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TOB ABQUB, WEDNESDAY, FEliRUAKY II, 189 Z
L fa. method and results tvLen
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rT"t T'ronspLly on the Kidneys,
;' jJ l'crols cleanses the sys
cj.0..!:i'.!v, dispels colds, head-
'.r.,1 fivers and cures habitual
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, reniC'lv of' its kind ever pro-
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Lr not have it on hand will prc-
f-e it promptly for any one who
lie? lo try it. jjo not accept any
UUFORMA FIG SYRUP CO.
Si'i tHAWlSCO, CAL.
T. B. KE1DY.
.r -r." mMri;e porerty on fomnii!-?-V,Vr.l
i m;p :!'iirt'i s for tnve.-tors. Some
In- fir pf-i.. ueM'ili: cemfortabte
. r,-a- ii.i'i.f i-r ''ecu ai d .oi.!,inn- to suit
Fire Insurance a Specialty.
IS03 Second Avenue, over
HoDpe's Tailor Shop.
Ijbscriba fcr Stock
la tli Second ppries of the
tom? Dnildinir atirl Loan A ess o
utiuii, of Kock Island.
A safV-r and better investment
:an Oovt-rr.nient Bonds, be-
hu thn loans r.re made only
troRcsrabjislifd values and it
bysmrTe than three times as
ruck interest besides the
txonnt invited and theprolite
M w.iiHlriiwn at any time.
Ploii-y loaned at lowest rats.
I.'. A. IiON'AI.DsrOX, Stcretury.
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Best Line cf
CARPETS AND FURNITURE
A-'! !he !r;t ami bttt line of
IN THE TilREK CYTIE3.
G. O. HTJCKSTAEDT,
1809 and 1811 Second Ave.
O. M. LOOSLKY,
C-v.Co-y, n;,, rhina nnd Tab,e cm)err
1WIS erosi. ATI.,
THE NEW LAW.
More About Elections ia Illinois
flow the Heeretary of State I'on-
tinrg (be Australian Law
Adopted by Onr Legll&.
tore Sune I'ravUlcna.
In response to ioquiries S ;cretary f
State Pearson, of Illinois, hac heretofore
held that the new election
liw applies to annual tawn elec
tions "It bow appears," he says,
however, "that the annual town meeting,
heretofore held under the general elic
tion law, except in townships co-extensive
with cities, towns and villages, are j
not regular elections, and therefore the !
AuMralitin election law does not apply to
the annual town meetings except in those
cities and towns whose terr.torj Is co
extensive with the township, and in
which registration nnder the general law
is required." When as-ked as ;o his views
on the subj'Ct yesterday, that is so far as
pertains to the calling of elections. City
Clerk Koebler stated that in his opinion
the law applied to every elec.ion held in
the state, no matter whether in city, town
or country precinct.
The Akgcs has said heretofore that it
would be necessary to hold the nomina
ting conventions at least 30 . days before
the election for city officer). The first
section of the general law provides "that
in all elections hereafter to bo held in this
state for public officers, except for trus
tees of schools, school directors, members
of boards of education, officers of road
districts in counties net nnder township
organization, the voting shall be by bals
lots printed and distribute! ht public ex
pense as provided and no other ballots
Bball be used." But it is nectiou seven
which applies more particular to the
question in hand, and to it tbe attention
of The Arocs has been directed by
numerous of its friends in tt e country in
view of the possible error made as to the
30 day requirement, and for the informa
tion of its readers the scctio is herewith
printed in full:
Certificates of nomination and nom
ination papers for the ncmination of
candidates for office to bj filled by the
electors of the entire state, or any divi
sion or district greater than a county,
shall be filed with the secretary of state
at least 30 days previous to the day of
election for which the f andidates are
nominated. All other cerli icates for the
nomination of candidates shall be filed
with the county clrk of ihe respective
counties at least 30 days previous to the
day of tuch election: Provided, that
ctrtiDcates of nomination and nomina
tion papers for the nomina ion of candi
dates for the offices in cUies, villages and
incorporated towns and f( r town offices
in counties under township organizilion
shall be filed wilh the clerk of the towns
chief, villaees and incorporated towns at
least 15 days previous o tl e day of such
According to the lattc r provision of
this section it appears thit nomination
p pers may be filed with tUe respective
clerks of the same, fcr city, villege ard
ncorpiratid town offlceB 15 days before
election. This opinion is sustained by
City Attorney Hass and other attorneys
whom Tdk Anous has inte rviewed. So
that under this view of the law politicians
will have more time to prepare their
elates than under the picvious under
standing, W. C T. V.
At the meeting of the W C, T. U. held
yesterday afternoon at the Y. M. C. A.
building it was decided to appoint, two
ladies from each church to raise money to
defray the expenses of ti e temperance
treeiing to be held by Mr. Wooly which
besins Feb. 21. The following ladies
from their respective churches were ap
pointed: Broadway, Mrs. W. B. Fergu
son and Mrs. C. C. Mclntire; Methodist,
Mrs. C. B. Kinyon and Mr3. Bartb; Cen
tral Presbyterian, Mrs. II. D. Foisom and
Mifs Sallie Johnson; Christian, Mrs. J.
F. Myers and Mrs. T. W. Grafton; Bap
tist. Mrs. S. J. Woodm and Mrs. Pollard;
United Presbyterian, Mrs J. D. Warnock
acd Miss Belle Cooke.
The officers of the society are as fol
President Mrs. J. D. Taylor.
Vi Presidents Mrs. J. M vers. Mrs.
W. B. Ferguson and Mrs O. H. Creel.
Recording Stcretary fl rs. 1. w.ijrai-
Corresponding Secretary Mrs. W. S.
Treasurer Mrs. JD. Jamerson.
The t'alvt rlty Ansoeiatloa'a Prime.
For the sum of S20.00C the Augustana
University association lias in the Hull
tract become possessed of some ef the
finest property in the city. It consists of
about 12 acres, situated almost between
the Twin cities, and including the resi
dences of H. P. Hull an.l Manager Jes
person, of the college. In making the
terms with the association, Mr. Hull has
practically donated f 5. J00 to the pur
chasers, the two bouses tit the least cal
culation being worth f 10,000. The op
tion of the land was $10C and $5,600 ad
ditional was paid the day the option ex
pired leaving $20,000 in deferred pay
ments. The younger man and students
in the college have asst rued the respon
sibility of raising this money and they
will, in doing so, make a monument to
"Listed." as the brokers say. at "100
Doses One Dollar." Hood's Sarsaparilla
Is always a fair equivalent for the price.
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AliULil THE DEI UTS.
NrwaX'otes Plrked Vp Anions: tte
9Ien Who Ride Itehind the I re a
The Conre'd Opera company came in
on a special car over the R. I. & P. yes
terday. Superintendent n. B." Sudlow, of the
R. 1. & P. was in Peoria on business yes
terday. Switchman James Leonard, of the R.
I. & P., is at work again aftet several
days' confinement with the grip.
Conductor Ed Dee, of the C, R. I. &
P., is running the construction train dur
ing the absence of Conductor Grant. .
John Grimes, of the tl. I. & P. switch
crew, has been given a better position in
Peoria, and will go at once to accept it.
The C, B. & Q ii building a new
blacksmith shop on First avenue and Fif
teenth street where the old one formerly
Clay Darrab, who pounds brass nights
at the C, M, & St. P. depot, is back at
his post again after several days wrestling
with the grip.
The large wood ebed east of the C, R.
I. & P. round house is being torn down
to make room for another track in the
yards. Freight business on the C, R. I.
& P. is booming.
On the 1st of last September the Bur
lington people s?t aside a big fund for the
purpose of building new cars and equip
ping the lines. Contracts for new passen
ger coaches were let among other con
tracts and they are now being turned out
a? fast as possible.
William Miller, a laborer on the C, R.
I. & P. construction train, was injured by
a clay bank caviBg in on him at the clay
pit near Carbon Cliff Monday afternoon,
lie was brought to Davenport and given
medical attendance, and it is not yet
known just how serious bis injuries may
A car belonging to the Northern Pan
cific containing $25,000 worth of speci
mens of the products of the state of Ore
gon will be at the C, M. & St. P. depot
on Feb. 5, and be open to visitors from
1:30 to 5 in the afternoon and 6:30 to
9:30 in the evening. It is lighted by
electricity from its own plant and is called
' Oregon on Wheels."
Several more wrecks of passenger
trains caused by broken rails were re
ported during the last week or; the
Union Pacific near Umatilla, Ore., two
men being killed; on the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain & Southern near De Sota, Mo.,
three cars tumid over and 12 persons
slightly injured, and on the C, St. P
M. &0. road near St. Paul, the entire
train going into the ditch, but only one
ptssenger being seriously injured. These
roads are all maintained and manaced
with the greatest skill and care, says the
Railway Age, and the accidents clearly
resulted from no negligence or fault of
the management, but from defects in the
rails, the existence of which could not be
The Rock Island union depot project
is not looking as bright as it did, and
those who have been promoters of the
great enterprise are feeling anything but
hopeful. When in Chicago the other
day Fred Hass had a talk with President
Cable of the Rock Island road on the
subject, and he stated that his company
need not be expected to furnish any en
couragement for such an undertaking.
This being the case it might be a good
idea to abandon the plan to locate it any
where where the Rock Island road
would achievo a benefit, but somewhere
further down town than the site hereto
fore considered, in a location equally ad
vantages to the other Hues of railroads.
Tri t itj I, idi to AiJ in a olilf
There was a meeting of ladies of the
tri-cities at the residence of Mrs. Henry
Curtis this morning to consider a ball to
raise funds for the aid of the Russian re
lief work. It was decided to give a
grand leap year ball at the Harper Feb.
Fail to do Our Duty.
Everybody has at times failed to do
their duty toward themselves. Hun
dreds of lady readers suffer from sick
headache, nervousness, sleeplesness and
female troubles. Let them follow the
example of Mrs. H. Herbechter, Stevens
Point. Wis., who for five years suffered
greatly from nervous prostration and
sleeplessness, tried physicians and differ
ent medicines without success. But one
bottle of Dr. Miles' Nervine caused sound
sleep every night and she is feeling like a
new person. Mrs. Elizabeth Wheeler,
Laramie City, Wyoming, who tried all
other remedies, declares that after three
weeks' use of the Nervine for headache,
nervous prostration, etc., she was en
tirely relieved. Sold by Hartz & Babn
sen. Trial bottle free.
To Young Kotharr.
who are for tqe first time to undergo
woman's severest trial, we offer yon, not
the stupor caused by chloroform, with
rick of death for yourself or your dearly
loved and longed-for offspring, but
"Mother's Friend, a remedy weich will,
if used as directed, invariably alleviate
the pains, horrors and risks of labor, and
often entirely do away with them.. Sold
by Hartz & Babnsen.
Salvation Oil "holds the fort" and it
will continue to do so in spite of all com
petition. It is the standard I'.niment for
"Every tub should stand on its own
bottom." That is where Krauae's Ger
man 0.1 stands. It makes no compar
isons with other preparations of a sim
ilar naturfi, but broadly claims as an ex
ternal application it has no f uperior.
For sale by all druggists. Hartz & Bihn
sen, wholesale agen's.
Every lady with a lace handkercnief
desires to have a cold. Still Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup conquers that cold eyery
J. E. Montrose, Mana
FRIDAY, FED. 5.
A LAUGHING- EVENT!
Tte Popular Eccentric Comidla-i,
In his Mu-lcat Pantomime Comedy,
A Pair of Kids.
The Langhirj? La Grippe
and Contagions Influenza of Fan!
Scvcn'h eea-ion of snccess of this funniest
Prices 2.". 51 and 7.V-. Regorved seats on fa'c
at Harper house pharmacy Feb. 3.
Burtis Opera House,
Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 8-9.
Clrand Fa ry Spectacular,
A play to pleHM thi- ladiee and children.
Price SI TS, 50 and 3". Seats on sa'e Friday
at 8 o'clock at Fluke's. Telephone So. 20.
Ilcrkt L Flint.
Hie Most Powerful
of t lie ace, creating sore fan than any
Minstrel, Circus or Comedy Co.
An entertainment for In ;ie and children.
On Friday evening. Feb .1, laiiie will l c ad
mitted FREE, nhen aompatiird l,y a j-nid re
Iricis a-?d :(." cent-
New York Symphony Club.
Mile. Enrictantta E lica. Primi Dcnna Soprano ;
Miiia A?ne Klnriun. Dramatic Contralto II.
Cornelin. Clarinet So'nist: Chaw V. lln-i.inj
Violin Virtu. in, and Kudulph von Scarpa, Piano
This brilliant or; nnizatlon will jrivc one of their
Grand Concerts in this city at the
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH,
. Friday Evanirg, Tel. 5.
to select 'rom. Why pay 40 cents
to (I 0t for which yon can J
get for ID cents at
C. C. TAYLOR,
1717 Second Avenue.
ON MONDAY, FEB. 1
We move our cloak and shawl department, our blanket and bed com
fort department and our curtain department to our elegant new sec
ond floor just now completed. To properly Inaugurate the event and
to thoroughly advertise the change, we shall name a lot of
which wiU cause a gTand stampede into this new and magnificent'
In this department we expect to fully
establish Its new location by selling a
lot Of ladies' and misl:' fltnmarlrnl.
at less than one-quarter value-
4 year old size at 47c each-
6 62c "
8 - 77c "
10 " " 92c "
Fortv ladies' newmarkpts Tint- thic
season's coods were $10 tr StiR nil
go at $2.50 apiece.
i niriy-suc newmarKets at $4.25 each,
were three, four and five times moro.
All this season's newmarkets at just
one-half of marked price. Still farther
cuts on all jackets for this great clear,
We begin to take stock, and in order to reduce
it we will this week make BIG CUTS.
From all purchases of $1 and
over we will deduct
Come now and eave money.
1703 and 170." Second avenue.
We predict the universal use of
Dr. McKann's Celebrated Cough Syrup
for "La Grippe," all coughs, colds, croup, and
all affections of the throat, Jungs 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 2c per bottle by
T. H. THOMAS,
We cannot reach all, but hope to reach you by this
If you are hungry give us a call at 1611 Second avenue,
next door east of Loosley's crockery store.
A fresh line of tobacco and cigars always on hand
V. M. BLADING'S
ADDITION . .
Head of Twenty-fifth Street
- BETWEEN -
Thirteenth and Fifteenth Avenues.
A Rare face For
Eligible. Desirable and Cheap.
Only One Mile from the City Postoffice.
Easy Terms and Long Time.
ISIPEn quire at the Rock Island Savings Bank.
J. IYI. BUFORD.
We shall institute a clearing sale of
bed blankets and comfort3 in our new
room, which for cheapness 'and
superior values, has not been equalled
in this section.
Forty-five white bed blankets-wilt
clear them out at 57 cents a pair-
A few pairs of grey blankets at the
Twenty pairs of pure wool, hand
some light grey sanitary bed blankets
worth $4.50, will close at $2 08 per
All blankets marked down to close.
Three bales bed comforts on Monday
and while they last, at 36 cents a piece
First come first served.
11720, 1722 and 1734 Rkcono Avknck.
In this department we will discount jour pur
Bibles 10 per cent
Albums 25 per cvnt
Stationery , 20 per cent
Blank Books 15 oer cent
Juveniles 10 per cent
Etching,, Engravincs .. 3:Hp''fcerjt
Picture Frames, Cabinet . . .89 per cent
Picture Frames, to order. 10 per cent
Telephone No. 1216
Bargains in City Lots.
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