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THE Alt G US TTEDNESDAI, IJKCKMKEIi 7, 1892.
Pibllthed Daily and Weekly 1824 Second
Avenue, Rock Island. 1...
j. w. Potter,
Tbub Daily 50c pr month; Weekly Jrt.OO
par ananm; iu advance (1 .SO.
AH conmnnlcattons of a critical or arznraenta
tiv character, political or reliiricraa, most have
Teal nunc atrached for pnhl cation. No snch
arttelea will be printed over fictitious ttgnatorea.
Aiaviiadi eonimnnicatioiia not noticed.
Oorrcppondcnee solicited frou every township
in Koca leiano. county.
Wednesday. December 7. 1892.
A Wichita thief while beine conveyed
to jail robbed a farmer, whom he pauied
of f 14.
AD now again comes another prophet
with a scire about the vn) of the world
This time it is a woman, she bails from
Irdiana and Exes the dv for 1SS6.
It i intereaiiui; to read the ?arisnce of
sentiment expressed by the press over
the life and rfc&ncter of Jay Gould now
that he is dead. The Akguj wa not
slow to yoice its opinion of Mr. Gou'd
and his methods while he lived. It pre
fers to cotse to exprrs0 that opinion with
Tie democrats of Iowa intend to ador.t
the II inois idea and nominate Gov. Hor
ae Boies at their state convention next
year for United States senator, to eucceeii
Senator Wilson. Every democratic
county convention held in Icwa wi'.l iu
struct for Lin With th t kiod of pop
ular indorsement Roii-a will k& before tee
people for ttu ir approval, aud he will et
it by an a'aKriche of votes.
It isaokmrtly affl-med '.hat the popuU
tion of Ntytd-i is so steadily diminishinp
that it will lie reduced one half by the
time the m xi census is taken. This in
probtbly a much t-xigsjerattd estimate
but it s 'ton to be tru-j that Nevada if
destined to become m ire of a pecket
borough than tver. Tbere ari sections
of the state now where towns wbict
formerly had a large population hive
only a dr z n or so families N) immi
grants locating thfre, ana its c.izens
leaving makes the prospects of the state
quite dubious. Ar.d vet it will continue
to be equ&! to New Y- rk in its repre
S"nt.tion in th sene.
To the Palace.
The pall, or "precipice," can be reacted
ty a long drive from Honolulu. WTien
two ladies who had traveled ranch and
were accustomed to hearing French spo
ken in foreign countries were told that the
pali was one of the places to be visited
they translated the word "palace." As
b-y were invited to the latter place to a
reception one evening they ordered a car
riage and set out, in their best finery, after
giving the coachman the order, "To the
JI fear you will Lave an unpleasant
drive," the hotel clerk had ventured to re
mark, but they only replied:
"Oh, no; we have determined to go, and
It dosn't matter."
"-.The distance seemed interminable, and
at last the ladies called to the driver:
"Do yon know where you are going f"
"Faith, an I do," was the assured an
swer. "It's to the pali, an I've been there
Sett ling back in their seats they resigned ;
liiemBfclves to the fact that they were going
to some country place belonging to his
majesty. They were now in the open coun
try. An hour or more had. elapsed, the road
way was steep and rough, and the rain
was still falling. The ladies in their anxi
ety had forgotten their French, and cried
out in honest English:
"Where is the palace? "
"Palace!" quoth the driver; 'tis not the
palace at all; it's the pali, an there it U!"
After this there was nothing to be done
bnt to turn about and retrace their steps,
but they were forced to descend in the
mire and rain while the driver turned the
carriage. Wet and bedragglad, they ar
rived at the palace just as the guests were
departing, and next morning found that
their adventure had become town talk,
Jt.il U:1.J.U.J ytii...t.u.
Sae was as pivuy us r. j,.; ture ami r.s
natty as tailor made t;i:ls know how to lie,
and when siie got into tbu cur everybody
Straightened up and tried to live up to her.
Her companion was another tailor made
only a degree less uuuiirablo than herself,
and both settled themselves to continue
Kmt aljsorbing conversation interrupted
by their boarding the car. Their voices
were drowned by the rattle of the vehicle,
bat their animated expressions and rapid
lip movement betokened fluency and com
mand of subject.
Probably more than one observer watch
ing the pair thought of gowns, lieaux, the
coming horse show, or that the last Tux
edo coaching party was the subject matter.
But when, in a sudden lull, she spoke out
in smiling vehemence, "If Europe were to
top sending us her trash for ten years
even, to give us time to clean up and civi
lise the lot we have on hand," everybody
tried not to look his surprise, and nobody
succeeded. New York Times.
Covers for Wornout Faper Sioveia,
. Wornout paper novels may be induced
to take a new lease of life by covering them
with blotting paper. Two pieces the Blue
of the book axe cut and bound with ribbon
glued on, the back being farmed by a strip
of ribbon as wide aa the book is thick.
The outside may be prettily decorated in
Water colon and the transformation will be
Hood's Baraaparilla stands at the bead in
the medicine world, admired in prosper
ity and envied in merit by thousands of
would-be , competitors. . It has a larger
ssle thsn snj other medicine. Such sac
eeas could not be won without positive
Hood's Pills cures constipation by re
peri o tali c action of the alimentary canal.
They are the best family cstbatic.
Woman's Health and Life
depend more on regularity thai on any or
all causes combined. Ad actual or living
death is the rcnll ot rtprarisfment o
functions which mtke woman wbnt she
is; itnmediatt. relief is tle ot.l ml-t;uard
against wreck and ruin. In ll ctses of
stoppage, delnved. ptinful or other irreg
ularities Brdfi-ld Female re gulator i
the only sure remedy, fold by Uarz
I used tbrt-e bottles of "Mother's
Fneod, " and when I was sick I never
went to ted until 12:30. and ny boy wa
bora at 3 a. nr.. with fcCarcely nny piin. I
ill do all I can in recommending it to
exo- ctant mo'her. inurtt ancf:l friend.
Marion, O . Sept 1390
Exttavatiaiit as m td-.s o may ven
ture to he i:t th enj'ynifi't. o: fn.-su air,
they should 1 more taictiil isainst ex
cessive npniit i.:.s i wa'.cr. 1 hey should
always iciihihIh " lliiii until i-. lot a water
animal but an air iitiiina!. If i 1 anything,
a close adapt;.! ii:i f i lie treMi lent by the
phyj-i'-ian to tin- individual is rarticularly
neces-ii.ry iv r: ;...-. t to the t'eatruentof
lii rvous pHti. nts with water. V,? the abuse
of water in n-rvt.u i'.i-as.-s that most
govereicn ui all renuilit s Uas. alter a short
period of pi ;.;l-irity, conic int lisoredit.
It is certain tiwit a too diisvri innate ap
plication nf wa;er is a iioul! poison to
nervous patients, li is, ou the other side,
incontestable that water applications in
the right measure, and in a manner adapt
ed to the character i the affect on, are ex
cellent. Equally ad vantageous f r them are
going barefooted when properly prescribed,
and the air bath. Dr. BilsiDer in Pop
ular Science Monthly.
S'Kie of Oaio. City of Toledo.
Lucas couuty "
Frank J. Cheney mtkes ostj that he
is tne senior partner of the firm of F J.
Cheney & Co., doing busines :n the Cnv
of Toledo. County and State aforesa;d,
tr.d tbat said firm will pay tie Sum of
flOil f.r each and every esse of atarrh
tha' cainot be cured by tbe uh of Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Fnnk J. Cheney
Sorn to before me and snb'-criind :n
tny presence, this 6th day of Di-crmtvr
A O 18S6
seal A W. Gleasox
Hili'-i Catarrh Cure is taken :n'ernally
and acts directly on the blood and
muou3 surfaces of the systtrr.. 6;-nd
for testimon'els. free.
Adoress F. J C heney & Co., Toledo. O
8 'lit by dru -gists, 75c
Erly Taper Making.
In Ulman Stromcr's time paper was a rare
material; little used, and only to be found
in the offices of the learned, of sr.ribes aud
of officers. The supply of Germany and of
all northern Europe was broi ght from
Italy and Spain mot of it from the facto
ries of Fabriano, in Italy, where paper
mills existed in the Twelfth centary, while
a lively paper industry flourishec in Spain,
with its principal seat at Sau Felipe in
Valencia, as early as II.jO.
The paper making art was introduced
into both of these lands by the Arabs, who
learned it in Sanrarcand and spread it
through Europe. It was introduced into
Samarcand ia 7"il by Chinese prisoners
from their country, where it had been car
ried on from extremely ancient times.
Eduard Grosse in Popular Scieuce Monthly.
'Away! Away! 7bi re i? 1angei here !
A t--rr;b!c phactom is butding ne ir;
With no human lock, with vj hunan brea.h
He stands beside thee the haunter Draib !
If it ere if occ disease more than an ULcr that
Comes like the nnbiJi'en (meet at a ta iqa' t, it is
Catarrh, insidiously it steals upon jou, ,4-ith r.o
human breath" it gradually, like th octopus,
winds Its coils about you and crus.es you. Bat
there li a medicine, called Dr. Sag?'s Ca'arrh
Remedy, that can tear you awiy from the mons
ter, and turn the ayth j'e point of the re iper. The
makers or this wonierf ul remedy oTe r, in goDd
altli, a standing reward of $500 for an inenrah'e
case of Catarrh is the Head.
lack of Exercise.
li one of the prime causes of headache
in the winter. Persons accustomed to
the pure fresh air during the pleaBant
months are subject to this terrible an
noyance at this time of the vear. A
boon is offered in Krause's heartache cap
su'es, which is guaranteed to cure any
kind of a headache no matter hat the
cause. Headache caused by overindul
gence in food or drink late at n ght, can
tic prevented by tafeit g one cajsule be
fore retiring and one ip the mon iDg.
One Xiao e.
One minute s time often makes a great
difference a one minute renedy for
Bronchitis, choking up of the throat,
lungs, etc., of course is a great blessing.
Cubeb Cough Cure is such a remsdy.
Cubeb Cough Cure One Minute.
Jlo- W. Rowen, of Des Mo. nts, Iowa,
while snow bourd at Carroll, Iowa,
through exposure contracted a severe
cold. After several useless trial) of var
ious remedies be purchased a bottle of
Cubf b Cough Cure, and says tne cure
was magical, and after taking tw doses
he could breathe freely, and enjoy a good
sleep that night undisturbed. Another
case is on record where a lady had not
slept more than one or two heurs a night
for months, who after using only one
bottle, was well and happy.
To Too I ave
Neuralgia, Lame Back. Pain in the Eide.
Bore Turoat. Spramr, Soreness of the
Chest? Then have it no more but use
Krause's German Oil.
Cubeb Cough Cure One Minu e.
V SALT RHEURI,
these and every kindred disease arising
from impure blood succee&fully treated by
that never-failing and best of all toi ica and
Books on Blood and Skin
d and Skin
HOW DO YOU X0
when you buy
shoes or cloth
ing t Don't
you go to the
place ( if you
can find "it)
where they tell
you that you
may wear the
and then, if
you're not satisfied, they'll refund the
money? Why not do the same when
you buy medicine?
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
is sold on that pltm. It's the only blood
purifier so certain and effective that it
can be guaranteed to benefit or cure, in
every case, or you have your money
It's not like the ordinary spring medi
cines or sarsapiiri'.las. AH the year round,
it cleanses, builds up, and invigorates the
system. If you're bilious, run-down, or
dyspeptic, or have any blood-taint, noth
ing can equal it as a remedy.
Catarrh and kind re 1 diseases treated at the uni
f mrateof -Sanvnih. medicines free. For all
ott er disenses the rale will be low and nniform,
ar.din pronorticn to the actual cott of the medi
All pa-cnt applying Icr tretme' t atthcSkytt
Medical InMituttt before Pec, 10. will be tteat
el until crRKD at the uniform rate of $5 per
month. Remember this l ate only hoiili-good ui.
nl Dec 10. 182.
The $5 a rm nth-card has been cxtended,fo; this
Durine the limit of the card, which expired
Nov. 20 h. and which was only good for ten days,
there were aJruitted for treatment 87 nw cas.s.
Three days of that time, Itr. Wilson, onr Verti
cal Direeu.r. wa unable to b- at the t-fflce, and
part e who c lled could no be treated To give
these parties a f:vir chance, the time has t een ex
tended to Uec. 10, ISitt.
Mr. Shallcne has a ftw cone se remarks to
Am I orr - took treatment at the Scott Medical
Institute? No, -ir. but 1 had tried to many cue
that I did not nppo-e thfre was an "real enre"
for ca'arrh. 1 now fitd I was hap ily mistakes
V 1CTOK MIALLEXE
No. 4i5 lllh street. Moline. III.
"i am Ofcnpied in ihe factory of pa r-arJ A
Lea Snth stret t. .Voline. II:., ana am IS years of
ae.. t he disxase tad exisuv for the past (he
years, and I sujpts- the .-yn.tom were those of
ordinary ra'a'rh I w.juld h ive severe hetda." e
overtny eyes, a d 1 f jt:n 1 it uifiicn't to hre'he,
my nose tteinji pur, p d u;i an 1 a c ntant dis
charge it to my throat. I had ; ain through my
InriKs, and con le d uo a ye'.'ow, strin -y mucus !
was a!w;ij- taWini; olii, and this w. uld make niy
disc :se wo:e, an . my ihroa wtu cl b;s.TC I
had nij:ht sweat-, s.ntl 1 w is e tt ii.fr discoutaced.
How ion? ban 1 bt-on u- d- r t-eanit nt Not quite
one mon;h. u:id nk ciy trotibie ht -tiippeii, s o
that 1 ilo not req .irean more trealmetit. I can
not too strongly u pe anyone s tijiltn ly all c ed Ui
at:p!y for treatment, as I am pe.-fec ly ati- ied
wiui my care
i-Cutt Medical Iusutute.
221 Brady St-, Davenporu icwa.
OVER AMERICAN EXI-RESS CK.
Sl'KCIALTlES:-Ca arrh and all d:seae of
the Eye, aar. Thr -at and Luus Nervous dis
ease -, skin diseases, chrouic diseases
Dflice hoar;: 9 to 11 a. m., 2 to 4 .i. m , T to ?
WHERE WAS I A I?
This qutf itioD, which a mem
ber of (Jongrr8S direc-rfi to the
Speafeer of ihe Utilise, has no
become historical. Peop'e ask
itabaj-.rce. Anyone who a?
a cold mav well aek hirtiself
the question in sober eameet.for
a co;d is the entering wedge,
the gate ajar, that leads to
graver evils. Nine-tenths cf
the prOTjle- of the world are
swept away by maladies that
begin with a simple cold; this
means congestion. When the
6urface so congested is small,
the malady is slight; when it is
large the malady is serions In
any event it is a thin? that
ouj;ht to be attended to. When
you catch oold get a bott e of
Reid's German Cough and Kid:
ney Cure. This great remedy
does not dry up the throat so
that for the time it stops the
cough, but it stimu ates the
fey st em so that Nature wi'J
throw off the difficulty. Get
this remedy of any dealer.
8tlvan Remedy Co.,
GEO. P. STAUDUHAR.
nans aad luperlntenHenoa for all alas of
Baoma W and SB, Mitchell Lynda trail ting
TM tat- apelitM "8wti, OBBtm'ttital
CSaat boUcIm. win i. o m of Tr, Si
Z?ZLfr ai suuuU: sr kuix tulli. Sold Wr Inmuu
tgVq j go., rainaril'iM, fa- AakiMranacMSwja,
tTlTIOX TO SELL VE.xL VSTATK.
STATh OF ILUt'lS .f.
To the Dccmtter u-rm.tA. T. 18ii.vf fae conr.ty ,
Xcrt. In probate.
in the matter of the estate of William K. John
John Schafcr, Jr.,a"mmltra:or Cum tertarntn
o anntxo of the last will and testament of Wil-li-mN.
Jonnson, deceased, petitioner, vs. John
A Johnson, .Viyron KUworth J. hnson. rbarlea
Irwin Jolii.. on, lllia.w C. Joh-s n Samuel C.
Johnson, Rebecca Stanley, Anna Hewitt, Martha
E Benjamn. Martha i. Mfrti.i, Sarah l,. Hewitt,
Ella K Ficktri snd 'imma K Martin, defend
ents le;it.ou to sell rea. eta'eto (ay debt
The the above nuinednon resident defendants,
and each o'them.
Afliav t f yiur non-reittdonce having been
filed iu the office ol Ihe rlerk uf ca n county onrt,
notice ia hereby given to you that the above
naoiftd petitii-er ha tiled in faid court
hi petition for the s1 of rea! estate f which
aiu William . Johison diet -izeii,
iu which you arc named defennaiiis;
that a mmmms ha been duly isne:i in
said PMnse n-.'tt;e yon rel;:rnaMe ! tie r.ex: term
of stid county court to be 1 itrn an i ho. del: a, the
court house i:. th.-c.ty of t.ock is'and in said
countT on the first '-on-'"', ol fccemtier. A. I
lSiS,atv.h.cn tin e and i l. ee ton nppe.'r ana
pleau. answer, or demur to said petition if you see
fit, and thaf ytitit ilefau'twill he entered unless
you app in id court by the flrt Monday of
the Jt:r ' tern; text
KockIscakd, 111.. November IS, A. D. 1892.
Cleri. of said court.
rwill.1T Wa: Kle, Altorn s for petition.
Jj-)11CX TO CONTf ACT"i?S.
Se'.ed proposals will be received at tie city
clc-k office, ltttck li-land. 111., until lec. 19. 1SM2,
at 5 p. li cotwtruct!' e -'he improve o:-nts
ord-red by an oruinance of sattl city, entitled
"Aii ordinance for the i.npr.vcroetit of Twen
tieth street fro ' the south In e of Ninth avenue
to tin-nor'h 1 no of lii-Uteemh avenue,' pts-ed
Aucust S, lEfi, also "An ordinance for ttie im
provement of fourth awuue fmtti tho west line
of Kir--t street to the w. st line of Twentieth st.ect
and from the east line of Tw-t ty third treet to the
west lit e of 1 wenn-four b tr-e.. and f Twenty
founh stree frojj tt,e south lin of Tlurd avenue
to the north line of Kifth aven ie." pasrd in.
IT, lstrj. and for fn ni-hitig 'he mater al a d doine
the woik according to the . Ian and spec:ficati ins
on fi e at the city clerk's o ce.
Wa k bid will re Inn Mied or; application.
Bids mui be epra;e fir e; ch iiiiprovt-tnent
alove sper:fiei. ano arcompan fd W'lb a Certified
check iu the Mim of J.ilO, , ail'ie to the order of
the ireaur r of said city, whir b sha'l hecote for
feited tosuio city in ca e ilie b:duer sliil fail to
enter mlo contract w ith approved snretie to exe
cute the work for the price ln'-r.tior.e'i in h hid,
and aecordintr. to the plat. and spi-c fif-tton iu
th" event that ihe conlnct should ye awarded to
The rutht to reject nt,y ari(j a or pr-
posais 's hereby exp-e sh reseivef ! v tsd city.
Rock Island.' IU., Novemt-er. 2fi. issK.
KObtllT K EIILER.
JJ'OTICK TO 0ONTRACT0 'S.
Sealed proj o.ls will he r ccived at the City
ricrk'- office. Hock islat.d. 111., until Hondas
Iec 19, lStf at 5 o'clock p in.. f-r c ns ructirfr
'.he improvement ordered by an o dinmre of
s. Id cite entitled 'An ord. nance for the con
st ruction of a stoim rain from the west side of
Seven'een'h street and N'nth a d Tenth avenges
to the wi-vi side of Twenty-fifth f;cel," passed
Wov. 21, 1S92. Plan aed specifications lot said
improvement n the City Utk's iffi"e.
Ai. bid runs, be accompanied with t. ccriifitd
check in the sum of $i00 for the proper p.-rfor m
anC" cf the cot. trait if secured.
The city rt selves the r pl.t to rej. ct any
and all r'id.s.
specifi. a ior 9 on file at the citv e'erk's office.
Rock Island, 111., Nov. 36.1398.
i.OBLI T KofHl Flt.
1 0 rit'E.OF A TPLICATION FOK ToLI. ROAD-
To all whom it may concetn :
Notice :s nereoy civm lhat the nndersigned.tbo
Piury Toll Kojd i ompary. a corp-iratiott, wit!, at
the Belt esslin ot t'e roun'y board of the
cont'y of It ck Irian1, in the stste of llinel, to
no he.d in ttiecour: house hu:ltlirs in the city of
Eojk I-lmd. in snid co'-inty, on tiie i:Uh d.v: of
reremlier. A.I. 1S:G, (e it.o i a:.i' a,';.ly 10 the
sa:d counlv board for leave to estt.b'.ts'i a eravel
ol. roail fr. m tlte lllitioi- ecd or i lie t rir of tht.
Muoti!.e Bridge Company su'tos the ' :.-issippi
r v.' tit Al"en'in.' lim" k ttnri T 1, . , Tmi.iii n
a iont t.eaMerl;. itireetioit acos. tlo- low l--iid to
theb!t:flr, m c.tinetl with a public highway lear -lnir
over said b'uu"s.comnr n.y t;T:own :.s the Illi
nois Ciiy roi-d." and to locate siii-l road on
po.-Mt us of thu puMi: hiphw-, heretofore exisLins
across said low land, at which tune a; d t luce you
can appear ar.d l.e beatd if you see lit o do o.
Di ed at Kock Island. '11.. November 14. A. D.
18W. 1 KUUVTjI.LHoAUCOMP.aSY.
Mrfixtr & Walker, Atl'ys for said Diury Toll
Koad Comp nv.
A iew and CorLplete T eatmerit, consisting of
ptiprKieitorien. Ointment in apsnl'. also in Boi
and Pi.la; A Positive Cure for Ex'ernal. Blinl or
Bleeding Itching, Chronic Kecen, or Uereditiry
Piles, Female WKAKNEsfcKS and manv other dis
eases; it is always a preat benefit to the general
health. I he first discovery of a mndical cure ren
dering an operation with the knife unnecessary
hereafter This K medy has never been known
to fall. 1 per box. 6 for $. ; sent bv mail. Why
suffer from this terriable disease when a written
iruarantee is poitiv;y piven with S bottles, to ri
rund the money if not cured. Sena stamp for
fre sant'e. Gnaratitee ttstd by our atgeut.
JAPANESE L.IVEK PELLETS
Acts like magic on the Momar-h. Liver anil Bw
es: dispels liyspepsia, Billonsne-s, Kevcr. Colds.
Nervous Disorders, sleeplessness. Loss of Appetite,
restores the complection; perfect dipestton fol
lows heir nee. Positive cure for Sick Hkapachb
and Constipation. Small, mild, easy to take Large
Vial of 50 "ills 88 rent.
UAKTZ A BAbNS-.N Sole Aeents Rock Island
Unlike ths Dutch Process
are tised in the
IV. BAKER & C0.S
tehieh is absolutely
pure and aoitebfe.
It has morethan three time
the ttrenyth ot Cocoa mixed
with Starch, Arrowroot or
Suear. and is far more eco
nomical, costing lce than one cent a cup.
It is deliciona, nourish leg, and babllx
Sold by Grocer everywhere.
W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Hats.
Dr. Renison's Hellable Bemedy. Pamons every,
where amonir the ladies aa safe, prompt ac
electual Thtoriirinai twman' solvation. Pr;c
$1 sent diWct, sealed ; Information free. Adcross
Caton Meulcal Co., Boston, Mass.
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'MERRICK THREAD CC.C205 Filth Aveaue, Chicago
of Chicago, the well known and successful specialist In Chro-ic diseases and diseases of the
live ari i--T. bar dcci Jcs ti rJ::
Rock Island, Friday, Dec 1 6th, at the Rock Island House.
Cmsnltatiot: and examination free and conf.den.ial In the p rlora at the hotel from 9 a a .
to 9 p. m. ONE DAT ONLY.
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Sonfeon-in-Chief Inter-State Association of Expert Specialists is
most skillful practioner in Chronic and Nervous Diseases
GraduatinRwith distinction from the University of Michigan, he took up the study of
diseases of the eye and Ear and the so-called obstinate and incurable Chronic Diseases,
ievoting many years of study and research in some of the best hospitals and col'.eges of
"Jte world. He is not to be classed with the ordinary traveling doctor, who too ot'tes is
not even a graduate of a reputable Medical College. In addition to a large home prac
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 e
oitement of visiting a large city. Thousands die or become confirmed invalids from ti
lack ot skilled and expert medical and surgical
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 Hay
Fever are all curable. The treatment of
Hay Fever must be begun three months at
least before the expected attack. Catakkh,
that terrible disease, which often leads to
deafness. Ringing in the Ears, Asthma,
Consumption, and diseases of the Stomach,
cured by the li-test 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
Wonderful Cures Perfected in cases which have been neglected or unskillf ully treated.
No experiments or failures. After examination, if a case is found incurable, the pat
ient will be honestly informed.
CaUS SJld CorrespOfldeRCe strictly confidential and treatment seat by mail or Cipro
wit personal consultation preierrea. bend stamp for question lists. Address
DR. E. H. DEYOE, 789 Warrtn Ave., Cblcsgo
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Telephone 1098. 1 231 Twentieth street
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acknowledged te be the
in this country.
Diseases of Rectum, Piles, Fissures.
Fistula, and Ulcers cured permanently wi
out pain, knife, cautery, or detention fro"
Epilepsy, Catalepsy, Etc., cured bt
wonderful new discovery.
Ureases, tczema. fsonais. riiyiw
sis, Lichen, etc., etc,, treated successfully-
Diseases of the Stomanh. Liver, aa'
DiseaS63 Of Women positively eured i:
taken ia time before the nervous system u
shattered. Delay and improper treatment u
the cause of so many unhappy results 10
this class of cases.
Diseases of the Heart and Blood Tat
large majority of so-called Heart Disease
Diseases of the Eye and Ear A'! V
ations necessary done without any pain anu
without the use of anaesthetics.
FOR FREE EXAMINATION.