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the AllGUS, THUBSDAX, JANUAliY 5,
THE TRAYELEKS' GUIDE.
flHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND A PACIFIC KAlV
O way Depot wniei rVfthavenne and Tfc'r.y
tat Street. Prank H. Plommer, ai-ent.
BmbilH Rfnffft A If Inneso- I
U Day Express (! 11:05 am 4:41 am
SaasasCitv Day Express...! iO:87pmt 6:30 am
Washington Express S;iW pm S :U pm
fbnnciiBluffB A Minneso-1 '
te trnn I , 7:40 am T:5 pm
Caula and Denver Vestl-I
bole Express J 44 am t:M am
Kin oity Limited 4:48 amll ;10 pm
Btnart-Rock Island Kxpreai 5 :40 pm) : 0 am
Pally. tQoingeast. iuuingwfi.
BURLINGTON ROOTS-C, B. ft Q. RAIL
way Depot First avenne and Sixteenth si.
I! TRAINS. tun, twin.
1 K. Lotus Kxpreaa 8:40 am 0:40 am
' ., A. Lotm Kxpreaa. .......... T :87 pm 7 :S7 pm
.'-,. St. Paul Express 8:45 pm 7:55 am
r Beardittown Passenger 8:56 pra 10:S5am
'f. Way Feel irht ( M onmonth ) . . . 8 HX) am 1:50pm
', - Sterling! Passensrer 7:56am 6:40pm
ani Panl Express 5:tti am 8:45 pm
y , Starting Freight 11:20 am 10:80 a-n
' ; AplHlCAGO. MIL.WATJKKS A ST. PAUL RAIL-
i w way Racine A Southwestern Division De-
j. ot Twentieth street, between First and Second
j ! srvenne, B. D. W. Holmes, agent.
,1 ' TRAINS. it""
! ;pi Hail and Kxpreaa 7:00 il 9:00pio
; '3 . Paul Kxprwss 8:50 pm ll:4am
1 J t. A Accommodation tAixa. 6:l0pni
j 'i TJOOK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DS
. , 3 AV pot First avenoa and Twentieth atreet. F.
I - . Rockwell, Agent.
TRAINS. Lbavb Iakmtb.
I ' at MallUxprues 8:l5am 7:r5pm
'I f Xxpreas 2:50 pm! 1:25 pm
' i able Accommodation 9:10am 8:00 pm
, 'j Jl " 4-00pm S:tf am
MOST DtBKCT EOUTE TO TVtH
ast, South and Southeast.
Fatt M'l. Express
'.Rock Island B:0am 8:30 pm
r.Orion 8:45 am S:04om
Cambridge 9:0-, am 3:27 pm
(Jolra 9 :HS am 8 :57 pm
Wyomine 10:11am 4:33pm
?rlEC:Yille 10:30am 4:55pm
Peoria '11:15 8m 6:40 pm
Kloomlngton. i 1:15 pm 9:15 pm
Springfield I 8:40pm 10:90pm
Jacksonville i 4-OC pm 18-05 n't
Decatnr 3:50 pm 10:00 pm
Danville 1 8:50pm 19:10am
Indianapolis 6:55 pin 8:35 am
Terre Haute ,7:10 pm 10:00 am
Bvaosville ! 1:20am 7:S5am
Bt.Louis .. 7:S0pm 7:40am
Cincinnati 11:00pm 7.10 n't
Lv. Peoria... ,10:10 ami 8:50 pm
As. Rock Island j 1 :85 pm! 7:05pm
AccummodAtlor. trains leave Rork Is'and at
840a. m. and 6 20 p. m; arrive at Peoria 8:50 p.
m.and 1:1B a. ra. Leave Peojla 8:00 a. m. and
7:15 p. m; arrive Rock Inland 4:00 p. m. and 1 :93
All train rm dally except Sunday.
All pise -gor trains arrive and depart Union
Free Cialr eiron Fast E rpres between Rock
Wood an 1 Ceria, both directions.
Tbrouga rteket 10 all points; baggage Checked
W. Rtz UlmS . i 9.1f)am 4.00 pm
An. R??n '.d 10.au am 5.05 pra
" Otbi ' 11.00 nm 5.40 pm
Lv. Canla e.2l am 19.f0 pm
Ar. Reynold-) 7.0-.) an. 1.45 pm
" Roc' Ulaml 7.5S ai 3,00 pro
H. 1). SUO'jOW, ... iTDOKBOUsi
Siirin:enient. - Oil;'! Tt. A3- j
UMTtDWITH THE 0C0GRAFHY CFTH1S COmiTRTWIll C3TJI
W VM 0ABLE mFOHUATKMI FB0U A STUDY OF THIS f P CF Wf
III JIIIJMISUiS, "I I r. --, -L,-i-a
The rfrrct Ho-ite to a. id from Chlcap), Jol'ct, r.::wa,
reuria. La S:ilie, Woliae, Kxk Ii.land, In ILLINOIS;
CTuwrt, Muwatine, Ot;uuiwc, fjskp.lr-csa. Da
Stnlnes. IVinKrset, Audubon, lifurl.w ntid Crwrxil
StnSb. In IOWA; allnncapolis and St. Paul, In K"
SISOTA; V.alerlown and Sioux Fallt, In DAKOTA;
Cameron, St. Joseph and Kanras Clly, in MISSOURI
Smnha, Lincoln, Fairbury and Nelson, in NEBRASKA:
Atcblfon, Leavenworth, UortoK, Topeka, Ilutchliifou.
Wichita, Belleville, Ablltne, iHxlge City, Caldwell, r
XANoAM; KlngBsher, El Reno and Jtlnco, In IICIJIAX
5ERRITOEY; Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo,
sa COLORADO. Tn-.-erscs new areas of rich farming
and grazing laada, affording the best facilities of inter
tomnmnfcation to all towns and dues tat and west
aorthwest and southwest of Chicago and to .Vac 13c and
VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS
tading all competitors In splendor of equipment
attween CHICAGO and DE8 MOINES, COUNCIL
JIXFFS and OMAHA, and between CHICAGO and
TJENVEB, COLORADO SPRINGS and PUEBLO vis
KANSAS CTTT and TOPEKA and via ST. JOSEPH.
Tint-Class Day Coaches, FREE RECLINING CHAIR
AK3. and Palace Sleepers, with Dining Car Servica
Ckss connections at Denver and Colorado Springs with
Svergkng railway lines, now forming the new and
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTE
Over '-'hlch snperbly-aqoipped trains ran dally
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to and from Salt
lake City, Ogden and Ban Fnclsco. THE ROCK
?LAND as abm the Direct ana FavoriU Line to and
wm lianltoo. Pike's Peak and all other sanitary and
senic rosorts and cities and mining districts In Colorado,
DAILY FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
"rem St Joseph and Eansas City to and from all lm
srtact tewns. ritler and sections in Southern Nebraska,
Zanav and the Ini.on Territory. Also via ALBERT
Ea SOCTE from Kanass City and Chicago to Water,
wa, Sioox Falls, MINNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL,
wsbectlaRg for all points north and northwest between
he htkn and the Pacific Coast
For Tickets Haps, Folders, or desired Information
ply to any Coupon Ticket Office In the United States
v Canals, or address
3. ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN,
erXusif-, Gssl Tkt s Pass. Azl.
THE MOLIN1. ,
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
Molls e, m.
Olfica Corner Fifteenth street and Third Ave.
Snccei-ds the Moline Savlnes l bck. organised 1859
5 WEST. MEREST .AID OS DEPOSITS.
Organised ander State Laws.
Open from I a. ra. to I - a., and Wednesday and
Saturday Bights rYoni7 to 8pm
Pobtbb SxnrKXR, - - President
H. A. Aikswortb, - Vice-President
J. P. I KaxawAT, ... cashier
Porter Skinner. W.W.Wells.
C. A. Rose, H . A. Ainsworth.
O. H. Edwards, W. H. Adams.
At drew Friberjf, ". F. Hsmcnway,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
mide for private parties In the garden
spot of the west by the
Orchard State Bank
of ORCHARD, NEBRASKA .
E. W. Dart, President.
J. S. Dart Cnshn-r.
& Lynde. Bankers.
J. F. Robinson, Caticr Ko.'k Inland! National
O. O. Carter, M. D.
Henvy Dart's Sons, Wholesale Orocers.
A. 0. HUESiNG.
KfcP7t "cntf . anions othnr time-tried sna .
known Firelnsnrar.ee Companies betollow.tK'
Royal Insnrancc Company, of Btigland.
Wesclsester Fire Ins. Company of X. V.
P.nCa o German Ir..Co., BnSalo, N. Y.
Rc-ch- ster Germfn In. Co., Rar.hcsr.r. s .
Citiieis Inn. Co., of PittsnrRh. Pa
fnioi Ins. Co., of California.
Socnr ty Int. Co.. New E:ivo, Cntir .
Mllweakee Mechanics Ins. Oi., M-lwankce. K i
Scrm tn Fire Ins. Co.,of Peoria. Ill,
OfSr e Cor, 18th St., ani Second Ave
HAYES & CIXAVELAND
Ret resenting over 40 Million DolUra
of Caub assets.
Fira, Life, Tornado.
Bancs of Suretyship.
OPFli'E RoimSl. Hitche.1 A Lyndc's block
K-wk Island, Ills.
t3a?"S cure oar ratas; they ttl intorcs yon.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
Hoe old Fire and Time-tried Companies
Lorsss Promutlv Paid.
Rates as low as any reliable eomoany can affnro
Vonr Patronage U solicited.
R. Mi PEflRCE.
Boom S3 In Mitchell Lyndc's new block.
DP.. J, E, HAWTHORNE,
Teeth extracted without puin by the t.c
No 17;6 Second avenue, over Krell A Matli's.
K.tche! & Ljnde'g Block. Rooms 2-El
ATTOR NEY AT LAW OfBcej in Mitchell A
Lynde new block.
JACKSOS & HCKST,
k TTOR SETS AT LAW. Offlce in Rock lala d
aaational Bank BnUdlng. Bok Island, UJ.
D. SWBWIT. C. L. WiMIli.
SWEESEI & WALKER,
A TTORriKYB AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
a Ogee in Bengston's block. Boot Island, K'..
JIcEMRY & ScESIRr,
TTOKiKY'S AT LAW Loan money on good
P securi y.makocollections. Reference. Mltcb
ellA Lyn 1c. bankers. Offloein Postomca block.
S. W. ODELI
TTORICEY AT LAW-Formerly of Port Byron.
3. and dt rins the past two years with the firm of
Jrowninc A Entrikcn at Moliue, has now opened
ui office Lithe Auditorium building, room 5, at
C. J. Si abxs. 8. w. ggABi,,.
3EARLE cfc SEARLE,
I TTOR!IErSand CoanseUors atLiwfand So
.lllciton In Chanoery; offlce Boford's 'block.
WALK WHILE ASLEEP
MANIFESTATIONS AND CAUSE8 OF
Some neeent Cases Described by Medical
Authorities Bow the Sufferers Slay
Be Cared Dr. Hammond's Curious
Experience with m Tonne; Lady.
"There are more cases of somnnmbulism
among the poor of Europe t hnn there are
among; Americans," said Dr. Graeme M.
Ilammond to a News reporter in discusiing
the recent death of John Fitzgerald, tvho
died from the effects of a fall from a sec
ond story window, due to walking in his
"In America," the doctor continued,
"many of the sufferers from somnam
bulism are children who are troubled with
indigestion, and are of nervons tendencies.
Among adults somnambulism is not a
common thing unless accompanied by epi
lepsy. Some epileptics will get up regu
larly in the night in their sleep and p-r-form
different acts unconsciously, but in
normal health somnambulism is cf rare
occurrence. Nervous, hysterical women
are more likely to become somnambulists
than males. Many persons will get up in
the night and move an article from one
part of the room to another, but long
tramps in nightshirts through city streets
are extremely rare."
Dr. Hammond added that most cases of
somnambulism were caused by gastric or
intestinal irritation, especially in child
hood, and when the irritation had been re
moved the somnambulism disappeared.
The doctor has an epileptic patient who
rises in his sleep two or three nights in the
week and unlocks the door of his room,
which has a snap lock. The noise always
awakens him, and he returns to his bed.
He has done this hundreds of times, but
has never gone outside of his door while
asleep. As his epilepsy improves he will
b? cured of somnambulism.
An interesting case of somnambulism
was that of a young lady of this city who
was treated r.ot lr.r.g ago by Dr. William
A. Hammond, and on whom he made a
number of important experiments. This
young lady, who possessed great personal
attractions, had lost her mother by death
from cholera in the west. Several other
members of the family suffered from the
disease, and she alone escaped, although
almost worn onf with fatigue, excitement
and grief. After moving to New York she
began to talk and then move in her sleep,
and her father called in Dr. Hammond one
evening to observe her while she was in
that condition. About midnight thenurse
notified tliem that the young lady had
ristn from her bed and was about to dress
herself. They met her in the tipper hall,
partly dressed, walking very slowly, her
head elevated, her eyes open, her lips un
closed and her hands hanging loosely by
Ti e doctor and the father stood aside to
1-t her pass, and without noticing them
the descended the stairs to the parlor.
Then she took n match which she had
brought with her. struck a light on the
mantelpiece and lit the gas. She threw
herself in an armchair and looked intently
at a portrait of her mother hanging over
the mantel. While in this position Dr.
Hammond carefully examined her counte
nance and performed a number of experi
ments to ascertain the condition of the
senses as to activity. Phe was much paler
than usual, and her wide open eyes did not
wink when the hand was brought suddenly
in close proximity to them. While she
was awe.ke the muscles of her fave were
almost constantly in net ion, but now were
Dr. Hammond held a large Iiook between
her eyes and the picture she was apparently
looking at so t lint she could not possibly
see the latter, but she continued to gaze in
the same direction s if no obstacle was
interposed. Then the doctor made several
motions as if about to strike her in the
face, but she made no attempt to ward off
the blows, nor did she give the slightest
sign that she saw his actions. lie touched
the corner of each eye with r. lead pencil,
but she did not clcsc ber eyelids, and he
lwcame perfectly sat isfied that she did not
see at least with her eyes.
Then Dr. Ilammond' In hi n lighted sul
phur match under the young lady's nose,
so that she could not, avoid inhaling the
gas which escaped, but she sliowed no irri
tation, and cologne and other perfumes
and smelling salts made no obvious im
pression on her olfactory nerves. Then
through her partly open mouth he intro
duced a piece of bread soaked in lemon
juice, but she evidently failed to perceive
the sour taste, and another piece of bread
saturated with a solution of quinine was
ineffectual. The two pieces of bread re
mained in her mouth a minute, and were
then chewed and swallowed.
The young lady now began to pare the
floor in an agitated manner, wringing her
hands na.l sobbing violently, and "loud
noises made close to her cars failed to in
terrupt her. Scratching the back of her
hand with a pin, puliing her hair and
pinching her face appeared to excite no
sensation. Then Dr. Hammond pulled off
her slippers nnd tickled the soles of her
feet, and while she at once drew them
away no laughter was produced. This ex
periment was repeated several times, al
ways with the same result, showing that
her spinal cord was awake. The doctor
awakened her by taking her head between
his bands and shaking it. She looked
around her tor an iusiantasif trying to
comprehend her situation and then burst
into a fit of hysterical sobbing. On re
covering herself she had no recollection of
anything that had occurred, or of having
had a dream of any kind.
A gentlemen of a very nervous tempera
ment informed Dr. Hammond that on ono
occasion he dreamed that his place of busi
ness was on fire. He dressed himself in
his sleep, and walked a distance of over a
mile to his store. There he was aroused
by the private watchman, who stopped
A large number ol somnambulists act as
though they saw in rooms which are per
fectly dark. A lady in this city often
walks in her sleep and performs many som
nambulic act in entire darkness. On one
occasion she went in a dark closet, and
after opening a trunk sorted out in sepa
rate piles, without making a mistake, the
stockings, handkerchiefs, etc., which had
been thrown into it. There was no possi
bility of her being assisted by light suffi
cient for ordinary eyesight. New York
Fairs- Stories Not Injurious.
There are ignorant nursery maids ca
pable of embitu-riug any infancy by their
manner of introducing hobgoblins to it;
but so long a;s there is mother love in the
world there will be mothers v.-i.-e and elo
quent enough to act as the guides and in
terpreters of childhood in its excursions
Into Fairyland, and children who will re
joice to their latest day in the goodly
heritage they possess in the realm which
Is ruled by an aristocracy of Red Riding
Hood and her peers. Atlantic Monthly.
Bow to tee me Ileshy.
Dr. Miles' Nervine not only cures all
nervous diseases, headache, blues, , ner
vous prostration, sleeplessness, n uialgla,
St. Vitus dsnce. fit? and hysteria, but also
builds ap the body. "I am pleased to
j sh that after years of intense suffering
wn nervous disease, neaaacoc anu prua
iratiun. I tried Dr. Miles' Restorative
NeiviDP, and in two weeks esiued eight
poui.ds in weight. I could not lie down
o sleep, bur. now sleep perfectly easy,
and m still improving wonderfully.
Cannot stv enough for the nervine.
Mbs L B. Millard. Dunkirk, N. T."
"One customer used Nervine and gained
fift.en pounds in flesh. Brown & MAf-
fiCRY, Cortland, N. Y." Trial bottles and
' , . I . - T T C T" 1
eiegant doob tree at nti z a, nsuneeu a
Admitted the Facts.
Newsp-iper editors have to be very
. careful in opening thtir columns for state
men's But aware tb-.t the Dr. Miles
Medvel Cc re responsible, we make
r".om fur the following 6iia onial from
' It. 5U:D UL'Hli, Aul uru, Ind , whofor two
years ro ic s stoppage or skipping of
the nu'se bi 1. ft side to', so tender he
cntil 1 no- lie on it, his heart fluttered, he
wis ni'iin-rt. t-nt t t t! ilerent doctors,
loud no relief, but ( Dfc tiO'.lie of Dr.
' ViVs' .Mi a- Hc;ri Core cured him. The
j e '.esprit hook, ' NtR ar.d Startling Facts,"
.... en. T . i.
lic-i- hi tisrtz s liitinf-ens. it tens an
about heart and nervous dieesses and
many wonderful cures.
Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills.
Act on a new principle regulating the
liver, stomach and bowels through tbe
nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles'
Pills speedily cure billiousnees, bad taste,
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Un
equalled for men, women, children.
Smallest, mildest, surest 1 50 do?es 25
cents. fcimo:es free at Hartz x Bahn
Outdoor Exercise Is Also Essential.
The Medical Record is responsible for
t the theory that to keep the complexion and
j spirits good, to preserve grace, strength
and ability of motion there is no gymnasi
um so valuable, no exercise more beneficial
( than sweeping, dusting, making beds,
; washing dishes and polishing brass and
I Surprise to All.
Atttr usinr; "Mothers Friend' two
months ( wa so speedily and easily re
lieved that it was a surprise to those Bt
tending me. "Mother's Friend"undoubt
ly lessees the pains, shortens the time
and restores the mother speedily to
heahh. Will recommend it to all ex
pectant rrothers, and advise them to use
it. Mrs. J. B. R , Muncie, Ind.
BradAeld's Female Regulator
nas won, on merit alone, a widespread
and enduring imputation. Ilisacrm
bication of vegetable agents, the fTJttilt
o' the e xperionce of one who made the
diseases of women a lifelong study
Taken according to directions the organs
awake to new life and energy, leaving
toe woman free from p&m at tbese per
iods, soldbv llartz fc Babnsen.
When Baby was sick, we pave ner castoria.
When die was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves
tho bowels escb dy.Most people need
to use i.
ChiicZren Cry for
For beauty, for comfo for improve
mi nt of the complexion ise oiily Foz
zoni's Powder: .here twr'aini; equal to.
Children Cry for
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will etop the coneh at
many women suffer from Excessive or
Scant Menstruation; they don't know
who to confide in to get proper cdvice.
Don' coabdc in anybody but try
a Soectfia tt-r PAINFUL, PROFUSE.
SCANTY, SUPPRESSED and IRREGULAR
I Beok to " WOMAN " mailed free.
I BRADFiELD REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta, Ca
rt awtljl ... .11 h
Sold bv Hartz & Bahnsen.
Edward LHambati. Clark H.Butobd.
OAM MATT & BUFORD.
ARCHITECT?, Rock Island, 111. Office-Room
41, Mitchell & Lynde bnilding.
GEO. P. STATJDTJHAR.
Plats and snperintendetiee for all class ol
rt.Kmie 5S and 58, Mitchell A Lynde bnilding
The desires a rood bnMness position i-i the World's
lr city should write at on-o forlTwpectus of the
nous Metropolitan Business Ollec?. Chlrairii.
J years Occupies Its own eni.-!.. A'!'!r-w
ABSOLUTELY CT7RES. GstTFiEfiT
Tlx simpk swUntioa f - Swim's Onmnn- wlum
sr nl br nil tor M cwTf Bmm.ii !iIi2rS5
tsTAWiwA So., FlUaMptla, raTL.
To assist in enlivening the
Holiday Season, tbe Publishers of
have concluded to inaugurate .
America the latest English fashion-
THE MISSING WORD CONTE
These amusing contests are now quite tbe rage in London, smi eli
oi one oi mem in wnicu zn.uuu persons participated as each pt'ic,r
tributed a shilling entrance fee, tbe amount divided amocg tbose ho
missing word was large.
The total $53 5C0 was divided among 114 persons, so e&f-h tf
these got almost $470.
HERE ARE THE TERMS OF THE G0NTM
Each person who wifhes to tiy to snpnly the mifsine: word in the raraCTir.h ,w .
follow, must cntont the -MISSING WORD COUPON"' from Frank Lis ieVwUkir !
and address, and the missing word plainly written in the proper blank space. .er 7
efnee of the Dnbhshers. toethrwlt i tv.nti.ll rnt. in ' 'ati:
WORICONTEST l" ' enTelop5 eEcIcics the c jupon and entrance fcj thon! 1 be'wnr.
The total oj the entrance fee be devlded equally amoiia thotc who io-h
missing word. -'mt..j(
This coupon will be r.rinted every week In Frank Leslie's Weekly cn'il tV c p
The result of the contest will be annonnced in the lsne of February l;h
No corjtei-tants will be permitted to enter after noon of February 1st.
There has been some doubt ss to whetheror not the pro oed con'ept waert-..
law. So that there conld be no doubt on the subject the poet-office auth iHM'- hav C :i
The Assistant Attomev General for the Post-Offloe Departnvn'saisthat if tie vV
a word has been omraitted be token trom a well-known book to be found tn ji'.T,', s.
there could be no obj ciijns We therefore chansjj tha paragraph, and !' ..!''
writer well-known to every reader of English lit-rature. " ' 1 -:
THIS IS THE PARAGRAPH:
"He knew, besides, that his powerful friends, who wcu: 1
interceded for him had his offence been merely burnine a hou
or kiliing a neighbor, would not plead or stand by him in so r:-if
a concern as the slaughter of this wretched "
All who rave sent In the misMne word of the former t are prat h are iiiiir,j .
trial without paying another entrance fte, or at thtir option to withdraw iLtir i, ;rn
COTnTlGti tOrS may make as many attempts as they choose,
r but each attempt must be made on a coupon
taken from FRANK LESLIE'S WEEKLY, r nr
and accompanied by the entrance. ' '"tD
"Frank Leslie's Weekly" is for sale by
of Chica, tha well knovn and succes'ful specialist !n Chriaie diseases ni ;ea-
7- zzi Ear. by reqaest of many friends and paticnts'has decile; tc r--.:
Rock Island, Friday forenoon, Jan. 13th, at the Rocksland He
J.Ioline, Keator House, afternoon of sama day.
C?a'.tation an! eiaoi'nttin free and coolie v.itl in the pir'.irs rtjt'njn : ! 'mi t
tolJra. OSS DAT ONLY.
Surgeon-in-Chicf Inter-State Association of Expert Specialists is acknowledged tc
iuusi, Kiiiiui jiracnoner in nronic ana Nervous Diseases in this country,
Graduating with distinction from the University cf Michigan, he took up thtf
diseases of the Eye and Ear and tbe so-called obstinate and incurable Chronic IV
ievoting many years of study and research in some of the best hospitals and ca.:
he world. He is not to be classed with the ordinary traveling doctor, ho too ;
not even a graduate of a reputable Medical College, in addition to a large heir,:
uce he visits a few of the important cities of Illinois and brings his great skill a
nence to those who could not well withstand the exnense. fatieue. aoorehension, i
sitemcnt of visiting a large city. Thousands die or become confirmed invalids f; l
.acfc. oi stiiica ana expert medical ar.d surgical treatment.
Nervous Diseases Nervousness, Nervocs
Debility, Impaired Memory, Mental Anxi
ty. Absence of Will Power, Melancholy,
Weak Back, etc., etc., arising oftentimes
:rom indiscretions or from organic disease
J other organs. From neglect or improper
traument these diseases often end in Mel
ancholia Insanity or Suicide.
Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis and Hay
fever are all curable. The treatment of
riay Fever must be begun three months at
least before the expected attack. Catarrh,
:hat terrible disease, which often leads to
deafness. Ringing in the Ears, Asthma,
Consumption, and diseases of the Stomach,
lured by the litest 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.
Diseases of Rectum, Piles, 'f
Fistula, and Ulcers cured permanent-.;
out pain, knif;, cautery, cr dc:er.uc
Epilepsy, Catalepsy, Etc., tsw
wonderful nctr discovery.
Riftn nispasps F..-iema Psoriai?. F
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sis, Lichen, etc., etc,, treated succe-
Diseases of ibs Stomach, i
Diseases cf Women positive!? re
taken in time before the nervous s?
shattered. Delay and improper trca;c
the cause of so many unhappy rest
this class of cases.
Diseases of the Heart and B'ood-
larcr tnairritv rtf n-ra!led Heart
Diseases of the Eve and Ear-
ations necessary done without an? pa:'-
witnout tbe use of anaesthetics.
BRING SAMPLE URINE FOR FREE EXAMINATION.
Wonderful Cures Perfected in cases which have been neglected or unskillful!)' H
i.w cApcTimems or i auures. Alter examination, if a case is found incuraDie, u
tent will be honestly informed.
Cases and Correspondence stria!? confidential and treatment sent bymai'otyft
tunsuitation preierred. Send stamp lor question lists. Address t
OR, E. H. DEYOE. 789 Warren Ave.,Cbicr
Proprietororof the Brady street
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Ad kiads of Cat Flowers constsutlv on hand,
breeu Housea- Flower Store-
One block north of Central psrk, the largest In Iowa. 304 Brady street, Pat"!1
SfcTfi 1 yTTTJ7wf'l-',",
Opera X3Co ase Saloo
GEORGE SCHAFER, Proprietor.
liOl Second Avenue, Corner of Sixteenth Street, - Opposite Harper's Toesw-
The choicest Wine, Liquors, Beer and Cigars always on Hf
free Lstack Every Day . . tttadwiches Famished on Short K