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THE Al.iU S.
yssilsned Daily and Weekly i
Avenie, Bock Island, t.
j. w- Potter,
Daily 50c per month; eakry
par aaaum; In advance ft .SO.
AM eommonlcaliona of a erillcal or nx-,rau!eni-tkr
character, political or relurtoua, roust have
ml Mr attached for publ'oaoon. N we
llltatiil Bin tit rrlnnH ticUlioa. aignaiuiea.
Aktboki eonunnnleatinas not notioed.
Cwrespondc nee solicited fro- every towasr.l
In Bock Island county. -
Thursday, Dkcembkk IS 1893
There is more talk of an orRanizcg
session of the new congress to be held In
Man h "i he idea would be to i ae the
speaker e!ecd and ways and mean
-Tirr'i't' appointed and thereafter an
adjiurrnieot. The committee uld be
in ae-hlon during the summer and pre
pared to submit a general tariff bill to
congrvaa on its reassembling at be call
of the president in September, ti e
Qainry Uerld maintains. If a cUtd
ie;:; -- nn'rl be depended upon to be
thus tfm-'prite, adjourning promptly af
ter completing the organization, it would
be a rrvnrrendable plo. There should
be no undue baste, bu the great task of
tariff reform should be promptly bee.uu
and pushed to such completion hs is oB
ible in t carefully cnnsii'end ttx mlur
tiou oi l.
No worse preface to the story of a human
life am be devised than the fixed convic
tion in a child's mind that lie is of no es
pecial consequence 1:1 ;ne .vorld. The
parent who seeks to iticuicuj wholesome
bnmility by drilling this persuasion into
young heads and hearts harms his off
spring beyond hope of reparation. Every
boy and mrl lias a nbt. to
have and to
bold, iu full consciousur-vs of its value, the
title deed to the father's and mother's af
fectioni. The child should comprehend, as
oon as lie can lisp the even inn prayer, that
the love, the cor,:;-.:v . '.rvi-r i!eep-
Ing inieivst c.f his eMrtlily siiardlans, are
f a li!,e tyrm with that wliieh warrants
him in .ikying, "Our Katiier who art in
I f.-iv:r :rv::.)y the iiarkm ycd phrase
albeit i,.' i .11 spoken lightly ""His father's
(or his Mother's) heart is bound up in that
child." If I h.new a word that would in
teDsif v t-he i ':ea of the insepuruhleliess of
parental devotion from its object that
Woiiicl convey to tuir children how our
aonls :i;il lives nre knit, welded and fused
into ti i irs, I would use it here to make im
prepnnMe the positiou thnt each immortal
crea; ure committed to our keeping must J
have an equal cobeirship in us and in whnt j
We have to L'ive. No niau or woman should
have the faintest siimlow of jnstifieation
for the murmur: "My parents never nave
me the ctiuucn in life that wasp-anted to
my lirniiif.rs and sisters. 1 was the odd
one at, home." It nnght to be as impossi
ble for human love to demit upon the
fourth us upon the first liahy. Marion
Barla id in Harper's IJazar.
Tom Moore and "Lallah Rookb." '
Iti worthy ofnot.e,asan evidence of the
precarioiisneHs of value in the wants which I
the poei, brings to market, that tlie first j
two numbers of the "Irish Melodies" were !
old for liftv pounds each, while so rapidly !
did they bring their author into fame that !
Mr. i'emer, the publisher, paid Mr. Moore
for m;i;:y years .100 per annum for the ex
clusive rieht of publication of the "Melo
dies." Nor is it uninteresting as per con
tra in balancing merits and rewards to
mark the amount (JCl.OtiO) paid for "Lallah
Jtookh," in which the liberal conduct of
the Messrs. Longman in acceding to the
price without seeing a line of the poem is
the nnt pleasing or remarkable feat ure of
The honorable generosity of Moore him
self in offering to Messrs. Longman to re
consider the terms of this agreement
brought to this nfTerof Moore's Iongmnii'a
reply, which is worthy of qnolatiou: "We
shall he meat happy in the pleasure of
ervim; y;.u in February. We a-jree wi: ii
yon -i that the times are ,iot inau.-
piciou- .' r ';wtry aud tliousau,' bur we
believe that your p-jetry won! 1 do more
than thr-.t of any other living po-. ! at t.hn
present moment." The records of such
pasKagc- of life are delightful and euno
blins. !,' w they d:us!i to the grouud the
cynic hktcrness thai, woui ': attribute all
the mo! Ives of huniau action to mere sel
fish worh' linens! Westminster Review.
Willing to save nia Teacher.
Mr. I'; .ti'.ie tells a story of how u native
Maori chief, Tekoi, managed to turn tue
tables Uj;on his uiisionary tcaclier. Tiw
Chief had been frequently warned by him
gainst, the evil of indulgence in "fire
Water." A day came, however, when the
missionary, iu danger of catching cold, felt
constrained to fortify himself with a glass
Of whisky toddy. At the moment he was
bout to laiso the tempting fluid to his
lips a dusicy figure appeared, aud, layuie
his fitter on the glass, said: "Stop, little
fatherl If you drink firewater you will
lose yor health; you will lose your char
cter. Perhaps you will lose your life
Fay, little father, you will lose but that
hail not be. Your immortal soul is more
precious than mine. The drink will hurt
me less than it will hurt you. To save
fuur aoui i wui arlnK it myself." Which
he did forthwith. San Francisco Arao-
Btste of Ohio. City of Toledo, (
Lucas county (
Frank J. Cheney mnkes oath that he
k the senior partner of the firm of P. J.
henej & Co.. doine business in the City
fTtiledo Cnuniy ard State aforesaid,
tid that said firm will pay the sum of
$100 for each and every case of atarrh
that carnot be cured by the use of Ball's
Catarrh Cure. Ft nk J. Cheney.
Bworn to before me and subscribed n
T presence, thli th day of December
EAl. A. W. GtEASOH
Ball's Catarrh Cure ia t-ken tnternallv
Mfl acts directly on the blood and
anions surfaces of tba syaterr. S nd
n tesiimoniala, free.
."k F' J ChPneJ Co., Toledo. O.
Tama Daily sot per moain; fu7 .
" - ..i nA
A ?. m aiiv.S jcto ic:u c ' f : u . a i'.
A guulleiuan n ceut y made a start tug accusa
tion In the hearing of ihe writer. Said he, "I
irmly hcll-ve that Br , int' mioaa'ly ar
antttntionaly, killed my wife. He pronounced
her eomplal ri t Consumption Incurable. he ac
cept d the verd ct, an ! died. Vet since then I
have heard f at least a iloaen cases, quite aa far
advanced a hers, that b ve been cured by Dr.
t'lerce's Golden Medical Discovery. Her life
might have ben saved, for Consumption is not
i incurable." Of course It la not. The "Discov-
ery" will remove every trace of it. If taken in
time and as 3d faithfully. Coneiim'.ition Is dis
ease of the li'oofl a acrofaloaa affect lor and the
Discovery ' strike at the root of the evil. Tor
all ctww n' wetk lunes spitting of blood, ssvere
liascr act coughs and kindred ailmenti, it is
At N:;!ii :-,., '..:.- ,.i. .:;it uori-
ties aiul jiliy vri.'iiis n- i.i.-ikiiti; stren
uous attv:?j: .; ,i i!c i tn !. :-., a mer
chant let! a vi.i!.iii v. :.irh huh
directed H;iiii-t i lie .iwtors. k circulat
ed reprt tiutl tin- phy-icinns were bury
ing patient- iii'ive, nnl cjide.i vortil to influ
ence the people against llicm. The gov
ernor gcni-ntl of the province caused the
merchant to be arrested, aud after an ex
amination was convinced that the charge
a&aiut him was true. " am going to
give you a Kovernment appointment," said
the coventor, "a it reward for what you
regard as yourexerci.se of public spirit."
"A governnetit appointment?" said the
man delighted. "'Yes, 1 appoint you a
uurse ou the floating cholera hospital in
the river. There you will have an oppor
tunity to -u whether there, is cholera or
not, and a) so to observe whether any per
sona are lieing buried alive." The man
was sent, I heref ore. to take care of cholera
patients. It is unnecessary to any that he
was uot highly pleased with his "appoiut
ment." A anehester Times.
Worh Hundreds or XKiUara.
My wite used on!y two buttle of
"Mother's Friend" before her third con
finement. 8 ay 8 idie would not be with
out it for t undreds of dollars. Had not
half as ri uch trouble as before. Dock
Milss. Lincoln P.rish, La Sold by
Banz & B-thnsen
Woman Jias been compelled to suffer,
not only her Ills, but those arising
from a wat t of knowledge on the part of
thofe with whom arte ntanrla rnnnpiwl
In the mansions of the rich and hovels of
the poor, w oman has been alike the pa
tient victim of ills unknown to man. But
now tbe h .ur of her redemption has
come. Biadfield's Female Regulator
cures all diseases peculiar to ber sex.
8 dd by Baric & Babnsen.
u ii li.us Kr:ue ot tiic ry:viiA. .
ti., i Mi.eu, i.-T)w.du;ie, l',SfvnR ait,.
. I'am ra the BiJo, ftt. VThiU- tlt-!'tr3i
.-t -.rtrr's L'tti- I Jvr TZ't
.iH-.-taCon'ttniHi n r-.irm-riui'i
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r-..-.Ai'.9i..a:iy it Oiey v.ili ut b w'.
; tad- '.vitar.iu tiu tit. Hut after allsiclZax
T fte Y-tai of bo rnncy lives that. hrm in whem
'-vnui&.eP':! leat Jmoat. Ouri-ilUicurojtT.Tiiln
r.-e-rv, J i
"ir',r'p Lii'- ILivr PHInnreiry p-n'.I n.'
v:rj uiy lj t.w. On ,r two pilid a- . i
J-'ntiy are sir: a y t;; tio u. j : ei
"iv , -lit 1'5 t-cir -Jiit.enciiuii pi ..e-.i; ::
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1 7 dri,:,ists rcrjrwLtsw, jr cut l ia'.t.
!iU"D 'VSS'tS'NE Of., S' C-TU.
?:Jn5 i li nwi DW" "''! 1 Kt-r
This Pi.Ecious Ointment is the
triumph of Scientific Medicine.
Nothing has ever been produced to
eqnal or compare with it as a curattvk
wid heaun ; application. It has been
nsed40 years and ahvavs affords relief
and always gives satisfaction.
Cures Pile or Hemorrhoids External
or Internal, Ilind or Bleeding Itching and
Burning ; Cra :ks or Fissures; Fistula in Ano;
onus of the Rectum. The relief is imme
diatethe cu-e certain.
WITCH HAZEL OIL
Cures BuRtts, Scalds and Ulceration and
Contraction from Burns. The relief is instant.
Cures Boiis, Hot Tumors, Ulcers, Fis
tulas, Old Sores, Itching Eruptions, Scurfy
or Scald Head. It is infallible.
Cures Inflamed or Caked Breasts and
Sore Nipples. It is invaluable.
Price, 50 Cents. Trial site, 2. Cents.
Md ay Dracca,ar aant post-tM raei .1 prtoa.
amrHajrrs1 kkd . crx, mans winum St., w iokk.
THE PILE OINTMENT
TO J HI: IFF LISTED 1
V.Tit t ay bitffrestociu.'Wfcswlien tbe tuvs
BacUmi trentniei.t can do had f?rrva,n
able pr oesof The I'erut'liciuiiailCo.. tin-
j ,,'. pared om tr o prescriptions of !r. Wi:i
5 I'fH lam ,a physician f world-w ido repu'e
T4iYniiNC liCMsorlns tri-u- rvmins
i(v(7ir-4 ' UtlHU WIB and Nervoo.i !Xuiln
fWta&a. flaiar I ajs. of Memory, Dewoiuieney, eo:
liir Hrly imtlerelionoroUier-sueM; Jo
Vlifil F-CCCri who expenem a veiSm
ill.Ul'LL-ADLU UCH InadvttnoeofUieim-.'ii-n.Ki..
neyand Bladder t tiubles, ttc.. will find our MeUi.i:
if Treatment a Pit e. Certain and Speedy Cl'liK.
lEMIHAL PASTILLES temal medicines wi.t
-v3--s.n,oiir Hhc-sovHailiuents. Dr. William?
2 if"hohii'.Klti speciaJ attention to th.-i
j a luisesse-i for m.tny years, prescribes Semi
nul I'n- lilies which act directly upon Uv
man r,i miacu Medicines, as luey are run
chance thytheinuttric juice and require 4i
cbuiitie of dietortalerrupUortnbusims-
HOME TP.EATMEKT RSK'
Costilla- from t.1.00 u St5.uo. usotl r-ith m.
SPECIFIC Nfl PI '""he KldncysanC 3UJ.le.-em
' " ,u "U.CI recent ciines In oiie to four ft--
;'"- tll ill rillW KA.si - iv. i,iscj,,.
UUI or write for- ;utalrxrae;iu-J !i I -n.-tl ,atw
CcrstuUux olhen.. Adilrc--,
... , THB PfliU iWSiC-.
p spg per
3T a iA.rsVf
?trs. K. J. Bowen, Mod ford, liass., says her
Tether has been cured of Scrofula by the uso
:f fi-r bottles of BE!33rf3 after havi:ur had
r-.rir.hothortreat- BESSSc ment. and beir,
r 'lluced to quite a Inw condition of health, us ii
v-'.-is thought sbe could not live.
peared all over his ffPwJJ' face. For
a year I had P1780 P all J 'i-e
of nia '-''recovery, when final",;
I was y Induced to use
symptoms cf tho disease remain.
Mrs. T. L. Mathers, MatbervOle, Mi
Our UMik oa UkXki Hi I --k 1 ri-was- matlel fr-r
Sl.lH beuJIHlC CO..ACUIHJ
A. D. HUESIN6, .
IiftiTcsonvs. a-noti; other lime-tr.ed acn wr;
torn Firelnsnrne Oompanlen he follci"").'
Koyal Inanrane Company, of Knciar.d.
Weschestor Pire Ins. Company of N . V.
HTiffalo German Ins Co., Buffalo, N. 1 .
ftocbester Gernu n Ins. Co., Hocheskir. -. -.
Cltirere Ins. Co., of PittsSnrgb, Pa.
iinn Fire Offf.ce. London,
union Ins. Co., of California.
Socuritv Ins. Co.. new Hivan. Cor.n.
lAWaua-ee Mechi'.nics Ins. Oo., Milwaufceu. W r
Serman Fire Ins. Co..of Pona,Ill,
Of8--e Cor. 18th St., and SeccmJ A-
KOCK ISLAND. :r J..
HATES & CLEAVELAND
Representing over 40 Million lf,llt,r
of Cash assets
Fire, Life, Tornado.
B onds of Suretyship.
OPFU B Room 21. Vitche'l A Lynde's block
ttork Islanu, Ills.
Cybecnre oar rates ; they will inu res yoa.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
Tbe old Fire and Time-iriod Comjianie
Losses Prcinptly Paid.
Rnies ss low f s rv reliable comja:iy rr, nflor-.
Your PxTrouaL'e 1- solicited.
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
office Corner Fifteenth street and Third Ave.
SaceeertstheMolineMavtnes anc. Onranlaed ISflS
5 rcrCKSUSTEttST .AID ON DEPOSITS.
Organised ander State Lhwb.
0:eL from 9 a m. o 8 ,n., and Wednesday and
Satnrday nighte frotuT to Hpm
Pobteh Skin mbb, - - President
ii. A. AIMswoBTH, - - Yice-President
J.V Usmknw.t, ... cashier
: oner Skinner. W. W. Wells,
.'. A. Hose, H . A. Alnsworth,
0. H. Kdwards, W. H. Adams,
Andrew Kriberfr, F. Hemenwuy,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for private parties ia the cardan
spot of the west by the
Orchard State Bank
of ORCHARD, NEBRASKA.
1. W. D&bt. President.
J. 8. Das Cashier.
Mitchell Lynde Bankers
J. F. Kobtnaoa, Cashier Hock Island National
O. C. Carter, 1 . D.
Henry Dart's Sons, Wholesale Grocers.
STTOKHET AT LAW Offlc. ia slitchell
ft Lrnde's new block.
4 TTOEKBTB AT LAW. Office In Hock Isla (
LSational Bank CO ullding. Bock Island, fli.
0. I. WltXH
8WEESE1 A WAJLKEK,
TTOKNKV8 AND COUN8KLLOE8 AT LAV
T.OrBce in Benston's blook, Kock Island, 111.
MtEJNIRI & XcENUlf,
aTTOKNKY'b AT LAW Loan money on koot
security, make collections, Beference, Mitch
ell Lyndo . batuxers. Office In Postofflc block
S. W. ODELL,
TTORNET AT LAW Formerly of Port Byron,
1 and daring tbe past two years with the firm of
iiowbing A Knlriken at Moline, bae now opened
n office in the Aaditoriam baiidinf, room ft, at
K. . SBABU. S. W. 81
SEARLE & SEARLE.
I TTOHNEtS and Counsellors at Law an) So
.1 licltors in Chancery; office BUordw block.
(,iired my little boy
tary scrofula SfvK
o i lCK TO C0NTHACT-E8.
Sc 'led projiofals will be seceivi d at t'"e city
clCil"e office, Kock Island, 111., until Dec. 19, ISM,
si 5 p. ui far eonetructii tr 'he improvenitnts
or,:red !) an ordinance ot si.ld ciiy, entitled
Aii ordinance for tbe improvement of Twen
tirth t-triet fro the routb lire of Ninth avenne
to the Bonn line ( f EUhteentb avenue," pns.ed
AuKUSt 8, ali-o "An ordinance for tt.e im
proTeaaent of r'ourth av uue from tbe west line
of First stn at to tbe Wi st line f TweLtieth street
and from the east line of Tw.-i ly third rtrei-t to the
west Hi e of Twenty -four h -treet. and of Twenty
fourth street from the si nth llrn of Third avenae
so the north line of Fifth avane." pas-d Cel.
IT, iscts. and for faint bincthe man r al a- 4 doing
tbe work according to the i Uuta and specitcatkiaM
c fi eat the eity clerk w O' -.
Blatk Bins wilj ' e laruisbed on application.
- Bids unit be separate for e ch Improvement
above sfeced, ann secompan:rd with a eertiAed
abeck la the pom of 1000, i.ayhle to the order of
the treasarrr of said city, which shall become for
feited to saiQ city In a?e ibe bidder shall fail ta
enter lato contract with appn.v.d ,nreiies to exe
cute the work for the price ttioce,! in his bid,
and accordion I. the plans and satxilctUons in
tbe event that I ha eonlri, anoald ne swarded to
Tbe rutbt to reject any and all bids or pro
posals i hereby expret-sly reserveo ty said city.
Hock L-taad. IU , November, 86. 18fei
Boa but KosuLca.
OUCK TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed propos is will he received at the City
CleitN office. Kock Island, 111., until Monda-,
Dec. 19, lJi at 5 o'clock p m.. for e narncling
ihe improvement ortired by an o-dinnutie of
said eity entitled An ord nnnee for tbe con
st ruction or a stoim raiu from the weat side of
Sev. nteenib street ard Ninth a d Tenth av, noes
to the west nile of Twenty-fifth st-eet," paxse't
iiov. 21, 1898. 1'ians ai d speci flcat inns for said
improvement n the City Uilk'f office.
Al hid- musi he ncc-n,piiiiied with certified
check in the sum of f 'lio for the proper p.rfor m-anc-
f the cer.trart if secured.
Tbe ciiy reserves the r frtit t reject any
and all rods.
Specin a lore or fil at the citv clerk's office.
Kock Island. 111.. Nov. 2t is int.
1,'om i f Koebi.rk.
. t:ity Clerk
By virtue of an execution and fee bill No. 6MX.
issued out of the cl. rk's offee of the circuit court
of Id ck lshind county, in the state of Illinois
and to me directed, whereby I am commanded to
make the amount of a certain judgment recenly
obtained a ftii st Tfe s-i-sipsippi Valley Mano
faclurer! Muiunl Union Ii.surunce Company in
lavnr ot f . C. V inanta for use of K H. Van Dn
sen out of the lands, tenement, eoods and chat
tels of the said defendants. The Muvi-snpl
VaLey Msnufactureta Matnal U-.ioa Insurance
Com pan v, have levied upon the following prop
'1 he andivided one fouKh (Vi) interest in tbe
following oescrbed premises, to-wit: The west
half ( ) and the west half (J4) of the east half (H )
ot lot two (S) and tbe east naif 4)f the tl
hull ( i of lot three (I), all in block nine B) situ
ated in that t art ot the city of aioline knoatn as
Old Tt-wn in r ock Island county, state of liliuois.
Therefore, according losaia command 1 shall ex
pose for sale at public auction all the riitht, title
and interest of tbe above named. The Mississippi
Va ley Mnnafacturets' Mutual t ni'a Insmuce
company in and to the above described property, c
I'aturday.thetV.hdayof Decimbrr.iwia.aiao'clo k
p. m , at the north door of the court house
in the city of Kock island, in the county of Hock
Island and state of Illinois, for cash in hand, to
satisfy sala execution and f,-e bill.
Dated at Kock Islan , this oh day of D.et in
ner, A. V. ISKIC.
C. D. GORDON,
Sheriff of Kock Island . oun;y, Illinois.
R. ti., PEARCF,
rt-H.ractt .c !tciii!li A LyiiaO nt;w bio
OR. It KAWTHQRKE,
Teeth extracted without ut.in by the tew
-o 17 U Second avenu . . over Krell Math's.
Vi-,h, B GKU & SCHOEMAKEB
Mltchei: & Lvi-de's Ulock, Rooms 2d-Sl
3. R, Hollowbnsh, M. D, Geo, K, Barf h, M.D,
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH.
DhTICIXNS AND S'URGvtiNS.
A OiHce 4(s)23-rl st. Telephone I06S
KesldcnceTSlSlstst. " UBS
Dr. Barih I Dr. Hollowbnsh
to 10 a.m. I 10 to in a.m.
1 to aDd 7 to 8 p.m. 2 toSai d"to!-p.m.
DR. CHAS. M. ROBINSON
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Office McCuilongh Bnllding. 194 W. 3d Bt.
Hours : 9 to 11 air : 1 to 4 Dm.
J. V. MTks, M. D. Oso. W. Wbkslbb, M. D.
DRS. MYERS & WHEELER,
stnrs-ery asd ..as, s f S tajn,
fflce over Krell ft Math's. Te'ephone 1143
Da. HTBBS I DR. V811LKR.
0 to IS a. m I 8 to 10 a m.
ito 5 acd 7 to 9 p. m 1 1 to 8 and 7 to 9 p. m.
tee. telephone 12U0. Res. telephone, 1190.
ST WILL KOT
W VOU TAKB
SOO Kwtr4 lot an
brarWaa ntaiuea Isoail
la thM Capsalsa
VIU Our any
aooav r.t,nded if not
wa aay. St poacpald
rwir : o prisa,
sKXIMAIt '.IOHTY. rAM.
Dm 9 ois'
For sale by all dratTgiass.
a a eie
Tho desires a Rood banltiess pos!tirn in the WorM's
'air city shoe let write nt ure for l"re'p. ;.. of the
Sinotis Metrono;;t;tn Hu lr.e'; f ... ;'ht:ii o.
Jnnsunlfacllliiesf..ri'la' ;v;: n .' : .Vl'.slioi:
" veaxs Oec-ei'.-, I". i v.i, - -
that the (simple truait
?nrrthrrh i:;adc ikrl
of rne -.villcc rialnly curr
Htlfi fflliV ilrvi:nM at ni
TiirrnTf r isn V inc--V, VVam.tl Vitality iii.I Iikr trouble
- rtw !r ;!'.: ( trutol ) fVr4 t nr'ToiM who wH
i:l :.-. ;..? -c -ni.;i)-!i n icu e t :... A'ldreaf
FOR IT iiAS STOOn 7? Ti ist V
of ah. w torn
Ho wonder Fkmmte
tins Hmsiwms nm Burnt
'wa? l'.T TsMt ;'V : 1
ar. inf: at t,t i
sf Chicago, the well k;iowa anil siicoes-fulspfcialist in Chroi's diseases and disease? of n
"7; anl E ir. has decided to -.ts::
Rock Island, Friday, Dec 16th. at the Rock Island House.
Moline, Saturday, Dec. 17th, at the Keator House
CaasmMation and examination free and cocftdt n'.'a' la the prlora tt fts atel frm- 9
to 9 p. m ON B DAT 0LY.
Snn;eon-in-Chief I:iter-5tatc Association of Exticrt Specialists is ackr.otviedged !
most skillful practwner in Chronic and Nervous Diseases in this country.
Graduating with distinction from the University of Michigan, he look up the stifJy of
diseases of the Eye and Ear and the so-called obstinate and incurable Chronic Diseases,
devoting many years of study and research in some of the best hospitals and colleges of
Uie world. He is not to be classed with the ordinary traveling doctor, who too oi:en is
not even a graduate of a repu' able Medical College, in addition to a large h me prac
tice he visits a few of the 'mportant cities of Illinois and brings his great and expe
rience to those who could not well withstand the expense, fatigue, apprehension, and ex
citement of visiting a larje city. Thousands die or become confirmed invalids from th
lack of skilled and expert medical and surgical treatment.
NerVOtiS Di8ase3 Nervousness, Kervocs
Debility, Impaired Memory, Mental Anxi
ety. Absence of Will Power, Melancholy,
Weak Eack, 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 Cores Perfected in cases which have been neglected or unskillfally trea-ed.
No experiments or failures. After examination, if a case is found incurable, the pat
ient will be honestly informed.
CMOS Ud CofTe8p0wdeBCe strk.;:y confidential and treatment sent by maU or expnxs,
bnt personal consultation preferred. Send stamp for question lists. Address
DR. E. H. DEYOE, 789 Warren Ave., Chios.
R. Q. Hudson M. J. Paekkb
HUDSON fc PARKER.
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
AU kinds cf Carjriteritipr promptly attended to Ep'irr:i,fl
fnr isLed when d-girvd.
Shn cot. 3'ir,-,t av fd -wsnt-rith .. Tv..kI" !hrw
Kavenpprt Business Coree,
COMPLETE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS.
FOR CATALOGUE ADDHK-iH
Roek Island Brass Foundry
AND ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
All kinds of brass, broose and aluminum bronze casting, all shades and wm;.r '
a specialty of brass metaJ pattern and artistic work. ,
fat siis Orv At 1811 First avsone, nsar Ferry landing, - KOCK ILA'n
J. MAGEK, Proprietor
Diseases Of Rectum, Piles, Fissures,
Fistula, and Ulcers cured permaneniiy with
out pain, knif;, cautery, or Oetention trom
Epilepsy, Catalepsy, Etc., cared iy
wonderful Dew discovery.
Skin Diseases, Eczema, Psoriats, Pityria
sis, Lichen, etc., etc,, treated successfully.
Diseases of the Stomach, Liver, tn'
Diseases of Women positively ccrci if
taken in time before the nervous system i
shattered. Delay and improper treatment
the cause of so many unhappy revolts in
this class of cases.
Diseases of the Heart and Blood The
large majority of so-called Heart Duea?
Diseases tt the Eye and Ear au or
ations necessary done without airy pain and
without the use of anaesthetics.
J. C. DUNCAN. Pronn-tfir.