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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 22 April 1889

s I, . i V 1. At.) , 1 THE DAILY ARGUS JOHN W. POTTER. Mosoat. Aran. 22. 1889. On Wednesday evening Gillett'i com panj in the dramatization of H. Rider Haggard's famous romance, "She," will be presented at Harper's theatre. The production is one of the stage sensations of the day and will be Riven in Rock IsN and in a role of nnequaled magnificence and with all its wealth of stage effects. Certainly no one who bas read the book will miss the opportunity of seeiog the play, and no one who appreciates the brightest stage art will fail to attend Wednesday night's entertainment. Iliad's LaratUa. special dispatch to the Chicago Tribune says of the industry which for some reason Rock Island failed, after many exertions, to secure : George W. Kidd, of New York, whole sale liquor dealer, whose fortune is esti mated at from 16.000.000 to f 10.000,000. hat.it la-said.Rone in to break up the wet- tenrwbisky trust. He has secured land tff LaSalle. 111., and bas let contracts for a distillery wi...

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. — 22 April 1889

THE BOCK ISLAND JJRGU8' MONDAY, APRIL, 22, 1889. Great Slaughter. -McCABE tbig week to make the greatest slaughter on Dresa Goods ever known Tropose 1 .drlition to the following great cot in prices, thev will offer thireg b(1Jg dre88 pattern during e , ! of buving trimmings as ioiiowg; ,,rjvi W 01 5 yhHr(1g 8,Rler.g betl Cambric. 2c 10. 2 yards A No. 1 Selicia. 8Jc 07. 1 spool best silk thread 8c OS. 2 spools Belding's best button hole twist lc, 08. 1 first class skirt braid, foil length. Sic 03. 1 yard either linen fucing or pudding, 8c, OS. 80. i. . 1 1 1,., following cut prices, to which It' " . ..: ' i a OO.l ONE WEEK Pontile width ilrrss flannels, mixtures . plxturett. 40 inches wide, at gdfcc per yard: worth 50 cents Alt wool double Vth combination, nnirngs, stripe and plain, new shades at 25c. Double fold W1impr 8 colors at HJ 3. Doublq fold English cashmere, all new shades at 18c; ov SnriiiK shadits lightweight Full linp of Ilmtneita at 25. 84 40 ntT cent more money. Plain, ...

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. — 22 April 1889

r DEATHS FROM FRIGHT. AN INTERESTING QUESTION DIS CUSSED BY A PATHOLOGIST. Shocks as Deadly as Hulleta, but Which Leave No Marks Mere Physical Strength Horn Mot Cot Any Figure In This Coun try fright Alone Causes t'qw Deaths. Can man or woman in ordinary good health be killed by sudden fright just as by a bullet, a knife wound or a fulll The burden of opinion is on the side of the theory that even the most hearty person can die of the shock caused by fright. It seems that It has been Impossible to diagnose one of these cases. Fright, if it causes death, leaves no peculiar marks by which the character of suco an anacK can no uotlnol. in roost com of death there is some condition that enatl the physicians to dotei mine the cause out iu me case or unatn nv trurii i no km oi the brain nor is prf, condi tion of the organs that djgtal- m tho mond tblJ Dr w,lliitin A. Ham Ijjj VSJSispecialist in nervous disorders, vww biiii uib 01 nis colleagues With him. Visit mailn at a mimhnr of ew ors ...

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. — 23 April 1889

. Rock D Argus. - ' Island AIM ,IL UU'll. NO 154. ROCK ISLAND, TUESDAY. APBIL 23, 1889. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Spring Disorders Shattered nerves, tired lirnin. Impure blood, debilitated system, all are the natural out come In the Spring. A medicine must be used, and nothing equals Tfllne's Celery Com pound. We lot others praise us you cannot help believing a dlsln tprrated party. nrl'i'ilier-'ieneriil ! . in , Vi.. writes: "I , mlv..inl on several L. OrePDleaf. Btirllnir- liave used Pnlne's cewry occasions, and always .HI. l'tn -lit. IM I'rl"K' K " J uiw;n run ; ,nii iieiiiiimwi, i i-oimiifiiuwi uiKingir,. n'..,i ' ii .ii l-s mtiiU- m ftH-1 like a new mm. As ff. !,.nl uml spring medicine t do not K.m el IH fl"i'l " TY J&.K- ITIS EASY TO DYE WITH DIAMOND DYES JlStZ If 0N ACQ MINTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THE COUNTRY, WILL OBTAIN MUCH VALUABLE INFORMATION FROM A STUDY OF THIS MAP nr I i , wl- I . . s. . V a T i , T i r I -is-a-c-!-B ' THE GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE. (Chicnfo, Rock Is? and ...

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. — 23 April 1889

i : 1 4 r ) i i ' 1 H .1 'ii-S - i . '4 THE DAILY ARGUS JOHN W- POTTER. Tubs dat, April 23. 1889. MILITARY CELEBRATION. The Centennial Annlremary to be Cmaniorate4 In n t'lttlac tsiyle njr the Redma ttiflrs and Compa ny F. Ia its advocacy of a general public demonstration, the A rocs in one or two instances alluded to the fact that a very appropriate and attractive, as well as a patriotic feature, would be a drill in whlcu the Rodman Rifles, of this city, and Company F, of Moline, might participate r.. .. . . rt i T 1 I JU , . i ne citizens oi nnca ihihuu um utf"ap pear disposed to undertake thegp0ngj. bliity of a public demon;fJJjOI1 80 tj,e military companies!) taen the initia tory steps towjj celebration of their own andttoSy w;u not want for public PPr9JKTin their patriotic endeavor. , night the Rodman Rifles went to Moline and with Company r, gave a battalion drill on Market Square, which was witnessed by a great many people. Afterward the companies held a . iolnt meeting in Ar...

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. — 23 April 1889

it Great Slaughter. . McCABE BROS., . ...k ta make the ereatest rropoe ",18 , jn 8,iiition to the following thres' . hliv9 a areas pauern uuriuB - Ill v " "UJ , u.. riTileK'' or "ul rt)g Slater's best Cambric. 2c, 10. 0 yards A. No. 1 Helicl. 8Jc 07. 1 spool best silk thread 3c 08. 0 8poo1s Beldin's best button hole twist lc 02. l" first class skirt braid, full length. 2c 03. 1 vrd either linen facing or padding. 6c, C6. 80. i iliiwinK cut prices, to which Rl.gil IMP "'" .. Pi QM. the eu tire "'B " iiltli dress flannels, mixtures Don hie ..! mlturt'S. 4 1"' ties wide, at sajc per 1 .nhinHtion Hiiitngs, stripe ana mi u r.)lnrs at !(. DoublflfoldEngli8hcashmere.au new shades at 18c; fnmi- whailes light weight Full li'"'" H,,nrie,tBS ' 25- 4 8'' ,. niitre innni'y- Plain, plaid '" i. km .....I 7." cents anvwbere, ' .....t -Hnn.it he matched in this country. i hip lem'Tli combinations of most exquivite designs at lower prices than will be ,U 1 1 loL-wlu're Full lines of colors and black ...

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. — 23 April 1889

? - ! i j i 5, i V, 4 WOMAN AND HOME. INFORMATION USEFUL TO WOMEN AND HELPFUL ONES AT HOME. What Women Hare Achieved In Soma Fields Something About Onxtom and Drees How to Deeorata the Pinner Table Item and Humnrmiities. It is a trite wytiiR that no glrl' education ought to b consiritred complete without a good knowledge of general business, but yet women who would be iiiz-!i1 to do so simple a thing a to make out a bill or a receipt cor rectly are to he found in every school dis trict Perhaps thoy get through life without any serious trouble, and perhais they do not. Such a one thrown on her own resources is at a serious dumdvanta?". It would be bad enough if everylwdy whs honest, but all pie are not honest, Nn Wflft lull Mnuilnllf It 1. m nthor. .., -.L.i.i li a.. J children the eront of one or two .lJif" on her in eati5.fl.Hi with her uit?rriU K)'t to rest iifli.tere.ltheart'i'rr',.,lne",s untl1 she hfta general bo.i?f ,,u'," h,n needl toT iironertr tvPru"l,l expenses, knows wher...

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. — 24 April 1889

4- i I"- AND ,.. UWII. VO 155 ROCK ISLAND, WEDNESDAY. APBIL 24, 1889. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Rock Daily A Spring Disorders Shattered nerves, tired brain. Impure blood, debilitated system, all are tbe natural out come In the Spring. A medicine must be used, and nothing equals Puine's Celery Com pound. We let others praise us you cannot help believing a disin terested party. nri"iulier-r.i,nern1 W. U Oreenleaf, Burllucr . Vt.. writes: "I hav, used Palup's Celnry wi h iteiv-rtt. r,t cptlriR, tieu.? very mu'h run J.nvn itnd tlhlllt;itti, I comiuenml tnklnglL J p-nnl tonlf nnl spring metUcLue 1 do not I hnTA naMl twn tMftiA Celery compof ind it SS SvelS'SS lalactlon as an appetizer and Wood purine? T. L. Burner, Watertown, Dakota. Paine's Celery Compound rtr,J,JS2be1.,by Physicians, recommended by enrtord y ministers, praised by users, and guaranteed by the manufactureri as a spring medicine which will do aU that la claimed t.,r It. Use It this spring, and we how quickly It tones you up. Puri...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 24 April 1889

THE DAILY ARGUS JOHN W. POTTER. Wednesday. April 24, 1889. SUNSET COX. The Witty New Yorker Talks Eater talntngiy on the rolitlral Mltaa tlon. The Bon. Samuel Sullivan Cox, who is better known as "Sunset" Cox, is making a lecture tour throughout the country. He stopped at Indianapolis the other night, and the Sentinel of that city says of the distinguished gentleman: No American is better known at home and abroad than Mr. Cox. Although a trained politician, be is a broad-gauged statesman. He is an active member of Tammany hall, and takes his place in the front rank of literature. In the national house of representatives no member has ever been able to cope with m in witti cism. No living man h- served so many terms in congress as Mr. Cox. However, tbey are not consecutive, and Pig-iron Kelley is the "father of the house," on account 4 Being the oldest "consecutive member." rhirty years atro Sunset Cox was sent to congress from Ohio, representing the Columbus district for eight tears...

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. — 24 April 1889

THE BOOK IB1N AND ABQUS; WEDNESDAY, AFBIL fl4, 1360. REAT SLAUGHTER. -McCABE hi. week to make the grestest slaughter on Drew Goods eTer known In fropo A ln addition to the following great cot in prices, they will offer to .i.u mPlOflt "u a nattArn rlnrinir thai wh- mAiit! ... 'If buvingtrimmlogfl as follows: priTtifK 5 ygnii Slaters oei u am 2 yards A WJ- ocnci, 1 sdooI best silk thread 5c 1 p uiw ' I t' g spools BeldinR's best button hole twist lc, . 1 first cUss snirt braid, full length, 8c, . . . 1 ytrd either linen facing or padding. 6c,. . . j .1.. f.illowinit cut prices, to which t week. inS April . tbe ONU WEEK n die wMth (Iress flannels, mixtures in inches wide, at zac Der ' TZ .nmhiostioo, SUlings, siripo uu rps 8 colors at lOJc. Double fold c,bra'T ' ,tnir shades light weight line of Henriettas at 25. 84 and P10- c(,t more money. Plain, plaid ' 4" ...i. (to .nri 75 cenU anywhere. -t. w inu - . - thai cannot be matched in mis country. Full Une or novelty dress goods in i hi...

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. — 24 April 1889

t; si 1 1 .- 'A XJ J 5 ELECTION LEGISLATION. Objection to the II nrst-Jones Bill. Paanphletaj Meat from Vw Vork ta Kttprlaglleld KxpOhlna: Klawa. I the Aantrallan.Yorlnfc- Nrhrmr. The Chicago Octan of yesterday contains the following Bpecial, which bears on a question that is now before the state legislature, and with which Hon. . W. Hurst, of this city, is prominently identified: The Hurst-Jones election bill, em bodying the Australian system, is meets ing with opposition, hut it is comm rrom the rar-ou state or New xomsgffa is not likely to be rry tffectivejftthe last session or ine isew iorK?i8ature a Dill adopting the Auilin election system was passea ovboth houses, but vetoed by Ootma on lhe gr0uods of unconstK,,; jn restricting t0 tcuim Hunrun in n r.t im nrA. isios p v. . u 1 1, i villi v. 1 v a piu- the rights of the voter. In the introduced at this session of the assembly, the particular provisions to which Governor Ilill objected were modi fled, but it is insisted by the N...

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. — 25 April 1889

Daily ROT v;)L. IX XVII. NO 156 ROCK ISLAND, THURSDAY. APRIL 25, 1889. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Rock Island A Spring Disorders Shattered nerves, tired brain. Impure blood, debilitated system, all are tbe natural out come in the Spring. A medicine must be used, and nothing: equals Palne's Celery Com pound. We lut others praise us you cannot help believing a disin terested party. ,Hipr.fwn8ml W. L. Oreeoleaf, L. Oreenleftf. Burllng- , f, wrltfs: "I hv Palnes Celery I'nii'.miiiDd on sfwral occasions, and always with bt-n-flt. I spring, betniir Terr much run E,kb n1 debilitated. I commenced taking It. run txf He "lrto n,e fr"1 "lce a npw n""- A8 inenil tonic and spring medicine I do not Z'XM.?'- lT,S ASY T0 UNACQUAINTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY THE GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE. (Chicago, Rock Island & Pac ific and Cl.i-ao, ITani-ftq & Nebraska Kys.) Itp rotiln linos, branches and extensions west, northwest and southwest Inclu-ln i;uicncro, Joliet, Ottawa, t'covia, I. a Salle. Mollne Rock Island f...

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. — 25 April 1889

. THE DAILY ARGUS JOHN W- POTTER. Thursday, April 25. 1889. The mtsburg Pott saya the public service, m a whole, under Cleveland wu far more efficient and trustworthy than it has erer been under republican admin istrations, and is no more to be com pared with the dememoralization under Grant and Hayes than a Sunday school to a pool room. Chicago went wildly democratic, which facta suggests the name of Gen. Palmer. That gentleman made a campaign last year that left its impression on the coun try. His part in it was an exceptional one because of its boldness, honesty and freedom from the usual political deprav ity. If Chicago can be carried by the democrats, Illinois can be carried by the democrats, and among them Gen. Palmer is a leader. It is within the range of possibilities that be may be the democrat ic candidate for president in the year . 1898. Chicago Herald. The Arocs endorses the views of the Herald. Present indications point to some western man as the democratic standard-be...

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. — 25 April 1889

THE BOOK IST,AHT THURSDAY. APRIL 25, 1880. All The Spring Styles OF HAT NOW OPEN AT- LLOYD & STEWART'S. Cull and examine. No tremble to show goods. SHIRTS TO ORDER We guarantee fits. STATIONERY. KINGSBURY & SON Are the Leaders in LOW PRICES on- o TOP AT I TAPFR Drowns 3 cents. P Micas 4 cents. H Gilts 4J cents. 0 :"Decorated Window Shades with spring fix PJ tnros complete ready to hang, 38 cents. ART STORE, 1705 Secend Avenne. WINDOW SHADES. M Q H THE II. E. CHURCH CUT. CAR LOADS OP- row IN STOCK. W are th Western agHnts for the stove manufactures Taplih, Riok & Co., and carry the largest stock of fovea west of Chicago. In buying of us you virtually of the manufacturers and at lower prices than any Wail dealer can afford to make. It will pay you to see us before you buy anything .in the shape of a stove. WILMRD BAKER & CO., Opposite Harper House, Rock Tsland. WALL PAPER at a BARGAIN The "CiUb" A1Uapia t Kxplaln Why an 4 Maw It Cwe tVe Other's Propcrts Wlthoat OrmiMlo...

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. — 25 April 1889

11 THE gtOCK ISIm : ; ABGU8. HILLSDALE. Hilmdalb. April 24. During the heaTj storm last week, the bail broke a large number of window glasses over the river. Mrs. RoselU Murphy, of Astoria, la visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Hill, for a few days. Miss Clare Goodrich will teach the J. B. Walker school this spring. Miss Sadie McConnell having resigned. Gus Sarins has bought the Thos. Quirk bouse and is moving in today. J. M. Martin is moving in the Lamphere house, vacated by Sarius. Paddy Toben met with a serious acci dent last week while unhooking a colt, lie was kicked on the leg and was boused for several days. Me is slowly improving now. Mr. G. W. McMurphy has received two car loads of cattle from Chicago. He will keep them for feeders. His brother Al bert came down with them. Mr. M. has rented his farm and will devote bia time to feeding cattle. When in Hillsdale call at J. F. Mills' office, which be has furnished op nicely, and get bis figures on plows, harrows, culti...

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. — 26 April 1889

and Daily Argu OCR XVII. NO 157 Mi ROCK ISLAND, FRIDAY, APRIL 2G, 18S9, PRICE FIVE CENTS. Disorders SuattPifd nerves, tired ruin, impure blood. ilcbllifatert system, nil re l ho natural out come In the Spring. A medicine must be used, nod nothing equals riilnc'8 Cilery, Com pouml. We lot others pr.ilse us you cttmiot help believing a disin terested party. I t f nMdnlaaf lllllnn uHi-illler-' ' H( I1" "i-i mi;- . it writes: "I 'v, ,1B,H, rl"'''8 Celery U i hitllci mu'le n,e f0,' llK" tt n,'w ,ni'"- A" 1 ,n..ni r.nil'- nml Mining nitxllniue 1 do not !(,, of Its equal." ,;.', I ,iu wvenil occasion nml always ' ..i, im lit I 'sf MPrulf vory nmt'h run J "1) ni.1 .li lilllliitivl, I commenced taking it. "I bar used two bottles of vour Palnp's Celery ;oiutounl, and it has given entire sat Istitctlou a an appetizer aud blood puriner." T. L. BtKNtB, Vatertown, Dakota. Paine's Celery Compound l prcsr-rlDod by ptiv Blclnns, recommended by drucglsts. eniinrMii by ministers, praised by utirs. and...

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. — 26 April 1889

THE rROflg TBH&yp A'HGFTXB FRIDAY ABBIL 26, IIT39. i" THE DAILY ARGUS Friday. April 26, 1889. The house committee on municipal corporations bad llrely time, over the bill regulating telephone charges, yester day. At a slimly attended meeting of the committee the previous day, a favor able report to the house had been adopted, but a motion for reconsideration carried yesterday. Representative Hurst, of this city, objected to the reconsideration, saying that it was taking snap judgment on the friends of the bill who, thinking the measure had been disposed of, and having received no notice of a motion to reconsider, had not thought it necessary to attend the meeting. A warm discussion followed, when the motion to reconsider carried by a vote of 8 to 4, Hurst voting in the negative. The friends of the bill then resorted to filibustering tactics in order to keep their opponents from adopting an adverse re port A compromise was finally effected for an adjournment to this morning. New ...

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. — 26 April 1889

THE BOOK ISTJCfcTP ABGU8 FJRIDAY, APBIL 26, 186tt. All The Spring Styles OF HAT NOW OPEN AT- LLOYD & STEWART'S. fall and exatniiiH. No trouble to show goods. SHIRTS TO ORDER We guarantee fits. STATIONERY. KINGSBURY & SON Arc tli? Leaders in LOW PRICES on- ft s P H 0 H WALL 3PAPER Browns '. cents. Micas 4 cents. Gilts 4i cents. ; "Perorated Window Shades with spring fix ture complete ready to hang, 38 cents. ART STORE, 1705 Secend Avenue. WINDOW SHADES. M Q H W H VI NN EDGE'S ry Goods Store! CUTTER BLOCK, Second and Brady Sts. Corner DAVENPORT, IA. A Great Inducement in SLK For Thursday, Friday and Saturday. qii MH thf following great reductions on two import slit Liiie-j o Dkkss SlLKo for the three days mentioned, I'rict'S to hold good for tliree days only. lirns ;jtin Silk kI 72 rents. n-fWeil from ft 00. inn Grain Hilk ui 1(8 ckiiU, niluied from f 1 25. "'tr.H Un.in Silk at 1.12J, rtiluc-d from f 187. p'.Mklf Orain Silk at 1 20. reduced from fl.2. '0t Gr-tin Silk at 1 48. ...

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. — 26 April 1889

THE: BOCK ISL-ANTP ARQU8, FBI DA Y APRIL 26, 1889. QUEEN'S DRAWING ROOM. A SCHOOL FOR TRAINING LADIES TO COURTESY PROPERLY. Appearing Be for Royalty Without Awk wardness or Confusion Modo1 of Court Dlg-nlty Lnoni In Carriage) and Grace ful Salutes. Dread subject for the debutant before the eyes of the queen 1 Country girls have been known to faint at the idea of the ordeal they nave to pass through when they go before the row of royalties in Buckingham palace. De portment, in fact, forms the most important feature at a drawing room, tbe regulation dress being put out of the question. Of course, a debutante must be dressed properly or there is no entrance for her. But she may be weak or strong upon doportiuent. Some foolhardy women do not take any lessons at all as to the manner in which they shall ad vance and retreat before the queen. A Budget representative thought it would be a humane action to emphasize the unwisdom of this course, and waited upon a lady who trains tbe girlish i...

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. — 27 April 1889

and Daily Argu HOCK XXXVII. NO 151 KOCK ISLAND, SATURDAY, APRIL 27, ISS9, PRICE FIVE CENTS. TTt 1 1 Villi. Spring Disorders i i uu unra two Domes or your Fame's Celnry Compound, and it has gtvea entire sat. i umw;uuu tut nn nupwuztT ana oiooa punner." T. L. BiiKNgR, Watertown, Dakota nil W SnattorPd nerves. Urea tiralu. Impure blood, di'lillltnted system, all lire the. natural out come la the Spring. A medicine man be uned, ii nd nothing equals ralne's Oelpry Com pound. We lot others pnilae us -you cannot help believing a disdu terested party. I Omenleaf. Burllnfr- . . ..ii.ir.i ;iiu' I'rr "i r hn.. tla.wi iuilt(l-n ,',' I mi (k tit:i1 occasion, and always 1 ?,i, i,. n Hi I Prl"K T(rT uim'n. run r" . ....i.mt.iiil I 'nrnfnnwfl tjiL-ttiir fr J'V'ri'.tHfs made me feel Uko a new man. As 1 r,i i,mif m nil spring medicine I do not a k' i...r .t I t-i fHl'l:tl Paine's Celery Compound Is presiTlbed tiv physician, recommended by drulsia. endorsed by ministers, praised by UKers. and guarati'...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
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