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THE ARGUS, "WEDNESDAY. JAHCJAKY 11, I893.
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BR. CHAS. M. ROBINSON
lye, Ear, Nose and Throat
,,cc SScCnUonch Baildine. IM W. 3d St.
' DAVENPORT. IA.
g to 11 an-: 1 to "-
by. Mtk-w. M. U. Geo. W. Wbksli,:M. D.
DRS. MYERS & wHEELEK,
L-r..rv nncl l.-ew or Women
f " fflcc over Kfcll A Math's. Te'ophoce 1143.
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PR. urtns ! WHKKU!B.
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. W.,HD L. HAMHATT. CLABK II. BltFOBD.
HA. vt MATT & BUFORD.
V RrniTKOrs. Rock Mind, m ojicc Koom
iA. 41, Mi'cbi-11 LyD.de bnildine.
GEO. P. STAUDUHAR.
i -r and superintendence for all'clsss of
xvns fl and S Mitchell Lynde bnildins
Bra !w.iy. Cor. i'rirre St.. New York City.
Ri "v.t ind -er.nvu-c d un ljr new minigement,
hi' Knnip'.' in P' n.
Kv.n rr.'-s t ' rt iy ad npwaM.
ii.-t i r im upsi i" the b-.-et in the city at mod-
.'.'.Jl''-lrs fnin all R. It. stntims and stjam-
l-V. atrl f-rry lnndirs- pa-i the dxir.
HiLl'ltr. Ml K ALLEi.l, I rup .
. 7APANE S I
7 ' CURE
S r.-w l i O'vnp'iete Treatment, consisting oi
-, i. in-'p. (limmt-nt In Cupful, also In Box
'jVi in; a Pimtive Cure for txiernil. Blind or
. -.!"'c Ito'iiiiL'. Chronic Keren- or Hereditary
. KrM i.k wkakskmhks und tm.nv other rtls-i-,--:
't nV'iy a tfrent henefit to the general
r Pu- f ir-T discovery of a medical enre ren
Hern o;ri!lon with the knife nnnecessary
i-.-t':er. TnN K medy Im. never been known
i'sh. : ;er hot. for ?:; sent bv mail. Why
('f-rfrivr. t:rs 'erri.ible disease when a written
i" p-vtiviy given with B Bottles, to re-
J the nur.ev if nut en'ed. fenl K'amp for
tisif e. uca;actec lsa Dyonr aenu
lPaNESE liver pellets
rmiiic on tho vtimach. L'.Ter and Bw
d'; r: lirxtx-nla, P.il!otine-, Kerer. Colds.
rvn li)rilt rs,-;leeplf sness,txst of Appetite.
'.n tUe complection; perfect diL'C'iion fol
! 'he:r u". Positive cure for Sick IIkadachb
'.r"tipnmn. mall, mild, t-aej to take. Large
r Vi "ills cent?i.
!Ar!TZ 4 BAbNSiN Sole AgcnU Rock 1-land
T. H. THOMAS.
rr WILL MOT
W YOU TAKB
SOO BUwtri tor atn
tajuriaaa aabaiaae mi4
1)9 Our arty
r(l n no,
Jfc ' ,1 h alt .1 . . . . . . v.
it "ruugi-ip. Maria cc osnnscn
3 to 6 DAva
I ABSOLUTE CUBF con'
VILL NOT r:AHCt
trTr1 0,r".' yt ask fori
' OPAIH. KOSTA.-M.
..v-v.i. '?"JCTICNS V'Tt. ACM ,
. .. . DRVGO'fTIi
n THOMAS Solo ACent
!" Herjcm Hesforfl
Dr. KLINE'S GEiiAT
.. . t. ' "- r partly, rre.
v uu noi wan
ww ftddren ol
' r "' n r't , a. P""nt m tho Voridli
, -V.tr wiii'I?. , "?' ,or "r"'P tus ol the
llj.:! ,' """. """I""" Colli tra CHiraim.
In umnla tMn.
t. m m m m mr
I B Inrntwhlrh
THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BltlOHT AND
NEW AND MV COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
My doctor says it acta (tently on the tomach, liver
and klilneys. and !sa plearant laxative. Thta d.-tnk
Is made fmm hertM, and la prepared for use aa easily
as tea. It is called
All drtKnrtsfa sell It at 80c. and $1.00 per package.
5ny one today, .line's Family Medicine move
tne bowels each dav- In unter to l-c t:eal;hy. this
ook's Cotton Root
kjM SJvl' A recent discovery by an old
or-Sv pnysician. ?urci ssruiiynseu
monthly by thousands of la
y dies. Is the oniy perfectly
V v. snfe and reliable med'eine
discovered. Beware of nn
nrincinlcd druL'uists who of
fer Inferior medicines in place of thi i. Ask for
Cook's Cotton Koot Compouno, takn no sabtl
tnte, or inclese 1 and (I conts in post re in letter,
and we will send, sealed, by return mail. Full
sealed particnlars in p'.ain envelope to ladies.
only, tampe. A'Wrc
POND LfLL CCVPANV.
No. 3 Fisher Block, Tretfi. Mich.
Po'd In Kock Island by Marshall A r'lsbci, !'a
per Ilou-e, UariE & rtaonen. S I'.h etieet and 3a
ave .and ditiitflsty evewh"r.".
The Laxative Gum Drop.
Many ptople sulTtir from
indigestion without knowing
that they are so afflicted. They
gt np ia the morning with a
bad taste in their moutl . Thy
feil cross and out of Forte. They
are nervous and ill at ease.
The doctor tells them that they
hava malaria and they take
quinine without liU, Bnt it
Sura them no pvol. What they
ned i? a geut'e laxative, ecme
thing that wili cleans& their sys
tem of all morbid matter and
regulate their digestion. This
the Laxative Gum Dro)s will
certainly do if they are taken
with regularity and wiih per
sistence. They do not act like
a vigorous cathartic, wrenching
the system and violently purg
ing the unhappy victiti, but
they are eo gentle in their work
that it often does not S'iem to
the person that he is taking
anything at all, but tbey will in the outs
come epuldtc b's digestion and restore
h'm to health. Ask your drugjist for
this remedy rrd remember t.iat .the
Laxative Gum Drips are the th oe that
you need. Get th m of any deali.-r.
Sylvan Remedy Co.,
LAEOR, TIME, MONET
by re in a
Use it your own wat.
It is the bett Soap made
For VS aching Machiue u?e.
WARKOCK & HAlSTOil.
W. TREFZ & CO.
2011 Fourth Avenue,
Birkcnfeld's Old Stand.
or any uunatnral dischanrnuk
r2?n.drV(U!i"t ,or bottle of
Big . It cures in ft few rlava
vithout the aid or publicity of a
loctor. Nnn.wtiuiii.i,. w.A
guaranteed not to atricture.
L Tin Vmveraol Amnion Curt.
. Tb Evani Chemical Co.
o. a. a
. absolutely crmirs. Uin I m tW i
TU siarpl snKcUHl af " Swirra's OiwBim" withoa
aev lat4rnal 8Miricln. win aore aov SAM of THflts, Bh.
,f-irbaaobitiaAUarlaDftultiia. 8oU or draarlna
ar mi wi. ivr w mtm. j nasa. si sr.. 1 1il ii. a
ai,n Sea. mastlfUa, I
A DAVENPORT MAN
Who Began the New Year Quite
THE STOBY OF MR. C. 0. COLE.
The Machinist at the C, It. I l'.It.K
Shops Relates Important Ineidenta of
Recent Oeeuxrence He Woald Mac;E;er
at His Work as Theag-h Intoxicated
An Institution Trotfcfully Advertised.
Among the many cases ia tbis vicinity
in wb:ch the effljcy of the StHckbouse
treitmi-nt hns bfen ftslly democstrd'ed.
may be meatione.l that of C O. Cole,
tbe m&rbioisi at the Chicago, Rock
IsUnd & Pitcifli ra'lroari shops. Mr.
Cole resides at No 415 West Sixth
-This trouble begin." said Mr Cole,
"about three years ago, but has been
tnacb worse tbi winter. For s. year or
two I bav been troubled more ur less
with d zz oin, but the tast month was
very bad. S iraeiiraes I woul.i 8tcger
es if intoxica'e., and when at mv
work, would almost eo to sleep. 1
would hve to walk around to awaken.
Tbere ws a very heavy feelina in ;he
top fif my bead, as though a very heavy
weight bJ bveo p'a'.ei there.
C. O. COLS.
"I had severe headaches. Mv mcm.iry
ftiled and I hnd eome dilH.-u'iy "with my
hearins, havic2 a vtiy aatoying lingin"
sound almost constantly in my ears I:
"cem"..! impassible to pet enough sleep.
I tock cold without the slightest apriear
ant cause and hud no end cf trouble with
my nose and throat.
"On the 9 b. ct DeT'.Triber hivin? heavd
of the g?et bem fl:s tlie tffl'Cted were re
ceiving at the StacBhuue Medical Insti
tate, I applied ibere for trtatnj-D', TUc
results in my otd Case Uu'ife than Vnrl
fied the many good reports I had heard
of their work in Davenport ani vicinity.
Under the mild, pleasant, patient, ?ys
tematic and thorough treatment
administered, I w&b giya speedy relief
and how ail tho symptoms I Lava de
scribed, have distpDeared. It is not sur
prising that the office-, of the Stackhouse
Mtdical Institute sra well filled at all
times and that pcop'e are cnmins from
tbe interior of the state and from Illinois
to be treated by the skilled sp'-cinlists
I can heartily recommend them and con
gratulate them upon the success that
eyery one knows they are having."
.An Institution That Does Not Practice or
Believe in rineiarism.
vbat would you tLlak of tbe editor
of yOrf fvorite locsl piper, shruild you
discover that tra c!ip,isd bodily the edi
torial colunn? of a Cnicagi ppcr and
re-nrinted their!' a hU own?
You would denounce him as a literary
What would you thinS of advertising
physicians, should you discover that they
clipped bodily thn 2-colursn advertise
ment of a mtdical iostitutioD at Chicago
and re-printed it word for word in the
Davenport, Rock Island and Mol'me pa
pers as their own simply substituting
their name and address for th:tt of tbe
Chicago institution? Such a proceeding
could be designated by no milder term
It is a poor ru'e that does not work
both ways, and the Germ in proverb 'He
who lies will steal" is eq ially applicable
when translated "He who steals will lij."
The man who does not hesitate to steal
advertising mUer from those whom
heaven hath endowed with an intellect,
can hardly be esteemed worthy of public
Practices long continued become fixed
habits. He is apt to copy the advertis
ing of his superiors with iut discrimin
ation. He miy thus attribute to himself
powers that he dons not possess. Ia the
case that we have in mind at this mo
ment, a very little solf-praise would
carry the plagiarist advertiser over the
bounds of both rea-ion and truth.
The specialists of the Stackhouse
Medical Institute have tbe bkili, ability
and originality to
Perform their own cures,
Compound their own medicines,
Write their own advertisements and
Buildup their own reputations.
iC The $5 rate will prevail until Febru
V J ary 1st. Such a Bmall sum (about
16 cents a day) in many cases scarcely
covers tbe cost of the Dure drug and
medicineB used. The specialists of the
Stackhouse Medical institute make this
offer for a limited time in order to ac
quaint the public witb their methods,
facilities and successful treatment of
preyalent chronic diseases. All who be
gin treatment while the low rate prevails
will be entitled to all necessary medi
cines, consultations, examinations, ser
vices and treatment for $5 per month un
til dismissed entirely and thoroughly
Stackhouse Medical Institute,
Permanently located in
Koomi 17 and ,18.
(First Floor. Take the Elevator.)
Corner of Brady and Third Btraets,
All CUrable diseases, trwatert mitV, oiiw.
cess. - . SDecialtieaT TJm - : TJoo
Throat and ' Lnngs; Nem0 Diseases',
Blood Diseases and 8 tin Disease .
eocesssful tretmen' I y nail. Write
for symptom bank. Co i: ultation and
exam nation free
Office Hours 9 to 12 a. m., 8 to 5 and
7 to 8 p. m.
Bnndays 9 to 12 m. r.nly.
FIDELITY CF A FEENC3 WIFE.
She OlirgA to Rer Disgraced Hnsband and
Will Not Be Comforted Younc De Les
sepa Gives t'p & Hook or Cyphers That
Contains Terrific Revelations The
Charges Af:tin!t the Panama Canal Bood
lera Deport That Bandits Have Cap
tured Austria's Kmpreas.
Paris, Jan. 10. On the eve of the open
ing of tbe great r;iiiama trial, the govern
ment has taken another decisive step by the
arrest of M. Baihnut. ex-minister of public
works. He was put under arrest after a
low interview with Magistrate Franque
ville. . Baihaut has heretofore been allowed
to go about under surveillance. There
was an exciting scene before the magis
trate examining the accused men yester
day, and in the course of it Charles de Ls
seps, either in temper or for revenge, final
ly, said to the judge: "In your search of
my house there was one thing you did not
find. In a false bottom to the drawer of
my desk is a memorandum book written in
cipher. I will write here now the key to
that cipher and you can send for the book
It will yield j-ou informan'on about some
things which have been said here."
Some "Terrific" Itevelntions.
De Lesseps wrote out the key and an
officer brought the book. Tbe revelations
which is yielded are described as terrific
It is indeed declared that the exposures
thus far made in connection with Panama
are as nothing compared with what is now
at hand. The magistrate would not allow
Baihaut to leave the room, lint after a ses
sion lasting till 8 o'clock he lommitted
him to Mazas prison. It remains to be
seen what will tie done after the m.asis-
trate has made known his discoveries to
the minister of justice ami the rest of the
"W ild Grief of a Devoted Wife.
M. Baihaut wnsa rcotnpar.ied to the office
of M. Franqucville by his wife, whose face
showed that she feared t he worst, lime. Bai
haut waited outside the office all day long,
and as thehours passed and Ler husband did
not appear she grew more worried and anx
ious. Finally M. Baihaut, who, as above
stated, had been placid under arrest, left
the office in charge of two detectives. He
passed close to his waiting wife, who, when
she saw Lim, threw herself at his feet and
attempted to cliii to him. She was almost
hysterical and it was with preat difficulty
that her husband and the officers persuad
ed Ir to arie, After a time she became
TTiDie clni a:i.l tier husband was taken to
the police bureau. M me. Baihaut ref used
to return to her home. Weeping bitterly,
she followed her husband to the police bu
reau, where ;ic was compelled to leave
Charges Afrniust the Accused.
The indictment against the accused
charges, first, that Charles de l-seps,
Marius Fontaine and M. Cottn employed
fraudulent means to persuade people to be
lieve in the existence of fallacious enter
prises and imaginary influence or credit,
thus causing divers persons to remit sub
scriptions that would not otherwise have
been given. That they tried to obtain sub
scripllons on false pretenses; that they mis
appropriated what money they did obtain.
It may here be said that the accused say
that they had to bribe the pi-ess and officials
to prevent them from "sandbagging" the
A CONSIDERATE BANDIT.
He Sacrifices tils Own Liberty to Save a
A.jaccio, Corsica, Jan. 10. The bandit
Albertino was captured by a party of gen
darmes and was being taken to prison
whn the escort" encountered- a heavily
ladcis cart in a narrow road bordering a
ravine. In order to enable the' prisoner to
pass in fafety the officer in' rommand
untied Lis hmds, Albertino profited by
the occasion nntJ rushed down the side of
the ravine. Shots were fired at him, but
he escaped unhurt. The following morn
ing' th3 oflicer went to tbe bandit's rela
tions and told them that his humanity was
the cause of the prisoner's escape and re
presented the danger he ran of being
punished for his humanity. Two days af
terward Albertino gave himself up and is
now in prison at Corte.
BRIGANDS BAG AN EMPRESS.
Elizaln-th of Austria Said to De Held for
Vienna, Jan. 10. An enormous sensa
tion lias been caused by the report that
Spanish brigands, have captured the Em
press Elizabeth of Austria, and propose to
hold the imperial lady for ransom. The
government professes to know nothing
about any such rumor, and nothing seems
to be known on the subject at Madrid.
LATER. The truth of the story concern
ing the capture of the Empress Elizabeth
by brigands is denied officially.
Leo Nominates His Successor.
Rome, Jan. 10. A sensation has been
caused here by the letter of Pope Leo to
the people of Bologna in which the pontiff
states that in nominating Cardinal Serfino
Vannutelli to be archbishop of Bologna ha
had obeyed the divine inspiration. The un
usual declaration on the part of the pope ii
regarded as tantamouat to designating
Cardinal Vannutelli as his successor in the
Chicago Suburban Hotel Burned.
Chicago. Jan. 10. The Harvey World's
Fair hotel at One Hundred and Forty-seventh
and Halstcad streets was destroyed by
fire last night, causing a loss of $90,000,
with an insurance of foO.OOO. Manager G.
P. Waring is of the opinion that the fire
was of incendiary origin. The building,
which wns almost ready for occupancy,
was a two-story structure and contained
J. I. Case' Stock Sold.
New York, Jan. 10. The trot ting stock
of the late breeder, J. I. Case, of Kacine,
Wis., was sold at auction here yesterday.
The prices realized were very low. Phalias
only brought 54.100 and Echora, dam of
Direct, but t-,3o0. Limia Sprague brought
$3,600. No other horse brought over $2,MX).
There were fifty-three head sold at an av
erage price of about ?0f0 per head.
Torchlights In China.
When Chinese boys have a torchlight
procession they carry fi.su skins for lan
terns. The skins are dried and beautifully
painted. Inside of them there is placed a
cafldleor a small nil Inmn Thau 1ifana
.JBreJisrJhaj oura,-iKan8a Gitj Jirop
.am a Ba. m m m
Castoria "Is Tr, Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
' and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Karcotic substance. It is n harmless substitute
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 the 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 tm acquainted. I hope the day ia not
far distant when mothers will consider the real
Interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of the variousquack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby seodtos
liem to premature, graves."
Da. J. F. KlNCHELOK,
The Centaur Company, T7
INCORPORATED CKDEB THK STATU LAW,
Roek Island Savings Bank,
BOOK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open datlj from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m., and Saturday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock.
Five per cent Interest paid on Deposits. Monev loaned on Personal. Co?
lateral, or Real Estate Security
? L MITCHELL,, Pres. t C. DBNKMANH, Vice-Pres. i. M. BTJTOBD, Oashler.
P. L, Mitchell, S . P. Reynolds, F.C.Denkmann. John Cmbangh. E.P, Boll,
Foil Mitchell, It. Simon, B. W. Burst, i. M. Baford.
Jacisoh A Hubst, Solicitors.
UT'Bec&ii business Jn'v S, 1890, and occupy the southeast comer of Mitchell L rede's new
" WE ARE ALWAYS IN IT WITH
THE FINEST OF
Bread, Cakes, Buns and Pies
In the city.
Delivery wagons always on the road. Parties desirous ol
having them stop at their residences, will please notify th
jams at onr piemises.
MUNBOE. DeBUE & ANDERSON,
J. T. DIXON,
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telephone Rock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or express
wagon and you will receive prompt attention,
TIMBERIaAKE & SPENCER, Props.
F. tJ . Hudson .
All kinds cf Carpentering promptly attended to. Estimates
Shop cor. First ave. and Seventeenth st.
IQavenport Business College,
COMPLETE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
FOR CATALOGUE ADDRE3S
J. C DUNCAN. Proprietor.
Roek Island Brass Foundry
AKD ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK,
Ar kinds of brass, bronse and al.minnm bronze casting, all shades and temtere Make
a specialty of brass metal'pattern and artistic work.
Siior t bo O ica-At 1811 First avenne, near Ferry landing, . HOCK BLAND.
J. MAGER, Proprietor:
;ucl-' S CREAM BALM-Cleaneea the Nasal I ihI L
PaKKe, Allaye Fain aud Infliuumation, Ileitis I ZSt rO7S
jtneboree, twtores Tsute sua Kmell. miiA Cores TARrtyt
f F A - 1
limb thm NnmtrilM. -
L . .
at. - -
" Castoria is so well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior to any prescription
known to me."
H. A. Archer, JL D.
Hi So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T.
" Our physicians in the children's depart
ment have spoken highly of tbeir experi
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
anil although wa only have among our
medical supplies what is known aj regular
products, yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor uiion it."
Vniteo HosrrrAi. -p Disrr.ssAHT,
Allen C. SaiTn, Prei.,
Murr ay Street, New York City.
r. J. Parkkb.
tor Cold In Head.
W tt. Qufctlf A btorb4xt I