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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 28 February 1889

! TEtE-'JIOCK J i A NATURAL BOXE SETTER. REMARKABLE OPERATIONS BY AN UNTUTORED WOMAN. he Was Entirely Without Professional Training Her Ability to BarceM fully Trent Apparently Incurable Cmn Mad the Sargeona Jealous As Interesting story of concern to Brook lyn people was recalled to me the other day Anxon la a little, picturesque village near v tuoria, in northeastern Italy, not far from the Austrian Tyrol. It to the home of 4 noted woman, whose fame ha spread throughout all Europe by her skill to roller human suffering. Reglna dal Cin was born in the village of Vendenciano, near Cod eg llano, veneua, April 4, loll, tier parents were Lorenzo Uarcbeuini and Marianne 8ando nalla, both of whom talonged to the peasantry of Venetla. Following the vocation of her mother, Roglna, from early childhood, dis played a taste for setting dislocated bones. At first practicing her art on chickens and tnimak, Regina's first operation, strange to my, wa upon her mother. One day, as she was going to ...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 1 March 1889

AILY Vlll, XXXVII. NO 109 'KOCK I8LAS1), FRIDAY. MARCH 1, 1889. PRICE FIVE CENTS. MOCK SLAND ARGUS Spring Disorders Khuttered nnres, tired bmln. Impure blood, ....,.., are the natural out come Id the Spring. A medicine must be uaod. and nothing eqimls Tnlnp's Celery Com pound. We lot others praise us you cannot help bPiievtns a disin terested nnrty. mi ..i:r-wrtil W. I- Ornlenf. Burllntr . v. writ'1: "I Ilflve u','l Palne's Celery - iiiVi'1 t nevcrHi occasions, and alwnvs ' 'i' V.'u n m I 'i-t HprlnB, Ixlusr very ninoh run i l. .f'ilit.itTT. 1 rotiiiiK'nrpd tilclnglt. v r i. 'li- ni ule me feol liken nrwnisn. Ah V...,T'! nd up Irnf niediclue I lo not In .w oi ir-T-iiii.d." ,'X7l IT IS EASY TO DYE WITH DIAMOND DYES J0f rat wtaKwi ;". vk "tit '' t-jX-i.'.a - . . si u At. ?. Si : Davis ri.crK, J,l'lii'f. illinoia. ! I. ex f. CI THE MOLINE WAGON. I he ioline Wagon Co., wouxi; ii.u. ISwttrers oi FARM, SPRING M FREIGHT WAGONS a .i'V . .-.Tr, , ),rif nf ri.ATF"T:M fnd nthi r f r1ti? Wa?oti...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 1 March 1889

THE ROCK AKGrTTB. FRIDAY MARCH 1, 1889. .j S i THE DAILY ARGUS JOHN W. POTTER. FBI DAT, MARCV 1, IH9. Hire's consistency with a vengeance, W. S. Hammaker, postmaster at Findlay, Ohio, has Rent in bis resignation declar ing that be will not bold office under Har rison. The place pays $2,500 a year. It is Dow practically established that the republicans will hare but five major ity In the next house. This Is all the "mailed band" succeeded in keeping its grip on, as the decision in the West Vir ginia cases is almost certain to be In favor of tbe democrats. The organization of the bouse with a majority of this 6lze will not be an easy task, or one that can be accomplished rapidly, especially in view of the large number of contested election cases that will come up at the beginning To those croakers who aro predicting the decay of tbe democratic party, the following figures may be commended: The democratic vote list November was 5.637,807; Cleveland's plurality was 91. 780. Four years a...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 1 March 1889

THE BOCK ISLAND ARGUS FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 189. WE HAVE BOUGHT THE ROBINSON & TALIAFERRO STOCK OF Hats and Furnisjiini Goods For a Song, and now we sing the Song, LISTEN: l.r,0 Stiff Hats for 7.V. Stt.no ,.: woo SI. " $1.25. 50 44 1 7f. 20 cent Collars, 5 cents. Underwear, Gloves and Mitts GOING AT HALF PRICE. Call early and get bargains, most go. Lloyd M vM'FACTt'nETlS OP Picture Frames, An l D- a'm in Arrets" Materials, F.'rlnniM. Siationery. Etc. 'C ; j TZkM & SLEWING, Maun fact nrers of and Dnnlers in PURNITURF E3 CARPETS, OIL, CJLOTIS and OTJJRTIIsrS l-sf-'all :uid examine our Goods and prices. KAM & FLEMING, "o. 1.811 Second Avenue, Between Eighteenth and Nineteenth Streets, iKEUmsTks BcildisoI ROCK ISLAND, ILL. WALL PAPER feu c We Lave O'Paintina (3,.i .l1 10 nake it bo. Cor. Second Ave., and 15th street. SUTCLIFFE BROS. U Neckties for 75c. 75c " 50c. fiOe " 35c. 25c 14 15c. Etc., Etc., Etc. as time is limited, and goods & Stewart. 3 O g b 03 w i 2. rr 6 S J! 3 KI...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 1 March 1889

THE BOCK I8LAXD JJlRGUS. FBI DAY; MARCH 1889. OUT IN THE COLD. Turned out in the aomoer twilight, , Out Into the bitter cold, And the pitiless sleet aa it sweeps the street Is piercing ber garments old. And the babe on ber breat Is ciying. And ber little ones, clust'riiie; 'round In Tsjnie affright at the fulling night, Are clutching ber tattered gown. For the rent was not forthcoming, And bow could the landlord wait; And what did he know of ber want an 4 woe As early she toiled and late? H couldn't be losing his money It's only the way of the world 1 And why should be care if she crouches there 'Mid the storm king's wrath unfurled r She has sewed in the dawning sunrise. She has stitched in the jtnth'ring gloom. And her eyes have grown dim and her Augers thin As she worked In her dreary room. But the pay was very uienper. And the mouths were many to fill. And the fatherly heart lay far apart In the grave yard on the hilL So she stands In the decp'ning darkness, And ber tired and ach...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 2 March 1889

Rock Argus Islam J Villi. XXXVll. NO 110 KOCK ISLAM), SATURDAY, MAR.CII 2, 1889, PRICE FIVE CENTS. Spring Disorders Shattered nerves, tired brain. Impure blood, debilitated system, alt are the natural out come In the Spring. A roadlelne must be used, and nothing equals Talne's Celery Com pound. We lot others praise us you cannot help believing a disin terested party. LiVf.rtim: "I hare usl Palnes Olerv ton uV.iind ou spvnral occaaloua. ajii always T 1 ... ,n.j (iiMUtatl. I comniynwd tubing It. Tn V-ttlra tnada me fel like a new men. As K"-"'11 and spring uiediciue I do not hun nr. i.nwi puuux, wiul iuuiii run kii,.wuMtHiai. IT IS EASY TO DYE WITH DIAMOND DYES Hi v&A mm 5 I V IS Kip V" wa Davis Block, Molina, Illinois. Tclepauc -04. THE MOLINE WAGON. The loSine Wagon Co., IWartnrers ol FARM, SPRfflO and FREIGHT WAQOHS 4 tt, wtr,vmvFK m of TLATFOPM nd othrr 8.r1r? Warnn. rclalv sdptcd to Um Wi-itrn Irinl- of npi ri T wnrKmenh!j end titi i-li I ilu rntr., IT'i l ;t tree od n; llrat...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 2 March 1889

THE BOCK -TBEAND AIH3UB, SATUKDAY MARCH 2, I8S9. THE DAILY ARGUS JOHN W. POTTER. Batch oat, Mabcs 2. 18R9. Tbe bill Introduced by Hon. E. W. Hunt In tba lower bouse of tbe state legislature to guard tbe purity of tbe bal lot box and put a check on corruption and bribery In election matters, will be brought np for consideration in a few days. ' A camber of bills with tbe same end in view have been introduced, but Mr. Hurst's bill seeming to meet tbe re quirements more fully than any of tbe others, has been practically adopted by tbe judiciary committee, and that body has unanimously ordered that it be favor ably reported to tbe bouse. 4ay ervieea. At Trinity church tomorrow, Qujcqua KexitDH Sunday, se rvice at 10:45 a m, 12 m and 7 pm. At the chapel at 2:30 p ni and 7 pm. At the United Presbyterian, services at 10:43 am and 7:30 p m. Preaching by the Rev. W. F. Johnson, of Stan wood, Iowa. Sunday school at 9:15 a m, IIus?h Warnock, superintendent. At the Twentieth street Evangelical ...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 2 March 1889

THE iBOCK ISLA'KD ABQU8. SATUKDAY. MARCH 1889 WE HAVE BOUGHT THE ROBINSON & TALIAFERRO STOCK OF- Hats and Furnishing Goods For a Song, and now we sing the Song, LISTEN : 1.50 Stiff Ilats for 75c 2.00 $2.5' :i 00 U. " $1.25. 50c 35c. ?1 50. 25c " " 15c. 44 1.75. Etc., Etc., Etc. 20 cent Collars, 5 cents. Underwear, Gloves and Mitts GOING AT HALF PRICE. Call early and get bargains, niuft go. Lloyd MMTACTL'HER8 Of Picture Frames, An. I iT in Artists' Mite-rials, Eu-iiini:, Stationery, Etc. CAR LOADS OF- IJNT STOCK. WV ar the Western agents for the stove manufactures 'f Tapm:, Rioe & Co., and carry the largest stock of stoves west of Chicago. In buying of us you virtually 'my of th manufacturers and at lower prices than any retail dealer can atfrd to make. It will pay you to see us iiet' r you buy anything in the shape of a'stove. WILL ARB BAKER & CO., Opposite Harper House, Rock Island. WALL PAPER ri.Ti.fefF Pi2 fir o - 'sW eft o W. UW thelargeststoclt in th. . bound o r&am...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 2 March 1889

THE KOCK ISLAND AHGU& SAT UK DAY, MARCH 2, 1889. OPPORTUNITY. The gats of Paradise, the poets say, Swings open, untold splendors to diadoxa. Once In thousand years, compelling those Who would behold to linper In the way. In the court I waited patiemlyy And watched the changing throng. Life's Joys and wops Lured one by one away. 1 shunned repose. Lent the great should more to my dismay. Long years crept on. One day 1 clotted mine eyes, - By weariness an instant overcome; The (rata swung open wide, and closed again Forever lost my glimpse of Paradise. O striving, toilsome years ! O cruel doom 1 To linger, filled with sharp, regretful pain. Ashley Oldham In New Orleans Times Demo crat. , THE BELLE OF CROSSCUT. - Crosscut was a river town, with ail that the. name implies. . Log runners and millionaires mingled on an equal footing. There was no caste in Crosscut May the best man win, was the motto of bcr citizens, and a genuine love of fair play dominated the hearts of those rude kni...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 4 March 1889

Kqck Island Daily' Argu Wli XXyi. VO. Ill ROCK ISLAND, MONDAY, MARCH 4, 18S9, PRICE FIVE CENTS. Sleeple ss Wights i . . i For nearly a month I wu not able to Bleep, bat . after using Parxs's CILCRT COaTrOUND for two days. In somnla . fled and strenpUi return ed." E. O. Surra. Claiuaen, 8. C. I have taken onlT a part of a botUe of Paine" Celery Com noiiml. and It has entirely relieved Die ot ilnirwnfsw. from wlilch I have wiffered an ally." 1. AZTCLwr, reorla, IU. iMiiieNOim ComponnJ produ"es Bound and fr n -iiii'ir ti'i'i'- A physi''liw prescription, it not inr.tuln one niiniiful lru$r. l,tke noth inp it In a friiaranti cure for sleepiest l( .lirm-UoiiM r fnlihfully followed. '' ji .. Six for ss.no. lwietrlstfl. W W. KiruHJm Co., Biiriiotrton, Tt. Da vis Block, Mo'inc, Illinois. Tiiiepauae iUM. i-T W-A fllpL m THE MOLINE WAGON. The loiine Wagon Co., MOMSK, r itoatorers ol FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAGOHS i fiJ.'iRdrnnti!eie line of TLATFORM and other Spring warmis, specially ad-pta1 ...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 4 March 1889

THE BOOK-TSiarerP AIKTtTB. MONDAY MARCH 4, 18H9. HE DAILY ARGUS JOHN W- POTTER. Moicdat. Mabcb 4, 1889. HARRISON INSTALLED. Inauguration of the New President Ortit Crw4 Throne .! ct M areh The; Oath; f Offlee ud angaral Address The Cabinet. I5ACOTO4TI0Jf DAT. Washington, D. C, March 4. In auguratlon day preparations were carried out successfully. The division in cbargs of Gen. Gibson of the regular army was in liae by 11 o'clock, and began the march to the cipitol The senate doors were thrown open at 1 1 . At 12 president Cleveland entered, escorted by Senator Corkrell; then President-elect Harrison, escorted by Senator Hoar and Vice President-elect Morton, escorted by Senator Allison. All stoad while Presiding Officer Ingalls ad ministered the oath to Vice President Morton, who called the senate to order in extra session, and after prayer, addressed the senate. The inauguration of PRESIDENT rtARfllSON took place on the portico of the capitol, whither he was driven in company with P...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 4 March 1889

THE BOCK IBYJCfTO AltGUS. MONDAY, MABCH 4, 1888. Inauguration Ball ni inauguration eilk sale. Two grand events which occur this week, Will open the ball to inaugurate the sale of new silks just received, China ki India ilk. Shanghai silks and 8urah silks. One half (J), one third (J), d one fourth (i), less than value. We are Dot forced to sell them at Bach prices. hi Is not a forced sale, it is simply a special arrangement with the mills agent, wlilrcby we can sill silks at such low prices that will not occur again. aTrlAL LOT J QA Cents a ) It will not require an expert to tell they are CBISA SILKS) JU yard worth double. niTiiK LOT PKIN TED A A Cent a Need we say they are worth a half 1 IN'DIA SILKS ) yard more. tt'tikH S1LK9. ALL ) 4.4. Cents a ) QUALITY BETTER THAN THE NEW SHADES) yard EVER. 3 ASm I 68 cents a yard. Strips Surah silk 73 rents a yard, real value $1 20. One lot colored Faille silks. 72 cents a yard, $1.00. a yard regular way. Eiack Armiire silks 9 cents a yard, you...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 4 March 1889

TEBOCJ MARCH. 4, 1889. HE following list liwtwaw" I K 100 names w th8 Pidnt, and, following in the order here given, tha (1a tea of their birth, popular election, election by completion of doctoral count or bouse of representatives, inauguration, retirement and death. In the case of the four -lre presidents who succeeded their deceased chiefs, the date of their assuming the office U given, a that of their formal in auguration was of course the same as that of the president. George Washington PU 22, 1733. No common date in states for popular election. April 6, 1780; April 30, 1789; March 4, 1TOT; Deo. 14, 1799. John AdamsOct. 19, 1735; Nov. 8, 1796; Feb. 8, 1797; March 4, 1797; March 4, 1801; July 4, 182a Thomas Jefferson April a, 1748. No elec tion by popular vote in 1800; elected by v house Feb. 17, 1801; March 4, 1801; March 4, 1809; July 4, 1820. James Madison March 18, 1751; Nov. 8, 1808; Feb. 8, 1S09; March 4, 1800; March 4, 1817; June 33, 1836. James Monroe April 36, 17.58; No...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 5 March 1889

Rock SLAND Daily Arg- i i VOL. XXIVH. NO 112 ROCK ISLAND, TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 1889, PRICE FIVE CENTS. Sieepless Nights Tor nearly a t month I was not table to sleep, but after Ufttng P Ann's CSLSRT COlfrOTJKD tor two days, In omnia fled and strength return ed." K. Q. 8MITH. Claonsea, 8. C. t haim taton only PRrt of ' bottle of p,ane' Ceterr Com pounil, and It has entirety rellnved me of jleonlwn88' fro,n "blob 1 bae suffered gently." Mkh. E. ACTCLirr, Peoria, IU. pln's oiry Compound prodntwe anund and Mtiwiiiuir niwp- A plrysiclan'a prescription, it aim nt rontain one narmfuj arvg. Like noth .I. It la guarantee! cure for nlpeplesa-m-V If illnvUotts are faithfully followed. Il.iw. Six for $.-..no. Dnttrirlsta. wrii wniwwoiica, Bnriinirvin. vt. DIAMOND DYES V'k7i YJM DEANE Pavis Block, Moline, Illinois. Tcleiibuac .U&4. Ur5. T iki ii ii i w 'j 111'-;. '-V,-J flip iill THE MOLINE WAGON. The loline Wagon Co., MAI rvv rr m m.A sv . m SLaaksa Afcturers ol FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAG0H8...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 5 March 1889

THE DAILY AKGUS JOHN W. POTTER. Tceidat, Mabch 5, 1889. It it exPresident Cleveland now. Now Mr. Harrison, we will we If yon mate such a creditable president a OroTer Cleveland baa. It will tax your ability to tbe utmost, at least Tn people did not trust Blaine suN flclentlj to elect him president, bat be bat no tcruplet in accepting tbe most im portant portfolio in Presieent Harrison's cabinet James G. generally takes all be can lay his bands on. Gxovxb Cleveland retires from tbe presidency with tbe respect and confi dence of tbe entire American people There is no doubt of this in tbe world. Even those who have traduced and villi fled bim the most scandalously cannot fail to admire bim for bis robust integrity, his unflinching courage, bis remarkable industry, bis devotion to lofty ideals of public duty, his extraordinary executive ability and his manliness, independence and patriotism. He has male a mignifls cent record and has impressed himself upon the spirit and body or bis tim...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 5 March 1889

TIDS BOOK ISYmq ABQUgi TUEBDAy. MABCH 5 18S8. Inauguration Ball And inauguration eilk sale. Two grand events which occur this week, Will open the ball to inaugurate the Rale of new silks just received, China India , silk. Shanghai silks bd.1 Surah silks. One half (i). one third (J), A nne t urrb (J). 1ms than value. We urn rot forced to sell them at such prices. ?. -o- a forced it ' simply a special arrancemcnt with the mills agent, hr we can sell silks at such low jirlces that will not occur again. o!rrUL LOT ) Qfl Cents a It 8 rfllN'A. SILKS "u yard ..MB LOT PHIS rED S A A 0nU a I INDIA SILh f. JHrl tei KiM1 I Stripe fciurah silks 72 cents a yard, real value 81 20. Mn lot rolored Faille silks, 72 cents a yard, 41.00, a yard recular wav. Pluck Armure subs i"- cents n yru, you nave paw fi.tn, lor nudes in combinations and plain colors, for evening, for Btr'for tea i!',wns' nrt children's wear, old rose, absynthe, "m.d blurs, reds and browns. Ladies who are on the alert for Blsck Arm...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 5 March 1889

THE? BOCK ISTjAND .ABGU8 TUESDAY MARCH. - 5, 1889. THE MUNICIPAL BODY. Regular Monthlj-jMeeting of the Common Council. Mills Allowe aa Oiker laaaartaBt at t era Aete rpa The- .!: . Clerks f Eleetlaa A4Jarai aacat t)T)algat. Cut Coukcix Room. Rock Iilakd. March 4 The council met In regular session at 8 p. m.. Mayor Blanding pre aiding, tod all tbe aldermen present ex cept bcott. Tbe minutes of tbe lait regs ular and adjourned meetings were read and approved. Officers' reports for tbe nootb of February were read and ordered placed on file. The maor read a mes sage Tetoiog tbe ordinance proriding for semi-monthly meetings of tbe clt? coun cil. Alderman Hampton mo red that tbe ordinance be passed, tbe mayor's objec tlona to tbe contrary notwithstanding Tbe motion was adopted 10 to 3 (Negus. 111. McConochie). Aldermtn Howard from tbe comuettee on claims, reported back tbe Warren Rogers case without recommendation, the man offering to settle for 1 275 . Tbe re port was received and ordere...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 6 March 1889

Roc bland Daily A GIT KOCK ISLAND, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1889, PRICE FIVE CENTS. I mTxXUII. NO 113 Sleepless Slights For nearly a month I was not able to sleep, but Httnr usLrur ParNfs C blurt Compound for two days, in somnia OhI and Btrt-npt.H return ed." E. Q. SMITH, ClBUM3f'0. 8. C. " T have taken only prt of botUo ot a' Celery Com oound. wid It ta entlivly relieved me or teenlesswss. from which 1 have Buffered paim' tCelerv Conipounn prmmn'ssnimn ann vfr. stiliid A i'l'"l'I:,'s presortntlon, it .iTi.-sn'ti'ortiilnoii'' .' - it w 11 tru.u Ol'lllin IMI' ii'ii mi ui ui s . e.i,t- tun. 11- it Ha puiirnnU'ed cure for gleplr. UK r f,i!lliftll1v tllllliwi-.i ti "0 six for fs no. j'rieff!sr. W Bixi, Rif hakpson t o, BurlliiKbin. Vt,. DIAMOND DYES ErT Ki---T-x' TfVsT 3 DEANE Avn v..,-..;-? iLl ':. 4 Safety Uri tors Davt? Block, Molirif, Illinois. Tllnoue -U&&. I. fe THE MOLINE WAGON. The loiine nuLnt; r 1 77 MMtttums ol FARM, SPRUNG and FREIGHT WAGOHS A f;fn(frnmi,:pie i, or PI.ATF...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 6 March 1889

THE BOOK -TBEAl-TD ARGFTT8, WEDNESDAY MARCH 6,H18B9. THE DAILY ARGUS JOHN W- POTTER. Wednesday, March 6. 1889. Aa Ouii la a PIItlrl lesert. Chicago Bermld. Nearly generation ago tbe American children, under the lead of Moses Lin coln, abandoned the fertile regions of democracy and moved into the republi can wilderness. Tbelr marchings, their encamping, their number of sanguinary battles, their sufferings and triumphs were as numerous and variable as those of the f ortysfears' journey of the children of Israel. Tbey sinned; they were pun ished! tbey were bitten by avenging ser pents; they were choked by thirst; they died of hunger; tbey were smitten by pestilence, and decimated with the sword of the destroying angel. Twenty-four years later the afflicted remnants who were strangling through the desert reached a democratic oasis in It which they entered and remained for f ur years. Now tbey leave this demo cratic rest and commence once more their march in tbe wilderness. The uneasy ch...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 6 March 1889

THE 'SOCK- ISTA'ND ABGUS; WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1889. Inauguration Ball ,nd inauguration silk sale. Two grand events which occur this week, Will f!"n t,l; bal1 10 ,nu!?urate tbe sale of newsilks just received, China ,,V4 iD(i, hilK. Simnchnl silks anj Surah silks. One half (J), one third (1), ' . , Ipsa than Value. W nr nn fnr m .oil v. i.. ' I III 1 " i " - - - . . f , , r. 1 1 cihIi it 1 h aimnlv & bfreby c"n 8i,k8 at "u,'h ,ow Pcea ..prfHl I'OT ) 53 ( Cent9 i ,l rHIS.V SILKS) OU yard J tlL'UK "' OT PKINTED I C;nts a INDIA MiiM ( yru ai RH SILKS. ALL 4.4 Cents a THE NK' SHADES J yard '". ,MntTV ivnr rrtra i KSl18 1 Stripe Snrali silks 72 d ots a yard, real value $1 20 One lot color.-J tVtile silks, 72 rents a yard, fl.00, a yard regular way. I'.Hrk Aninire silks 08 cents a yard, you have paid f 1.05, for as good. All the nfW .U lf combinations and olln colors, for evening, for street, for house wer. tr t.-a iT'-wns, and children's wear, old rose, abaynthe, gobelin, venltion n. :...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
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