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THJt AKOUP, 1 HURBDA Y . MARCH 17. i98.
THE SPRING POET Will soon warble forth his gushing lays and all nature will again be glad. With the return of warm days, many things to make the home tuble more tempting will be found, and there will be, as in the past, abundant opportunity for selection at Shields. No matter how large or small your yearly dealings are you can save money at Rock Island's Pioneer Cash Grocery. Read the list: Faaey Mi homo u Flotr. psr sk. fl S3 Freak Graham k .our. par tack . . S3o freak Cora Maal. par nek Sc 10 ban Arm -r Soap JSe 10 ban Uao Soap 25 11 bart Oraad Leader Soap 26c Saew Boy Wasalaf Powder. 4 poaart paokafa l&c California Baitlit, par pound . 6a California Pears, kalraa. par pound ye California Cherry Prune. S pounda for 26c California Dried Apricot. pr poid e Caa oora, par eaa Sa Paas. par can 5c Hiring Beans, par eaa 7Jo OoMea Wai Baaaa. aaaa 24c ! pound ca& Blackberries, 3 cant 25c ( 3-pcui.d caa Y.gg Plnma . . 10c 4-peckages Mince Meat J5c Largs Picklei, par gallon ISo 1-pooni package Corn Starch 4c 16-ponod Pall Jaliy, aaaorted flarora S6c 19 pounds Granulated Sugar . . .fl.QO 2-g allon Pail Syrup 44c juil Oata. 1 para-ages for 16e Mapla Sugar, par frail on 60c Ammonia, per bcttla 6c Kaielaa siot a Polish, per caa ... 2c Baaing powder, per caa Sc Dr. Prica r Baking Powder, per foBBd 39e Lamp ( himneyi. No. 1 So Markerel, 3 for 10c White Fish, 4 for 6c SHIELDS Phosie 1217. 2600 Fiflb Ave. Pretty is as Pretty Does Is an old expression that dealt with personality. It's just as true In a business way. If you are well treated by a merchant you go again, and the results are that if his goods arc satisfactory you may become a permanent customer. The treatment you receive at Folsom's jewelry store is calculated to make and give you such values and workmanseip as will please you and bring you back again. Keep this in mind, then, and when you are looking around remember it pays to trade where "MERIT IS THE MOTTO." Folsoni's Jewelnj Sfoie. PICKED MEN TO WIN, Good Work of Last Evening's Democratic City-Township Convention. A 8PLEID1D FEELTIO PREVAILS. All laUrttu CcmblH la mm Kntbatlwlle "plttt teBaaal'cf Candidate Who Will l--l Jia r.-Xj tm Viator? In tna Coma KlaaMaa-an Admlrtblt Ticket la Evtry Pattlaalar. Su;.erT!aor M. W HATTLFS Al,Ulnt SuDer C. H SKIDKL ' ,j. T. SHIELDS Aaaaaaor JAMES R JOHNSTON Collector TIMOTHY O'NEILL 3 Winners: Alaska Refrigerators, fku Jewel Gasoline Stoves, Puritan wickless Oil Stoves. We cordially invite you to call and examine our spring stock. The finest and most com plete line in the city. Come in and see our "Puritan" blue flame wickless oil stove, that burns either kerosene oil or gasoline and does it perfectly, too. We carry only the best and mo t reliable standard goods, and our pnct-N are within the reach of everyone. If yti cm as Visitor yov will remain as a Customer. The Conversion will be due to the Goofs and Prices. The democratic oity-tuwnship con vection at Tomer bail last nignt was like the one of a jear ago, when the party, through unanimity of senti ment and a spirit of enthusiasm, picked a ticket that awept the ale, l'his aame course was pursued last night. U actuated all that was done and it will be attended by a repeti tion ot what transpired at the polls last spring, when the next election day comes around. Strong men were nominated last night for every office. M. W. Bat tles, the nominee for supervisor, combines the interests of union labor and democracy. C. H. Seidel and J. T. Shields are old-time democrats, popular and worthy the good will b ta enjoy. They will make dis tinenirhed memuers of the county board. J. K Johnston, faithful fur Tt-urs In the racks of the party, and lor years a prtperty holder MISSING A CHANCE. 3 (.siting. B H Kimball by Capt. Georee Lsmont. (lenree. W Han,- by Pat Rionev. and Timothy O'Xeill by J. P. Sexton. The chsir appointed J. P. Sexton. .hPu BSE mnH ZLZJl Where is Rock island Arsenal's proceeded ti an informal ballot. Portion of the Defensive Operations? 'hich resulted: O'Connor. 15: Lnch mann. 16; Henry. 8; Kimball. 10: O'Neill, 41. The first formal ballot I w .iC?n!; J.4;11Lachann. THAT SUDDEH OHAIGE OF POLIOT. Kimball 4; O Neill, 44. Mr. i O'Neill having received a majority of the votes cast, was declared the i Oo" rran, tbm seettoa oacm nominee by the chairman. J. T. Stafford and W. C. Mancker were presented for chairman of tho city-township committee. Mr. Staf- a i . i a at u mm wunarew. and Mr. Mantlrer w reelected to the office he haa fiiinH an emcientiy ana admirably the past year by the nnamimoos acclaim of ihc delegates. Mr. Mancker made a neat address in which he thanked to Bi Looked I pan to 8 m Taat While the Money It Being Kxpaadad That a Saara of It Com to tba Greatest Ordnance Eitabllihmmt In too Von n try. The 6uddea of policy as far as the Rock Island arsenal rush orders are concerned, iu view of the WO.OOO.uCO appropriation for national defense, has not yet been the convention for a?ain honoring ' .-an-T .w?-v PlaneJ. The revo- . luouu uiuai iv uouoie tne capacity of ihe arsenal came hi'-T. He had honed anme other ilm ocrat would be secured for the place. out since his servioes bad evidently been appreciated, he would continue in the harness and do i.'.i in his power to insure success for the en'ire demo cratic ticket. The citr-townshin committee waa empowered to fill any vacancies that ujifcui occur. The most enthusiaslm. however. was over the collectorshio nomina tion. There was a great demonstration when Mr. O'Neill was nlaced in nom ination by J. P. Sexton, of the Sec ond ward uelegaiion. J. W. Cava nanifh, of the Fifth ward, aacnnrieri the nomination, and accompanied it ith a brief speech in which he re- Wred to Mr. O'Neill ss a deserving democrat und union kbor man, who, cow when he is nnab'e to wort nn ,u 1 . y A w. will make a No. 1 assepinr. icrnnt W wlncas, from which he ha Isiand, Timothy D'NeiiJ, a democrat always, ard while health was io one or the mott lndustri.jus repre sentativea of hontht labor, h.-intr a molder and above ail things a uuion man. is in a position to command the heartit st endorsement of all good democrats and all laboring men. ui i. nn i no una oecu an icvailu i and he is deferring and worthy of; Th cri.vti.uoB Frceeteiun. mm morningciiier lender recciv led to rrHr uispaicn irom airs ,usan Aiexau oen disebltd for 12 vears. akoakl bis keeping !aot " forgotten by his parly. Mr iuus renre- jCavnaDgh's remarks brought dowu . Ik.. kA. " l T 1 . uuubc. vap:. i.iianpi aibO ma Bt a neat speech for Mr. Kimball and Charles Buford for Mr. O'Connor. MOTHER WANTS THEM Xra. Soiu Al xandtr WIr flhlef I'mmr to VoruarJ th Crlard CL.l irtn d fhc convention waa aallaw . n,Hr Q'Spatch from Mrs. S at 8 o'clock bv BT. t: mh, t nh.ir. Iaer- ot barleston. S. C mother of man of the city-township committee, i the htl c.olored jubilee alngers, re- Hob. William McKnira and W fl , qaesiing mat ne lorward her chil Mancker were nlaccd in nomin..inn!aron t0 her l once- This Chief for temporary chairman. The latter I render 18 P"""1" by Mr. Weld' ,'fi.tvm.n .i..r i.-...i rf m. haoc-as corpus from doine. Knirj 'a election was made unani- Per,e aro o other developments mous. He hcartiiy thatked the con-' lV7 ln, .casc.01 ne '"t'e Alex vtntion for the honor bestowed on ' "nuer. co,orfa cnuaren taken from aaar. r. ii uiogley ana w.Ie by the 1 police on instructions from the Jeuk Carpets? Vno W 4-Co, pl WE have the most com- lete line of desirable floor coverings. 35 years experience guides us to select such fabrics as have the genuine merit "WEAR." him in chosing him to pteside over the meeting, and paid a fitting tribute to the aaMaaa serv.ee Mr. Maurker had rendered to the demo crats of Bock Island as chaiiman of the city-township committer. Hu also spoke enthusiastically and com plimentary of Msyor MediH, atd the advantages the democratic party had through hia admlniatraiion as the best ever given to the city of Keck Island. Charles Buford was cbosen to offi. eiate a ceoreiary. He read the call. W. C. Maucker. Martin Weinber ins Orphanage at Charleston. S. C Lsst evening.thougb.a telegram came 10 aaui Ai:;r irom the Jenkins O: phanage asking the paper ta repre sent that institution in the habeas corpus proceedings and tngsge counse., if necessary. hk Akgis re plied, hrwover. that it could njt con tent to involve itself ia the legal procedure, it having taken the part 01 do one so iar, and its solo en thereupon ,,Jr "7" nra to ne ra the : future as in the past, to see that no uria;rnes or lciastlcc 19 dnnp I he O phanage was fully informed as -11 j , - w an uaveiopmems here, and ad ger and J. T. S'affjrd were ap pointed a committee on credentials, j "r uu uu and reported the following entitled ! v'8ea.t0 mke provision for looking to seats in the convention: B,leT II.8 .own interests. The telegram aumor .mg 1BE ARUi to act was i turned over to Chief Tender, who U First Ward W. L. Aster, K. E. Beck, Dan McKinney, W. Kroeger. Henrv Butler. Martin W. inhnrnr George Simpson, Jacob Imhof, Jo seph Kroeger. second w ara Charles Kam merer, Herman Kale, Oscar Barth, Thomas South. Charles Benfro. Charles Schroeder. John P. Sexton. Daniel C. Strecker by the process of law, which Harold A. vt e.d Instituted yesterday, made the defendent in the case. Weddlnet. James E Ledford, of Bowling, and miss dia ai. savogue, of Iiural. were nnif ...I I mm 1 aait . 1 . i.L- .-. avmi i u mortiate ai tne county lltaS'ttaUaTte O'Neill. Anton Kail, Georee Han aon. Third Ward W. C. Majcker .r .in Schlemmer, Pat Roorey. John Mul- a -a f . h ... cany, ueorge s.emon, . u. xsetb, Thomas Carney, Gns Klotz, Oliver Beck, (Jus Berrrser. John Cahal. Jamea Qiinn, Thomas McCann. Jacob Aathony, Jr., and T H Ellis. Fourth Ward J. W. Linn, George I.amont. M. W. Battles, C. B. Whee- lan. Albert Kelleratraaa. Fr1 J Staatsea. Charles Thompson, Charles a a j a -t m m . aioru, a. u. eicn ana John Gib son. Fifth Ward C B Marshall. J. W. Cavanaugh- T. A. Pendrr. John Finc6- can. J. 1. Stafford, T. B. Reldy. T. F. Wheelan. Chila Schilllncer.' Fred UMfler. William McEnirv I.ucian Adams nerformed the ik. BMBBV. Thomaa Johnston and Miss Hessie Morrison, both of Reynolds, were married yesterday afternoon at the parsonage of th First Methodifit cuurcn oy uev. u. U. McCulloch Andrew Peterson, of Davenport, and Miss Francis Meek, of this city. were married last evening at the home of the bride's brother, E J .Meek, 912 Seventeenth street. The ceremony was performed at 8 o'clock 1 1 rwaaaen . ujr imsv. x. v. iiraiton, pistor of the memorial unrisuan church OppMlCe Harper Home. h21 sim AVE Rosenfield and Nic Huarman Sixth Ward Patrick Kenr.cdv. V W. Calkins, Maurice Brennaa, Sara uel Fitspatrick, J. O'Doncell. J. T Shields. John Dicdinrer. John K- notky. W. H. Bragdon, Herman Det- jens, rrank ueenan. Daniel Ma-ronev. 8avcnth Ward E S'.rrm. JoaonK Huber. William Baals, C. Christian- bob. ueorge B.ck. J. W. Lawned, C. W. Johnson. Paul Bork. Panl Thiesen, C D. Einfeldt and J. E. Larkin. The temporary organiaation was thereupon made permanent oa mo tion of W. C Maucker. M. W. Battles and Henry Kincer were placed ia nomination for so- Cirviaor. Mr. Klnner declined and r. Battlas waa chosen by acclama tion. C. H. Seidel. J F. Rosenfield and J. T- Shields were placed in nomina tion for assistant supervisors Mr. Rosenneid having declined. Messrs. Seidel and Shielda wars nominated by acclamation. J. R Johnston, whose name waa predated by J. T. Stafford, was nominated for assessor by acclama tion. For collector, the name of Thomaa OT-cnaor waa presented by Charles Bafotd. B. C Looamaon by F. W. Bo.- Ma1o al Old Carprta. Ihe undersigned travnii n or boonfr i for tho Chfcag) Hog Manufacturing Icomoanv is DO 7 in thtM pit" nnl tskf n oosepn nounei by maw will call with Sim i pies and give a' I information regard iuk ran lua.o or rarnn'a A i nr ders will be packed and shipped free ui awawBj viiy reierences. Ad dress immediately, M. I K I SON'. Commerc.al Hi. tel. City. Of Intar.tt to S .m.. We desire to notify our cus:, mers aou cmers inat w. T. Uavi and U . 11 . . . runer are not now and ntver nave been io our employ and have no authority to solicit any business for ns in this city. Respectfully, GHAND UUION 1 EaCOMPAKV. E. H. San ford. Manager. 226 Watt Second street, Daverport. Ja.. at Q,KJ. Whenever a dreggiat tells yoa he haa something juat as good" for coughs colds, grip, etc., ts Dr. Bell's Piae-Tar-Honev. he it ihinHn nf his profits and not of jour welfare. Good druggists will atll tou what yon ask for. overcomes as when inferior nrenara- tions are recommended bv unscrupu- iuua uvaiers as "just as j;ood as Fo ley's Hoaey and far c ogh svrup," WhB WB kaow the unranaled merits ot this great medicine. For Bale bv X. U. Thomas. much of a surprise to Cpt. Blunt as to anyoae, and that things have re sumed prastioally their normal con dition at the arsenal is as different from the plan contemplated by him when he left Wa-hingtcn as possible to conceive. While in times of war and evon in anticipation of war, an explanation is not always ex pected from those in authority, yet the congressman from this section, would, it seems, be amply justified in seeking to ascertain the reason for tne sudden alteration of the course of action pertaining to the Rock Island arsenal. Money it Being BxpendeJ. In the expenditure of ihe money j available for the president for na- tional defense, certainly the greatest arsenal in the country should reoeive j Us share, and as ioag as it is to be pent the community hi which this arsenal I" situated may reasonably j expect the benefit of the circula tion of a part of it. But while rush work is going forward at ail other arsenais, K.ck Ts.'and, the gror.lest of them all, has been cut, off. and whv ? M jtjjf r-' niut-ring. The mothers' mee tri' at K. mh'p school Tuesday was attended by about fifty ladies, teachers and moth- era of children who attend that build ing. There was an interesting dis cussion of "Attendance and Punc tuality" in which Mrs. Ashterman, Misa Egan, Mrs. Mosenfelder and Mrs. Young participated. Mrs. Carter, Miss Woltmann and Mrs. Wliley read papers treating of "Dis position and Discipline of Children." Misses Churchill, Egan, Williams and Woltmann and Mesdames Wirt, Car ter, Collins, Sterlibg. Kingsbury, CrumbaRer and Mosenfelder took part in the discussions of the subject which followed. Ta mi Paeaau. The local packet season formally opons tomorrow, the Winona leaving io the morning at 7 o'clock for Cliu ton, the Verne Swain at 3:15 for the same place, and the W. J. Young, Jr., at 4:16 for Burlington. A Neglected Cold often leads on to a backing, rasping, racking cough. The very first symp tom should be met with a dose of Dr Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. This famous remedy will cure it, whether ot short or long standing Price 25 certs. ,At all good drugpits. liven Of Br four Doctor. Beaver Dam, Ohio. Aug. 27, 1895. My daughter, after being treated by four doctors, and being glven up for lost, n neighbor recommended Foley's Kidney cure Today she is able to walk several miles without fatigue. I feel we would have lost her if it was not for vour medicine Respectfully. Mrs. J. M. Bailey For sale by T. H. Thomas. Every family should have its household medicine chest, and the first bottle in it should be Dr Wood's Norway Pine Syrup, nature's remedy for couchs and miit ua by Marshall & Fisher. r iSpring Patterns! Up To Date Colorings! See the Line. Compare Prices. A.J. Smith & Son: 123. 125 West Third Street DAVENPORT. iwwwwwwwwwwwifwwwifwm pfS(3r39& CLOCKS sm9K What is Home Without a Clock? !B8Fajrii And see our Spring Stock of boys', child ren's and little fellows clothiig. It pre sents an opportunity for economical buying that nobody can afford to miss. SBB POPULAQ GTYI I Late novelties, standard grades, and f newest attractions are found in abund- f ance in this line of Boys' Clothes. No 4 nnaefiAn n V.n . . & 1 1- 1 t -ruwiiuii auuui uicse gooas pleasing they make none better. No question about prices being satisfactory None can sell cheaper. TODS j SOMMERS tmm bjusu Veni10 & LaVELLE. OaaPrtoe. A Clock is truly one of the necessities ot home. The nousewife needs one con- X btact y to time the duties of the day. The children must be ia time for school, dincer must be ready at the right time for the "man of the bouse." In ftct ' every little duty most be S done at the right time. A $ clock can b3 ornamental as 8 well as ucefnl. They are all ' kinds and shapes to the fancy. 0UR CLOCKS suit o o w Are from the best factories. tJ . . . DtBumu. ana attractive in r Years of ex- appearance perience have taught us just bow and where to bny clocks to give onr custo- X mers the benefit of low prices aad high quality. We have just received a large number of the very latest designs. J RAMSFR jeweler. nniaiOLn, optician. It ifoli' Dich hlit'irtsrilt' '6r5 CLOCKS j&SfcSIGISK Spring Styles in Ladies' and Gentlemen's Fine Footwear Are now in and open for your inspection. We are prepared to show you the nobbiest line of spring and summer shoes in the city. Newest shades in brown leather with fancy vesting tops, also a full line of black vesting tops. Prices from $2 and op. Widths AA to EE. CENTRAL SHOE STORK. 1713 SKCOND AVKNDK. 1 $A 1 m Am u A few not. s regarding spring goods that eaa be found by look ing at th's ad. Here are some prices we quote: Spriag aovel ties in suite-the prices range from 18, 120, S2. $22 aad up. The prices in the spring tronserB raage from So, 6.60, $6, M.60 and upward. Coma in aad see our fine Haa. Gus. Englln, Manager, 1803 Sicond kn mm m. raaoosj i-mwai . rmmT pajhioIbT aft sour Painters and Decorators i. ft 4i