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THE A UG US, SATURDAY , JULY 22, 1893.
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!t Does not Require any Further "Test
H-.K lWn 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.
l!r:ii ! originate, apes imitate.
... cvt ry department of human in-
itrv: in every social circle ana
isim'ss community; in every trade
i vt iy profession there are lead-
there are lollowers.
pr. Stackhouse and the physicians
-Mn-Kitcil with him have been for
;ln years the acknowledged lead
and greatest authorities in the
ncrial lines of practice which they
ie a'ioptoil and to which thev de-
,tc uiemseives entirely ami anso.
Tli'eir success has had no parallel
,s tlie history of modern medicine,
flu- published evidence of this sue
. as presented to the people in the
.'luiinis of the principal dailies has
nil 11" precedent in modern newspa
The published announcements of
it- Siaekhouse physicians have nl
'. av been made in a direct, straight
.invard and simple style that no
vai.-r could by any possibility mis-nili'i'.-tund.
l?y jdacing before the
libiie in the columns of our home
i'vpapers the exact result of the
"aluieiit from week to week in the
I-.-- of well known citizens. Dr.
a c-khouse has won the full cotiti-
iiue of the whole people in this
In almost every city may be found
aiali-fry specialists." of whom the
. -1-J i 1 never heard until they dis.
laved their names in the public
ilnt-at so much per line. Unable
imitate the superior treatment of
hi trained specialists, they endeavor
, copying as closely as possible the
d vert Uing of their acknow ledged
i :pi rior. to lure some of the afllict
I t ' their ollices. We have a record
! nearly one hundred of these sclf
naib' specialist.-." 'no use brazen
nterv and assurance as uli.-ti-
for tlieiii:ililic:itlons of a phyi-
i!s. ami mimicrv as a miserable
nake-r-liii'; for orii iiiili ;y . j
Tliev an- i be toiiud in Davenport:
in this i I i.iveu poriV iniiorniiie. i
lot her fault. They came without
nvitatiou ami remain agam-i iiie iliau
protect of intelligent, law-a.b'nlin J ever
citizens. l-.nvioe.s of the unb:okc; ; with the t
line of su'cese inade by Dr, Stack- now llian
one. iiie neei ce;'e in IliaKC Yt';U'
laces at him and hir- inedical associ
ates. 1'ioastiiig of intimate connec
tion with great medical institutes in
large cities, they never name one of
them. May be that modesty forbids.
Alluding frequently and vaguely to
very great medical attainments and
a vast lield of experience, the' sing
ularly refrain from publishing cre
dentials, and it is dillieult to trace
tliein further than an obscure coun
try villiage in Jackson county, la.
Hut 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
111. ; Nash villa, Tenn. ; Springfield, O. :
Terre Haute, Fort Wayne and In
dianapolis, Ind.; and all other cities,
where the test was conducted at the
offices of the Stackhouse Medical in
stitute. During th s 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 Iiwt nice of the Sucre f the
Stackhouse Treatment When All other
'I had catarrhal trouble of 15
years1 standing, but am now all
right," said Mr. Henry Iloscnkranz,
of No. 1208 Harrison street, Daven
port. "Besides having all the unpleasant
symptoms that characterize this
malady, there was a discharge from
my right ear for 20 years. The phy
sicians of the Stackhouse Medical
institute removed a polypus from
the ear. and now it is well.
v.u. ii;:!;v i;iskn ki;an..
The :aekhoiise treatment has
n infinitely more successful in the
j eradicating of my catarrhal troubles
remedies and physicians
1 am highly pleased
atment, for I am better
1 have been for manv
ti ll :
will be with us alwavs.
In March of this year, Dr. Stack
lioiise first announced a guarantee
tet in Nashville. Tenn., where one
of the southern ollices of his insti
tute i located. The guarantee was
announced in the papers of Daven
port. Kock Island, and Moline during
the whole month of June. The success
of this test is now talked of in one
half tin- homes of Davenport, la.;
I!oek Island. Moline and Quincv,
Catarrh and kindred diseases suc
cesMiilly t rented and medicines fur
nished for 5 per month. 'Charges
for all otl er diseases always moder
ate. Consultation and examination
Stackhouse Medical Institute,
Permanently located in
Rooms 17 and 18.
(Flt Floor. Take the Elevator.)
f , W. Corner of Brady and Third Btraels,
All curable diseases treated with suc
cess. Specialties: Eve, Ear. Nose,
Throat aid Lungs; Nervous Diseases,
Blcod Diseases aiid Skin Diseases.
t-ucc'ss'ul treatment by mail. Write
for symptom blaDK. Consultation and
Offics Fours 9 tc 12 a. m., 2 to 4 and
7 to 8 p. ra .
Sunday -i 10 to 12 a m. only.
HAVE 00 TRIED DBBS3 AK9 TO LEO
TO KIM) A ("'lit: For.
RHEUMATISM!, LUMBAGO, SCIATICA,
KIDNEY, LIVER arsd SLAOSER
COMPLAINTS, DYSPEPSIA, LAsVnE-BAC&jfce.
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srt5? & fe.t.'i'.r'ijj?' .V 2' . i.!i...:r-j. i-ii.. !..,..:
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S&GjtttA .;vA-. -r.C.'rS 5'..i:r-v.:i!U.,IliiTV.'f.T.;.'ui.;!vu.i
ijSfll"1'.- -T9' i ft - ' ' ' .?' 'PSWa: vtiifli i rli'cn-ii iiy ami t.
inai t ciinvmoo
If ym rit,a-' into your f yatem the
e!niop tJuis d.ainoti, which an; ro
u;iivU ;ir vifjrirtiusstrt-rsiilj. yu w;ii
rctmtVH t)io :iiirHH' liei.itli. ?troici h
oud vic'i'r nt 1 it'llon- ar, otce. Thv
a or.r i ami trt'at;.:cut, and we
L'lllliilMM.'C II :iiu i lilClilJ MiKIif
'"ir ynn pnen book "TIITtEE CUSSES OP 5IF.?:.-' :'imiil lir"rt by evi-iy yoimr,
"iillf'.niiPd ami , mnn. Bent nenletl, ime. Ir. SuimIh'w EN'rtric licit 13 r.n ivf enmt-ii'.
" " liv restored thoiisiimtatu robnt hrnltti nna vieor, ait r ill c.tlier trciann'r.is .ul"l.. inn be
jr.wn i,r hundreds of caepMhrotinli"ii. t hi ofhI other Mnicp.v lio would k.ailiy Ustiiy. m.iUUuui n;iiuy
"Uuia we huvoatronx letters bearii!(t testimony to their recovery nlltr usms our ltlt.
WE HAVE CU R EDTH ESE W E0 AM CURE YOU!
KEBVOrs BEBIUTT AXD TEAK5ES8. I FnOMD'KEBlDiail F WIEU rtOUT CO.
I MoNM.imi.Ill., Oi-t.t.
. JTiuiro lUrrns, Mlch.,KownWlt, 18M. T)r. a.T.vxvbk, TVsrSir VaeSanden Llretne Blt
' or li'nTot ""ih ,l,iar.filr '-'n fP'y 2 yTT lntl"! chIpr-hK-riof you twoyonra ago worked to my
Jfitnrv h "tt tnTentioDof tl.e nlnenth inenilmc it to ny of my frirnls who arfl!i-ti with
aiimenisio-inrrureoT wnicnne wiiwiTcuniniriwru,
Yours Tcry truly, nil. 11ANNA, Pres. V. ler flow Co,
LAM1Z HACK, tlD.NEY DISEASE, AC.
Cbtcaoo, October 17.
PK. A.T. SABTilW, IVr Plrr Thm is to certify that I
hnve uyed i he gandeii EUretrio belt for lame bsck and
kidney troi ble, ami my to those afflicted that I have
received a nmpletecure. I niorteheerfullyrecommenil
xhau. Voire, Ac, JAMES IHLLS, 7th and Frauer a.
Hi-l OUME D8 T11E BELT TO ALL.
Kiinu nrr, Kansas. October toth. 189
Pr. A. T. !lAKr. learSir, Yoursof tlielBftth iu4t..'iafi
haml.aedi will say in reply that your No. . I"r. Sandt-n
Klectne Hi It bas (riven good satisfaction and has done
me a woniertul (rood. From now on 1 shall use it
every day. and knon it will bnnir me oat all O. K. I
havovrn yonrbelta, (rood recommend to several hero.
unr'. Inn ranvnii.. - ..i ...... . i
i . k """ D'ied on this earth, ami 1 know that'
r -iri ? n, of your belt have been sold, to the
er,, ViLf"1'?""1 ""'action, as to mrwlf I am a well
a'n ,i ?Z y ,rom yearlnc onoof vour electric belts, ami
t2i,'iSU""?Vl,hv''lr tlian before uingi:. lebeer
and iruUifuliv rcromn.cnd vour brlt.
II. h. WlUiLU, no fihawmut Avcnuo.
. MiLWArKE, Wis., Arnmst7th.lRi.
enZt f'-J- BlTOT1. Lx-r Bir i The Electric belt I re
t ''"n '0'' last April hasdoneall it is recommended
ninlirt,,.. ii La5' " na" don more forme than all the
Ike bVit I i . Mlfn ,n thr years. The time I tot
f-Deri rti T. condition. sutTerintr preatly from
ir'" debility, nertaasneas Ar- mnii r,,Z Slnod wss In
I' Mj wliin.i"''!1'?'''. Ieirrie.i at the time 1 (tot the
, theTdr-sanden electric belt
QS.OiTil'onirotl currents which are Instantly lelt throuKhont all weak partt. or we forfeit
. It I,.. . ... - . ' ,L. m..,uI hnilllMSr , tMivMkmHi.ind
9 "arrant ,i. improweu r.lrclnc nuspensiiry, msreare Tf"". r'T. -A.-. -.rT. ai
teluniri11 ' c,,re any of the above weaknesses, and toenl true shrunken limbs, or Parts, or nioner
ten.,..i':. They are eraded In strenirth to meet all taxes c f weakness In yonnB, middle-aged or old
. " " eure the worst cases Id two or three montna. Aldresa lor I!J iniormanon. . ,
nocN ELECTRlC.CO..".l69LaSalleSt.. CHICACOriLL,
Huiuoved. to No. 58 State St., Opposite Masonic Temple.
Cook wanted at theMauckorhou.se.
Try iee cream soila at Krcll &
Cream served with every
soda at Krell & Math's.
Phosphates that do vou "ood to
drink at Krell & Math's".
A competent girl wanted. Good
wages. Apply 842 Nineteenth street.
Ten good work horses for sale.
Apply to Elbert Mead, Sears' brick
Bleuer's band will give a band con
cert in Spencer square cxt Tuesdav
Miss Maggie Gaetjer has accepted
a position at Wright & Greenawalt's
Something good to eat can be had
at Gowen .Bros., European restaur
ant. No. 1810 Second avenue.
The Eberhart quartette will sing
at the B. Y. P. U. at the First Bap
tist church tomorrow evening.
Fred Hass returned this morning
from his visit to St. Paul. His fam
ily will return in about a week.
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 Uoek
Island, on easy payments, taxes low,
location healthy. " Inquire of M. M.
Henry Nowack's garden at Fourth
avenue and Fourth street will be
open every Saturday evening. A
pleasant place to spend an evening.
Good music and dancing.
lour.g men's meeting at the Y. M
C A. at I o clock tomorrow after
noon, s. J. Wooiliii will sneak upon
the topic, "Christian Fellowship."
All young men are invited.
The Oakdalc club will give another
of its delight ful dancing entertain
ments at Black Hawk's Tower on
Wednesday evening Aug. i for
which invitations are being sent out.
The Kock Island Citizens" Improve
ment association meets in i-pccial
session this evening to consider the
proposition to give a banquet at the
Tower in the near future. The at
tendance of all members is desired.
Kooms have wire screens, hair
mattresses :nnl carpets at the
Ielaware. Outside rooms have awn
ings. Bath rooms on each Hour,
charge to engage rooms. s?l.
lay. Sixty-fourth Mrect and
tage Grove avenue.
The manv friends of Mrs. H
c tnxrv KUILDIXU
July 20 J. W. Potter to J. J.
Keimers, interest in South Park add
Rock Island, $1.
21 E. D. Sweeney et al to August
Anderson, lot 6, block 1, Sweeney &
Jackson's Fourth add., Moline, 450.
S. M. Campbell to George Down
ing, Sr., et al part lots 5 and 6, block
63, Lower add., llock Island, f ,254.
July 21 Inquisition of insanity of
Samuel McConneil. Petition for "in
quisition by EmmaMcConnell. Writ
issued to sheriff to bring person, al
leged to be insane, before the court
at the court house at 3:30 p. m. Pa
tient brought into court. Notified in
person by the judge as to the nature
of the application and his rights ex
plained to him. Jury empanneled
and sworn, and hearing. Verdict,
insane and a private patient. Or
dered committed to the Central Illi
nois insane hospital.
Estate of Henry S. Shurtleff. Peti
tion by Barzillai M. Shurtleff and
William L. Shurtleff for letters of
administration. Bond filed and ap
proved and letters issued to them.
A. B. E. Adams, A.A Adams and
Frank Mitchell appointed appraisers.
Would You be Attractive.
Yon mui be ties thy. Would you be healthy,
always ki cp within reach, ready for any emer
gency, Dr Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, the jicrfeo
ron ofphjsic! Headache, biliousness, constipa
lion, a coated toncne, always indicate a torpid
liver. These rohfc'ic Pellets act d'rectly njion the
ilver the fountain-head of many ills correcting
all disorders, dmiug ou all impurities, stimu
lating hcullhy action. The best Liver Pill?,
mildly giving all the benefit t.nd -one o the dis
comfort of other pills.
& m m a
IliKiter will be griev.l to learn
her il :;l li at her home at Roxluirv.
Mass. Mrs. Hunter made a host "of
friends in and about Milan while on
a viMt last August to her son. F. S.
Hunter, who was at that time one of
the engineers on the Hennepin canal.
A. Benedict, the former Rock Isl
and citizen who now resides in Cali
fornia, is showing his interest in the
city by making improvements on his
property here. Besides the hand
some new front and other improve
ments he is putting upon the Spei
del drug store, he lias also made
some substantial repairs on the
building occupied by McNcvin &
Pearsall Bros. (George and Jerry)
are working somewhat into the' horse
buying business, in addition to their
Russian liniment and Condition pow
ders, for which they have worked up
a large sale. F. P." Weyerhauser, of
Rock Island, asked the boys to buv
him a team of line driving horses,
and the result was they have secured
a pair of the best matched heavy
4-year-old roadsters to be seen in
this part of the country. Mr. Wey
erhauser took them at $400, and miiv
the boys have orders from others for
similar deals. Port Bvron Globe.
At Trinity chapel, Rev. R. F.
Sweet, rector, even song 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. m. Sunday school at 9:15
a. m. Even song at 7:150 p. ni.
At the Christian, services at 10:15
a. m. and 7:45 p. m. Preaching at
both services by Rev. A. M. Haggard,
of Colfax. Iowa. Sunday school at
V:l.j a. m. 1. I'. S. C. K. at 0:45
At the United Presbyterian. preach
ing at 1:15 a. m. by the pastor. Rev.
H. C. Marshall. Morning subject,
'Philip, the Deacon.' Evening.
"Victories.' Sunday school at 9:30
a. m. Young people's meeting at 7
At the Central Presbyterian,
preaching by the pastor. Rev. John
II. Kerr. Morning, subject: "The
Sabbath Vindicated; The j Christians
Present Responsibility." Evening,
"Paul at Corinth." "Sunday school
at 11:45 a. in. Young people's pray
er meeting at 7 p. m.
At the First M. E. church, the
pastor. Rev. F. W. Merrell. will preach
at 10:45 a. ra. on "The Friendship
of the World Enmity With God;" and
at 7:45 p. m. on -Inconsistencies in
Religion." Sunday school at 9:30 a.
m. Young people's meeting at 6:45
At the First Baptist, preaching
morning and evening by the pastor.
Rev. C. E. Taylor, Ph. D. Subject
for morning. "Hungering and Thirst
ing After Righteousness;" evening,
"Agents of Evil Accursed." Sunday
school at 9:15 a. m., C. L. Williams,
superintendent. B. Y. P. U. meeting
at 6:45 p. m.. Miss Bertha Williams,
leader. Topic: "The Union Anni
versary." Report of the Indianapolis
convention. Sunday school at the
Forty-fourth street chapel at 3 p. m.,
F. M. Sinnett, superintendent.
fy'.dii Eearlacho end relieve all the troubles iocfr
dent to a bilious Btate of the system, suoh 03
Xuzzlncss, I.iusca, Drowsiness. Distress after
rating, ruin in the Bido, &o. While their mceO
TCEaikal-lo euccejs lias been shown in c'cz
ncuffart.o, yet Carter's Littlo Liver TiU3 arci
t.ual! r .'.lunl)lc in Constiiiation. crn-ini' nud Tra
veling tLisuuiirviriRCOuipluint, while tii'aisd
c;' rrct k sUUisor.i.ji iiof thop toraaiUtiiur.l:.te this
1 .v. r end xeguiato iiie bowels. von i. tL-y only
l ufcr from lui i distressing complaint; but rorta-::-.U"!y
lvhcnce try tiietn will find these little pill- ralu
nbie in soiany ways that they wiU not bo
Jjng to do wulibct tliuin. But after all6iukb2.1t
Is?hs bane of bo scany lives that here la xriiera.
t7emake our reat boast. Onrpillscttrait'whila
Others do not.
Carter's Littlo Liver Pills are very stv' - !t !r- l
very easy to kiiia. One or two pills inakt,.. .Ion.
IThoy are otrictly vegetable and do no. tripo or
purge, but by their gentle action please all !io
use them. In vials at 25 cents; hvefJl. yol4
by drcgi3ts jvoryftiiere, or sunt by 1 U.
CARTER TELICIM" CO., V Vf K.
U1ALI f'i: 411 OQSF , fP'VCE
3 to 'J DAY
A.N A35DLU1E CURil
WILL fOT CAUSE
C" I if ! I UK C AS.K FOR 1
' e .' so . o 4TA:k.
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T H THOMAS
Our PIBPHCTTOH BTRIXOB frw vlth trtry bst
M CLEAN. Pon Dot 8TA1N. PBLVENT8 8TBI0TUI
Cans tiONORRHOiA and OI.KFT In In Fuea C'
AljtllCK CUKf: rt.r .RUOOKailOSA or THITKS.
Sohlbroil OKUGOIHTS. BDl toanr Addmuibr flJL.
"'rii r " :' crpiij cc srA j. UB
1nsan Persons Restore
Dr .KLINE'S GREAT
r7rtBRAlN.VNFRVB DlSBASBS. Only sur
ruT far A'me jlrftcttont. J-'ttsm J:PiPsy, etc.
iNFALUBLBiXUkcn s dircrtd. J't i ll mftt
first day' t tre. Trc.itie nl j rriAl botiie free to
Fit patients, Uiry pavm express ch.n;cfs on -when
r-.-civd. S;rul nairi'-s, I. O. ai-l rpre' adjress of
vH-f- tc nH.KLlSli.on A-hSt..l luiAdflp'-iia.Pa.
U 1 mm akBk
235 Wis. Street
tsltlney 1 roubles, etc., wtlhona rllal
llrsia. NoCO.D. Circulator rJ-.nl. .all or
write aa above fur fymptom llliinkanoam roc.
. The ernrlaaMlma fnitfrHPrA ot .
1 fuoon ierrtmn Camion l urafj.1 '
EKSI&N all odors for the handkerchief
U rnpiiiir SAMPLE DTTlt FILE IOC mo i
( LRrUPir.' stamps. Addniaa.
'p'e PERU PKUC CO.? MilwauksiB. W1.r
for Infants and Children.
THIRTY years' obse.r-ra.tioa of Ca.torU with th ptiwggrf
millions of poraoan, permit to spoaik of it withont arneaaljar.
It is mqmotioMlly tho "boat romody for Imfojita and CMldro
the world aa over known. It is harnsloa a. Cnlldron llko It. It
girea thorn health. It will aaro their IItok. In it Mothers Vmro
aomethina; which ahoolaitely aavfo avaid practicoJly perfect mm aa
Coatorin destroy "Worms.
Caatoria avllsiya Feveiriahjneaa.
Castor! av prevents vomitino; Soar Cord.
Caatoria enrei Plarrhrea and Wind Colio.
Caatoria relievos Teething Troubles.
Caatoria cores Constipation and Flatulency.
' Caatoria nentralieea the effects of car Don to acid gats or poiaonons air.
Castoria does not conta'n morphine, opitrm, or other narcotic property.
Castoria assimilntes the food, Tegnlates the stomach and Dowels,
rjvjrcrjiealyand natnral sleep.
C a-orln. p-qt up in oiy-wlTe "bottler ovily. It is not sold in hnlh
"Pon't allow any one to soil yot anything else on the plea or promise
12jtisjnt as Rd and will answer every pnrpose."
Sec that V"n -t C- A-S-T-O-R-I-A.
- on every
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
THE MOLINE WAGON;
The Mine Wagon Co. ,
Manulacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A fall and complet line of Platform and other Spring Wagons, especially adapted to U
.V estcm trade, of superior workmanship ard finien Olnetrated Price List free on
application. Bee the MOLINB WAGON before Durchaeing
Heating and Ventilating Engineers,
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A complete line o? Tipe, Brass Goods, Packing Hose,
Fire Brick Etc. Largest ind best equipped
establishment west of Chicago
1 12. 1 14 West Seventeenth et.
Telephone 1148. RocklaUn.
Residence TeleDhone 1 1 6&
DAVIS bl-Lii. Moline, 111
Everything in the line of spring vehicles, and the
largest assortment of
Harness, Laprobes, Whips, Etc.,
Mason's Carriage Works,
Eaet Fourth Street. - - DAVENPORT, IOWA.
a a 1 7 v i i v I v i n n n ir
u wam raixi nil nl n y'wM
X.. S Civcs li li t t ouce fr UoUl in licad. C$$ I
'a I A pplf into tlie Smtrila. It U ifuirkly Ab-jrbed. I JLswKy'4
50c lirujs'sta or by taail. ELY 1JKOS., ii arrcn St., A". Y. I J Xfe' 50rJ
ELY'S CREAM BALM-Cleansea the Nasal
Paaatiejeft, AUa j-aJn atiu Jnnammaaon,
the sores, JCrtorea Taste and Smell, and
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE. NO: 2821 SIXTH AVENUE,
8hop on Vine Street BOCK ISLAND, ILL.
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