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THE AUG US, WEDNESDAY. FfilmUAKY 1, 1S'J!J.
Katate of Joaeph Kinnan, deceased.
TheorderaiRned having oeen appointed execo
tar of the lMt will and tealment of doeepti
Ktnain, lute af the county of Rook Is'and.
Late ol Illinois, dtcearad, hereby fivee notice
tfcat he will appear before the connty court of
Bor.k lelanri county, at the office of the clerk of
aaJd coart. In the city ol Rock Island, at the
Match term, on the flrnt 'Monday In March ncxi.
at which time all persons htvtngclaima airainst
aid eeiate are notiled and requested to attend
tm the purpose of navies 'he same idjneted. All
prnmnm indebted to said estaw are requested to
tamAK immediate payment to the underataned.
ited this 1st day of November, A. P. 1S9.
J 8. MATTHEWS, gzaeotnr.
Vmtir of Ttonnia Warren. Decease 1.
Ttie nndtTrniftned having been appointed a Imin-Htrafc-
of the estate of lennl Wirren. late
al the coon'y of Kock Island, state of III-
anfa. defeated, hereby (ti'-es notice that he will
appear before the county court of Rock Island
mntv, at the office r-f the clerk of eMd coart, in
the ciiy of Rook Island, at the Mtfrch term, on
ae first Monday in March next, at which time
aft pors n havine claims against "aid eeia'e are
ntitled and reqnested to attend, for the purpose
af having the same adinste1.
All prisons indebted to BAid rstate are reanes
s4 Co mak.e immediate pa;, merit to the nnder-
"lhated this 7th day of January, A. D. U93.
PHILEMON L. MITCHELL. Administrator.
Bstate of Wil iam H. Morrow, Deceased.
The nnilt'raiimed having been appointed admin
iawat r of the estate of William H. M rrow, lat
W the county of hock Island, stv.e nf llliuois, de
ceased, hereby gives notice that he will appear
aefore the county court of Rock Island coun
ty, at the office of the dark of ssld court, in
tbecitv of Hock Island, at the April term, on
first Monday in April iitoi, at which
time all persons having claims aen.rs said es
tate are notified and requested to attvoo for the
awrpnse of having the same adjusted. All per
sm Indebted to said estate are reqnesled to
site immediate payment to the undersicnei .
Dated tnis ith davo' January, A D. 1S93.
WM. N. MARTIN. i1minlstrator. J
By virtue of a special execution and fee bill No.
IT, issued out of the clnrk's ofnes of the circuit
cattrtof Rock Island connty, ai d state of Illinois,
and to me directed, whereby I am commanded to
aaake the amount of a certain judgment recently
attained against L. Crosby, iu fav.ir of G W.
e'loniev.O'it of trie lands. tenement, goods and
ctttt.-l of the said defendant, 1. t ro-bv I
ave levied npon the following property, to-wit :
Lots Pour 4. Five (5.) Six .6. Seven (7.)
Baht i8.1 in block TwenU-nine (-.9.1 iu Water
ito County of hock l-land and state of ll'lnols.
Therefore, according tovd command I sballex
sh forsale at public auction all the right, title
aad interest of the alve named. L. Crosby,
aacd tot he above decribed property. r Weiines
the lSth day of February, INwS. at 2 o'clo k
. m , at the north door of the court house
at the city of Rock Island, in the connty of Rock
Inland and state of Illinois, for cash in hand, to
aatiafy sal execution andf e bill.
Pntcd at Rock Island this 31s: day . f Jacnary,
A. D. ls.
Sheriff of Rrck Island Lonn y, llliuois.
OTICX IN iTTACHMKXT.
TATB OK ILUVOI8, I
R.1CK IslaxdCocstt, f
Cfircnit coart of Rock Island com'y, Mv term.
A. I. 193
The Pe,pl.-'s National Bank of Rock Island. 111.,
m C. W. Mos'er, tnatuch-n nt.
fnhlic notice is hereby given to the a.iid W.
aoslierthat a writ of attachment issued ont of
e offti e of tuerlerk if the circuit coart of Rock
w4nd countv. rla'ed the 81st dav of Jannarv, A
A. lift!, a' the suit of the said People's National
Bank and a ain-t tbe etaf of t .e sid W.
Slnsher 'o-1' e a tmof T n Th-nsand ( Jin.nno 00)
'lrs, directed to the sheriff of said Kick Island
nutity wh:cn said writ has been returned exe
an'ed Now, therefore, an'esa yon. the evd C. W.
osh' r, shxl! persnnally he aid appear before tha
aid circuit c ur of R ckl-land comfy on the
trat day of the next ter i thereof, to be holden at
fce coart hoase in the city of Rnct Islan i. in sitl
eonn y.on the fi st d y'ofMiy, A O ISBL sivj
aerinl b il arid pie td to the sid p'ainii I a ac
on jndEmen will be entered at am' yon, and
fovii-of the said Pcoon V Nstiou il B mk, and
wo much of toe i roperty attached a my be snf
ciivit u satisfy the said judgment rnd COS'S, will
V o:d to ?a"isfy the same.
GK iRtJKW. GAVBLE, Clerk.
-As. L. Haas. Plaintiff's At o.ney.
January 31, A. D. 1393.
CoTICTC TO CONTRACTORS.
fte ilod proposals will be received at t.e city
-Jink's office, Kock Island. 111., until Feb. ti, Wva,
at 6 p. m. for ronstnictire the improvements
ardcred by an ordinance of said city, entitled
Aa ordinance for the i-nprovement of Twen
tieth street from the south line of Ninth avenue
o the aonh I ne of Eighteenth avenne," passed
AagosiS, 1HW; al-o an ordinance for the im-Brovi-ment
of Eighteenth g.rcet, from the south
ine of Third avenue to the notth In- of
arvemn avenne, passed January 5th, ISA:',;
ala "An ordinance for tbe Improvement
af Fourth avenue from the west line of First
street to tbe west line of Twentieth street
aad from the east line of Twjr ty-third street to the
west line of Tweatv-fonr h street, and of Twenty
fourth street from the snnth lin. of Third avenue
to the north line of Fifth avenne," pasd Jan.
!!, 1.3. and for furnishing the mater a! a- d doina
the work according to the ' lans and spec.fications
o fi eat the city clerk's office.
Klaiik bids will ' e farnihbed on application.
Bids n,n-t be separate for e ch improvement
ahove specified, and accompanied witb a certified
Afceck iu the um of $.VK), payable to toe order of
the treasar. r of said city, which sha'l become for
feited to saia city in esse 'he bidder shall fail to
enter into contract with approved sureties to exc
aute the work for tnc price m r.tioned in his bid,
and according to the plans and specific tions i
ttte event that the contract suuuld be awarded to
The rieht to rejec' any and all bids or pro
posals is hereby expre'Sly reserved by said city
Rock Island, III., Jauuary, 17, 18113.
BTATK OF ILLINOIS,
Rock Islahd Cocmtt
In the connty conrt of said connty to the Deecm
wer irriu, A. if. Iimi.
3. R. Johnston, administrator to the estate of
aosalia flartnael, deceased, vs Thos. Campbell,
Amelia Kof.er. TbeoHore Hartnagel, Wm. Hart
sel, and E Iwin Ilartnagel
Aftmav it of non-rosid' nee of the sa'd Amelia
lobar. Theodore Hartnaeel. Wm. Oartnagel, and
utwin Hartnagel having be -n filed in tbe office of
aVe cietk f said connty conrt. notice a bereb'
given to the said Amelia Koher, Ihos. lamp
Sell, Wm. Hartnagel, Theodore Hartnaiel. and
Kdwin Bartnaeel, ueirs of the-aaid Koralia TIart
uagel. dei eased that the said i-R. Johnston,
administrator of the estate of Rasalia Hartnag 1.
eceaed, fl d in tbe said connty court on the 24th
day of December, A. D. 12, his petition making
he aaid Theodore Hartnagel, Emel a Kober,
Tfco. Campbell, Wm. Hartnagel, and Edwin
Hartnagel, defend-nts and that summons there np
aaba iasaed oat of said conrt aga nstthe above nam
ad defendan's. returnable on tbe first day of tbe
terra of said county conrt to be held at the court
knase in n iid county on the first Monday of Feb
raary A. D. 1BOT. as is by law required, and wh eh
'title still pending.
How unless yon appear in aaid conrt on the first
jay of tbe March term thereof to be beld at tbe
yuan haoae In the city of Rook I siand. in said
anontv and state on the first Monday of March A.
Oi JKftS. and plead, answer or demar to the peti
tion there IB filed the lime will be taken aa
confessed acainst yon and judgment therein
aralr.styon entered accordingly.
Dated thiaiatb. day of Jinuarv, A. D. 1803.
HJALMAR KOBL&R, Clera.
aTcrw RT McEkibt r-olicitirs.
Dr. Renlson's Sellable Bemedy. Famona every
wbene among the ladies as safe, prompt an
eSectnal The original u tman't taitalton. Pr.ce
fl sent difljet, sealed ; iiiformation free. Address
taton Medical Co., Boston. ass.
A OUICK A S O SOI I TI V k ftetisrsr al
mm A MLV VieaKt B4 oi L o tj tn w t
ww,,-. r.trnm frM aw awfcfc M-
"HE NEXT WORN NQ I FFEL BRIGHT AND
NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
Kt rlorfr nr.yn ft nrtx fcntly on th utomach, llrr
arc! fciilneys. Hnl is .ilea-seni laxative. This drink
s 'nade from h.Hs aid Is prepaivil for use &s eaaliy
At h'A. It is cal letl
All drnmrlsta sell It it Sde. and tl.no per package.
3uv one tolav. Liire'i Famflv f-dteine moves
tnr hovtets eecL da v (u orucr tu Ui healthy, this
fer iaferlo- medicin
Cook's (ottob itoc
tnte, or inclesc 1 ar
and w.' wilt sen't. S'
sealed particulars in
only, x s-tamps ah
So. 3 t
Bold In Rock Islat
per Uoose, liarts &
ave.. and drn': sts
ook's Cotton Root
A recent discovery bv an old
physician Successfully used
n ontblv by thousands of la
dies. Is the only perfectly
s-fe and reliable med'eine
discovered. Beware of un
principled druggists who of
'S in place of this. Ak for
t Compound, take no snbii
d 8 ce.its in postage in letter.
aled. by tetnm matt run
Dlain envelope, to ladies
NO LILLi CCVPANY.
isher Block, Detrm. Mich,
d by Marshall A Fisbei. H8'
Bsanscn.'&Kh street and 3o
Ml Chiiic Hiseases
Successfullv Treated Upon the
Latest Scientific Principles.
No Experiment storlFalse Representa
tions. Consultation, Examination
and. Advi ;e Free and Con
lfdential. At Hrper House"! Saturday,
Pr. Lrnan r. "a'ter, who has spent many
months In ini:irg ih; lahora ories of the great
European fed i.tis s, will i it Fork Is and lo
p-ee' the patients v h i will uill np n him. Dr.
Walter is well k-ovn in t'lis state and secion.a
ho has trea d grat many of our people durinr
his v sits in this vi-. nity. He is a ppe.-ialj't in
th1 nose, throat. Inns and stomach troubles, ner
vous discaw s and I lnod an i skin iliseae. He
is an excellent snrg -oi and hai achieved r ; mark
abl,; triumphs In the field of snrjrer. He
tr-ats tuccesffn ly acute tno chroric
catarrh, chr.nic diarrhoea, painful or
suppres-Cd mei t-trat:on. lr.flimmaiion o:
the womb, infiatr.m ition of the bladder, diab. tes,
dy-oep.ia, cunsti Jition, kidney, miliary and
bladder tronbles. Bt;ht,e disease, tape w.r s.
crooked limbs anl nlar ed joints, club loot.whi'e
swe.llng. nervon?n ss and geneml debility, impo
tency, lencrrhi a, pimple, blotches, ano r.
dropy, gravel glei t. con rrhoea, hvdrocclc. hi art
disease, hjsteria, hi. Vitns dance, pnr:ysis.
rheum itlfra, set inn, female weakness, etc.
Dr. Walter is a very tlr.e snrgeon and wears a
number of medals as tribnte.- to his skill He
rs siiivelk enres ep lepsy (fits), hemnrrhoiiis (piles)
ai d all skin and b' mdiU-ease, by improved and
never fallini; rem. diis hinall tumors, cancers,
wane, moles, etc.. are removed without acids or
knife and without eaving a scar.
ETB. BAB AND NOSI.
In diseases of the eye Pr. Walter is an expert.
Crossea eyes are t mightened in one m-iment of
time and without piin. He ea9 ly remedies weak
atd watery eyes. Cropping of theliis, tannia
lions, sore eyes o an form, wild hairs, attract,
false pupil-, spot, arum and mining of the lids
Roaring noises in the ear, pirtial deafness, ul
cerations, aischaigi e, earache, etc., are cored
Sasa1 cntar, th it curse of this climate, with
all its abhorrent fe dtiri. yic ds at once fo the
system of treatment pnr..ed by Ir. Walter. He
can how a greater record of cures In catarral
Casts than any physician living.
Ladies who are ffflictcil with heaiache. laniriior
and the weaknesses common to tbe sex. find a
won erfnl fiicnd in Pr. Walter. He isskilli-d in
the t ea'.mcnt of their trembles, esptcia'lv in
bloitinp, nervons pnistration, general debility,
slcevlefsne's, deiiressinn, indigistion, ovarian
t-onb es, inflammi.tion and nt ernt on, falling and
displ cement", spinal wi akness, liJcey cois
pl.iuts and chant of life.
Immediately tired and full vigor re
stored. This dinrees'ng affliction, which
renders life a tnrden and murisge impos
sible, is tbe penalty paid by the victim of imuro
per indnlgence. The most chaste must acknow
leoge I hat the past ions are the great magnet by
which the wLole world is attracted. l)estroy
them and what have ef Man is no longer inter
ested in the oppos te sex; the interchange of that
blissful repose wb ch now attracts and interests
the wbole world exists no longer; man ceases to
be what God made him; the world is no longer in
teresting to him, tnd remorse and di'app dntment
are his constant cc mi anions. ( onsult Dr. Walter
at once, and yon v ill find the sympathy and re
lief that yon positively require to be happy.
Those who deal -a to address communications
to Pr. Walter bu t send letters to his Chicago
omce. Toe mil e acres is
Lyman P. Walter, M. D
S748late St.. Chicago.
Aewand Comjlete Treatment, consisting of
suppositories. Otn ment In Capsnlr, also in Box
and Plila; A Positive Cure for External. Blind or
Bleeding- Itehlne, Tronic Recent or Hereditary
Piles, Fkhalc WKAxaxssM and many other dis
eases; it is always a great benefit to the genera
health. The first discovery of a medical cure ren
dering an operatic u with tbe knlfa unnecessary
hereafter. This luiredy has never been known
per box. for $6; aent by mall. Why
suffer from this te-riable dis.ase when a written
guarantee is posit vly given with 6 bottles, to re
fund the money f not cured. Send s amp foi
Trmt sample. Guarantee aaud by our agent.
JAPANESE LITER PELLETS
Acts like magic on the Momach, Liver and Bew
ea; dispels Uyspeasla, Biliousness, Fever. Colds,
Nervous PiorOerleplessnesa,Loa of Appetite
restores the com ileciion; perfect digestion fol
lows their use. Positive care for Bick Hbadacbi
and CfcnsUpatton. imalL, mild, easy to take. Large
Vial of 50 Hilla 26 cents.
juHAKTZ BAUS84N Sole Agents Rock Island
According to an interview in the New
York Tribune but two caliii.et appoint
ments have been so far decided npon by
President-elect Cleveland, viz.: Carlsile,
secretary of tbe treasury, and Lamont, sec
retary of war.
The labor trouble at Dunkirk, N. Y., Is
reported subsided, the strikers having lost
the fight. Troops were not sent to the
scene, as the labor leaders told the sheriff
that nothing was further from their inten
tion than violence.
It is stated that Queen Lilinokalani, of
Hawaii, has sent a protest to the British
government against her own depositiot by
foreigners and aliens and their protection,
as she puts it, by United States marines.
A race was rowed on the Putney-Mort-lake
course on the Thames, four and a
quarter miles, between Hosmer, the Amer
ican, and Bubear, the Englishman. Bu
bear won by five lengths.
. Mina Lane, the 21-year-oid daughter o;
A. D. Lane, a farmerof Bemen, ne-r Se
dalia.Mo., committed suicide by swallowing
carbolic acid and laudanum. Her young
man deserted her.
A band of Rip-van-Winkles met in Lon
don and attempted to revive the days of
Charles Stuart by doing honor to the
statue of the "Martyr King." The police
bossed the job, and a while , wreath which
was to have crowned the head of tbe
statue was only laid at its feet while the
Jacobite who laid it there made a '.o.v
The daughter of Geo. S. Forney,
brother of the great Philadelphia editor, is
in jail at Kansas City charged with theft,
of which she is guilty. Morphine habit.
POPULISTS TALK OF BAYONETS.
Alleged Notice to Jult Received by Kan
Chicago, Jan. :. The news from the
legislatures which have senatorial fights
on hand is of a piece with that printed last
week. They are all dead-locked will poor
prospect of any results in the near future.
At Topeka the ropnlist speaker handed
the Republican speaker a document with
request that its contents lie not made
known. It is asserted to lie a notice to
quit to the Republican house. ;uid a threat
that if they do not troops will lie called in
to enforce the notice Both houses cau
cused last night. The R- publicans re
mained lirni. and insisted that they were
the legal legislature. There nmy be stirring
times iu Topeka today.
Homestead Telson ea.
PlTTSBMMi. Jan. 31. Hugh Ilempseywas
a witness ye: leniay at the trial of Eeatty,
the alleged HoitipstoHd poisoner, and re
peatedly contradicted himsc.f and his for
mer testimony. Professor George Hay,
analytical chemist, severe that the amount
of poison alleged to have been given the
Homestead tutu could not have had the ef
fects Uc-cribed. The coror.iT'a jury in the
case of Louis Lziuyci found a verdict that
the deceased came to his death from the ef
fect of crototi oil and arsenic, administered
by parties unknown. Lziuyci was a laborer
at the Carnegie works.
Threatens to Take ToInou.
Paris, Jan. M. The Libre Tarole pub
lishes an interview with M. Arton, whose
name has so frequently been mentioned in
connection with the Panama scandal.
Arton said that if he was not arrested
there would be reasons for his not being
taken into custody, lie declared that he
always carried poison with him and was
ready to commit suicide if he thought the
exigency of affairs demanded iu He de
nied the charge that had been made
against, hi in that he had embezzled the
turn of 9,000,000 francs.
Two Thilatellc Curio.lt ie.
BOSTON, Jan. Si. Secretary of State Olin
received a package Sunday from Granby,
Mass., in which were two 10-cerjt stamps
issued by the Confederate States of Amer
ica. Each stamp bore t. portrait of Jeffer
son Davis. They were canceled by the
poBtoffice at Granby without detection and
they also passed under the eyes of the pot
ollites at Hadley and Boston.
No Fear of Damage by Ire.
Pittsburg, Jan. 81. At noon yesterday
the rivermen were confident that the dan
ger from ice in the river had passed, the
sudden change in temperature having
checked what threatened to be a disastrous
flood. The Allegheny and Monongahela
rivers are full of ice, which is rushing
along with a mighty roar, but so far has
caused but little damage in the local bar
bora. Why Ohio Always "Gets There."
CANTON, O., Jan. 31. Mrs. Rudolph
Yates, of Chagrin Falls, has given birth to
be.r twenty fourth child. Thirteen of her
children are living. Mrs. Yates is the.
mother of five pairs of twins. She is 44
years old and was married at 14. Her tins
band is 57 years old.
A Madman Kills Ilia Children.
Baltimoke, Jan. 31. A Bohemian ex
priest, John B. Hojda. killed his two chil
dren yesterday. The murderous acts were
committed, it is thought, while the man
was suffering from delirium. He has been
considered somewhat demented for tome
Tbe family drug store should be kept
well stocked, for it may contain something
which shall prove to be invaluable in re
lieving the sufferer before the doctor could
It is claimed that yon' can drive nails
into hard wood without bending them if
you dip them first in lard.
How to Oet Baadiome Husband-
"Wben'er some lucky Indian maicen
'onnd s red ear in the husking,
'Mns-kar cried they altogether:
'Mug ;al yon shall have a sweetheart
Ton shall have a handsome husband."
Tke hand one man alwava admlr. g the beauti
ful woman. Then siraily mate yourself beauti
ful. Remove all blotches, pimples, "forked slgis
of turkey tracks'" from your features, by the nse
of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, a ton'e lo
the nervou, ctrcu.atory an t p recreative system-.
Its nse brings roses to the cheeks, anfl sparkle
to the eyes. 'J ake it, and yoo will, like the Indian
maiden, find a "red ear" in good health, an omen
o' future bappiuess Guaranteed to give sat's
factlcn in every ease, or money pa d for it re
I can recommend Ely's Cream Balm to
all tufjertrs from dry catarrh from per
sodhI experit-nfe. Michael Hcrr, Fhar
rr.acist, Denver .
I had caUnh of the head and throat
for five jeers. I used Ely's Cream Bilm
and frt m tbe first application I wag re
lieved. The sense f smell, which bad
been lost, was restored afu r using one
bottle. I have found the Balm tbe on y
satisfactory remedy for catarrh, and it
has effected a core in my case. H. L.
Meyer, Waverly, N. Y. ,
It Stmnld bs in Every Home.
J. B. Wilson, 371 Clay street, Sharps
burg. Pa., says he will not be without
Dr King's New Discovery for consump
tion, coughs and colds, that it cared bis
wife who was threatened witb pneumonia
after an attack o' "la grippe," wbea va
rious other remedies and several physi
cians had done her no good. Robert
Barber, of Cookport, Pa., claims Dr.
King's New Discovtry has done him more
Kood than anvthin he ever used for
lung trouble. Nothing like. it. Try it.
Free trial bottles at Hartz & Bahnseu's
drug store. Large bottles, 50c and $1.
This remedy is becoming so well known
and eo popular as to need no special men
tion. All who baye used Electric Bitters
sing tbe same sons of praise. A purer
menicine docs cot exist and it is guarant
eed to do all that is claimed. Electric
Bitters will eure all diseases of tbe liver
and kidneys will remove pimples, boils,
salt rheum and other affections caused by
impure Mood. Wil- drive malaria from
the pjsttri and prevent as well as cure all
reV'sridl f'. vers. For c ire of headache,
coi -tp-iim and iii'tigestion try Electric
Bitters Entire sarisfitcMon yunraDteed,
or rnunty rttut ded Pricti 50 cents and
f 1.00 per txtte at llttt ' z & Babnsen's
IV- h"" smivc : '.he world for cats,
oruiBtB, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
Botes, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and &11 skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 85 cents per
Lox. For s ile bv Harts & Bahnsen.
Vhen Baby was sick, we gave her eastoria,
VTben she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became MisR, she clung to Castoria.
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.
Chiic'ren Cry for
For bnauty, for comfo i for improve
ment of the complexion ise only Poz
zonl's Powder; 'here j s Eo'i iDg equal to.
Childrctv Cry for
Coughing leads to cousumpuon
Kemp's Balsam will stop the couch at
makes child birth easy.
Colvin, La., Ecc. 2. 1PS6. My wife ub6J
MOTHER'S FRIEND beforo her tliird
confinement, and says sho would not be
without it for hundreds of dollars-
Sent by express on receipt of price. $1.50 per bot
tle. Book " To Mothers :' mailed true.
BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.,
roa aLC av u. oauaais-r. ATLANTA, GA
Sold by Hart & Bahnren
T. H. THOMAS.
T H. THOMAS Sol Acent
(Tho desires a trorxt hiistacss position in tfio Worir't
&t elty eliould writa at ones f r I'-roincetut oi tbe
wnoua JHetronoHtan Bn-.lne. Co'.Vgo .7 ica.o
vejkra Occupies ita own DiilVIn? :e-e?a.
f Chicago, the welllknowa aad successful ppecialint In Chronic diseases nd i
lyc ad Ear. bj request of many friends and patienfg"hai dt;ide tc re -
Rock Island, Friday forenoon, Feb. 10th, at the Rock Island B
r X r
iioime, jveator nouse, aiteinoon of same day
Casallatioa anl erara'natim free and conlldential in the pirlorj at tne h
to 13 m. ONE DAT ONLY.
Surgeon-in-Chief Inter-State Association of Expert Specialists is ark' owlerVrhnv.
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n...iu. fit uuih , biiLuiiiw OIIU Mtl,lfU3 iiSCiS-eS 111 llll
Graduating with distinction from the University of Michigan, he trxk un'lweri.
diseases oi me t-ye ana car ana tne so-canea onstmate ana incurable Chrnnic Ti,
icTuiui); iiiany ycaia ui smuy diiu 1c5cn11.11 111 simitr ui me uest nospiiais aria Co!'"
he world. He is not to be classed with tbe ordinary traveling doctor rhotonnl
. - 1 . r ' . i i. Il..r i 7 . . . -
uui even c iduuciLi: in a ic-puiaur; iit:uii-ai vonegc. in aiKJKion lo a large h mt 5
uce he visits a few of tbe important cities of Illinois and brings his great Jc:l!aBda
rience to those who could not well withstand the expense, fatigue, apnrch'r.s 7
eitement of visiting a Urge city. Thousands die or become confirmed inval k f--
jack 01 SKijieu ana expert, meaicai ana surgical treatment.
NervOUS Diseases Nervousness, Nervous
Debility, Impaired Memory, Mental Anxi
ety. Absence of Will Power, Melancholy,
Weak Back, etc., etc., arising oftentimes
from indiscretions or fiom organic disease
in other organs. From neglect or improper
treatment these diseases often end in Mel
ancholia Insanity or Suicide.
Catarrh. Asthma, Bronchitis ant' Hay
fftveP are all curable. The treatment of
Hay Fever must be begun three months at
.-east before the expected attack. Catarkh,
-bat 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.
Diseases of Rectum. rn r.
Fistula, and L leers cured jermanect'tr
ui jjani, mil;, cauiery, or deter:!:
r -1-- . . n 1 1 .
t-pucpay, aiaiepsy, tJC, riw r
woniirrlul new discovery.
Skin Diseases, Eczema, rsoriii!,?3r
sis, Lichen, etc., etc,, treated 5uccessf."i
Diseases of the Stomach, Lira, ,
Diseases of Women rrisitivelr re:
taken in time before the nervous ns
shatlered. Delay and impni?enrearr
the cause of so many unha;;v resi
this class of cases.
Diseases of the Heart and Blood-'.
large majority of so-called Hean I'aJ
Diseases of the Eye and Ear-Nations
necessary done without ar.7
without the use of anaesthetics.
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 Perfeoted in cases which have been neglected or unskili'ailrtR.
No experiments or failures. After examination, if a case is found incurable, 'it 1
tent will be honestly informed.
Cases and Correspondence strictly confidential and treatment sent by rr.ii' or.d
but personal consultation preferred, ber.d stamp for question lists. rVldress
OR t'. H. DEYOE. 789 Warren Ave.. Clriujt
Rock Island Buggy Co.
Phaetons, Surries, Buggies, Spring and Farm
Tt will pay you to call and ret our .'jow Priwa
Fac'oij anl Ware mo me on 16ih afreet between 1st a' d 2d avc.
Retii'.Traic ctptc'.'.'.v s-'i o
J. m CHRISTY,
Mimmil OF CE1CHES 133 f-
Ak Tonr Orocer for Them.
The Ohristv Otstr" ari Ctrrr"'''1
Opera Ko use
GEO RUE SCHAttR, Proprietor.
01 Secona Avenne, Corner of Sixteenth Street, Oppoeite Harjer'tTbc
The choicest Wine. Liquors. Beer snd Cigars alwavs on
Tree T.oach Ever? Day
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In Rock island by Eartj & Batnsen, Jl Ave. and 20th tret