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THE AllGUS, FRIDAY. FJSKKUAKY 3, 18Ua.
Kntate of J'tfpph Kiiinso, deceased.
The umiorslijned having ooen appointed cxecu
tacof the last will and test-nuent of Joatpb
Klanau. late of hc eor.nly of Kork lla-ul
state ol ll!inoli. deceased, hereby uiv mmct
tkat he will appear rtefore 'he conntv court of
Bock Island courtly, at (no otnee 01 toe ciera 01
nld court, in tho citv of Rock Inland, ai 'be
Slant term, on the And Monday In March next.
at which time all persona h winif clainil againrt
! . V, 1 J . . . .1 . .... A
saw enisle are nouueu anu reiuerieu iu itin;un
for the nunvwe of havinir the name -diusted. AU
persons indebted to said estaf o are requested to
aisice immediate payment to the nnaentnrnea.
Dated this 1st diy tif November, A, D. 1RW.
J 8. MATTHEW. Ktwcntor.
Karate of Dennis Warren, Decease 1.
The andrtigned having been arpiHnted a inin
latrator of the estate of Dennis Warren, late
of tlie conaiyor Knelt Itlai.ri, state of Hl
ois, deceased, hereby Rives notice tiat he will
appear boore the county coon of Rock Island
enunlv, at the ofice f the clerk of sntd coart, in
the city of hVxjk Island, at the March term, on
thsflrsi Monday in March next, at which time
all pers ns havinz claims against aid estate are
notified and requested to attend, for the purpose
of having the same adiuxten.
All rx tsone indebted to ssid i state are rea nes
ted to mate immediate payment to the nnder-
tinted this 7th day of Jannsry, A. t. 1C93.
I'HILK.mON L. MITl'lI-Lb. Administrator.
Sstate of Wll iara U. Morrow, Deceased.
. The ondergipned having been appointed admin
istrator of uie estate of Wtllia-n H. M rrow, la'.
of the eonnty of Hock Island. st ie iff Illinois, de
ceased, hereby gives notice tha: he will appear
before the eonnty court or Kx K istaua coun
ty, at the office of the clerk "f sstd court. In
the citv of Rock Island, at the April term, on
the first Monday in April rei, at which
time all persons having claims ava.ua said es
tate are notified and reqnested to nit'-m. for 1 he
purpose of having the same adjusted. All per
sons Indebted to said estate are reqnested to
ai.nne immediate pavment to the nnder-iirnen.
Dated this SMihdavo" J' nary, A D. lxS.
W M. N. M RTIN. M'm'nistraor.' '
BTATB OY ILLINOIS, I
Rook 1lhd Coitntt, I
In the Oirouit Uo irt of Kock Island County to
the May Term, a. D. 1S!IS
Mry Kreemin vs. Mar-ball freeman.
ffiitice is hereby gven t the raid Marshall
Freemar. hat tho abo e named co-npl-iinsnt
hrreioforc filed her biilof :ompltiit in s .id coort
oa the cl'an'-ery side th ref. and th t a sitnmoie
there npou be issued on' of stid rourt agai ist the
abav- named defendant retnrnsble nuon the 8 st
day of t(i term of the circuit court of Ro k Island
coanty, to he helii nt the court hou-e in Kock Isl
aai, in ai l Ko k I-la d con ity on the first Mon
day of M .y, . 1) 1S9J, as is required by law and
which smt is a ill pending.
Dated this '.'net dv o' r'ebrnarv. A. T. 1853.
GtOKG . liAMBLK,
lerk of tue Circuit Court.
McSM-y MCn rv "o -citors.
By virtue of a spscial execution and fee bill No.
' 0467, issued out of the clvrk's office of the circuit
court of Rook Island county, ard state of Illinois,
and to me directed, whereby I am commanded to
make the amount of a certain judgment recently
obtained a.-ainst L. Crorby, in lav-.rof G W.
Mctnrnev.ont of the lands, tenement", goods and
rbatt'ds of tho said defendant, 1. Crosby I
have levied upon the following property, to-wit :
Lots Konr (4.) Five (3.) Six iH.i Seven (7.)
Fight '8, Ho block Twent,-nne ( 9.V in Water
town Connty of hook I-laml and tat; of ll'inols.
Therefore, according tosaid commaud I shallex
potte forsale at public auction all the riht, title
and Interest of tho above named. L. Crosby,
In and tothe above described iiroperty, -m Wednes
day. the lath day of February, 1HW-S, at 3 o'clo k
p. m , at the north door of the court house
rn the city or Rock Island, in th connty of Rock
Island and state of Illinois, for cash iu hand, to
aatisfy sals execution and ft e bill.
Mated at Rock Island this Slsl day f Jannary,
A. D. 1K5.
C. D GORDON.
Sheriff of Rork Ilnnd ''oun'y, Illinois.
OTICK in Attachment.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, i
Rook IsLaWD ' 'onTY. t
Oircnit court of Kock Island county, Ma term,
A. I. 1H93
The People's National Bank of Ro;k Island, U1.,
vii O. W. Mos'er, In attiu hm nt.
Puhli notice is hereby eiv. n t. the said O. W.
Moshrr tlia' a writ of artachment issued ont of
he office of tnc lerk of the circuit coart of Rock
Islsnd ronntv, da'ed th. 31st dav of Jnnnarv. A
f. 191, a the suit of tho said Peop'e's Nutiorsl
Rank and a aiu-t tne c1at- of tie siid '.. W.
MoBiier o- f e a im of T n Th Misaiid (810,000 001
dollnra, directed to the sherd of said Rvk Island
eonnty. wbxu said writ has been returned exe
ontRil N iw, therefore, unless yon, the said C. W.
Mosh r, sh'il! personally be a d appear before tha
said ' Ircnit c ur of K ck I-land connty on the
first day of the next ter n thereof, to be holden at
the court bouse in the city of Koci Island, in siid
anon y.on the II st d y of My. A. I lti'13. give
special b il atid pie id to the snid plsinti t s ac
tion j'idcnien' will he entered aainnt yon. and
ia favor of the said Peooli ' National Bank, and
so much of tne i roperty attached a m y be suf
aclewt to sati-fy the said judgment tod coa.s, will
buoo.d to satisfy thesam.
GE iROK W. GAMBLE, Clerk.
Jas. L. TIaas, Plaintiff's At.orney.
January 31, A. D. 1803.
OTICK TO CONTRACTORS.
Setled proposiils will be received at tic citv
clerk's office, kock Island, III., nntil Feb. B, 1H!,
at p. ni., for ronsfriictii'g the improvements
ordered hy an ordinance of said city, entitled
".Hi ordinaoce for tho Improvement of Twen
tieth street from thr south line of Ninth avenue
to the aorih I ne of Eighteenth avenue," pissed
Angust 8, UW2; also an ordinance for the im-provt-ment
of Kipitcenth s n et, from the south
line of Tti!rd avenue to ihe no th I n - of
fteventh avenue, passed January 5th, 194;
also "An ordinance fr tne improvement
of "onrth avinue from the west line of Fir-t
treet to the Wist line of Twentieth street
and from the e.ist line of Twei.ty-thirri street to the
west line of Twent-fourih street, and of Twenry
fonrfh street fro u the suth lin of Third avenne
to th.-north line of Fifth avenue," pas-ed Jan.
10, lHMH. and for furnishing the material a' d doing
the work according to the lans and specificatiuns
on fl e at the city cierk's ofHce,
Blat.k bids w.ll i e furnished on application.
Bids mot he separate for e;ch impnivemcnt
above siiecified, ami accompanied with a certified
check in the sum of CVIO. payable to the order of
the rrcasur.-r of said city, which shall become for
feited to sain city in case ihe bidder shall fail to
ente.r into contract with approv. d sureties to exe
ente the work for tic price nv ctloned in bis bid,
and according to the plans and specific itions is
ths event that the contract auonld be awarded to
The riuht to reject any and all bids or pro
posais s hereby expressly reserved by said City
Rock Island, III., January, 17,
STATE OF ILLINoTT I
Rook Island County. I8P
In thacouuty court or said county to the Decern
ber lerm, A. 1). l!nl.
J. R. Johns'on. administrator to the estate of
Rosalia Hartna;-el. deceas d. vs Thos. Campbell
Amelia Koher. Theodore Ilaraiagel, Wm. ilart
nagel, and K twin Harrnagel
AtHidavit of non-residence of the said Amelia
Rntanr, Theodore Uartnael, Wm. Hannagel, and
Kdwin liartnagel h iving be n Uled in the office of
the clerk of said county court, notice i hereby
given to the anid Amelia Koher, 1boe. Camp
bell, Wm. Hartiuigcl, Theodore Hannagel. and
Edwin liartnagel. Heirs of the said Rosalia Hart
nagel. rie. eased that the said i. R. Johnston,
administrator of the estate of Rosalia Ilartnag I.
deceasi-d, fl ed in the said connty court on the 24th
day of December, A. D. 12, his petition making
the said Theodore liartnagel, Eruul a Koher,
Thos. Campbell, Wm. liartnagel, and Edwin
Hartnagcl, ocfendsntsand that summons there up
on be issued out of said rourt aga'nst theabove nam
ed defendants, returnable on tne first day of the
term of said county court to be held at the court
konse In siid connty on tiie first Monday of Feb
ruary A. I. IfW, as is by law required, and wh.ch
ault Is atili ponding.
Now unless you appear in said conrt on the first
day of the March term thereof to be he:d at the
courthouse in tin city of Rock Island, in said
coontr and state on the first Monday of March A.
D. J 803, and plead, answer or demur to the peti
tion there tn filed the aumn will be taken as
confessed auainst yon and judgment therein
.against you entered accordingly.
Dated this ISth. day of January, A. D. 1893.
IIJALMAR KOdliBiK, Clerk.
McEaiRT McBnibt bolicltora.
'HE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND
NEW ANC MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
My doctor s irs It arts gently on tho stomach, liver
and kidneys, ml ! a pleasant laxative. This drink
is made 1mm herria, and la prepared rirUBe as eails
str-a. It Is c tiled
AUdraggisttsell ltnt Ste. and ti nt) per nackagn.
diiv one to dov. Lane's Family Kledieine moves
tne howrla t sefc dav e arderto Lc healthy- tiii
5a il' V dice.
7 r X.s-.fe and rel able med'eine
M?w discovered. Beware of nn-
l3S principled druggists wh of
fer inferior O'Cdlcines in place of this. Ask foi
Cook's OotT' n Hoot iomHinsn, take no snhsti
tnte, or inclose fl and a cec.ts in postage in letter,
and w -will tend, sealed, by retnrn mail Fall
sealed particulars in plain envelope, to ladies
only, .-tamp. Address
POVD LM.Lt rCPANY,
Vo. 8 Fisher Block, Detroit Mich.
Sold In Kock Island hy Marshall & Fishei, Hs
per House, U rt A Hannsen Sdih street and So
avt.. and drn :v:sts eve-vwhre.
Ail Clmc jJiseases
Successtiil v Treated Upon the
Latest Scientific Principles.
No Expert TientstorrFalse Representa
tions. Cinsnltatiaa, Examination
an i Advice Free and Con
fidential. At Harper HruseT Saturday,
Dr. Lyman P. 'Walter, who has spent many
months In visit mg the inho'a ories of the great
Korop. a. pel. Mists, will ti it f-ork Is and to
t:r.-ei mi' paitenu wno will mil npon him. Dr
Walter is well l.rown tn this state and section.as
he has trea d 'i great, many of our people di.r.nr
his v sit- in ViU vicinity, lie is a specialist iu
th none, throat. Ini-e and stomach tronhta n.s
Tous diseams and blood and skin diseases, lie
is an ex -ellent snrp.-oi and hat achieve! r-nia-k-ahl-
triumphs in the field of snrom n.
tr-ats turces-fnllv acute xnr. n-.
catarrh, chr sic diarrhoea, painful or
suppressed merstraton. inflammation of
the womb, inflanmation of the bladder, diabetes
dyspepsia, constipation, kidney, orinarv and'
madder troubles. Brnrht's disease tar,
crooked limbs and enlar ed joints, clnb toot w hite
swe ling, nervon-mess and general debility, impo
fa ncy. leucirrlea, pimple-, blotches, cancer,
dropsy, gravel leet. gonorrhoea, hydrocele, h- art
disease, hgteria. St. Vitns danen ni:;.
rheumatism, asf ma. female weakness etc
Ir. Walter is a verv fit e rnimimn and isn ... a
namberof medals as trihates to his skill He
pnsiiivel, c res -pilepsv (fit), hemorrhoids (plle)
and all illn and bi 'od di-ea-ov by imp-o ed and
ntver falling remedies. Small liimors. cancers,
warts, moles, ev... are removed without acids or
knife and withot t leaving a scar.i- -
?1SE3I t"i, m tkDitosB.; CSir.t
In diseases of -Jie eve Dr. Walter is an expert
Crosseo eyes ar strnightened in one m .mcnt of
life and withour pain. He ens lv n'midies weak
ard watery eye dropping of the It is, tri a mill
ions, aore eyes o an form, wild haira, . atiirart,
false pnpil-, spi te, scum and t"rt ing of the lids
Roaring noises in the ear. pMrtis.l deafness, ul
cerations, oiscliarges, earache, etc., are cured
Nasa1 caters-, ha enrse of this climate, with
all Its abhorrent teitnr a. yie ds at once to i'ie
system of treatrrent pnrs- ed bv T)r. Walter. Tie
can i-how s, great -r record of cures in ctiarraj
cases than any pi ysician living.
r ' LKT'IOVBLI S
Ladies who are afflicted with headache, languor
and the w aknefes common to the sex. find a
w..n erfnl friend In Dr. Waiter. i;e Is skilled in
the t raiment o' their troubles, esicinllv in
bio. ting, nervons prostration, general debility,
sleeiilo-sne'S, depression, indlg tion, ovaria'n
t'onb es, intiiimrr nion and ntternt on. faldna and
disol cements, spinal weakness, tlnoy corn
pi. inteaud change of life.
Immediately cured and fnll vigor re
stored. This di"tressng affliction, which
renders life a burden and marriage impos
sible. Is the pena tv paid hy the victim of imuro
per indulgence. The most chaste must acknow
ledge that the passions are the great magnet by
which the whole world is at tracer!. Destroy
them and whut h ve we? Man is no longer inter
ested In the oppo-drr sex; the interchange of that
blissful repose wl Ich now attracts and interests
the whole world exists no longer; man ceases to
be what 4od made him; the world is no longer in
tererting to htm, and remorse and di-ap' intment
are bis constant companions. ( onsnlt Dr. Walter
at once, and yon will find the si mpatby and re
lief that yon positively reqnire to be happy.
Those who des re to address communicat'ons
to Dr. Walter m ly send letters to his Chicago
office. The full address Is
Lyman P. Walter, M. D.,
6748 State St.. Chicago.
A aew and Complete Treatment, consisting of
suppositories. Ointment in :apsul, also in Box
and Plila; a Posit ve C ure for JJxternal. Blind or
S,, " "ching, Chronic Recent or Hereditary
riles, Femals weaknesses and tnr.nv other dis
eases; it is always a great benefit to the general
health. The first dlscoverr of a medical cure ren
dering an operatic n with the knife unnecessary
hereafter. This lie medy has never been known
to fall l per bo t for Jo; sent by mall. Why
suffer from this te -liable ds-ase when a written
guarantee is positiviy given with fl bottles, to re
fund the money f not cured. Send stamp for
tree sample, Gna-auteo l.s.td by our agent.
JAPANESE LIVER PELLETS
Acts like magic or. the Momach, Liver and Baw
es; dispels Kyspewia, Biliousness, Fever. Colds,
Nervous Disorders flleeplessness.Loss of Appetite!
restores the compleciion; perfect digestion fol
lows their nse. fodtlve care lor Biok Hbadachb
and Constipation. Hmall, mild, taey to take. Large
Vials of 50 Pills 86 cents. J K
HARTZ BAM. 48 Ik N Sole Ageau Bock Island
iT 1 A wnt discovery by an old
7i t phystclan Successfnlly used
J,-) VJ n nntbly hy thonsands of la
& dies. Is the only rerfcct'.y
Vila a, du Jii.;,:t wk. II:
SOME CREAT FEATS OF STRENGTH.
Remarkable Stories or the Prowess of tho
After the Spanish ocenpation of the
Grand Canary, a certain enormous
Btone was for a loner time pointed out
as one of the instruments of the
Gaunche athletic courses. The natives
had been able to lift it, set it on their
shoulders, and even throw'it over their
heads. Their degenerative posterity
and the Spaniards could not raise it
from the ground. Tradition has im
mortalized one Adargonia or Grand
Canary who could wrestle for two con
secutive hours, and having been
thrown undermost in a certain contest
got his antagonist between his legs
and arms and squeezed him so that his
boiii-s in hii toi iai k. The native was
siiiMt-.j-MMitly sout :i a prisoner to
f;a :i. where he a!. .n lorl the people
witii iiU performance.-.
:'.c day in Neviiie lie w::s visited by
K..utii of La Mancha who was anxious
to try a bout with bim. "My good
f'.i ' i-l," said A'largonin, "as we are
giiiug tf wrestle together it is only
reasonable that we should begin bv
drinking something."' A laro-e bowl of
wine having been Lroughtr he took
this in one hand and continued to ad
dros the" challenger: "If with both
your arms you can overpower one of
mine, so as to hinder me from drink
ing this wine we will try our strength
together. If not, you may return"to
your home." The struggle took place,
and Adargoma by degrees drained the
bowl in the coolest manner. His one
hand was more than a match for the
It was reckoned nothing out of the
common for a man to take an unteth
ered ox by the horn with one hand and
slay it with the other. A certain na
tive born priest of Grand Canary in
the seventeenth century showed that
lie inherited some of nis ancestors'
vigor, for one day. hearing that an
enraged bull had broken loose and was
in the street, he ran out, and, grasp
ing it by the leg. threw it down and
so held it until its owner was able to
secure it. This doughty son of the
church before his death chanced to
have one of his lers amputated for
cancer. It was then found that his
thigh-bone was solid, with no trace of
marrow. It must be confessed, how
ever, that the relics of the Canarlans
now found in their burying-places do
not bear out the inference that this
was a national characteristic, though
their dimensions are certainly a testi
mony of the strength and size of their
PRINCE OF OFFICE BOYS.
An Editor's Rnardian Who Was Worth
His Weight In Gold.
He was an office boy worthy of a
place among heroes, albeit his lot was
cast in the newspaper office of a west
ern town, where enduring fame is
crowded to the wall, says the Detroit
Free Press. He occupied a place at
the foot of the editorial stairs, and it
was his duty to give warning to the
editor when an irate visitor came with
a gun to correct an item appearing in
the paper. With a polite bow and a
gracious smile he was wont to inform
the visitor that he would go and see
if the editor was in, and then, if the
editor concluded, fi-nm tho l,r,'.. Aa-
seription of the caller, that it was safe
ue was m ; otherwise he
crawled into a fireproof safe in a back
room and waited until the danger was
past. One day a man came wTio was
particularly ugly. He was a lawyer
politician in the neighboring town, and
the editor had not filtered the lan
guage he used in describing his moral
"I want to SOP tho prlifrtr " Kfl wtr,,t-l
ed. as he started upstairs.
i it see it he is in, sir," smiled the
boy, innocently getting in his wav.
"Well. I (rniSk nr.f " .,.l.,;mJ t.
visitor, grabbing him by the coat col
lar. "I've heard how the chump has
a way of turning people down when
.iTOM i want io ep mem ana 1
won't have if. Vnn t.r ri.t
yon are and I'll attend to this business
myself." And he slapped the boy
down hard in a rickety chair.
The boy gasped, but be didn't lose
"That's all rio-Lt miclrr " l.o 1
. , - - -' ' , " piu,
ShOVino a rmrl rf nuntr r,A :i
i - - ..f'i i t&tj't M-iiLii ait
the man, "but before you go up them
stairs won't you please write out an
aute-mortem stat einent fur llCA nt Ida
1 he man stopped a moment in his
"It'S a f.tVlir tn TOO C". ..InorU.I . U
bov, "for the coroner iriv,la mo i,t.
lar apiece for 'em, and the live or six
a week I get barelv supports my poor
sick mother and nm." and he w iped
ui ejus on ms coat sleeve.
The bov's nmliotio oQi-nnooueo -r
!ected the visitor visibly.
Till cr er " hi- ksclutiul i,
started for the door, "on the whole. I
guess I'll postpone my visit until this
afternoon," and then he disappeared,
and the boy drew a long breath and
chuckled away down in his honest lit
Bow to Gtt a Hadome Huiband-
"Wben'er fome Incky Indian maiJen
"onnd a red ear in the husking,
'Muskal' cried they altogether:
'Mug .a!' you shall have a sweetheart
You shall have a handsome husband."
The hand on e man alwavs admir. s the beauti
ful woman. Then fimily make your-elf beanti
ful. liomove all blotches, pi mples, "forked s igrns
of turkey tracks" from your features, by the nse
of Dr. Pierce s Favorite Prescription, a tonic to
the nervous, circtfatory and procreative system-.
Its ute brings roses to the cheeks, and sparkle
to the eyes. Tske it, and you will, like the Indian
maiden, find a "red ear" in good health, an omen
of future happiness. Guaranteed to give satis
faction in every case, or money paid for It re
fuelled. I can recommend Ely's Cream Blm to
all sufferers fmm dry catarrh from per
sonal experience. Michael H-.rr, Pnar
I had catarrh of the head and throat
for five yean. I used Ely's Cream B!m
and from the fl-Bt application I was re
lieved. I he B:nBc of smell, which had
been loet, was reetortd after using one
bottle. I have found the Balm the only
satisfactory remedy far catarrh, and it
has effected s cure in my case. H. L.
Meyer, Waverly, N. T
It Bhenld be m Every House.
J. B. Wilson, 871 Clay street, Sharps
burg, Pa., says he will not be without
Dr King's New Discovery for consump
tion, couehs and colds, that it cured bis
wife who was threatened with pneumonia
after an attack o! "la grippe," when va
rious other remedies and several physi
cians had doue her no good. Robert
Barber. f Cokpi.rt( Pa., claims Dr.
King's New Discovery bus done him more
itood than bus thins; he ever used for
luna trouble. Nothing; like it. Try it.
Free trial bottles at Uarta & Bahnseu'e
drug store. Laree bottles, 50c and $1.
This remedy is becoming so well known
and so popular as to neo no special men
tion. All who haye used Electric Bitters
sing the same eons of praise. A purer
menicine does not exist and it is guarant
eed to do all that is claimed. Electric
Bitters will cure all disa?es of the liver
and k'rineys will remove pimiles, boils,
ai!t rht um and other affections caused by
luiijute hlooii. Wil drive malaria from
tho system and pn-vent as well as cure all
tun nri! f vr For c re of headache,
i-nii-t.itf.tifn at.d irti ocsiiiin try Electric
Bivters Enire sHtioiaution cuarauteed,
or money r:ft,otUd Price 50 cents and
fl.Ol) p r" ! f.:t e at Kurtz & Bahneen's
.- !... imai s-'.!ve 1st the world 'or caw,
Ofuis-j?., scrto, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
coma and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect 8aViBrcron
jr :uoney refunded. Price 85 cents per
box. For ie bv Hartz & Bahnsea
VTheja Baby was sick, we gave her Uastoria.
"VThen she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
Lane's Family Medicine moves
the bowels each day. Most people need
to use it.
For beauty, foi comro : for improve
roent of the complexion ise only F02
zoni's Powder: 'here a B.'Ndng eauai to.
Coughing leads to consumption
Kemp's Balsam will stop the c. ugh at
mm CHILD BIRTH EASY.
Colvla, La, Dec. 2, lfS6.-My wife used
MOTHEH'S FRIEND before her third
confinement, and nays she would not be
without it for hundreds of dollars.
Sent by express on receipt of price. J11.S0 per bot
e. book " i'o Mothers '' uiailed fiee.
BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.,
VOW ftLK V tuenUGIlKT,.
Sold bv Hartz Bahnen
Hanaer of Waite's CelehrateJ Comedy Go
Premium Band and Orchestra.
Dr. Xili-t Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
on will rememher the condition I was In fire
yenrs ago, when I was eil'.icted with a combina
tion of diseases, nnd tlirapht there was wo mcl
reuse 1 tried all kind-1.1 medicines, and soorta
if emiiicut plivsiciai.5. ly uervc were prostrated,
pmrlurine diz2ines. tieiirt trouble and all the ills
Uiat cake ltle miserable. I commenced to take
DR. MILES' NERVINE
and tn three months 1 ws rcnncTLV euato.
In ir.v travelseach year, when I see the tbowuti.us
of pbyaicai wrecks, suflering from nervous pros
tration, taaing prescriptions trom
local Dbvsiciaiis who have no knowl
4 local pbysiciaas who have no knowl-
edire of their cans, and whose death
edge of their case, and whose death
is certain, I feel like going to them and saying,
"firr Dn. Milew MEitviNC am o wc euRtn " In
my profession, b. w where there
are so many su . II a M frerers from
overwork.men w ar prostra
tion and nervons exhanstlon, bfemebt on by the
character of tha business engaged in, I would
ae a sure core for all auSering from these causes,
Jajus &. W-IT8.
Sold on m Positive Guarantee.
Dr. MILES' PI LLS. 50 Doses 25 Crs.
r- T e. c . f r z e '-j"-
av A BEWABH OP CETJDE COCOAS SOL,, -T
. -'BEST AND COE8 FARTNFStT s
is ManTHactured on Scientific Principles. Hlhi m is, .
known all over the civilized Globe as the X. , ? S
of Chicago, th well koowa asd suocespfol specialist in Chronic l
Xjz ai Ear, by request of mauy friends and rtiemg'h
Rock Island, Friday forenoon, Feb-1 0th. at the Rock ki
iioune, jeaxor iiouse, aiternoon of earns day
Oiaja'tafon anl ei-nnti-n free and eonfldential in the p rl.im i,. a . ,,
toiara. OS K DAT ONLY.
?urgeon-in-Chief Inter-State Association of Expert Specialists i? ackroW . I
.... v.,.vy, , t-uiumi tuu itcrvuus uieafts in tr.;s cocrtrr,
Cr. A.. , '. .v. .i : . : . : t . i, . , .
vjiauuaiiiig v. nit uituii-tttiii iitun hk: vnivrr?ny ei itiicnicn hetnrkrntii..
diseases of the Eye and Ear and the so-called obstinate and incurable Chronic '-3
""""S iiiaiiy ycais i siuuy anu rcsearcn in some 01 tne Dejt hospitals a-d r-J
he world. He is not to be classed with the ordinary traveling doctor hity
not even a graauate ot a repu'abl; Medical College, in addif.on to a arf v-
tc ne visits a iew 01 me important cities ol lilmois and brings his erest
rience to those whn rnnlil n.-t wll itltcranl ,KA r. t
. : . ...i. t-.i, tanur, aj'prcaerKxtl
eitetnent of visiting a Urge cuy. Thousands die or become confirmed inval:, J
.acK ot SKiiiea ana expert medical and surgical treatment.
NerVOUS Diseases Nervousness, Nervous
Debility, Impaired Memory, Mental Anxi
rty. Absence of Will Power, Melancholy,
Weak Back, etc., etc., arising oftentimes
trom indiscretions or from organic disease
.n other organs. From neglect or improper
rratment these diseases often end in Mel
ancholia Insanity or Suicide.
Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis and Hay
fever are all curable. The 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,
:ured by the 1-test 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 ol cure.
BRING SAMPLE URINE FOR FREE EXAMINATION.
au.j..i r n , .....
viuiiuci iui biu e rerieutea in cases wntcn nave been neglected or ursiii'i.i':
to experiments or failures. After examination, f a case is found incur.li,sl
tent wm dc conesUy lntorrted.
bases ana UOrresponaence stnc;.y con&dential and treatment sent tv rraiJ 5
BUt personal consultation preferred. Send stamp for question 'ists. A idress
l v e-v
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;titm ami i.-:itnry. .
Pn'-. .n Rock inland by Hartz v. 3.haBo d Aw. t.nd Silih trr.
IT st it your 0771 way.
'. tlitf ?ti Soap iiiad
For .ihiu NJacLiu- use.
WARKOGK & RALSTON.
T. H. THOMAS.
Siii7 SfiHlJ1 atOT"s for I'ronpeetu of the
moos M(-tropolltan Bulimia Onllrara. rhknua.
(Creara- OoouplealtsovtuTmikllnir .- !irt
nt otrH.-j ...
Diseases of Rprfnm i-
Fistula, and Ulcers cured pcrrr.s:- !
out pain, knife, cautery, or de.esil
Epilepsy, Catalepsy, Etc.,
wonderful new discovery.
Skin Diseases, Eczema, Pscnii
t-iincn, etc., eic treated KKtsr.l
Diseases of the Stomatfc, Ll
Diseases of Women re
taken in time before the ncrvrafrj
shattered. Delay and impr. y ;nd
tne cause of so many ur.r. -this
class of cases.
Diseases of the Heart ard I'wA
large majority of so-cilltii iiei
Diseases of the Eye and Ear '-
ations necessary done with.-u:raj
witnout the use of anaesthetics
3R L H. DEYOE. 789 warren Ave.. Cbia
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where smonir the ladiec ' " '
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(1 sent di9xt, sealed; itiornnt.v
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