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ndiaos' Self Torture.
i rope fastened to yflts rut in the breast, the Indians dunce and throw all thrlr i
.tTXT'ir-i ' J L Any sura of cuflerliiB or weakness condemn him to be a "squaw,-' and ;
l-Iii "r",,; ' Work "! "sijuaw," aud associate only with "squaws.-' ' 4
i-w: to I
"T7i ,.. la the trt without compiiunt or nifrra i ruiieriujr, c- is cui n mm i-ui-'
' Hi woun.W ure then dressed -with Inriiun Oil anil Kickapoo indiiin
rV" 11 ,,Li.r them to nuifkl v heal. He also takes copious tlniuchts of Kickapoo Indian
UlllllV till" li'VIT llim rei; "i -
Dyspeptics stiller more horrible tor
ture than the red men with all their
savage rites and customs ever conceived.
The Frightful Pangs of Indigestion,
the Horrid Nightmares, the Nervous
Apprehension and Dread which a Dis
ordered Stomach Produces, has no
parallel in savage life.
That Tight Feeling about the Chest,
Talpitaion of the Heart, Shortness of
Breath, Headache, that Gnawing in the
Pit of the Stomach, and Feeling at
Times as if a Stone was Wedged There,
that Fear as if ' something awful" was
-. '.nz i happen; Dread, Misery, Despair, l inally in a ht ot des-noiiJl'tH-,
a hot or a Tlunge into the river, and another suicide is mourned.
1 Nature in its boundless mercy has put in our way for the stomach's res
cr.nion to healthy condition a remedy employed by the Indians, and
k-ov.n to them as '"Sagwa," resorted to by them not only for the cure but
for il-c treventiorz of such troubles. This medicine is widely known as
$The Grandest Remedy for Tortured Humanityj
'KICKAPOO INDIAN SAGWA!
l Torture, t
r --iure's Com found, made fr nature's children. From Roots. Sorts. Leaves and Flowers )
0 .v 'their o-n gathering. Only "genuine Indian Stomach and Blood Remedy Made and Sold in America,
t a'i DruK'.t and Medicine Dealers. $1.00 Per Bottle, Six for $5.
i-.Wiipn f ''" ( , pirr rin) 2,7 Cts. I Kickapoo Indian Worm Killer, 2n Cents.
ii. lai.x Indian ball . jror CutgJ 3 Cts. Kickapoo Indian Cough Cure, SO Cents.
irwpn0 INDIAN Htuiv,,,- rn HFALV i BIGELOW. AGENTS. NEW HAVEN. CONN.
M link, Ills.
The Moline Wapn Co.,
hni and Ventilating Tngineers
Gai and Steam Fitting,
8AMTARY PLUMBING. .
c.ompiHie line ol Tipe, Braes Ocode, t-ackiiii iio.-t.
Fire Brick4 Etc. Lirprest r.:i b-ei qv.i;v-o
establishment west f (Uii--a .
Di-vis hiius.ii jBioline. Hi
1 1H. 1 14 West SevuiiTeentli .i.
Teif.pt.oni- I 14. Kocilslec
,HlK.SCHar.Rsf r PROTECT YOUR EYES
-S1! CHANGE ABU j HIRSCHBERG,
bPE CTAC LE S i!
Experience on a Lofty Flateav
in the Pyrenees.
Kanulactnrers o! FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
!: nr:i complem unt- of I'latforca anc ouer Spring Wajont, oepccmiiy aisaptoo to u
. i t- radt', r f uj.cr:or workn:tiifhti and Cnlhh ilinnrnltci i rire List free on
. i ilrat'oi . SeethcMOLISS V.'Alift before nnrchasmi;
MR. H. HIRSCHBERG,
The well-known irptician of 629 Olive Si
(N. E. cor. Tin and Olive). St. Louie, hat
W'intcd T. II. Thomas-an at:eiit for bit
celebrated Dianionu SiM-ctaclt? and Eye
plawcs, acd airo for Lis liiarcoud Nod
Cbanpeable Jn:ctflckB and Eyef.'laHtre .
1 he eiactet ate tl.c jrreatent iuventioi
ever made in fi'ecTacieK. Hy a prc;e
conMrurtiou of tiie Leu a person pur
chaiir a pair of thee Non-ChamreabU
Oinarep nevtT bac to change tbue iafet
from the eyes, and every pair vorchaced
1h pt::iranti id, io that if they ever iesve
thecyer (no matter how or scratched the
Lrnsesure) they will furnish the perty
wi ' h a new pair of t laeneg free of charge .
T. II. THOMAS bata full aseortmt nt
and ir.vitef ail to aatUfy themfeivee
of the preat pnperioritv or thee Glaf ei
over any and all others now in use to call
and examine the name at T.U. Tiiomax ,
druKRitst and optician. Koc Island
No feddlen Snopliod.
B. F. DeG-iiiiLH,
Contractor and Ouiilcier,
j ...... 1. 1.
Office and Hhop Corner tiventeenth tSk
Jt3d ST0!itli Avenue,
V& Ml klndp of carpenter work a specialty . Tlans ana eFtlraaie for all hlr.rt of bcildinv.i
famiahe i on application.
Tedestrians less hungry than Hector
France and his friend might have been
intimidated by the forbidding aspect
of a man whom they found sitting in
front of his solitary house on a lofty
plateau in the Pyrenees, says a French
exchange. With Castilian gravity and
reserve he showed no surprise at see
ing them and refused to sell or give
them food and lodging. His wife
joined him and said that if the strang
ers did not stay to talk, but went right
on, they would reach an inn before
Uut this Spanish reserve was not so
impenetrable as it seemed, as the
travelers soon discovered. They saw,
too. that some degree of indifference
might rationally be expected of persons
who could cheerfully live so remote
fror.i the world.
"Here we are, and here we shall
stay," said my friend Martiniere. "Do
vou nlwavs treat passersb3- in this
"Passershy? There are none. Where
should tliey'go? To Kstolia. There is
a road thither. Except for the moun
tain priests no oi;e l.as p.-isscd here
since the two Frenchmen four 3-ears
But that v?.s I!' cried Martiniere.
"I and an English friend. We stopped
here to cook our game. IK you not
remember me, seuora?"
The seuora examined his face and
exclaimed: "Truly, it is he!"
Then they drew us into the house.
The ln!i:;iii! look oil our knapsacks,
the se:..r:i hastened to get slipper and
the ehi '. t ! !! came smilingly out of the
corners v.1 here the had liiuuen. ine.
bread, milk, ejfgs, garlic, ureserves.
oinor.s.iui ves.c ervuiui" ;l liev uau.tnev
olTered us, and they wi.-iu'd to kill a
chkkeu to make a soup, and also to
make an omelet.
An old ligure in dilapidated clothes
a man about 76 years obi appeared
at. the door. The children ran to meet
hici. "Father," they cried, "here are
"It is the priest." said our hostess.
"Ah, Frenchmen!" said the old man.
"I knew some Frenchmen in the time
of Louis Philippe, lie was a good
man. 1 havo heard that he is dead."
"Yes, he has been dead a long
"And the emperor?" asked the
"Which emperor arc yon speaking of
Napoleon I. or Napoleon III.?" 1 re
plied. The good man stared in amazement.
Theu ho said: "I do not care to talk
politics. 1 know nothing about
He had never seen the railway, had
hardly of late years been down to the
village below, but forty years before he
had visited Kome.and he advised us to
"What do you do here, father? we
"Oh, I have my mass, my rosary, my
garden and njy bees. You must come
and see my bees," he said.
"And what does the government pay
"Sixty douros (about $65) a year."
"Ah, then you must save a good
deal!" The sarcasm passed UDper
ceived. "No, I spend it all," he answered, in
nocently. "I pay for my board with
these good people, and what is left I
give the children."
Our boldest bridrre jumpers were
outdone by a Sam Patch of the middle
tUa Aiutmn Lnirvlit. Hirrns.who
i " - , .
survived a leap from the top of a cliff
to the vallev of the Zohoppan river, a
vertical distance of 400 feet.
There is a woman in Kansas who la
not only supporting her husband, he
being too busy with pontics to work.
but who is also paymg.in 1 list aliments,
the bill for his iirst wile's funeral.
Curious l.-.xli Customs of Kiji.
The Fijians believe that in case a
marriageable youth or maiden dies
wit lion:. i:iiu iiosie tlirouli with the
elaio! ate miiii i::l kiiot-lyin ceremony
of the islands bis or her sotii is doomed
to wander .iinviil forever in :u; inler
liiedia'e rei -u between' heaven and
hell. Wiien any imi" die.;, man. wo
man or ehi; I. -.viiaSe's ti;.;tii is placed
in the i d! the ei;-j.se, the missile
to bi thrown at the Ire-.; whieii stands
as :i ji km t-i i-iii-i i. ut i li road
thai iea-:s i lieaien aiiti the one that
i.;au to i.e.1.
Epitaphv is a dcmoral ziugkii d of taffy. ' It ap
pears on the tombstin?, and eulogizes the deid
almost to the veryt-tirs. The usual method of
beji-ming is "Here lies." Ver7 eag-cstive.for
the 11? are frequently quite aonUn'mg -almost
enough so to bcth a nusu and a naze the dead of
whom they are written. A truthful epitaph, in
many instances, would 1 e: "Here lica one who
omitted to take Dr. Pieret's Gi'rlca Medical Dis
covery." If sl: and suffering;, and dreading pre
mature dcnt'i, ten the potent remedy. It euros
all chronic liver, b ocd snd lung diseases, as bil-ioui-nees,
sktn and s-a'p diseases, ecrofulons
eores and swe!l:n's, sr.ltrheum, tetter, erysipe'as
aadeven tcr ifuli of the l.ins (or consumption)
if tnkeii in time .
Boots white lead
would have no
sale did it not
afford makers a larger profit than
Strictly Pure White Lead.
The wise man is never persuaded to
buy paint that is said to be "just as
good " or " better " than
The largest pumping plant, in the
United Stales is tli.it in a mine at Iron
Mountain, Mich. It. pumps 4,0JJ,0D3
gallons in twenty-four hours.
Rev. II. H. Fairall, D. D.. editor of
the Iowa Methodist, says editorially.
'We have tested the merits of Ely's
Cream Balm, and believe that, by a
thorough course of treatment, it will
cure almost evcrv case of catarrh
Ministers, as a class, are afflicted
with head and throat troubles, and
catarrh seems more prevalent than
ever. We cannot recommend Ely's
Cream Balm too highly."
I used Ely's Cream Balm for dry
catarrh. It proved a cure. B. F. M.
Kot!ee is hereby given that on Tuesday, the
fourth day of April A. D., 1893, in the city of
Kock Island, an e'.ection will be held for the fol
lowing nfliccrs, to-wit:
One Mayor for two years.
One City Clerk for two years
One City Attorney for two years.
One Citv Treasurer for two years.
One Police Magistrate for four yrs.
One Alderman in the Fnt ward for two cara.
One AMcrman in the St coed ward for two
Alderman In the Third ward for two
Alderman In the Fourth ward for two
Alderman In the Fifth ward for two
AHerman in the Sixth ward for two
Aldennin in the Seventh ward for two
Two Assistant Supervisors for two years.
One Assessor for one year.
One Collector for one year.
Two Justices of the Peace for four years.
Three Constables for f .mr years.
Every legal elector at such election raav also
vote "for a 2-mill tax for a public bospita," or
"aHains't a S-mill tx for a public hosp'tai"
Which election will be open at 7 o'clock in the
morning and continue open until 5 o'clock in the
af ternoon of that. day.
Places of reg lEtrat ion iind voting will be as fol
First ward Known as the Franklin Hose
Second ward Known as tho Phoenix Dose
1 hird ward Known as the Wideawake Hose
Fourth ward Known as the Dimick Livery
Fifth ward- Known ae the Fifth Ward Hose
Sixth ward Known as the Cable Hose
Seventh ward Known as the Gilpin Uoee
City and Town Clerk.
Dated this 4th day ot March, A. J. 1896.
The market is flooded with spurious
white leads. The following analyses,
made Dy eminent cnemtsis, oi iwo oi
these misleading brands show ' the
exact proportion of genuine white lead
they contain :
"Standard Lead Co. Strictly Pure White
Lead. St. Louis."
Siaterials Proportions Analyzed by
Barytes 59.36 per cent. Kcgis Chauvcnct
OxiileofZinc 84.18 per cent. & Bro.,
White Lead C.40 per cent. ist. Louis.
Less than 7 per cent, white lead.
Pacific Warranted Pure A White Lead.
Materials Proportions Analyzed by
Rnlnhntcnf T-nd 4.18 per cent. Ledoux & Co.,
Oxide of Zinc 45.04 per cent, Kcw Vork.
Barytes 5o.CS per cent.
No white lead in it.
You can avoid bogus lead by pur
chasing any cf the following brands.
They are manufactured by the ' Old
Dutch" process, and are the standards:
" Southern" " Red Seal "
" Collier " " Shipman"
For sale by the most reliable dealers to
F If you are going to paint, t will py y"
to send to us for a book containing informa
tion that may save you many a dollar; it will
only cost you a postal card to do so.
NATIONAL LEAD CO.,
1 Broadwsy, New York.
State and Fifteenth Streets.
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee- is tiiirty years use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys "Worms and allays
feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates tho stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
"Castoria is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
good effect upon their children."
Do. G. C. Osgood,
Castoria is the best remedy for children cf
which I tm acquainted. I hope the day is cot
fa.- distant when mothers vrfll coasiJcr the real
iuteretl of their children, and use Castoria iu
Etead oi the variousquack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrap and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
them to premature graves."
Dr. J. F. Kinciieloe,
" Castoria i?, so well adapted to children that
I rcommcn.l it as superior to any prescripticr
known to cm."
II. A. Arcdf.k, M. D.,
Hi So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T.
" Our Fhysieia,ns iu tho children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outside practice wiih Castoria,
and although we only havo amoi. ovr
medical supplies what is known as reuir
products, yet vre ere free to confess that tha
merits of Castoria has won us to look wiU
favor uKn it."
United ITospitai. isd Dispensary:,
Allen C Sinm, JYcs.,
The Centaur Company, TZ Murray Street, Now York City.
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. ta.b Blook Opposite Harper House:
SEIVERS & ANDER80N,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds ol Carpenter Work Done.
General Jobbing done on short notice and satisiacUon guaranteed.
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A. BLi ACKH ALiLi ,
Manufacturer of ail kiccs oi
BOOTS ANI sBOt:
Gent's Pine Shoes a ppccialty. IJenlrinr dona tcatly and premttly.
A share of yonr patronage respectfully scici:cd.
1618 Second Arena. Rock Island. IU
R Hudson M. J. Parkkb
HUDSON & PARKER,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
A.U kinds cf Carpentering promptly attended to. Estimate
furbished when desired.
Shop cor. First ave ard Seventeenth at. Rock Island.
GEORGE SCH -..U, Proprietor
1801 Second Avenue, Corner of Sixteenth Stseet. - Ojitcpiie llarj.er TLeatrc.
The choicest Wine. Liauors. Beer yptf Cigars always on Hand
Free l.unch Ever? Day ' ndwlches FnrT,t ':! on si on 'otieo.
City 'Bus and Express l,ine
Telephone Rock Island or Harper Hotels for 'hue or exprew
wngon and you will receive prompt attention.
7 IM3EKLAKE ft SPENCEH, Props.
C. J. W. SCHREBNER,
Contractor and Builder,
1121 1123 Feurth avenue. Eesidence 1119 Faorth ayenue.
Plans and rpeeiflcations furnlehed on all classes o work; also agent for Willer'a PateuLinst
"dine BlindP, something new, stylish and desirable.
ROCK ISLAND HX