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THE ARGUS, SAT U 3 1 DAT , JUNE 24, 1893.
Last Week of the Guarantee.
pr. Stackhouse and Associates will Refund Your
Money if they do not Cure You.
1 iv D:iys Remain to Come in Under the Absolute 4iuar
.siitce Take this Treatment and You Will Get Well; If
You Don't You Get Hack Every Dollar Paid.
hie Iron works. Mr. Gallagher is a
inohler by occupation, and when em
ployed at Moline stops at the Union
After stating that he had quite a
severe case of nasal catarrh, pharyn
gitis and dyspepsia for three years,
he thus related where anil how he
was restored to health.
, iv i':t'i 110 more solid assur
ti,:it volt will get well under the
:;i, tn "f Dr. .Stackhouse and his
'.v.,. than the June olTer of a
made by these physicians
!,.., K,'.l by the financial and pro
landing of the Stackhouse
t-v lavs now remain until
. :. '.ration of the test. Patients
:"!i'vcd :0 days during which
tlit-v M;L:'!it avail themselves of this
! r. nit v. At the close of oflico
I,!,;.!-- :ii the Stackhouse Medical In
!;,t, l-'riday, June 30th. the test
i, rminatc, and all those whose
ii -i in :'ro '"' enrolled on the books
,.), Institute will be deprived of
.(,,. :i i vantage i the guarantee test.
Tli; i'iarantce is an innovation in
In .::u i'u"c of medicine. It is made
lv l'-'- tackhouse and hi:j associates
;,, jii-: . (. beyond question, the cura
v tf chronic diseases. It is
i, demonstrate, onc' and for
ill. :!: superiority of the Stackhouse
meiit. It is made in recognition
'In' rilit of the people to get
dn'lr in-'tiev's worth and to know
uh:i: thi v are paving for.
T-,kf this treatment and
will get back
!: ,iu don't, vou
, . r il il'ar paiil.
1 hi' Tint tSuitrniitw.
Every fet of $5 paid during
.lime is ivceive-d with the agree
uc:i: that it is t b- retutiifd in
:j days if t e patient is not art
CATARRH AND DYSPEPSIA.
llr l.uiliiirlii-r. of Motlne. I More Than
islirtl With tin- Trr'.ltuu-lit.
We'. i known in Molinc is Mr. Wil
:.i (ialiirlu r. of tlie Union Mallea-
Heeding the counsel of many
friends, I went to consult the 'physi
cians of the Stackhouse Medical In
stitute. When I began to take treat
ment there 1 commenced to get well.
Hesides'suflVring from all the worst
symptoms of catarrh and dispepsia.
my mouth was constantly Sure as a
result of the catarrhal troubles.
These symtonis have now disappear
ed and 1 feel well and strong.
-I am more than satisfied with the
treatment, for it has' done me a vast
amount of good."'
Stackhouse Medical Institute
Permanently located in Kooms 17 and 1.
WBIi'TAKKR BUILDING, N. V Cor Bra.ly and Third Streets
l Firs: Floor. Take Elevator.) HAVKSl'OItt, EA.
All curable diseases treated with succes.-.. Specialties: Eye, Ear.
Nose. Throat and Lungs; Nervous Diseases, Blood Diseases, and Skin
Successful treatment by mail. Write for symptom blank, t'un
Itatioit and examination free.
(Mice Hours 9 to 1-2 a. m., -' to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m. Sundavs 1 to
HAVE YOU TRIED DRUGS AND FAILED
TO FIND A CI HE FOIi
RHEUMATISM, LUMBAGO, SCIATICA,
KIDNEY, LIVER and BLADDER
COMPLAINTS, DYSPEPSIA, LAME-BACK, &e.
DR. SAM)EVS ElECTHIC BELT
with Electro nlacnrtir upfii
try will cure without medicine
all of tb atorotrmiiies. Triune wtio
nulTer from N rrvouw Debilitr.
l.cmaea. llrainH. JiOMi ttlnnlioail.
: N rrvmiDeRi I ! ermiipKW,
l'or Memory nil r vnui le t nm
pluintM, and ernrrul 111 health,
the effects of atitise.i. expenses, worry
or ex insure, will flixl relief uii1 prompt
cure lit our marvelous invent ion.
h.ch retUir but r 1 riul to convince
the nj ast skeptical, lu icnomnceor ef
fects you may have uti-uly draiiit'tj
yiurvteni of nerve ft tree and vitani y
which is rJer! ricii y and thus
chum'U yourweitktiesBorlackof force.
If ou replace iMo your system the
elenit-Tits thus iiicl, which are re.
:uirtMt for vitrorousntrentiii, you will
remove t lie :iu.ciul l.t;Jiii. strenvili
ami vieoi wi I f-iliow nl once. Tin
is Mir hin und tr' a'ineTir. and wc
L'l'nii.nti't' u tiitm rr rt'lt.lid umnev
Onr iOO pne hook 4t Til TtKK CI. A E OF IHE?f."' M-o;i..i h r.-n.i hr every yftuii,
miildlearel and !! mnn. sent sealed, free. Je. Saiuh'n'n F.leetrir Hell js ti" cperiin:ni,
ns we have restored t hoe nils to robust heali h and viiror. ait er i.fl i iter 1 rent me it s i.Mie.1. nt- can ho
shown by huiitlredH .f cji?-s tlir'nct""t t liiituiitt mlivr St.itps.wlm wiiud KlUy t-nt ity. and Iruru many
of wh'jiii we Laventro::2 letters bonrin testimony to tliuir recovery after u.-iur; our Jirlt.
WE HAVS CURED THEE
ISEBTOrs BEBIilXy AXI WEAKNESS. I
Cltl?n IMPms. Wich.. Novrmbprl-t. 1S9C.
Tir. A. T. Hashev. I i.r Kir : 111 r.')ly to your l:ite
fnMjr havi-to ay thut I th!::lc vor.rlir. fiaiiden Kiti-i.t
1. II i-no ..f tin- rnairat invention of tliBinr.tiemli
cnturv.nntl ronsitl-T il aniot iow'rtulairrt forrutl
ii-n-tnif tlii-nianv atllirtMi on ihi.-Honrtli, nnd I know u;nt
ti:nni;b m wveru! of year Ixitn liavo ren sola, to tli
I irtii'V prootest natlsfartiDii. As to myp-lf I nm a.
rn.m to-tl;y from wnnfitnpcf yuireltH'trir btlt'i.ftinl
a ':i thirty fKinmls litaviiT than brruro li-iug it. 1 cuetr
talis uuu trutlituhv ri'fimiinml jour twit.
ii. K. ViLAilJi,J bbuiiuiut Avenue.
CE5EEAI. DCEILITT, SEKTOrSXESS.
MH.WAnnnt, Vrj Anmit ?th. l'S.
IR. A. T. Eimm, Ix-.ir Bir t Tl Ki.-otrm U lt 1 rt
iv.d from you lust April hamlononll Ilia rmimmi'iiiM.
t.. no. I can rav tt haa done mun f.irno-than oil tlio
n ilu-lno I hav'otiiknn in thrve y.-nrs. Tim timi' I Bt
t:- oolt I m In a. bail conilition. ailtrcrin trmitly from
If n.'tal liebilitv.niTvou-ncyj. cnuJ niv blood waii lll
v. v poor eondition- I -riifhil nt th. time lfcot tlu
t- ! 1i: ponnilH, but. ntpre"cnt r rlt:nrr my weiirht I ir.i.
E-VJE CAW CL'SS YOU !
FEOAi irilESIXtEN I' M lEli rT.vv CO.
rK. A. T. TPnrEir -V.o'Saniien tnn Iilt
t.-1i i-h I .irr.-h.-jH-i! of ou twoy--"rs ai:o worxvd to my
I.NTine Stikfction. a. ill I luke plvnmn' in mMii-ni-in:in
it to arvi'fn'i frieni. who an n!T't'"l itri
oiltio'H's tor tli" r;in- of whtrh tlio t'lt in rt'i"ii:m'Tn!' U
lours very truly, WSl. ll.vN'NA, Prrs. W i:r i'i.i Co,
Sa.31E JJACK3K1I)AET DISEASE, AC.
Cntt-AOO, flrt.itirlT. 'OS.
Pn. A.T. P.isnrv. Per Pin This l.i to irtify that I
hnvo esrl tic bund. Ml i:i c-trio Delt for lain- h irii .anil
kioiify tronbh;. mi't mt t.. thnpo ntTllc'-Tl that 1 novo
rf-MVtd a ni.l.'Otf.ii. 1 Ttioat lit.TluilT t' 'niiiM'na
lutiu- inir,4e., J.vMLS 3IiLX.S. 7tll aua iiaiOcl la.
Ki-tlWJIENDS THE BELT TO AXX
Prrr, Kansas. (Mnlw 'lllth.
Pr. A. T. Banhk:i. In-ur Sir.- .nirsof tl 'a ili"l. at
tiiinil. nnil 1 will uiy In n'flv that your ?o. c. Iir. .-aii'lcn
KltKitrie Iti-lt lias rlv-n uikm! satisfaction un:l na.i o-inr
nic a wonderful (rood. From now oil 1 fliail 110 iv
every dav. and knoa It will brtTijr me out nl k. K. L
liav.'irivcn ytnr belt a irood neii'ni''ud t twver::l ucro.
lujyUAi: you wi 1 ninnv n'lTe. 1 an. vonr. ii
THE OKm 9ANUKH tUViiilW I
1" a fnmnlPte Mlvnnlc bnttory. mailo Into a bolt no na to bff easily worn dtirlnir work or atrcst. nnfl it
v..r.tlmipTo"0fiKel enVrents wlneh are Instntitly lelt tliroimlimit all weak pnrta. or we triet
?Jsl it f,Jl .Tl mnrniril F.lfctric SnupeuMory. the crentest boon over piven weak n-on.aiid.
SauEnnt rt """ toenlnrKB ahrmikei, Imibs. or parts. ur ll iifr
ltrTund?d Th"yrepraded In atrenBth to n.eetall st..Ke8 of weakness ... younir. nnUdle-aBedorolO.
"ei and will cure tbVworst caaea In two or three mouth. Address lor lull information.
jSANDEN ELECTRIC CO. 1 69 La Salle St., CHICAGO, ILL,
Wholesale DcaTer and Imjicrter of
Wines and Liquors
1C1G n.d 1618 TLird Av
A new and Complete Treatment, consisting of
Suppositories. Ointment in Capsnln, also in Box
and Pills; A Positive Cure for External, Blind or
Bleeditm Itchiii!;, Chronic. Kecent or Hereditary
Piles, Female wkakxesheb and mr.ny other n
AHHes : it is alwava a frreat henefit to the ceneml
health. The f irnt discovery ota medical cure ren
dering an operation with the knife unnecessary
hereafter. This ltcmedy has never been known
to fall. H per box, 6 for Sft; sent bv mall. Why
suffer from this terriable disease when a written
iraarantee is positivly given with bottles, to re
fund the money if not cared. Send stamp for
f me samale. Guarantee lasaed by onr agent.
JAPANESE LIVER PELLETS
Acts like maple on the Stomach, Liver and Bw
es; dispels uyspepsia. Biliousness, Kever, Colds
Nervous DiBordere.Sleeplessness.Loes of Appetite
. .. ..1 . . . .... Hicrestlon fill
reawrvs luc tumiireviiuu, iiuiioi.. " ' o,'
lows their nse. Positive enre for Sick Hbadacbb
and Constipation, bmall, mild, easy to take. Large
viainoi du rule n.cuir. .
HARTZ A TJCLMKYEK Sole Agenu Bock lsl
t Trinity ohrincl, lU-v. K. F.
Sweot, rector, even sonjj ami Sun
lay school nt 2:30 p. m.
At Trinity church. Key. K. F.
Sweet, rector, celebration at 7 a. m.,
Matins ami litany at 10:45 a. m. Even
sonjrat 7:30 p. m.
At the United Presbyterian, preach-
inir at 10:45 a. m. and 7:45 p. ni..
by Key. Mr. Story, of Xenia. Ohio,
seminary. Sunday school at 9:30 a.
m. Young people's meeting at 0:45
At the Central Presbyterian,
preaching by the pastor. Key. John
H. Kerr. Morninjr subject: "Prac
tical Christianity." Sunday school at
11:45 A. M. Young people's prayer
meeting at 7 r. n.
At the First Baptist, Rev. C. E.
Tavl or. Ph. 1). Regular services,
morning and evening at usual lio.irs.
Sunday school at 9:15 a. m. Young
people's meeting at 6:30 p. m. Sun
day school at tlie Forty-fourth street
chapel at 3 p. in., F. M. Sinnet.
At the First M. E. church, the
pastor. Rev. F. W. Merrell, will preach
at 10:45 a. m. on "The World's fair
and the Sabbath," and at 7:45 p. m.
on "America's Obligation to the Lit
tle Red School House." Sunday
school at 9:30 a. ni. Young
people's meeting at 6:45 p. m.
At the Broadway Presbyterian, Rev.
W. S- Marquis, pastor, preaching at
10:45a. m. St. Paul's First Recorded
Sermon. At 7:30 p. m.. Rev. T. B.
Wilson, pastor of the Congregational
church, of Moline, will occupy the
pulpit. Theme. "(Jnats and Camels."
Sunday school at 9:15 a. in. Young
people's meeting at 6:45 p. m.
South Park Sunday chool at 2:30
One Uxperinir In l.lft-tlrae.
An ol.l lady, wifet'f a bank president, has
one l:npt's;::i-j t.-. n. !.:fe as he does un
ceasiii!;! y ( '.: :-in:cii.- :i.lveutiire of her life.
But that wo:- -:i!i':i ii-ntly exciting t; last
throuKhoiii nr. luilmary ixistence. Her
home w as ciitcM-.l not hm; am ly a Kiina
of burulur a liosr f;rch was for her son,
the c;ii-lnei, t.- ipiii the .;ile for them in the
bank next il. nr
At Mlit .! I he you:: mail K .l away, with
revolvers ivniteil :.t 1-.:.- hi .ui a;:d Mi!ii''.a;il
ed by ilcsjierate niiir-I.ek! i:u-:i. his ni-t!:T's
frisht arul Iiorriu fi:::i.l vt i:t it; c;:es
and a ia.MO!i of tf.-ir.
The rest of the fa::: II v wi-re paitsieil. I.'tml
1 to i'.a:rs. he w;i- : uii
: 'I- :ii;il wati r lel t i:h;se
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able to send a list of nol less than 60
words will be awarded a prize valued
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therm tiimCure in a Day.
"Mvstic Cur"" f""- rheumatism and
neuralgia radically cures in out-, to
three days. Its action upon the sys
tern is remarkable and mysterious.
It removes at once the cause and the
disease immediately disappears. The
first dose greatly benefits 75 cents.
Otto tiitoT.iAN". Druggist,
cuffed anil ...
to a beit ami .
No ime f'si' to..:. :.i:v '
but as t !u ; : ra:: .-e .nsi..
of the ii::V:.i!:s hasliiy
where she 1.: . . .:c ,'e.t '
t-t.vivfled i !.. '.. :
ha,l a iri'Ui:. 1 i : e '
An iiK'l.l.'M si- n nia::t ie that it tinea not
rhiii i rue. wtiicti it New Ytuk Timei.
i not ice of her,
. moved oil one
;;peii luck to
..ml kissed her
: ::i her ear, "I
I will offer for sale at public auc
tion on July 21. 193. on the prem
ises at number 1S23 Second auenue.
Rock Island, 111., (unless previously
sold at private sale) the stock of hard
ware and store lixttires belonging to
the cstateof llt niy Housnian. 1 will
also receive private bids for the stock
and lixtures at any time previous to
the above date. Said bids will be
subject to the approval of the judge
of the probate court of Rock Island
Terms of sale, cash on delivery of
goods. J. R. Johnston.
Rock Island. June 2ith, 1X93.
sebnol Ulectiim Nut Ire
Notice Is hereby eiven that on Tuesday, June
i7, A. D., ISiW. i "the city of Kock Isla. d, Illi
nois, an ele.;t on will be held for two meniliers
of the Hoard of Education, which eUction w ill be
nncne I at S o'clock n the nioruinir and continue
thereafter until T o'clock in the afternoon cf that
VOT1NU ri Al'l s
Vot. rs of .he First ward will vole at the Frank
lin hose house, loc te;i In said w t-d.
Vi. ttft s of the Second ward will vote at the
Phoenix hose house 1 cated in said ward.
Voters of the Third ward will voe Ht the Wide
awake hose house, located in said waid.
Voters of l lie Fourth waul will vate at the
FHni'ck iiverv sta"le, located 'n said ward.
Voters of the fifth ward will vote at the Fifth
Ward hoe liou-e.
Voter of the -ixth wa-d will vo:e at the Cable
hoP lioii'e. liM:ated in said ward
Vott rs of the seven: h wirJ will v. it at the
Gilpin hose lions . Invited in said war.:.
The several polling places utx vc imni-d will lie
open on Tnesday, June li. and Tu rilay, J rue tf.l,
ls'.W, for ihe purp-jsc of r.'tr:stra' inn of voti-
T.J. M lam.L. Jr.. Mayor
Hoc 'si in '. HI-, June !i, ls'.W.
ri rpcttial Motion Not IVrpel mil.
IVrpuitiaJ mot ioa tines not neeessarily
mean 'a. i:iae!ii::e tliat will rim tei'iieliial!y.
That i-i ihe liti-rul iitettnins of t he term, but
inventors do not bind themselves stiietly
to it.. It is not -:::. ;.osed 1 o be possible to
do away with irieiion, theielore nothing
can lie jierpeunu. The eoninionly accepted
uitaniii;; of perpetual motion is u mechau
ism that will operate itself.
Many men havcyonecra.y iuthe attempt
to Invent such a device. The youn Span
iard who has invented a clock which he
thinks will solve the problem has u strange
ly suguestive name for a -".u who is trying
to accomplish what t" wirld has failed
in. lie calls hiis -- Luua! New York
CUauce In Great Inventions.
There can be uo doubt that many an in
ventor, wit h one object in view, has fre
quently lieeu upon the brink of wonderful
discoveries uud passed theui by uncon
sciously. Unquestionably great discover
ies which would have been of incalculable
value to hutnauity have thus been delayed
uud left for ages to come, when some fortu
nate inventor may discover the process
which will make his fortune and euliyhtea
the world. The accidental discoveries iu
the past demonstrate this fact. Boston
Style In Several Countries.
In Etfypt or at Constantinople style con
sists iu the quantity of far and fine clothes
a lady Ciin put ou without danger of suffo
cation. Here it is otherwise and consists
In the quantity she can put off without the
risk of f rceziiiK. A Chinese lady is thought
prodigal of her charms if she exposes the
tip of her nose or the ends of her fingers to
the ardent gao of bystanders. Philadel
phia Times. ,
The mystery has been solved at last;
' Our teeth no longer need decay,
All troubles of the mouth are past.
By Sozodont they're swept away;
And young and old may smile secure.
With lips and teeth so bright and
A Rcbnke For the Elder Qnincy.
Threescore years ago, when the elder
Quincy represented Massachusetts in the
lower house at Washington, he was noted
as one of the leaders of the Hartford con
vention wing of the Federal party, ia sym
pathy with Harrison Gray Otis, John Quin
cy Adams, Timothy Bigelow and others,
lie was a fearless partisan and on more
than one occasion gave mortal offense to
both political sides of the house. He par
ticularly drew the fire of John Randolph of
Roanoke. At the ch se of one cf Qumcy's
caustic speeches, Randolph arose, and point
ing Lis index linger (a favorite gesture) to
ward Quincy said, The speaker, the gen
tleman from Massachusetts, soils the very
carpet on which he btands." Huston Ga-iselte.
A I. ttlo Fatfccrly ? Cv cc
f ever Jon marry." sii 1 :.n oU uen: I Lilian to
his ton. "let it be a woman who li i-jiitt.iieut
enouirh to ri erintend the getting of i u;. ai, as-.e
t Dou.tili. dres herself, pride enou-h to wah
her face, anil cse i noupli to ue Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription, whenever s!ie need it."
The experience f the aed ha shown the '"Fa
vorite Prescriptioi." to he the best for the cue
of itll female weak ii.-s-es an! iler uiirenients
1 sense is shown I v irettiii'j the leinrily from
? onr ilnii:isi. anil rsiir
and dt-lii Hated. It wiil
pnsi ly do harm.
hen vi u toi l iwk
iov'rornte a'. U cannot
is a dreadful tiling
i ndoubtedly caused by the irritating
.Ttects of dirt.
Outbreaks, and crime generally, are
rever possible among people who are
iddicted to tb t use of "
The great soother of angry passions
the promoter of health and good
feeling. Cleans everything injures
nothing don't be afraid to use KIRK'S
Soap on the most delicate fabrics.
JVSS. S. Itlltlt CO., Chicago.
Dusky Diamond Tar Soap A 6"r;nrbbplex'
fM ABSL07E CORI PRL
CtSfif IVHU NOT CA'JSE. Kr?l
OnTal Chtaaieal . c,
n THOMAS Sol cent
teas m a i&m Bfie
UUICU. i.-Ji. ikltOBUBllSA Vlilll.j.
i7 -w- i. i
for Infants and Children.
THIRTY years ooaervation of Caatorta vrlth the patronavge of
millioni of perion, permit os to apeak of it without gniaalng.
It la unquestionably the best remedy for Infants and Children
the world haa ever known. It la harmlea. Children lihe it. It
ejves them health. It will aave their livea. In it Mothers have,
something which is ahsolntely safe and practically perfect a a
Caatoria destroys 'Worms.
Castoria allays reveriahness.
Caatoria prevents vomiting Sonr Cnr6S
Castoria enres Diarrhoea and "Wind Colio.
Castoria relieves Teething Tronblen.
Castoria cures Constipation and flatulency.
Castoria neutralises the effects of carbonic acid gas or poisonone air.
Castoria does not contain morphine, opinm, or other narcotio property.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach and bowels,
giving healthy and natural sleep.
Castoria is put up in ono-aiao bottles only. It is not sold inihnlh.
Don't allow any one to sell you anything else on the plea or promise
that it is "just as good and "will answer every purpose."
See that you fret C-A-S-T-O-R-I-A.
is on every
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
rTXT- TJrnT TMT? W A fin 1M
The Moline Wagon Co.,
Manulacturers ol FARM. SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A fall and complete line of Platform and other Spring W aeons, especially adapted to tb
vtritn trade, of superior workmanship ard finlst Illustrated Price List free on
apt lication. See the MOLINK WAGON before purchasing
Heating and Ventilating-Engineers.
Gas and Steam Fitting,
. complete linr or I'ipe, Brass Goods, FackiDg Hose,
Fire Brick Etc. Largest -nd best equipped
establishment west of Chicago.
DAVia tsiutii. Moline, HI. I 1 12. 1 14 West Serenteentb 6t.
Telephone 2053. I Telephone 1148. Kockislan.
Residence TeleDhone 1 1 6W
Kv-ry thing iu thy line of spring vehicles, and the
'argeat assortment of
Harness, Laprobes, Whips, Etc.,
T k SkTkT tl aO A rTT A riTI TT7M1TTCI
East Fourth Street.
"A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BAR
GAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES
c i ve rnrlM Rat M flennse tbe IVnRal P
Paiiiiaei.AUa)S l ulu and IntlHinmatlun, llealsl ff. I-TlA
the Sores, Bftorf Tantf Rii mrll. and ort-s; lfrf ' Ar V VO
rjIvesKeuTfat onie fur J11 in Hal. I V5
JJu .'. t . mtril . It. ia Ljitirkhi Abmorbrd.
90c. jbraggists or by cxxO. ELY LltOb., &o Warren tiu, Y.