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THE ARGUS, SATUltDAT, JULY 15, 1893
THE LIGHT FEE SYSTEM.
Moderate viidigca ui oucuaiibis 5Klliea in thf Tr-Pst.
ment of Difficult Cases. , :
it,.,,! Care and Attention at, Small .Cost 'and Medicine. Fufuished Ah
solutclv Free The Survival f tlie Fittest-Mr. Harrison
Fauth, the Cigar Maker, Gives Importai t Testimony.
l lii' i harjjes at the Stackhouse
y.lk'ul Institute arc always ruoder-
Thc fee fr a month's troatmcnl,
.clinliii all attendance, consnlta,
.iii. apjiaratus and medicines, is of
n much less than a patient is
to pay a druggist in the
,mr li nth of "time for tilling the pre
options of the family doctor.
A TYPICAL CASE.
l ,rriin r'HUth. t'igarmsker With Fertli-
nniiil llik, tilves HisTeittlinony.
Mr. Harrison Fauth, of No. 122
:.,!;. mi sirt'L't. Davennort. a cifiir.
i aki r cin!cyed at the manufactory 1
tcrililKl mi Jinan, uiu huu
w: W'i'st Seventh street, says:
Mi:. IIAKIMSON' FA I'TII.
I'., ii.ii' I began treatment with
': S'.h-I. liniise and his associates. I
mi YOU TRIED DRUGS AMD FAILED
TO FIND A CURE FOR
RHEUMATISM, LU&1SAGO, SC8ATICA,
KIDNEY, LIVEIR and BLADDER
CGrPLAiriTS, DYSPEPSIA, LAME-3ACK,&c.
r'lnn .,. fcu uirnnvTri iasiicnc
fvl CR. SAKDEN'S ELEGTRIS BELT
T.. i'n '! "nll "J'1 mnB' "t ro- Ilr. fSanden'a El vtrir Belt Is no experiment
;"T k i ior'd h"nanilto rnbut health and viior. alter oil oi her treatments failed. a e,in be
", DT hundreds of cases throushout tblsnnd other States.who would Kladly testify. auUiroiu lumj
u. wii iu we have etron letters bearing testimony to their recovery af cr uaiui; ou Jielt. )
WE HAVE CURED-THESE-WE CAN CURE YOU I
KEETOCB DEBILITY ASD WEAtXESS. I
r Jfr,'?tert M"rfetlon. As to myself I am a well
rii? nn one of yotirelertiie belts, and
m tiirti rmnnd. heavier than before nuliur it. 1 cbeer
luai aaj truUiMliy recommend vour belt.
11. K. Wn.PK.H. to Bhavmnt Avenne.
CENEUAL DEntLITT, NEKVOCSSKS.
. , McwiTTXxa, Wis., Antrust 7th. vm.
JV. " flnvw, Dear Sir The Electric belt 1 re
i'd i m you last Aprilhasdoneall itis recommended
"co I can say it has done more forme than all the
uSr1-. ; 1 have taken In three years. The time I rot
o, , J TV ,n m h"1 condluon. aurrcrlns; irreatly from
poti i Debility, nerveurness. Ac, and my blood was in
i. , !7..r '"JKliUon. I welKheil at the time 1 (rot tho
.iii,rmnrti. hutatpreaeutwritintrmy weltrht Is IK9.
HI f iaull Til" rVi. JiA i tX -t. hit, l esrBtr -Tneuanaen.lK-trl.: Bl
f.'Tr.h J;,T"h.M fi k twoyw aim wortcedtomy
b,ln"nf tim irSitirt iniJoVji??iS..fc KNT1R" SjiTMVACTIor . and I take litnn- in rweni-
rr.; .dronVrt?J5liD.'2S " any o.' my friend-wffo ar-.ffli. t..l . IIS
Bm 't.irUiKinanTaffliFtit nn 5t LV .kV; """"Mi'iruwcun or wnt-n tne dii is rnmmniimi.
to." AIr.TS'S'SSSil LtriS'J 'ff! Kuwry truly, .M. UAN.NA. Pres. Wra How Co.
THeTdrTS AN DEN ELECTRIC BELT
rornplato ralranle battery, mtie Into n belt o as to be easily worn durlne work or Btrcfrt.nncl It
"nthins. prolona-ed currents which are Instantly toll thrnutihot t all weak parts, or wo forfeit
5 i. IMIii. Ithaaan Improved Klrctric Haaponaory, theareatest ioon ever given weak men. and
l"7ITn, it to core any of thealnive weaknesses, and to enlarge ghrut ken limbs, or parts, or nioner
neiunried. They are rraded In strength to meet all stares of weaknets In youna, nmldle-agedor old.
i-ii. ui.a will cure the worst cases in two or throe months. Address for la!l information.
SANDEN ELECTRIC.CO.. 169 La Salle St., CHICAGO, ILL,
Itcmovcd to No. 58 State St., Opposite Mas-onic Temple.
THE NEW i
City 'Bus and Express Line.:
r'lpbor.i Rock Island or Harper Hotels for "bus or expresf
wagon and you will receive prompt attention.
TISI3EKLAKE & SPENCER, Prop.
SE1TEES & ANDERSON.
CONTRACTORS and BUlLDERb
All Kinds oi Carpenter Work Done.-
General Jobbing done on short notice and aauafactioa Rnarmnleed.
fio, And Slum 721 Twelfth Sti-t- ROCK ISLANI
B. F. DeGEABi,
Contractor and EJuilder.
flcc and 8hop 225 EiKhteenth Street. ; . Rock 7 1 slan
r"'1' !nds of carpenter work a .recllty. Pli nd iiUbihi for all kind of bnlldlM.
furnished on application
THAT WORKS EASILY, WORKS
SUCCESSFULLY." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
had been suflerinjr, for two years with
am unusually severe case of catarrh.
had constant ringing sounds In my
ears and becj.meWrly deaf. Spots
floated before toy eyes and headaches
were incessant. Icould sleep scarce
ly at all. It never seemed as though
I had slept e lough. '
'The treatment has completely
dispelled these symptoms and left
me enjoying better health than . I
have since the beginning of my
trouble over two years ago. The
Stackhouse treatment is pleasant,
mild and agreeable, and as to its
curative value, any one who knew
me a few months ago and will look at
me now, can testify."
Sfl I'KK MONTH.
Catarrh and kindred diseases . suc
cessfully treated and medicines fur
nished for l per month. Charges
for all other diseases always moder
ate. Consultation and examination
Stackhouse Medical Institute,
I'erniineotly located in
Ituoms 17 unci 18.
(First Floor. Take the Elevator.)
e, W. Corner or B-idy and Third Btritts,
DAVOrORT, IOWA, '
All cumble diseases treated with suc
cess. Specialties: Eve. Er. Nose,
Ttiront and Lunea; Nervou3 Disease?!
BU od Diseased and Skin Diseases.
' ucc:ssful tieatmcnt by mail. Write
fur umptr.m blunu. Consultation sot
Offlo-i Flours 9 tc 12 a m., 2 to 4 and
7 to 8 p. m.
Sun lsys 10 lo 13 a m. only . J
It. MATC DKX'S E1ECTJ7 IC BELT
w" i lectro HIi.cni tir Su-pi n.
mii-y will euro wnliuut medicine
;fi t1' "t tbi nbovi-troiiiiie. Thitp who
IjOHI'.. llritiiiK. I .AMI rtl n I. .....I
C- !i r v." u " " r s ' ve run,
jl'oor .Memory, nil l i'innlcConi.
imkii'ih. na iraral III health,
the i:'.m of abuse, cimwkh. worry
orexi.sure. will 0n.1roli.if and prompt
-'ire In our o:nrvr!'ius Invention,
wh.cr rpiirs but a trial to emivince
tli most 9koptlc.il. Iiilcnnnuicniir ef
fects yon tuny have tiintulv rain
vuurtvstcm ufnprve force aari vltiillti
S? -wb ch in electricity and thus
cnuse i ynurweuKiiesaoi laokor force.
If you replace Into your system tlic
elements thus drained, whicli aro re.
quire. lor viirnmunstrenuih. you will
remote the riiurnatiU dealt h. fftxenutta
and xi.vrwiil follow at onco. Tliir
Is our plan anil treatmout, and we
irv " :. 7 V J""P
FKOMyiiXalDuM OF M IEU PtOW CO.
MONSOFTII. II!.. Vt..
LAJLS BACK KUET B1SEAHE. AO.
CBtraoo, Octoher 17. V2.
rm. A. T. Bams. Iear Sir j This is to certify that I
nnvrt nsed the bandt a Electrie belt for lame bark and
kidney trouble, and ay to those afflicted that 1 hare
received a complete c ire. I mnstelieeriullvreotmmend
tuem- ours. 4c, J .MLB HILLS, ilth and Fraxiersta.
BCUMVES OS THE BELT TO ALL.
Eivuk Trr, Knnsas. October SOth.
Pr, A. T. Baitocn, In ar Sir, Voersof the 2; h in s aO
hand, and I will say In reply that your No. A lir. Fanden
Electric Belt haa iriv m jood satisf action and ha dono
me a wonderful (tot d. From now on 1 shall Uj3 it
every day, and knov Itwill brlnir me out all O. K. X
have (riven your belt it rood recommend to several hero,
lioviliffyou will sell r lany niorc, I am, yo'rrs truly,
B. B. Sl'fi .mif, Lock Box Ui, 8. S. Station.
Cook w anted at the Maucker house.
Try ice cream soda at Krell &
Cream served with every
soda at Krell & Math's.
I hosphates that do you good
uiiukni nreu a Math's.
. Ten good work horses for sale!
Apply to Elbert Mead, Sears' brick
I. D. Burgh went to Clinton this
afternoon to join his family and
spend Sunday. - j
We. serve pure fruit juice and crys
tal spring water in our soda. Re
member this and try Krell & Math's
Cheap lots for sale in South Rock
Island, on easy payments, taxes low,
location healthy. " Inquire of M. M.
Brigg3. t j
Take the Moline Central Prospect
park special outing train for a nice
ride on the new bluff road. Leaves
Harper house every evening at 7:30i
Commencing this evening the cars
on the Tower line leaving Kock Isl
and at 7 and7:3i) p. m. will run down
Second avenue as fat as Twelfth
There is a hair mattress on every
bed in the Hotel Delaware, Sixtv
Fourth street an.l Cottage Grove ave
nue. Chicago. O. M. Curtis repre
sents the hotel here. '.
A pleasant outing can bo had every
evening by taking the Moline Central
special excursion train that runs on
the Elm street line, through to Pros
pect park without change.
The Cordova Breeders' and Driv
ing association is getting things in
shape for its meeting .Sept. ID, 20
nd 21. It has a regular half-mile
track and oilers $70u in purses.
Mayor E. A. Hughes, of Clinton,
and James Berry, proprietor of the
Revere house of that city, were in
the city this morning, and called on
Mayor Medill. They have been at
tending the Davenport races.
Henry Nowack will open his sum
mer garden at Fourth avenue and
Fourth street on Saturday night.
There will ln ernipuri i i.o n..i,r
part of the evening followed liv franc
----- - V ' - .41 V1IV. V k. 1 1 I
ing. The garden will be open every
Saturday night hereafter.
TRANSFUSION OF BLOOD.
It Was Known to the Ancient Egyptians,
fr'yrlana and rrlans.
Transfusion of "blooi as practiced in
surgery is by no means a recent devel
opment in science. Medical records
show it to have been known to the
Egyptians, Syrians and Persians. Ic
the seventeenth century so many at
tempts were made in France, accom
panied by so many failures and fatali
ties, that the parliament of Persia de
clared against its legality. The ex
periments continued, however, ealf's
blood being substituted for the human.
The results were not encouraging, the
physitians not being aware that the
blood of animals injected into the
veins of another belonging to a
different species acted as a poison.
For 200 years the experiments
were discontinued, and then one
day, some years ago, the story
of the death of a young medical stu
dent named Eomain le Goff, while try
ing to save the life of a friend with
his own blood, created a great sensa- i
tion. A street in' Paris, named after
Le Goff, commemorates his brave
act- By this time the medical men
had learned that the blood must
neither be allowed to coagurate, nor
air suffered to enter the veins with it
Dr. Koussel, of Geneva, invented an
apparatus wnieh overcame both of the
above difficulties. Since that time the !
experiments have been continued with
remarkable success. Many lives
have been undoubtedly saved by it.
An old employe of the Theatre Fran
cais in Taris, named Dupnitch, Jias
given up his blood several times to
those in need of it for which he has
been awarded a magnificent gold:
medal by the French government.
At In nit v chanel. He v. R. V.
Sweet, rector, even sonr and Sun
day school at 2:30 p. m.
At Trinity church. Rev. R. F.
Sweet, rector, George Kaltenbach in
charge. Morning prayer and litany
at 10:45 a. ni. Sunday school at 9:l'o
a. in. Even song at 7:30 p. m.
At the Broadway Presbyterian,
Rev. W. S. Marquis, "pastor, services
at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sun
day school at 9:15 a. ni. Young peo
ple's meeting at 6:45 p. ni. South
Park chapel Sunday school at 3:30
At the Centra) Presbyterian,
preaching by the pastor, Rev. John
H. Kerr. Morning, subject: "Christ
ian growth." Evening subject, "Paul
at Athens." Sunday school at 11:45
a. m. ,Toung-people's praVer meeting
at 7 i-.m. ; . j
At the Christian, services conduct
ed by the pastor, Rev. T. W. Grafton
at 10:45 a. m. and 7:45 p. ni. Morrn
ing subject, "The Hope of. the
World." Evening: "Hypocrisy." Sun
day school at 9:15 a. m. Y. P. S. C
E. at 6:45 p. ni. 1 I
At the United Presbyteriari.preachi-
jug at iu:o a. m. Dy tne pastor, Rev
H. C. Marshall. Subject, "Harvest
the Reaping Time." Evening, "Phil-
uppians a ciuie &tutty.y Sunday
school at 9:30 a. m. Young people's
meeting at 7 p. m. . .
At thetlirst M. E. church, the
pastor, Rev. F. W. Merrell, will preach
at a: m. on "As a Man Think.
etn in ms Heart So is He." nd at
7:45' p. m. on "Samaria's Calf A
Lesson from the World's Fair." Sun
day school at 9:30 a. m. Young eo-
u-e meeting at 0:40 p. m.; -
J HE CAME FROM CHINA.
And Rnd Come ao Suddenly
Bothered a Lecture.
When Mrs Booth, the famous lec
turer, traveled through Maine, her at
tention was called by an awkward lit
tle boy who shuffled in at a way sta
tion and with the gall of innocence
sat himself down in the double seat
that Mrs. Booth had pre-empted.' She
smiled and divided an orange with
him. Then she quizzed the- shy little
strang-er in the rusty garments, i i
"Do yon travel much, my boy?''i j
"Never on the cars befor.?but
twict, marm." ; : j
"Is that so? Why, where do You
r"China! My! Aren't you a long way
. "Yes'm, but I brought my dinner
cos father said they'd ask like all cre
ation for anything to eat circus day."
: Mrs. Booth was very much worked
op, for the thought flashed across her
mind that this innocent-looking
youngster was guying her. She leaned
forward and asked very sternly:
"Little boy, when did you leave
"This morning, marm."
""What are you talking about? Where
"It's over beyond Waterville a piece.
Yon take the stage "
. But Mrs. Booth turned to' her book
without waiting for more information
upon the topography of Maine.
The Face on a Tombstone.
It is reported that a human face can
be traced on a tombstone in the ceme
tery at Stony Brook, Long Island.
When examined at short range there is
nothing peculiar about the grouping
of dark spots and veins in the marble,
but seen from a distance of thirty or
forty feet, the spots and lines all be
come part of a clearly outlined whole,
with lights and shadows producing a
regular face of average size. The face
appears on the back of the stone, and
the eyes seem to be looking down
upon the ground.
The ti'iiii!e of Diana at 'Epkesus was
125 feet long, 225 broad and with statues
tnd columns innumerable. Of this mag
nificent structure not a trace remains,
even of the foundations.
SURROUNDED BY MYSTERY!
A Great Mistake.
A r-mnt discovery is tout lioailacho,
fl - !:i'. ;, du!!i;es3, confusion of the mind,
ct are due to derangement 'of tlia rrve
i cntrs Which supply tho brain with lir-rvo
fo.-i-e; that i:i!hj04tion, dyspepsia, neural a.
;:: In stomach, etc., arise from tho Ccr. -ic-m
-nt of tho nerve centers supplying the-.j f::
ran with norvft fluid orforoe. This Js like- -
trim of many di-wuseR of the licart ttad lunus!
T!io nerve systi mtolike a telopraph svstp m,
il Will be seen bv thu amilr,nanvh,7
run Th lltt.ln r 3
v-iitte linos are
tho nervos which
"oivey tho norva
1- r a irum ine
I erve centers to
every part of tho
hotly, Just ns tho
electric r urrent Is
wires to every
station, larse or
phynlcian full to
regard this fact;
Instead of treat
ing the norvecc ti
ters for tho cause
o f tho disorders
they trout the
SI.. !., LL. B., tho
student of nervous diseases, and an her
, ..wm,4 trouiisra uu lav merer silOMM-t.
lonn since reuUzod tho truth of the first
foutemont, and hl9 Restorative Nerviue
is preparud on that principle. Its success
in curimi all discuses arising from derantre-"!-ut
of tho nervous system is wonder
iiu, its the thousands of unsolicited testinm
ii.als In lMwsussioii of tho company mmui'c-
i ""x. 10 rt-'r""dy amply prove.
lr. Allies' Iiestorutive Nervine Is a reliable
p iiietiy for ttu nervous disc-uses, i;in Ii as
ii adiiche, nervous debility, proM ration,
i; iiiessness, dizziness hysteria, sexuul le-
i'f-Y' BV. Vltus dauce, epilepsy, etc. It is
no.tt liy all druuKists on a posit ive Guarantee,
r font direct by the lr. Miles ftledical Co..
1 lktiart, Intl., on receipt of price, jl per bot
tle, six bottles for Si, express liivpaid.
itestorativ Nervine tMisitivcly coutitius no
cpiui4se or Uuni'vrous dru(!3.
H THOMAS 8ol -pent
, ., ' Rock IsUUlO. :
IsCUCatl. Ni MS STAIN. PBi vgNTS BTSICTUI
Una (.ONOHRMCIA d O LICET la u,i b Visa i
HDlCII'Vi: S.r MtUCOBSatBA fiHTf d.
fr.ldhVk. UKfGtilSTli. taiMw H-s7ti
ior -j.v..!"0tt'C' . " QB-
r mnrvrnv Sl-nrvna m i.k mmm M
ftL f 3 to o DAva s
jCCM ABSOUm CURE FOffv
fi . Q"ANDQ S:i
I S) WILL NOT OAU8E. "V '
I fSf STRICTURE, aokfop M '
ITC I VOPsIN NOaTsUM.1 J
VarsBsl n"rjCTi.n wtim uch lb I
i t. asvoairtsx I- I
: CrrJ ChiB.icl o, I
sas CbicasTO sou i'eona. k
That Ho I mil, umim i.i.hi .
. Ln ,ivNNW
THIRTY yMr' obiiTtlom of CsstorU with thi pttwnsg mt
millions; of pi-sons, parmlt m t apeak of it without fessfng..
It is waqviostlona'bly tho trest remedy for Infants and Children'
tho world has ever known.- 1 It is harmless. Children liho it. It
trlvos thorn health. It will save their live. In it Mothers havo'
something which is ahsolotely safe and practically perfsot as a
g- child's medicine.
Castoria destroys Worms.
C&storia aJlays Feyerlshness.
Castoria prevents vomiting Sonr Cnrd.
Castoria enres TMarrhoBa and Wind Colio.
Castoria relieves Teething Troubles,
Castoria cures Constipation and riatnlency. '
Castoria neutralises the effects of carbonic acid gas or poisonons air.
Castoria does not contain morphine, opium, or other narcotic property. '
Catofia assimilntes the food, ie?Tilats the stomach and towels,
frivins healthy and natnral sleep. r
C storia put up in one-siao hottles oly. It is not sold in hulk.
T'oat allow any oae to sell yon anything else on the plea or promise '
lgtHjsjnt as eoM" and1 will answer every pnrpose.w
gee that yen y-t C- A -S-T-O-R-I-A.
ftitrn atnij-e rf
Chi. carers Cry for
the: moline wagon,
Manulacturers oi FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A tall and complete line of Platform and other Spring Wagons, especially sasptea to tbe -
est era trade, of snpsriOT workmanship acd finish filnstrsted Price List fret on
spt-lication. See the MOUKX WAGON before pnrchaelng '
Heating and Ventilating Engineers,
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A complete line of Tipe, Brass Goods, Packing Hose,
Fire Brick Etc. Largest ind best equipped
establishment west of Chicago. ;
DAVIS BlAJUii. Moline, 111. j 112. 114 West Seventeenth et.
Telephone 2053. j Telephone 1148. EockMn.
Residence Telechoup 11 6
EverytMng in the line ' of spring vehicles, and the
largest assortment of
Harness, Laprobes, Whips, Etc.,
". AT -
Mason's Carriage Works,
East Fourth Street,
1 -ELY'S CEAM BALM Cleanses the K asal I JbIA
theeores, Kwtorts Tasw ssd eaeL and Cores ) rSsXTAROI
I Gives Kellef at ouce foTcSJdCSd.
I AIT1 th A'ottriU.- It U Onirldw Abtorbtd.
I He druggists or b j Bail. LX EKOS, M Warren 6U, . T.
JOHN ZONOSKT, -
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE, NO: 2821 SIXTH AVENUE. ;
Bhop on Vine Street ' BOCK ISLAND. ILL.,
is on every