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CITY-TOWXSIUP ELECTION 0iICE.
Notice Is hereby (riven that on Tuesday the
wventh day of April. 0891, in the city of Rock
Island, an election will be held for the follow
ing officers to-wit:
One Mayor for two years.
One City Clerk for two years.
One City Attorney for two years.
One Alderman in the First ward for two years.
One Alderman in the Second Ward for two
One Alderman In the Third Ward for two
One Alderman in the Pourth Ward for two
One Alderman in the Fifth Ward for two
One Alderman in the Sixth Ward for two
one Alderman in the Seventh Ward for two
Two Assistant Supervisors for two years.
One Assessor f r ono year.
One Collector forone'year.
Which election will be open at 8 o'clock in the
morning and continue open until 7 o'clock In
the afternoon of that day.
Kcjristcrinir and voting will be done at the
usual voting places in each ward
City ami Town Clerk
Dated March it 1S!U.
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PROUD OE THEIR TICKET.
Democracy Everywhere Rejoices
in the Nominees.
And .tinny Itepnbltean Kxpre Sat
isfaction With the Candi
date The Aldermen.
TnE Argcs Las spoken of the demo
cratic municipal ticket at the forthcoming
e'ection, and of the popular feeling with
which it is received on every hand. The
same cordial endorsement is shown the
aldermaoic and township nominees with
out exception, and it ia therefore with a
sense of pride and gratification that the
party enters upon the sprins campaign.
The aldermanic nominee in the First
ward is Martin Weinberger the well
known ice dealer. He has resided in
Rock Island since 1S68, comirs? here then
from Madison, Wis. For 10 years he
held positions of responsibility at Rock
Island Arsenal, and where his faithfulness
and industry won him the confidence of
his employers. Six years he served in the
employ of Ignatz Huber and for a year
he was in the empioy of Rib!e fc Stengel.
Mora recently he has been in the ice bus
iness, first with Oao. Lambert, ana the
past two seasons on his own account.
The same conscientious regard for duty
will characterize his service as an alder
man, and that is the reason he will be
E. L McCartney, the democratic can
didate for alderme ' in the Second ward,
is carpenter by trade, atd is very pop
ular with all who know him. He ha9
lived in Rack Island a great many years,
and ia composed of the material such as
will make an excellent alderman.
Daniel Corken. the Third ward alder
man, is a candidate for re-election. Dan
has already served four jears in the
council altogether, and his record has
been that of a careful, faithful alderman,
alwajs present at the meetings and tever
failing ia the dulies imposed upon him,
though his position on some of the most
important committees hs exacted much
of his time. Ilts wa3 bora au i raised in
Rock Island and he will be returned this
year by a larger nnjority than ever.
In the Fourth ward Albert II uesicg is
the nominee, and a more fortunate choice
could not have been ra tde. He is one of
the rising and energetic young business
men of Rock Island, being at present en
gaged in the insurance business. He was
for a number of years assistant cashier
at the People's National bank and has
always proven himself competent in tie
discbarge of every responsibility imposed
Alexander McDonald is the Fifth ward
nominee. He is a car repairer for the C ,
R. I .& P. road.h&s livedin the ward many
years and has always taken an interest in
public matters and business. He is the
laboring man's candidate and will there
fore be elected.
The Sixth wrd nominee is Thoms.8
Donahue, the popular conductor on tLe
Rock Island road. He is oae of the roost
popular men in the wird and is highly
es'.eemed all over the city wherever he is
Known. He will be elected by a hand
some majority and make a No. 1 a!der
All. J. Larkin who was unani
mously renominated in the Seventh ward
will, of course, be elected. He has made
one of the most efficient and popular al
derman that has ever sat in the council
chamber. He has guarded well the in
terests of his constituents and his vote
and voice have been recorded on the side
f all movements looking to the city's
l.i nt interests.
THE WIDOW WINS.
A Mnrh Talkr4 at Sloline I'a. the
Oateronth of I'avins I'omplirat iodm,
The celebrated Thompson dower case
of Moline was settled yesterday by a large
portion of the 13 I or more defendants
agreeing to pay Mrs. Thompson the sum
of $2,800, provi led the complainant re-li-tt-es
them from further litigition by
giving all who contribute to the f and a
quit claim deed.
Hon. H. A. Ainsworth, on the advice
of the attorneys for the defense Messrs.
Curtis, Sweeney and Walker got the
signatures of neatly all the property
holders to the agreement, and met Attor
ney George W. Wood at the latter's of
fice, when the papers were passed, prao
tic illy bringing the celebrated case to a
The dower claim, which was repre
sented by Attorneys Wood and Lewis,
involves the title to 52 acres of land in the
First ward of Moline, which is the most
densely populated part of the city. In
1?36 Rev. James Thompson, a Methodist
preacher, preempted the tract in question,
on which most of the west part of Moline
is now located. In 1844 he conveyed the
property to one Burrows without the con
sent of his wife. Caroline Thompson, the
present complainant. Rev. Thompson
died in Moline in 1877. The land had
passed through various hands and from
time to time hsd been platted nd sold in
The terms of the settlement are that
$1,400 is to be paid the first of May,
$700 the first of July, and the remaining
$700 the first of October next, together
with the court costs.
mil? pap it i puntpi)
The Grand Palmer Demonstration
Graphically Pictured .
Bad Kflcct on the Rock Inland Connty
Kemitor-Oeneral Slews From
thereat ofKtate Govern
ment. SntiXGFiELD. March 27. -Special
Correspondence. Despite all the boyish
fun the republicans are having over the
fact that the democrats didn't prevent
the rain on last Wednesday night so that
their programme might be fully carried
out, the affair was one of the most inspir
ing kind ever seen in the west. The full
accounts that have been published in the
Chicago and other papers were lacking in
one thin; they made no attempt to
paint tire discomfiture of the republicans.
Perhaps it was charity, perhaps in the
hurry of writing, it was overlooked, but
in any case it was impossible to do jus
tice to tl.e subject, and therefore they re
mained hilent, just as did the man who
was tempted to swear in the most out
rageous way, but the provocation was too
overwhelming. Thty swore the neatest(
new fast ioned oaths all day long, from
the time the engine numbered 101
brought in its happy load etrly in the
morning, until the rain that gave them
comfort began to fall in the evening.
They scowled and bit their lips-and said
they wished the whole blessed party was
be-sheokd, and other sweet things like
thnt. But the party that wouldn't be
sheoled f-wept on in the ioyous, charac
teristic v ay and paid no heed to the low
ering looks and sulphurous epithets of
their dUconsolate opponents. This was
the way liVtrjthing went till the after
noon exercises at the hall tf
representative. There they sank
into solt-mn, sullen silince. What do
they con.e for? Why, they couldn't htlp
it. It was gall and wormwood to listen
to the scathing denunciation of them
selves by the eloquent orators present but
they bort; it because they were there, and
net to go would be like being
thrown into an angry, swollen river and
try to swim against the current. The
splendid marching clubs, the most rapt
urous music, the great crowds swelling in
proportif n as they passed each corner on
the way to the state house, the shouts of
joy and the happy, radiant faces who
could res st joining such a chcering.song.
ful concourse even if it brought them to
gaze upoa the open grave newly dug for
tneir interment. Democracy was in the
air. It permeated everywhere. It as
scendedto the clouds; it brought hope
and happiness and sunshine and freedom;.
In addition to listening to the bluster
ing utteiancee of such men as Gen.
Biack and Judge Hunter, of Paris, not to
speak of the calmer and not less pointed,
nor thrilling words of the others, these
sad and sorrowful defeated ones faced
THE MOLINE WAGON.
MOUSE, I 111,
Manulicturers of FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAGONS
INCORPORATED UNDER THE THE STATU LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open daily from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.. and Saturday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock.
Five per cent interest paid on Deposits. Monev loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
E. P. RIYNOLD. Pre. n. DBNKM ANN. Vlce-Pres. i. M. BCTORD, Canbler.
P L. Xi'cbtill, B P. Reynolds. P. C. Deikmanr,. John Crnbaneh. C. P. Lyndc.
J. J. Re oners, L. Simon, E. W. Hart. J. M. Bnford.
Iackson & Hraier, Solicitors.
f?WWHl beirtn !SiMn!s Jul 8. 183. snd will occnoy nsnkiuz room wtth Mitche'l ft Lynda
until nei bank is completed.
See the Stylish Display
SPRING MILLINERY GOODS.
The finest ever shawn in the City, at
MISS C. HAAS
Successor to Miss Petersen, No. 1T23 second avenue. Rock Island.
The veiy latest stylos in patterns, hats, tionnets. ribbons, laces and fancy goods.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
TS OBGNT & ADLER,
Removal to 219 Seventeenth Street
C. J. W. SCHRELNER,
Contractor and Builder,
1121 and 1124 Fourth arense. Residence 1119 Fourth avenue.
Plans and specifications furnished on all classes of work ; also agent of Willer's Patent laakle
Sliding Blinds, something new, stylish and desirable.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
and listened to the Shelbyville Olee club.
composed of five robust aad stalwart
singers, whose volume of sound made the
chandeliers rattle. They were accom
panied by an organ and were elevated on
a plane with the clerk's desk . The songs
were gotten up for the occasion and tuch
songs! Nearly every phase of the polit
ical situation, both national ard
state, was given an opportunity to be
heard and that vast audience went wild.
Even some of the republicans forgot their
captivity for the moment and laughed
with the others. It was noticed that
Statesman Crawford of your district, did
not laugh. He never even smiled. Is
there any warm, human blood in that
man's veins. His bands were clasped in
front of bim and he played with his
thumbs. He is a living example of that
new pastime, tidilely winks, and yet the
people of your senatorial district thought
they were honoring themselves when they
sent him here. Or did they Or was it
a case similar to that of the girl who
married the man to get rid of him?
Truly it was a disappointment for the
riin to prevent the carrying out fully the
programme prepared, but so much had
been accomplished during the day and in
such an excellent manter that content
ment rested upon every brow. Mr. D.
P. Phelps expressed the idea that he had
seen a great number of jollifications, but
none ever equalled the one we had here.
Legislation will now get under way and
be pushed rapidly along. Some of the
members are homesick with the grip.
F. J. D.
I have been a grett sufferer from dry
catarrh for many years, and I lri d many
remedies, tut none did me so much ben
efit as Elj's Cream Balm. It completely
cured me. M. J. Lally. 39 Woodward
avenue, Boston Highlands. Mass.
J. M. UEAKDSLEY.
ATTORNEY AT LAW-Offlce with -J. T. Ken
worthy, 1T6 Second Avenue.
JACKSON & HCIIST,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office In Rock I.laod
National Bank Building. Rock Inland, III.
C. L. WALK la.
SWEENEY & WALKER.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
OBce in Bengy ton's Mock. Rock Islacd. 111.
McENIRT & McEMRV,
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan money on eond
ecnrity,make collections. Reference. Mltch
ell A Lynde. bankers. Offloe In Poptofllf block.
FOR SALE EVERY EVENING at Crampton's
News Stand. Five cents per copy.
WM. 0. KULP.D, D,S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Rooms 96,97, 28 aad 2,
Take Elevator. DAVENPORT. IA.
Three little people just
Leaif2ir to worfc to by rule . GxROct..
"Hitfkfci'icj c?e sc coes SELL
"Mirji fyis rule" sfc QxclajCJ Hta ClI
''If vify drl (ow foc)j urd cope. Cnj) 3 q A P
KJAiRBANK k Od. Chicago.
Successor to Adamson k Ruick,
Shop Nineteenth St., bet.
General Jobbing and Repairing promptly done.
t8econd Hand Machinery bought, sold and repaired
CUAS. W. YERBURY. Manner.
nl. e. m:tjrrhst,
Choice Family Groceries II
Cor. Third nTenue and Tweaty-fint St.. Kock l-' jf
A nrstlass stock of Groceries Ut will b
pat o naps solicited.
House and Sign Painter.
rirst-claM Ooinlnf and Papr IlMnrt&c. Shop Fourth A.swt. tl it and Wfl 8U.
P.Boe67I. ROCK IfiU0
l?ome fron? school all
DAVIS & CO.,
A cor.j lrtr t.k of
Pipe, Urass Oootls, Packing
Ho. Fire Brick. Etc
" ye Aj tu for
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBR1CA10RS
W FIT'3U" erfT or r-rcct. and w.!l m n i o t
Twenty day t tr.sl. lo rtrpucr.Ke -arur.
fety Hestinj; Bo;'.tT aad CVatrsctort.
furaishing asJ jlne Water, aad
1712 Pirst An
Hick Is'.aad. i::inou
Telephone Ua. Residence Tele; c cc IT
Rock Island, 111.
First and Second Avenue,
AJID DEALER 15
Wrought and Cast Iron and La3 Pir
Hose, Packing, Sewer and Drain TiU
Steam and Gas Fixtures
J" Best work at fair rrice. Estimates furaisUd
Office and shop 219 19th S: Ttle; hf cc Wi
Rock Island, 111.
Goods received by
CALL AXD KXAMIM.
COMPLETE IX ALL
FOR CATALOtiCE.'t ADDKE'
J. C. DUNCAN.
Davenpcrt. I '
told at lowest liTtrg pricos. A bare " i" '
L. Ua. Pums as4