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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 7 June 1889

Bock D a ily A ROUS Island VOL. XXXVII. NO- 193 R0CK ISLAND, FRIDAY, JDNE 7, 1889. PRICE FIVE CENTS. K R A U S E -HAS BEEN AT THE Clothing, Hat and Furnishing Tr.nl? in the Tri-cities for the last 35 years. We will stay there. WHY? Because we will give our patrons the Full Value of their Money. We do not sell you $12,00 suits for $8,00 But we will stcll you an $8.00 suit for $8.00 that is worth $8.00, and not a cent less. BEMEMBEE THAT ! YOU NEVER WILL BE HUMBUGGED AT ROBERT KRAUSE'S, The Pioneer Clothier, Hatter and Gent's Furnisher, 115 and 117 West Second St., Davenport la. ill! Axuvy --r F. C. HOPPE, The TAILOR No. 1SOB Second Ave., Rock Island, 111. Adams Wall Paper Co., IERCH & SUTCLIFFE, Managers. 300 Patterns of New Styles in Wall Paper. (3TPinting. Graining and Paper Ilanging. DIMICK BLOCK Twentieth atreet ROCk Island, 111. near Third Avenue. :CITY PAINT SHOP: DRUCKMILLER & CO., All kinds of Painting, Graining, Paper Hanging and Kalsomining. (7 All w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 7 June 1889

THE DAILY ARGUS JOHN W- POTTER. Friday, Junk 7, 1889. The Claa-aaarael Faada. . Alexander Sullivan, the noted ex pres ident of the Irish national league, ap pears to be in a very unpleasant predica' ment, even supposing that he is not at all connected with the Cronin assassination, which, howevei, there are strong suspio ions that he is. But the murder aside, he is still in a tight box. A few days ago the. Chicago Tribune plainly charged that he had used the funds of the Clan-na' Gael in his private speculations in other words that he had stolen those sacred funds contributed out of their scarcity by poor working men and women for a p triotlc purpose. Il is not likely that a responsible newspaper would incur the financial risk of making such terrible charges without proof of their truth That the Tribune has not done so is shown by the testimony at the inquest on Wednesday, when checks were produced aggregating $90.(100 transferring that amount from Alexander Sullivan "agt. (presumab...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 7 June 1889

THE CHOCK IRTjMTO AHGTJ8 FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1889. THE LEONARD: iirv--:'f ' --' v Ji H I hi i FOR SALE 1617 Second avenne, STATIONERY. WE CLOSING OUT OUR ENTIRE 9 P H o H WALLPAPER We will make it pay you to buy your Paper of us now if you contemplate using any during the coming year. The Btoek MUST BE SOLD and by buying of us now you can get it at manufacturers' COST PRICE, CirRomember the place, KINGSBURY & SON, 1705 Secend Avenue. WINDOW iVINN EDGE'S: NEW Dry Goods Store! CUTTER BLOCK, Corner Second and Brady Sts. DAVENPORT, $20,000.00 -WORTH DRY GOODS! TO BE SACRIFICED. The End of Vinnedeges Closing Out Sale Ten days more, commencing MONDAY, JUNE 3rd no longer any doubt about it. The lease on our store has been cancelled and we are obliged to vacate now in a few days. This is positive. Our stock of Goods is large yet and we must sell it out at a great sacrifice, We have gone over our stock and marked it down again for the last time . You can buy anything in our stock far...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 7 June 1889

THE ROCK ISLAND'S LOSS. Ta What Prealdeat cable Attribute U...The Railroad Nltaatioa la Ufaeral Other Track Slew. The salient feature of the annual financial report of the Rock Inland road is, of course, the deficit of $974,234 for the year. The report showing that the lines west of the Missouri river did not earn interest charges by nearly a million dollars, so that this heavy deficit can be charged almost wholly to J this account. President Cable states in regard to the extension west of the Missouri river that the question presented to the board of directors some years ago, was, Dow to increase the volume of business in order to counteract the effect of the declining tendency of rates? It was finally decided to go west of the Missouri river for new business. Commenting on the railroad situation in general, President Cable makes the following observations: For ten years ttjere has been a down ward tendency in rates. The contest for business steadily forced rates down, and in order...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 8 June 1889

- a- Rocs Island rot in j VOL. XXXVII. NO 194 ROCK ISLAND, SATURDAY, JDNE 8, 1889, PRICE FIVE CENTS. T KRAUSE -HAS BEBK AT THK BEAD OF THE- Clothing, Hat and Furnishing Yr:ilrt in the Tri-ciiies for the last 35 years. We will stay there. WHY? Because we will give our patrons the Full Value of their Money. We do not sell you 112,00 suits FOR $8,00 But we will sell you an $8 00 suit for $8.00 that is worth $8.00, and not a cent less. KIEIIVlIEIIVCIBIEilR, THAT! TO IT NEVER WILL BE HUMBUGGED AT ROBERT KRAUSE'S, The Pioneer Clothier, Ratter and Gent's Furnisher, 115 and 117 West Second St., Davenport la. THE MOLINE WAGON. The loline Wagon Co.y Mannlacturers ol FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAG0H3 1 fall iw1 rmnptrte lln of PLATFORM' nd othrr flprtrr erclal)T ad-.pt4 m mm W ealerti trad--. of nprri r wnrkt mni-tttp mil finish IHuntrMi-rt ITii-m I.iM frra OB application Hoc the l.lK AliON before iiri-inii. Adams Wall Paper Co., LERCH & SUTCLIFFE, Managers. 3:10 Patterns of New Styl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 8 June 1889

THE TIOOK 1BJJAND AHT5TTB, SATURDAY JUNE 8, 1839. THE DAILY ARGUS JOHN W- POTTER. Saturday, Junk 8. 1889. Mrs. 8. B. Cobb has the honor of .be lng the flrBt person in Rock Island to make a subscription for the relief of the Johnstown sufferer. This philanthropic lady is always ready to aid a worthy c ansa. ' Danfortb prints a half column of slanderous abuse of the late Patrick O'Mara. and then asks the public to forget his faults and remember only his good qualities. What a really good old man ! And bow kind and thoughtful. Married Into Ofllre. From the Chicago Times. - Disappointed office-seekers have been keeping accurate tab upon the president's family appointments. . It is a good thing to be a Harrison simply, but much better to be a Harrison-in-law. Lieut. John P. Parker, U. 8. N., was happily married to a niece of Mme. Harrison, and Lieut. John F. Parker, D. S. N.. was detailed for a little European jaunt with the Samoan commission, its naval attache. Add to Parker's the appoi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 8 June 1889

THE BOCK IST.Am SATURDAY. JUNE 8, 1889. THE LEONARD: FOR SALE BY K517 Second avenne, STATIONERY. WE CLOSING OUT OUR ENTIRE WALL P H 0 H We will make it pay you to buy your Paper of us now if you contemplate using any during the coming year. The stoek MUST BE Si LT) and by buying of us now you can get it at manufacturers' COST PRICE, C"Remember the place, KINGSBURY & SON, 1705 Secend Avenue. WINDOW REFRIGERATORS In competition with the Leading Refrigerators of the United States received the highest award for economy of ice, using only 12.17 as much ice as its best competitor and 9.17 as mnch as one of its would be competitors. THE ALASKA possesses the only provision chamber free from odors, produces a dry cold air which no obter can equal, and has preserved fresh meats three weeks in the hottest weather. Produces better results with less ice than any other Refrigerator. The flues of the do not require cleaning as do other makes, being perfectly and scientifically construc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 8 June 1889

COMMENCEMENT. The Rock Island High School Class of '89. liaot Kvenlaas'a Exercinea at Harper' Theatre Oration and Eamaya lnatmrtive Addrefti by Principal Ray, f Hyde Park. Harper's theatre has not before con tained a larger.more appreciative or more pleasantly entertained audience than that which was present last evening on the occasion of the annual commencementexerclses of the Hick. Island high school. It was the graduation of the class of '89, and not only was the large attendance, but the grettt number of floral testimonials an evidence of the deep interest felt in the graduates. Such a wealth of nature's fairest and choicest treasures is seldom seen. The bulk of the circle, where the graduates were seated, was a bank of flowers, while above, hunsr in white letters, the class motto, "I can. I ought, I will." As the curtain rose, it revealed seated upon the stage the class of '9, President Reimers and Directors Thomas, Barth and Knowlton. of the board of education, Supt. Kemble, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 10 June 1889

II Rock Island RGU i f VOL. XX XVII. NO 195 ROCK ISLAND, MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1889, PRICE JIVE CENTS. Daily A i KRAU -HAS BEEN AT TBS Clothing, Hat and Furnishing Trade in the Tri-cities for the last 35 years. We will stay there. WHY? Because we will give our patrons the Full Value of their Money. We do not sell you $12,00 suits for $8.00 But we will sell you an $8.00 suit for $8.00 that is worth $8.00, and not a cent less. RBMBMBBR TZE3I-A.T ! YOU NEVER WILL BE HUMBUGGED AT ROBERT KRAUSE'S, The Pioneer Clothier, Hatter and Gent's Furnisher, 115 and 117 West Second St., Davenport la. THE MOLINE WAGON. The Moline Mannlactnrers ol FARM,, SPRING and FREIGHT WAG0E8 A nil and eomplru line of PLATFORM nod other Apring W irons, ritrrclally adopted to sa Wc-staro rrad.- of auprri'T wnrkrisn hip and flni.h lllotmtcl Prim List frea on p;i1lrailmi se the "I lK " Alios hi-forr purrhiisiiii;. Adams Wall Paper Co., LERCH & SUTOLIFFE, Managers. 300 Patterns of New Styles in Wall Paper. (Ta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 10 June 1889

THE DAILY ARGUS JOHN W- POTTER. Monday, June 10, 1889. THE DAM STONE CONTRACT. What Oliweverlr an KeTelatlana ArehlteftBehuremaa Madela Wash iDCton. Readers of the A rocs are familiar with the part Mr. D. 8. Schureman, the architect, has taken in having the stone contract for the dam near Rock Island bo amended as to provide for the stoie bes ing cut on the island. The following is a dispatch from Washington to today's Chicago Tribnne pertaining to the same subject: Early la9t December the ordnance department advertised for proposals to fur nish about 7,000 cubic yards of stone to be delivered at the Rock Island arsenal and to be used to construct a dam across a branch of the Mississippi river in order to furnish power for a number of large equipment buildings controlled by the government at that point. It is now claimed by Representative Oest and D. 8. Schureman, a western architect, and others that the He re a Stone company, of Ohio, which was the lowest bidder, received inside in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 10 June 1889

THE HOCK IST.AOT ARGTXS MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1889. LAST OF THE "Wetherell inkriirt stock, will be closed ut this .L Uool were defied h and lid not arrive in time for the Coiug .ale. will be out and ready Mrlfon Monday. Forty-six pieces fringed edge watered ...lies all the latest and choice colore 8 Xf'wide at 50c a yard. Original nrire 1 00. "d at our Preat ribbon were reduced to 82c. Now while this lot lts they will go at 50c; very etylish. mill left. 4 cartons (48 pieces) or those fancy silk ribbons No. 18. which will be continued at 11c per yard. All the No. 9, li and 18 black gross grain rihhons with satin edges, still 11c a vhnl. The fancy stripe and checked iili-si'a did not arrive with the other enoiK and we shall close them at 6Jc a Sard, worth 16c to 18n. The balance of the printed India silks reduced to 29c. Renv-niner the Chicago price on these oondBifl 62C. AH the balance of the striped fancy ninth go down this week to 48c, selling is Chicago at 85c. Those silk eloves that w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 10 June 1889

TQT. A n AU1TTO IfAXTtV t WT -rr-r-.-r-wn -. -v LESSONS ON THE FLOOD. Rev. G. W. Gue Preaches on the Subject of the Hoar. Am lBterratlns Hern at the First M. E. Chareh Iant Kvrnlnc.-.Ple-tare of the mltaatlon. Ia the First M . E. church last evening Rev. G. W. Quo preached an interesting sermon on the subject "Lessons from the Flood-swept District in Pennsylvania. Ilia text was from James, 4:14: What ii yonr life? For several days, said Mr. Oue, the people of this country hare been almost overwhelmed with astonishment at the awful disaster at Johnstown and else . t i . r . wnere in i ennsyivania. in ever in our history did any calamity ever visit us that in so short a time swept away so many homes and destroyed so many lives. In 1755 Lisbon, Portugal, was wrecked by an earthquake and swept by flames, destroying between 30.000 and 40.000 lives. In China a few months ago the banks of one of their rivers gave way and flooded the ltnd, sweeping from the earth more than one hundred thous...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 11 June 1889

Rock Is Daily Argus LAND ' ! i! VOL. XXXVII. NO 196 ROCK ISLAND, TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1889, PRICE FIVE CENTS. KRAUS-E -HAS BEEN AT THE Clothing, Hat and Furnishing Trade in the Tri-cities for the last 35 years. We will stay there. WHY? Because we will give our patrons the Full Value of their Money. We do not sell you $12,00 SXJITS FOR $8.00 But we will still you an $8.00 suit for $8.00 that is worth $8.00, and not a cent less. REMEMBER THAT I YOU NEVER WILL BE HUMBUGGED AT ROBERT KRAUSE'S The Pioneer Clothier, Hatter and Gent's Furnisher, 115 and 117 West Second St., Davenport la. THE MOI4INE WAGON. The Moline Wagon Co., LIXK, Mannlactnrers of FARM,. SPRING and FREIGHT WAGOFS A fall and empltia llac of PLATFORM aad other Rprlng Waron. c:clallT adnptad la am Waatara trade of pnpcrinr wnrkrianhlp find Bmrh IHuainiorl ITirn Lit frea on api.llratlnn Srr the Mol.l.NK AtiON hc-forr inrc!.m. . F. C. Hoppe, The TAILOR No. 180B Second Ave., Rock Island, 111, Adams Wall Paper CoM LERCH &...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 11 June 1889

4 S 'i -V; Ill ..V I . 4 : i THE DAILY ARGUS JOHN W- POTTER. Tuesday, Junk 11, 1889. Thrrk ia every probability of a sharp contest oyer the republican nomination for state's attorney at the special election soon to be called.. Last summer there were four prominent candidates-he late Mr. O'Mara and Messrs, Haas, Olsen and Sturgeon. The two latter gentlemen will probably bow have a chance to test their relative strength individually, and it is said that each have commenced an active canvass among their party friends. It will be war to the knife and the pros pects of a lively old time are very flatter ing. The St. Louis Itepublie is engaged in the work of collecting "missent and for warded" envelopes, for the purpose of showing the effect that has followed, a change from a business to a political ad ministration of the postal service. A writer to the Republic says: "Enclosed find envelope mis.ent. If I had seen vour article earlier I could have sent you a stack; am having a hard time w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 11 June 1889

THE2BOCK ARGOT. TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1889. LAST OF THE Wetherell Bankrupt stock, will be closed out this k Goods that were delayed on the i .nd did not arrive In time for the SiSi wiU Ut "d reftdT rit on Monday . ' Pi.rtv-six pieces fringed edge watered V. .11 the latest and choice colors 8 iSJwfcte at 50c a yard. Original . fit 00 and at our preat ribbon sale reduced to 82c. Now while this i t lasts they will go at 6()c; very stylish, uliil left 4 cartons (48 pieces) of those f ncT silk "bhoD9 No- 16 wh,ch wlU Innlinued utile per yard. AH the No. 9, 14 and 16 black gross ...in rihoons with satin edges, still 11c a r,1 The fancy stripe and checked ilfsiss did not arrive with the other Lds nod we shall close them at 6Jc a ,.rii worth lc to 18c. The balance of L printed India silks reduced to 29c. member the Chicago price on these goods is 62ic. All the balance of the striped fancy urbeo down this week to 46c, selling in Chicago at 85c. Those silk ploves that wpre delayed among the other...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 11 June 1889

THE BOCK ISTANP jQJIQU8. TUIffiDAY, JUNE 11, 1889. ! 5 ,1 ':A ' V "4 i ' i V. . J 4 J i n OUR SCHOOLS. The Board of Education - Provides for Them. Bapertatendf at, Principal ana Trackera Appoint? for the Entrains Year Salarlea Fixed The Janitors Other Procee4inK of lant Klght'a Meetlac The board of education held an important meeting last evening, it being the time of the annual appointment of superintendent, principals and teachers, and the fixing of salaries for the ensuing year. A number of prominent changes were made. Mr. J. A. Bishop was formally installed as principal of the High school, succeeding Principal Hatch, resigned to accept the supcrintendency of the Moline city schools. Principal Perry, of Building No. 1, offered his resignation, and the board after accepting.it elected Mr. L. C. Dougherty, of Bloomington, to the vacancy. Miss Nellie Reynolds tend red her resignation as second assistant at the High school and the board promoted Mrs. Cora L. Eastman to the vacancy an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 12 June 1889

4 a. Mock Island Daily Argu VL. XXXVll. NO 197 ROCK ISLAND, WEDNESDAY. JDNE 12, 1869, PRICE FIVE CENTS. ' 7 " K RAU HAS BERN AT TflK HEAD OF TOE Clothing, Hat and Furnishing Trad in the Tri-oities for the last 35 years. We will stay tlre. WHY? Because we will give our patrons the Full Value of their Money. We do not sell yon $12,00 suits for $8,00 Ant we will skll yon an $8 00 snit for $8.00 that is worth IfrS.OO, and not a cent less. BEKEMBER THAT! YOU NKVER WILL BE HUMBUGGED AT ROBERT KRAUSE'S, The Pioneer Clothier, Hatter and Gent's Furnisher, 115 and 117 West Second' St., Davenport la. THE MOLINE WAGON. The Mm RAMIE, Mannlactnrers ol FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAG0HS A fall nd complete llnr of PLATFORM hikI othri Pprtrf Waron.. r, irlaltr adsptad to aaa Western taulr . f superior wnrkr ,nu-bip flnmh IMastrauvl I'rri. List free oa iti(;llrsiiii S.T the :l r AO' N l-Wi-re purrli iintin. IB..' M L .aS IC"-' n r' La E-! I Adams Wall Paper Co., LERCH & SUTCLIFFE, Managers. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 12 June 1889

.1 H ' 't i i '3 v 3 i i; V '.? : ..1 V V , .it 1 . i THE DAILY AllGUS JOHN W- POTTER. Wednesday. Jcnk 12, 1889. Thk New York tells this story Tf Uncle Sam's strong box: From time im memorial the combinations of the locks of tbe big vaults where (183.000,000 in cash is stored have been known to one employe and tbe sub-treasurer. Mr. Rob erts has changed this. Two men will own the secret one to know one-half of the combination and the other the other half. He himself will know nothing. These men will be known to their associates, but to avoid complications in esse of sicks nss or death, Mr. Roberts has given another two the combination. These men are not known to their associates. and are not even known to each other Further, to guard against mishap, tbe two men known to have the combina tions have written, in separate sealed eu velopes, each bis half of the secret, and Mr. Roberts puts these in envelopes in a big envelope, plastered it with sealing wax from end to end, and locked jt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 12 June 1889

-sk. ,1 THE CROCK IsraSTD ABGTm" WEDNESDAY, JUKE 12, 1889. LAST OF THE Wetherell trupt stock, will be closed out this t uoons " " " J - . t arrive in time for the " : 7.. will be oi out aud ready eartv-'0pice9 fringed edge .watered i ' all the latest and choice colors 8 EE'wi'te 500 a Original Dtu -. .,. at nnr trrpftt rihhon Rata iii"--pric i...,,l tn K2e Now while this , . s.,ts Uiey will go at 50c; very stylish. ',. i.f. 4 mi-tons (48 pieces) of those , ilk ribbons No. 16. which will be Imtinii.'.l hi tic per yard. All thf N- . 13 81,(1,8 black gross in rii.hons with satin edges, still 11c a r, T!ie fancy stripe and checked litjiss (lid arrive with ,he otner ' ock ,,1 we shll close them at 6Jc a nl worth Ific to 18c. The balance of L printed India silks" reduced to 29c. Rrmrnib'-r the Chicago price on these jonIs is 2C. . 11 tin balance of the striped fancy tlfn,go down this week to 46c. selling in Clii'i:0 Ht 85c- Tlioe silk cloves that were delayed among the other goods by the ...

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

THE BOCK ISTjAKT) ABQU8 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1889. 1. 1 . 5 4 ;. SI ' v'j:-. 1 'Hi'-! - f I A THE ALUMNI REUNION. An Entertaining Assembly at the High School. The Exerrlnen and Thwe Who Far. tlrlpated In Them Prof. Parih'a Address A Large Attendance. Dear classmates once aaln we meet. Within these school honae hall; And each familiar face we greet. Our old school day recall. Cuoira Those old school days, so dear, In life's spring time; Let memory linger o'er the past. O'er the days of "Auld Lang Syne." Come, M's enjoy the passing honrs, Kor soon aaln we part ; Let pleasure's brightest boon be ours. Let joy fill every heart. Soon others 'neath this roof will meet Old faces disappear; These walks are pressed by other feet. In each sncceeiiiiiK year. , Then when our task on earth is o'er. In that great school beyond; Wltbl. smit.s new, we'll there pnnue. Our school work here began. This was tbe beautiful and very appropriate class song which was rendered to the tune of "Auld Lang Syne" ...

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