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TTORNETS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
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j TTORNEY AT LAW-Formerly of Port Bvron,
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ofce iu the auditorium buiidirg, room 5, at
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- coanectlon with a general practice, makes a
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PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office In Mitchell & Lynde's Building.
Rooms 9 and 10.
?1 n-noNX 154S. Take Elevator.
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Office over Krell 4 Math's Restaurant.
In office at all hours,
fecial Office Hours: 9 to 11 a. m., 2 to 4
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Dr. Berry, Specialist
THE HISTORY OF A REMARKABLY SUC
How Push and Enterprise, Combined with
Talent, brings Glory and Honor A
Let son to the Youth of To-Day,
Dr. Chavles H. Berry Is a natlvt of rutnam
county, N. w York, and Is now about forty-five
years of ag. Kroui boyhood he gave Indication
of the pw-t success he was hereatter to achieve,
as he devo ed all bis spare time from bis studies
and work to constant experiments In chemistry
and blolog-, and before he was flftn years old
had been tubbed by his playmates "the doctor."
Graduating with honor from the schools In his
native plate, he entered upon the study of medi
cine with enthusiasm, received his degTee, took
a prolonge-1 hospital course, and settled down to
He rapid y built up a practice that any physician
TfilKht be I roud of, but feeling that he needed a
wider field for his talents he decided to give It up,
travelforf few years, and then settle In Chicago,
a most fort mate decision for the Northwest. Ten
years ago re located In Chicago, and In three years
had made himself better known and more respect
ed and honored than the oldest physician In the
Ir. Peru's methods of treatment are peculiarly
Ms own. Ills taste for experiment has remained
with hlm.a id his chemical laboratory Is one of the
sights of Chicago, to those Interested In these
subjects. During his professional career he has
devoted himself exclusively to the treatment of
chronic diseases, making a sneclaltv particularly
of Catarrh. Throat and Lung Diseases, Skin Dis
eases, and Diseases of the Nervous System. He
has felt thi t In this way greater success was to be
achieved and more glory than If he frittered away
his time and talents trying to cure everything.
That be was right the result has proved. To one
unacnualntd with his practice It seems Incredible
the number of Invalids that he treats, but three
or four hut dred patients a dayat his office In Chi
cago Is by t o means unusual. f 4,
The doctor's manner Is that of the old school
physklan. the one we have heard our father's
talk about, and his sympathy is so great that It
has become a proverb In Chicago. His patients
are one anil allhls friends. They feel that It Is
not their n oney that he cures them for, but that
principally and above all It Is his object to restore
them to be iltb. The doc-tor's offices are located
at l(i3 State street, on the corner of Washington,
and It Is wtll worth any stranger's time when In
Chicago to visit them. He occupies a whole floor
In this eno-mous comer building, and has special
rooms especially fitted up for giving his various
treatments There will be found his electric
rooms with the many batteries for administering
this vital Hi ild. the lung rooms for administering
the "gold" treatment, of which so much has been
written, and of the success of which too much can
not be said ; the catarrh rooms, the skin disease
rooms, the gynavoioglcal rooms and so on one
after the other, and over all presides Dr. Berry,
directing tie treatmemt and prescribing the
remedies, catering Into every detail himself and
looking aft r every patient personally.
But enoiuh alout the doctor. Now something
about his patients. Theclass of diseases of which
Dr. Berry n akes a specialty are all chronic dis
eases. nam ly diseases which have gotten a strong
hold on the patient, and are difficult to cure. His
specialty Is catarrh, skin and nervous diseases.
Including treatment and cure of Pimples. Freck
les. Blotchts. Salt Rheum, Kczema. Superfluous
Hair. Turners, Scrofula and all Skin Diseases;
Diseases of 'he Ear. Catarrh. Bronchitis. Asthma.
Consumption and all Dlseasesof the Nose. Throat
and Lungs; Loss of Strength and Vltalitv. Back
aches. Hea: aches. Weakness of Different Organs,
NeuralKia, Dlseasesof the KUiners and Bladder,
Diseases of Ronien, and all Diseases of tb Ner
Odus Bysterr . - -
HOW HE CURES CATARRH.
Inter low with Mrs. A. W. Ansenbaum, of
Grant Park, 111.
The majority of people do not realize the dan
ger of catarrh, and it Is only when the catarrh
has extended to the ear or to the bronchial tubes
and the lungs that they begin to treat It. Catarrh
Is the cause of 90 per cent of deafness, and this
loss of hearing might be avoided If the catarrh
had been treated In time. Even when there Is
complete loss of hearing frequently it can be re
stored if too much damage has not already been
done by the catarrhal InUammatlon.
Mrs. A. W. Ausenbaum is one of Dr. Berry's pa
tients, who resides at Grant Park, 111., and Is very
much pleased to have a report of ber case pub-
iisnea as an example
' For twenty years,"
said Mrs. Ausenbaum,
"1 suffered from ca
tarrh, but as It gave
rise to no serious
troubles I did not make
any great efforts to
have it cured. A num
ber of physicians had
treated me.but as none
of them seemed to be
able to do me any good
I had finally decided
that my catarrh was
"Sixor eight months
ires. a. w. ausexbato. ago, however, 1 began
to suffer from excruciating pain In my left ear.
Finally It broke and discharged matter and the
pain was relieved. This happened a number of
limes great pain, then a breaking and dis
charge. When I could stand It no longer and all
other doctors In my neighborhood having failed
to cure me I went to see Dr. Berry. As 1 sus
pected, he told me the whole trouble was my
ld catarrh, which had extended to the ear. He
promt d to cure me and I at once began treat
ment. In one month the ear was practically
?ured, although there still remained a little buz
ilng occasionally and a feeling of fullness. I re
mained under bis treatment three months, when
e pronounced me cured, but, on account of the
long-standing catarrh, advised me once in a
while to make a few applications to my nose and
throat. This 1 do. of course, as I wouldn't for
the world be in the condition again that I was in
when Dr. Berry began to treat me.
"The doctor has a great reputation In Chicago,
I know, and he is rapidly extending it all overtbe
country. There is scarcely a man, woman, or
child In my town who has not heard of Dr. Berry,
and they all feel as I do, that when it Is possible
to cure be succeeds in curing."
Dr. Berry cores Catarrh.
Dr. Berry cares Skin Diseases.
Dr. Berry cures Nervous Diseases.
Dl. BEBBY HIT iix CONSULTXD FBU
Rock Island, 111.
APRIL 13 AND 14, S92.
kit' liable .Medical Aid.
We clip the following from the Kecks
Only those who have suffered, and
whose lives have been suspended in the
trembling balance between life and death,
can realize how the afflicted rasp at an
opportunity to be cured. If we cannot
move without pain, eat without suffer
ing, and obtain rest in sleep, of what use
is life to us? Happiness without health
is an imoos-ibility, and all the pleasures
of life become dim and unreal. The ob
jfet of life without hopes and aspirations
fades rapidly as disease reduces and death
approaches How many people realize
the above facts yet pay no attention to
that which undermines their health. Hu
man life is too short to be made miser
able by diseases that are curable, and it
is in this connection we wish to say a
word concerning Dr. Frulh, of New York,
whose advertisement is no doubt familiar
to the rea lers of the Gazette. He has,
by superior knowledge and various ex
perience, acquired special skill ia the
treatment of certain ailments that phy,
sicians in general practice could not ex
pect to possess. We may also ad 1 that
his dealings with the tlllicted are h-ne6t
and conscientious, but we, as is our cus
tom, witbelri this endorsement of him
until we had good reasons to know that
he is justly entitled to all that is claimed
for him as an experienced physician and
an honorable gentleman, worthy or what
ever confidence that my be reposeJ in
him. His recent visits here have been
beneficial to his patients, and we have ne
hesitation ir. cammending him to those
who haye failed to And relief from other
Dr. Froth can be consulted free at the
Harper house Wednesday, April 13.
A M ate Recovers Speech.
Alpbonse Hemphling, of Summit town
ship. Butler Co., Penn., made as affidavit
that his 12-vearold eon, who bad
bad Bt. Vitus dance for twelve years, lost
his speech, was completely cured after
using three bottles of Dr. Miles' Restora
tive Neryint, and and also recovered his
speech. Thousands testify to wonderful
cures from using it for nervous diseases,
dyspepsia, nervous debility, dullness.con
fusion of mind, headache, etc. Four
doses of thi.i Nervine cured Mrs. W. E.
Burns, South Bend, Ind., who had been
suffering with constant headache for
three months. Trial bottle and elegant
book free at Hartz & Bahnsen's.
Hot Spring's Skin Soap.
Prepared principally from the evap
orated waters of the Hot Springs. Arkan
sas. Delightful for the toilet. The
healing powers of the Hot Springs of
Arkansas have Ion:: been known ami rec
ognized by the medical profession all
over the country. The manufacturers
believe tht in presenting to the public
their Hot Springs Skin Soap, they have
given a wonderful opportunity for pre
venting all kinds of skin disorders, and
believe that their patrons will be well re
paid by its constant use. For sale by all
druggists. Hartz & Bahnscn wholesale
Healthful, Agreeable, Cleansing;.
Chappad Hands, Wounds, Burns, Xts
Removes and Prevents Dandruff.
AMERICAN FAMILY SOAP.
Bast for General Household Use
About your feet hurting yon, when
Chryso Cora Cire will cure corns, bun
ions, etc. Every bettle warranted at
Hartz & Bahnsen's.
CubebCojgh Cure One minute.
For sale by all druggists. Hartz &
Bahnscn, wholesale druggists.
Woman hus been compelled to suffer,
not only her Ills, but those arising
from a want of knowledge on the part of
those with whom she stands connected.
In the mansions of the rich and hovels of
the poor, woman has been alike the pa
tient victim of ills unknown to man. But
now the hour of ber redemption has
come. Brtdfleld's Female Regulator
cures all diseases peculiar to ber sex.
Sold by Hariz & Bahnsen.
X rom Kalamazoo.
Norman Litchy, Des Moines, Iowa.
Dear Sir: A box of Headache Capsules
were handed to ma and I have used them
with perfect success. They cannot be
recommende 1 too highly. Could not
possibly do without them in my bouse.
I recommend them to sufferers with this
csmmon thoieh terrible complaint.
' J. IEmbisg. Kalamazoo, Mich.
For sale by all druggists. Hartz &
Bahnsen wholesale agents.
1 u m. q
v " w
Who desires s (rood business position In the World's
Fair city should write at once for Prospectus of the
mous Metropolitan Business College. Chicago.
IfonsualfatUUesfor piscine graduates. Established
JDyears. Occupies Its own bulldlntr. Address,
O. M. POWfiks. rrtnclpat
Children Cry for
Dr. Berry, Specialist
HOW HE CURES SKIN DISEASES.
Interview with Mr. M. c. Murphy, of Sum
One of the most distressing of all skin diseases
Is that called eczema. It Is almost always accom
panied bf Intense itch
ing, and when tho suf
ferer Is a delicate, ner
vous woman she is
driven almost Insane
by the constant desire
to scratch. Mr. M. C.
Murphy lives at Sum
mlt, Cook County, Illi
nois, and, as every one
Our prettiest suburbs.
For sixteen years he
bad an eczema of the
face and body, but It
will be best to let him
tell his story In his own
MS. m. C. JJFRPHT. words.
"Yes,' -said Mr. Murphy, "I had an eczema of
the face for sixteen years, and during all that
time, although 1 tried a number of remedies and
dozens of doctors, I was never cured. Once In a
while some doctor would succeed In relieving me
a little, but 1 was never free from the disease
from the time It began until now. It began with
an eruption on my upper lip, rapidly extended to
my face, and finally to my body and legs also. It
was red and scaly, Itchy, and at times there was
the most distressing itchy, crawling sensation, so
that I was simply compelled to scratch.
"I had almost given up all hopes of a cure,
but when I heard so much of Dr. Berry's success
I determined to try him. In only one week 1 had
derived so much benefit from the use of his
medicines that I felt confident that at last I
should be cured. And I was not mistaken, either.
In one month there was only a slight redness
left where the old scaly eruption used to be. and
In two months that had also disappeared. I
continued the treatment one month longer and
then the doctor told me i was well, cured for good
of a skin disease that had baffled physicians for
"Since that day, six weeks ago now, I have
remained without a sign ot my old enemy, and I
feel confident that I shall never be troubled
again. Dr. Berry has certainly demonstrated his
ability In my ease to cure skin diseases, and I
shall alwavs be pleased and gratified to recom
mend all sufferers to go to him." '
The special diseases treated fry Dr. Berry
Catarrh, Skin and Nervous Diseases,
including treatment and cure of Pimples,
Freckles. Blotches, Salt Rheum, Eczema,
Superfluous Hair, Tumors, Scrofula and
all Skin Diseases ; Diseases of the Ear,
Catarrh, Bronchitis, Asthma, Consump
tion, and all Diseases of the Nose, Throat
and Lungs; Loss of Strength and Vitality,
Backaches, Headaches, Weaknesses of Dif
ferent Organs, Neuralgia, Diseases of the
Kidneys and Bladder, Diseases of Women
and all Diseases of the Nervous System.
Hundreds of cases and interviews with
patients with their pictures are in Dr.
Berry's Book on Chronic Diseases. Send
for one. There is no charge. Address Dj
C. H. Bekry, 103 State St., Chicago. Hi C
Dr. Berry, Specialist
HOW HE CURES NERVOUS DISEASES.
HISS KATK CAPUT.
Interviews with Miss Kate Casey and Mr
Sol. Slimmer, of Chicaeo.
There are doctors and doctors. Soniecure their
patients and give them quid pro quo for their
money others don't. Miss Kate Casey Is a young
iauy aw resides at
2&7 Korquer Street.
Chicago, and whose
life for four long
years was one contin
ual agony. During
that time she had
been treated hy nu
merous doctors, some
ot whom called ber
disease one thing,
some another. Fin
ally she found a doc
tor who knew what it
was. and. better than
that, knew how to
cure it. That doctor
was Dr. Berry.
"I scarcely know
how to begin to tell
vntl what 1 liavn suf
fered." said Miss Casey. " Any one who has been
in constant pain for four years can understand
what It was, but those who have only occasional
neuralgic attacks can't comprehend what four
years of pain means. At times the pains would
Increase so in severity that I would roll around
the bed or on the floor In my agony, and it would
have been a mercy to me to have killed me.
"I had pains all through my body, but the worst
was seated in the stomach, and for the last year
aniianairii nas so weakened that organ that I
lest all appetite and what little I did eat I could
not keep down. I would vomit It almost Immedi
ately. I was worn to a skeleton, weighed only 100
pounds ana was steamiy losing.
FELT SHE WOltD DIE.
" I knew if it went on much longer that there
were no hopes for me. and I had almost made up
my mind for the worst when a little hone was
again kindled by a notice I one day saw In the
papers 01 vr. Bern ana a wonuerrui cure 01 neu
ralgia he had made. I went to see htm, told him
of my suflering and how despondent 1 was. Dr.
Berry told me that was foolish, that as lone as
there was life there was hope, and that he for one
ueytt gave up me snip.
CIKED AT LAST.
" But, bt of all. he told me he was very posi
tive he could cure me, and although I did not
more man nan tteiieve mm then, still Ms conn
dence was encouraging and the hope he inspired
me with helped me to bear up until his treatment
began to take effect.
" It was not more than two weeks before I felt
tbat the pains were growing easier and In two
months tbey had completely ceased. If I bad
stopped then I suppose they would have come
back again I kept up the treatment by Dr.
Berry's advice two months more, and then I felt
so well and had not had pain for so long that both
the doctor and I thought It perfectly safe to stop
" since that time I have remained in the best
of health, and whereas I weighed only 100 pounds
when I began Dr. Berry's treatment I now weigh
140. Words sound so cold and formal when I try
to express how I feel toward the doctor. He Is
the best man. the most skilful physician and the
kindest of kind friends to his patients. What the
poor owe to him none but the poor know. What
he has accomplished for the rich and poor alike
an ( nicago Knows and it is a glorious record.
M K. SO I.. SLI 1 M Kit. of :I55 Dearborn street.
Chicago, sp.ys: I sunYred for eisht years with a
most distressing form of nervous disease, with
neuralgia of the kidneys and bladder, and was
completely broken down In henllh when I went to
Ur. Berrr. It suffices to say that the doctor cured
me nuii.ilv. and I am now lu uurfeel health.
Or. Berry, Special
What Chicago Bnl.,P,s Mr,
Hi. , "'tiki.'
Kl" ml lni,
Mr Phutn nn.,.v.....
FlUh avenue: " '"
I endorse Dr. Berv i
men It lias ever Ix-e-i im ,
comer Lake and I.!,S;i!!e or
miaiuoiiimiK el Ir m.
aim mat. xne good he Is .1..
cny ami vicinity can IhipVa 1.
he Is the most sat!sfa,i..rv I'N.i
aiul that thu t. ' . ' . I'n c:i,n ... -I
Mr. Arthur Moore'. W , h Vl '
Wabash avenue and WHsim,,,,.,, " -eorv
"Ir. Berry Is the great 'V ,"1, .
Any disease that Is e.iriiH.. , J ' !,
your disease is beyond me.il.-a" 1 ' "r" " B
in these days ,,f ims.-n,,,,!,,,,, ' ' ' V
f- - i.ivnuK. ' reasL
-uc vvii itai v. . . .
streets: """ '"U ra'i
"My experience with rr u.. .
satlhfartorv an.l 1 ...u ..1 '-' '-a tar
ing him as'a thorough rlii,i, ''l!??
gentleman." ' M" "n,J k'Kiwa.i,
nonlciiMt'onrranv-" ' fa,
fully and willingly endorse J'Jv.
iinn.iAc.tn'i.i, ........ . . . 1 " prrr n...
Mr. W. H smith . .. ' r'' -n-'
Co., wholesale dniesrtvK f-2 1 nke -ILl. n"' 1
l VM ilnr I ' .. 1.
beginning to regard him as a
vall.ls should not dally ,th unkn. ,'rV
stains b e HoMnrc h.. ... ''" qr,l rr
cessf.il and eminent scientist a li Et?S? T
Mr. I. P. Morse, with Western W v
Dr. Brhhy has proved himnf .. hi,:,.
rllshmentseniitiedtotLe CrM u!
physicians." 1 i ' UMCf Wi
Mr. W. W. Hayne. 39 Drexei UnWnt
'I MllfTere.1 fnriearw t., ci.h J
sound riEtlfs rest aC Imr-,.... .? ;tal
Jr. jr. n HlllfMPll, W nat Wasuttlfl.tl
in my opinion im. hffht l a ritilrtir k.
nntnal roll oonilnllr ' "uu f
mr. v. n. vaggen. nun wens, i-aen &).'
"DR. BfRRT'S SU.VSS ac a r.kr.i.... i.
nomenal. He will tell you the preulwtrutb unk
yourself, and If he says he will benefit r
he will do so. 1 do not believe he has an WJ1;
Mr. Charles F. Adams, Manner Poland
Company. 75 Commercial fia.ik HulMirn
" Db. BBRRY, as a rhyl. ian, b liW-i't- u
Dr. Berry can be Cunsulud UitE m 4,-
KOCK ISLAND. - . n.1.1;
April 15 ami 16. 1S92.
N." eliarire t,ret..i:.it': . .
be pleased to l.ae :;: u! . :,r . it
'r. m any chrcin. 1 1 . . ' ;ii
Reprepenle. among other dme-tned and wel
tnowc Fire Insurance Companies he following:
Royal Insnrance Company, of Bngland.
Wescheater E"ire Ins. Compnny of N. Y,
Buffalo German Ins. Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Rochester German Ins. Co., Rochester, N. Y.
Citiiene In. Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Ann Fire Office. London.
Union Ins. Co., of California.
Security Int. Co.. New Hivon, Conn.
Milwaukee Mechanics ltif. O.i., Milwaukee, Wis
German Fire Ins. Co.,of Peoria, 111.
Office Cor. 18th St., and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old Fire and Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rates as low as any reliable company can afford
Your Patronage i solicited.
Live Stock Insurance Co.
C QIC AGO, ILL.
Insures live stock against death from accident
or disease. " For rates apply to
ED. UKBKRKNBCHT. Agent,
17W Second avenue. Rock Island,
JOTICE TO CONTRA.CTOB8.
Scaled proposals will be received up to April
19, hy Rev. Father Otto for the erection of
the new German Catholic school to be built in
Kock Island. 111., after plans and specifications
prepared bT George Kerns, architect, Kock Island.
Plans may be sceu at Adam Klote" book store on
Fourth avenue. The rlfht is reserved to reject
any and all bids.
Dated this 6th day of April, 189.!.
U ..... . TT. f- TJ .1 a. . . ..
highest bidder, the two-storv frame doable tene
ment building, 80x40 feet insie: the lflxlB feet
onc-storv shed, both in gooi repair; the two and
one -bulf-rtory brick residence and Its out build
ing;and about 100 feet of good iron fence; all situa
ted on their 60x150 f ot lot at the corner of Third
avenue and Nineteenth street. Building, etc., to
tie so'd in whole or in part, and same to be re
moved by the purchaser from the premises within
ten (101 days after possesion is given. Bids to
be addressed to the owners will be received not
later than 10 a. m., Monaay, April II, I8S3, at the
ofHoa of George P. Standuhar. architect, room 58.
Mitchell & Lynde building, eity. For particulars
call on George P, Standuhar.
Rock Island, 111 , April 7, 1613.
6TATE OF ILLINOIS, I
Rock Island County. fsg
To the May Term, A. D., 18M, Circuit Court, in
Nellie Davis vs. Charles Davis, divorce.
To the above named defendant, Charles Davie,
Ton win take notice, that the above named com
plainant, Nellie Davis, has this day Sled in said
court her bill of complaint against you, that a
summons la chancery has been issued therein
against you directed to th. sheriff of said county
to execute, returnable to the May term, A D.,
189S, of said court to be begun and holden at the
court house In the city of Kock Island in said
connty on the first Monday of May, A. D., 189, at
which time and place you will appear and plead,
answer or demur to said bill of complaint.
Rock Island, 111., March 1. 1893.
Gxonea W. Oixbli, i
Jackson AHcbst, clerk f said CouM.
Solicitors for Complainant.
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