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Saturday Night's Caucuses All
Mrong domination Hat( for Alder
men and Mneti Enthusiasm Vi.
played in All the fleeting.
Wtre anything necessary t show that
the democratic strength and enthusiasm
wbich manifested itself so forcibly last
fall had not wavered or weakened, the
spirit of Saturday night'9 ward caucuses
would have served that ecd. The attend
ance at all the caucuses was the largest
and the enthus'asm the heartiest that has
ever heen manifest by eith r party in
Rock Island before. The meetings in
all the wards were harmonious 'and the
results were that strong and wise nomi
nations were made. In the First ward
Martin Weinburger. the ice man, is tbe
nominee, and a strong candidate he is.
In the Second ward, E. D. McCartney
was chosen. He is a carpenter,
well known and highly respected and
will get there without fail. In the Third
ward Aid. Daniel Corken was compli
mented with a renoraination which means
that he will be reelected. In the Fourth
ward an excellent nomination was made
in the selection of Albert Euesing. In
the Fifth ward the caucus thowed its
wisdom in the nomination of Alexander
McDonald. In the Sixth The mas Pona-.
hue the popular engineer, as chosen,
whuh metes that he will be elected. In
the Seventh the democracy showed its
appreciation of Aid. J. E. Lurkin's ser
vices and the voters will do the same
Detailed reports of the caucuses foK
The caucus in the First wari was called
to order by J. W. Corken. F. .1. Raible
was chosen chiirman and Thomas Byrnes
secretary. Martin Weinburger was de
clared the unanimous choice of the caucus
for alderman. Delegates wen; elected as
follows: Joseph Repine, Edward Mur
phy, Herman Mesie, C. F. Tcenniges, J.
H. Borel, George Waldman and Frank
Blocklinger. Thomas Byrnns, F. J.
Raible was chosen ward committeeman.
Anton Jenson was elected chairman
of the Second ward caucus and Ed. Bar
rill, Jr.. secretary. E. D. McCiirtney was
nominated for alderman by acclamation.
Delegates to the city convention are: Ed.
Bauersfeld. David Ulam, John Imhoff,
John Sexton. L. M. Buford, Charles Dur
mann, John Burns. Anton Jenson, Henry
Kinner, Patrick Murrin and Ht:nry Hais
lip. The ward committee is composed of
Patrick Murrin, George Hanson and J.
M. M. Briges was chairman of the
Third ward caucus and George W. Henry
was secretary. Aid. Daniel Corken and
Freeman Nye were placed before the
caucus for the nomination for alderman.
The chair named Louis Ohlweiler and
George Copp as tellers, and at informal
ballot for alderman gave Corken 48 votes,
Nye 7. Mr. Corken's nomination was
thereupon made unanimous. Delegates
to the democratic city convention were
elected as follows: John Corknn, Henry
Seidel, William Young, George Copp, H.
Hetter. C. Davis, B. Winter. Thomas
Carney, L. Philebar, W. Boehrxe, Joseph
Geiger and M. M. Briggs. Preferences
were expressed for George W. Henry for
city clerk, Louis Ohlweiler for collector
and John Barge for assessor. The ward
committee is composed of Peter Scblem
mer, Michael Corken and Arthur Bur
rail. FOURTH WARD.
In the Fourth ward, J. P. Looney was
chairman and T. J. Medill.'Jr., fecie'.arj.
Albert Huesing was nominated for alder
man by acclamation. The delegates are,
John Looney, V. Dauber, C. R. WLee
lan, H. Lemburg, J. H. Beslic, Henry
Frick, William Hoeft, John Gipson.J. W.
Potter, Janies T. Dixon.
The committeemen are, J. T. Dixon,
V. Dauber and John Gipson.
The Fifth ward caucus was called to
order by Henry F. Wheelan. J. R.
Johnston was elected chairman and T. A.
Pender, secretary. T. F. Wheelan and
John Brennau were appointed t tilers and
an informal ballot for alderman resulted,
Alex McDonald, 9; T. F. Wheelan. 3; J.
B. Blake, 4; J. W. Welch, 2; B. Birfeen.
field. 2; T. Fahey, 1; Upon motion Mr.
McDonald was declared the nominee,
delegates were selected to the city con
vention as follows: J. It. Johnston,
George Foster, J. Rosenfield, T.F. Whee
lan, John H. Pender, J. Brennan, J.
Meyers, Sylvester Conwell, Joseph 8cher
er, John Haley, Michael Collins, William
Treftz. V. M. Blanding was endorsed
fur mayor, J. R. Johnston for t ssessor,
and John Looney for city aUorney. Dav
id Fitzgerald, George Foster an I John
Meyers were elected ward committeemen.
L. C. Blanding presided oer the
k'Xth ward caucus and William E!err was
ecretary. Thomas Donahue was nomi
nated for alderman by acclamation. The
legates are George B. Browner, Patrick
Kennedy. H. Baker. J. McDarran. Ed
ward Shields, Michael Brennan and Wil
liam McCarthy, and are instructed for V.
M, Blanding for mayor, Peter Trey for
clerk and Edward Burrill, Jr., for collec-
tor. The committeemen are Eiward
smews at Patrick Kennedy.
Ia the Seventh ward William H. Brag
don was elected chairman and J. E Lar
kin eecretary. An informal baMot for
alderman showei 34 votes for Lirkin to
four for J. H. Kerr. Mr. Larkin was
thereupon declared the nrmlnee bv accla
mation. The delegates are: Robert
Wagner, W. H. Bragdon, J. Law
head, Edwin Ward. George Bick. Joseph
Huber. George Bick and J. H. Ander
son were named as committeemen.
Tonight the democratic city conven
tion is to be held at Turner hall. The
delegates have abundance cf exceHent
timber from which to choose. Messrs.
John Ohlweiler and Fred Hass are the
most prominently mentioned for mayor.
George W. Henry and Peter Frey for
clerk. Edward Burrill. Jr.. Louis OhN
weiler and William Eckermann for collec
tor, while Jonn Looney 's nomination for
attorney seems to be almost a foregone
Karrew r the nar.
A special meeting of the R ck Island
county bar was held in the county e'erk'a
office 5 oclock Saturday afternoon to
take action relative to the death of E. H.
Johnston, of Port Byron. Judge Wilkin
son presided ard E. E. Parmenter
was elected secretary. Brief addre Sis
eulogistic of the deceased were made by
Judce Wilkinson. Judge Adams and
Messrs. M. M. Sturgeon. W. II. Gest and
E. D. Sweeney, and upon motion Messrs.
Sturgeon. Jackson and Connelly, of this
city and Lewis and Browning of Mo'.ine,
were elected a committee to draft suitable
resolutions to be read at a meeting to be
held in the future at the call of the chair
man There was a generally expressed
desire that the bar attend the funeral in a
body, but this was deemed impossible ow
ing to the fact that there are no Sunday
trains and that roals are in such condi -ditions
as to make it impossible to go
Will of Jehu .Metxxar.
The will of the late John Me tzgar of
Coe was admitted to prolate this morn
ing. It was executed on Nov. 24, 1S88,
ia the presence cf J. W. Simonson and
Hugti McCall who were named as execu
tors of the will. He bequeathes to his
daughter Emma B. Jones $100, he having
given her a note previously for $700,
which shall le her share of the estate.
To his three daughters, Mary Raymond,
Martha Murray and Lucy Williams, he
bequeathes all his household furniture
which shall be divided equally, and
after all debts ard claims against the
estate are paid it shall be divided equally
between the following five children:
David C. Metzar. Mary Raymond,
Martha Murray, Lucy Williams and W.
The 1 lerkM' Cane.
At last Tuesday evening's puMic meet
ing to endorse the clerks' early closing
and Sunday rest movement, the following
resolution was unanimously adopted:
Whereas, Certain clothing, groceries,
boots and shoes and other stores of Rock
Island have been compelling their clerks
to work six to eight hours on Sunday, and
from 12 to 16 hours on week days, there
fore be it
Resolved, That we citizens of Rock
Island in a mass convention assembled,
demand cf the merchants of Rock Island
that they close their places of business on
Sunday and that we most earnestly re
quest them to close their stores at 6 30 p.
m., Saturdays excepted, and that we will
patronize only such stores as will grant
these humane measures.
A Bereaved Family.
Mrs. John Garvin accompanied by her
sister. Miss Ida Ramburger, arrived from
Nauvoo this morning with the remains of
their father. Miles Ramburger who died
Saturday night, only four days after the
death of Mrs. Rcmburger. He was 44
years old and was married at Winnesau.
Ind.. 29 years ago. He leaves 11 chil
dren. The funeral will occur from the
residence of John Garvin, 1320 First
avenue at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning,
Rev. C. E. Taylor officiating.
Tbe members of the Schnell club will
repeat Robert Emmet at Harper's theatre
Friday night for tbe benefit ot the Indus
trial Home association. Tbe popular
satisfaction which attended the first pre
sentation of this patriotic historical
drama.together with the object for which
it is to be again given, should attract a
large house. A particular feature will
be Tim Collins' specialties all new.
The chart for reserved seats will be at
Marshall & Fisher's at 7.30 Wednesday
A few boarders wanted at 806 Nine
Wanted Two experienced dining room
girls at the Harper house.
Toaster esura from two for lc up to 00c
each; all the latest at Krell & Math's.
Electric bells bung and warranted,
3.50. Bells repaired. Address Arocs
Nice bananas, sweet oranges, new dates
and fresh figs, always on hand, at Krell
We always have ice cream, bend in
your order Krell & Math, step in and
have a dish.
net inur small candies for filling .tas
ter eggs from Krell & Math; they have the
regular egg mixture.
THE ARGUS. MONDAY. MAKOrt UO. 1891.
, . .--- ...ui.r jiudu lime nnu
infinite vexation of spirit wo ., be saved
ii eschewing nov tfe.tbe afflicted would
use balvation Oil at once.
THE PBuBTKallNQ SHOCK!
. " ftrU1 fev-.r are not tolo ounrcrHCted l.v
quinine wii I, any .legr.e of e. rtln v. or for anv
l. nirthr.rtirn. Th crn.liciti..n an 1 i.revcn..i,
orJiM sof a tniasmitic tvpo are. hf.werr.
asnio.i pMMis,;,.,,. i.n,. exrlm-c In
owntl,,t th. ro iim,i-e:y more preventive
fli.,y ; tht. ,tsn,t. nu,jk.ine. n,.t.
terg fr!,ma-h Hitters. iht n the m'kaM.N
trnvs nn.l oisong which w. re formeily tbe ooly
reoiivni. menc.f nmovlni; aid niuiripatlnir
ttm-ksof fever ami tjruean.l b:ili..iiitniltunt
hen the i:ra h.s t-en di-plrtnl ty per!o.Ji
ciliy r.t-'jrrliiir wmxyiu. this ipneable re-"tOMtlver.-newathefun.Iof
eneryv. ai..l l D.,t
on'y a positive srx-cifio. but repairs the .Hm .jfe
to the general heal:h inflict, t.y ail fet.ri'e com
V'nihf j.irukinjr of ibe ma'ar al t hiricUr.
For Sal T?rit .
laneous wants inserted one day at lc
per word; three days at Vc per word
and one week at !ic per word.
"Situations wanted' and local -Help"
wants not exceeding three lines in
serted one week in the DAILY ARGUS
AN r ED Second band Fnrniturr. J;U SfC-ocdavtiiot-.
J. W. JoLfn. jin.ir,.
ANTSD Aenodcir! f..r mr-t; etoulre at
Twenty-Crft rreet. -.m
IOKLY FCRMsHtD KOoM ton TtfO
tent emen at h-T Twentieth tret.
ANTED A hotie in gnoil r. -puirf.tr rami'i
r . '' ',"' I'-r'H. without flu ilren: wi.iini
.,. ' "' i'T Miitub.e premises
lrt . a. T. Ak..i oflit-e.
"DIMNESS FOR SAlE-Sui-ahi-for ladi.i. or
AJ;ei,t pnyinc $10 per day for Jl.Xl. ii.eiu.litn:
w. I.T'l ?! L"1M"i -' or il t room ;i,
Uitt: ker b'.uek, ravei port, Iowa
J. M. BEAhDSLEY.
4 TTORNET AT LAW-Office with J. T
J MESON UCKST,
ATTORSETS AT LAW. Office in Rock I.l.nd
Nafona- Back Bui;d;rg. Rnrfc l,Dd. Ill
.. WSKKCT. CLWiula.
TTORXETS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
ilOflce ip Ber.glon rlock. Rock Ulard. HI.
McEMRT & McEMRV,
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan inoLey or cood
II aeciirity, make coi;ectifn. Reference. Mitch
ell A Lynde. titLken Office in Potori)r Mock.
OR SALE EVERY EVENING at Cwnptoc't
vw Stand. Five cent per cop
DRS. RCTHERFORI k HCTLER,
fJRADT-ATEfOFTnE ONTARIO VETERNA
Ury collece. Vetemiiry rhvician and Surgeon.
Office! Tinda'.l LHery tah!e; RendeLCe: Over
Afters Bakery, market pquare.
TKEAM.TKY DEPARTMENT. W.Ht.,.
ton. n. r.. Mauh 5."'.H'l.-eal- proposjils will !?
rec-eive.1. to Ik-opene.1 at ao cl.K k p. m April
: - -o. .uitrii ... ii ul-
atile pmperty. eentrally and fonveni.-ntlv la
ted. lor a sit. for the public building author
ized by net cf fonitress approved iHtnlx-r
24. l!Mo and Wart h 3. IM'l. to lie erected iu Rot k
Island. Illinois. A eirner lot. approximating
l--x feet front by li fe-t in dimensions, is pre
ferred. If not a corner lot. the protwrtv must
approximate iSuleet by l it) feet in Uimensioiis ;
the mi feet to Ik- ntre-t lrcntare. tiich pro
IKisal must 1 made with the un.lerstandinii
and atrreement that, if It is a.vepted, the buil.l
lncs and all improvements on tbe jiropertr are
to lie retained, and removed within ;0 dav
after written notn--. l.y the vendor, and that
all expenses eonnerte.1 with turhishinr evi
detife of title and deeds of eonvevanee are to
be paid by the vendor. Ka. h prxisal must I
aecompnnie.1 by a projier!v drawn diatrram.
rtvinr the metes and tmunds of the proiertv.
and showinir tbe tre ts around the bl.K kin
whifhtheprojK.rty is situated: also Lv a writ
ten statement in regard to the irrades." charac
ter of rrou ml for lounilation. etc The riiibt
to reje.1 any and all proiwi-uls i reserved
Each proKisul must lie sealed, marked "iW
losal for the sa e of pmpertv lor a site for the
public buiidinir in h.M-k Island. Illinois." and
addresMtd and mailed to CHARLEi Klfc-TEK,
icrct:iry of the Treasury, ahintr'on, 1. c
Teaches it ntudent a
traae au then starts
them in railroad nrv.ee.,
bend for cirrn.ars.
13-1 JiKXfVILLI. Wlf.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1st, 1891.
At MISS HASS".
i-uccessor to Miss Petersen, No. 1728 second aveoue, K-a Nlai.d.
Tbe very latest styles in pattern bea.ls. linnet, ribbons, lace and fancy rood
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
A. J. SMITH & SON,
DRAPERY, GRILLE WORK
A. J. SMITH & SON,
125 and 127 Weat Third 8treet, Opp. Maoaic Temple, DAVENPORT.
NOTHING LIKE ITi
Wood U tbicker than water,
wd must I kept pare to
iMure good health.
8wxrT'" Srr.-irir in nt are remedy
for thU put pose
It never to fail elimnate tbe Imptu
tie aad build up the p nerai he J.
Tbr ia only one wift SperlAo,
ad there ia nothing like it.
Be sure and pet tbe penuine.
Treatise on Llood and Skin Dtaeaa
The Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, G
BEST AND CHEAPEST
lThef.tily Taint House in tbe city.
H. M. WALL
GET YODR PICTURES
Over Americai Express nffi,
- ..... " m av uni rtuit-fVl. A. MI1U
CITY-TOWNSHIP ELECTION N01ICE.
Notice 1 hereby piven that on Tu,- iv th
seventh da of April. lni. m theritvcif Km k
Island, an election wj,l t held lor the lo'Uiw
One Mayor for two vears.
C'neCity f ierk fort'wo vear.
ue City Attorney tortw.. veats.
tne Alderman in the Firt wani tor two v. ar.
One Alderman iu the tecoti.1 Ward lor two
One Alderman In tbe Third Ward for two
One Alderman in tbe Fourth Ward for two
One Alderman in tbe Fifth Ward for two
one Alderman in tbe fixth Ward f.r two
one Alderman in tbe Sevenh Ward for two
Twa Assistant Supervisors f. r twa -ar'.
One As..srf r one year.
'ne Collector f.irone't.-ar.
W hi. h el-cti.n will Woj a at o'clock in the
morniiiir and continue oj-n until :c tk in
the aftcmNin of that .lav.
Keristerinjf and votm'ir will l d-ce at tbe
usual voting p.ai-cs tn each ward
. . r'y Town C erk.
Tated March U ltl.
WM. 0. KULP.D, D.S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Room S4.t7.3s aLd j.
"Tate K'.eTaior. DAVENPORT. IA.
M e 1 NTIRE
We want yon to e the best corsets
for the money In this vicinity.
Oar "Mayfiower" at 50c- Satteens
Our "No. 1 00--a satteen stripe cor
set in black only at 75 cents, cannot be
Two new numbers in hi gh t ust.
Rock Island. Illinois.
Three Times as
A acyotier usi'.tt
CLEMANN & SALZMAHfJ,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Ncs 124, 123 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
INCORPORATED CltDKR TES TBS iTATB LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL., 0
Open dally from f a. m. to 4 p. ax, aa4 S.arday mixt ttom "lot otlKi,
Five per cent interest paid on Deposits. Moner loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
I. r. RITSOLDS. Trm. T C. DIXEMAXS. Tie Tr. i. M. BCTORD, CXi.
F. L Mitchell. S P. Rrraolda. F. C. Drcksae!. John Crsbatrfc. C. T. Lra4.
t' Eeaner. L. ftax-'B. B. ay. Horrt. i. Jt. bxlurC
Jacaaoa Urarr. fcoitcora.
rw-Will wr.a bn.in a. lWO. and wia occay batkltc mom wlia m:x1 A trade
bliU aew bask i cravlctrd.
f uccor to
The Adams Furnishing House,
No. 3-t Bra.Jy n-M Catf-titrt. j
at t pecil!j low prices.
On other lisea of coreta we are es
pecialJy strong. AH the belt cta&d&ra
makes ia stock.
Special Ta'ues this week In other
New spring dress goods.
Immense assortment of black wash
The choicert things go early.
Large a Stock of
crb:.tanot In'.bt f.'.j.
is resered for