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THE AltGUS, TUESDAT. JANUAltY 31. 183.
Kel&teof Joseph Kinnan, deceotJ.
Tue underlined having oecn ppoiuted eiem
tar of the lul will awl tentament of Jocph
tunnan, lf f the county of Kock Iltti:d.
lite ol Illinois. deccnned, hereby irivt-e noiici
tast he will appear before the county court of
Bock Ialanrt county, at the office of the clerk of
saklcoart,in the city of Rock Tfland, at the
March term, on the flrxt Monday Id March next.
at which time all peron havtng claims warnst
puo evtate arc nuunuu aaa requested w aia'ar
for the mirmwe of havine 'he satnendlneted. All
pereone iadeof ed u aatri eatatu. are requeiied U)
nue lmmetnate payment la lae onaeriier.ea. i
Sated this 1st dy of November, A. T. ISO.
, J. 8, MATTHEWS. Kjecntor.
DMrNISTftAT6El,8 : KOriCTE.
Estate of Dennla Warren, Decease i.
The undenrigned hiving been appointed a 'tnin
tatratflr of the estate of Dccnis Warren, la'e
af the county of Kock Island, state of Illi-
aois, aecennea, neretty gives l ouce mat ne win
pprar before the county court of Kock Island
eoontv, at the office f the clerk of said CO art, in
aha city of Knck Island, at the March term, on
lh Cm Monday in March next, at which time
aH pers ns having claims against said estate are
Milled and it q meted to attend, for the purpose
or nanna tne same aamsiea.
All persons indebted to said (state are reanes
ted to su:e immediate payment to the onrter-
Ited this 7th day of Jannary, A. D. 1F93.
PHILEMON L. MITCHELL. Administrator.
Estate of Wil iara H. Morrow. Deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed admin-
mnaioroT toe estate or v lina'n H. H rrow, late
of the connty of Kock Island, stai- of Illinois, de
eeaeed, hereby gives notice that he will appear
before the county court of Koci Island conn
ty, at fie office of the. clerk of salt court. In
tne city of Kck Island, at the April term, on
file first Monday in April rem, at which
ttan all persons having claims at'a.n . said es
tate are notified and requested to atf etiu for the
pnrposeof having the same adjnsted. A'.l per
sons Indebted to said estate are requested n
Btaice Immediate payment to the undersigned.
Drtod this 2th dav of Jsrnary, A D. 1MB.
WM. N. MARTIN. administrator. M
0T1CR TO CONTRACTORS.
Pelted proposals will be received at the city
clerk's office, Kock llandvIlL, until Feb.fili3.
at 6 p. m., for constructing the improve. nents
rdi-rcd by an ordinance of said ci:y, entitled
"An ordinance for the Improvement of Twen
tieth street from the onth line of Ninth avenue
to the north Tne of Eighteenth avenue," passed
Augusts, lHPi; al-o an ordinance for the im
ViovtWent ..f Eighteenth s net, from the south
Una of Third avenue to the no th ln of
Seventh avenue, parsed January 5th,
also "An ordinance for the improvement
of fourth avenue from the west line of Kir-t
Btreet to the wtst line of Twentieth street
and from th-eist lineof Twei.ty-third street to the
west line of Twent-fonr h street, and of Twenty
foerth street fro u the B"n:h lln of Third avenue
to the north line of Fifth avenue," passed Jan.
16, 1KB. and for furnishing 'henmter al a' d doina
the work according to the . lans aod specifications
mat eat the city clerk's office.
Bla- It bids will t e furnished on application.
BkIs ain-t be sen irate for e- ch improvement
above specified, and accompanied with a certified
ec lu the nm of ?VH). payable to the order of
the Ireaur r of said city, which shaU become for
feited to said city in cssr! :he b'dder sh.'ill fall to
eater into con'ract with approved sureties to exe
ate the work for tiie price mettionert in his bid,
aod according to the plans and specifications i
ta event that the contract sUould be awarded to
The riant to reec? any and all bids or pro
posals Is hereby expressly reserved bv said city
Kock Ilnad, III., January, 17, 1K93.
PTATE OF TLMNOM. I
Kot-a Island C'ouktt. J
fn thaoonnty court of said county to the Decern
ber Term. A. D. 1M.
J. R, .lohns on, administrator to the es'atc of
Rosalia Hartnael, decea--d. vs Thos Campbell,
Amelia hner. Theodore Har.cagel. Wm. Hart
maael. and E twin llarrnagcl.
Af&idavit of non-residence of the sa d Amelia
Kohor. Theodore rtxrtnatfel, Wm. Unrtnagel. and
Kdwin llartuaml h iving be -n Bled 'n the office of
tae clerk nf said connty court, notice 'sbereb,
Riven to the nld Amel a Koher, 1ho Camp
fceil, Wm tlnrtnagel, Theodore Hmnarel. and
Edwin HartnaL'el, neira of the said Rosalia Hart
aagel, de eased that fie said i. R. Johnston,
administrator f the cs ate of Rosalia nrtnac 1.
deceased, fl ed in the said county court on the 2-1 b
day of December, A D. 13, his petition making
Ue said Theodore Hartnael, Kmel a Koher,
Thos. Camph-ll, Wm. Hartnage, and Edwin
Hartnagel, defend nts and that summona there n;:
oobe issued out of said onrt agnwt the above nam
ed defendant, returnable on trie first diy of the
arm of said county curt to be he'd at the court
aoa'e In giid county on the first Monday of Feb
ruary A D. as Ib by law required, and which
wiit Is still pending.
Nownalews yon appAar in said conn on he-flrst
J of tftej March term thereof to be held at the
anart hoose in th city of Rook Island, In said
eonntv and state on the first Monday of March A.
It. I WW, and plead, answer or demur to the peti
tion them in fll -d the same will be taken as
confessei atamst yon and judgment therein
against yon entered accordingly.
Dted this 18 h. day of January, A. D. 1S93.
UJALMAR KOflLs-R, Clerk.
BcSh.rt .McEnirt Moliclt-irs.
By vlrtneof a special execution and fee bill No.
7, issued out or the clerk's office of the circuit
court of Rock Island county, and state of Illinois,
and to me directed, whereby I am commanded to
aaake the amount of a certain judsment recently
obtained aainst L. Crosby, in favor of G. W
. HcSnrney, out of the lands, tenements, goods had
afcattel of the said defendant, L. Crosby I
have levied noon the following property, to-wll :
IjoUi Fonr (4.1 Five (.) Six (6.) Seven (7,)
light 18.) In block Twenty-nine 09.) in Water
town County of Hock Island and State of Il'inols.
Therefore, according tosaid command I shall ex
pose for sale at public auction all the right, title
and Interest of the above named, L. Crosby,
te and tothe above described property, on WedneB
day, the 1-vth day of February, vm, at 8 o'cloik
p. m , at the north door of the court house
in the city of Rock Island, in the connty of Rock
bland and state of Illinois, for cash In band, to
. astwfy said execution and fee bill,, ;
Dated at Rock Island this 91 si day cf January,
CD GORDON. I
Sheriff of Rock Island County, Illinois.
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to advanoeo starea. t' at onoe. Yon will sie th
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! 1 THE GRTAT ENGLISH REMEDY.'
Promptly and perma
nently enre all forms of
Nervous Weakness, Emis
sions, Spermatorrhea, Ira
potent y and all effects of
aDnse or excesses; neen
prescribed over 85 years
in thousands of cases ; is
the only reliable and hon-
Vcf ore and Alter, est medicine known; aeh
druggists for V'ooo's PBsrHoprsK: If he offers
some worthless medicine in pliice of this, leave
h:s d'shonest vtere, enclose price in letter and
we will send bv return mail. Price on package
$1 ; ix. $5; om will p!e..se, six will cure; pam
lct ih plain set led envelope, 4 stamp i address
THIS MUUO tHCMI' AL. Cl.,
131 W oodward avenue. Dctrsit Mien.
Successtal y ,Treated Upon the
Latest Scientific Principles.
No ExperimcntstorrFalse Representa
tions- Consul tauan, Examination
. and Advice Free and Con
fidential. : .
At Harper HouselSaturday,
t)r.'Lynan P. T'aTter, who has spent many
months Id visiting ne labora ories of the great
Europ. au tci ntists, will l it Kock is and to
greet the pationts wiio will will npon him. Dr.
Walter is wi ll k'oso In t'lis state and section. as
he has trca d gre;it many of our people dnr.ns;
bis visits in this vie nity. He Is a specialist in
th- nose, thnmt. Inn; and stomach troubles, ner
vous discaa & and hi. d and skin diseases. He
is an excellent surgeon, and ha achieve! r : mark-Hhl--
triumphs In tie Held of surgery. He
treats tnccessfullj acnte ano . chroric
catarrh, ebr..nic diarrhoea, painful or
suppressed mei strt;on. inflammation of
the womb, icflavniation of the bladder, diabetes,
dyspepsia, consttpa ion, kidney, urinary and
bladder troubles. Brit ht's disease, tape wor-ns.
crooked limbs and cnl ir.:ed joints, club loot.wbite
swelling, nrrvonsness and general debility, i in po
tency, , lenenrrhea, iimplc, blotches, cancer,
dropsy, grave? gleet. on -rrhoea. hydrocele, b. art
disease, hysteria, St. Vitus dance, paralysis,
rheumatism, ast! nia. female weakness, etc.
Dr. Wa'ter is a ver flnesnrgeon and wears a
number of medals as tributes to his skill He
positively cires epilepsy (fits), hemorrhoids (piles)
and all sliln and b'oori di-eae, by impwed ana
ntver falling remedhs mall tumors, cancers,
warts, moles, etc., are removed without acids or
knife and without lea ing a scar.
, ITS, B a AND HOSB.
In disease of the eye Dr. Walter is an expert.
Crossed eyes are straightened In one raiment oi
time and without pain. He eiis.ly remedies weak
and watery eyes, drop ling of thelils, gianula
Mons, sore eyes o an - form, wild hairs, r attract,
false pupil-, spots, scum and tnrt.ing of the lids
Boarmg noises tn the ear, partial deafness, ul
cerations, discharges, earache, etc., are cared
"Nasa' catarrh, that curse of this climate, with
all its abhorrent feutur. s, yic ds at once to the
system of treatment pnrs. ed by tr. Walter. He
can show s greater r"C rd of cures in citarral
cases than auy physician livlna.
Ten ALB rnovRLFs
l.atlics who are afflict rl with hcadnehc. langaor
and the w akuesse common to the sex. Had a
wm erful friend In T)r Walter, he is skilled in
the t eatment of, their troubles, cspclaly in
bloitine, nervnns pros ration, general debility,
gleeiilesHt-e's, depressi n, imlig. stion, ovarian
font) es, I nil am til ition end nlecrat on, falling and
displ cement-, tpinal w- akness, idr.ey 'com
pLints and ebaiie of lit o.
Immediately (tired and full vigor re
stored.. This distress n affliction, which
renders life a horde: ami marriage impos
sible. Is the penalty paid by the victim of impro
per indulgence. The most chaste must acknow
leage that Uienassious a-e the great magnet by
which the who e world is attraced. Destroy
them and what have ef Man is no longer in.'er
tsted In the Oposie sex; the interchange of that
blissfti) repose which now attracts and Interests
the whole world exists 110 longer; man ceases to
be what God made him ; be w. .rid is no Ion er in
terestitig to him, and remorse and di app .intment
are his constant companions. ( onsnlt Dr. Walter
at once, and yon will find the sympathy and re
lief that yon positively reinlre to be hnpiiy.
Those who desire to aldress conxnunicat'ons
to Dr. Walter may send letters to bts Chicago
office. The full address is
Lyman P. Walter, M. D.,
ST48 State St.. Chicago.
A lew and Complete T- eatment, consisting of
suppositories. Ointment in Capsnls, also ta Box
and Piila; A Positive Cure for Bxtarnal. Blind or
Blecdin Itchlna, Chronic i Recent or Hereditary
riles, Fexalb wsaknbs(S). and manv other dis
eases ; it is always a great uenefit to the general
health. The first discovery of a medical cure ren
dering an, operation with tie knife unnecessary
hereafter. This Rimedy h ta never been knowa
to i1". 1 D0X' 6 ,or i ,ent br mail- " hy
surfer from this terriable di ase when a written
gnarantaa Is positivly given with bottles, to re
fund the money if not enrod. Send stamp for
free sama-le. Gnaractee iss by our ageau.
JAPANESE..' 'LIVIR-' PELLETS
Acta like magic on the -tnriach. Liver and Baw
dtspala Dyspepsia, Billcnsness, Fever, Colds,
SarvonsDisoniera,Sleeplese less, Lost ofAppedie.
restores the complection; ierfect digestion fol
lows their nse. Positive cart for Sick Heapch
and Constipation- HmalL mil l, easy to take. Larue
Vials of M fills rent.
HABTZ ft BAUNSiiN Sol Agents Rock Island
in I i i f . j . ;
; RELIED ON HIS MEMORY.
A London Business Man Who Kept la
mind Many Thousands of Plctares.
A few years ago the London Star
contained an interview with a manager
of a Ladgate Hill agency for the dis
tribution all over the world of electro
types of pictures which had appeared in
any book, paper or magazine and are
wanted for republication, says Kate
Field's Washington. In turning over
some German magazines, the report
er s eye rested on a particular picture
and he asked the manager if he knew
where it came from? "Yes, that ap-
pearea in tne lamtratea London Aetcs1
Christmas number for 1885," was the
reply, without a moment's hesitation,
and taking down the volume from the
shelves, the manager turned tip the
identical picture. The rapidity'with
which the newspaper . man's inquiry
for the original cut was satisfied led
him to ask if .the employes of the con
cern trusted mnch to memory to help
them out in their work. The manager
replied that they relied on their mem
ory almost entirely. Said he:
"The sort of inquiry we have is this:
A man is writing a story for boys.with
the scene laid in South America, say,
and he wants a picture of a South
American forest, of a river with tropi
cal scenery, an Indian in a canoe, or
an alligator. Similarly tbe publishers
of children's books constantly apply to
us for appropriate pictures. In an
enormous number of cases I can re
member at once where the suitaole
cuts are to be found, they are looked
out and a bundle of rough proofs are
sent out for selection. Altogether I
have within my reach in London and
other parts of the world some 3,000,000
woodcuts, from which electros cau be
made when I want them. Of these
8,000,000 I believe I could find 300,000
by the aid of my memory alone. Of
course this figure sounds incredible,
but you must remember that it is my
business and that I am always at it.
The mind soon gets trained to" run like
lightning, if you give it a groove to
run in, and "the proof of it is that 1
should be quite useless al the reverse
process. That is to say, if you showed
ue any cut that bad appeared in any
one of the long row of volumes of the
Illustrated Loudon Itt ws, I could tell
you in which volume it was, and ap
proximately on which page; but if you
took down a volume and asked me to
describe the'culs it contained I couldn't
"It has been said that all men ar
cowards in the dark," remarked Pey
ton Trnitt, when called upon bv the
Story Tellers' club of the Laclede to
"do his turn." "I am half inclined to
believe the saying true.
"I was in the British armv when a
young man and was stationed for some
time in India. Our colonel, who had
won his spurs in the Crimea, became
involved in a difficulty with a fellow
officer who was 'well nigh damned in
a fair wife,' and a duel was the re
euiU "The colonel, beinz the challenged
party, selected pistols as the weapons
and elected that the affair should occur
in a dark room. We secured a room
twenty feet square, closed every crev
ice that would admit light, placed our
men in corners diagonally opposite and
Each man was provided with threst
charges and when these were exhaust
ed we rushed in to gather up the niu-
iiiatea remains. Kach man stood
erect and soldier-like in his corner un
touched, but directly behind the
aggrieved hnsband w'ere the three bullet-holes
made by the colonel's pistol.
" 'How is this?' said a grizzled old
major. 'Had you been standing here
when these shots were fired vou would
have ten killed.' The culprit was
compelled to admit that be had drot
1 . , . - K
peu to one Knee. 'iou are a coward,
sir, and unlit for the companv of sol
diers and gentlemen,' snorted the
major.- ..:: .
V 'Hold on, maior.' said the colonel.
It is a stand-oS. . While he was on his
knees in one corner I was on mv stom
ach in the other.'" Si. lout's Globe-
Democrat. . : ) , . .
There are three varieties of this fa
mous cem. .'.Rtinkinn firef. fr moo V, a
Oriental; as second in value, the fire;
ann, lastly, the common opal. The
affection for this precious treasure, as
expressed by tiie ancients, can hardly
be believed. Nonnius, a Roman Sen
ator, absolutely preferred exile to
parting with a brilliant opal of the
size of a filbert, which was earnestly
coveted by Marc Antony. An opal
ranking as third among the finest in
the world is described as having three
longitudinal bands of the harlequin
kind, from the uppermost of which
rose perpendicularly the most resplen
dent flames. It measured nine inches
by six. - j
In the last century a very round and
brilliant opal was tne propertv of the
amateur Fleury.. Another, said to be
fascinatingly vivid, was owned by a
noted French financier1. These two
were recardud asBinnrvoia nf iomii
among gems. On account of the thou
sand fissures of the stone, engraving
is always difficult, and often impossi
ble. A head of Sappho engraved upon
a "presumable opal," an antique, hai
been highly valued and carefully stud
led by experts in gem-lore. It is cati
alogued, so we read, among the treas
ures of a princely: home. llurfcr'i
"How to Get a Hanatome Hnsband- t
: "Whtn'er rome lucky Indian maiden
onnd a red ear In the busking, : j
-musaa cried tney altogether: 1
'Mns ial' yon shall have a sweetheart- j
Too shall have a handsome husband." i
Tie hand otre man always admins tie braati
fnl woman. Then sim;ly make yourself heantl
fnL . Remove all blotches, pimples, "forked signs
of turkey tracks" from your features, by the nse
of Di . Pierce s Favorite Prescription, a tonic to
the nervous, circulatory and procreative system.
Ita nse brings roses to the cheeks, and sparkle
to the eyes, lake It, and you will, like the Indian
maiden, find a "red ear" in good health, an omea
of future happiness. Guaranteed to give satis
faction la every case, or money paid for it re
fueded'. ' 11 . : ; , '
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vi i. I Stronr Witneaaoa .111
.Among tbe thousands of 'testimonials
of cures by Dr, Miles New Heart Cure
is that of Nathan Allisons, well-known
citizen of Glen Rock, Pa , who for years
had shortness of breath, sleeplessness.
pain in left side, ehoulders, smothering
spells, etc.; one bottle of Dr. Miles Ne
Heart Cure and one box , of Nerve and
LWer Pills cured h m. ' Peter Jaquet
Salem, N J., is another witness, who for
twenty years suffered with heart disease,
was pronounced incurable by physicians,
death stared him in tbe face, could not
lie down fur fear of smothering to death.
Immediately after using the New Cure
ke felt better and could . he down and
sleep all night, and is now a well man
The New Cure is sold, also free beak, by
Usrtz & Bahnsen.
A Great Benefactor-
"Educators are certainly the greatest
benefactors of tbe race, and after readme
Dr. Franklin Miles' popular works can
not help declaring htm to be among the
most entertaining and educating authors.
New York Daily. He is not a stranger
to our readers, as his advertisements ap
pear in our columns in every issue calllog
attention : to tbe fact that his elegant
work on N rvous auri lit art Diseases is
distributed free by our enterprising drug
gists. Hsrtz & Bahnsen. Trial bottles of
Dr. Miles' Nervine are given away; also
book of testimonials showing that it is
uneqnaled for nervous prostration, head
ache, poor memory, dizziness, sleepless
ness, neuralgia, hysteria, fits, epilepsy.
M lei Neivs and Liver Fills.
Act on a new principle regulating the
liver, stomach and bowels through the
nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles'
Pills speedily cure billioasness, bad taste,
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Un
equalled for men, women, children.
Smallest, mildest, surest! 50 doses 25
cents. Samples free at Hartz & Bhn
When Baby was sick, we gave her castorla.
When ehe was a Oiild, 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
the bowels each dav. Most people need
to use it.
Children Cry for
For beauty, for comfo : for improve
ment of the complexion -ise osly Poz-
zonl's Powder; 'here s acti ing equal to.
Children Cry for
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the ccugh at
wakes child birth easy,
Colvin. IiS- Dae. 2. 186. IVTvwlfa viae
KOTHEE'8 FRIEND before her third
confinement, and says she would not be
without it for hundreJs of dollar..
tie. Book " To Mothers " mailed free.
' BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO-
oa uu av u dnowti, . ATLAMTA, GA.
Sold by Hartz A Bahnsen
T. H THOMAS.
235 Wis. Street
IdMvf 'AkruiM, rt.a viiwiiva& wtfuf
unin NoC-O.J. Circular! r,- S ll Ol
fmnri'V JL :i-a J tf;.icn S lower
bnaisn i mii cxiora ior rne nannKercntei. 4
i-Tbe PKRU D.WC CO.i Mfiwnukgsi, Wis
Is CLEAN, Pocs Dot STAIN. P2CVRXTS 8TB1CT0I i
Omrm UON0SPB0SA snd I.KTT U Ps s rJ '
iDlCCOTKf; fw LriCOIUiHQw WulTKB. . ,
Bold w til ?i-.:roti!STS. 8mto t' r'vlA '
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Dr. SYDNEY RiNCER, Professor of
Author of the Standard "Handbook of
jrom the careful analypns or i-rnf. Atti'ieuu aud n, 'U: wrm.?:' S'-'
ni VAN - i HOUTErj'S COCfti
Is in bo way injurious t hiultU. auil that it is ilcr-idTi VA
other Cocoas. It is certainly ,Ture" and liihly d'".'stii,C tV r" nutrm
t.iin adyertisment.-' from Trade rivals) from rnyKx.W -ri 'I'J.'U-f,
misleading, and cannot a;.ssil. I y e,fly to Van Huute isrwr, . ."I'-utw;
militarily cited to iujnrf it. i.'. -.?. promritrritogire
Iiir imar irurinnn iit, I a. Ill i i. K .'VYll . tf h.s ..if... .. -i-
of Chicago, the well-known an i saccessfnl
l?J Cur. iwinMt nf RllinT
1 k . .j. r. nut (..' j . .
Rock Island, Friday forenoon, Feb. I Oth. attheRocklsiayg
Moline, Keator House, afternoon of same dav
Consultation ani exan'nnlM free and
Surgeon-in-Chief Inter-State Association of Expert Specialists is acknowle. I
most skillful practioner in Chronic and Nervous Diseases in this country!
vjraauaung wun aisiincuon lrom tne
C . 1 IT 1 .1
jinracs vj vt iy aim trtt ctuu i.ic
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kiuiiu); many jwij ui Biuuy aim icscartn
-l.l ll ; . i i ...:..
iy, v- ia nn. iu w LidxHj vim
.. .i.i rj:
;" -" e1"""" aurz lucundi ncgc. in aatiKion to a lare hint
dee he visits a few of the important cities of Illinois and brings his great 4 lla'
;ience to those who could not well withstand the expense, fatigue, ai pnhersior
ettetnent ol visiting a Urge city. 1 bousands die or become confirmed invali ' t-.l
jt iucu eiuu cajicil nicuicai anu surgical treaimcni.
Nervous Diseases Nervousness, Nervors
Debility, Impaired Memory, Mental Anxi
ety. Absence of Will Power, Melancholy,
Weak Back, etc., etc., arising oftentimes
lrom indiscretions or from organic disease
In other organs. From neglect or improper
treatment these diseases often end in Mel
ancholia Insanity or Suicide.
Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis ani! Hay
fever are all curable. The treatment of
rlay Fever must be begun three months at
ast before the expected attack. Catarrh,
ihat 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
WOnaerTUI Cures Perfected in cases which have been neglected or unskillfuvtroal
No experiments or failures. After examination, if a case is found insurable, tie I
iciu wm oe uonesuy iniorrcea. ,
n.. a r ., ,
m nu vorreafjuouen'je stn.i. coiiiioemiai ana treatment sent by mail OfjqrsI
k)u. personal consultation preicrrea. ena
Rock Island Buggy Co.
. MANCFACIURKBS OF
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Phaetons, Surries, Buggies, Spring, and Farm Wagons.
It will pay you to oall and get our Low Prices
Before Buying. 1;
ycfo ry and Ware room on lflth trcet between let atd 2d ve.
I-.. , . .. , . Ettiil Trde epcc".ally ol el
5 GEORGE SCKAFEB, Proprietor.
.law Second Aene, Corner ol Sixteenth Street, Oppoelte Bn er'i Thcuire.
The choicest Wine,; Liquors, Beer and Cigars always on Hand
Medicine at liniCr""
Theraceuti .?rSlty Coik
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specialist in Chro:: e li'cut... 1
frlpnfla anil nof.'.ni.'i . tl
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in some oi me Dest nospita s ar.fl rrl
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iiic uiumary iravciinij doctor. vrntnr,,i.
n Ida ,on. n 9 Dmid Tv.
Fistula, and Ulcers cured jx-nr.anwail
out pain, Knile, cautery, or dtter.ua :i
Epilepsy, Catalepsy, Etc.,
wonderful new discovery.
Skin Diseases, Eczema. TsoHais,?.-
sis, Lichen, etc., etc,, treated success-
Diseases of the Stomach, Vm, .
Diseases of Women positively ik
lascn in tune oerore tne nervous ral
sfiattered. Delay and impro:x:rtreiw
the cause of so many unhappy rtsJsj
mis class ol cases.
Diseases of the Heart and Bljod-
large majority of so-called Heart Ds
Diseases of the Eye and Ear-AS ?
ations necessary done wuhcut any paia;
without the use of anaesthetics.
FOR FREE EXAMINATION.
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