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THE AKGUS, SATUltl)A"Y , AU UST 5. I8!3.
A LITTLE MORE LIGHT
hrown into Dark and Devious Ways where Small
Fry "Specialists" Loiter and Linger,
-j-fuV Practitioners, Drs. ;.Staekhouse and Daniel Decline" lo be
liriiu-n into Controversy witlj Unprofessional Advertising Doc
tors Some Positive Information of' (c icral Interest.
. .. M:iekhoiisu and Daniel, of the
i. kli'.u-o Medical institute, must
vt i ii ;!y decline to he drawn into
linitieil controversy with any
. : -lisinir doctors.
ij:' cM-itable creature who has
, ;, i'ui kiiiix at the doors of this in
: for several weeks is not
,i ; 1; '. of more than passing glance.
: -..Stuckliouse and Daniel gracious.
condescend to bestow that pitying
::m c iqioii him today and trust that
ii, av bear it unflinchingly.
I'lif profession knows his record,
, juib'.io is aware of his methods,
i, t'.irmi-r is not a thingto be proud
tl.c latter' borders upon (he
Thiw OIHoon, Wl'wre Are "they"''.'
A doctor named Wilson, having an
lli.v somewhere on Bradv street,
:i- liad the temerity to advertise his
ii-tit ute" as "one -f i- offices in
itTiTPiit parts of the United States."
The most diligent inquiry and
;i:v!i of medical records fails to
;-, !,-( the wlvoreabouts of the oth
; -.1 dUices. This fact being now
:,.i:i,v, u i, an newspaper rentiers, a
i.ii hn to credulous pnMie will accept
: b- stati'tnents of this . imaginative
;,(:,-, it ;it :i bout 5 per cent, of their
lice al lie.
I Iiiim! Colleges "Wherr Are Tlu'y?
Thi- doctor also purchases space in
iiavcnp'i't papers to indulge in even
iion- ethereal llights of fancy. The
diouii.g statement lie caused to be
,niiU'! in the Democrat:
'l'h - i- a medical institute coming
.i our city well recommended: the
.tiy-ici:iii having received 'their di.
lii.iuas from the bc.-t medical college
n the Tinted States as well as in for'
I 1 lie MilMoineil letter jfrom the see.
Jtvtarv of the Iowa State Board of
t Medical examiners, written to an
Kvansville. .Indiana, , physician,,
'trnvi'i i ct Cimiriir i,nl " 411, ililT.i,.
i cut kind of light on these graduates
2 Mt the best medical colleges an the
K Tnited States, as well as in foreign
Iowa State !Baiu ttv MIicai,
Kxamixkks, Ollice of the Secretary,
IVs Moines. Iowa, February -t, 1893.
11. Harrison Biggs. M. D. Dear Doc
tnr: Dr. Wilson holds certificate on
i! ploma issued by a college at Co
I'Urg, Ontario. lie subsequently
went to Fulton in this state . aiid
thence to Davenport. A brother ad
vertised with him.
1 got after him and he sent a diplo
ma here that our board would not
re ngtiizc and he did not secure our
e'titicate. ' ' '
I do not know anything about his
institute." I hope, doctor, he will
! ei niaiiciitly locate somewhere out
vie the state, as wo have' too many
-ueli people. Respectfully,
J. F. Kexnkdt; Secretary.
Miiiinerit on the above is'tihneces--i-v.
It suffices to show in what cs-
ni this person is held bv the state
That tin? character, credentials and
Und'uig of Drs. Sdackhouse and Dan
e! are endorsed by the Iowa state
eard ' medical cLxauilncrs is cvi-lei-.ceil
by the documentary proof
ideli hangs on the walls of their
Ir. I'rliiiMr Sturklioitrie
I- a graduate of the Mediratl College
'. Indiana. valiHlictorlaii bT h'is class,
oid ha- been house nhvsieian of the
iauapolis city hospital. Dr.
khi'iise was a student at the New
Jfc i":k Polyclinic and other New York
U in-ii'.iitious devoted to the higher
, . '. Permanently located in lVri. 17 ?nd 1,
WPI LT.1KER BUILDING, 8. W. Cor. Brady and Third Strttis
(First Floor. Take Elevator.) lAVEHOIir, IA.
All curable diseases treated with sUcccS i. " Specialties: Eye, Ear,
Nose, Throat and Lungs; Nervous Diseases. Blood Diseases, and Skim',
diseases. . --,-
Successful treatment hniail. Write for Symptom blank. Con-.,
-ultation and examination free. ''
Ollice Hours 9 to 12. a. to
1- in- onlv.
Kv-iyihicg in the line of epriDg vehicles, and the ;
largest asaortment of , , '
Harness, Lap robes, Whips, Etc.j
Masons CAriiiAcje Works,
East Fourth Street.
branches of medicine, and his diplo
ma bears the written endorsement of
IU. IKBINK STACKHOfSE.
Jefferson Medical college of Phila
delphia. Dr.Staokhnuse is Licensed to
practice medicine in 12 states and in
most of th great cities of the union
l'r. .lutM-ph A. Inntcl,
Chief cone tilting physieial at the
Staekhou-c Medical " Institue, is a
graduate of the College of Physicians
and Surgeons, and during his manv
years of Ik spital, general and special
practice, has actiicveil such success
as a chronic "disuase specialist as to
give him a position of eminence in
the profess-ion attained by few.
Dr. Daniel is an active member of
the American Association of Expert
Specialists, a society that admits to
membership only those physicians in
Europe an 1 America who" have dis
tinguished themselves as specialists.
There is no parallel in the historv
of modern medical practice' to the
wonderful success of the system of
treatment devised, developed and
demonstrt ted by Drs. Stackhouse and
Daniel, and which has led to the 'es
tablishment of many branch ofliccs
throughout ihcfOountrv.. It is a fiuct
a ) AN 1 1
lUHiuestii ned by the public or the
profession that the Stackhouse Medi
cal Institute treats 'more cases, per
forms a larger percentage of cures,
employs more physicians of eminence
in their special lines of practice and
represents a larger amount of capital
than any institution of its kind in
". Cost of Treatment.
'OatarrVand kindred diseas'es suc
cessfully treated and 'lheditincs fur
nished f( r 5 per month. Charges
for all other diseases always moder
ate. Consultation and examination
Unexcelled treatment by mail,
Diseases diagnosed by. symptom
blanks. All letters promptly an
swered. .-f nj.vto'8 p.!.to.
Sundays 10 tor
" S: 1 r p ' - i, , . .
fnvmVTVrir.vi-i TA-TrTT TV
SOME OF THE QUEER THINGS
, THE GERMAN CAPITAL
Tlielr Methods In Many Henpects Sarperioi
to Oars Good Features of the fetrrei
Car System o Chance For i ti.e, ' IS Jito
pie" Shopper nisiuns Signa.
L.ThQ hqfse Cars and other public convey
ances in Berlin strike, the American. as
somewhat peculiar. The ares in the uorst
rare vary according to tbe distance, the
lowest fare beinr 10. pfennigs, or "4 cents,
arid the highest 30 pfennigs, or 7)-j cents.
A fee of 5 pfennigs is frequently iven tc
the 'conductor, lecauseit is a well known
fact that their wages are so low thatt thej
could not live without their fees, and a ladj
in the evening or on a stormy day will se
cure fr"0m the conductor every1 attention
and courtesy by pivingthistrifHrigamount,
although it , is by no means a necessity.
Horse cars in Berlin are allowed to 'carry
only a' specified number. ' On each ear is
distinctly marked how many seats there
are inside and how many standing 'places
on each lat form, and when the car is filled
it "will not stop njiin for passengers, for the
rules are strict ly enforced.1 The horse cars
do not stop at tuiy point where thy are
signaled, but only at intervals Of about two
blocks. The Mopping idaces are marked
by an iron pole with a phue on top bearing
the words, "pforde-iseiihuhn Haltestclle,"
or "Horse Raih-ond Stopping Place."
Some of the horse' cars have a double row
of seats rtinnina'Ier.gLhwisc on topof them.
Only men are allowed to ride on top, and
the traveling American lady feels this to be
very unfair,, for iina views of the busy
streets can be obtaiiud from such an ele-,-vated
position, l.ai'.iys in Burljn as well as
gentlemen jump on uud oCf the cars while
they are in motion, isnd they become very
skillful in so doiii'4.
.. Runuing (liivctly .across. the city from
east to west is the City Elevated railroad,
and around the outside of the city in two
large loups a northern and a southern is
the Circuit Elevated railroad, connecting
with the former at its eastern and western
stations. The roads are constructed on a
series of fine masonry arches which from a
distance appear at once 'massive and grace
ful, and they cannot m said to be in any
way a disfigurement to the city. The sta
tions, of which there are some seven or
eight within the city limits, are Immense
brick st ructures with fine, hiirh,' glass arch
ed roofs and with broad flights of stone
steps leading up to the platforms above.1
As wit h everything else on the cont inent,
the Berlin elevated roads are well built and
permanent in character and present none
of the tawdry, cheap, temporary appearance 1
of similar roads iasomeof our American
cities. The caroused are the ordinary Euro
pean apartment cars, and most of the train:)
carry three classes namely, second, third
and fourth, the first class being used only on
the long runs. The fares vary with the dis
tance in the city, and they are as moderate
as the horso car fares. . ; .
The shop windows in Berlin are full of
(interest for the American. Shopping in
Berlin is widely different from shopping in
any American city. To begin with, the
shops are much smaller. There are only a
half dozen really large shops, comprising
three ov four floors, in Berlin, and only two
which partjike of the character of the Bon
Marche in Paris. . Except in the few large
shops oiH'JJiust be prepared to have his pur
chase hauded, him done up in a newspaper,
for instead ,of wrapping paper German
economy compels the dealer to buy up back
numbers of the daily journals. In all the
hiarkets and butcher shops this is used,
and even in a fine confectionery shop you
may have your candies 'wrapped in a lirgo
printed advertisement. , In some of the
large and more fashionahleshops the strings
taken off the goods as they come in at
wholesale are tied together and used again
to secure the parcels of the retail trade.
Shopping s Americanstnowit namely,
the going about from store to storeexamiu
ing and pricing until one hasfound exactly
what one wishes, and at, the price one
wishes to pay is unknown ip Berlin. There
one is not expected to enter a stoae and ex
amine goods unless one is prepared to buy
on the spot: If the clerk 'thinks for an in
stant that you are not pleased und may not
buy, his manner changes at once, and ho
will not show you any more. But if he is
convinced that you really desire tp purchase
he will le exceedingly attentive, .If, how
ever, aflc? having cynsiderabJei shown you,
you are not satisfied and, leave, you may
expect positive rudeness on the part of the
clerks, whereas if yon buy five pfennigs
(1 cents) worth you will be politely
treated. . , :..
. Few stores in Berlin have delivery wag
ons. Almost all employ small hoys, who
carry the parcels to their destination, i
There are not many peculiar signs to be
seen in such a modern city as Berlin, but
one cust omary sign, evidently handed down
from olden times, deserves notice. What
was its origin I have never been able to dis
cover, but a white apron tied over n chair,
which is hung outside a bntcher's shop, or
stood on the pavement lieside the door,
means that boiled "frankfurter" sausages
are to be had within. One frequently sees
such a Chair on Saturday evenings about 8
o'clock, the German supper' hour, and peo
ple living near by will send out a servant
to bring some in for the evening meal.
"Conspicuous by their absence" are all
kinds of large painted signs, great placards
and colored advertisements. The law does
not allow the disfigurement of the city by
painting advertisements on blank sides of
houses or by the erection of large and con
spicuous signboards. The shops along the
business streets have all the necessary
names and numbers on them, und in the
horse cars are panels fitted in above the
windows bearing various kinds of notices,
and some of the car windows have adver
tisements painted or ground on the glass.
All theater aud opera notices and special
advertisements must be posted on the "ad
vertising columns," which are in conven
ient places all over the city. They stand
on the street corners and are about 10 feet
high and 4 feet in diameter,' and serve as a
directory for concerts,, lectures and all
kinds of amusements for each day. There
have been recently placed in the various
-open squares and on the business streets of
the city ornamental square columns. On
the top of each is a clock which keeps
standard time, being regulated by electric
ity from the city observatory. A recording
thermometer and barometer, are also o
each column, aud in the center a revolvini
cylinder on which advertisements ai
placed. They are not only exceedingly use
ful, but also quite ornamental features oi
the city. Xew York Post.,. .'..'.
. Familiar Terms at Home. ;
Eloise, a little tot of 18 months, hearing
oUlaiUiitwcaU opr coplc 'tlanghter" whil
spenkiuguo ber ne daj,: forth with adopted
that name for her. When she wishes tc,
leave her high charr, she calls out, "Xoir,
daughter; now, daughter!" . "Yes, mam
ma," responds our black: amazon. Touth't
:rrrr 'Scientists puzzlw.
iiow lii liprbarous Tribes Ctet tbe Art
' V.'orfcs of Civilized Teople '
There is a question which constantly
, i. haunt the antiquarian mind like a ghost.
' in nn old house. That ouef-tion is. How did
! trifling i::;:t jrsT-a fong, a story, a came, a
I toy come to be scattered widely among
t Lie most remote and ignoranty.eoples? Ia
the. case, of customs aikl of myths we may
often deem that the mind of man reacts
alike to the same impulses from nature or
from human needs. ' ; '
An aiKvutor of Gibbon, who was a herald
and had been blue muitle, retired to America-
in the neveu J couth century, and there
lie found heraldic bearings imon the red
men of Virginia. Tbesavagcdanccrs"were
painted, some 'p:irty'ier pale,' 'gul' 'and
'sab,' some. 'party per fessc' of the same
colics," whence. Edward (iibUiU inferred
thafheraldrj- was engrafted naturally 4ntc
the sense of the human race." That is,
heraldry is in "innate idea." As Mr. Max
Muller remarks in his "Becturcs on Tiicos
ophy," we can no longer adtvpt this theory
of innate 'ide;M and of "party per fessf," or
c'resN, us ready made parts t.f the human
intellect. Curtain arrangements of colors,
certain indications ut lineage by cret-ts, arc
at tractive and convenient, so ibcy have been
It is more pu.xling when we find what is
called in India the "svast ik'a," a cross with
legs nt right angles'to the main limbs, not
only existing as a sacn d emblem in India,
but carved on tone-4 ia South America.
This does i:ot. seem to have an obvious orig
inal meaning as n symbol. Is it merely an
ornamental design to which the . Indian
uiiul h.tir attucbed a sacred sense? . It is
found on -jittery from Ilissarlik, Dr. Si-hlie-mami"s
Troy, and on old Mi sican pot tery.
If it is onlv a piece of decoration 'like the
Greet key pattern and wave pattern', also
fotind in old Peril, We may jierliaps decide
that the hti man mind natirrally hits some
simple patterns, like the spirals of Myce
nean art, found also in the rained palace of
Kuemittn, in Egypt, and i:i New Zealand
and Celtic art. We can co-.i-s-ive that t he
pattern spread from Kgpt to Greece and
theiice to the' Norsemen and the Celts, biit
we can scarcely imagine that it was carried
in prehist oriet'int!- to New Zealand. Again,
Mr. Tylor has trac.-d :an oriental' form of
backgammon to Me.'k r, and we 'caniru. be
cei'taiu whether a rather complicated game
reached ''America from Asia or was inde
pendently invented by the Aztecs.
-A very carious example of this class of
problem lire been discovered 'by Mr. E. S.
Mor.-ir and is -'publish -.1 in The Bulletin of
the Essex i::stitntc,"r-!!vm,'M.i-'s. In the
Asinnolcr.n i:n:.-rnm .-ft Oxford may be seen
an olfl'Egyptiaii toy found by Mr. Flinders
Petric in the cemetery! Havam. ' It i
engraved in bis uortott Ilawsra, Bwlhmu
and Arii!n: i-irles' of tie' 1";-. you in; '1 i:e
cemetery of I i-;wara isVinls iibi'iit as old as
our era, which is 'modern f ir E.ypt.. ; The
toy i' of wood and 'represents' a bird on
wheels. In tiic' neck is a Irtile. fbrougli .
wliich a Hrin;: was t ie.l, mid 'so;;ie child of
Ilawara led bis toy !o:t by't'e string.
This is i:et a very U ioiis khid'of toy, for
the movement of thy nhevls i;t.t like tie
hop of a bird. ' In Kloderft-tMtdiops wj,h
set on whfch d iKiarils iiri.' enminnn.- In tue
lvj ptiaii example 1 friTe lio board, Imt
the wheels are 'nr.dcr ll-c wings n:ld level
with the body. Tlir Eptiart?, -f course
as a civilized pco:'!: had for TluMisamls of
years bin-n familiar uitlr wheels, nnd the
toy though rare in kind has nothing to
aronsc curiosity. ' ' ' ' ,
' But It is atiothi'r mat: er when Mr. Morse
discovers a precisely similar Ainotoy, proli
ably some fX years old. 1 The A inns arc a
peculiarly hairy iiice, who have n fable ttiut
they art-descended frT.i i'ars, which th-y
ignorantly worshij). 'They are, or very late
ly were, savages in n low r.nie, and wit h
wheels they have' ho acquaintance any
more than Liddc.--d:dc had before St-oit
drove the lii-st fbcurt .li;ixU4:h the region.
Mr. florae decides that the, bird, which he
engraves, is not of j .iauauese. work the
wheels have the peculiarity of being "ir
regularly ovate, r:;Ocr than circular." The
hole for the st .in;; if; 1:i tbe tail, and the
irregular v. hei 1 nt;.krs tlie' bin! hop whvn
it is draiTged.' Ecre; then, wis .liml a rare
form of Egypt ian toy, e bout at) A. D', and
at the ends of the i avih, among the hairy
Aiuos, a --imiiar toy, remcrkuble for pos
sessing wheels, otherwise trnnsed by the
Aiuos. Tlu." problem-as. Has the pattern iil
tcred far east in some uhknowii manner, or
has it been independently inventeiU whels
and all, by some Aino genius, who never
carried his valuable invention any further?
"Willie" anil the lluUe.
There are men in this town who might
write an essay on "The Inconvenience of
Being Named' by Some One Else."' Zimri
Dwigins is one of these. His name is
enough to give one cold chills, and without
question it has worked injury to him ami
his business. Who could grasp tbe'hand
of Zimri- DwigySns in fellowship and who
receive his card without misgivings as to
the cut of his cent and his whiskers? Then
there is Malaclii Ilogan, and finally there is
Hon. Willie Augustus IluUhings, the elec
tion commissioner. Mr. Hatchings is fre
quently called Gus and never Will or Bill-,
but. nearly every one supposes his first name
is William. This is an error. lie is called
afterja relative whose surname was Willie.
Mr. Hatchings got the name at an age
when it fitted him, but at the present time,
when he weighs 300 pounds, wears dia
monds as big as ink bottles and is as dig
nified as a judge, the name has liecome irk
some. He tries to conceal it by signing
himself " W. A. Hutchings" or " W. Augus
tus," but his official cards are inscribed
"Willie." He was deeply mortified when
he sent up his card to the Duke of Veragua
and word came down, "Tell Master Willie
that the duke will not receive the children
till tomorrow." Chicago Post.
Tea Explosion of a Bomb
ftartlcr all within hearing. So the puiiiS which
arie from deranRcnienta of tlic liver, stomach
and bowels, quickly alarm llioie who experience
them. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellet) afford a
pecly ani Inexpensive care, rick heudachc,
billons hvadacbe, constipation, indiircBtion, bi
Icmis attacka Jield like magic to. Ihia wondcf ul
epeciflc. Only one tiny, sugar coated llei Xcr
a laxative dose. Purely vegetable and perfectly
h-railesc 7 ho action it prompt and pleasant.
Arwolutcly the best liver pill made. Your money
plven back if they do not nive entire satisfaction.
1 he only pill possessed of such merit as to war
rant their being sold on trial.
.' FiT All lits stopped free ty Dr
KJine's preat, Nerve 'Restorer. .No
lits after tlie tlrst day's use. Marvel
.ous .cures..-: Trcaiseandfi trial hot
tie free to tit cases. Send to Dr
Kline, 931 Arch street, Philadelphia
Pa For sale by oil druggists; ' call
ou vonrs ' -: "'"
..'.1 , . , : i- J
' The ruo:,t successful teacher: is. the one
who rt'intmlj-rB that the real meaning of
tlie .word education la to lead out, not to
force in. ''
.i :.i.J v. - ' - '' " 1
. Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher' prescription for Infant.
and Children. It contains neitlier Oiiuin, MorpK!n nor
other Narcotic eubstanco. It i3 a Jsarraless substitute
for PaTcovic, lrops, SooUiiii2 Syrups, -and Cotor Oil.
It is .-Pleasant. . Its gnarauteo i. tJiiniy. years' ruse by
" millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms aud allays
feverisbness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd, i
cures Diarrlicea and "Win si Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, , cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bevels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is the Children' Panacea the Mother's Friend.
"Castoria Is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. . Sli.tt.era have repeatedly l,jld me of its
gpod effect upon their cUilJreD."
. . . Da. Q. C. Osooop,
. Lowell, Mass.
Castoria is the best remedy for children of
which I cm acquainted. I bbpe the day ia not
far distant when mothers will consider the real
interest of their children, and use Castoria in
at&d of th various quack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and ether hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
them to premature graves.'" : 1
' Da. J. F.' KlNCHELOK,
Tli Centaur Company, 77
mminjL.W! pi BWiaMJj
HAVE YOU TRIED DRUGS AND FAILED
, TO FIND A CIIIE FOR i
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KIDNEY, LIVER and BLADDER
COMPLAINTS, DYSPEPSIA, LAME-BACK, ie
Oor 200 sitse book "TOREK CI.S(Ef OF MEV shouM be iv.a by every
middle-aged and old man. sent sealed, free. Ir. Hansen's Electric Belt is no experiment
as we nave restored thomandsto robnst henlih and vicor, after all other treaimenta failed, as can be
shown by hundreds of cases throoehout tbisandother Htate,wbo would cladly testifv. andlrbmmanf
01 whom we have strong letters bearing testimony to their reoevery alter ustug our Belts
WE HAVE CURED THESE WE CAN CURE YOU!
VECTOCB DEBILITT ASV WEAKSESS.
CtRatcp RTT7g, Wlch Vvnr ttyr lrt. tspg.
TW. A. T. filKHEV. lH-ar Kir In n-nlv trt vonr lit
Tnvor, have to nay that I think your br. laTidcn tiectnc
Belt one of the frreatpgt inTentiona of C2ie nineteenth
tjentury. and consider It a rnont powerful agrni for pood
am on r tbe man t afllictrd on this earth, and I know that
. turouph me .wveru.1 of your belta have been sold, to the
r&rties' frreateAt ntiftfartion. As to mvlf 1 mm a well
man to-day from vcaiinff one of your electric belt, and
am thirty pound heavier than before trning U. 1 cbeer
wi ij mit u u w 'uii ' tmimnirau r7ur iwir,
ii. -K. WJLLliOwt libAvmnt Avenue,'
CEERAL BEBILITT, KERVOrsyESiS. '
MirwATXl, TTI., Anptrrt Tlh,
vn. A. T. fUmtFII. Itear Air ThA VAnetrin hflt I rf
ceived from you lat April has done ail it 1? recnunendtid
Co do. 1 can out it hafl done more fur win I him all thf
medicine 1 have taken in three yearn.- The uml irot
ucii t wm iu u. vaa conaiuon, BUncnnp; preauy trom
very poor condition. I wciphed at the time 1 pot the
wiv o ,"'unuas mx prevent wririntr my wricfni is iiv
tp A COmrtlfltA calvanlc bafterv. made Into a bolto
Siven eootbme. pruionared currents which are Instantly lett throuphnut all weak parte, or we forfeit
l$.000. It baa an Improved Klectrtc Mmpennory, the irreatest boon ever given wmk men, and
we warrant it to cure any of the above weaknesses, and to enlarge eiirunken limbs, or part, or Money
Refunded. They are praded in st rerifrtn to meet all etaces of weakness in yonnc. miifllo agfjfl or old.
wen, iuju win cure luo wuret casea id two or inxue
Ut-movcd to No. 58 State St., Opposite Masonic Temple."
im MO LINE WAGON,
t ' "i f i -L i MMf"'" il I rrrfn-" t II
Manufacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A fnll and complete line of Platform and otber Spring W aeons, especially aaapto to um
. . , Western trade, of superior workmansblD ard finlsl illustrated Price Last Tree on
, aqi lication. See tbe MOLINE WAUON before ourcbaelng
-EUY'S CREAWJ BALM Cleansed the Ks
iFaaftaffea A.us lain hiiu Jniiauirjaauon
trie Stres, llcfctoi-fs Tnitt rnl Kmfll, and
Oives HfWat uuoe
5- Am:lf ixto the Ant'rtlt.
Sue. Lirubitse.'-fcytBaiL ELY
JOHN KONOSKT, J,.
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE, NO: ?821
Bhop on Viae Street ,
. i. i
Castoria is so well adapted tochfldren thai
, I recommend itassuperiurtoany prescriptior
knonnto me." , ......
II. A. Archer, & D.,
1U So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, K. T
. Our physicians in the children's depart
lncnt have spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,,
and although we only have ainoug our
medical supplies what is known as regiiUr
products, yet we are free to confess that U
merits of Castoria has won ns to look with
favor upon it." . - , .
UKITSD HOSPITAI. AND DlSPF.HSAaT,
t Boston, 3Ias
Aixra C. Smith, Pres., '
Man ay Street, New York City.
DR. HANDEVS EIEfcTRIC BELT
with Klectro MagnpitcKaaprn.
nary will cure wiihaut mrditioe
su oiueiDOTctroubHifl. 'rnnewba
pnfler from ervau Krbililv.
. l.oei, Urainn, Loot lanliood.
' Poor lmA.v nil 1. in 1 .n.
plaint, and crnrnl III hr.lib.
theellectflof abates, excesses, worry
or exposure, will nnd relief and prompt
cure in our marvelous invention,
which requires buta trial to convince
the nioirt fikepticiil. Iniunoranceof er
fa-ts you aiav have un.;ul drained
yourpysleru oX nerve force and vitality
which Is elrcirlcity and thna
cnusvu yourweuauessor jacror rorce.
.. If you replace Into yonr system the
elements thna drained, whrch are re
quired tor vieoronnstrencia. ynn will
reruovelbecauveajid tiealth, stxenath
and vik-orwi l follow at once. Tbl
4s our flan and treatment, and we
FROM3KEfitDIT OF VTlEtt PLOW COL
' 1 ' Korciorm.imOrt.C
ItL. A.T. PiKTtWW TtMfRIf arie Aani.r V(w-io nlfr
vrhirh 1 purrhawed nf you twoyears afro worked to my
. r i in K ot inrjW.TlVr , HQ B IWO VICUUItI in rpoom-
mendinp it to any of my friend? who are afflicted wttli
ajJmenu for the cure of whtch the Utaarecommendetl.
tvunvtrj inuj, uaA rrea, wier now ia
LAME BACK9 KIBNET DISEASE AC.
1" Chttaoo, October 17. '
viTt A-TV f akttfw. Dear 8ir: This ia to certafy that I
nnvo used tlie &uidea Electric belt for lame back and
kidney trouble, and eny to those affected that I cava
received acxtmnJetecure. I moheerfulvrerotnmen(i
them. Yours, Ac, jAiLES MILLS, 7th and Frazier
BECOMHEMrft THE BELT TO ALL.
1" Kmw Crnr. EaTwaa, October 90th, 189ft,
Pr. A T. Sakdek. lear Sir, Your of Uie2! h tnvL.'s aft
nand. and I will say in reply that your No. , lr. Sandea,
tne a wonderful rood. From now on I Khali use it
every day, and kno it will brinjp me out ail O. K. f
navemven your Dt-ix avjrooo reconimena loeeverai i
Hopliurvoa win sellmnny more. I am. yors truly,
as f o tm fm)w worn dnrinir work nr afrnar. and tr
soonioa, AUaresft lor iu mioraiauon. i
for Ctild iu Ii
( is tvu-ttf Abnrbtd. I
liUOS,, 60 Warrtn SU, K. Y-
SIXTH AVENUE, ' '
-ROCK ISL1ND, ILL.