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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY ."9, 189:5
Pfth tlio mtlnd and results Tvlien
fynip of l';3 U tftten; it is pleasant
p.ml refre-l.i.!? to tlx aste. and acU
""nlly vtt r.rwirtly on tc Kidneys,
jivcr and 'l ;veltf, clean-vs the svj-
r.;hc3 fir. 4 h;VCV.!
, ;.'v re'llCuV C-f lt-j
li'i.cr t the tasLe nnI ao-
fcnt-iMo to tlto ft -Jt.w-li, prompt in
its action r.M.l in;1.-; bpncfu'iid in H
r'iot.rs, prc;inro:l only from tho r.io.-t
henltky r.'.:4 :u;rccal;Ia substarcor. k
winy exeolkr.t ciiutlitios comraoml it
to all and have ma le it the
popular ro'ncav Known.
Svrun of is ff.r 'f.i'o in t"C
nnti Si" bottles by all he
gists. Any reliable ni!jit trto
way not have it cm hu:d will piw
cure it promptly fr any one who
wishes to try it. l not. accept aiiy
CALIFORNIA F!S SYRUP CO.
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T. P. KK'DY.
j. rc . KKim
Hut. nnrt hiij p-nn-Ttv on forou.!
loti. SpiiTd it oj.nriii!rt:ri Tor mvt tors. Sotrc
ytoMmiiii-- f t-r p'-riit ticr-h it : c irfot'hb'v
tmrnHr.f r.-as-ounliV pr-ecs- ui;d inu lo mji
Fire Insurance a Specialty.
1803 Second Avenue, over
Hoopo's Tailor Shop
Subscribe for Stock
In tit Second series of the
Bo mt- Building end Loan .sso
mtion, of Mock Island.
A safer andbettei jTivestment
than Government Bor,ds, be
cause the loans aie made only
upon established values rnd it
pays rcore ttan ihree times as
nincb irsterfPt bt-si-es tbe
amount invented and the profit?
ciiTi b withdrawn at any time
Money loaned at lowest rat-s.
It. A. DOVAI.DSON. f. c-i tary.
ornrB. Uoonui :i. 4. 5 tin! h Vaoiilc T;mole.
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Best Line cf
CARPETS AND FURNITURE
Awl tbe largest and bot lint of
IX THE THREE CTIE.
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT,
1809 and 1811 Second Ave.
The tswedish matches, which
can only be lighted by striking
them on the box they come in,
are as nearly safe as any
matches can be. They are free
from any odor, and do not glow
after they are burnt out, as the
"Parlor" matches do
1 have a convenient decorated
china match stand, made to
hold these boxes partly open,
so that it is at once a match
8afe and scratcher. It has a
fast, square, saucer baee. and
the match box and stand com-birit-d
are both useful, and or
narnental enough for the par
I have a good supply of the
safety matches. 25 cents dczen
G. M. Loos lit.
Chiua lamps. Table cutlery, .
1 Siond avenue. 0
' HE I MINING TROUBLES.
A mall Atte npt to Injure Con
rrjingt Hold Him.tfromt Wfl For
the nan ax anient o;" m rtinie
Whieh lie Ha Xotniitg to
to Wit Whotevt-r
Ever til ce the aorjouticep?ent of the
strike of tlie mm ra trrplojed by 'he
Con! Valley Mining company at Cable
Ihcwisc of d;Sfnr.cs between them
st ives tr.d Ite c' mpsny, hxn which have
uw tiivc fcUfet8 torilj adjusted, repub
licar politicisns i nd pre.s have bten t
ttmpiingto eJ'P I'dt-r the responsibility
of ite trouble or ite shoulders of Hon.
Dt-n.T.Cuble borause cf Ids former inter-e-tE
in the ( orcp iny. Knowing that V:r.
CnUel'iHlco in etests, wht.ttver, in the
n ii rs, BLd that evi'i; if te h d he w u'd
n:t int rt'ere w it i the policy of Those in
whte bunds ihe manatra-ct of ihe ins
di.sTy has for y":rs been pl-c d, TnE
i 1!cim hds Dot h.(n diposcd to coiife
U. so uroutiO'cps att&rks on Mr. CubV,
ut nn sr!ip!e in the M !ice Dipptrh of
a I ich ti e fo!l(w inp is the opening para
;.rf ph sums to warrant a few words of
Ii is eom' wL srans;e tb'H the Rock
Isr d A nous hr.s nevi-i t&id a word in
(ittn.se of B. T CaMt.'s failure to r,t in
in tti- strike at Cible, bftt b- s allow-d
Utt Uiii.iM ti do ail the talkis frr ttie
oi mpi:T acd Mr. Cable. It. would nt
ur )y be txpeotcd that ihe d( mocratie
prr wi.uld sts'-a by its own contrcps
tnnn. but it has failed to do so, thus giv
irsg color to the central belitf that tbtr
is no dtfenre to tc nude.
ThtDspatch furthir adds tht during
the last c ngr rssionsl campaign Mr.
Cable "visited 'he minis of the c mpany
ih Mr. Lee. tho auperintecdent, and
said there thai te would rather have the
i totes of his worka tn than the election to
conprrss. Bee tuse Mr. Cable visited
ibe nvtus is no reason that he owhed
tbini, vnd lis rrmtiik ihit he
would rather htve the votes of
the Cable miners bo bad for Tears been
in the employ of the company " o wli ch
nis fati.er and himself bad been for eo
many years o nets, than an eh c . ion to
congress. Wrs fiotbing to fits dis
credit. He rece veu tueir to estn tout n 01
I'.te fair treauceit of I be n. intra under his
management a id he will receive tberu
again i n on ta i snme ground, with the
added reason t!iat i.e has made a good
ttorressnun- Uecnuse he was at one
t'rr.e an owner of the mints, however, is
no n ason he should te held accountable
for ihe Bctsof those who came after him,
As wtll cx;dit the old street railway com
pttiifB in the tri-citie3 ith the improve
mt nts which the syndicate has eiven us
orhbm'jthe ptcsent company for the
n ist rbb'e scrvue of bycone days. That
5!r Cable has no interest in the tffdrs
of iLe Coal .il'.ey Mining company at
preseLt is shown in tbe foilowine letter
in res cocse to a ct mmunication from the
Was: iNt;T(vs. T. C . Jan 13, W9i
.Iiilin E Fnist, L.. 1: nadtlick, W li. Millt-r. Cum
it i i ter :
tiEKTLEMEX: I bttg to Roknowltdre
the ret elpt of y ur lettt r of Jtti. G.uliich
came to me two days bo. I was not
aware until the day prtv.ous thereto that
nv 1 roil b.c existed between the Coal
Va'iJev Mininc company and its employes
hetwten whon. there has beeo for so
ni-nv vears such harmonious rilitions
ar:tl eortlial gooi feelincs.
I Km nor. in a oontion 1o aid vou in
anywise in tbe adjustment of jour griev
ancep, for I no longer own even a dot
Ur'ts worth of s:ock in the company, nor
tuve I rniT voire in the management of
its bff.tirs - Tin; same applies to all mem
bers of my family, who parted with their
interes at the S'lroc time that 1 dia with
mine. Jan. 1. 1S5.
For several tears thereafter, nlth-mgh
not a 8-ocbholcer, I held the posi i
nominailv. of sccretarv of tbe company
without, however, excrciidns any influ
ence upon the manastment of the cotn-
ti.invs tiff-iirs or anv voice In shaping Us
I hope sinccr .-iy that someih'cg may be
doue whereby the differences between tbe
company and its men may be settled to
their mutual sitisfaction, and that, the
old tra f peace and good will which pres
vailed durin? period ot 3 years may
n ':tin be inaucurated.
It. has been a boast of the Coal Valley
Mining company during all this time, that
it ninne f f all the mininc companies of
the United States, could point to such an
unbroken reoort. and could demons' rte
how little dissatisfaction existed amore
iia mpn hv thess loae vears In which no
wor I of complaint reached the company
and in which no strike was ever discussed
I have taken pains to define my posi
tion in the company's management tbu?
frunklv to vou. inasmuch as vou ask roe
to grant the seven requests preferrea by
vonr committee, touching upon the price.
to be pa d for mining, for tbe sharpenings
and upon the internal management of tbe
I would be T'try glad to comply with
your rr quest if I felt that I could with
propriety do so. but in. my position of
having no pecuniary interest in the Coal
Valley Mining company's affairs, it would
he quite ae if I 9bould interfere with Mr.
Gilchrist in the operation of his mines,
or with Mr. D"'?re in the management of
his alow factor f.
Toe Coal Valley Minine company
wou'd regcrd aay fuch suggestions of
mine in much the same light that these
gentlemen wen d consider similar sugges
tions to them u ider similar conditions.
I hope to bet.r within the week that all
of the differercs between the men aud
the compiny hive been happily and fat
i'factorily adimted, acd upon a most en
duriog and satisfactory basis. Yours
very truly. Bex T. Cablk.
Tie Dispatch intimates that the Union
has been defending tbe company and Mr
Cable. It must be said that the Union
had up to last Sunday acted fairly in the
matter, but the poliricUcs got hold of it,
and the coD9cqueoce was that in an at
tempt to undo ihe good it misht possibly
have done it licenses Congressman Cb!e
of irickerv and deception in his relations
to the minf rs in representing to them'
during the campaign that he was then the
owner of the m'nes o.nd thereby obtaining
their votes That such a eUtement on
the Uuion'a part is utterly fa's', none
who know Mr. Cable win doubt. If he
won the votee of the Meicercounty minors
by deception it migbt as well tie ssid that
he won tbe votes of every workiogman in
the district who mppor.'d him, by de
ceit. AiPUK-ni.'i t.
The tUtilrnh' performance of "Fan
taema" at tbe Curtis at D-vi nport lat
rdiht drew a l-ifge and well p'eased nu
tlienoe.iucludintr many from R ck Iljiid.
The comp-.py wi'l nodcubt be greeted by
KDOtLtr l'HC in d i j.pncialive audience
Henry T Chs-nfrut:, who flils an en-
gigt ment f.t li-ti per s thea'r- lt,urs,iay
nt;ht, was fotrnttiy a furctssful f.lhlete
and o tin carritd ihe "( ht-rry diiittond-'
of the Muribalts n A. C. to victory. Tbia
yi ar I.e jiaintd frt.'h l-.urtls at the gamvs
of the Actor's A A A. A
The most ruecesslul ai d attlri s m,1
limn tbe mi st pupu'.ar and charming of
Ameiiom come iit-nnes is P.ati H'isa.wLo
comes tn the Uus'is opera house next
Wvdcesday n ij-It t. producing her di'ight
ftll comer:;, "Dully Vrdi-n." Putti
R )SH has tvery quality that scutes the
edmiration of aa au? icoc ; a rleasfirg
appeann?e. bright, cheery nittnner,
ttoroueb artistic r:-.iniDg grace in move
ment, end above all, pert-or.al magnetism,
ttlat qu ility which ferwes to plice at.di
ence and actress in txtc: touch one with
the other. The success of this popular
little star tcis setison has been one of the
surprises of the ttca'rict! world.
D. Herbert L. Flint, the mom trist.
gave another inft-rt sting t xhibitioa of his
abili'y as a mesmeiit. at Terner bull last
evening, lie wan greeted ty a .larsje
audience and pave a Tjiiti,b:-r of tests
which were h'lrt'ly spprei iit'fl. H:s per
formanres will be tvi n etery evening
until Fn.lay when ihe K"! txhit i'ion wrl
he given Tht y re I'l-cnniirtL' n ore pno
ular ws i hey progr'f and provide a good
evening's eft rlHinmiT.t
Tele;:!i ne tit. ts.
Thf; D-tveiipuft Democrat has the fol
lowing which mix d es foroe good sug
gt siiocs per:i. iiiii g to the ue of h: tele
phone and wbicti is rioted at the rc
qutst of the lady operators in the Daven
port ofiice ho are of the opinion that it
muy be read on this side of the river wiiD
benefit to the sun.'r.ritn rs acd the x
There U no doubt ihit a large part of
the trouble thni is no v ixperi'-nctd in
making tbe otht r fellow benr vou through
the telephone i tine to the fnct. ihut you
do not place your month close enough to
the tran?milt-r and 'a'k slowly and dis
tinctly eroaeh TLif. hnt a grett deal to
do with the c'JHrtic;tT of the service. The
instructions in the list sny place your
mouth four to eight inches away from the
transmitter. It is better to treat the
transmitter a3 though it were some
very dear friend whom y.iu have not
set n for t long t me. One or two inches
is fur enough away as things now are.
with street car and electric light currents
buzzing and nzzieg in the appari'.us al!
the time. Then atiain, talk to the trans
mitter; don't put ihe bcfc of your hei.d
to it and look into the street or out of the
front door as you iik,nd fxpect people
at the other erd of the bne to hear you
plainly. Speak t lowly r.nd with all pos
sible distinctness, and use a good full
tore if you have ons handy. Treat t he
telephone as though it. comprehended
commonsense conduct and it will brace
up and be better tfcsn it has in the past.
There are ft. me cists that cannot tie
cured by this sort of diet, but it will do
on:in Even .
Mrs. Capt. M. VV. Lyon and Mrs. Lieu
J. T. Thompson will t;ive a tea to their
lady friends of the tri-cities at Rock Isl
and arsenal tomorrow uft2inoon from 3
till 6 o'clock.
U. S. Warcer ar d wife will entertain
their friends with a progressive eucbre
party at their borne on Nineteenth street
Among the thousands of testimonials
of cures by Dr. Miles,' New Heart Cure,
is that of Nathan Allisons, a well-known
citizen of G'en Rock. Pa , who for years
had sbortnis; of breath, sleeplessness,
pain in left side, shoulders, smothering
spells, etc ; one bottle of Dr. Milps'New
Heart Cure and one box of Nerve and
Liver Pills, cund h m. Peter Jsquet,
Salem, N J., is another witness, who for
twenty years suffered with heart disease,
was pronounced incurable by physicians,
death stared him in the face, could cot
lie down for fear of smotberine to death
Immediately af.er using tbe New Cure
he felt hetter and could, lie down and
sleep all niubt. and is now a well man.
The New Cure is sold, also free fcook, by
Ilartz & Bahnsen.
Miles' Nerve and Liver Fills.
Act on anew principle r gulatiDg tbe
liver stomach and bowels through tbe
nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles'
Pills speedily cure biUiousneFs, bad taste,
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Un
equalled for men, women, children.
Smallest, mildest, surest! 50 doses 25
cents. Samples free at Hartz & Bahn
So many have been cured of rheumatism
by Hoti's Sarsaparilla that we urge all
who suffer from the disease to try this
A Safe Inyenment.
Is one which is guaranteed to bring
you satisfactory results, or in case of
failure a return of purcbaFe price. On
this safe plan jou can buy from our ad
vertised druggist a bottle of Dr. King's
Xew Discovery for Consumption. His
guaranteed to bring relief in every case,
when used for any nffeetion of throat,
lungs or chest, such as consumption, in-fi-tojma'ion
of lungs, bronchitis, asthma,
whooping cough, croup, etc. It ia pleas
ant and agreeib'e to taste, perfectly safe,
andean always be depended upon. Trial
botiles free atllariz& Bihnsen's drug
MERIT WIX J.
We desire to say to our eititens. that
for yers we have been Ft bin Dr. King's
New D'srovery for Consump ion, Dr.
King's Xe Life Pills, Ruck en's Arnica
Salve and Electric Bitters, and have
nevtr bandied remedies that e-e-II as well,
or thtt hhvj given Etich universal satis
fiction. We do not hesitate 'o guarantee
It era every time. f.nd we stand realy to
refund(the tmrchase price, if s ttisfa ttory
results t!o not follow i heir us. Tne?e
g-tmedies hve won their rai popularity
purely on their mcri s. H ir z & lihn
EUCZI.KH'? AHXICA 8ALV3.
liic lest salve ic tht world for cais,
' rus.P.a, sores, ulcere, salt rheum, ftvex
iTt:?, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
c.orrs nd all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pf required. It
U garir.teed to give perfect e-itibfuctioTi
ft: :r.oey refunded. Price 25 cents per
b ;e. For finlo b Ht rM S TiahttECD.
I Have Taken Several
H ittics of Bretlfield's Female Regulator
tor faiiir g of the womb and other diseases
crsiWid. o' "6 years standing, and I
reilly t ii'. ve I am cured entirely, for
which please nccrpt mv 'hanks.
Mi s W. E. Stef.biss. Ridge, Ga.
S ld hy Ilartz & B-tt csen.
J- E- Montrose, Macagr.
THURSDAY, FSB. 11th.
Spi-elal cngag mcnt of the cc'etirat e l Actor.
la the Fmii.itjs American Drmni.
The Arkansas Traveler,
Sup ort tl hv hW own excellent T rainitic Com
T'Hiiy. ll tiic Fami Hr ttat.ir
Tae Fimiiy .Ju-g. and JTnj !
Lit " Ann, ih wnnil rful "h 1.1 actr ess !
The ir a Pok'-r rnii '.
The S;,eml :tt Kxposl nt
The Ceebr.ttcd Ideul leitr efe
And a Host of ovclth-F '.
Prices 25, 5 1 find 75c. HpJorvert setitt on sale
at Harper house phunua y Feb. 9.
Burtis Opera House
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 10!h.
Emactnen; of the Brilliant Yonne Comedienne,
A;ded hy a Su rh Co mr! Company, inc"odin
Mr Will MnndtTvIlle. late pnnc pal comedian
in "The Little TcotV Mr. Joe Caw
taorn, late prsrin? in the comedy
"L UIj ni;s.'t.M
In Clmrlf F. Vincent's dchghtful comedy,
Th? tvst ply oT Tn,ti? Ki?a m :rTy career.
P ic-ts, $ .(Mt. T.", rw) rin1 2 c t iit!. SH-aiP on sitle
at t'Uike . Ttrlopliniu 2).
It I j 1 III- I iW&T. ." W''
lioriH'ii l. timi. '-v''7ii
The Most Powtrral
of the ape, creatingmore fan than any
Itlinstrel, Circus or Comedy Co
An eritert .inmeat forlaaies and children.
On Friday evening, Feb. 5. ladies will be ad
m'lttd FREE, hen accompanied by a pa'd w
et rvod ticket.
1 riecs 4 ana 35 cznU.
C. C. Taylor's,
The ladies of the three cities will be pleased t? know that McfcJABE
BROS.' great importation of f -
has arrived. They were delayed about ten days by some ''hit chin the
New York Custom House, but as they are now here and ready for sale
we will waive all claims for delay and open np a hustling sale that will
more thrn make up for losttime. ' ,; ......
Patterns cf all embroideries are much
handsomer than any former year. Har
row cambrics, narrow Swisses, nar
row nainsooks, medium widths, all
qualities and prices
Demi flouncings, skirting fiouncings
and allover embroideries in larger as
sortment than ever before, and prices
shaded lower than on any previous occasion-Next
Sunday will te St. Valentine's
day. Remember Feb. 14.
Fifty mi-se"' j.v kets at $!.! Fot T ladies j ttketsi a', f 1 tiSr Twenty- five !:i i e'
braided t?to.keutUe jsctstt? nt i-iXi each- :1 on our new second floor.
11720. 1722 and 1724 Srcoxd Avekcs.
We begin to take stock,
it we will this week
From all purchaees of $1 and
over we will deduct
Store, art Store,
Come now and eave money.
GEORGE II. KINGSBURY.
1703 and 1705 Second avtn'if. Te'.fiihnp N 12'6
We predict the universal - use of
Dr. Mai's OBlebratetl Couaii Syrup
for "La Grippe," all coughs, colds, croup, and
all affections of the throat, lungs and bron
Its sale has more than doubled each year sincev
its introduction, and the year 1891 stands out
as the banner year of its existence.
Made and sold at 10c and 25c per bottle by
. T. H. THOMAS,
We cannot reach all, but hop to reach 3rou by this
UrJDERHILiiu & &X.&SS,
If you are hungry give us a call at 1611 Seccnd avenue,
next oor east of Loosley's crockery store.
A frpsh line of tobacco and cigars always on hand.
fireat Clearing Sale , .
CLOAKS AND MILLINERY.
' WE MUST HAVE ROOM
At once for . extensive alterations in our store;'
gain it have decided to offer our ENTIRE
STOCK of Cloaks and Millinery at
All goods marked in plain figures at prices that will
make a great saving to purchasers who buy now. -
1 14 West Second Street, Davenport.
Edgings lc. 2c, 3c, 4c" 5c. 6c. 7c. 8c,
9c, 10c, 12c, and on tip to the best
We import these goods direct from
first hands in Switzerland, and p'ac
them on our counters with a saving to
customers of th" profits of two "middle
Hundreds of new spring dress fab
rics pre arriving. Wools, cottons,
si?k3, worsteds, toil du nords, Scotch
and French gingham?, gloria silks,
Bedfords, crepons, crepeline. wave
cords, serges, msjestic Henriettas,
plain ard fancy cheuron- In fact a
vast line of new and splendid novelties
from which to select, far superior to
any previous spring exhibition.
and in order to reduce
make BIG CUTS.
Tn this depaitment we will
cli it-e on
di-eount jonr p:r-
.... 10 per cti-.t
25 j er cer.t
... 20 per cti.t
1) ter cet:t
'.0 per cri.t
Etching?. Enraviiiss . 35H pfr t cr.t
Picture Frames, Cabinet. . .2 per cei:t
Picture Frames, to ord-:r. M per com
. i - ;
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