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We have the largest stock Id the city, and ire bound to sell, and prices are
going to make It go. '
Tainting, Graining and Paper Hanging done on short notice. All work
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at a BARGAIN
GUARDING THE BALLOT.
Mr. Hurst Intrc duces a Legislative
A Important Election Bill Pro
poaea by Rock lalanA'a Member of
the Illinois General Assembly.
Hon. E. W. Hurst. Rock Island's
member of the Illinois general assembly,
has already distinguished himself in the
deliberations of the lower branch of that
body by the introluction of an important
bill in the interest of ballot reform. Mr.
Hurst's bill was proposed yesterday and
That conventions or caucuses repre
sentiDg a politu al party polling 3 per
cent of the vote cast in the district in
which the nomination is made, may nom
inate candidates and certify the fact to
the election officer, the certificate set tins
out the name of nominee, office for which
nominated, party or principle which he
represents, erpn gsed in not more than
three words, and residence. Nomina
lions of candidates to be voted for by the
state at large n ay be made by nomtna
tion papers sigied in the aggregate by
not Icbs than 1. U K) qualified voters of the
state, tor electoral districts they may
be made by similar nomination papers
which must in no case have less than fifty
names It objections are made to these
certificates of nt mination or nomination
papers, they will be considered in the
case of state oracers by the secretarv,
auditor and attorney general, and their
decision will be final. If city officers are
concerned, then the board of registers
city clerk and solicitor will pass on them.
Up to five days before election any can
didate can, by 31ing a properly written
request, withdraw bis name. JNo notni
nation can be Ql'-d later than six days be
fore an election-
The ballots give the names of all the
candidates, thei1" residences, the office
they seek, and the name of the party to
which they belois, the names being ar
ranged in alpha jetical order under each
office. Blank soaces are left so that the
voter may write in the name of an addi
tional candidate. The ballot must be so
wide that each voter will have room to
mark on the rig it-hand side opposite the
name of those he favors an "X." These
ballots, which are provided by the state,
are furnished tc each voting place to the
number of 20) for every fifty voters
registered thers. There will also be
printed and furnished detailed instruc
tions for voters showing how the tickets
shall bo marked, etc. The list of all
nominations nude is also to be printed
and ported prior to election. The bal
lots are sent by the secretary of state to
city and town clerks and are by them
sent to the elec :ion officers, who open the
packages and t'irn the contents over to
the ballot officers. Two inspectors act as
ballot clerks and furnish the ballots to
Each polling place must be provided
with a suitable number of "voting-shelves
or compartmei ts at or in which voters
may convemen .ly mark their ballots, so
that in the mating thereof they may be
screened from 'he observance of others,
and a guardra 1 shall be so constructed
and placed tbar. only such persons as are
inside said rail can approach within six
feet of the ball t-boxes and of such vot
ing-shelves or compartments. The num
bsr of such vo' log-shelves shall not be
less than one for every seventy-five voters
qualified to vo e at such polling-place."
A mm wishing to vote trives his name
and residence to a ballot clerk, who calls
it off. and if found on the check list by
the ballot officer the man may enter the
space inclosed by the rail, when he is
given one ballot and his name is checked
off. Then he goes alone to one of the
voting shelves and makes the X marks on
his ballot. When done he folds the bal
lot so that not e of the m irks shall show,
and drops it it the box. No man must be
at a vot ng sht If at the aame time with an,
other, nor must be stay more than ten min
utes under n circumstances, and not
more than five if others Mre waiting to
vote. No voter can re enter the inclosed
space. A voter who spoils a ballot may
get another on returning the spoiled one.
AM cancelled and not used ballots are at
once sealed u;. If a man is blind he can
have an election officer assist him in
marking his t cket. that fact being certi
fied on the bark of it . If a voter marks
too many names for one particular office
his ballot shall not be counted for that
A voter who shows his ballot so as to
let it be seen how he is voting, or makes
false 8tatemerts of inability to mark his
ballot, or a m in who tries to induce a
voter before voting to show how he has
marked his ticket shall he fined from $5
to f 100. Penalties are also provided for
persons who falsely make nomination
certificates or destroy any that have been
made, who destroy ba:lots or delay their
delivery. Public officers who willfully
neglect to perform their duties are liable
to a fine of frim $1,000 to $5,000 or im
prisonment io jail for a year, or both.
Oomlnc Theatrical Attraction.
The Irish comedian, Joseph Murphy,
who is now in his twelfth season with
"Kerry Gow," will present the famous
comedy-drarr a at Harper's theatre next
Thursday evening. The Buffalo Conner
The popular Irish comedian, Mr. Jos
eph Murphy, began a week's engagement
at the Acadernv of Music lust evening,
and opened t a good house. His play
was Mr. Fred Marsden's Irish drama,
"The Kerry How." with Mr. Murphy in
the role of Dtn O'Hara. The play and
Mr. Murphy's performances are ao'famil
iar to our theatre eoers that extended
comment is scarcely called for at this
time. Mr. Murphy's brogue is as rich and
unctuous as ever, his fun is just as in
fectious, and his soua and dances are
as neat as th-y ever were. In the stronger
situations Mr. Murphy brought down
the house every time, and indeed all
through the performance he had things
pretty nearly his own way.
One of the greatest comedy successes
on the American stage is to be presented
at Turner Grand opera house, Davenport,
Sunday even ing, in the roaring comedy,
"A Postage Stamp." The Rochester
Courier rem irks:
Hayes' opera house was filled with
spectators V on day night to witness the
farce comedy, "A Postage Stamp." The
play itself was replete with jokes, songs
and ludicrous situations, following one
another so closely that the audience was
continually convulsed with laughter, and
it is aafe to say no comedy of this order
was ever so well received or made such
an instan tan sous and decided "hit" as did
"A Postage Stamp." The music fur
nisbed by tie Hussar band in the day
time and by the orchestra in the evening
was most deserving or praise, me cor
net solo bv Edward J. Nickerson was
aimply perfect. John B. Willett also
displayed considerable dexterity in play
ing the zyl ipbone, and was loudly ap
plauded. I raise ia also due the actors of
the comedy, as each one was excellent,
completely tilling his or her part.
' Bodily pains and accidents will occur
not only "ir the best regulated families,"
but everv where and at all times. There
fore keep Si J vatlon Oil convenient. Prioe
25 cents a bottle. -
PLEASING TO ICE MEN.
The Present Weather Will Continue
for several Days Aboat the Late
Signal Service Observer Fitzgerald has
advices that while there will be no radi
cal changes in the present weather, it is
likely to be colder before it is warmer
and that several days will elapse before
the mercury is forced to take an upward
shoot. This will truly be gratifying news
to the ice men who were foremost among
the classes of tradesmen who wore down
cast countenances during the uninter
rupted season of amiable weather. In
deed, save the coal men, the men whose
fortune is measured by the extent of the
ice harvest, had no particular sympa
thizers in their grief over the immovable
condition of the elements. But now tbey
are supremely happy and already they
are making bay while the sun shines, and
the Holmes street car line which
has kept the wolf away from many
a laborer's door this winter by
furnishing work is not alone as a public
benefactor. The ice men have sl&ked
out their claims upon the frozen river
wherever it is possible and have their
men hired to harvest it in.
How long this first spell of real winter
weather will continue is not known, but
A. W. Greeley, chief signal service officer
of the United States, says that it is not
likely that we will have a lite Bpring, as
is being predicted by some of our so
cailed weather prophets. A semNprivate
letter from him says:
"The significance of the unusual weath
tr conditions for the past Beven months
cau be explained only with reference to
the abnormal distribution of almosphiric
pressure over the northern hemisphere
Under the doctrine of averages we could
easily look for an open, mild winter
since the late spring and summer was
cooler than usual, and to counterbalance
the deflcency of temperature in the spring
and summer there should be an excess in
the winter just now occurring. This
however, can not be regarded as respons
ible for future prophesies, since the set
entitle use of averages can only refer to
very long periods, and can not safely be
referred to special short periods, such as
six months or a year, in case of temperas
lure and rainfall. My personal opinion
is that no one has reasonable grounds
for predicting a late spring on the simple
basis of the present winter being so far
mild and open."
The Indnotrial Homo.
The Rock Island Industrial Home asso
ciation has issued a circular announcing
the second annual fair in aid of the home
fund to be held in the Rock Island rink,
commencing Wednesday, Feb. 13, and
continuing ten days. Speaking of the
designs of the building, the circular says
it is to be used for the different labor or
ganizations, for a public hall; assembly
room for organization meetings; room
for library and reading room, and rooms
for night schools. It needs no argument
to convince one of the great benefit this
would be to the working men and
women of Rock Island. The associa
tion makes the following account of the
proceeds of the fair held last win
ter: "The net rex'ipls wero $2,249.73;
$2,000 of this sum is in the Moline Sav
ings bank, drswing 4 per cent interest.
$249 78 is on deposit in the People's
National bank, Rock Island. With a gen
erous support and encouragement, by
their patronage, from the public, we hope
to have a fund lanre enough to start build'
ing operations in the spring, if a suitable
location can be found. In order to ac
complish this most desirable object, it
has been decided by the various labor or
ganizations to hold a second grand iudus
trial fair to aid the fund for that pur
The general committee is composed of:
L. A 800. Albert Owen, Sam Webb,
Philip Theibert, James Marsh.
Iron Moulders. F W Blocklinger,
Hamlin Hull, John Read, Albert John-.
Carpenters' Union. M W Battles,
Chas. Strupp, A Anderson, Melville Par
Cigarmakers' Union Wm. Bleuer, H
Cargill, H J Hor3t, R Geiger.
Switchmen's M A A--T A Pender. J
O Logan, Frank Weigand, John Pender.
1657 K ot L James W Cavanaugb, Ed
Burriil, Michael Sexton, John Spellman
Printer's Union T F Wheelan, P H
Philebar, Chas A-Mulack, W T Drips
2521 K of L Jos Geiger, J J Alberry,
A H Hampton. Chas Johnson.
Tailors' Union Axel Erickson, Lewis
Englin, Joseph Grotegut, John A Teske
The following members of the general
committee have been appointed to solicit
gooda, wares, merchandise or money, and
also to rent space for exhibition : Ham
lin Hull, Frank Weigand, John Pender,
Wm. Bleuer, A. Anderson, H. J. Horst,
Charles Strupp, Meyille Parker, R.
Geiger, James Marsh. J. W. Cavanaugb,
J. O. Logan. Mr. J. W. Cavanaugb. is
president, and T. F. Wheelan secretary.
The Inapeetlnc Committee.
The special committee of the Council
Bluffs city council, composed of Mayor
M. F. Rohrer and Aldermen J. P.
Weaver and P. Lacy and Mr. J. A. Mc
Waid, of Atlantic, arrived in Rock Island
last evening and were taken in charge by
Manager Johnston, of the Rock Island
County Brush Electric Light company.
After inspecting the works aid system of
the Brush company for public and pri
vate illumination, they were tendered a
reception in the parlors of the Rock Isl
and house, where tbey were called upon
by a number of the city aldermen. La
ter they were driven to Davenport, where
they inspected the electric street railway
and the Hawkeye motor arrangement.
This morning a visit was paid to the isl
and of Rock Island, and this afternoon
the committee became the guests of Rock
Island again, making a trip out to the
Mayor Rohrer last evening presented
an Abqus representative with a very
pretty photographic souvenir of Council
Bluffs, which shows the city to be pro
gressive and abreast with the times in all
matters of public appearance and im
provement. - ,
The bay trotting horse Billy, lately
owned by Mr. Sharp Silvia; an open side
bar speeding buggy; harness, and Port
land speeding gutter, all as good as new,
will be sold at W. J. Kerr's livery stable
on Saturday. Jan. 18, at 8 p. m. to the
highest bidder. The horse Is 10 years old.
A No. 1 road horn, safe, soand and
THE FARMERS' INSTITUTE.
An Intereatlnc Sfeetinc at Port Byron
Yentrrday flicera Elected.
The second annual meeting of the
Rock Island County Farmers' Institute
was held at Port Byron yesterday. Pres
ident Henry 8addoris presided. There
were three sessions, the exercises being
opened by prayer by Rev. A. Harper, of
Port Rvron. followed bv an address of
welcome by Dr. Morgan. The first sub
ject tiken up was "Corn Culture," op- ned
by Jesse Dailey, of Coe. followed by Tho
mas Heath, Samuel Swishtrand others
The election of officers then took place,
with the following result:
President Thomas Campbell. 8outh
Secretary S. G. Heath, Bowling.
Treasurer E. N. Hollister, Port By
Executive committee Henry 8&ddons,
of Coe: L. D. Edwards, of Hampton,
Fred Oaborn. of Zur:: John Wilson, of
Rural, and Robert Montgomery, of Edg
The subiect of "Butter" was then in
troduced by County Superintendent J.
H. Southwell, the discussson being en
tered into by Geo. Lorue. E. N. Hollister
and others. This closed the afternoon
session, at the close of which the hospit
able people of Port Byron entertained the
visitors for the evening meal, as they had
done at dinner time.
In the evening the subiect of "Hog
Raising and Hog Cholera" was taken up
and a general discussion entered into, led
by John 8cball, of Coe.
The executive committee then deter
mined to hold a meeting iu Rock Island
one week from tomorrow to arrange for
an institute in the lower end of the coun
ty this winter. "
Fine turkeys and chickens at May's.
Neuftochel cheese at C. C. Truesdale's.
Spinach, lettuce and parsley at May's
Fresh cues 18 cents per dozen at
Genuine maple sugar at C. C. Trues
Fresh cocoanuts and fine bananas at
Two rooms for rent. Enquire ofJas
Choice chlcktns and turkeys at C. C.
Oranges. 25 cents per dozen, at C. C.
Eaes 17 cents per dozen at C. C
Three pounds of home made mince meat
for 25 cents at Mav's.
A fresh lot Edam cheese just received
at C. C. Truesdale's.
Rooms for rent, furnished or not; ren
low to right parties. Address Z.
Capt. C. YV. Durham will return from
Hot Springs, Ark., in a few days.
Miss Julia Murphy has returned from
a three months' visit to Kansas City.
1 be rink will be open lor skating on
Friday evening. Admission 10 cents.
A prepratory service will be held in the
Central Presbyterian church tonight when
the pastor will preach.
Mr. D. Mowry, of Cable, was in the
city today, and made the Anocs a pleas
Mr. Joseph Heath, of Taylor Ridge,
has moved his family and effects to Mar
cus, Cherokee county, lows, his future
Fred Titterington and E. C. Cavett, of
Edgington, and 'Squire Zimmerman, of
Cordova, were at the Rock Island house
Mr. Joseph G ask ell, of Minneapolis,
has gone to New York to take a steamer
for a visit to the scenes of his childhood
Mr. John Black, of Pennsylvania, and
Miss Katharine Clark, of Rock Island,
were married by Rev. A. B. Meldrum
Capt. A. J. Whitney, who returned
from Memphis last night, has received a
contract for $100,000 worth of work in
the Vicksburg harbor.
For sale A handsome lot on the cor
ner of second avenue and Ihirteentb
street, in whole or in part. Will be
sold cheap as the owner wishes to leave
Everything going without regard to
cost goods must be sold. Sizes badly
broken, but still there are great bargains
to be had at Robinson & Taliaferro's
Alderman C. W. Negus yesterday sold
two fine standard bred McGregor fillies,
two and four years old, to Mr. Ed Knell,
of Carthage, Mo., for a good cash con
sideration. Misses Blanche Howey and Grace Fry-
singer will give a matinee at 1708 Second
avenue tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock
for the benefit of St. Luke's hospital.
Admission ten cents.
Gus G. Smith will raffle a fine horse
and buggy off at Schwecke's saloon to
morrow night. There are 160 one dollar
chances on the rig, a few of which Mr.
Smith still holds, which may be bad of
him by application at Schwecke's saloon.
The mayor of Davenport has appointed
Sherman Perry, the well known horseman
of this city, driver of the new patrol
wagon over there, and the Democrat'
Gazette says: "It Is a good selection for
the place. 'Sherm lovea good horses
knows bow to make them 'go' without
danger to themselves. There will be
lively answering to calls."
The celebrated Black Hawk spring
water will be delivered to any part of the
city commencing April 1, at following
rates: For family use, cooking and
drinking, six months, 75 cents per month;
single month, $1 per month; single
bucketful, 5 cents; two buckets, 8 cents;
three buckets, 10 cents; four buckets, 12
cents. Please leave all orders at Abocs
office before February 20.
In a fatal wreck on the C., M. & St. P.
road near Racine Wednesday night, J A
Flack, the engineer, was scalded to such
an extent that he died from the results,
and Wm. Brubaker, the fireman, was in-
stantly killed, both of whom were well
known to railroad men in Rock Island,as
tbey formerly ran into this city. Flack
lived at Elkhorn and Btobaker at Free-
Subscribe for the Dally Argus. .
Dlir racing Ken.
Distressing news to a great many in
Rock Island was conveyed by a tele-
gam receivel this afternoon, which
wis to the effect that Mrs. S. F. Cooke
died at a private sanitarium near Mil
waukee this morning. The esteemed
lady went there about three weeks since
for treatment for nervous prostration.
She was sixty-seven years of age, and
leaves with her bereaved husband, Jus
tice Cooke, four children. Miss Mattie,
teacher in the public schools of Daven
port, Miss Bella, teacher in the Rock Isl
and schools, Deputy County Clerk J. K
Cooke and Miss Ada Cooke.
Attention Sir Knight Important,
There will be a special conclave of
Evans' Commander? No. 18, K. T. to
morrow evening at half past 7 o clock.
All Sir Knights are earnestly requested
to be present to make arrangements to
attend the funeral of our late aeceasea
Sir Knight, W. P. Blackeston, of Gen
eseo, 111. By order of
II. C. Cleaveland, E. C.
R. C. WriLEHTOW. Recorder.
Third Annual Pall.
St. John's Mannerchoir of this city will
give their third annual ball at Turner
hall, on Saturday evening, January 19,
Music by Bleuer's orchestra. Geo.
Stroehle, prompter. Admission 50 cents.
Ladies free. Supper extra. A cordial
invitation is extended to the public.
O. A. Stiil. - Manager.
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
Thursday, Jan. 24th
The Dlstiogntahf d trlfh Comedian and Vo
In the late Fred. tar9den'e Greateit of all
lrieh Dramas, the
Piayed by him with onparalled succrss lor It
c nfeonttve es n- in a 1 the principal cities and
leaning th'tre io Americ.
A Comedy Drama without equal," preentine
not only rralittic picture of life aud love In the
bmerald ale, t nt an every day tale In every land,
Supported by the talented young leading
and carefnllv seleced Pramatic Companv.
T KICKS ?5. 50. 75c and fl.OO: reserved eeat!
to be had at Clemanu & Salzmann'a three daya in
Turner Grand Opera House
Matinee and Evening,
SUNDAY, JAN.. 20, 1889.
A Dav of Eniovment!
A Night of Laughter
The Great Musical Farce-Con edr,
A Postaae Stamp!
Undi-r the manneemc nt of D. J. Sprague.
The t nnniect play ever writteu; reple.e with
Fiiurine dcncl e and cnecialties. which awaken
apo anse, ad m Ira ion and soul-stirring langhter
A comedy with a Plot in this plot situations in
thece situations laueh er. which, as the Dlot and
situations thicken, developea into one continuous
Our Famous Black Hussar Bandl
Magnificently n- iform"d and eleeantly equipped
renutrini( in un e quisue manner a class or
music never oetore atten ptrd hy any like
organization, under the leadership of
tdwari K X.ckerson.
Concert from 1 :10 to 1 :S0, and from 7 to 7:80 in
In the evening, f rices as usua ; seals on sale
and a full line of
C, C. Taylor
Uader Rock Island Uoaae.
WE OFFER FOR SALE
Important Points are:
Interest la 7 per cent net to Leader.
We collect Interest without cbarg.
Sd. Loans offered are eomulete and Investor
ftets bis papers at once.
4tb. We examine the records annually for de
linquent tes on lands covered by our mortgagee.
6th. Oar agent Inspect each farm before we
make a loan on it.
6th. We make a specialty of Farm Loans.
Tth. No pains or expense spared by as to make
our Daftness as eare lor oar clients as experience,
good faith and skill can make it
8th. Investors can be supplied with loans for
V km ana upward, . . -Call
or write for circular. .
H. M. HEULEY, Attorney,
Booms 80, 81, 88 Masonic Temple,
Bear inventory is again approaching at
It is hard work but it must be done. All piece
goods must be unrolled, measured and re-rolled.
Dresa goods, flannels, table linens and even rib
bons and laces must go through the unwinding
and winding up process. Hosiery, gloves, un
derwear and notions of all kinds must ba count
ed. The less goods in stock the quicker the
work is done. Cash can be couuted much quick
er than goods can be measured, so Mcintire Bros,
inaugurate a DISCOUNT SALE for this week.
12 1-2 Per Cent
or 1-8 will be deducted from the bottom of every bill amount
ing to and over $1.00 domestics excepted. This discount ap
plies to every department, dress goods. Bilks, table linens, nap.
kins, hosiery, corsets, gloves, uuderwear every department
but the domestic. From price of all cloaks
25 PEE CEJSTT
will be deducted, plush sacques excepted. Muslins, ticks and
all domestics at lowest prices.
Hock Tsland. Illinois.
J. B ZIMMER
No. 1810 Second avenue, is receiving daily his stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
of the latest patterns. Call and examine them and remem
ber that he makes his suits up in the latest styles.
HIS PRICES AEK IXTW.
We are possibly overstocked with
and have decided to hold prices down to the Lowest
Summer schedu e. In doing so we do not realize actual
cost to-day. We have the Blight, Clean Scranton
White Ash and the Purest LEHIGH Mined in Amer-'
ica. Go to our Yards, Fourth and Front streets, Daven
port, la., and see the Handsomest Coal in the market.
J. S. "WYLIE,
Telephone, No. 1. Masonic Temple. Xo 1.
New Elm Street Grccery
DANQUARD & BROWNER
IT-LOXTE, AND FEED
Family Groceries and Provisions,
They solicit a share of the trade and will make prices as low
as the lowest. Telephone connections.
GIVE THE NEW FIRM A TRIAL.
H. D. FOLSOM,
West Side Market Square,
Has the larges Dining Room in the trhcities seating capacity 250 persons.
25 cents buys a good wholesome meal
25 cents pays for a nights' lodninz in clean beds.
City Boarders at reasonable rates.
P. S. All must come sober. C. D. GORDON. Proprietor.
Pure Kentucky Bonrlion $1.75 per Gallon
KQHN & ADLER'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK. : : ; ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
(TSend for Price List. P. O. Box 82.
KidnBT astl Liver Fills
War the ears of Urn, EUhwy. Blood aid Btuia
aeh diseases. These celebrated p Us sre f sst tak
ing the place of the more expensive reeaedtes for
kidne end Uvrr complaints, and an far repartee,
more earUv takes, and in fact are the best thing
ever tntiodBced for
for an diseases of the kidneys
and liver, sick headache, pain Is
the hack and
Me. hrartDam. fnawtnc and heroine pains at the
pit of the stomach. reUowskia, coated tnoa-ne,
comlnc ep of the food after eating, inflammation
of the kids? I. gravel, etc, and as a family pin
tbey feav no eqasi. aadshosud be kept is trmj
LiirecUcost For sfek headache, two or three at
bedtime : for dvapapsia, one every day before
dinner; for disorder ot the Meya, two, two or
three tfaaes week entil relieved; for disorders
of the Uar,aatl hnWio rasas, three or tow sa re-
GIVE THEM ATRIAL.
NONE EQUAL THEM
The proprietor will forward them to any Mi nee
by mall, e reealpt of price.
25 Cts a Bottle.
Second avenue, Rock Island.
ROCK ISLAND, ILLS.
Cures Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Croup
Whooping Cough, Spitting of
Blood and all Diseases
of the Lungs.
One trial is a 1 that is necessary to eoovinee
yon that it la Ihe beat Cough Remedy made, eo
next time you bsve a tough or cold, call and get
Price 10. 25 and 50 cents.
Call for circular containing testimonials.
T. H. Thomas.
K. B. Above roods shipped to any address oa
receipt at the prioe.
1401 Second Avenue.