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rut; AltUUS. S -TUKDAY, DEUEAiliEll 17. 181)2.
Of Medi;al Practice .Are the
THOSE CURES ABE PERMANENT.
The Capacity r the Offices of the Stack,
k oue Medical Institute Fully Tested by
Throngs or the Afflleted-Kpeclal U
Rate of 9li m Month for All Fatten ts and
All Diseases Vnttl After the Holidays.
Winn Dr. StackhotiBe and bis associ
ites opened ibe 8tackboue Medical In
stitute in Davenport, it was with a fixed
determination to extend throughout Iowa
ind Illinois tbe high reputation previous
!j gained in eastern states.
The specialists cme here firmly re
solved 'o repeat in tbe west iheir suc
cesses of ho east.
T!.c found an appreciative public in
the residents of eastern Ioa and wes;eru
Illinois. Tby found people fully alivi
to tt e fact that tlie mnJtrtt m thoils of
mi'iiirnl practice are the successful
bvi-ry day tbe full capacity of thi- of-g..-es
i-f tbe institute has been t-f tt d by
llirnnyhof ffl t d persons impot ent for
!he benefits lliey w e to derive from the
jtt-niaiic. sueccsful StHCkuou-e treat.
m-H, tkilifuily administered by tbe
Tl'i ir cures are permanent. Path-nts
imr-uiiri; a toursu of treatment to ibe er li
art- rhtu.isaeil completely and luorouhly
Tlie special low rates announced 1-ts".
week prevail only durint the few rttY6
riciHironi; ir. 1803 AH pati'-nu and a i
riijeasrs fntil January 1st wil. receiv'"
co'mintat the uniform am! murium
chars:' oi 5 per month. Medicines are
furnirhed .ree. Ever Lihcn uder
trihtnjetil lefore ihe first da- of Jnnur.
aill be t muled to all services, ntidi;inen
and treatment at $5 per month un'il
IT IS GOOD PROOF.
Whru Prominent Physicians Make Favor,,
Tyrm' Vrvt Press.
Among the many prominent ewe
treated and cured by Dr. Siackbouse
and hiB associates was that of Dr. Gmdo
Jicohs.of No. 248 Grogh an street (now
Monroe avenue), Detroit, Mich. During
bis medical preparations Dr. J cobs
'tidied at and received diplomas from
tbe universities at Jena, Halle and Ber
In 1S41 he completed his medical stud'
iei. Shortly after this Dr. Jacobs was
appointed by the Prussian government as
curgi on to the. Stx-h Ublan cavalry, and
he held this very responsible position
with this rejriruent and the Fifth Uhlan
rnTalrv for 17 years
He then came to America, shortly be
fnre tlie liret-ktnR out of tbe civil wr
At tbe commencement of hostilities Dr.
Jscobii was appointed sorceon of the
Tenth New York cavalry, and wag in ac
live service before Richmond, at Tork
tt, Petersburg, etc.
Shortly after the close of the civil war,
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Dr. Jacobs locked at S Detroit.' Mich .
where he ' ecarne on.? of the heat known
nd most successful rhoi-iciar-s. Oe h-.s
poystcian. a member of tbe
board of health, and ha. filled other posi
wuo iour in div proressioB.
Dli QTJIDO JACOBS.
During the month of Jan'iarv thisvear.
Dr. Jacobs was attacked by a malady
which i.ppeared to dfy medical skill
His rase Ixc'imc so critical that in the
early days of Fob uary the following
iit-m, appears in the lryening News of Dj
"Dr G'lido Jaco is, one of the heat
known German p'.ysicians of the city,
has byen reported as fatally ill. His
physician. V: . i)ut1i )d, reports him as
resunii enS'ier, hut si. II in a critical con
Sii ce that day nr thinr Appean d in the
daily paiers concert i it ? Dr Jacobs, but
reporter desirous of !eirninir the em: of
this case, last weik called upon D:
Jacobs, who without hesitati tn said: "1
was indoed very ick. I was first at-
laeked bv vi d -.at pain in tLe
head V at were a!m st unbearable. I was
feverish, and I was Kreatly distressed tor
ft;ar that gon" bra n trouMd would re
sult. The piin in 1 1 back of my neck
and sense of fudn-irStnd oppressiveness
in my fori he i1 wen- of suob a nature as
to at first justify my fears But gradually
o h r syaip.orus appeared which put a
DfW hgnt on the c ;r.e.
"I bet;an to he a: nr)V' d by a constant
dryness in my throav I couihe3 a erea'
deal. My throat b. cam sore and thero
was an annoying hurtling and itching in
ray nose. I feltgl'my BDd deepoudnt.
My sleep wn distirhed. My appetite
f illed me and my stomach became de
ranged. I became dizzy and absent
minded- Mucus dropped in my throat
and it was hard to rem ve, for it was
very ropy and sticky
"After these symptoms appeared I de
cided that my trouble waa catarrh of the
head and stomacb.
Knowing that my case was oneroquir-
innjthe skilled attention of specialists and
eine aware oi trie ptanninc; or ur u
Siackhouse and his associates, and their
success in such cases, I immediately
placed my case in tneir hands
"The result of the treatment was to
abate the pain in my head, neck and
throat The cough I had is gone. The
vnnatnral dryness ii my throat and the
itching and burning in my nose are gone
My appetite is good. I am no lon:er
d'ezy or absent mttded my digestion i
restored, and I feel assured of my com
nlete recovery .'"
$5 per month for all patients and all
320 Brady Street,
diseases uuMl Januars 1. Ail r-strjiini
treatment bef r Ne Y-ar's ilay wi.i b
enii'.led to this special low r-ite uniti
cured This tifTr includes ronsultalion
examination, services, mtilCioes and
tretrruent and applia to all p itienls an'i
Just at this season of the year wbe n
people suffer most from the sudden
changes and the inoli m-' cies of the
weather there is an unu-uai d miod upon
the services of specialists skilled in tbo
treatment of nose, throat at-d lunt:
troubles. Just a", this time to mm',
people are wont to neglect to secure
proper trettment because Ibcy believe
themselves una'Me to stand the. njtcso
when bo many demands re being made
upon their purses for holiday shooping.
To all sucn, this offer of nuoerior medical
"ervices for the nominal fee of f 5 a
after tne holidays will ii . I
deed he iotful news. There can be no
eoed reasn for any to deny themselves 1
the services of good physieitns trained ;
in the nperiti trea'ment of these most j
tackhotise Medical Tnsiitat,
- Permanently located In '
R om 17 -ml 18 '
WRTTAKEfi BU I.niMG.
(Plri-t Floor. Take tr e Kleva'or.)
Tomer of Brsilv nd Ti ir.t Mrtet, I
AH curable diseases trentd Tith shcccsh.
Spfci ilties, Evr, Ear, Noe, i Lr -it n:i
Lung ; N. rrous Pisfi, 15 ood D:ceae-- ad
8kin D bpsts.
.r.-erul treatmi-nt by mail. W.itc ror
syoip'ota bl.tuk. v ontilt .lion ni:d exaniiaation i
ffio Honrs- 9 to la a. m., 3 io 5 and 7 to !
8 p. m. I
Sun ayt 9 to 12 a. m. on y. I
A Caneer Scare.
'"I have had a curious and annoying pain
in tnv neck, for several weeks pas;," said a
man recently, "which I fmailv riersu;uied !
myself must come from an incipient can
cer. And one morning, after passing a
nervous and restle.ss night, 1 resolved to
face the thing out at once. So, instead of
taking a down tow n train to my office, I
resolutely rode up town to the skin and
cancer hospital and sought a consultation
with the physician In charge tli.-re. In five
minutes he had reassured me; t he pain was
a trifle, rheumatic, neuralgic, anything
but caccerons, but. Mo you know,' said he.
you are the ninth mau who has come to
me this morning wit h u false cancer scare.
It is remarkable,' he went on, 'how com
mon this fear is. Kvery week I relieve at
least a dozen persons of these imaginary
afflictions till I have almost come to be
lieve that some time or other everylKnly
has to have his cancer senre. -new Yoi k
A Prrm nsnl D-ctor Accused sf Mrd'-r!
A gentleman reoent'r made a startt'n; accoa
Uor In th heoria; or thi writer. Smd he, "I
nnly bull -re that Tr. , intmtiona'ly er
intentionally, killed my wife. He (rrononnccd
her complaint -ConsnmptHn Imenrahlc. She se
cpt 'd the rerdic", an I lied. Yet since then I
have henrd of at leat a rlozon cases, qaite as far
advanced as hers, that have been cored by Dr,
tierce's Golden Medical liseovery. Hor IL'e
might have bc? snvd. for Consamption is not
tnenrable." Ct course it is not. The "Discov
ery" will remove every tro-3 if it, if 'taken in
time and need f utafully. Conrim;n'on is a dis
easeof thi- h'ooi a scrofntiiiis affaciisn and the
"Clseovery" strike at toe rou of the evil. For
all enees of weik lunir spitting of bio id, severe
linsSB coughs and tlnJrcd ailments, it i a
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1 lot proof etching, "framed, each - - " 2
1 ot fine etching framed costing from - $ to $5
1 large lot of untramed pictures from - 10c to SI
Water colors framed, from - - - $J to $20
not framed from - - to 40
2 photogravens on satin, after G.H.Gay, framed $9 each.
Mouldings in great variety made up on short notice.
Mats made to order. A complete line of circle frames.
Portrait frames in gold, silver, ivory, cream and silver,
ivory and white, oak and gold, bronze, hard maple and
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Proceeding of tlie Frdrrttfm
W or d's Fair tight at Chisago.
Philadklphia, Dec. 16. A loan ot H.600
to the Furniture Workers' tKMoa was can
celed yesterday by the Federation f Labor,
and donations were made to the Tanners
and Carriera' and Quanyrnen's unions.
The committee m Gompers' address re
ported and most of the reeomBeodahioats
were approved without debate, feat She
recommendatios in favor of a Snndaw
World' fair waa opposed bf Him Kecavy,
the only female delegate pmsnt. It wan
finally indorsed 64 to 10.
World's TmtT Labor Coagress.
The project to establish an official organ
waa defeated and tibea the qtMBttoa. at a
labor congress at tlie World's fair waa
brought np br the recommendation that
IJie fytnutir.iit.ion he lrjvi ma tn knld 4.
next meetin daring the last week in
Augtist. Delegate Wetsamann, trie radical
representative of the hiker's anion, strenm
otisly opposed the project an impracticable,
owing to wide divergence of aims and
opinions between the working people of
America and other countries. To test tbe
sense of the federation a motion was offered
that the organization participate in an in
ternational labor congress in 1803. At tibe
hour of adjournment the discustdmt was
still in progrwa.
Another Fair Invest ifrnt Ion.
CHICAGO, Dec 16. Another investigat
ing committee has lxx;n Hp(xintod to probe
into the Conkey contract, for printing tbe
World's fair catalogue. The board of con- i
trol of the national committee decided, at I
the request of General J. W. St.. Clair, of '
West Virginia, to make a full investiga
tion of his relations with the affair. As
General St. Cluir's deidings were confined
to the Timty concession Taney hits been
summoned to npjM-ar. There were no new
developments in the Conkey matter, except
that tbe electroty-iers indorsed t he Typo
graphical union in its fight.
The Telegraph Strike.
Chicago, Dec 16. Report which have
come into tbe hands of the committee of
the striking operators of tlie Rock Island
Railroad company would indicate that the
line is suffering great inconvenience and
loss of money by the want of proper hands
to manipulate their k-ys, ami the diver
sion of traffic from its lines. St. John tells
an exactly opp-isite story.
Wants to Whip HeAutifTe.
New Yokk, Dec 16. Dick Brge, the
English lightweight champion who arrived
Wednesday on the steamship City of Paris,
said to the United Press reporter that he
had come to the United States to fight
Jack McAuliffe, the champion of the
world. He (Burge) was after the cham
pionship, which he conld only attain by
whipping McAuliffe. Hnrge farther said
he would return to Euglaud if he failed to
make a match with McAuliffe, as. hewould
not fight any one else.
Got Both the Tri n Kohher.
Htjstisgton, W.Va., Dec. 16 Tom Col
lins, arrested Wednesday morning charged
with being one of the train robters. has
made a complete confes-do-. lie was
drilled by Foegey at his hou-e a number of
times for the attack. Mrs. Forney wwed
the mask, whirb was made of irlaok drens
lining matecial, to his hat. He hays: Tbe
Dutchman spoiled all our plans" by mak
ing the resistance he did at the start. Gr1
lins and Forgey are bound over to the
court without bond.
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