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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 24 November 1894

JUST AT HIGH TIDE. Pension Requirements at the Highest Point. LOCHXTK SITES THE SUM TOTAL, And Bay In TV. II Ha Xeoiled la Tin Tears Tttm ApfnrprlatM rraettoally Agreed Vpmm hy Ik Ham Committee WriBh('s Kaaly the Railway Agm trilMm af aMrlkslteprt ftogar Ilowaty Bwaiawaa la the C'ewrts. Wawisutox, Nut. 24. The auh-eom-tnittee of the hou committor on pensions wet and After I Wtt-nin.fr for an hour to Commissioner l,nchren's explanation of the requirements of hi office virtually de cided to report a bill providing for the ap prlatlon recommended by the commis sioner in hi estimate heretofore fur nished, except In the one Item offers for examining surgeons. The original esti mate ra that l,oon,ooo would be re claim! to pnr these fee, but Lockren told the committee that ho thought fSOO.OOO would be sufficient, and that figure was dcrtdud upon. The pension appropria tions aa deckled upon by the snb-commtt-tce will be: For pensions, $UO,000.000; aurgeonV fee. Isno.OlO. for clerk hlr at pe...

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. — 24 November 1894

THE ARQ US, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1014. JUST AT HIGH TIDE. Pension Requirement at the Highest Point. Lo&ntn sms tee sum total, And key. In Will Be eased la Two Tm The Apprwatrtatlon Practically Afind tjw fcy the HmmCmimUIm-Wright' Bepty la the Kalla-ay Age Crlllrtana af the fttrihe llepesrt ftngnr Itoeaty Bnlm la the I cmrla, WasIHSUToX, Nov. SI. The sub-corn-Inlttee of the house committee on pensions mat and after IWtt-ning fur an bour to Commissioner I-orhren's rxplanation of the require monts of bin office virtually de elded to report a bill providing for the ap prlatlons rnrnmnwndnl by the ooninil a loner In hi estimate heretofore fur nished, except In the one Item of fees for examining surgeons. The original esti mate was that l.CKX),nuO would bo re quired to pay these fees, but Lncbrvn told the committee that bo thought fSOO.OOO would be sufficient, and that figure was derided upon. The pension appropria tions as decided upon by the snb-commlt-tee will be: For pensions, $...

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. — 24 November 1894

Xii 'i S iXSH OF LONDON PS RHYMING FEATURE, WHICH IS PECULIAR TO ENGLAND. w Iih" ,',r '. and Von will Hare B linnd Marl, bat That Is Not All ,.( It l7 Any Mean A Dissertation ea aa I 'nfcanua "cirm"" Eywayof introducing tbo nibjoct lot wo fr.ini that thorn is a certain school iliii", r" dwellers for the mewt part in ri-ry r.nfafliionaJilo districts of Lon ,,,n v lio hold that a policcmaii in plain ,-inth drrsi cvcr " plainly, may !;! 1-- known as such by a cursory i.p. .-tioti of his boot. Whether this njiir.i'' i vr'Il founded I know not, bnt it. ( .tit-invf and ulso tho cxintcnoo of liivintni: shinj:, was brought to my no ne,, net I.M1R ago in Oxford street not t!in oxford street of west endors and jv onim-cy, bnt Oxford street "out S; 'pm y way. " I happened to bo rather .miitly Mind, and I wear spectacles, n'li'-ti arc, 1 snppow, often awwnied for ili' ptiriwwi disguise, and as I prosed 1 a Kri1"P favored loiterers at a tn i t corner I distinctly heard ono of them n mark to anot...

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. — 24 November 1894

xiifiSrXVGOFLOKDON ITS RHYMING FEATURE, WHICH IS PECULIAR TO ENGLAND. s,T -i rml-i " For nnots, ud Ton will Bare ,, ;.m1 Mart, bat That la Not All f t hj Any Means A DlMcrtatlon on aa Inkf00 Science. war of introducing the enbjoct lot n! f.Tvmi' that thor is a certain school f ilii.iki'rx dwellers for the most part in very nnfafliiotiaMe districts of Lon ,,,nv.lio hold that a policeman in plain ,l,,t!ns, rtrvss ho ovor so plainly, may :iyr 1 knowu as snch by a cursory jnvctinn of his boots. Whether this ,,.iiii.in i well founded I know not, but jt cxisfiioe, ami ulso tho existence of rhyming slantf, waa brought to my no tuv not long ago in Oxford street not t!v oxford street of west endcrs and jv ytiincey, hot Oxford street "out sri piny way." I happened to bo rather .timtly hliod, and I wear spectacles, utiirh nre, I Htipposc, often assnmed for tin' imrpneo of disguise, and as I passed K a proup of ill favored loiterers at a ftreet comer I distinctly heard ono of t hem remark to an...

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. — 24 November 1894

THE ARQPB, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24. 1894. I THE ARGUS. TttllthU MlTtX WartOyat M iiHH, lock lalaa m. J. W. Poms, Fnumi. TtUtS-DailT, taa atata pat k. sTaakly, tt.M pat Manj la advaacatuo. AB Wlilculim ot aerttteal cr mit Bra hmatef, poiltlaal or rallfloaa But kav. tMl mm MmM for pabllaaUoa. Ho rack rttclw wffl m prlataa orar fcUtloaa rtfaatoraa. CtllMf uldM aalleitad frasa am towhln Sati rdat. November 24, 1894. Bh Platt Is anid to be for Tom Venl in 18. If such is the case. McKiolcy and Harrison may as well bang op fhoir harps. A little thing like a sprained an ki. even if aggravated bj the gout, will not impair the vigor that the president is apt to throw into his forthcoming message to congress. Dr. Holm as. of Indiana, savs the next democratic candidate for the presidency will come from the state of Illinois. The landslide has not affected the discernment of the "old watrhdog of the treasury." com ments the Springfield Register. Illi nois will furnish the next president and he wil...

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. — 24 November 1894

Great Attraction THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1894. -AT- ADAM S 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 ladi s, and all our Patent Leather, Enamels, French Calf and Cordovans in gents. By attending this sa)e it means money saved One dollar in your pocket extra it you tradi with 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. 4 darns Wall Paper Company, 310, 312 and 314 Twentieth street. Rigest Store. Biggest stock in the throe cities mm tin "sstea The best hol;day dis play of GLOVES and FURS in the three cities is at Bennett's GLOVE AND FiR STORE Where the best bar gains are made. ICOo Second A v. Bennett's Celebrated Seam less gloves arc the best "loves made. f ' LATEST NOVELTIES IN rocs iw fail vm OA BC E. F. DOUtf, The New Merchant Tailoi 1822 SHCOND ...

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. — 24 November 1894

rflE ABG08, SATUKDAY; NOVEMBER 24, 101)4. THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE. ("H1CAOO, BOCK ULAX1 PACIFIC Befrwey Dean sorrier Pitt mm sad TMrly-erst rant. Freak B. Plaauaer. Agent. TB4UU. 1 Detr MaPad AOa-ka..r IMlB StORea n. Waftk. Dearer B. .. t B:SO aa K. f. St. Joe MlnnesaolM t S:SS aa 11 -SO pra Btrjopm 4 :S pm a IB am Oaanaa A Do M olatw. ....tT:Mam t' ae X-se aty Itl:0 s ! Pee Nornee Ex. ..I T:nO SOhiaaa Owe Molnea Is.. : t B :90pm t B:1B aa t S :10 am t Mpa t Btttam t StlOrsa tll:S0pra t s:tsas vS:Spm t t:Slm Deaver, Uncota Omaha... t-.M as P. Caul Mtaaeapol a : ai IK, Peel Minneapolis.... MtSOai IN. Joseph, Arehhwja al.0, ' t:45 ai Der.var.Ft. Worth K. C. Btltei lKsiraa City St. Joseph llMp ilbv-k teUad Watataa. no m tO'n ADeeMvlMa.... t 1 pi Tra) Ort u-sn $t:tiy except Honda. AT hefarfsJlr TvlepBrne tuA F. LPunn. Aft. B ruLnroiMii uoute c. B. o. bail- way Depot first ma a aad llxtarata stro, H. J. Ton as. agent. Tmim. atuva. a;.rits Rapraaa... :0a t : rnt Knm i T-jO.a. Sterling ftabi....

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 24 November 1894

HE AttOUfl, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24. 1G94. LOOK AT THIS A Six-Hole Range Just think of it I They are fully guaranteed, too. For a bargain, now is your chance. Sold only by JOHN T. NOFTSKER, Corner Third Avenue and Twentieth St. n A io rr HfcATIMi AMI VEXTILATIKO KROlKKKuT HAVE YOU SEEN fPUT? P A "DTfH If Not, Why Not? Come and see the Heater, and judge its m.-rit vourselL Fifteen sold this sea in. and more going. Call for descrip tive circular. n 2 and 114 W. 17th street. Telephone 1113. JOUX B. PAttlUU. PARixiorj & aoij Painters and Decorators FAPZB SASQX23. CALSOIOIISSS. te. SHOP, 119 Srontoenth St., SOCK ISLATU, ILL. " . At J. SPILGER, Contractor and Builder. Shop and Residence No. 81 1 Third avenue. SEIVERS & ANDERSON CONTRACTORS and BUILDER- All kind of carpenter work done Office and Shop 721 Twelfth street Off W 5 0 8 I If No trade receipts, only a limited number of 6-hole ranges, full nickel trimmed, Boston bing covers, en ameled covers, enameled reservoir AT HEKBI A.. ...

Publication Title: Rock Island Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island Argus. — 24 November 1894

8 TflE AKGU8, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 24. 1834k CITY CHAT. "The Lcne Inn." Emlp, the Ullor. Field's minstrels, ray your water rent inture with Huesing & Hoeft. The Lone Inn" next Saturday. S. J. Collins went to Chicago last nizht. Field's minstrels at the theatre to night. Free lunch at the Young America tonight. ' Milo Lee left for Chicago this r. rning. A fine line of fancy crockery at Ec hart's. Watch for the opening chapters of The Lone Inn." Field's mlnKtrels at Ilarper's the atre this evening All the latent in imported goods at Emig's. the tailor. Toys and hnlMay novelties in great variety at I.e. k hart's. Bny your Thanksgiving suit of Sommcrs & LaVelle. Climbing monkey" for 1 cent. Ask yonr dealer for it. Ernie's is the place to go for a good fit and latest style. The El Reno, a good smoke for 5 cents, at M. F. liabnsen'. Boys and girls, ask dealers for climbing monkey," 1 cent. E. S. Snider, of Peoria, is spending a few days with M. F. Kahm-en. Don't fail to read Jackson...

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. — 26 November 1894

VOL. XLIII. HO 34 : " " CZAR'S BRIDE. Princess Alix Wedded to Rus sia's Ruler. THE CEREMONY TODAY. Performed With All the Show Possible. Turks Sensitive About Recent Outrages. U S. PAPERS EXCLUDED. Uncle Sam's Peace Offices May Yet be Accepted The Bond Issue Settled Miscellaneous News. St. rETEitr.rRQ, Nov. 26 With ;; the pump and show befitting such an occasion, the Princess Alix, of Hue Darnistedt, today became the wife ut Czar Nicholas II. of Kusj-ia. flHll fr ISunlulM aa rual. N'r.w York. Not. 2G. The doors of tin' National Shoe and Leather b.mk rpTed this morning as usual. One ; its directors ?aid the bank was ivrv'.v to jiay ont every dollar of its indfiiJednexs as goon as called tor. No trace is yet scoured of Seclev, the iiouiikccpcr. who managed to "rob it .f over $:'.3.000. The sons of the Iat; Frederick Baker Sceley, the al li'jrod accomplice, declare the charges against their father are unfounded: that he had no account at the bank, hut the bank officials declare that he...

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. — 26 November 1894

2. THE AltGrUP, MONDAY. NOVEMBEK 26, 1C34. THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE. I "WIOAOO. BOOK ULAWD AClnC TIMliil Pap" earner Fifth evano Bad ihivwh rest, ma su m TKAIXft. ri. Wana. Dmn K. C. K. O, aiDM NtaiawaoUa Oaatea Da SJnlaea t IrWl e:i S:si t:naa 11:30 pay l:M tfJBMaa Eaaeee CMy , OwteD- Hcitaes Ex.. tnarti Pea Kntm Si. Daavet, Latenta Miia.. ". real afhraissnls...., at- Waal A HUM I :1 as tt:Uu )I:Mm t :0&am t:Uaai t:lOpB S:ani -lt:sOi b Jee-na, Atchison K. C. I" t:4ii !:! i nun. wortaei a.c. city at. Mnpk IRese Island a Weeki-VuM .Catena-) A Pes Mm rni tm-.i tSiaupas imnL tlMlr.aaarptltaodai, AM -thaw dally. le nasi. V. Lrunn, As. BrauaeToM boutc-c.. b. o. ail wa Denot tint mui aad olsteeath Ml . i. Yoaaa. asset. num. ' li . iuTfczpt as. ........ ... :i0 am 1-Mvm M.LMI aUptesS I'TJ-aipat Sterling. Daboqae 44. FaOiit :0 pa- BsaiikHsiaa Pasewager 1:10 pm. marling, ftnhnqne at et. FaHt T:a5 a Dally. Dally except Sunday. TMta 10: 8:t0 fBlCAOO, MILWACUB ST. PAUL w Ballaat Baetaa teatbwvs...

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 November 1894

HARDWARE IF YOU WISH ANY THING IN THIS LINE CALL AROUND. We have also Rubber Hose, And ti complete line of tnixeu house nod floor paints, white lead, lin seed oil, etc. FRANK ILL 1610 Third avonue. DAVIS CO: H.AflMi AM VaNTlLATlNU UNHINKKKS. HAVE YOU SEEN THE ;- CAPITOL If Not, Why Not? Come and see the Heater, and judge its merits yourself. Fifteen sold this sea son, and more Roinjj. Call for descrip tive circular. 112 and 114 W. 17th street. Telephone 1148. A - U . s--: f JOn at. FARIUOlf. DltBtnATT are .MJLAM M CSWAH Painters and Decorators FAFS3 aUK&ESS, CJLLZZmSES, etc. CHOP, 419 Semtoostfc St., EOCE ISLAND. ILL. J. SPILGSR, Contractor and Builder. Shop and Residence No. 811 Third avenue. SEIVERS & ANDERSON CONTI and BUILDERS All kind of carpenter work done Oflicc and Shop 721 Twelfth street Don't Forget that when you buy Scott?Emul. sion you are not getting a secret mixture containing worthless or harmful drugs.. Scott's Emulsion cannot be se cret for an analysis revea...

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 November 1894

4 THE ARGUS. rMM Dally ad Weekly t M . mo ieta m. J. W. POTTS, FOBUgBKB. TBHMs Uaily, In ma par week. ekly, H. t Mm; ta Mnwi 11 JB. All mwmIoWm ef acrtOeal r a.gaanta Me. sWatte. paiiunl or rellgMea moat kav. fMl aa. attacked for pabUsattoa. M nek HttdM WW be printed own Bet IkM. slgaatarea. Cuer .pewlenea eoliated froa tewaaklp la Boe HTaad eaanee. WoJtDAT. XoYKMBER 26, 1894. Reti ass received from all the 105 counties in Kansas show that the con. tltntional amendment extending sarn?e to women has been defeated bjr Jlo.OOO rotea. It was rather small and mean bus iness for White'aw Rcid to po off to Kgypt and leave word for the Tribune tooun it mud batteries on Boss riatt, who has been one of the New York Tribune's beat paring friends GroKOiA's cotton crop this year is worth tZ.VOJo.OOO to her; bnt if sho manufactured it into cloth it would l worth four times aa much. When Georgia ceases to let New England do for bT what she might do herself she will have more money and fewer pope l...

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 November 1894

THE AltGUa MONDAY NOVEMBER 2L 1094. : or the patronage bestowed upon us by the thousands of vnuKrjPfr$? economical buyers YOUNG &.McCOMBSwill continue to show their appreciation by selling the very best mer chandise obtainable at lower prices than the same goods can be bought for elsewhere. bur big sales and low prices have proven that it pays to sell w..m. v-v. uuvcis appreciate our ettorts, for which we thank them most sincerely. This week we will give them A Thanksgiving Sale. his sale will be unequalled, unmatched, and unexcelled in any of our previous efforts. Come one. come all, commencing Monday and lasting until Wednesday evening. Young l Ms. i ABLE THEOLOGIAN. Thanksgiving Sale Thanksgiving Sale Press floods A full Dress Pat- Ice Wool in skeins, yon get more torn of Fancy French Novelty, all in a skein than in a box, for this wool. Dress (ioods, only the latest sale 9c. patterns and coloring, lovely . rlft-ds. at 1.65. $1.65. $1.65, Our stock in Underwear is complete. 1...

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 November 1894

I TflE ARGU8, MONDAY. NOVEMBER 2(5, 1894. CITY CHAT. The Lone Inn." Emig, the Uilor. ry your water rent, inure with Hnesing & Hoeft. The Lone Inn" next Saturday. Read Mclntyre-Reck Co.'e advt. Ask your grocer for 20-oonce bread. Thanksgiving sale at Young & Ma Combs'. Oysters by the can or balk at Ban. cher Hros'. Be sure to bnr ronr cloak at Tonne McCombs'. Sheriff C. l. Gordon went to Alexis this morning. R. J. MeOee and wife, of Chicago, are in the city. , Great Thanksgiving tale at Mcln-lyre-Reck Co.'s. Col. Henry CnrtU went to St. Tanl Saturday night. . Watch for the opening chapters of The" Lone Inn." All the latest in imported goods at Emig', the tailor. Read Young ft McCombs' adrer. tisement on tilth page. Climbing monkey" for 1 cent. Ask your di aler for it. P.J. McIItijjh, of Springfield, is Tiniting with his folks. Something new in sideboards at Clrmann ft alzniann'. Emig's is the place to go for a good lit and latest style. Boys and girls, ask dealers for climbin...

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 November 1894

x . "r. . OCK ISLAND' M ARGUS. BLUE, INDEED. Trouble Feared at . Blue Fields, ... BOCK ISLAHD, ILL., TUESDAY, U0VEMBS3, 27, 1S94 BRITAIN IS INVOLVED. I'nited States War Ship off for the Scene. I'rince Bismarck Sadly Bereaved. HiS DEVOTED WIFE IS DEAD Tears of the Effect on the Iron Chancellor. Miscellaneous and News by Wire. Other IWnoia, Nov. 27. Ad vires from tl-.i- Mi.7.uitu reservation say the i;r.:i-!i minister rrfut.es to recognize in' N u-ar:i;;u:in government at lilae iit. . telegraphed Tort l.uuion ( r lii- liritish nrhip. The Nicar a -:;:'.n ratial project is at the lottom ,.! ih.' matter aui! serious trouble is fi-::r.-l. Tin-1 oiled stairs I'ooltlon. Va-ihm;ton. Nov. 27. The state .;. r;i: :it"tit (tiioi.ils ami the Nicar-!iu-i.:ui Milliliter are diplomatically i .ht in regard to the reported t ri. !'! at Kiuclields. The United Mates wan-hiti Columbia ha been iT' 1 red direct to ll'.uelicld. which ttti N ftronly to contirni the story. i;t mitii. Ark., Nov. 27 Last ;t V. ...

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 November 1894

THE AUGUP. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1094. THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE. faUCAOO, BOCK ISLAMD facific y nttravy Tpnt corner Fifth mm sad Dwa- lUM AOavaha vt. rtk ! A w ci kin am Bros em K. C- SWee teaeasolla S:Kwa '43ft pa tOwtatbMHCtly Omaha Dm Mm Is... Omaha Dm Mom i. TA0aa lllM msrtoaa ttS:lSaa waver, uaeoa m oaut.i. M. raal A Mrnaeaaol's..... Kal A Ml-----. 11- 1:10 M i:ioaa It riea M. Joanh, Atehteoa ". C r l:aa S-IS an. :ISBa ttltSStBa wnw,! www ai nvti, lnm City St. Joseph .RoaB Ulaod Waehtaerlai IChwaaAPeeatolaee...., It r-lt :w mi SiSSem IfltSlsa Arrrral. DepartBra. ttMry.eseaptSaaAaf. AH etaera Sally. Tsltphtai Wi F. B-Funoin, Ad. BCTODrOTOH MOTJTE-C..B. Q. KAIL wasDeB rimjiiaM end Bli-toeBts TBAIRS. ABnrvB. kUMUPiM .S:0sb St. Lewie Mtpieee Tm m Sterling. Da Iraq ae a St. tll pa Iwdwm faaatBf I I:Mpb sterling, twiboaao a M.Pb"! ttM ' Daily. Dally except Sunday. T:Mm Trotaa 10 M1 S 4 a pea CH1CAOO, MILWACME IT. FACT. Ibtllwwy Eeetae a Saathweetera WvWloa Depot Tweatieta street, Mm Pim ...

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 November 1894

OOK HT this No trade receipts, only a limited number of 6-hole ranges, full nickel trimmed, Boston bing covers, en ameled covers, enameled reservoir. Just think of it! They are fully guaranteed, too. For a bargain, now is your chance. Sold only by JOHN T. NOFTSKER, . Corner Third Avenue and Twentieth St. I T T 1 - Ti or $25 Cash. DA Vis CO. A'.; L.TCILATINO LNDIXaKKS. ) HAVE YOU SEEN fug : CAPITOL If Not, Why Not? The best holiday dis play of GLOVES and FURS in the three cities is at Bennett's GLOVE AND pun STORE Whtre the best bar gains are made. 1605 Second At. Bennett's Celebrated Seam less gloves are the best gloves made. :iti: M-e the Heater, and ludce its 'iir-i ;f. Fifteen soM this sca- to I :n !! oitig. Call for descrip- ii: .ir,d 1 14 V. 17th stfeet. ;'."!'' 1 i t-s. THANKSGIVING SALE. Low Price Are the Uytac Word Inscribed on Kverx Article. Everybody roc when They ere dealt with iquare. And to and the right place. Go right to The fair. Finest new walnuta, per pound, 14 cen...

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. — 27 November 1894

THE AUGUB, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1CD4. THE AHGU8. raMiaasd Dally aad WmU at SM MC ,1mm Bock bias m. J. W. FOTTBB, PuBunra. lattUSe-DaUy, la seal par week. sTeakly, wnj ta idfnct WJO. All WintMrto of a critical 1 1 anjumaa live character, poUtosal er relictou mast hi vt rani aama attach for paMtoaUoev. Bo nek Miff la will to prtntM eve ttetltia alfaKaras Qrraie4aae aol toted feum mi avtraafcla hi Booh Island eoanrr. Tl ESDAT, NOVEMBER 27. 1894. Skxtixest in Iowa appears to fa vor Governor Boies as the next pres idential nominee. A oRAX pbTiician claims to have discovered a typhoid sernm which cores typhoid fever. Evkut day the conntrj tarns more toward Illinois as the state from which the next president must come and the democrats will furnish the man. Sm i.it Patxe was in Chicago yes tcrdav. and seized theopportun.it to call on Senator Cullom at the Grand Tacifi-. Payne is ignoring no chance to display his loyalty to Cul lom. whom be considers has the sen atorsLIp for another ix yea...

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 November 1894

THE ARGTJQ, TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 27, 1894. ter.1 I lm Ma aH Young d jttinis. For the Patronage bestowed upon us by the thousands of ic sana ana vicinity's econnm YOUNG & McCOMBS will continue to iKS their appreciation by selling the very best mer chandise obtainable at lower priced than the same goods can be bought for elsewhere. Our big sales ana low prices have proven that it pays to sell cneap. v.se ouyers appreciate our efforts, for which we thank them most sincerely. This week wc will give them A Thanksgiving Sale. n; sale will be unequalled, unmatelifrl mj any of our previous efforts. Come one. come ... w.n,tui114 monaay ana lasting until ednesday evening. I Thanksgiving Sale Pre tionds A full Dress Tat tern of Fancy French Novelty, all ,.ol. Dress Goods, only the latest pattern anil colorings, lovely rflivts. -at $1.65. tl.65, $1.65. yl.US. ()thcr would ask $4.50 fur tin- same. A lull l'inc of Kickle 1'lated ware Thanksgiving Sale 1,1)01 yds Craoh Toweling, for this .;rrat T...

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