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The Union Association at Illinois
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Illinois City. FeK 21. The Teachers'
Union association be:d at Illinois City,
Fb. 21. its fourth meeting. President
Britton being absent, the meeting was
culled to order by Leon Wylie. and L A.
Thomas was cbOFen president pro tern.
After the reading of the minutes of the
previous meet in 2, an informal tak on
"the February examination." ic which all
present participated in a very lively man
ner, resulted in the selection cf an out
line for the examination. It is surprising
to see the interest that has been awakened
among the teachers and patron, of the
schools since the association has been
organized. It is to be hoped that the in
terest thus taken will tend to it crease the
membership of the union and hasten the
time when the district school teacher will
not be looked upon as an object of criti
cism. After select reading by Mr. J.
Price the union adjourned until 1:30, p.
m , when the meeting wa9 again called to
order, with a much larger attendance.
The discussions were-carried or. in a very
C. B. Marshall, county superintecdent,
is upected to be present at the next
meeting, March 7. The. programme is as
c?g V America
Selecc fading Mins Uayes
How to Teach Intermediate Geography
11 V"m""'V"'. "Mr.Burton
How to Teach Sneljina; Mixs NorriB
How to Teach Primary Reading 1 je Dariner
How to Teach Grammar JM, G. Britton
now to Teach Cube Hoot Leon Wylie
How Can an Interest be Awakened in Di
rection and Parents of schools
L. A. Thorns h
Meeting to be called at 10:30 a. m. All
are cordially invited.
Daniel Flynn, of Port Byron, was in
the city today.
A few boarders wanted tt 8J6 Nine
Dancing school at Armory hall Satur
Moline is likely to have a society sensa
Wm. Gibson left for Dubuque on busi
ness this morning.
Mrs. Herkert ha9 tendered ter resigna
tion and will vacate the Turner hall on
Richard Gale, of Milan, was Btntto the
reform school for two years by .Tu3ge
Adams today, for burglary.
The annual masquerade of the Rock
Island Turner society will b.j hell at
Turner hall next Saturday evening.
Bridge travel Monday amounted to:
fool north, 99. south, 925; total, 1824;
teams), north, C77. south, 671, total,
Judge Glenn is this afternoon hearing
the arguments in the case of the
Enowles heirs against the Moliie T. M.
Rev. Father Thomas Mackin, of 8t.
Joseph's church, his secured from Virgil
Warren the lot immediately sou:h of St.
Joseph's church, for $920.
The boaid of directors of Aigustana
college meet text Tuesday to ehct a pro
fessor of theology to succeed thtt late Dr.
Ilasselquist. Prof. O Olsen will proba
bly be chosen .
Dr. Thomas Gilt is confined to his
house with lung and throat trouble.
Lou'ib Salzmann and wife are happy par
ents of twins, a boy and girl, which ar
rived this morning.
That was a radical decline in tempera
ture to be sure from 68,to 10 above zero
in sixteen hours. It was like leaping
from the lap of spring into tLe cold,
merciless grasp of mid-winter.
Mrs. W. W. Egglestonhas btsen sud
denly called to New York, in connequence
of the alarming illness of ber father, R.
H. Pease, who formerly resided in this
city for seven or eight years
Harvey Brubaker, brakeman on the
afternoon Milwaukee train, had his fing
ers crushed while making a coupling
yesterday afternoon, just before leaving
the city. The injaries are painful,
though not serious.
The Davenport Business Men's asso
ciation has taken in band the matter of
constructing a new railroad bridge across
the riyer between Rock Island and Daven
port, and a committee has been appointed
to push the project.
Mrs. Milton Jones and ber children
gave a delightful concert to a delighted
audience at the Rural town hall last night,
and this morning gave an entertainment
In the main building for the inmates of the
county farm who were likewise overjoyed.
Representative Payne is laid up at
Springfield, and can't even jet over to
the house to vote far Streeter. It was
thought that last in terview in the Union
with the Zuma sister would havo a bid
The Messrs. Negus has let the contract
to Ritchie & DeGear to lower the floor of
the store west of the Rock Island house
block, recently occupied by H. F. Cordes.
The Btore will be dropped to grade and
will then be one of the finest store rooms
in the city.
The Moline Furniture company filed
articles of incorporation with the circuit
clerk yesterday. The capital ftock is
$50,000, and the directors are Andrew
Friberg, C. G. Carlson. F. A. Laider, A.
Anderson, P. Peterson, A. Lindi;ren and
G. E. Evans.
The remains of Mrs. A. H. Grimm ar
rived from Elgin last evening ani were
THE ARQUB. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 25 1891.
Uten ia e barge by Undertaker Knox.
The funeral will be beld from the resi
dence of Peter tichtrer. Fourth avenue
and Tenth street, at 2 p. m tomorrow
The Odd Fellows w ll attend in a body.
The annual subscription matqaerade
of the Rok Island Turner society will
be htld 8 tturday evening, Feb 28. at
Turocrhs1!. S inscription lis's mav be
had of the committee, composed of J,
Rettig. E. Dorn, E Goepel, F. StaaBsen
andO. Herkert or at Turner hall.
John H. Porter today sold the Moline
Repub!;can to W. F. Axtman, late of
the Omaha Bee. for $6,000. Mr. Axt
man will assume personal control March
1. He is a former Davenport newspaper
man, thoroughly practical and able, and
will make his new paper a success, no
The Tri-Ciiy Ministerial association
meets in Rock W nd next Monday the
first Monday in March. The subjects
will be. "The Messiah From tbe Jewish
Standpoint," Rabbi Samuel Freuder,
Divenpor:; "T e Relation of the Church
to the Caildren," Rev. C. E Tajlor.
R-ck Island .
The donations to the In lustrial school
for January were as follows: January
24. 40 yards calico, Mrs. Sudlow; January
29, 20 yards calico, McCabe Bro's; six
yaids, Mclntiie Bro's; four yards. Mrs
Pinneo; 22 yar.is flannel, Mrs. Weyer
hauser; tix yards calico. Mrs Whisler;
one bolt calico. Mrs. Morrw Roeenfield.
Sheriff Gordon is having the combina
tion on the locks on cell doors in the jai'.
changed, as it was possible before to
make a wholesale jil delivery with one
duplicate key. as heretofore one key
would fit all the locks n the cells. No
new locks are needed, but as a number
needed repairing the combinations are be
ing changed at the same time. Chas. Fie
big. the expert, having charge of the
A labDring man named Coghill, who
came here recently from Champaign with
his family and secured employment at
the Rock Island Lumber company's mill,
is lying at the point of death at his home,
714 Fourteenth street, and his family are
destitute. No one has thus far extended
any help to the unfortunate people and
the miyor's attention has been called to
it. Ttie Lad its' Rslief society, which has
evidently not heard of the case, can do a
worid of good in that suffering house
hold. Rev. P. A. Coo!, a beloved p'.stor. for
merly of the First Methodist church of
this city, has just c'owA a mo&t success
ful revival at Pontiac, during which he
has secured 150 additions to bis church.
On April 27 hecoes t Montezumt.Iowa,
to deliver an oration before the great
gathering of Odd Fellows. It will be
one of the greattst githeringj Iowa has
ever had of the kind and there is no
doubt but Rev. Cool will delight the as
sembly. Peoria Transcript.
Owing to the cold snap bat-ines on Market
eqnare has dropped eff to alniot nothing. So
change to speak of has taken place in price, they
byinf as follows :
Grain ""ora 5!52c; oats. 43c
Feed Day. $S$12.
Prodnce Butter and eeg are coming in more
plentiful, and bring as follows: Bu ti-r HM-jit;
tpgs, lie p.T Cozen. 1
I.O. O. K.
All members f Rock Island Lodge
No. 18. I O. O. F., are requested to as
semble at tbe residence of P. Soberer,
corner of Fourth avenue and Tenth
street, on Tnursday at 2 p. m. to attend
the fuueralof Mrs. A. H. Grimm.
J. GCTBOMr8KN, N. G.
D. Frsd Krell, Sec.
Kotice to tbe Pcbiic-
Attention i hereby called to the nuis
ance in regard to throwing paper, band
bills and other rubbish on our sidewalks
and streets, which is becoming a great
nuisance to pedestrians and persons driv
ing horses. Tbe penalty for such offense
under the city ordinance, chapter 15, sec
tion 1, 14, is a fine not to exceed one
The police is hereby instructed to see
that said ordinaoce is obeyed and ens
forced . By order of the City Council.
Robert Kokuxeh, City Clerk.
There is no danger of a cold resulting
in pneumonia when Chamberlain's Cough
remedy is used as directed "for a severe
cold." It effectually counteracts and
arrests any tendency of a cold to result
in pneumonia . This fact was fully prov
en in thousands of cases during the epi
demic of influenza last winter. For sale
by Har'z & Bahnsen.
Oddson Why are you always asking
me for a cigarette? Why don't you troy
Ends I don't want to get into the
(puff, puff) habit of (puff) mA-mg the
darned things, Oddson. Chicago Trib
A Great Field.
City Parson I have been appointed
missionary to the heathen and
Chorus of Parishioners Yon are not
going to leave us, are you?
City Parson No; they told me to stay
just where I was. New York Herald.
Who He Fought With.
"You say yon fought all thronjh the
war, bnt I can't find yonr name on any
of the enlistment rolls."
"I know it; I wasn't enlisted. I fought
with my wife." Busy Bee.
Ed oca t tonal Item.
Uncle George And so you go to school
now, Johnny? What part of the exer
cises do you like best?
Johnny The exercises we get at re
cess. Texas Sif tings.
Canes are the only signs of support
some well dressed young men show.
A Small Amount of Uneinegs Actu
Ta Hoaae rMfi the War, hew
a Ktlira4 Bill Three Ballnta
aad a I'tgat Ov r Atfoara-
Bprihofikld. Feb 25. SpccialJ
The house met at 10 a. m , and discussed
the Wa'ebouse and Railroad bill which
passed with amendments on jecond read
ing. The joint session took three ballots.
Palmer receiving 101 each tim3. On roll
call the reputl cans and F. M. B. A. men
did not yote on account of absence of
members. A fight was mad on adjourn
ment, and much delay and confusion
caused by the speaker's ruling on the quor
um. It was hotly discussed, but Crafts leld
that the federal law required only to meet
and take one ballot at least without refer
ence to whether there was a quorum
present or not.
N.ce fresh buttercups and home-made
caramels at Erell & Math's.
Two fresh milch cows for sale. En
quire C. D. Gordon, sheriffs office
Nice baled hay and straw by the ton by
John Evans at city tcales.
Chocolate, mint, wintertreen, lemon
and maple cream patterns just received at
Krell & Math's.
E. B. McKown sells hard wood in
lengths, cut or split; soft coal, lump and
nut, corner Fifteenth street and First
avenue. Telephone 1193.
Order ice cream in brick forms and get
the best. One or more kinds in each
brick; turns out nice; and easy to serve.
Erell & Math can supply you any time.
Progressive euchre ice cream. Eicta
person gets a plate of ice cream with the
exact cut of a card on top. When giving a
card party have these and order them
from Krell & Math's.
A man who has been somewhat of a
rover says the best place in the three cit
ies to get a (rood meal is at the Crown
restaurant, No. 1708 Second avenue, A.
B. Johnson. Prop
Hard Coal Karker.
$7 75 per ton for best anthracite coal,
all sizes, delivered within city limits, 25c
per ton discount for cash. Indiana black
$4.50 and Cannel coal $6 per ton delivered,
cartage added on all orders for less than
one ton; carrying in 25c per ton extra.
E. G. Fraxer.
'SitatUona wanttd"and "Helu" uuikuih)
one week la tbe Daily Asua FRKK.
For Sale, Rent. -Exchange and Miccellaoeoca
want laeeKed one day at le pe ward; three
dJt fce per word atd one week at He per
F L 8A .A nl ASD UT IN HBN
iii " dd,t'l". t R I'land. wra ot
MiUnroad. x Knqul e ml So. it 16 Seco d avenee.
NICELY FCRMHHeD ROOM FOB TWO
rant.emen at ftft Twentieth tueet.
lWATED To ,,f"1 b" work
"bout bouse; caU at A Eighteen. h street.
WANTED A BOY 18 TO 18YKARS OF AGE
to tend lnnch counter aiirbu. Apply at
Cro n restaurant maj afternoon.
WANTED A YOUNG VAN TO KEEP BOOKS
an hour each even n. fall at Bomber
meat market, corner of Fourth avenue and
ix wm of
fcJOO.oO and Upwards
F'r sale, x-urel 'a "nl worth from
three to ().. ticn tb. Hrcoosl
i the !nnn.
Interest 7 nrr r-rt mii m.r--A .
remittl fre of cba'ff
F. w HURST,
ATToRJTRY AT La'V
Pxm 1 and tm'.c Tempi.
HOCS ISLAND, ILL
fJUx Sale Notice
Mate of Illinold Ror Tlrd oattr.
ToT. Ford, tbe ui.k own owner awl til oibera
interested: Yon are bereliy notified that ihe fl
lomioe land aituated in ih? ouutr of Hoik Isl
and and ataie of II lnotn, to-lt: let numN-r
thirteen (13i In b ock I umW four. . li tbe
old town of Hampton. aset to T. Fnr.U
aold to the uLdrrwtened at tbe coliec'or'a 'e.
on Jone 7. A . iwy. f..r t'.e taxea and e U doe
the a late of i:H o a and the count rr Rik-k
nd. for the year IK-w, a-,d that tbe time of re -derop
lnn from raid sale will ei lre on Jane 7,
A.l.lH. J. M BaXjOX.
Hampton, IJ. Feb S.
Cheap frma fTae or rnt: laid .r .tea k
ranches, coioctea or in stment.
Write to J . atft!tE,
rb lllttbury. t-ttill pt Co. Kilw.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
lrish Cough SyrupE
Acts quickly, is perfectly safe and never fails to cure all Lung troubles.
TRY IT. 25c and 50c Bottles.
Medicine known for all Kidney, Larn; and Stomacl :r-.:L,-. ,
Thomas' Kidney and Liver Pills.
5c a Bottle Samples free.
T. H. THOMAS,
Dmffaist, Rock Island
ISC0RPORATSD CNDER THE THE STATE LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
BOCK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open daily from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., and Svtorday eveningt from 7 to a oclock.
ive per cent interest paid on Deposits. Monev loaned on Persoaal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
X. F. REYNOLDS, Pre. f C. DKNKMANN. Tiee-Prea. J. M. BUFORD, Cm tier.
F. L. Mitchell, B P. Remolds, F. C. Denkmann. John Crabantrb. C. F. Lyr.de.
J. J. Reimera, L. Simon. B. W. Ham. J. SI . ttiford.
Jacksoi Hcatrr, Solicitor,
CaFWill bepinJbnBlneaa July 8, 1890, and will occupy banking man w'.ti XitcbeU Je Lynda
until new bank ia completed.
Proprietor of tbe Brady Street
All kinda of Cnt Flower conrtaotly on band.
Green Bouaea Flower Store-
One block north of Central Park, the largest in Ia. 8(4 Brdy Street, Dattnort, Iowa .
Sjoipg Out of Business.
OUR ENTIBE STOCK OF
Furniture, Carpets, Draperies,
gPWILL BE 80LD
Iegfetrclless of Cost !
"Credit given reliable people.
The C. F. Adams Home Furnishing House
As each season arriTes in its turn
seem to grow handsomer.
It is so this spring.
We are receiving our first purchases
and before we have time to mention
the fact manj choice things are
being selected by wise people who
know that first choice is best.
Newrobesfln new colorings and designs-
Beautiful imported plaid goods.
Plain effects in
French serges and
Henriettas, including the
New brown and
French corn Cower blue.
322 BRADY ST, DAVENPORT. IA.
! Plaid cheviots.
Black dress goods, immense assort
, ment in plain and fancy effects,
i We can't mention everthing.
, We want yon to see and hope to have
you call and inspect.
COTTON DRESS GOODS.
Tae ginghams Iwe are selling at lOo
. and 12So are as handsome as the
I Scotch and colors just as fast, fine
J quality, too.
I New embroideries Justin.
Black white goods In great variety.
We show probably twice as many as
you will see elsewhere.
Rock Eiand. Illinois.
GLEMANN & SALZMANN
ARK NOW SHOWING
Three Times as Large a Stock of
At a&y otbrr eiBiilar erM;Ltn-tt ia tbe eity.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
TO REDUCE STOCK
A Chance You Can't Afford to Miss.
"We are offering unprecedented values In
Including all of our magnificent assortment of choice
Hats and Bonnets
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
MRS. P. GREENAVJALT
1704 SECOND AVENUE,
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
"KlOEdST & ADLER
Remored to 219 8erenteenth Street
Great Clearance Sale
SCHNEIDER'S SHOE STORE.
IX ORDER TO REDUCE XT STOCK OF
Felt Boots and Shoes,
I mr!U o3er tbera tor tht next S9 dart at price that mm aateU cveybotfy. Coat early
and cx;ar a tarjmia. Ttiry mut atll rrfvrllm of eofC
S&tt Fififc Arenue,
1818 Second Avenue,
Htrper Home Block.