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T11E AKGtJS, FKIDAT. JANUARY 27, 18y3.
Kstnte of Joseph Rinnan, deceased.
The nniteraiimed bavinu oeen appointed execo
tor of the laet will and traunicut of doetph
Rinnan, late of the county of Hock, lnlar.d.
nata ol Illinois, deceased, hereby irivra notice
that he will appear before the coanty court of
hoek Island connty, at the office of the clerk of
id eoorl, in tne city 01 mock isiann, at li.e
Ikareh term, on the flrxt Monday In March next.
at which time all persons h iviug claims against
eid estate are noi mea ana reqnertea to aitenn
for the purpose of baviiy the same tdjosted. All
persons indebted to said estate are requested to
maxe immeaiate naymeni to tne onaerwurnea.
Dated this Ht dny of Novpmb.T, A. D.
J. S. MATTHEWS. E'ocntor.
jDU I N 1ST RAT'i B'S NOTIOE.
EM.ite of Dennis Warren. Peceiwct.
The undtx-igneu hiving been appointed a Imin-Is'rsta-
of trie estate of Uennls Warren, late
of the eonn'y of Kock islaud, state or Illi
nois, dreemed, hereby gl 'Cs i otico tnat he will
appear before the cuuntv conn of Kock Iftland
cotintv, lit ihi-office f the clerk of sMd coart, in
the i itjr of Hx Island, at tbe March term, on
the arm Monday in March next, at which time
II uers havineclaliik against "aid estate are
notified and reqaeetrd to attend, for the purpose
oi navin tne same aainote i.
All p isons indebted to said f stale are rcqnes
H to m e immediate payment to tbe uuder
signod 1 nu-4 this Tth day of January, A. I). 1P9S.
1-H.lLE.tiON L. MITCH ,Ll, Administrator.
Estate of Wit iam II. Morrow, Deceased.
Tbe undersigned having been a pointed admin
istrator of the estate -f Willis u II. M rrow, late
of Hit county of Kock Island, hi ,i of Illinois, de
ceased, hereby gives notice that he will appear
before the county court of Koc island coan
ty, at the office of tbe clerk of snh court. In
thecltv of K.ick Island, at the April term, on
the first Monday in April r.i, at which
tune all persons having claims a ti said es
tate are untitled and requested to attecc for Hie
purpose of having the same id Minted. All per
sons indebted to said estate are requested i.
mane i nmeriiate payment to the undersigned.
Dated this 21th dav o' Jv tiaty, A D. 1S.
W.H. N. MARTIN, ttlmmistra'.or.'l
JSj i XCH TO CONTRACTORS.
Ketled propo-nls will be received at the city
clerk's office, Kock Inland, III., until Feb. S. 18H3,
at ' p fo. i onstriic:ii e he improve neut
ordered by un ordinance of said city, entitled
i ordinance for the improvement of Tweo-Mi-th
s'.r.-et from th. "outh ill e of Ninth avenue
tn th -north I ne cf Eighteenth avenue," pushed
Aiisusi 8. IMS; al o sn ordinanc e for the im
Mv. ment f Eigiteenth greet, from the south
tine of Ttiird avenue to 'he n.- th 1 n of
Seven'h avenue, .a?srd Jannarv 5th, liM;
No "An ordinance for the " imiirovem-nt
of 'ourth av nue from the wct tine of Kir-t
street io the wtft line of Twc.tieth street
and from th- eil lineofTwei ty-tbird street to the
weot line of 'l'went.-fonr h treet, nndof Twenty
fourth stree- fro .j the s uth lln of Third avenue
tothenrth line of Fifth avenue," pa-ed .lan.
IS, 1S'J3 and for r nihil.g lie mater al a d doin
tli wo k according to t lie lans and specifications
n II eat thectty c'erit's ofllc?.
Bla k bids will e furni-hed on application.
Bids nu-t be sepirme f'-r i .: ch improvement
above specified, ane sreompanied wilb a certifled
Checa in the -um of fSfO, pynhle to trie order of
the trea-nr rof said citv, which shall become for
fe ted tosHin eity 'ii ess.- he b'duer shall fail to
enter nto contract with approv, d sureties ti exe
cute the ork for tne price m-r.tione i in h.s bid.
an-I arenrdtmr to the plan and spt-c:flc itions i
th" event that tbe contract s -ould be awarded to
The rinht to reject any and all bids or pro
posa's Is hereby expre-sly reserved hv sa;d city
Bock I-I .nd. III., January, 17. lfK.
state or Illinois,
1!ck Island C'ocxtt.
In the county court o' said county to the Decern
iirr .em, i. i. lwj.
J K. Johnson, administrator to the estate of
Kosaiia Martna,'el, deceas d vs Thos Campbell,
AmeiU K'er Theo-iore llarnagel, Wm. Hart
navei. and E win Har'nagei
Afflida ! of non-rcid' nee of the sa-d Amelia
Kxher. Th odwre llnrtiia 1. Wm. llartnagel. and
Kdwin lltrtxagel h iving be n died n the office of
the eie k i-f ?unl county court, notice s hereb
trien to ih-; s-ill rtmel a Koher, '. hos. Camp
f ei , Wm llartii'igel, Theodnre lilrti.ael. ai d
Edwin Martnasrel, neirsor the s:iid Ho-aliHart
nage. de eased that t o said J. K. lolinstun
adiLinisfitor f hees ate of ftosalla Hartnai; I.
oecea- d, II eil in the said com ty court "n the4'h
day of Dec t b"r, A n m-8, hip petition making
Ihe siid Tnecdore IIartna.' l. Erne! a ho- r,
1 ho-. I'ampbell, Wm. Ilartnairei, and Edwin
Ilsrtrng'-l, ''ele' d ntsand thtt summons thereu.
' onbels-uedoutof said ourt agn iisttheahove nam
ea teleiidin'. r tin liable on t e Brst diy of the
in of sa d cun;y c urt to he held at the wurl
'aon-e In s jd cotii.ty on the first Monday of Fcb
rn A I). W. - is by law r.quifid, and wh ch
M t is atil pei'tiii.fr.
Ji"W til--- you nppear n said court on the first
day o' the Mar it te- m thereof t b ne.d at the
coup house in th city of Kook I sland. in sid
coont and stHte on the first Mond.iy of March A.
6. and plead, a ser or demur to the peti
tt -n the-e in Al -d the limn will be taken as
eon'esret auai st you and judgment therein
ag-ilrstyou entered accortlmly.
Uited this 18 h. day ..f J n iary, A. D. 1S93.
U IA.M AR KOHL4K, Clerk.
McEh kt cKnibt .-oliclt-irs.
By virtue of a special execution and fee bill No.
ft47, issned out of the clerk's office of tbe circuit
court of Rock Island county, and state of Illinois,
and to me directed, whereby I am commanded to
make the amount of a certain judament recently
obtained aainst L. Croi-by, iu lav.ir of O W
Mo lurn-v.O'it of the lands. tenements, goods and
ohatt is of the said defendant, I. (ro-hv 1
have levied upon the following property, to-wit:
l.ot- - our 4. Five (:,) Six Seven (7.)
Ilg'it 8,1 In h:ock Twent.-n'ne (-.9.) Water
town Oi-nuty of l-ock I-lonil and lMe of 11 Inols.
Therefore, according tosaid command I shallex
pose for sale at public auction all tbe right, title
and interest of the aliove named. 1. Crosb,
in and totlie above de-cri bed property, on Wednes
daj.the lvh day of February, 1898, at 2 o'clo k
p. m , a the north door of the court honse
in tht eity of Roc Island, in the county of Rock
Island and state of Illinois, for cash in hand, to
satisfy said execution and f- e bill.
Dated at Rock Island tbls Slsi day . f January,
A. D. 1898.
Sheriff of Rock Island County, Illinois,
LABOR. TIME, MONET
Dae it yout own way.
It ib the beet Soap made
For VV ashing Machiue nse.
WARNOCK & RALSTON.
InwTf Persons HeiiOfcf
r Arvw Arfrttni ili. EW'Pn. ate.
lffPAi.LlBI.lt if taken m dirertetl. JV Fttt mflt
ArstUv t utt. 1tnte ftnd trial bottle tree to
Fit piieai . they pa fing xre cturr on twn wbea
rccrtv V 5?nd naroe. P. and xpnm addreu nt
aiAicted tar)rt.KLINHttr Arch 5t..FMldlnhi P
VICTORY OF A ViflLD DOa
Attacked )y Wolves Re Givea lCKp .rate
Battle and Finally Wins.
THE NEXT MOf NINO I FEEL BRIGHT AND
; Mew AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
' My doctor says It sets rently on the stomaeh. liver
and ktlne?fl. and h a pleasant laxative. This drink
Is made f mm herbs and Is prepared for nse as easily
as tea. It is called
All droirrtsts sell :tat tiif!. and 51.ro per rackage.
Buy one to day. Lime's Family Medieine moves
;n nnwrii eirb umv- Jruci to i-c u. aithy. ttus
jook's Cotton Root
A recent discovery by an old
pliystcian Successfully used
n ontbly by thousands of la
dies. Is the only perfectly
s-fe and reliable med'eine
discovered. Beware of , un
principled urnttiiists whi of
fer inferior medlci les in place of this. Ask for
Cook s Cottok Hoot Compodnd, take uo aubsti
tute, or inclose SI aid 8 ce.its in postage in letter.
and we will send, sealed, by retnrn mail Full
sealed particulars in plain envelope, to ladies
only, 8 stamps. A Idrcs
P)ND LILL CCVPANY,
No. S e'tsher Block, Detroi, Mich.
Sold in Kork Itda id by Marshall & Fishoi. Ps
per Hone, Hartz Haanscn. 8 Jth street and 3a
av ini rtrn "r evewhre
Ail Ctaiiic iJiseases
Successtul'.v, Treated Upon the
Latest Scientific Principles.
No ExperinientsSorTFalse Rprese:ata
tions. Consultation, Examlnatien
and Advice Free and Con
fidential. At Harper House Saturday,
Dr. Lyman T. WtUer. v. ho has snent many
months in Tii-itlng th labora ories of the preat
Kuropt ai scli ntists, will i it Kock Is and to
prreei Ihe patients wht-will call npnn him. Dr.
Walter is well k-own In this state and scciion.a"
be has trea cd i great many of our peop'e dnr;n:
nisv eit" In tbls vicin ty. He Is a speeialit in
th nose, throat. Inn;; wd stomach troubles, ner
vous diseaw g and him d and skin ilisease-i. He
is an ex'-ellent stirgeo'. ami hat achieved r nmrk-ab-;
triumphs in tht field of (urjrory. lie
tr. nts iiiccessfully acute anc chror ic
catarrh, chr nic diarrhoea, painful or
suppressed mei.stra-on. inflammation of
the womb, inflammation of the bladder, diabetes,
dyspep-ia, ronsilpati in, kidney, nrinarv and
bladder troubles. Briirt t's disease, tape worn s,
crooked limbs and cnlar cd joints, club !oot,wnlte
swelling, nervousness nno frenerul debility, impo
tency. lencirrhea, p mple-, blotches, cancer,
dropsy, gravel Rlect, (;on- rrhoea, hydrocele, hi art
disease, heteria, rt . Vitni dance, paralysis.
rheum. itlsm, ast'mia, ft male weakness, etc
Dr. Wa't"r is a very fine sumeon and wears a
number of medals lis tribute.-, to his skill He
posliivel c res spileprv (Bis), hemorrhoids(piles)
ard all BMn and bi- od ilrea0", by Improved and
never falling remedies. Small tumors, cancers,
warts, moles etc.. are removed without acldsor
knife and without leav ng a scar.
EVB, EiH AMD NOSK.
In diseases of the eye Dr. Walter is an expert.
Crosseo eyes are strati htened in one moment of
time and without pain. He easily remedies weak
aid watery eyes, dmppitic of theli-ts, t.rianul!i
lons, sore eyes o an- form, wild hairs, raUraet,
false pupil", spots, scum and i n mini? of the lids.
Roa ing noises in the ear, partial doafnesa, ul
cerations, dischargee, earache, etc., are cured
Nasa' catarrh, that curse of this climate with
all its abhorrent featun a, yie da at once to the
sfttcmof treaiment pnrs-ed by Dr. Walter. Ue
can -how a greater r-c rd of cures In catarral
cases tbanai.y pbysiciau livins.
r EM - LI TROUBLES
Ladies who are afflicted with headache. languor
and the weakneesai common to the sex. find a
wn erf ul Ii lend in Dr Walter, ticisskilled in
the t eatmcnt of the r troubles, espt cially in
bloatinK, neivons prot-(ration, eeneral debility,
sleeplessre'a, depress on, indlg stion, ovarian
t oub es, inflammstion and nit erat on, fallinit and
disol cement', spinal wiakness, tlduey com
pluints and change of lire.
Immediately cured and fall vicor re
stored. This cii-dr arfint; affliction, which
renders life a bnrdei and marriage Impos
sible, Is the penalty pai l by the victim of Impro
per indu'gence. The most chaste must acknow
leuHe i hat the passions arc the great magnet by
which the wbo'e world Is attracted. Destroy
them and what have we r Man is no longer Inter
ested In the opposite se c; the interchange of that
blissful repose which now attracts and interests
tbe whole world exists no longer; man ceases to
be what God made him the world is no longer In
teres tine to him. and renorse and di app -intment
are his constant compat ions. Consult Dr. Walter
at once, and yon win nod tne sympamy aa re
lief that you positively leanlre to be happy.
Those who desire to address communications
to Dr. Walter may aet d letters to his Chicago
omce. The lull address is
Lyman P. Walter, M. D.,
6748 State tit,. Chicago.
Several miles below Waco the Brazos
river makes a bend like that in the
James river across which Gon. Hutlcr
made tbe Dutch Gap canal. The isl
and within this bend is fertile, ami U
planted yearly in cotton, producing a
bale to the acre easily.
A portion of it, nearest the river, is
densely grown with barberry, yipan
and cottonwcetl, forming; a chaparral
only passablo by paths made, perhaps,
by Indians, and kept open by cattlo
going to water and boys who drive
them. Among the animals which in
habit the chaparral are wild dogs -pariahs,
or descendants of pariahs.
The theory of the planters is that tho
ancestry of this vast kennel of danger
ous and yelping curs were unsoei;iMe,
thievish and domestic curs driven
away from Waco early in its history,
' savs a Waco corresnondont of Ihe St.
Louis Globc-Dcntocrat. They are es
sentially wild beasts now liurce, cow
ardly, carniverous, hunting in packs
and lighting among themselves over
.he quarry their joint efforts se
cure. They are ruder toward each
other than wolves, and with the wolves
they are always at war.
Recently a calf, the property of Sen
ator Coke, became engulfed iu a bed
of silt left by the river's subsidence
after a flood. The wild dogs gathered,
and the cow-mother met them. She
made a gallant fight to protect her off
spring, but the mongrels pulled her
down and were soon rending both her
lle'Su, and that of the calf, snarling and
biting each oilier over the bloody ban
quet." Attracted by Ihe smell of blood
and the yelping an. I growling, a pack
of wolves emerged from tho thicket
and joined, or attempted to j in in the
feast. The dogs abandoned their
meal, ceased their family strife and
made common cause against a com
mon enemy. It was a wild and re
lentless fight. All over 1 lie sand, or in
the sticky mud. or rolling over and
over in the shallows, dogs and wolves,
locked together in quenchless hate,
tore each other's throats, bit, wallow
ed and howled; while some, tumbling
together into deep water, floated down
the river, fighting as they went. Dogs
slew wolves and wolves flew dogs.
Thus the war went on, until many of
the combatants were dead or hors de
Tli correspondent of the Globe
Democrat was rowing down the river,
and rested on his oars to witness the
novel and terrific battle. At length
only one pair continued the light. One
of these was a huge shaggy cur and
his antagonist a gray wolf, superior to
his fellows in strength and size. These
champions were nearly evenly
matched. They fought by snap
ping, wolf fashion, part of the time.
Then they closed and wrestled for
throat-hold. They foiled each other
with the skill of trained fighters, ris
ing erect, locking arms, parrying and
thrusting with their fanged muzzles
until, after fully an hour had been
spent and both were cut and torn over
their entire bodies, the dog triumphed.
Getting his teeth in the neck of the
wolf, he closed his eyes, and when he
relaxed his hold the wolf was tlead.
When certain that his antagonist
was done for, and to make doubly sure,
the dog dragged the body of the wolf
ten feet over the slimy margin and ut
tered a howl of triumph which brought
to life several of his companions
which had see tiied to be dead. Some
females came also from I he timber,
and the vietnr limped to the calf, tin
ished along with the remn-inl tf the
pack his interrupted meal, and after
drinking deeply from the river took
his way hack, closely attendetl by two
females, perhaps his wives.
The reporter could have killed the
brave dog, but would not do it. A
bullet directed a;!i'.iit the old vet
eran when his battle was won would
invc seemed like murder.
Wy (G URB
A sew and Complete Treatment, consisting of
suppositories. Ointment in Capsnls, also In Box
and Hlils; A Positive Cute for External. Blind or
Bleeding Itching, Chronic Recent or HerediUry
Piles Female WBSKasain and m'.nv other dis
eases; it is always a great benefit to the general
health. The first discovery of medical cure ren
dering an operation with the knife unnecessary
hereafter. This K'tredi has never been known
to fall. II per box. for $5; sent bv mall. Why
suffer from this terrUble dis-aie when a written
roarantee is positiviy given with bottles, to re
fund the money if not e.ured. Send stamp for
frwe sample. Guarantee isa&td by our attest.
JAPANESE LIVER PELLETS
Acts like magic on the tomach. Liver and Baw
ea: dispels uyspepsia, B !lousnes, Fever. Colds,
Nervous Iiaoniers,S)eeplessness,Loe of Appetite,
restores the complectioi ; perfect digestion fol
lows their use. Positive care tor 8iok Headache
and Constipation, r-mall, mild, easy to take Large
Vials of 60 "ills 28 cents.
HARTZ BArJSSJtX tele Agent Bock Island
Three of "the Boys."
I noticed .a curious incident in a
Broadway car the other day. The
car wasn't exactly crowded, but there
was only one seat left, Tho car came
to a full step and I thought a lot of
women would come in looking for
seats, and was debating with myself
as to my chances of getting a "Thank
you" in case I gave up my place.
To my surprise the newcomers were
men, not women. Still. I wasn't as
tonished that the car had stopped, for
each oneof tbe trio walked with fal
tering step. Each one had white hair
as well, and it was apparent that the
youngest was at least 70 years old,
while the oldest may have antedated
him by ten years.
Seeing the single unoccupied seat
they all paused before it and each of
fered it in turn to the other.
"Sit down," said the 80-year-old. "I
am younger than you are."
"Not at all," said he of 75. "The
seat should be yonrs. You are the
"Settle it between yourselves," said
he who was at least 70. 1 am one of
the boys yet, and it amuses me to see
you old fellows quarreling about ages
like a lot of girls."
Soon after the 70-year-old and the
76-year-old got off the car, and before
any of the three had consented to take
the seat. Then with a sigh of content
the 80-year-old sank into the place,
murmuring, "We bovs will be boya."
A". Y. Herald.
Catarrh jn ike Head.
Is undoubtedly a difease of tbe blood,
and as puch only a reliable blood purifier
Cin effect a perfect core. Hood's Sarsa
pariila is the best blood purifier,, and it
has cured many severe cases of catarrh.
It gives an appetite and builds up the
Hood's Pills act especially upon the
liver, rousing it from torpidity to its na
tural duties, cure constipation and assist
die est ion.
Fits All fits stopped free by Dr.
Kline'B Great Jicrve Restorer. No fits
after Ihe first day's use. Mar?etous
cures. Treatise end $2 trial bottle free 10
fit cases. Send to Dr. Kline. 831 Arch
ttreel, Philadelphia, Pa. For sale by all
dtugtjistsr call on vours
Among the ILoiinHods of ttstimonials
of cures by Dr. Mileb' New Heart Cure,
is that of Nathan AIIisods, a well-known
citizen of G'en Rock. Pn , who for tears
had hortniS4 of breath, sleeplessness,
pain in left side;, shoulders, strjotberiog
spells, etc.; one bottle of Dr. Miles' New
Heart Cure and one box of Nerve and
Liver Pills, cund h m Peter Jaquet
Salem, N J , is another witn ss, who f or
twenty yeire suffered with heart disease,
was pronounced incurable bv physicians,
death stared him in the face, could not
lie down for fear of smotherta? to death .
Immediately af er using the New Cure
he felt better and could lie - down and
sleep' all nit'tt, and is now a well man.
The New Cure is sold, also free book, by
Hsrtz & Bahnsen.
A Great Benefactor
' Educators are certainly the createst
benefactor of the race, and afttr readinif
Dr. Franklin Miles' popuNr wcrks can
uot help declaring him M be among ihe
most frDtert&ii'inj; and cducMioe ambers.
New York Daily Ue is rot a stranger
to 1 i:r rt-alers. as Lis advertisements ap
pear in our coIuroDStn eery i.8ue calllcg
stun ion to ihe fact that his elegant
w.jtk on N rvnus and Heart Plates is
di.oiiibntfd fre by our eulTnrisino; drug
cit. Knrz & Hsht vn Irbil bottles of
Dr. 6'i', B' Ntrvine re given 6way; also
book of teMimoniils showing that it is
unequaled for nervous prostration, head
ache, poor memory, d zzinesa, sieepless
nE8, neuralgia, hysteria, fits, epilepsy-
M lea Bsiva and Liver Fill-
Act on a new principle regulating tbe
liver, stomach and bowels through tbe
nerves. A new discoverv. Dr. Miles'
Pilla speedily cure billiousnees, bad Inure,
torpid liver, piles, foostipation. Un
equalled for men, women, children.
Smallest, mildest, sureetl 50 doees 25
cents Ssm Dies free at llartz A !5hn
sen's Orange Blossoms ait Wedding.
A charming Spanish legend holds
sentimental Spain responsible for the
pretty custom of wearing orange blos
soms at weddings. "One of the Spanish
kings," so reads the legend, "had an
imported orange tree of which he was
very prond, and of which the French
ambassador was extremely anxious to
obtain a slip. Tho gardener's daughter
was poor, and, requiring a dowry in
order to marry her lover, she obtained
a cutting of the orange tree and sold
it to the ambassador for a high price.
At her wedding she wore a wreath of
orange blossoms in her hair rn recog
nition of the plant to which she owed
her happiness." Evening World.
Worth Hundred ec Lruiuars.
My wife used only two bottle of
"Mother's Friend" before her third con
finement. Says she would not be with
out It for hundreds of dollars. Had not
half as much trouble as before. Dock
Miles, Lincoln Parish, La. Sold by
Hartz & Bahnsen
Woman bag been compelled to snffcr.
not only her 111a. but those arising
from a want of knowledge on the part of
those with' whom she stands connected.
In tbe mansions of the rich end hovels of
tbe poor, woman has been alike tbe pa
tient victim of ills unknown to man. Bat
now the hour of her redemption has
come. Bradfield's Female Regulator
cures all diseases peculiar ts her sex.
Sold by Hartz A Bahnsen.
vVhat tbe Hon. George Gt. Vest sys in
rcprd to the f-uperioritv of the Hrsca
berg's diamond and non-changeable spee
"I am using fclassea which I purchnsed
from Prof. Hirschberg and they are the
bet I ever tried; it affords me grea
n! ;asure to reeomrcecd Prof. Hirnchberj
s an excellent optician, and his elucsrt
arc B'mply unequalled Id my experience
G G. Vest.'
Thete spectacles are for sale by T. Ii
Ti.omaa at'ent fr r Rrck Island
'When Baby wasafc-k, we f.vmrVmrorbL.
'When ehe was & Child, she cried for Castoriaw
When she became Miss, she citing to Osstoria.
When she had Children, she cawtbem Castoria.
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves
the bowels eich day. Most people need
to use it.
Ohiidren Cry for
For beauty, foi comfo for in, prove
ment of the complexion ise only Poz
zoni's Powder; '.her ( a w, ing equal 10.
ChiidreiY Cry for
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will noy the cough at
many women ai-rTer f cm Excesaiwe 1
Scant Menstruation; they con't k
who to confide is to get proper edi
Don- coshdc tr. anybody but try
SMclfic Inr PAIfrtil. FfiOFUSE.
SUMY. SLPI'HEiSEU ana IFtnTCUmR
I IScok o "WCS3A11 ' mailed Tree,
p m si.' ii' t-.
- Sold bv HarM!" BahtiMtn
iH8oi.crf ail craw v i4 1 gnu: 1
na tlmtJi appUwUoo mf ' s-.t-f" Oimnf wHam
zl Binial mallei win nm tsf nm M Tarter. Put
S?mturkOTatthtrUoata. fM Wai(l
m Tw -aU w. baaaiTJl &an. c
teaiai9a-rlCla.rB. Ai war 4raa.wUlt
4 n perfection in cocoa v.;r
-BEST AND COE8 FARTHEST)
I Highly Dicestiblnand Nutritious. Mada Inftantlv with iutr.
of Chkajo, tha well kiowa ndjaecefalpeciall9t In Chrinicdiewes n-i
17c izi Er. by request of many friends and ratienls'has d;?Hrj t- re -
Rock Island, Friday forenocn, Feb. 10th. at thQ Rock Island b
Moline, Keator House, afternoon of same day.
Cao'trio3 ani etanltml in frae anl ennU.lemiil in the pirlora at tb; hv t. I
IO l'J 91. UIK UAI UL.
Surgeon-inCbif Intrr-Stase Association of Expert Specialists is
mat skillful practirKr in Chronic and Nervous Diseases
in this coumrj.
Graduating with distinction frora the University of Michigan, he twk up tlwscc-l
Jiseases of tbe Eye and Ear and the so-called obsinae and incurabie Chronic D36.J
levoting many years of stndy and research in some ol tlie best hospitals and coTsjrl
ne wona. ne is not 10 oe ciasseu wun ine ordinary traveling doctor, w ho too c-i-.il
not even a graduate 01 a reputable Medical t-ollege. in addition to a larce hut -
ike he visits a few of the -'rripottant cities of Illinois and brini?s his etch ski',', aim
rience to those who could not well withstand the expose, fatigve, appreher.sio-i.ariJ
ehement of visiting a Urge city. Thousands die or become confirmed invalids Iroii
.ack ot skilled and expert medical and swgtcai treatment.
NerVOUS Diseases Nervousness, Nervws
Debility, Impaired Memory, Mental Apxi
ty. Absence of Will Power, Melancholy,
Weak Back, erte., etc., arising oftentimes
irom indiscretions or fvom organic disease
n other organs. From neglect or improper
ireaimen; these diseases often end in Mel
ancholia Insanity cr Suicide.
Catarrh, Asthma. Bronchitis ani Hay
fever are all curable. The treatment of
friay Fever must be begun three months at
.east before the expected attack. Catarrh,
that terrible disease, which often leads to
deafness. Kinging in tbe Ears, Asthma,
Consumption, ani diseases of the Stomach,
nired 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.
Diseases of Rectum. V. Fa
Fistula, and Ulcers cured pemar.ertt..
cot pain, knife, cautery, cr Cetcnioj rA
Epilepsy,. Catalepsy, Etc., crrr
wonderful new discovery.
Skin DiS8ase8, Ecuttia, Psoriak Frv
sis, Lichen, etc, etc,, treated successhi'
Diseases of the Stomach, Liv, a
Diseases of Women positively res
taken in tirae before the nervous jrss
shattered. Delay and improper tresiim
the cause of so many unhappy nsi
this class of cases.
Diseases of the Heart and Blear-
large majority of so-called Heart Ih&
Diseases of the Eye and Ear-A3
ations necessary done with, ut any ptt ai
without Lae use of anaesthetics.
BRING SAMPLE URINE FOR FREE EXAMINATION.
Wonderful Cares Perfected in cases which have been neglected or unskil'ilLUj
no experiments or failures. AHer examination, if a. case is found incurable, ax
lent will be honestly informed.
Ca8eS and Correspondence strict! confidential and treatment sent by mai' ortws
put personal consultation preferred, bend stamp ior question 'rsts. rVMress
OR H. DEY8E. 789 Warren Ave.-ChiMf
tvn na.-antt-e to -rro nil nrrt.m 1ic---vf, i:ri a- W'n. I
ci.a.'aBl- to "n-ra nil nrr." 1i.i---ph. -v.c a- WnkK-
Orxann li either 10: srii- i.vfntrp-rMiim. Tout h 111 i rr- .tr i!
i nue ol tooacoo. otm ?r .. Bttmu'artf wmrh n to liitimrt'.t"r.
'.turn and ItlsnnitT. yul hd ccir.'"wtnnt 1- -arrv in vt porkV. i t
airr hv mii1' fi for Sr Wit .1 c .-rc 9 r.ir m- ci ti -- tnfr'-zM t
Fo'sa'.e in Rock island by Harts A Babnsen. Ave. snd 20th
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