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THE AUG US, WEDNESDAY. JULY 11), 1893.
RAIN - OR ; GIN ATE.
!t Does not Require any Further "Test" to Prove
H;i Th-imi Thoroughly Demonstrated in the Published Announcements
of the Stackhouse Medical Institute which Hare Been
Regularly Copied by Small-Fry "Specialists"
in Davenport and Other Cities.
lirains originate, apes imuaie.
Iu every department of human in-
trv; in every social circle ana
iiiVss community; in every. trade
, every profession mere are ieaa-
:ini there are followers.
lr. Stackhouse and the physicians
.....1 it- i ( li V I Ii.va Knan fixy
lilUU Mllll ,1111. 1. .1.1
;uiv years the acknowledged lead
- and greatest authorities in the
,,.,-ial lines of practice which they
ie ailopted and to which they de
ar themselves entirely and abso-
Tlu ir success has had no parallel
i the history of modern medicine,
lie published evidence of this suc
rss as presented to the people in the
lunins of the principal dailies has
;u! no precedent in modern newspa
The published announcements of
,. Stackhouse physicians have al
:ivs been made in a direct, straight
rward ami simple style that no
vador could by any possibility mis-
inilcrstanu. iv juacing oeiore wie
Liblic in the columns of our home
Jews papers the exact result of the
reatnient irom wecK 10 wees in me
uses of well known citizens. Dr.
l-iaekhouse has won the full conti-
ienee of the whole people in this
In almost every city may be found
:nal!-fry specialists," of whom the
wild never heard until thev dis
mayed their names in . the public
rint at so much per line. Unable
i imitate the superior treatment of
he trained specialists, they endeavor
y enpying as closely as possible the
ilvertising of their acknowledged
uperiors, to lure some of the afflict
l 1" their offices. We have a record
1 nearly one hundred of these self-
nnaiie . peeiaiisis w no use urazen
JTroiitery and assurance as substi-
:uics tor tiic(iiaiiiii'ations 01 apnvsi-
ian. and mimicry as a miserable
Make-shift for oriirinali! v.
They are to be found in Davenport:
nt this is Davenport's misfortune.
"t tier fault. J hey came without
n vi tut imi ami remain against the
rotc;t of intelligent, law-abiding
itizens. Knvioiis of the unbroken
ine of successes made iv Dr. Stack-
iise, they never ceat-e to make
aces at him and ins mutticai associ-
ites. Boasting of intimate conncc-
ion with great medical institutes in
large cities, they never name one of
;hem. May be that modesty forbids.
Alluding frequently and vaguely to
verv creat medical attainments and
a vast iield of experience thev sing
ularly refrain from publishing cre
dentials, and it is difficult to trace
i hem further than an obscure coun
try villiage in Jackson county, la.
But the crumbs that fall from the
table of the skilled specialists seem
to satisfy the practical, pretending,
plagarizing advertising doctors, and
we presume that like the poor, they
will be with us alwavs.
In March of this year, Dr. Stack-
house first announced a guarantee
tost in Nashville, Tenn., where one
if the southern offices of his insti
tute is located. The guarantee was
announced in the papers of Daven
port, Bock Island, and Moline during
the whole month of June. The success
this test is now talked of in onc
,alf the homes 'of Davenport, la.;
ock Island, Moline and Quincy,
ur I'ca'rd in his new chop.
IV" Lirlit phots a aproiulty.
City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telephone liock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or expre
wagon and you will receive prompt attention.
TIM3EULAKE li SPENCER, Prop.
SEIVER8 & ANDERSON.
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERb
All Kinds ol Carpenter Work Done.
General jobbing done on abort notice and saus acton guaranteed.
OBo n4 Sh 7SI Twalfth Strt- ' ROCK ISLAND
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor etnd Builder.
Ollice and Shop 225 Eighteenth Street
ROCK ISLAND, ILL
WAU kinds of Carpenter work a specialty. Plans and estimates for all kinds of bnildings
furnished on application.
'WHERE DIRT GATHERS, VASTE RULES."
GREAT SAVING RESULTS FROM THE USE OF
111.; Nashville, Tenn.; Springfield, O.;
Terre Haute, Fort Wavne and In
dianapolis, In I.; and all other cities,
where the test was conducted at the
offices of the Stackhouse Medical in
stitute. During this month, this style of
advertising is being used by adver
tising doctors in Davenport, Chica
go, and even in New York and Phil
adelphia. Brains originate, apes imitate.
ALL RIGHT NOW."
Another lnntai.ee or the Sacces or the
St-khouMe Treatment When All Other
"I had catarrhal trouble of 15
years' stand ng, but am now all
right," said Mr. Henry Kosenkranz,
of No. 1208 Harrison street, Daven
"Besides htving all the unpleasant
symptoms that characterize this
malady, therj was a discharge from
my right ear for 20 years. The phy
sicians of ti e Stackhouse Medical
institute removed a polypus from
the ear, and now it is well.
Mil. 11KNKT KOSKNKK.W..
The Stfckhouse treatment has
been infinitely more successful in the
eradication f my catarrhal troubles
than all the remedies and physicians
I ever tried 1 am highly pleased
with the tnaiment, for 1 am better
now than I have been for many
5 1'Klt MONTH.
Catarrh and kindred diseases suc
cessfully treated and medicines fur
nished for $5 per month. Charges
for all other diseases always moder
ate. Consultation and examination
Stackhouse Medical Institute,
Permanently located in
looms 17 and 18.
(First Tloor. Tsie the Elevator.)
, W. Corner or Brady and Third Btrstts,
All curable diseases treated with suc
cess. SpDcialtieE Eve, Ear. Nose,
Tnroat and Lungs; Nervous Diseases,
Blcod Diseases and Skin Diseases.
ucc2ssful treatment by mail. Write
for symptom blank. Consultation and
Offlca Hoirs 9 tc 12 a. m , 2 to 4 and
7 to 8 p. m .
Sundays 10 to 12 a m. only.
Opposite the Ol?. stani!.
Cook wanted at the Maucker house.
Try ice cream soda at Krell &
Wanted Carpenters, immediate r,
app'j at Club saloon.
Cream served with ererv -iass of
soda at Krell & Math's.
Phosphates that do you rood to
drink at Krell & Math's.
Wanted A competent girl, small
family. 730 Ninth street.
Wanted Fifteen carpenters at
once, apply at Club saloon.
A competent girl wanted. Good
wages. Apply 842 Nineteenth street.
Wanted Girl in small family, best
wages paid. Apply 1817 Fifth ave
good work horses for sale,
to Elbert Mead, Sears' brick
A good cook. Wages $5
Apply to Mrs. S. H. Velie,
Harry Laffler was able to be up
town yesterday, after a 3-weeks'
wrestle with the typo-malaria
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.
A valuable horse belonging to Peter
Fries ran into a barb wire fence, in
South Rock Island, a few evenings
ago, injuring itself so severely that
it was shot by Dr. Hanna.
The human family is ungrateful.
A week ago everyone was moaning
and groaning and complaining under
torrid temperature. But how few
have had sufficient appreciation of
the delightful weather of this week
to speak their praise of it?
Gowcn Bros., of Moline have pur
chased the Grammerstorf restaurant
at 1810 Second avenue and will take
possession at once, opening for busi
ness Saturday morning a lirst class
European restaurant which will be
open day and night thereafter.
The yellow cars from Englcwood,
east, take you to the corner of Sixty
third street and Cottage Grove ave
nue. The Hotel Deleware is on the
same block. Sixty-fourth street and
Cottage Grove avenue. O. M. Cur
tis, now in Rock Island, will be glad
to send you circulars fur your ad
dress. A subscription paper has lien
started in Moline to raise funds to
purchase the George Stephens and
s- W. Wheclock lawn and convert it
into a city park. Moline is very
anxious to have a park, but it is
placed in the same condition the peo
ple of the east portion of Rock Island
will be if the city don't secure a por
tion of the Columbian tract there is
no available land left.
Two men entered A. C. Billon's
jewelry store in Davenport yesterday
afternoon and asked to look at
watches. As the proprietor turned
his back to get a key one of them
snatched a lady 's gold watch from
the case. The proprietor's suspic
ions were aroused in an instant, and
hurrying around from behind the
counter, he attempted to seize the
fellow, but he made a break, shutting
the door in the proprietor's face, and
escaped across lots.
Sew Officers at the Capital.
Soma of the new public officials who
are making their debut on the public
stage have a great deal to learn. As a
rule officials acquire cerebral enlarge
ment in inverse ratio to the length of
their service. A new appointee gener
ally has an exaggerated and exalted no
tion of his own importance. It takes
time and the natural shillings of the
tides to bring him to a realizing sense of
the position he occupies and its relation
to others. Mr. Olney is an able lawyer
and a man of great ability, but he has
never before held public office and is in
clined to be both petulant and arrogant.
The other day Representative Moses of
Georgia called upon the attorney gen
eral to offer some suggestions about one
of the Georgia appointments under the
department of justice. When Moses
had 6tated his business, Attorney Gen
eral Olney said curtly:
"You will have to be brief."
Mr. Moses flared up. "Things have
reached a pretty pass," said he hotly,
"when a representative in congress can
be spoken to in that fashion by a cabinet
officer upon whom he has called on pub
lic business. I am not accustomed to be
told that I must be brief. Good morn
ing, sir," he added as he turned on his
heel and departed The attorney gen
eral realized that he had made a mis
take. He tried to correct it, but the
irate Georgian refused to listen. Wash
ington Cor. Cleveland Plain Dealer.
He Kerer Traveled' od a Train Before. '
It is hardly in the West one vtould
look for white people unacquainted
with railroads and telegraphs, but
Parson iuinn. the oldest settler in
Garfield county, Washington, who
went there thirty-three years ago,
eaw a railroad and took a ride on a
train two weeks ago for the first time
In his life. He has not been out of
the state since he entered it in a
prairie schooner. Two or three sim
ilar cases have been noted in the
Northwest within the past few
Would You be Attractive.
Yon must be healthy. Would you be healthy,
always keep within reach, ready for any emer
gency. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, the perfec
tion of phj sic! Headache, biliousness, conatipa
tion, a coated tongue, always indicate a torpid
liver. These magie Pellets act directly npon the
liver the fountain-head of many ills -correcting
all disorders, driving ou. all Imparities, stima
latine healthy action. The best Liver Pill",
mi d y (rivinp all the benefit and none of the dis
comfort of othi r pills.
COINTY l:ll! lixi.
17 J. C. II. Read to Mary A. Nut
ter, lot 3, and tract by nietes and
bounds in 38, 18, lw, $1,400.
Tabernacle Baptist church to Mary
A. Nutter, lot 7, and part lot S,
block 1, Christy & Grover's add.,
J. C. II. Read to Mary A. Nutter,
lot 2, and tract by metes and bounds
33, 18, lw, f2,900.
J. C. H. Read to Mary A. Nutter,
lot 3 and tract by metes and bounds,
33, 18, lw, $700.
18 C. F. Hemenway to Elmer
Huntoon, lot 2, block L, Prospect
C. P. Ryjler to J. C. H. Read, lot 2,
tract by metes and bounds in 33, 18,
Danief Zimmerman to Jamas Tew.
lots S and 4, block 1, Cordova, $50.
James L. Thomsou to DecorahTew
lots 4 and 5. block 5, Cordova, $165,
26. 17 Monroe Swank to J. C. Swank
nw sej and ne sw8, 18, le, $1.
17 Estate of Edward Carr Allen.
Letters of administration issued to
Arvilla Hayward Allen. Bond tiled
and approved. Clarence E. Nason,
George H. Huntoon and George
Arthur Stephens appointed apprais
ers. In Paint
the best,, ft
White Lead is best ; properly applied
it will not scale, chip, chalk, or rub
off; it firmly adheres to the wood and
forms a permanent base for repainting.
Paints which peel or scale have to be
removed by scraping or burning; before
satisfactory repainting can be done.
When buying it is important to obtain
properly made. Time has proven that
white lead made by the " Old Dutch "
process of slow corrosion possesses
qualities that cannot be obtained by
any other method of manufacture. This
process consumes four to six months
time, and produces the brands that
have given White Lead its character
as the standard paint.
"Southern" "Red Seal"
are standard brands of strictly pure
Lead mr.de by the " Old Dutch " pro
cess. You get the best in buying them.
You can produce any desired color by
tinting these brands of white lead with
National Lead Co.'s Pure White Lead
For sale by the most reliable dealers in Paints
If you are goinc to paint, it will pay you to
send to us for a book containing information
that may save you Ypany a dollar; it will
s-nly cost you a postal card to do so.
NATIONAL LEAD CO.,
1 Broadway, New Yoifc
Bute and Fifteenth Streets.
A tew and Complete Treatment, conflr i.e of
(WppoDitoriea, Ointment in Capn, also in Box
and Pills; A Positive Cure for .External, Blin 1 or
Bleeding Itchinu, Chronic. Recent or Hen-iitxry
Piles, Female wkakhissib and many oth.-r dis
eases ; it is al ays a great benefit to the general
health. The first discovery of a medical cure ren
dering au omTHt on with the knife unnecessary
hereafit-r TlAe Remedy has never been known
to fail pr hox, Sfor $5; sent by mail. Why
suffer from tint 'erriable disease when v ntten
euarante- ii jHwrtivly given with bottles. re
fund in- nviic-y if not cured. Send standi tor
'me ramp r. uaranlee talked by our agei : .
JAPANESE LIVEK. PELLETS
Acts like magic on the Stomach, Liver and Bw
els; dtsfeie lysiepia. Biliousness, Fever. Colds,
Nervous liisoriers,Sleepleesness,Losof Appetite,
restore tbe cctnplection; perfect di).-eiion fol
lows their use. 1'osiUve core for Sick Bkadacbi
and CoiiMipaiion. Small, mild, iay to take Large
Vialof So 'i!l SScents.
HARTZ A tJLLMEYEB Sole Agenv ttock Isl.
T H VfiOMAS
Rock I at ana.
If troo bled with GonorriuwiX
or any atinatural dtachan7aaa
f your druggist for a botO ol
Iwlihoutthe aid or publicity o:
doctor. Non-pofaonoua at
BUT u. it cures in a few da
iKuaranteed not to stricture.
1 Th$ Cnivertal American Can.
.The Irani Chemical Co.
V. S). A.
jCGk ABSOtUTS CURE PQs ,
fSf CrANDG g
I ?V w:ll not CAU8E fWl
( fZZl STRICTURE, ask ntil W I
ICCl ' 3 NO PAIN, NO STAIN, I J I
2JI iNSK-JCTIOKS WW tACH Ifff J
-i.C AT fc DRUOUSTS. 5 I
CVntral Cheruiral Oo
aaaX tbiemgo ana Peena.
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THIRTY yoavra opaerraflon of Catatorlat with the patronage, mt
mllllnna of persona, permit pa to apeak of it withont enestlpg.
It iu nnqnestionablj the boat remedy for Infanta and Childrom
the world haa ever known. It ia harmles. Children lite, ft. It
giTee them health. It will save their liTea, In It Mothera haw
omething which ia abaolwtely aavfe and practically perfect as a
Castorla rleatroy Worm.
Castorla allays Teveriahneaa.
Caatoria preventa vomiting Sonr Cnrd.
Castorla enrea DiarrhoBa and Wind Colic
Caatoria relieves; Teething Tronhlea.
Caatoria core Conatipatlon and Flatnlency.
Caatoria nentralleea the effects of carbonio acid gas or polaonons) air.
Caatoria does not conta'n morphine, opinm, or other narcotic property.
Caatoria aaajmilntes the food, legnlatea the stomach and pow1b
ftiving healthy and no.tnral sleep.
O aforla i pnt np in obs-mm bottle owly. It is not sold In Pnlk.
Don't allow any one to sell yon anything elae on the plea or promise,
that it isjnst as good " and M will answer every pnrpoae.w
See that ym f-t C- A. - S - T
Children Cry for
THE MOLINE WAGON,
Manufacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A full and complete line of Platform and other Spring Wagons, especially aaapteo. to the
estern trade, of superior workmanship and finish Illustrated Price List free on
application. Bee the MOLISS WAGON before purchasing
Heating and Ventilating Engineers,
Gas and Steam Fitting,
complete line oJ Hpe, Brass Goods, Packing Hoee,
Fire Brick Etc. Largest n& best equipped
establishment west of Chicago.
DAV1 b-LUUii. Moline, 111.
Everything in the line of spring vehicles, and the
largest assortment of
Harness, Laprobes, Whips, Etc.,
Mason's Carriage Works,
Eatt Fourth Street, - - DAVENPORT, IOWA.
-ELY'S CREAM BALM Clean aea the Nasal 1
I Paaaaicea, Allays 1'aln aud IaflammaUan. Heals I gr t
X. I the Sores. Kwtorrs Tsute and Hmrll, and Cares) IfSfittKXt
WOi Hi 1 L j . 1 rvV ' r I n I Y - &(
y I Gives iiflief at ouoe tot Cold In Head. I CC?A
I Amtp into th Xottrilt. It U OnitUp Abnorbed. I JLaVj
llMW- VruegisUorbyciaiL ELY BBOS.. 6tt Wanen St. M.T.I NW
raaaaicea, Allays 1'ain
I tbe Bores, Iteatorrs Taate and Kmpll, and C'a
Carpenter and Builder,
8hop on Vine Street.
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ia on every
1 12. 1 14 West Seventeenth st.
Telephone 1148. Rock Island.
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