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! Li AINS- O K
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Does not Require any Further "Test" to Prove
H:i-i Bt-on Thoroughly DenAiiItrfcted
of the Slackhouse Aleilicat
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y Copied by Smaly--' 7"
irain oriiij 4e8fmjf afc. 1 Ill.j'grSlc, TAftitih5eW b
'i ,v, r.V.U prtment of .human ,n- Terre ItetUe, Fori -Wran ' n-
trv; ; every social circle and dianapoJO. Ind.; aftd aA?r itiS.
.' eonimun.tv; in every tr wh'ere tXeUcst wa&otfaucfc? a the
, ,V(.rr ,i..o there re ga offices (Hhoac&oifse MedkI in,
anil tlr.' rJ follower, I g stitute JU ;. '! - 1
r. !.-i-lli"l,sc anrt tne physicians
with him have been for
nv vr:ir the acknowledged lead-
greatest authorities in the
lines at practice which they
Ive a.lrt jttotl sindt to whicjb lhcjr-le.
te Uuni'eives eniireiy ana aoso-
Tlic ir neeess has had no parallel
tin- history of Tmodern irnedicihe".,
. pulililied evidence -of this suc-;t-
iicsented to the people in the
iiniin- of the principal dailies has
i.l no preeedont in modern newspa-
In- )iih;islicil announcements of
Siio Miouse physicians have al-
,;iv- iMM'ti niaoo in a uireri, biraijjiu
r'waril and simple style that no
r could ly any possibility mis-n.lir-laml.
Hy placing before the
:il.;i.- in the columns if. our home
, u -paoers the exact result of the
:, nt us 1 1 1 froiuT vveek"jto .Cork n thpf
I-, - ot well known MCitixcu:v. Ur.
-kle'ii-e has won the full conti
iinr of the whide people in this
.;iini!;nit v. '-'.'!. ' ,
In ;i:niot every eifv may be found
:r, :i ' '. -: r v specialists," of whom the
:M never heard until they dis
!iel iln ir names in tlio -public
:n'-:ii mi much per line. I'nablo
imit.ite tlie superior treatment of
ir t. allied .-peeialist s. thuy euiieavor
r ;rini: as closHv a nossiblethe
! i .';iiir; i'L their acknvliilfvd
ri-r-- to lure some of the' afllict
; in their ofl'ieosT We have a rOiford
: neiirlv one hundred of tliese self
; i i. -peeialists"' v.ho use brazen
;:: 'i:ler and assurance :i sulisti
ior ilio itiaIilications of a plivi
:a:i. and mimicry as a miserable
: . : i k lii ft for originality.
Tiiey are to r found in l)acenpoi t :
i.! 'Ins is lnveIiports lMisfoi-timci
i-t lier fault. They came without
nutation and remain airain-t the
icntrM of intelligent, law-abiding
Itizens. Envious of the unbroken
. 1 ii of successes made by Dr. Stack-ti"ii-'.
they never cease to make
::n i at him and his medical associ
.ite.. Hoasting of intimate connec
:iun with great medical institutes in
.arire cities, they never name one of
tiiem. May be that modesty forbids.
Alluding frequently tfit vagMelvj, to
very great medical att5yimetsand
a vat lield of experience, they sing
ularly retrain irom publishing cre
dentials, and it is difficult to trace
them further than an obscure coun
try villiajjc in Jackson county, la.- I
But the crumbs that fall from thei
table of the skilled specialists seem
to satisfy the practical, pretending,
plagarizing advertising doctors, and
we presume that like the poor, they
willlie with us-always.
Tn March of this "year, Dr. Stack
house first announced a guarantee
test in Nashville, Tenn., where one
ef the southern offices of his insti
tute is located. The guarantee was
announced in the papers of Daven
port. Uock Jsland. and Moline during
the whole month of June. The success
f tli is test is now talked of in .one
half the homes of Davenport, la.;
lloek NIand. Moline and Quincy,
, I r i C : JOHN.GIPSON,
1 no liiea'cd In hit new unop.
i a l cialty.
Rheumatism j. f;
Lumbago, Sciatica .
Lame BacKf ac
tft.SlMDEH'S ELECTRIC mtlT
i with p..:r - n.-T,i.;s.ov - i.
7'" "Ithout mnllHne all WiiImii reroltlrit fHIIU 1
InTt 1"on of mn nrrrt, forces i trrrrnm or lodu
irh2 nM nmooB debility, leeplnmeM, Uniruor,
Er-Z V,mnRK KUUKv, alLjelura
mhago. acioiira- alCf'rojae eujppaintft, T
faith, rtc. Tlii efrtrlCieiroontalBa-l
.tin.tj.nt i . .. -
tu. ' "rraeateata on
Uiitly f,.t Ly wearer 01
ntmntm orcr all others. Current la
f,.?. -''Pilot the aimro dtneaacs or no pay. Thou-
i. " ' rifciy wearer or wft forfeit u.vin.Wi i
wearer or we forfeit i,ww.w. u
3litL lo""r retneiiea failed, and we iriTe husMlml
rfrtl"1""'al in thisandeery other atate.
&Y J.."r'll lr.e4 T.LKITIUV BDurrWOltT. the)
Slii. ,. " r offererl wealf men, wlthall
SEuil" ."" lww mraaalbOCalUHTKIiOla W ta
l tvnill.wllhiB'd Cainplilet,niaile.l,aelel.la
v SANDEN ELEOTRIO CO.. . . .
j Au "3 biuio Mtrcet, C1UCAUW, IXXCbl
t.l . i3 navn been mml hw tl.ta m.mliniM Irrrentien
- iu.a Omenrt
!.V:aVK DlSFA-iBS. Oniys"
f " .
..t-,t i r$
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fccll ! Alt noiihde'nirMKt.a
... .T . .--"""w
s this month' tiLa' siri
advertising is being used by adver
tising doctors in Davenport, Chica,
go, and even in New York and Phil-
Nr'115 oginte, TJiesjni tatvr
'.'ALL RIGHT NOW.
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Another lntnce of the Hucctm
Sttit-khoiiMe Tr.-atment When All Otlirra
I had oa arrbal trouble of 15
years1 standing, but am now all
right," said Mr. Henrv Kosenkranz,
of Xo. 120S II vrrison street, Daven
port. 'Resides 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 Stackhmisc M.edical
institute i'emaved a "Kdypi t'fom
the car; and now it rs ivcif. -
Ml!. 11 '.N!!Y KOSKSKUANZ.
Tiie taekliot;.-t5 treatntnl !ia-
bi-en ntinitl ly lnore sucee-.ful in the
eradieation f my catarrhal troubles
than all the remedies and physicians
I ever tried. I am highly 'pleased
with the treatment, for I am better
now than I have been for many
5 l'KK M'T11.
Catarrh and kindred diseases suc
cessfully treated and medicines fur
nifaied io7 iS per month: t'n'arges
foall othfcr disx'ascs afwajsjl moder
ate. Consultation and examination
Stackhoise Medical Institute,
r . .... (
' Feruftnectly located In
ICoojus 17 and 18.
Willi TAKER BUILDING,
. (Firrt floor. Take the Elevator.)
8, W. Corner of Brtdy and Third Btracts,
- All curable diseases treated with suc
cess. Specialties: Eye, Ear. Nose,
Throat and Lungs; Nervous Diseases,
Blood Diseases and Skin Diseases.
tuccassfu. treatment by mail. Write
for srmptora blanK. Oonau'.tation and
examination free: - '
Office. Hours 9 tc 13 a. ml; 3 to 4 and
7 to 8 p. m.
Sundays 10 fo 12 a. hi. only. '
. Opposite toe Old atand
Use it your own way. j
li is the bett Soap made
For H asMng Macliiue nsJ
WAUNOOK & HALSTOKi
rvild eerwberf .
THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY. JVLY 2(i. isy3.
RESULTS. OF SIX YEARS' OPERATION
OF THE MONOPOLY PLAN
Statistics Which. Will interest Amerlcaa
Reader I)eauB of theFacf That Some.
r. what Similar Method Are Proposed la
" of ThUConntry. . ;
"-'nH.' ' 'Jl" 'r f A 1
Toe particulap method of dealing, w Un
,tiie alcohii!l question wjiich; is now adopt
d tn Switzerland is.diactissed It Air- Wl
iat of Betneia i reopnt publicfttiott
of the American Acarlemyj 'f ' PolfttrW
aoid Social Science.: .' v-i n:.risi.-L;r.Y. j
Thrl8-;if :i8em-r,'no arpreViafej
tent of opinion aniorijr-th.e Svrtss in tpt
Jof ;tpral abstinenei eoTisier eUbet a
.a VoXnutary' act fr'in, thfe oiitcoino' pf
prohibitory legislation. It is trtve- that
by an amendment of the, federal constii
tutipu : passed, in 185 the cantonal leg
islatures acquired the power of restrict--ing
thS number of places for tha sate of
liquor -within: their respective juriadioi
tions. The power has ostensibly been
exercised in 14- cantons,1 but even in
these, tafcen as a whole, the number Of
; taverns has somewhat increased.' , ,
- No substantial "result, therefore,1 has
followed the concession of restrictive
power. Such is not the caso . with the
"alcohol monopoly introduced " ini 1887,
This .has accomplished two things. It
.has greatly improved the quality of the
listilled liquors consumed in Switzer
land, and has caused a marked reduction
in the use of them. The primary aim of
the monopoly was to bring about the
substitution of fermented for distilled
liquors, and short as is the period dur
ing which the experiment has lasted th?
results arc encouraging. j
Before the creation of the alsohol mo
nopoly, Switzerland suffered from the
practice of peddling distilled liquors
and from tho existence of a multitude
of small stills in rgricnltural districts.
The product of these stills, by reason of
the primitive methods of manufacture
and the absence c-f rectification, was ex
cluded from the general market1 and
was consequently consumed by the peasi
ant distillers Themselves." The effect of
these small stills was to make the daily
drinking of .schnapps," as the -dometitfit
raw liquor ii culled, almost universal
among farmers and agricultural lalior--ers.
It was the alarming spread of alco
holism that ensued which brought about
the change in tho federal constitution
whereby limited rights of, interference
with the liquor traSic were granted to
the authorises, both federal and can
jtpnal. ' j
? Sijpellcnfctiij, Uh-coEjI -ano-.I-.
ligtl:SAln. Siili&l Jiijllie$
atiiyv" l.i:'; U Sapprsaed ly eiiiropriiitionl
Irom t!ie remaining 00 or 70 distilleries,
the monopoly administration is tho onl j
pure-haw. The product does riot go di
rectly l'fcom distiller to purchaser.. ' Thft
! .idtuinistrr.tion takes it under" fixed con-
ditriiis and .brings it back to the trade
oid l!teigii lBiseeii -duly Irtjctitjod. Of
thSrroiirS of the a monopoly, oho-tentli,
now amounting to about If 140,000 a year,
mut bo applied 0o the struggle witlfal-(SbJibliKm-j-thal
is o say.o tho mainte
nance of he poor and tho insane whose
aiisfiirtuBcS may be traced to that mal
t . aow'as to the effect of the -monopoly
3n the qhautiry' hf pit6'ofisumed. In
'i893 the conBUTrtptiOTi Sf distilled liquors
rrapira-t?as!l().ijfters9in 1891 it was
"only A part or thia decrease is due
to the cessation of smuggling of distilled
iiqu'ots from Switzerland into -the udja
fcent countries. r But after reasotaable fle
ductiohs 6ri that score navV1&ennaae
it is estimated that the shrinlsage in the
use orwdent sriirjtsjjthe mjsshem-J
selTMiotd&5s tEan jp Jbriitv3'he 1
aecreasea coagumption fsjobviously due
not. only to, the extinction of private
ttlllrvTmi to the fact thaf a'liisher-jfirjce
jtaust.be paid , for. the 'product of "distil
leries. The joint effect., of , dlmiuiahed
consumption and of the greatly improved
guality.pf the. liquors ,sold 4a.xpected
soon: to show iteolf in the etatistics of jal
eoholism. i it .. . . ';''
We"have saiff that tlie purpose of the
Swiss legislature was not to abolish the
use of distilled liquors, but gradually to
supplant it by that of wine or beer. To
that end, while tho price of spirits was
raised, that of fermented liquors was
lowered by relieving them from certain
excise duties. So far as;' wine is con
cerned no marked change- took place in
the volume of consumption Letweeit'1885
and 1890.- This is attributed, however,
to the remarkable decline of the home
production in the period named, a de
cline which had t$be made good by im
portation. In the case of beer, on the other hand,
the effect of the liquor monopoly on the
habits of the Swiss people is unmistak
able. The consumption of beer in Swit
zerland increased between 1885 and 1890
from 30 liters per capita to 45 liters,
ehowing an advance of some 25 percent
So far as the Swiss experiment has gone,
it seems to show the possibility of sup
planting to a considerable extent the use
of ardent spirits by that of those fer
mented liquors, Bnch as beer, which con
tain relatively little alcohol. New
1 An Old Custom Seldom Followed.
":In many old' families the custom has
Obtained from timo immemorial of put
ting an exta plate Ridchair 'for the
stranger or Jim unexpected gut. In
those fild dayssthere was good rfasop for
this. Hotels were fw, .and traveling
was niestly done by ftrate conveyance.
It waffhe unwritte3iw of hospitality
tliat the stranger couJdNlnd a welcome
in almajst elrery household. OT course
Conditions have cjianjjgd, tmd generosity
Has taiken a new forinBaltimiirek Her-
- ; :
- Newer LeTeaRMln In tliiio.
r Teaehould never bJJUovvedjtci stand"
flpon the ''grounds. CUJtmust mtavoid
fibly w matjjj some trsnrbefor.,jt3 to
be used, the liquid shoulJ'be rjouxejtf rom
deleaves, may tJieu -be kept eadyq
for a delayed inember of tho faimly for-
A long tirdff-vithout serious deteriora
tion, or atdcxst without the addition of
oy harmfil qualities. GroodifJIouse-.
i , " suppose, doctor;" said Cu
tpi . I VesirytiiaVu 2u-gT ptfoppttipd
iofltha iUs .youf' Mctotaf aiV iU
. "Tes, . sir, 4jujt
"And j ou? tratnn of such cases,
I suppose, is by imaffinarr nilia?"
"Then, of "course, treatintr imacril
cfiangilliiiarira . . ? :
j i . "SirnM-j.. pma, TDll
h'i)n;'"iy et' tP. UohtBg' f'th4
alut4he bUls. ( I have odaw .ha
uno some Jvaero. '. ;
'.O I ).'
' f.M.'-v I"11" I nurrieo. ,
fWhat do rob think vour oooV deEd
f- - . . " v l. . uatc oani uiu
'gagtttpeut to Mr. ' RawsOn.'Jartet'terl
asked the Widow's mdther-iri-tewv:c;-
think he'd hav been very iudltrnaht,
returned the widow. ''! 'But'I wasn't
; engaged to - Mr: "Rawson until! after
James died.1'- Judge.'' -: ' ' '
Honntr la Northern Italy. M
: The prettiest worner in the world
are said to he the "women of Northern
Italy. They are ; a mix ture of tha
French .gentry : and . the old : Italian
nobility and inherit th vivacity of
ono... country - and the oriental beautj
of the other. ., :t j
' . Oott e Mitten i- very Ti ; e- '", J i
- "1 can marii Anv (r'Vl I pU'ac," wai hit ccla
mnt:or, but nnfoituiiirciy then he did fiot pliase
ary; and tl,en a phii i rod son tot It. - He bad
contracted ' raiarrh vftho won-t form, and. al
tliou.'h a w-ea'.t V fleet M, mta live fenon
cvctji o l.r way.-t was' .tl ivclv repuiwe to
lla("y fiiefn'c, H i umb rof w.icm 1. jcctcdHi
.flVrsofm rr'ne. A fr e: d dviod hint' loiue
Dr Catarrh Keme-iy. He tx k hi? cdvke,
and ii w the nios-t p .pn'.iir br; u in owr. and he
rraiijf can "marry any g;r l.c i leKKe.' to atU.
II ni:ide 'hi-' breath pure snl ftcct, hp hi no
h a jiclu1, no (i!Tei ivj dieta iei from thsrcBf,
lu slio t, sin p rf. ct hidllh. arid a'l from mirg
a fiw h tilea ot in. iSaecV Catarrh tfemerty, .
oua:or iaimji it-. iTi.C'.n!ir.a:, has
asrain ttiinHUKre.t i,f ii.tieio:i ti tiitj free
hdlvtr uleiitiii.'ii irt;' tv' liiu 3iv;.illirts of
his stilts. - .-': .
"ion cannot il ( i H.c.ivo work without a cltar
lira aud for il ia tukc Simmons l.ivet RegnVor.
has often wasted time and material la
trying- to obtain a shade of color, and
has even resorted to the use of ready
mixed paints, the ingredients of which
he knew nothing, because of the diffi
. culty in making a shade of color with
white lead. This waste can be avoided
by the use of National Lead Company's
Pure White Lead
.These tints are a 'combination of per
fectly pure colors, put up in small cans,
and prepared so that one pound will
tint 25 pounds of Strictly Pure White
Lead ta the shade shown on the can.
' By this means you will have the best
paint in th vorld, because made of
the best materials . ",. ,- .
Strictly Pure :
and pure coli.rf.; r, Insist on having; me
of. tha brands of whii.0 lead that are
standard, roanafactoria by the "Cid
Dutch " p.-oceos, iad known to be
strictly pure : .,' . , , . .
" Southern" "Red' Seal.
V Collier:?' ; Shipman7
' These'iranL Lr Strtctly Pure Whit Lead
nd National Lead Co." Pure White Led
Tinting -Cotora ore for cale by th most re
liable dealers in paints everywhere.
If yau arc eouwto. raint. it will nav vou
to vend to us Tor a "book contarnini! informa
tion that may save you many
only coat you a postal card.
ar; it will
.NATIONAL LEAD CO., j
. :"1 Broadway, Sew. TorU.
'y 2tate and Fifteenth Streets. :
H THOMAS. ,8ol -pent-
.. y -. r .ii . . -..:..;. iRcXialNa.i
r If troubled with;atihN-hrRn.
r Gleet: Vhltei(.SperrnutoTrhfl6al
For any uiHwtiimrdiiicbar?eaxkv
yotit drucjcbrt' ilT' Vifcritt" .ot .'j
tu ar - ii u3 n days -,
wfthiUitUi ) or pi'.WRiMr of a
I doctor. Non-poisnn?i: and
i srti:rTTiTf.Hi p fiTrjre.
r;. fannRCtuiw lr-
kTSe Stcsj CfceBii?,;.;i.f,,
ss-'J l-?v!io-,i .-.It J:-X '
AB8QLUT8 CUKi: FOR ,. ' ;
I WU Wit L fJOT CAUSE. .ft2 I '
I PTRjCTUHE. ask fob .
r ... asi.iiiKtS, C '
"' ' " "1 'TKt.ir.il fjo
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- - yfoiT TT faovn- Jt ' harmless. Children lik it. It
.. CT nIJllIlt STft ,a7 thT 're- : Jt.M0thw Vatwo
eaueifatg' which in abaolwtaly safe and pravotioally pwfaot mm t
child's medloino. ' .
Castoria daatroyw WomtS"'';:'; '7.'"'. ,"" T -1
Castorta ajlays FeveHshnesa.
Caatoria prevents TornUtng Soar Curd.' '
Castorla cures TMarrhcBa and Wind Colio.
Caatoria relieves Tocthlng Trophies. . . ' t -.
Castoria cnre ronstinatioik and Flatnlency.
Cnstoria nentraliacs the effects ef cajrhonip acid ga or pojaonaw -..
Caatoria does noteontaj's merpMne.'oplnm. ir otner narcetio pi opagly.
- aorta assimllutes the food,
fraying heat thy and natural alee-p. : j- - . .
r s'nrla i pat tip in ne-idzeottlen only. It is not sold in anlk
T on't allow nx one trt gfH yon nnything eUe on the plea r
thtVtit ia"jnt as etndn and "will ansnrnr aranr nnimnaat "
See that von t C-A-S-T-O-R-I-A. ' --.'i ; '
Thefac-smlK. Sr " tonewery
nignatnr rf USy fictstCtcZS. : ,rapwrj
i i . ' s - i - : i '
Children Cry 'or
i . Moline; Ills. - .
A foil and eompleto hue of Flatform and other Spring Waene,'eapeciaITy aoaptea totae
etejTi trade, of guiiarior workmanf hip ardHnlRii Hi nSrated Price List fraa on
. . apvUcatton. Sea th MOLINB WACOM before Dorchwlng f ,
Gas and -Steam" Fitting,
complete line oi Tipe, Brass Goods,1 Packing Hoae,
Fire Brick Etc. Largest ind best equipped
establisliinent west of Chicago
DA Via tsumjiL Moline, 111.
Everything in the line of spring vehicles, and the
' - . ii s
largest assortment of
Harness, Lap robes, Whips, Etc.
' V."-' ' AT ' ;;;'.-lv
Mason's Carriage Works;
Eat t Fourth Street.
ELY'S CREAM BALM-1piw tke Nasal
Pfuwaarea, Allav -1 ain
tne bores, muirra -j
iiv8 JiilM?f HtHiu
Apply into tjie ottril.
50c Drirjgt or by dall.
i. ro i'I.H ii 7V,.! f...
! c! by.
;. 9, P?E,, KOl:.-;28?l
Jili"-'. T ' 1.-
)3Hbp:oa ylh'e Street ;;
regnlates the stomach and
AND FREIGHT WAGOHS
1 12. 1 14 West Seventeenth et.
Telephone 1148. Kocklaiaa.
TeleDhone 1 169
. - DAVENPORT,' IOWA.
utid I irlianMAittion. MeaJa
aiiui and hmvlt. ad Cures
u for Coltl in ll.n.l.
It OmVHy Abmrbti.
Ki - Y
i.-f 68 VarreaJScW. X.I
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ROCK ISLAND, ILL:
f. -,.-t a