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THE AUG US, TlESDAt, DECEMBER 6, 185:
? gullied Daily and Waeklj at 1624 Second
Aveaue. Boek Island. u.
j. W- Potter,
IB Daily Mfc f Kssth: Weaklv M.QO
ymt nam; id aavance fi.au.
All eeaiamatcatioua of a critical or arnraeata-
ttva character, political or reliviona, mamt bare
roai una avce1 ror pablteattoii. No aoca
rfjole will bo printed oTer fietniona tlfnatarei.
Aaovmeo eomaiBiiicatirL not noticed.
Corref pondta tolicitad fro avery township
Tuesday. Dkcbmber ft. 1692.
From year to year the United States pro
duces more and more of the elements of
wealth. One year's abundance becomes
Almost ridiculous compared with the next
year s. ,
It is not generally known that the body
of Fred Archer, the famous jockey, is bur
led within 200 yards of the winning post
for the Cambridgeshire.
The spoon is very ancient and many fine
specimens are in existence that were used
by the Egyptians in the Seventeenth cen
tury B. C.
A prisoner in a Bohemian reformatory
has finished A perfect running straw watch
which is said to be "no larger than A shirt
Suicide is less common among miners
than any other class of neonle. and self (In
struction, strangely enough, is said to be
most prevalent among soldiers.
Early in the Fifteenth century a Paris
nrm annually sent to ot ber parts of Europe
over i,uw aolls, dressed m the latest styles,
to serve as models ol fashion.
If we could penetrate the earth's surface
to a distance of two miles we would find
the place where water could not exist ex
cept in tbe state of steam.
The overflow of the Nile begins in June
every year and lasts till August. During
that time the river is a turbulent t-tream
twelve miles wide.
The Shorter Novel.
The Century acknowledges a form of
literary Art not hitherto recognized by our
great monthlies, by printing a tiny sketch,
"etching," "pastel"' whatever one may
choose to call it by Miss Mary E. Wilkins.
This departure has moved a number of
critics to point out that when the novel
dwindles from tbe three volumes of the
past generation to three stickfuls to re
vert to the vocabulary of the composing
room its end rnui-t be near. On the con
trary, it is a sign that fiction in this coun
try is taking a new lease of life; that we
have boldly cut loose from English tradi
tions, and are going to adopt continental
ones, or, better stiii. get on without any
traditions at all.
The come, a brief sketch of a single in
cident or imrress;on. has long held an
honorable place in French letters. It cor
responds in some re.-pects to the studies a
master m.tkeM for a great picture. It has
opportunit ii-s ft r a pcrfeeUou cf detail im
possible in an i iteaded story where one
incident must serve another, and the
writing nml ro;i!ii.s of such careful liter
ary studies v.i!i develop in our fiction a
technique whirls it lias hitherto sorely
lacked. H.v Field's Washington.
Tennyson did not object to homage. Any
form of it that was sincere gave him a real
pleasure, but he decidedly objected to be
ing stared ai. He saw no reason why
stranirers should wish to come or should
be permitted to come trooping over bis
grounds, peering iuto his windows or in
tercepting him in his daily walks. But if
they cho.e to take off their hats as they
passed him on the road, that was another
Sir Edwin Arnold says that Tennyson
"had vanity a noble vanity a proud
pleasure in the very notoriety which
brought strangers peeping and stealing
About his gates to get a sight of him, al
beit you saw 'Private Road' painted on the
first rod of his domain and 'Private
Grounds' inscribed upon the first boundary
fence. He did not like the country people
to puss him on the road without recogniz
ing him, and now and then, when a visitor
from afar came with genuine adoration,
he could and would be immensely gracious
and generous." Cor. Boston Ilerald.
An Odious English Monopoly.
It has been said by Macaulay that some
of the most odious of the patents of mo
nopoly passed tbe great seal while it was
In charge of Lord Bacon, including that
granted to Sir Giles Monpesson And to Sir
Francis Mitchell (immortalized by Mas
Inger as Sir Giles Overreach and Justice
Greedy) for the exclusive manufacture of
gold and silver lace. This patent is char
acterized by the historian as the most dis
graceful In our history, not only because it
covered spurious manufacture and fraud
ulent dealing, bat Also because the pat
entees were armed with unprecedented
And scandalous powers, which enabled
them to invade the sanctity of homes And
to Arrest persons alleged to be interlopers
In the trade.
The shameful manner in which such
powers could be exercised' can be well
Imagined. Bucon was not only a party to
the granting of this patent, but also a
stroll 2 supporter of the patentees and a
protector of their rights when these were
assailed. All this Year R-mnd.
The HtacVnt's Prayer.
There wus long ago a Divinity hall pre
sided over by a most unliable and dignified
professor. On certain days the senior
students opeued the proceet J ngs of the day
with prayer. One morning a raw youth
from a remote region performed this duty,
And it was a memorable occasion. 2s' one
who were present can forget how the ven
erable professor turned And gazed on the
untutored, lad, who prayed for him as fol
lows; "Lord, have mercy on our professor,
for be is weak And ignorant. Strengthen
Lis feeble ' hands, confirm his tottering
knees, and grant that he may go out and
in before us like the he goat before the
flock." "Twenty -flva Years of St. An
drews." Over a Game of Chess.
An awful example of the risks to be en
countered by those who play chess with
Adversaries of uncertain temper is recorded
in the "Annals of the Four Masters." Two
kings of Irish provinces began a game on
the beet of terms, but he who got the
worst of it seized one of the rooks And
flung it with such force At his royal oppo
nent that it entered the brain And killed
him on tbe spot. BlAck wood's MagBilne
"Away 1 Avaj I The re is t anger here !
A tcirible phantom is bending near;
With no human look, with 119 human brea h,
He rtande beside tbee the haunter Death I
If there la one disease more than am Iter that
comes like the nnbidOen (tue?t a', a ar.qtu-t. It is
Catarrh, lneldi-usl; it ncals or on on, "with no
human breath" it gradually, bae the octopnf.
winds Its colls about you and cr isles jon. But
there la a medicine, called Er. Sage's "a'arrn
Eemedy, that can tear yon iwi . from the moni
tor, an d turn the sjr.hc'a point of the reaper The
makers of this wonaerf ol re me ly o er. ia good
aith, a standing reward of $W0 for an Incurab'e
case of Catarrh la the Bead.
The MoMjulto In printer.
"Those who are unfamiliar with the
habits of the mosquito," tt.d a resident of
New Jersey, "might sun.-.s : that, like the
migratory birds, be woulu go south as
the autumn waned in scare' i of a warmer
clime, but us those wlo live, in districts
which the mosquito aiicts very well
know, such is not the cas-. Indeed the
the mosquito stands the cold extraor
dinarily well for one ho slightly built, and
when the weather gets to be too cold for
him he comt-s insiJe, where be can keep
warm, for he is intelligent as well as
hardy. Some years he stays until Christ
mas time; sometimes he goe away earlier."
Xew York Sun.
And hollow cheeks,
And lull, sunken
eyes, don't always
mean that a woman's
old. Half the time,
they only show that
she s overworked or
suffer ng. To such
wome L to every wo
man vrho is tired or
afflict d. Dr. Pierce's
safely and certainly
bring back health
and srength. It's a
that Corrects and cures; a to lie that invigo
rates And builds up; a nervine that soothes
And strengthens. For all the derangements,
irregularities and weaknesses peculiar to wo
men, it is the only guaranteed remedy. If
it doesn't benefit or cure, you have' your
It wont do to expvrirrent with Ca
tarrh. There's the coust int. danper of
driving it to the lungs. You cau have a
perfect and permanent cure with Dr.
Sage's Catarrh Eemedy.
H?ai Agreeable, Cleansing.
Crkspped Hands, Wounds, Burns, Xto
Remove and Prevents Dandruff.
mmm fashly soap,
Sest for General Houiehold Use
ii Z cm,: J ft
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Unlike the Dutch Process
Are used in the
W. BJLKEK & CO
tchirh is absolutely
pure and Jol6Ie. .
, It htufmorvtha n thrretimrt
theMtrenyth ot Cocoa mixed
with Btarcb. A rrowroot or
' Suear. and is f ir more eco
nomical, coating less than one cent a cup.
It is delicious, nourishing, and kasu.t
Sold byiwrs everyi. bar.
W. BAKER &C0Dorcht iter, Mao. .
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laCLIAN. no. C'.'lIS. fi:EVJJ TE STKiCTOT
tmr. (,oN.T. idrSi ua Ol.riv oti -o foom fl
AQt'lCK :i :t :t LRVVOAAHaA ' :;iTJ3.
SuJ'tw fB"d'iBa - - firSlJ.
' " ' ' - ' s
23!) Wis. Street
kln. TmuIi. wlhant IIurfA3l
' brmsn. No CO.I. Circulars or Samples. Call or
irritens above ior Symptom Blanaa Ml advice trn.
'miftl IK Tha sTsrlatins fr icraDoa of th
SrEAULi O 1 (amoaai'riiian"PiaaloaFlawsr."
v.flrr'CI 1 BJ (thamoatdellshtfal and dorabla ot
tStKJkiail tml) o.' for the hsndkentiiat
9 rCMH37 Slflt WTlE HU lor two Jo
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tyre ukee-T W'b-..
cuf.es i ... .;... -
uuts n so vreuj so
promptly, or so
safclj as Swift'
LIFJJ HAD 210 CHARIZS.
For three years I was troubled with lt.!'3
rial poison, which caused n$ pppetlt" to :". .
end I was, greatly reduced in flesh, and H
U-1 a 1 its cncinr.s. I tried mercurial aj..
not.sh remedies, bet to no eflect, 1 cot '".
.'t'tnc rcliui. I then decided to try &ri?-v
A few bottles of this wonderful
-tidione mr.d2 a complete and pamirii' c.1'
cure, x.-A I now enjoy better health than tw! .
J. A. Kice, Ottawa, Mai:.
Our boo': :i IJi:,od and Skin DLsca.-:;-;
jjtuifc j i .e.
Swift Ci koikic Co., Atlanta, '1
Petition to sell pkal estate.
STATS OF ILLINOIS,
Rock Iblakd Cotstt,
To the Deomher term,lA. D. 183.of tbe tosutv
jtrat. In probate.
In the matter of the estate of William N. Jchn
John Schafer. Jr , a mmlftraior Cum tutamtn
o annexe of the lant will and teiiataent of Wil
liam S. Johnron, eeceawd, petitionkr. vs. John
A . jahnron, Myron SUworth Jnhnron, barlci
Irwin Jonnion. illia C. Jolua-n. Samuel C.
Jshnroa, Rebecca Sunlev.Ar.na Hewitt, Martha
K. Benjamin, Martha L. Martin, Sarah 1.. Hewitt,
EUa E Hicktn and I'mma K. Martin, defend
enU Petlfon to tell rea' mtateto pay di-bts
The the bn named nen resident defendants,
and etch ol them.
Affidavit of your non-residsnce having bem
died in the offloa of the clerk of raid county ronrt.
notice ia ac eby given to you that the above
naaied petitioner baa Bled in mid court
hi. petition for the aale of realerute f which
jaid WHliam IS. Jobnron die-1 seized,
in which you are named dfenriams;
that a summons has beeu duly is-ned in
raid caufe against job returnable to the m xt term
of said county conn to be bepu and ho'den a; the
court hon.e in th.-city of Kick is and in said
coun'yonthe firct onlny of I'ecemlier, A. D
Iti'ri, at hirh time and place too will appear and
plead, answer, or demur to raid petition if you sea
fit, and tha your default will be entered unlei-f
you app'. in said court by the first Monday of
the J ai uar y tenr next .
Roc lsrasD, 111. .November li, A. 1. 1893.
Clerk of raid court.
SwaijiiT W:b, Attorn 's for petition.
jOTICK TO CONTVACTMiS.
Seled ntoporals will be recei d st te cif
clc-k's office, Kock Island. 111.. until Iec. 19, 1S94,
ordircd hy as ordinance of said city, entitled
Au ordinance for tha lir-pruvetneut of Tweu
tietli street from the routb In e of Ninth avenue
ti the north l'ne cf Eighteenth avenue," ptssed
Aucnrt 8, 1S91, also "An ortiinatice for the im
provement of Fourth av( una from the west line '
of Firt street -o the west line of Twot,tiethft-eet i
and from the east lineof Tw.i.ty-third street to the !
in e ii i wcuij-iounu i.rf e.. ana. i i wenty
fourth strt e: fro-ji the uth lin. of Th.rd urtine
to the north line of Fifth aven;:e." pawed tct
IT, lsttS. and for fu-ni hing 'he mater ai a- d doine
the wo'k accoriiine to tbe . Inns and tpec fltaii as
or, fi e at the city clerk's o ce.
Mlai k bids will e isruisheJ on application.
Ruis oio-i be separate fir ech iniprovemrnt
above poc fie I. ar.o tcromoan ed witb a certified
check iu the t-r,m of $.VO, jjiynble to tlie orjt r of !
the iren.ur. r or said city, which hail bi come for-!
fn Ia..!,. .ltv.n .... i.A ,A .
viij iu ... u'uuvi runti inn tu
ent.T :cto contract with approved turetirs t exc
cote the work for tr-e price m- r.tiorert iu h s l id,
and according to the plaus and cp. c:flcj.tions iu
hi- event that the ci,ntr-ct s'jouid be t-warded to
The rieht to rej.ct at y ard all biO? or pro
p.sais s h.Teby expressly rep-rvea 1 v sad city
Rock Itlalid. 111., November, S6. 1S92.
JOTICK TO COXTRACTOI S.
Pealed propos .l- will le rrceived at te Cite
C'itTh'- i'fi!tt. K.nk island. 111., until Mondav,
Hec i9, lbt'2 at & o'clock p ni., fur c n-iructire
hi iinpr wi metit ordered fi. an o dinure .if
s-.id citv entitl.-d An nrn.r.nof. f. r thn
st ruction of a im . raiu froru the west side of !
Sjevmti euth :rcet and Ninth a d Tenth av. noes
to tb-west -icie of Twenty-tifth pft. t," asse.l
Kov. Sl,'lP9t Plans ami secifiCHtinris for s d
improvemertcn the City Krk'e effire.
AI. bid- must be acc.mpar.ied with a c. r'ifitd
check in the sum of i-YK) for the l Tapir prfor inane-
of the contract if secured.
The city reserves the r gl.t t.i rej. ct any
and ail hid.
Specifl' a-iot.s on file at the city c;ei k's offlra.
Kock IslaLd. IU., Nov. Sti
OTU'E.OF ATPUCATION FORToI.L ROAU-
To all whom it mav concern:
Tiattce is nareoy piv.-n that the nrdirsigncd.tl e
Drury T. li Kod ( ompany, a corporation, will, tt
ine next session ol ti.e county Doard or !hc
conn'.y of Reck Ialanrl, In the etate of lltnois. to
be hed in the court house building in the city of
Rack lrland, in sitid county, on tbe 13th day of
liercruber, A D. pe itio ard a;ily to the
said county board for leave to establisli a pravel
tol! road frt.m the lllii.ois end of the bridg.- of tb-
ri.cr u. itLiiir, iuwo, uu mi iicc ruuiim.-. u
a joutti. a-teri t direction across the low land to
the bluffs. K connect with a nublic hichwav lead-
tnf avar said bluffs .commonly krown as the "Illi
nois City ro.d," and to locate said tail road en
ponkns of thu public highway heretofors existing
acrass saiu low tana, at wnicn lime at.a place yoa
can appear atid fe beard if yon see fit to do so.
Da;ed at Rock Island, 111.. November 14, A. D.
18S8. I KURY ToLl, ROAD COMPANY.
t viim A WALKS, Att'ys for said Drury Toll
A TTORNBY AT LAW OBca 1b afttcheU A
d IjiKle's new block.
JAC1805 Ac HURST,
I TTOKBTBYti AT LAW. Office In Roek Islv
fljfational Bank ca nildicg, Ro-.k Island, 111.
r. swsaxBV . o. x,. tiu
SWCE5E1 A vTAXKK,
TTOMNKYS AITO COCNS3LLOR9 KT La
TOtthre in Beustoo'a block, Uozs Island,
McEMBY b weEiKl,
i TT'tBrTST) AT LAW Loan TLxmrt ozi oci
B ssTOrity, mtfco collections, Kcforeuea, M!teb
sllA Lynce. 'iiu'cra. (ifflaeiii Trt.-ihc block
S. W. ODELX,
TTORNIY AT LAW Formerly of Port Byron.
1 and d urine the past two years with the firm of
irownius A Aintriken ai Moline, hat now opened
in office in the auditorium buiiditg, room ft, at
C. J. BaiaLi. 8. W. Sbasxb.
SEARLE & SEARLE.
. TTOHNBtS and Cousiellors at Law and So
.1 lieliors In Chancery; ailca Bafard'a alotk.
GEO. P. STATJDTJHAR.
PIbai and saperlntendenM for ai alaas t
Romi U and M. Mitchell Lynda auUaiag
'STft'xJt m. ("r,-. - rate fla
riM ltmm Ja f
A. U. HUtSiNb.
lieprasunts. amoun other lime- Jiod aCA Wdi
known yir lusuranco Companies oe followintt
ooyallnauranceCompaay, ol Bcgjaua.
WeecheMer Fire Ins. Company ol . Y.
Buffalo German Ins. Co., Buffalo, N. V.
Rochester German ins. Co., Rochester. J . V
Cttixens Ins. Co., of Pnwbriryh, Pa.
Sun Fire Office. London.
Cnion Ins. Co., of California.
Security Ins. Co.. New Havan, Conn. '
MVwaukee Mechanics Ins. Oo.. Milwaukee, Wis
German sereins. Ooof puur:&. Ill,
OtBc Cor. 18tb Bt., an i Stecoml Av.
ROOK TA-MP. Til.
:;j i i . n i
CLAU5 0A? 0W7.
"THE 0L0 RELIABLE."
HAYES A CLEAVELAND
FOR IT WAS STOOD TUB Tl'i :. rc-'
OFfltl VIE "UBGffils"(,'.V TSsX
WB'BwBB'rljllKa'lS TOE K5E
j m a uaBwisBsy a u - u. jot-r. s. ca a.- i.tjiJii li: i i "
p Ttiztmsz is cleans ftmcii?
ho wonder fais mm cum
RepresentinK over 40 Million Dollbra
of Cssh assets.
Fire, Life. Tornado-
Bands of Suretyship
OFFICE Room 21, Mitche'l A Ljnde's block
rlork Island, Ills.
pssecure our rates; tney win mitres you.
J M. BUFORD,
General . .
The old Fire and Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rates as low as any reliable rompar.y An aflon
Your Patronage t solicited.
R. M. PEARCE,
rtoom S3 in witchell A Lrndi 's new hlora
OR. J. E. MWTHQRliE.
Teeth extracted without pk-,n t.y the ne'
.0 17i6 Second avenue, over Rrell Math's.
Ji:. hoi. & L.rni's ftiivt. U.h.cos 2w 3
J. R. llollowbnsh, M. D, Geo, E, Barth, M. D.
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH.
pHr-ICI?fa A5D UKGi XS.
O'Pce40J23'dst. el. phone i 065
Residence TSI 21t ct. liSS
Dr, Earh Dr. Uollo bash
9 to 10 a, m. I 10 to 12 a. m.
1 to i and 7 to 8 p. m. 1 to 5aid 7 to S p. m.
DR. CtJAS. M. ROBINSON
Eye, Ear, Nose anil Throat
i fflce McCuIlongh Building. 194 W. Sd Bt.
PAVES PORT, IA.
Hours: 0 to 11 am : 1 to 4 Dm.
.f5R3AMK &CCL.- Ch'iCfiCO.
Patronize Home Industry and Protect the Labor of At
- BT CSIH
MERRICK'S SPOOL CTTO
It Is Six Cord Soft Finish. : till r. easnre. aud Is equarly well adapted for ;:a id a i i Mic . :i
Bewing. For sale bv
asd . ry Q3oda 5Ionses generally.
MERRICK THREAD CCY 205 Firth Avenue. Chicago
of Chicago, the well known and successful pecialist '.n Chrouicdiseai-es and d;eir. t of :ljt
Etc siJ Sit, has dcci i;tiz r.s:;
Rock Island, Friday, Dac 16th, at the Rock Island House.
Contaltatioc and examlratlcn free and confidential in the pirkra at the hotel fna v a
to 8 p. m ONE DAT LV.
J. F. Mtes, M. D. Geo. W. Wheeler, M. D.
DRS. MYERS & WHEELER,
Jinrrvy mrrt ll..eu nt tvemrn.
rfflce ovcrKrell A Math's. Te'ephone 1113
- opricE bocrs:
DR. J1TEK8 j pu. WHEKLC.B.
0 to 12 a. m 1 8 to 10 a m.
!to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m 1 1 to 3 and 1 to p, m
(cs. telephone 1210. Rep. telephone, 1190.
A sew and Complete Tieatment, consisting of
Suppositories, ointment la raii.nl-, also in Box
and Pills; A Positive Cure for Kx'arual. Blind or
Bleeding Itching, ChroDlc Reo, n1 or Hereditary
Piles. Fekale wEaKHESSEs and m-n other nis
eases ; it is alw ays a at benefit to thn genera)
health. T he first discovery of a meiilfil cure ren
dering an operation with the knife unnecessary
hereafter. This Remedy has never ben knows
to fall. Ii per box, S for V; sent bv mall. Why
suffer from this terriable disae mhe-ia written
guarantee ia pos!tiv:y given with 8 bottles, to re
fund tbe money if not cured. Seni stamp foe
Iw Mtn'e. gnaractee Yasasri by our airenL
JAPANESE LIVEK PELLETS
Acu like magic on the -toniath, Uver auu Baw
es; dispels Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Kever. Colds,
Nervous Pisordera,ileeple?sneps,I.os" of Appetite,
restores the compleclion; perfect diesnun fol
lows their use. Positive cure tor Sick Headache
and Constipation. Small, mild. eay to take. Lance
Vials of 50 Wis 25 cents.
UARTZ & BAUNShM Sole A fonts Husk lslane
Ir. Senison's Reliable Remedy, ramous every
where among the ladies as sa'e, prompt au
efectaal The original swwa'i taxation. Pnf
$1 sent diS.ct, sealed ; information free. Address
Caton Meuitai Co., Boston, Mac.
J""V V lOOSt tk. 6.1. LSSItiinats
JI.WUl1 aw. A M arvellqaa laTao-
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bUTgeon-in-Chicf Inter-State Association of Expert Specialists is acknowledge
most skiiltul practioner jn Chronic and Nervous Diseases in this cour.trv.
Graduating with distinction from the University of Michigan, he took up the wr
diseases of the Eye and Ear and the so-called obstinate and incurable Chronic
Mvcting tnany years of study and research in some of the best hospitals and co'.'-fff
Tie world. He is not to be classed with the ordinary traveling doctor, who too o!k
. t;v" " i rcpuiauie niccicai t-oiiege. In addition to a large h- mt y"
Uce he visits a few of the important cities of Illinois and brings his ereat k:ll ar.Jd
nenr. tn thnc wtir, ...,11 . 1 1 ;.i . i .
. : . "-"' "en nuuMinu tne expense, latigue, apprenemton. ai-
cttement of visiting a large city. Thousands die or become confirmed invalids frc
lack of skilled and expert medical and surgical treatment.
Nervous Diseases Nervousness. Nervous , Discaspn nf Rprtnm Pil. Fissn
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 Hay
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 irr
No experiments or failures. After examination, if a case is found incurable, tl f
!,. will 1 knM1M I t . a '
Cases and Correspondence strictly confidential and treatment seat by mail oret"
hut fas rcitn a 1 rnncnlf of inn f l ? i . ? . a u
t-" -va.avvM jicicucu. aTcnQ siaiup ior question lisxs. auic
DR. E. H. DEYOE, 789 Warren Ave., ChictJ
Fistula, and Ulcers cured permaneni'.y v
out pain, knife, cautery, or detctt'.-u
Epilepsy, Catalepsy, Etc.,
wonderlul new discovery.
Skin Diseases, Eczema, Psoria.
sis, Lichen, etc., etc treated succo:--!
Diseases of the Stomach, I
Diseases of Wompn oositivelv
taken in rimKf.n. tb. nervous
shattered. Delay and improper trci'i"
the cause of so many unhappy rcs-'-this
class of cases.
Diseases of the Heart and Blood
large majority of so-called Heart l1'
nicaaeoo of !, tun enrl Far Al c:
ations necessary done without any pain '
wiiuuui me use 01 atuestacim.
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Telephone 1098. ' ' 231 Twentieth strce: