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THE ABQUB.I FBIDAY.' JAN UAUY 22, '1892
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and ci notU'.-s uy nn icauiug urug
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. i- ti ji-tif '"litTol of our buMnees and up
rt'vi ?ul'-u;:er.ts in every cit in tlii
vitr; e- 'm.rcrsui demand, and iay a net
tr. at :" ; ! per cent. TUB UNION COM
rANV.TIt i::..aiiw-iy, New York.
rt workers everywhere for "SHEI'P'S
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gav; K-.'v. 1! rry Pi-ht?r, Plainfirl 1, Mtiss., $1S7
it'vhwr: M! II. H. Hsrns, Garflvld. Penn.,
J:4 iri ; h i r : y iiiinutts. The ijreaiesr book on
ff.ti. M in:mu:U iiiimrated circulars and terms
t:f-. lv k or. cr , i!it. Kreitrht p-iid. Keamiful
j:id: o..!- i. Ad'lre. low Bible Pnbhshing
i . ; -.s l t.-'-'t iit street. Philadelphia, Pa.
j. s ke;iy.
T. B. KE1DY.
I jv. and mftna2'P p'ororty on commlps-:;a-
;t.fi:ii d (jppfjrtuintrcs for iiivuptin?. Some
z i onr.-.tinc for jmrries deHiring comfortable
fc.mfs at rrn-i.nurjk- prices and lontriime to suit
tyi rt ia-urncc a ii.ecialty.
1S03 Second Avenue, over
Horjpe's Tailor Shop.
Subscribe for Stock
In the Second series of the
Home Building and Loan Asso
ciation, of J:ock Island.
A safer and better investment
than Government Bonds, be
cause the loans are made only
npon established values and it
pays more than three times as
much interest besides the
amount invested and the profits
can be withdrawn at any time.
Money loaned at lowest rates.
K. A. DONALDSON, Secretary.
u"icr. Tiooms 3. 4. 5 and 6 Maaonic Temple,
O. M. LOOSLXT,
Crockery, uluss, China and Table Cutler,
FOR BIGH Ell HONORS.
Hon. E. S. Wilson and the Guber
The Mtate Treasurer in the cltynnd
Manxvine ofihe Hareen or His
Candidacy A Chat on
Hon. E. S. Wilscn, of Olney. state
treasurer of Illinois, is the guest of Rock
Island and Molioe -'riends today. He
spent the morning in Moline and came
down to the Rot k Island house
in time ti dice in company
with Hon. George W. Vinton and
MessTB. M.J. McEniry and G W. Drs
per of Moline and otters from this city.
Mr. Wilson is, as it prettv generally
known throughout the stKte, a candi
date for" tho democratic nomina
tion for governor, and his friei.ds
are ardently and enthusiastically
championing his caus! .with the argument
that having ctrrit d the state last fall
gives him a prestigscver other promi
nent eat didstes for the head of the state
ticket. Mr. Wilson's mission to the twin
cities today is to ascertain with what de
gree of popularity his candidacy is re
ceived, and to an Aki cs representative,
who sought an espresuon from him as to
the outlook. Mr. Wile on said: 'I have
met the greatest encotin gemect on every
side, not only in Rock IsIbdU county and
the Eleventh congrtf sional district, but
throughout central Illinois wherever I
have been, and frcm the best I can learn,
I flatter myself that wore the convention
to be held tomorrow the nomination
would come to me with practical unanim
ity." Asked as to the outlook for the repub
lican nomination, Mr. Wilson said, "as
the situation is today, Fifer is renomis
nated, tcough the number of aspirants
throughout the state for the republican
nomination is causing a good deal of
feeling and may rhaDge the present out
look very materially I etween this and the
time the convention n.eeis."
"What is the outlook throughout the
state for democratic success on the state
and national ticket next fall?" asked
'Illinois is un-republican," was Mr.
Wilson's reply, "and if the democracy can
combine the elements opposed to repub
licanism there is no dc al l of carrying the
state next fall."
"What do you think of the location of
the national democritic convention at
"If its location in the Illinois metropo
lis is in accord with ir e calm and delib
erate best judgment of the national com
mittee and not the result in any sense of
manipulation, the cho ce should be satis
factory to the democrits of the country.',
"Who do you think is likely to receive
the democratic nomination for the presi
"If Mr. Cleveland comes to the con
vention with the unatiimous support of
the New York demociacy the nomination
will go to him, if not it will be very apt
to come west."
' With Cleveland nominated who do
you think wou M be ai t to' receive second
"As far as I can judge now. Gray, of
Indiana, stands the best chance, provid
ing the presidential nomination goes
"And if it should come west, where
would first honors go?"
' If it should come v est I don't know
of one who would make a better head for
the ticket, or who world make a better
race or a better preside nt than Gen. John
M. Palmer, of Illinois '
Ho saying Mr Wilson turned to speak
to another gentleman who had come up,
and the fcribe closed his note book and
Frank Wilson charged with burglariz
ing Sheib's blacksmith shop in Rapids
City wss tried, and the jury returned a
verdict of not guilty. Attorneys H. A.
Weld and George W, Wood appearing
for the dsfendant.
The jury in the case of Rush McHugb,
of Moline, charged with assau't with in
tent to murder, returned a verdict last
evening of not guilty. The esse at
tracted much attention on account of the
young man's extreme youth and previous
good character, the defense being ably
conducted by Maj.Bea-dslev and Willism
The case of John Lnnan, held on an
Indictment charging hita with burglary at
the plow shop store last February was
then taken up. A jury composed of
Walter Ammerman. W. A. Giles, Frank
Wake, John Swisher, (). 8. Long, J . J.
Stroehle, 8amuel Swisl er.EdwardSpivey,
John Ullmark. J. K. Thompson, feter
Florin and C H. SoutL was selected.and
the testimony is being taken today. John
Looney appears for the defer dint.
"I bad a dream, which not all a dream."
t .. .trriA of th wsrld'a benefactors.
Tall among these I saw Washington,
Franklin, uowara, ana ur. buil, ue wuu
makes the Cough Bvrn a of course.
A handsome comple ucn is one of the
greatest charms a woman can poasaas
pozsoni's Complexion powder gives it
What is more attractive than a pretty
facewith atresh.brightcomplexiont For
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The Arid Th.imaa Combination Last
Kvininc-Comlns Cntrr tainmcn'S.
Lsst evening at Harper's theatre was
given the Ariel-Thomas entertainment,
one of the best in the course provided by
the Rock Island Lecture association. The
audience was large and well pleased, and
would have been happy had the pr
gramme been longer. No special words
of commendation need be given any of
the cultured young ladies, Misses Nellie
E Fox' and Ada L. Briggs, sopranos;
Mit sua Fannie E. Holt and Mable F.
Mumber, altos, the quartette singing in a
mtnnf r that displaytdnatural sweet voices
and much painstaking care in harmoniz
ing ihem, but- Mr. Thomas' impersona
tions and recitations bemg a charge from
the rest of the programme, were highly
appreciated, as evidenced Dy the hearty
applause he received.
Tonight at Koowles' hall, Moline, Max
O'Rt-11 will deliver his lectura on "Amer
ica as Seen Tbrongh French Spectacles,"
and no doubt quite a number of Rock
Island people will go up to bear it.
Much has been said and written in New
York and other eastern cities about the
new American comedy from the pen of
Hetbert Hail Winslow, entitled 'A Bar
rel cf Money," to fce produced here to
mi rrow niaht by E. D. Stair's company.
Tt is claimed for this "Barrel" that it
contains a wholesome, homely and hu
mane story, abounding in hearty touches
of nsture that move the gentler and bet
ter impulses, and it is also prolific with
more "character and comedy hits," w ith
a dramatic significance that offors oppor
tunities for the exercise of the actors
legitimate, than the whole contemporary
brood of machine- made melodramas and
modern farce comedies. While songs
and specialties are a part of this play,
and uproarious fun is in full sway at
times, the blending of Eenliment is so
perfect that the auditor goes from the
ridiculous to the rational and vice versa
unconsciously and without a seeming in
consistency. In short, the entertainment
is said to be aa entertaining as well as
eliborate one, in the highest sense of the
The much talked of "Prince and
j Pauper" the drama constructed from
Mark Twain's story of that name will be
at the Burns at Davenport tomorrow
night. It will introduce to our theatre
goers in its leading roles, EUie Leslie,
who achieved great fame in New York,
first in a one act piece called "Etlitha's
Burglar," next as the original Little Lord
Fauntleroy, ard lastly as the Prince and
Tom Canty in the play first mentioned.
It is said that the dramatization pre
serves the idea of the story as Mark
Twain wrote it to a remarkable degree at
the same time utilizing its dramatic
Harry P. Mawson' beautiful and pic
turesque military comedy"A Fair Rebel,"
which had a six weeks' run at the Four
teenth street theatre in New York early
in the season and made a hit equal to
"Shenandoah," comes to this city for the
first time next Monday evening. It is a
play with many bright cemedy lines while
the scenic effects are decidedly noyel. The
most startling is one showing the histor
ical escape through the tunnel of Union
officers from Libfey prison which tock
place during the winter of 1S64. An
other scene will show the shooting of a
Union officer from the top of a telegraph
pole while in the act of tapping a wire to
send a message to headquarters in the
field. A soldiers' quartette is introduced
in the Libby prison scene, and some
charming negro ditties with banjo ac
companiment are a feature. Miss Fanny
Gillette, an emotional actress of reputa
tion, appears as Clanete Montieth "A
CALLED FROM EARTH.
Mrs. KoHsnaa E. Nwudrr, an Early
Settler, Breaths Her Last at an Early
Honr This Moraiox.
Mrs. Rosanna E. Swander, relic of the
late Alexander F. S warder, died at the
residence of ber daughter. Mrs. Rose E.
Marshall. 429 Forty -third street, at 4.80
o'clock this morning of pneumonia, with
which she had been suffering for a week.
The deceased was one of the early set
tlers of Rock Island county, and proba
bly one of the best known of our people
who had lived here in pioneer times.
She was born in Philadelphia Not. 14,
1S15, coming of genuine Quaker stock,
her family being noted for its longevity,
her mother attaining the age of 100 years
and 6 months, ber father passing away at
88 and her grandmother reaching the ripe
old age of 105. Mrs. Swander came to
Rock Island county with her husband in
1642, settling first at Illinois City and re
moving two years later to Moline. In
1850 Mr. and Mrs. Swander located in
Rock Island and in 1S53 Mr. Swander
was elected first sheriff of Rock Island
county serving until 1854 when he was
elected police magistrate, an office he held
until 1665 when he moved back to Moline
where be resided until his death 12 years
ago, since which time Mrs. Swander has
made ber borne with ber daughter in
Mrs. Swander was a woman who was
loved by all who knew ber, and many
throughout the county will grieve . when
they know of her demise. She was all
her life a faithful member of the Univer
salist church and was one of the first
members of the Rock Island County Old
The funeral will be held fuiday after
noon at 2 o'clock from the residence of
lira. Marshall on Forty-third street.
Ton Can Rely
Upon Hood's Sarsaparilla as a positive
remedy for every form of scrofula, salt
rheum, boils pimples and all other diseases
caused by impure blood. It eradicates
every impurity and atthessme time tones
and vitalizes the whole-system.
Constipation, and all troubles with the
digestive organs and the liver, are cured
by Hood's Pills. Unequalled as a dinner
The favorable impression produce! on
the first appearance of the agreeable li
quid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs a few
years ago has been more than confirmed
by the pleasant experience cf all who
have used it, and the success of the pro
prietors and manufacturers of the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup company.
"Isn't she beautiful!" occasionally one
hears this expression, as a lady with a
strikingly loyely complexion passes along
the street. Certainly! she uses the fa
mous Blush of Roses, manufactured by
Miss Flora A. Jonea, South Bend. Inri.
Supplied by T. U. Thomas. Price 7.-
cents per bottle.
The best medicil authorities say im
proper way to treat catarrh is to tak .
constitutional remedy, like Hood s Str
saparilla. "My son, deal only with men who ml
vertise. You will nuver loose by it."
J. E- Montrose, Manager.
ONE NIGIIT ONLY.
Saturday, Jan. 23.
Tire American Character Comeriv.
Barrel of Money.
A sublime Won tine of broad aTid natnral comedy,
mi lodrama, and a tinue or iwationli-m.
In Act III faithful presentation of the
IRON MILLS AT WORK.
A positive revelation of stairc mechanism.
The whole eup .demented bv
A F. SK Of HX AXI '.Ml.Stn.
Prices 23. so and . Seats for sale at Harper
uLiu-t uui.riijaey uuu. l
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
Monday, Jan. 25.
"In the prion cell I git
Thinking mother, dear, of yru.''
HEAR THE ECHOKS OP THE OLD SONG
in the Best or all Military Plays,
A FAIR REBEL
Fonnrted on histo-lrnl facts of the late clril war,
presented by a competent company, headed by
EDWARD R. MAWSON and
MISS FANNIE GILLETTE.
Alt scenery new.-ll ronuxo new, all propc-tiea
new. See the Thriliins; TelCErraph Scene, the
revolving I.fnbv Priion S -en. t n Won
derful E.caps from LIB37 PBTSJU.
Prices that never rebel 2:c, nnc. 75s and $1.
Sets oa sale at Harper house pharmacy Satur
day, Jan. 23.
Burtis Opera House,
CHAS. T. KINDT. Manager.
SATURDAY, JAN. 23.
Tut Fashionable Evkst of the Season.
Bnpugemcnt of the D'stinguished Touns Artifte
In PAXIEL FROHMAN'3 prodnctinn of Abhy
Twaiu8 unique story.
"A Perfect C'jmedv Drama
1 year Broadway theatre, X. Y.
ti months Boston mnsenm.
3 months Park theatre Phils.
Sinontbs Uooley V tlieatre,Chicago.
Price 51, TT. SO and 23. Seata Thnr- day mora
ine, Jan. 131 at Fluke's. Telephone N'o. 20.
to select from. Why pay 40 cent
to $1.00 for which you can
get lor 10 cents at
C. C. TAYLOR,
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IDS ADVERTISED FOB.
Bide wilt be received at the olSce of K outer &
Martin. 107 Mair street. Davenport, Iowa, (or a
3-etory building nntll February 5, Plans sad
specifications can be seen at ranm 7. McColtoueh
building, Davenport C. C. SCUAFKK. Arcbib ct.
Tois building is take bant at N. 1U Second
avenue, Ro:k island.
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1812 SECOND AVENUE,
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Special prices this week on
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We predict the universal use of
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for "La Grippe," all coughs, colds, croup, and
all affections of the throat, lungs and bron
Its sale has more than doubled each year since
its introduction, and the year 1891 stands out
as the banner year of its existence.
Made and sold at 10c and 2S.c per bottle by
T. H. THOMAS,
For CHOICE MEATS Go to
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All telephone orders promptly filled.
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CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds iot Carpenter "Work Done.
General Jobbing done pa abort netise a id t aCs'aetloa feaaranVed. '
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We will this week offer some big
values in fine toilet soaps'.
Sterling Tar Soap 3c
Turkish Bath 3c
Uncle Chris, an extra lare cake finely
Baby Mr Kee Pencil Tablet. 33 size, 4c
Flora " " 5c " 4c
Tom and Mariah " 5c " 4c
Double Slates 12c, 172, 23c, 30c
Slate and Lead Pencils.
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