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THE AlWtlS TVEDSESUAY. DECEMBER 21. 18912.
An object lesson is sometimes given without intent.
rtould keep posted where they can buy Groceries the cheapest, as many
dol'sr can be saved by krepia? pastel in prices.
Lwk over jour bo k arc mot and see what you are paying for the
D..ree-ru? articles you buy daily, then go to ARNOLD'S and
Re Las the largsst and beat selected stock without doubt in the three
cities. One glance in his store is sure to convince anybody that be
cannos be undersold.
re You Going to the Party?
If you are, you should have a pair of
We haye them in Suede and Satin,
All colors, all widths and all sizes.
See "THE DUCHESS."
IT'S A BEAUTY.
Gentlemen's slippers we have them jso.
Biff line, at the right price.
..Tiir nnoTAfii n
1623 Second Ave., under Rock Island'House.
Many New and Novel Styles. See them.
tiding Boots, fur lined.
Boudor Slipper, eight new
Ooze Calf, Seal.
Patent Leather, Plush
and Morocco Slippers,
all colors and styles.
SPECIAL LADIES' DEPARTMENT.
LcO h f
SOI, ao W. Second St., Davenport.
"A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BAR
GAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES
314 BRADY STREET,
Fatx an(a Wihtke Goods are low In. DAVEHPOBT,
Ktmtiaber -e are eLowiog tbe tergtet and noet varied
ertmtfiit of D mestio and iobtkd goods in tlie time
-. gjta to your aeasure iro $S0 to $4C ; Tion
ad to your me.t.6tue f 3 to $13.
Of Mediral Practice Are the
WHOSE CUSES ABE PERMANENT.
Tfce Capaaltr of the Offices or th Black
kaee:ai.ed-eea Institute riU Tested fcj
Tttroaga r tHa Afflicted Special Law
Bevte of SB a MontSt for All FaUmU n
All DUeasee (jU Aftw kke HeliaUya.
When Dr. Stackhouse and bia associ
ates opened the Stackhouse Medical In
stitute in Davenport, it was with a fixed
determination to extend throughout Iowa
and Illinois the high reputation previous
ly gained in eastern states.
The specialists came here firmly re
sol red to repeat in the west intir sue
cesseBot the east.
Ttej found an appreciative public in
the residents of eastern Iowa and western
Illinois. They found people fully alive
to the fact that the modern methods of
medical practice are the successful
Every dav the full canacitv of the of
fices of the institute baa been tested by
uironKs of tTntcted persons impatient tot
the benefits mey were to denve from the
systematic, successful Stacabouse treat
ment, skillfully administered by the
Their cures are permanent. Patients
pursuing a course of treatment to the end
are dismissed completely and taoroughly
The special low rates announced last
week prevail only during the few days
remaining in 1893. All patients and all
diseases anlil January 1st will receive
tieatment at the uniform and nominal
charge of f S per mom a. Medicines are
furnished .ree. vry person mder
treatment before the first day of January
will be entitled to ail services, medicines
and treatment at $5 per month until
IT IS GOOD PROOF.
Wkn rrtmlnnt FkjalaUaa Hake Varar.
Detroit Krec p-eas.
Amons: the many prominent cases
treated and cured by Dr. Stackhouse
and his associates was that of Dr. Ouido
Jacobs, of No 241 Grogtsan street (now
Monroe avenue). Detroit. Mich. During
his medical preparations Dr. Jcobe
studied at and received diplomas from
tbe universities at Jena, Halle ant) Ber
lin. In 1841 he completed his medical stud
ies. Shortly after this Dr Jacobs was
appointed by tbe Prussian government a
surgeon to tbe Sixth Ublan cavalry, aod
beheld this very n sponsible position
with this regirr.eot and the Fifth Uhlan
cavalry for 17 years
Be then Came to America, shortly be
fore tbe breaking out of tbe civil war.
At tbe commencement of hostilities Dr
Jacobs whs appointed surgeon of tbe
Truth New York cavalry, aod wa9 in ac
tive service before Richmond, at York
town, Petersburg, etc.
Shortly af er tbe close of tbe civil war,
Dr. Jacobs located at Detroit. Mich ,
where be Vecame one of the nest known
and most successful pbpicians. He has
been city pbys cian, a member of the
board of health, and ha filled other posi
tions of honor in hi profession.'
DR OUIDO JACOBS.
During the month of January this year.
Dr. Jacobs was attacked by a malndy
which appeared to dsfy medical skiil
His rase became so critical that in the
early days of February tbe following
item appears in the Byening News of De
"Dr. Ouido Jacobs, one of the best
known German physicians of the city,
has been repartee! as fatally ill. His
physician. Dr. Dnffleld, reports him as
restins easier, but still in a critical con
dition." Sitce that day nothing appeared in tbe
daily papers concerning Dr. Jacobs, but
a reporter desirous of learning tbe em: of
this case, last week called upon Dr.
Jacobs, who without hesitation said: "I
was indeed very sick. I waB first at
tacked by violent pains in the
head that were almost unbearable. I was
feverish, and I was greatly distressed for
fear that some brain trouble would rt-
suit. The pain in the back of my neek
and sense of fullness and oppresaivenesa
ia my forehead were of such a nature as
to at first justify my fears But gradual!
oihtr symptoms appeared which put a
new light on the ctse.
"I began to be amoved by a ronetant
dryness in my throat. I coagbel a prea"
deal. My tbroa bncame sore and there
was an annoying burning and itching in
my aose. I fel gloomy and despocdeni
My sleep was dieturbed. My appetite
failed me and my stomach became do
ranged. 1 became dwsy and absent
minded. Mucus dropped in my throat
and it was bard to remove, for it was
very ropy and sticky
"After these symptoms appard I de
cided that my trouble was catarrh of the
head aod stomach.
Knowing that my case was one requlr
ingltbe skilled attention cf specialists and
"eiait aware of the standing of Dr U
Stackkoase and bis associates, aad their
success in such canes, I immediately
placed my case ia their hands.
"Tbe result of the treatment was to
abate the pais ia my head, neck and
threat The cough I had is gone. Tbe
ranataral dryness in my throat and the
itehias and burning in my aoee are gone
My appetite ia good. I am no longer
diacy or absent minded My digestion is
restored, and I feel assured of my com
$S per month fer all patients ana al-
diseases until January 1. All beginning
treatment befwa New Year's day will be
entitled to this special low rate nntU
cured. This offer includes consultation,
examination, service, medicines and
treatment and applies to all patients aad
J ust at this season of the year whe n
people suffer most from tbe sadden
changes and tbe inclemencies of the
weather there is an unusual demand upon
the services of specialists skilled in tbe
treatment of nose, throat ard lung
trwblea. Just at this time too many
people are wont to neglect to secure
proper treatment because tbey believe
themselves uoa'ale to stand the rxcense
when so many demands re being made
upon their purses for holiday shopping.
To all suco, this offer of superior medioal
etvlces for the nominal fee of $5 a
month until after tbe holidays will in.
deed be joy ful news. There can be cc
KOtd reason for any to deny themselves
tbe services of good physicians trained
in tbe special treatment of these most
Stackhonee Medical Institute,
Permanently located in
Booms 17 a d IS,
(First Floar. Tak tf, Iterator.)
Camsr or B dy and Third Struts,
All curable diseases treated with suc
cess. Sp-cialties: Ere, Ear. Note,
Throat and Lungs; Nervous Diseases,
Blood Diseases and Skin Diseases.
- uccussful treatment by mail. Write
for symptom blank. Consultation aad
Office Hours 9 to 19 a. m., 9 to S aad
7 to 8 p. m .
Saadays ft to 19 m. only .
A fine lice of candies at Krell & Math's
for the holiday trade.
Curlstmas trees and tree ornaments, all
axes, at Krell A Math's.
W. C. Bauiien. of Ueda.la, Mo., is via
iting Roek I-land friend.
St. Miebael'a guild of Trinity church
meets at he rectory tonight.
Go to J. T. Dixon's and leave your
measure lor a suit or overcoat at redaced
Mrs Edson and daughter. Miss
Agatha, have arrived home from their
Dixoa. tbe tailor, has an over stock of
winter goods. Leavd your order with
him at reduced price.
Wi liam Jackson left this morning for
Fulton, where the directors of the Mod
ern Woodmen meet today
Owing to tbe over stock of winter
goods J. T. Dixon will make you a tut
or overcoat at reduced prices.
Dr Myers has moved bis family into
hi- new re-iderce, 2823 Molne avenue
Office es before over Krell Maths'.
Send your orders for game, fish lob-S'e-rs,
clams, shell and canned oysre-s to
Htrrv StnytheV, 1819 Sucond avenue
A Cbila Enjoys
The plen-snt fl vor. gentle action and
soothing effect .f 85rupof Figs, when
in need of a loxMivi?, and if the father or
mother be cos'ive or bilious, the mos'
gratifying results f.V'low its use. so that
U in the best family remedy known, and
every family should have a bottle.
A Saying Transposed.
Wife Please get np. John. The baby
is crying again, and I'm too sick.
Husband XotJtiing but trouble in this
housoi Never ralna but it pours, and
Husband And as to the baby, it never
pains but it cuars. Pittsburg Bulletin.
Slate of OUio. City of Tuledo, (
Frank J. Cbenev mukes oath that he
is tbe senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Ci'Fney & Co., doing business in the City
of Toledo County and State aforesaid
and that said firm will pay tbe sum of
$100 for each and every case of atarrh
that cannot be cured bv tbe use of Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Frtnk J Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subneribtd in
my presence, this 6th day of December.
A. D 188.
HULL A. W. GkKABOS
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and acts directly on the blood and
mucous surfaces of the'; system. S.jnd
for testimonials, free.
Adorers F . J Cheney & Co., Toledo. 0.
sold '-y d-u eists. 75c
r v .
Fresh Air and Exercise.
Get all that's
- possible of
both, if in
neea oi nesn ...
and nerve -
force. There's need,too, of plenty
of Cod Liver Oil builds up flesh
and strength quicker than any
other preparation known to sci
ence. Scoffs Emulsion is constantly ef
fecting Cure cf Consumption,
Bronchitis end kindred diseases
where other methods fail.
Prer-fd by Soott k Bovne. K. Y. All drurcista.
Or. Renlraa'a Kel'ab e hemeij. raas every
wnertr anon- tbe ladies as safe, prompt &b
lectaal Ttaoriruu n tmuim'i. tmttutw. Pmic
(i sent 41ct, sealed: tiifornjation Ire. Adcreas
Catoa M soles. (., Baatoa, Mam.
v suiea h v Vosi-ft v nJTiiii A
I ' A L. I Tr tM A M evllaa 1 eVTao"
We Are Showing-
Sideboards, Cupboards and
Dining Chairs a splendid assortment.
only SI. 51
Blankets, Comforters and Bedding.
See us for Holiday Gifts beforejyou buy.
Prices guaranteed the lowest
No Extra Charge.
CHAS. A. MECK,
322 Brady Street, Davenport, It
Txlxfhohx 421 '
Open till 9 o'clock, Saturday's til 10.