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THE AllGUB, THUliSDAT, t) UNE 4, 1891
Too lon j
deluded the unhappy victim cf
catarrh in the head. lie's been
0;j that it can't bo cared. Don't
vou behevo it. It can be, and it
kne matter how bad or of ho-v
oriir standing. It has been doco
oMhousands bv Dr. Sage's Ca
tarrh Remedy. "Other so-called
remedies may palliate for a time ;
this ares for all time. By its mild,
foothinsr, cleansing and healing
properties, it conquers the wont
f3es. Its makers offer, in gocd
fiith, a reward of $500 for a case
of catarrh -which they cannot cure.
T!n v are ablo to pay it. Are yci
Me' to take it ? v
T!:e fymptoms of catarrh are,
headache, obstruction of nose, dis
charges faliing into throat, some
times profuse, watery, and acrid, at
othtrs, thick, tenacious, mucous,
parulent. bloody, putrid and offen
sive; eyes weak, ringing in ears,
deafness; offensive breath; emell
and taste impaired, and general
duilitr. Only a few of these
svniptoms likely to be present at
once. Thousands of cases tercii
r..ite i:i Consumption aad end in the
crave, without ever Laving mani
fested a;l those symptoms. Ir.
Sage' Remedy cures the worst
esses. 00 ceuts, by druggists.
i-..:;vvte: th the geography crwacoiiMiitniu omm
- UUSU INFORMATION FROM A STUSY OF THIS MAP 0- THE
CM&io, Bock Islani & Pacific Ry.;
Fe ..rla. L slle, Jl .to, Rock IsUnd.'tn ILLIS
iwrapon, jimcaiin Ottumwa, Oka!oosa.
K-jUvs. Wlntcrvt. Audubon, Harlan and Cc
f. :T9. in IOWA : Mmueanoln nd st ...i i. -
TA: M'TA: WarerT..TTn n, Sim-T p.m. i- t -
ai2frcn, St. Jo?i h and Kansas Ciry. In SIISSO
C'i.iha, Lincoln, Fiurturr as J Nelson, in 2" EBRA
At.L:in. Lmvenwurth, Horton, Tnptks. Hutch)
Beilerille, Abilene. Dodc ritr r.M.
KANSAS : KinrnutT, El Reno and Min'co, In IK:
"-''"i:i : ix-nver. Colorado Spnnss and Pi
i- OjLi iRADO Traverws new area of rich fai
..-. azmg uan. Ulirdicgthe best facllitiej of
' u.a.uaication to all tow-ni and clUes east and
r .i:l;est and outhirt of Chicago and to Tflcifi
west, : and
ESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS
t': '''! ail orarx'titors In splendor of equirrwrat,
I'tv-M-n CHICAGO and DE3 MOINES. COCVCIL
F.LfFrs and OMAHA, and between CHICAGO and
VE? ort,oaAr SPRINGS and PUEBLO, via
I.A.SA- CITV aad TOPEKA and via ST. JO? Em.
r.::-U:u Iar Coarhos, FP.EE RECLINING C3AIR
A!: an Palace Simmers, wUh Dining Car S. rvice.
iv connectiona at I nver and Colorado Spring i with
.'crri'n railway lines, tow forming tie ne"r and
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTE
t'rer whirh ioprbIy-quipped trains mn da'lv
TKiloUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to and froia Salt
Late City, Ogden and San F-nclsco. THE ROCK
INLAND ! also the Direct anir Favorite Line to and
t: m Manitou. Pike's Peak and all other aanitary and
r-nic resort and cities and mining districts In Co orada.
DAILY FAST EXPRESS TRAMS
Tnm St Joseph and Kansas City to and from .U lm
pr rtant towns, cities and sections in Southern Ne' .raska,
Kansas and the Indian Territory. Also via AI BERT
LEA EOCTE from Kansas City and Chicago to Water
town. Sioux Falls, MINNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL.
fM-nectiong for all points north and northwest t-tween
t.e laks and the Pacific Coast
Tor Tickets. Maps, Folders, or desired Information
i ;ly to any Coupon Ticket Office in th United State
or CauaJa, or address
E. ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN,
Gezil Manager, GenTTkt.4Pasa.Ast,
i OF m
WILL bo under the supervision of the
Burllnsrton, Cedar Rspid9 es Northern
Rail-way. W. J. MORRISON. Manager, and
vriu be open for the reception of quests
J une 1 5th in each year. Visitors wrUl find
la first-class in all of its appointments,
bein supplied with pas, hot and cold
water baths, electric bells and all modern
Improvements, .steam laundry, billiard
halls, bowling alley, etc., and positively
tree from annoyance by mosquito i.
ROUND-TRIP EXCURSION TICKETS
trill be placed on sale at the com: nen ce
ment of tourist season by the Burl.neTton,
Cedar Rapids & Northern Railway and
all of its connecting lines at low rates to
the following1 points: Spirit Lake Iowa;
Watervtlle, Minneapolis, St. Paul and
Lake Mlnnetcnka. Minnesota; Lcke Su
perior points; Yellowstone Park and
Pqfhts in Colorado.
Vrtte for "A Midsummer Paradise" to
tfe General Ticket and Passenger Agent.
Mjiar Rapids. Iowa; for hotel rites to
yi J. MORRISON. Manaerer, Spirit Lake.
C t. IVES. I. E. HlNKEGA .
Ie t mi Qtml tafX esl tkt aad r as's Mtat
A NOVEL IDEA.
To Care Diphtheria by IncaUtlnB the
Patient for Erysipelas.
Not the least startling among modern
methods in medicine is the recently pro
posed one of treating diphtheria by inocu
lating the patient for erysipelas. Accord
ing to The Repertoire de Pharmacie. a phy
sician who was attending a case of grave
diphtheria, occurring in hisown son. noted
the appearance of erysipelas on the face
coincidental with a rapid change for
the better. The ferer rapidly fell, the false
membrane disappeared, and cure rapidly
took place Thishysician. Dr. Babchinski,
is credited with the statement iu another
journal that in several other cases he noted
a great improvement coincident with the
appearance of erysipelas, and in one of
them the erysipelas occurred on the leg,
and not on the face. These facts suggested
to Dr Babchinski the idea of inoculating
diphtheria cases with blood taken from
patients suffering from erysipelas, and he
states that in several cases in which he em
ployed this procedure cure resulted. Later
on he practiced inoculation of other cases
of diphtheria with cultures of the microlw
of ervsinelas in n i r. ... ,. ki :
ticeci the disappearance of the symptoms
4""cn;i. ne runner adds that w hen
the inoculations were made all special
t reatment w; suspended, and in no case
did the erysywlas present any sufficient
gravity to caase uneasiness. He concludes
by stating that rf his okservations and ex
periences are confirmed this treatment
should rob diphtheria of all its dangers.
Hot or Col.I Application.
When in certain painful affections the
physician advises the use of cold applica
tions, and. if the effect from them is not
pleasing, then that ht should be tried the
patient is likely to consider it rather an
uncertain sort of treatment, of doubtful
value either way. It is, indeed, rather a
curious thing that heat aud cold can often
be used interchangeably with like effects,
txtreme heat will destroy the skin, and
extreme cold will do the same. Xow, head
ache is sometimes relieved by hot applica
tions, and yet in some instances it aggra
vates the trouble. Iu case of the latter,
oftentimes the cold applications will effect
a cure As a general rule a throbbing
headache, with tenderness and soreness of
the scalp, can best be relieved by hot appli
cations. Whereas, whtn the head feels full
and "bursting," if cold 1? applied to the
head and heat to the neck and spine the
effect is most agreeable.
The Effects of Overwork.
The Lancet, commenting upon the effects
of mental overwork, declares that "over
work, both mental and bodily, is at once
the most ceneral ami the least regarded
form of illness to which we are subject in
the present ase." We do not pay sufficient
attention to the two great essentials of
timely rest and wholesome diet. The
Mgnsof overwork are easily recoiniized.
They are want of appetite and inability to
sleep. Unfortunately, however, we are
not always in a position to act upon the
warning afforded by this simple test.
The Baby' Thumb in Mischief.
How many mothers realize that when
baby is allowed to quiet herself by sucking
her thurul) it usually results in the upper
teeth protruding in a very ugly way If
the two middle fingers are her comfort,
then the lower teeth force themselves out.
It never seems to dawn upon the infant
mind that this delight is' not unalloyed,
but surely the pretty maid will blame yo
when she realizes what altered the shape
of her mouth from a dainty rosebud into a
deformity, for in extreme cases it really be
Simple Method of Removing a Needle.
Dr. Charles Steele describes in The Brit
ish Medical Journal the method success
fully used by him in t he case of a young
girl who had a needle in her heel. The
needle was liroken and could not be ex
tracted. He therefore directed her to wear
a large thick corn plaster around the spot,
with a little wet cotton wool in the center,
and to tread freely on the heel. Within a
week afterward the needle protruded and
was easily withdrawn.
One Should Show a Gentle IIoxplLality to
the Thoughts of Another.
A distinguished conversationist 'of the
past was wont to say that the secret of be
ing agreeable in conversation was to be
hospitable to the ideas of others. He af
firmed that some people only half listened
to you, because they were considering,
even while you spoke, with what wealth of
wit, with what fine words they should re
ply, and they began to speak almost before
your sentence had died from your lips.
Those people, he said, might le brilliant,
witty, dazzling, but they could never be
agreeable. You do not love to talk to
them. You feel that they are impatient
for their tnrn to come, and that they have
no hospitality toward yourthoughts none
of that gentle friendliness that asks your
idea in and makes much of it.
The Graceful Way to Do It.
The manner in which a woman leaves
and enters her vehicle is advanced by some
writer as a test of whether she was born in
the purple, or at least accustomed to car
riage life. This authority says: "She
should have one foot out and firmly set
upon the carriage step before she relin
quishes the sitting posture; then the body
should follow easily and naturally. Noth
ing is more awkward than to see a woman
thrust her head forth first, and then find
herself forced to double herself up to ac
complish the rest of the exit. Watch one
who knows how to gracefully sink her
weight from one foot to the other almost
without losing a perfectly perpendicular
position, securing instantly a walking poise
as she touches the ground, and the differ
ence of her method and that of another
who lands very nearly In a tumble on the
sidewalk will be discernible.
Wanted A cook at 3015 Fifth avenue.
dis026 iCC &t Krdl & Math's: tr a
Wanted At once, chambermaid and
laundry ghl at Harper house.
Wanted A German girl for genersl
housework call or address "A. Z" Ar
Window curtains special wash, for
two weeks, at People's laundry - 75 cents
The Crown dining room serves a better
meal for 25 cents than any other place
in the city.
Milk shake, lemonade and all other
temperance drinks at Krell & Math's:
when thirsty stop in.
Vanilla and chocolate ice cream and
orange ice at Krell & Math's; stop when
passing and try a dish.
Try our orange ice and then pass your
opinion on it. We make it extra rich
and fine, using nothing but the fruit
juice. Krell & Math's ice cream parlor.
J. J. Lerch, the well known painter,
paper hanger, grainer, kalsominer, etc ,
is prepared to do all kinds of work in his
line in first class manner. Shop No.
309 Eighteenth street.
In almost every neishborhood there is
some one or more persons whose lives
have bten saved by Chamberlain's colic,
cholera and diarrhoea remedy, or who
have been cured of chronic diarrhoea by
it. Such persons take special pleasure
in recommendioi; the remedy to cthf-rs
The praise that follows the introduction
snd use makes it very popular. 25 and
50 cent Lotties for sale by Hartz & Bahn
My catarrh was very bad. For 30
years I have been troubled with it have
tried a number of remedies without re
lief. A drucgist advised Ely's Cream
Balm. I have used only one bottle and
I can say I feel like a new ma. I made
this voluntary statement that oihers may
know of the Balm. J W. Mathewson.
(Lawver.) Pawtucket. R. I.
For Sale, Rent, Exchange and Miscel
laneous wants inserted one day at lc
per word; three days at He per word
and one week at He per worcL
"Situations wanted' and local "Help"
wants not exceeding three lines in
sert?d one week in the DAILY ARGUS
For ESNT Hone of eleven rooms: gocd
well and ctcteru. 2109 Fifth avenue.
ASTKD-Sitnation as tcuckeerer; call it
St James hotel.
WANTED Travelinp men ; tjlary ; referenrcs.
25 Times building. Chicago. l
WANTED A strong boy about IS cr 20 years
old at No. 600 Fourth avenue; Germau pre
'ANTED A s.tnation as book keeper or
clerk : address C. 31 this office. 2:1
WANTED A position as clerk In
clothing or gents' furnishing store.
i luis omce.
WANTED Men for nice business; Kood ry:
permanent poeitioa; address Oiler A Van
Dorn, Kock Island. Ss-iw
TI7ANTED-A st-oag, healthy good looktr s bo
VI to adopt: age 11 yem: would hks to place
him in a small iainily ; call at St. James hotel. 4
WANTK O lady to travel : no can vas sine : sal
ary f40 per month and expenses; call at room
4" Whittaker Builaing, Davnport. 4-6t
WANTKO-Active yoarg man to ma' aze branch
effl-e; salary $'.! per yea: mist furnish
"od reference ana $-'J.Vi cah capital: room 47,
Wfcittaker Building. Davenport. 6t
EN WANTED ia'arv and expenses; per
manent Place : annlv at once, lluow N Bros.
Nurserymen, Chicago. 14
MONEY TO LOAN On charel rcortgajres,
watches, diamouds, jewelry, and all articles
of value. J. W. Jones, ltil4 Second avenue. S-tf
WANTED Two or three pood men to repre
sent onr well known bouse for town and city
trade ; local and traveling. $1U0 and expenses
per month to the right man. Apply quick, stat
ing ace. L. L. Mat & Co. Nurserymen, Florists
uia Seedsmen. St. Paul, Minn.
(This house is responsible.
Fiieze and Oiling
We have arranged with the 1 es". Paper Hangers
and Painters in the city to take charge of our work.
Satisfactory results can be relied on.
R. CRAilPTON & CO.
-HAS INVENTED A-
- which does its work iu a thorough manner.
rjyit thoroughly purifies the air and removes
alfoonoxioas smells. For sale at imil Koebler'a
. Prick. 50 Cbhts Pkh Bottle.
We have just
lWe invite everybody
CARSE & CO., have just what you want in a
comfortable, shapely, durable and cheap shoe.
lmnartx a hrtlltant cra&irvnr to the skin. R
I move all pimples, fn-ckle anJ Jir-eolorattona. Tot
sale by au nit-cis amirvn'w ormauea lor oo cu.
in ttcmpe by
VALELTINE'S t&"Sff rtSu
cfunnr rtr them in nilrowl servloe,
SCHOOL Ui Bend for elrenUre.
1 CI TCDIDUV tVALEvrrsB bros..
received the first shipment of
S a A (PS
-FOR THE EARLY-
Spring season of
to call and examine them.
The Pioneer Clothier and Hatter,
115 and 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT, IA.
THE SEASON FOR
AND LOW SHOES.
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenne.
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our new stock of
1622 Second Avenue