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THE AliUUS. TUESDAY, JANUAKY 10, 1593.
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
ppni.ly yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly benzficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
iSyrup of Figs is for sale in 50c
and" SI bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Lk not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SUN FliAflCISCO, CL,
LOUISVILU, Kt. HEW YORK, A.r.
I. K. BKIDY.
T. B. KK1DY.
THE LKAT INQ
Iii:y. fell I'.tid ni.ir.icn propeity on commission,
ini-.n n:riu'y, co li rt rent-, aVo carry r. lino of firpt
c!s-flic lri-iir;iice cnnipaiiio-. br.iMing lots 'or
in nil bed ffi-rvnt addition. I'hcicc residence
i rupoiiy In all ar'.s of the city.
l:mi 4. Vitchcll A Lyf.ilc buildiag. ground
!". in renrof J. i'ch. 11 Lynde )uuk.
Have you called at
If not, you had better, for
you will find lots of Silver
and Gold Novelties as well
as a large assortment of,
the latest in Fire Jewelry
W. B. GRIFFIW,
GRIFFIN & KEATING,
No: 1712 FirBt Ave.,
Book Island, III,
Practical : : :
Gas Fitting and General Jobbing.
Lamps, Central Draft, at Cost.
for the rest of thU v k
I will sell at one third
off, any central draft
lamp rraquet, piano,
or parlor la'up in the
Btore, fxept tbe $1 and
$1 25 nickel stand lamp.
Don't mies this
I a'eo offr crumb
trays and brushes at
one third off, while thy
last; not poor poods,
but tha very bfit quali
ty hxtra bru&hes on
At G. M. Loosley's.
lew Secand Avenue.
AS TO TROOPS.
Provision for Their Accommo
dation at Ch cago.
MILITIA AT TEE WORLD'S FAIR.
The Steps Taken hy Inspect or Gener xl ISra-
ckett of the Illinois National Guard Look,
lng to that End A CIrcul ir to the Citizen
Soldiers of all the States of the I nlon
The Plan Proposed.
Col. W. 8. Bracken, inspector-gen
eral of the Illinois Na'ioial Guard, haa
furnished tbe appended c.rcular to the
prcsi ,l the state or publication:
At the teeth annual convention r,f the
Illiuois National Guard association, held
Hi Chicago Deo 8 and 9. the asso-
ciauon representing the entire Nttional
Guard of tbe state, it was decided lout
immedite pct-on must be taken to pro
vide unliable space near the grounds of
the Word's Columbian Exposition for
the military organizitions of the vari us
Hates and territories, wbuh might cme
to Chicago during the year of the expo
sition. Action in ths respect wis im
portant, in vie r,( ih fart tha-. the ex-
; oaition authorities hd deemed it out
tide their province and jurisdiction t
provide for such er.cim anient, and vie
general covtrnment wts inhkely to do
itiythin in th pn m:ea
The fo'lowirp res-ilutMn was tn'ini
inous'.y adopted by tue couven'-ion.
Wheri a?. There Ins been t.i provision what
ever ma e by the s.-neriil gov. rmofnt or ihe
World's Fair an liori'le-, fur ..pace, or grounds
forth - neaping anil accommo lati n of ih
many organizations f the Nn tonal Guard of ti e
v:iri"Oe ttntes. wh ch 'avealr-aly mail-! preparation-
to ceme t-1 th World s Pair in 1N9J as or
ganized bodi-eof troo ami
Whereas, it i not nt all piobable any provi
sion will be male for .heir rccept on and accom
Resolved, That a committee of five officers be
annoititeil b t he t rcMlile .t. to be. known as the
coin-i ittee on Wor n's Fair etii-ampinei-t of tno
llhiu iH Natio al Unurd a-w :'at'OQ, h nha'.l
have fu'l power to lnvetiuat . n 1, If po-ciblo,
oblainsiiiiable grounds for sii' heiicampir.eTit.
Id con'ormity wi h thi rvsoluiion. the
then president of the ass cia ion. Colonel
William Cendenin, 6 li lufan r ap
pointfd the comnii'tee a follows: Brig.
Gen. J. N Herce,-adi.itnnt p;euerl.
Brig. Gen. Charles Fi zSin;ona. com
man'iift; 1 Bri-'ade; ( o! . Williim S
Krmktt, inspector cen-rI; Col. Liu in
S Juil ! commanding 2 J infnir ; Lieu'.
Col Ili t.ry L. Turter, li. ir.ftn'ry.
The committee be-.n wo:k imtnviiate
ly. anfi. sfter cr.nsiderir a Vnrioi:s Fires,
rjno.'ly si-Vcfed and yccuv.l by lnje tbe
it-.h'yicre irnc; ot 1 tid situnUd a 6li'rt
di.itsno from the exoisrinn round-i,
nesr tiie 1-ik.i khorc, bn.'.wn as the
"Wentwiir'!' trnr." T.; s t;ro'ind wil! be
(iiiit-.b!y ievilvd, roiled, hmply sni-p'ied
with wnter for lrnkinr t.nd b'lih'Pi.' pur-D"8:-),Hid
i'l be tlioruUii.lv draired aud
sew, red. I'. ill nvc mr.jndat. 0 (KICmen
at one t UK-, besidei civi ii; l-irjie drill and
p-tr-ii" i r iii:(!.i Tl i i rm'.:te;' v.-i;l en
deavor -o fvid ; erit- and iv.mp mdiI
s;irnson equi:ne durinu (lie expoiilinn
f r that number. Amp';! tri:y;p"ir:aM.in
f-ieilitiiM ('"te'im, e!e,-:i nnd elevated
ritilway?) ex st I e'.ween ih? ifc anJ tbe
expr.si.ion, as well as o ;he ci'y. Near
ly il the troips. on arriv-d. my be de
barked at . r neur til ; gr un.'s
The U'e r.f tLese rro'inrts will b; fr.'e
of Xllpse t-t v;si:ir:2 irann 7. itions of
the N-itifntl Oanid uodir rules i s'ob
lihed by this comn i'.tee for toe colvoq
ienee and comfort of all. The camp will
be stiicily a miliiarv one, aDd uider the
general comma-id of t je eenior officer
pres'ii in r.omm-ndof troops.
Visiting troops will bt required to pro
vide their own. subsistence, either by Ren
eral contract or othervMse. These ar
rangements should be trade in advance.
Further information wil b3 given by this
committee hereafter, a9 to the best means
ot providing such subsistence. At a
meetinc of this comi.ittee held after the
lense of this ground as executed, tbe
following resolution v as unanimously
Resolve , Tht we b.lleve It woild be for tha
pcrroa .ent cnod .f the national uusra or uie
country, ana woa'd add (rreti to tbe attraction
and sueces of the World' olamblan Epot -tion,
ff the Nati n 1 Gua'd e f the Tarious s.ates
and tfirrit'Ties were encamp-id within ea-y vl-.li-ing
dints- ce of tbe World' Kair and city, during
tha cn.tiauar.ee of tie fair. Therefore, this
committee, appointed by aid r pivsentinu the
National Guard of the state cf Ul!nt, hereby ex
tend a cordial ii vl atlon to the National Guard
of sUter states and terrltori-- a d neDist-ietof
Colun.bia tt be p-B-ent as organized military
bonies. and in orter that fa'table a com'i.oda
tions may be prov ded, we livu made arran e
men's wi'h the les ees of tha pronerty known as
t e "We twurih Tract," cjnsietl'B of ehrhty
acres, which lies between s venty-flfth and wev-enty-nmih
atreets and Yatea and rremhave
u. 8. f'T t e u-fe of that t 1 an a camp (rr nnd
for t"e Natio al Guard . f thq L'a t a rtt t-sdur-ipg
Ih' eotit;nuinre of th ?'r. and hereby re
quest ihe nrjulant (reneral of the state of I lit
i oie o furnish tentse and camp equipage for
this purpose ,
lie o veil, Ihat a copy cf t' 1 resolution be
sent to the adjutant general of the different
Mates and tetritor.es .nd tte District of Col
umbia, In order to carry out the plan of ac
commodating the entire National G jard of
the nation, it will re necessary to fix ix
act dates for the recepti in i f the resppc
tive organ zations. Itliboped that the
committee will be ble to fcivo every
organiz .tion in tbe Uni ed Sta'es at least
two wreks encampnet t Tbe commit
tee will endeavor to arraeEe 'dates with
the various organizit ons, fruiting the
convenience of the lattr r as fir as pos
sible. Adjutants general and command
ing ofBrvrs will see the -necessity of in
forming the committee, at once, as to
the time or timea ben it will be most
convenient for their respective commands
to vigil Cbictgo.
The World's Co'iutihian exposition
openj May 1. and closer Oct. 30. 1893.
As to Young f-eeleldt.
Martin Ne 60 i, the man who was
struck by young Rober". Seefeldt with a
bar ot iron at the plow works a few days
jrgo, was not as badly 1 urt as was at first
thouebt. Mrs Seefeldt. tbe boy's
mother, called at The Akgub last even
ing to state that a wrotg impression bad
g-ine nut in regard to l.er son's action.
The reason she had oil. red a reward was
to get him back home ind protect him
and not to have him punished. She also
states that hia action wa entirely justifi
able. . . ,
Pleas of guilty Yesterday Afternoon The
All the pris niers in licted by tha erand
jury excip'-1 la Johus.m were lateen into
court ye3 erdiy al in coon and ar
raigned for trul. Ail pleaded
guilty ar.d were trnteneed b?
Judge Smith as follows: Johu Scbmid',
forgery, one year, U nhold Bera. lar
ceny, three years; George Donm lly, lar
ceny, one yt ar; George Blair ard Jroes
Cone, burltry, i.ne year'eech. A nolle
pros was entered in tru other it d ctment
against Joha Bc'amil'.. Sentence was
withheld in the case of John Uttser and
Emma Pocesler, indic'td for adultery
The court is engaged today ia hearing
the case in assumpsit of James Kcleher
vs. Matthias chnell, bjfore a jury com
posed of E A. Scribner, Robert Cramp
ton, H. D. Dimxk. Robert H. Hill, J. R.
Newton, James Dills, L'ncoln Bar'on,
Oito Lage, John Wacbcer, Ci'.nv n Don
ahoo, Elwdid Adrian and A. Marshall.
E D. Sweeney nnd William McEniry
r. present tae pUiniiS and Jade Ira O
Wiikinson and Willi irn J icksoa tte (Je
fendanf. Police Points.
Ab tip-town lad took a ptir of gloyts
from Su&'sen's livery stable this morn.'ng
and was later pi-, kid ti' by tt;e police.
He give bis name as Willie G!pp and
will probably have a bearing tonight.
Frank Bjrnej wasruii in bv tbe polhe
yesterday for arraying h'm clf in a noisy
jig Hu ai taken is.f ire bis honor,
Magi3taate Wiviil, w in a-ifessed Liui S3
and costs for disorderly runduc.
Sneak thieve? carriid (IT ar-ckfrom
ia front of D Hy" Bro,'. sloo s ore about
6 o'clock last tvet itig containing several
pairs of shoes end lubbers. Tbe theft
was discov-red sh rily after and upnn sn
investigation the r ick was found in the
alliy near by. Some -.f the fcboes und
a rubber were fi uod ou Third avenue and
tbe thieves were trasked to Davenport
aid tbe palice there notified. Nothing
htis yet been beard of them. .
Several policemea with the assistance
of George Green an ! the pa'.rol wagon
tnidi a f;reat ct'ch down town yetcrd iy
afteinooa. A ci' z-n of the went end whs
welkinp; nloDg Third ftveDUO. whun a
woman to whom he was iwltfbtoil, met
bim and aecuseil him of oir,g her, s iy
iu1; that be h;id r.ibbf;i tcr of S3. A boy
heard it ant toll man; that man told
another man, ami in a few m:::uu-s the
unlucky individual was g.-lng down
cross t!,e railiotd tr ks on F.rst av, nue
pursued by pcvtril ee!f sppo.r.t-'ii t;uar
dians of tte pu'dic pa'e. ile w?s li ivliy
ovi rhauleil by G;?org Green, who at the
piint of a coupling j in, ordered hirn to
threw up bis baud Tbe police arr.vrd
Bhor'ly niter and tiie citizen was l-k"n
up and coafrouii d by the snsry wnr.r,
who ihen ixplained th:it he mertly i.jeni
h?r 1(3, and He was then released and m1-lo-vcdto
pursue the even tenor of his
McCabe Si Young's minstrel organiza
tion appears at Harper's theatre to
night. Tbe attraction is W. A. MahirVs
original McCabe & Toang's minstrels and
has specially engaged the famous Gill
Gary, the only male impersonator of Gar
mencita and Liie Fu.ler, at tbe enormous
salary of $100 per week, who will appear
in the graceful serpentine dance. His
costumes are most appropriate and beau
tiful. Rhea's play of "Josephine" is pos
sessed of a double advantage. First, lU
dramatic persor a; are all familiar, moat
of them inspiring, figures in bistort; and
second, the treatment of it is such that
the spectator seee a series of impressive
aud beautiful and eloquent object lessons
that illustrate some of the great events of
a memorable epoch an epoch that has
excited tbe amazement ani roused the
imagination of mankind. Most Ameri
can playgoers are aware that tbe Jose
phine of Mile. R"iea is a touching and
womanly address to the heart. Sae ia in
lively sympathy with the character, and
her in,terpretatian of it is fine in texture
and persuasively sincere in tone More
over, she wears her imperial robes with
the grand manner that warrants tbe ob
servation that Rhea, more than any
other player before the public, adorns
her adornment. Mile. Khea will present
this great play at Harper's theatre on
Rock Island. Jan. 10. Editor ahgcb:
Referring to the action of the Tn-ciity
Labor congress at its Sunday meeting ia
appointing a committee to confer with
the Rock Island Brewing company to
seek the "reinstatement of the men who
were thrown out of employment by the
combine," we desire to state tha there
has been apparentlv a great misapprehen
sion of tbe effect of the consolidation of
the Rock Island brewing interests as re
gards the men .employed heretofore by
the different brewing establishments now
comprising this company. As a result of
the consolidation the working forces
heretofore employed by each of tbe
breweries have not been reduced in a
single instance. The same number of
men are employed in the aggregate as
heretofore. Nobody has bean thrown
out of employment. We have made
provision for the employment of all the
men of the three breweries, and none ot
the men .need give themselves any con
cern on that score as long as they prove
themselves as worthy as tbey have here
tofore. , Rock Island Brewing Co.
Robbbt Waonkb, Pres.
BASE BALL MEETING.
Delegates go to Chicago The Sentiment
that we Should have More of the Game,
There was a meeting or the stock I old.,
era of the Rw.k Ts'and-Moline Btt.e Ball
astociati n at the rooms of the Citizens'
Improvement association lait tveniu, at
which the advietbility of rtorganiz ng
and putting a team in the field for the
co mi eg season was talked over. The
pn vailing sentiment fecmed to be that
the Twin Cities should have a r all team
again this season, and that it thould be
in the strongest league that is thj one
with the best and most economical cir
cuit. Delegates Sent to Chicago.
Director Fred Wo'.tmann was chosen as
a delegate ti attend the annual meeting
at Chicago today, Harry O'Day
also gaiag aa a delegate. As there tre
two meetings in Chicago today, it was
decided that both should be at ended in
order to see which would be preferable.
The affairs of last year were gone over,
and the association from all rt ports is
not in Buch a bad condition as might have
been expected. Another meiing wiil
probably occur within a few days.
Results of the Kleetions in Roc k Island
This is the dty set by lnw fjr the elec
tion of office's cf ihe natioial banking
hoi ses. Tat r suit of Stt3h election in
Hock I?lan 1 is at foil, w-:
Koek Island National.
Prei.lnt T.J Robinson.
Vice President J II Wilson.
'astj.er J F Rohiusoi.
1). rectors T.J.U iijson, J. R Wils .
P ifr Fries, F.Weyerhaueser E D 8tc
ney.J VI Montgomery C L Wik?r, J. F.
President Joseph RitenuV.d.
Vice Pres'd nt Fred Bass
CashierCtrl II llpn-t;!!.
Directors F C A D.inkmarn. Peter
Frief, Frederick Hs, I Hu!-er. J.eph
Riiecfield, Mayer Rsen9eld, F. Wey
ethaeuer, C. Jpeide', George Wsner,
Ueury Wolmianr., L llatms.
Sad and Sudden.
Bruce 51. Srii.lir, the wdl known
bookkeeper at ihe li n k I,!ami Savings
bir.k. died at his home in L"na, 111 , on
Saturday evening of typhoid fevtr, aged
21 years. Tne young man w,.s well
known in this city, hnving come Ltre
tbr.'e years ago, t.nl arcep'td a positi -n
in the ir surinee c fflr;i: of J. M.Ei.ford,
afterward toing wi;h Mr. Bifoid to tbe
pavings bm'i, where be has einco h. Id
the position of b kl:eeper. H"5 wei:
hone at Christmas to V'sii lirs pirents.
ws taken down with the dread fever
am) died at the tim.; stuteil. lie was
young mau of tXemplnry halj:t, courte
ous a-ii o')ligi;ig. and drin.; his a ay
hire h d madd in-in; friends, wno will
be grieve. I to le irn of his untia.ely de
miae. Ilia funeral occurs ut Lena to
morrow. Kverta Commandery Klection.
The annual election of officers of
Everts Commandery, No. 18. Knights
Templar, took place last evening, wiih
the following resuli:
Eminent Commander S. J.Keator.
Gen'l F.C Denkmann.
C.G. D J.Sears.
Prelate J F.Robinson.
J -W. George McKissick.
Iieo. R C.Willerton.
St B L.F.CraJle.
S B. E.H.Ash.
C G George Foster.
Member Board of Control William
-Trustees- F.O.Denkmann.E H. Ash, J.F.
Licberknecht, M, M. Briggs and E Cump
on. . ' , ' "'
Foms B:rnge tisaomeri.
Much of the Russia leather comes from Con
necticut, Bordeaux wine from California, I tali in
marble from Kentucky, Frvnch lace from Ntw
York, and Spanish n ackerel from the New Jer
sey eoast. Br Tierce's Golden Med cal Discov
ery comes from Buffalo, N. Y., but there is noth
ing in its name to critic'se for it is tru'y golden
In value, as thousands gladly testify. Con
sumption is averted by its use, and it has
wrought many positive cares. It corrects torpid
liver and kidneys, purifies the blood, banishes
dyspepsia and scrofula, renews the lease of l:fe,
and tones np tbe rystem as noiLb k e'.se will do.
What is more, it is guarantee! to do all thl, or
the p ice is refunded.
pieces to select from; who pay
4o cents to SI for that which
yon can get at 10c at
C. C. Tav!o-'s
1717 Second Avenue.
SALE OF MUSLIN
Good) based on a purchase pries ot the Raw cotton at ejeents a pound.
Now worth 10 and 10 cents per pound. We were fully warned that an ad
vance on all cotton fabrics must soon take place. The continued reports ot
tbe Short cotton rroo being repjated again and again. We foresaw that thia
great advance was coming and began planning large purchases at old price
until our basements were ciowded, until every available corner was full, untit
our shelves groaned beneath their burdens. This was in the early falL
Monday morning we placed on sale the entire accumulation of these yirr
chases. The fo lowing ere a few cf tbe low priass wlrch will prevail during this letting owl
3 bales brown muslin fu'l yd wide .'..... 3s
2 bales brown mnshn full vd wide, heavier quality 4i
2 bales brown muslin full yd wide, still heavier 5 c
Pepp'-rell R Sue brown 4 4 yd wide 6c
4"5-incb brown Perpertll pillow csing 9 c
46 inch hle irhed Pepperell pillow casing 10 3
2 cats 8 4 (2 yds wide) sheeting l?c
2 cases 9-4 (2J da wiJ ) sheeting. 143
Lonsdale nmsiin, bleacbed 7Jc
Fruit of the Loom muslin, bleached , 8 c
Yoa knorr they will be hig! er. Way nerd oi ra!t and hesitate? All prices Ei-
ji-ct to change any day without notice.
OX VONDAY a m W3 opened up 20 dozen plain and red border cocoa door eiate
hi 25 : a piece and will continue them until sold.
ON TUESDAY all day (remember for nee day only) all of our best table oi! cloths wiJi
be sold at 12: a tard. This will include everything, plain, white marbled,
word, eh.-cka am', all colors, for one dy at 12 '.. ' Cme and bring the fate
lly and spend the day as you will God lots of omtr bargains whie.h will intcf-
Don't forget lo apk to Fee our half price cloak and j icktl table. The greakst cloak:
sale ever insuguritcd ii the West, is now in full blast, with 800 garments
stil fef t to select from.
MOO ABE BROS.,
1720, 1722, and 1724 Second avc
-13 THE PLACE
i be Largest and bet-t Line of Ladies and Men's Slip
pers ever shown in the three cities. We hand'e no
1818 Second ave., Harper House Block.
Think of It.
Over half a million peopi die every
year in the United States from Lung and
Throat diseases, which always start from
a Cold or Caugh . Tf you are suffering
from any of tbe above diseases try this
remarkable Cough Syrup, and you will
use no other afterward. We have hun
dreds of testimonials from those bentfl
ted by it.
25 AND 50 CT8 A BOTTLE. SAMPLE BOT
TLES 10 CTS.
Ask your druggist for Dr. McKann's
Irisn Cough Syrup. Take no other I One
trial is all that is necessary to convince
you. Sent to any address by express on
receipt of price. Made only by tbe pro
We have this week received an impor
tation of French white china for decora
tion. ALBUMS Our line of Albums is
ahead of anything we haye
had in the past in style, and
lower in pries. The new
shapes are very desirable.
BIBLE3 We have a lare line of
the celebrated Hulman fam
ily bibles: Also bis self
pronouncing teacher's edi
tion. Call and examine these
and our Oxford and Bagster
FRAMES We are this year a? hereto
fore making a special feature
of our framing department
and prices much lower: J
Geo. H. Kingsbury,
17031705 Second Ave., Rock Island. Telephone 1216.
402 Fifteenth street, Moline.
TO BUY YOUr?.
Paxto.h III , Nv. 6, 1892. T. E.
Thomas, Rock Island" Dear Sir Please
find enclosed postal'note for two boxec
our ondetf al Judney and liver pilla.
Tbe pilLa that, I got from you before did
me so much good that. J can say they arc
the best I ever used, having cleared
away the gravel that I was troubled
with. I have recommended them to my
friends. Yours ytry truly,
Paxton, Ford Co., IB,
These Wonderful Pills are made aad
Bold at 25 cents per bottle by
H. THOMAS, Druggist
Horses, dolls, shoefl es. games,
f-leds. drums, toilet cases, jewel bcxee.
shaving cases, manicures,
Smokirg Be s. Albums.
Jointed Dolls, Kid Dol's,
Uitque Dolls, Rubber Doils.
Irou Toys Tin Toys,
Wood Toys. Pewter Toys,
Stlad Dishes, Silver Ware.
nd all fmcv goods in an endless vsiietj