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,i Kk'-ir, nnd cures liaVitual
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rrcn ! i i.rs is lor Palo in Due
gl' bttlti.s by all leading dni
i Any reliablo druggist who
n"t have it on Land will pro-
t it promptly fur any one who
se to trv it. Do cot accept any
MIFCRMA FIG SYRUP CO.
T. B. REirY.
THE NEW LAW.
xiUUD, I iJJLtXJJAX, JA-NUAitY 29. 1892
HILL FOUND GDILTY.
I1ILL FOUND GUILTY. T tji,,,.... t. i 1
How to Vote in Illinois In the Future.
Whm Nomination.) SI not bp Matte
ami What Tirkttn Hone Will
be Itrrnsnixert at the I'oll-.
- - a rr-n.lL s T'ni erty on rommis-
t.) i. , i rii'ii't for investing. Soire
. . i - ' de-iri! ; comfortable
i : i- -r.cv ci.il lei Time to suit
JE03 Second Avenua, over
HoDpe's Tailor Shop.
ubscribe for Stock
In t!:-' Second series of the
m liu'lding and Loan Asso
."i in. of liK-k Island.
A ?uf.-r better investment
lau t'wrrmiei;t Bonds, be
lli?-tue-Joans ate made onlv
t oi. established values and it
.vj&Miv than three times as
'it interest besides the
K'Mr invested and thettrolits
La ' Withdrawn .it htw Mmo
ry loaned at lowest rates.
I- A l'ONAI.DSON, Secretary.
': "I -.' ;. 4. 5 anil c Majonic TrmDle,
' Why pay iO ffn':
'' f-r whii'h itu can
C. C. TAYLOR,
ond Avt iiuo.
r ', ( h ni and Table Cutler?
Illinois' new election law will be io
force for the first time in Rock Inland in
ttiecominfc spring clmion,- and already
iiquiry Las been made a, to liow nomi
nations must be made in :ompliacee with
in provu-ions. A few of the more impor
tint sections of the law -eproduced bo
ltw and numbered as in the law w:!l
throw lihi on the subject:
Sec. 4. Any convention of deli jiti-s,
caucus or meeting represi titintr a political
party which at the gencr d election mxt
preceding ptillod at least two (2) per cent
of the entire vote cafct iu the state, or in
the electoral district or tiivision thereof,
or the municipality for wl ich the nomina
tion i made, may for the ! ta'e, or for the
electoral district or division thereof or
municipality for which the convention,
caucus or meeting is held, as the case may
be, by causing a certilicau of nomination
to be duly tiled, make o.ie such nomina
tion for each ofllcc therein to be failed at
the election. Every such certificate of
nomination shall state cut h facts as are re
quired in section six (G) i.f this act, and
snail be signed by the presiding ofHcer and
by tbe secretary of the cot.vention, caucus
or meeting, who shall add to their signa
tures their places of residt nee. Such cer
tificates shall be sworn to by them to be
true to the best of their knowledge and
belief, and a certificate i.f the oath shall
be annexed to the certificate of nomina-.
Sec. 5. Nomina' ions of candidates for
any office to be filled by the voters of the
state at large may also be r mde by nomin a
tion papers, sinqed in tfce agreiate for
each candidate by not less than one thou
sand (1,000) qualified voters of the sta'e.
Nomination of candidates for office
within any district or political division
less than the state and in all cities hav
ing a population in excess of 5,000 may
ba made bv nomination papers
signed in the Besreate for each
candidate by qualified voters of
such district or political division not less
tban one for each 50 prisons who voted
' at the next preredicc ceieral election in
such district or division, but in no ewe ny
less than 2.". In election -i to be held in a
town, village, precinct or ward, and all
jci'ifs with a population cot exceeding 5,-
000, the signature of voters thereof
cquaMnc 5 per cent of the vote cast there
in at tbe last preceding ( lection 8hill be
sufficient for the nomination of a candi
dite who is to be voted fur only iu such
town, village precinct or ward or city.
E:ich voter signing a no-nination paper
shall hdil to his signaiu-e his place of
residence, aril each voter may subscribe
to one nomination for each office to be
fillid and no more: Pnvided that the
name rt any candidate wiiose mime may
appear iu any other place upon the ballot
shall net be so added by petition for the
Sec. 0 All certif eates of nomination
oriomination papers sh ill. besides con
taining the names of candidates, specify
as to curb :
1 . Tae office to which he is nomina
ted. 2. The party or pol.tical princip'e
which be represents, expressed in not
mire tb n five words.
3. His t.lace of residence, wiih the
s'reet and number then of, if any. In
the case of electors for president and
vice-president of the United States, the
names of the candidate for president
and vicepresidcnt may be added to tbe
party or political appelati on.
Sec. 7 Certificates of nomination and
nomination papers for the nomination of
candidates for office to be filled by tbe
electors of the entire, stf.te, or any divi
sion or district greater than a county,
shall be filed with the secretary of state
at least 30 days previous to tbe day of
election for which the candidates are
nominated. All other certificates for the
nomination of candidates Khali be filed
with the county clrrk o " the respective
counties at least 30 days previous to the
day of such election: Provided, that
certificates of nomination and nomina
tion papers for the nomir ation of candi
dates for the offices in citi is, villages and
incorporated town9 and tor town offires
in counties under townst ip orgauizi'ion
shall be filed with the clerics of the towns
cities, villaoes and incoroorated towns at
least 15 diys previous to the day of such
Sec. 8. Any person whose name has
been presented as a candi lite may cause
his name to be withdrawt from nomina
tion by his request in writing signed by
him and acknowledged b jfore an officer
qualified to take acknowledgment of
deeds, and filed with the secretary of
sta not less than fifteen (15) days or
with the proper clerk not less than eight
(8) days previous to the day of election,
and no name so withdrawi shall be prin
ted upon tbe ballots. All certificates of
nomination and nominatim papers, when
filed, shall be open, under tbe proper
regulation, to public insicction, and the
secretary of state and th i several clerks
having charge of nomination papers shall
preserve the same in their reppective offi
ces not less than six mont is.
Tbe last general election held in Rock
Island was that of April. 1801 , and the
coming election will probably be held
April 5. Hence the notiinations must
be made by March 5, at least 30 days be
fore the election, but, however, provision
is made in the law that if anyone nomi
nate tl shall die or decline before the elec
tion, the vacsbC? may he filled by the
persons or party makiig the original
nomination, or by any mc thod that those
making it had provided for the filling of
Snap judgment in putting up tickets is
thoroughly provided against in the law.
The 30 day provision wi l compel early
nominations, allow a fu'l discussion of
the merits and demerits of the cindidates
and keep personal matters out of tho
What is more attractive than a pretty
facewith a fresh, bright complexion T For
it, use Pozioni's Powder.
The Jury in the fane Keiarnrd a
Verdict Thi Morning Klndinc llim
Untlty a (haw.
The jury in the case of WoodB. Hill,
charged with mayhem, after being out 1C
hours, returned a verdict of guilty this
morning. Tbe case went to the jury at 6
o'clock last evening, and a verdict was
agreed upon at 10 o'clock this morning.
The court-room wfs crowded with specta
tors waiting for the verdict, which was
received by the prisoner in a rather indif
ferent manner. His wife, however, was
visibly affected, and much sympathy is
ex pressed for her and her children .
The jury not fixing Hills punishment,
the matter lies in the hands t f the court,
who will probably not pronouressentenee
until next week. In the meantime Hill is
allowed out on his former bond, pending
the arguing of a motion for a new trial,
which Vk ill probably come up early next
S.ti truck Sinapv.
Division Superintendent C. L Eaing,
of the U.. It. I. & P., was in the city
yesterday on business.
bury Lyons, exj iS9 mefseriger and
baggageman on the C . M. & St. P., is
laying off, and Brakeman Peter O'Brien
is tumbling trunks during his absence.
The Rock Island extension in Texas
will be begun in the spring from Minco,
I. T., and will be built 1S7 miles to a
connection with Texas roads at a poiU
which is yet kept secret.
President It. R. Cable, cf the C, R,
I & P., in his special car 300, passed
through the city on his way west yester
day in company with a number of other
prominent railroad officials.
Clay Darrah. who holds down the
nigbt trick at the C, M. & St. P. depot,
is laid up with neuralgia, and W. M.
Sumtnerfield, the good-natured day oper
ator, is holding the cushion in place at
night during his absence.
Of the 30.000 locomotives in the Uni
ted States, 10.000 haul freight. If re
duced to one mile, there were f 76 000,
000,000 carried in the United States,
which is an average of 1.270 tons of
freigh carried one mile per head of pop
ulation. The Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
railroad company is building at ils .Mik
waukee shops two tew engines h:ch
promise a revolution in locomotive build
ing. The new engines consume their
own smoke and have do smeke slack.
They are fitted up with sn ehctrical
headlight, w hich is placed on a stand im
mediately in front of the boiler, thus
giving the engineer an unobstructed view
of the iice ahead. The drive wheels are
larger than on the ordinary locomotive
ana intended for greater speed . The
new engines are particularly designed to
furnish power for lighting passenger
trains with electricity and for furnishing
ieaten and IEaiiii-iril.
A large crowd witne:sed last evening's
return game of ball at tbe armory be
tween the Co. B nine of Davenport and
a team from the Rodman Rifles of Rock
Island. The game, a hotly contested
one, was exciting from start to finish.
The players and tneir positions were.
OIEE HT IXMNUfl.
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. . . terninin
. . Crcceliiis
After the close of the game the visiting
nine was banqueted by the Company T5
boys and the best of feeling prevailed.
Why is Cubtb Cough Cure ca'led the
one minute remedy? The following
from Harry Elliott, vice-president of
State Insurance company. Des Moines,
explains bis first experience: His wife
recently became so hoarse from a severe
cold she could not sneak above a whis
per. One dose (if the Cubeb Cough
Cure afforded great relief, and a few
doges rf moved the hoarseness entirely.
Me also says his children have never been
so free from cout'lis and colds as tbey
have been since he keeps Cubeb Cough
Cure in 'he house. Ilarlz & Buhnsen.
Hot Springs Skin Soap not only pre
vents ail skin disorders, but is excellent
for the toilet and nursery.
Bradfield's Female Regulator
has won, on merit alone, a widespread
and enduring reputation. It is a com
bination of vegetable agents, the ref uit
of the experionce of one who made the
diseases of women a life-Jong study.
Taken according to directions the organs
awake to new life and energy, leaving
the woman free from pain at these per
iods. Sold by Hartz & Bahnsen.
Th Eiffel Tower or To'nct Articles.
316,574 bottles B'usb of Roses sold in
1890. You know I conld not have sold
so much if Blush of Roses was not as
represented, a sure cure for pimples,
freckles and blackheads. In 1893 I pre
diet it will be sold by every druggist, and
used by ever lady and gentleman in the
United States. T. H. Thomas will bud-,
ply you at 75 cents per bottle.
For beauty, for comfort, for improve
ment of the complexion, use oi.ly Poz
zoni's Powder; there is nothing equal to
I have med Dr. Bull's Cough S?rnn
Bincc 1872 and consider it the best couh
medicine I ever tried. Jonx Woi.
For scrofula in every form Hood's
sarsaparilla is a radical, reliable cure. I'
has an unequalled record of cures.
mj Oaaehter'a life
Was saved by Hood's Sapanl," says
Mr. Ji. ii. Jones, of Alna, Maine. "Sbe
had seven running sorts in different
places on her body, but on giving her
iiuuu. oarsaparuia mere w8 a marked
improvement and now she is well, strong
Hood's Pills cure Constipation bv re
storing the peristaltic action of the ali
mentary canal. They are the best fam
Pozzoni's Complexion Powder pro
Jnces a soft and beautiful skin; it com
bines every element of beauty nd oiirijy
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
FRIDAY, FEB. 5.
A LAUGHING EVENT!
Tie Popular Eectntiic form dim,
in lii Mimical Pantomime Comedy,
A Pair of Kids.
The Lauhirs La f.rippe
and Contagions Influenza of K in !
TTIP T ATrOT1 SONGS, T1ANOE-.
llllj llAlijvil BALLADS, FAU .
S.:ven'h season of success of this funniest
of plij s.
Price 35, fit and 75c. Reserved seats on .le
at Harper house pliarma-y Feb. 3.
B iirtis Opera House,
TUESDAY, FEB. 2.
In MMIecrer's Comedy-Opera.
Siin- for 2.VI nights at
the New York
Prices fl. Mi. 51. 7S. r,ci srii
Saturday, Jan .iu at Fluke'.
SraTs on ftlo
'I clephone -No. HO.
THK DAILY AUG d livi red at vour door
every eveninc for liVJc per week.
ANTED Hoarders at 8;i6 Nineteenth street.
lor a full line or
A lew eood sale-men to take orders
fruit a'lii orliilmenral trees.
small Iruils. ro.es, shrubs ere. o experience
ueces-arv. Reference required Good iAY.
AdureH. P. FKtSMA A CO., liocnEsTtB,
Wavted-(;exerl s'atk a-ent to
open headquarter.: in some prnrlflinl citv, as
sume exciuMve control of our buin. -s and np
point local and sub-auunts in evi ry cit t in this
State; (mods. In un'wrsil demand, niel ay a net
profit of Mi to liitl per cent. THE 1'MnX L'OM
rAXY, 7U Uroadw y. New Vork.
erywher" for ' SHFTP'S
A ctive worker
XXPHOT' GKAHI of the worn. ": produced
at an outlay of glOO.OOO; trenu ii.Ioiib .cee-s; Mr.
J. M. Maxs-hvi, Dexie-, luil, c nred $:(i3 In 4
days; Kev H nrv'isher, i'luinfii-1 , M,.s., flN7
in C leurs; Mfr H. II e arns, Garfield. Peun ,
fH in thirty minutes The trtea est book on
earth. Mammoth illustraud cireii'ars and terms
free. Rooks on credit. Freight pod. Ueauiiful
outfit only gt. Address. Globe Ititile Publishing
Co . 'of. Chestnut slrcet, Phil .delphia. Pa.
.VjJEgTKayj?tgy-Sg&te.'gir it .lWlrTTgBOBp
Best Line cf
CARPETS AND FURNITURE
And the largest and best line of
N TOE THREE CITIES.
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT,
1809 and 1811 Second Ave.
Jotice of Dissolution.
The co-partnership here'ofote existing be
tween J. B. rax. M O. Rice and H. Leveen under
the firm imme of J. B. bai & Co., has this day
been dissolved by mutual consent .
Tbe business will be continued by J. B Sax
and M. C. Rice under the firm name of Sax A
Rice, who will take charge of all assets ana as
sume all debts anfl liabilities ef said late firm, and
have the right to collect and receipt for all bills
Rock Island. J;n. IS, 1-92.
J B. EAX.
M. C. SICK.
Xstatc of Herman Buntenbuch. deceased.
The nndermipned having been appointed execn
trlx of the last will and testament of Herman
Bnntenbach. late of the county of Rock Is and.
state ol Illinois, deceased, hereby nvrs n 'tier
that sie will appear before tbe county court of
Rock Island county, at the oXce of the dura of
said courMn he citr of Rock Island, at the
April term, on the first Monday in April next,
at which time all persons h ivine clain.s airainst
said estate are notified and requested to attend
for the purpose of having the same ad justed. AU
persons indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment to the undrsivned.
Dated this -Nth iUt of Jannarv. A. 1). 18ft.
. GKRTKUDE BCNTENBACH, Executtlx.
JAHNS & BERTELSEN,
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Tinware And Hgusk Furnishino Goods
1612 second avenue.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL'
We begin to take stock, and in order to reduce
it we will tin's week make
Fair Store.! Art Store.
From all pnrchas es of $1 and
over we will deduct
In this department we w ill discount
Per Cent. j
Come now and save monev.
Bi l 10 per cent
Albums 25 percent
Stationery 20 per cent
Blank Books 15 oer cent
Ir.veniles '.0 per cent
Etcbines, Ensravirps .. 32H per tent
Picture Frames, Cabinet ..25 percent
Pietnrc Frames, to ord-r. 10 per cent
GEORGE II. KINGSBURY.
1703 and lTCi Second avenue.' Telephone No. 1216
We predict the universal use of
Dr. McKann's Gelebrateil Coih Syrnp
for "La Crippe," all coughs, colds, croup, and
all affections of the throat, lungs and bron
Its sale has more than doubled each year since
its introduction, and the year 1891 stands out
as the banner year of its existence.
.Made and sold at 10c and 25c per bottle by
T. H. THOMAS,
For CHOICE MEATS Go tc . .
H, Treman & Sons,
All telephone orders promptly filled. Telephone Ne. 1103. 1700 Third Atc
SEIVER3 & ANDEBSON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
AU Kiads .ot Caxjenter "Work Dore.
General Jobbing dote on short notice and satisfaction LjuaraGteed.
Office avad Shon 1412 Fonrtli ATeztne. ROCK ISLAF2,'