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THE ARGTTS. MONDAY, ATJQTJST 21JL899
Published Dally ud Weekly mt 1634 Second
Avenue, Rock Island. 111. IVn'ered at the
Poktrfflce as Second-clas matter
IN . THE NiBE1 OF J. W. POTTER.
TERMS Dul'.y. to cent per week. Weekly,
12.00 per annuic; in advance (1. 50.
All communication of political or argumen
tative character, political or religloua, must
bare real name attached for pub lea" ion- No
neb article will be printed over ilctitloas aig
natures. ' . -.
Correspondence solicited from every town
hip la H jclt Island county.
Moxuat, AUOfST, 21.
William J. Bkvax says that what
we got from Spain in the Philippine
for $20,000,000 " is an option on tbe
fight" which Spain has waged for 300
Gov. Takxeic has presented his
black bear to the Lincoln park zoo.
It he could tret rid of bis record as
easily he might feel that his western
trip had been a Jiowling success.
Ihe beef trust raised the prices in
America in order to undersell Anstra
11a in England. ' Now the Retail
Bathers' association in New York has
asked all dealers to raise the price of
meat 3 cents a pound to meet the
trust advance. Merely another evi
dence that the consumer pays the tax
and the tax makes the trust.
The Size of tbe Army.
The rejrular army previous to last
year numbered about 25,000, all told
The present status of the army is
about as follows: Authorized strength
of the regular army, bo, 000; provis
ional army. 13 regiments volunteers.
16,955; making the total strength of
the army 81,955. The present en
listed strength of the regular army is
60,323, making 4.677 recruits still re
quired. To bring the volunteer regi
ment up to their full strength will re
quire about 4,000 enlisted men. J be
regular armv is scattered as follows
In the United States, 16.642; in Porto
Rico. 2.S15; in Cuba, 12,290; in Phil
ippines, 22,550; en route to Philip
pines, o,U2; transport service, ; in
Alaska, 455; in Hawaii, 483; on fur
lough, 5; total. 60,323. " The Philip
pine army will consist of 30,42.) regu
lars, when those en route and about to
sail reach their destination; organiz
Ing in Philippines (two infantry and
one cavairy regiments volunteers)
3,865; organizing' in the United
States (10 infantry regiments volun
teers). 13,090; oUicers, 1,573; aggre
gate combatants for Philippines. 48,-
951; medical ollicers, 219:- hospital
corps. 1,160; total, 1.379; aggregate
force for i'nilippines, 00.330.
Running Mates Ualore.
Omaha World Herald.
If the g. o. p. managers want a
"war hero"' to act as Alctiinlev s run
ning mate why do they not fix on
Sampson? Sampson killed a mule at
Mantanzasv Or. there is Sliafter, for
instance. Shafter vindicated the
hammock as a weapon of war at San
tiago. Or, there is Eagan, for an
other instance. Kigan demonstrated
that his mouth was mightier than his
sword. Or, as a third instance, there
is Capt. Oberlin M. Carter. Carter
could give considerable assistance in
the work of financing a campaign,
having stolen fl. 600,000 from the
government, and is at present enjoy
ing the protection of the administration.
A Mother Telia How She Saved Her Little
, Oaoghter'a Life.
I am the mother of eight children
and have a great deal of experience
with medicines. Last summer my lit
tle daughter had the dysentery in its
worst form. We thought she would
die. I tried everything 1 cold think
of, but nothing seemed to do her any
good. I saw by an advertisement in
our paper that 'Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy was
highly recommended and sent
and got a bottle at once. It
proved to oq ne of the very best
medicines we ever had in tbe house.
It saved my little daughter's life. I
am anxious for every mother to know
what an excellent medicine it is. Had
I known it at first it yould have saved
me a gctwti ueai oi anxiety ami my nt-
IHB OPJtX DOOB.
(With apologies to Dickens.)
VISITORS FROM ROCKFORD.
BT HOWARDS. TAYLOR.
Says big Biii Sikes toO lvr TwUt:
"We're a hanm-sax in pair:
We tits tCKSiber like and and wrist:
We air nateral eausu-ve a r:
Ana I needs yer n )w and I needier bad:
M I ve re-Uel you often afore;
For i eove I k me reqi ioes lid
Wot kin crawl in and hopen the door:
To hopen the door!
To hopen tbe doer
fTaffy I ebean." sat s Willvum in irlee.
"And I II s see ten tbe kid with it, (ui and
'B it ju&t the ba ly for me." save .
'-To crawl in and hopen the door!
Sunday In I
says Sikes with a
Nine Hundred of Them Spend
The excursion yesterday from Rock-
ford under tbe auspices of tnebwedisn
Uusic and bick lieneiit rand, of that
city, was well attended. x Over nine
hundred from the Forest City availed
themselves of the oplortunity to visit
Rock Island and to inspect the differ
ent points oi interest to be round.
Black Hawk Watch Tower, Rock
Island arsenal and other places were
visited, while tbe doors of the Modern
Woodmen of America's home were
swung open and many fraternally in
clined inspected the building'' Rock-
ford bears the reputation of being a
manufacturing city and those who
journeyed to this city yesterday bore
tbe stamp of thrift and intelligence.
The visitors arrived in two sections
over the Milwaukee, the first coming
in at 9 o'clock. Condifctor F. Murphy
and Engineer Blackford were the
crew. Engineer Barron and Conduc
tor J. P. Cross, with the second sec
tion, arrived at 10:15.
1". oren and O. W. l'aulsen, presi
dent and -vice president of tbe society.
accompanied the first and second sec
H. E-Correll, trainmaster, and W.
Winton, division freight and passen
ger agent, also accompanied the ex
cursion." The pleasure of the trip was
heightened by lively music rendered
But 1 ve Dim your iooi ana i ve naa your l Dy tne society 8 baud. -
- I Y . I J , - , 1
xt nau ucen anuounceu in ttocKioru
some days in advance of the excursion
that Augustana college would be open
to'tne visitors, who would also have
an opportunity . of attending divine
worship at the college chapel, But
the faculty put their foot down on this
part of the nroeram, which, it is
claimed, had the effect of keeping
many at iiome.
Two'" Facts FAboui
It has set the standard of quality for all competitors for the last thirty years. The strong
est claim any competitor can make is that his coffee is "just as good as Arbuckles'."
Hall over the world.'
"I've eracbed dome cribs in me day;
And I alius found the plan to Kit In
lit a bally to hopen tbe way:
And Ol'ie. me 'ero. yer twin of me soul,
I'll at aid by yer more and more!
And 111 give yer a lift to tbearansom "ole
i o erawi in ana nope a tbe aoor:
To hopen tbe door: .
To hopen the door
( 'Ernst get pincbexi. an the eae may be
liut wot. in me eu is tne nmius to me?
A hally's buslnew, y er see. " Ravi 'e. .
I to crawl in and hopeo the door')
'Ere' China, for hinstanee." says Mister
"And 'ere is tbe 'andiett means
Of elplnr ma in by a bally I linen
Shoved in through the FulvDt-eno:
And dooty. me kid. yer letches medrift?
to-e s a Dura en wot 8 got te be bore:
And I boilers me 'and to (rive er a lift
To crawl in nd hopen tbe door:
. To bop;n the door:
To bonen the dor!
(7s burJen." Rays I5U-. -may 'appen to be
a unarm oT Muir nut alius, yer tee.
Tbe tm is tbe burden for me, nays e.
-Conweyed through the bopen dooi')'
"I swanny to pracious:" says Oliver Twist,
The oiler you wake w grand:
Till I'm sorto osket red of vour hand!
Aid talkin'of burden tne bully tree'
I've enough without loukinic I r more
You mu-st n ad some easier sucker than me
To crawl in and open tbe door:
To open tbe door:
To onen tlie door:
("He can go," sajs tbe kid with a nod and
a wink. r
"To the place where they ifive melted
sulphur to drink:
They'll at his case to a kink, I think.
And tind him an open door."
LEFT BEHIND BY THE TRAIN.
From Her I
Woman Was Separated
Two or three mornines azo. when
the Kansas City passenger train ar
rived at tbe Hock island depot.
A woman who could not talk
English got off the train and went
into the depot. Before she returned
the train had pulled out. taking her
two children along. She had tickets
for Chicago and had removed her
shoes to rest ' her feet and was bare
When she learned the train had
gone she was'nearly frantic, and cried
and moaned like a crazy person. The
ticket atrent and men in the telegraph
oflice interested themselves' in her un-
conductor to put
Fifth avenue, if
unate position ana te egrapneu tne from rotruding and itching benior
would follow on the next train. Then
they trot John, the bat:rarrenian, for
interpreter, and although he is not
upcon .Bohemian talk, he endeavored
to make her understand what had been
done and eased her mind somewhat.
She was sent along on the following
train and found the little ones as it
had been arranged, but she didn't
leave the train again until she reached
. L t IT . J l 4. I I TClO.
tums oil ul ueneseu auu luu uiuiuer i ..,. -.i . t
most constant irritation. 1 tried a
lot of remedies, and if I had used one
half of tbe cures, sure cures, pre
scribed by my neighbors. I would
have done nothing else but put on ap
plications. I even consulted a phv-l
sician who treated me, but up until J
used Doan's Ointment I never got
hold of anything that did me the least
bit of eood. Obtaining a box of this
wonderful preparation at the Harper
bouse drug store I applied it carefully
as directed. It did me so much good
that I procured two more. After I
stopped the treatment the intolerable
Doan's Kidney fills are for sale by
all dealers, price-50 cents. Mailed by
Fcstcr-Milburn company. Buffalo, N.
Y., sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no substitute.
Millions Given A war.
It is certainly eratifyinirto the pub
lic to know of one concern in tbe land
who are not afraid to be generous t.
the needy and suffering. J he propri
etors of Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs and Colds have
given away over ten million trial bot
ties of this great medicine, and have
the satisfaction of knowing it has ab
solutely cured thousands of hopeless
cases. Asthma, bronchitis, hoarse
ness and all diseases of tbe throat.
chest and lungs are surely cured by
t. Call onllartz As Lllemever, drug
gists, and get a free trial bottle
Kerular size 50 cents and $1. Every
For Over Fifty Featra
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrnp has
been used for children teething, it
soothes the child, softens the gums.
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 2H
bottle guaranteed or price refunded. I cents a bottle.
rill'VTV TWPIR. I x no jnuat w vumm vwwnv.
Transfer. I Alore adults die or kidney trouble
id ii.n. khm tn .Tnhn Tiohn lnt I than of any ether disease. When the
12, Kries' add.. Rock Island, $250.
Axel Krickson by Master "to Black
Ilawk Home Building, Loan & Saving
association, n w0 feet lot 3, and nj
lot 4, block 44. Chicago or Lower add,
Rock Island. tSOO.
18. E. W. Hurst, et al. to Anna M.
and George C Smith, lot 12, block 7
F&irmount add., Moline, 325.
Peter D. Rogers , to John Kadel,
tract by metes and bounds, 31, 17,
first symptoms of this disease appear.
no time should be lost in taking
Foley's Kidney Cure, which is guar
anteed or money refunded. 50 fl
i ihi Kind Yifl Kara Always Boaa
Working Iay and .Night.
The busiest and mightiest little
I tliinrr tht. arr ivdb m.fia ia Tlr 1111
tie. aauwBwr mucn suuenn(r--ionn.aNew-Iife rilIs Every pill isjisugar-
I coated globule of health, that changes
weakness into strength, listlessness
into energy, brain-fag into mental
power. They're wonderful in build
ing up the health. Only 25 cents perl
box. bold by 11 art z & uuemeyer.
truly. Mrs. fieorge F. Burdick,
erty, K. 1.
For sale bv all druggists,
Examine the label '
veil It appears '
upon ihe choicest
bottled beer brevred!
Sold is all landa.
Pare. Pale aad
month a old be
fore being bottled.
V .r 1
FERD. RODDEVIG-S SONS,
Wholesale Dealer?, Davenport, la.
As an honest remedy, Foley's Honey
and Tar does not hold out false hopes
in advanced stages, but truthfully
claims to give comfort and relief in I
the very worst cases, and in the early
stages to enect a cure.
The best Coffee is Arbuckles. The only Coffee to buy Is Arbuckles'.
The right thing is to insist on having Arbuckles'.
No. 72 x "
A School Bag.
14 Inches wide, 10 Inchea deep,
made of handsome colored
netting. Sent post-paid en
receipt f V cent postace
stamp and lO sienntnrca
cat from wrapper of Arbocklea'
No. 73. Scholars' Companion.
A moat opful article for school children. Highly
box witb Iock
and key, con
taioin? leud pen
cil. wn holder,
rule and rubber.
paid on re
ceipt of two
Bianf and IS
from wrapper of Arbocklea' Roasted Coffee.
No. 74. Noiseless Spring
Sfxty Incurs lone.
metal case, well- f4, 1.
nnisneu. it can
be earned In tne r- i
vest pocket Sent wfc
n n ... i et on
mriDi of 'Jo. iMiRtant mam and
IO sianatures cut lnuia wrappers vf
Arbuckles Koa&ted uonee.
Lady's Belt Buckle.
Silver plated artistic destcn. Sent
postpaid on receipt of 3 cent
aostace stamp aad-8 ala-aa-
tvrea cut from wrappers of
Arbuckles' Roasted Co flee.
No. 75. A Fifty Foot
(Hi linen fa, e(
fifty frtt lcntt.
PR id on receipt of - CfM poMagc
stimp nncl 9H olTrntnm cut frotu
wrappers of Arbuckles' Iioastol Coffee.
No, 77. Telescope
This article is prevented from fall
Ins apart by ite unique construction.
Nickel-plated and biglily tinistietl.
cd n ickel
R J Xifcy wD'n tele-
; -7 3 when ex
holds as much as a coffee cup. Scot
poni-pniil on receipt of 2 cent
powtace sxnmp nnd l:l in-
turcs cut frt;tu wrnppvrs of Ar
buckles" KoaMted ColTce.
An Album of Illustrated
Fifty colored pictures of Animals
selected for their beauty and rantv.
Seat peat-paid oa receipt of 'i
cent postace stamp and IO sis
sutures cut from wrappers of
Arbuckles' ltoasted Ccflfre.
No. 79. Pepper and Salt
Made of I'erman Silver without
seam or loint ereit where tops
acrew on and on. Sent past-paid
oa receipt of 9 rent postaae
stamp and 13 sianatures cut
from wrappers of Arbuckles'
No. eo 1
Will weigh from
one ounce to 20
pounds. Nest hp
prepaid bv us, .a
receipt ot real
and UOO sicna
tsrrs cut Irom
w ra ppers of A r
t'otlee. Wbea or
derina name your
Oitice ns well aa
your Pcwt Ottlee.
This Had Happened in San Francisco
Instead of Bock Island More Than
One Reader Would Dispute It.
Phe averajre man is a doubter. It
is due to this fact coupled with neces
sity that such rapid strides have been
made in mechanics find science. Cu
riosity and investigation are necessary
in every business. Rock Island peo
ple are asked to investigate the fol
lowing: It is a simple thing to do.
The party interested is a citizen. He
does not live in New York or Detroit.
Ask Tatrick Roonev, bricklayer, ia09
the following is not
paid oa re
ceipt of two
asd lti sis
rem of A r-
ed Coffee. -
A double strop,
one of leather und
one of canvad,
Length, 22 inches,
widlh, two inches,
receipt of two
from wrappers of
A Table Cover.
Hantfome cloth, varie
gated tlcured puttem with
fringe, 32 inches. Sent
post-paid on receipt
of two cent postnfic
ritu in n Riiil S sislm-i
itKT.-s cut trom -raipeiw f No. GO
An; ona Book of the following List will ba sent post-paid on receipt
of a 2 cent postage stamp and 10 signatures cut from
the (rrappers of Arbuckles' Roasted Coffee.
No. 84 A ONE NIGHT MYSTERY, and two other great Detective
stories, by "Ousliiih."
No. 85 ADVENTURES OF A BASHFUL BACHELOR, by Cuu
AmtslA. A mirlU iirovuklug story. . -
No. CO TEMPEST AND 8UN8HINE. A Novel. by Mrs. Mart J.
lioLUKS. Tho most popular female writer of notion of the age.
No. 87 THE SUNNYS1DE COOK BOOK, hy Mas. JarNNia
H niAX. This is one of th most coiupretienaive, common
aeuse Coolc iiooka ever publibUod.
No. 83 OLD SECRETS AND NEW DISCOVERIES. This book
takrs the render out oftlie beaten tracks of knowledge, and will
Le found both cniartaiDius and uselul.
No. C9 THREE THOUSAND THINCS WORTH KNOWING, hy
It. Mwrb, author of '-Moore's Universal Assistant." This booK
Is unencycloiiedia of highly useful information In oondensed form.
THE CITY OF DREADFUL NIGHT, and other stories
by Ruuvaud Kii-t.iMu.
The First Prayer.
I n chea In
f '2 cent
lamp and ,
pers of Arbuckles' Routed Coffee.
The First Kiss
buckles' iwidtec! Coffee.
im po rtcd
20 Inchea in
post - paid
of 2 cent
M stamp nnd
tures c n t
pers of Ar-
Two Is Company.
rep roi uo
tion in 14
work of art.
pn id on
mi. imp and
IO is na
from wrappecs of arbuckles' Xtooted
No. 94. A Basket of Beauties.
A mfw?ri.fleent picture of Ropes by Paul rte
Lonppru. the Rreat painter of liowers. We
believe tbia to be one of tbe bandaomest
flower pictures ever offered to the public tt
is ILSti"'! inches In sue. Sent post-pnld
nn receipt of 2 cent postaae stnnip nnd
IO Micnnturcs cut from wrappers of Ar.
buckles' Koasted Coffee.
Kach measuring 9Kxl7
Inchea. The titles are
' Summer Fragrance,"
A Vase of X-lliea.' aad
"Fresh and Sweetr","
Tneso three pictures all
go together, and will bo
sent post-pnid on re
ceipt ot 3 cent post
age stamp and 5 sig
natures cut from wrap
pers of Arbuckloa
Boasted Coffee. '
No. SO. Noah's Ark.
A menagerie, consisting of 13 pairs of
Animals Klephants, Camels, Peer, Horses,
Cattle, Donkeys, Goats, Lions, Tlears, Tigers,
Dogs and Cats. Kach pair is coupled and
stands alone. They are lithographed In
many colors on heavy cardboard, cut ont
and embosaed. Kvery feature of the Animals
Is distinctly shown. The elephants are 7
Inches high and 10 Inches long, and the other
Animals are proportlnnaft'rySargc. Kent
post-pnld on receipt of 2 cent postage)
stamp and 13 signatures cut from
wrappers of Arbuckles' Koasted Coffee.
No. 87. 'Eighty-one Cold Eyed Needles.
Put np In a
occo rase, as
- sorted sizes,
and made by
the best Eng
p o s t-p aid
of 3 cent
pers of Ar
buckles" Roasted Coffee,
Hair Pin Cabinet
A metal box lithographed
in colors, containing One
Hundred Kair Pins, as
sorted aipfs and styles;
straight, en m pled and in
vlsiblc. The different
styles are In separate com
partmenia. iSent pot
paid on receipt of
cent postace ntamp
nnd IO bignntureti cut
from wrappers of Ar
buckles' ltyaatcti Coffee.
A Pocket Mirror
and Comb. ;
Set In neat leather
combination case, witb
white metal frame.
Sent post-pnid oa
receipt ofa cent
postage stamp aad
7 signatures cut from
wrappers of Arbuckles1
-pnw NO. tOO I
C 7 Safety
f-"-' w--yPin Book
tbe ah I e Ids
secured or re
'(-- i ,i t tt l' a
i "s.ri 'ra i-Z-iS mint irrtrfngn
tamp and H signatureti cut from
wrapiiers of Arbuckles' 1 to anted Colfee.
This Is a picture el the Sig
nature en Arbuckles' Roasted
5ofiee Wrapper, which you are
to cut out and send to us as
No other part ol the Code
Wrapper will, he accepted as a
voucher, nor will this Picture tag
accepted as such.
l W OUK SI6BATUKES ARE PRINTED OH RED BAOKOROLTTD.
represents one pne of tt Lint which 1 found In each
. package of Arbuckles' KobmU'iI i ollce, and wllh cacti
K5 in which the List Is found tlio ptirctiuHcr tins bought
lite part of Home article to be BelecMMl by hltn or tier
he List, subject only to the condition that the ptirnnturo
pnekago Is to be cutout and returned to Arbnckle l.ror.
onclier. In accordance with tho dirm-llons printed In.
:tion with each item Illustrated nnd described iu the I isL
1st will le kept good only till 9Iay 31. IfWO. Another
f this Ust will appear In this puper shortly.
Address ail communications to ARBUCKLE BROS., NOTION DEPT., NEW YORK CITY. N. Y.
ri4'r "' '$xv '
Guaranteed by a dollar draft in
every f 1 box cash it if no benefit re
sults that Mull's Pioneer Kidney
Core twill relieve any form of kidney
ana bladder disease promptly, and
effect a positive cure in a short time
by a laitblul use oi it. in tne same
way we will guarantee our Floneer
care for rheumatism and neuralgia,
for dyspepsia and stomach trouble,'
for liver trouble, impure blood and
general debility, for female complaint.
a remedy lor eacn disease not a
cure-all. Have cured an armv of
hopeless cases will cure you. 25
eots atid f l. At x. tl- iocmas .
Arnold's Bromo Celery cures head-
acnes; iu, z ana eu cents. Betas'
J. II. LIGHT.
The celebrated Magnetic and Oste-
onathetic healer of the Weltmer meth
od is now stoppino-at 318 Sixteenth
street, Bock Island, 111., and is meet
ing with marked 'success in bes.Iingr
the sick. He asks to see those whom
doctors have given np, and medical
treatment nas tailed to cure. Re
member he treats all chronic diseases
;. i r : i -
j-. j-r f,, .-j-, i Tif j I u.uj. uo iirca uu meclizine.
ttZfU I A i tUrS j Strict attention paid to female weak
ness, t irst treatment half price; con
sultation free; six treatments $2.50 to
$5; also gives absent treatments for
f 4 per month in advance. Commun
ications promptly answered. lie also
teaches the science for half what it
costs in Nevada and Kirksville, Mo.
One of Many Testimonials.
CBEH-IKKC KaA.. JulvSt. 1F93.
I have practiced medicine SO years.
and was afflicted with rheumatism two
years. Prof. J. IL Light gave me six
Magnetic and Massage Healings and
now I am well. I cheerfully recom
mend him to any one where medicine
has no effect. - Viire him one trial at
least. J. D. Fokxet, M. D.
isn't acquired by removing
the spots but by never hav
ing the spots. So we have
sponges, from the biggest
bath or carriage sponge to
the smallest and finest surgi
cal sponge, chamois, all sizes:
metal polisher, etc
A. J. RIESS,
TYDT'nf TCT Corner of Fonrtb Aveirae and
Steve F. Mii.i.hr,
Sole Lessee and Manager,
ONE WEEK ONLY, COMMENCING,
Monday, August 21.
First appearance in Rock Is
land of the eminent
French Hypnotist, Pauline, As
sisted by Camaveaax
The Noted Mind Reader. Summer Prices,
Prices IO, 20 and 30o.
LADIES' FREE, on Monday tight
when accompanied by one paid Suo
Sale of seats at Bleuer'g j e w elry atore.
-IF YOU WOULD-
Drink at the Fountain of Health
reatj-tolrd Sv.Koenlaiaad, CI
Modem Railroad With Mod
ern Train Service.
Combined with all the -luxuries
known to the
FASTEST TIME ON RECORD.
Rates always as low as
the lowest between ocean
and ocean, east and west,
north and south.
ASK FOR INFORMATION.
IT IS A PL.EA.SURE TO ANSWER
H. D. Mac, D. P. A.
, M. J. YoLTfQ, Agent.
Phones 2131 and 11 SO.
Our Electric Machine for
the treatmentof Nervous
and X-Kaj work.
sou be made well
The moat successful
and the most sclentUl a
DR. J. E. WALSH,
Late of Chicago, former
ly Burgeon-ln-Cbief of St.
His reputation for yean In Davenport, where he h as cured hundredsof ebronle cases (riven us
aa hopeless by others, proves conclusively that his acientilio methods of treatment cure when
Others fail. i
CONSULTATION FREE -PROMPT AND PERMANENT CURES.
CATARRH, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Syphilis, Blood,
Kidney, Liver acd Skin Disc ate s caa be aulokly and permanently cured by our advance
system of medicine. .
WOMEN suffering from Diseases of the Womb, Ovaries, Bladder, Kidneys
Nervous Exhaustion. Palpitation of tbe Heart, Dyspepsia, or any disease peculiar to ae
ahould call on the great Specialist and ret an opinion on their esse free of charge.
ELECTRICITY Scientilically applied; Nervous Debility, Piles, Exhaustive
Drains, Night Losses. Defective Memory, Threatened Insanty, Loss of Will Power, Meat
Delusions. Sleeplessness, Lost Manhood, Weakness of Men, eta.
VARICOCELE is the most active cause of Nervous Debility. Why treat
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OUR CREDENTIALS AND TESTIMONIALS ARE THE BEST. The Bum
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la both medioal and surgical eatta la proof conclusive hat our advanced methods cure
where ali others fail. Therefore, do not waste time with others, but consult us at once innd .
regain your lost health. There la a stage In every disease that can be cured. Have
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