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THE ABGU8, MONDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1894.
fMMM Dally at 4 Waafely at SB) Intil
iWi Bora burnt m.
J. W. Poms,
TBKS Hal!, ta mi pa wtk. rfsskly,
An omssaalcaHsaa af a critical er tigwu
m hrastst, antltlaal ec rsUftas But has
Ml um anacii for pablloattoa. M nek
irtlclat wtn at prtn'cd era tcttttaaa tlftwtma
OftttpoaSaMa aoHct4 froaa mn towaablp
ftliKDAT, DF.CKMBRR 10, 1891.
1'r.oKiA has secured a new industry
from 1 he east, in the way of a bicy.
Now In the time to advertlxe, and
Thr Aku is the medium through
which to do it.
Ev 1 kt member o( the new Kansas
congressional delegation is a lawyer,
and a'l except one were brought np
on fat ms. The exception is Charles
Cnrtis. who is the only man in the
delfgi tion born in Kansas.
Emckkor William sends every
year t Christmas prcscut of $10 out
of his private pocket purse to each of
tho w ilows of the sailors ami stokers
that vire killed on the Brandenburg
battk'thip by the boiler explosion.
I mart I
:rr county's new court house
ecu finished and accepted, and
ounty officer are moving in.
n connty is about to occupy
iw temple of justice. Both
buildings were erected the past
A Tear hence Rock Island
will be taking possession of
w court house, it the present
of sucrvisors carries out its
Japan rioln Too Par.
Neva from the seat of war in the
ca-t Ins been scant, and. in some re
sport -, discouraging to the friends of
Mince. says the Chicago Herald
Londi 11 correspondent. The iatpres!
sion tains ground that Japan is
push, jg her advaotage to a danger.
ou li nit. and that, unless she shows
soon 1. sincere disposition to treat
with China, the powers will find an
excus i to interpose. According to
some observers, Japan is inflated
with the pride of conquest, and will
have o be taught a lesson or two be
fore le settle, down into her true
positi in amorig civilized nations.
More than one of the European pow
ers an wiiling. if not anxious, to ac
cept the post of tutor. Indeed, were
it not for fear of arousing jealousies
slum) ering among themselves, deci
sive action would soon put an eud to
the w ir. Meantime, the powers are
watching keenly for a loophole
throu ;h which they may pass to in
tervci tinn of some sort.'and individ
ually ;rab a slice nt Chinese terri
tory. Altogether the governments
of Ki roje have enough to occupy
them lb esc days. It is refreshing in
the tuidst of rumors of complications
ami c.tanglrmuDts which threaten to
changj the map of the world to hear
a proiosai or an international popu
lur Ic igue of peace. Yet that is what
one umdon journal has proposed
this cck to remove the chances of
The opinion advanced some days
ago ) Thk Am;rs that the course of
Japar in demanding too much of her
conquered loe evinced a species 01
abnormal development that is not
consbtcnt with civilized nations, one
of wh eh the Mikado's kingdom de
sires to bo considered, seems to tie
spreading in the minds of those who
have watched the progress of the
i ftnmaa Ilaama HfalfW.
Met lods used by tho Romans for
warmniR thoir honsrs were rlovar. In
Jtomn Itself artificial warmth may havo
been t rrmttht rarely into use, though the
Italian vintcr requires fires at times.
but w leu the Roman took np his abodo
abroad an the conqn'Tur ho certainly
lived in chilly climate. In the country
house ho bnilt In England he had care
fully drvied hnatiiiR nrra'iRemcnts,
which are called byporanats. These aro
flues ruining under tho tessellated floors.
Fires -.vera lit outsido of the house, and
the bet air passed under tho floors. To
do tht s much required a knowledge of
the b lildur's nrt, with the necessary
precai turns arninst fire. Remnants of
these Jiypocnu.st aro found todny in
Ensla id, built rinriiig the Roman occn
putior Now York Times.
fapaa fttinba Orrat Britain.
If Mi lut'st dispatches from Japan
nrn w cth anything, that government's
diplot lacy is as effective as its military
dispatches. The English charge that
Japan is seeking th disruption of tho
Chine ui empire, and England is exceed
iuKly inxions alrant tho interests of hu
nianit. lint Japan declares that she ia
aeekit tf nothing of the sort and has an
equal interest in humanity with Lug
land. All she wants is to see China con-
olida'.cd and freed from crnul supers ti
tion, with her gates epru to the civili-
Mtior. and commerce of the world. If
thin 1 1 not an obliqne slap in the face
for Lreat Britain, what iait? Plnla
rail Cast liar a Month.
An American girl, giving tho name
of Unco Ljirmore threw, bas Wen sou
teticot to a month in jail ia Paris for
.t.uli itf Hiinll articles from the Bon
II and e. Her lawyer told the court tbut
she rr.jilo a but at a lames cluo in iAn-
don to travel over Europe alone. In a
moment of folly she stole the articles to
acad as present, to ncr London menus.
OUTFLOW OF GOLD.
Tea IVr Cent, of lb raw of the New Loaa
Xew Yokk, Dec. 10. The outflow of
gold to Europe has begun again. It is
lean than a week since the completion of
the payments for the foO.OOO.OOO loan waa
announced, and already nearly 15,000,000,
or 10 per cent, of the face of the loan, baa
been withdrawn by the same banking
community that a fortnight ago waa
scrnmhling for the bonds. The with
drawals are not all in Xew York; Boston
and Philadelphia are at the same game.
The explanation is that the banks do not
propose to have paper In their vaults for
tho reserve, money with which they find
themselves burdened when they can se
cure tho superior money gold and es
pcciolly when the gold may be had for
he asking over L nele Sam s counter.
The fact that impressed Wall street
most stronsrly was the demand during the
dny for 1,250,0(10 by Eazard Freror, who
will ship the coin to Paris by the steamer
i Moiirsrogno. 1 his is the opening De
cember shipment, and there are some who
flfrnrc out a payment of 40, 000. 000 before
the stream ceases. Along with this de
mand will come the rush to get goltf again
for local banks, which have been tempo
rarily depleted to secure the coveted
I nitcd States bonds. The L nitcd States
treasury officials, who had a widespread
array of gold worshipers, felt much
chagrined at seeing the growing size of
the outiiowing stream of gold.
The Rs-v. Conrad Hnney. pastor of the
Liiko Avenue Union church, of Chicago,
has eloped with Mrs. Brandt, wife of
George V. Brandt, head slesmnn of tho
Irlee linking Powder oompanj". Both
sinners leave families of children.
By the accidental and inexplicable
overturning of a ladle of mult -n metal in
the Bessemer mill of the Carnegie Steel
Co, at I'ittsburg. John Orr ond Philip
Schmidt were so Kully biirmil that they
will die and four oihcrs qnito severely
At Blosshurir. Ala.. Sandy Brown's In
fant daughter w.n burned to death while
Its mother was milling tho cow. and
Hamilton Irvlng's S-year-old son fatally
scalded himself with hot to;u
Edward Fournll. the French hilliardist.
beat Thomas (iallagher. tho Chiiwigo ex
pert, in a 1,000 point game at Xew York.
In a shnoting nffrav at Flovd. La.. R. F.
Cowthorno was killed and live others
Attorney W. J. Ski Hon. of Wichita.
Kas., charges that County Attorney
Willnrd BMne has been accepting bribes
to dismiss rases. Boone wn!loMd Skelton
for making the charcrcs and Skelton has
filed proceedings for disliarment.
An angry mob is huntinc for one Ham
mond, nuor Hoxie, Ark., who assaulted
Mrs. Clementine Calvin.
Experts who have been examining the
schot l buildings recently erected at Cleve
land. Ok., say thnt some of them are so
poorly built that they may full at any
The national conference for good city
government is in session at Minneapolis.
Kat tonal Live Stock Exrhanc.
FT. Ixt is. Dec. 10 Tho National Lire
Stock Exchange has adopted a memorial
-to tho president urging an improvement
or tne consular service and urging present
inadequacy of pay as the principal reason
for inedlciency. A proposition to have an
arbitration Ininrd connected with each ex
change to settle disputes was voted down.
Tho railway pooling bill now before con-
rn-w wits imiorscti. .'vinnisrtion 10 laein
Ivrtdiin wiu iimd anhincr. tn t.ho iint.t..-...,.!
of thu executive committee The next an
nual convention will !; lield at Chicago.
W. 11. Thompson, of Chicago, was ele:t!d
nresident. and f'lmrli-4 " Ui.Lor nrn.i.
cago, secretary. Adjournetl sine die.
Wo authorize our advertised druc
gist to sell Dr. King's New Discovery
for consumption, coughs and colds.
upon this condition, if vou are af
flicted with a cough, cold or any lung!
throat or chest trouble, and will use
this remedy as directed, giving it a
fair trial, and experience no bencht.
you may return the bottle and have
Tour moncv refunded. Wc could not
make this offer did we not know that
Dr. King's New Discovery could be
relied on. It never disappoints.
Trial bottles free at Ilartz & Ulle-
mcver's drug store. Large size 50c
and f I.
Since its first introduction Electric
Bitters has gained rapidly in popular
favor, until now it is clearly in the
lead among pure medicinal tonics
and alteratives containing nothing
which permits its use as a beverage
ir intoxicant, it is recognized as the
best and purest medicine for all ail
ments 01 siomacn, liver or Kiunevs.
It will cure sick headache, indices
tion, constipation, and drive malaria
fiom the system, satisfaction guar
anteed with each bottle or the money
will be refunded. Price only 50c per
bottle. old by ilartz & Cllemcyer,
BUCKLER S ARNICA SALTS.
The best salve in the world for
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt
rheum, fevor sores, tetter, chapped
hands, chilblains, corns and all skin
eruptions, and positively cures
piles or no pay required, it is guar
antecd to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. x or sale bv Ilartz & Ullcmeyer
OaSclal Vote of Wlaeoaaln.
M API60S, Dec 10 At tho official can.
vass made of votes cast at tho recent elec
tion the fact was ascertained that the
total vote was the largest in the history of
the state, being 3,118 greater than In the
presidential election of IWJ. The Popu
list vote was So.fMM, a gain of li.VC. The
Prohibition vote was 11,210, a loss of
J. W. lleilev, of Batavia, N. Y
conductor on the N. Y. C. railway,
and one of the best known men on the
road, says of Parks' Tea: ForlOyears
I bave suuered from constipation
Tried everything and found nothing
of lasting value. Having heard so
many talking of Parks' Tea, I tried it
without much hope, The first dose
moved my bowels easily and now
am cured. It works like magic. Sold
by Harts & Ullemeyer.
Thk Aru;s, 10c a week, delivered
every evening at your door.
PREY TO AWFUL FEAR.
A Boy Who RrHrvn He Killed Another
Hfy In Hiding. j
Chicago, Deo. 10. His mind filled with
the frightful conviction that he had slain
one of his playmates, and firmly believing
that he is a fugitive from the police,
Charles Yandcrvoort of Englewood, aged
19, has been absent from his home since
Nov. 19. For nearly a week after the sup
posed killing the boy was in hiding in a
cave at Sixty-ninth and Wright streets,
where he w:is supp'iel with food and
clothing by other boys, who for a joke
kept him iu ignorance of tho fact that tho
boy whom ho thought he had killed in
roal'ty sustained only a s'.ight flesh
wound on the cheek.
Aftr -his week of immurement in tho
cave tho. boy, a prey to awful fancies,
ventured out, and on the advice of his
young cointKinions. who still kept op the
deception, to k one ;it look at his home
and the school he attended and hoarded a
Rock Island train for the far West. Since
then the only tidings that have come from
him were conveyed on a postal card which
he wrote from Brooklyn, Ia., under date
of Nov. 2?, which reached one of his com
panions Nov. aj. Young Vandervoort
said ho had a good place to slp and
plenty to eat, and inquired anxiously If
the police had abandoned tho search for
"Af k why Gol made the gem si small.
And war 90 hace :he granite:
Bfcttipe he moaul mant ind should place
The highest value on it,"
This was Barns' neat complimrnt to a rather
petite lady frena, but it aj plie with literal rx-
ctness to the concentrated, yet sgrceau'c, min-
te, suspir-coa'ed globules, known the world over
Dr. Pierce's Fh;iant Pcllfts, which arc eaiy
to take, qa'rk and mild in their action, srd lave
no eonptipttir.i effects. They act especially oc
the liver, stotnach, bowels enl blood, freeing
the system from Impurities ad restoring healthy
action of the organs.
Royal Kahy" Kye Whisky
Is a "Rye as Is a Eye," naturally ripened and
rea from all foreign flavor and adaltcrants, &-aar
antced pare a 3d ovor eleven years of age, recom-
mendd to the nonnoiMenr as a meritoiioua arti
cle worthy of the confidence of Invalids, courts
lescenta and the seed. Sec ttat our name is
blown to bottle . f 1.00 jx-r qnan bottle.
"ROYAL KUBV" POET VISE
pare, old and mellow, therefore best adapted for
Invalids, convalescents and the a;;d. It restorat
lost vitality, creates strength and appetite, batlds
np the weak and debilitated. Qnarts, 1. Pin's,
CO cents. Pot np on ho-ior and gnar&ctoed bv
BOTAL WINE, CO, Chicago.
Tor sale at nartier noose Pharmacy, aid by
William Clcndcnla. Molina.
Children Cry for
A RETIRED BUSINESS WOM.
A Page From Her History.
TllO iTHiortnnt; f.TTif'rlf.Tica fw.ra am
Interestiiis. Tiief.iiiowini is no exception:
1 had iM-en tmuiiled wi li heart discusc is
years, tnueli of that time very seriously. For
live years 1 was treat cl iy oiie physician cun
tinuousiy. I r:is In liusiness. lull, ohliced lo
retire on nccrmnr. or my health. A phy
sician told rav friends that 1 could not Iive"a
ruotiiii. siyK-fcinni iIliiIk were rianlv pkhI-
len. nan 1 vrnn in()Htl m a sc.r'mw citiifliiUm
jrijen a iter.tleajari dirc;ted mv altention to
Dr. Siiles' New Heart Cnm. anil miid (lint. liU
BiiU-r, who bad letn all!icted witu heart dis
easn, had l-ii cured ly t!ie remedy, und tvob
auin n niriinc, neaiiiiy woman. 1 ptir-Hat d
a Ixittlo of the !le-rl Cure, nnd in limn
tm a decided Imnmvcment in tlmrlrfTtltinn
of mv blood. Wle n I had ta
cuuiu movfl toy ank'es, soiuetlilntr 1 liad not
oodo ior rtioiutis.aiiu ray limus liud Deen swol
len iso Ions liiat they seemed almost putriried.
Before I had taken one bottlo of the New
iicarr, . urc me Bwciiins naa nil cone down,
and I TTas BO much he.ttcr flint f Aiii m nwn
work, On my recommendation six others are
fiSII W. Hiirrluon Kt -ii.-:.u.. Ill
i.n null: 1 1 1 1.-. .uiukiiii itiimhiv. tuns. aifir-n
Dr. Miles' Nw lleert :uro. a discovery of an
eminent specittliKt in heart uiKeiwe. issold by
Q, .miumsis tin u kis;iivp puaninTce.or sent
by the Dr. Miles Medical Co.,Elklmrt Ind...in
receiDtof Dricu.Sl ntr lmt.t.1. hit Imiim r..
tu. express prenaid. It Is iwislti vcly tcou fruu
Of lr 1
Wbokjaale Daalar and Importer of
Wines and Liquors.
1616 and 1618 Third Ave
Jotxrx Yolk: 5c Co,
Saab, Doors and Blinds,
And all kinds of
Woodwork for Builders
Siding, Flooring, Wainacoating
tth alicat, be', till aa 6th an
That Tired Feeling -Dis
tress in Stomach -No
All Is New Changstf, and Hood's
Sarsaparilia Did It.
" C. I. Tlood & To., Lowell, Mass.:
I have not words enonph to express my thanks
for the great benefits I received from a very
few bottles of flood's Sarsaparilia. I waa
miserable and cervoos ell the time. I did net
know what to do; my stomach would not di
gest any food. I could sleep bnt very little,
and when I did sleep it didn't do ma any good.
I felt worse in the morning thin before I went
to bed at night. Now my blood is purified and
My Appetite is Cood.
Hood's Sarsaparilia lias certainly dona a great
de3l for me and I recommend It very highly
and s;iy to my frie:Is, try one bottle of Hood'a
Sarsaparm; don't tike any other. I will be
very glad to recommend this medicine to
everybody.' Kits. Kli.fn Sin-dersox, South
Englewood, Chicago, Illinois.
Hood's Pills are prompt and efficient, yet
easy in auUon. Sold by all druggists. 830.
Lead them all,
Want your trade,
And to ptt it will give you the
BEST QUALITY of goods at the
LOWEST PRICES. As an ad
ditional inducement I ofTer you
a special discount in the shape of
Grand Premium Esoks.
Give vou your selection when
jour purchases amount to the
sum named in the ticket you will
receive at my store. I can afford
to do this because I want to show
you the benefit of my new sys
tem, and I extend to you advan
tages that will make you my
Uy Stock is Fresh and Uew
Visit early and bring your family
and friends. All are entitled to
this new and special advantage,
and I want you specially to see
my sp'endid lot of
Fine Fictorial Bocks.
By the world's famous authors
and greatest artists; books that
we give away to make every
home happy. - Beautiful hooks,
best goods and bedrock prices.
These books will make lovely
Christmas gifts. Get vour cards
nnd secure one or more of these
lovely premiums by Christmas
XL F. SCHAU1I.
Cbcap Cash Grocer, 1710 Third a.'ennc
HATES ft CLEAVELAITB
Tteprcsanlinf; over 40 Million Dol'ari
of Cash aaaeta
Tire Life. Tornado.
Bonds of Suretyship.
OFFICE Eeugnton'8 blue nock bland, til'
EV Soeare oar rates; they will Internet you.
J. M. BUFORD,
Tb old Tire and Time-tried Companlaa
Losses Promptly Paid.
tataa as low ae any reliable eompaoy can affor!
Tour Patxonaa-e ll aoUeitad.
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
tric, electro-thermal, etc., may
be obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Booms, on the first floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladies From 9 a. m. to
12 m. on week days For Gen
tlemen From 6 a. m. to 7:30 a.
m., and from S p. m. to 9 p. m.
on week days On Sundays the
rooms will be open from 6 a. m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electric and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at any
time ' during business hoars.
Gymnasium connected with bath
m. o. ooar ii.T.
Connelly 6t Connelly,
Attorneys at Law.
Office aeeoad leor, orar MUdttU ft Lymdel
kaak. Hosay to loaa.
Jackson & Horst,
Attorney at Law.
Oftet ia Beak Uland Kattanal Bak kalldlnc
- n. awaaaav.
Sweeney At Walker,
Attorneys and ConDoellors at Law
Office ia BeatvuiBi Black.
Charles J. Searie,
Attorney at Law.
Legal Hainan of all kl4a amaaaAly
to. tuvm't AOoraey of Back lalaae
Office, laatolaa Black.
McEnlry & McEnlry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loaa aaooer on aoe4 awailtn aaaaw
tlona. Kcremaee, klltohell Lf 4a, baafcata.
Oflino, PnatoSira Block.
Geo. M. Kerns,
Architect and Superintendent.
Offer for patent draw ire. Boost STKC1
Edward L. Hamm&tt,
OAee. Room 41. Wtebell Lvadc BaHdlnc
Geo. F. Stauduhar.
Flans and toperintendenes tor an daes of
Bnildinfa, Rnnaa SS awl 6&, Hltcbell A Lyade
Bnildlaa'. Take elerator.
W. A. Darling,
Bnford Block, ovar Klnirerrary'a More.
B. M. Pearce,
Booms t and SI ia Mitchell S Lyn lie's i
Bnildinc- Taka elevator
Dr. R. Jay,
Office at Btaaaaen's hrery (table. Telepboae
L. Iarto5. M. D.
OlBoe over Eartz i fllemeyer't drn (tore.
Bwlilcnc To2 Twenty-fourth utreet. OSre
telcpnoce 1(187. Besldcnca U lepbone ISSt.
Office bonn S to 11 am and S to 4 and to p m
j. a. aoixowacsa, au x. a. a. babth, a, .
Drs. Barth & Hollowbush,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Mldesce m at.
Dr, Bartb I Dr, aoTiowtqiak
t te iu a. m, i id to is a. sa,
1 to t and ? K8p.K. s to S and T MS p. at.
Dr. Chas. SI. Robertson,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
Office, Wliittaker Block, soathwast corner
Third aad Brady atreeta. Oavesport. loi
BoonsnandlB. Bonn; ttolla.Bl to4p.
Dr. B. O. Miller,
Over 3" yean experience bas made Im
portant dtaaovcrica abicb enable him to
make marvelons Corel in a rate and
RHEUMATISM and NEURALGIA
Office in Beechcr'e building, ISP Sec
ond avenue, office hour: ts.m. to 6
STATE SAVI27Q3 BAKU.
oSsaOstnar rvtseath stunt aad Third Av
snccaaas the Holloa BeviBCS Bsaa. Orfaalaad 1SSS
S Fs-Cai BTKSI Fill II
Onranlaad nadcr State Lawa.
Opua froaa s a. sa. so S p m-, and Weeaasday aad
Bmwmmj iua;uia inwui 10 opai
H. A. Anawoatva.
. V. BasraarwAX,
.B. Bd wards.
AJuraw SMoere?. C. T.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
aaade for pnvats parties ia the
pm af taa wast by the
Orchard State Bank
ef OBCBAKD. BXBRAIZA.
X. W. Dam, ftssUas.
Mitchell A Lrnda. Baakais.
J. V. tobmaon, Ossaiac feck Islsaal Battssal
O.C.OuIst, V. D.
Hauy Dait-a taaM, Wholesale Ore an.
Cm puaxWaca amlcllad.
JENS LORENZEN Crockery ft
We carry much the
In the three cities, and offer
consistent with good quality.
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME AT
Third and HimsonSts.
Ladies9 and Gents9
In a great variety of styles and colors
for one and all which may be exchanged
after Christmas So come early and
have first selection before sizes are
For the benefit of those who cannot come during
the day we will be
Open Xfghts until Dec 21.
Cor. Second and Harrison St.
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
Great December Clearing Sale,
We are badly overstocked on cloaks. Must unload
at once at less than January prices.
I 7.5) Jackets marked down to f 5.25
" 11 7
9.50 French Coney capes at 6.48
" " " . 9.50
$2.50. 3.00, 3.75, 4 25, 475, 5.25 and $S.oo,
$1.98, 22;. 2.7J. 1.2, h7), 4.23 and $J.9.
Call and convince yourself of the above facts.
Largest Stock of
Lamps, Solid Silver, etc
the same at as low a price as is
21.00 Electric Seal Caiw s at fl.v;.
38.0) . !'.;."
28.00 Wool Seal Cat at 22.5'
32.00 .. ?;.""
2nd St., Davenport. Ia.