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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 12 March 1889

THE BOGK IS Li AND AKGU8i TUESDAY, MARCH 12, 1889. A COMEDY IX THREE ACTS. THE NEW THEATRICAL MANAGER AND THE THINGS HE LEARNED. Tha Pretty Soubretta Who Got a Week' Wt(M lo Advance and tha Leading; Man MTio Carried Her Off In a Coupe After the Performance Was Orer. The Leading Man rests his cigar above tba sign. Rules such as these are for ordinary mortals, not for him. Ho regards himself in the looking glass with something of pleasure in his gaze. He sits down in a chair opposite the dressing table and shouts for his servant. This worthy rushes in at once and the evening's transformation scene begins. With a deftness learned by long experience the draser removes the master's street attire. The. master, in the meantime, is engaged in looking over the evening's correspondence. Here is a letter from a stagestruck school girl desiring an introduction. The note is torn up and thrown in the corner. The Leading Man has long passed that stage of his bis profession. The nest letter is a re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 13 March 1889

sl and Daily Aim u OCK i ll, NO. 119 KOCK ISLAND, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 13, 1889, PRICE FIVE CENTS. effect ihmilil tie mild, prompt, mid plensaut, with no griping or purzuttvfl etiwt. It should ulsp incitf fhe llvor to notion. uM iiiLffstton. and rellfvo lUo khinovn. Like nothing else. Pulne's Celery Compound la a perfect lnsatlTe, Hml cure constipation where all ot her romeUes mil. Unlnii'a fnlr fnm,r 1 1- snrlv without a pwr. I thluk I ought t, ,w inff' 1 nnve tivd remedy alwr reiue- '" K ntvit tKo or plx eors an1 nave founrt Vh'm -'tin miiHlMtlnniycaseofcosttvewwa." I II .IvSilSV11' '' ' vu" MHOND DYES A re thr rimplrrt D'jn mailt. A child t(ii uae ttim. J-2 VTA ' - 3ayh Ti.orK, I I I 9 rVKfSCT Mil rn 7T TT TiirAT T"NTTT TTT A rT.T XX XIXWXJXXN The lofine l ?--. fcterers ol FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAGONS 4 (v. " .r -"..Ptc line of TLATFOHM nnd other Spring WftmnP, cvec!aHy urt.ptd to tte ' f?; lr;iil- of pnporiT worKttinhip nnl finish l!!uf irntnl I'ri i I.Jsi free on HHjil'.ratuiu. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 13 March 1889

THE DAILY ARGUS JOHN W. POTTER. Wednesday. March 13, 1889. The funeral knell of the London Time some loyal ton of Erin haa said, ia Par noil. Oae of the Cabinet Boodlera. There la a great row ia the republican camp oyer me aeiecuou or Windom as aecretarj of the treasury. He has bad only a nominal residence in Minnesota for eereial jears, and his vote was chal lenged at the'last election on the ground that he had loat bia citizenship In the state. Mr. Sabin, who, at the recent senatorial auction in Minnesota, was overbid by Wasbburne, speaks out very plainly about Windom. He says: If Mr. Windom nomination is to be charged to New York, and it will htal the breach in the ranks of the party there, tarn our Minnesota friends can well af lord to bury their resentments, and bless the day when the launching of To polopsmpo snip railway, subterranean Broadway railway and many other wateredstock schemes attached the interests of the great minister of finance to the Wall street contingent of s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 13 March 1889

THE BOCK IST.ATD ABGUS; WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13. 1889. As Things 60, 1 WE WILL SELL Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday, end !1 tbi!i wrek if tby ,BBt ' ,0ng' Wbite Crochet Bed Spreads :W cfMirs each, ,.,r price one half more, and still tiher ! 'i. hii-',r ,n'1 ,,Ht,r h2't,n. nr,,M. not all the same quality, to go " h -y - CIm.'kv at 89 cents. Y(,hivi- pni'l 1 2-r' ,r 1 40 ,or 'horn . w,j ii o ii'.'Hin before the sea","n f. over. Tli.1 -ct to Hose thorn WMtH th" rorrni liir H hij 1 t nrt lhi T'v nni! t ' r,il"! ,h!s departmentONE TWO, THREE sp. ci-il things in VWte Marseilles Quilts. A 'i ',r' imrcliixe bousht before our r linf They nro just a little In We'll no wlmt we can to move ,h , Tine - pr '.'! niraed f.r the lot. .v.., mi i 1 ; i Htiit ii none worm less thin i IM- !l ,'x,r" i,iru Mi,:'!, It pavn more than ever this spring to trade at McOABE BROS. 1714, 1716. 1718. 1730 and 1732 Skcond Avevue. Rock Island. : i fk 'I 1 I CIS i-i j ' ik I , S h IS! J s- s u-j 3 fii'i ' lU f s. fur. M iMTACT...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 13 March 1889

THE HOCK ISIAXP Jill G US: WEDKESDA Y, MABCH 13, 1889. CLERKS AND THEIR FAY. A CHICAGO SUBJECT MAN SAYS THEY ARE TO ECONOMIC LAW. U Merchant Prefer Threa. Clerk to Two for too Same Outlay Disproportionate Ir crease la the Number of Distributor. Supply and Demand. Clerk constitute one of the most numerous classes) of a great city's population, and their type, manner of life, duties and temptations make an ever interesting subject for study. Thousands of men and women are today penned in behind the counters of innumerable establishments in Chicago weighing, measur ing, answering sensible and senseless ques tions, and cultivating habits of courteous ad dress for their own and their employers' in' terest and the majority of them for a pit tance wholly disproportionate, it is said, to the duties required and the services rendered. The connection between clerk hire and crime and Immorality, the responsibility of employers for the hardships and slips of their employes, the physical, mental...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 14 March 1889

Rock Island Daily RGU VOL. XXXVII. NO- 120 ROCK ISLAND, THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1889, PRICE FIVE CENTS. A Perfect thould he mild, prompt, and pleasant, with no griping or pursratlTe effects. It ulioulU also Incite tlie Uvcr to action. nM (HgeHtlon. and relieve the kidneys. Like notliing else, rnlno's Calory Cmiound la a perfect Uixatlve, a oi I cures const lpuiiun where all other rumedlsu full. ,, cntlo laxative PMne's Colory Cora--.unl ! surely without a peer. I think I ouRht I ktu.w siwe I have fried remedy alter rome1 - l ....I t. - .... .... . nrt (i.f alVIlt nve ur I JTOlfl im lima tfuivi i 'At ttinT equals It lu my caseot cosUvenesa" j it Jkskin. Teacmr. Cioyd's Creek. Ten a. DIAMOND DYES A cMU can we Am. 'Jfl. ; "31 rrrsi i)AVi Block, Mn'.ins Illinois. Tciiti.uc -Uf ' It 7S3Br WB 4 THE MOLINE WAGON. Ihe IHoline Wagon Co., JlOtrXE, Mmctms ol FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAGOHS A tt:: md mm,ip(( line of PLATFORM end other Spring Waron., e.reetally adapted to I M "ttra trail-' . of enpi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 14 March 1889

THE BOOK TB37AOT) AKGTCTB. THUKSDAY MAKCH 14 IS89. 1 a -) :'fi ': fl 1 i1- ? t THE DAILY ARGUS JOHN W- POTTER. Thcbbday. March 14. 1889. After the Harahalahlp. A Washington dispatch to today's Chicago Herald says: Congressman Oest is straining every nerre to get w. ti. Manger, or Kock Island, appointed marshal for the northern district of Illinois, but he isn't much more cheerful about bis prospects than other members of the Illinois delegation, and tbey are all gloomy except those who are mad. The Chicago members intend to capture either the district attorneyship or the marahalship, but the country congressmen think tbey can get both, only one must come from the east side of the district and the other from the west side. For the raarshalsbip Munger baa to encounter Dement, and as a candidate from iba west side of the district be and Tom Milchrist, candidate for district attorney, conflict. Dement would have a pretty sure thing for the roarshalship.but for the Net that General Hende...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 14 March 1889

THE BOCK; ISLAND THURSDAY MARCH 14. 1S80. WE HAVE BOUGHT THE ROBINSON & TALIAFERRO STOCK OF Hats and Furnishing Goods For a Song, and now we sing the Song, LISTEN : l r0 Stiff Hats for 75c. .() ,l " U. :il)0 " $150. $1 Neckties for 75c. 75c " 50c. flOc 35c. 25c " " 15c. " $1.75 Etc., Etc., Etc. 20 cent Collars, 5 cents. Underwear, Gloves and Mitts GOING AT HALF PRICE. fall ejirly and get bargains, as time is limited, and goods Lloyd & Stewart. must I pi M vXfKACTl'REBS Of Picture Frames, Awl rv-nltT in Artists' Materials, t't.'hinir, Stationery, Etc. 1 hi' O CD 55 KINGSBURY & SON, 1705 Second avenue. K1ANN & IFLEIYIIVIING, Manufacturers of and Dealers in C3 isa n v n k CAHPlilTS, OIL CLOTHS and OUETAIN8 I2r"CiiIl and examine our Goods and prices. KAUN & FLEMMINGr, STo. 1811 Second Avenue, ltween Eiglitfenth and Nineteenth Streets, Urmcim-iuahs HniLniNo) ROCK. ISLAND, ILL. WALL PAPER at a BARGAIN s SlsifcM XfXt1 I CD We have...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 14 March 1889

M "6 A ; '3 n . DASHING AND DARING. JAMES CHASTAINE'S BOLD CAREER AND TRAGIC DEATH. B Wa mm Mild Mannered Man a Evar Souttled Ship or Cut a Throat A PolI1ih1 Gentleman In Society, and a a Burglar Ha Had Few, If Any, Equate. During tba months of February and Marin, 1881, the city was stirred from the cantor to the circumference by daily reports of burglaries committed of tbe most daring nature. Forty bouses were entered on as many nights, and from each articles of more or less value taken. Such a state of alarm bad not existed in this usually peaceful community since tba advent of Wilson's ever memorable raid In 19ft. The streets were patrolled at night by armed squads of citizens, and the police force was Increased by putting on extra men. These burglaries were all of the same nature, the entrance or breaking being generally effected through the front windows, which in this city almost invariably open on a veranda and often open down to the floor. HAXD80MX "J08XPH SCTTOS." About thi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 15 March 1889

land Daily Argu Rock is m. XXXVII. NO. 121. KOCK ISLAND, FRIDAY, 3IARCII 15, 1889. PRICE FIVE CENTS. il Perfect ihould be nilkl. prompt, and pleasant, with no griping or purfruttvH effects, it should ahj Incite the liver to action, aid diction. Htid reUtive the klilnoya. IJke nothing else. ralne'a Colery 1 Compound Is a perfect IsixatlTO. and curcHOonatlp;itlou whore all other mmeillwi fuU. .i i.ruriru Pninp'a Celcrr ComJlnA iH urely without a pe-r. I think I ought T w7'w W I Imvh trl-t remedy after reme- . jiiiiuf tuttr ontti mycaaeof cosMvenwa." j 1 jki. 1 R t 7 ArrflirrimpU IHrtmailr. I DIAMOND DYES A c Atfcf ctm U- Uiem. Oati? P. look, Moliiif-, Illinois. V I iVW i pm THE MOLINE WAGON. The loiine totters ol FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAGOHS i ft.t r.,f ffin: ;. line of PLATPOTJM anil othPt Bering Waenn, e.t eclally adapted to Om rrnl of .iiptnnr wcirt:manhii (inil lin ili IHu'thiciI ITiri- List free od npllcaiion Sec the M'L1.K VAUN helor.- tirrlm.in'. New Elm Street Grocery DANQU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 15 March 1889

.1 V i 3 THE HOCK IBIjATTD AKOTTB. F1IIDAY MABCH 15, 1889. THE DAILY AHGU8 JOHN W. POTTER. Friday, March 15, 1889. Tbb first change made by the adminis tration was the removal of aa employe at the White house named George Hemp bill, a Pennsylvania veteran appointed by President Cleveland. The first blow track a soldier. Xzveb, in the hintdry of thTs country, has there been such a scramble for public office and spoils of war, as is now going on in the ranks of the morality party. Harrison is harraased day and night by the hungry hordes.. The statement comes from Washington that his family is dig 'tressed by the fear that he will break down in the face of the insatiable orav ins of the hungry spoilsmen, lie is trying to throw pretty much all the responsibility upon the members of contrress, and they in turn, are sneaking about through the corridors of the capitol in order to avoid the very hungry and very numerous mob of cormorants, whe are waiting for a grab at the public crib. An ob...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 15 March 1889

THE CROCK IST.Am ABGU8; FBI DAY, MARCH 15; 1850. WE BA.VE BOUGHT THE ROBINSON & TALIAFERRO STOCK -OF- Hats and Furnishing Goods For a Song, and now we sing the Song, LISTEN" : l.r0 Stiff Hata for 75c. 41 $1.25. S:(ii " ' 1 50. 25c " " 15c !.ri " " 175. Etc., Etc., Etc. 20 rent Collars, 5 cents. Underwear, Gloves and Mitts GOING AT HALF PRICE. Cull fr!y ami get bargains, as rime is limited, ami goods niiist p'. Lloyd m4 ail' I so y Y 9 W Hfl M VNCKACTTRRRS ok Picture Frames, .Vim! p.-u'rr in Artists' Materials, f'rlnniix. Stationery. Etc. P VJ I L i i r - . - - a y CAR LOADS OF- a 1 yuil IJN" STOCK. W ft re the Western agents for thn stove manufactuies f Tapux, Rioe & Co., and carry the largest stock of fctovws west of Chicago. In buying of as you virtually hny of th manufacturers and at lower prices than any Mail dealer can afford to make. It will pay you to see in hf.ivy,,u buy anything in the shape of a"stove. WILLARD BAKER & CO., Opposite Harpe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 15 March 1889

'"at ? i PORT BYRON. Pobt Byron, March 13. Lens Colgrove is improving:. Charlie Hunter was here today. Peter Johnston is seriously ill. i H. M. Gilchrist was here MondaT. C. C. Trent took in Rock Island Monday. The ice is about all out of the river. The south wind Monday started it. Dick Trevor intends opening up a first class meat market in Rapids City. The streets were crowded with teams Saturday and Monday, regardless of bad roads. Port Byron had her first game of base ball In the street Tusday with Neiwohner in the box. Mrs. J. W. Saxton, of Milwaukee, and Miss Bess Marshall, of Cordova, are vis iting friends in town this week. Mrs. H. C. Trent left on the 4 o'clock tmln Monday afternoon for Council Bluffs, called there by the illness of ber brother, 8. Tan Order. T. Williams expects to commence loading bur ire s at bis coal dumps next Monday. Hank Reilley. Tom Maxwell and O.ocar Webster will be employed. E. H. Hollister arrived Monday with his railroad outfit which he took out ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 16 March 1889

Rock Island Daily Argu ML XX XVII. NO 122 ROCK ISLAND, SATURDAY. MARCH 16, 18S9, PRICE FIVE CENTS. A Perfect Laxative Uiould be inllil. prompt, and plPRtvuit, with no jrrlptng or purgative offtrts. II should also Incite fli liver to action. Hid UK,stlon. nud relieve tlio kidneys. Like noiliing else. Puttie's Celery Compound is a pwfect laxative, noil cures constlpiithm where all ol lier remedies fill. ..11 rjj t ..,.ntM l.ixntlvo. rulue'B Celery Com- .. -.,i-..rv v. 11 bout peer. 1 tUInk I ought kn w -in. 1 hvi- trlod remedy after rmcei t'r nrV ui rue or six yeiira and have found J' jJ'sKiM. T-W'-H'T. n'nyil-g Crook, Tuna. Palno's Celery Compound Is prompt and pleasant. As a laxative it leaves little to be deHlred. I have jjrreat confidence In Its merits." Ai BKitT Leonard, Attociate Editor, JwtrntU qf Pedigogy,JitheD, Ohio. "For two or throe ye are I suffered Intensely every nint with severe pains in my bowels, which were haMUiidly constipated. My bowela are now regular, and I have...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 16 March 1889

THE HOOK- THTXySTD AHT3TT8. SATU11DAY MAROH 16, 1889. THE DAILY ARGUS JOHN W- POTTER. ' 8AT0SOA.T, March 15, 1889. Man day Mervieea. At Trinity charch, Rer. R. F. Sweet, rector, services at 10:45 a m, 12 and 7 pm. At the chapel at 2:80 and 7 pm. At the Twentieth street Evangelical Lutheran church, the Kev A C Mennicke, pastor, will preach at 10 a m. Text, Matth xt, 21-28. Thema: Der Glaube Seiebt. At 2:80 p m Christenlehre. At the Central Presbyterian church Rev A B Meldrum, will preach tomorrow at 10:45 am and 7:30 p m. Morning sub ject: "The Structure ot the Bible.' Evening subject: "But." Sabbath school and pastor's bible class at 9:30 a m, J M Buford, superintendent. Young people's meeting at 6:80 p m. At the First M. E. church, preaching at 10:45 a m and 7:80 p m.by the pastor, the Rev G W Gue. Morning subject: "The Strength of Joy." Evening: "Hearing and Doing. i oung people a meeting at 0:80 p m. C E Adams, leader. Sunday school at 9:15 a m, J F Robinson, superintendent. At t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 16 March 1889

THE BOOK ISTJftft) AllGlJS. SATURDAY, MARCH 1G, iSSQ. WE HAVE ROBINSON & TALIAFERRO STOCK Hats and Furnishing Goods For a Song, and now we sing the Song, LISTEN: l..r0 Stiff Hats for 75c. -2.00 $i.5i $:1H !?: $1. $1.25. 1 50. 1.75. 20 cent Collars, 5 cents. Underwear, Gloves and Mitts GOING AT HALF PRICE. Cnll eurly and get bargains, as time is limited, and goods must g. Lloyd M tXTFACTURERS OF Picture Frames, Ami Ii'Ut in Artists' Materials, K'i Iiiiics, jUtionry. Etc. KIANN a FLEMING, Manufacturers of and Dealers in URNITUR a CABPJTS, OIL CLOTHS and CURTAINS rCull und examine our Goods and prices. SAM & FLEMING, No. 1811 Second Avenue, Brttween Eighteenth and Nineteenth Streets, Uklkustuahs Building) ROCK ISLAND, ILL. WALL PAPER CO v'vsJf m tK ' S3 o a o 'A 'AV''4'Va T3 We have tte largest stock in C3 u. Don't fail t0 note thVDT,"ttDg,DKdonB on ort WOr' Seco Ave., and 15th BOUGHT THE or$1 Neckties for 75c. 75c " " 50c. flOc w " 35c. 25c " " 15c. Etc., Ktc, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 16 March 1889

THEIIiOCK t8T,ATOB AJlQUSi SATURDAY, MARCH 10. 1889. DISPROVED. J cannot think the doad come ever bock; ' Elea thou, my mother, woulJst not calmly 11 Within thy (tnuwy tent, but wiftly fly " Back through the shadows and lonely track To seek the child who does thy comfort lack. The blin of heaven thou wouldst thy soul deny, And, though so weary, all Its peace put by. Bather than loneliness my heart should rack. Do aouls return, my mother, and thy kiss Aaotof oH mjr sad eyrsf Come back and prove Bow deeper than the grave is thy dear lovel Never UU now didst thou the pathway miss That led to me. Alas, no couriers move From heaven to earth I Thine absence proveth this. - 31&J Riley Smith. AGAT1TFS PERFIDY. "Are you sure that you will alwaye love me, Agathe T "Always, Bertram!." "You will never regret your choice, my dorlingf Not even if some man richly endowed with worldly goods come to seek yonr favor; are you quite certain t" "Listen, Btrtrnnd; such a love a mine is born n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 18 March 1889

Rock Island D A AILY Villi. XXXVII. NO- 123 KOCK ISLAND, MONDAY, MARCH 17, ISS9, PRICE FIVE CENTS. S IT MADE MOTHER STRONG My tniVluT has bi-en UHlUlf I'ainks Cklkkt t'twwrwu for nervous pmstntfli'ii. accmnpan-li-.l by iiii'liini'holla. etc.. ami It liaarione li'-r a world of good. II IstlieonlyniPtllin- that atrvnirt li ens the uTew." O. it. Uterus. Orblsorilu, Fa. . ..i. rv I'liiMiMHifid I of unetiunlwl , U !i n nt hfii the nenvs, s ill.' kUn"s. ;nil liii-. wondi-rful power 11,.' ji.iiiiln'nll' Itlx wult'h wo 11, ii .iwiiil.t ii(T.'r. In . hi"" i l.nil.'. sforf-". At IirtitfKislx. , fii iiiKis-.N A t o., r.'jt lliitim, VL V. 1 1 I DimiiD DYES l:Z"yXZ:yOUR DADY tvTw 5 I t I fa . .1 W IT,, 143 a and Ve Safety a ;")avh Block, M''iii'.v, illinois. 3 nvTT i71 "WTAT TTVTT7I TTTT A y-x-w-r The loline uoi,ir, J J ' ' - - I - ., Mmfmms ol FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAGOHS ifo 1 i i;,:. le line of PLATmi.'M othrr SprlnR W7on. ereclal!y adapted to I ' n. tnd of pi.pvri r wor;.nAii-h'p ami finh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 18 March 1889

THE BOCK ISITAyP AHOTTB, MONDAY MABCH 18, 1889. THE DAILY ARGUS JOHN W- POTTER. Monday, March IS, 1889. Iesseeratt Primaries Coavea lion. Tbe democratic votre of (he City of Bock Iel and and Kock Island township, are hereby noti Bed to be at their several voting olacee in their re apective warrie at 8 o'clock p. m., on Thursday, March SI. 189, to delect delegates to tbe citv- towDBblp convention to nominate a candidate in eacn ward lor alderman, ana teleet a ward committee. Kacb ward Is entitled to one delegate lor every tniny votes cast lor Cleveland In 1888, ana one lor each fractional exceeding twenty. Votes. Del First Ward 161 ! Second " 818 1 Third " 24 t Fiimh 20M 1 Fifth S Sixth " 13H Seventh" W 4 The delegates will meet at f-e conrt house on Monday evening, March 26, I8H, at 7:80 o'olock to nominate candidate for mayor, city attorney, city clerk, treasurer, police magistrate, township supervisor, four assistant supervisors, one town- snip a -sessor. one towns nip collector, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 18 March 1889

THE BOCK ISTjAND ABOUSj MONDAY. MARCH 18. Ib9. 25 Cents. All die new shades, and blacks, wool ,i(,ntt.,S. nrtind.es wide at 25c. .i inch fancy stripe wool dress flan-pKM-rmgw.ilSaicaTHrd. p.uiliie UM Tricots, spring goods, l)C per yeird 1,1 ineli ' wd Henriettas, a supes inl rie all the new shades, imported ",'(11 fr 6'. ol,r Mire 84tT J"1llnr lf. It " " - ui i Ihtc he has lieen makini fpiini I"" "'" ' . , .tmly cf 'he vi ry latest novel-. 'nV'on i'liil'i'hfll'hia and other fasnion i.' and has purchased an enormous (Z-k "ii'l' f ' ptionally favorably Or-Unnann-s. The ehanKes takin effect Wmli"" B " tuporary siaRijen of tt)i ix-!. which Rave larire cash " t ,.,( advaniaues of which we were net l..w t avail ourselves. Tlioiiands of yarils new dress foods reaivnl on Saturday. Will bo ready on MUNPAY A. M. at 9 30. N,.w French Dress Fiannels. French , stennive viirieues iuhi received. . i l ll.,i.rinMua aiiH Vnn'ii .;i;n. ftthlM1 Tumi h in n nwc. u n viuiu, iuc iri-oi u; iuu worm. McOAB...

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