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THE AllOOO. 1TTE0DAY, FEBBtJARY 12. 1CU5.
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TBKMb imily . tea eaala per wsck. aTaakl.
ftta) par Ma; la advance $IJB-
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artie will ke printed m Met flaw I
Oorrespoodrne solicited from aeeri
la Rank Island eownty.
TCESDAT, FCRRUART 12, 1895.
The heart of a nation beats in
unison of love today for Abraham
It has been said that Queen Vic
toria's . household expenses for the
past year aggregate t866,uOO.
Sckkt Florida is offering novel at
tractions this winter in the shape of
toboggan slides and ice carnivals.
Gest and the secret circle: Alas,
if the editors that we own would dem
onstrate that the pen is mightier
than the sword.
The raging sea that La Gascogne
conquered is not to be compared with
that on which the Gest craft is drifting-further
away from Port Safety
While the wily BlcConochie has
succeeded in bringing the republican
editors into one voice through the
use of his name, yet still is he many
Jays overdue in landing his cargo.
Is Somersetshire, England, tram ns
have increased from 29,000 to 40,000
during the past two 'years. Much
the same state of things prevails in
Gloucestershire and Herefordshire,
where tramps are so numerous as to
be a distinct cause of alarm.
La Gascogne is safe. The 8-days
overdue French steamnr has weath
ered the elements and is safe in port.
The world rejoices that its gravest
fears have been dispelled, and that
t'te gallant seaworthy ship bag
weathered the tumultous waves
with her precious burden.
A bill has been introduced in the
Pennsylvania legislature providing
for an appropriation of tl0.000.0Qo
for the erection of a new state build
ing. The capitol building of the
Keystone state is a miserable old
structure and should be replaced by
one that would be a credit to the
The latest dictionary contains
349.333 words The old unabridged
dictionary contained only 125,000.
The additional 224,233 makes it a
trifle bard on those who find diffi
culty in learning to spell, but all
right for those who wish to conceal
th-ir thoughts or to have none to ex
press. But com non people can fall
back upon the consolation that
Shakespeare found it necessary to
use only 3,000 words and good
strong ones they are, too.
New York Times: At the pres
ent time the price of Bessemer pig
iron is lower in fittsburg than it is
in Great Britain, and the price of
foundry iron is considerably lower in
Alabama than it is in any other
countrv in the world. The manu
facturers of iron pipe in this coun
try recently secured a large oruer in
Japan by underselling all offers from
England, Belgium or Germany. And
yet the republicans in congress now
ask tha democrats to assist them in
increasing all the duties in the Iron
and steel schedule by "10 or 20 per
Springfield Democrat: The Pull
man Memorial church, the gift of
beorge SI. t'ullman. has been recent.
ly dedicated. In handing over the
deed, the Duke" feelingly referred
to the earlv religious struggles of his
parents, he neglected to make any
note of the present day straggles of
his employes to bny bread, after
rents, water taxes and such like have
been deducted from their niggardly
wages. As a contribution to modern
architecture, the Pullman church
would likely attract attention, but it
is woefully handicapped at the start
in its alleged mission as a reminder
of the meek and lowly Xazarene,
who went about doing good, and who
whose guiding precept was to "do
unto others even as ve would that
they should do unto you.'" As i
travesty upon the christian religion
the duke's present role instinctively
recalls the reference in the good book
to the devil's aptitude in quoting
The text of the annual report of
the auditor of public accounts on
building and loan associations has
been made public The report shows
that during the past year $177,000
abstracted by secretaries were re
stored to the associations to which
they belonged. Two secretaries
alone stole $45,000, but dying, only
about bait was recovered. Eleven
associations in Chicago and one in
Bloomiogton were found to be hope
lessly ia solvent, their losses aggre
gating f928.(o. The Chicago L'ni
versa! Investment and Loan associa
tion has since resumed business by
the shareholders voting to charge
losses against meir atoca. inus mar
tag the association solvent.
The total saber of aaaeeiaUoBs
doirg business that bare reported is
6)8; with 200 not reported, having
been doing business :.ieaa tnan one
During the year ending Dec. 1,
1894. the total receipts were $46.-
134,743.44, Including f 1,717.837 cash
in the treasury at the commence
ment of the fiscal Tear, of which
$22,415,327.81 was for installments.
the rest being divided among pre
miums, membership and transfer
fees, loans, etc. The sum. of $44,-
036.871 was disbursed during the
year, of which $18,966,514 wre for
loans on shares, and $15,839,431 were
for installments, etc.. leaving $2,-
097.872 cash in the treasury Dec. 1,
The total assets of all companies
were $81,796,354. Total liabilities
are $65,326,776, leavings surplus of
$16,469,574. Total number of shares
issued during the year, 89!.7i: ma
tured, 30,636; withdrawn, 514.636; in
force, 2,498,516; loaned on, 192.245.
Prominent pottery manufacturers and
jobbers have formed a combine to ahut
out European pottery products from tha
Jacob Leit, a missing Chicago man,oom.
mi t ted suicide at tit. Paul.
Obituary: At Michigan City, Ind., John
H. Winterbotham, 83; at New York, Eu
gene L. Maxwell, 41: at Pittsburg, Leon
ard S. Eaton. 76; at Alton, Ills., tSeth T.
Sawyer, 88; at English, lnL, Alexander
Bierne, 82; at Mendota. Ills., Dr. A. W.
Angel, 87; at Staunton, Ills., Colonel J.
C Worden, fjl; at Hay brook, Ills., John
Minneapolis policemen are dissatisfied
on account of a recent cot in their salaries,
and there haa been some talk of a strike.
A During the time of church services Mr.
and Mrs. John Jacob Astor gave a skat
ing party in the Empire rink at Albany.
St. Louis waiters object to a rulo adopt
ed by their employers compelling them to
shave, and will ask the .Missouri legisla
ture for relief.
While a train waa stalled at Mount
Pleasant, Del., Hungarian passenger
became violently insane, took t& from
his pocket, tore the money up and threw
the pieces into the snow.
Fire completely destroyed the Crescent
Tobacco warehouse and a woodenware
factory at Louisville, Ky. Loss estimated
Professor Burt 6. Wilder, of Cornell
university, at the banquet of the Cornell
Alumni requested that the members
make beqneata of their brains after death
to the university.
Senator Altpeter, of the Wisconsin leg
islature, has in preparation bill aimed
at theatre nuisances, which includes not
only the high hat, but tho balloon
Two masked men held up the Missouri
Pacific night operator at Falls City, Neb.,
and obtained a small amount from the
Charles Gay jure, the venerable historian
and litterateur, died at his residence on
Pricur street, New Orleans, aged w
Spain has formally notified the United
States that our products have been put in
the minimum column of articles upon
which there Is an import duty.
Supervising Inspector of Steamboats
Dumont being about to retire Chicago
representatives In congress are urging
lie Witt C. Cregiur, ex-mayor of Chicago,
aa his successor.
Fire broke out In the dry goods store of
Frank Burn am at Rock ford. Ills., and the
store was completely gutted. Loss, about
$35,000; insurance. tttt.000.
From letter written by Rev. J.
Gunderman, of Dimondale, Mich., we
are permitted to make this extract:
"I have no Hesitation in recommend
ing Dr. King's New Discovery, as the
results are almost marvelous in the
ease of my wife. While I was pastor
of the Baptist church at Rives Junc
tion she wal brought down with
pneumonia succeeding la grippe,
Terrible par. xysnis of coughing
would last hours with little interrup
tion, and it seemed as if she could
not survive them. A friend recom
mended Dr. King's New Discovery;
it was quick in its work and highly
satisfactory in results." Trial bot
tles free at Ilartz & Ullemever's drag
store. Begular size 50c and $1.
four bio successes.
Having the needed merit to more
than make good all the advertising
claimed for them, the following four
remedies have reached a phenomenal
sale: Dr. King's New Discovery, for
consumption, coughs and colds, each
bottle guaranteed; KJectric Hitters,
the great remedy for liver, stomach
and kidneys; ttuckien s Arnica salve,
the best in the world, and Dr. King's
New Life Pills, which are a perfect
pill. All these remedies are guaran
teed to do just what is claimed for
them, and the dealer whose name
is attached herewith will be glad
to tell von more of them. Sold
at Harts A Ullenieyer's drug store.
BUCKLER'S ARHICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
hands, chilblains, corns and all skin
eruptions, and positively cures
piles or no pay required, it is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale by Harts at Ullemeyer.
"Baral Baby" By
Is a "Rye aa la a Bye,1
free frees all rerrla-n Snim and
aw aad ewr eleven yai of era, r eoam
bataearmworsaswr a a swiIHiibj isn-
da worthy ef the eenSilsnas af tsssOids aava
hi aasi the sfed. tea mat ewr a M M
tabetlla. tlporawart hetUa.
ROTAL Bear" ron wm
Tag A Reel delivered v
ing at yoat door at 10c
( Children Cry for
para, aid sod wiUbw. Ihsnfms boat asnaytad far
bias vtlalltv. ciaaias slii agtn iaa sw sills, bonaa
ap the weak snd aebnilatsd , QsawavEl. PraM,
WILL SEE TWO EMPRESSES.
Hamuia That Disaster Baa Craw ted V
Lotdos, Teh. 12. If iaa Anna Boeder,
the only woman on the Elbe who was
saved, has received a command from the
queen to visit her a Osborne House, the
royal residence on the Isle of Wight. The
royal yacht has been placed at her disposal
lor sm purpose of. the visit, Empress
Fiederick ot tiermany, the queen's eldest
daughter, la visiting her mother at
Osborne House, and Miss Boeckerwill be
given an audience by both the queen and
Gem Dim With A
When wj rad neb. aa aannnncemeat a this
It sei.ds a thrill of honor through oar vet j being
And y', the B' tab t of lives lot by accident at
ant vrr fw con. -and to tha lumber which
rereeriOed to .Ingle diseases oa land. Taks
eooMimp'toa Statistic snow tha SO i er rent of
II d. at' ai iae to this fatal malady It wnoM
ne easier tn recmcile ourselves to the fmrfol fact
if there were no rtmedy. " Bet I hire is. Dr.
Pierce' GoMia Medical Discovery baa carer
thoasar.ds. snd amorg h m man whom the doc-lo-a
have siren no to uie. If fee ng I believing,
then th thonrai d of living witnesses to H mar
ve'oaa efficacy hi esses of tbi kind, ought to eon
since the most skeptical.
Dr R. V. Plrree Dear Sir: Two of oar very
beat doe or pmeooncd ajy case consumption.
pent aearly 1300. and was no better. I Co -
elided to trr the '-(ioiaa Medical Di-co-crr"
banebt eig t b ttlei. an 1 I can now far wi h
froth that I feel jut as well today aa ( did at A
andean do Jest a cool day's wo-fc on ihe
f m. a!tb9rijh I had not done anv work for rev
eral yeara. I give joa all the thank. Truly,
y nr friend, Wiu.ua Dclakbt,
C mp ell. Ohio.
"Self command is the main ele
gance;" 'self control is the rule, say
He is enforcing that rule of manners
which bids us avoid the exaggeration
that causes loss of power and heat that
makes our inferiors our superiors. Hs
quotes from the austere, reserved, elo
quent St. Just. "Kepp cool, and you
command everybody." and from the
wily old Talleyrand. "Above all, gen
tlemen, no heat "
9SAUMA mi thaflsrComvlaiata,
sausMataiaa aaaer taasuiugeBt
esi 1 fMei a w
beta Saswsl I Est tt
'Only aandae with Trad Mark"Aaehor.'4
X AA BiehtarftC,lTTrts8t jrrw TOO.
13 Bnuok Beasas. Owa Olaarwerka.
it Wc for sale b Ho-M V.
. rvoecknta. C Avcidel Harper hoe,
ktiaic). fcoca laiafcd. '
state of Charles tto. Deceased.
The nnderebrned barinc been airooimed sd.
m'nirttratrix of the estate of Cbsrle
Otto, late of the erranty of Hock Island, eta
f Illinois, deceased, h-rebv tree notice that - n
ill Senear before the count conn of Kock Islane
eonnt) , ai in once or ine cierm or eara cnarc, n
;ne eitv of tcnee tsisna. si me ADru serai ok
-be Srst VonnaT In April next, at which tlnw
ll persons bavin? claims ava nst said estate ate
totinVd aad requested to attend, for the pnrpost
n navine; ine same aujucicu. 11 pe-soes iu
lebted tosaid est te are requested to make In
ciedlate payment to the andc-sicned.
usieo uw ltnn oay ot 4anaary. a. v. lew
ELIZABETH OTTt. Arlmlnistrs rlx
BvTlrtneof an axecation and lee bill Issned
aot of the ofBceof the ck-rk if the circuit court
of Rock Island conntv. and state of Illinois, and
directed, to the be iff f Kock Island canty,
whereby the said sheriff is comaiaadcd to aiake
the amount of a certain Indamant recentl cb-
tained aiain-t Vicnael o'DonnelL and In faTO of
Hannah lithe ot of the lands, tem-m nis. gooas
na rhsttics ot asm ancnaani. micnaei u on-
nell I bav leTifd a ou IB.- following es cribed
Eart one-half northwest (V) one-quarter
of section (Sit 'wenty-one. townrhip 1) n ne-
reen. noun rsnse (t) tnree, csst or tne prmripsi
ai ndtan. stinateu n tne county or uo a isutns.
Therefore. In compliance with ssld command I
will ea -cse for sale at poblic aactloa all the
riaiit, title and Interest of the above named.
Micnaei o D nnn, tn and to the snore aescnoea
property, on 2Sth day of Febrnary. A. D.. 1H05.
at ( two o'ekt -h p. m., at the north door of tbe
"onrt Hones, in tbe eitv of Rock Islan i. In the
comity of Hock Island sad state of lllrtois. for
cash la hand, to aatlsfy said cxecitirm and fee
Mil. FRaDSRICavC. HEMENVAI.
Bhenff of Rock Islaad oonty.lllinot
Sealed proposals will be received at the eitv
cerk's ohbcln the eitv o Bock Ii-lsrd. Ill
until Monday. March 4, I8S5. at h o'clock
p. m., for const rnr ting the Improvement or
dered by an ordinance ei-titled: "An ordi
nance fur tbe ttn'-rrmssent of sllers In bios' s
-O" one (1). twn (Si. thirteen 1S. four e n (14)
and flften (15), In tbe city of Rock island, bnowa
as uia Town sna oiecc one tii.two (i), tnr e l-n,
ten (10) ana e'even (ill. in sueno-r a-e's ad.
ditton to the city o Rnrk I-land aad state of ill
eois." parsed reb.4. 1(JS. aad for tarnishing all
the materials and doia- the work accord Ire to
pinna aad spe 111 cations oa Sle at the city clerk's
B'snkbids win be furnished on application
All bids must be accompanied with
certified check in the. sum of See hundred
d dlars iS'.OOl ea some Rock Is'snd bank
payable to the ord r of the mavor of
said city, which absll become forfeited to said
city. In esse tie bidder shall fail to enter into
eontrae with auDroved sureties to eircate the
J work for the price mentioned tn his bid and ac
cording to iae plans ana specmcatinas m toe
event that the eaauact shall be awa den to him.
Contractor are reoalred to fnrelib samples of
b k-k, wnh nt n work Is to be done wnek
ased la the work most correspond with the sam
ples in qnany ana style.
Bock isisnu, iu reo. ii, ikto.
A. D. HCKsISO, City Clerk.
Mrs. S. Smith
1805 Second avenue.
Wednesday Night, Feb. 13
A. T. PEARSON'S New. Big Melo
THE DERBY IIASCGT
3 Thoroughbred f
Race Horses -
Greatest Race Scene Ever Presented.
Powerful Can of Ve w Tcrk FsTorites. hadt d
Inil st'on ot her fatber, the
late Pat Roomy.
Two ear loads of r-cial scene r snd mechan
ical effocu. Uont to-get tbe date, Feb. 1.
frlre- SSe, SOe and 75c
Harpef s THeatre.
J E. Montrose, Msascet.
Monday, Feb. 18.
BY MRS. GEXEVRA
The most noted soprano of Chicago.
Mrs Johatone-BIbop has a rare voice of
a htsh rag's er, nnder aple did control, and
has fa' command of l In thrill sad cesern
do pstasg- s Mrs. Bishop has won her way
Into trie hearts of the Cbicsg people, and Is
greatly admired as a lady and a singer.
Chi ago later ocean
Bra. Bishop win be assisted by some of the
beat masical talent of Rock I and
Res'-rvcl seats at Htrper bonus Pharmacy fri
day morning. Fib 15 Tickets 50 and 7k cent.
Bortis Ofsra Hnsa,
flr a lfPMna,am
Saturday, February 16.
Another great success one .
performance only. The fa
mous New York Company
in Augustus Thomas' mas
A story of the South, oresent'd by it
great o: igi- al c rnpany. 1 he same
was seen here last season.
Tr e best Amertcaa play ret written."- Chi-
ca .-o Tribune
"Tbe sort of play yoang man like to take
at' yonng sisi r to see -- iienry watteison in
lyOaisT tie onnersonrnsi.
Heats at Flase s Wednesday morning. Tel. to.
races-ai.uu, ac, nuc ana xac
crtis 0;:ra Kcas3,
Sunday Evening. Feb. 17.
The World's Greatest Comedians and
JOHN, JAMES and GEORGE,
Late of Gorman' Hinstrels,
In the new musical comedy,
"Tha 6ILH00LYS ABROAD"
An excellent company of Comedians.
Singers and Pretty Girls.
Seat on sale Friday morning. Telephone XX
Batha of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
tric, electro-thermal, etc., may
bo obtained at the Sanitarian
Bath Rooms, on the Brat floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladies From 9 a. m. to
12 m. on week days For Gen
tlemen From S p. m. to 10 p.m.
on week days On Sundays the
rooms will be open from 7 a.m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electric, and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at any
time during ' bnsiness hours.
Gymnasium connected with bath
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
'BICAQO, BOOS taXAJrD PICIIIO
Rail way Depot coraer Fifth
Dobts Liadtad AOmaaaT
D easel mm.c.
t S-JS ami
bataaastOoa Isotnes Sz..
Denser, Uaeobi Oajaha..
St. raai Miaaaspil a....
St, Paal eh bllnns.noiia...
oaasat, n. worn a. u.
is tin at ex. jaeene
jChlrjagn A Pes Heine
it lii: pm
ArrrsaL t Dana lain. tOaJtr.
AH sther nelly. Telaphone Uhji.
BITRIJHGTOII ROTJTR O. B. at Q. RAUr
way Depot first aveaaa aad Biztaeath
trass, V. I. Toons, tgeat,
St. Loaia Exnreaa ..! S Seat
St. Lonis Exnraaa T:sU ri
Sterling Dsbnqssat. Paal t IB am
uaniastiiwn raeseacar J
yerllng. Poboqne m ft-Pa"l 1 1 7.86
anally. tDaily except fandsy.
CHICASO. MILWAUKEE ST. PAOX.
Pailwar Racine A ewotkessima Dtvwloa
-Depnt Twentieth street, between rust aad
.Second asanara. E. O. W. Halases. Agawt.
wall aad Bztiress..
t. Paul Rxprea..
Rock Islajtd Peoria Railwat
Dene Prrat Avanaa aad Twentieth street.
r. A. Rockwell, Agent.
Past Hall Ezpreae.... ......
aoie (eta Bnerrarai AC...
S .15 pm
BuRLiitoTOR, Cedar Rapids a
r-orthtrra MaUwav. depot foot of Brsdt
street, Daseaport. Jaa. htortoa, Oan. Tkt A
La -Tit I A nam
Ibt:40 pm blO:Siam
..... MIM m hi Mam
Weat Liberty Train"
Daily. Bthuiy except naaay. tuong north .
ta. T.s Sooth aad seat. mo. is tuna beat
OaoH .'lpids aad West Libeity.
Effective Dec. 24. We offer to the
public best passenger service to
a Dove points as ioiiows:
Lt Rock Island, 8:05 a m l'5am 1:43pm
Ar Peoria 11 :K a m 5:08 pa BKSpm
Lv Peoria 13Km 6:10pm S:15pm
Ar Bpring&eld t:10pm 8:45 pm 1:15am
Ar St. Loala 7:10 n m KM a at
Ar Jacksonville 8:S5 p m
Passengers have ample time to pro
cure Dinner or Lunch at Peoria
Lv St. Ionia 7:45 am
Lv Springfield .11 AO a at
Lv Jacksonville 7:40 a
Ar Bock Island 1:50 pm
Gen. Ticket Agent.
Depot foot of Twentieth St. .
ttocK isiana, m.
Wh'o does not want
her washing done in
the shortest time and
neatest way is hard
to find. Those who
Get the best results,
because it is made
from such materials
that it cannot injure
the most delicate fab
ric and will save time
Em AT) UlSSffSVlSS,
Follow them and you
will find you have
struck a good thing.
GSIdlT ISSLJSLLSL TAB CO A?
Softens the skin, heats
chapped hands and
removes grease, paint
VrVcrnoc!. Cl Hcbten
Omaha A Da Moiasa
8osp Maters, Bock Island
r. 7 s. -
No Soap will do the
WORK HALF 50 WELL AS
OOIIETRIAL WILL PROVE THIS FACT,
-8THE H.K.FAIRBAI1K COMPAQ chicaco.
HEATINO AKD VENTILATING ESOINEERS.
HAVE TOU SEEN
THE : CAPITOL
If Not, Why Not?
Come and see the Heater, and judge its
merits yourself. Fifteen sold this sea
son, and more going. Call for descrip
112 and 114 W. 17th street.
FARM, SPRING and
A full and complete line of P'a'form and other Pprtn- Wat; on-, esp-(all adapted t the
Western trade, of rnnerlor workmsfshl" aiKt Sr'sh. Iilusiraird I'rK-e List
free on apDUealioa. Be tbe KOUVI WABQH before purchasing.
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's
The Fashionable Merchant Tailor
Has the most replete line of new patterns in imported
and domestic suitings in the city.
1707 SEC0I0 AVEIiiE.
J0HI SfHAm, rr frieo .
The choice st Wine, Liquors,
Frcc.Lasck c aty dsr.-, - -
M Urjj m' Mtr. V :
LATEST NOVELTIES IN
DICE DSI7 fall eooB;
OAS BE SKKaT AT
E. F. DORNe
The New Merchant Tailor.
1822 SECOND AVE
Harper House B!ock
1706 Second Avenue.
street. - Ojn o ite H nr s T e re
Bcr and CigarsMvays on l a d
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