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THE AKQUB. SATURDAY JANUARY 18, 189G.
nb tahcd Dally mi Wietr at UN Second
Amaa, Rock Island, I1U Entered at the poat
cOee m second elM matter.)
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Ttre character, political or religion, moat bare
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a Rnok ta:end county.
SATLKDAT, jAKlARr IX. 1896.
Fob the firat time in the history of
Ohio polities since the close of the
war John Sherman has & republican
colleague in the senate.
Bex T. Cable beems to be the
same lion of the hour among Illinois
democrats, apropos of the location of
the democratic national convention,
that he was after the glorious vic
tory for the party in in the ac
complishment of which result he
participated with snch distinction.
The Illinois canal commissioners
have made their report to Gov. Alt'
jjeld, anI the year is shown to have
Itcen a ver prosperous one. Not
withstanding a decrease of nearly
js.uuu in tons ami lockages the re.
ceipts exceeded the disbursements by
flu. 120. swelling the balance on hand
to ? IH.&9L
Sr.tATOK Davis Is beinr boomed
for the presidency hv Senator Hans
torouj;h, of North Dakota. The
prospects are that there will be al
most as manv candidates as delegates
at the St. louis convention. The
more the merrier, and it looks now
tin thonph there wonld be lots of fun
on tap ut the meeting.
How badly Kngland must feci over
the reports that new gold fields have
been discovered in Colorado. Minne
sota, Montana. Georgia, West Vir
ginia, .North Carolina, and several
other states. These mines are to be
worked for the prolit not of England's
rhivalry, but of Idooiuing Americans.
It is rough on the army of the left
Tiik report circulated thnt the ap
ples tliat John ianner is giving away
during his campaign are of the 15en
Davis variety is Itkelv to lose In m
the nomination. This particular
kind is under the ban of the farmers
and thev threaten to make it ever
lastingly warm for him if he persists
in his offense. John had best have a
care. Tho farmers are a power in
Iantl. I'eona Herald.
Tuelatc Frank Lawler, of Chicago.
was a remarkable man. I'.y dint of
perseverance and industry ho rose to
the foremost rank among" his fcilow-
tnon In Chicago, iiecame a recog
nized leader, a legislator faithful ta
cvorv trust retioseil in him. Davo-
ted to the interests and cause of the
workiniT.icn bo was. in every nublie
r - - (
rdlico hu held, as well as in private
me, muir cuaiupion ami reprcsenia
Tub Harrison Telephone compiny
got tho worst blow in a Kansas City
justice court that it has yet received
anywhere. A stock broker of that
city had stock of a face value of
V'.'O.OIM). lie sold it for f 20H cash
The man ho sold It to brought action
ngainst hint for obtaining money
under falso pretenses. I he justice
resorvcil his decision. If ho linds
that tho stock is worth even 1 cent
on the dollar the defendant will lie
Tnr. Chicago Post says: I'romi
nent local democratic politicians,
both silver and anti-silver, unhesi
tatingly declare that tho location of
the democratic national convention
at Chicngo has vastly improved the
chances of Vt . K. Morrison, of I III
nois, as a presidential candidate.
Plans arc already leing made in
Cook connty to select a delegation
favorable to him. Unless a radical
change occurs, he will have the
Illinois delegation instructed for him
or not, as he chooses.
Mk. Hopkins, who wants to be gov
ernor of Illinois, voted to enhance
the price and thereby tax additionally
all wool wearing apparel, blankets.
etc.; in short, all manufactures of
wool. Illinois is not a sheen-raisin
state, its lands being too valuable for
such purposes, and it can have no
benefit of the tax put on raw wool to
I lie liamiH-ring cf tho woolen indus
try and for the benefit, if benefit it
Can be, of tloek masters, few of whom
are in Illinois. Mr. Hopkins, in
short, voted for the taxing of every
body for the benefit of somebody.
He has had never a word to say for
the farmers of Illinois, but he wants
ti be governor of the farmers of Illi
nois. ,The Cham of Chicago.
Aide from the general advantage
f'f Chicago, the location of tho demo
cratic national convention, there is a
rhariu in the name, jay what yon
will. That which comes from Chi
cago, that which has its origin in
Chicago, that which has the majestic
Chicago ring t, it. is bound to uc
i eed. There is a spirit of determina
tion which pervade all that spring
up there, and whatever goes out with
the sanction of that city is certain to
triumph. As Adam A. Goodrich re
marked in presenting the claims of
I'hiraTO to the !-morrtin tt.tt,.n.l
committee In Washington: ';Oen.
tlemen, if yon want to win in 1896,
come to Chicago. Since the year
1856 you have not elected a presi
dent who was not nominated there.
Come again and repeat the process."
Appreciation of Cable.
Tbe Chicago Record's Washington
correspondent gives further expres
sion of the appreciation of the work
accomplished by National Commit
teeman Ben T. Cable in bringing the
democratic convention to Chicago.
Among other things it is said:
"Senator Gorman todav expressed
his admiration of Mr. Cable's work
in the committee during the ballot
ing, and said it was more masterly
than anything of the kind he had
ever seen. Mr. Cable has consider
able personal strength among na
tional committeemen and used it to
the best advantaze. Ex-CoDcrress-
tnan Forman, of Illinois, who closely
followed tho balloting at the Arliog-
ton last night, was in con
sultation todav with Mr. Cable,
and they will work together
in Col. Morrison's interest. They
expect the Illinois convention to in
struct lor him, and predict that he
will be the leading candidate on the
first ballot. Mr. Cable left tonight
for New York."
The North American Review for
January begins the 162d volume of
that periodical with tho initial in
stallment of a series of articles on
The Future Life and the Condition
of Man Therein." by the liiglit Hon
W. K. Gladstone, who, taking fur his
text the famous treatise of Bishop
liutler. Handles ins great subject
with astounding vigor and skill.
The complete novel in the January
issue of I-ippincott's is by Mrs. Alex
ander, the author of The Wooing
O't" and other well known books'
'Mrs. Crichton's Creditor" was also
her admirer, but his devotion was
disinterested almost beyond parallel
and her innocence and sense of duty
were such that the two would have
made a model pair if only they had
been paired. As for Mr. Criehton,
there was much less to be said in his
favor. And this is but an inkling of
what tnis excellent number contains.
Outing for January wears the rich'
est garb among the holiday publica
lions. The stately elk, amid his
golden bravery, seems to know that
there are good things behind him
The iiuality of text and illustration
make this holiday number the best
that has left Outing's presses. No
table features are: "Sweet Marjory,"
by Sara Beaumont Kenned-; "Win
ter Fishing." by F.d W. Sandys;"
"The Horse of Society." by E. B.
Abcrcrombic; "An Arctic Castaway,'
by K. G. Tabcr, anil "A Moose Ilt'mi
on the Yukon," by the late V. Wil
There is but one collection of the
portraits of Lincoln that pretends to
te complete, and that is the collec
tion made by the publishers of Mc-
Clure s magazines, iney have been
able to secure either originals or
copies of every photograph, daguer
reotypc, atnbrotypc, drawing or
painting of Lincoln, so far as known,
in existence. There are in this col
lection 60 photographs, ambrotypes
aud daguerreotves. The best collec
tion of Lincoln heretofore published
in any work contained 10 portraits.
It is possible that McClure's collec.
tion may be still further increased
The entire series of portraits will
appear in Met lure s magazine during
the current year, nith the rebru
ary number 'JO of them will have
"Art wins the heart." Of the 125
illustrations in the Monthly Illustra
tor and Home and Country for Janu
ary, several are full-page. "Inno
cence," from a painting by Charles
Chapiin. makes an ex'iuisitc frontis
piece. "A Storm v Voyage." from a
drawing by C. McKnight Smith, is
one of the baker s dozen winch make
"My Pet Subject," by Arthur Hoe
ber" a thing of beauty, an interesting
study. In "Loe Disarmed," from a
painting by Leon Perrault, "An Af
ternoon Call, anil "A Love letter.
from original paintings by Paul
Poetzsch, high art is shown to advan
tagc. Beside this, there is a full-
page anto-portrait of the great
preacher. Kev. Henry Ward Beecher;
one of like size of Miss Ellen Terry
in "King Arthur." from a drawing
by J. Bernard Partridge, and "A
hanging from a Jack-Oak Limb,"
from an original drawing by T. J.
Nicholl. The January number of this
magazine is certainly superb.
Three important leading articles of
very timely interest are presented in
tho January number of the Engineer
ing Magazine. Tho first is entitled
Representative Money and Ciuld
Exportations." by Horace White, in
which he shows "that exportation of
gold must inevitably follow an ex
cessive issue of paper money, such
as our silver ccrtilicatcs. greenbacks,
etc. The conclusion is that the only
permanent remedy forexisting finan
cial difficulties is to retire the green
backs and treasury notes, which are
used to drain the gold reserve. The
second article, entitled "The Cripple
Creek Gold Mines and the Stock
Boom," bv T. A. Kickard, a distin
guished mining- engineer, gives an
expert and conservative view of the
Colorado situation. "The Future of
the American Iron Trade," bv James
M. Swank, is a very comprehensive
review of tho present outlook in that
important branch of industry, in the
light of fact and history.
Another Uood Hma Uone Wronc.
He failed to use the Clinic Kidney
Cure for his kidney complaint, f 1.
For sale at M. F." Bahnsen's drug
Tn Aaocs, only loo a week.
LEGEND OF BLACK HAWK'S CAVE.
Ill I KABT E-DfEHAM.
Once a pool spirit dwelt in tbe Illinois land.
it wh ieoi dt me spirit mete: -And
the Macs and Fox warr:urs of Black Eawk's
Were especially placed In its Care.
Its borne was a cave In an inland of rock.
WbcB now as Keck Island is known:
M(mss i-pi ainne st the en'rmce dared knock
r or ine isle was lav good stmt's own.
And tbe Rive was he'd sa:r. d. brave Black Hawk
w 11 knew
flavin? wn&cned there when dsrkcess came on
Tha't.ft iu the nitit f :rth the while spirit flew.
seeming larger, leu unit, than a swua.
If it circled above with a lone, tnonrnfol cry.
Then war and a:-.eter rame fas: :
If r dialed aud saDg on 'he waur close by.
rrwpeiuj loiiowea to last.
Peace had reieneri many mxri. when oxie eve a
atrdure eouno. .
Mot uneart'iiv. aronnei a!l from the'rreat
To heioid tre eonl n rit whirl waittttg roaud.
xnen oepan toward toe aeepcriasoj e.-t
Next morn to the cavern the Tnrllara most r-oM,
raudi-d ovrr and taw with dimitv.
It" mouth cioMii by a huge boulder, rolled
r root wuoin u is ineieio una a .
Soon the white soldier came, wh i?e bright lau?-
Kei piiarp nrcatn
Made the 111- uted vaes how :
Thev wete driven lo exile a:d hun'cd to death.
'lheir bletd ile is ao a'senal now.
California Special Excursions.
Personally conducted select excur
sions to Sacramento, San Francisco,
Monterey, San Lorenzo. Santa Bar
bara and Los Angeies, Cal.. will
leave Chicago Thursday, Feb. 6, and
hnrsdav, March 19. over the Chi
cago. Milwaukee oz M. rani, tne
Uock Island, the Kio Grande Scenic
route, and the Southern Pacilic rail
ways via Omaha and Ogden, in
splendid Pullman Tourist sleeping
cars, with timing car attached ele
gant train, best, of company, every
personal attention, lowest possible
rates. Double birth in tourist sleep
er (room for two persons), only $6 in
addition to railway ticket. If going
to California to settle or as a tourist
join one oi these parties. ipccial
accommodations for ladies and chil
dren traveling alone, secure your
birth in sleeper at once, hor partic
ulars address any aijent of aoovc
roads, or S. Sheirin excursion mana
ger, Palmer house, Chicago, 111.
Two I.Ives saved .
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction
City, 111., was told by her doctors
she had consumption and that there
was no hope for hir, but two bottles
oi Ur. Kings at Discovery com
pietciv cured licr and she savs it
saved her life. Thomas Eggers, 139
Florida street, San Francisco, suf-
fured from a dreadful cold, approach
ing consumption, tried without re.
suit everything else, then bought
one bottle of Dr. King's ew DiscoV'
cry aud in two weeks was cured
He is naturally thankful. It is such
results, of which these are samples.
that prove the wonderful efficacy of
this medicine in ooughs and colds.
Free trial bottles at llartz & Ulle-
mcyer's drug store, llegular size,
oO cents and ?1.
Tis true; Foley's Honey and Tar is
toe uesi cough medicine, tor sale
at M. F. Hahnsen's drug store.
The worst cases of rheumatism can
be cured by Kidneykura. We guar
an tee it.
IJKA1 "AN ARI 1ST IV CRIME."
Hoping I would ever be better, I had suf
fered bo much from ronr stomach, hid.
ney tronbles, and other ailments. Eu
Hood's Sarsaparilla was the means of say-
Ine my life. After taking it I was strone
to all wholonrr for health end ftr-nfflh."
jn-tiukAH gK-HisHSEK. Buiimierdaio, 111
Hnrv1C PIIIc aretasMess.miI(I.etfeo.
is often a conrse of
wretched rears unless she finds the rem-
tines tnat tbis one used,
Was tfEieitd twBty Mn Treated hf
"TI 9!iy.iciftr.. without rvlwf. Cnsch cm
m4 1 fu4 aoosaartiTD. Then eocvaiaiona fl
l.4 at iptrvl. 1 or fi yr. Wul Oil suid
y.y n Twc hy nlirer ud m. If any
Mas. a. j. m.Hsos, rwdytt. Ark.
DISEASES OF WOMEN,
of cvrrr rntcrc, Ticld quickly and ntjrely
to Wild Oiive a local remcciv, and M vr-
tlc Tonic a constitutional remedy. Price'
Wild Olive ctirr mot cases alone. Se
vere one need the tmiicaKo. Itoth rem
edies h.ive remarkable merit. The two
together enre where evcrythinc else fails.
Somc re lie I usually ia a H-wr hour.
of the rrmcdH- nnd nr
in t active CDIZC
where. or you can send to us
VICTOR MEDICAL ASS'If,
Sorru Bexp. Ijsd.
Mrs. M. J. Sakhest, Agent,
1U Thity eeTtniSl Tlfut ars, BoctJIaUsd
Sold by T. II. Thooitts ana Mar
shall A Fishfr. druecrista.
Cms. Eliufb, Manager.
Sunday i Jan. 19.
EY?S0nST3 and FuSHASSaS.
In Their Remarkably Funny Enter
Prices Gallcrv 15c. Rjilconv 35 Lwer fliir
Burtis Opera Hsiss,
Monday, January 20.
MK. FREDKUICK WAUDE
And hi ditHi?uiti d company ia It
eu; eri pnnmctiuii of
A Roalistic ami Romantic
Drama staged with elabor
ate scenery. ,'
Prices. S5: Site, TTic and !. Fox fci'a S1.50
Sile Thura.iay mrn!n:. Telephone . C , K. I.
& P. train fur Koc' Ieland and .V.olir.e after f et
urtis Opsra Haass,
Tuesday Jan. 21.
First Grind rmdoctlan of
With A M PALMER'S nnrivaed com
pany ncder llie management of W A
BRADY. The Orlgul Conijlarj-. The
play Is better than the book. Posi
tively t! e n y ap; carar.ee in tie tri
cities. Beat sale at Fluke's f atmday mornii a
Prices Lower Honr t?. llalcoi t T."ie and .riOc
ianery rux seats fl.tll
O, R. I. IP. train to Mnllne si.il P.xli T'nnl
alter ire performance. Alo street cars from de
pot in K3CK inland bulb ways
THE PROPER THING
In men's attire is always obtain
able from the Paris. London and
New York fashion plates and it's
very certain you won't be shown
these in a ready -made clothing
store. Go to the best merchant
tailor in town and with his judg
ment and skill applied to the
prevailing fashions yon will get
what will please you and your
terc, mlmmr rHimbte. ubiti
tairi, sraled with blwe libtm. Ts4
ta Miart tor farUeviara. (mUmmIi S.&4
UL 1P.MW Tnt.lM:iU. JM rttT.
MS kf ail law tna
WASTED GERMAN IRL
.TAXTRO-CIHL FOR CSV'ERAL HOCSE-
work. ipply at 11:0 Second aveune.
FjR SALE A FIR?T-C AS ORGAN AT
Cheap rales. Ajvlj 1S Tn rd avenue.
FOR RENT NICK FLAT OF THHEE tOOMS
In Indnstrisl llnm. Siesm heat ana m
tore, .pel J ta T. 11. Tb ma.
WA'iTFD-A 8ITUA1ION BY AN EXPKR
jence i coilc and lanndrs. Refcreiici'S
given. Address "" a kucs office.
f OR REST TWO HOUSES 17 0"OT OP-
r de-. on Third nviine. at SS and 10 Der
uddlq. ppiy jiiu i Diraa'ence.
WAVTEI A TOUS VAN Pf.ACE TO
rnrk whil -. attending cnl'e!e. Address L..
s la care or Anenstaua college, tiiy.
17 A V r it D - SITU AT ION BY A YOINO LADY
. a ( tenoErranher or ass: am bookkeen r
ran give good icfcrenc;s. Address "R," this
IITATKP EOAGI!MENTS BY A OEFTI-
tlert pmiefions nurce. late of Vanchentfr.
Enirlanii. T rms very reouaole. Apply lhis
SAT.BMANTOCARR? STDK LINK RAVPI.E
cae containing CO article fr. auitabls for
any tviaine, e.it (liini rl-j couimi pioq. I.
JD. MEYER T!A OPRXED A FIXBSKAT-
in" riak at Fourth and Greco street '.Daven
port. Alt mod-rn aocimimrtdtttior.ft. Kiei'trtc
iitrnt. ere. Uptn ror the public at all bonrs clny
UARRY B IKVIX, "DEADER IV NEVT AND
II 8t:Cin(i-hfind i'uonti. ln irnniln riatiiilorl on
commi'-ion. Vh tai-t for all aitnbe fuAi-
tnre Bef ire bnvinc give me a rail lull Second
aveune. lock inland.
WASTE t-TO DUY FOR CASH SECOND
band socKlr of everv dewrfDrion. Monv to
lian ou con u t and rih nriir!es of rtlne. 4iiodi
ftored and old on eommicp.on. Leave your or-
ucr a; io-"-aecoua avenue j. . joue?.
V1TANTED A KEUACLE LADY OR GCF-
f tlem-in to oipirbute snuinled and make a
f onfe-to-hnof ranvaft for our vegetable toilet
wrap!. 50 lo ii niorth eaily m d. Adrp(i
t'P.rt? & Hied. to 85J AUfclin avenue. Chi
WANTED 'MEN' WlIO WILL WORK PR
$75 a roc. nth tnary or lartre cninrsi'o
aelltmr napl. -jfdi by turn pie to dealer. Ex
TTi"iice .urnect-HstTy. nt us. lloufel)o'd
SpO' lnliy company, TT W. Fourth etrvet, Cincin
Iff ANTE n AGENTS TO SELL OVU CHOICE
it u wry atock and seed. frtitt t een. rows
ptirubp. ornamiM trtlf. -c. Apply at onrf and St?
curo the territory. Iiiu?lrAtd bn-.k fr Ad
or! witb r feici.ee-, F. i. 5iay Company,
WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS TO KNOW
that Cryp'al murhle enameled preservlnfr
kettle a'su Afire ci ke bea'er nnd Ii d Siar iiier
noUfii, is Mid by ac Ms pcrmaiiMitlr lora'ed at
818 Twentv-fonrth ureet. An H qntirt kettle iu
cludh g strainer, pittnt cover, price, 51 .50.
WANTED SCHOLARS TO LEA UN TUB
Frenrli Ki vMom a' lull tj rord ave
nue, Tto cotiip etc tynlem emrtrar1 the mtxlol.
coirptefe Instruc tout in cuttinc til tire, French
bafitinc ai.d H'iiiiiL' for only 10 IMml trice for
system complete. fi5 Mr M. E. Lawson,
Oil HO TO ANY M W OR WOMAN" WE
kDXVU cannot teach to draw a c rayon por
tiait by onr ttateiit nith d in three leteoiis. We
pa ourtiuptlr ?0 to 3iH (er week to w. irk for
ns at home, evrnttipa rr s;aarft tim. lerd for
work ami ptrttctiiar. Herm mn & Seymour, -18
South sixth trt et, rhtlndeiphia, 1'a.
.CENTS WANTED MALE AND FEMALE,
il iid and you l'. to io prr day easily
made, fcllinjr our atv-n I'iaiioir tntfli, and d
iuic gold, fritwr. nieael, ropfer nd hra plating
tia' is wa'ranred to wear from five to 15 jri-ar ii
every cUf- of metal, tahlewear. jeweiry, etc
Liclit ant easily h-m-iVd. n e.xprir:i'e nquir d
to operate tbni. t:nii be carried by hana with
case from home to botie, mint us a ?ttp stick or
sate b iU Afreits arc making money raoldiy.
1 he. j ieH to almost i-very bnmft! houp, family
and workshop, t-'tieap, dma'-lp, si mule and
with n tb re&ci of evrmie. I!nte almost in
stantly, eqnni to ihe tliefl new work. tend for
rircnlar?, etc. :ien ity silver and Nickel
PlatioK Co , East bi. Louin, ill.
OF YOUR LIFE
TO GET A FUR
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1605 Second Av.
ISirOrders Promptly Attended to.
Gloves Made To Order"
mm mi booms
Baths ot all kindi. including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
tric, electro-thermal, etc, may
be obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Boo mi, on the first floor ot
the Harper House.
For Ladles From 9 a. m. to
12 m. on week days For Gen.
tlemen From 2 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 daring business hours.
Gymnasium connected with ba'.I
Will find something snited to their wants in our superb collec
tion ot new and standard publications. This season the old
favorites are in attractive new dres. beautifully printed and
illustrated, and cannot fail to make acceptable presents.
Dr. Miller's Year Book.
Golden Words For Daily Counsel.
Address by II. Drnmond.
Spirit nf Love, bv Frederick D. Maurice.
There Go the Ships, by C. H. Spurgeon.
Selected Poems of Elizabeth Barrett Browning.
Building of Character, bv by Kev. J. K- Miller.
Silent Times, by Rev. J.R. Miiler.
Helen Jackson's Poems.
Out of the Heart. Poems for lovers young and old.
The above books are bound in dainty conceptions of lvorine
and white and gold, hand painted; also in flexible Morocco.
Sorrows of Satan, by Maria Corclli. About Paris, bv
Kichard H. Davis. As Others Saw Ilitu K Retros
pect. Speeches of Abraham Lincoln, by Chittenden.
The Day of Auld I.aug Syne A continuation of Bolide
the Bonnie Briar Bush. A Daughter of tho King, bv
Grant Allen. The Comedy of Sentiment, by Dr. Max
Nordan. Works of Eugene Field, Whiteotub Riley.
The above is only a partial list; there are others too numerous
to mention. Call early and have your choice of these beauti
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Music Books a large stock of 50c folios just received.
Sheet Music largest stock in the state.
All Musical Goods.
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