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YOUTH OF TO-DAY
d Nervous Oiseasat areCutafS
, special Treatments Inter-
ea about IS or 1 yearn old, and from iMrtoi " "
J!J.,Ti"..Ii!'d'1i? wone- the listtwS iT1.? " nJ. he alone of all the doctors constitutions they nrlns; on various nerwmfl
iriTh a T1 "Kht behold Oov. 1 ii1?. "."'i nd 'H"1 .me knew what troubles, prominent sjnoi.a; which ia the ESSS
fw.Mor .Vv . 1 iV;r "lu 1 regular bo la, 1 had
?? ?-K.i5 ere there wasn't a pimple there
wasaoiach.d.orascar. It . nVSrVUr
T.1I!TS"' ,nat 1 oar"l for. either but lorn
. ""PI?" eeral physlclans.some of whom
prunowc'iremeand aome of whor iT.
poonea ine w aoie thin and told me 1 ,iS
S!E2 ?ffp Soe,ortn wal? forhat day
surprising ei rea he waa accomplishing In ,3
forms of skin disease. I went to see htm at
?'d.WhJ-1n hetold me he could easily cure
me I betran 4iia treatment. The d.x-ior um i7
... -.:..i. and Prominent
sailed St. Vitus' dance, or chorea.
Jenny Taylor Is a young lady 8 yean of are
who unfortunately suffered from this disease.
She is an ambitious Utile miss, studied too hard
and was taken down with scarlet fever last sum-
I toll Tnn fr.nww t v.i. ST."- V" 1 1'S?-?" ,S "" uul unmeaiaieiy
Uliiv- Vi V T. i 3t lowuwiug ii mere oegan wis nervous trouble.
rii Lfi - f. began ,hl." Teaunent- .Th2 "Although Jenny got over the scarlet fever all
?&rZ&i T . fnTEn'na'S ""iejrurVied;- One mor Tnirty-nrs, MrSe" SmSk'STo'S
thoroughly disgunted and de- :,1?liS.ndaK f"5 beginning, treatment, I woke affected with some nervous disease. It consisted
ri,u,lJ i nrsiseemea natural, icoao of constant twitchings of the muscles of the face
u2lf Sdi?H JS the trou51? 1 fl5S-Uy nd " she as so bad that she could not
... i wned on me. Ika&nopain That walk across the floor without someone leading
rTJLid.. ieIei,!htyearofc?nftn,;uFer,n; ner- Evea during her sleep this Jerking and
Kmi "Ln-. i leaf'ed ont of twiching would keep up, and of course her rest
ESr.wJ ".n lhal da to tiuB 1 naye been a per- . was very much broken. Before her sickness she
IeSl.1X.S'"n- was a sweet-temneri-d child hut now if I nr.nn.t
i.?leJn tw. re'. Not a bit of it I am her in any way she would fly Into a tantrum and
Hm...,; ' i.",;.,","',."'ie t.mf,inr. .r.5 , . I"""- r, " lowae .ner to rum.
i-"1" iib luriiviiieH actea iiae acharm :. , """""b ma, a wr muy uuo cims
In one month I was much beuer and ini. , c" sy 1 one-tenth what he deserves.'
monina i wat well, without the sign of a pimi.le
or blackhead Since then the scars havo rr,i.n
waa the matter with mn u ..M h.t thm
no need of any operation at all, but that he could
cure me without doubt.
CCRED IN TWO WEEKS.
Sri.1;-.' M.1 is ik
vir 'r.. ' ,
native of Putnam
now aoout forty -live
he save inuication
uhs nereiiur?r 10 acnieve.
' j" "l'r -i ,,,!,e his MUdlCS
ii ' t fxiHTimctita to chemistry
i i.j..re he was tifteen years old
j,v Li- .livuiRie8 ' the doctor."
i "in"' '"" tl1i? whols in his
'' I'" "1P st'Wy of medl
' ' .i v n. r.'cciveil his dt'eree. took
.tl LMiirN.', auu ex.fcueu aown to
f i!" ft 1'rHCiu-c uwti niiy pnysr
't'.;. Il l "t. ,,!:t fi""lii"S that he
! t.ir uttctits he decMed to
' u.ra ( ers, and then settle
lnuniHie uevision ior tae
.i lie kwate.t In thlcao.
h.l iimdo himself bettei
; T..;i vCi'.r H'
.'i.'mii i" M..' iiy.
... r.r :h.!- f trontmcnt are peca
' l lit t.i-if f.r cxirinient hasro
:.V'i'.. and his cbemi'cat lubratory is
.u tiH'Hiio. to these interested
P iriiiK his professional ca-
1 iiiiuseii exclusively to me
lie licenses, making a sjiec
nf iKinrrh, Throat and
in IHsiases. and Diseases
.vsti'iu. lie has feit that
siuvess was to he achieved
rv than if he frittered a'.vay
i 'talents trying to cure every
e v.a ritht the result has proved.
Hinted u lib hiiractlce it seema
ncnunii'er"! invauas,inat ne treais.
or four hundred patients a day at hla
jwKi'n is i v no means unusual.
It- saismier 1 that of the old school
I' f (iee have beard our fathers
::J Iiissnipattiy is so great that It
',. ,: i.Mierb iu Chicago. Ills patients
!ns friends. 1 ney I eel mat it is
or blackhead Since then the scars have rapidlv
left, until to- lav mv ..vir. i. C "rl .
free from scare and blemishes as any one's It
certainly is a; tonlshing with what rapidity I gc
for six years with other doctors an: .io.hiiS
grew worue 1 istead of better. Dr. Berry ther
ms business, and I would
ouithly unde -stands
SCRATCHED FOR SIX YEARS.
William Havill. who resides at 9720 Exchange
avenue, between Ninety-seventh and Kinetv
eighth streets. South Chicago, 111., is one of our
oldest residents, a man of wealth and respected
and esteemed by all who know bim. Mr. Ilavill
suffered agony from eczema, an itching skin
disease, for years, and, as he himself savs, had
and if anyone could cure her he could.
DR. BERRY CfRES HER.
, NASAL POLYPUS AND CATARRH.
Mrs S. Stie ow resides at Niles Center, 111., one
of t hkago s nourishing suburbs, aud. as she her
self says, was a great sufferer until relieved by
Dr. Berry's treatment. The description of her
case is much more graphically given in her own
w?Jds;,h,owc,er' 80 we will let ilia. Stielow fcei
eelf tell her si ory.
; iv ii van. . "' J ivt,i k Ll rx a 41 to : . . -
- v 'hut he cures them for. but that ' i"'J I""-,
..it! Hie ail
u henl:h. The doctor's orlicea are
.5 Sl'lie sirr-vt, lll liie curlier 01
-jM.a'i 1 h ,s wen worm any stranger a
in i a:r;ii:i 10 isii 111cm. tie wen.
ie:;."'riii iuis ciii'rintniw iirurr uuiiu-
.Itl nnt.iis fnui!, uiicu ui lor
I; ' ''S ireaimenrs. inere win De
U1- rie riamis. wnii lira uiauy oair
!.'(..riiiii:::i-tt'n'iK H'ls vital fluid ; the lung
. .Wn:iut'."ii:e: ihe '"gold" treatment.
I j.lwn nh hi s been written, aud of the
('firfiiai t.sunuen caoooK ue saia; me
r.s uie sKin disease rooms, the gvure-
buds o"d soon one after tbeother.
:r t-i.rfHUies it. n'jrry, unreeling ue
v;; mn: : re.crir.inp tne remedies, entering
i-wrr d-t": himself and looking after every
L-vr.:isilv. hut ably seconded byDr.F.
, J5J- ; j ciief of stal.
"Thfld had catarrh for six years," said Mrs.
Rtielow, " and no doctor seemed to understand
my case and 1 ow to cure me. When I went to
Dr. Berry I :"ound out the reason, as ali the
others w ho h id treated me had failed to dis
cover that my nostrils were stopjied up by a large
1 naa great irouo:e witn my
"I want to say, to begin with." said Mr. Ilavill,
'that there is no doctor in the world like Dr.
Berry. 1 am not a young man. and I have seen
a great deal of life, and in all mv experience I
have never met Dr. Berry's equal as an honest
man and - most skillful phvsician. For six
years life was a torture to me from a skin dis
ease I bad on my face. The skin was red and
swollen, my eyes and eyelids were inflamed, but
to crown all the agony there was a constant and
horrible itching. There was no use trving not
to scratch. 1 simnlv had to. And the more I
my mouth op n, as I couldn't get anv air through 1 scratched, the m orse it itched. Nothing would
it is his ohtect to r- head, would et so dixzy I would be afraid of
'he doctor's offices are '"'""Bi ard a night 1 always had to sleep with
my nose at all. I would wuke ut evcrv morning
sick and dlzzv and with my throat so parched
and dry that 1 could not awnllor?. 1 was losing
flesh rapidly and feeling very sick and discour
aged after all my failures to get relief, when a
friend of mil e, who had been cured by Dr. Ber
ry, advited me to go and see mm.
CCR2D IN THREE MONTHS.
E Jit'IiE CF PRACTICE..
Ti :-,.;it".v i!utt a practice such as his
. it: l:n tv.: (ii hnsiness principles, uud
a r--:-.-: r h:ys his money be exiHjcta
....:;!!. :;;d he eels ix Too many
..: e a:iemi.ied tu wheedle
. .: '.'i'r -;i fe nn-1 ht lplcss. and luue
..iri'ii:i: a letter 10 tlit-ni iVM'rll.iin;
.: .r. - tie-y ennld la cured as vu-il at
'..l.: inn's otlicc. This is 11011-
- -ry iii.-- nut mean to say that in no
s .le-crit his sympr'nns inteili-
i.':t uiiat he di.H-s nu'ati is tliat a
M:..::i;iriipii l.y a skilled physician is
r tiny th'-'rl i ion of a disease by
- . .t-r u ri:t. -li. What iha-tor caii
!":'!': Ueript:oii of a skill illscase
..-. .-. i- N,l one. and alllmtu:h he
: '--tctlv in one case, iu the next
. 11 !:! fnil. The same with nerv-
-. i 1 vili hlndder, kidney, uterine
"I followeil the advice so klndlv given, and,
after examining her carefully. Dr. Berry told me
he would have her all ribt again In about twu
months. It seemed almost miraculous the way
that child began to Improve after the lirst week's
treatment. In one mouth she was well, but by
the doctor's advice I continued the treatment
until the two months were up. By that time
there wasn't a Sign of her old disease, and there
hasn't been a sijin of it since. She sleeps welC
eats well, has gained rapidly in strength, not a
panicle of twitching anywhere, aud she is now
as sweet-tempered a child as you. can find any
where. "I consider Dr. Berry the best phvsician in the
West, and all his patients that' I have ever
talked w iih say the same thing. He is kind and
gentle, and In spile of his em rmous practice he
is very thorough with every patient that he takes
Jenny Taylor s mother's name is Mrs. E. I.ub
hen, and she resides at SOS Thirtv lirst street,
Chicago, where she will lie pleased to give fur
ther pnrticulnrs ahnui her daughter's case tc
any one w ho w ill call -.a her, or write her.
We publish to-day nn account of the cure of
Mr. Jno. 1. t'ariiilas, who lives st ItCi tjoutb
Water street. Chicago, and v. ho for a long time
has been eniraged in the fruit business at No. fi
"I w ill verv Kind
ly give my experi
ence under Dr. Ber
ry's trea t m en t,"
said Mr. Carrillas,
cy a reporter," as
I know it may prove
of immense value
to those afflicted as
I once was. About
eight months ago I
that my lungs were
In a bad condition,
and. although for a
number of months
before that I had
bad pains in my
chest and a disa
greeable hacking trx P. CARRILLAS.
cough, I hsd not been alarmed. But the
COtl!h became SO bad thA loss of flnsh n,iH
stop it. No doctor could relieve me and no medi-' strength so marked, that I was thoroughly
cine seemed to have any effect. 1 have been aoared, and at once went to consult a physician
MR. W3f. BAVTLL,
- - V Ml
V ...... .
"After examining me Dr. Berry told me Jnst
how bad I was but said he knew he could cure
me. and from the way he said it and from the
thorough und orstanding he seemed to have of
my disease. 1 believed bim. He did not disap
point me, eitl er. After he had removed the poly
pus from my nose I began to improve steadily,
and in two in mtha I w as almost well. In three
months 1 was completely cured aud with Dr.
Berry's iermisiou 1 stopped the treatment,
"Since that day I have nail no return at all of
my old symptoms, can breathe freely through
both nostrils, my health and strength have re
turned. 110 dii zy sensations any mure and as well
and comforti ble as any woman can be. Dr.
Berry is a great doctor and the kindest man in
Miss Nellie Johnson is a young lady 10 years
of age, daugh u;r of Mr. P. A. J oh 1 nsou, one of the
! an aggravates
bus, ana. aunc
everything to cure her. he had failed in his efforts
until he went to Dr. Berry.
.My nttie lnugn.
treated bv scores of doctors, have siHnt nun
dreds of dollars and have swallowed thousands
o bottles of medicine. One doctor in Chicago,
who I think knows nothing, but to w hom most
physicians here send their skin cases, treated
me, sent me South for one winter, and didn't do
who is spoken of by other doctors as tlio best
lung specialist in Chicago. I do not care to give
his name. bUO it is cnoneh to sav that hp lold ma
I had consumption, and held out very little hope
of curing me. lie said the lungs were too far
goue to do much for me. and that the best he
tne a panicle of good. The best s'kin specialists, I could do would be to prolong my life a little and
not only in Chicago, but in this country, have
treated me, and with the same result.
ALL THE DOCTORS FAILED.
"Every one of them failed to cure me, or even
benefit me for any length of time. All the doo-
make me more comfortable.
'Thflt SM.mA.1 liL-a , t .,alh .,.k1
and I had almost resigned mvself to die. when i
heard, most fortunately, of Dr. Berry and the
great cures he was accomplishing. I went to see
mm at once, uhata difference there was be
tween the two doctors I The first said there was
uriicuiiuciui all, VI llUir. JU IUO UW l Vfll Hie lV O UOClOrS 1 1 Oe UTSl HHIQ IDeiC W&8
tors in my part of the city know about my case, I no hope and I must surely die; Dr. Berry told
and have been patiently waiting to see Dr. Berry
an, as an oiners nave aone; out, tnanas to Dr.
Berry's skill, lie didn't fail. He cured me, and
the doctors have got left for once.
CURED AT LAST.
"In November, 1839, 1 had reached such a stat
that if 1 couldn't get relief I wanted to die. The
itching, the burning and the crawling, as if ten
thousand infects were crawling over my face,
were frightful. On November 18, IMS), I called
first on Dr. Berry. After a careful examination,
not only of my skin, but of my whole body, he
. hrnnnnnim y,a mtruVila nr! cl.t Via u-rtnli lab. .
u i na prominent citizens ot -Morns, t n:," .V.1 .T . w j enu oi mree ruonins ana a nan i was
ha 1 been a sufferer for six years from . rv , rjv ,r . ..." v. J .V . r.i - il f5 I Instead of being In the grave that one
case ot catarrh ana eniargea ton- i , " ; . .i T . . , . . .... - i uesoueu me ior i am aiienning to my
nigh Mr. Johnson had tried almost , :'J'," " ' as usual. 1 consider myself cured, and I
""!K!,""U . errv nau ueen won- owe Dr. Bern- mv life. It is now three
.:- -iitticulty and to know exactly
'lie 'itlieiit. ami the stage of the
r.iii.-j.i. Dr. Berry for n niiuit-er
-"i l-een M'tidinu throiiehoiit the
. i t ot sum Dr. F.I). O'Brien. Dr.
i.'vvn.- pi-rsonally, examines the
: ! 'V t'ir treatment, reports their
n l" lir. Berry, who then looks
.....,l!y and who can then pursue t "a " f'j
fe;i,,ei,t by corresm.ndence, i We were afrdid wl 'f
: i n-i experience that be can iiIukv- a 'J" Q.w H
ii.-ui uie diagnosis mane ty ifr.
Ht rry's itileutioii to have Dr.
" -i 1-iiihd. 111., on Monday, Nov.
N .v. -'iih. and Wednesday, Nov.
mi in the Hurler Hotel ftir three
!! he plenty of lime ftir any
.i..t '.- I.'ik k iiand to call on him
x iiiiiiniiii'ii. These consultations
und euM nothing. Dr. Berrv
i ' iiiivejiny und all who are suf
y t'uin of chrmiic disease, of
- i' peeinltv. call on Dr. O'Brien
1 .it. After examining them
" lirien will re;rt the result to
'!! t-.ti.-iit will then t placed
- '..'. ie und ersonal charge,
. (UriM-tly by him Httd nil
i ui U mi: given bv huu
derfully successful in some other skin disease
cases, 1 began his treatment.
"A month passed and I got no better, except
lng that the doctor had succeeded in relieving
the itching. In two months, however, the im
provement was very marked, and I began to have
Lopes of a cure.
"There is scarcely anything more to add, ex
cept that Dr. Berry has completely and perma
tientlv cured me. I know that the cure is
t permanent, as it has been months now since I
i have had any of the disease sho'.v itself. 1 am
at perfect ease, never have to rub or scratch any
more than others do, end can enjoy my night'a
Bleep like the rest of mankind. During the six
years I suffered I had to snatch my sleep at in-
t.rrala Hnrinc th. iiumvvum of ilchincr unit
-. J 4 " ' ...... ..n .r i
would lose b r, that Af?;.f Wi' i 1 ean assure von that now -sleep "is verv sweet.'
she would nc -er live Hl i&".--3r..r I -i have to'ld Dr. Bcrrv that 1 should insist
to grow up. i he bad s?Lj,E Johnson npon havinc my cure published in the papers,
no appetite, i nd that nasty inflammation In her tut the uoctoI. atl j mvstif varned to wait
throat, w ith the accumulations, kept her con- U) it was permanent", w :th no sign of a
atanily ailing. Aud worae Uian all eise, every ,,, Tbe docuir is now satisfied, ami so am
month or two she would 1 attacked with severe . -d , onlv add .a; I becan. that 'there is
ter. Nellie," sidd Mr.
Johnson to a re
porter who inter
viewed him on his
last visit to Chicago,
"has been a great
sufferer f rom '-atarrh
and chroiih sore
throat for tl e past
six years. Tae dis
ease affecte 1 her
health badlv. she
was so delict te and
vomiting siKilis that would last two or three days,
and that won id leave her in such an exhausted
state that it would be weeks before she would
CCRED AT LAST.
no doctor in the world iike Dr. Berry."
A SEVERE ATTACK OF RHEUMATISM.
Rheumatic pains tre very prevalent In the
iviiuer stason. and probably every one has suf-
. . , , . . icreii more or less lioiu uu ru ui-ruig loe jsi lew
"Finally, hiving tried about every loc orand o,,, Burwhen they sr..w so severe that one
"i " T. : " . iVTo if ri.T.J f IS. Hrr- . S OOUOieO
pair of gettini: Nellie well, I heard of Dr. Berry
' ind took Nell e in to see him. He examined her
carefully and told me iust what he found, naine-
n cure Ids patients as ly, a catarrhs inflammation of the mucous sur-ii-atu
and coining regu- faces of the nose and throat, and tonsils that
!u'in vera case is inrural'le, ; were so enlarged by chronic inflammation that
they almost c osea up ner tnroat. lie, uowever,
encouraged c e greatly and told me he would
have her well in four months.
We began tbe treatment at once. and although
the improvement seemed alow, still it was sure.
As soon as tho doctor was able to operate on tbe
tonsils tbe cu-e went on much more rapidly, and
by tbe end of Ihe four months Nellie w as cured,
just as he pr mised me. Her appetite had re
turned, she h id grown plump and healthy look
big.tbe intian mation in ner throat had disappear
ed and in fa 1- she was well. That was a mouth
! s ith patients, and I ago. and to-di y (Feb. !, lKidi.) Dr. Berry telta me
H er hundred prominent there is no danger of a relapse, and. barring the
! volun.eof Kid i.ages. and accidents of t nildbood. she will remain a healthy
nine. Dr. Berrv in
und even- patient un-
rely absolutely upon
it t';e lial.ii of reading the
l.i. - no need of an introduc-
l -.i.-v v.eek theepHiiers pub-
.ii iinii on soute popiilarmedl
v v iil; iliere apiesr inter
f'e hnv cured and prominent
.I-::!.- too gludlv endorse his
Dr. Berrv has compiled
who are uiiaroualnted
.. . he us s,.,,t some of them to
ii ''- '. The doctor requests any
i' 1 in this subject to call and
! i- no t harKe, and a perusal of
-''.-' DP.EASE3 TE3ATED.
-io'jt f ho docto?. Now eoraetiiri;
-.1.3. Tiio data ofcieasesof whvel1
--o F'j.vii'.l.y are all chronic (lis-
-.-"J woicfi have gotten astroug
"i" oi'l creciltlicult to cure. His
'"'''i. rUn aud nervous diseases',
t- - i"::vi.t and cure of Plmpies,
icl:- te."of uia and all skin Dis
rvV ';-- of :e Ear. Catarrh, Bronchitis,
Cj".- on nd all rMadnua fit thu
UMat a-.d i a
,-r,?csne, Headaches, Weekneaa ot
NauralgUi, Diseases of the Kld-
J.V v-r' '""sea ot Women, and all
IBfim. ".'"""in r-yatem.
'fccLJ 1 ".'' ?a'lcn:a who have been cnaed
- Iv- tae"e diseases appears weekly In
to-l , ''"erecting to our readers to repub
tta .i-'-'ntemews. and we therefore
necemaary to make any excuse
EX DISEASE OP TTT2 FACE.
."".lanLe.f ,c.,2.zi rrL jrzr:
.uu iuusii moiuiuu ui mit in
among the young,
and although most
doctors find great
difficulty In curing
It Dr. Berry seems tc
be as successful la
this as In the othet
diseases he treat
Mr. Charles Gralfs
who lives la Momes
III., waa afflicted
number of year wltx
this disease, but tin
ally had tbe good
fortune to bear oi
Dr. Berry, went to
him (or treatment
and was perfectly
n.nl in twnmontha.
UAILt. .. Ihln tall hilDSlI
100! $. mULUr.' Gralfs. - I had
wiCiTi uul"Js of pimples ana Diaoa-
ilK Bbtma Ml CUM waul
child. My experience with Dr. Berry has been a
I mucii pieuuui wuc. a '"'-." .
1 . ...n.,I.Altn ,1 Ih.iMlllirh i 11 all t .
courieoiis, y ' i1."1 tit- .uu ........ .. . .u -
does, but the best proof ef his success is the
crowded condition of his offices. Patients seem
to throng to fcim by tbe hundreds, and, as I said
before, my ei pfrience teaches me they are all
well pleased with the doctor's treatment. 1 shail
aiwavs take g -eat pleasure in retouiiueudiug the
sick to Dr. ht rry."
NEURALGIA FOR EIGHT TEARS.
Tlere la a miracle! At least Mr. Sol S'immers
who resides a: 88S6 Dearborn street, Chicago, say
so. and to hear him tell of his rapid cure by Dr.
Berry it cert nly sounds like one.
" I scarcely know how to begin." said Mr. Slim
mer, " to tell v on how 1 have suffered for the past
eight years. 1 he agony was simply excruciating,
and at one tlx ia it took three men to hold me
down. I hac a neuralgia of the kidneys and
bladder, and, although neuralgia is bad eaougb
when located in any part of the body, when it
affects the k.dneva the pal" unbearable. I
don't mean to say that during these eight years I
always suffered in this way, but what 1 do mean
Is that not for one moment was I entirely free
from pain, and there would freequently be hours
and dayswhs a the pain was so Intense that aim
ply to die and end it all would have been the
greatest happiness. I suppose, however, no one
but those who have experienced it can under-
,land' "NO RELIEF FROM PAIN,
And for eight years I suffered. I would lie on
one side, tber. on the other: would sin "P J" bed.
would walk a-ound my room, would try peculiar
take hot sits baths,
and still the pain
doctors treated me
and none relieved
me. The most prom
inent and oldest su r,
geon in C hicago told
me I would have to
3 be operated on, and
j that even with the
i 1 operation I could
sn. i not live two '"rs."
3 -And now . '.ir. for
th? miracle. ....can
call it nothing else.
One day, in looking
over the papers, I
saw an account of
two persons that 1
in. sol iimta
ui and ( rinnied and can t move
around, then it is ti nt the doctor who can cure
them is sought out and his skill called into
reouisitiou. Those who are well along in years
FUffer the mosi. and Mr. )uim Daiey, o"f 510
Twenty-6inh street, Chicago, wus no exception
to the rule.
' For over a year
row," said Mr. Daley,
"I have suffered with
rheumatism, but it was
only this winter that I
r.'ns so crippled by it
that 'I was unable to get
around and do my work.
I hated to give up and
acknowledge I was
Flea, because I don't
like doctoring, and I
expected a long course rryvt
CI merJK'ines ana ireai .r--w
tnent before I got well i-'i.
If I once began. I tried
all kinds of liniments.s.;?
and remedies, wit nn-."s'
eiiv 1 found that I was aa, lomt baict.
growing rapidlv worse instead of better, and
w ent to see Dr. Berry.
The doctor had cured me of a blood trouble
about a vear before, and 1 knew he was the doc
tor to cure me of this quickly, if any one could.
When I first called on him I could scarcely walk,
I was so sore and stiff, pains iu every Joint and
muscle iu mv bodv, and limping along as if I
were 80 instead of CO. I told the doctor he must
get me well quick, and he said he would do bis
best. Even? one knows what Dr. Berry's 'best'
is. and all I'have to add is that in one week I was
better, and in two weeks I was well. How's that
for fast tlmeT I have remained well, of course,
as Dr. Berry'a medicines don't cure you for a few
weeks only, but they cure you for good. He's a
great doctor, and I shall always go to him for
ST. VITHS' DANCE QUICEXT CURED.
The present la a time of progress in all things,
and the voting study harder and progress faster
than did" the children of a decade ago. This has
me that my case was by no means hopeless, that
ne wuum pui me nnacr treatment at once, ana,
although lie w ould not promise to cure me, he
believed that he could. That of itself was about
the best tnr.ic he could hove given me, and, with
hope again restored, I started in on the treat
CURED AT LAST.
"By Ihe end of one month onlv I began to no
tice the good effects. The cough was much bet
ter, scarcely any distress in breathing, appetite
picking up and stronger in every way. At the
since I stopped his treatment, and there has not
been any sign of any return of tbe disease. Cer
tainly if during all this cold, damp weather of
the last winter, when everybody has been suffer
ing from the grip and various other lung and
throat affections, and I have remained perfectly
well, without even a cough. I think I am Justi-
nea in consiaermg tnat nr. Berry has accom
plished a radical cure in my case at least. He is
a grand, good doctor, and I can never do or sav
enough to repay him for what he has done for
Its disadvantage:; as well as its advantages, and
?!.. nemonslv acquainted with having been as most children are ambitious and do not like
Vr,MMd3r Biirry I knewii he hadn't cured therr to be excelled by their classmates, thev.fre
1 toefwouWwwbaWraiUvd W wj' o. gaentlf stn'lj io luud MM r.'-'M their 4ajW
Ifoa wish to malce dote as white as Tte sun
And finish your vorK as soffiJ as begun.
6ANTA claus soap is Ming Tfiat Will do it,
ynd Wing once bougfit it you never will rue it.
Successor to Adameon & Ruicb,
T?rrV Tfilfmrl Til
Shop Nineteenth St., bet. First and Second ATenue,
GeneralJob'bing and Repairing promptly done.
S5jfSecond Hand Machinery bought, sold and repaired.
H. SIEMON & SON,
toves and Til,
ZFTTIMIIFS, ZNAuIXjS, &C,
Barter Banner Cooking and Heating" Stores and the Oeteaeo Cooking Store.
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
1508 SECOND AVE., ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
J. Ma CHRISTY.
Col. A. C. Bewev. railroad contractor. 809 Koval
"1y opinion of l)r. Berry, Is. of course, that of
all his patients. A more upright, conscientious
and skillful physician cannot be found in the
United Stated, and when I say that I know what
1 am talking about. He eured me of acute
Bripbt's disease of the kidneys, heart disease and
severe prostration, and I fully believe he saved
Harvey Jenney, of the Jenney-Grabam Com
pany, m Madison street
"I am well acquainted with Br. Berrv. both
professionally ana socially, and know bim foi
an honorable man and a thorough phvBician."
Samuel .Myers, with Ilibbanl, f peucer, Bartlett
& Co., comer Lake street and Wabash avenue:
" From personal experience with Ilr. Berry 1
can speak of his (.kill in the hiRbest terms. I
Consider him one of Ihe most competent physi
cians in tbe West, and I would prefer to have
him treat me rather than any other physician 1
H. H. Cooler, of Gregory, Cooley & Co., Union
"Dr. Berry is a gentleman and a phvsician
worthy of any one's patronage. I sgteuk from
personal extierience. I have taken great pleas
ure iu recommending a number of my friends to
him, and helms cured them. Tbls is certainly
the best of all testimony. If I myself ever need
a physician again I shall most certainly consult
William Lowe, with the Chicago city sewerage
department, residence 8.'i Calumet avenue:
"I have known Dr. Bern for a long time, and
I have never known anything but ood of him.
Els skill as a physician is pio well known for
anytbiuR that 1 can say to add to it."
H.N. Wagg, wholesale woolens, 156 Madison
"Asa physician Dr. Berry Is. In my opinion,
unequalled : as a man he la scrupulous and hon
est in the extreme.'
Hubert Long, w ith Marshall Field & Co., Wash
ington and Stuse:
"It affords me pleasure to express my high
opinion of lr. Berry. He treated my wife and
myself successfully and restored us both to
health and happiness. 1 cannot say enough to
express the obligations I am under to bim.'r
Robert Ansley, formerly of the Western News
Company. 40 Randolph street, now with the
Chicago Jltrald. Iti Fifth avenue:
" Dr. Berry is in person gentlemanly and cour
teons; In 'practice, advanced and acieutific; in
results obtained, simply wonderful."
Mr. iticnara Brunt, oi rsrunt a CO., i w aoain
"I must ssy that Dr. Berry's treatments are
the most universally successful I have ever been
acouaiuted with. To me heistAeonfy pAyridon."
Mr. A. Weinburg, treasurer Adams Weatlake
Manufacturing Co., Ontario and Franklin 6ts. :
"My experience with Dr. Berry has been most
satiafactory, and I take pleasure in recommend
ing him as a thorough physician and honorable
DR. BEKKT CTJRIS CATARRH.
DR. BERRT CURES SKIS DISEASES.
DR. -.RkY CURES XERVOUS DI8EASES.
Don't forget. Dr. Berry's chief of staff
Dr. F. D. O'Brien, will be at tbe Harp r
bouse. Rock Island, on Nor. 23. 24, 25,
wbtrebecan be consulted. Tbe esses
will then be reported to Dr. Berry, wbo
wiil af:er wards carry on tbe treatment,
giving eacb case bis own personal super
vitioo. Consultation free. Office bours
9 a. m. to 9 p. m.
fc-J B -Jai &4 R.DS (awl al.a rra
sfnii -- ssd as tars Uevratsv ru.
A4uw aaiMW. aw WgsMasAi
r ftaal omrUrssj tmuit
af Jwlrr. ani at,MitM in rn
. KiRUFACTURER IF CBACKEBS HD BISCUITS.
A sk Yoar G roc er for Them.
They are Best.
The Christy "Otstir" aid Christy "WiFsa."
SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds cl Carpenter Work Done.
General Jobbing doce on short notice and satisfaction guaranteed.
Office and Shop 1412 Fourth Avenne, ROCK ISLAND.
Fall and Winter Stock
OF G00D3 BECEIVED BY-
HOPPE: The Tailor,
ISirCaU and Examine.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Shop comer Twenty-second street and Ninth STcnoe. Resilience 2955
t?afIs prepared to make estimates ssd do all kinds of Carpenter work. Give hira a trial.
Proprietor of taeJBrsdy street
Ad kinds of Cat Flowers constantly on hand.
Green Houees Flower Store
One block north of Central Park, the largest la Ia. sot Brady Street, DaTcnDt,IDwa.
C. J. W. SCHREINEB,
Contractor and Builder,
1131 and 1138 Fonrth avenue. Residence lilt Fourth avenue.
Plana and specifications famished on all elaasea of work ; also apent ef WQler's Paterl taaWe
bUdinf Blinds, something new, stylish and desirable.
- . . . ROCK IS1-AKD. ILL.
GEORGE SCHAFEK, Proprietor.
1601 8eosd Arenas, Comer of Blxteentb Btree Opposite Harper's Theatre.
The choicest Wines, Liquors. Beer and Cigars always on Hand
free Lanes. Krery Day
fiandwlchei Faralthed en Sbo t KoCee