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THE AJiGUS, MOXDA'i', JaXUAHV L'
THE TRATELEKS' vJUIDE.
ptHTCAO, HOC INLAND PiCTIC KAIL-V-
way Ueoot corner Fifth aveune and Thirty
flMt Rirent, Frank H. Plummer, agent.
tEiBT. 1 JWE8T,
Council Binds ft Minneso-1 I
UDT Express J lt:05 arn; 4:41 am
Kansas C4ty Day Express...' i0:8 pm' 6:20 am
Washington Express I 3;20 pm 3:13 pin
Ccrancu ulaOs a Mmneso- 1 1 I
ta .- res ll 7:40 am 7:35pm
Omaha and Denver Verti-1
bole Bxpress ( S.44 am :56 am
Iuaw OUT Limited . ... 4:4S am U;10 pro
Stuart-Roc t Island Express! 5:40 pml 9:0 am
Daily. tGoinireast. toinir west.
BUKUNliTON KoUTB-C, B. Q. RAIL
way Depot First avenue and Sixteenth at.
U-'. Vouip, agent.
TRAIN8. j tun 4Bitb.
Bt. Loam r.ipreas 6:40 am 6:40 am
Bi. Loitr. Repress T:S7 pm 7."S7pm
8U Paol Express 6 :45 pm 7:55 am
Beardstovru "r-assenKer 8:58 pm 10:35 am
Way Freight (Monmonth)... 8:00am 1:50pm
i Sterling tisfinirer 7 :56 am 6 :40 pm
Btl Panl Express 5:0am 8:45 pm
" Sterling Freight 11:30 am 10:90 am
CHICAUO, MILWAUKEE ST. PAUL RAIL
way Racine & Southwestern Division Do
pot Twentieth street, between Fir.it and Second
avenge, ft. D. W. Holmes, agent.
TRAINS. Leave. Abbivk.
"- Mall and Express 7.0oTiI B:00m
. 8t. Ffcnl Expr.-es 8:60 pm 11:45 am
' Ft. & Accommodation ':45aa: oiltpo
ROCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DE
pot First avenne and Twentieth atreet. F.
H. Rockwell, Agent.
TRAJNb. Leavs lABnivx.
Fast MhII Kxpret-s BT05 am 7:C5 pm
Jtxprcss 2:90 pm 1:25 pm
Cable Accommodation 9:10 un 3:00 pm
" " 4-n0om' B:0s m
MCMT DntitOT RODTB TO THK
ast, .South asd Southeast
ft ::fi am
l4i : H I am
11 15 ml
3 :S7 pm
4 :Xi pm
4 :."& Jim
. Rock Island.,
Price, villa ...
10 MH! pm
Ar. Rock Island..
. . i 10 :10 am; 3:50 pm
:-o pm' 7 :U5 pm
. Accommod-uior. trains leave Ro.-k Island at
6 :00 a. m. and 6 30 p. m ; arrive at Peoria 8 :50 p .
m. nnd 1 :15 a. m. Leave Peojia 6:00 a. m. and
7:15 p. m; arrive Rock Island 4:30 p. m. and 1:35
All train" r in daily excerpt Sunday.
All passenger trains arrive and depart Cnion
Fre Chair caron Fast Express between Rock
Is ond and Peoria, both directions.
Through tickets to all points ; baggage checked
through ti destination.
: Aceom, Accom.
Lt. fiT-k Nlaad ! (t.ln. am 4.00 pm
Arr. U.-ytulds 1 10 3ii am 5.06 pm
" CaVe 11.00am 5.40pm
. Ac-om. Accfim.
Lv. Oible 8.20 am 1S.S0 pm
Ar. Reynolds 7 00 am- 1.45 pm
R'tck Island 7.55 am 8.00 pm
H. 8. SIJDLOW, HTOCrtHOUsK.'.
Sipertntendenl. S ;i.l Tkt. Ageij
tUMCQUAWTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY CF THIS COUNTRY WILL 0BTW
UUCH V! JABLE INF0RUaTKH FROM A STUDY CF THIS WAP OF Wt
rrn DnnV Tnlonrl 0. Tlnm'fln Tin
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The Elrcrt Rnate to a:id from Oilcago, Jollet, Ottawa.
Peoria, La S:i!le, Mnllne, Rook Island. In ILLINOIS;
Dmrnpor, luscatln, Ottmoiva, Oakaloosa, Des
Mdlnes, Winterert, Audubon, Harlan and Council
ISSuffs, In IOWA; Minneapolis and St. Paul, in MIN
NESOTA; Watertoirn and Sioux Falls, in DAKOTA .
Cameron, St. Joseph and Kansas City, In MISSOURI,
Omnha, Lincoln, Falrbury and Nelson, in NEBRASKA;
Atchiaon, Leavenworth, Hortoi:, Tnpeka, Hutchinson!
Wichita, iKUevllls, Abilene, Dodge City, Caldwell, in
KANSAS; Kingfisher, El Reno ar.d illnco. In INDIAN
TERRITORY; Denver, Colorwlo Springs and Pueblo,
in COLOItA DO. T'lvervs now areas of rich farming
and grazing lands, affording the best facilities of inler
coiuuiunicalioD to all towns and cities ast and west,
northwest and southwest of Chicago and to PacMc and
VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS
Leading all compel lo-s In splendor of eqiilpmont
between CHICAGO and DF.3 MOINES, COUNCIL
ELrFKS and OMAHA, and between CHICAGO ard
DtNVEI;, COLORADO SI'RINGS and PUEBLO via
KANSAS CITY and TOl'EKA and via ST. JOT.'riT
First-Claai Day Coaches, FI'.EE RECLINING CHAIli
CAItf, and Palace Sleepers, with Dining Car Hervire.
Close onnnctiona at Denver and Colcrado Springs wlib
diverging railway lines, now forming the new and
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTE
Over v;hlch superbly-equipped trains run daii'
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to and from Sail
Lake City. Cgdcn and San F-wieco. TnE P.OCK
ISLAND is also tho Direct nr.a Favorite Line to and
from l.anllou. Pike's Peak and all other sanitary and
scenic resorts andcltiea and nilnlng jistricu In Colorado,
DAILY FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
From St. Joseph and Kansas city to and from all Im
portant towns, cities and section-; In Southern Nebraska,
JCansar and the Indian T;iri:ory Also via ALBERT
LEA ROUTE fr'.m Ksnses City and Chicago to Water
MVn, Sioux lalls. MINNEAPOLIS and 81. PAUL,
sonnecKang for all points north and northwest between
be lakes and the Pacific Coast.
For Tickets, Maps, Folders, or desired Information-
poly to any Coupon Ticket Offioa in the United Statsr
t Canada, or address
S. ST. JOHN. JOHN SEBASTIAN,
ODce Corner Fifteenth street and Third Ae
Succeeds the Moline Savings i-atg. Organised 1B!
5 PrCE!ET. ISTEBIST .AID ON DEPOSITS.
Organ! led Barer State Laws.
Opea from 9 a. m. to 8 o m., and Wednesday and
Saturday Bights froni7 to 8pm
Poster Skiwwbk, - - President
H. A. AmswOBTH, - - Vice-President
J.F. Obmeswat, - Cashier
Porter Skinner, W. W. Wells.
O. A. Rose, 'i . A. Ainsworth.
O. H. Edwards, W. H. Adams.
Andrew Frlberjr, F. nemenway,
llira p Darling.
Western Invest liients
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for private jtartien in the eanien
eiot of th; west by the
Orchard State Bank
of ORCHARD, NEBRASKA .
E. W. Dart, Tresitent.
J. S. DaRT-Oashii-r.
Mitchell t Lyndo, R inkers.
J. F. Robinson, Casl ier Kojk tljnd National
C. O. Carter, M. D.
Henry Dart's Jkrns, Wholesale i?rocers.
i. i U '- v: ' ' ;.
l(epreotils. -niorii )t!ior t'.ao-tritii ani ei
Ittosns Firi insar".::c : Cam-iaiiies he founding:
Koyal lot arance Cot ipany, o! Kn-!'.:: !.
Wesc'nnster Fire Ins. r-ociia:i oi N. v.
Pn2alo German Ins Co., iiuilalo. .
I orhevter Germ.in I :. Co.. Kochcs-rcr. N T
(Uticens lr.. Co., ol P. Us -ir: v. P? .
snu Fire Office. Lot ion.
Union Ir.s. Co., of c lUf.-n :. a.
ecarity I"s. C-"1.. w il ivd.i. Ct..
Hliwaakee Xctat.' Oi., Ni'.w.ir.kee.Wit
Serman Fire Ins. Co., of ('tor:, 111,
OrHcc Cor. ISth S:. , and Secom Ave.
n.iOK TST..VND. ILL.
HAYES & CLEAVELAND
Representing over 40 Million Dollars
of Cash ftpfiets.
Fire, Life, Tornado.
Bonds of Sure'.yship
OFFUJE Romil. Vitche'l ,Lyn.le's block
Rock Island, Ills.
SSSecure our rati s ; they will intcres you.
J. M. BUFORD,
The old Firo and Time tried Companies t
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rates as low as any -eliable company can. afford
i'oar Patronage is solicited.
Uoomil in Mitel el! A Lyntfv'sncw blocs..
DR. J. E, HAWTHGRKE,
Teeth extract -d without pn:n by the new
No 1716 Second aenne. over Kroll Moth's.
Mltchel! & Lynde's El(.:k, Rooms 28-81.
ATTOHNEYAT LAW-Offlce in Mitchell 4
Lynde's new block.
J ACES ON & HCST,
ATTOR1TSYS AT LAW, Office In Rock ieia d
National Bank ce ni'.dinB, Rock Island, tli.
SWEENSr & WALKER,
k TTORNEY8 AT D COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Offlce in Bengsb r.'a hlook. Rock Island, HI.
MtEMJBF & McESIUr,
TTORNBY'S AT LAW Loan money or, two
H secBrity, make collections, Rcforence.Mllcb
ell Lyndo. banke -g. Offlne In Posto.Dce block.
S. W. OBELL,
TTORNE Y AT LAW Formerly of Port Byron,
a and daring the -ast two years with the firm of
Jrowning A Entrikan at Moline. has now opened
in office in the Amdtorinm boiidlog. room 5. at
C. J. SEABI.E. 8. W. SB ABLE.
SEARJK 6c SEARLE.
I TTORNEtS and CeonseUon at Law rand So
fltoralnCkan.ierTj onto Btfrrdl , block,
The rosebud falters nt llie Iwlliixim door
For one emull inoiiiciit, shriukin, she'd re
tire; Fain leave the scenes which fur the nonce in
spire More dread than longing. Even co-.v t!ie floor.
Smooth and as slippery as the virgin ice.
Swims like a sun before her (la..k-u mze.
What sees she to atfrigbl? 1 nib paradise
Has been lier hope, her dream, these many
One moment more 6l:e wavers, but the hand
And voice of cunpi-ron in reprimand
Encourage. So, boldly plMiv-iincr in.
She joins the Ki-neral cay ni.d happy din.
Sweet bud. the trlo'.v f ple.isure's exercise
Exalts her beauty in our ravished eyes.
J. V. Schwartz in Kate Field's Washington.
One of the most aggravating thiti-s to a
;rson of rocsi sense is the rpethrxl which
people employ in dealing with flies.
are useful scavengers, and if tlipv wnnlil
limit their inroads to places where they are
needed they would do good service. Un
fortunately, however, when they once come
in force they often pervade t lie most cleanly
homes. One of the most successful meth
ods in dealing with flies is to hang up some
herb or plant which is offensive to them
and not offensive to the ve.-'idents of tue
Sweet clover, which grows plentifully by
the roadside and has a faint, p isantodor,
unobjectionable toany one not alllieted with
hay fever, has the reputation of being ab
horred by flies. A few sprays of this plant
hung in the parlor, or a cluster of the
sweet, white, tassel-like heads as a bouquet
on the center table, will do more work in
ridding the room of flies than a dozen fly
traps. There is considerable doubt whether any
trap which contains molasses, sugar or any
such material docs not draw iu more l!ies
than it kills, besides being a disgusting
and uncleanly way of meeting this uui
sance. Ohio Farmer.
A l aded Itunch of Violets.
''I know a mother out iu ti;:- v-t end
who has many hoiisehoUl treasures,"' savs
a S't. Louis i:ii!iisiei-. "but above ail lu r
silver and china slie cherishes must a liitle
picture frame, not mere than four inches
Mtinre, which contains a faded bunch of
violetswiih a dead Marguerite and a white
bow of ribhjii fi.r a ceiiU-rpiecc.
"it is an insignificant bit of fin ni: ure,
but it represents to la r one of the most
hallowed mem.'.ries. Many years ago a
beautiful baby Mas 1;-:i to her. and alter
a few years of joy and v ia-hine it passed
away. As il iay in its tiny coilin, witii its
blue eyes wide open and the sunshine of
an autumn day gilding its already golden
hair, somebody placed in its waxen lingers
a bunch of sweet violets, with a Marguer
ite and a bow of white ribbon, llefoiv tho
funeral day the flowers drooped and faded,
and t he mother took them and put then in
a lilt ie frame.
''Probably it wouldn't signify much to
you and me, but no man will undertake to
say how much love and hope and ambit iou
lie among those faded flowers."' St. Louis
ressirnism of the Day.
I suppose that the philosophical attitudes
which we call optimism and pessimism are
generally less the result of mental convic
tion than of individual temperament. They
are moods, not systems. Life m itself is
iridescent with pleasure and pain to one
the richer hues, the lurking purples and
leaping crimsons alone are visible; another
is spiritually color blind, and can see only
the browns and drabs, the dusky shadows
and more somber depths of existence. Per
sonality is a selective force, choosing from
t lie vast mass of what is, by some subtle
magnetism, just those elements which arc
most akin to its own nature.
For all who attract pleasure life is a
triumph; for the rest a pilgrimage. This,
no (ion lit, has been a universal law, no less
true when the world seemed vanity to the
author of Kcclesiastes than it is now.
Yet it will hardly be denied that, for
whatever cause, pessimism is in an es
pecial degree characteristic of our own
time and our own stage of development.
Mone y Lenders in Europe.
The continental monts de piete had their
origin in the Italian mont i di pietn. large
numbers of which were founded in Italy
throughout the Sixteenth cent ury, aad the
objects of which were, iu the first instance,
essentially charitable, the avowed purpose
of the institution being to counteratt the
injurious effect of usury by lending money
on deposits at an almost infinitesimal rate
of interest. The Franciscan monks were
the first to lend money on goods, and iu Uil5
they were allowed by the pope to receive a.
moderate amount of interest; but in pro
cess of time the Italian mouti di picta be
came extensive banking corporations
which were occasionally plundered or half
ruined by forced loans exacted by tyran
nical princes, and sometimes brought to
entire collapse by injudicious financial
speculations. London Telegraph.
Dr. Dolliuger on Tobacco.
Driven into an inn by a shower in one of
his walks, the late Dr. Dollinger, of Ger
many, was greatly annoyed by the conduct
of some young men, who swore at the
weather, smoked and called impatiently
"Tobacco and alcohol are demoniacal
powers:." said Dollinger, half In jest and
half in earnest. "Smokers are barbarians.
The eternal smoking of pipes and cigars by
our forefathers doubtless helped to bring
about the short sight which has now be
come hereditary in Germany. Tobacco
smoking is the ruin of society and of chival
rous conduct toward women."
We imagine from the looks of the women
who are iu society t hat. it must be a great
ditiil easier to'stay at home and scrub than
it is to wear tight dresses to afternoon
teas and say polite things and laugh at
foolish jokes. Atchison (ilobe.
Just as the monks of the Roman church
in Europe devoted intention to making in
struments for measuring time, so the
Ituddhist llamas, at an earlier period, were
similarly engaged in their silent retreats.
The largest sum ever paid for a dog was
that given by the late "Fritz" Emmet, the
actor, who paid $.1,0(10 for the largest St.
Bernard in the world. The dog's name
It is worth while to remember that there
are other qualities that an employer val
ues more than the tactless and independ
ent self assertion that is commonly known
One English football club is said to pay
$20,0e0 a year in wages to its players, while
another team buys over a mile of bandages
In hot climates Roman soldiers wore
andals; in cold regions they were provided
with excellent leather shoe.
l'opulation .r tho Indinn Kmplre.
The population of the Indian empire has
risen within the memory of the present
generation from C-J0,000,000 to 2S1,0(X),000; it
has been increasing at the rate of 2,500,000
annually, and is now rising at the rate of
3,000,000. If no l:iri,-e famines occur it will
considerably exceed UOO,000,000 at the end
of the century now drawing to a close.
Even in the event of decimation from these
causes there wil! be an excess over the
300,000,000. This augmentation is coinci
dent with a t;t-owtU in means and resources
of livelihood and in material prosperity of
all kinds. The exportation of all food
grains in vast quantities continues. Mil
A Highly Prized
An amusing anecdote is related
Archduke Joseph of Austria. Whne
inK in nis park heencounU red an old
related of the
ing in his pari
i trrmwn in full rilirsnit. nf n i.riiftnr. rhanti-
I , m. . i. i i. . a . i i
cleer. The archduke joined the chase,
captured the cock and handed it over to
the. old man, who promptly expressed his
gratitude by presenting him with a twenty
kreutzer piece. The archduke will prize
this tribute f;s much as the late Sir John
Holker prized the sixpence given him by a
rural elector whom he showed over the
house of commons, and who mistook him
for an attendant. Xew York Tribune.
A Millioii Friends-
A lnend iu utul is a fnend indeed and
not less than one million people have
found jis'. such a fiieud in Dr. King's
Now Discovery for Consumption, Couehs
and Colds. If you have Diver used this
great cough medicine, or.e tiial will con
vince you that it has wonderful uraiive
powers in all di(.ease9fcf throat, chest and
lungs. Ench bottle is gtihranteed do
all that is claimed or money will be re
funded. Trial bottles free at llaris &
Bahnsen's drug store. Large bottles 50c
and 1. 00.
We desire to say to our citiz-ns, thnt
frr years we bave been silling Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, Dr.
King's X'.w Life Pills, Buckien's Arnica
Saive and Electric Bitters, acd have nev
er bandied remedies tail sell as well, or
thut have g-veo such universal satis'NC-t-iori
We do not hesi t le to guarantee
ibe;: t-vcry lime and wo atm d ready to
refuel tin; purchase price, if suth-fietory
results do r.ol follow their ure. These
tetr.i dies have won their crc-it -"Hilarity
purely ou their merits, llirlz & 15-ihn-tcn
w JiLfi 6 AHN "a i .'. .VE
Vbc boet salve in tLc woric". for cm,
tHi;sf-s. serfs, uii-crs. es.'.. r'iiar,-".. tTi;
, Uitcr, chapped hanus, chiib2iia.
c. rs :i-J all akin eruptions and vosi
tlv: '5 cvree piles, or rsopsy requu'-i'.. It
is ,c:aTr :oed to give porfrct sa lis f.ic :'.!
o.- Ji.-:rey ?of.:iiii. Prior- S5 r.ii j.r
b r'or sale hv Hart? & K-bnwr.
lack of Exa-cise.
Is one of the prime causes of headache
in the winter. Persons accustomed to
the pure fresh air during ihe plessant
months are subject to this terrible an
noyance at this time of the year. A
boon is ofJired in Kratise's headache cap
su!es, which is guaranteed to cure any
kind of a headache no matter what the
cause. Headache caused by overindul
gence in food or drink late at night, can
be prevented by taKirg one capsule be
fore retiring anrl one ir the morning.
One minute's time otten makes a great
difference a one minute remedy fot
Bronchiv.s, choking up of the throat,
lungs, etc , of course 19 a great blessing
Cuheh Cough Cure is such a remedy.
Cubcb Couch Cure One Minute.
.T.-o- W. Rowen, of Des Mo-nes, Iowa
while snow bourd at Carroll, Iowa,
through exposure ccntracted a stvtre
cold. After several useless trials of var
ious remedies he purchased a bottle of
Cubeb Cough Cure, and says the cure
was macical, and after taking two 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 hurs a night
for months, who after uBing only one
bottle, was well and happy.
To Too t ave
Neuralgia, Lame Back. Pain in the Side.
Pore Throat, Sprainp, Soreness of the
ChestT Then have it no more but use
Krause's German Oil.
Cubeb Couch Cure One Minute
When Ttaby was sick, we gave ncr I'astoria,
When rfio was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she liecame Miss, she clung to Castoria,
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves
the bowels each day.Most people need
to use il.
ChikJren Cry for
Tor beauty, forcomfo ? for .improve
ment of the complexion ise only Poz
zoni's Powder: herc. is oo'i.ino equal to.
Cfr'tsdreiY Cry for
Cotishirrg leads to consumption.
Ketcp'8 liaLsarr. will t top the couch it
many women suffer f-era Excessive or
Scant Menstruation; they don't know
who to confide m to pet proper cd vice
Don confide in anybody but try
Suocific ior PAINFUL, PROFUSE.
SCAVf, SLPPKESSEO aid IRREGULAR
I Be ok
So "WOMAN" mailid free.
BRADFIEl.D ?1ii:t.ATCH CO., Atlanta. Ca.
THE MOLINE WAGON,
Manulacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A full and complete line of Platform and other Spring Wagons, especially aaaritea to the
Western trade, ef superior workmanship and finlth Illnmaied Price List free on
il lication. Bee the HOIIN'S WAGON before purchasing.
of Caicaso, the well known and uce-fal speci.-illn !n ChroaiedifeMcs nt lfease? of the
Ey: Eir, by rciuest i f ma friends ar.d raticnis'lia? dcciJcJ to rt-v-.-it
Rock Island, Friday forcno jh, Jan- I3t'n, at the Rock.IsIp.nd House.
Moline, Keator House, afternoon of same day.
Can!ta.:oa aa i (Siainuiw fr.-. tiel cmiMivr.ial i l tin p .rl r it thi'li i: ! frj u Ml.
t"l.'r.i. ONE DAY ONLY.
Surgcon-in-Chief Inter-St.T.e Association of Expert Specialists is
most skillful praUioncr in Chronic and Nervous Diseases
Graduating with distinction f rem the University of Michigan, he tork up the study o!
diseases of the Eye and liar and the so-called obstinate and incurable Chronic Diseases,
ievoting many years of study p.n.l research in some of the best hospitals and colleges of
ie world. He is not to be classed with the ordinary traveling doctor who too often is
not even a graduate oi a rcpu'.gblc Medical College, in addition to a lrge home prac
tice he visits a few of the "mp "rtar.t cities cf Illinois and brings his grctt skill and expe
rience to those who couid net well withstand the expense, fatigue, apprehension, and ex
citement of visiting a large city. Thousands die or become confirmed ivaIids,fromtfce
ir,ck of skilled and expert medical and surgical treatment.
NerVOUS DijeaseS N'crvc usees, Xcrvovs
Debility, Impaired Memoi y, Mental Anxi
ety. Absence of Will Po'ver, Melancholy,
Weak liack, etc., etc.. arising oftentimes
rom indiscretions or from organic disease
n other organs. From neglect or -mproper
treatment thce diseases often end in Mel
ancholia Insanity or Suicide.
Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis and Hay
fver are all cuiablc. The treatment oi
riay Fever must be begun three months at
.east before the expected attack. Catarrh,
hat terrible disease, which often leads to
deafness. Ringing in the Ears, Asthma,
Consumption, and diseases cf 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
'.he indiscretions of youth treated with abso
lute certainty of cure.
BRING SAMPLE URINE
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 pal
tent will be honestly informed.
Cases and Correspondence strictly confidential and treatment sent by mail or express,
but personal consultation preferred. Send stamp lor question lists. Address
OR. . H. DEYOE. 789 Warren Ave., Chicago.
Opera ILEEo o.sso Saloon
GEORGE SCHllliK, Proprietor.
lXil Second Avenue, Corner of Sixteenth stit - Opposite Haj;er'i Theatre.
Fhe choicest Wine. Liquors. Beer and Cigars always on Hand
Tree I.aach Evcrs Day
CHilS. 15 AN WAG HER,
I'roprietororof the Brady treet
Ad klnis of Cnt Flowers
re ii o-:?ee-
. t. w "mr" wt? iw le 1-t'n'.
I d I ".Mir.i'v. . ul l
Is Rock island by Harts & Bahntcn Jrt Ave. and 20tb treet
Wagon Co -
acknowledged to be the
in this country.
Diseases of Rectum, Tiles, Fissures
Fistula, and Ulcers cured permanently with
out pain, knife, cautery, or detention from
Epilepsy, Catalepsy, Etc., cured by a
worderlul new discovery.
Skin Diseases, Eczema. Fsoriais, Pityria
sis, Lichen" etc., etc,, treated successfully.
Diseases of the Stomach, Liver, ani
Diseases of Women positively cured if
taken in time before the nervous system ij
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 Ail oper
ations necessary done without any pain and
without the use of anaesthetics.
FOR FREE EXAMINATION.
Kandwicbcs Farnlsbei! ;n Short Notice.
1803 Second Avenue.
constantly on hand,
wi -ii Brad-.- Mresr- 0-ivo-i-irr.'
uthful erriMd, or txcw
(rtimiiiAfit hlfliniin ia lnftm.ii i.nunrr.&
P oonv nionl i
t mrrt in Tsst nik,ur isi arnicl'
St . '1'
Bold by Bam Bannem.