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THE A11GD8, MONDAY. JANUAKY 23.' 1833.
STATE SAVINGS BANE.
kwCarnwr FWteealh .trwe w Third Ave.
tOtfe Holtne BavtnM t ana. Oitjaala MS
nwcm nnusi .& m biposits.
Organised a.der Stat. Law.
tfrnT f- a. m. to a., and Wednesday aid
n naiiTiT - President
aa. av Amawoevra. - Tle-Piio'
JmY. EaamawaT, - - Caenier
TSatev Skinner. W. W. Welle,
S. A. Bcse, A. Alnsworth,
. H. Bdwards, W. H. Adame.
Andrew Knbere;, f E". Haraenway.
&EAL ESTATE LOANS
Male tor private parties in the srarden
apot of the west by the
chard State Bank
f ORCHARD, NEBRASKA .
X W. Bart, President.
J. S. Dart Cashier.
UWthell & Lvnde. Banker.
J.a. Reaiawn, Caabier Hozk Island National
. C. Carter, M . I.
ffrny Dan's Sons, Wholesale Grocers.
ATJOHSKV AT LAVT-Offlce in Mitchell A
Itjrade'r new blocs..
JAIKNON & II UK ST,
ATTVBMKY8 AT LAW. Office in Rock Islanc
-ttonal Bank BaildinK.RockIsland.nl.
. swana-ar o. L. wttKiB
SWKESEI & WALKER,
fTTORSKYS AND COTTNSBLLORS AT LAW
'lOSce In Bengston's block. Rock Island, HI.
J'WOJTvET'e AT LAW Loan money on ccnk
wurijy, make collections, Reference, Hitch.
HB Lynde. bankers. Ofloetn PoHtofflc. bioci
S. Vf. ODELL,
jj TTORNKT AT LAW Formerly of Port Byron.
3 and daring lb- past two years with the firm of
aaranme A Entriken at Moline, has now opened
aa ("Sree Im tfce .vadltorinm building, room 5, at
1 J. SlaRLS. S. W. 8EABLI.
SEARLE & SEARLE.
TTOw."BtS ani Conn'ellors ar Law and 80
.lfciwwln Chancery; oSce Btfords block,
. M. PEARCE.
aanmSlin Mitchell ALvnde'snew block.
DR. J, E. HAWTHORNE,
Tenth extracted without para by the new
Ma Kit Second avenue, ever Krell Math's.
mt BICXEL & SCHOEMAKEB
aCeaeH & Ly tide's Block, Rooms 39-81
Hollowbnsh, M, D, Geo, E, Barth, M. D.
Bi3S. BARTH & HOLLO WBUSH.
"Pf5TI0lAN AND tfURGRONS,
- iflee 403 23 'd st. Telephone 10TO
Mesldvnce 73121st St. " 1188
5Jtorth Dr. ilollowbnsh
to ins. m. I 10 to 12 a. m,
DR. CHAS. M. ROBINSON
Ifo Ear, Nose and Throat
Oee McCuilough Building, 1M W. 8d St.
. DAVENPORT, IA.
unstst to 11 arc: 1 to 4 cm.
J-T. Mtks, M. D. Gio. W. Whcbxc,;M. D.
ISHS. MYERS & WHEELER,
"?7?rT or Wema
i.o aver Krell & atatha. Telephone 1148.
w 12 a. -1 IgtoToa m
aed7t.p. m 1 1 to S and 7 to n, m
k telephone IX. Ret, telephone, ntO.
mmam L. Habmatj. (Xabk h. Boni.
HA -1 MATT & BUFORD,
AJBHiriECrfl, Rook Island, in Offlce Room
, Mlicbell Lynda boilding.
GEO. P. STAUDUHAR.
ftica and superintendence for alKclaas oX
am SS and 55, Miu hell Lynde building
TAB B RLrTATOB
Jcnadway, Cor. Prince St.. New York City.
fctfittei ind erovatd nnd: r new miaigement,
aaia Karopenn p a.
Kona rau-s St a day and npward.
Xaatevirant cqnal to tbe beft in tbe city at mod
street ran from all R. H. stations and steam
Sea and ferry landirgKpass the door.
UILDKBTU A ALLEN, Prop's.
Sstete of Rebecca Walsh, Deceased.
Th. nnderslgTied havti been appointed eie
eator of 'he last will at d testament of Rebecca
Walh, late of the com XT of hock Islmd,
of Illinois, deceased, hr 'by give notice thm a -will
appear before the eo anty coart of Koek Island
coanty, at the office of the clerk of said conrt. ia
theeityof Rock island, at the Mnrch term on
the first Monday in Ma-ch next, at which time
all persons having clalmt ava nst said estate are
notified and req'ie ted to attend, for the purpose
of having the same a:)ated. All persons in
debted to said estate are requested to make im
mediate payment to the andrrsiimed.
Dated ibis lth day of Joeember, A. D. lriP2,
WILLIAM B. PETT1TT,
Estate of Joseph Rinnan, deceased.
1 Theondersipned havirgDeen appointed execn.
nor of the last will aa I testament of Joseph
Rinnan, late at the onnty of Rock Island,
itate ot Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice
that he will appear bef re the county conrt of
Rock Island coanty, at tie office of the clerk of
said court, in th city of Rock Island, at the
March term, on the firs: Monday in March next,
it which time all persois hiving claims against
said estate are notided nnd requested to attend
for the purpose of havh g the same adjusted. All
persona indebted to said estate are requested to
main immediate payment to the nnderslaned.
Dated this 1st dy of ovemher, A. D. 1894.
J. S. M TTHEWS, Eiecntor.
E-tate of Dennis Warren. Decease.
The undersigned having been appointed a imin
Istratcr of tr.e estate of Peonis Warren, late
of the connty of Rock island, state of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby gies i.otice that he will
appear before the county conrt of Ro k Island
connty, at the office t-fth clerk of said court, in
the city of Rock Island, at tbe March term, on
the first Monday in March next, at which lime
all pers ns havineclaimt against said estate are
notified and requested to tttend, for the purpose
of having the same adjnsted.
All p isons indebted to said estate are reques
ted to ma-.e immediate payment to the under
signed l'ated this 7th day of January, A. D. 1S93.
FlllLE.ON L. MITta&LL. Administrator.
Jotice to contractors.
Seiled pmpoals will le received at the city
clerk's office. Rock Island. 111., until Feb. 6, 1893.
H . Am ,1 fir n-.L .. . L ; .
- f . .v. wurnmum me improveuients
ordered by an ordinance of said city, entitled
- ' 1 1 ' iug impnivemeni 01 t wen
tieth street fro tht sontli line of Ninth avenue
to the north lne of EiihteenJh avenne," passed
Aneust8, I8f; i-0 an ordinance for the im
provement of Eighteenth -met, from the sooth
line of Third avenne to lhe notth ln or
Seventh ave ue, passed January 5th, IsM;
also "An ordinance for the improvement
or fourth avtnne from the west line of Firt
BT r. t ia Ik. .... 1 ; . m . . , .
j V " 1 nuo ui Aweuiietn street
and from the east line of T vei.ty-third street to the
.. w, , ncm.j-iviirni "ireei, anqui i wemv-
fOnrlil Rtr.tf. tm... the a ,n - K ll . . T.
...... v.- ... -u Ilul- ul 1Uiru avenue
,h(ln',r,h. llne of Fifth avenne." passed Jan.
j. .nu i u ui-nui,- iDemaieriai ft' a aomi
tlif work according to the lans and specifications
n fi e at the city clerk's o ' ce.
Bla' k bids will re turni hed on application,
bids mn-t be sepnrate for er.ch improvement
check in the turn of $oi)0, avihle to t ie onler of
- -' 1 - . niu 1 1 y , vuii.-d snau necome tor
feited tosalo eity in ca-e the bidder chail fail to
P n f' T tntl .iinl ru i . uri.U - . 1 :
. . v vu,.,., n,iU iifvcn r-urvues vi exe
ente the work for the prici met tinned in bis bid.
.mu.i iii pian ana specincilions Ir
'he event that the contract saould be awarded to
The riirht to reject anv and all bids or pro
posals is hereby expressly reserved by sa d city
Rock imnd. 111., Ja nury. 17. 1893.
STATE OF ILLINOIS. 1
Rock Island C'ocktt. t
In the county conrt of said connty to the Decern
J. R. Johns :on, admini Jtritor to the osate of
Ronaiis Hartnael, decea;- !. v Tho. Campbell,
Amelia ko r ThPAHnM J.. ...vaI n- u...
nagel, and Edwin Uartnacel
Amiaavu or non-residenc e of the pa d Amelia
Koher Theodore Hartna 1, Win. Uartna. and
bdwin IlHrtnairel hiving b hD tiled :n the office of
lh0 Clftf k ttt HMIfi iillntir jt W ..
, . " wun, IIULILU 'B Ucicuy
given to the eaid Amelia Koher, 'ihos. Camp-
DM I ; U m Uaww rt n,U . l . w-w . ,
nagfl, de eaeed that tbe -aid J. R. Johnttm.
" " ","-'4 'iicconic ui nocaiia tianna2 i.
iirrPflHaari fl'Art in sKa o o . - - . . v .-. . v
" -" iu v mii. iy con n n tnex-i'a
day of jtecember, A D. 1 a, hie petition making
Iho-. campbeil, Wm. Hitrtnairel, and Edwin
UaitnaL'1. (lifnH.Ttta anH triai i
onbeise-uedontof aid our aca nstthe above n m
fli aiafi-TiHnf d un.nk.. A m . . . ...
l m of i county c-mrt to be held at the court
h n-e in siid e nnty on tbe firrt Monday of Feb
ruary A. I). mt is by iaw require.:, and which
au'tie still pending.
" jw i ma ml vi wnri on me uni
day of the M rch term thcr ;of to be held at the
rnnrt hrtnan in thu itv n .j
- -u vr .rvev isisui, in nsiii
conntv and tUte on the first Monday of March A.
' aiau, c r- w 1 1 UI UVUIUr tO IQC peti
tion there in fil.-d the aami will be taken as
wains, you ara jaagmeni therein
agalr.Ptyoa entered accordingly.
iyiru .ujb io.n, uay in OA iuary, A. V. 1;3.
IIJALMAR KOHL iv Clerk.
McEn rt fccEsiRT oilcitors.
By virtne of a specia exe ution and fee bill No.
W67, lasnedontof the clerk 8 office of the circuit
court ot R ok Island count, ai:d state of Illinois
ana to me aireciea, wcercny i am commanded to
make the amount of a certain Indcment rfrnntlv
obtained avainst L. Crosby, in favor of G. W.
McMnrnev.ont of the lands, tenements, goods and
chattels of the said defendant, L. t ro-bv I
nave ieviea upon tne rolloiring property, to-wit:
Lots Fonr (. Five () Six 6.) Seven (",)
Fiehti8.)in block Twentr-nine ftfl.i in Water
town County of J-.ock llai c at d State of Illinois.
Tnererore, according tosa d command I shallcx
pose forsaleatpnblic anctk n all the riirht. title
and interest of the above named, L. Crosby,
in and tothe above described property, on Wednes
day, the 15th day of February, 1H8, at 8 o'clo k
i. m , at tne nortn aoor or tne court house
hi the city of Rock Island, n the county of Rock
Inland and state of Illinois, for cash in band, to
satisfy said execntion and f e bill.
Dated at Rock Island this 21sl day cf January.
A. D. 1898.
C. D. GORDON,
Sheriff of Rock IsUnd County, Illinois.
LABOR, TIME, MONET
Use it your own way.
It is the beat Soap made
For ashing Machine use.
WARHOCX & ftAlSTGK,
fITio desires a ttntvl baMBewl ptn n the x?n- ri
yr city Al-mld write at on for 1-rospi "is tr
ftiosualfarllltleaforplaeinRf nduat.''"' -"'.iii.i,
.ears Occnpfea its owe N!'-:i..jr ' -. .
NOT SO CREAT AFTER ALL.
Th Sanal! Boy Waa Grtevoaaly Dlaaa
. , . JNlntd In Gavarnor riorrer. . . .
' A child's conception of human great
ness is oflen very curious. The
standard by which children gauge
fame would sometimes cause us to
smile were their thoughts only voiced.
An amusing story is told at the ex
pense of Governor Flower, says the
Brooklyn Eagle. The governor is a
great man, and, like great men in
general, likes children. A Watertown
friend of the governor's has a Utile
boy, about 5 years of age, who has had
a great longing to meet his excellency.
He had beard a great deal about gov
ernors in general and Governor Flower
in particular, and no one knows what
extravagant notions he had got into
his head concerning him. This sum
mer the little fellow was gratified in
his great desire and with his fRtlier
one day called on tbe chief executive
of this state. After a few common
place remarks had been passed the
father said: "Governor, I have a lit
tle boy who has always had a great
desire to meet you." Then, calling
the little fellow over to him, he said:
"Willie, this is Governor Flower.whom
you have heard so much about. Won't
you shake hands with him?"
Willie sized the governor up, then
looked suspiciously at his father.
"Are you a really t rue governor?" he
"Yes, my little fellow," s:iM the one
addressed, with his best Sunday smile,
"I am governor of the slate of New
The boy eyed him critically from
head to foot." Then he blurted "out:
"Umph! And you ain't much of a
governor cither, are you?"
A story fully equalling this is told
about General Grant. Wc believe this
anecdote to be entirely i:cw. The
general who was also very fond of
children, was introduced tn a little tot
of 4 years. The little ;irl ;azed at the
great general with wonderment. Al
most incredulous that such an honor
was her's, she asked:
"Are you the General Grant that
fought in the battles?"
"Yes, I was in a good many battles,"
said (rant much amused.
Another long and wondering g-aze
and then came the modest request:
"Let's hear you holler!"
The Great Wall of China.
The scenery from the Great Wall is
very fine. The wall is here a dividing
line between the high, rugged bills of
China, which tower above us on the
one hand, and the great sandy plaias
of Mongolia on the other, with dim
mountain-summits beyond in the far
distance. Over these barren, rocky
spjirs and acclivities, ascending to
their very summits, winding about in
irregular curves and zigzags, its ser
ried battlements clear-cut against the
sky on the topmost ridges, descending
into dark gullies to appear again ris
ing on the other side, the endless line
of massive stone and brick runs on
and on until lost to sight behind the
farthest range. And so it goes for
miles and miles, eastward to the Fcch
ili Gulf, and westward, mostly in two
great, rambliug lines, along" the bor
der of the Gobi Desert and Kansu, un
til it ends among the foot-hills of the
Nan Shan range. However we may
regtwd it. whether as a grand concep
tion for the defense of an empire, as
an engineering feat, or merely as a re
sult of the persistent application of
human labor, it is a stupendous work.
No achievement of the present time
compares with it in magnitude.
But it has outlived its usefulness.
The powerful Tatar and Mongol
hordes, whose sudden raids and inva
sions it was built to resist, are no
more to be feared. The great Geng
his and Kublai could not lead their
people to gory conquest now as they
did centuries ago. Tbe Chinese civil
ization has endured, while the once
conquering Mongols, the people who
in their brightest days established an
empire from the Black Sea to the
China coast, and a court at Peking of
such luxury and splendor as Marco
Polo described, are now doomed to
pass away, leaving nothing behind
them but the traditions, ana records,
and ruins of a brilliant past. The
wall stands as a sharp line of division
between the tribes of the north and
the Chinese. The latter, though re
peatedly subdued, and forced to bear
a foreign yoke, have shown an irre
pressible vitality to rise like a phenix,
and to reassert their supremacy and
the superiority of their civilization.
One Kin1 of Saving.
A thrifty woman had joined one of
those co-operative saving societies,
whose earthly function is to protect its
patrons against extortionate prices by
securing to them a reduction of 10 per
cent at the stores belonging to the
combination, says the Detroit Free
IVesS. She was enthusiastic over the
opportunities for economy the scheme
presented and her husband was rather
disposed to be skeptical on the subject.
At the close of the first week she had
talk with him.
"You don't believe in the society?"
be said, tentatively.
"Not altogether," he confessed.
"Well, whether you do or not, I've
saved f 10 this week; over 1.50 a day
for six days."
"How?" he inquired.
"By nsing my tickets, of course. T
bought f 100 worth of things and only
paid 90 for them."
"Ah," he saiil. beginning to figure.
"Yes, I did, and next week I'll save
$25, or over $4 a day," and she was
more enthusiastic than ever.
"No yon won't, my dear," he said
emphatically. "Yon are altogether
too economical. This business of
spending $225 to save $25 won't work.
You throw that ticket in the fire and
begin to retrench and reform in some
other direction, please," and she be
gan to cry.
The way in which young women
rush into matrimony, says the Boston
Courier, with men concerning whom
they know nothing is one of the most
shocking features of American life and
it is time that there was a strong and
if possible a systematic effort made to
bring about a different state of affairs.
Among tbe thousands of testimonials
of cares by Dr. Miles New Heart Cuie,
ia that of Nathan Alliaontv a well-known
citisen of Glen Rook. Pa , who for .ears
had ' shortness of breath, sleeplessness,
pain in left side, shoulders, smothering
spells, etc.; one bottle of Dr. Miles' New
Heart Cure and one box of Nerve and
Liver Pdis. curtd h m Peter Jsquet
Salem, N J , is another witntss, who for
twenty tears suffered with heart disease,
was pronounced incurable by pbjEicians,
death stared bim in tbe face, could not
lie down for fear of smothering to death
Immediately af'.er nsing the New Cure
he felt better and could lie down and
sleep all nisht, and is now a well man.
The New Cure is sold, also fiee book, by
Harts & Bahnsen.
A Great Benefactor
"Educators are certutDly the greatest
tx m factors of tbe race, and after reading
D . Franklin Miirs' popular wcrks can
not help declaring him to be amoDg the
most entprtair injj and edact.ting authors.
Ntw Y'rk Da'ly Ue is rot a stranger
to uur na jers, as tii advtriuerxects sp
Va"io our e-d.-imns n every Issue calling
Ht'tn ion to l hi- fhet that h in elegant,
work on N rvovis ' Heart Disrates is
distiib'jtcl fr!H by our enterprising drug
tinti. ll.,r'z & ilstmutn. Trial bottles cf
Dr. Miles' N.rvine are given away; also
book of testimonials showing that it is
unequaled for nervous prostration, head
ache, poor memory, dizziness, sleepless.
ness, neuralgia, byBteria, fits, epilepsy.
M lei Seiva and Liver Fill.
Act on a new principle regulating the
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Pills speedily cure billionsnecs, bad taste,
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Smallest, mildest, surest! 60 doses 25
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A Kemarlcnblo Suppliire.
Among the crown jewels is a magnificent
sapphire representing a female figure en
veloped in drapery. The stone represents
two tints, a circumstance of which the
artist has skillfully taken advantage to
make the woman dark and the drapery
light. The most remarkable of this kind
is an engraved sapphire represent ing a pro
file cf a young Hercules executed by
Chelus. It is in the Strozzi cabinet at
Rome. Jewelers' Review.
Worth Hundreds of Dollars.
My wife used only two bottle of
"Mother's Friend" before her third con
fiuement. Says she would not be with
out it for hundreds of dollars. Had not
half as much trouble as before. Dock
Milks, Lincoln Parish, La Sold by
11 are & Bahnsen
Woman has been compelled to suffer,
not only her 11!b, but those arising
from a want of knowledge on tbe part of
those with whoaa she stands connected.
In the mansions of the rreh and hovels of
he poor, woman has bee alike the pa
tieot victim of ills unknown to man. But
now the hour of her redemption Las
cotae. Bradfield's Temale Regulator
cDrea all diseases peculiar to her sex.
Soli by Hartz & Bahnsen.
When Baby was sick, we gave her eastorla.
When die was a Chad, she cried for Castoria
When she became Miss, she clung to Cbstoria.
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 it.
Children Cry for
For beauty, tot comfo for improve
roent of the complexion nse only Pox
roni's Powder; 'here a ing equal to.
Childrer. Cry for
Coughing leads to consumption
Kemp's Buloam will stop the cnigh at
many women Buffer f-cm ,-....
! Scant Menstruation: thev dnn'i
who to confide In to get proper cdvtce.
uon connae in anybody but try
a specific for PAINFUL. PROFUSE,
SCANTY, SUPPRESSED and IRREGULAR
I Book to WOMAN " mailed free.
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ii e r y
B OUI C p "TO ITIVI t-rr
AWLV VISOR m1 tK olw l itjmt
J IT A IITY known. A M rvIO(J l I f? .o-
r.r 4w f r r.A tw m r- -
of Chicago, the well knoa-a andnectffal specialist :n Chronieduease. ad iseaet of
Zy- ti Ear. by request of many friends and patients'bas decides to re-rr.t
Rock Island, Friday forenocn, Feb. 10th, at the Rock Island Hou
Moline, Keator House, afternoon of same day,
Sjns.ltation anl etatn'.natl jn free and cinlisntHl la ths pvlra at the hotel frou ,
tol3n OSE DAT ONLY.
most skillful practi.
Graduating with distinction from the
Z Iff E
..- j . ..ii. i auu - i "in. i. s7-voiii.u vj i 1 1 1 1 u 1 1. txit' i i7i.uiiiJitr -liriJniC Utav,
ievcting many years of study and research in some of the best hospitals and collem d
tit world. He is not to be classed with the ordinary traveling doctor, w ho too oftttr.
not even a graduate of a reputable Medical College. In addition to a large home pra
tice he visits a few of the important cities of Illinois and brings his great skill and ex.
rience to those who could not well withstand the expense, fatigue, apprehension, and at
eitement of visiting a large city. Thousands die or become confirmed invalids from flu
.ack of skilled and expert medical and surgical treatment.
NerV0U8 Diseases Nervousness, KervoL's
Debility, Impaired Memory, Mental Anxi
ety, Absence of Will Power, Melancholy,
Weak Back, etc., etc., arising oftentimes
trom indiscretions or from organic disease
in other organs. From neglect or improper
ireaiment these diseases olten end in Mel
ancholia Insanity or Suicide.
Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis an it Hay
fever are all curable. The treatm;nt of
riay Fever must be begun three months at
least before the expected attack. Catarkh,
that terrible disease, which often leads to
deafness. Ringing in the Ears, Asthma,
Consumption, and diseases of the Stomach,
:ured by the latest and most improved
methods of medical science
Kidney and Bladder Diseases, Strictures,
Varicocele, Hydrocele, Syphilis, etc, etc.,
and all the terrible disorders consequent on
the indiscretions of youth treated with abso
lute certainty of cure.
BRING SAMPLE URINE FOR FREE EXAMINATION.
Wonderful Cures Perfected in cases which have been neglected or unskillfuilytrciiti
No experiments or failures. After examination, if a case is found incurable,' the pa
tent will be honestly informed.
Ca8e8 and Correspondence strict! confidential and treatment sent by mail or express,
tut personal consultation preferred. Send stair.p Jor question lists. Address
DR E H. DEYOE- 789 Warren Ave., Chicago.
Phaetons, Surries, Buggies, Spring and Farm Wagons.
ft will p3y you to call aod get our Low Prices
Fac'o-y anl Ware rooms on 16th street between let ard Sd ave. .
Retail Trade especially solicited.
J- Mt CHRISTY,
GEORGE SCHAJFER, Proprietor.
ISO! Second Avenne, Corner of Sixteenth Street, - Opposite Harrer's Theatre.
The choicest Wine. Liquors.
Free Laach Every Day
tew cvaraitre to
-arose aao avTBB nana.
ae by mai! 6 Uw
or rattnd tAtmcw
Fo-er.Ic In Rock island by Hartitfc Bahnsen Jd Ave. undSUth tiee
,e Asscciation of Expert Specialists is acknovc ledgcd to
.ner in Chronic and Nervous Diseases in this country.
University of Michigan, he look up the sxtfy 4
Diseases cf Rectum. P
T7 I .ITT, ,
r lbiuia, ana j icers curea permanently with
out pain, knife, cautery, or dtleMion Iran
Epilepsy, Catalepsy, Etc., cured tr ,
wondertul new discoveiy.
Skin Diseases, Eczema, Psoriais, Phyr;
sis, Lichen, etc., etc,, treated successfully.
Di3?ascs of the Stomach, Lira,
Diseases of Women positively cured a
taken in time before the nervous system j
shattered. Delay and improper treatment
the cause of so many unhappy results it
this class of cases.
Diseases of the Heart and Blood-Tn
large majority of so-called Heart Disease
Diseases of the Eye and Ear A ii oper
ations necessary done without any pain ar.d
without the use of anaesthetics.
U.!Uf.CTMR OF CRACKER: 1ID s,
Ask Tonr Wrocer for Then.
They are rt
The Christy "Otsth" and Christy "Watxi-
Beer and Cigars always on Hand
- Sandwiches Furnished on Short Notice.
S wonderful rera"'
artl. with A VrT
enre all rcrvoua dlManM. nrh aa Weak Mem ry.
JjOKSoforHiii I'owi-r .l-'iUacbe. Watef ulnean, Ixwt Manhood. Nightlv KjniJ
alona. Nrvuu?no!s.,a..te.alidralna and lofta of power of the General!"
Omana In either aer rrn ' ovorwr exertion, youtliful errors, or exoe!'1
pae of tn.iaeoo. npii r" ' . atimiilants which aoon lead to Inflrmltr. ConoP
ttorl and tnaanltv. .:ntnnAnnri.iiiilitti rarrr In ,p,t tmbL ftli:rPn'
Wit every S i order e -ni - a ur- twmntn to
frpjii. e. X-lrraArmHc v .. f bleMii
Cirea. -ee. filres Aerreed