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TIIE AUG US, TTEDXESDAT, JUNE 28, 18J3.
Last Week of
Dr. Stackhouse and Associates will Refund Your
Aloney it they do
l ew Days Remain to Come in Under the Absolute Guar
antee Take this Treatment and You Will Get Well; If
You Don't You Get Back Every Dollar raid.
Tlit iv i'.m be no more solid assur
ance that you will get well under the
treat nu-nt'of Dr. Stackhouse and his
sni:tt' than the June offer of a
('iiar:nti made by these physicians
ami hi kfd by the financial and pro
(t,.ii'ii:l standing of the Stackhouse
()n!v a few days now remain until
expiration of the test. Patients
wi-re allowed 30 days during which
thov iniht avail themselves of this
opportunity. At the close of office
tour at the Stackhouse Medical In
stitute Friday, June 80th. the test
terminate, and nil those whose
are not enrolled on the books
,,f tin' Institute will be deprived of
tl ;i. vantages oi the guarantee test.
Thi- guarantee is an innovation in
the I'tartiee of medicine. It is made
tiv lr. Stackhouse and his associates
t, r' ve beyond question, the cura
hilitv of chronic diseases. It is
ma'le to demonstrate, once and for
all. the superiority of the Stackhouse
treatment. It is made in recognition
,,f the right of the people to get
their money's worth ana to know
what they are paying for.
Tike this treatment and you will
If von don't, you will get back
i very dollar paid.
Hie Test tuarinte.
Every fee of $5 paid during
June lis received with the j-gree-nent
that it is to returned in
SO days if t ' e paiietit is not sat
isfied. CATARRH AND DYSPEPSIA.
Mr ;ll:tichT, of MiiliiH'. Is More Thnn
Satisfied 'With the Treatment.
Well known in Moline is Mr. Wil
ii:i!ii Gallagher, of the Union Mallea-
Stackhouse Medical Institute
Permanently located in Rooms 17 and IS.
WBIlTAKEIi BUILDING, S. V. Cor. Brjdy and Tttird Stieet
(FirstFioor. Take Elova-or.) DAVKSI'OKt. SA.
All curable diseases treated with success. Specialties: Kye, Kar.
Xose, Throat and Lungs; Nervous Diseases. Blood Diseases, an. 1 Skin
Successful treatment by mail. Write for symptom blank. Con
sultation and examination free.
Office Hours 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to 1 and 7 to 8 p. m. Sundays 10 to
12 m. onlv.
For the next 30 days
In Bedroom Suits. .
In order to reduce the immense line we
have to make room for other goods we must
sacrifice them. Come at once and secure
the best bargain that was ever offered in the
1525 and 1527
! now located In bit new shop.
W Light noes a specialty.
- Lame Dackf fte.
DR. StfDEH'S ELECTRIC CELT
With BIotro-Masnetlo SUSFCNSORY.
1 af at Patents I Bt IswraTOaaeata I
TO rare without umIMm all Wnlm KwWiif TOi
overtaxation of brain nrve foreest excesses or India
cetioa. aa nervous debility, slsepli iiih.i iantroor,
rheumatism, kidney. Iler mad bladdar complaints,
lame bick. lumbago, aciatlea. alt remain complaints,
-.-oneral 111 health, etc. This elertrto Belt contains
iinll hiriiMim ow all others. Current im
InstantJy felt by wearer or wa forfeit a,oaa. on, ana
will core all of the abov-diseases or no pay. Thoo
aanda have been cured trr tola marvelous Invention
after all other remedtee failed, and we triva huodrsda
of testimonials In thiaand every other mate.
Onr reaerral hiawal ELBCTBIO VarKITMKT. th.
greatest boon ever offered weak men. rRKB wHh.ll
Belu. stealth aa. Tleieae alfwfU OVAtUWTKKB la t.
aaaajx wend forUlus'd Famphlat.mailea.aiakst.faaa
SAMDCN KLKOTRIO CO.,
So. lfl Vm aMtUe ttt, CU1GAUU, IIX.
not Cure You.
ble Iron works. Mr. Gallagher is a
molder 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 and how he
was restored to health.
'Heeding the counsel of many
friends, I went to consult the -physicians
of the Stackhouse Medical In
stitute. When I began to take treat
ment there I commenced to get well.
Besides suffering from all the worst
symptoms of catarrh and dispepsia,
my mouth was constantly sore as a
result of the catarrhal troubles.
These symtoms have now disappear
ed and 1 feel well and strong.
'1 am more than satisfied with the
treatment, for it ha done me a vast
amount of good."
1?4 126 and 128
Opposite the Ote
m B.Q WINTER.
a m. mm
Wholesale Dealer and Import or of -
Wines and Liquors.
1616 nd 1618 Third At
SOMETHING OF A LIAR.
A. Young; Colored llarber Who Is la tile
In a Louisville barber shop is em
ployed a little boy to keep .the flies off
the patrons of the place in summer
and act as general utility man in the
winter. Having; nothing; else to occupy
his mind, he has developed a wonder
ful faculty for relating; marvelous
stories. He bids fair in time to out
rival Joe Mulhattan and several others .
xvho have become noted as prevarica
tors. IIis talent in this direction is so
marked, indeed, as to astonish the
patrons of the shop, whom he never
fails to regale with one of his choice
The other afternoon a gentleman
who was in a hurry to catch the train
took a seat in one of the chairs. He
had not got fairly settled in the big
cushions when the youthful story
teller, with a most serious counte
nance, began a new- work of the
"You are going away on the train,
ain't you, mister?" There was an as
"I suppose you must be goin' down
to Georgy this time 'o year. It's so
cold, you know. I used to live down
in Georgy with my gran' pa. Me an
him raised pop-corn together. We had
eighty acres in our farm, and on four
of them we raised pop-corn. When it
got ripe we shucked it and put it in a
big barn. It was hot an' the barn was
"One night it caught fire. The corn
popped and flew all over the farm un
til it looked like it had snowed. The
next morning when our old cow come
out o' her shed she saw the pop-corn
all over ever'thing, and, thintcin' it
was snow, she laid down and froze to
AMBITIOUS TO' HYPNOTIZE.
An Electrician's Kxperlence With as 'Pro
fessor" lu a Dime Museum.
Robert Kremer is a young man em
ployed by an electrical company. Re
cently he took a few lessons in hypno
tism from a 'professor" in a dime
museum. One night he tried his hyp
notic influence on one of the "pro
fessor's" subjects at his room in a
boarding house. According to his own
story, he suceeeled in pissing his sub
ject into the '"trance world," but was
unable to bring him back. He imme
diately sort for his teacher, but he,
too, soemoil powerless to re
store the man to consciousness.
Then Dr. Lofwrcfrood was called
to the house. The doctor 'ooked at
the patient for a moment and then told
the two men to throw a bucket of
water over him. The doctor left the
house after giving the order. The
'professor," acting on the physician's
suggestion, succeeded in a remark
ably short time in restoring the sub
ject to consciousness. The teacher
said that the man had been "in a hyp-'
notic lethargic cataleptic fit."
Dr. Lioewengood said to a reporter
recently that the case was a sham.
Young Kremer evidently believed he
had hypnotized his subject, but it was
all a scheme of the "professor" to ad
Kremer's landlady ordered him to
pack his trunk and leave her house.
He went to Hoboken, where his rela
Defense Against Hook Borrower.
A wise and venerable book-lover once
hit upon a cunning way in which to
defeat the nefarious book-bcrrovver.
He wrote the price, in plain figure, in
all his books, and when anybody asked
to borrow a volume he cheerfully
answered: "Yes, with pleasure." Then
he would add, looking at the fly-leaf,
' 'I see the price of this work is so-and-so
you may take it at this figure,
which will, of course, be refunded
when the book is returned." Those
who really wanted the books made no
objection to leaving the deposit, while
those who lazily wanted to avoid a
journey to the nearest library gener
ally failed to take the loan. The old
tleman's beautiful library was in this
way preserved intact.
Wasn't lironglit t p Kisht.
One of the most prominent and char
itable ladies of the West tells this
A big hulk of a boy, about IS j-ears
old and well dressed, came into her
presence and begged for "something
to eat for my mother."
"A boy of your age should be able
to work at something. My husband,
when as old as j-ou, worked at any
thing he could get to do that was hon
orable," insisted the lady.
"Yas," bawled the boy, "mebbe
your husband was raised tor work
but I waren't!"
That settled it! The lady gave him
a peck of meal and some bacon to con
tinue the growth and development of
TbU 1. Bla; Country.
Great Britain, European Turkey,
Switzerland, Denmark, Portugal and
Palestine could be placed within the
territorial limits of Texas, and with
plenty of room to spare. Belgium,
Holland and Greece do not contain as
much territory as Arkansas, while
Spain coincides in size with Mississippi.
Alabama and Georgia. Italy and Flor
ida are of one size, and Germany is the
same as Kentucky, Virginia, Tennessee
and North Carolina. All New England
could be accommodated in space in the
state of Washingrn snd Massachusetts
is not one-fourth tbe size of South
Could Not Afford It.
In a North Riding village lived an
elderly man who had been married
three times, but had been as often be
reaved. After the death of his third
wife a rumor was circulated as to a
fourth wedding. On being questioned
he replied in the following decisive
manner: "Naay, nut ah; what wf
marryin on 'em ar.' what wi' bury in
on 'em, it's ower expensive. Ah can't
affo'd it na mir."
torxTV nni DisH.
2i5. Sarah 1$. Uriiulle to Edward
Axelson, out lot 3G, 25, 10, le, $155.
C. C. Simmons to Clans A. Erick
soii, lot 10, block 2, li. Walker's
place, South Moline, $250.
27 Estate of Joseph Miller. In
ventory filed and approved.
Both Saint and Sinner.
It troubles tbe sinner and troubles tbe saint.
It's a troublesome, trjing atd nastj complaint.
Don't think it incnrablu; I tell you it ain't.
Excnse the grammar; it's the truth I'm after.
whether dramatically or nneramatirally told.
The truth Is, that catarrh can be caretl. The
proprietors of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy offer
$500 for an incurable case of catarrh In tbe
1 he eymptomsof catarrh: Headache, obstruc
tion of the nose, ilUchurgos faU:ng- nto tbe
throat, sometimes profuse, watery and acrid at
others, thick, tenaciou, muccu', puruiect.
bloody, putrid and offei sive. weak eyes, ringing
in the tars, deafness: offensive breath, rmell
end tafte Impaired, enl general debility. Only
a few f these rymptoms likely It hi present at
once. Dr. tage'S Remedy cure, the worst case'
Only 50 cents. Sold by drug-gists everywhere.
World's Fair Kates.
The Burlington route (C, li. & Q.
R. R.) will well round trip tickets
from Rock Isl and to Chicago and re
turn from April 25 to October 31,
1893, inclusive, at $8; final limit for
return November 15, 1893. Contin
uous going passage date of sale.
Continuous return passage on cr be
fore final limit. Children of live
years and under 12 years of age half
of above rates.
II. D. Mack. Div. Pass. Agt..
Rook Island, 111.
M. J. YoiNts, Agt., Rock Island.
makes no dif7eren :e what kind. Using
greasy and inferior soaps is one road
to premature decay sore hands
sore hearts clothes never clean.
Not so when
Is used. Cheerfully proceeds the
labor of wash-day with health and
long u'e assured. Hands all right
hearts ht clothes pure and white
as a Greenland snowdrift.
JAS. S. KIRK & CO., Chicago.
DnslyDI -"-4 Tar Soap.
Make- Skin Sefl
T THOMAS So!" -cent
"If troubled with Gonorrhoea!
r ale t. Wh i tea.8perm a torrhoeai
For any unnatural dtsrharfreaak
ry.v-.r ilniKRlst lor a Iwittle of
f ir It cures in a lw dtri
u;ihaliorpi.h!l,-ity of a
Mi-?-r. N'.in-polaonrxis ana
i cuurar.tervt not to '-trtura.
i ?. Vnivertal Amtrt--- Curt.
and how to attain It.
At last a medical work that tells the canses,'
describes the effects, points the rented v. Th i
is scientifically the most valuable, artistically
the most beautiful, medical book that has ap
peared for years : 96 pages, every paRe bearing
a half-tone illustration in tints. Some of the
subjects treated are Nervous Debility, Inrpo
tency. Sterility, Development, Varicocele, The
Husband, Those "intending Marnaee, etc.
Every man who would know tbe rrmnd truths,
the plain lacts, the old secrets, and the new
discoveries of medical science as applied to
married life, who would atone for past follies
and avoid future pitfalla, should write for this
wonderful little book. It will he sent free,
aaderserl. Address the 1 .' ' rra,
Erie Me.li-- 1 V : K !?aln, N. V.
jt 3 to a daysV P
jrCtfA4 ABSOLUTE CUKiI FOR
i&mlf VVH - NOT CAUSE Ti
PA,H- STA'N. if4 I
"JV- Ay.vjcri: nn cach ftj f
for Infants and Children.
THIuTT yaari' otserrattion ot Cavstorla with the pafaamaf mt
mlUlema of peiraona, permit na to ape.aJc of it wftkaat gttss aig.
It ia mqric.atlonlly the 1eat rsmsdy for Tyta and CfcUAr
the world hay e-rer- fcnovrn. It la har-mleaa. CThfldf like it. It
srtyea them health. It will aare their liroa. In it Mothers) hmTO
aomethina; which la aheolsttely aafo asd pravctloaJIy perfect s at
Co-atorlm deatroy Worms.
Caatorim avllaya Ferertahneaa.
Caatoria proTenta omltlng Sour Card.
Caatoria onroa Piarrhoaa and Wind Colic
Caatoria rellevea Teething Trochlea.
Caatoria c tires Constipation and Flatulency.
Caatoria nentraUaea the effects of carhonlo aeld gas or polaonona air.
Caatoria does not contain morphine, opium, or other nareotio property.
Caatoria aaaimllatea the food, regnlatea the atomach and howela,
giving healthy and natnral sleep.
C-atorla ia pnt tip In one-alao hottlea only. It ia not aold in ihnlh.
Don't allow any one to sell yon anything elao on the ploa or promlae)
that it ia"Jnst aa good w and " will answer every pnrposa."
See that yon get C-A-S-T-O-R-I-A.
Children Cry for
THS MOLINE WAGON.
Manufacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
a full and complete line of Platform and other Spring Waeons, especially aaaptea to the
vestcm trade, of rnperior workmanehlD ar d Unlet illustrated Price List free oo
aui'iication. Bee the MOLINE WAGON before oorchaaing
Heating and Ventilating Engineers.
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A complete lina ot i'ipe. Brass Goods, PackiDg Ho6e,
Fire Brick Etc. Largest nd best equipped
eetablisliment west of Chicago.
DA Via ti-L.UO.ri. Moline, Dl. I 1 la. 1 14 West Seventeenth st.
Telephone 2053. I Telephone 1148. Boekian.
R.etldenoe Teleohone 1 1 6t
Evrryihing in the line of spring vehicles, and the
largest assortment of
Harness, Laprobes, Whips, Etc.,
Mason's Carriage Works,
East Fourth Street.
-A. HAND SAW IS A GOOD THING, BUT NOT TO
IS THE PROPER THING
f ci vo roriU RiLM ricaasM the STaaml
I ruMMCM, Allays PaJn
IthsBomt, HMorH isms
Azm'V into th XottriU.
50c iruggiBU or by oaiL ELY
- in-iT us n wur m i wm J
ia on every
sad Iiflsmmstlss, HaaJa
sna nmeii. V
for tJold la .
It s thickly Absorbed. I
BBOS H WaOCB St., H. T.
is ltaj LrTi r ym
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