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Wkdnisdit. March 9. 1893.
CALL FOR nEHOCRATIC (HATE
IOX1EST10S Or 1L.L1XOIM,
Headquarters Democratic State Central Com
mittee of Illinois Sherman House, Chicigo,
Febrnary 12, ihsk. a Convention of the Dem
ocracy of the State of Illinois, is herebv called to
wet tn the Hall of the House of Representatives,
In S prtnctield, Illinois, on Wednesday April JTth,
ISOT, at S o'clook p. , for the purpose of nomi
matiug candidates to be vote! fur on Tnrsdar,
lovember h, 1M94. forthe offices of Governor;
lieutenant Governor; Secretary of Sta'e; Anditor
of Public Accounts; treasurer: Attorney tjener
1 ; Three Trustees of the University I Illinois;
Two Congressmen as. Large; also for the purpose
of selecting one Presidents Elector from eat:h
Congressional Dii trict. and four Pririenriiii
Electors from the state at la-ge. Two delegates
from each Congressional Distiicl andeiiht dele-
mim me state at la-ge to the Democratic
National Convention, to be held in Chicago. June
II, W.n. One State Committeeman from tacb
Congressional Ditr.c. and aev. n at.-ite Com.
milteemen from the Mate at .'arse, and such other
business as may rroptrly cmie liefore the con-
"on. J tie Dans oi rt presentation tor ettn
county shall be: One ik-.i-giite for each four
bnndred votes cast for P Itvelaud and Thurman at
the last , Presidet tial Electioa, and one delecate
for each f. actional part thereof, of two hundred
Totes or it ore. t'nder this call the representation
of Rock In. and county will be, on S.tite votes, 9
By order c.f the Democratic State Central Com
mittee of Illinois. Dsns P. PHttrs.Chairman.
Tueo. NELsoy, Stcrtlsrv.
Tlie follcw-inc resoluth n h js arionted by the
Demccratic Slate tential Committee, February
Be it reo!ved. That it is tins sense of this Cvin
miuee. that the Amtialian Ballot 1 aw applUs tn
he election of officers at the annnul town n eet
ing to all elec.ions no pt as sjiecially tro tted
in said law, and this committee recommend that
all elections to be lieid for town otfic rs this
spring, be held lit der theprovisioas 6 mi accord i,g
to the letter of said law.
The democratic vo ers cf Rock Inland are rc
fj nested to asmblc at the n?ua! voting p!arts in
their respective wards at 7 : p. m., on
SATURDAY. MARcII 12, IS?,
to nomii !e Candidates in each ward, for alder
men, as follows : Cne ttdi In all the words for
two yecrs ai d cne cm h fn the S:x:h and Seventh
for one ye-r. and to chcose dtleia-es to the city-town-hip
convention. Thewatds are entitled io
den pates a- follows, their rutiu of representation
beirgone for nery.-O votes, and frac ional io
otec or over cast fcr 1 res, iiei.t in lssN:
V ot-j. T. :ep-iie
First Wad ..
Fourth Ward it's
. . . VS.i
The deletes so elect .d w ill meet at Turner
WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH If.,
at 7;3fo'clock. for the purpose of nominating can
didates for one supervisor fi r two year-, two
assistant supe:visors for two years, town collector
and assesstr;a!so to upj-olLUhuiriuau of the ci'y
HENRY L.WIIEE: AN.
Chairman City-lownship Committee.
String field Monitor: A family of
criminnis Las cost the state cf New York
fl.COO.OOO in 75 years. TLis is cheap
There is an individual in Pittsburg noted
as a builder of libraries and soup bouses
who tas cost the people ?25,0l 0.000 iD
The beef and pr.rk packers and Kent
dealers generally do not hesita'e to eay
that of all the ropes who since the days
of Peter have ruled the most powtrful
cburch in Chiis'.endc m, Leo XIII. is best
entitled to be regarded as the wisest and
greatest. His pes mission to the arcb
bifchops tnd bii-hops to relieve the faith
ful from the oblipatiors of the Lenten
fast in districts i iD.cte.I with la grippe,
has con mended him to their kind consid
eration and reverence. It is known,
howeTer, that the fish and egg dealers
who had laid in large supplies for the
Lenten Benson are es enthusiastic in tbeir
admiration of the Pope as the flesh meat
Teeke was quite an interesting little
episode in the rooms of the secretary of
the senate last week. Senator nil
strolled into the room acd remarked that
if convergent, be would like to draw a
little money. The secretary of the sen
ate is aiBO the disbursing officer of the
senate. lie draws monthly from the treas
ury a efficient emount to pay the salar
ies of members, Btd at the bf ginning f
every session draws enouch to pay their
xnileace end stationery aUowecces. Sen
ator Hill's n quest was promptly re
sponded to by the disbursing cle:k. who
placed before him vouchers far an amount
aggregating about $5,000 and asked him
to sign them . "Oh no," said the senator,
"I want a voucher for my salary
from the day I was sworn in, the
7th or January. 1892. ud to tie er d
of February. This is jour UBual pay
day, is it no: the third cf the month?"
The clerk said it was, but went on to re
mark that they had a certain amount
etandine on their book to the credit of
the New York senator, and to pay out
only a portion of that amount would
cause confusion in their book-keeuino-
and that of the treasury department.
With some brufqueneps of manner Mr.
Hill said this was none of his business;
they must keep their books to suit them
selves. Lie wishad to draw his saltry for
the actual time be bad served in the sen
ate and not 1 cent more. After some
further parlejirg the clerk drew out a
voucher for 897. C9, and this Kr. H;ll
signed and took a check for that amount
in full payment of all his claims upon the
senate salary and mileage found up to
For beauty, for comfort, for improve
ment of the complexion, use only Poz
soni's Powder; there is nothing equal to it
OOPYRIOH T BY AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION. ISB2
A small, square sign 'beside the post of a
door in ne of the business streets of New
York set forth the fact to all whom it
might in tt-Test that Daniel Stewart, arch
itect, ha 1 his office on the second floor.
Apparently this announcement had been,
of intere it to no one, for it had stared the
public b aukly in the face for more than
twelve months and the public had
vouchsafed it no attention.
A very tlih.erent taouht had been in
Mr. Ste vart's mind when he put it
there, at d his intention hail been to be
discriinriating and a trifle hard to please
in his selection of patrons, and just a
little difu-ult in regard to the orders
which w mid inundate him not enough
to dam t if tide of prosperity, of conrse,
but snftit ient to increase its impetuosity.
A man must not cheapen himself, he
must del lonstr.tte that he has full belief
in his own ability and consciousness of
its worth, so that the world, in its un
thinking haste may find this view ready
to its hand and adopt it. So thinks
every man who is worth his salt when
heembaiks on a new ventnre; and so
he should think .'or if in youth he has
not Vx-liei in him elf and hojie for the
world lii s case is a sad one, and the
sooner he buys himself a revolver and
Lies him o a better country the littter
for his comfort.
Dan's was a sunny, hopeful nature,
and it tuck twelve full months of per
sistent di.-couragetnent to convince hint
that a Ci lions public was resolved to
give him no opportunity to house it in a
style and for a price heretofore un
dreamed of. and to make him realize
that In-lit f i'.i one's self, while undoubt
edly an excellent tiling, is inadequate to
force from the world substantial recog
nition of c ne's t;.leiits. Houses he could
build; and that right well, for he had a
thorough knowledge ( .f Ins Imsiness: but
an ability can scarcely be cotisidered
of practical value when there st ems no
market f r it. Houses there were ia
plenty to lie Imil led, but other men got
lite work o:n-how through being in the
ring or having interest or other things
to push them, while Pan was a little
out-side of it all. not being even a native
born New Yorker.
lie had !irt seen the light of day (or
rather of twelve wax candlos, for it was
eleven o'cl x-k of a pitch dark night) m
a stately room of a stately house near the
city of St. John. New Brunswick. Some
snperstitio l of his house, handed straight
down frot i a Highland granddam, de
manded that to insure good fortune t--
an i.ifant 1 e must he ushered into the
world by t ie aid of candles twelve in
numlior, and that, to secure exceptional
good fortu n, such as intellectual gifts
and the jK-wer of winning affection, he
must le be rn as near the magic hour of
midnight as he conveniently could man
age. Dan had missed the supreme good
by undue l.asre, but he had small right
to gibe at l'ortune for the way in which
she used hiui.
Dan foT' (J !iiy any to nlicrc JYcti -4n-Ihoii
When he was fifteen he was sent down
to New York to an old bachelor uncle, a
brother of h s mother's, who had offered
to adopt and educate him and to leave
him all his 1 irtune.
He went t Andover first and after
ward to Harvard, where he graduated
in several courses and took a good de
gree. His talent for drawing, modeling
and construe tion was so d'-cided that he
desired to make architecture his profes
sion, but to t his his uncle would in no
wise consent. He had adopted the boy
that he might have a son to succeed him
in his bnsine , he averred, not that the
son might ('raw lines on paper. The
noblest arcl itectnre in his eyes was
that which constructed fortunes.
Blessed with a sunny temiK-rament
and the manners which unselfishness
and kindiiner s of heart bestow, Dan was
a general fa vi rite, pleasing quite as much
by his nnafftvted enthusiasm and genu
ine boyish high spirits as he did by Ids
cleverness and exquisite tact. He was
not hundsom-3, and was rather small,
and his hair was well nigh scarlet; but
nobody minded that he least of all
and a couple of year3 passed away very
pleasantly m learning the ways of fi
nance and flirtation and becoming con
verted from a charming student into an
equally charu.ing tnan of the world.
Then suddenly the foundations of his
prosperity sliC from under him. leaving
him stunned for awhile and inclined to
question Ids o .vn identity . There was a
crisis of affah-s, a wild panic, followed
by a deep hush, in which men looked
about steal thijy to see who was hurt and
who was killed, and fortune fell like
leaves before frost ami were whirled
away on the winds of rain; and here
and there a';istol shot rang through
handsome chambers and there was a
quiet, hasty brxial at Greenwood.
After his uncle's death Dan Stewart
was forced to look about him. After
the creditors were satisfied there was
very luue lett ot what was to nave Deen
his inheritance only a few thousands,
but enough for a start Dan thought in
some new placo. A horror of the hurry
ing, heartless city in which his fortunes
had sneered shipwreck seized, on him
for t lio t i mi. nrwl lii ltnmA in NTw
! Brunswick being broken up he went
out west and roved about for several
years. Although he failed to add much
to his store of material blessings, he
contrived to get considerable enjoyment
out of life, for the same traits which se
rured hint popularity in his youth won
him affection in his manhood.
It was during this portion of his
rareer that he made the acquaintance of
Ned Anthony. It was in a saloon in a
Jttle mining town in one of the territo
ries kept by an Irish bully named O'Hara.
A party of roughs were drinking and at
a small table in one corner four men
pla; ing poker. Dan noticed one of the
players jiarticnlarly, because of his being
j a stranger in the pl.ict r.nd because of a
, certain rough grace ir, the poses of his
j splendid athletic figure, the beauty of
his silky brown beard, and a trick he
had of lowering his lids and looking out
'through half shut eyes. He was won
jdering who the man could le, when
there arose a cry of foul play in the cor
ner, and he saw the brown bearded man
quick as a flash pin the hand of one of
his opponents to the table with a long,
keen, double e.hged knife which he had
whipped out of the breast of his hunting
In less than a minute, a scene of the
wildest confusion was inaugurated:
blows were struck, shots fired, and the
air surcharged with threats and pro
fanity. Dan. whose every instinct was
i to esponse the weaker side, forced his
i way to where Ned Anthony stord with
his back to the wall, righting with cool
. ness and science, but at a terrible dis
advantage, liecause of having emp
Jtied the only loadtsl chiTiiber of his
I revolver in the beginning of the affray,
it would have gone hard with the
i pair in a very short titne, for the roughs
were heavily armed and growing dan
derons, but for the iiiTrrfeiv:,ce of the
Irish proprietor, who with a Doimy brook
fair taste for righting combined a warm
regard for his own i issossion-t. I:i lan
guage that reeked of brimstone he pro
claimed that the person;;! welfare of the
combatants was a matter of utter indif
ference to him. but that he objected, to
having his furniture smashed or Lis
i saloon turned into a slaughter pen with
any of their foolishness, and rushed into
;the mi lee, followed by his bartender.
I With the aid of this re-enforcement our
I two friends did such effective Work that
h' a comparatively short space of time
: the roughs found themselves thnut ili
' glorionslv into the street.
) The acquaintance, from this stormy
j beginning, developed into a queer kind
. of friendship and some intimacy. The
men had little in common, save physical
courage and high animal spirits, unless
a love of adventure and of the solitude
I f'f nature and a mutual taste for sport
;be taken into account.
! In character and ir.tellet t they were
j totally dissimilar, although both were
; strong men. The causes of their attrac
I tion for each other might have repaid
investigation had cither man been given
jto analysis or interested in psychological
( subtleties. Unfortunately, the oppor
tunity was thrown away; for Ned's ac
quaintance with the word "analysis"
I was confined to its appearance in the
I columns of the dic tionary and its appli
cation to minerals, and Dan's mind was
j without the twist which leads to morbid
rc-search and subtle investigarion. Un
man emotion thrilled and iutere.- ted him,
lmt he had no promptings to examine it
under a pocket lens.
Perhaps this was as well Z;t poor hu
manity, for Dan's nature was so sympa
thetic, his interest so warm and his tact
so perfect, that had his tastes directed
him to emotional dissection he would
'never have ln'en without a subject.
' Men. women and children confided, in
him copiously; to know him was not
mere ly to love him, but to lay bare the
mental and moral anatomy to him also,
j Given a pij a camp fire in a lonely
canyon an t uan Stewart lor a compan
ion, and the most reserved man on earth
would forget his caution and turn him
self inside out. like a glove drawn from
a rmnd ton liiro-o for it-
It is not surprising, therefore, that
during their lonely mountain exjx.-ililions
Ned Anthony's heart should ojien to his
' companion's sunny influence, and that
j all of his history should pass into Dan's
i-,.-i-i. i r. . n . .. . c .
true gold that enric hed the ragged quartz
The discovery of the existence cf this
vein was delightful to Dan. who had all
a clean natnred man's reverence for ro
mance. It gave his companion a deeper,
more individual interest for him. and
drew closer the bond between them.
The cherishing of an emotion so tender
and fragrant touched him. from its
sharp contrast to the rest of Anthony's
character; it was 1" .aig a pale,
sweet arbutus flower in the clefts of a
"You must make a lot of money,
Ned. and go home and marry the young
lady," he said, brimming over with en
thusiasm. '-Let me see; it's fifteen
years since you came away or say four
teen and a half, to be strictly accurate.
VThy, Nod, she's a grown young woman
long ago: You must hurry up, old fel
low, or somebody will step ;n and spoil
the romance. 1 couldn't stand that, you
know; it's flat and disconcerting. No;
you must marry little ilary yourself.
I can't possibly play any other way.
The curtain must fall upon this idyl to
the music of the wedding march."
Anthony had laughed aloud, and pre
tended to think this scheme utterly vis
ionary and his friend a wild enthusiast,
but the idea pleased him immensely. He
would recur to it again and again, and
all the purK.ises and ambitions held in
solution in his mind began to crystallize.
Once he essayed to set before Dan a pic
ture of the caste prejudice so strong
among Virginians, and to explain to
hirn what a barrier it was likely to prove
in such a matter as the one under dis
cussion. B.rt Dan would have none of
tC'fci'J on TUiril pagt)
Gentlemen: We place
on sale a line of Calf and
Kangaroo Shoes in Con-
gress and Bals equal to
any $).00 shoe ever sold
in this market at the low
price of $4.00.
1623 Second Ave.,
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Washington Express ! 8 :SS pm li :05 pm
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All passe gcr trah. atrive and "depart Union
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Through ticket" o all po.nts ; baggage checked
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yf admialntrrlnic tr. Halnea'
I: is frsirnfactuied as a powasr, which can be trvrn
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wuh jat Lhe knowledge of the patient. It is absents!
nsrmlee. and will eAect m permsneot and spear
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Tor Tickets, Maps, Folders, or desired Information
apply to any Coupon Ticket Office tn the Cnited States
or t ansfiii, or address
E. ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN,
Cenl Manager, Gen"! Tkt. A Pass. Agt,
',' i; e. c. frazew. ; :
A MJHRTZ COAL. I NL !
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
MOLINE. - ILLS.
Office Corner Fifteenth street and Third Ave.
BBCCeedetheMoline Savings Bank. Orgarized 1868
S PEB KIT. IITEEEST P1!D CI DTOTS.
Organized under SUte Laws.
Open from 9 a. m. to 8 p. mM and Wednesday and
Saturday nights from 7u8.
Pobtsb BKUfxaa, ... President
H. A, AlaswORTH, - - Vice-President
C. f. Hiiuvir, ... Cashier
Porter Bklnner, S. W. Wheelock.
C. A. Bose, H . A. AJne worth,
G. H. Edwards, W. H. Adams,
Andrew Fribere, C. P. liemeaway
These shoes are perfec
utters, new goods, com
styles, genuine hand wei-
ana guaranteed to
satisfaction. We will
these shoes at S4.00 un
closed; so don't dclav,b;
be fitted before sizes' a
Irft'T a fa
Chicago, Minneapolis c-r.d St. Fau
Via the Famou AIVi; .
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Vi St. Louis, Minnaarotifi i St. I
Through Sleepers and tete
KANSAS CITY, MINNEAPOLIS AND ST.rUU
FECKIA, CECAB F..VIDS AND SiO'JX ftUL
CHICACO AND CEDAR RAPIDS
Via the Fjancus Al.s-r: 1. 't.
THE SHORT LINE
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The Great Io-; S - :i i .. . r Iws
For Ttail vny and H it. ' 1 : "'
rampliU-t and till ics. : .
Cieu'l Ticket 1'., : A.-
F0R CHEAP I
On line of t!ii r.nd in N .-
Southeastern Minnt't-t :n.-i f - -where
drought ami eii- : ... - r
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tien'I Ticket ami I';-. I'-t A- it
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this Kailwav are 'h. h : ,
enpine.anrl the Main l.in- I'. - 1; - :
are lighted vith tlie j:'..-.-:i:- '.
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formation fumifheU on ;,i .:;. . ! t
Tickets on sale over this nu t' :i ..'!
tioiiits In ttie 1'iiion. l v :: A--parts
of the Cnited St:,t.- ;n..i iii.u :i
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arid local matters of interest, j : i
local columns o Uus pupet .
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C. J. IVES. J. E. HANNV
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No Drag, or Mediciaea of Any Bi4
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No Inconsenlence whatever pleasant t" ,
Can be boaght at any first-class f"' ..'
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recipe to BOX 19, Mit'e"'-