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entneniled hy f,1tf fastened to silts put In the breast the Indians dance and throw all their i
Up must UO We worn cn stjuaw, uj .sHM-iate- limy liu ' squaws.
The "irocK-B-A-YrM, or Tqrtt-re Pance.
K he stands the test -without oomplaint'or sifrn of suffering, he is cut down and consid
!!! a "brave." Hi wounds ore then dressed with Indian Oil and Kickapoo Indian
!ve. cnuinf them to quickly heal. He also takes copious draughts of Kickapoo Indian
.-.hcwh to aimv me it- ci mm revive i sirciiiu, nou uius avoiuti.scnous consequences.
i Torture. I
Dyspeptics suffer more horrible tor
ture than the red men with all their
savage rites and customs ever conceived.
The Frightful Tangs 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,
Palpitaion 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
pcing to happen; Dread, Misery, Despair. Finally in a fit of des
pondency, a Shot ora Tlunge into the river, and another suicide is mourned.
Nature in its boundless mercy has put in our way for the stomach's res
toration to healthy condition a remedy employed by the Indians, and
knc-Mi to them as "Sagwa," resorted to by them not only for the cure but
for the trcventwn of such troubles. This medicine is widely known as
$The Grandest Remedy for Tortured Humanity!
;KICKAP00 INDIAN SAGWA!
T Xature's Compound, made hy nature's ehildren. From Roots. Barks. Leaves and Flowers '
V o tneir ovjn gathering. Only genuine Indian Stomach and Blood Remedy Made and Sold in America. (
t AH Druggists and Medicine Dealers. $1.00 Per Bottle, Six for $5.
V Kii-l-apoo Jmhan Oil. (For fains) 2,- its. I Kvkapoo Indian Worm Killer, 2X Cents,
j Kirkapoo Indian Sal re, (For Cuts J i'o Cts. Kickapoo Indian Cough Cure, 60 Cents.
A KICKAPOO INDIAN MEDICINE CO., HEALY & BIGE10W, AGENTS, NEW HAVEN, CONN.
the; moline w.xGon,
The Moline Wat on Co.,
fcanulacttirtrs of FARM, SPRIKG AND FREIGHT WAGONS
fu'.i and cornplet. Hue of Platform and other Sprirg W aeons, especially aaaptea to it
xH'tr i rade. rf enper:or workmanshln and flnleh illnstrntcd lncc List free on
iiicat'or. See the MOLINK WAtiUN before Dnrchasing
ating and Ventilating Fngineers.
Gas and Steam Fitting,
& complete lin of Tips, Brass floods, Packii.'tf iio.
Fire Brick, Etc. i'argeet :irui mbt quiid
tetablishront wwr ot Cbi-asf. x
'. vis niAJist. Molise, HI.
1 l'j. 1 14 West Seventeenth st.
Telophonv 114. KockIe
eirtfti;ce Te'-nferf ' !-
p.HLRSCrapSir ! PROTECT YOUR EYES I
SPE CTAC I-E S i,
MR. H. HIRSCHBERG,
The well-known trptician of C29 Olive Si
(S. E. cor. 7ibanrt Olive), 8t. Louis. ha
I.rointedT. il. Thomases agent for bif
ee!ebra!ed Diamond Spectacles and Bye
glares, and aleo for 1 i Diamond Isbn
C hanijealile t-pectacl;i and Eyeglaea cf .
The iriopfee ure tl:c rreutcl inventloi
ever made in ppectaclea. Hy a prcpo:
conptrartion of me LeLS a person pur
chasing a pair of these Kon-CbanpoabW
6 laafer never haft to chant e these claerci
from Ifce eyes, and every" pair purchaeed
1 pnaranteed. ao that if they ever leave
the eyer (no matter how or reratcbed the
l.enn e are) they will fnrnieh the party
Vfith a new pntr of clasvee free of chance.
Ti H. THOMAS ha? a full assortment
and invites all to satisfy themselves
of the Treat snperioriu of these Glasses
over any and all others now in use to call
and examine the same atT.H. '1'nomw .
dr legist and optician, Koca Island
No 'Peddlers SavpUod.
B. F. BeG-ESAB,
Contractor einci 3iailcier,
OEcc Mid Shop Corner BcTenteentb St. . . Tr i t i
ad Seventh Avenus, ; ' JtvOCk islant
iJ' kinds of carpenter work a epeclalty . TUns ana entltnatoa f cr all kiruU of bnildicn
fnmlahon ob applicaOon. .
Mra. Calliper Telia the Colonel boat am
"Jason," said Mrs. Calliper to her
husband as they sat at dinner, "when
I was coming back from Cometville
the other day, after my visit to Mrs.
Gratebar, the train boy went through
the cars as usual with papers, maga
zines and candy, and when he was
making the trip with the candy he
threw a package in the lap of a little
pirl who was sitting with her mother.
I hey were nice-looking people, but it
seemed to mo somehow as though thev
were very poor; I imagined that sh
was a widow and that she had to look
out now for every penny. Well, the
little girl picked up the candv package
and looked at it all over and read what
it said on it, and finally she said to her
"Mamma, can't I have this candy?'
"And her mother said, softlv:
"No, dearie. I wish vou could, but
mamma can't snare the mouev.'
"The little girl didn't say a word
more. IShe just held the package and
kept it ready to hand to the train boy
when he should come along. It was
plain that merely to hold it was a
"Sitting in lhe next seat back of the
mother and her child was a woman
who couldn't help hearing what had
been said. tSho had of course kept
quiet, but when she saw the little girl
sitting there holding the candy she
couldn't keep stiil any longer, and she
leaned iorwaru anl saul:
"Madam. I don't wih to intrude,
but it would afford rae groat pleasure
if you would permit mo to buy the
canuv f.ir tiic little rrirl.
'Of course this jvas an intrusion.
Jason, but the mother couldn't fail to
realize from lhe woman's voice and
manner the spirit in which the offer
was mack-, and I am glad to say that
sue accepted jt with a sr.nle and a
pleasant ! thank yon;' anil the little
girl looked up, smiling, anil said, 'bo
do I.' And so yon sec, Jason, the lit
tle girl got the candv after all.
"Yes. Cvnthia." said Col. Calliper.
"and I think I could guess who the
woman was that gave it to her."
"Hell," said Mrs. Calliper, "don't
guess." a. X. Nttn.
A FRUITFUL INQUIRY.
How Mrs. Cleveland Won the OM I.ndy'I
An amusing little incident occurred
last autumn illustrative of the heroine
worship Mrs. Grover Cleveland is fa
mous for inspiring even among mem
bers oi her own sex, savs Voquc. Some
time previous to the election a large
and semi-public reception was ten
dered the president-elect. His attract
ive wife was also present, with the
bright smile and hearty hand-grasp
mat never Tail to accomplish their per
fect work. She had greeted hundreds
of guests, when some one observed
among those waitinjr recojrnition a
little old country woman whose ex
pression was one of suppressed excite
ment. The rural visitor had evidently
no acquaintances in the croup where
she stood. But she chatted in a collo
quial fashion to those near her, and
every now and then raised herself on
tip-toe to catch a glimpse of Mrs.
Cleveland, only to sink back on her
heels each time with the exclamation:
"Ain't she lovely?" Finally her turn
for presentation came. She was pushed
forward, and as one of the reception
committee murmured "Mrs. So-and-
so," Mrs. Cleveland gave the old lady's
hand a friendly squeeze, looked sym
pathetically into the tired face and
varied the conventional "So glad to
know you," by asking how she was.
"Not a bit well, dear not a bit
well." remarked the elderly person
blocking the way. "I was pretty smart
all last winter, but I've got the mean
est liver in America and it do cive me
a sight of trouble. I've tried doctors
and I've tried yarbs, I've walked and
I've set still, yet no matter how I do,
it acts contrary. Now if you could
recommend " but by this time the
pressure of the crowd had become so
great that the kindly committeeman
was forced to hurry to Mrs. Cleve
land's rescue and gently but lirmly im
pel the loquacious visitor forward.
"I declare to gracious!" exclaimed
the old lady, in tremulous tones ad
dressing those about her as she wiped
her eyes and pulled herself together.
"I'd hearn tell 6he was thoughtful and
I knowed she was sweet, but it do
beat my times to think of trances
Cleveland in all that crowd remem
berin' to inquire for my liver."
A saloon license at Merced, Cal., ia
$12,0 ) $3,0JJ a quarter, payable in
Notice is bereby given that on Tuesday, the
fourth day of April A. D., 1393, in the city of
Rock Island, an election will be bcld for the fol
lowing efflcers, to-wit:
One Vayor for two years.
One City Clerk for two years
One City Attorney for two years.
One City Treasurer for two years.
One Police Magistrate for four yrs.
One Aidcrman in tbe Fir?t ward for two rears.
One Alderman in the iSecond ward for two
une .&iacrman m me intra war J for two
One Alderman in tne rourtn ward for two
une Alderman in me iruia ward for two
une Ainerinan in inc pixm ward for two
Lnc aiuenuui ic me rcvcnm ward for two
Two Assistant Supervisors for two years.
One Assessor for one year.
One Collector for one year.
Two Justices of tbe Peace for four years.
Three Constables for f nr years.
Every legal elector at Bach election mav also
vote "for a 8-mtll tax for a public boepita." or
"airninHt a 3-mill tax for a public nosp tul"
Which election will be open at 7 o'clock in the
mominr and continue open until 5 o'clock in t h
afternoon of that day.
Places of registration and votlDg will be 'as fol
First wara Known as the irankhn Hose
Second ward anonn as the Phoenix Hose
1 bird ward Known as tne Wideawake Bosa
Fourth ward Known as tbe Dimick Liverv
Fifth ward-Known as tne Firth Ward Hose
Sixth ward Known as the Cable Hose
beventh ward Known as tne Gilpin Hose
City and Town Clerk.
Dated this 4lh day of March. A. D.lflee.
There were tell-tale furrows in the
powder that besprinkled her cheek.
She had been weeping, beyond the
6hadow of a doubt. She shivered and
grew sick at heart when the chap for
whoso footsteps she had been listening
all the evening rushed impetuously
forward and kissed her hand. "How
angelic " He pressed his lips
fervently upon her lliird knuckle.
" in you to send fur me." She
6miled sadly. "Yes." she murmured,
in a voice heavy with emotion, "I have
decided to revoke my refusal. I will
marry you." An ethereal joy trans
figured his countenance. "Oh, hvaven
" It was the grateful cry of a
happy soul. " be praised."" With
streaming eyes he gathered her yield
ing form to his breast. "And dl'l 3-nu
iind." he warmly demanded, "that vou
loved me after til;?" ".No " It was
as if an arrow hml pierced his heart.
" but I fiii; lind'tiiat I couldn't get
your eng.igcnient ring !T my tinker,
do what 1 w..ui i, n ud I was ieft with
only one aiiernativc." Iktroil
A hash -f seraml'led eggs, red pep
pers. an. 1 iu
garded a.s a
Kiv;i eiiiNKiun'i's is now re
jreat brm-i-r in the fasbion-
(:. i'i a JiccurU.
'Two Scuis with but a Eirgle Thought."
As they sat side by tide, they sighed. "Oh,
my idol," he.said and then idled. "Dear Luke,"'
sa d she, as she looked, "I will wed iboc if thoa
wilt," and he wilted, Tt;c honeymoon passed in
an excess of joy. Exos in eating- rich food
brings inUgestion. sick headache, and frequent
attacks of dizziness . Dr. Tierce's ricaant Pel
lets cure all these. They are tiny, sugar
coated, anil eisy to swallow. No other prepar
ation compares with them as a Liver Til!. They
are guaranteed, an done is adiso.
You have noticed
that some houses always seem to need
repainting ; they look dingy, rusted,
faded. Others always look bright,
clean, fresh. The owner of the first
"economizes" with "cheap" mixed
paints, etc.; the second paints with
The first spends three times as much
for paint in five years, and his build
ings never look as well.
Almost everybody knows that good
paint can only be had by using strictly
pure White Lead. The difficulty is
lack of care in selecting it. The fol
lowing brands are strictly pure White
Lead, "Old Dutch" process; they are
standard and well known established
by the test of years :
"Southern" "Red Seal"
" Collier " " Shipman"
For any color (other than white) tint
the Strictly Pure White Lead with
National Lead Company's Pure White
Lead Tinting Colors, and you will have
the best paint that it is possible to put
on a building.
For sale by the most reliable dealers in
If you are eoing to paint, it will pay you
to send to us Tor 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 Brosdwsy, Xcw York,
Ut and Fifteenth Street.
T. H THOMAS.
fO. X 3 to 6 DAY8.X AS
TCtAH aSOLUTB CURE I FORV , X
Af C3ANp Of Yg
I S)f WILL NOT CAU8E. Ml
I ST I STRICTURE. AbxFORjl
irGl B a Q NO PAIN. NO STA.- I
C;-nral Chemical Co, I
T H. THOMAS So'.p Aeent
If tmnhlnt with r:nnnFri.n.l
ileet. Whites, Kpermutorrhceal
r anv unnatural diKrliiirr-.aKVi
r.'r rirnirrlRt for littla
Lk O. H cures in a few dava
i:!i oiiiii.-'nidor yublfcily 0 a
rrtor. Non-roisonotn and
cr.nrkiiforl not to Ftrirt'lre.
r f nlvrrxal Anurisi Cure.
f ' T? n - - . 1
V CINCINNATI, O.
John Volk & Co.,
Manufacture re of
Door Blinds, fSidin, Flooring,
sad al! rinds of wood worir for oollriers.
Biahteento ml oet. Third and fourth ave.
Castoria is Dn Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless suhstitnto
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
feverishuess. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething1 troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the 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 or its
good effect upon their children."
Dr. G. C. Oscoop,
Castoria is the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. 1 hope the day is not
far distant when mothers will consider the real
interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead or the various quack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby Bending
them to premature graves.'"
Da. J. F. KlNCBCLOE,
" Castoria is so well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior to any prescriptior
kuown to me.1
H. A. Archer, 51. D.,
Uj So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y
" Our physicians in the children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
and although we only have amoug onr
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won U3 to look with
favor upon it."
United nosrrr.it, and Di8PEsiitT,
AfXSN C. Suitd, Pres.,
The Centaur Company, TT Murr ay Street, New York City.
Try our brand of SMOKED MEATS.
H. Treman fc Sons,
All telephone orders promptly filled. Telephone Ne. 1103. 1700 Third Aw.
First-class Hotel and Restaurarr, Market Square,
back of Thomas' drugstore.
LUNCH COUNTER IN CONNECTION.
CSfGood Rooms by day or nighr.
WM. GLASS, Proprietor.
SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds oi Carpenter Work Done.
General Jobbing done on abort notice and satisfaction guaranteed.
Oliwkjii Show 781 Twelfth Street- ROCS ISLA5D
Manufacturer of all klrds or
BOOTS AND HBOES
Gent's Pino Shoes s t pecialiy. Kenatrinir done neatly and promptly.
A share of your patronage respectfully .c.iciud.
1618 Second Ayenuo. Rock Island, III
R . Hudson. m. J. Pakkkk.
HUDSON & PARKER,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
A.U kinds of Carpentering promptly attended to. Estimate
furnished when desired.
Shop cor. First ave. ard Seventeenth at. Rock Island.
Opera IKEo sjlsso 'Saloon
GEORGE SCU.t?t.ll. Proprietor.
1801 Second Avenue, Corner of Siztcuntb Street, - Cppctite Har er Tbeatre.
The choicest Wine. Liquors. Beer snd Cigars always on Hand
Free Lunch Every Dav
-.nc!wiehe r'trelj ulor abort Notice.
City 'Bus and Express Line
Telephone Rock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or -xpresp
wagon and yon will receive prompt attention.
TIM3ER LAKE & SPENCER, Props.
C J. W. SCHREINER,
Contractor and Builder,
1121 1123 rsurth arenas. Residence 1119 renrtb. avenue.
K", 'WMlVdTnVRL,5hOT'c,M!0 w?'. wnt for Wilier'. Patents.
din Blinds, something new, stylish and desirable. u.uib
i spectrally solicit a reasonaoits wisfe j-
fTkc Christy "Onro" slid CkrirCy "WansV