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M AUGFUB. MOKDAY. 1 A i C 1 1, IHDi!
4 the method and result3 when
of F'-'- i3 tal;en; it; is P,easant
-J refreliir 1,7 thc 'a9,e' act3
yet promptly on the Kidneys,
rer ami Borels, cleanses tbe eys-
"a e31fti::il!y, tlisprU colds, bead-
hes ami levers ami cure-B oaDitnai
agnation. frvn;p of Figs ia the
V remf dy of it kind ever pro-
-..l Tit I i ; p MllltH lit IMlfllillli JU
t;,l Inilr beneficial in its
ft3, prepared only from the most
althj" a'11' arecanio tsuusumces, 113
fly exeellnit qualities commend it
jll and have niauc it tne most
-..lor rrmeih- known.
c,m rS Fi"- is for Bale !n 50c
fcl'Jl bottles by all leading drug-
1i Any reliable uruggist who
:iy not have it on hand will pro-
re it promptly ior any one wno
to trv it. iJo not accept any
MUF0RM FIG SYRUP CO.
5 ?H4t-MCG. C4L.
J. E. R.-.1DV.
T. B. IiEIDY.
READY FOR THE FRAY.
The Democratic Aldertnanic Nonii.
3:. r..i r-sni" pnn my mi rotnniiMt
; SjVi..i 1 ; i"r: t i-- for nivffion. ume
.tfrnr.-i.n- I- r i.rt:fs it-iriiLr Ci nifcntaltle
:tM:rr.. i!i.rT.t'i hmI Nt t: 1inu-10 suit
Firs Instance a Specialty.
1503 Second Avenue, upstairs,,
Subscribe lor Stock
In tliH t-coi.il series of the
om- Building and Loan Asso-
iation, of kucfc Island.
A safVr and better investment
liian Government Bonds, be-
Mase the Joans are made only
bon established values and it
bygiuore than ihiee limes as
uch intereet beeides the
fcmomit mveMt-d and the profits
Mil iih wiwMiraivn at any time.
wiir.v loanea at lowest rates.
K. A. DONALDSON, Secretary,
-r. I-:... ::, ::. 4. 5 ami Slavonic Temple,
Best Line cf
-ARFET3 AKD FURNITURE
u i.:t.'..: :n; !,,., 1;,K. f
' " in: TiiiiFi: cities.
g. 0. nnnTrsT A-p-nrp
1809 and 1811 Second Ae.
are beginning to iind!
, '1 tli:i; J'orad chamber sets
ri,f cost more tlmn nlnin
1 iiav good sets, tither of
'"I'lcrs. twelve pieces inclad-
if,ul' jar.for UXQ; without
JS-.oT). Of ronr.sp T liriT!
fliers more 1nrrV,iTT i j
0!a costing very much more.
JUt fbeap sets are good.
4r .vu interested in spoons?
(i. M. LOOBLEY.
l-. ' lD' nliery,
lv Second avenue.
Matin-Amy XIKhl' Caurncea In he
Various Wavm-The lrl.
Bates to the City Towntiliip
l eovrnt ion Mi rone
The democratic iriinariea were teld in
the several wards on Saturday evening.
All were well attended and succeeded in
placing sach men in nomination as will
bring out the full strength of the party,
and who, if elected, will labor earnestly
for the welfare ef ihe city generally.
Frank Raible waj called to the chair in
the First ward and Thomas Burns acted
a9 secretary. The meeting was enthusi
astically in favor of placing Daniel Mc
Kinney. the popular pattern maker at
the Rock Island Stove works, in nomina
tion for alderman, 'vhich was done by ac
clamation with a hurrah; After selecting
Joseph Repine, Jot nCorken and Thomas
Burns as ward committeemen for the en.
suiDg year, the following list of delegates
to the city-townsuip convention were
chosen: John Cirken, Martin Wein
bera:er, Dan McKionie, Frank Raible,
Claus Vogt. Joe Ou'zwoiler, George
Kale and Mons Nehon.
TnB SECOND WARD.
The Second ward caucus was presided
over by Aid. Charles Durmann, while
John Sexton actel as secretary. The
caucus unanimously voiced tbe sentiment
of the present alderman Charles Dur
mann, succeeding himseT?. and he was
nominated by acc amation. Mr. Dur
mann thanked thosi- present for the honor
but gave good reasons why he could not
accept it. The name of Henry Kinner
was then placed in nomination and be
was selected to repiesent the Second ward
democracy in the n-w council. The list
of delegates selected to the city township
convention was as follows: William
Eckcrman. W. D. Webster. Frtd Scbroe
der, Fred Ohlweiler, E l Bauersfield, John
Sexton, Henry K ncer, Joseph Oeiger,
Anton Jacscn, Jliko Concannon, II. But
ler. IN THE 1 III It D WAl'.D
Al l. Daniel Corkeii was culled to the
chair and Arthur Burrall was elected
secretary. Forald3rman the names of
John Stroehle. George W. Henry, R. C.
Lloyd, U. J. Long, Ed Goeser and W. A.
Corcoran were presented and R. C. Lloyd
was chosen on tbe tl.'ih ballot to be the
ntst alderman fnm the Third ward.
M. M. Enggs, Peter Schlemmer and
William McGuiun were then chosen as
ward ccnuuiueinie 1, aftcT which the del
egates to tbe city-township convention
were selected as fo '.lows: It. McQuaid,
Bruno Staubach, Hardy Hatter, John
Ainsworth, Peter 1'uilebar, Ed Goeser,
James Fljnn, William Ryan, John
Stroehle, M. M. Br ggs, E. F. Ilellpen
stell, Arthur Burrall. It. C. Lloyd was
then called upon and thanked his friends
for the Domination and made a few brief
remarks after wtich the caucus ad
journed. . FOURTH WAIiD.
The caucus in the Fourth wt.rd was
called to order by Ward Commilteaman
V. Dauber. W. C. Maucker was made
chairman and C. R. Wheelan secretary.
Nominations for candidates for aUlerman
being in order, tic ome cf Valentine
Dauber was presented and he was nomi
nated by jicclaraati n. W. C. Maucker
was then chc&en a ward committeeman,
after which the following delegates to the
city-township cot vention were chosen:
George Lamont, ('. R. Wheelan, Henry
Lemburg. W. C. M tucker. Julius Stroehle,
F. Kellerstrass. Usury 111, Andrew Sin
nett, George Aster, W. Trinkcnschu.
FIFTH WARD .
In the Fifth war 1 n. L. Wbeelan filled
the Chair and J. W. Welch acted as sec
retary. Tbe names of Robert Ktischmann
and John Mayer were placed before the
caucus and Mr. Mayer was declared the
choice on the first ballo', the vote stand
ing 45 -to 30. Th imas Pender, David
Fitzgerald and George Simmons were
selected as ward ccuncilmcn, after which
the following dele-ates to the city-township
convention were chosen: J. W.
Welch, Henry Fric :. EJ Swan, M. Cav
nnaugh, Thomas Cox, John Pender,
August Liitt, Dani 1 Drost, George Sim
mon, Paul Hamilto 1, Fred Staas'en, John
Peter Frey presided at the caucus in
the SixtU ward and C. W. Schlegel was
secretary. John F. Dindinger was selec
ted by acclamation for the long term, and
Frank AVeigand fn the same manner for
the short term. Pjter Frey was then
selected as ward committeeman. The
following were appointed as delegates to
the city-towDship convention: John
Shields, Chris W. Schlegcl, Patrick Ken
nedy, Jobn Atkinson, Peter Frey, Thomas
Greehey, George B -owner.
8KVE!T H WADl).
In the Seventh ward William McEniry
was called to the chair and J. . Lark in
acted as secretary. Aid. Paul Thiesen
was selected as ward committeeman for
the ensuing year, after which the names
of Joseph Kerr anc J. W Lawhead were
presented for tbe long and short term re
spectively. Both were nominated with
out opposition, after which the caucus
appointed deiesates to the city township
convention, who are as follows: Wil
liam McEniry, EJwin Ward, O. A.
Scbumaker. C. Heick, H. Braum, J. E.
. Daniel McKinaey, tbe nominee in tbe
First ward, would no doubt have been
winner, but The A Rous regrets to state
that he has declined today and the ward
committeemen have issued a call for
another caucus next Thursday evening.
The democracy in the Second ward has
placed a man in the field who is first class
in every respect. He is a plasterer and
is both well known and popular, and
every indication points to Henry Kinner
as the next alderman from that ward.
In tbe Third ward R. C. Lloyd will
undoubtedly sustain the reputation of
elemocracy in that ward. He is a stone
cutter and a bright energetic young man
who will be a credit to his ward and tbe
council alike. His election is a foregone
Valentine Dauber is the nominee of the
democracy in the Fourth ward, and con
sequently the next alderman from that
ward. He is a staunch democrat, a staunch
friend, will make a staunch candida'.e.and
is a pretty staunch man generally.
John L. Mayer, the shoemaker of 2016
Second avenue, is the Fifth ward candi
date. He is a life-long democrat, a hard
warking. upright cit zen who will make
a creditable alderman.
In the Sixth ward Jobn Dtndinger. the
popular printer, will take the conceit out
of William Kennedy, who has boasted of
being able to do as he pleased in the
ward. At the same time Frank Wiegand
will take the seat vacated by Aid. Froh
boes. In the Seventh ward ex-Aid. J. H.
Kerr will be returned to the . council
chamber, and needj no introduction to
our people. For the short term J. W.
Lawhead will prove a popular and win
Altogether the democracy has reason
to be proud of its night's work.
Edward Bauersfield today announced
himself as a candidate for the democratic
nomination for township 'collector. Erf
is well known, and would run like a race
horse if nominated.
The s'en ovit the 8tnn rpA so f 1
lows: "Books, Stationery, Drugs &
M diclnes." He went in and asked for a
copy of "Croup In Childien." and the
clrrk barded Mm a bottle of Dr Bull's
I hereby announce myelf as candidate for
township collector, subject to tbe dccisU n of the
democra iccity-tornhipconrcntion, and rai-puct-
fully solicit 1 he support of a 1 my friend.
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
TUESDAY, MARCH 15.
Eni,'2cmci of tbe Ditinnni9bed Actor and
With the a-l.tanceof the Gifted Ins-nne,
And a well equipped supprirtlngoMnpany.
A superb scenic production ot
nnnii nmn rrn n hit
Or, in the Shadow of Shasta.
An origin American play in four acin, written
by Mil on Nolil. s, and now enjoying iu
Efih Biiccoslul season.
Pilcer ?1 01. 71, SOnnd 25c. Seats on fa'i- at
Ilnrpcr houee pharmacy March la.
Judge A. J. Hunter, of Paria, 111., ar
rived in Rock Island this morning and is
stopping at the Rock Island home. To
day he has been in the hands cf William
McEniry and other representative demo
crats. He i3 a candidate for the demo
cratic nomination for governor of tbe
state. He is a lawyer by profession and
has been a resident of the state since
1831, the year of his birth. He whb
elected to the state senate in 1864 and in
1S70 he ran for congress in the Fifteenth
district and led tbe democratic hosts
against Jesse II. 'Moore in a district 5.s
COO republican, and though he fuiled of
election he reduced the majority to 230.
In 1882 he ran against Joseph G. Cannon
whose majority he pulled from
3,000 at the previous election down to
1.500. lie is one of the men who ting
proven himself stronger than his party in
every canvass he has entered, and should
he be nominated for governor would
make a vigorous and aggressive cam
paign, and undoubtedly be elected . He
is known throughout his distrirt as the
"old man eloquent." When asked as to
the political outlook by an Ar.crj reporter
this morning. Judge Hunter said it wrs
exceedingly brigh', and ihut au aggres
sive campaign was all that was necessary
to win the day. He declined to speak e.f
his own chances further than to say they
were equol to the best.
I.J nl. " Sew NuI-Iivt-ion.
C F Lynde has begun the work of
grading up the Lynde sub-ilivijion on
Seventh avenue and Elm street. The lo
cation is certainly one of the most desir
able in the city, located as it is on the
E!m s'.reet line and only two blocks from
Moline avenue, which makes it of easy
access. The lots arc nil high and eiry,
and will undoub'.edlv prowe one of the
most attractive sites for homcsceUers that
has yet been thrown open for settlement.
The grading wi'l be fnished by May 1 .
The agency f r the sale of the lots has
been placed with the real estate firm of
Reidy Bros., and this will probably be
the last chance of securing a desirable lo
cation at reasonable prices. Tbe above
firm have also some fine lots on Eighth
and Ninth svanues between 'Twenty
eighth and Thirtieth which are being sold
on good terms.
Is guaranteed to every one who takes
Hood's Sareaparilla fairly and according
to directions. This is the only prepara
tion of which 100 Doses One Dollai"
cau truly be said.
Have vou seen Hood's Rainy Day and
Balloon Puzzlef For particulars send to
C. I. Hood & Co , Lowell, Mass.
Hood's Pills cure liver ills, jaundice,
billiousness, sick headache, constipation.
Notice is hereby given that the town
ship collector is obliged to return his
books to the county collector not later
than the 20th inst., after which date
costs will be added. Office with Hurst
& Donaldson, Masonic Temple block.
Office open evenings W. T. Sugden,
J. E. Montrose, StaDas-r
ONE NKillT ONLY
THURSDAY. MARCH 17.
Bp ci.l Erirasement of the Famous
Carlton Opera Co.
Tn the latest London, Paris acd New
Ni'W aril Gorsenus Costumes!
Ur clit and Beautiful Muic!
44-CHORUS OF 44
A Great Ca?i.
Prices .. TS. 30 and v-. Sents on sa!e at
Hirper house pharmacy Tuesday, .March 15.
Burtis Opera House,
CHAS. T. KINDTManager.
ONE N!(;lIT ONLY,
Wednesday Eve., March 16.
Josilh Aitliur"g Distinguished CumcJy Dama,
"It will never wear out."
The Greatest Sucre's of the Past Decade.
A Complete Poduction in Every Detail.
See the Little Bu.l Slack Wonder,
Tae Qreit Barbecue Scene.
The Rising Sun Roarer- Hand,
Realistic Saw Mill in Fi ll Or bbation.
P.ires $1 2, Sl.fO, 7"i. M and 2.W Seat sale
Moudny. MareU 14, at Flute's. Telephone Io.
to ?tlert rrom. Why jmy 40 rents
to Sl.tw rr which on can
i't for It cents at
C. C. TAYLOR,
.1717 Second Avenue.
. Look eut for clevor imitations of Sal
vation Oil.- Its unprecedented success
j, jt Li d
Did you gu9ss it ?
It IVIeans for Ease.
If the lines in this diamond figure do not
appear equally biack in all the different
meridians, it indicates a defect cf sight
that causes nervous head-ache and should
j! corrected at occe. Eyes tested f rej.
H. 0. T0LS0M,
Jeweltr and Optician.
Children Cry for
of l ast week was especially unfavor
able for a sale of spring and summer
silks, and we feel it both a duty and
pleasure to continue our special prices
for another week. With our stock
largely augmented with later arrivals
of choice styles for this week, we will
on Monday a. m. continue the sale with
attractive additions and special new
The high toned printed Jap silks. 28
Inches in width, seems to be a leading
favorite. We are selling them and in
tnd to continue this entire lot at 88c
A god assortment still lft of those
22 inch printed China silks while they
last will go at 50c; probably no dupli
cates can be had. Tne crystal silks in
17 new shades for anrinrr
quite as popular as any shown to date.
iuo lavorue coiars are moving very
freely, and not man v ciava win coo
scarcity in these goods.
Make your selections now while first
choice can be had.;
We trust no lady of our acquaintance
will imagine that we have been neg
lecting our whiter goods department
this season- It has simply been impos
sible to find space tos ixispjay the Im
mense variety of styles decreed by
dame fashion for the season 1892. We
cannot do it justice. . Oot Shelves are
paoked and our counters groan under
their burdens of these goods-
Victoria lawns, 7!4c up: India linens,
5c np; stripe nainsooks. 4c up; stripes
and checks in great variety, 6'4c; finer
and better, very choice and select, at
44, 8 and 8V; superb line of lace
stripes, corded and fancy, at 12, 16. 17
and 20c ...
Printed India mulls at 10. 12Hand
13c. Dotted and figured mulls away
np in choicest qualities. Bedford cord
wash goods-all colors-8 to 12c- Black
printed grenadines, the most exquisite
confections ever yet brought to light.
Space for description and space for
the display of these wonderful crea
tions of white and colored wash goods
cannot be found at th's time. When
visiting our store don't fail to look
through this department.
Our dressmaking department on second fioor is now open and orders
coming in freely, ladies desiring to make engagements for early dress
making would do well to secure a date as soon as possibie.
1720. 1722 and 1724 Second Avkntjb .
Rubber Boot and Shoe Sale !
Help us make room at
Central Shoe Store.
Mea 'a Hip and Sporting Boots ?3.00
" Short Boots '. 2 30 '
" Buckle Arctics....' 1.'5 .
" S A. Alaskhs 75
" Imitation Sandals (Rubbert) . 50
" S. A. " .-,5
" S A. Clogs on
Wompn'a Croquet Rubbers ..H)
Misses' " -ir,
Chillis' " " ........................ .22
Boys' Rubber Boots 2 50
" Arctics gu
" Dull Finish Overs 4i
These are all first quality goods. Seconds are 10
per cent cheaper.
Harper House Block,
WeTest the Eye Free oIGharge!
And invite all persons needing spectacles to call and try
our new system of fitting the eye.
We Guarantee Satisfaction in Every Case.
CALL AND SEE US!
T. H. Thomas,
Druggist and Optician.
W e cannot reach all, but hope to reach you by this
If you are hungry give U9 a call at 1611 Second avenue,
next door east of Loosley's crockery store.
A fresh line of tobacco and cigars always on hand.
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Builder,
Office and Shop Corner Seventeenth St. . T?r-lr T inriA
and Seventh Avenue, WUt IanQ.
H kinds of carpenter work a specialty. Plan, and estimate, for all kind, of bnUdinm
rarni.reo on ivpuuvu.
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 save money.
In this department we wiiidiscount your pur
Bibles 10 pe r cent "'
Album.... J5 per cent
Stationery SO per cent
Blank Books 11 Descent
Juveniles '-0 per cent
Etching. Engravings percent
Picture Frames, Cabinet... 85 per'ceot
Picture Frames, to oraer. 10 pcr'ceat
GEORGE H. KINGSBURY.
1703 and 1705 Second avenue.
Telephone No. 1216.