Xov. n, and '-'ii.tinuinj; for one week. HtO." Second Av. J. X. DIXON Merchant Taixob And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens. 1706 Second Avenue FIV'B nDrlM BiLM .aaavs. Alla.va twin and - TSttTrm, itrntotr. laiw ix. I 1 i r r ut nm ilr a. tnf. JA. wtrilm Mc. brugxieta or by coaj. ELY J.v ir FVV5 WILLIAM E1VTIG The Fashionable Merchant Tailor I las the most replete line of new pat...

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 21 November 1894

THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21 , 1894. THE AHGUa ribl'lkMI Dally M Weekly n MX rxmd Arenas. Bock Island 1U. J, W. Poms, PCBUSBSB. I.CO per annam; In ad vane c $1 M. All tommnnkstlons of critical or axs-namta. tra character, political or religion, mat Bar ral aaoM attache for peblleaUoa. Mo rack artlclca win fee prlntM ovwr Sctitlou algnatairs. ODrrmtondrnse solicited frost every (own hip Hack Island enaiiur Vrixr.PAY. November 21, Sm. fiiifi-i, of Hair, has just b-en married for the fourth time. .'.r.RK9WAS Kvas traveled from Sow Mexico to Kansn to vote. Wiif.x Senator Teffer was a news pnpT man hi chief horrors were jKM.-trr aniljoke. ajaiaiaBoioBBi Til kick are over one million miles of telegraph wires tip in the world, rnotiplit to go around it 40 tines. Projects are now on foot for the con struction of about one thousand miles more. The fart has at last trickled through the headeof John Sherman, the old sage, tht the tariff is a tax. and that is a Uigger victory for twiff ref...

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 21 November 1894

Siot Csia jijirtmeatSiort Young c nccomos. Special Sale On Dress Goods Special inducements for Dress Goods buyers all this week. Any purchaser of Dress Goods to the amount of $2 ur 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 ?9c silk on wool fancies, which we will continue to sell as long as they last. Come quick. All wool Vi'sts or Pants, size 1G nr ni .!, Fancy Dress Buttons, worth 25c per doz, for this great Mali", per lrz -c Chi!. Iron's Fast Mack Hose, 2oc quality, for this great Bale, sizes f.J, 10 jr)C A !:ir::e sio Kacinator, all wool. 1J yards square, l.lack or white, cheap at 7.1c, for this sale 42e Ei.lcr.lown for Childcrn's Cloaks, per yd 39c ltdies' l.lack Wool Mittens for this sale 9c l.adie." and Gents' Tennis Flannel Night Robes S8c Another lot of those Celebrated Cotton Batts fic niir i 12 Coney Capes, for this sale S.99 Harbour's Pure Linen Thread ;,c Corlic...

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. — 21 November 1894

THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1804. CITY CHAT. ry ynnr water rent. Sauerkraut at Buncher's. insure with Huesing & Hoeft. Decca concert tomorrow night. Thursday Adams1 14 sale opens. Beecher's telephone number is 1883. M. M. Sturgeon left for Chicago last night. Fire dollar shoe only $ at Adams' this week. Catawba nod malaga grapes at iless Bros.1 A few good parquet seats left for Decca concert. Eating apples, bananas and Florida oranges at Long's. Rev. J. Q. Adams, of Neponset, was In the city today. One dollar saved on a $5 shoe at Adams' this week. William Stengel went to Des Moines this morning. tleorge St odd left this morning for Shropshire, England. Mrs. T. R. Harper's condition is about the samo today. A full line of imported and domes tic cheese at Bunchcr'. Attend Adams' $1 sale this- week, comprising all ' shoes. Green onions, lettuce, parsley and oyMrr plant at Hess Bros.' Nice young dressed turkeys only 11 cent a pound at Long's. Oysters, celery and dressed chic...

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 22 November 1894

VOL. XLHT. 170 31 " " BOCK ISLAHD, ILL., THU&8DAY, NQVEZIBSa 22, 1894. FJ11C2 TXOS3 CZ3TX mi ii ii mj su i i 1 1 i.i iirt n mnn n i nv i nt Mbitu wis pupil What it Will Cost China to Settle. AMERICA'S GOOD OFFICES. The Terms Will Give Japan $175,000,000. A Mysterious Discovery in Mexico. THIRTY HUMAN BODIES. The New Bond Issue Prom ised for. Miscellaneous News of the Day by Wire. WA-.iusr.Tos. Nov. 22 The auth or :ition to Ministers Dun, of Tokio, w IVhIiv, at IVkin, to act as intcr niriliiitiiry in peace negotiations be tween China anil Japan according to ,I:i;:n'.- niggoation, in reply to our iT'iverntnent' note, offering its good nilii'i-r. "ent them Tuesday if offer nf China a cabled to the Associated l're from Hiroskim this morning, wliii-li turns out to bo correct.it would seem that China has hastened M take advantage of the offer. It is estimated China's offer would in volve the pavment of $175,000,000. li.Kprrttt t'onlllct at Port Arthur. Yokohama. Nov. 22 The Chinese Ya...

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 22 November 1894

THE ABGUS. THUB8DAT, NOVEMBER 22, 1CII4. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ATTOBKVTI. ConncUy at CofnnaUy, Attorneys at Law. Boor. nr HMkill Lyase's .sytoloaa. Jackson ft Hurst, Attoraeys at Law. Me la lok btaM KattoMl Bmk banainc. a. a. rnnii . . l. iiuo, Sweeney Ac Walker, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law. nflee ta Beafetoal Block. Charles J. Setvrle, Attorney at Law. Lea! sa.lsm of all ktada ajsaptly sttaid to. Stats' Attorney of Bock Island eoiatr. Oates, reMoaVa Bio McEnlry Ac McEniry, Attorneys at Law. Loaa ynoaey oa good estarltyi sseae eoliac tlona, IUfme, Hi tonsil a Lyede, hanker, OCee, roaMBra Block. AKCBmCCTS. Geo. M Kerns, Architect and Superintendent. Of en for patent drawing. Boee ITlCl Balldlaa Edward L. Hatnmatt, Architect. OSar. Mooai . Itcheu' trade Bandit c Geo. P. Stauduhar. Architect. flana aad npertnteen'enre for all claaa of Balldian, Room as aad Sk, atltckeU byade nwia tmi sMrvmwj. CITY OFFICE, W. Darling, City Engineer. Bator Block, ear aUawsbary Mora. ntmm. R. M. Fesxce...

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 22 November 1894

MCLURE'S MAGAZINE I OR 1895. Xe IV Begins December, 1894. A ..plctididly illustrated life of NAPOLEON. lrP j;roat feature of which will be VENTY-FIVE PORTRAIT3 ,,( Nfiiw'li'on- showing him from v.nitli to death; also portraits of family and contemporaries pictures of fatuous battle li, ;,!: in all nearly 200 IICTURES. ..pn in November and runs ihrinch ii'ht nnmliers. The tt:'r.t Napoleon Numbers, $1.00. DETECTIVE STORIES ;:, m.i'Ii Tiy from the archives of the !iKrKT'S I'ETrXTIVIC AOEXCV. 1 ,: . . . : i -. :m.l Tinkerton (Nov. 1S04); . ;. y, M.linircs: Allan Pinker . i l.:fr; Moriesof Capture of Train- i ! r-. Former. l!:mk-robbers, etc. , i, !. . inpli te in one issue, 12 in all. MiiUT STOUIES BY v, Ii llirar'.l riulnrd KiHirs, . . W "IJrU Mumell i...'r-- irr Orrav Thantt h' II. ir I'np'. Kline 'h -n .It ll:irris and many nt'ier. NO 1 1 1) C'OXTKinUTOUS. Ko rt l.orra Sipvonmi r v-r :kv '-rrtftorA Arohtlraron Frr?r . . t .w Hml Vtof. Drummonti .' -v. 'nil I'nrm-a Thomas llurdy -:iri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 22 November 1894

4 THE AJRGUS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1094. THE ARGUS. rsMutMi Dolly a4 Waokly M Atom, luck likn m. J. W. PoiTtt, PUBLISHn. TBUa-IMly, MMMmtM. Waokly, I .( jr una; la Mtum ftjs. MataraalcatloM of acrltlaal or iiiimiU chvMtn. poOttaal at raUglooa. fcovt ml mm attMskwl for fablMMtoa. no nek arttcta. wffl b printed em IcUUom straatarca. la Book blaad aoaatr. Tin kmmt, November 22, 189. K x -S kc it kt a r y Batard has re turned to Kngland. The president of a lottery company died ot heart diseatm this week. Pos sibly someone had drawn a prize by mistake. G'epar IUrins, Iowa, boasts of a band that has never played "The Washington Itt March." What is the fare to Cedar Ripids? asks a Chi. cago paper. Statistician Waite has calculated that 5. 000,000 American citizens de clined to vote a larger proportion than ever stayed at home before. Kepul. Uranism has gained no addi tion to its vote. Democrats were at home Nor. 6. Rnt they are ready to come out again whenever the leaders get together. P...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 22 November 1894

THE ARGUa THURSDAf, NOVEMBER 22. 1894. 5 Great Attraction -AT- tDAiVl Thursday, Friday and Saturday 0 t In all the Latest Styles in La dies and Gents' Wear, Comprising our finest goods in Turns and Welts in jdies, and all our Patent Leather, Enamels, French Calf and Cordovans in gents. By attending this sale it means money saved. One dollar in your pocket extra u you iraas witn ADAMS- For Your Fine Shoes This Week. Your Pictures Framed Now is the time before the Christmas rush. Beautiful mouldings just in and going at the very lowest figures. Adams Wall Paper Company, 310, 312 and 314 Twentieth street. B'KK'it Stor. Biggest stock in the three cities. GRAND FUR SALE AT Bennett's At 15 per cent discount on all FUR GOODS be ginning Nov. 11, and continuing for one week. H05 Second Ay. lips, V LATEST NOVELTIES IN dice m m ra ca an a E. F. DORN, The New Merchant Tailor. 1822 SECOND AVE Harper Hon Block A BOLD ROBBERY. The C, R. I. & P. Ticket Office Looted This Morning. - THE THIEVES ...

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 22 November 1894

6 THE ARGUS. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22. 1894. CITY CHAT. and French to go for a Emig, the tailor. Pay your water rent. Slippers at Dolly Bros'. Warm shoe at Dolly Bros'. Marie Decca concert tonight, insure with Huesing & Hoeft. Kxamine Long's bargain counter. Five dollars for fl at Adams1 sale. Try Adams' 5 shoe for tl this week. Aluminum ware at Young & Mc Cembs'. Removal sale prices s'.ill continue at Long's. Choice mating and cooking apples at Buncher's. All laities' $5 shoes for $4 this week at Adams'. One dollar saved on o shoes this Week at Adams'. Beat in town for the money Long's flour at 75c a sack. All the latent in imported goods at Emig's, the tailor. Hon. Jona W. Olson, of Galva, was in the city today. Banquet lamps from fl.69 to fl5, at Young & McCombs'. Cordovans, Enamels Calf, all at f. Adams'. Emir's is the place good tit and latest stvle. Marie Decca Concert company at Harper's theatre tonight. Go and bear the Marie Decca con cert tonight at the theatre. Ho...

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 23 November 1894

ROCK ISLAND VOL. XLin. HO 32 t livMli. On,- Between United States an J Japan Proposed. IMPORTANT TO MIKADO. Reavni'"cs His as a Civilized Power. a-.v '.11-. tr vsliam winciuiiy oigns n Today. READY FOR APPROVAL. China Seeks Another Big War Soon. Other Foreign and General News. W a-iiini.ton. Nor. 28. Secretary (Ir.hiini. on N'hnlf ct the United 'arr-. mi ! Minister Kurino, in bc- ,f .iMTinn. nllixeil thnir Ki"Tt!itriri ; a m u treaty of amity and .vmmi'rci' today, and it only awaits .tie rM.tii'ntion by the two fjovern :::ent. Tn Japan it is of supreme T:'"rta:ie a it considers a new .tV ft treaties with western pow fu'.lv r.M important as its . with China, t-ince they jive I'umiry full recognition by :iie e ilized "world as one of tho fully (vilied nations. As evidence of t;.i. when Japan's minister to (Jreat ;r:!:i;n tvi'titly conelnded a similar rrf nty wirh that country, he was dee rir. ,: with the highest orders of the ::.;ri' and raNed to the nobility. Amitlirr ffr I. nun. Y'h...

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 23 November 1894

THE A KG US. Fill DAY, NOVEMKEK 23. ISiM. V MISS DURKEE LIVES One Life That Holmes Will Not Have to Answer For. HER 00N5ECTI0H WITH THE RASCAL entirely Ihmc.I en liar rrt mm a Friend , f HI Wife, and la Iporun ef HI lUal Character The Young Lady Foil ml a Omaha Another f'hnplar Out at Holaaea' Ufa at Chicago Fltael Foaalbty Jlet Iteau. ClltCAUO, Nov. 23. It ha been found that It. II. Holme U not aridity of ono murder. Mia Kate Durfce In In the l.tnd ef the living and erfectly willing to let the world know what she know of tho irmtt awlndlrr. The lady live nt Omaha with Ikt brother, who la the aMtstant audi tor of the Burlington railway. A tclefrrnin from Ouiuha itim t.e following: "Mi I)urkte any thut alio only knows Hoi nun through Mn wife, with whom she was inti mate In her childhood. She hiid Vbtited Mn, Holme frequently in O'hicafto, tind during one of her vilt tho real cstato drnl which brought her Into prominence waa enacted. Thl wast almut four years aito. Ilolmen nuked Mi Du...

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. — 23 November 1894

Ii II A Clean Collar Onr tl-.nt you ran keep clean oil sMf tunc a collur that doc9 not ;, v.lu-ii yon get ovcr-hcutcd; tl, divs iKit lray on the edge, o t. ir cut at the buttonholes, and cm ! rlc-ar.cd hy simply wiping ,!: with :i wet sponpc or cloth. Ti:. s." collars nnd cull's nrc tnndc , ivif riiiji lincu collurs or cuffs ,,,, ;.n!i sides v.-uh waterproof v l!rl.'il." thus giving strength mi durability. They arc the only iti-rproof goods so made, nndl ccry piece is stumped as follows: f a- n Ask for t hist, nml refuse to take niiv imitation if you expect sat-i-t.u-tion. If your denier docs not kcop them, send direct to us, cn clnr.ini; nmount, nnd wc will mail vou sample. Collars 35 cts. cucb. Lniissocts. pair. uitcsizc, and v. i! c 1 her stand-up or turncd-dowu V coi.:t is wautca. THE CELLULOID CO, 4n--tV Broadway, Mew York. McC LURE'S MAGAZINE ton 13115. Vo' IV Begins December, 1894. A -tii. tidiilly illustrated life of HAPOLEOft, Tin- irivat feature' of which will he SZVZNTY-F...

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. — 23 November 1894

.4 THE ARGUS, 'FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1894, THE ARGUS. rtkteM OtDf sat WneMe at m MCM4 . 1mm, aecft Iaian4 m. J. W. POTTM, Pcbushn. Weakly. MS pa lefacrracele aoflUeel or rsligloaa, attaclan fat pablleetion. Mo tack nrtaae iffl a stinted etttiow MpMM, CiiinnlwirtlaWlwww towneklp Fkidat, November 23, 1894. Till Cook county grand jury hu responded to Mayor John P. Hopkins' petition and indicted Chairman John K. Tanner, ot the Repnblican state committee, for criminal libel. kf is. Gov. Waite. like her illus trious husband, is sick of the went. She is also disgusted with the women politicians, whom she declares sold their rotes for a stick of chewing gum. St. Locis Rr.rcBLic: Senator Cul lom looks like Lincoln, bat he should remember that Billy Mason looks like Douglas, who once defeated Lin coln for the United States senator ship. -There will be a battle of the tintypes in Springfield this winter. TkMwtMM en Aaylanae. In reply to a letter from J. W. Baboock, of Columbia, S. C, regard ing...

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 23 November 1894

THE ARGUa FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1894. Great Attraction -AT- ADAMS Thursday, Friday and Saturday $5 Shoes for $4 In all the Latest Styles in La dies and Gents Wear, Comprising our finest goods in Turns and Welts in ladirs.and all our Patent Leather, Enamels, French Calf and Cordovans in gents. By attencing this sa'e it means money saved. One dollar in your pocket extra it you trad; with SOCIAL DOINGS. up to th times.. THE DARK SHADOW Mesdames Bear and Entertain. Simon in hosok of TisnurQ FBUarDS. Trl-Clty Society Golnic reople Dane at the Standard Clab I .ait Evening; Thoaa to Attendance Marie Decern Concert-Other Eventa. The dancing party given at the Standard Clab rooms last evening by Mesdames Jonas Bear and L. Simon in honor of the Misses Tony and Car rie Bauer, of Chicago, and Hattie Freudenstein, of Clinton, 111., who are visiting in the city, was attended by quite a number of the young Jew ish people of the tri-cities. .It was a highly enjoyable and brilliant affair. the handso...

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 23 November 1894

n . . . . .1 CBS ARGUS. FlUDAV. NOTEMDEK 23. 1894. Stnmiicd Linens. St Tt: Stomped Linens r ' . .'-.X."'".. 'X'' , , ' ' '. ' . K 'h- ; '!. , ., , . j No. 03S Splasher 36c anl r;c 4' v ; a ; V No. 1510 Scsrf 16x70, 45c and 4SC. Grand Holiday Opening of Xmas Goods At the BOSTON STORE, DAVENPORT. Saturday, Nov 24. Many Features of Great Interest and Merit. SANTA CLAUS again extends z ectings to every child of every age; to their fathers and mothers, rich and poor alike. It has been nearly a year since good-nalured, kind-hearted ?nd thoughtful old Santa Claus bad th ph-asure of making home and hearts happy Although almost forgotten, he has been very busy, planning for weeks and months, night and day, with the view of visiting and mak ing all the good girls and boys merry on Christmas time. It did not take the keen old fellow long to make up his mind where to locate for his headquarters. After the hearty welcome received at the Morton Stor last ear, and seeing the verv extensive prepara...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 23 November 1894

THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2. 1894. Amusements. Theatre, Ik j E. Montrose, Hantger. Sata diy. November 24. ,,, -,.rrv m.n&rch of the ndtislrel orld. jfie Al. 6. Field's Minstrels. -nti.n T r ..I" h ine .nert.co'.ar Pantomime of Aladdin. ... i sir Sinck 15. M. 11.11, Comedian yoc- rintri'iif nanioisi of the limn: I,,,,., 'Iir rrMir comedian; lUrryl . ,.. m u .! mlrih; MnoreA BeoMtn. tn . .,.m niira. the lwlm.i:ailc: Kdilie llo-l ii...-U.-v. ommyf-nrev. will Walling. I , ,.,. ". .1. Walter Wllvm, Harry ". I iwMiirt in. moi.ii. rl i ntinian. Urn. , , ,i.t Mm." military Bai.il, Erncat , ; ., n :i..r. MlNTi:F.t. MAGNRTa 40 The irir.a'rrl Oral pajt. u. I ,ii Lit the suwam-e River. ji,n .tre, " li' rull fli'lil.-lhr I'.nto- , ,. of ;m. Iii. Tne loun . Hait!et, tr'"ir.' rv, inf nnilan. oi t'. A'ai.iima paiaee. , i, ' Sciv. KKOWLED'GT! STAKTING HORSES. SOME OF THE REASONS WHY THiS IS A DIFFICULT BUSINESS. Why It la ardor Hero Than la Other Conntrlea Bother of Short Daahn Pop alar Mlsund...

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 23 November 1894

8 TflE ARGUS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2tf, 1894. CITY CHAT. Emlg. the tailor. Adam' for bargains. Taj your water rent insure with Huesing & IloefU Five dollar for fl at Adams' sale. Four dollar tale of shoes Adams. New nuts mixed and assorted at Long's. Italleflowcr apples at Wcekel & ra-sig's. Michigan apples by the barrel at Schauta's. The place to buy flour Is at Weckcl ft Paig'. Dressed tnrkeys, geese aod chick en at ling's. Shirt waists, 10 cents, Saturday the London. Buy yonr buttcrine at Buncher Bros', market. New line of ulsters just received at the London. Maple svrup fiJic per gallon at Weckel & Passig's. Child's suits, worth 1.5, for (1. The London. Have your dime ready for your carrier tomorrow. Dressed turkeys, ducks and chick en at Schaum's. All the latest in imported goods at Emig's, the tailor. Nice eating apples, orangos and bananas at Long's. Field's minstrels at Harper's thea tre tomorrow night. Malaga grapes, eating apples and bananas at lluuchcr's. "Climbin...

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 24 November 1894

ROCK JkNB AJRGUB, VOL XLIII. NO 33 ROCS ISLAND, ILL., SATURDAY, HOVEHBS2 24, 1894 PBXG3 TXXBS2 CZ3TX HAS FALLEN. of the city. Little's livery barn. Sol- zcnstem's livery barn. Smith & Lv. on' transfer barn, Huntley's whole. sa.rurujr store, tne armory of Com' pany C Fifth regiment, I. N. G.. and IVrt Arthur is Finally in Ja- or JW0 otbr placcs were burned 1 . 3 J out Georpe Brewer and a colored pan b nanub. man- named Davis, who were sleenino- in a barn, were burned to death. wne nunurod horses nor-o i DETAILS OF THE CAPTURE. The loss is ioo.ooo. - GHOULS AT WORK. Caught in the Very Act of Dig ging Up Corpses. FIVE MEDICAL STUDENTS "BUN IN." The Report of its Evacuation This Time True. 24 China's Great Stronghold Taken. is BIOS FOR NEW BONDS. Yale Leads la Firm Half. Spkisgfielt. Mass.. Snv. TL. ..... iiio great annual loot ball contest m-tween lale and Harvard is on. At the close of the first half the score was: Yale, 12: Harvard. 4. The playing is very liorce. One man had nis ...

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