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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 24 January 1889

THE' KOCK ISTiAND AliGUS. THUBSDA Y, JANUARY 24, 1889. SUBURBAN fclFTINGS. HILLSDALE. Hillsdalb, 'Jan. 23. Hot's 4.00, butter 18 cents, eggs 15 centa. B. 0. Goodrich seems to hare pretty bad luck trying to grind bia grist. Mrs. Castas Oenung baa almost recor ered from ber recent illness. She ia able to be out of the house. Dare Wiggins baa moved on Wm. Mills place with the intention of doing grubbing and wood chopping. The Daily Waddell damage tult which waa to have been tried Monday waa postponed ten days, pending a set tlement. John Johnson ia again very ill with asthma, the same complaint with which be suffered last winter. Dr. Freek is at tending. Uncle Billy Smith lost his pocket book last week containing 26 02, and a hundred dollar note. It was found by Katie Breckcr. There will be an oyster festival at at Bothrsda tomorrow night, the proceeds to go toward keeping the grave yard in proper condition. J.T. Walker had a horse very badly cut on a barb wire fence a few days ago, th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 25 January 1889

t i Li and Daily Argu OCK v. V" :: t ' 3 : r XXXVII. NO. 80 KOCK ISLAND, FRIDAY. JANUARY 25, 18S9. FIVE TENTS. I: R Is My P '"ai "poor back" is held resiionsiblc for more than its share of the sufferings of i.inl;:iiJ- If yur dog bites a man kicks it, do you blame the dog? On the same OI,ri;ile the kidneys niter their protest J against nervousness, impure blood, end .u'ling constipation. "1 hese force them ?t do extraordinary rorlc in ridding the . .:m of the poisons which are the jN, result of effete matter retained in tha I,,,,,!, Tlien the sufferer says the (A back aches; the kidneys are dis- , ,.,!. Not yet;" but they will V?i'c ,,n'eiS tne nerves ara strengthened. . . . ,i,M. ptiriiied, and the contipatiou if-j" removed. These are the causes V.i l:i 7 troubles, and Paine's Celery (, ; h it, tunic, purifying, and laxative "f-,'V''3 i ':i-'v&, making it almost infallible in Vn i, ). If y',ur hopes of cure have ivt C2 been realized, tiy Paine's Celery Cora- .,, ,t ii (...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 25 January 1889

J . 1 4 I.' j 4, THE DAILY ARGUS JOt-N W. POTTER. FnvAt, January 25. w9. From the numbtr of appointment! which Got. Fifer baa already given Rock Island county, it would seem improbable that republicans hereabouts could gra ciously ask or expect any more favors of that character, but nevertheless they do, The latest candidate for state "pap" Mr. Walter Johnson, of the Union, who wants the soft job of canal commissioner. Adam Lleberkrecht, the good soul of the Geneseo Republicans pocketed the $1,600 salary attached to this sinecure for number of years, and now Johnson thinks it is his turn at the public teat. The An ous is sorry to see its neighbors wrangle and claw each other for a paltry $1,5(J0 a year. w bilk in spnngneia last week we dropped into the house of representatives to see how the IWk Inland members were getting along. We found Hod. E.W, Hurst occupying a front seat to the left of the speaker, his nearest colleagues be' Representatives Mahoney, of Cook, Mar shall, of Merc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 25 January 1889

THE BOCK ISLAND AKGU8; FRIDAYS JANUARY 25, 18S9. No. 1 is Mnce Stock NOTE TRICES. American Bible Societies Bibles at cost. Oxford Bibles at cost. Burster Bible at cost. Window Sli mles at cost. Wall Papers very cheap. Albums of Cilj of Rock Island Ri 22x28 Engravings 47c. SLEDS at cost. A job lot of Picture Frames at your own prices. KINGSBURY & SON, 1705 Saconrt Avenue. CAR LOADS OF CP i Xj &3t ft 1JNT STOCK. We are thn Western agents for the stove manufactures of Tapllv, Kick & Co., and carry the largest stork of stoves west of Chicago. In baying of us jTou virtually buy of the manufacturers and at lower prices thaa anr retail dealer can afford to make. It will pay you to see us before you buy anything in the shape of a stove. WILMRP BAKER & CO'., Opposite Harper House, Rock Island. NO. 1708 SECOND AVENUE. We carry the largest and House FurnishingGoods 1 in this vicinity, and at all times and make lowest prices. Glassware. Brushes, T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 25 January 1889

TILES' ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. FRI DA Y,Q JANUARY 25, 1M-9. ,1 it NEWPACKKI LINK. A Effort to be Hide to Revive Vpper Xlllppi Trade and Traffic. A new steamboat packet line wu formed in St. Louis Tuesday morning under the name of the St. Louia, St. Paul and Minneapolis Packet company, with a capital Mock of $100,000 cash. The names of the members in the company re withheld fur the present for various reasons, but it Is known that Mr. Andrew Delanj, of St. Paul.in old steam boatman, will be the manager. The new company has bongbt out the St. Louis and St Paul Packet company, consisting of three side-wheel steamboats, one wharfboat, twelve warehouses and one grain elevator at St. Paul. The steamboats are now in harbor at Hamburg Bay, up the river. .These will be taken to St. Louis immediately and completely overhauled, over 120.000 having been laid aside for repairs. Painters hve been called upon to aid on the painting inside and outside of the boats and wharrboats, and work in this line w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 26 January 1889

ock Island "Daily Argu XXXVII. NO- 81 KOCK ISLAND, SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 19 PRICE FIVE CENTS, R My Poor Back ! That "poor back" is held responsible for more than its share of the sufferings of mankind. If your dog bites a man who kick it, do you htarae the dog ? On the suns innfil'le the kidneys utter their protest J against nervousness, impure blood, and faulting constipation. These force them jf to do extraordinary work in ridding the .vstem if the poisons which are the fftsu't of effete matter retained in the vd. Then the sufferer says the 1.91 oack acbes; the kidneys are flis- (M'd. "Not yet;" but they will De unless u ... v. 2 .'. I.l.Mxi purified, and the constipation if ; viV. remov ,.! !.U!nvy troubles, and Paine's Celery t A '' Compound V-'hh il tonic, purifying, and laxative i.'ii-'y, making it almost infalliU: in ft cciirg all diseases of the nerves and kldro '.. if 'our hopes of cure have ct 3 been realized, try Paine's Celery Com,)!.n; " &ve perfect health t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 26 January 1889

J v it THE DAILY YRGUS N TT. Satis .a January 26 189 The Ex on Sort. iy Grrmany baa dexldrd to build the "Floating Eiblbi tion Piltce f Gcmianj." barinir raised 5.000,000 marks for the purpose. It pro poses to build a ship to be called the Kaiser Wilhelm. which will be the work of. German shipyards. According to plans, the ship will be 964 feet long, 65) feet wide, and 46 feet deep. It will have four engines propelling as many screws The material will be principally German teel. The cohI of a two years' tour is estimated at 8,150,000 marks. The in come from the rented space 1,000 to 1,200 marks for each booth and from sales will be, it is thought, at least 7. 260,800 marks, leaving a balance of 4, 110,800, or over 3,000,000 marks annual ly-a pretty sum on the pages of the ledger. Emperor William, it is said, has promised his aid to the enterprise, and It Is hoped that the vessel will sail from Hamburg on her tint voyage in the spring of 189 ). Thk United State s has 67.376 postofli ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 26 January 1889

THE HOOK ISTjAND AIIGU. SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 19 No." 1 is Rednce stoct NO IE PRICES. American Bible Societies Bibles at COKt. ( tfoM Ilii'lcs at coot. fiik'xNT Bible at cost. Window Shades At cost. WV.I Papers very cheap. Albums of City of Rock Island 50c. 22x28 EDgravings 47c. SLEDS Ht cost. A job lot of Picture Frames at your own prices. KINGSBURY & SON, 1T05 Second Avenue. CAR LOADS OF IJNT STOCK. We urn the Western agents for the stove manufactures of Taplis, Rick & Co., and carry the largest stock of stoves west of Chicago. In baying of us you virtually luy of the manufacturers and at lower prices than any retail dealer can afford to make. It will pay you to see us before you buy anything in the shape of a stove. WILL&RJJ BAKER & CO., Opposite Harper House, Rock Island. THE PAIR, NO. 1708 SECOND AVENUE. We carry the largest and best assorted stock of House FurnishingGoods in this vicinity, and at all times and make lowest prices....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 26 January 1889

THE HOOK ISLAND ARGTJSs SAT UK DAY, JANUARY 1 1889. 2(5. : 4 . V -5 1 1 :. THE MAID OF THE MILL Words by HAMILTON tlnntjihflji 1. Gold-en years a - go, in a 2. Lead-en years have pass'd, P jf-y 1 j me; The mill wheel now is round; Butwheno'er I think of words she sang to me. hear her words to me. 1 f ft 1 I me! Think some EE S Jf morn.... breaks, and the Xye-Uiley. This combination of wit and sentiment gate an enjoyable literary entertainment at Molina last evening to a monster audience, a large number (reins; present from this city. Mr. Nye has a quiet, subdued, but insinuating manner, which led to much amusement. Mr. Nye talks with bis mouth. In fact, after he becomes familiar to the audience his appearance before telling the store he is to relate, provokes hearty laughter. Yet there is not the same force of humor in his tongue that there is in his pen. Mr. Riley Is a clever Imitator, and his part of the programme was most admirably conducted. He is a comedian of rare merit, and h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 28 January 1889

land Daily Krqxj R i OCK J !l O XVII. NO- 82 HOCK ISLAND, MONDAY. JANUARY 28, 189, PRICE FIVE CENTS. 8 My Poor Back ! That "poor back" i held resiionsiUe for mere than its share of the sufferings o? mankind. If your dog bites man who kicks it, do you blame the dog ? On the sansi principle the kidneys utter their protest fj against nervounts impure blood, and. resulting constipation- 1 hese force them dg svem of the poisons which are the l.Kiod. Then the sufferer says the ca,ed. " Not yet ; " but they will 'c blood purified, and the constipation ..i Liiln-v troubles, and Paine's Celery f With its tonic, purifying, and laxative l&ifr fcvav.ti'. I i 2 Sidneys, making it almost infallible in jr c.mi;; all diseases of the nerves and kid-ri.-ys. If your hopes of cure have not j be-n realized, try Paine's Celery Comiounu; it gives perfect health to all who complain of "their poor backs." Price fl.'JO Sold by Druooists. Sknd for Ii lusthati d PArt.R. WELLS, RICHARDSON &a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 28 January 1889

1 THE BOOK TBITA'ND AIMTPB MONDAY, JANUARY 28, 1889. t r. 1 THE DAILY ARGUS iOhN W- POTTER. M on dat, January 28. 1889. BcRLrNGTON Qaielle: Just at the bus Iness interests of Burlington seem to be taking on new vigor, when men of all classes are begioniog to feel the impulses of renewed growth and prosperity for the city, comes a vagabond, under pay, known as informer French, and files in formation which leads to the closing of three large breweries in this city, ems ploying many hands and bringing thousands of dollars into Burlington trade from Illinois towns, which have been the chief customers for these industries. Every branch of business in the city will feci this blow. And still there will be do prohibition. Prohibition laws are the creation of a breath of air, but prohibi tion does not come so easily. Ms. H. F. McLeoo, of the Smithsonian Institute, said recently, in speaking of ancient American tools, to at carpentry was the trade of aboriginal Americans, He said: "The Indian...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 28 January 1889

THE ItOCK IRT.AND Ait6U8 MONDAY, JANUARY 2H, 19. DIRECT FROM THE I. Y. Cflstoi House. We have just received and placed on gnle the lnnMst line of EMBROIDERIES we have ever bwn able to lay before eur customer. Ourorkers were ylaced nearly six months b(?o at a time when all labor troubles bud been settled among the employees at the St. Gall districts and at b period when orders were being solicited at a discount from 12 to 15 per cent In-low the lowest figures tvr before retched. You will be readily convinced of these fucts as soon as you see bw we have lowered tbe prices and at the same time secured an improved class of work. The ptiutrns are more dainty, more ar tisti( ant the work shows more skill. We open thousands of yards of narrow, medium and wide edgings and infirrringn bo'li in cambric, nainsook and Swim Flouncing and full skirt widths in all qii'tlitit-s of of Swiss, nainsook and furtibnc. with all widths of edgings and insertions to match. Also all over emhrord Ties to matc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 28 January 1889

THE -BOCK ISLAND ARQU8. MONDAY, JANUARY 28, 1889. f, ' ;? i si .-1 i 'C. i r ' a v -i i r .3 , -1 .... i,;: PRINCE OF THIEVES. 'LITTLE HORACE" HOVAN AND HI3 NUMEROUS ROBBERIES. An Affable. Gentlemanly F-lon. Who Would Mot Barm a Mouse n umltvds of Thouwndi of Dollar Stolen r'rom Hanks. Why Ha Cannot (tfortn. Two genteelly rlressixl men walked into the People Savings and Dejxisnt bank, in Denver, Cola It was shortly after tbo noon hour, and most of the ollh-uils were at dinner. Only the cashier remained, tuid he approwbed the wickot window to converse r. iili one of the callers, who wished to nm!;t nrranguments to boconie a depositor. Suddenly a noiso In tho roar of the hank caught the cashier's ear. He turned to see the other stninj-or at the door of tho big open vault "Quick as a flush tho official ran to the safe, eliing, as lie Kissed the counter, a revolver. Throwing the cockod weapou into the face of the robber, be made him put up his bands. The prisoner quietly submitted to ar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 29 January 1889

Rock A ISL AND AILY RGU .i;,. XXXVII. NO 83 UOCK ISLAND, TUESDAY. JANUARY 29, 1889, PRICK FIVE CENTS. I) My Poor Back ! Tat "poor back" i held responaiMe for mere than its share of the sufferings of minkinc!. If your dog ',el man w! h do yu blame the dog? On the same: niu-tple the kidneys ultet their protest Fi against nervou'in-ss, impure LUxxl, rawl rolling constipation. 1 ncse lorce mem Vj . . . r . 1 vtin of the poisons which arc the A :,!od. r.i-rd. Tlien the sufferer says the (AjtSfrfj back aches; M Nut yet ; " but they will P?-CSi ' V.i I:ilV troubles, and Taine' Celery J .-" "it!i it-- tonio, parifying, and laxative ' i ;n y, nuking it almost infallible in cring all diseavs ol the nerves ana Kia- , . .,. If your hopes of cure have not be.u realized, try Paine's Celery Comin.'.; it gies perfect health to all wiio cumplain of "their poor backs." Price $1.00. Sold by Druggists Si.ni for Ii.uusirati:d Paper. WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO., Proprietors, BURLINGTON. VERMONT. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 29 January 1889

II i'1 , ,:) ; ..- M i '" i t : 1 THE DAILY ARGUS JOHN W- POTTER. Tuesday. Januabt 29 18K Mb. George I. Brown, editor of the Dubuque Time$, is to be married at Free port tomorrow evening to Miss Alice Sanborn, one of the most accomplished young ladies of that city. Here are our congratulations, Bro. Brown. Thk Boston Herald of a recent date says: "Down in Connecticut a young lady picked a bouquet of violets in her garden last week, and another young la-1y gathered a line bunch of dandelions. An Ansonia man is pulling weeds out of his ttrawberry beds, expecting them to bios sora it. another week. In Hilford the crocusses and the early lillies have bios somed, the pussy willow buds have begun to swell and burst, and the robins and the blue birds are chirruping in the green meadows. Let the Oanre Uo On. The flat has gone forth from two Rock Inland pulpits that the worldly amusement of dancing, the fascinating game of progressive euchre, and the seductive rffla are not only of a demoral...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 29 January 1889

TIIE"ItOCK ISTiAND ARQTJS: TUESDAY. JANUARY 29, 19. DIRECT FROM THE I. Y. Custom House. We have just received and placed on mlf the ltrel line of 15 M BROIDERIES we nave ever hern able to lay before eur rutrDier8. Ourordets were ylaccd nearly oit months ago at time when all la)l0r troubles hud been settled among the emn'eyees in the St. Gull districts and at a period when orders were being snlicU iidst a discount from 12J to 15 per cent tfj.iw the lowest figures ev.r before resrhed. Yon will be readily convinced f these far is as soon as you see how we Imve lowered the prices and at the same time secured an improved class of work T e atiems are more dainty, more ar i title, nnd the work shows more skill. We open thousands of yards of narrnw, medium end wide edgings and inertmes ho'h in cambric, nainsook and Swi-4 Flouncings and full skirt widths in hII qnnlities of of Swiss, nainsook and ramhnn. with all widths of edginps and insertion1 to match. Also all over em-hronl-ries to match...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 29 January 1889

A J INTERESTING DEBATE. T Qaeatlixi t thf Location of the Satloaal Capital Earaeatly ai eeeel aad the Prapoaltloa la Ftm r Removal la Hock lalaad Ana talaed. debating lociely has been holding a aerie of Saturday night meetings in the achool hoose at Milan during tbe fall and winter which bare been productive of Interest, instruction and pleasure, topics pertaining to national, political and common interest having been taken up discussed, digested and disposed of Laat Saturday night's meeting was unusually interesting a& tbe subject of de bste was one appealing particularly to local interest. The question was: "Re -lved. that the national capital should be removed from Washington west ward." The affirmative was led by Mr. T. J. Medlll. Jr., of this city, assisted by Mr. .Toa. Fitipatruk aod Mrs. 0. S. Thompson, of Milan, and the negative aide or the question was represented by Prof. J. . Gamble, of Geneseo, now principal of the Milan school, assisted by Mr. W. Morehead an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 30 January 1889

and Daily Argu VOL XXXVU. NO- 84 ROCK ISLAND, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30, 18S9, PRICE FIVE CENTS. Rock Isl My Poor Back ! Hiat " poor Jl,c't " held resiionsible for more than its share of the sufferings of mankind. If your dog bites a man who kicks it, do you blame the dog ? On the same principle the kidneys ulter their protest nuliing constipation. '1 hese force them .viiem of the poisons which are the :lod. Then the sufferer says the oi?d. "Not yet; but they will i:u IiI.hxI purified, and the constipation I' kidney troubles, and Paine's Celery With it tonic, purifying, and laxative E&3 :,i liu-ys, making it almost infallible in ) ' coring all diseases of the nerves and Lidivvs. If your hopes of cure have not fj been realized, try Paine's Celery Com- ,n)uni it gives perfect health to all who complain of "their ror backs." Prica $1.00 Sold by Druggists. Si:m for Ii.i.lvirati.u Tapcr. WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO., Proprietors, BURLINGTON. VERMONT. fej&J : ft...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 30 January 1889

ri-TTTT Tk A TT "V T)nTTC JOHN W. POTTER. WEDNESDAY. JAXUIBY 80, 18h9. Lecailaed Babbery. - The adoption of tbe fat-frying tariff bill, including the 1 per cent, sugar bounty, by the republican senate, bring out anew the decision of Mr. Chief Jua tice Miller, of the supreme court of the United States, tn the case of the Loan Association . Topeka reprinted in 20 Wallace, in which be says: "To lay with one band the power of government on the property of the citizen, and with the other bestow it upon farored individuals to aid private enterprise and build up private fortunes, is none the less robbery because it is done under the form of law and is called taxation . This Is not legis ltion. It Is a decree under legisiativo forms." Making timely reference to this deci aion in this connection, the Chicago Tinu says: What is true of legislation to grant bounties to sugar raisers, that is to lay with one band the power of governmen on the property of the citizen, and with tbo other bestow i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Island Argus — 30 January 1889

THE HOOK ISLAND AKGU8; "WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30. lHt9. DIRECT FROM THE 1 1 Custom Honse. We have junt recelyed and plnccd on sate the Uram line of EMBROIDERIES e bave ever hecu able to lay before eur utrmers. Our order were ylawd narIV six months ago at a time when all lal or troubles bad been settled among the emo'eyees In the St. Gull districts and at h period when orders were boing solicited al a discount from 12) to 15 per cent Iclnw the lowest fluures evar before re '.rhed. Yu will be readily convinced (,f these facta as soon as you fee how wo lnve lowered the prices and at the same lin.e secured an Improved class of work Tmp patterns are more painty, more ar tiniic. and the work shows more skill W'e open thou ands of yards of narrow, medium and wide edgines Bnd Infirriincs ho'U In cambric, nainsook and Swis Flouncing nd full skirt widths in all qualities of of Swiss, nainsook and cambric, with all widths of edgings anil inwriion to match. Also all over cmtirord Tie to match with...

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