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THE ACQUa 8ATURDAT. IIADCH G. ICyT.
V EGGSACTLT NOW LISTEN TO COLD FACTS. Shields has just received a stock of Up-to-Date Eggs, fresh from the country. He is going to have a sale on them tonight and he wants you to get in on it. Y u inow his number. Of course yu have been up there .before. Same Old Staid. Strictly Fresh Eggs, 3 Dozen for 25 Cents. TONIGHT ONLY. SH Phone 1217. SPECIALTIES: ISXASES of Eye, Ear, Hose, Throat, Lunge, Btomaoh, 8Un and Blood. Raptor cured without use of knife DR. DANIEL, BOOMS M and S7, MoMaaus Building, oorner Second ' aad Mala streets, Davenport OFFICE HOURS: a. m. to If m. aad S to i p. Evenlage, Wednes days aad rtetardaye, 7 to S p. m Saadava, 1 to 8 p. n DEAL HEATERS For Burn 'si V- -J y And are Heaters that Heat. Easy to clean and operate. Let us have your plans and make you estimates. Our work will please you. AHen Myers & Comowy ELDS 2600 Fifth Ave. SFCOND Deep Cut Shoe Sale Ccmmenclrg Wednesday, March 3, we will positively sell any Misses. Boys, or Youth or Child's Shoes in the house for $1.25 DOLLY BROS. 8o7 TWENTIETH STREET. Steam and Water Hard cr Soft Gcal. C J xol in. ORDER OP THE DAY. Plan of Dedicating the New Court House. MAECH 31 IB SEOOXKEXDED. OaUasa ami Vpmm fey tha Joint irate The dedication of the new Rook Ialaad county court house will be carried oat oa a plan ol simplicity aad impressivenesa, if the program outlined by the joiat sub-committees oi the general committee ol the bar. county officers and citizens la aaoptea. xne subcommittee met last evening at the office of Sturgeon & Marshall in Mitchell & Lyade building All the members were "present, M. M. Sturgeon being elected chairman and H. P. Simpson secretary. Wednesday, March SI, waa designated aa court house dadi eatioa day. and a program adopted to be observed on such occasion, aad which waa submitted to the general committee at the court house this afternoon The design is that court arrange to be in session at the old court room at S p. m. on the after noon of dedication day with Judge G. W. Pleasants on the bench, Judges J. J. Glenn and Hiram Bigelow br ing also ia attendance, together with members ol the county bar aad coun ty officers. The board of supervis ors is to meet ia its room in the new building and proceed in a body to the old court room and notify the court that the new structure ia in readiness for dedication and occu pancy. Thereupon Hon C. M. Oa- Dorn, oi Chicago, the oldest practic ing member of the bar, ia to move adjournment to the new court house, and in the same connection to make reminiscent remarks. Judge Pleas anta in passing on the motion is ex. pected to make a suitable farewell. Then a procession is to be formed. headed by the judges, and followed immediately by the bar, then the county officers, and move to the new building and into the court room, assembled there, Chairman W. R. Carey, of the board of super visors, will, with suitable remarks, present the keys of the new build. ing to Sheriff F. C. Hemenway, who win at once reconvene court. Ia tha Htir Bandana. This will be by order of Judsre Pleasants, who it is planned will then call upon Judge Glenn to pre side, with Judge Bigelow as associ ate. Then aa attorney to be selected later by the sab-committee, if the plana are approved, will move to ad journ court, speaking felicitously to the motion and devoting himself to toe occasion, other representatives of the bar. yet to be assigned, will follow. It ia contemp ated that Judge Glenn ia presiding will make remarks, ana that judge Bigelow ill do likewise in delivering the court's ruling on the motion to ad journ. The ceremonies, it is pro posed to have conducted la due form of court procedure, but embellished oy appropriate remarka by the court bar and representative of the county board from 4 to 6 a bead .concert la to be given ia the corridor, interspersed with vocal music From 6 until 7 the building will be closed. in tne evening from 7 until 10 the entire building is to be illuminated ana tnrown ooen to the nubile for reception by the countv officers There will be orohestral mo sic, floral and patriotic decorations, and the occasion will partake of an informal nature. At 10 the bar ia to give a banaaet to Ha members and invited gueats at the Harper. lata program will be plain, but the committee felt it would be the leaat expennive, yet at the same time cipebie of being made the moat gen uine ana oeeomtng tne event. . Will Bxtalm ewaap. Engtaeer D. W. Mead, of Rock ford is at work upon plana for a levee by wnica a large part of the Meredosia swamp ia Rock Island county ia to be reclaimed. This big swamp, the delight of the sportsman during the duck season, contains 8,0 0 acres of land, the richest soil ia the state, but during the time of the year whea it ia most valuable it is inondatnd. Thia awamp is situated between the Mississippi and Rock rivers and dur ing high water it connects the two rivers, forming a great Ialaad En gineer Mead represents a company of bondholders who propose erecting leveea to protect the land front iaaa dation, that real aiming it for arable purposes. At a meeting of the medical aad surgical staff of St. Anthooy's hos pital at the Harper laat night these officers were elected: President Dr. 8. C Plummer, Rock Ialaad. Vice President Dr. R.C-J. Meyer, Molina. . Secretary aad Treasurer Dr. E. M. Sala. Rock Ialaad. Resolutions of tribute to tha late Dr. J. B. Davidsoa. of Moliae, were adopted. - Take laxative Brome Quiniae Tab let. All druggists refuad the money if it faHa to ear U aaate. The members of tha r.itr-tnwn.hln eommitee aad andidatee are ra- aaested to meet at Tamer hall thia eveaing at 8 o'clock. W. C Macckbb, Chairmaa. TOLD ALONG THE TRACK. -There has been ao aad of idle gos- aiD about tha future Diana of tha II il wan kaa road darino- tha naat week. Molina has taken a hand ia Sanaa. Baal SB. Si aCl a BBBBUa UBBBS B BBBB BiMBaEBrBB has it figured oat that the company intends extending ita track from the JUUCUUD to UBS City IB U2B spring", aad tharaaftar make that eltv tha terminal of the road. There need be IS.tla m - af k. y;ia..k mA - i mmm . v " ummww .WW. H . iag Rock Ialaad the go-by, aad tha fnlb-- - Ull. k V. worryiag themselves, have aaother frnaaa Mminir vat. Tut itnin pa. ceatly stated that aa the Milwaukee had not released ita depot privileges here it waa probable that arrange - meats had been made for the sharing va Mia uw iwuub wausa uia our liagton has promised to build at tha earn. Af Ta.,.tt.th .1 1 a.l aa. Saa. ond ' avenne tha eominir aaaaon.' tTafkla t. . I . X nwaaaaaia UH UUIMniU BBSOV W enange the opinion of those who are reanonathla Inr tha laana.la 1 w UHWiBiaMVUt Aaaiataat Rananl fi.Mrl.taaila.t w..w.m wa.wa.MvMava, . I . J . .1 uuuuuuw ana uivuion Dupennteaa - aut ivauie. oi tne auiwaukee, visited sock Island this week. This occa sioned more talk in Molina. Rnt It is claimed the officials were here merely on an inspection tour. There ia a probability, however, of the Mil waukee extending ita track from the junction to Meline, where it would in such an event erect a depot aad install an airant and r-nma nn In Rook Island, which will continue as tne terminus, over the C, R. I. ft P. or Q. tracks. What miirht have been a fatal an. oident occurred on the Rock Island road between Altoonn and Tlaa Moines Wednesdav nitrht. Enrinr John Thompson waa pullinir a freight aaat with tha 491. whan mw,A denly her crown sheet dropped off, and allowed the steam to discharge with terrific force, blowing the coal off the truck and throwing portions of it several car lengths. Fireman Henry Rohweder had just mounted nis seat aner putting 10 some fuel. Had he remained before the fire box a moment longer he w uld have been blown to eternity. The train was taken on by another engine, and the 494 was seat to tne shops for re pairs. ' Ticket Agent F. H. Plummer. of the Rock Island, has a lattar frnm a youne man at New Salem. 111., who is seeking a situation where he can complete tne study of telegraphy, of which, he explains, he has a little knowledge already. He says hej known all about ticket selling, too. but Is particularly found of teleg raphy, as he likes to hear the click nt instrument. ni. Tnnntr man a.v. he will work for $20 per month. But i a) S a a a t. ... . . ii ma ooara ana wasn dius are paid by his employer, he will mva hU services 'for f 2 per moon, or for S3 ana pay his on wash bills. Mr. Plummer forwarded tha lattar In Supt. Nichols. W. Powers, the Rock Island ancri. neer, has been transferred to Har rington, Kaa., as haa James McMal- len, the conductor. They will run on the Texaa line, which is having a big rush of bnainaaa in ann thorn grain ahipmeata. ionn iremann, administrator of the estate of Engineer James Dyer, wao waa killed in a wreck near Brooklyn. Iowa, haa aattlarf arlth tha Rock Island road for 6.000. .engineers Frank Mooney, Frank Webber. John Hnrn. and Tta.iri Hotohkiss, of the Rnrk Inland, are laying off. aa are Firemen Guy Tay- ur ana Irani mtonaoCK. ' William Johnson eraeaa tha nah nf the 91S agaia. She has ja-t returned from a visit to the Rock Island re pair shops across tht rier a. 4. nut, general superintendent of the Rock Island, paased through ia hia private car earoute to Topes a, Kas., ihnrsday. H. B. 8udlow. saeratar and traaa. urer of the Rock Island ft Peoria, hat gone to Minneapolis. . Fit Z DB.t Wllr. AArnmamial atrwaanft: of the. Vandalia at Peoria, waa a vis- tor yesieraay. Fain. utacMa., wi L. The will of tha lata Phmia n;ni. deia. Sr., of South Rock Island, was admitted to probata in tan nnnntv court yesterday. By ita provisi ns the widow receives all of deceased's real estate situated in Rv i.i.nd county, together with one third of au bis personal property to use and dispose of as she set a fit; also one tbird of the proceeds of the sale of 160 acres of land in On nnntT. Kaa. To his Bdontad ami nnn Din. geldeia, the testator bennaatha .160. and to hia Children. Phillla Min aad Margaret, all tha M.sHn. and remainder of hi. real aid perVaal estate, situated in R.v t .i..Ia.... wwa aVMiaaaav wmusj atier the termination of the life estate m tue same devised to hia wife, eni two-thirds of all hia aonal property, including two-thirds v. uiulmoi oi ut aala nf tha INI 1MJ a!"a,0.f.i"d ta 6?7-km o wi'iuau btjuuit imnnv innm. amnas The will waa dr Jaa i . c- 1891. aad 1893 tha attached codicil Juae 32, a. wanaaaj aBhasBl VwaSwssTayaalwa Whea they read testimonials of cures ha trMwti i. ,,. j -- ai .auaruuk xney hi writtea by honeaimea and women, and are plain, straightforward sUte-l menta of fact. The people have cob- tidaace IB Hood's ftaraanarllla ha - ... . I cbbbb taey Know it actaaUy aad per- uimc.uj cvraa, even waea otaer meaieiae faila. Ho4'a Filla ere the oaly pills to J Hood'. 8a-apeil: Easy ami aaa aCtataa. WORRIED ABOUT IT. Union Fears Its Pet Scheme Is Lost 8ight of. " TO GZAJCGE THE KZOOL SlerTltaT. The fact that the official Bottoe of I AH UVI UMI hUD OIUGIBI BOtMa OI I City Clerk Huesing, eaUiar tha citv 1 . T J . m., - ' I tains no provisioa to apaet tha Drea- uKaaI i(.n I - i I Union a great deal of aaxiety. That I particular thing waa what it seems 1 to have been looklag for above all I else. City Clark Hueaing stated this I aoraug uia. aue propoaiuon waa I not included becauae ha had received aa AffiitUl .nrlfiMMAii .1. .. I. .kMU I ha nut in. Clerk alarahall. nf tha I l a . I I t a.l I MnUV III l naiaUVI, lalWU ULB. 10 I days' aotioa was all that tha board I aaaaillaa aaraa Ahlaxt a - I VWWa.WH WW VWU(I w 1 , 0 , a.il that It aanU aaa that all aa a. aww a ..vm ... wmmmm aaaa awam, .o . . . . . 1 qurremenvs oi ue law ware oom- plied with in accordance with tha petition in the bord'a handa. The concern of tha Unloa In thia mat tar ia intaraatina. Tt falsaa to have ao iaterest in tha matter, and professes to seek now to have it con sidered on ita merits, and therefore invites disousaion. In other words, its columns are open to anonymous nnmmnniatinna. aa in all m attar. where it adopts the aide of aa issue. ita asttts muoa regrets snia posi tion of the Union. The proposition which the moraine paper now seeks to renew waa defeated last Juae, because of the Interests with which it waa identified. There ia no reaaon to believe it ia not still asso ciated with the same influences which have been so destructive to the school interests of tha citr. Tat Akqcs deprtcatea the course of the union, oecause it aaa nopea that the peace and harmony which the board and the new superintendent have labored ao earn estly to promote in tha present school year, would be permitted to prevail. There ia nothing to de structive to toe acaooi system aa undue agitation. Yet taat ia the very thing the Union invitee. Tha people voted down the propoaitioa tne morning paper- wants onoe, be cause they kaew the source from which it originated, and it may be said now that the peraiateaoy with which it is revived fore bod ea bo good to the school system. The to change the aohool movement system at this time aotwithatand. ing any merit that it may poasess ia a general sense Is bora ia the camp A . . . . . u tun cue ni j oi tne soaooi ayetesa, aad ia being nurtured and fostered by a single aim. aad that ia revenge. For this reason it ia not worth con sideration, much leaa favor bla ac tion. There ia no stronger evideaee of the evil that ia back of it than tha spirit that would disturb agaia the 1 1 V a a . scnooia in tne management of which order and good government have only The Union hastens to remark, ton. that the women are denied tha nri. lleee Of VOtinff on tha nnmillia. a change the school law, .a it becomes a part oi tne Australian ballot, aad a feature of the muniainal alaeiina But the women were not tha ..i. ones who voted to onat the factors i a school affairs, which were destruc tive, last June, aad tha laat affM that comes bow from tha repudiated source win iare likewise, aa it Should. The BeOD'a will nnHanl.aa that the beat appeal to reason and not to prejudice, which the Unioa suggests, win be answered la ke p- ing the School avatasa fraa fmm prejudice aad turmoil The rchools are now being capa bly and econominal m.n.aX i.i us leave them aloae. 4s will be seen bv Citv Clerk Hit. sing's official catl. the eitv ia tn vnta on the refunding of the city 'a 20- ear wumu, auiuunting to fiiu.vw, aaa alo for additional bonds amounting in all to 120.000. to dispose of out standing city warrante for water works extension, refundine of na. ing assessments, etc.. aad thas oleaa up the financial affaire of the city. The total amount of bonda win therefore be 1190.000. aad it will enable the city to put ita affaire ia hotter shape thaa for the paatlO years. The funding bonda. which must be taken an bow h laaai-a- new bonds at a less rate of latereer. were voted Aag. 21, 1877, aad were 90-year bonds, datiag from Sept. 1, of that yetr. The vote on tha Mn. osltioa waa very lia-ht. tha tAt.i t.. Usna. " tne Urea. being Ml. of which 207 wore for aad It may be worth ana.,n.. to know that the varv h-at arftalaa reetoriag the tired out aervoua aya- I . " . ' . van-, aava tvui sir b,,"1 'fe u.. n! '- - hiwi I WBsaTsriY Btlaiat -Ma V. -.I a. "a., aa w --w -mum vi K'TaBSr Q mmwmm aa-a.-a -a ftM Aids tkmam armu f m thM.i..e m laame4laaSl Itaa aVBaan. Ll-A -T-lTaa I T auai - waaia af WJTTI1.- AasaWwaTlfal ?"T? i-Br appaUte. aids laiafeatiOB. and la avsauaMii k. . r -. . - .T ljlrfod H aa tha rary ,..Woo.PnriBeT " rve tenia. tli.,. rJr. 2.?u or.1.P-r l - xiana ai u. Ulleaeyer's drug I Btnaa store. If vna have, vnn nrahahl aaad reliab e medicine like Foley a Hoaey aad Tar to healyoar langa aad atop tha raoUag coagk laetAeatal to this raana aa Aattate a Wanes Waaw Bar- Vw ana cat- ' nil il. rassaiii Mantels, Grates, Tiling, 1 ) I I VfSS 1 . : Before deddhi&r on the finish of your Fire places see the designs of the ia an. Boston Face Bnct Co. Whos SKETCH BOOK of new designs my be had, either direct or from A. J. SMITH & SON. Opposite Masonic Temple. AGENT FOR THIS VICINITY. US aad US W. Third 8 treat Dutchessfpousers tbc SHEEP to the pro WARRANTY You may bay m pair of Dutchess Wool Trousers, at $2, 2.50. 3. 3.50, 4 or 5 and wear them two months. For every SUSPENDER BUTTON that COMES OFF. WE wiU PAY you TEW CENTS. If they RIP at the WAISTBAND. WE will PAY you FIFTY CENTS. If they RIP In the SEAT or elsewhere. WE will PAY you OWE DOLLAR or GIVE YOD n HEW PAIS. DEST in THE WORLD. TRY A PAIR, Spring Styles Just Received. SOMMERS 1804 Second Avenue HELP CLEAN Men's Enamel. Heavy Soto, Hoodie Tea aad Hew Opera Toea, worth tft.60, Men Enamel, Heavy Sole, Orieat aad Hew Opera Toea, worth fA, Mea'a Cordovaa, Cork Sole. Leather Lined, Royal aad Sqaare Toea, worth 16.50. Mea'a Calf, Heavy Sole, Leather Liaed. Square Toe, worth ft, ataa'i Box Calf. Heavy Sola, Leather Lined. Orieat Toe, worth 4, Mea'a Box Calf. Orieat Toe, worth fS.0 C11 Barlj It Toa Waat Toar Siae aa GEO. SCHNEIDER. CBBJTBAL SHOE STORE. HearUjuart-ra for Footwear at Lnwww Pvicna DIAMONDS o n. D. FOLSOM, Jeweler. -$2- BRIKFIREFLiCB DAVENPORT as & LAVELLE One Price. THEM OUT! 03.65 2.85 3.65 2.40 2.95 2.40 They Woat Laat Loaf at Theae Prices . 1711 SBOOHD aVVUK own aw. 173 Cscond Ai