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TMi: Alii, US, TIIUKSDAS, mjCEMBEll 15. 1892.
,4 the method and results wten
trrup of bigs is taken; it pleasant
(ad reiresuiug w iue taste, ana act3
B'iy yet promptly on the Kidneys,
,1TCT auu uuweiB, cleanses me Bys
a effectually, dispels colds, head
and fevers and cures habitual
,n3tiation. Syrup of Figs is the
3!y remedy of its kind ever pro
uced, pleasing to the taste and ac
.mtaWe to the stomach, nromnt in
' action and truly heiiefidal in its
Ss, prepares only trom the nio.-t
u . y ami arcojiiiie Ptilistanccs, its
mv f-vccllont QUalitio e. irnenil it
) s. and have made ii the most
iptihr remedy known.
Svrun of Figs is for sal.- In fi(V
d SI bottles by all Wiling- drn-
Any reliable druggist who
,av ivt have it on hand will pro-!
irp it nroninuv ior anv nnn wtm
t -i i - , ......
wish to try it. IX Dot acceiit any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAH FRANCISCO. CAU
lOmsvau. nr. new york, .r.
. I. HEIDY.
T. B. AUOT.
LOT. FOB SALS.
soffit alioire lotf In MtxU-r's edd'a, Jl.POf) to $l,ri
Ux lo Lyon." addition 46(1 to t
in ri.llyr Helcbt SUO to 4 9
in K :e -wood I'ark sill
ijl-ms hne I'd addition $00 to 10
Snrae due n-fi 'ence property la elty; good In-
:p: iilm a nnmher of nice couagea which
U! I tu". c-l.ei-p on long timp.
Raom 4. Mirchrll A Lynde bnildiag. ground
Inor. Ui rear of Mltcbi 11 A Lynde hank.
Have you called at
If not, you had better, for
you will find lots of Silver
and Gold Novelties as well
i a large assortment of
:he latest in Fine Jewelry,
H. D. FOLSOM.
-all Knroa of-
Cast Iron Work
. A specialty of farnlahlnjr aL kinds
of Stove, with Castings a 6 sent
4 MACHINE SHOP
been added where all kinds of micfeiae
work will be done arsS-class. .
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
nrjWNiNG SK0S., Pronts.
5R Eighteenth street. Clothe, net called
id. of two month, will be eold.
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f - -irte
hoot collar. . -
;'"'iUi collar. 1
JdrK-.unieb or pleated JJ
'Pe'pair .. 4c
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CAPT. LYON LEAVES. !
The Popular Officer at the Ar
" senal Ordered East.
GOING TO PROVIDE SCE, E. I.
He Will Hvr hrge ol a Government
Coatraet for the Manofajture of Ciun
C'arriacjes and Mortar Tn ire The Army
Chaaen WMlttlng the Traa.fer
Capt. I.yoa'a Work Here.
Capt. M. W Lyon is it leare Rock
Is and arsenal. He hns b.?eo ordered to
report for duty at Providence; R I.,
bere the government Las con ract for
the manufacture of gun carriages h.Lii
itioruis. Cap t. Lyon is cetailid to act
s inspector of the government foundry,
lei 7iug Capt. Grccr 'ho sumes com
mind of Columbia nrsenn; at Columbia.
Inn , relieving lj. Arnt Id. who takes
hari.e of Wat'-rv i t arsenal. N. Y , in
:!- or Col. P.rk"'. who is on sick
apt. I.ynu s Unrk Here
'r Lj in n : lv t ajsisiuut com-
.h i i.t hi li i k . w-enal lor two
v v- rn1 h .tuil no oClcer has made
' fri in s m the u.Ke ci.ies than has
' :'t f- o, mciI the news of his depart-n-f
Ui itc received with ceneral regret.
c 0 .
'- i "g eoiered with spirit and pride into
i: i !', baa concerned tie welfare of the
cit,es of Rock Island and Moline, is an
active member of the Twi i City Col urn
bim committee and had ciarge of last
je.tr'e successful Fourth of July Colum
bian celebration . At the arsenal his ef
ficiency as an officer and an engineer has
been fully shown. While he haa at all
times bad charge of the nhops. he was
during the interval of Col. Whittemore'a
resignation as commandant and the ap
pointment of Col.Buffingtcn. acting com
mandant, and during that time some of
the most important woi k eyer done
there cfttne under his immeliate supervi
sion, iccluding the steel re-decking of
i He Rock Island bridge, the construction
of the draw pier, the eroction of the
Rck Island viaduct and the rebuilding
of the Moline dam. In al these opera
tions his ability was demoistrateU.
Capt. I.yon'a Fnudly.
Capt. Lyon will probably leave for his
n w post early in the year, but his family
will remain in Rock Island .until next
July. His children ar attending the
public schools here, and his oldest son
g.-miuatta from the High school at the
clo.-e of the neit fchool yeir.
Arircw Grumber. of Hampton, was
before Magistrate Wivill on Tuesday,
cburpod wuh killing a don estic animal
n-me'T, a dog belonging to John V.igel.
The ch-i; wi8 contioutd ui Ul Dec. tO.tbc
defendiiit beins released oo his own rec
William Speech, a foreman on the
Hennepia o-.ni!, stabbed V-ichael Ken
nedy, a laborer, three tim h in the back
in a fisbt there yesterday af i ernoon. Ken
nedy had been discharged .a the morning
but cams back nbout 3 o'rl ck in the af-e-noon
looking for trouble aid g t it.
Speech and Keontd; bec iDie involved in
a quarrel which came to Wows, when the
former drew a knife. Kejcedy at this
juncture started to run, when Speech
stabbtdhim three times in the back.
The injured man was taken to the offioe
of Dr. Eddy in Milan, where his injuries
were dressed and though quite painful
he is ge;t ng along cicely tud uo serious
results are anticipated. After Speech
bad seen the seriousness of the man's
wounds he mode himself M'r :e and has
not been ftten there since.
George Barker has pur:has:d the in
terests of the other heirs, composing the
firm of George Birker fc Co., and will
hereafter canduot the buihiess himself.
He is arranging to increase Lis facilities
for the oomming summer to supply this
article of necessity.
George Lambert has concluded to re
turn again to the ice busi less, but on a
more elaborate scale. He has bought cut
the Moline Ice company tnd will enter
at once upon the work of getting in
shape forbusineas during the coming
Nothing of importance as done at he
meeting of the board of supervisors yes
Urday afternoon, the time being nwinly
devoted to bearing the reports of com
mittees, e'c. At the morn ng session it
was deeded to have a teVphone placed
in the state's attorney's offiue. Bupervis .
ora Smith, Wilion and Sinnett were
chosen as delegates to the convention of
the supervisors of the ta e, which wiil
be held at Champaign oarlv in January.'
Other matters of minor in portanoe were
attended to, but nothi"g of material con
sequence came op for er.tiro.
The erriest Girl Tht.t's Cat
"Bonnie .weet Bctr. the m(d of Dundee."
was bo doubt, ihe kind of a gl-l to "Whai
are the wUd wini an u.V or tu put -a 11 tie
faded flower" in yonr b aton hale. She was so
fall of Tlracity, and tea uin? wi h robsat health,
very gM In the land c in be jut t aa fall ot life.
Jatawell,andjoitahmerry n .he, elnce Dr.
Pierce ha placed hi F.ror ta Preacrlptloa"
within the reach of all. Toaiig glrla- In th. lr
teen., pass!' K the age of puberty, and It a great
aid. Delicate, pnie and .ickly girls will fled this
a won-.erf ul lnviporator, and a ure corrertiTe for
all aerurgemen and weaknesM. Incident to female:.
THE SNUG harbor.
I'roi et-.liues of the Seaman's Coaventioa
With Ri-fereaee to it
In the convention of the Seamen's
Home association at Cleveland, Hon. T.
r Cr' kt-r mide an interesting talk
Monday night on the aims and purposes
of the !.ocity. He spoke of the great
good hat had alreadt been accomplished
and said '.but ine work of the society was
yearly on the increase. It was destined
to increase s long as the cities and states
bordering on the great western lakes and
rivers continued prosperous. He gave a
highly interesting talk on the proposed
"Snug Harbor" for bailors, to be estab
lished on a pleasant island in the Missis
sippi river, and commended the project
to the aid and nsbistance of all interested
in the matter. He we s followed by Rev.
Bcnjnmia Frankiand, the general super
intendent of tfce Western Seamen's
Friend society, who delivered his annual
Tepr.rt uf the work done In the course
of h s remarks Mr. Frinkland said:
Our coi.stftut-ci'u-s now embrace also
fish. men. lilmt)ermD. railway employ
es nil i cb'idrt-ii and families in dock and
h rhor districts Bethel work in the
m.-st iart U carred ,;ti through local so
cieties, a fed-ml system of which the
Wr-N-rn Scbirieu's Friend ciety is the
patent body. Its directing and workine
forte i mbrsc 3S0 UMchers and mission
workers; 133 :r tl lentil! fitia-ns on
boaids f comrol general ard locnl; 150
memoe s of wnm.-n's auxiliaries; and
49 cliw plains, uns-ioiiaries, and superin
tendevsof wo k in I', an txploiting
band of 712 men and women
They ire past has been one of unusual
prosperity and unremitting labor The
genrrl saperintecd ;nt has traveled fullv
35,000 thousand miles in the service
of the tociety, and visited all principal
stations T bethel work on our western
field. At Chicago also, in f utherance of
aistincnvcly sailor mission work, an
auxiliary branch society has been re-
centlv incorporated under the name of
the Chicago Floating Bethel Association.
representing also the three contiguous
cities of Davenport, Rock Island, and
Moline, on the Upper Mississippi River.
and in furtherance of a pr j -cted home
in tnat vicinity for aged and disabled
boatmen, a provisional board of local
supervision has been orgsniaed. i
Frankiand being secretary of this new
branch of work.
CITY OH AT.
Fresh fish at Souder & Son.
Nice honey at W. A.Ehleb's.
Buy your Christmas trees at Brooks &
Home made sanr kraut tat Brooks &
Jersey sweet potatoes at George
Browner k uo.
Malaga and New York ci as-ba grapes
at vouner at son.
Unncing school at 1 urntr ball every
Malaga, Tokay and New York Catawba
gripes at vy.A Ehleb's.
"I'm here the goods are bere, and the
prices are here, now I want you to come
and look at us ' says Mr. Lee Gait, 1815
No new developments rre reported in
the C.,R. I & P, operators' strise though
both sides 6 till claim to be gaining the
Ten per cent off on all children's and
boys' shoes to-morrow, besides regular
listed bargains. Be sure and attend this
sale The Boston.
Hot for Christmas go to W. Trefz &
Co. and see their errand display of toys
and novelties of every description suita
t le for presents for all.
The marriage of Charles Spencer and
Miss Louise Whialer is t3 occur at
home of the bride's parents, Capt. and
Mrs. Whisler on the evening of Jan 11.
Saturday Dec. 17 All ladies band
turned shoes, reeuUr selling price $ 3 00
and $3 50 go at $2-35. Be sure and get
a pair all sizes and widths The Bos
ton. Tomorrow, Friday evening, beautifully
embroidered silk chiffon handkerchiefs
10c a piece from 7 to 9 o'clock at Mc
Cat e Bros. Not more tban two or three
to any customer.
Special shrie stle nommenoia to
morrow h tne Biston Friday for the
children nud Sturday for Ladies
Don't miss thii opportunity to secure a
bargain The B iston.
"Young America." a great big board
coyered j'iveo:le biok. 158 pages, prr
fusely illustrated, this evening from 7 till
oVI.ck. will be sold at 9c apiece at
McCilir Bros Match it if you may for
Cuxrlt-8 Z itier of LClaire and Miss
Edith Camersoo of D-tvenport wen united
in mirriaee by Rev. F W. Merrell of the
First M. E. church, at the home of
William Cameroon, 518 Eighth stree,
Hon J W. Hunter, of Galesburg who
ran for congress on the democratic ticket
agains G?n. P t Post in the Tenth dis
trict the pis' campaign, is greeting his
friend ' in Ronk Inland today. He is one
of the repres.-utat.ive democrats of the
J. P. Millar & Oo who are at work
drilling tbe Mitchell & Lyndo well deeper
have now reached a. depth of l.'BO fet
Tb well was originally 1.000 feet deep
and it is thought that a depth of 2 100 or
2.20O feet will give tbe supply of water
tha' ig wanted. Toe drill is now going
through bard rock at the rate of about
.15 feet per diy.
Tbe fuheral of Ex A'd. John Frohbnes
was held from tbe home of A Loge, 2381
Seventh avenue, at 2 o'clock yes'erday
afWooon. Rev. C A. Mennirke officiat
ing. It was atu-ndi d bv Rock Island
lodge No. 18. 1. OOF. and German
aicietv. of benh of which, deceased was
a member Ti e interment was made in
the Lu'heran cemetery.
I used Dr Bad'. Cough Syrup in my
family and found its work marvelous
No household is mmDlele without it,
Cha8. Schobert, 32 Norris 8t , Balto,
A Chicago Syndicate Forms a
WILL BOCK ISLAND BE IN IT?
A 3.0O0.0O0 Enterprise to Build Opera
House Throughout a Portion of till-ok-An
Advantage We Need and a Uoed
Way So Seeare IS will We be Included?
A syndicate of managers and opera
house proprietors has tx.en formed in
Chicago with a c pital stock of f 3.000,-
000. It includes several Chicago gentle
men of Wealth and managers and owners
of theatres who desire to form a circuit
of which a number o f promising Illinois
cities are to be made a part. Quincy is
already practicady assured a place iu the
circuit, but other cities to be included are
not yet known. Tbe plan is to build
flrrit class modern theatres on tbe grouud
floor, with cpcity for 1,500 people,
and to arrange for a series each season of
firs' class entertainments.
Tbe Meeting Next Week.
A meeting will be held in Chicago
early next week, when the project will
be discussed. What may be do lb will be
done at ODce, as tbe syndicate is com
posed of men of ample meaLS who wish
to have everything in readiness on their
proposed circuit for next amus-etuent sea-
sou's business, and bookings as well as
buildings must he looked after.
Rock Island's Inducement.
R ck Inland needs a new modern opera
house, one readily accoss ble an 1 with
more abundant means of exit in cse ot
panic The city offers plenty of adm ra
ble sites for the erection of such a theatre
as is designed. Tbe Qaincy Herald,
speaking of the prrj ;cl as it affects that
No money will have to be raised here.
The syndi- ate will buy tbe ground, put up
tbe b liiding and do tbe booking of ILe
companies They assure us that all the
first class attractions will play their cir
cuit, presenting everything just as in tbe
big eastern and western cities.
At present, owing to obvious reasons,
no names are given. After next week's
meeting it is likely that more information
may be given the public and that it will
be of a retsiirintr nature
Mlee, New and N'otcI.
Will R. Johnson, the jeweler, has
added to his already attractive line of
holiday goods something nice, new and
novel, in the way o' hind painted, artis
ically decor-ited cbina, the pretlie.-t
thing in the wor d tor a tasty Christmas
gift. A glance it tbe magnificent dis
play in Johns' n's windows will n fiord an
idea of the b -iuiiful ware. See Mr.
Johnson's line of goods before making
your selection of holidiv remembrances.
Hood's 8r.Apftrilla stands at the head in
the mtdie.ine world, ad uired i i prosper
tty and envied in merit by thousands of
would-e competitors. It his a lirgpr
SMle lhan uny other uied'eine. Such suc
cess eoutd not be won without positive
Hood's Pills cures constipation by re
peristalic action of tbe alimentary canal.
They are the heat family cathntic.
Alustn't tlanale louvict .ftaroie.
ST. Louis, Dec IS. Tbe Marble Cutturv
association adjourned yesterday, having
finished the business which culled it to
gether. A committee was appointed to pe
tition congress to raise tbe duty on marble
and. to admit undresst-d material free.
Members were forbidden to accept employ
ment on work where convict materials are
IT ISN'T IN THE ORDWART WA Y
that Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription comes
mui 1- anil aitflVirinc Ul iin.n plm nuula
! ft. It's guaranteed. Not with wards merely;
any medicine can make claims and pronuses.
What is dona with the " Favorite Prescrip
tion " is this : if it fails to benefit or cure, in
your money is returned. Can you
iv better proof that a medicine will da
what it promises I
Ifs an uvigoratine, restorative) Sonic, a
""H"g and swngtKming nervine, ana a
Ii hiln remedy for the ills and ailments that
beset a woman. In "female 00m plaint" of
vary kind, periodical pains, internal in ft1 aro
ma bon or ulceration, bearing-dowm aenaav
Nona, asat ail ctoronio wn.fr n is and fcr
regularises, is in a poattiva and attmplaks
To every tired, overworked wotnaa and
t vary- weak, nervous, and ailing one, it Is
guaranteed to bring henita and strength.
They Ring For All!
A Cheerful Call
To Christmas Bargains, j
Never so GoodI
Never bo Cheap!
Oar boantlfal dtiplay of holiday glfte Is opened
aad ready The aewest ideas, the best selections
th moat appropriate and desirable presents at
Remember this splendid acsortmest contala.
the right tUnf for every person old, middle aged
Wo will please you. We will satisfy you. We
will meet year wants, be they large or small, with
the most suitable presents at the fairest prices.
C. C. TAYLOR.
You can save Time and Money by Trading with
J. Hamseii & Son,
The Old Established Jewelers.
Owing to their immense and well selected stock you will
find just such an article as you desire for a Xmas gift with
out wasting time and energy looking around. We carry a
large of variety opera glasses, gold spectacles, eye glasses,
fine silver novelties, onyx clocks, souvenir spoons, carving
sets, small fancy clocks, Chatelaine watches, and our usual
large line of watches, diamonds and fancy stone rings.
We have fitted up a special department for OPTICAL
GOODS; we are better prepared for correcting all errors of
refraction than any one in the
Special Sale of
BOOTS AND SHOES
AT THE CARSE & CO. STAND.
carse a co's oca
Wright A Peters' Doagola Hand Turn acd
Dull dong welts
Dongolas M. S
Mst kid top
" Straight goat
Striblej's Dongola bsnd turn
Cloyes' ' Welt
-' M. S. patent tip .m.. 3.dll 3.21
French A Hall's Cordovan hand sewed.,... 5.50"
' ' Calf hand sewed 5.50
Bay State Calf Welt , Ojoo'.'
We Guajantee the above to be lower tban ever before offered . CaM at our
store and inspect our goods and prieea; we have tdso a great many other bar
gains that we are now offering. ...
Successor to Carse & Co,. 1622 Second Aveaue.
Think of It.
Over half a mi'.li o people die every
year, in the United tntes, from Lung
and Throat oiseasi s which alwavs start
from a negi, cted Cold or Cough If you
are suffering from any of the above dis
eases try ibis remarkable Cough 8yrup,
ar.d you will use no other afterwards.
We have hundreds of testimonials fmm
those benefitted by it.
25 AND 50 CT3. A BOTTtK. SAaTPLK BOT.
TLF8 10 OTS
Ask your druggist for Dr. MrKmn'a
Irish Coug Syrur. Take no other! One
iril is all that is necessary to convince
you. Sent to any address by expr ss on
receipt of price. Mtdeonly by the pro
SHALL I BUY FOR
Go to G. O. HUCKSTAEDT
and he will show you a nice line of Rockers,
ladies' desks, cabinets, bookcases, .side
boards, parlor furniture, etc., to select from.
We have this week received an tenor
tation af Frenah wh te china fordecttrav
ALBUMS Our line of Albums is
ahead of anything we haye
had in tbe past in style, and
lower in price. The new
shapes arc very desirable.
BIBLES We have a large line of
tbe celebrated Bolman fam
ily bibles: Also his self
pronouncing teacher's edi
tion. Call and examine these
and oar Oxford and Bagster.
FRAMES We are this year a hereto
lore making a special feature
of our framing department
and prices much lower.
Geo. H. Kingsbury,
17081705 Second Ave.. Rock Island .Telephone 1216.
402 Fifteenth atrtet, Moline.
Vaopaetonr orjthe Brady street
Ail kisls of Cat Flowers eonstsntlv on ham
n; boc oortc of Central park.th a.Tast -
J. BAMSER & SON,
.1827 Second Avenue, Rock Island.. -
Welt f 4 50 ft. 75
4. 511 3.25
3:50 3, M0
Pjxton. III.. Nov." 6. 18.2 T. H:
Thomas, Buck Isimd: Dear sir Please
find inclosed po tal note for two boxes of
our won-ierful kidney and liver pills
The pills that I got from you before did
me so much good that I can say they are
the best that I ever used, having cleared
away the gravel that 1 was troubled
with. I bave recommended them to my
friends. Yours very truly,
Paxton,,Ford Co., 111.
These Wonderful P lis are made and
sold at 25 cents per bottle by
H. THOMAS, Druggist.
Will Boon be here.
Prepare for It,
BY BUYING TOUB
... Horses, dolls, shoetties. games,
sleds, drums, toilet cases, jewel boxes,
shaving oases, manicures,
Smoking acta. : ..j A bums.
Jointed Dolls. Kid Dolls,
Bisque Dolls. Rubber Dolls.
Iron Toys. Tin Toys.-
Wood Toys, Pewter Toys,
Perfumery, . r Jewelry,
Lamps, Baskets, -
Cups. giucers, -
8lad Dishes, 8dver Ware.
Ko ves. Forks, I
and all fancy goods in an endless variety
at , , . ,
n lew.. t Brady street, DaveaporU i.