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TIIE AlUiUS. THURSDAY, APKIL, 20, 1893.
ity Morrcll Institutes,
iAT.viBNT for .na
o Soreness or the Arm,
ms guaranteed if patient will follow instruc
Literature on the subject will be sent on ap-
OGATION F OFFICES:
Moline, Uu Davenport, Iow,
Post Office Block. Hibernian Building
We have just received a
:w shipment of these very
vnsn snoes, anu we gucii
itee the price and quality.
5 Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
Ice cream at Krell & Math's.
. Trio lode, 57, A. F. & A. M., will
meet tonight for work in the second
B. W. Aiken of Lansing, la., is in
the city visiting a few days with
For sale A saloon stock and lix
tnres. Apply at First:, avenue and
We have just received an elegant
and tine line of chocolates and hand
made creams. Krell & Math.
Buford post 243, Ci. A. K., will
give an entertainment at the post
headquarters Mondav evening, April
Wanted A driver good position
and wages for the right man. Apply
to (Joorge lick, 1236 Thirty-eight
1 he Home liuihling anil ijoan as-
ociation at its meeting on l uesuav
night made loans aggregating $1, 000
at 25 per cent.
The Tri-Citv Advertising Improve-
ment league meets at the Harper this
evening." A full attendance of all
citizens is desired.
(ieor;e K. Heed, who has been seri
ously ill with typliont lever ai .t.
Anthony's hospital, has passed the
lanirer period and is now raimllv re
covering, as his many friends will he
pleased to know.
Whv do vour own haking when you
give a party or reception? Krell &
Math can make any knnl of cake or
astry to order, and as they use only
he hot material in their bakery.
you are sure to get every tiling or
dered of them of the iinest.
The Home Mission circle of the
tirst M. K. ehureli will rive an en
tertainment Friday evening, April
21st at H o'clock, in the Sunday school
room. The programme will consist
of a shadow pantomime, vocal and
instrumental music. Admission 10
cents. Ice cream and cake served
after the program, all are invited.
Mavor W. C. Bennett has assumed
the reins of power in Moline. The
salary of the policemen in that citv
has been increased to $60 per month
and it lias been decided to add two
more patrolmen to the force. The
mayor, however, has not yet appoint-
on nis ponce lorce ior me eiiMiiiifi
year, K. L. Eastman has again been
a pointed poor master.
You looking for
in and Summer Footwear?
All our newest and latest novelties in
Gentlemen's wear are now in stock.
hers, Russia Leathers,
brds, in all colors.
hern Ties, Kangaroo and Calf.
ou will find that we have the above goods
In all widths, A A to E,
In all sizes, 5 to 11.
pncl ami Harrison Sts., Davenport.
1803 Second Avenue.
mmm restored Jis
li - t OMfuf tooarro. opii.k t.. Btltuuianta w
lCa. Sim ' Hn ani lii.anlty. - ut np convenient I
Iutuic-- aire by mttl!:ti t.ir?, Wltu every orr
l t n r-, . . -it . . , u . il i iLK PllCTl VeaK iil PTTIOTT
1 . " . - , - - I . LI ... 1 w, Kiahl). Umlil
rL.ICD (KHin IffSU IU 1 1 1 II l U. 11' rn.UBiu-
ti carry In vaet pocket. SJ1 per pack
n Rock Island by Hsrtz & Ullmeyer, 3d At and 20th street
NeveuJIVr Cent eveu I'rr C-iit Seven I'er
We have for stile a nice line of first
iortgax's on Illinois, Nebraska and
oiith Dakota farms secured on land
vorill irom iwo 10 in e nines me
imount of loan, which we will sell if
aki-n at once so that they will net
uc iiicmoi i t i i-i-iit i ii it-i i-si .
Jacksux t llrusr.
Attorneys at Law.
Masonic Temple lUock.
Robert Mantell's engagement at
Harper's theatre in his new play
A lit" rate in i. in- . . -
ses to be one of the most successful
of the season. Mr. Mantell is a fav
orite well established in this city and
he counts his local admirers by the
thousands, and anything now he
may offer for their consideration is
a matter of great interest. Y e are
informed that his new play wnicn
will receive its first production in
this city next Monday evening ai-
fords the great emotional actor op
portunities that were never dreamed
of by witnesses of the plavs in
which he has been seen dur
n"- previous engagements. New
York and Boston crowded their lar
gest theatres to applaud Mr. Man
tell, and he comes to this city with
new laurels, added prestige and with
a drama that has the reputation of
being one of the most consistent and
cst constructed dramas oi recent
lavs. Every characteristic of Mr.
Mantell is said to be displayed in its
full force. In his delineation of tne
dual characters of the "Face in the
Moonlight", one character repre
sents the low groveling heartless,
selfish creature who lives only for
himself, and cares nothing for any-
milv save himself, while the foil is
that of an olejjant gentleman of leis
ure, ample means, high minded and
ne whose temperament rests on a
high plane of mentality. Mr. Man-
tell's success in this play is so strong
and distinct that people do not hesi
tate to pronounce it !y far the iiest
thing he has ever gtven tue puoiie
md when that is said, it is us "less
to attempt to describe the quality of
the entertainment. The costumes
and accessories are said to be ini
tially handsome, and the company
is one calculated in every wav to re
flect credit upon the judgment of a
tar, who docs not at any time make
lis business engagements with a
view of calling attention to his own
merits at the expense of those sur
rounding him. We are informed by
the management of that well round
ed and perfectly harmonious perfor
mance of one of the most interesting
productions of this dramatic season
will be seen tomorrow evening.
of medicinal agents is gradually rel
egating the old time herbs, pills,
draughts anil vegetable extracts to
the rear ami bringing into general
use the pleasant anil effective liquid
laxative. Syrup of Figs. To get the
true remedy see that it is manutac
tnred by the California Fig Syrup
Co., only. For sale by all leading
Strong Uunlu of a Kanlt.
A strimtr riKMii in a bank is an apart
ment irpoii the construction of which
a good deal of care and ingenuity are
expended. It is dcs:irneI to give se
curity against fire, thieves and fall
ing buildings. On the outside are
firebricks, iu the inside a lining of
steel half a:i inch in thickness, and
between the two are IS inches of
solid concrete in which the iron ribs
of the structure are imltedded. The
door is of great thickness, but that is
not its most rimarkable feature,
The most ingenious cracksman would
bo luckv if he uiscovered witiim a
week the twists and turns by which
it is made to svithdraw its numerous
and heavy bolts.
Then the making of the keys would
nrolwblv ensruge his attention anoth
, , i 1 1 i -.ii
er weeK. jor wouiu ims oe an.
When he got the door opened, he
would have a no less dimcult task m
getting bevond the ponderous steel
liars wmcii torm an aouiiiunui iu
, T - 1 112.
ner. liut ueioro ne accompusneu uns
electric liells would have announced
hi presence, and ere ho was aware
of his danger he would wish that he
batl not attempted so foolisn an ex
. t ,,v ti,p in tlip faco : Mr liamo is 'Misrht
l, boon !
t mrr, ni.n cuilod 'No-more,' -Too-la'.e,' 'Fare-
The noot wto wrote .lie above, ranf t hive been
In the lust stages of coiiBumption FerbarB he
i .i lnrTiRit- for the llrtt time, that if he had
taken Pr. Pierce's Golden Mecicjl d scovery in
his earlier Illness, lie would never I nve reacnea
m nnrnt lionelese condition! What can be
more sad than a keen realization of hat "might
k...t.i.n. tow ailmit that cjriScmptmn is
i 1 op.nf ill t in tha blood attackit'S the lurg
tissues. It is never sare to aiiow iae unu w
im n. n lit is egnecially reckless, when
each a pleasant, harmless remedy as Pr. Fierce s
Golden Medical Discovery wiuanre ncr,
of scrofula or Impurity from the system, canting
a cunt of he hy, rejuvenating blood to leap
through the veins.
Pnh ITinda of ICS.
. - -
1U ilUUllluu w i .
of pure channel ice, the Rock Island
Ice companv has arranged to supply
the trade with artificial ice where
such is wanted. This ice is manu
factured in Davenport from artesian
water and after Apri 1 the Rock
Tti,i T. rmT5iiiv will be prepared
to furnish it as the exclusive agency
in Rock Island. There win ue very
i:..t., .KiTiimnrp in nricc the artificial
tlfcLAV Mill i
article a trifle higher. Telephone
Fits All fits stopped free by Dr
vMa not Verve Restorer. .No
1VI I 111. 17 v..."
fir .ftr tiio first day's use. Marvel
ous cures. Treaise'and 2 trial boU
ii. r-.. -n ftr oiiiiPt. Send to Dr
11C W '
31 Arch street. Philadelphia,
Pn For sale bv all drnfreiste; call
Ii,us are jioor swimmers, their tore leg
being set closely niuler them, and when
tlu-v fall into water they very cfttn cut
their thraats with the sharp points of their
The Red Men's Knovldge
of the Laws of Health.
Turkish. and "Rammi" llatK orCIvni
zation KnoTrn to tne Imlijtn. IXnw
They Io It, A LeSR.m From Nature
which the M'ise will I.eeil lilekapuo
Indian Sugwa a Grnnu tUmnljr.
I.NPIAX9 TAKIKO VAPOB BaTTIS.
In ttiU way an Indian t&kes m "Turkl!)" or a
MKuKlitii'T buth; Tliey Cfg m hole In llie earth.
In whlclt thev lav stones, and upon which they
tmlM a tire. lieatiiiR the stones to a red heat; titer
then carefully remove the coals; cutting a num
ber r-f naplinirs tliey stick one end in the ground,
bend them over and place the other end alo In
the protiud, ttiee extend over the hot stones la
the Uaie of a lmif loop. Over these poles or
hoops the Indian piace skins of animals or
blankets. If tne Kussiau or vapor bain is de
sired, they then throw water upon the hot rocks,
thus peneratlnj; steam. Those de;rlnir the vapor
tmth crawl underneath. After the pores of the
skin are opened and thev profusely perspire they
crawl out and another tudian dashes buckets of
cold water over tuuui. or tbey plunge Into a near
by stream. Thev are then rubbed thoroughly
with Klekapoo Indian Oil. and are given copious
drafts of Klckipoo Indian S.vrtra." after which
they roll up in blankets and have a sound sleep.
Who can teach the Indians anything
ahont health? His own physique answers
for his snpcrlor knowledge.
His preparations of roots, barks and
herbs, now given to the world for the first
time In the Kickapoo Indian Iiemedles are
unequalled by any discoveries ot the med
ical world of the whites.
When yon feel twinges of pain In your
Joints, look out, a slight cold might devel
op Rheumatic Fever. If you have pains In
your back or sides your liver Is congested
or your kidneys are not performing their
work and poison is gathering In your body.
Exposure to cold or contagious disease
would be fatal to you.
I'iniples, blotches, and other humors in
dicate that the poison Is working In your
blood. Ton feel languid, heavy, dull; yon
awake In the morning unrested. He ware I
Drive these symptoms away at once I
Take Kickapoo Indian Sagwa. It will
cleanse your system, heat your diseased
organs, purify and enrich the blood, and
dr;ve every taint of poison from your body.
Then you will feel strong, bright, alert
and active as the Indian does.
Kickapoo Indian Sairwa is composed of
aature's remedies, gathered anil prepared
by nature's children, who depend not upon
book knowledge for their cures, but upon
the leaves, the flowers, the roots anil the
herbs that are placed in the eurth bv an
all-wise Providence for the benefit of every
Why, look at the animals!
If your horse lacks bts accu -turned vigor
you are taught to turn him out to pasture.
Tou do so. The horse gets well.
Because there grows In everv field the
tender leaves of some mediclnu! plant
which Instinct tells the animals to eat, and
does for the poor old uore precisely whnt
some other, or perhaps the same plant wiil
do for a human being. Ke&toresthe wasted
energies 1 Henews the lost strength! Ke
vlves the drooping spirits.
Kickapoo Indian Sagwa.
SoUt by MI DruggiMts and Ueaiert.
$1.00 par Bottlt, 6 Botlei for $50.
That is the general appearance of things at
house cleaning time. When you get straigh
tened around you will perhaps find room for an
Odd piece of Parlor Furniture,
Fancy Upholstered Rocker,
Sideboard, Dining Table, Chairs,
or something else in the line of Furniture.
We have a large assortment to select from.
IN C ArtPETS we are- sowin some new anc
Brussells, Tapestry, Ingrain, Hemp and R3g
Carpets, Oil Cloths, iWattings, Rugs and Mats.
Don't Forget the Baby
it would enjoy a ride in one of our elegant
Baby Garriages; over 50, styles to select
from, all beauties.
Just received a car load of Refrigerators and Ice..
Chests, all s'.yles and sizes.
Gasoline Stoves, Cook Stoves,
Ranges, Kitchen Furniture of all kinds.
Dinner, Tea and Toilet Sets.
OHAS. A. MECK
322 Brady Street, Davenport, Iowa.
JjgPUphol tiering of all kinds to order.
Faihrs rriovatrd on short noiice.
ustain Home Industry
Calling for Rock Island
Brewing Co., Beer.
Bock Beer, the Best Made, .
On Tap everywhere.
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success
ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, L
Huber's City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's
Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's
Bottling Works, has one of the most complete
Brewing establishments including Bottling de
partment in the country. The product is the
very best. Beer is bottled at the brewery and
delivered to any part of the tri-cities, and may
be ordered direct from the head offices on Mo
line avenue by Telephone.
J. T. DIXON?
And Dealer jn Aen's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
INCOKI'OKATED ISDEK TIIE STATE LAW.
- Rock h land Savings Bank,
Rock Island, III.
Open dai'.T Irom 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., and Saturday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock.
Fivj per cent Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal col
lateral or Real Estate security,
V. L. XITCHELL, Pres t. F. CMXKSKJIASN, Vice Prtst. J. M . BCFOBD, Cashlei.
P. L. Mitchell, F. C. Denkirann. John Cmbaogn. Phil Mitchell, H.P. Hall, L. Simon.
E. W. Buret, J. M. Buford, John oik.
JaCKSOM & liCBST. Solicitors.
Fegm D isinees July 8, 189 J, and otcu? the southeast comer of M.tctaell Lynde's new Urtlo in