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CHICAGO, BOCK ISLAND A PACIKIC KA1
way Depot eoroer Fifth ivenne and Thir .
drrt street. Frank H. Plnmmer, agent.
Conncll Binds & Minneso-1
ta Day xprese (
B aunts City Dny txprese...
Council ; luff a A Muineso- I
ta vrr (
Omaha and Denver Veeti- i
bale tixpresi j
Katwi- n l imited
Stuart Rocit Inland Espres-
11:05 am 4:41 in
i0:ij? pm 8:20 ui
pm S:l8 n
7:40 am 7:25 jn
2.44 am 2:58 n
4:43 am 11;10 m
5:40 pm : 0 w
Daiiy. -i-ioiny east, i'.ioliiti weft.
BUKLINOTON KuU'lK-O., B. A V. RAH
way Depot First avonne and 8ixtenth
m.o. Tonng, agent.
TRAINS. ! biivi. ihhi j
Bt. Loam impress 40 am 6:40 iT
BU Lout KxorenB 7 :87 pm 7 :c7 pi
8U Panl KxyresB 8 :45 pm 1 :5S an
Beardstown Passenger 2:56 pm 10:35
Way Freight (Monmouth)... 8:00am l:50pn
Sterling Pi-wnirer 7:55 am 8:40 pi.
tl Paal Express 5 20 am 8:45 ti
Sterling Freight U"20 am 10:80 ar
COICAOU, MIliWATJKBK 8T. PAUL RA1
wayRacine Southwestern Division 1 1
pot Twentieth straet. between First and Secmr
a-renne, B. D. W. Holmes, agent.
THAINb. Lkavb. Abrix -
Mail and Kxpreae 7 00 n o:o f"
8t. Paul Expr.-SB 8:Mlim 11:45 ai
Ft. Accommodation 7:4V-u 8:Up.
ROCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY 3
pot First svenne and Twentieth a'.ret.
H. Rockwell. Agent.
TRAINS; Lav. ABHrva
Fail Mall Express 8:05 ara 7:15 i
Express 2:20 pm 1:85 p
C&ble Accommodation 9:10 am 3:00 p
J 4:00 pm 8:"5 h
MOST DTB3CT BO0TK TO TEH
East, South and Southeas
Lv. Rock Inland.
6 :4r am
9 :;i am
10 :80 am
11 :1ft am
Terrt H tint a...
Bt. Lonis .. ..
12 -l 5 n't
i:i i n'
7:f 5 am
Ar. Rock Island.
.110:10 ami 3: Opm
i: pm 7:(5pm
Accommodation trains leave Ro.'k Is'at d at
6:00a. m. and 6.20 p. m; arrive at Peoria 8 :50 p.
m. and 1 :15 a. m. Leave Peoria 6:00 a. m. and
7:15 p. m; arrive Rock Island 4:00 p. m. and 1:25
All trains ran daily except Snnday.
All passe i?er trains arrive and depart Tnlon
Free Cnaircaron Fast Express between Rock
Ie'ond and Peoria, both directions.
Tnrongh ticket to all points ; baggage cat eked
tnron;n to destination
lAceom, Ac com.
Lv. Rock Island I 9. In am 4.i0pm
Art. Reynolds 1 10 20 am 5.i pm
Cable 1 11.00 am 5.10 pm
Lv. C.ble 8.21 ara 12. 0 pm
Ar. Reynolds 7.00 am 1.15 pm
" Rock Isla n d 7.55 am 8. K pm
H. B. SUDLOW, tk. HTUCKHOlJo Z.
Superintendoat. Qet.' Tkt. Ai J
WACQUAtNTEDWITH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THIS COUNTRY Witt CFW
MUCH VAI JABLE INFORMATION FROM A STUCY OF THIS MAP OF THE
CMcap, Rock Islani k Pad Rj.
The Dlrfct Rout to and from Chicago, Jolict. ittasra,
Peoria, La Salle, Moltne, Rook Island, In ILLINOIS;
IHvenport, Muacattne, Ottutnwc Oskaloosi, Da
Ilnlnes, Wlntrrset, Andubon, Harlan and Council
muffs. In IOWA ; Minneapolis and St. Paul, li MIN
ESOTA; Watertown and Sioux Falls, in DAKOTA;
Cameron, St. Joseph and Kansas City, In MISSOURI)
wmaha, Lincoln, Fairbury and Nelson, in KEBR AJ3KA ;
Atchison, Leavenworth. Bortoc. Toneka. Huti ilnson
Wichita, Belleville, Abilene, Dorige City, Caldwell. lp
KANSAS; KiuSfliher, El Reno ar.d Minco, in INDIAN
TEHItlTOItV; Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo,
in COLOItAHO. Traverses new areas of rich firming
ana grazing lands, affording the best facilities of Inter
communication to all towns and cities east and west
northwest ar.d southwest of Chicago and to I'ac fie and
VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAIL'S
Leading all cotnnetttors in splendor of emi pment,
between CHICAGO and DES MOINES. COUNCIL
uiAirrS and OMAHA, and between CHICAtiO and
' "lAJitAllo SPRINGS and PUEBuO, vU
KANSAS CITY iml Tonrn a . ,. i-rm
i-itl'a a y Cmch3' FREE RECLINING CHA1B
. . . oieepera, with Dining Car Mcrvica
dose connections at iisnu.. . , ...
d verging railway line, now forming the n w and
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN R017TZ
"i HwiFrw wains nm d!i
T.GHJ?TH?r.CHAKGK to fr'm Ball
.uwc,,;, mui bu rncuco. THE ROCK
ioixawaj ia auo toe utrect ana Favorite Un.- to and
m tZ?' TlM Pek nd U othr an" "7 and
.w..uuuuo luuiiugouuictsin c ucnda
DAILY FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
VT-m-m CM mA U- A M
,bupssj otfcj w Bjia xrom mil im
portant towns, citiea and Mctiona in Bonthern N ?brsska,
Kansas and the Indian Territory. Also via ALBERT
I f a vnimr fw 7aM.a n. ..j a. .
aawau SBIW VllJ MIU VIUU V W BXGT
1own. Bioux Falls, MINKEAPOU8 and BT. PAUL,
uijw,huihj lur ou puims nana maa noruiwaK PciweaP
-the lakes and the Pacific Coast.
For Tickets, Maps, Folders, or deatrad Inftrmatlos
ffj hvbut Aiupua xmkqi vbioi in uh unit a ouuaf
E. 8T. JOHN. JOHN SEBASTIAN,
SktiiBMAa ".ttr?-, iiSii;i'VJ "v
Hi K 4 .H IS
!cL Fe&tfr.c'uo and relieve all the trembles ixl
ient to a bilious tttnteof tha system, snol- r.i
tiitfcesi, Nnus' Drowfineas, DistTees afr:C
ati'.ig. Pain iu the Sido, tec. Whilo their roost
:'eo:arkiiVUi succtMa hem been shown iuctuing
ron8ache, yet Carter's Little Liver PTfa am
qu.l ly valnabloin Constipation, curingand pre
.entiug tLisaucoving complaint, while thny also
rer and rogulate the biweia. Even if thevonls
iehetney woaM be almost pricelfies to those wic
uffer from thiidistrrssing complaint; but fort 't
.atiPly theirgoodness does no'.endhre.and those
vb juncetry them will find tiieee little pilli valn
b oinoiany ways that they will not be wil
iXigiodowiUiootlbein. Lut after aUaick tie.
'R the bane of ao many lives that here Is where
vemikaonr great boast. OnrpiUaonreUwajlc
itiiers do not.
Oartor's Little Liver Pills are very small ao.'
rosy to take. One or two pilla mo He a dooa '
. j- tro strictly vegetable and do no gripo o
htitby their gen tlo action please ail wli '
Icvialsat 25 cents; five It $L Soil!
- arr.'ie'jieverywlioie, or sent by LiSiL
.n MEOICINK CO., Nw York.
lr. HllnlnllrevM, enecltli are iw.k,ntlHniiv ni
carefully pripared Ju-uinlles, used for years in
private praelfee and for over thirty years bv the
people witn entire sncceKS. Everv ninulo KpecIHc
a fteolal cure for the uisease named.
i ney cure wiuinui aruttKiu;;. puivliig or reducing
the systetnand are In fuel uud deed the buverelan
Remedies !' the World.
list or miNcirAL snm. c'l-rkh. ratrr
1 Fevers, Congestions, Inflammations.. .-25
4-WsrsiSi Worm Fever, Worm Colic -a
3 Teething) Colic, Crying, Wakefulness .'23
4 Diarrhea, of Children or Adults 25
7 4'oaith, folds Bronchitis 23
8 Neuralgia, Toothache. Faceache '25
9 Headaches, Sick Headache, VertUro.. .'25
10 DyspepKia, Biliousness, Constipation. .'25
1 1- Sappressed or Painfnl Periods... .'25
1 Whites, Too Profuse Periods .-25
13 Croep, Laryngitis, Itoarseness '23
1 4 Salt Khenm, Er; sliielan. Eruptions. . .'23
15 Rheumatism, Rheumatic Pains '25
16 Malaria, Chills. Fever and Airue .'25
IS Catarrh. In fl nonza. Cold In the Head. .'25
20- Whooping Ceugh -23
27 Kidney Diseases .'25
24-Nerrous) Debility loO
30 I'rinary Weakness, Wetting Bed.. .25
IUVWPHRF.YS WITCH HAZEL OIL,
The Pile Ointment. -Trlnl Mte, 25 Vtn.
Bold bj Drt;gl0t, or sent poTrli on receipt of prtc.
Dm. HcniraKKYS, Uavval yU p,i;c.,i mailed vkkb.
BmrHBEYS'BKD. CO., 1 1 1 a 1 1 1 WIIIhub St., SKWYOBE.
TO THE &?TLlSTE8i
xvm T.dicul treurpui.t enn be lind for rea.-in
pCHLjr aniei-ri'-fsot I lie i'rul.emic.(V.. pre
pnrp-i iim the preat-nptiot! ot Tr. Wit;
r i.hvMf-iinif wariii.wiil nnt!fi
siiV of Mfiuttry. IrwiiUen4, . etc.
rinj e:i:ly incIiscrttU-nr).r o(n-r rt'is-.; olt
Smr! C APCn 13 tl who ex:noce a wonknrs-
IliLsLC'AOl-'J IVltk.ll inativa m'.-.h thcirycnM.KM
noy Km. Bladder roublos rto., viU lind our tetii.
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riIJAI PACTMI CC Kxp"riL-i.iTpr?'.sthatli
inn.Ht.l nOIILLLU. U-n::t.
ni'diciiies mim wity
svTimi h-iftifK. jipocKil atLPidton to t!M
. a diw
al I'luttilles whicj net uiMvtlr upon U
htvPiuvKl orennn.und roytor vitr -r bottoi
! I than tStomnr h MiKtif-nt, a thry ore no;
; f cfianired liyttictnt'frit jn'antl-equtrori"
f oi'UTifeof dirt or iiitnnunH.r in business
j , HOME TREAToi!E!9T
' J Cfwimjf from t; 1 184.108.40.206. tis;nl 7 i'Ax n.
T1- failiiiK smwe? forever t.ii.'.y yonr i . '
TVul um private prsiriicp. tlr th- u. a mat
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A CJITir.lv :tJKK to- !.KL'0ORKHKAor WHITPS.
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kai.vioa i-iuPi';n."iist .;o u -. 'dF.
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llruga. No CCD. Circulars or Samples. Call or
write as above lor Symptom Blanaanqanviceiree.
SS Of I'C The evnrlastmB fraerance of the
AULI O 1 fLmon. fersiiin "Paimion I lower.
rB(iii I the most deltshlful and dnrHhleof
LKolAPl rail odors for the handkerchief
rDrilMC i SAMPLE (OTTLE FBEE 'or two 2c
tnf UI iL'mAmtM. AiidreML
I The PERU DROC CO.i Milwaukee, Wis.
Inane Ptaont RBstaead
;EAm Narva rjisansas
first day' i use.. Treatise aad $3 trial bottle frer lo
fit patterns, tnertuvincr finim rhanre n Kt
rcreiTCit. OTnti rallies, 1. U. ana e
afflicted to Df -KLI N t.ni Arch St.
'. and express address of
iJruiigiatt. B&IVARE OF IMITdiTlNii F&AU&S.
WTio (lefllres a Rood baslnosn position Jn the TVor!d!i
alrrltyRionMTrrlt,eatonPo f or 'rosiei:tHS of the
a-noti nicrroooiiian j.nsinH "iMM-pt i; intern.
ftveani. Occupies tlaotrn '' - Af")s, ,
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AllGUS. S ATUll DAY.
HARDWARE FOR THE WORLD,
Costly Raw Material Does Kot
Our Sales Abroad.
A prominent manufacttirer of hard
ware, after enumerating all the leading
kinds and the different countries which
we supply with each kind because they
are manufactured cheaper here than
anywhere else, says that "in almost
verything made in this country the ex
port price is' less than the home price.
The export price must be sufficiently
low to meet foreign competition in for
eign countries. In competing with free
trade England, having free trade ma
terials, the export profit is often small j
to the American manufacturer, whose j
goods are made of high priced iron, J
steel, zinc, lead; etc. But with free
trade in everything we could and should
hold our home market, and immensely
increase our foreign business. Protec- j
tion is an infernal swindle on labor, but
it helps producers of raw materials won
derfully to get rich.
"I suppose you will be surprised when
I tell you that under conditions of ab
solute free trade, and not a custom house
or customs office in the United States,
there is not an article in the long list
that covers seven sheets that Connecti
cut manufacturers could not sell all over
England, Germany and France, and all
Europe, unless prohibited by customs
duties or other laws there. There is not
a single article on the whole seven sheets
the manufacture of which does not cost
less in the United States than in any
other country. The cost of the labor in
the article is less, but the cost of the ma
terials is more in this country.
"Asan illustration of the fact thatonr
labor is the cheapest in the world, we
select from a long list of articles men
tioned by this manufacturer what he
has to say of three different classes of
hardware, axes, handsaws and bolts.
'Axes, hatchets and sledge hammers
American manufacturers knock all
Europe higher than the moon on axes.
No Australian woodcutter or lumber
man will take a European ax as a gift
when he civn buy an American ax, and
the same remark holds good almost as
universallv in the hatchets. Same on
axes and hatchets in South America and
Central America and West Indies.
American manufacturers pay much
higher for the iron and steel in axes and
hatchets but they make or buy the han
dles for less than the European manu
facturers. On the whole, the European
has the balance in his favor in the ma
terials of iron, steel and wood, but we
beat them 'to death' on the cost of labor
in forging, grinding, polishing and
handling the axes and hatchets, and be
sides there never lived an Englishman
in England nor a German in Germany
who could or did fashion an ax so that
it would 'hang right.'
"Handsaws The steel material is 25
per cent, more or less higher here than
in England. Therefore we cannot ex
port the lower grade of handsaws, be'
cause in the lower grades the steel is the
chief element of the cost. But we do
export the high grades in which the
'finish' forms a large part of the cost,
because we get the labor at loss cost for
the same result than the English cost.
"Bolts, agricultural, carriage, etc.
The cost of the labor in the manufacture
of bolts is lower in the United States
than anywhere else. The cost of labor
is the same on a short bolt as on a long
bolt. A 8-inch bolt has a head, a screw
thread on the other end and a tapped
screw nut. So that in the manufacture
of short bolts, as three to six inches in
length, the labor is the same as on the
longer bolts, as seven to eighteen inches.
But the iron of which the bolts are
made costs, say, one cent per pound
more in the United States than in Eng
land. Therefore, aa you will see from
the above, the English manufacturer
has the advantage on raw material cost
and the American manufacturer has the
advantage on labor cost.
'On lx!ts of six inches in length and
larger than thret'-sixteenths of an inch
in dianif ti r the advantages balance each
other. In shorter bolts than six inches
the American's labor vanquishes the
English manufacturer. In longer bolts
than six inches the English cheaper iron
vanquishes the American manufacturer.
The consequence is that the Ameri
cans export bolts any length of three
sixteenths of an inch in diameter and un
der, and any diameter of bolts that ore
under six inches long. The English
manufacturer exports all the bolts more
than three-sixteenths of an inch in diam
eter and over six inches in length. The
average demand favors the English. The
American home price is governed by the
combination and varies but little, except
occasionally when there is a quarrel in
the usually harmonious family. The
price for export is to meet English goods
on six inches and under.
"A change, in the tariff of 10 to 20 per
cent, would not be noticed by the asso
ciation. The price has formerly been
very much under the present prices, but
those times of low prices were when
there was no association to control prices.
"My observation has taught me that
the greatest obstacle to American com
petition in foreign markets to nearly
every class of goods is the high price
of our raw material. Take off the duty
and we will send our goods everywhere."
A System of Slavery.
What is free trade! It is the freedom
to buy or sell where you can find the
best market that is, the market that
will give yon the largest profit. Do yoa
know of any one who does not always
look for such a market, no difference
whether he wants to buy or sell? When
a man lacks that qualification he ought
to be a protectionist, and call on grand
ma to protect him. What a shame it is
on an American citizen what a disgrace
it is for an intelligent American to ask
congress or any law making body to
pass a law that will compel other people
to purchase of him or sell to him! He
can, with the 6ame honor, ask to have
those people made his property, for in
either case he will take the product of
their labor without giving its full value
in return, and that value based on what
soma others would give. St. Tnia
NOVEMKEK 12, 1892.
Couldn't Be a Xlistake.
He was a suspicious man and his
grocer knew it. Ho always glanced
sharply at the Bcales when his gro
ceries were being weighed and al
ways carried home his own pur
chases and weighed them there again.
One Saturday evening he brought
home an armful of bundles and pro
ceeded as usual to put them in turn
upon his kitchen scales. Pretty soon
he said to his wife :
"There ! I told you we were being
cheated. Systematically cheated ! I
ordered one pound of tea and here is
only three-quarters, and I bought five
pounds of brown sugar, as you told
me, and hero are only four pounds."
"Are yon sure? Maybe the scales
are wrong, or something."
"Yes, that's what you always say.
Don't I know a pound when I see itl
And the scales are all right. They're
the same kind as they use at the
store. We're being cheated, that's
"Maybe there was some uninten
tional mistake on the part of some
body," gently suggested the man's
"Mistake! Can't be any. If he
says so 1 11 tell him he lies and have
the law on him."
Just then there was a knock at the
door, and the man's wife opened it
to a near neighbor who had two
packages in his hand.
"Beg pardon," he said, "but I think
you got some of my bundles tonight,
and I got some of yours. There was
such a crowd there that while you
were looking at some goods at the
end of the counter, after purchasing
your supplies, I gathered up what I
supposed were my purchases, and by
mistake got two of yours. A pound
of tea and more sugar than I bought.
Ah, yes! You have them there,
haven't you? Thanks. Oh, no
trouble. All right. Good night."
The man with the scales whistled
thoughtfully to himself as the door
closed, and his wife smiled and like
a wise woman held her peace.
To understand your own move
ments, study the joints and how
best to use them. As a higher
bi-anch of physical inquiry, strive to
acquire a perfect co-ordination be
tween mind and muscle, and thus
learn to contract and relax the mus
cles by a mere effort of the will ; do
this both in groups and separately,
Having gained this power, when you
wish to expend a little superfluous
energy, get into the country and
have a good run. Should the tyr
anny of environment forbid that,
then do the next best thing, winch
is walking. If you wish to acquire
any physical accomplishments box
ing, wrestling, fencing practice un
der some good teacher. Swimming
you can learn by yourself, though
not so well on dry land ; or rather
you ought to have learned that in
early childhood. Buy a bicycle or a
borse, if you think it will pay for its
keep. Or best of all, if you are
young enough, learn to tumble.
After you have mastered that art.
you can acquire all the others by
merely looking on at them ; at least
such has been my experience.
To know how to uo these things is
all very well in its way; like the
beans of the late A. Ward, they are
cheerful fruits if taken moderately.
But if you practice any of tliem with
the idea of gaining health and
strength thereby, you will find, and
lierhaps when it is too late to mend
matters, that you have made a lare
mistake. Such is not the way to life,
physically speaking. Usie judgment
and t;ke this as your motto good
air and plenty of it for the blood,
good food for the muscles and good
sense in using all your parts and be
When mi nt is broiling it will cook more
quickly if a fryint: pan is t timed over it.
Frying mar h-ii :! in be snuie way.
Bow to lecome Tleshy.
Dr. Miles' Nervine not only cures all
nervous diseases, beadncbe, blues, ner
vous proB'ratinn. s'eeplessress, neuralgia,
St. Vitus dance, fits end hysteria, but also
builds up the hotly. "I am pleased to
srv that, after rears of intense suffering
with nervous distase, headache nd i ron
tratioc, I tried Dr. Miles' Restorative
Nervine, and in two weeks eaiued eight
pounds in weight. I could not lie down
o sleep tir now sleep perfectly easy,
and am still improving wonderfullv.
t'annot, v enueh for the nervine.
Mbs L B. Viixard. Dunkirk, N. Y."
Ooe eus'omT used Nervine and gnined
fifteen pound in fh-oh. Urown & Mil
btjby CortlaDd. NY" Trial r otlles and
elenaut book frep Bt. Har-z & Bahnsea's
Admitted the Facts.
.Newspaper editors have to Be very
careful in opeoine their columns for s'ate
ments. But aware that the Dr. Miles
Medical Co. are responsible, we mske
room for the following '-estin onial from
R. McDougall, Auburn, Ind., who for two
years noticed s stoppage or skipping of
the pulse, hi left sine cot so tender be
could no lie on it, his heart fluttered, he
was alarmed, went to different doctors,
found no relief, nut one bottle of Dr
Miles New Heart Cure cured him. The
elgnnt hook, "Ufa and rtline Facts,"
free at Harts & Babosen's. It tells all
about heart and nervous diseases and
munv wonderful rnres.
Miles' Nerve and Liver Pill.
Art on a new principle r-pultting the
'iver stonveb an'l bowels tbrouKb the
nerves A new discover. Dr. Miles'
Pills speedily rrre billioosnes, bad taste.
orpid liver, piles, constipation. Un
equalled for men, women, rhilrtr"1
"r"llest, miWest, surestl 60 doses 25
-enta. Samples free at Harts & Bahn
Castoria ia Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' nse by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting' Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
" Ctetoria is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
good effect upon their children.
Da. Q. C. Osgood,
" Castoria is the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not
far distant when mothers will consider the real
interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of the variousquack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by f orcis opiu m,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
them to premature graves."
Da. J. F. Kincheloe,
The Centaur Company, TX Murray Street, New York City,
of Chicago, the well known and successful tpecialisl in Chroaicdieeaees and diseases of the
Eye and Ear, has dectded to vieit
Rock Island, Friday, Nov., 18th, at the Harper House.
Consultation and examination free and confidential in the parlors at the hotel from 9t n.
to 9 p. m. ONE DAT OSLY.
imp , W '
urgeon-in-Chief Inter-State Association of Expert Specialists is acknowledged to be the
most skillful practioner in Chronic and Nervous Diseases in this country.
Graduating with distinction from the
diseases of the Eye and Ear and the so-called
devoting many years ot study and research
the world. He is not to be classed with
not even a graduate of a reputable Medical
tice he visits a few of the important cities of Illinois and brings his great skill and expe
rience to those who could not well withstand the expense, fatigue, apprehension, and ex
citement of visiting a large city. Thousands die or become confirmed invalids from the
lack of skilled and expert medical and surgical treatment.
Nervous Diseases Nervousness, Nervous
Debility, Impaired Memory, Mental Anxi
ety, Absence of Will Power, Melancholy,
Weak: back, etc., etc., arising oftentimes
from indiscretions or from organic disease
in other organs. From neglect or improper
treatment these diseases often end in Mel
ancholia Insanity or Suicide.
Catarrh. Asthma. Bronchitis and Hav
Fever are all curable. The treatment of
Hay Fever must be begun three months at
least before the expected attack. Catarrh,
that terrible disease, which often leads to
deafness. Ringing in the Ears, Asthma,
Consumption, and diseases of the Stomach,
cured by the latest and most improved
methods of medical science.
Kidney and Bladder Diseases, Strictures,
Varicocele, Hydrocele, Syphilis, etc., etc,
and all the terrible disorders consequent on
the indiscretions of youth treated with abso
lute certainty of cure.
BRING SAMPLE URINE FOR FREE EXAMINATION.
Wonderful Cures Perfected in cases which have been neglected or unskillfully treated.
No experiments or failures. After examination, if a case is found incurable, the pat
ient will be honestly informed.
Cases and Correspondence strictly confidential and treatment sent by mail or express,
but personal consultation preferred. Send stamp for question lists. Address
DR. E. H. DEYOE, 789 Warren Ave., Chicago.
Office and Shop Corner Seventeenth St.
ana seventh Avenue,
kVAll kinds of carpenter work a specialty.
javenport Business College,
COMPLETE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS.
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J. C. DUNOAN, Proprietor.
" Castoria Is so well adapted to cbJMrea thas
I recommend it as superior to any prescriptkBi
known to me. '
H. A. Abcbeb, H. D.,
lit So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, M. T.
" Our physicians in the children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
and aitlicufh we only have among our
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we ara free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon it.
United Hospital, and Dispenbabt,
AtXEN C. Sbith, Fret.,
University of Michican, he took up the studv of
obstinate and incurable Chronic Diseases,
in some of the best hospitals and colleges of
the ordinary traveling doctor, who too often is
College. In addition to a laree home Drac-
Diseases of Rectum, Piles, Fissures,
Fistula, and Ulcers cured permanently with
out pain, knife, cautery, or detention from
Epilepsy, Catalepsy, Etc., cured by a
wonderful new discovery.
Skin Diseases, Eczema, Psoriais, Pityria
sis, Lichen, etc., etc,, treated successfully.
Diseases of the Stomach, . Liver, and
Diseased of Women positively cured if
taken in time before the nervous system is
shattered. Delay and improper treatment ia
the cause of so many unhappy results ia
this class of cases.
Diseases of the Heart and Blood The
large majority of so-called Heart Diseases
Diseases of the Eye and Ear All oper
ations necessary done without any pain and
without the use of anaesthetics.
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Plans and estimate for all kinds of balUUiF
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