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THE ABCHJQ, TUESDAY. DECEMBER .14 1897,
Walter Baker & Co?s
Because it b absolutely pure.
Became R b not mi by the so-caHei Dutch Process In
hica cnexiols arc used.
Because trans of the finest quality arc iced.
Because fc b mads ty a rrwNd which rrevrres unhntaired
the eiuriu natural taw and odor of the beans. '
Because H is the most economical, coKinj Jeu than one cent
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Tuesday Evening, Dec. 14.
riwaaia W mum Uttta' Ai
pr.na.l (IK r-Mil aw. toe
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.aa4m, Inalaril, IM laka la a-a-.
t araaa at lkiu via U
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rla mardy at r.aa'H Tdapaaaa aaw
Tn proerttalTt htiir!a iif
card i lrira anJ aapUjt U tai of
start tatirt't pro J acta. Tkua
aatur aiakM tara afur alL It tc
true that at tinea at tt lata
tiul plaf tail iMJa kfllpia; eat
'tnetAiaf i ieaa to char t&
tliaaaaa aa.l atari tk ? Ua la tKa
riirhtdlmttoA toward fcaaitV. r.raJ-
nail It la bcjeomlaar rMofraiiaJ that
la t& jaie at tae eapa aatara Baa
ritai atlmiilaat aad tout that
wUl (traartaa aad rtaaw all wa.te4
furcaa. Waaalifa aaema btaa and
tUtaaoa a tardea, doa't take 4rar,
bat tala aontuiafr that will
atrraeUaa tba arce aad aaaka
rlcb bloott. Sack an mr bottla rip
wiaaa bkh wa waat to I a trod a m la
ary boaaaaaUI. enaldaat Ik at a
tt wui rccara a parmaaaat piaca la
tka faa.llf aiilola caaat. Wa
naoU Tort. Catawba. Skarry. kiaacat,
ABfalira, at 25 raata pr botUa,
wkivk la lea tkaa ball U aaaai
priom Wa art alao aol aftata (or
llark'a rara Kra. bwtU4 la boad
anlvr aarrtUt. ct th UaltaJ
MaUa lauraal Saraaaa IX partmcat.
wklvb f aaraataoa tta ag. rrit? aal
atrangta, rie ll.tt par fall qaart
raii:j Uacr SUta. Kit lllri
a?aaaa. upa ataairga.
Our Italian Choco
late Creams are the
proper thing. Try
them you will surely
I Vtitite Ptlict of Steels
ta 0 lamtai rk.
Try our CARAMELS
329 Twentieth St.
UiaacaoU Patent Floor, war.
ranted, mriack tl.SO
(Jranolated Safrar. 19 ponadi... 1.00
oacawneai, tw iora. per aack Z)c
Nafj BeAna, hand picked. 6
q aria zac
Scotch Maa. 6 naarti 25c
Cora atarch, per package &c
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siarca uioaa, a-poaaa 001 lac
Rolled OaU. 10 noon da 95c
Craokera. aoda, a pound 6c
umpar Saape, a pound 6c
New Mince Ideal, a Dackapa... fia
Datea. a poand package 6c
rraaee, Mew California, a poand
tc. 7c, 8e nd 10c
Ralalne. new, a poand 8c
fia Peachea, S -pound cana, S
Red Cherrie. 4 can a 26c
Cora. 4 caat 26c
romatoce, acw, 3 cana 26c
Salaaoa. 1 -poand cana 10c
rtcklee, tncdiam, a eallon 25c
ncklea. uberkine. a palloa 30c
Rock lalaad Scan. 10 bare 25c
Tff Soodlee. 2 package
1 au wauj. 13 pounaa
Oum Ta JTaaie a4 Bm R Mvrai.
Insurance and Loans
I00A1 4. Mitohell A Lyodo b'ag.
faU these 1CU7.
HARD AND SOFT COAL
E. M. L VWIIEAD,
SXS7 CCALGI TSS KAIXXT.
TelepLae 1310. 3170 Fifth Avenue.
I a aantf t a nam
8TATE FOOT8 THE BILLS.
KvpaMlaaa Kapactty Ceailnc the Tax pay.
Got. Tanner'a apeoial aeaaioa of
the legislature it accomplishing one
porpoie at least it ia eating op the
people'a money at a lively rate. The
tare appropriation bills mentioned
In hie meaaage are in a fair way and
wui pus about the middle of the
week. There is no contest over
them, and their paaaage la only a
qoestlon of calling the roll. Noth
ing else baa been done. Seven daya
were frittered away op to Monday
evening. It ia meet that the tax-
payera of the atate, who are com.
plaining of the lax administration of
the revenue lawa, and who are de
manding reforma ia the administra
tion of the revenue system, ahoold
know how mooh of their money haa
neen engu.iea oy me legislative mon
ster. This record la for the first
Stationery tllowaaoe, 150 apiece In
. eaah 110,300
i-vr mem. iiKnneni, omcera ana ent-
ploe.een dava 10.142
lper. ink, Unhu, extra aervices and la-
Toval foracTen daya fcl4S
For every day hereafter tax payera
can figure the expenaea of the sen.
eral assembly at 11.500 a day, and at
tne ena the elate paya out aeveral
tnouaana aouars in mileage. The
treaaury of Illinois haa not a dollar
of the atate'e money in ita vaulta.
Whan he called the apeoial session.
Got. Tanner aanonnced that he
would borrow a quarter of a million
dollara - to pay the expenaea of the
general assembly, and no official no
tice haa been eiven that thia monev
haa been obtained, but it ia a fair
presumption that it ia now being
paid oat to the insatiate aolona who
ara never weary drawing money.
A CYCLING TOURNAMENT.
T Weeka mi Iataar BmeUm Bala ft- Ar
imiI foe Mast Blaatk.
Rock Island will have a aeason of
indoor bicycle racing next month, if
a scneme now under oonaideration is
carried through. It ia being engi-
neerea oy w. 11. uyae. the local
racer, who has distinguished himself
several umea on tbe track, lie is
negotiating for the nse of the Rock
Island rink, and the Idea baa bo far
met with consinerable favor on all
The plan is to have two weeka of
racing and exhibitions, the pro.
ceeda therefrom to be donated to
some local public institution. It has
been decided to hold the tournament
the latter prt of Jatuary, the
last two weeks in all proba
bility. The idea is to devote
the first week to amateur contests
and exhibitiona and the accond to a
6-day professional . race, in which
Schinncer, Miller and other notables
will be asked to participate. Eieht
houra will constitute a day's rid
ing, it is planned to Install a
fine track at the rink, and it the
arrangementa pan out, bicycle en
tnosiaata wui be given a treat such
as they have never been before
alTorded an opportunity to enjoy in
tk garret Harrtea" Tamlftht.
One of the most important theatri
cal events of the season will be Wil
liam Gillette's play, "Secret Ser
vice," whioh ia to be presented at
the Burtis this evening in the same
manner that it was aeen daring its
phenomenally successful runs of 300
nights in New York at the Garrick
theatre, 150 nlghta in Boston at the
Boston museum, and the past five
months at London at the Adelphi
tneatre, wnere it is still running.
Secret Service" is a drama based
upon the late civil war. It ia like
Held by the Enemy,1 the first suc
cessful play founded on the late on
pleasantness, which also came from
Mr. Gillette's pen, but it is like its
Jredecessor only in tho respect of
ealing with incidents of the war of
accession; it is Infinitely better than
ueia by tne fcnemy," and is, in
fact, according to the New York
critica. Mr. Gillette's masterpiece.
and better still, the best American
play ever written.
Aau I'aad sa vara Waaaaa Barmen Bar
A woaaded Cruillaa India allow a certain
peciea at 1ar;e ant to fa-tea iu nicdible. oa
allhcr .Ida of the guth, A mw of thcac nnitc
the !dt of lb aprrtnrt at rScrtuallr, to trT-
rlen any. a woa'd the aacd'a and thread of the
targeon. Thit mas bj terribly painful, bat not
ta earraciauar at rbeamiUtm, which It easily
aradicabl at the ovtart with Ilottctter's Stoin-
tckBltUrt. Potonalikecolchleam and other
Miiawe administered for Ula trouble are
aat-roai la ctprriuaat with. Tbe ate of the
nitur la aot a daafr.roai experiment, bat a talc
ta! pVettant certainty. Dy pptl, contt'nulon.
bmcotnera. hidacf at J bladder complaint and
arrranaf. . art .mow; the bodily trouble rem
edied tad attracted by tat Bitter.. It alto ra-
aewt aipet!te aad promote. .!eop. OonTalea-
ceacc it promptly rondaclble by tta ate. Phy-
tleUot coaunead it. and the prett ectoet the ten
tlaarot of thi prcfrat loa la regard to it.
Dr. J. C Bishop, of Agnew, Mich.,
saya: "I have need t oley's Honey
and Tar in three severe casea of
pneumonia the past month, with
gooa results.- tor sale by x. II.
Thousands are Buffering excruciat
ing misery from that plague of the
night. Itching piles, and say nothing
aooui ii inrougn a sense oi aencacy
All such will find instant relief in
the nse of Doan's Ointment. It
never fails. Sold by Marshall &
When bUlooa or eoanv eat a Caa
Jerei, candy cathartic care gnaran
tai. jti rente. Ta mkk
Hynes sella skates.
Music rolls. Totten'a muaic houae.
Lee'a Little Gem ia the beat broom.
Pianos, organs. Totten'a music
Klondike Thursday, Deo. 16, at
When in need of a tinner call on
H. T. Siemon, 1316 Third avenue.
Grand Christmas concert at An-
gnatana college Friday, the 17th, at
8 p. m. Admission 25 cents.
A pretty fur article, collarette.
boa, muff and cape at Richter's, 219
West Second street, Davenport.
Expect much for little money at
oar apeoial lamp aale thia week.
Hioricha crockery company, Dav-
Dr. S. C. Plommer, Jr., who ia to be
best man at the Robinson-Schmidt
wedding Tharsday, haa arrived from
The new board of plumbing in-
specors is holding its first meeting
at tne city nail thia afternoon and
the local plumbers are being put
through a course of sprouts. "
The county court jary in the ap
peal case of John A. Munro, fined bv
a Moline justice for disorderly con-
aaat, returnea a veraict of not
guilty at 6:30 yesterday afternoon.
The second baaket ball team of the
Rosk Island Y. M. C. A. met the
Davenport association team in the
latter city laat eveniog. The Rock
Island boys won by a score of 18
Landlord W. O. Negus, who made
so many fine improvements In the
kock island house last summer, is
seriously contemplating carrying
ine gooa worn runner ov tnrowinir
the etore room on the corner into the
main lobby of the hotel, putting in
an elevator, etc
James Powell, the colored ianitor
at Davenport oathedral, attacked his
wife and son with a knife yesterday,
and then Dean Schuyler held him at
bay with a cane until the police ar
rived, and the black brute was taken
in charge. An inquiry will be made
as to nis mental condition.
ueorge w. L.eyaa, wno was
discharged from Company A,
by Adj. Gen. Reece, says that the
ground of action against him was
non-attendance at drills; that on one
of these oooasions he did not receive
the notice of the drill, and that at
another time he sent an exouse to the
proper ofllcer of the company, which
he thought was acceptable explana
tion of his absence.
DECIDES AGAINST THEM.
Ooraplaater Employee' Appeal Acted Upon
The state board of arbitration has
decided against the emplojej of the
cornpianier woris in juoiine on the
atiength of a recent hearing as to an
increase in wa?es. A HDrincilnlH
dispatch says: "The state board of
.L:i a . A a .
aroiiraiiou soaay renaerea a oecison
ia the matter of the ioint annlinatinn
of the Deere & Manaur company, of
u.i: . . . . . .
muuuo, nuu certain oi tneir em
ploves. The Doere A Mannar nnm.
pany is ; engaged in manufacturing
encuituru implements, xne em
ployee in tne painting department,
about thlrtv in number, damandnd
an increase of wages, amounting in
some instances to iuu per cent over
prevailing prices. Tne commnr re
fused to errant the advance, 'and
wuaout suspending operations. Doth
sides joined in a petition for arbitra
tion. In ita decision the arbitration
1 a. S. a. a .
board cava that the onlv raaann ant
forth for the demand for increased
wages was the allen-ed fact that
higher wages were . being paid for
tuo aaiue Kind oi wort oy competing
Companies. The board linda that Mia
employes were misinformed as to the
wages puu or oiner companies, rne
day waees paid bv the Deera & Man.
sur company are higher than the
wagca piu oy moBi oi us competi.
tors. While the nricaa for rtiona wnrh-
BVeraPfl anita aa much aa th nrinaa
paid by the other companies. The
uoara nnaa. inerernra. that tha no.
i . . . .
manded increaaa of aumn la wfthnnt
Bprafea Bad soar.
At the Rock Island lanitarinm
there ia a new mechanical device for
the redaction of sprained joints and
tendons. It is a strancre lookino- af.
fair and somewhat resembles a metal
barrel With a lar?e hola thrnno-h tha
center from end to end. It iaheav.
11 V padded on the inaida with aahaa.
sob, inrougn wnicn runs a coil of
pipes, ruese pipes are connected
wua iarnaoe, ana tne beat gener
ated from the "barreln ia terrifie
The new cure ia aimolT the anbieo.
. ..L- . . . .
uon oi tne SDrain or brniaa to an
enormously high temperature. Most
oi u vprains are treated witn i
temperature of 300 decreet Fahren
heit. At thia temperature meat will
roast, ana particularly incinerate, if
left for any length of time in the
oven. It ia wonderful that a Datlent
ib aoie not only to witbatand such t
a . a. . .
temperature, but absolutely to en
! Tor Ohllilraa
the beat cough and cold remedy ever
discovered is Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-
Honey. It ia pleasant to take and
perfectly barmless. One dose at bed
"i", aiUf-a iu. vuugu au filgut. It IS
guaranteed tn cure croup and whoop-
25 cents at all drug.
No ned to suffer with rhenma
tism, lumbsgo. neuralgia, cramps
or couo. vr. Thomas' Kclcctric Oil
curra all such troubles, aad does it
. quickly, bold by Marshall & Fisher
AND NO SETTLEMENT YET.
CeeaoU Ifeeaaaldaea Baiilactoa'a
Aveaaa Track eraat.
The ordinanoe granting the Bur-
ington railway track privileges
acrou Second, avenue to its depot
property waa reconsidered by the
city council at ita special meeting
yesterday afternoon. The aldermen
in passing the ordinance, it appears,
were nnaer the impression that the
Burlington had secured the consent
of property holders to cross the av
enue in the vicinity where it was
proposed to lay the track. But such
was not the case. J. F. Lardner,
general manager of the Tri-City Rail
way company, waa present at yester
day's session. He said his company
had extensive interests on Sec
ond avenue and that it was
tbe intention to constrnct the track
in question in front of his property.
He wished to protest against this.
His company had not consented to
the laying of the track, and he be
lieved it should be given as much con
sideration at the bands of the council
aa other property holders. C. L.
Walker, attorney for the Burlington,
spoke in support of the ordinance.
C. F. Loweth, engineer for the Ter
minal company, said the idea of the
Burlington crossing Second avenue
was not satisfactory to his
company. Thereupon, Mr. Lard
ner Bncgested a reconsideration
the ordinance. Tnis the
council did on motion of Aid!
Wheelan. The fact has also been de
veloped that the arrangement be
tween the Burlington and Terminal
companies for the joint use of tbe
tracaa from a point near Twentieth
street east to Brooks' crossing, is
still hanging in the balance. At least
so says F. P. Blair, president of the
Terminal company. Hi states that
the agreement haa been drawn nn.
but the Burlington folks have not yet
eiiacnea ineir signature to it.
xne council acoepted the lower
Seventh avenue and First avenue
paving jobs, and a aettlement with
the contractors, the Flick & Johnson
Construction company, was author-
zdd. mere are several defective
places in the Seventh avenue job,
and the council decided to hold baok
10 per cent of the city's share of the
cost, until such time as they were
CONSULS IN COUNCIL.
Continued from Third page.
Newark; West Virginia. J. B. Martin
Huntington, Ind.; eastern Pennsyl
vania, u. u. .tnlc, uarnsburg; west
ern Pennsylvania. E. H. Miller. For
rest. 111. : Wvomin?. Montana and
Idaho, J. F. Harris, Helena, Mont.;
Washington, C. D. Elliott, Seattle;
Oregon. E. A. Reece. Portland.
All the debutlea were nreaent thia
morning except Harris, of Montana;
1 r 1 at a . . .
tmeian, 01 Wisconsin; muier. oi
Pennsylvania: Faulkner, of Nebraska:
uyrns, oi micmean. ana Aiarun. or
Indiana. All these are exTjected.
nowever, out oiartin ana Harris.
The BsarJ of Ulreetoia.
The board of directors of the
Woodmen order met in monthly sos-
biuu at tae nesa omce in ice indus
trial building this morning, but lit
tle has been done today, the only
roemDers present being Directors B.
u. Mmtb ana J. n. Keece. Directors
A., R. Talbot and M. Quackenbush
are expected this afternoon. Diren.
tor J. W. White is at Portland. Ore..
and will not attend the December
Joe Haves and Jamea Downino-
two hobos arrested veaterdav bw Df
ncers ainsworin ana uumbaia for
beeeriocr money, were no before Mr?
istrate Stafford on charges of va
grancy. Hayes waa given 10 days in
the county cooler and his pal 15.
Ten tourists registered at nolica
neaaqa ariers last nignt.
Tba Coaalns; Wobbm
Who goes to the club while her hus
band tends the baby, aa well as the
good oia-f asnionea woman who looka
after her home, will both at times
get run down in health. They will
oe irouDiea wim loss of appetite.
headaches, sleeplessness, fainting or
dizzy spella. The most wonderful
remedy for these women is Electrio
Hitlers. Thousands of sufferer t
from lame back and weak kidneys
rise np and call it blessed. It is the
medicine for women. Female com
plaints and nervous trouble! of all
kinds are soon relieved by the nse of
biecmo Bitters. Delicate women
should keep this remedy on hand to
build up tbe system. Or.ly 50 cents
per Dotue. cor sale by Hertz & Ul
Donl Tobftee Spit Bad Bataft Taw lata
If you want to qnit tobacoo using
easily ana xorever, be made well,
strong, magnetic full of new life and
vigor, take tto-Xo-Uao, the wonder
worker that makes weak men atrone
Many gain ten pounds in ten daya.
Over 400,000 eured. Buy No-To-Bac
from your own druggist, who will
guarantee a cure. Booklets and sam
plea maued free. Addreta sterling
Remedy company, Chicago or New
i or a. . -
' Far tta
Ind., says he had not spoken above
whisper for months, and? one bottle
of Foley's Honey and Tar restored
his voice. It Is nsed very largely
speakera and singers. For sale by
a. i nomas.
dabattriM for The Aanna
tUutua ' - tWT
Make a Note of It
We have the largest and most complete stoc
of FURNITURE and CARPETS in the Tri
cities. Now is the time to buy your
Prices on everything lower than ever offered
before in this city. COME EARLY AND
GET YOUR CHOICE.
GREAT HOLIDAY SALE.
103, 105, 107 E. Second Street, DAVENPORT.
The Greatest Number
Of people visiting a shoe store visited
the T. J. O'Meara Shoe House (J. P.
Clark & Co.) Saturday, Dec. n.
Over Eight Hundred
Left our store feeling satisfied with
their purchase knowing they had a
Special Inducements Every
j:p: clark &cs:
T. J. O'MEARA OLD STAND. Q
When la Doubt.
Health is Life's
Our Cleotrie BUchlna for
tba treatment of Harroaa
Dittatti, Bhtemttiim and
World's Grcalast ni
la CkroBlc, Hervooa, Frrrato
CATARRH Bronchitis. AsthmA, Early Consumption, Rheumatism. Nan.
raigia, uTtpaptia, Dcroiua, Bypauis ana
WOMEN Suffering from diseases of
ncrvuo. auanauoB. paipiiaaoB or we
ahoald call on the greet specialist aad
ELECTRICITY Scientifically applied, nervoue debility, piles, exhaustive
orama, mgm lotaet, oareenve memory, tareaienea inttniiy, Htaoiwul power, meata! ca
lntkm, aleepleteneM, etc.
VARICOCELE Is the most active
nullum wiui mam wncn we au.iamaa job a penBBBBiu aara m aerea aays oy Our prinlfSS
au:thodt Hydrocele cored in three daya eo pala.
THE PRAISES WE HAVE RECEIVED For oar remarkable skill In raring
am given up ae Bopeieaa oy au, aaa eomimiea aaio aae nuamaaBB ia oroer to pva ma peo
ple, aa well at the medleal proftaalon, the beneSt of our knowledge of medicine aad oar In
imitable .kill in tha art of turgery. Remember yoor family phytldaa la alwaya wakoaw to
roe ne operate. We are willini? to epread our knowledge and anow our skill, aad we feel
lastly proud o( tbe daily cfaOKratnUUone we reeelTe from the medleal pro esetoa tor the ad
vanced medical and enrgieal literature we have written. OMLT CCBABLI CASESTAKSlf.
Beat of ref ereneea and credentiala. If yon can col call, write. Hundreds cared by aaall.
Houe-S to IS, S to i, 7 ta 8 ; Bnndaya. U to 1 :.
CHICAGO UEDICALIHSTITUTE 1 d. 811
Five Per Cent Paid on Deposits.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Seal Estate Bvcarity.
J Baford, PresldaaL
Joaa orabancB. Vies r
r Oieeaawahv, Cashier.
Bocae bora tae Jew a. MS. as
8. a. aar. HHeaan LreeVa aaw ttfMlm.
BIEVERS & ANDERDON.
CONTRACTORS akd BUILDERS.
All Bods of
OFFICE AND SHOP
Conntlt the ZSeit.
Dr. J. E, Walsh,
lata of Cbteago. fonaerijr
Barrooa-ln Chief of St
Anthony t HotpltaL
Cast S-ccessfol Socialist
Prompt and Permanent Cores
au diooo, uver ana auney aieeeets.
the womb, ovaries, bladder, kldneya
aeart, artaepma or any oiaeate pacaiiw to IB tea,
ret an opinion oa their caaa baa of charfa.
cause of nervoue. debility. Why treat
Incorporated Under the
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
abota( daae oa abort i
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