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Drs. Staekhouse end Daniel Endorsed by the Best
People of Davenport, Rock Island and Moline.
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A .,., ... Willi..- Witness-. Testifying to Uosults that a Fr Y, ... a
Ilav, Iken Termed MiraelouHoho ra " "
Cr,,!,,.tials of the Phvsieiun who Cure Their
1 'lit- .1 of the treatment atl-
: -1 .-. 1 ly Prs. Stackhouse ami
...VI :it the St:iekhous( Meiiieul in
1 1 i - maile haiy more homes
1 t . 1 1 j - i't . Koek Island atxl Mo.
, : i, in c an he at t rilm ted to any
i ;i 't ! 1 c of t he three cities
'..nil I ri'iU t lirour'noiit the states
1 . i an. I Illinois, heart ily endorse
, in !':. in interviews uh!ishei
: .-:i.l :mlT papers, have pnhlielv
m.n.ie.l their methods and testi
; :i- t the sueeess of their t reat-
I i:. ili vieians in general who prae
. in I.a and Illinois, know of
; -ueei'ss. and they know that no
i.;iiti.iiiers are Letter cmiinneil
;iia!ilied for the practice of their
i':i s than Prs. Staekhouse and
I an I the specialists associated
Ir. I'rliine StiirlOiotiHe
1- a -radnate of the Mi-dical Collce
I In. liana, where he was valedicto
ri:;ii of lii class. lie has hern house
jl.weian of the Indianapolis city
h .i-ji'tal and a student at tin- Xe"w
Y"!'k 1'idyclinic and other Xew York
In-;i:ii!i"iis devoted to the higher
hranches of medicine, anil his diplo
pia hear- the written endorsement of
IMS. I liRINK STACKHOfSK.
iTcr-on Medical colleire of Philn.
lulpliia. Dr. Staekhouse is licensed to
I'raetiee medicine in 12 states ami in
mn-t of the rreat cities of the union.
Ilr. .liH-h A. Danlrl,
Chief eoiu-ultin.fr physician at the
Staekhouse Medical " Instituo, is a
.railuate of the Cantral College of
I'liysieians and Surgeons, and during
his many years of hospital, general
ami special practice, has achieTcd
IMS. JOSKI'II A. DANIEL.
uccess as a chronic disease s pee
as to give him a position of
ui;i:iF. stackhouse. m. d.
N'os. 17 and 1 Whittaker Block, S. W.
(First Floor. Take Elevator.)
l erinaneiitlv esUbliBhed. Truthful v adveitiscd.
T.Wniijiry r(alpicd. Charges moderate. Sucrestful treatment of all curable diseases.
Office llo- its: 9 to 12 a. m. 2 to 4 and T to 8 p. m.; Suuday 10 to 14a. m.only.
'IIE.V YOU VibIT
THE PRLil'S FAIR
Do not Ic rget to eee the ex
hibit o- the General Elec
tric Company in the Elec
tticitv BnildiDg, t e Intra
mural Hail way equipped
with Gei.eral Electric Com
pany's .-ipparatua, the Elec
tric Launches equipped
with General Electric Com
pany 'a motors, and the Gen
feral Electric company's Arc
Lighting Plant and Power
Generators in Machinery
in the profession attained
lr. Kaniel is an active meml.er of
U c Amer.can Association of Kxpcrt
f Z M rsh!Jni,,i-those physicians in
fi nn -",a";'1AnU,rka 1'edis-I'.i-.i.shcd
themselves as seci;l1U..
to l;. niii I Them.
Frank Canedv, of Sechler's
're works. Moline- .I ,,i...i
Tr . ....... i . i
- .v hi ,,iese physicians
snecesstiil methods of
Takpthf Treatment ,i tit.t ll.
, ,-I.r;.. l l itz carpenter,
M 1 Nest Fourth street, Davenport
". n,,t ly recommend these phvsi-i-iaiii-,
but ,.j,e all wh() su)Ter ;is r
lid to take this treatment and .ret
The Slm khoime Trent in.-nt I 1, it.
Mi. Charles Xagel, farmer, near
Da v n port: -For four years 1 have
not felt so well as I do now. The
Stac-ihouse treatment did it."
' The Most Kffrc-tlvti.
M: Charles Miles, Union Malleable
Iron works, Moline: --I consider the
Stackhou.-.c treatment to be more ef
fective than any remedy or sytem
that can be procured."
Nom-l!nlf k KfTe.tilul.
Mr, John Snyder. Wilson Buggy
works, Moline, residence Itock Isl
and "I never found any remedy or
treatment one-half so effectual as'this
Felt Like Another Man.
Mr. Patrick Kinney, West Second
street, Davenport: "Two weeks
t'roi i Hie day I tirst visited the doc
tors. I walked into their offices in the
Wh taker block, looking and feeling
like another man."
His Own Kxperlence.
Mr. C. O. Ode, machinist. Arsenal
Mac hine shops, residence ll." West
Figlith street, Davenport: "The re
sult s in my case more than varilied
the many good reports 1 had heard
of the work of Drs. Staekhouse and
Dai.icl in Davenport and vicinity."
Hetter Than All Others.
Mr. Henry Rosenkran., No. 12iS
Harrison street, Davenport: "The
Staekhouse treatment has been inli
nitclv more successful thnn nil tlu
remcilies and j.hy sicians I ever tried."
Dispelled All Symptoms.
Mr. Harrison Fauth, cigar maker.
No. 122 Harrison street, Davenport:
"The treatment has completely dis
pelled all symptoms and left me en
joying better health than for two
Heavier and Happier.
Mr. B. F. Benshoof, carpenter, No.
110 East Fifth street, Davenport:
"S nee taking treatment my weight
has increased over 20 pound's and al
together I feel like a different man."
More Than Satisfied.
Mr. William Gallagher, Union Mal
leable Iron works. Moline: "I am
mere than satistied with the treat
ment for it has done me a. vast
an.ount of good."
Cntit of Treatment.
d a month for catarrh and kindred
diseases. All medicine furnished
wkhout additional charge. Free
consultation and examination.
Send for Symptom Itlauk.
Drs. Staekhouse and Daniels' sys
tem of treatment by mail has proven
uniformly successful. Prompt atten
tit n to correspondence. Blanks
JOSEPH A. DANIEL, M. D.
corner Brady and Third Streets,
A new and Complete Treatment, consisting of
Suppositories. Ointment in Catisulf, also in Box
and Pills; A Positive Cure for External. Blind or
Blecdina Itchinc, Chronic. Keccnt or Hereditary
Pi es, Female wkaknbrsm and many other dis
eases ; It is always a great benefit to the general
health. The first dlacovery ora medical cure ren
dering an operation with the knife unnecessary
hereafter. This Remedy has never been knows
to fall. II per box. 6 for !S ; sent bv mall. Why
o ffer from this terriable disease when a written
tn.arantee is positivly given with bottles, to re
ft nd the money if not cured. Send stamp for
IriK sample. Guarantee lssacd by otrr agent.
JAPANESE LIVER PELLETS
A-:t like maftfc on the stomach. Liver and Bw
eU; dispels Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Fever. Colds.
N jrvoue Diaordcrs.Sleeplessness.Loss of Appetite,
restores the complection; perfsct digesuon fol
lows their use. Positive cure for Sick Hbadacbi
ai d Constipation. Small, mild, easy to take. Large
Vals of 60 Pills 25 cents. ......
HARTZ & TJLLMKYER Sole Agcuta llock 1st
Cor. Michigan Ae.and Monroe St. CHICAGO.
THOHOUOH IHTUCTIOl. MCP BOASI0IS1O.
EX2Zi!T O.M. POWEKiPria
hv fe v.
THE ARGUS, .WEDXESDAl, AUGUST IG. is
Khs Had I3ecn to Church. Some I'eupte In f:;tstt?r! Tenm-ssee.
"A low voice is nn excellent thing in j It is not peaenlly l:r;own that in the
woman," remarked lxrd Biicon as he was i XiiouutninH of eastern Ti'ii nessee t !n?re lives
dashing off Shakespeare's works, and this ; a fl.-.ss of peculiar lo'..i-,n people whose
thought occurred to the Muu About Town i oriKin i.s wrapped in mystery aud who are
Sunday morntng as he took n seat on a Sub- called by t lie whiles Me'l uni ons. They re
uv'oan street car. The car was full of per- , sent this appellation .:::(! ;romHy declare
sous returning from church, when a large, j that they lire Portuuc.-.e.
fine looking wowan, richly appareled, got ! The legend f their history, which they
on the car, and afterseating herself glanced ! carefully preserve, if this: A great many
leiSlirctv AUPr ttti, rjifinlii nr. A .fT c4 ..r.1 1 TW1 FS ftm I ...u. ............ w... ... .......1 1.
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1 ladies, then observing an-
other whom she knew three or four seats
behind her, deliberately turned around and
"My dear Mrs. Blank. So long since I
saw you. You will come to see me, won't
you? Yes, indeed, I went to church thi?
morning. Heard such a ynod sermon too.'
Everybody in the car was now deeply in
terested. The loud tone of voice and tho
utter disregard of all present seemed to in
vito the general confidence, and a becom
ing though silent pleasure was manifested.
"It was snch n fwect sermon. I wish you
could have heard it. It was the very one 1
have been wanting our minister to preach.
The test was "Judge not, lest ye be judged.'
It was no appropriate that I just waited till
after the service to tell our minister so. I
told him that it did not fit me at all, be
cause, as jo ii know, I i.xtcT pas judgment
upon mi; o::e, but there are to many in
our church w iio do. They are always criti
cising others, and it makes me so indig
nant. So 1 just told our minister that I
was glad that he had given them a dig, as
the sermon would l:t at least half of the
congregation, even if ii did not strike me.
I do hope they will take it to heart. But
it is usually the way t hat those who really
need admonition think that it is intended
for some one else. Now I never do."
That was ull. but the inaudible laughter
was so thick Hint it could have been sliced
up and sold for the interior of a railway
sandwich. St. Louis Republic.
The Way to Succeed In Convernution.
The question arises whether it is better
to presume that t he person you are address
ing knows everything or'to take it for
granted at the outsi t that he knows noth
ing. In either course embarrassing results
may follow. Authorities differ on this
point, but a certain justly popular young
lady who bus pondered on the matter
some says the wisest way is to appear to
think the other one knows just a little
more than you can ever hope to learn, even
though you know the op;osite to be the
In this way, she maintains, you can man
age adroitly to give him stacks of informa
tion aud yet leave him with the pleasant
feeling that he has been Instructing you.
"Never seem to think that you know any
thing worth mentioning," is her rule, but
she makes one strong exception. "In the
case of direct questioning alwaj-s answer
Something." Whet her roil nnrtl,;,,,.
about the subject in hand or not, make a
uruve guess at it and reply as though you
did. The querist wants a positive answer,
and in eight cases out of ten yours will
chance to be correct, while in the ot her two
he will forget your words before he thinks
to verify your statement. Xoharm isdonc,
so sho declares, and it Is better all around
than a stupid "I don't know."
However such a rule nmv wnrk to tli
confusion of ordinary maidens, it seems to
in. uer cose precisely, tor sue lias the repu
tation of being the most iiiiimiii dug as
well as the best informed yiii::g woman in
her seL Chicago Xews-Uecord.
Si lllonluii Flower.
Flowers and new notatoes entity it v.
the mackerel the privilege of the deck room
of the Scilly steamers. It is far from pur
gatorial to be wedged on hoard between a
couple of cases of the Scilly white, an indig
enous narcissus. They are much sweeter
than the fish. You may see the cultivators
row into the harbor with their cargoes from
the other isles. One fanner of St. Martin's
with whom I staid sent as many as 12,000
flowers inaday. At threepencea dozen (the
wholesale price) this clearly means money.
Of arum lilies also he was a considerable
exporter, but their price is much more vari
able, veering between sixpence apiece dur
ing holy week and a shilling a dozen after
ward. For my part, I was much interested
in what I saw of the flower culture in the
It is an ideal profession for the "decayed
gentlewoman" who advertise in the news
papers for something to do clean and sweet
and profitable. The Scillouians believe,
with good reason, that the trade has not
yet reached its furthest points of develop
ment. Each year sees another acre or two
set up with narcissus bulbs. During the
spring of 1891 ISO tons of flowers left Scilly
for England excluding the post parcels.
This does not look as if the south of France
was, as some thought, about to push Scilly
out of Covent Garden. The few hours' clear
gain that tho Scilly flowers have over the
baskets from the Riviera are very precious in
the esteem of florists. Comhili Magazine,
Ideals of Physical Perfection.
Some years ago, in an article on "The
Cradle of the Semites," I had occasion to
study tho ideals of male and female beauty
shadowed forth in tho erotic composition
known as the "Song of Songs," or the
"Song of Solomon," in the Old Testament.
It dates from about 250 B. C. There the
male is portrayed as "white and ruddy,"
his hair bluck aud curly, bis eyes gray
("like doves washed with milk"), his
stature talk lie describes his bride as
"fair all over, without a spot," slender,
"like a palm tree" (not fat, as modern
oriental beauties), her hair "as a flock of
goats," that is, wavy and light brown,
probably, her lips red, "like a thread of
The interesting feature in both these
descriptions is that they point much more
to the blonde than to the brunette type as
that which hovered before tho imagination
of the sous and daughters of Israel as the
realization of their amorous dreams. Cor.
The Influence of the Koman Pantheon.
For five centuries the Roman world turn
ed to the Pantheon, till out of it arose anew
art in Constantinople. Then in the fifteenth
century, at the revival, the humanist artists
turned again to this same great work. It
gave rise first to the dome of Florence, and
then to the dome of St. Peter's. 150 years
later. From St. Peter's the dome spread
all over the world the Pantheon aud the
Invalides at Paris, St. Paul's in London,
the capitol at Yashington, the Isaac
church at St. Petersburg are mere imita
tions of St. Peter's. And thus from the
Pantheon has sprung the architecture
which from Chili to Chicago, from the
British islands to the Turkish empire, from
St. Petersburg to Sicily, is seen in a thou
sand varieties and in ten thousand ex
amples. Fortnightly Review.
Encountered Everything Else.
Brown I am sorry that you met with
opprobrium on your recent dramatic tour.
H. Booth Smith Oh, it wasn't as bad as
that. We met jeers and hisses and even
eggs, but I can't recall opprobrium-Vogue.
: w ff.-- ' " v ...... in. f.i.in .1 e Pei I HU UV
a society of Portuguese adventurers, men
fiT.rl i.An...n r .. . . m
and women, who came from the shore of
lrginia that they might lie freed from the
restraints and drawbacks imposed upon
them by any form of government.
They made themselves friendly with the
Indians, and, freed asthcy were from every
Kina or social government., they uprooted
all conventional forms of society and lived
in a kind of delightful L'topia of their own
creation, despising all forms of religion and
subsisting upon coin the only possible
product of the soil and the game of the
great lorests. I hey intermixed with the
Indians and subsequently with the negroes,
and thus formed the pit-sent raee of Melun
geons. They are tall, straight, well formed peo
ple, of a dark copiK-r color, but with Cir
cassian features. They were privileged
voters in the old slave days and accredited
citizens. They are brave, but quarrelsome,
and ure hospitable to strangers. They have
no preachers among them and are almost
without any knowledge of a supreme being.
Xew York Recorder.
A Philosopher' Opuim.
Voltaire ea il fo a bciiutiru! young laity wiih
whom h was diuiiig, '-Yourrnu's are the ner-
ftctiou ot art : you are :he uerfect on of imtiiro "
This could Lot have been mi 1 if tho yoiins lady
as sulrvriiiL' f oin r.lsoase and pain had lift its
Mns on the fe tnrex. Women ho want to keep
lL-aiitifiil, n:id be the ''perfect'on of nature,'
mioiiu si -Favorite P edcrip imr1 to assist
nmure when needed, to cornet irregularities, aid
circulation am digestion, i n I thereby clear up
ine skin, renderii It s. ft tied beautiful. Ilr
Fierce" Favorite Pre cr p i n i the only medi
cine for woman'- peculiar ills, cold through drng-t-'i.-tf,
and g laranteed to give s:i i faction iu every
I'Uku, or money refunded.
Fits All lits stopped free bv Dr
u-1 : v. . . x- ' '
ivuuo s viretti, .Nerve lU'storcr. o
lits after tho llrst day's use. Marvel
ous e uros. Trcaise'iind $2 trial bot
tie free to tit cases. Send to Dr
Kline, ilijl Arch street, Philadelphia
la tor sale bv sl! 'Iruirtrir-ts: call
Dont be deceived by ignorant,
unscrupulous fakirs and confi
dence men, assuming to offer
Indian Remedies," and who
pretend that their nostrums are
made by the Indians.
and other Eickapoo Indian Remedies
THE ONLY CENUINE
INDIAN REMEDIES MALC
AND SOLD IN AMERICA.
The word ';Kickapoo" is copy
righted and they dare not steal that.
Be sure you get "Klckapoo Remedies," and
ee that every bottle or package bears
thla fac-simile algnature thuai
Dlatributlng Agcnta, 521 Grand At.,
New Haven, "t. These genuine Indian
Remedies are not peddled but are sold at
all drug atorea.
FREE I three S-r. lampa in nay
' pmrtr. and we will mail yi.u
free a thrtlllnit and tntrnarly InlerpuliiiK hook
of 17.1 nagea, entitled LIFE M M K.L
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Telia all about the Indiana.
W 3io'J DaYe.VV'
'! AasOLUIE CUKL: FOR
wit l hot r.AtW
?:r-?l?7"lE 4SK FOR
T H THOMAS Sol" -rent
M i n n i vii nvnui i utcrj I
rillauar U.' V i C n., . 1 1
f' If tvmi Kind with i:nnnrKl
for any unnatural discharge uk?'
f your druggist for a bottle of
B Hit ft). It riiTVHi In ? Hat-a
I without thf aid or pub!., iiroa
1 aootnr. Non-powonntifi and
I troaranted not to m fixture.
VTht Universal America Cure.
o Evans Cbemiii: i
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Xarcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, lrops, Soothius Syrups, ami Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is tliirfy years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
feverishncss. Castoria- prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation aud. flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates tho stomach
and bowels, giving- healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is iho Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend.
"Castoria is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
good effect upon their children."
Du. Q. C. Osgood,
" Castoria Is the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not
far distant when mothers will consider the real
Interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of the variougquack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
them to premature graves."
Da. J. F. KlNCBCLOB,
The Centaur Company, TT
THS. MOLINE WAGON,
Manufacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
a full and complete line of Platform and other Spring Wagons, especially adapted to tba
eaiem trade, of superior workmanihlp and nnlen filnstrated Price LUt free on
application. See the HOUKI WAGON before purchasing
Heating and Ventilating Engineers,
Gas -and Steam Fitting,
complete line oi Tipe, Brass Goods, Packing Hose,
Fire Brick Etc. Largest nd best equipped
establishment west of Chicago.
D4.V1S tsj-CMii. Moline, HI.
Everythiog in the line of spring vehicles, and the
Jargest assortment of
Harness, Laprobes, Whips, Etc.
Mason's Carriage Works,
East Fourth Street,
-ELY'S CREAM BALM Cleanses the Nasall
PaanaEM, Allays l ain aud Inflammation, Heals!
the teores, Kfatorm Twt and femell, and 1'ureal
Gives li-lief at OHi -
Arr nr the huttriU
50c, liruEgisU or cj ciail. ELY
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE, NO: 2821 SIXTH AVENUE,
8hop on Vine Street ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
IMMMattl, Ta-ak. -aMaaaw 1 V
vr -i i i i is
" Castoria is so well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior to auy prescription
known to ni."
H. A. Archer, M. D.,
Hi So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T
" Our physicians in the children's depart
went have spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
and although -we only have among onr
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that tha
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon it."
United Hospital and Dispensaby.
Allen C. Smith, Pres.,
Murr ay Street, New York City.
1 12. 1 14 West Seventeenth 6t
Telephone 1148. Rocklelai. '
Teleohone 1 1 6
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