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AggUB, WEDNESDAY A P HIL G,
h the method - and results when
up of Fi3 is taken; it is pleasant
refreshing to tht aste, and acts
;ly yet promptly on the Kidneys,
a auJ Bowels, cleanses the sys-;
effectually, dispels colds,' bead
(5 and fevers and cures habitual
juration. Syrnp of Figs is the
I remedy of its kind ever pro
jtJ, pleasing to the taste and ac
Sable to the stomach, prompt in
Wtion and truly beneficial in its
rts, prepared only from the most
thy ami agreeable substances, its
iv exeellent qualities commend it
ill and have made it the most
hilar ri'ineily known.
nip of J: lgs is for sale in 50c
$1 bottles by all leading drug-
Any reliable druggist who
not have it on hand will pro-
' it promptly lor any one wno
ire to try it. T)o not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
I 4 rRACISCO, C4.
fcflfWrfftf r If - nu V
W1ST ONE WAY.
The Republicans Have the Best of
estf rday'8 Election.
While the DtBnrrals &ine ib
eral Kealta, Tiy Hake Valas
la ti aa- ef the Waraa.
T. B. FElDY.
LOTS FOR SALB.
lunibiT of choicf lot located on Seventh
f.ti Elm Ktrret now on sale. Can be
it a v;ry low fliiu ; e on Ions time. Splendid
fV.nn for a residence. Call and aee as before
Fire Iiurcrarice a Specialty.
803 Second Avenue, upstairs.
Inscribe lor Stock
In the Second series ol the
!ome Building and Loan Asso-
iation, of Uock Island.
A safVr and better investment
ian Government Bonds, be
iuae the loans are made only
fpoB established values and it
jays more than three times as
Huch interest besides -the
jmount invested and the profits
mn be withdrawn at any time.
oney toanea at lowest rates.
R. A. DONALDSON, Becretary.
jtmci. Riom 8. 4. 8 and 8 Masonic Temple.
; -''4. .. i'g'MZ' P
Tbe electioi , like the canvass that pre-
ceded it, was one of the quietest in tke
city's history. While the general results
were con trarj to democratic hones, sod as
much of a surprise, no doubt, to repub
licans as anyliody, the democrats, never
theless, made gratifying gains. To be
sure tbey lot t the banner ward for the
first time sincu some time before the city
was redistricu d, and lost it everwhelm
ingly, but tley made decided (tains on
tbe -township ticket over a year ago. and
with the exception of theThird,
held their own as compared with a year
ago in the d Cerent wards. They re
tained their seat in the council for tbe
Second ward, captured an alderman in
tbe Fourth, and lost one in tbe Seventh.
Of the nine aldermen elected,
six of tbe vacancies to be filled had keen
previously occupied by republicans if we
give aldermac Evans to the republicans,
which can hardly be dene either, in view
of that gentle nan's expressed opinion of
ttie results this morning and the returns
show thai, loc king at the matter in this
wy, the democrats have in fact lost real
ly but one aldermnn. ;
Tbe tidal wave which struck the party in
tbe Third ward seems almost inexplicable,
although Mr L'nyd realized that he
h .d a strong and desperate combination
to face from tie fi i s '. . He realized the
fact that tbe epublicans bad concentra
ted all tbeir e.'Iorts in this ward, bad Bade
it a particular field of endeayor and bad
created a speiil campaign fund to win
tbe day. Democrats were for some rea
son not as enthusiastic as tbey should
have been, and the stay-at-home vote is
in no small degree responsible for the re
verses suffered yesterday. Mr. Lloyd
made a brave fight it mav be said
single-banded, but he was "not in it a
little bit" whin the ballots were counted.
In the Second and Fourth wards, where
Henry Kinner and Valentine Dauber are
tbe respective victars, the democracy woi
splendid victtriea. In the Fifth the re
sults were surprising to many and
Mr. Mayer made a run of
which he should feel proud in
view of the ratter mixed up condition of
affairs in the ward, and the fact that Mr.
Evans attnbu es his vote as much to
democratic sup part as anything else, is
an indication of what might have hap
pened had tht party supported Mr Mayer
solicly. Tbt fact that Mr. Kennedy
pulled through by only tbe skin af bis
tseth in tbe Sixth, whereas he had 33
minority two years 8 go, shows the demo
crats were on the move for the long term
alderman there yesterday although. Mr.
Scbroeder wo 1 the short term iseat by
figures that will not be apt to be disputed'
Tbe Australian ballot system, as stated
yesterday, gave great satisfaction ta all
parties, notwithstanding that the closing
of the polls at 5 o'clock lost to many
workmen their right to vote, and this told
on the democratic returns. It was a
chilly day too, and tbe democrats were
defeated. The results are appended:
THE TOWNSHIP TICKET.
rr iaj i wm - a Ji i :
Best Line of
AHPETS AND FURNITURE
And tae largest and beat Hne of
IX TIIE TUREE CITIES.
G. 0. HTTPTTHT A TTTiT
1809 and 1811 Second Ave.
China, elasB. lamns and
That meana everything vou
on your table, except linen,
fU I don't keep.' , f
Jn all I have. I trv tr learl.
in pricea and quality;, not
cWn no V V t i.
' uo iiaoii, uui
at a reaaoaable price. : v
iou .interested . in
toons ? ' ' ' ' ' " 1 "
Q. M. LoosucTi
i : & s
; s t v e.!
Geo B Browner
Geo LaninnI I)..
Peter Phillur D.
A C Petersen K.
ttias W Moiz R
J U Cleiund It..
I. C BlandlngD.
Wm Gamble R..
I ! I I
147 ir7 1H6 OH
4) Ui-Z 167 ItiS
181M I4.W 157; 157
184 8111175,190 m
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1701 W, Jtn-t
lWMtia.Tlftri 17' W'll'l
... Ml 981".I7 174 177,157, 79, 1133
.. Iisa 197 810'lltt 20i 2nc'l4m
On the ten nship ticket the democrats
were particularly unfortunate, for never
has tbe par y presented more capable
candidates, bat the results clearly dem
onstrate that ly voters, fitness and e3N
cietcy were not taken into censid.i
alion as regards all the candidates on tbe
township ticlet. For assistant super
visor George I anont comes out at the top
of tbe heap with flying colors, while Peter
Pnilebr is, from all indications, also elec
ted assistant supervisor. lie bag a tie
vote with that of Mr. Peterson, while if
there 'is an investigation in '.the Third
ward It is likely not only to gjve him a
majority, but reduce the republican fig
ures there en ihe alderman and other can
THE A .DERMANIC TICEST
First Ward James Downing, D. 135;
a F. Bldel, R. 19358. if
Second Ward Heary Kinner, D.- 233;
J. A.. Oenung R. 17657.
Tbirrl Ward R. C Lloyd. D. 152; E
G . Fickenecht r, R 258 106. f
Fourth Wa d Valentine Dauber, D.
103; S. J Collins, R 17517.
Fifth Wanl Uohn Mayer. D.1 180;
Charles Evans; R. 800 2 J.
Sixth Ward -J. F. Dindinger, D.178;
William Kennedy, R. 1835. To fil
vacancy, Frank Weigand, D. 132; W. F.
8chroederkR. 224-J2, , J -
rvehtb Ward. HKerr. D-125; A.
E Nelson. R. 15126 To fill vacancy.
J W. Lawhetid, Di1 79; E. H. Guyer,
R. 198 119. , . ,, ,
" ' - tetni.
Assistant av pervisora, Neis Peterson. P.
952: Fiank 8chrader,P.593; L F Cralle,
R, 986; Thoau Jenkins, R, 1,042- As
sessor, H. P. Ellis. P. 886: C C. Waters.
fR. 961. Colteciar. N. W. Smith, P, 748;
n. w : Hvde,' K, 688. The aldermanic
ticket rasalted: Fh-st ward. Henry Sei
ner. P, 126; Charles 8undin. JR. 126 a
tia. - Second ward, John Llndgren, P.
151; C L Grimes, R, 1501. Third
ward, George Chadwick, P a ad R.' 288
Fourth ward. A 8. Wright. P. 10 L. D
Dunn, R. 198 90: to ill vacancy; A. Al
timis, P 90; C. H Perrin, 10190 Fifth,
ward, Peter Nelson, P. 157; EL M. An
derson, R. 95 56. Sixth ward, W. . A.
McBeth, P. 175; N. P. Nelson. R. 86
189 Seventh ward. E. T. Chaney, P.
112; Charles R d :lius.R; 10210. .
.. OfJTStrtK TnU'vaorva
uyuvu ..uvs i.-iiiu owg dot:, j.vt.
Field.- D. 112; Knot. R 84., Assessor.
Lukeis. D il24; Sears. B, Ca. Collector.
Tohe, D. 105; Dack; R. 92. 8treet com
missioner, Raithel, Dv92; ifarr. R. 104
Justice of tbe peace. TToward, D, 103;
Dexter, R 87; Constable. "Gardner, D,
112; Walton. R, 82 The proposition to
let cat fie run at large waa defeated by a
vote of 88to48 - .'
South Moline Supervisor, James Has
on; P, 183; John Lodine R 109. "Town
cleik, T M Leitig, P. 144; H )ywell, R.
89. A8sesser. Louis Janus, P, 165; W 8
Rnson, R, 117 Collector. T O Nelson.
P. 136; C E Allen. R, 79. Highway Com
missioner, T W Weaver, P. 188; Joseph
Smith, R. 131. W H Bailey, lad, 51. T
W Hamburger, Ind, 70.
C al Valley Town Clerk. W Me vers,
C, 20; John Bouchton, P, 89. Assessor.
W Adams, C. 32; Sanford Pace, P,
80. Collector. C R Lease, C. 107. Com
missioner of Highways, .1 J Price, C, 63;
G Wilson. P, 50 Constables. T R Mr
"ball.C. 50; H R -nberg, C.57.R Wilson,
P. 66; J Meyers. P. 59
Hampton Town Clerk. A B Meader.
FA. 123; W Edelman, R. 101 .Assessor,
Douglas Mother. F A. 150; Thomas Pat-tersin.-R.
73. Collector, A O Brien, F A,
134; August Johnson, R. 83 Highway
Com nisi ers, William Zngler, FA, 134;
Daniel MtN -il, k, 84
Carbon Cliff -1 ,wn Clerk. Arthur
Meader, F A, 182; W Edelman, R. 138
Asssssor. Douslas Moshr, F A. 202;
Thomas Patterson. R. 143 Collector, A.
O'Brien. F A, 207; August Johnson. R,
121 Highway Commissioner, W Z; g
ler, FA. 198; Daniel McNeal. R, 131
Port Byron Supervisor, John Schafer,
Jr. D. 78; H. C. Trent, R. 71. Town
clerk W. L Keely. D. 61; A. A Olin. R,
88 Assessor. W. 8. Grave, D, 54; C. P.
Albrecht, R. 94. Collector, J C. Wain
wright, D. 53; E. H Hobart, R 94
Commissioner of highways. John Hasson,
v, 05; John Maxwell, R, 92 Justice of
the peace, Samuel Witeside. D. 78; E H.
Hobart, R, 70. Constable, D. A. Ma
larkey. D, 71; William Tilbrnok. R. 77.
C Tdova Town Clerk, F. A. Mullery. I
D, 75; Theodore Abbatt. R. 45 Asses-1
sor. J W Sex'on. D. 60; J. Cool. R, 60.
Collector. J. B Vanderburg. D. 51; F. t.
Cool, R. 69. Highway commissioner, D.
P. Williams. D, 46; W. Whitpside. R 71
Censtable, James Green, D. 83; W. Beal,
R. 82. Library trustees. W. R King; R,
112; Jred Bryan. R, 111.
Z ima Town clerk. John J. Schafer,
D, 52; D. W. Mumrnie, R. 71 Assesgor.
William Nold. D, 45; George W. Walker.
R. 76 Collector, August Brandt, D, 49;
Josiah Donaboo, R, 72. Highway com
missioner, Andrew Gumber, D, 43, John
C Swank, R, 76 Only one ballot thrown
Black Hawk Supervisor, Joseph
Fitzgerald. D. 153, R B Oimstead. R,
100. Town Clerk, John Adams. D, 128;
William McMichael. R, 118 Assessor,
Davis, D, 132; William Matthews, R,
109. Collector, Vandruff, D, 124; White.
R. 126 Highway Commissioner, Beck,
D. 124; McMichael, R. 121.
S. W. Woodburn was reelected snper
visor in Canoe Creek, and Foster Arm
strong was elected supervisor over S- W.
Heath in Bowling.
William Ibrig died at his home, 1306
Fourth avenue, at 11 o'clock this morn
ing of enlargement of the liver, after an
illness of 14 weeks, aged 49 years. He
had been a resident of the city over 20
years, and for some time past has been in
the employ of the Chicago, Burlington &
Quincy railroad, in addition to which be
was employed as janitor at tbe Armory
building, where he rendered tfficient ser
vice. He was at one time a member
of the Rock . Island police force.
He leaves besides a widow three
snns: William Ihrig, residing in Dixonl
111.; Charles, married and residing in this
city, and Louis, who is living at bame.
He was a member of the Ancient
Order of United Workmen.
The funeral' will' occur from the late
home on Fourth avenue Sunday after
noon at 2 o'clock.
A ERUTAL ATTACK.
Ania Engrail Assaulted by aa Un
known Fiend. 1 '
While Aloae t. Woedabea Mne la
" Btrark the He With ao "
', " Cswardlr
aaa laknaia Att.
The Ceaaiy 'omm tter.
The committee on agricultural districts
is connection with the Columbian expo
sition met at the tffi:e of Cj airman M.M.
Sturgeon this afternoon at 1 o'clock.there
being a fair attendance of membersnot
only from Rook Island and Moline, but
from the lower end of the county. , The
committee, after discussing plans of can
vass, etc, dei-nr.ined to enter upon the
important work at once, fully convinced
that tbe farmers of the county will do
their part toward -making the great twin
city fair a success in every particular.
The Silver Crescent came down with 16
strings of logs,' and the F. C. A. Denk
mann with 8.
The Pilot brought four barges, and the
C. J.Caffrey 1. ;
Tbe Verne Swain touched landing here
as usual. '' -.
Tbe Comet brought down a steamboat
bull. ' .
The stage of the water was: 5:85 at
.noen; the tempera.tuje op jhe bx.idge'51.
m SIOS Rrwrs.- '
7 Fifty dollars Will be paid for, the recov
ery of the body af Leiirh Johnson, and
$50 for that qf Flogal Hill, drowned ( in
the Mississippi on Saturday afternoon.
' Miss Anna EngvalL' employed as i
demestic in the faaily of H. W. Haislip,
1116 Second avenae, Was brutally as'- ;
aufted by att unknown scoundrel last
night. The outrage occurred about 830
o'clock while Miss lagvall was in a wood
shed in the rear Of the residence whither
she had gone for some wood as she bad
been accustomed to do at arout that time
each evening. She did not notice any
one about when She went oat Into the
yard, and as no one had ever bothered
her before, she felt no hesitancy in going
into tbe shed which was dark. She bad
no sooner entered ibe sbed than the door
opened and turning quickly she stood
face to face with a strange man. He
stepped toward her and upon her inquir
ing what he wanted. She received a fierce
blow on ' the head from some beavy
weapon. She staggered back and
threw her hands up to her head when
the villain followed it with another
stunning blow, which cut and bruised her
right hand across the back. After strik
ing her another vicious blow, he became
frightened .t her loud cries for help, and
dropping the ugly weapon which he car
ried, he fled.
Tbe frightened girl ran into tbe house,
while blood streamed down her face from
the wounds on her head. Her injuries
were dressed, and tbe police station was
notified, and fflcers were immidiatelv
detailed en the case. So far no arrests
have been made, but the police have a
clue which it is thought will throw some
light on the scoundrel who committed the
dastardly crime. They have the weapon
that he used, which is a round piece of
iron about 18 inches long, and which
was covered by a piece of rubber hose.
showiug that the act was premeditated. No
motive can be assigned for tbe outrage by
the fl herself, as she knows of no one who
could have an occasion for such an as
sault. The theory generally believed to
be the correct one in tbe neighborhood is
that the intent was to burglarize the
bouse, as the family were known to be
away at times, leaving the house entirely
in the girl's charge. I: was a most
dastardly act, and if caught the per
petrator should be made an example of.
It is Hot What We Say
But what Hood's Sarsaparilla does, that
makes it sell, and has given it such a firm
and las tine hold urton the rnnflli.n nf
the people. The voluntary statements
of thousands of people prove beyond
question that this preparation possesses
wonaeriui meaicinai power.
Hood's Pills cure constipation by re
storing tbe peristaltic action of tbe ali
mentary canal. Tbey are the best family
Our linen stack active and to make this
department more prominent, tve shall
offer 250 dozen larce. frill.
ter pure linen napkins, from 0 O'clock
until noon each morning this week at
95o per dozen. Remember th
every morning this week, if they last,
uui. ai uu uuuer time
Just placed on sale. A lot of ladies'
very stylish tan colored jackets $3.68
eaoh. , j .
One lot of ladies' new lone earp t
$4.75.. . ., .. . . r '
A lot ef verv new anri tars ot,.iioV
'drab and navy jackets, large pearl but-
ivsus, u& iwing ai jd ou, wor n lO
Also a lot of ' children's jackets re
ceived late on Saturday night, too late
to be checked off and marked, but were
bought at a bargain and will be sold
Coughing leads ' to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough at
to select from. Why pay 40 cents
to $1.00 for which yon can
get for 10 cents at
C. C. TAYLOR,
1717 Second Avenue.
Ei Et Ei 1 Ei
Did you guess it ? '
It Means for Ease.
" T'iIiimHi Tlrflaitj mil at li tarbsLttmaaastMlstikat
wmtm eatMM aw aMrravaom a (taaaaa. aw aa aaa ag
If the lines in this diamond figure do not
appear equally black ia all the different
meridians, it indicates a defect of sight
that causes aervoup hesSl-ache and should
be corrected ai once. Eyes tested free.
H. D. F0LS0M,
Jeweler and Optician.
SPRING OF 1892.'
On Wednesday and Thursday of this
week "The Styles" for fashionable mil
liners will be determined for the spring
and summer seasons- J
' MILLINERY EXHIBIT.
Is always awaited with the -greatest
interest by all ladies of fashion' in this
vicinity, as they feel assured of the very
latest and most tasteful millinery that
can be found in the great fashion cen
tres of the east, aa well as many of the
London and Parisian novelties' which
cannot be seen elsewhere in ! the three
We shall also display several exact
copies of hats, and bonnets designed by
the great Parisian milliner. Tbe rela
tion of "Virot" to the art of millmery is
too well known to require comment.
Our dressmaking department on second floor is getting in better
working shape each day, and we are now turning out finished work
promptly and with perfect satisfaction in every case. '
' , . 1720. 1722 and 1724 Hkcond Atsnc.
Rubber Boot and Shoe Sale!
Help us make room at "
Central Shoe tore.
Meu's Hip and Sporting Boots. . . .
" Short Boots
' Buckle Arctics
" S A. Alack-s
" Imitation Sandal ( Rubbers-)
" 8. A. "
" S A. Clogs
Women's Croquet Rubbers
B vs' Rubber Boots
Dull Finish Overs
. . 2.30
. . 1. 5
. . .SO
. . .55
. . .40
These areall first quality goods. Seconds are 10
per cent cheaper.
Harper House Block.
Watch for ProL HirscMerg,
He will be at Thomas' Drugstore
April 7th, 8th and 9th. Three days only.
Come and have your Eyes tested free and spec
tacles properly fitted and adjusted by a practical ex"
t3FNo case too complicated for us. i
T. H. Thomas,
Druggist and Optician.
We caunot reach all, but hope to reach you by this
PROPRIETORS OF , '
If you are hungry give us a call at 1611 Second .avenue,
next door east of Loosley's crockery store. ; '
A fresh line of tobacco and cigars always on hand )
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor etfid. Builder,
Office and Shop Corner Seventeenth St. . T T.l J
and Seventh Avenue, XvOCK ISiaJld.
SaV All kinds of carpenter work a specialty. Plans and estimates for all kinds of bnlldiafs
fnmlslud on application. ,
MARBLES for this sale:
8 American agates for lc
10 chimes for. lc
BALLS Rattlers i.i 5c
Champion, a regular 15c ball 10c
Boy's dead ball -. 15c
SEEDS Grden Seeds 3 for .... 5c
Flower Beerfs .. 4c
PENCIL BOX This, is a new box
with combination lock, no keys to.
get lost, only 10c
Rice Root Scrubs this week 8c i
s THE FAIR, I
... . "1703 Seconal Ave.
Our i line of t Easter Novelties is now
complete. L. Prang & Co., are keeping
up their reputation in choice booklets
and cards. n ,.
Oar assortment of Easter Celluloid
Novelties is similar tot those we bad in
Valentines, and onlv have to be seen to
be appreciated. Tbey are all finished
with the emblems sucgestive of thef day.
N. B. Tou are invited to call ana sea
this line. '
GEORGE IL KINGSBURY.
1703 and 1705 Second t. im, Tttepaons Ho. 1211. .
Doted March 1, 18M.
TI COMAS S. 8TXYI8,
ailments. Far Xalo a all imia. i TZ'TlT'Km'Jr.
' Telephone 2053..
Telephone 1 148.3 I
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