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THE AUG US, SATURDAY. JAKUA1IY 28, 1893.
Katatc of J'eph Rinnan, deceated.
TVeonderaijrned having been appointed execu
tor of tfce laat will and testament of Jost-pl)
Ktnaan, late. ! the county of Kock lsianu.
Male ol Illinota. deceased, hereby rf-B notice
taat he will appear before the county coart of
Rock Ulanri county, at the office of the clerk of
aid conn. In the city of Rock Island, at the
March term, on the flint Monday In Much next,
at which time all person a tving claima aifainst
aid estate are nodded and requested to attend
far the purpose of having the eame djaated. All
?wraone Indebted to aid eetato are requested to
Mice Immediate payment to the nnderlirned.
Sated this lat diy'uf November, A. D 1H04.
J. 8. MATTHEWS, Executor.
Enlnte of Penn:s Warren. Pet-ease I.
The nnder-letieu haviug been aipi'ited aimin
w ratir of t'.e ea'ate of Iei.ni W.irren, late
f the conn-y or Rock islai.d, atate of III'
Bin, deceased, hereby irl e i otice tost he will
ptiemr bo'orv th-Count v court of Kock Island
nantt, at ih- office f the clerk of b.IiI conn, in
he cii j of Hoc . Island, at the March 'erm, on
Hie-arm Vondav in March next, at which time
all pera ns havin.-clal u apainel atd estate are
otffied and rt-qui-eii d to attend, for the purpose
f having the same admstei.
All p isois indebted to "Hid . state are rcanes
ted to ma e immediate payment to the ntvler
ainned J fed this 7'h (lay of .tannarv, A. D. la!3.
rUILE i.ON L. MITCllaLL. Adminisl-ator.
Estate of Wil lam H. Morrow, Peceased.
The nn lersiirned having been B' pointed admin
burnt T of the estate f WilltanH. M rrow, late
ft Hit count of Kock Istaiifi,! ti of llliiiois, de
ceased, her;by give notice that re will ajear
before the county court of Hoc Island coun
ty, at the office of the clerk of si court, in
thecitv of H'H-k Island, at the April term, on
the firel Monday in .April tei, at wiicn
1'iiieaM per-oiis having claims atti.ii said es
tate are notified ami requested to att'-m for the
purpose of having the same adjusted. A.I per
sona lniichte-i fo sid estate are requested ,
siaice I meo'i.,if- payment to the iinden-iirneu.
Sated this i'.'h davo ,li na-y, A I). 1SS3
Wn N. MARTi.V Aitm-iiietrH-or." S
jyJTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
8eled nr)o-N will be receiv-d at t':e city
clerk's office. Nock 1- aiul. 111., until Feb. fi. 18:,
at 6 p ., To on-tTiic;i' ;r the improve icnf
ortHTO'l l.y ati nrilitinp.ee of S'lid ci y. entitled
' t. orcina'to' for ihe I -'r -veinenf " .f Twen
th tb sT-et fpun t!i -outh 'ii e of M th avenue
to !b north I in-. f Ei htfO'itti aven'ie,' p s-ed
iinu'usT g. S'.e; al o an ordinaii e for the itn-
fnov-tin rt t Eis ( I'l.th 8 r. el, from the south
Ine of Ti;rti uvenlle to he n- th In of
Seveirh aven'te, ( ass. d J inuarv Mh. l't:
ai-o "An ortriHitre for ttie im-rovt m -nt
-'ourtri av ntie fnvn tli. we-t ltne of Hr-t
strict -o the w -t line of Twei tieth stieet
and frotr. cti- e ist line of I'w-i ty-thim -tre t to the
west line ..f I 'ver.t -four h strV. and .-f Tw.-ii'y-f.m
'i h stree fro the s nil" lin of Th rd nvenue
to the n irth line of K-f'h avi-n te.r' pas ed Jan.
16, and f f mi-hu g hemat. rala d doinc
th wo k according to the Vins and ppec tlcati'-ns
Qfi fl e al ttie c 1 1 y e erx's tdlic'.
B!a kni'tswili e fun i-lie-1 on application,
Hi'iit u-i h' -ep rate f-r e-ch improvement
above -pe- 'tli"!. an accompanied with a certified
c-heca in rhe utn of fsl, paytble to t!ie order fif
the trea-'ir r of said citv, which shad become for
fe ted to -ai.i cit urns; he b'duer ;-h ill fail to
ent.-r Dto ctnrraci wi:li approv, d sureties to exe
cute the or- for te pr'ce m r.tionen in hs bid,
an-i ai-cordtn to the pla-is and sp ciflc-itions iw
th - event ttiat the c-'iitr -ct s1 ould be awarded tc
The riaht to rejcc' any and all Iii!s or pro
Tosa'S tsln-r. bv expre-iy reserved by sa:d City.
Kock I-l .nd', III., January, 17.
t ity Clerk,
BTTE OK ILLINOIS.
KH-K lMLS!l I'OUKTT.
td the conn'y co irr o' said county to the Decern
be.r .er , A. i l-ti.
4 K. Johnson, administr Uor to the es'nte of
Rosalia Marinade), deeeas d. vs Thos f'ampbell,
Ameils K' er I'heo'ore Har tiagel, Wm. Hart
maiiei. and Z win iiarrnai;('l
AfH'da i- of non-re-id -nee of th? sa d Amelia
Knher Th o iMr H trtna-? 1. Wm. llartnairel. atid
Fdwin llartnacl h in he n tiled n the office of
the- -le k --f taid '-ounty court, notice ;s h-reb.
(riven to ih- sitd Amel a Koher, - hos tawip
nei , Wm ilartnai:"!, Theodore llartnael. a d
Edwin I'a-tna el, in-irs of Iho saitl Ito-alia Hart
pafr-l. - e esse'l tliat t e said f , R. lohnsPin.
adiiiiuist :-r I h is ate of Rosalia Hannah I.
riecea i, fl I i-i Hie satd com ty court n fhe'-M h
day of v b- r, A r 1 -a, his p"ltiou makinn
Ihe n-.nl T1! - dore llartna." 1. Kmcl a h oher,
1 ho-, t anipbt-ii, Wm. Hanti'itrel, Mnd Edwin
Ilurtn-iirt-l, 'efe d tils and that summers there n
orbiswd oiitof -aid outt ijji nst theaove na-n-pd
rt"!id oi r tu nanle on t' e tirst day of the
tunc of sa li .oiirify c -ii rt to b hf'd aT the court
hon-e In a irt'Ouitt) o:t the first M nday of Feb
rn iry A I). iS r. a- is by law r qutred, Mid wh ch
eu t Is stil pemiintr.
Now 'nl - on app nr n saUl court on 'he fi-st
dav of the Mar h to 'n thereof t ho 'ie d it the
eour ho .s.- 'n th eity of Rook 1 -Und. in said
coimlv and st .ie oil the first M . il iy of March A.
J ?trfei, i.nd plead, a is-ver or ile'in.r to the peti
tion the in 111 d the situe w;'l be ta-ien a
eon'essa t , at t you and j i lament therein
against you entered accordingly.
Udted thin lb h. day of J ,n tarv, A. D. 118.
I1-IA..MAK KtHL-;K, Olerk.
McEskt cEnikt ollcltors.
By vlrtneof a sp-c'al execntion and feehiTI No.
M7. Issned outof Uie clerk's office of the circuit
. .f 11-u.i, HH,.H pnnnr, snrt stHte of Illinois.
and to me directed, wr-ereby I am commanded to
lake the amount of a certain juuirmeni recently
obtained a al si l,. itmsoy, in iv.roi u
Mc'.nrn -V.o t of the lands. tenements, poods and
. , .u nf anlrl rl afnilll t I . I'm-llV I
have levied upon the followtnK property, to-wit :
i i-'onr ,a i Five f.v) Six tli. I Heven (7.)
Vi'nut ft i In tuock Twent.-nine (v.) in Water
i. ... e-.nntv et I.lMnil anil State nf H'lnolS
Therefore, according tosaid command I shallex
pose f.irsale at public auction all the rltfht, title
and Interest of the above named, L. Crosb-,
In and to the above de-cribed property,-)!! w ecncs
th. tvh ls.v of Pebrnarv. IH. at 2 o'clo k
P. m , at the north door of the court house
In the city of Rock Island, In the connty of Kock
Island and state of Illinois, for cash In band, to
Batisry sal execution ana i- e inn.
lhued at Rock Island this Slst day f January
4. 1). 1493.
Sheriff of Rock Island Connty, Illinois.
LABOR. TIME, M0NE7
Use it your own way.
It is the beet Soap made
For V aching Machiue use.
WIRNDCK & RALSTON.
t fr-ve AtTectt . iV'r. tic.
I fffrALLIULB tl bilcen dirprteri. A' F mfttr
ajtrsl tt.ty't mrt. 1 reatiie ani f j trt bottle free to
I pit paiin, incT(TintJ minaijaoq doi wan
rar-tMrl. IfBd aVamC. P. ' i. SB(l tlUUM alddmsA ni
I BAIrnM Mi Dr KLINfijiT Arch St .PhilaJe'Iuhi.
sbniUtetft. SMWAXA 6iJMH4TWi FRAUDS.
(1 II l lnt
i. w n r;-iD.
I CtiTeCod9,Ciw bs.Sere Tbrot,Cnmp,Influen
ta,Wbooping Con ;b.Bronohit.u and Astiima. a errw
taio curv Kt CoDiuo iption lu ArM -ta, aul a lure rrllaf
In advanced ttayi a. v t ncf. Yon will tn
excellent tt ter taking th firt deae. ffoi4
kj 6c- '-era evt rwber . lt bulUt. 50 Ocuu umI 1M
THE GB'Mt ENG: 1XI REMEDY.
Promptly and pcrma
nettl v enre- ali forms of
erv..iia Weakm-ss, Emission-,
Spern atorrhea. Ira
poten y and all effects of
Mbtisi or excesses ; been
prescribed ver 35 years
in thousands of cares: is
theonlv reliable and hon-
liefore and Aft T. est medicine known; ask
dnjir'sts f.-r Wool's Ph isthodixe : if he offers
some wortliles m dlciti- in place of this, leave
hi d shonet sp n-, encl se price in letter and
we will stnd by r urn mail. Price on- paekage
Si ; -ix. S"; one wi I p'e .se, six will enre; pam
let ih plain sealed envelope, 2 stamps; address
T11K VOO fHKMl AL CO.,
1S1 W'ooi ward avenue, Detrait Mien.
PARSIMONY DOES NOT PAY.
Saccesstul.v Treated Upon the
Latest Scientific Principles.
No ExperimentstnrlFalFe R-presentations.
an-i. Adv:ct Free and Con-fTAential-
At H-irper House Saturday,
. ... :rxp-
8mall Cheese-rrine Economies Make
Man Meaner the Richer He browi.
After all the cheese-paring, candle-end-savin:
habit wouldn't be alto
gether baa if one could go without a
thing or any number of tilings, and
think no more of it But the person
who makes a cult of saving, unfortun
ately, thinks about it all the time, and
the "habit goes to market with him,
keeps the family on half rations, reg
ulates his parsimonious dole to his
wife, and the richer he grows the
meaner he gets, and the keenest pleas
ure he knows is the saving of a dollar.
The New Orleans Times-iKnn-jcrat de
clares that almost every one. even t he
most generous, has some streak of mis
placed economy. The man, rtiprosit,y
itself, isunliaupy if he sees his house
lighted up. He feels easier if he gels
a chance to sltly lower the jets hen
his wife isn't looking. Another thinks
that there is an improvident waste of
matches in his establishment another,
that entirely too much salt is lined,
while still another makes periodical
tours of the back yard and returns
laden with household disjecta mem
bra. These he triumphantly and rebuk
ingly casts at the feet of his wife, re
marking that ''such waste would make
a Vamlerbilt poor!" If his wife is a
foolish woman she will say something
stinging on the spot. If she is a wise
woman she will sweetly smile assent,
and as soon as he is safely off the
premises she will hire somebody to
cart away the rubbish. After treating
a lot of fellows down town to drinks
and a swell dinner her hii.-band will
have forgotten all his valuable find of
junk that morning at homo.
It is noticeable that this mania for
economy is in the direction f articles
so abmrd'y cheap that even their
wasteful use could hardly make their
cost amount to more than a very few
dollars annually. 'Koep a thing seven
years, then you will litnl need for it."
gravely declares Mrs. Poor Richard,
and buys trunks and chests of drawers
to hold the decrepit hoopskirts and
slays and bustles and worn-out finery
and old newspapers. One stitch was
never worth the time it takes to thread
a needle, is heretical doctrine which
freezes her tepid blood. "Who sees a
pin and lets it lie, will want a pin be
fore she die," is writteu 'urge upon
her phylactery. All her prodigal
neighbors, by special request, save for
h'r their stetuless goblets, w hich she
converts into pincushions, while com
placently contrasting their waste with
her own thrift.
Many a woman will save at both
ends of her market allowance in order
to buy tine clothes or music-stool cov
ers, upon which she embroiders smil
ing alliira-ors or other zoological beau
ties. Perhaps many are not content
to breakfast on hash made from th
minced meat which furnishes the beef
tea for the family invalid; but every
one of them will economize in the
marketing when there is no man in
Pr. Lvnsn P. Ta'ter, who has spent munv
months In wis-itli.cr he 'abora ories of the treat
Kuropi ai schitists, will i it l ock Is and to
rec the pF-tients v ho will cull nn.n him. Dr.
Walter is well k-ovn in fits state and sec'ion.Hs
has trea til cr -at many of our peon e dtir.ntr
is v sits in tn vi- ni'y. lie Is a sne iiilist m
h nose, throut. lu -t; nnd motnueh troubles, ner-
ous disea-" a and I lMid and skin ".incases. He
an ex Mellon: surg -in and ha- achieved r msrk-
bl triu phs In she tield of surgery. He
ats Mirressru.iy acnte bur. chronic
CHtiirrh, clir nic diarrhoea. painful or
suppre--ed met f trar on, iiiflnnimifon o."
e womb, Inlla "iiMititt of the bladd r. diabetes.
dysp-p-ia, cnsli a:ion, k'dney, minurv and
iiNililcr tronnie. It iL'ht s disease, tape w.r ; s.
rooked limbs nn I nlnr ed joints, club foot.whire
we line. nervoun ss am! treiienl dehnitv. imuo-
jncy, leuc rrhea pimple-, blotches, nin& r,
rops.. gravel j;lef t, on rrboea, h drocele, h art
'Pease, h:stiria, vt, Vitu- dance, iviralvsis.
rheum. iti-m. ast niu. female weakness, etc
Dr. Walt T ie ? try Ore anrseon ami w rs a
nnmher of medals is trit'ute- to his skill He
posi-ivcl. c r -s ?p rpsv (flrs, hemorrhoids',! He)
d ail s-ln and b oddi-eii-e'. by improved and
mver falling retnidies S-nall lumors. cancers,
warts moles etc., are removed without acids er
knife and without leaving a scar.
ETB, CIR ASD SO-K.
In diseases of thi eve Dr. Walter is an expert.
ro-"seo eyes are s rainhrened in one m ment of
ime and withontPiin. He eas lv remedies weak
a rl watery cy'-s, dropping of theli-s, lunul-i-
lons, sore eves o n form, wild hairs. ataract
false iupil , sjiots aeun and ' ri.iio: of ine lids.
Roa ine noises in the ear, pirtial dc-aftiea, ul
cerations, discharges, earache, etc., are cured
"vasa 'catarrh, th.it curse of th's climate with
all its abbot rent fe turea. yie ds at once to the
sjstem of irentmei t (mrs ed by lu. WulP r. He
caa -now s. greater r-'Cord of cures lu Citurral
CusB than any ihy-ician liviuff.
PE LETIUlt BI.ES
Ladiea who are aTiictc I wuh heartache, lancrunr
Hil l tin- w aknessj. common to the sex liiirt a
a erful ttioud ra Dr W altor. .1 e Is skilled in
Ihe t eaimeni of their troubles, esp- cla'ly in
blo -tint;, ne vous i-nistrntioti, central di bility,
Blee; les: e s. del ression, indip stion, ovarinn
t onb es, innamm-i ton and tin ernt on, fatllnt; and
disril cements, t-n nal w nkness, i-iney coui-
pl. lu.'s and haute of life.
o;mi vnl weakrf-s.
Immedlitety c ired and lull vicor re
stored. This distreasinq amiction, which
renders lifo a hunlen and marriage imnoe-
ihle. Is the penaltv paid by the victim of impro
per indulgence, "he most chaste mnst acknow-
leoge that the paior. are the great magnet by
whlcn the who e world is at traced, liestroy
them and what hai e ef Ulan is no longer inter-
sted In the opposite sex: ttie iiiterciiange of that
blissful repose which now attracts and interests
the whole world exists no longer; man ceases to
be what God made him; tec word Is no lomer in
teresting to him, and remorse and di app intmcnt
are his cons'ant ct mpanioim. onsnlt fr. Walter
at once, and yon ill find the svmpathy and re
lief that von liosittve v reOMtre to ne Ilalltiv.
Those who desire to address -communications
to Dr. Walter m s-nrl letters to his Chicago
omce. The lull address ts
Lyman P. Walter, M. D.,
6748 Utat- Si..'h caito.
The Catcher Caught.
"I've got a bite!" cried Bertie Hamil
ton, while fishing off the end of the
new Pow-ell street pier yesterday after
noon. Bertie, who is about 12 years
old, was one of about thirty boys and
nieu who were casting their lines off
the end of the pier. "Pre got him!"
shouted Bertie a second later, "and
it's a shark," he added, as his line com
menced to run out at a territic rate.
But Bertie had spoken too hastily. He
had not got him. and a moment later
it was a fair gambling proposition
whether Bertie would get the shark or
the shark get Bertie, with the odds de
cidedly in favor of the lish. Bertie
pulled and the shark pulled and jerked,
and at one of these jerks Bertie went
head nrst over the stringer and was
floundering in the bay. A boatman
went to the lad's rescue anil after haul-
or him into the boat stood him on his
head until the water was drained out
of him and t hen sent him borne to drv.
The shark made no effort to eat Bertie
but seemed glad to escape. It is now
swimming round the bay with Bertie's
tishing tackle in his stomach. San
He Built One of the Pyramids.
m w t '
A sew and Po-rl'e T eatment, consisting of
anpnositorim. 1 liniment 111 - i-nl , also in Box
and I'l is; 10 in lire tor K.x ernal. Blind or
B'e do u 'ffHiin . 'iirot.t Kee.-n or Hereditary
Piles rrx ALv kn i: nud w n other dis
eases; ills Ua a ureal neflt to th- general
health. - h - firs dt'ivt-ry -f s medical enre ren
dertn.'an oi- rat 1 11 ' the knife unnecessary
hereti,r Tils I; 1 el las t't been known
tn fall J per io. m . r fa. sent hv mail. Why
suffer f en nr. -ero hie dis e who a written
gnaraniM t- i- iti uiven illi a hottlea, 10 re
fuuj me niom-t 'f mil cured. Sen s amp for
free sain, iiis-MLltfi' se. u b) onf nxnuL
Among tbe thousands of itstimoniais
of cures bj Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure,
is that of Nathan Allisons, a well known
citizen of G'.en Ro; k. Pa , who for Tears
had ehortntss of breath, sleeplecsness,
pain in left side, shoulders, smothering
spells, tc; one bottle of Dr. Miles' Ne
Heart Cure arid one box of Nere and
Liver Pills, curtd h m Peier Jaquet
S&'em, N J , is another itni 88, who f.r
twenty yerf sufiered wiih heart disease,
was pronounced incurable by ptiyFiciunc,
death stured him in 'he fnrx, could not
lie dowD for fer of smoiherintr to denth
Immtdiatelj af er using the New Cure
he fed better and co -Id lie down and
sleep all nicht, and is now a well min.
the New Cure is sold, also free book, by
Hartz & Babnsen
JAPANESE !:VEi: PELLETS
Act lik itingie o 1 tl; lomneh. Liver and Hw j
es;d'siels 1 ' u-'k. It, loimne-s. r. ver T-oids.
Nerou -sore, is. I,-. ,ie-sm .1 f Apm' l'e
respire the ifiiMfb-entiti: p -rf,-ci itite-i -on f l
lowa thetr us". I'tis-nve rn-- 01 mi k llsai'scni
and Co- -nimt'on. -mail. mild. . my tnvikr. I arue
Vial- of Ni "I ST ems. '
BAH1Z. & CAt-hb.N bole rents Kock It-land
The British Museum, the great
European store-house of things out of
the ordinary, has hundreds of Egyp
tian mummies of all dynasties care
fully stowed away within its walls.
Soine of these are comparatively re
cent efforts at embalming, and others
date back to the "wide revolving
shades of centuries past." The oldest
of the entire collection is the mummy
of Mvkerinos. He was a King in
Egypt in what is known to history as
tile "four'th dynasty." and wore his
goldeu tiara anil sat on the throne of
thrones A.'))) years oeiore ine wise
men followed the star of fate till it
stopped over the lowly hovel in Beth
lehem where the infant Jesus lay.
Mykerinos was the builder of the third
pyramid . at Ghizeh, where his head
less mummy was discovered in 183B.
The stone collin in which he w as being
transported to England was lost at sea
and lay at the bottom of the ocean for
two years before being recovered. It
is seldom that a man's bones are sub
jected to vicissitudes, especially 5,000
or 6,000 years after his death. SU
A boy stood on the burning deck,
Unwisely, too, 'tis said.
For, with the fast approaching flame.
His elders quickly fled.
So, many now in peril stand.
TJiimmdlul of their fate.
Till, step by step. Grim Death comes on
And then, ala1 too lute!
Far wiser, snrely, would It seem,
When bis approach we see.
With "Pierce's Pellets" well in hand
To vanqn'sh old "G. D "
Pierce's Plc-sant Pellets have remarkable pow
er to correct all physi- al derangements, thus
warding off di-case that would surely follow.
Purely Yigetuble, pleasant to take, perfect'!
harmless I With a little forethought, they'll be a
present help in time of need cheating the doc
tor a d tobbing the grave. As a Liyer Pill, they
are 1 nequaled. Smallest, cheapest, easiest to
lake, one dose as a laxstlve, three or four as s
otthanlo Tiny, ensar-coated granules in viais
A Great Benefactor
"Educators art cerimuiy the greatest
ben factors of ihe rece. aiid aftt r readintf
Dr. Frnnklin Mi!s' popular w rks can
not help dVelnrino him to he among the
most frnterta.ii-ir.ij nud ed':ci.iiiitf authors.
N- w York Daily He is t o' n strarger
to 1 -1 ; r rt-ii;'ets. a bis ndvertiseit-ents ap
pear in our coinnii.-s '.n evcrv issue Calling
atttn 'on to th.- fe' that Ids elegant
woik on N tv. us nr.'' lit art D s- ar-es is
distributed fr- e by our tnleriiiisin drua
sists, Hsriz & Btibr-Hen. Tri-d bottles of
Dr. Miles' Nervine are given bwsv; also
book of testimonials showing that it is
unequaled for nervous prostration, head
ache, poor memory, d zzivess, Sleepless
ness, neuralgia, hjsteria, fits, epilepsy.
M lei Beire and Liver P ills
Act on a new principle regulating the
liver, stomach and bowels through the
nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles'
Pills speedily cure billiousnesg, bad taste,
torpid liver, piles, icnstiptition. Un
equalled for men, women, children,
ciallest, mildest, snreht! 50 doses 25
cents Samoles free at Uartz A Bbn
The Itule of the Schoolgirl.
In our Anglo-Saxon social syslem
the young girl is everywhere, and, if
t lie shades of Sterne will allow me to
say so. we temper the wind of our real
ism to the sensitive innocence of the
ubiquitous lamb. We like to believe
that our women are bettpr than those
of foreign nations. We owe it to them
to put more faith in them because they
are our own our dear mothers, and
wives, and sisters, and daughters for
whom, if we be men, we mean to do all
that men can do. But we are all men
and women, nevertheless, and human,
and we have the thoughts and the un
derstanding of men and women, and
not of schoolgirls. And vet the school
girl practically decides what we are to
hear at the theater and, so far as our
own language is concerned, determines
to a great extent what we are to read.
-Marion Crawford in Forum.
Worth Hundreds ot Dollars.
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. II sd not
half as much trouble as before. Dock
Micks, Lincoln Parish, La. -Sold by
Bartz & Bahnsen
Toma has been compelled to suffer,
not only ber Ills, but those arising
from a want of knowledge on the part of
those with whom she stands connected.
In tbe mansions of the rich and hovels of
tbe poor, woman has been alike the pa
tient victim of ills unknown to min. But
now the honr of her redemption ha
cowte. Bradflcld'8 Female Repnlator
cures all disesses jeculiar to her sex.
& Id by Iltifz & Buhnsen.
VTbm Baby was sick, we pan" ner rtastortA.
WTien f he was a Cliild, she tried for Oastoria.
WTien she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
VThen she bad Children, she gave them Castoria,
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves
tnc bowels encb day. Viost people need
to use 11.
Chi.ven Cry for
mn' of the coruoi xion lse ouiv Poa-
zoni's Powder; '.herp ine equal to.
Childretv Cry for
Coughing leads to consumption
Kemp's Bfi.'san. will eiop the ci uph at
TTir.tly C.T1 C "l L'UtTf :-T f OIT. ExCeSVe OT
Scat.l ftaer.atror.tjorj; t-sy don t know
v'no tc coniide :n nrr-p-7 cdvice
Dor, cor.tiuj :r. cnyhcdy b:t try
Specific tor PAINFUL, PROFUSE.
SCAurr, SLFr SESSED anil IRREGULAR
I Bcok to "WOMAN" mailed free.
I RRADFIELD REOUU'OR CO., Atlanta. Ga.
Hl-r ri 1! rrxl?
Sold bv Uartt A Babnran
T. H THOMAS.
of Chicago, the well knowa ami e icces-fal rpi-cialirt In Chrn-ic dii-ew. n.
Zyz ari Ear. by request of many frienOg and t atienTg'hat n;'j - r '
Rock Island, Friday forencxn, Feb. 10th. at the Rock J1
Moline, Keator House, afternoon of same day
3 n 'a'tati ja aa t eiaulmti jii fr e an t conSleutial in the p rl ;r it "1.
to 12 id ONB DAT ONLY.
5urc;eon-in-Chif Inter-?tae Asso-iation of Expert Specialists :
most skilltul practi..ner in (-hronic and Ncrous Di.-c;-.(
Grduaiitiff vith distinrtitm from the Iniversit y of Michi.,1!. 1-,.- t.
discares of the Eye and Ear and the sow-ailed obsiinate and it.ruraV.;,
iev;tinp; many years of sluiy and Tt-search in some of the best hwp.i.!
he world. He is not to be classed with the ordinary traveiirj; ill - u
not even a graduate of a repu'ablj Medical College, in aMi'..n " a
tice he visits a tew of the mportait cities of Illinois and brings h;s c:
ience to those who could not well withstand the expense, fatigue-. ;
eitetnent of visiting a Urge city. Thousands die or become o nSnniM
sck of skilled and expert medical and surgical treatment.
NerVOUS Diseases Nervousness, Nervocs
Debility, Impaired Memory, Mental Anxi
ety, Absence of Will Power, Melancholy,
Weak Hack, etc., etc., arising oftentimes
irom indiscretions or from organic disease
.n other organs. From neglect or improper
.rai.me!iJ these diseases often end in Mel
ancholia Insanity or Suicide.
Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis anr! Hay
VPVer are all curable. 'Ihe treatment of
rlay 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 of the Stomach,
rured by the latest and most improved
methods of medical science.
Diseases of Rectum. IV,
Fistula, and Ulcers ci:r-. i -- .:
out pain, knifs, cautcty. r
Epilepsy, Catalepsy. Etc..
wonderlul new discc.vciv.
Skin Diseases, i:. z. t i
sis, Lichen, etc., etc,, tr---.,:-..', ru
Diseases of the Stomr.ch,
Diseases of Vorr.cn
taken in time before t;-.e :Krv,
shattered. Dolny ami irn;-r ;-r
the cause of so many v.i,h..;
this class of cases.
ations necessarj done w,;r. x. r
wlthoul the use of af esthetes.
Diseases of the Heart and ElMi-
Kidney and Bladder Diseases, Strictures, ! ' '
- , it i i j:-: i are cu.ao..
varicocele, iiyuiiiecic, p.iius, ciu, eii, i r-
and all the terrible disorders consequent on I D;seasS 0. the Eye ana Ear A.
r.he 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 unsk:!;:';
No experiments or failures. After examination, if a case is found in..u:ot.t. '
tent will be honestly informed.
Cases and Correspondence strLo. -oi.f:.w,tial and treatment rem t-v :r..-.i
tMit personal consultation picferrerl. Sena stan.p 'or question 'ists -i i.ire:
Dft i H. DEYOE ?89 Warren Ave. ftm
mch imffprern we tt
but a trial to con- v
!HENJ WHV ARE YOU VJAK?
.UVE YOU TRIED DRUGS AMD FAILED TO FIHD A Cii
v nim auaranawHi 11
or exposure, you may
fa electricitT and
your arBtem the elo- f3
will remove the cau?
way. Thin is our plan U.
ftur 'JIIA rtaom &
L..JK ;..1irri' . ... T,eor, alter all other treatment im'-iiI. a c:i
S,n w.-rV-.V' . UBDO,u ln,s sta,- who ""uKJ (tladly te.-i ifyL and In m mia.
VrlOACF DFHll ITiTrD A'CLr.-'i
from .NkrTvaJS Dleiuty 5:vt t
ness Losses DffAfs;5 Lvpctwcy
Lost Manwood RHr.wss'.
SlIEPLESSNKS HXf-feMCRY & C-VW-
hare a relief and cure in our marvelou inr'-r.n r.!. -: f"
Tince tbe nt skeptical. In vour iKiiTHncv ert-.-T- :
r-aveundnly drained Trill r JTttiim if npfTP 4t T.'OUJ i) V1' 1 i
thus c uned your wokne?p or im k of f.-rtt?. i: y.u r r.f
r- mentfl t nuR drampd hih ruonm i.,r T-f r r- -:'--
.5 and health, (ttrenptb and vicor wili follow at oi..t- r.'.'-'UF
.3 bnnk 'The. '1- t ; r.. i.; M fl
fflmVWP "T01? wan. wiled, tree. . .
Jftim Henric Belt ip do experiment, a.-we haverp-::!
w ."Tt. Tlffor ft, h other treat men: v 1: i t3. a -h:i r
. i .... , , " - v 'uiu k muiT ttai ii v. n i hi iriiuj mitii' v "
oearin losumony to tboir recovery after usine our" Belt.
WE HAVE CURED THESE-WE CAN CURE YOU! ,
SEKVOCS DEB1UTT AXD WEAKNESS. I rnOM U'KEMJ1M Of V U K rio
I- mr, . . V - ! '
PR. A . T. Pamev I-ar Slr In rpply to yonr late
favor, hare to .y that 1 think yourpr. SatideS Electric
i'J' ,,e Prfat,t invention ..f tlte nineteenth
centnrj .and consirt r it a most powerful arrnt for a-ood
amonK the man, affl jrted on this ert h, iSl knoilSS
ie? our l-n e-ld. totW
E? T Jfre"" amtMrfaetion. Aa to mvarlf I am a well
? o ."JL'.T'.T Tenne ODe of Tour eieW t and
"?.po,n; .',he,','r before n-ing iu l ebeu
fully aoi txuUirul.v nwmiw-nd tout- b. lt
H. h. WlUitK, 30 Shawmot Imw.
CENERAL DEBILITY, KEETOrsXESS.
S do ITJL?J? ir.nlha.done all It in reeommended
ln ' c?". M " J" done more for me than all the
J T',?.,n bd oondition. rotTcrino (r-wMly fram
ppneral debility, nervoosm-wi. Ac and mV flood VaTm
wry poor condition. I weighed attrtimel Jo. thi
N-lt I4f. poondH, but at imatitrtt" s y iSSrhf m
1 reeouuaundjour bell to aU. 8HOKTKiair.JhinVst:
rR. A. T. Pompf. TVurFir
whtrh 1 rurrhiuK-d of you twoy.
Kictirr 6ATISFcnoK, BPrf I t 1
mendina il to ary of niv fn- n-..
LAM EB ACE, KIDNEV IMoEfE.?
Pa. A.T. (tannm. Pear Sir-lli- if
have used the Sandi-n El"1rie t - ' .
kidney trouble, and eay th-
Uieai. Vonr.r.. jAMKi 111L1. -k ""-'T
KECeXMENDS THE BELT T
Kanab rrrr. Kr. ot "xTLl
Pr. A. T. Sawi.cv. DiarSir.- V--'-r-lt 'J
hand, and 1 fli sav In refiiy that y , i
Electric Pelt has iriTrn e-i " r5j.H
me a wonderful (rood. From u n ' ,i .
every dv, and kni'witw.ll tri' ? .',
liavea-iven ytnir belt a pood rv.--ri nwc'
ilupiug you wi'l i"-!! manv more 1 1 '"; c j
THE DR. SANDEN ELECTRIC BELT
clrioT-MnrnT w5SSterT- n,Je ,Ma a belt ao a to he easily worn during- w rk
5.eo It hMnT1lcny.wh,cl, ntly lelt thronehont ail went runor
i e wrrnt , t .JiJ t d Kwtrlc f mieiHry, the areatert boon ever f.r" ""Van
KefndJa! The;inLti'f a5ve "?akneea, and toenlarce nhrunken linihu. or !?
- J. i.a"ACM iu fit r-iiin n m meei an ni
uicu,uu wm cure tne vonteuMi. k r. ; " . v. J : : " . , i iV-mMitn.
SANDEN ELECTRIC CO., ICDLaSalleSt., CHICACP-
1 .1 r . ........
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5nm. KoD. O. Ii. rir-;t'
write aa ahovg f"r Syntm ',-1.
, . .o
.the mofil.Uto-M '
5 C '
Lri.air;! fail 0.1,. t..r : t,-.:iokreiiiet ,
EPniMFJ f"1" MT.Tl? fUl ior two 2o!
Uhia PLRJ O.-iMO CO.i ayi.iwnakisA. Wis. !
M j,.. e. to-
?HS'r; ' Wxttl a'.n.es ponton in f.i -air
city riionltiTTlU! at oti.-c If jlvw at' -. ?v
Tinua M-troooHtan ii:.-in.-3 Ci'ci-e. -Ti-re-3uusnMfa'-r!,.lesfnrr'.c'r.c-Ta'iia-i
exa 'Mxnxneu.'oviv '.-' '
Our PTBrTTTtr. BTRtvr.F r-f
b ru-is. s fii'.: J.-
Cate (iftKOKKUlXA. at.-
A niiir.K i. .t:i'i '.iBu;:'i i -
. . a, rirfS
Dr. Renion Kel'ab'e k.'- ;
wsef: anon; the ladief ar .' . '
eiTectnal Theoria-mai :''"ic
at i?tt dlQ.ct. aealed: itiforrr UtIO-
Caton Meclcal t'o , BoeU.B.
a ouica mw ?,on'. ''LA
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