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.ir-i-il hnvinc been appointed at,
tbe last iU ana testament of Kebecca
K uu of the cnui.ty of hock IsWnd.s, -...
":"'., rtecMfed, n-n-DT givo. nonce tha a
t' rlrw a Miie cla'mB awa nst paid estate are
7 jnd req'ie ted to attend, for the purpose
'.. the nine aajaieo u persons in
f'K.it''t',le ,re re,a.oe?la to make in
f , oiTi""t 10 ,he uudersiirned.
" TT IbUlAlU X. fill Till,
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH.
nYOIANB AND CUROKONS.
Bttidt-nce Tl aist st.
orricic hours :
L n-.'h- I ir, unnownnsn--
F' . . m . m. 10 to 12 a. m
,0 nd 7 u 8 P. tn. I too aiid 7 to 8 p.m.
DR. C3AS. M. ROBINSON
he, Ear, Nose and Throat
Oflce McCulloush Building. 1M W. 8d St.
gMti: to u uo; iwiuu.
f. Htshs, M. D. Qio. W. WHiauta, M. D.
DR3. MYERS & WHEELER,
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tajaruioa aubaiaaee soom
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fs :lr qJ nriea.
IMA .IOHTY. fl'IIU WMSMit
hrialr h all drascriiita.
arts A Babnsen
r -if tl,e
the I'nnHMiru! discharees and
neuuteuaesof men anu ins
aj-j ueliilivatmg -weakness peculiar
5r to .'.omen. It cures in a lew
s wt'.hout the aid or
publicity of a doctor.
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t'iii on' Kplible Iiemedy. Famous eery-
as safe, prompt an
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UuJ L waM information free. Address
tukal Co., Boston, Ms
t m.:r brf '' 'he county court of Kock Island
t '., at th- iD'' of th c!erk of ia ert. in
V" .,'of Hock .slsfd, at the Mtrch term on
. i,tv in March nut. at which tim.
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f Auk your Druggirt for a V-(j
:'-. 1 'inttiA nf Hip J- The onlV V'J
7 nin noumuiui rempdv for all BmA
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Buy one to-day7 LinV'a K.iS? iiwJPB,
oruaj tu be healtLy. itl
ook's Cotton Root
A recent dUrorery by an old
physician MircefnUy nsed
n cnthlv by (honsnnds of la
dies. I. toe only perfectly
'fe and lei able medicine
difCoTred. Beware of nn
tirinriTili.H . , i . .
fen... medlctnL. i i. " r.V'1" 7"."
ture. or inc ese Si and cents in postage in tetter
sealed partlculara In m.in ,...!,. . "
OBly.;Umps. Addrj:e - "" -
KJND LILLY CCMPANT,
bi t- o.i ? "i16' Blork' Itrm. Mich.
perHou.e.HariE&Banni)cn.'a. ih street and So
e.. ano rtTti' eve- whore
Koalthful, Agreeable, Cleansing.
Chapped Hands, Wotwds, Burns, Eto
Samoves and Frevents Dandruff.
immm Jmx soap.
Beit for General Household Use
A tew and Corrplete Trcam ent, conslstine of
Fiipposiiories. uimment in t aj ni, ali-o in iiox
ar.d Pl ls; A Pofitive Cure for J.xiernal. Blma or
Kie ih a ltchine. Chronic Eeri n' or H-redit .ry
Piles Fejali WKaENEssEssnti inin other ilis
eases; it is always a great Itni fit to the general
health. 1 he first discovery oft medical cure ren
deringan operation with the ):clfe nnnece!sary
hereafter Tl-ls It. medy lins never been known
to fail. 1 per box. 6 for fa; sent bv mall. Why
suffer from this terrinble dis ave when a written
guarantee is positiviy given with 8 bottles, to re
fond the money if not cured. Send stamp for
fmc raui.ie. tinaractee luud by our attebL.
JAPaNESEI LIVER PELLETS
Acts 111., magic on the tomach. Liver anil B.w
ea: dispels Dyspepsia, Bulonsnu'S, Kever. Colds,
Nervous Iltsorltrs,leeple!'neB,Los of Appetite,
restores the compleciion; perfect digestion fol
iows their use. Positive cure to-Sick Beapacbc
sntl Constitmtion. mall, mild, cary to take Large
Vial- of SO "ills -a rents.
I1AKTZ II A i- NS-.N Sole Ajenu Uock Island
m. r raiaa
T. H. THOMAS.
3 TO 0 days.
fKH ABSOLUTE CUE
Wll L NOT C U8&
S(G Q NO PAIN, SOSTCN.
ISiTR JCTIONS ' VITK SCH
:TUC AV. OC'CSTO.
Cerral Chenj. a I
T H. THOMAS Sol A cent
'nis. I KTIIISS .rAXCKl
(d'ROVEOy ELfl'TKIC BfT AMP SUSPEhSOKI
M Car. M 4WnillM Knkm C ' "'SSf.T
ARTS, rl.irinr j to IIKALTI1 ..4 IIIIIK..1 ?2
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:FI.T irt .m.p.n-'- V I'nmV'-l- 'S "I1"1""-'
-,(.. t. i ;.-.i : mouths. fs.al -1 Mirhl.t trfft.
Tho desires a irood business posll Inn m the 'Worldf
?alr city should write at once for prospectus of the
anions Metropolitan Business .liege. Chicago,
annsunlfarllltlesforrlarlntrrrad tales. Ktatilllieo
yean. Occupies lis own bn1--' --. Afl'lress,
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THKAllGUS. MONDAY, DECEMBER 2b, 1892.
IT MUST BE GOOD.
Well Known Physicians En
dorse the Etackhouse
STATEMINT OF DE. TUEKEE,
HU Personal Experlenre With Dr. Stack,
boose and Bis Associates-A Permanent
Institotioa-How All Severe Nose,
Throat anil Lunr Troubles Have Their
Orlj-ln Watch That Cold.
Dr. M. V.Turner a grn,r.uae of Pope's
MetiicHl Institute, of 8r. Lo-;ig. Mo., and
i phjsician of great Hbiliiy, tell" the fol
lowing regarding the treatment of Dr.
Staikbouse and associates;
"I have been a sufferer from paralytic
se.zurts and severe nervous attacks, ac
cotnpanied bj twitrbing hnd cramting cf
'he limbs for about five years. The at
tacks cme on without any apparent
caupc and from the very first were so
evere as to incapacitate me for my
medical duties. I had togiveuprnv
laree medical 1 roctire and go to the
aofpitsl for tna'ment.
"The ripht side of my body became
abml- telv usele-s. almost without feel
ng and I suffered 'he m st excruciating
tiesdaches one conM mueine
DR II. V. TURNER.
"At times my brain eemd literally
on flie, and I had to have cold, wet
clothes applied every few minutes ia
order tr keep from absolute distraction.
The cramps in my limbs wrpt at tiroes
terrible, and take it all la all, I sutVrrd
enough to drive any man with a le' ah
solute will completely crtzy. I had
given chronic diseases quite a thorough
study, and I gave everything I had evi-r
heard of a thorough trial, but to no avail
It looked hard to have to lie there and
die by inches, and like a drownirg man I
grasped at what I considered 'the last
straw' when I consulted Dr 8tckbouse.
It provnd to be my salvation, for al
though I have taken treatment but a few
weeks, I am a new man. Why, I hardly
think of using my cane now, an article
which I fully expected to ca-ry the rest
of my life. I do not suffer from the
cramps and nervous twitching as I used
to do. and those terriftle headaches have
entirely disappeared. I am so overjoyed
at the thought of again being able to re
sume my mtdical duties that words can
not express my gratitude for thene phyti
cians. If the specialists can cure ouch
seemingly hope'ecs chronic cases as
mine, how readily must such diseases as
catarrh, bronchitis, larynisitis, etc., yield
to their skillful treatment!
"I owe them my life and am clad to be
able to express my feelings through the
columns of your paner.
M. V. Tcrkeb. M.D,
"No. 604 TJoper First street, Evansville,
HERE TO STAY.
This Is One of Davenport's Permanent In
stitutions. The facilities of the Stat-khoue Medi
cal Institute are undoubtedly greaier and
its opportunities better for the successful
treatment of chronic diseases thn arty
iLSti ution of its kind in the world. No
other institution in the state of Iowa is
of one-tea th the magnitude. Thrr are
15 physicians on the consulting st&ff, all
of whom are prominent specialists cf
recognized ability. It finds no necessity
for boasting of ''associued medical in
stitutes . Tl.e whoe is under the direct
supervision of Dr. Btackhouse. The in
stitute employs more physi ians, treats
more esses, represents more capital, end
ff-'c's mora cures than any other institu
tion in this country.
Pure medicines tnd thorough services
will be accorded to each patient being
treated now at $5 a month, as would be
given if you were pajirg hundreds of
dollars. Consultation free and everybody
The Btackhouse Medical institute in
Davenpcrt is a permanent institution.
Every announcement mace is carried
out. Every claim is substantiated.
Every promise ia fulfilled.
To demonstrate to all s fferers at Dav
enport, Rock Island, Moline and vicinity,
the superiority and rematkable efficiency
of this treatment, Dr. Stackbouse and
associates mede this offr.
t Until January 1st ail patients and all
diseases will be treated at the nominal
fee of a month. This includes con
sultation, examination, services, medi
cine i and treat men'. All persons under
treatment before January 1 will beentitled
to the same low rale until cured Just
as careful attention, (killed treament,
WATCH THAT COLD I
A slight cold t
A Vtry bad cold I
A persistent, continuous cold
And then catarrh inevitably results.
Catarrh neglected, invariably leads into
consumption. It is one of those chronic
diseases often misunderstood by the suf
ferer, rarely understood by the general
practitioner, and familiar in all i s forms
and complications only to a trained
Dr. Btackhouse and bis associate
specialists have a system of treatment for
catatrhal affections that is mild, harm
leas, antiseptic, painless, wholesome and
uniformly successful in i's results.
Io thousands of cases where other sys
terns had failed, the 8'ackhouse treat
ment ba schiey d the most rematkable
cures. Th Fermnercy of these results
has given the Stdckbouse Medical insti
tute a reputation uijque io toe bJg'orv of
special effort in n enicine
Thj interesiing pert-onal statements of
patients published from tirr.e to time in
thete columns, prove conclusively to the
reading iiut.lis that the StMckboute treat
ment cures. No other avstem of treat
ment ever pertectrd has been accorded
the hearty endorsement of so many prom
Of Special Importance.
The attenion of phv-ic.ims rf D&ven
port and v-c nity. especially those who
htve contrne'ed lung troubles, is resoect
fullv invited to the well known efficiency
of the S-ach bouse Lung Treatment The
usual courtesies of the proft ssion will be
extended to those who apply for treat
ment. Stackhonee Medical Institute,
Permanently located in
Booms 17 a d 18.
(First Floor. Take tte Elevator.)
Cormr or B vdy and Third Struts,
All curable diseases tret ed with suc
C SS. Sp ciije: Eve. Er. Nose,
Throat. a,,d Lungs; Nervo. a Disease?,
Blood Diseases and kin Di ca ts
-ucc:-s8ful treatment bmail. Write
fr umptnm bUna. Const l.ation acd
OJflc-j Houfs-9 to 12 a. m , 3 to 5 and
7 to 8 p. m.
Suniiajs 9 to 12 ra. only.
NOTHING GOES LIKE "MODESTY."
A Small Viri-nia Town's Supply of the Po
Pakkersbcrg, W. Va., Dec. 24. The
modest little town of Phillippi, in Barbour
county, with seventy Democratic votes and
a population by the 1890 census of C75, yes
terday forwarded applications to Wash
inizton which make the following showing:
One applicant for minister to Hawaii, ten
for postmastership of Phillippi, five for
department appointments in Washington,
two for postal clerkships, one for postoffice
inspector, one for collector of internal rev
enue and two for places in the state de
partment at Washington. It is said that
an appeal has been sent to Mr. Cleveland
in person to make no appointments to any
of the places asked for until all the papers
of all the applicants have been sent in.
The Inter-American Railway Project. '
New York, Dec. 34 The preliminary
surveys for the projected continental rail
way to connect the republics of North
America with those of Central and South
America have been practically completed,
and although the oflicial reports have not
yet been published the three commissions
have declared that a practicable route has
been found, the engineering problems pre
sented by which in no instance exceed
those encountered by the construction of
tie Canadian Pacific and other continental
loads of North America.
Recklessness at a Fox Chase.
Alliance, O., Dec 5!4. Henry King, a
wealthy resident of Newton Falls, accident
ally shot and fatally wounded Daniel Lech
litner, a tenant on one of his farms, while
attending a fox chse Thursday. Lechlit
ner can not live. He is 40 yeai s old and has
a wife and four children. King, an old
man, is crazed with grief.
The resignation of William B. Greene,
secretary of the American Bankers' asso
ciation, has been accepted.
Judge S. S. Burton, cashier of the First
National bank of LaCros.se, Wis., died of
winter cholera, aged 7 J years.
Padcr.'wski, the celebrated pianist, ac
companied by his secretary and his favorite
piano, has arrived in New York.
The members of a club of rich young
J!en at Venice are pledged to marry poor
Bhenmatiein Co. od in a Day.
"Mvstic Cure" for Rheumatism and
Neural"" mdictlly cures in one to three
davs. Its sc-i-tn upon the system is re
markable arid mysterious. It rem ives at
pace the cause and the disease immed
i t..; .- t'.-ppem. The first do?e ereatly
benefits. Wnrrnted by Ouo Grotjan,
drusjist. Rock I-lnd.
Mrs. Sarah Mulr
Hood's Sarsaparilla Is Especially
Adapted to Cure Difficulties
Peculiar to the Sex
The restoring and invigorating properties of
Hood's Sarsaparilla, combined with its power
to vitalize and enrich the blood, render it pecul
iarly adapted for all troubles jrectiliar to
women that tired feeling, or debility caused
by change of season, climate or life. Hood's
Sarsaparilla has accomplished verv gratifying
results in many cases, ltead the following:
" I was for a long time a sufferer from
and tried many remedies and physicians, to no
good pupose. One day I read one of the Hood's
Sarsaparilla books, and thought I would try a
bottle of the medicine. It made so great a dif
ference in my condition that 1 took three bottles
more and found myself perfectly well. I
have also given
to the children, and find that it keeps them In
good health. I am willing that this shall be
used for the benefit of others." Mrs. Sabah
Mcik, 308 16th av., So. Minneapolis. Minn.
HOOD'S PILLS cure all Liver Ills. Bilious
ness, Jaandloe, ladifestion. Sick Heartache.
m w "F B- a'--T Jf -"i'iii Vw k'trHrtJa.'. i . V " r, . tZZtSlf& V s-Tar - 1.
Castoria Is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance It is a harmless substituto
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
feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is tho Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
"Castoria is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
good effect upon their children,"
Da. Q. C. Osgood,
" Castoria is the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not
far distant when mothers will consider the real
Interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of the various quack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agenta down their throata, thereby "t'g
bem to prematura graves."
Pa. J. F. KiBcmea,
The Centavar Compsuiy, TZ
WE ARE ALWAYS IN" IT WITH
THE FINEST OF
Bread, Cakes, Buns and Pies
In the city.
Delivery wagons always on the road. Parties deeirona of
having them stop at their residences, will please notify th
same at our piemises.
MUNROE, DeKTJE & ANDERSON.
J. T. DIXOJST,
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens. (
1706 Second Avenne.
. nfuKCB, Aiiays fata sua Inflammation, IleaJs
J the Sores, lie-tore Taste and Smell, and I'nrn
Gives Relief at
Armlv into the SottriU
aOc. Druggists or by nuul.
EN COKPOBATKD DHDKB THX STAT LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
BOOK ISLAND, ILL,,
Open dally from B a. m. to 4 p. m., and Saturday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock.
Five par cent Interest paid on Deposits- Money loaned on Personal. Oo
lateral, or Real "F state Security
P. L MITCHELL, Pres. F C. DBNKMANN, Tice-Pres. j. M. BTJPORD, Oasulet.
P. L. Mitchell. B. P. Reynolds, F. C. Denkmann . JohnCrnbangh, H. P. Hull.
Phil Mitchell, L. Simon, B. W. Hurst, J. M. Bnford.
Jacksoii A Bubbt, Solicitors.
t-Began business inly B. 18-;, acd occupy the outbeast corner of Mitchell Lynda's new
City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telephone Rock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or expreae
wagon and you will receive prompt attention,
TIM3ERLAKE & SPENCER, Props.
R. Q. Hudson J. Paekxh.
HUDSON & PARKER,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
Ml kinds of Carpentering promptly attended to. Estimate
furnished when desired.
Shop cor. First ave. atd Seventeenth et. Rock Island.
Qavenport Business College,
COMPLETE m ATI. DEPARTMENTS
FOR CATALOGUE ADDKES8
J. C. DUNCAN. Proprietor.
MD ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
AH kinds of brass, bronae and aluminum bronze casting, all ahades and temsra Make
a specialty of brass metal pattern and artistic work.
Baor akd Or io At 1811 First avenne, near Ferry landing, . BOOK wt ian,
J. MAGER, Proprietor;
" Castoria is so well adapted to children ha
I recommend it as superior loauy prescrrptlom
known to me."
H. A. Ahcbsb, M. IX,
III So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, H. Y.
Our physiciane in the children's depart
ment have s pokes highly of their expels
ence in their outalde practice with Caatoraa,
and althcugh we only have among oca
medical supplies what is known aa regular
products, vet we are free to confess that Um
merita of Castoria, baa waa ws as look with,
TJairao H aerie al abb lyrsnaaAxar.
C Saura, P.,
Murray Street, Xa
BALM Cleanses the Ifaawl'
LL .V .I'M " ;
once for Cold In Head.
( im oifc; Ahnrht
ELY BKOS 66 Warren Su, N.T.I