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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, MAT 20, 1898. 8 ffl OLD IADRD AS a song quite iGri-) a years ag0. That section is not in such g :od repute here at present. If Americans had their way there would be a hot time in that old town most any night. But we must not let our imaginations carry us away from the Solid Facts in Bargains THAT DESERVE On his counters you will always find induce ments that will contribute more materially to your true money saving than anywhere else in town. Hear this in mind then, and you will not regret having been directed to Rock Island's money saver. SH 1 CASH GBOOBRY. i'finne 1217. Prolific of Prescriptions. r'l'J W1 4 DAVIS 112 114 Wet Seventeenth Street, Rock WAR ON SOILED LINEN IS THE AIM AND OBJECT OF THE If nek Island Steam Lainidr) Now located in their own new building at 1814 Third Avenue. Drop a postal or telephone the wagon will oall. . "EE ADVICE l'.r our Khrstrlsn and a FREE S1MDI c of our .l..jn .,! Knr. Bok JfR&g "client re. n.n ,rc tome ul Ilia reasons why yuu hould write us ,i'","u, Dr. Kay's Renovator ttni Dr. B.J.KAY MEDICAL EVERY Dr. Peal's T1it ananrapt. nf r4 osrtkla For sale by A. J. Seisi, Druggist, Book Island, UL popular in this country Attention at Shields'. ELDS 2600 Fifth Ave Nothing is productive of more prescriptions nothing is better fit ted to fill the human system with poison, than a leaking gas jet No poison is quite so poisonous as illum inating gas. Quite frequently the pipe needs only a little tinkering to stop the leak, but that tinkering shoald be done by one who thor oughly understands his business. We think we thoroughly under stand our business, and should be pleased to do anything for you in the plumbing line, at any time. COMPANY. Island. CO.. wten OSc) Omaha, Neb WOMAN mdt a nllabl. oitSiy, ttwhUUb tt-cdleiM. Out hnmlaai M Pennyroyal Pillo la rmIL nnnlH(Dr. - AGREES TO VACATE, The Peoria Will Surrender Roundhouse Property on Certain Conditions. Its CONTRIBUTION FOB THE LEVEE, TOO. Company Auks in Keturn an Additional Independent Main Trark Went From It Depot, and Continuation of Rights It at Present Knjoy-Terminal Bond Approved. It does seelii now as if the r:iilwn track puzzle with which the citv has leen wrestling these nmnv months would he solved, ami apparently with satisfaction to all concerned." The council ut its sjH'cial meeting last evening, after atmrorinir the lum.l .f the Terminal coninanvindeiunifvinu- lc agawsi any uauiages tliat may attend the laving of the truck located fur the company in a recent .....1: i 1 .. . . "uiuiiice. aiici recording a receipt for f.0MJ turned into the lminicWml chequer by F. P. Hlair, the promoter new enterprise, lor t lie rii'ht to go through the K. I. & P. round house, heard a proposition from the i.'iu company. 1 lie company io me lacaiing oi us round house grounds at the foot of Utteenth street in consideration of the stipulated .'.MM): to tlw rendering of the two simrs mm- in controversy on the pay ment of the cost of the till by the Terminal ?om- panv. and also to five ( in tnu-.i-.t the iniprovoment of the levee and haul all the material tised in such im provement, on condition thut thn .it. trive it the risrht to ponstmpi null maintain an additional nmin tmi.t heretofore granted with the proviso iu iii oilier roans oe privilege)! to opcrateon it west from the Twentieth sneei oepoi ami contirm the location of the tracks which the romiMnv t present enjoys. The proposition was referred for investigation, mul will proliably l.e disposed of at the next session of the council. If the pro-msition is adopted, sled dinir for the Termin.il coniivmv u !,,,. First avenue will he much smoother than it was exm-cted it would ! "Tli. bridge and railway of the Terminal company will be completed l.v IW. 1 next." said Mr. Hlair to an AlWs rep resentative last nijjht, - if the propo- aiimii in me i-eoria company is adopted l.y the council. All" our tracks on both sides of the river are now located. We have closed ;i eon tract with the liurlimrton ro.-ul f.r th joint use of its track from the CaMc malison to iiiiity-ninth street, and you might say have obtained nearly event lung we have asked for. The council and peonle of Hock IJq.ul have leen very kind to me. and thev will have no occasion to regret it. You can say. however, and 'thereby correct an erroneous impression that the Uridge & Terminal Co. is an inde pendent institution. There is no rail road back of it. It hopes to do busi ness with all the roads enterin" liock Island, and there is no reason why you should not have at least 12 com ing in here." Filter Inspection. Mayor Medill. the waterworks com mittee. Supt. of Waterworks Murrin and Engineer J. A. Harmon, with the authority of the council, are to accent an invitation to visit and inspect the naiuiai sanu niiering plant in opera tion at Ashland. Wis.. Iiefore ;i rri viihf ai a neiinite conclusion with refer . i .. . . . i- ence to the system to be recom mended for the Rock Island i.bmt The committee is desirous of movin-r slowly in this matter, and wants to m sure that it is right before spend ing the taxpayers' money. The aldermen talked sewers awhile, all seeming of the opinion that, the city should own and control all within her limits. Mavor Medill sai.l th 'lilcstion had lieen a onnmlicnteil ami he heartily coimiKl with the CLAIRVOYANT Wonderful But True Are the Following Claims Prof. Richard Bernhardt, the (Jreat Clairvoyant and Life Reader, of Chicago, is now located in Rock Island at Xo. ' 1608 Second avenue, over the U. S. express office, where lie w ill receive callers from 9 a. ni. to U p. ni. Mr. Rernhardt is not of the cheap class of fly-by night pretenders, but is a man whose marvelous powers cannot lie disputed. So great in fact is his ability as a reader of human affairs that without your speakinc a word, he will' tell your nainc, age. occupation, liirth place, present residence, the luim hcr in your family, and also your every hope," fear, wish ana am int ion. Concerning Your Business, Do mestic and Love Affairs. Be can five tbe name. aire, occupa tion. nationaltT. disposition and financial standing of either your present or future husband or wife, and date of marriage. If you are in trouble, doubt or suspense" concern itut affair. of business, domestic mat ters, love, tnarriace. divorce, rivals, enemies, moves, changes. po-J-.ious journeys, etc.. call on this (rifted man and he will point out your way u success and happiness. And re member that it costs no more to see this truly wonderful man than it does some common so-called clairvoyant. Satisfaction guaranteed. Prices-' 50c and $1. views expressed favorinr mnnicin-il ownership of all sewers, and upon his recommendation the matter was re ferred to the sewer and ordinance committees, with a view to drafting an ordinance making all private sewers puiiiie. The Kock Island caucuses tomorrow afternoon are to lie held nndcr the primary election law: those in Moline tonight will be in accordance with the old-fashioned caucus gathering HURST FOR THE ASSEMBLY former Representative in liremt Favor Throughout the County. From all parts of the county come . r.t i. i ex pn-ysiinis ii me coruiai aim satis fact i-tory feeling with which the candi dacv of Hon. L. . Hurst for the 1 irislature is attended. While the general assembly of Illinois worthy of the aspirations any "worthy citizen. vet is of not only among democrats but people generally is the opportunity to send a man like Mr. Hurst to Springfield airain, regarded as exceedingly fortn nate. Apart fi OHl his IWI'tV Kt:ltwlitlrr as a life-long democrat, unflinchino- 1 r ! i . i . . r aim uniauing in nis devotion to party iiiieiesis. nicn commamis lite tin qualified endorsement of his politi cal friends, Mr. Hurst has the advantage of his former extierience in the halls of the legislature, where he distinguished himself and his district. line nis iamuiarity with the needs of the district and his wide acnuaint ance at home and throurhoiit the state equip him with the requisites of ;ici iisciiiiness in i nose who call upon him to serve them. ON THE BASEBALL FIELD. Rock Island and Uurlhigton Meeting at the Twelfth Street I'ark. Rock Islaud will plav liurlinirton St. Joe, and Ottumwa "iiefore troiipr away from home again. Joe Cautillion's work in the West. rn league as an umpire does not seem o ineei wnn general approval. Dubuiine and Cedar Ranids wen :ho only teams that ulaved in tlm n. aot-iaiioii yesieroay. uiiDiique won, J o o. Bill Kreiir and his linrlimrtnn nr- grcgation arrived last night, and are shopping at the Harjicr. They are crossing nats witn Ainlcrson s players at the park this afternoon. Frick was in luck to retain Little Danny Sweenev. savs the On incv llitr. ald. He improves "with each succced- : .1 . i i nig nay. ami nis work demonstrates that fact, the day will come, if Danny continues in the present even L 1 s1 .... iciior oi nis way. w lien lie will lie in demand in this association, and can command any kind of monev. Manager Helden Hill is fri'ttihir along very nicely with his broken limb, and it is now thought bv the time the team returns from Dubuque he will be able to go to the ball park 1 .1!.. .1.1. . . 1 aim uireci me game ironi the iH-ncli. It is not probable that Man a'cr Hill would listen for a moment to a propo sition 10 exenange Andrews for Car rish. of g.uincy. fairish is a sreat i ... . i . n finin-r. inn Andrews gives every promise oi oecomiiK' one of the itnn in me associauon. cedar ifcipnls tia zcttc. Ohituarv. Miss Etta Thompson died nt dor noun; on scvenm avenue at 2:15 this afternoon after a year's illness. a'ed 23 years. Rert Hamilton. 18-vear-ohl Knn nf noiieri u. liamuton. of this citv, died r .1 . ... ". .. suddenly this nioriiimr nt li.w M..;,,,, He left Rock Island a" few days ago aim was on ins way to aienlo, Iowa .Mrs. llliam Rutleibre arrml 7 y.'.us. mother of Mrs. F.V. Fiveman. oi i iu cu. uicii at tier home in Woodhull Wednesday n in-lit. Afr and Mrs. Freeman left" last "night for H oodhull to attend the funeral. iNIalnd 11. Jensen died nt I li. of her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs Ch..i-W 0. Jensen. 8(13 Twentv-hrst strct. at 2:o0 this niornino-. after si-ven i.Lc of suffering, the fatal ailment Ihmimt 1 1 -a . . . niaiariai iever. Aiaiiel was 14 years, 10 months and ilnva .i.i " ti. funeral will lie hehi from the residence at i o clock Sunday afternoon. Circuit Court. In the damas-e suit of P.mlm Rms vs. Valentine Jannscn the jury this morning returned a verdict for the defendant. The hearino- of the suit nt r .1 Roirers. of Moline. for 1 dflfl nn;nCi KolH.'1-t Hlackwcll, the liveryman, was begun today. A Rnn Down Condition. "I have taken Hood's si.i..,i.,.-;n. for that tired feelino- nd (rsn ! 1 it r down condition of thevsiem. I seemed to lie tired all till. tiitin HoihI's Sarsaparilht gave me relief, and has proved a great medicine to purify the blood and build up the strength." Sarah E. Peak, Virginia, Illinois. Hoods Pills are the onlv tilla t take Hood's Sarsaparilla. " Cure all I : : 1 1 liter ins. . Give tbe Children a Drink Called Grain-O. It is a delicious, ap iH'tizing, nourishing frnwl drink to take the place of coffee. Stdd by all pioi-trs aim hkcu iiy all who have used it. liecause when pronerlv nm. jjared it tastes like the finest "coffee, nil is iree irom all its injurious prop erties. Grain-O aids dio-estion n.i strengthens the nerves. It is not a stimulant, but a health builder, and children, as well as adults can Hrinir it with great benefit. Costs about one-fourth as much as coffee. 15 and 25 cents. For OTer Fifty Yean Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Svrop has been used for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 25 cents a bottle. IT IS A BITTER FIGHT Intensity of Republican Feeling Reaches the Point of Desperation. SEASLE GETS THE FIRST BLOOD. Mi ni-nlng Taper's Final Appeal to Rally Ahout the Loral Candidate and Never Chastisement of the aleshurC In truder's Antics In Xeglertlug Duty for I'olitiral FfTert. The republican factional light for th lie eollffressiOll.il indorsement In Rock Island couuty is growing in in tensity and desperation as the hour approaches for the primaries, which are to be held tomorrow. The Uniou this morning, encouraged by the first blood for Searle over in Black Hawk last night, indulges in a final rallying cry. tells the eople to look out for rascality on the part of the other fel lows tomorrow, and excises what it considers a number of tricks of the enemy already discovered. It asserts the primary law will lie upheld to the letter tomorrow and that under its strict enforcement declares that the republicans of the county are as four to one for snrl if hus given the opportunity to fairly issert themselves. Ecrieiice. hou' vcr, the moruing paper admits, has inght it that dcsiernto men will do lesiK-rate thinirs. and irives warnino- of ii incKirv nt r no tiio,i,iti.w.r n-i.;..i. : ....... .... mm t fa null II l makes bold tO sav lVillr-o U thm.nrro, eer. Desperation." it is further deUred i iunner snown "in the abandonment of his public duties bv Georo-e W. ii..; ? .. . . - -r,- - - i mice in a lime ot national stress. that he may influence the election of lelcirates to our county convention favorable to his nomination to con gress. Such an interference bv i nnn resident candidate with our nriiimri. nas never iK-en known Iiefore and it is not liked now." Kearle (lets First Itloml. Searle landed the lirst delegation to ie county convention rani nml ; Mack Hawk last nio-ht. In the cits held at the Milan town hall two delegate tickets, one in the interest of Mr. Searle and the other f: 1 Viil:l1il.t tik Mr. 1'rince for congress, were in the held. I he Searle ticket was el. I bv a vote of M to 22. The del cratis eiecieii are: l. C. Johnson. l Thacher, G. W. Smith. Willis Item. t. M. lmdall. A. U. ISrown. Frank X. l.ouse, AV. h. Icngcs and Dr. G. A. Wiggins, and are for Caldwell for treasurer and Olmsted for sheriff. Kxrorslon Rates. In addition to usual summer tour. i-t rates, which are now in effect, tin. Rock Island offers very low rates to tne many national meetings to ! held in the various i.arts of the I.'nited States this summer. If von cxnect to make a trip anywhere." lie sure to t an ai v... u. i. iv v. ticket ollice for full particulars of these low rates. All tickets good on the Rocky Moun tain limited, the finest and fastest train in the west. 1'eru Eirnrslon. Sunday Mav 22 the Rock Isl flllll route will sell' round triti tickets to 1 II, r ... ... . 1 i cru, in. ior account conven tion of licrmau ( atholic societies of Illinois. Tickets good on all regular trains that dav. Satunbi V til-Lola will lie lie sold at the rate of a fare nnd a third for the round trip. To Consumptives. Asnn honest romotltr V,.l. IT... and Tar docs not hold out false hopes in uutaiiccii stages, out truthfully claims to Hve comfort and relief iii the very worst cases, and in the early stages j.o eiieci a cure. JoUl iv T. II. Thomas. Have You Kidney Trouble? A 50 cent trial liottle of F..W Cure w ill prevent serious results from hub usnany ratal disease. Sold by T. 'i .i'i J x. Auoiuas. Patriotic Emblems I I And Souvenirs. 9 t Military Belts. "Maine" Souvenir Spo ons. Red, White and Iilue Watch Guards. Cuban Flag Pins. "Old Glory" Pins. Military Blouse Sets. j J. RAMSER, Jeweler and Optician. A. J. SMITH & SON, : : AtiENTs for : : DU;LJALL' rimauuipiua ana Dosion Face Brick Company. See Photos ,.r semi fr Sketch Book and IYiivs. We Show 58 Designs of Wood - Mantels. ar n- rii Brass and Wrought Fire Place s.-J if .-n I A. J. SMITH dc SON, 1Z3. 125 West Third Street. DAVENPORT. IT REQUIRES TO SEE THE BARGAINS In our Great Spring Stock of High Grade G.hIs. G.nmI piabty nnd honest merit are in all goods we nhow. ITni foi nily low prices are made on all we have to sell. You Can't Go Wrong When IV-causc we have just one is to give a dollar in good IIIOIICV. 4 Men's and Boys' Clothing, Hats, Caps and Gents' Furnishing Goods. The Newest Styles in Great Variety. A1-1- "Icpnrtmenis are freshly with the Most. Poi.iihir . i - "., '-""i infill-. Come to us for aiiythmg you may net'il and gel it at a price) you can afford to pay. Men's Suits ;. $ti. fC.CO and 7. .on.-n iii.iiuic oiiiiciiii io SOMMERS 1804 Second Avenue Why Are the Peoria Stoves Leaders? We offer you an entire new line of Stoves unequal! in qualitj anI prices. We call your attention to the following three leaders tbe Peoria Lexington. IUfgal Lexington and the Rival Lexington. The steady increase in sales of our IWia Stores and Ranges furnish the best of evidence that the people in general believe quality pays in Stove-.. They are nude by the very Iwst grades of new uiuterialtt. They are constantly adding all of the latest desirable improvements, making our line the reliable, as w til as the most profitable to our patrons. SUMMERS fi CO. i ni TILING AD GRATES I Iron, Trimmings of Ail Kinds, g S NO HEAD o You Buy From Us wav of doing business, and that tjuality for :i dollar of any man's i stoi k.il for the n,i nnd II. ing trade mIs made. match at the price. & La VELLE. Oas Frlee. 4L LmS Bi-aflAsaAflB Because wherever known they have a reputation for Quality, Style and Moderate Prices combined Suffi cient to make them leaders.