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THE ABQTTR. MONDAY. NOVEMBER 23, 1891. T
ttaDonusot 10 years id, mni from - -
. rrT ts a native of Putnam
f -t "' is atout 'ortr-flv
... ' hi"! lie K'le lu'iienuon
hereafter to achieve.
r'"."r!i'i,(. vr.. ire time from hi studies
1,(111 . YiH-riiuenis in cuemistrv
,rc li" was fifteen years old
i . - I'HrmAtes " toe doctor
.1 iiioii liif stuuy of medi
n.i . ivihI his decree, took
j ".Htii ouiuse, and settled down to
n i.rnetice that any physi-
,.. , -i, but reeling tuat be
i V 'if! 1 t'-r Ins la tenia ue uwiuec to
.. i.-a enrs. and then settle
;5,B!f2 'lij ii.iiiiiiate decision for the
"t .. vr-i' iu' lie located in Chicago,
u"- .. i .. 1 m.i.ln li,nvflf hatraf
i'.l. 'I'.. n.,.n.liiud honored than the
h,..l- nf treatment are pecn-
Ui tuste for exierinient hasre-
ml I. is chemical hibratory is
i liii unit, to these lnteretted
lt!irin his professional ca-
' .''ilerotod bitwlf exclusively to the
T-i .h:ilc ili-mses. iiihkiiik a siiec-
JHi 1,1 . ii..nk Hk..,.t
kin I'iseases, and Diseases
--oi'i Svsieiii. He lias felt that
- o If fritmro.1 uti-a
rtatlll'UHS 'Ip-"1 ll,e resun una provca.
inminer is IhHt of the old whool
' . one w e have beard our fathers
aral bw '!'! Pat that It
i.niverh m ciiicaco. 111s ratienta
l is friends. They feel that It la
tv:,t V nill lie i-uR-s tueui iw, uui luat
-i'iy aliu rtM'e uu 11 i ui tujei-t 10 re
g V;j Mrtie sireei, on me comer OI
k"A it Is well worth any strancer 9
liw in t'liii'Hsro to visit them. He occa-
iu.-It'mi rooms siec4Miiy niiea up lor
1 1 bis vnr.i'us treatments. There will be
i bis elei'trir moms with the many bat-
rtradr.Ii'lt ri 's tins imi umu, UJeiung
f.irwni.'-istennp uie -poia ireatment.
t-; to y.i"n r.as oeeii kiiucu. uju 01 me
.tfrhii'h too much cannot be said: the
.rtnwns tne skin disease rooms, the gyntt
nods and a" on one after the other,
jver dl presides Ir. Berry, directing tbe
and t.re scribing the remedies, entering
f-rdotn!l himself and looking after every
i wnena lv, tnt amy eeconaea M Dr. F.
IfSnea. nis chief of atafif.
Ills SIODU OF PRACTICE.
Irrte!it'ves !h:it a practice surfc as his
,; in-'t'.mtiiifte'i on business iirincipies. nnd
aLcii a t'lii it ti t pays his money he expecu
;,.ne lutriii iiMd he jrels i;. Too niu'iy
1.: ,;:;.n ks have atU'lulded to vbe,Hiie
-. .nit uf tlie sicit and helpless, and have
; i-;" wriiini: a letter t them dest-ribiii
.vnij'terii titey ould tte-ctited as well at
1-:.: ;lie l.hysicinn's office. This is mm
- lit. Berry does not mean to say that in no
;i?;S!'i:icn:deserile his symptoms inteili
,0: .e"er. l.nt w hut he drts mean is that n
-s! 'Xnmiim:itii iy a skilled physician is
j;irr :::u:i any description of a disease by
;i ever written. W hat dix tor can
yD;nwn:ten description lf h skin disease
ire .iiseitse i:- Not one. nnd ahiionuh lie
: my,- ei.rr-etly in one ruse, in the next
i:.:.c !.e w iinid fail. The snine with ncrv
u id w ith bladder, kidney, uterine
- :!u-diitienlty and to know exaet'y
v'.iiii'ii if ;iie patient, and the stae of tbe
-:ie tins 10 treat. lr. Kerry for a miml-er
: i:::- !"Mi been senditiu lhnnt.'hoiit tlie
v., :r... tii. f .,f staff. lr. F. 1. t itriea. Ir.
: : iii- the towns personally, examines the
ST!ioj..lv for trentuicnt, reports their
i'':i'litiitli to Dr. l'.tTrr n-titi ttM,i .,.L-a
:.vm irsornilly. nnd wlio cull then pursue
ii'i'-.iL'i-iit ireutnient by correspondence,
c trum pnt experience that be can abso
'!rr!i. npi.ii the diagnosis ninde bv Ir.
Ill- I r. Kerry's intention to have Ir.
v,'i-n k N'.nnd. 111., on Monday, Nov.
i'!riny. Nnv. tii. ami Wclnesflnv, Nov.
-:'. r-.-ntain at the Harper Hotel for three
tiii'! tii""'' iiiiiv be pleni v of time for iinv
11: ti.cvii iiiity of Knck Island to call on iiiu'i
''' ! i!Miiiint!ou. These cuiisnlhitions
i...,, -ji..,, i.,. mill cost notiiint;. Kr. Herrv
! ;., hiive any and till who are suf
- '"'iii ti iv form of chronic disease, of
1.'. :,,:- u spei iulty. cull 011 lr. O'ltrieti
j: ci! i;i:i ! ti. .After cxunitiiiiiET fiem
;. v. 1 " 11 1.1..M1 uiil ie.ort tbe remit to
"'' ! i'ii pi iient will then be pieced
" .;r. ,;. . . M inivp IHi rtTsonal charge,
a":!'' " - 'lit directly by Iilm and nil
." '"r "''i' ni' iii beint K.ven by him.
i Y';: 1' I'''. l-'-ry tun cure his patients as
' ' ' '-it ;n t 'in( auo 8 lei coining rc n-'-
',.. w lieneern r fl.se is itteunilde,
' ' ntesoti,e, lir. Ilerry in
: ' -i - '.I iiet t It. and every patient ap
' .';' w. fun rely absolutely upon
1 . i: ; UTMj ptoijiiosis.
' '' 1 i:t the lialtit of reading the
.'; '! ' ''i,,s bus no need nfnit introduce
' . Imtv week tbese p:iers pub
i' i'. u jib him on st line iKipulnr medi
! I'verv neck lliete sifienr inter
' ..1 in' ,i-i-, ciifed tt tul ptomitient
; 'Meioiiiy too irbidly endorse his
"' 1 '' ii.etil . Ir. Berry lias compiled
" :!: ! irnernews m'lli patients, and
' ''lotlier hiiinliisl prominent
.1 :. i. liOlevoliiiiieof i:i( pa kcs. iin.l
' ii' of tiiui-e who are nuaeiiiiaiiiled
"s. be has sent some of them to
I. Tlu doctor requests anv
ted in this Mihlert to call and
'' is no eliarve, and a peruaol of
" repay anyone.
htf ilr.-'i-h nius,
5? 'i": .' !lls" Theclus ofdlseasesot wbi
au.i . 1 i-i-.:'-vj ni c cut luiuum iw
,. - " 1 "un,uuii;.'.uaiiiij
juT- akin and nervous diseaeef,
e(o'-';ieu -,l'-'n-'nt nd cure of Pimpiea,
itni. ii'.i.'011' "" Khetim, Eczema, Saner
JWH air, luiiiora, bcrofulaand ail Skin tia
irp;i"ltes l' U-8 E-r, Catarrh, BronchlUa,
Consumption and all Disease of the
i'hr'!and Lunes; Loaa of Kaength and
Su. i V."," Neuralgia, Dtseaaes of the Kid-
T of the Aorrotw Syrtem.
I, M - MiDW UlrOrWt KUUniTI WJCIJ IU
fcomt .,h,lae tntenriews, and we therefora
taiha '-ece'-wry to mak asr excut
SKIS Disease OP TH3 FACS.
naiL,. , "1 'ace, o Ksne. pnyuciana
nmplH Of th fr im
; common of all aatn
among tne aoung,
and although moat
doctor find great
difficulty in curing
it Dr. Berry see ml tc
be a auccesaful Is
this aa In the otnei
diaeaaea he treata
Mr. Char lea Qralfl
who Uvea in Momea
111., wa afflicted i
number of yean wltt
thU diseaae, but flu
wclly bad tbe good
.rtel fortune to bear of
yDt. Berry, went to
J7nhlm tor treatment
-UV " " ir.
smatEs eaaxrt, let him teU fail own
NtoE,S?'?z I." aa'd Gralfs, "I bad
(anual ouictoo of pimple and black
uBtaitoce, TLeT tx-saa ut coiuo wluia I
c rr-i 1 w
w W f r 16 yean old, and from year to
year grew -Readily worse. For the last two
ered with pi nple almost regular boils, I had
better say, and w here there wasn't a pimple there
was a blackhead or a scar. It was not onlv thn
HvS26'" lh" 1 c, Id 'or. either, but some
1 Uulrom'neln"0 1 uffered
"After tryiDg several phyalclans.some of whom
promised to c tre me and some of whom pooh
poohed the w aole thing and told me I wouldolit
grow it, bot none of whom succeeded in benetit-
iIi?Ji?k1..beC4!l,!!.orou,thIy di!i8U-ed and de
cided to stop doctoring and wait for that day
when I shou d outgrow it. I probably should
have waited 1 ight or ten years If I had not form
natelj heard f Dr. Berry and the numerous and
surprising ct res he waa accomplishing in all
forms of skin disease. I went to see him at
once, and wh en he told me be could easily cure
me I began his treatment. The doctor said it
was a bad ca- of acne, and it would probably
require a for. r months' treatment. I didn't care
for that Foi ir months waa certainly better than
" However, Dr. Berry was in error as to the
time reqnlrec. His medicines acted like a charm
In one month 1 waa much better and in two
months I wat well, without the sign of a pimple
or blackhead Since then the acars have rapidly
left, until to-lay my skin ia as smooth and as
free from set rs and blemishes as any one's It
certainly is a tonishing with what rapidity I got
well, especia ly when I remember I fooled alonS
for six yean, with other doctors and Bteadilv
grewworsie iistead of better. Dr. Berry thor
oughly understands his business and I would
go to him for treatment for any of the diseases
of which he makes a specialty.'1
NASA1 POLYPUS AND CATARRH.
Mrs S. Stielow resides at Niles Center, Til., one
ef Chicago s lonrishing suburbs, and, as she her
self says, was a great sufferer until relieved by
lir. Berry's treatment The description of her
case is much more graphically given in her own
words howe er, bo we will let Sirs, Stielow ber
self tell her e.ory.
. that 'XfSit'iSS?
1IB9. a. STsrxow.
"T had had catarrh for six years," said Mrs.
Stielow, "ainl no doctor seemed to understand
my case and Bow to ctira me. When I went to
Dr. Berry I found out the reason, as all the
others who bad treated me had failed to dis
cover that my nostrils were stopi-ed tip by a ?arge
nasal polyp: is. I had great trouble with my
head, would get so dizzy I would be afraid of
failing, and ut night 1 always had to sleep with
my mouth 01 en, as I couldn't get anv air through
my nose at a L I would wake up every morning
sick and diz;y and with mv throat ao parched
and dry that I could not swallow. I waa losing
flesh rapidly and feeling very sick and diseour
aeed after al i my fuiliucs to get relief, when a
friend of mine, who had beeu cured by Dr. Ber
ry, advised l ie to go and see mm.
CnD IX THREE SIOXTHS.
"After examining me Dr. Berry told me Jnst
how bad I w 4s,but said he knew he could cure
me, and froi 1 the way be said it and from the
thorough un lerstanding he seemed to have of
my disease, 1 believed him. He did not disap
point me, either. After he had removed the poly
pus from mj nose I began to Improve steadilv,
and in two months I was almost well. In three
months I was completely enred aud with Dr.
Berry's pern isviou I stopped the treatment
"Since that day I have had no return at all of
my old symptoms, can breathe freely through
both nostrilr, my health and strength have re
turned, 110 d izzv sensations any more and as well
and comfortable as any woman can be. Dr.
Berry is a gteat doctor and the kindest man in
Hiss Nelll'S Johnson Is a young lady 10 yean
of age, daug titer of Mr. P. A. Johnson, one of the
well-known and prominent citizen8 of Morris,
111. Nellie b ad been a sufferer for six years from
an aggravated case of catarrh and enlarged ton
sils, and, although Mr. Johnson had tried almost
everything to cure her. be had failed in his efforts
until ne wet t to nr. Kerry.
"My little daueh
ter, Nellie," said Mr.
Johnson to a re
porter who inter
viewed him on his
last visit to Chicago,
"baa been a great
sufferer f rot tcatarrh
and chronic sore
throat for -he past
six years. The dis
ease affec ed ber
health badlv. she
waa ao delicate and
ethereal tba at times
we were a raid
would lose ber,
she would rcver
to grow up. iShe had kellib johnsok.
no appetite and that nasty inflammation in her
throat wit.!, the accumulations, kept her con
stantly ailii.g. And worse than all else, every
mouth or tv. o she w ould be attacked w ith severe
vomiting spells that w ould last twoor three days,
and that wi uld leave her In such an exhausted
state that it would be weeks before she would
CURED AT LAST.
" Finally, having tried about eveTy loctor and
all kinds of remedies, and being almost in des
pair of getti ng Nellie well, I heard of Dr. Berry
uid took Nt Hie In to see Iiitn. He examined her
carefully at d told me Just what he found, name
ly, a ratarrl al inflammation of the mucous sur
faces of the nose and throat and tonsils that
were so enargedby chronic inflammation that
they almost closed ua her throat. He. however,
encouraged me greatly and told me he would
have ber wt 11 in four months.
" We began the treatment atonce.and although
the itnprovt ment seemed slow, still it was sure.
As soon aa 1 he doctor waa able to operate on the
tonsils tbe c ure went on much more rapidly, and
by the end f tbe four months Nellie w as cured,
just aa he I romised me. Her appetite had re
turned, she bad grown plump and healthy look
ing.the lutli tarnation In her throat had disappear
ed, aud. in 'aci she waa well. That was a mouth
ago, and to lay (Feb. 20, lsuti.) Dr. Berry tolls me
there is no ilanger of a relapse, and, barring the
aecideuta of childhood, she will remain a healthy
child. My xperienee with Dr. TJerry has beeu a
most pleasa tit one. I have always found him
courteous, tympathetic and thorough in all he
does, but tl e best proof ef his success is the
crowded condition of bis offices. Patients seem
to throng t him by the hundreds, and. aa I said
before, my experience teachea me they are ail
well pleased with the doctor's treatment I shall
always tak great pleasure in recommending tne
sick to Dr. Berry."
NEUKALGIA FOR EIGHT TEARS.
nere is a miracle I At least Mr. Sol Srimmers
who resides at 3M6 Dearborn street, Chicago, say
so, and to bear him tell of his rapid cure by Dr.
Berry it certainly sounds like one.
" I scarce ly know bow to begin," said Mr. Slim
mer, " to te. 1 you bow I have suffered for tbe past
eight years The agony was aimply excruciating,
and at one time it took three men to bold me
down. I t ad a neuralgia of the kidneya and
bladder, and, although neuralgia is bad eaough
when locatod in any part of the body, when it
affects the kidneys tne pain is unbearable. I
don't mean to say that during these eight years I
always auff 3 red in this way, but what I do mean
is that not for one moment waa I entirely free
from pain, and there would freequently be hours
and dava w ben the pain waa so Intense that aim
ply to die and end It all would bave been the
greatest ha aplnesa I suppose, however, no one
but those bo bave experienced it can under-
'"NO BELIEF FROM PAIS, .
And for eli ht years I suffered. I would lie op
one aide, tl en on the other ; would sit u p in bed,
would walk around my room, would try peculiar
position a, wuuiii
take hot sits baths,
aud still the pain
doctors treated me
and none relieved
me. The most prom
inent and oldest sur
me I would have to
be operated on. and
S that even with the
i j operation I could
uot lilt iwv l o.
"And nowr.ir. lor
the miracle. 2.1 can
call it nothing else.
One day, in looking
over the papers, 1
saw an account of
aa. (L SLIMMER. two persons that I
was perse nally acquainted with having been
cu-edTjyD '.Berry. I knew if behadn t cured therr
they would never have permitted him to say so.
j went to mm him - -
xamlned nd treated me knew what
the matter with me. He said that there waa
S.?lof.uny oUon t U, but that be could
cure me without doubt
CURED IN TWO WEEKS.
iiIIienl,y,ou ank.Iyi 1 mn't more than half
SSl TiJ?inV but 1 began his treatment The
tWk 1 ?n Particle better, and, of
SrfU7e' jWM little discouraged. One mom
VP fter beginning treatment, I woke
up and nothing at first seemed natural. I could
f. "'understand what the trouble was until Anally
U all at once dawned on me. I had no pain. That
WJ?i. ' j ter eiRht year ot constant suffering
no wonder it seemed strange. I leaped ont of
bed and from that day to this I have been a per
fectly well man.
ldieJn two yearBT Not a bit of it lam
going to live for fifty to make up for what I have
sinp tnmnirh u.. i . 1 1 . i. . l .. . i .
K .iT " , ' . uuuou ' i every newspaper
'he I nited States and Erope, and if lwere
, i V "-'i wuuiu pay ice expense mv
self. Dr. Berry hasn't his equal in the medical
profession, and nothing that I or any one else
can say ia one-tenth what he deservea.''
SCRATCHED FOR SIX TEARS.
William Havill, who resides at 9T90 Exchange
avenue, between Ninety-seventh and Nitietv
eighth streets. South Chicago, 111., is one of our
oldest residents, a man of wealth and resiiected
and esteemed by all w ho know him. Mr. Havill
suffered agony from eczema, an Itching skin
disease, for years, and, aa he himself savs, had
given un all hope, w hen Dr. Berry, in spite of all
his doubts, cured him.
It WTf. HAVILL.
"I want to say, to begin with," said Mr. Havill,
"that there is no doctor in the world like Dr.
Berry. I am not a young man, and I have seen
a great deal of life, and in all mv experience I
bave never met Dr. Berrv'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 had on my face. The skin was red and
swollen, mv eyes and eyelids were inflamed, but
to crown all the agony there w as a constant and
horrible iiching. There was no use trying not
to scratch, I simply had to. And the more I
scratched, the worse it itched. Nothing would
stop it No doctor could relieve me and no medi
cine seemed to have any effect 1 have been
treated by scores of doctors, bave spent nun
dreds of dollnrs and have swallowed thousands
ot bottles of medicine. One doctor in Chicago,
w ho I think knows nothing, but to w bom most
physicians here send their skin cases, treated
me, sent me South for one w inter, and didn't do
me a particle of good. The best skin specialist,
not only in Chicago, but in this country, have
treated me, and ith 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 doc
tors in my part of the city know about my case,
and have been patiently waiting to see Dr. Berry
fail, as all others have done; but thanks to Dr.
Berry's skill, he didn't fail. He cured me, aud
the doctors have got left for once.
CURED AT LAST.
"In Xovember,1BS9, 1 had reached snch a etat
that if I couldn't get relief I w anted to die. The
Itching, the burning aud the crawling, aa if ten
thousand infects were crawling over my face,
were frightful. On November 13, li, I called
first on Dr. Berry. After a careful examination,
not only of my skin, but of my whole bodv, he
pronounced me curable, and said he would "take
my case. This did not encourage me much, as
all of the other doctors who had treated me had
told me th same thing, but aa I had to do some
thing, and aa I knew Dr. Berrv had been won
derfully successful in some other akin disease
cases, I began his treatment
"A month passed and 1 got no better, except
ing that the doctor bad succeeded in relieving
the itching. In two months, however, the im
provement was very marked.and I began to have
hopes of a cure.
'There is scarcely anything more to add, ex
cept that Dr. Berry has completely and perma
nently cured me. I know that the cure is
permanent as it has been months now since I
bave had any of the disease show Itself. I am
at perfect ease, never have to rub or scratch any
more than others do, and can enjoy my night's
sleep like the rest of mankind. During the six
yeara I suffered I had to snatch my sleep at in
tervals during tbe paroxysms of itching, and
when I remember how broken my rest then was,
1 can assure vou that now "sleep is very sweet.
"I bave told Dr. Berry that I should insist
upon having my cure published in the papers,
but both the doctor and myself wanted to wait
to see that it was permanent, w ith no sign of a
return. The doctor is now satisfied, and so am
I, and I can only add. as I began, that 'there is
no doctor in the world like Dr. Berry.' "
A SEVERE ATTACK OF RHEUMATISM.
Rheumatic pains arc very prevalent in the
winter season, and probably every one has suf
fered more or less from them durimr the lust few
months. But when they grow so severe that one
is doubled up nnd crippled and can't move
around, then it i that the doctor who can cure
them is sought out and his skill called into
requisition. Those who are well along in years
puffer the most, and Mr. John Daley. of 510
Twenty-sixth street, chicugo, w as no exception
to tbe rule.
For over a year
cow," said Mr. Daley,
'I have suffered with
rheumatism, but it was
only this winter that I
svas so crippled by it
that 1 was unable to get
around and do my work.
I hated to give up and
acknowledge I waa
sick, because I don't
like doctoring, and I r J'
expected a long course T Wy'i'j
tu meuieines aim ireai-v
ment before 1 gotwell-V
It 1 once began. itneai.
nil trinrla of KnimenLsC.s?
and remedies, but lin-?
a'llv' 1 found that I was
growing rapiaty worse znsteaa ox oeiier, ana
went to see Dr. Berry.
"The doctor had cured me of a blood trouble
about a year before, and I 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 aud stiff, pains in every Joint and
muscle in my body, and limping along as if I
were 60 instead of 60. I told the doctor ho must
get me well quick, and he said be would do bis
best Every one knows w hat Dr. Berry's 'best'
is, and all I bave to add ia that in one week I was
better, and in two weeks I waa well. How's that
for fast time? I have remained well, of course,
as Dr. Berry's 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 bim (or
ST. VITUS' DANCE QUICKLY CURED.
Tbe present is a time of progress in all things,
and the young study harder aud progress faster
than did tbe children of a decade ago. This has
MR. JOHN DALIT.
Constitutions they orlng oh various nimiu
ImllhlM. tinimlnanl Am...... ... V. I ..I. - . 1. n JTi
Balled St Vitus dance, or chorea. -
Jenny Taylor Is a young lady 9 year of age
who unfortunately suffered from this disease.
She is an ambitious little miss, studied too bard
and was taken down with scarlet fever last sum
mer. She recovered from that but immediately
following it there began this nervous trouble.
1 . 4 lik.tital, 1 ...... . . 1 . .
i nimvufu vruuj Km oer tne scanet lever ail
right 'said her mother, who resides at 868
i Ttilrty-flrst street "she Immediately began to be
affected with some nervous disease. It consisted
, of constant twitchings of the muscles of the face
and body, and she was ao bad that she could not
, walk across the floor without someone leading
her. Even during her sleep this jerking and
Itwichlng would keep up, and of course her rest
was very much broken. Before her sickness she
was a sweet-tempered child, but now if I opposed
, her in any way she would fly into a tantrum and
, I could do nothing with her. She lost appetite
i and strength, itnrl In nil ,v. i
took her to she steadily grew worse instead of
better. A relation of mine who had been cured
by Dr. Berry finally told me to take her to bim.
and if anyone could cure bet he could.
DR. BERRY .CURES HER.
"I followed the advice so kindle ct vpn anil
after examining ber carefullv, Dr. Berrv told me
be would have her all right again in about two
I months. It seemed almost miraculous the way
I that child began to improve after the first week's
; treatment in one mouth she was well, but bv
m uovo.,, e ut ice i coiiuuuea tne treatment
until the two months were up. Bv that time
there wasn't a sign of her old disease, and there
hasn't been a sign of It since. She sleeps well,
eats well, lias gained rapidly In strength, not a
particle of twitching anyw bere,.and she is now
as sweet-tempered a child aa you can find any
where. "I consider Dr. Berry the best phvsician in the
West, and all his patients thai 1 bave ever
talked with say the same thing. He Is kind and
gentle, and In spite of his enormous practice he
is very thorough with every patient that he takea
Jenny Taylor's mother's name is Mrs. E. Lub
ben, and she resides at km Thirtv-first street,
Chicago, where she will be pleased to give fur
ther particulars ahom ber daughter's case tc
any one w ho ill call - n her, or w rite her.
We publish to-dnv nn account of the cure of
Mr. Jno. 1". Canillas, who lives at 140 South
Water street, Chicago, and who for a long time
has been encaged in the fruit business at No. 5
''I will verv elfld-
ly give my experi
ence under Dr. Ber
said Mr. Carrillas,
oy a reporter," aa
I know it may prove
of immense value
to those afflicted as
I once w as. About
eight months ago I
that my lungs were
in a bad conditioa,
and. although fora
number of months
before that I had
bad pains in mv
. Chest anil a
j greeable hacking - Jons p. CARRILLAS.
I cough, I had not been alarmed. . But the
I cough became so bad, the loss of flesh and
strength so marked, that I was thoroughly
scared, and at once went to consult a phvsician
who is spoken of by other doctors as trie best
lung specialist in Chicago. I do not care to give
his name, but it is enough to sav that he told me
I had consumption, and held out very little hope
of curing me. Ho said the lungs were too far
gone to do much for me. and that the best he
could do would be to prolong my life a little and
make me more comfortable.
"That seemed like my death warrant surelv.
and I had almost resigned myself to die, whenl
beard, most fortunately, cf Dr. Berrv and the
great cures he was accomplishing. 1 went to see
him at once. What a difference there was be
tween the two doctors I The first said there was
no hope and I must surely die; Dr. Berry told
me that my ease waw by no means hopeless, that
he would put me under treatment at once, and,
although he would not promise to cure me, he
believed that he could. That of itself was about
the best touir he could have given me, and, with
boi again rcstoted, I started in on the treat
ment CURED AT LAST.
"By the end of one month only I began to no
tice the good eiTeci s. The cough was much bet
ter, scarcely any distress in breathing, appetite
picking up and stronger in every way. At the
end of three months and a half I "was cured, and
instead of being in the grave that one physician
destined me for I am attending to my business
as usual. I consider myself cured, and I know I
owe Dr. Berry my life. It is now three months
since I stopped his treatment and there has not
been any sign of any return of the disease. Cer
tainly if during "1 this cold, damp weather of
the last winter, wnen 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
fied in considering that Dr. Berry has accom
plished a radical cure in my case at least. He is
a grand, good doctor, and I can never do or say
enough to repay bim for what he has done for
WHAT THE BUSINESS HEX OF CHICAGO
Col. A. C. Dewey, railroad contractor, 309 Eoyal
"My opinion of Dr. Berry, is, of course, that of
all his patients. A more upright, conscientious
aud skillful physician cannot be found in the
United States, and when I say tb-.t I know what
I am talking about. He cured me of acute
Bright's disease of the kidneys, heart disease and
severe prostration, and I fully believe he saved
Harvey Jennev, of the Jenncy -Graham Com
pany, lui Madison street.
"I am well acquainted with Dr. Berrv. both
professionally anil socially, and know him f ot
an houornble man and a thorough physici.vn.''
Samuel Myers, with Hibbard. tspencer, Bartlett
& Co.. corner Lake street and Wabash avenue:
"From personal experience with Dr. Berry I
can sjieakof his Dklll in the highest terms. I
consider him one of the most competent physi
cians in the West, and I would prefer to have
bim treat me rather than any other physician I
H. II. t'ooley. of Gregory, Cooley & Co., Union
Stock Yai Is:
"Dr. Bcry is a gentleman and a phvsician
worthy of my one's patronage. I speak from
personal experience. I have taken great pleas
ure iu recommending a number of my friends to
him, and he has cured them. This 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 8335 Calumet avenue:
"1 bave known Dr. Berry for a long time, and
I have never uown anything but riod of bim.
His skill a-, a physician ia too well known for
anything that I can say to add to it"
II. N. Wagg, wholesale woolens, 130 Madison
"Asa physician Dr. Berry is, in my opinion,
unequalled : as a man he is scrupulous and hon
est in the extreme."
Robert Long, with Marshall Field & Co., Wash
ington and Stale :
"It affords me pleasure to express my high
opinion of Dr. Berry. He treated my wife and
myself successfully and restored us both to
health and happiness. 1 cannot say enough to
express tbe obligations I am under to bim."
Robert Ansley. formerly of the Western News
Company. 40 Randolph street now with tbe
Chicago Herald. ISO Fifth avenue:
"Dr. Berry Is In person gentlemanly and cour
teous; 'n 'practice, advanced and scientific; in
results obtained, simply wonderful."
Mr. Richard Brant, of Brunt A Co., 41 Wabash
"I must any that Dr. Berry' treatment are
the most universally successful I bave ever been
acquainted with. To me beisfAoafy physician."
Mr. A. Wetnburg, treasurer Adams k Westlake
Manufacturing Co., Ontario and Franklin Sta:
" My experience with Dr. Berry has been moat
satisfactory, and I take pleasure in recommend
ing him as a thorough physician and honorable
DR. BKB.RT CUBES CATARRH.
DR. BERRT CURES 8KIN DISEASES.
DR. "JT CUBES NERVOUS DISEASES.
Don't foreet. Dr. Berry ' chief of staff
Dr. P. D. O'Brien, will be at tbe Harper
houre. Rock Island, on Nor. 23. 24, 25,
where be can be consulted. Tbe esses
will then be reported to Dr. Berry, who
wiil af.erwards carry on tbe treatment.
Hiving each case Lis own personal super-
vision. Consultation free. Office hours
9 a. m- to 9 p. m.
JXNNIE TAYLOR. j
It disadvantages as well as its advantage. ar.d 1
as moot children are ambitious and do not like '
to be excelled by their classmates, thev fre
quently study so bard that with their dalUMa
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Successor to Adameon & Rtiick, ,
Rock Island, 111.
Shop Nineteenth. St., bet. First and Second ATeDue,
GeneralJobbing and Repairing promptly done.
fgpSecond Hand Machinery bought, eold and repaired.
H. SIEMON & SON,
toves and Tinware.
Baxter Banner Cooking and Heating Stores and the Geneseo Cooking StoTea.
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
1508 SECOND AVE., ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
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The Christy "Oybteh" aid Christy "Tirix."
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CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds ot Carpenter "Work Done.
General Jobbing doce on short notice and satisfaction goarante d.
Office anal Shop 1412 Fourth Avenue, ROCK ISLAND.
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Fall and Winter Stock
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Shop corner Twenty-second street and Ninth avenue. Residence MM
tan prepared to asske estimates and do all kinds of Carpenter work. Give arm a trial.
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Ail kinds of Cot Flower constantly on band.
Green HouM Flower Store
On Mock north of Central Park, th largest in Ia. sot Brady Street, Davenport.low.
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Contractor and Builder,
1121 and llffl Fourth avenue. Residence 1119 Fourth tveaoe.
Plan and specification! furnished on all classes of work ; also .sent of Wilier' Patent IxaM
Sliding Blinds, something new, stylish and desirable.
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1801 Second Areuue, Corner of Sixteenth Btre . Opposite Harper' Theatre.
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