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THE A KG US, TtiTT-SDAt, DECEMBER 8, 1892.
rabltohe Dafly wd Weekly 1C24 Second
c lime, osk IaUad. 1U.
Tmm-rDtUj Me month; Weekly M.OO
per iiidb; tn advance si.au. -
All Mnnnlntioni of a critical er imntltl-
ttre character, politic! er relirteaa, meet have
eel iim ettaebed for peMicatloa.. ! each
ertteleewU) be printed over fletationi signatures.
iHiMH eommnnlcatlnai not noticed. 1 "
frrre-aeee eolielted fsom every eewaehip
TmnuDi. Deokxbkb 8. 1893
flood B4a In Illinois. I
Ooramot-elect Altgeld has within
few days past, says the St Louis Repub
lie, given evidence of the systematic fcusi
nets methods which will characterize hit
administration of the state government.
Dujlpjthe campaign he discussed the
question of foadmaking as a plan to
abolish convict contract labor in the state
prisons. a And since the election has re
sulted ia placing the official responsibility
upoa him tie is talking about methods of
work in' a way to prove that he is entirely
able to meet it '
The govarnor. elect concludes that
$300,000 will cover a township with two
macadamised roads, each . 14 feet wide,
traversing it from north to south and
from east to west, and that to these cen
tral fines the unnascadamizad roads will
all he tributary. He has i&vesligitd all
the elements of expense entering into tbe
work, and is prepared to sneak with pre
cision Concerning it, but if state convict
labor is employed to any extent in road
building it is difficult to see why 12
miles of well ballasted roai should cost
$200,000. The element of transportation
of material will be one ot the largest in
the entire cost ot work in many parts of
the state, but it is in tbes9 localities ta-it
convict labor should be employed, if it is
to be employed at all, in reducing the
total cost to property ownets and tax
payers.' ",- ... .
The question ot making a road law will
be one of the most important coming be
fore the approaching session of the Illi
nois assembly. It is evident that in
Governor Alt geld the assembly will find
an earnest and entirely capable coadjutor
in the work .
A Libel on Central.
"Hello, central! Is it tnje that you girla
are not allowed to li ten to what is said
over the wires?"
"Yes; and wliat's more, we wouldn't
waste tlie time if we had it to throw away
in listening to. the silly stuff that people
pour into each other's ears.. The politic
must think we arc dying tohtr8ometh'!,);c
when we try tocntch what it has to sny.''
"All right, then: -frive me 1,314."
"There, you've cot 'em.1 "
Hcllo, l.P14! S.:y, I've sot rt seefnt,- I
want to whisper to you, liut .first I t ri
tell you that jvsteiu'iy I saw the telephone
girl who bus-.'. et o;:r o::ls at the cent r.tl
office the one wit h tl rtntiked. r.is;-iiirf
voire td. sr. (Teri:: s:-i
she's iii ttfi.ee
that in tiiitnr.:'ly so hnint !y 1 !i.-.t
of fin nerifir nt t::-tl. li.iuht. b-faii
improve -t nt;f tn-twi", f:l 1
such ti l r'l'.tlst rvd t h:,i T:'-rsoii v.
unv s( rt
r hftif is
irTi w. ak
eyes ciin't l.k at itt X'f;t Uiro:;!' bl:..t-il j
ghtss, ami .!(.'( t fneiih s i's iiMi::ft "s
ine Sftiares on :i . k.t i .-... tki
ir.'iy, yiu horrid hkiii, ;lf J hear :ny
more of i!i::t k!.! ' ttili; civ r : !c vv 'n e,
I'll report yi.u to ti.e nianniir! rI'o jou
"F.r-r-r, hello, l.r.ll! I'll call aronnd tiiis
afternoon nnl tell you what I've jtrot Lo
say. I'm afraid it won't do to end it ovif
the phone, lieemise well yon understand
bow it is." Pittsburg Dicputch.
Proved to be the Bett
Test"d and proved by oycrthir'.T years'
use in all 0"ris of tbe world, AlicoeVs
PoTfUi" Piasters have the indnrsemer t
of the highest medical and chemical r.u-tb-vrit'efi
and millims of crutefnl pa
tients who have been cured of distrca !D!!
ailmeTS voluntarily .testify to their
Alleock's Porous PiastcrB are purely
ve-jetnlile. They are mild but. tff-ctive,
sure and quick in their action, and abso
Beware ot imitations, and do not be
deceived by misrepresentation. Ask for
Ailror.k's, and let no solrr.ita'ion or rz
planaticn induce you to accept a substi
tute. Neatly Mended.
Among the bushebnen employed by a
large Market street clothing firm thera ia
ona who is a wonder in the repairing branch
of -the business. ;:An example of his skill
with the needle rwas 'furnished recently
which astonished evan (hose familiar with
Kla"Work. A "gentleman" came into the
place with a dress coat, almost new in ap
pearance, but which tbe moths had gotten
into and gutted a hole as large as a silver
quarter in the back. Since there was not
anotlHir coat in the place which would fit
the owner, and hewas extremely anxious
to have it by evening, it was soot to the
workrooms and a consultation held.'J
The work mart. in question asserted that
be could mend tbeptaoeia awayt4.defy
detectiotr, and be was told to go ahead.
First cutting a'pieee'iof cloth to fit the
hole he went to a blnck'haired young
womanand by her permiasion pulled sev
eral hairs from her. head. With these he
stitched the edges of -the patch, and when
tbtfwurk was done not a salesman in the
establishment could detect the mend. Tbe
eufltomer was o msch' pleased that he
sent the workman a neat present. Phila
delphia Record.' .
Published on behalf jt Hood's 8arsapa
rill rj v8 rJiabfe ft wyrihy Tour
coiOdencd i as '4f Vket 5!ame from your
Vkfl knd " most truster! neighbor. 'They
tsMylv the simpje facta in xegnrd to
vrtit' 'H6ofi,B1' jiparula b,n8' Aohe, 1
ways wjtEin ttiilibfantLreasoii. ' -
ConsMpatiou and all troubles witb th
digestive organs and the liver are cure
by Hood's Pills. Unequalled as a d nner
Womu'i Health and Life " '
depend more on regularity tbso p.anj.r
all causeH combiner!. An actual or Iivine
death is toe result of derner meoi. of
functions which mnkc wr.naatu what. , she
is"; immediate relief Is the onlfa?PgTlV3
against wreck and rain. In ill cases of
Btoppase. delayed, painful or other irree
nlarities Brdflld'a Female Regulator is
the only sure remedy. Bold by H-itfs
A Babnsen. .
I used three bottles of "Mother's
Friend," and when I was shk I .never
went to t ed until 12:3(aud my boy was
born at 3 a. m. with t-creelj ny piln. I
will do all I can In Tcuntnetidrns it to
exp clan t mb; her. Tnur t r1if6 fri-nd,!
- " ' MB8 B.K WALTSRHtJS
Marion, 6.. Bepw 1S90 : .',
j:: i i A naee in iteaaini:. ;
A reaomg lesson tnat i atu naea mtna
I A V I 1 1 - 1
in itself was typical.
The lesson was announced soon after I
entered tbe room. When the children had
all placed their books upon thj desks, the
"Position! Books in your left hands;
right hands behind your backs!" ,
The lesson was conducted as follows:
One child was called upon to it ad a para
graph, then another pupil was told to read
the same paragraph over again, and lastly
this paragraph was read by tiie class in
concert. The same course was pursued in
all the paragraphs read. Taken all in all,
this reading sounded like a pie-t e of music
consisting of a solo, an echo an 1 a chorus.
How interesting the story must have been
to the children! Dr. J. M. Rice iu Forum.
"Away I Awiy 1' There ie danger here 1
A terrible phantom ie bending near; '
With no tinman look, with no ht man breath.
Be stands beside thee the hannt er Death I '
If there ie one disease more than another that
comes like the unbidden guest at a I anqoet, it is
Catarrh. Insidiously It steals upon yo, "with no
Daman breath" it gradually, like the octopus,
winds its coils about yon and crustier you. But
there Is a medicine, called Dr. Saw'e t'a'arrh
Remedy, that can tear you awsy Iron tbe room
ter, and tnrn the ayth-i'e point of the r aper The
makers of this wonderful remedy o'er. In good
alth, a standing reward of $500 for an inenrab'e
rase of Catarrh in the Bead.
State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas county M
Frank J. Cheney mikes oath that he
is the senior partner of the flra. of F. J.
Cleney & Co.. doing business iit the City
ot Toledo, County and Sute foresaid,
and tbat snid firm will pay the sum of
$100 tor each and every case of catarrh
tbat cannot be cured by tbe use of Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Fr-tok J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and 6obs-jibtd in
my presence, this 6in day, of December
A D 1886.
seal A. W. Glk soh,
Hall's Catirrh Cure is taken internally
and acta directly on tbe bl od and
mucous surfaces of the systeir. Send
for testimonials, free.
Alarec9 F.J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O
Sold by drutreists. 7Sc
IackofExe cise- '
Is one of the prime causes of headache
in the winter. Persons accustomed to
the pure fresh Hir dur.ng the plensant
months are tut jeet to ttiis lei note
novHDce Ml this time, of thi; var. A
b-on is offered in Krause's heaUche cap
suits, which is tutii:,.r:u!;d 'o cure'acy
kin;l of a tettduhc Do ointier tubtt ;',it
cause. IIf;Uatht tur.siti by ot irialuf
Si nee i.'. food or dr.;,k ,1l.'.c ul r. eht c iu
o piLV.-ntcii bv
afeir c one c i, suit i t-
fore t n:;i.t and !.:.e tr I'm: nion tag.
One Biici'.its u:,te r'-.tn. mittM s sret:
differeDcw a : oL-e iMt.nte. ren e;. f.r
bronchitis, clioktii-j; . Of tf 'I.t tbro.t,
aU;i fcte..,' of i-our- i: a atexX Tes.sincr-
Cuhel) Uui!h Curt; ie t-u; h a rem -.lv.
Cubcb Caujcb Cur' Out Ji.iiiU.tv ...
J. o- V. Ri-wt-n. 'i D,i 'o ces, towii,
v-t'le sof.w b.i.j; d 'at Cnrroli, . Ijwk,
through Xpcfcure cun'tar.ied ''t'vtre
i coid.- Af r f-;rol 'scl .s trial!-. ot ar
i i.'. us remedies ho pur-4i u il a bottle Of
U.htb.jUocga Cure, .ana . says . t ie. t cure
was maoicai, and ui er t ikit n o, dot'.i.
he could beiti; fr.i ly, i,td euj ; ft gnod
sllcp ttiitt nitt: untiisiurbi d. ADo;Ler
cse is on lecord tiers a lady Sad s;ot.
slept more than one -r two hours au.ht.
fcr mnmbs, who af er using ot.ly one
bottle, neil rt hi'p;y, - ; : - i
To Yon . ave !
Neuralgia, Lame iSuck. Pnin in tue ride,
rore icrotti, jru,, feort.ii si, of , thd
Chest? Then have n no, tnons I u uee
Krause's ytrmnp O.l. , . ,,, , .
Cubeh .Ccuh Cure i).i Yiit.u e . ,
A troublesome skih'-itsease
I caused me to scratch -'1 or- t'va
months, and has been IRfSFSr?
rod by a few days' use of Bg lag1.
i .,11, aXWoLrrjUpper Murlboit) Md.
i tor cured several years ago of whlto wer.in
j l :y.leg by using ffSSSSI and ba 1-a Uuo
laptoms of ie. jBJSgiflli turn pf Uuj ui 3
f. e. Many prominent physician auenUetl-u.w,
-ii all failed, but S. B. 8. did the work. , "
l ctW. KmKPTKioK, Johnson 'Jit .Xtap.
Treatise on Tlcod and Skin Bis--asea
mailed freei - -. c ': ;
nit r specific Kc, i t
' -ii : . -,i Atlanta, Ca.
Unlike tti8 Dutch process
No Alkalies -
are nsed In tht-
preparation ot .
: -1 : I . .
vhirh ia absolute. yr.,,,:
- pure and soluble. '"
- It has more than three t met
I Uib ttrenyth ot Cocoa mixed i
with Starch, Arrowroct oi
Buear. and is far more eco
nomical, costing less than one cent a up.
It ia delicious, nourishing, and XA lt-r
Sold by Grorers eTerywhere.
7. BASES 4; CO., Dorchester, M ua.
FACE AND FIGURE
show it, if vou're a healthy
woman. They'll have a
beauty of their own, no
matter what . your features.
Perfect' health, w ith its clear
akin, rosy cheeks, and bright
eyes, ia enough to make any
To get perfect health, use
faithfully Df. Pierce's Fa
vorite .Prescription. That
regulates and promotes all
the proper functions of wo
manhood, , improves diges
tion,' enriches the blood, dis
pels aches and pains, brings
refreshing sleep, and restores
health, flesh and strength.
For periodical pains, prolapsus and
other displacements, bearine-down sen
sations, and "female complaints" gen
erally, it is so effective that it can be
guaranteed. If it doesn't benefit or cure,
you have your money back. Is anything
that isn't sold in this way likely to be
"just as good."
itepreeunia. araonx other mae-fnod nuc r.
kaown Fin Insurance Companies be rollow.ji?
Kojal Inanraucr Company, of Bneiaurt.
Weerhester Fire Inn. Company of N . Y.
BuSalo German Ins. Co., Batlalo, N- V.
Hocbester German Ins. Co., Rocueelhr. N. .
Oltisens Ins. Co., of Pms?nreo, Fb
ecn Fire Ufflce. London.
Ctiion Ins. Co., of California.
Secnritv Tns. Co.. New Hivon, Oct u.
miwanaee Mechanics Ins.Oo.,HLlwaaKt. .-'
-emiau Ftrelns. Co., of Pior:a,lll,
OrBce Cor. I8ta St., and aecor. '
ROCB: tr'L&.NP, RT..
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HAYES 1 & CLEAVELAND
Representing over 40 Million OolUrs
of pash assets.
Fire, Life, Tornado
Bonds of Suretyship.
OFFICE Room 21, Mitche'.l Lynde's block
KK-k Island, Ills,
fiffecure nr rates; they will interes yon.
J. M. BUFORD,
The old Fire and Time-tried Comyanic
Losses Prcmrtlv Paid.
Rfatt-B ui low a r.ny roliabUi company car. nffori.
Vou- P:itrmre i solicited.
r, is, mm,
:oom in .Vitchcli A I ynai-'s tn-i-v hl-w-i
T .ki- elevator.
In.M.. E. .MJMTKQa&E.
' Teeth extracted wlttxrat pais hy r he. i e
T.tvtoi:. . i ... - j
N.i 1716 Second avenat:. evi r Krel! f Vj:hV.
M:rueii & Lynde'a Bk-ck. KriiT V.
J, TR. nullowbnsh, M, D. Geo. E, Barth, M.D.
DRS.BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH,
pHTfllfl AKS AND t'UKGWONS,
Ofnee 40923rd st. Telephone 1085
- Residence 721 Slst st. 11SS
. .. i.. omciBouBi:
Dr. Barth 1 Dr. Hollowbush
to 10 a.m. 10 to 1S a.m.
1 to and 7 to 8 p. tn, 2 toSai d 7 tol-p. m.
DR. CHAS. M. ROBINSON
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
. Office' McCnllough Building, 184 W. 3d St.
' DAVENPORT, IA.
Hours r 9 to 11 am : 1 to 4 nm.
J.'F. Mr ebb, M. D. Geo. W. Webeler, M. D
DRS. MYERS & WHEELER.
-:- ' - --' SPCClALTnES: J
t$DrvF anil itfraiM-i of Unnsii.
cilice oyerKrell & Math's. Te'ephone 1148
. - orricx uoens:
BB. atTEBS. : t ( DILVH1EUE.
fl to 12 a. m. i 6 to 10 a m.
ito S and 7 to 9 p. m 1 1 to 8 and 7 to V p. m
, es. reipphon liW Re. telephone, llitO.
QEO. P. STAUDUHAR.
.i j. .j
-, , Plass and anperintendenoe for all class
Rooms 50 and 58, MitcheH & Lynde bnilding
TAKI ILITiTOB .
., H-,-iv7-,:PV rioM.-iIjt
IMFR8!TfrYrTTr?lC StCT AND sBSPmstvr
IT.se. Tr. ul tiMtrrVv-o 'lie Kt.l,. MiM, SwH)
tnr, CMiiUun,, iur.rj,., I ;-. (r:cn". r.t.irli T F
'AHTH. mtoriat. cb. 0.1- Uril. Jju Vtllilhl SSIKM-.r.
k'-wirlr yli ir.'.TTt .. r wt f.-tf;it f-.- ir rt.
fir l.T 4U .uivfu.!,. . I. t. at" ai. H or.t ca-e e.
rt', I'-r S -f- moutha. heaiiHi pamphlv. fre.
ETlTION TO BELL REAL .8TATK.
a - ; : -
STATS OF ILUNUIS,-.
rock IsuaKD CotnTt.
Te the Dectmher term,JA. D. 19J.ot the eoanty
jaurt. In probate.
In the matter of the estate of William N. Jean
son, deceased. 1
Jehn Schsfer, Jr., aitmintstrator Cvn test am en
, , annexe ot the hist wtt)-Bd testament Of Wil
liam S. .li hnsi n, deceased, peutlontli tsj John
A Jol nson, Myron Elsworth Johnson. Charles
Irwin, auson, "Uliam C. Johwai. gamoel C.
Johnson, Rebecca Stanley, Anna Hewitt, Martha
K BenjaVia.Mariaa L. Mi t$io, Barah V, Hewitt,
Ella Bvftfcken. and Kmma &. i Mardn. defend
enta-PeUt'.oi. to tell real efta'eto pay debts
The the aboe named no resident defendants,
and each 61 them.' .
Aflldum your-wo-eidaee naTlng been
lied in the office or the clerk of i aid county ronrt,
notice ia hereby giren to yon, that the aboTe
nau.ed petltioter has nltd in said court
hi-petition for the sale of real estate ef which
said William N. Johnson . die.l- seized,
in which yon are named defencants;
tbat a summons has been duly isued In
Mt,irttHhl tn the next, term
of said county court to be brgu and boiden at the
knn.o in fho ettT of fcftCk island 10 (Hid
conntvontbe first fcon.lay of Tecember, A. I
.on., u : nk. ;.A m.,t nlu. vnn will fknneftr and
IQW. Bl n U.XH I" " - ' '
i i ,iAnin in ..II netition if von see
Ultiu, wirwu, v .w . i rf
fit, and tbt yonr default will be entered unless
yon app? in Kaia court, uj iwj 'wuu"i
the dauuary lerir. neii.
Rock Is pakd, 111., November IS, A. T. 1893.
Clerk of said conrt.
(titi.1T a W: KIR, Attorn's forpetition.
OTICK TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals -will be received at f'e city
clerk's office. Rock Island, 111.. until Dec. 19, 18W,
at 5 p. .., ht constrnctire 'be improye.-nents
ordered by an ordinance or said ciiy, entitled
"An ordinance for tbe improvement of Twen
tieth street from the south line or Ninth avenne
to the nonh I ne ot Eii'bteenib avenue," passed
Aupnsi 8, lt?94, also "An ordinance for toe im
provement of t?onrth avenue from the west line
of Firl street to the wstline of Twentieth street
and from the east lineof Twei.ty-third street to the
west Hi e if Twenty-fourth treeu and of Twenty
fourth street fro;ii the south lln- of Third avenue
to the north line of Fifth avenue." passed . ct,
17, 18H8. and for fu'ni-bir.g the mater al a.-d doin
the woik according to the , lans and specifications
on fl e at the city clerk's o ce.
Bin- k bids will I e fnrtiished on application. -Bids
mu-t be separate for ech improvement
above pecified, and eecompan ed with a certified
check in the mm of 5uo, ; aye t'le to the order of
the treasurer of said city, which shall become for
feited to said city in ca.e the bidder shall fail to
enter into contract wilh approved i-nrcties to exe
cute the work for the price mentioned in hie bid,
and according to the plans and rpecifloitions in
i he event that the contract saonld be awarded to
The rieht to reject any and all bids or pro
posals Is hereby expiersly reserved ry said city.
Roeh Island, 111., November, 26. 189i.
OTICE TO 0ONTRA0TOB8.
Scaled propossls will te received at the City
Clerk V office. Kock Island, III., until Monday,
Dec. lfl, 1W at 5 o'clock p m.. for onnsiructing
he improvement ordered by an ordinance of
snid eity entitled 'An ordmanoe for the con
struction ot a storm erain from the west side of
Seventeenth street and Ninth a- d Tenth avenues
to the west side of Twenty-nfth street," passed
Nov. 21, 1893. Plans and specifications for said
improvement on the City Clerk's office.,
All bids mast be accompanied with a certified
check ia the sum of $200 for the proper perfor m-ano-
of the contract if secured.
The city reserves the rg-ht to reject any
and all bids.
Specifics! ions on file at tbe city clerk's office.
Rock Island, 111., Nov. Sfl 189.
jotick;of application fortoli, road-
To all whom it may concein:
Notice is nereoy pivi n that the undirsigni d.liie
Drury T 11 Ko .d t ompany, a corpr.ra'ion, will, nt
tbe next session or tre roun'y board of ihc
contny of ltixk Manri, In the state of llltnt is, to
he held in thecoiir'. house building in tlx city of
Rot-k lni. in S':i1 cnnn.y, on tlie ISth day of
He-ember, A.I. W.2, ie itio i at.it am.ly to the
said county bourd for lt-nve to etabltii a pravel
lol road fr-m the IUii-oit" enil of i he !-rieg of thr ;
lncaI!l e BiifUe Comi.uy acr.iss the ".!iisippi j
nvc- at M- -ca:in. . Iowa, ami 1hrr.ee running n :
a iont!K aterlv c:ir-ctio;, acioSH th-- lov.- l.-njil-i to,
the bluffs, ioc-ni-e-1 u:t!i a p iblic highway len'i- j
ini7 over aid binlT.c;imiiivn y ki-oivn j-.f tiie ":lli- (
noic fit- ro il.'" ai!i io locate M'i-l 'ell road on.
portion? of th-1 pu H - .i:hwv heretofore -i xistini: '
across y&ul low lur.d. i-t w hich lim. ai d - l:ic- you )
din iipoi-ar ar; i- r : h't: u von mi c n i -o o.
Il.'ed at lock ! t. if.. .Nrxniiher' U.A.I).
Hl'U T '1.1. 1!01) COMPANY.
S r fxky ,fc Wilki e, An ys fur raid ll nry T 11
Road Con-p ti '.
P.y ';-t!ie n nr. execution a!d feMU No C4tV)
if.n'fd ot.t of the c-rU's office of the circuit totnt
ol li' clr lsi-n.il C iunty, in the state of Illinois j
atid to ilirect'.-ii. Hl-t-reliv T am comrnMuleu to j
make the iirn-uct o1 a oerroiii juiltrment recerly !
obtaineit a a:-si T e : ii.?i-iiiHii 'a!U-i Maiii:-!
feti.reri' Mutual Vnin-i J:.snr.-nce t't-mpanv in I
f-v. r of -' f. w in.i!-i for us.-of it it. Van Pu-j
sen o:.i of t'-e ln.'. tem-meu'j comls anJ ch-it-j
t- is of t!u said i.efi nclaurs. ' The Missi-eiipil
ey Vaenfartiirt is' Mutual Union tiii".imn.e
i'o".; ui ' . I have ic-ricd upon lite following prop
e ty, to- it .
1 he nnduMs'l omr-fonrth ) !nte;et m the
folloitir i sir U'O prettiws., to-wit : . The west
biiif m ar il the w ha!f t!ii) of tlieeat ha'f (Hi
o; lot iw : (!) ail tlie east iii'f H)of the enst
hlf i t lot three (Si.ail n block nine iSisita
stid in that I iirt of the city of Moliiie knnvn as
("i "ul I'.nn in . K-k I?tanrl -onnty. state of iil1noi.
Therefore, ai uoriliuii osuu oominaud 1 sbuilex-po-e
forsale at public auction all the rk-ht, title
and Interest nf ttie ahfve named. The M if siss ppi
Va ley .M tiufaeinrers Mutual nion Insurance
eompany in an.l tottii above dwcrihvd Lroperiy,- -u
raturduy.tbedtihday of I. citier.lSiR.aiSo'clo -k
n. m , at the north door of tbe court heUFe
in th: city or Rock Island, In the county of Ruck
Island and stte of lUinoib, for cash in hand, .0
satisfy sals! exi-cntion and fi e bill. -
Hated nt Kock lslan-, this 6ih day of Decem
ber, A. D. lxi. - -
Sheriff of Rock Ilan.l f'oun'y, Illinois.
A uis and Complete Tteatment. conplstine ul
f upiHisitories. Otntmenl in Capsnl, also in Box
at.d PI. Is; A Positive Care f r Krernnl. Blin l or
B'eeditm Itchine, Chronic 'Reni n' or Ueredit rr
Piles. F KM ale wtaKltBstns and mnn' olher dis
eases; it is always a irreat henefit to the' genera)
health, 'i he first discovery of a meilii al cure ren
rierinL'an operation with the knife unnecessary
heremfter. Tt'ls R medy has tiewr netm known
to fall, si per box. 6 for ?S; sent bv mall. Why
suffer from this tern .tile dis. ase when a written
guarantee is pos';tiv!y piven with 6 bottles, io re
fund the money if not GO sect Semi stamp rot
fre sam-pe. Onaratte- ist.td by oui araiil.
JAPANESE LIVER PELLETS
Acts Ilk; magic on the -tomach. Liver anil Bw
es; dispels Pyspepsia, Billonsne-s, Fever. Colds.
Servons iiiortiers,leepie--rness,Los of Appetite
retuires tlie complec:ion: perfect ditesuon fol
lows their nse. Positive cure tor Sick llsiDiCHi
ana constipation. Small, mud, easy to take Large
Vials of 50 fills 26 cents.
UARTZ BAHNSr.N Sole A -rente Kock lslana
Dr. Renison's Keliab'e Remedy, ramous ever
where anwin); the ladies as sale, prompt ar,
eflectnal The oriirtnsi .aoman'n ealvatten. Pric
f I sent di9ct, sealed; rirortnation free." Addres,
Caton Mecical Co , Boston, Mass.
iVho desires a rrood hnstnev. pr-sti-.ri in thi tVorM
'sir city alioulu wrltBitmi- J r... i r
ainoua. 5'tnnoirpa li i !is c. r:(- o. rtn. -.
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Patronize Home Industry and Protect the Labor of America
MERRICK'S SPOOL COTTON. -
It Is Six Cord Soft finish, t nil treasure, and is equally well adapted for Hand and ltaoHr.t
Sewing. For sale by
and Dry ttoeds Houses generally.
- MERRICK THREAD CCV205 Fifth Avenue, Chicago
of Chicago, the well known and i Qccesrful specialist in ChroJc diseases and diseases of the
2y; ari Sir, ias de:ide to Tls:i
Rock Island, Friday, Dec 16th, at the Rock Island House.
Csnsaltation and examination free and confidi n-.ial in the parlors at the hotel from s a .
to 9 p.m. ONB DAT ONLY.
Suiffeori-in-CJiief Inter-State Association of Expert Specialists is acknowledged tc be th?
most skillful prcctkn-ser in Chnmic and Nervous Diseases in this country.
Graduating with distinction from the University of Michigan, he took up the stu!y of
disearcs of the Eye atid V-ar and the so-eViled obstinate and incurable Chronic Diseases
devoting many years of study and research in some of the best hospitals and colli pes of
he world. He is not to be classed with the ordinary traveling doctor, who too often is
not even a graduate of a reputable Medical College, in addition to a large heme 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 exnense. faticue. aDorehcnsion. and cv
uicuiciii. ui Mining a large ciiy. i nousands d:e or become confirmed invalids Irum
lack of skilled and expert medical and surgical treatment.
Ne.-VOUS Diseases Nervousness, Nervoirs
Debiltty.'mptlrefl "-Memory, Mental -"Anxiety.
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
May 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
lent will be honestly informed. &
Ca86S and Correspondence strictly confidential and treatment seat by mail or express,
but personal consultation preferred. Send stamp for question lists. Address
" r ' ' - dr. E. H. DEYOE, 789 Warren Ave., Chicago,
- DBALKR IW-
Telephone 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
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Diseases of Rectum. Piles, Fissure?,
Fistula, and Ulcers cured permanently with
out pain, knife, cautery, or detention from
Epilepsy, Catalepsy, Etc., cured ly a
wonderful new discovery.
Skin Diseases, Eczema, Psoriais, Pityria
sis, Lichen, etc., etc,, treated successfully.
Diseases of the Stomach, Liver, and
Diseases of Women positively cured il
taken in time before the nervous system il
shattered. Delay and improper treatment is
the cause of so many unhappy results in
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.