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THE AKGUS, THUKSDAT, PttCJ&l.BER 29.1892.
THE TBAYKLEKS' GUIDE.
CHICaQO, BOCK ISLAND PAt TIC tJLU
way Depot eoraci r'lfth avenue and Thirty
first street. Frank U. Plammer, agent.
Conncil Bluffs A Mlnneso-1
taDav Express f
Kansas City Day Express...
(tonncii bluffs A Mtnneso- I
ta Kx-regn I
Oraaba and Denvor Verti-1
bole Kxpress I
Kansas City Limited
Btoart-Rock Island Bipres
11 :05 am
S ;2J pm
4 At an
7:40 im 7 :95 pm
.44 am t'.SSan.
4:4 am ll;10 pm
6:40 pm) v: B am
Daily. tQoing east. Hoing west.
BURLINGTON ROCTB-O, B. A V. KAIL
way Depot First avenue and Sixteenth at.
M.4. nonng, agent
TRAINS. titTi. taaifa
Bt. Louis Bxpress :40 am 8 :40 am
BU Loots Bxpresa 7 :87 pm 7 :7 pm
St. Paul Bxpresa 6 :46 pm 7 :55 am
Beardstown Passenger 9:68 pm 10:85 am
Way Freteht (Monmouth)... 8:00 am 1:50 pm
Sterling Passenger 7:66 am 8 :40 pm
Ml Paul Express 5:90 am 8 4!) pm
Starting Freight 11 :30 am 10 8" a
CHICAQO, MILWAUKBS A ST. PAUL KAIL
way Racine A Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
avenne, B. D. W. Holmes. agent.
TRAINS. Liava. Abbitx.
Matt and Bxpresa t-boc 7oopn
St. Pan! Express.... (:60pm 11:4) am
Ft. & Accommodation 7:45m oilUpti
ROCK ISLAND A P&ORIA RAILWAY UK
pot First avenne and Twentieth street. F.
H. Rockwell, Agent.
TRAINS. Lbavi Aamvs.
Fst Mail Bxpress.... 8:05 am 7:fpm
Bxpress 2:S0pm 1:35 pm
fl&ble Accommodation 9:10 am 8:00 pm
" " 4-n0rml am
MOST DXRBCT B0UTB TO THB
Tlast, South and Southeast
Fast it'l. Express
(. Rock Island B-.tbam 8 ) im
:.Onjo 8:4om 8:04 m
Cam-ridir :l)m 8:2Tpm
Otlva V :36 am S S7pin
Wyomine 10:11am 4:33pm
Pntci-ville 10:SOam 4:55 pm.
Pnorla 11 is i,m 6:40 pm
a. Louis ... .
a -i. pm
8 :55 pm
7 :30 tm
(ll -.00 pm
Ax. Roote rini
1111:10 am, S:SO pm
i puii t :kk pm
.-Accommodation trains leave Kor-k Island at
a:ooa. m. anl 8 30 p. m: arrive at Peoria 8:50 p.
n. aad 1 :18 a. m. Leave Pemta 8:00 a. m. and
7 :15 p. m; arrive Rock Island -4:30 p. m. and 1:85
AH train r in diily except Sunday.
All passe iijer trains arrive and depart Cnlon
detot. I'e ina.
Free Ciatrc-on Fast Express between Rock
Is'ood an I 'enria, both dlrec.lons.
Throng tie'eou to all p v.nts ; baggage enecked
throogh r.n dasMnation.
i H.lt) am
i 11.00 am
Lt. Rj-i 1-la.ui.
' Kv Is'and
8.21) am 1...0 pm
7.00 ami J. 45 pm
7.55 ami 8.00 pm
H. B. .StfuLjW".
Q JU'l Tkt. Agci J
UHACQUAINTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY Of THIS COUNTRY Will CBTA
UOCH Ml UA3LE INFORMATION FROM A STUDY OF THIS HAP OF THE
Gliicap, Pioci Islani & Pacific By.,
Tne Direct Route tn a.d from Chlcajro, Jollet, Ottawa.
Paorta, La Salle. Slollue, Hoc Island, In ILLINOIS
Imvcaport, Mtwratlno, Ot;u,nwu, kalrx)5a, lto
1 alius. Wlntemet, Audubon, liarlan and Ccsnei!
IMuOb. tn IOWA ; Sliuiicanolli and St. rnul. In MIX
KESOTA; Watertnwn and Sioux Falls, in DAKOTA ;
OomerpQ, St, Joseph and Kansas City, In MISSOURI;
Oinnha, Lincoln, Falrbury and Nelson, in NEBRASKA;
Atchison, Leavenworth, Hortoc, Topeka, Hutchlmon
Wichita, Belleville, Abilene, Dodge City, Caldwell, in
KANSAS; Kingfisher, El Keno and allnco, In INDIAN
TERHrTOET ; Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo,
In COLORADO. Tverses new areas of rich larmlng
and graaiug lands, affording the best facilities of Inter
communication to all towns and cities Mat and west,
aortbwest and southwest of Chicago aad to Pacific and
VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS
Leading all competitors in splendor of equipment,
between CHICAGO snd DE8 MOINES, COUNCIL
BLUFFS and OMAHA, and between CHICAGO and
DE.VVrcn, COLORADO SPRINGS and PUEBLO, v)9
KANSAS CITT and TOPEKA and via ST. JOSEPH
First-class Day Coaches, FREE P.ECLININO CHAIR
CARS, end Palace Sleepers, with Dining Car Service
Close eonnccUoiis nt Denver and Colorado Springs vltb
diverging railway Hues, now forming the new and
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN BOUTS
Over .Iitch superbly-equipped trains ran dally
TUROTOH WITHOUT CHANGE to and from Salt
Lake City, C(rn and 6an F"uiclsco. THE HOCK
ISLAND Is alTO tUa Direct ono Favorite Line to antf
from llaaltou. Pike's Peak and all other sanitary and
scenic resorts andclties and mining districts In Colorado
DAILY FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
From St Joseph and Kim-as City to and from all lm
. o.licji U."i.s.c :i -F nu-j sections in Southern Nebraska
Kvi.. rr..! :.. Ji;-;.an Territory Also via ALBERT
LKa. Rr.r: r .-row lianw City and Chicago to Water,
town, fiiuu Folly MINNEAPOLIS, ana ST. PAUL.
jr.n-?.3r7 f.n nil points north and northwest between
he .'aire mm the Pacific Coast
For Tickets. Maps, Folders, or desired information
pply to any Coupun Tlctet Office In the United Statet
T Canada, or addruss
ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN,
3fr Manager. GenlTkt.APBSs.Agk,
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
once Corner Flftee3th street and Third Ave.
Succeeds the Moline Savings c ana. Organised 1889
5 Per CIST. 15TEREST a AID ON DEPOSITS.
Organised ander SUte Laws.
Opsn from 9 a. m. to 8 - m., and Wednesday and
Saturday nights from7 to 8pm
Poktir Skivxkb. - - President
H. A. AnswoKTH, - - Vlee-President
J. F. Btumrii, - - Cashier
Porter Skinner. W. W. Wella,
C. A. Rose, H . A. Ainsworth,
a. H. Edwards, W. H. Adams,
Andrew Frlbere, "!. F. Hemenway,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for private parties In the garden
spot of the west by the
Orchard State Bank
Of ORCHARD, NEBRASKA.
E. W. Dabt. President.
J. S. Dabt Cashier.
Mitchell A Lvnde. Bankers.
J. F. Robinson, Cashier Rock Island, National
C. O. Carter, M. D.
Henry Dart's Sons, Wholesale Grocers.
A. D. HUESING,
Reriresents. among other time-tried and wel
kjov-o Firelnsnrance Companies be following:
Royal Insurance Company, of England.
Weschester Fire Ins. Comnany of N . Y.
Buffalo German Ins. Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Sochester German I is. Co., Rochester, N. Y.
.tiieiss Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Ian Fire Ofllce. London.
CTnion Ins. Co., of OalifoTi'.a.
Security Ins. Co.. New Hivea, Conn.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Co., Milwaukee. W.
German Fire Ins. Co., of Peoria.111,
OSse CoT.'ISth 8t., and Second Avo
P.OCTC INLAND. TX.r.
HAYES & CLEAVELAND
Ilepresentirig over 40 Million Dollars
of Cash aseete.
Fire, Lifa, Tornado-
B nds of Suretyship.
OT FICTt Room 21. MitcheU AjLjnde's block
ttorl Island, Ills.
t$becnre onr rates; they will interes you.
T. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old Fire and Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rates as low as any reliable company can afford
Jour Patronage is solicited.
R. M, PEABCE,
Ro m 33 in .Hitcncll A LynSc'u new block.
OS?. J. E. HAWTHORHE,
Teeth extracted without pain by the new
No 1"16 Second avenne. over Krell Math's.
Mitche 1 & Lynde'n Elock. Roouia 2d -SI
ATTOKEY AT LAW-Offlcs; in Mitchell A
Lynde's new block.
JACKSON & HCRST,
ATTOR1IKY8 AT LAW. Office In Hock lHa f
Nationnl Bank a nilding. Rock Island, Hi.
S. SWBJI HBT. O. X.. t'lUU.
SWEESEY & VTALKEJ:,
4TTORNBYS AND COUNSELLORS AT IJS.W
0ce it: Bengston's b'.ock. Rock Islsnd, 111.
IcEMKY t cEJilKt,
ATTORN EY'ri AT LAW Loan money on E-jod
It secnrl',makecollectinns, Kefsrepc?, SfitcL
ellALynd j. backers. OT.oc !n PostofTlca block.
s. w. oki:li,
TTORN ? Y AT LAW Formerlv of Port Byron.
1 and during the pant two years with rlie firnnof
drowning Entriken at Moline, has now opened
in office in the Auditorium bniidlng, room S, at
C. J. Skabxb. S. W. Ssaju-k.
8EARLE & SEARLE.
I TTORNKtS and CosnscUors at Law and So
.illcitorsliChauoerr; oce Balord's blosk.
A WICKED THOUGHT.
DID IT MAKE A CRIMINAL OF HIS
An Impresnive Story Told by a Veteran
Engineer of an Kventful Midnight Ran.
A Fateful Telegram and the Keeling It
Aroused In the Mun.
A group of locomotive engineers sat
arouml a table in a pleasant and secluded
St. rnul resort a few eveninRssince quietly
sipping beer from the large stone mns
that have become so popular in recent
years and related some of t-iieir peculiar
experiences when in charge of the throttles
of the great iron monsters traversing the
region between here and the coast. Some
of the tales were exciting. Some of them
weird and ghostly, and occasionally a
blight little episode crept into the conver
sation. Finally a tall, fine looking engi
neer, whose countenance betrayed the bat
tle of perhaps fifty years or more, removed
his unlighted cigar stump from his month
and related a story that produced a pro
found impression on all who were seated
about that primitive German banquet
"I was running No. 4 on ft western rail
road twenty years ago," he said, "when
something happened that has kept me
guessing ever since. You fellows may not
believe it, but it is the solemn truth as
sure as I am a foot high. I had been lay
ing off for a wet k on account of the illness
of my wife, and did not take my run until
satisfied that she was doing well and had
the assurance of the doctor to that effect.
The night I left I was feeling rather de
pressed in spirits, and somehow was not a
bit surprised when fifty miles out the con
ductor handed me a telegram from my
little girl which read: 'Comeback. Mam
ma is worse. She needs you.' Hastily I
replied: 'Send me word of her actual con
dition at C . Don't delay. If absolute
ly necessary for me to return I will do so.
"Well, all the way to C I was in an
agony of suspense. I found no telegram,
and somehow felt relieved on the idea that
no news was good news. But I could not
shake off that feeling of depression, and it
seemed to intensify. 1 looked in my pocket
for that telegram in order to see if I had
read it correctly, I couldn't find it. It
was gone, and the fact worried and nettled
me a good deal. I soon forjrot it, however,
in attending to my work. The night was
clear, and we were running at a good rate
of speed. I sat in the cab looking ahead
and half in a dream.
"Suddenly something shot across the
track like a flash of lightning. What it
was I never did know, but instantly my
thoughts went back to the telegram and
my sick wife at home. Whether that ob
ject that crossed the track was responsible
or not, I don't know, but I all nt once grew
nervous and shaky. The fireman noticed
it and asked nie what the matter was, but
I put him aside with some evasive answer.
All the while he kept looking at me, how
ever, and it finally worked me up to such a
pitch that I turned on him and cried, above
the roar of the train, 'Keep your eyes off
me or I'll kill you!' He shrank back half
frightened, and told me afterward that I
was temporarily insane at t hat t ime.
"1 looked out. We were going at a
frightful rate of spred. 1'nconsciously I
had pulled the lever out farther and in
creased the speed of the train toabout sixty
miles an hour ahead of schedule. An in
stant later the bell rang and I rovers tl
the lever. The train came to a stand
still. The conductor came forward with
a white face and inquired, 'For God's
sake, Joe, what's the mntter with you?
A little while longer and we would
have plunged into the west bound train.
We ran n little nhend to a side trark, and
within a minute No. 2 thundered past. It
was a narrow escape, and I closed my eyes
when thinking what might have been." I
got down with the oil can and walked to
the side of the engine.
"When about to fill the cups I noticed a
piece of paper fluttering on one of the
wheels. I reac hed out, took hold of it, and
was about to crumple and throw it anav,
but something arrested my intention and
I opened it up. I turned perfectly white
when I saw it was addressed to me and
rend: 'Comeback. .Mamma is worse. She
needs yon.' U was the last straw. My
feelings made me weak as a child, and
when I clambered intothe cabagain it was
with dittic'iity that I was able to start the
engine. Well, to make a long story short,
I called the conductor and told him I
would go as far as the next station. I re
lated the circumstances, and instead of
laughing he only looked grave and said
"At the stop, to my surprise, became for
ward and said: 'Joe, yon had bet ter stop
here and take No. 0 back. I telegraphed
for a man to finish the run.' Dazed,' and
hardly knowing what I did, I waited one
hour for No. 0, and almost before I knew
it I had renched home. Almost running, I
hurried to t he house. It was nearly morn
ing, but lights flashed before my eyes as I
came up. Kverything seemed astir. I
staggered against the gatepost, for I was
weak with nervous dread. Finally, mus
tering all my courage, I opened the door
and went in."
The silence was oppressive, when Joe
stopped and gulped down his beer. Every
body around the table waited eagerly for
the continuation of the story. Deliber
ately wiping his mouth Joe continued:
"What did I find when I went inf you
are all asking yourselves. Well, not what
you expected. My wife was not dead, but
had just given birth to as handsome a lit
tle fellow as you ever laid eyes on. My,
but I was proud, and I stooped down and
kissed them both with more emotion than
I had shown in years. Well, I am not as
happy now as I was then. When the boy
grew up lie exhibited tendencies of wild
ness. When nineteen years of age he ran
away. I have never seen him since. I
never can see him again."
"Oh, you dou't know; he will come back
again some day," said one.
"Never," said old Joealmost fiercely; "he
"Why not ?" asked one a little more nervy
than the rest.
"Because," replied the old man sadly,
"he was hanged in Montana three months,
ago for horse stealing. I knew something
would mar his life. The murderous feel
ing I experienced that uigl.t on the engine
omde a criminal of him." -St. Paul Pio
Damon 4-d I'vthias.
The stcry of Dumou ami Pythias is found
in Greek btory. The men were Syracusans.
Pythias was condemned to death by Dio
liysius, ml'T of Syracuse. He usked to be
allowed to settle his business, and Damon
gave himself up as a substiiut'?. Pythias
returned before the day of execution, and
Dionysius Bet them both free. The source
of the story is a uwtice of t he event by Aris
toxenus, incorporated by lainbliclias in his
life of Pythagoras, whose doctrines both
friends followed. New York Sun.
At a Quaker Wedding.
No clergyman is needed at a Quaker
wedding because the happy principals per
form the ceremony themselves. This is the
formula repeated by the bridegroom at a
recent wedding: "Friends, here, in the
presence of the Lord and in the divine
presence, I take this, my friend, Edith
Mary Hanbnry Aggs, to be my wife, prom
ising, in the fear of the Ixird and with
divine assistance, to be her faithful and
loving husband." The bride repeated a
similar declaration, the certificate of mar
riage was signed by witnesses, short ad
dresses from Scriptural texts were made,
prayers were offered, and the ceremony
was ended. Exchange.
A Marriage Announcement.
A Washington woman was recently sur
prised to receive from her quondam wash
erwoman the following note: "i am Very
sary i cant Wash for you any i am all
Worked out and I have got to stop it as i
am gointo get marrid and try that a While
But i ma Bee worst of than all i always
like to Work for you Best than anyone
else.'' Washington Post.
a. L'ttiB O il's Expenses n i 1 ghthoate
Mr Rail Mrs. I.nrt n Treicau arc keep -
rs the gov. l'g'ubvuse at 8 ind Beach.
Yi t l.. r.' ri arr b'f.sftd with a d iuphter,
fm.r t uti. old last April she was taken
down with mvasWa, followed with a
dreadful cough and turning into a fever.
Doctors at borne and at Detroit treated
her, but in vain, she grew worse rspidiy,
until she was a mere "handful of bonrs."
Then she tried Dr. King's New Discovery
and after the me of two and a half bot
tles, was completely cured. They gay
Dr. King's New Discovery is worth its
weight in gold, yet jou may get a trial
bottle free at Uartz & Bahnscn's drjg
STRENGTH AKD HEALTH
If jou are not feeling strong and
healthy, try Electric Bitters. If "La
Grippe" has left you weak and weary, use
Electric Bitters. This remedy acts di
rectly on liver, stomach and kidneys, gen
tly aidiDg those organs to perform their
functions. If you are afflicted with sick
headache, you will find speedy and per
manent relief by taking Electric Bitters.
One trial will convince you that this is
the remedy yon need. Large bottles
only 50c at Hartz & Babnsen's drug
BrCSXKH'e ATiKICA f ALVS
The best salve ia tie world for cats,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fevet
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
cores snd ail skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Prire 95 cent? p-r
br.x. For sale bv Hartz Bt.l.pser
lack of Exsrcise.
Is one of the prime causes of hesdarhe
in the winter. Persons accustomed to
the pure fresh sir during the plep.e&nt
months are turject to this terrible sn
novsnce nt this time of the year. A
boon is offi red in Krause's headache cap
sules, which is guaranteed to cure any
kind of a headache no matter what thr
cause. Headache caused by overindul
gence in food or drink late at night, can
oe prevented by taking one capsule be
fore retiring and one ir the morning.
One minute's time often makes a great
difference a one mrnute remedy for
Bronchitis, choking up of the throat,
lungs, etc , of course is a great Wersicg
Cubeb Cough Cure is such a remedy.
Cubeb Cough Cure One Minute.
J"0- W. Rowen, of Des Moines, Iowa
while snow bound at Carroll, Iown,
through exposure, contracted a severe
cold. After several useless trials of var
ious remedies he purchased a bottle of
Cubtb Cough Cure, and sajs the cure
was magical, and after taking two doses
he could breathe freely, and enjoy a good
tiecp that night undisturbed. Another
cape is on record where a lady had not
slept more than one or two heurs a niht
'or months, who after using only one
boitle, was well and barpy.
Do Ton r ava
Neuralgia, Lame Back. Pain in the Side,
'ore Throat, Sprains, Soreness of the
Chestf Then have it no more but use
Krause's German Oil.
Cubsb Cough Cure One Minute
When Baby was sick, we gave her uastoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for OaKtnria.
When she becamo Miss, she clung to OBstoria,
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria,
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves
tho bowels each day.Moet people need
to use it.
Children Cry for
For beauty, for comfo : for improve
t2"Ct of the complexion ise only Por
Z'"ui:s Powder: there i Bbing equal to.
Childrcrv Cry for
Coughing leads to consumption
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough at
ung lexers i
We Ojfff Yon a Remedy
ichlch Iutures Safety t
Life cf Mother and '.?.
" (BOTHER'S W fcPP '
Robs donflncm .
Pain, Horror aw'HUk.
AfterusIniyonehotLleof ' ??chr' Trleml
sm'nrwl out little pain, and (11 1 notexperlt noe t7u.
wer.lraciis afterwurd usual in such cases. Mrs.
Anhie Cag, Lamar, ilo., Jan. lHh, la3L
Sent by exuress, charm prapaM. on receipted
prloe. (1.90 ter : Kittle, bouk lo iloUi.- mailed tree.
BMABFIEILri RKGI LATOB CO.,
SOLD 7 ALL DRUOamv.
SolAfcv Brts Bshnssm, .
THIS MOLINE WGOl?,
- The Moline
Manufacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT Wj
A foil and complete line of Platform and other Spring Wagons, especially
W 62 tern trade, of superior workmanship and finlrh Illnstniied Price Li-
x.Vlication. See the MOL1NK WAGON before purchasing.
of Chicago, the well known and successful specialist In Chrnacdisejia m s, ,
Etc ar-i Ear. br request of many friends and paticnls'has dec! Jci to rc n
Rock Island, Friday forenoon, Jan. 1 3th. at the Rock Island Ho
Moline, Keator House, afternoon of same day.
Consultation and examination free and confidential in f ie p rl it -: ,
tol'rr.. ONE DAT ONLY.
Surgeon-in-Chicf Inter-State Association of Expert Specialists is
most skillful practioner in Chronic and Nervous Diseases
uraduating with distinction from the
useases 01 tne eye ana tar ana tne so-called obstinate and incurable Chronic Dis
ievoting many years of study and research in some of tne best hospitals ar.d co-"
lie world. rie is not to be classed with
not even a graduate of a reputable Medical College. In addition to a large h ne i
tice he visits a few of the important cities of Illinois and brines his treat skill and?
rience to those who could not well withstand the expense, fatigue, apprehertion, ao:l
eitement of visiting a large city. Thousands die or become confirmed invalids Iron!
:act ol skilled and expert medical and surgical treatment.
Nervous Diseases Nervousness, Nervocs
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
rJay Fever must be began three months at
least before the expected attack. Catarrh,
ihat terrible disease, which often leads to
deafness, Ringing in the Ears, Asthma,
Consumption, and diseases of the Stomach,
:ured by the lutest 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 orun5ki;:fa;:.v:rci:
No experiments or failures. After examination, if a case is found incurable, tie f
lent will be honestly informed.
lases and UorrespOPdence strict., confidential and treatment sent bv mad or a?."
tut persona consultation preferred. Send
GEORGE SCHAFEK, Proprietor.
101 Second Avenne, Corner of Sixteenth Stteet, - Opposite Harper's Totstrt.
The choicest Wine, Liquors,
l"s Laara Kverr Day
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ro' x: .a R(H-k fslRnd b? Hurts ; b:b.raji.-ti ;il Arr. n.i Ct
A U kinds of Cat Flowers.constsnllv on hand.
re ii to.'jes-
'a MX nortr 'entri: naig-cne f .'crt'n
r" . N.A I'
m this country.
University of Michigan, he tool; up the Ktl
the ordinary traveling doctor, who too oi:
Diseases of Rectum. Tile?. Far.
Fistula, and Ulcers cured pcrmancn'.ir
out pain, knife, cautery, or dcttrtios
Epilepsy, Catalepsy, Etc., c-jred
wondertul new discovery.
Skin Diseases, Eczema, Psorhis, Pi
sis, Lichen, etc., etc,, treated furccss'u;
Diseases of the Stomach, Live,
Diseases of Women positively cm
taken tn time before the nervous s
shattered. Delay and improper trcil
the cause of so many unhappy rc-ts
this class ol cases.
Diseases of the Heart and Blocd-
larsre maiority of so-called Hear. 1'is
Diseases of the Eve and Ear A"
ations necessary done without any raio A
without the use of anaesthetics.
stamp lor question lists. Addresi
E. H. DEYOE. 789 Warren Ave.. Chicago.
Beer and Cigars always on Hiri
. fcaadwlches Fnmlrel on Short Nuti-
1803 Second Avenue.
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