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T1IK AltGUS. WEDNESDAY DKCUhlliEH fc8, 1892.
THE TRAYELEKS' GUIDE.
CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND A FAt TIC KAIL
way Dfpot eorni-i rifthaveiine and Thirty
Irst street. Prank U. Plnmmer, agent.
tKiOT. 1 JWwt,
Council Bluffs A KInneso-1
ta Day Kxprese I
li : am 4:41 am
asanas inty Day
lay Express.. 0:S7 pm
;xpreas.. ...... S;S0 pml
i Mmneao-1 ) I
ta h x-ress
Omaha and Drover Verti-1
kale Kxpress 1 1 44 am, :M am
Ksnsas ;uy Limited . :4 am'll ;10 pa
snart Rot. IsUnd luwl 5:40pm' 9:0 m
Daily, tuoimtut. tuning new,
BTJKLINtiTON RoUTB-C, B. A SJ. KAIL
way Depot First arenas and Sixteenth si.
U.J. Young, asent.
St. Loom i i or ess
t.Loi' f. i.-oot
St. Paul Express
Beardstown Passenger. ..
Way Freli'ht (Monmoath).
Ml Paol Kxpress
6 .40 am
7 :? pm
1 :60 pm
iQ y a
7 :S5 am1
5 til am
11 : am
CHICAGO, MlLWAUKKB A ST. fAUL KAlir
war Racine Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and He cod
avenne, K. D. W. Holmes, stent.
TRAINS. Lsavi.. Aaaivx.
Mall ana ttvpreee 7:00 a 9:00 ;r
8t. Paul Kxpr- ss 3:rH)pm 11:4) an
Ft. A Accommodation :4S.ir t.:10,.n
ROCK ISLAND PiOKlA RAILWAY DB
pot First arena and Twentieth nlreet. F.
TRAIN'S. LiAv ahkiv.
Fast Mill Usyruss ! sTtftarai 77(5 pir
Ex-prese 2:20 pm 1 :SA ptt
Cable Act'iatB.vlwifMi 9:10 arc' 3:00 pn
' " I 4-00 nm :n ir
MOST DTliXCT ROUTS TO THS
"Flast. South and Southeast.
.. S:it am
. I 8:4'i am
... :( am
. i 0 am
..11 :1S timl
3 "-7 pm
'd 57 p n
4 :55 pm
X. Oh jc
. ; 1:15 pm'
. : S:40 pm
. 4-0C pm
1 1:50 pm
.) 6 :.'6 pm
1 r-in nm
1:10 a t
1 :-J0 am I
11 -.00 pm
WIST BOCTSD .
La. Peoria . . . .
Ar. Bock lawr.1
I l:ypm; 7:05 pm
.-AeeommoliiUou trains leave Ko-fc Is'and at
ra. and 8.83 p. m ; arrive at Peoria 1:50 p.
m. and 1 :15 a. m. Leave Peojia 6:00 a. m. and
7 rii p. m ; arrive Rock Island 4 .00 p. m. and 1 :S3
11 trains r in dally exeeut Sunday.
At: i itcertrains arrive and depart Cnion
Free Cnairct'on Fast Expres between Rock
l9ond and feuria, boti directions.
Tnroas tioken to all points; haia?e cnerkrd
Lv. island. 9.10 am 4.00 pm
Arr. R-snld- 10 20 am 5.06 pm
" P' 111.00 am 5.40 pre
A com. Accom.
Lv. !!jtU 6.l am 1..0 pm
At. Kivn'rl-i 7.,.) IO; pnl
" H-tct Nlan i 7.55 am S.00 pa
K. a. jUD',0', ... -tTOUKHOLt S
Sapur'ntsn lent H -l'1 Txt. A ic-1
WWCQWrnTEB WTH THE GXOGHAPHY OF ThTs COUNTRY WIU 0BTAW
MUCH VAl 4 ABLE IKF0R1IATK3K FROU A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF T-,lt
CMC20, Eoci M k Pa-Jo Ef ,
The Direct Route to t-l from Cliict. Jollrt, 4insva
Psesia, La Salle, Molina, Rout l iana. In ILLlMiId.
Ivnport, Muscatine, Ottajiwr. Oskalo-isa, l)e
ftttm. Wnteriat, Audubon, IIarU.n and Cnriv:ii
Butt, tm IOWA; Minneapolis ana St. Tnul. In MIN
KESOTA; yTaUrtown and Sionx Falls, In DAKOTA ,
Oiasifu, St. Joseph and Kansas City, in MlSSOl"i:i
Omaha, Lincoln, Falrbury and Kelson, in KEERASK A
Afchlson. LaaTcnworta. Hortoc, Topota, Butrblnscn
Wichita, Bsllevills. Abilene, Dodge City, Caldell, It
KANSAS; Kingfisher, El Reno aril Allnco, in ISDIA
TERRITORY; Denver, Colorado Springs and rueblo
In COLORADO. Traverses new areas of rich farminf
end grazing lands, affording the best facilities of inlr
oemnmntratton to all towns and cities ast and men,
awrthwest and southwest of Chicago and to Pacific unit
VJLST1&ULE EXPRESS TRAINS
Xnrng alt competitors In splendor of equipment
between CHICAGO and DES MOINES. COUNCIL
K.TJFF8 and OMAHA, and between CHICAGO a-m
DEXTER, COLORADO SPRINGS and PUEBLO, rl
KANSAS CITY and TOFEKA and via 8T. JOSEPH
First. Class Day Coaches, FREE EECLININO CHA1B
rlARS, and Palace Sleepers, with Dining Car Service
Class coaBscUons at Denver and Colorado Springs wnl.
diverging railway lines, now forming the new and
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTE
Over ",hlch snperbly-equtpie(l trains run laii
THROWS II WITHOUT CHANGE to and from Sett
Lake City, Ogdes and Ban Fuiclaco. TIIE RO' i;
ISLAND is also the Direct ana Favorite Line to ato
from nanitou. Tike's Peak and all other sanitary and
nenic resorts and cities and mining districts la Colorado
DAILY FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
From St Joseph and Eanxas Citv to and from e!l Ira
portnnt tr-rm. cl-.lc and section! In Scuthern Xerr:isUa
rlamv mi) a.: lui.i 1 ?rri:ory .-vise via aLLEI:!
LKa KwUIE i:om Kansas City and Chicago H-lr
town, f-.ioux lalli, MIXKEAPOL1S and 61. ATJL
nneci;:me for all points north and northwest betweer
tie lakee jnu the Pacific Coast
For Tickets, Maps, Folders, or desired tnformauot
. PP'y to any Coupon Ticket Ofllos In the United Btatea
Canada, or address
I. ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN,
3wi Manager eealTkt.tBraa.jLct.
STAT3 SAVINGS BANK.
Office Ootaer Flfteeath street and Third Ave,
Succeeds th s Moline Sa vines b ana-. Onranlsed 1869
5 PcrCE iT.lKTEBEST .'AID OS DEPOSITS,'!
Crcanlsed aader State Law.
Open from 9 a. m. to 1 a., and Wednetdsy and
i atnrday nlgbu fromT to 8pm
Ports B Slum, President
H. A. Aomwobtb, - - Vice-President
I. P. Hiikwit, ... cashier
Porter f klnner, W. W. Wells,
C. A. Rise, H. A. Ainsworth,
O. H. B awards, W. H. Adams.
Andrew Frlberg;, C. F. Hemenway,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for private parties in the ear den
spot of the west by lbs
Orchard State Bank
? ORCHARD, NEBRASKA.
K. W.E art. President. '
: -- J. Si Dart: Cashicr.ta
M!'ch-ll . Lynde. Rankers.
J. K. Rob nun, Castier Rock Inland National
C. C. Carter, M. D.
lLnry Dirt's Sons. Wholea'e Gro.-crs .
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v-l C iir j v
Hi, rc-Lis. a;s3:i.' otber ilme-'.r:ed ana wp.l
Xzqvl Fir ic.9urar.ee Oorj;.c.nie5 nc roiU'v-iiii:
ii ,yal Insurdnct Com iany, of EnjNan L.
eschut, f Fire fun. C.i.-n'.-a:i of ' . V.
Xaio Gi !T..rt !r Co., ti ff'ila. N. 1 .
riochf'Sttr Gerrr.un 1 1. Co.. Roci?et-r. i
Citiiens I: s. Co., of r"itt!inrc;h. Pi.
Sun Fi'e l-ifce. London.
CtSnn Ins Co., of OaUfr:!a.
eeurtTl!s. Co.. Hew H iven, Coir..
uwaake- X.-chanics Ir.s.Oi.,M'lwatee. VO
rcrmanF rc las. Co., of Pnoria.Dl,
"'i' f G-.r, ISth ftt . s:vi Socctiil Are
ROCS ISLAND. ILL.
HAYES & CLEAVELAND
Re;. repeating over 40 Million Dollars
of Cash assets.
Fire, Life. Tornado
Bonds of Suretyship
OFFICE Room 21, Vitcne'l ;Lyade's bleck
tTdecura uar rates: they will intc-res yon.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
I nsurance Agent.
The old Fire and Time tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
stf. &8 tow nny reflahie company cu afforC
Vein VaTTOoac i 8olir;td.
r;, M. PEARCE.
RiH.rc .J3 :r. Mitchell A Lynac's new block.
OR. i E. HAWTHORSE,
Teeth i-xiracted without pain by the new
o 1716 Second avenue, over Krell t ktath's.
3RS. BICKEL &SGHQEMAKER
Mitchell & Lynde's Sl(ck. Rooms 8-Sl
sTTOKNEV AT LAW-Office. In MltcheE A
fl Lynde's new block.
JJIKSON & HCUST,
4 TTOEHS'i B AT LAW. Office In Rock Isia-e
tLNational B ink a eliding. Ho !t Island. 111.
n. mitrnv. c. l. vauhb
SWEENEY ft WALKLK,
TTOHNE1B AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
AO nice In B ngston's hloek. lirx-i.- Island, 111.
MflMRT & ticOUi,
ATTORNE'i 'f AT LAW Loan troney on eooJ
Is secarlty.rr akc collections. Reference, Mite! -ellifc
Lynde. tankers, 'ffhee in Poto!llc. block
S. W. OKtLI,
7TORNEY AT LAW Former! v of Port Byron,
i and durinr the past two years with the firm of
irowiiiuir t Eatrik'-n at Moline, has now opened
m office in tho Auditorium bniiding, room 5, at
C. J. Sbabii. 8. W. Sbabxb.
SEARLE & SEARLE.
TTORNEyS and CoDnscllors stLsw 'snd 5o
llcttors In Chancery: office Btiord's .block,
OFFICIAL REPORTING IN FRANCE.
the Specclies in the Chamber of
Deputies Are KccordeU.
Fifty-one candidates assembled a few
days ago at the Palais-Bourbon to compete
for one of the vacant posts in the steno
graphic corps of the chamber. Their ex
amination furnishes the occasion to say a
word upon the ingenious service which
permits everybody to assist at the legisla
tive debates while seated at home in his
The first serious application of stenog
raphy for the reproduction of parliament
ary debates dates back as far as 1830. One
of the few surviving reporters of this time
is M. Lagache, who was for nearly fifty
years attached to the official services. His
compatriots of the Oise sent him to the
senate in 1S79. His colleapue was M. Flo
con, minister of commerce in 1548.
Abroad a considerable number of cele
brated men began life in this modest pro
fession. In England we find Charles Dick
ens, Lord Campbell and John Payne Col
lier. The verbatim report published by The
Officiel is the result of a division of work
carried to its extreme limits, not on ac
count of the fatitrue which it occasions, but
on account of the necessity to give the
speeches to the printers aVjut as soon as
they are pnmouiiced. Twelve stenogra
phers succeed each other every two Uiin
utes at the foot of the trilmnu." The edit
ing in clear style of each one of these
"takes"' requires from eij,-!it to ten times
as much time us t he "lake"' itself. When
it is terminated the stenographer returns
to the desk to "take"' for two more minutes,
an l so on lo the end .f tiie session, which
is completely written out about tweiity
minutes after the adjournment.
Another stenographer called the "re
viser' takes check notes for a quarter of
an hour, in order to have a clear under
standing of the disrusskm, so that he can
dovetail the takes f his colleagues ami nil
in the gaps.
In addition to the embarrassment of t';c
rnaa who, after having assisted at the dis
cussion, for example, of an interpolation
upon the Dahomey question, returns after
twenty mir. tiles to hear a discussion on
something else, there is t lie difficulty nnd
often the i!u;ius-jl)i!ity of following "some
orators. M. Ivn.ulfde. fcr ir.srance, is "uu
taka'oV for nio-t stenographer on ace mm
of the irregularity and the rapidity of his
utterance, which attains the maximum c.f
human force. 'JM words a minut.-, while
tie average rate of .peed is lv) words, mid
represents seventeen r eighteen lines of
The Ofiiciel. M. 'lcaienccau is also very
diflicult, while M. de Frcycinet and M.
Houvier spare t ho reporter by their uni
formity. The reviser is al.-o charged w il h the cor
rection of the proofs, and his work is some
times prolonged u:::il 4 o'clock in the
morning, owing to the all era; ions in man
uscript of the speakers, who often go !
yonii the delay of midnight allowed llum
by the rule. It is, however, his duty to
suppress all abusive corrections or altera
tions, and to give t he matter its final re
vision. The recruiting of the stenographers is
extremely difficult. The competent men
are so rare that the chamber has been
obliged to extend the age for admission to
the competitive examinations to forty-five
years. The salary varies from 4,000 to S.000
francs. The work is very arduous. It re
quires a tension of the mind which it is
difficult to form an idea of, and during
the last few years there occurred in the
staff of the chamber four cases of mental
failure and two cases of blindness. It is
hardly necessary to add that a considerable
number of these valuable functionaries
must pay their tribute to the writers'
cramp. Paris Figaro.
The bamboo, the reeds of which are use
ful in so many ways, is used by the Jap
anese as a means with which they wreak
bitter vengeance on offenders and enemies,
for it contains a poison of a terribly de
structive nature, which causes a slow and
painful death and is all the more perni
cious as it can be administered in a man
ner that defies detection.
The powerful poison is found close to
the knots of the bamboo reed in the form
of sharp black fibrous threads, which can
be easily removed with a knife, a piece of
glass or any other cutting instrument.
Mixed with water or food they are ab
sorbed without being noticed, and they
settle at once in the throat or other air
passages, which they commence to ob
struct, producing a wretched cough and
inflammation, which ends in tuberculosis
and other mortal diseases of the lungs
and throat, with ultimate death. Proofs
of this were obtained in experimenting
with a dog. The symptoms were as fol
lows: Loss of nppetite, increasing thirst,
cough and expectoration, loss of flesh,
protruding eyes, manifest anxiety and op
pression, with death following in a short
time. Chicago Mail.
Vnemployeil Army Officers.
Attention is again being drawn to the
excessive number of our general officers.
It seems that up to the present date we
have l.B.'iS generals, of whom S36 are "re
tired" from the British army, 3G7 are "re
tired" or "unemployed" on the Indian list
and 374 "retired" from the Indian staff
corps. There a:-e some 600 or 700 who are
not really generals, but have retired with
honorary rank, yet they are all drawing
pay of some sort, directly or indirectly, on
the ground of past services.
According to General T. E. Knox there
are on the British list six field marshals
who do nothing, fifteen generals, forty-four
lieutenant generals, 100 major generals, and
eighteen local and temporary major gener
als who are unemployed, but drawing
some sort of pay all the same. London
Early Application of tlo Clepsydra.
The earliest application of the clepsydra
principle to produce motion was by Tsiang
Hnng, A. D. 126, who made an "orrery"
representing the apparent motion of the
heavenly bodies around the earth, which
was kept going by dropping water.
In the Sixth century of the Christian era
an instrument was in use in China which
indicated the course of time by the weight
of water as it gradually came from the
beak of a bird nnd was received in a vessel
on a balance, every pound representing a
one-hundredth part of the day of twenty
four hours. About this time mercary be
gan to be employed in clepsydras instead
of water. Boston Globe.
The IJeht I'eriod of I-lfe.
The best half of life is in front of the
man of forty if he 1 anything of a man.
The work he will do will be done with the
hand cf a master and rot of a raw appren
tice. The trained intellect does not "see
men as trees walking," but sees everything
clear and in just measure. The trained
temper does not rush at work like a blind
bull at a haystack, but advances with the
calm and ordered pace of conscious pow
er and deliberate determination. Vick's
F.VAXSVILLE, Ind., Dec. 27. William H.
Boelker, a well-known traveling man and
a member of the firm of Roelker Bros.,
died here Saturday of consumption. He
will be buried with the honors of a Knight
Templar by Lavallette commandery.
Mrs. Laugtry lias a Ilelapse.
Loxdos, Dec 27. Mrs. Lily Ijtngtry,
whose condition was reported as having
favorably passed the critical point, has
suffered a serious relapse.
Dangerous' Crooks break Jam
ST. Louis, Dec. 27. Edward, alias
"Speedy," Murphy, Edward O'Connell and
James Morrissey, alias "Candy Alley,"
three notorious and dangerous crooks,
broke jail in the district station at Seventh
and Carr streets at an early hour yester
day morning. They managed to maka
their way to the Carr street side, but in
jumping from a window seven feet above
the ground Murphy fell and broke his leg.
He was rearrested, but the other two men
got away and are still at large.
A Little Q.il's I.xpe'len: in L ifhthccss
Mr. and Vrs. I oren Treei'V rc keep
ers of the gov. !;jtbouse at S in.i lie ich.
Mich., ard art bessi d ttn h daughter,
four years old. F-ast April she whs taken
down with mcuskf, fodnwed with a
dreadful cough and turning into a feyer.
Doctors st home and at Detroit treated
her, bat in vain, she grew worse rapidiy,
until she was a mere "handful of bonrs."
Then she tried Dr, King's New Discovery
and after the use of two and a hVif bot
iles, was completely cured. They S9.y
Dr, King's New Discovery is woith its
weiaht in gold, yet yon may pet a trial
bottle free at LI art z & Bahssca's drug
STSEItGTII AUD HEALTH.
If you are not feelinc strong and
heoltby, try Electric Bitters. If "La
Grippe" has left you weak scd weary, use
Electric Bitters. Th's remedy acts ilN
rectly on liver, stomieh and kidneys, cen
tly aiding those organs to perforin their
f unctions. If you arc sfilicted with sick
heiidsche. you w ili find speedy and per
n-nnent reiief by t ikinc; Electric Bitters.
One trial will convince you that this is
the remedy you need. Large bottles
oniy 50o. ut Hertz & Bahnscn's drug
iiJCSLS!? 8 AKK.CA IALVK
The best salve in Vii3 world i Dr ens,
tiausrs, serfs, ulcers, salt rhcurx, ever
siiiS, tdttvr, chapped hcds, nhUtlaiits,
co-:.s urA ail skin eruptions, tnd posi
Le cures piles, or no pay squired. It
h g-.ifcrantcsd to ive perfect satisfaction
cr money refunded. Price 25 cf rts per
box. For sale bv Bam & Fahcs p..
lack of Exercise.
li one of the prime causes of headache
in the winter. Persons accustomed to
the pure fresh iir during the pleasant
months are sutj?ct to this terrible an
noyance at this time of the year. A
boon is offered in Krause's headache cap
sules, which is guaranteed to cure any
kind of a headache no matter what ' the
cause. Headache caused by overindul
gence in food or drink late at night, can
be prevented by taking one capsule be
fore retiring and one in the morning.
One minute's lime often makes a great
difference a one minute remedy foi
Bronchitis, choking up of the throat,
lungs, etc , of course is a great blessing
Cubeb Cough Cure is such a remedy.
Cubeb Cough Cure One Minute
Too- W. Rowen, of Des Moines, Iowa
while snow boucd at Carroll, Iowa,
through raposure contracted a severe
cold. After several useless trials of var
ious remedies he purchased a bottle of
Cubeb Cough Cure, and says the cure
was macical. and after taking two doses
he could breathe freely, andeDjoy a good
eleep that eight undisturbed. Another
case is on record where a larly bad not
slept more than one or two hours a night
for months, who after using only one
bottle, was well and happy,
Po Ton avo
Neuralgia, Lame Back. Pain in tbe Side,
Sore Throat, Sprains, Soreness of tbe
Chest? Then have it no more but use
Krause's German Oil.
Cubeb Couch Cure One Minute
"When Baby was sick, we gave ber Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castor ia.
When she became Miss, she clung to Oastoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
Lane's Family Medicine moves
tbe bowels each day. Most people need
to use it.
For beauty, for comfo t for improve
ment of the complexion ise only Poz
znni's Powder: there is nothing equal to.
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough at
TTe 0'tf Vt a Rervrdy
uliirL Irfs.TS Snftty ta
UM i iir.li t ' wr?r
futVrtr'.l hat h'tir rn;.' i uJti j i ax-pcr ti;iice tbt
wea.r; afun'.rrt iutPl in fruvh cadea. -Arm.
Ajajtin GAair. la-.M, ;-iu.t JaL. lta, LL
Sect by expr. chr.'V i;":niil. on rertnto
prise, L60 per lo-...i. t,nk- to &otrers mailed tree.
CBADViCf U 5U GILATOK CO.,
ATLANTA. G A.
GGIaD liV AXaL UiiUGi-'-
Bold by Harttt Bah&MH,
Rock Island Buggy Co.
MANUFACTURERS OF -
It will pay you to call and get our Low Prices
fact -- i Wait :o.mt on ICxt treet, oei. Is; and id ave.
Hetail Trade especially soiickei.
t5b moline wagon,
iTt-c -:'-. -7 s- .
- ft -t: '
Manufacturers ol FARM, SPRIEG AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A fall and complete line of Platform and other Spring Wacons, especially au&'-ic-i; to vt
Western traded enierior woikmscehlr' scd Cnl?h. Ilinstratvd Price L t free on
n-vlicauon. See the MOLINE WAGON before purchasing
of Chicago, the well known and snecessful specialist In Chranic diseases nd lseascs or tie
T- - Eir. hj request of many friends and ratients'has decided to rc-ris.;
Rock Island, Friday forenoon, Jan. 13th, at the Rocklsland House.
Moline, Keator House, afternoon of same day,
CsBraltatioo and examination free and confidential in the p vrlara attheiotc'. from San.
tolJm. ON'E DAT OSLT.
f abfc1" 'V
Surgeon-in-Chief Interstate Association of Expert Specialists is ackrowledged to
most skillful practioner in Chronic and Nervous Diseases in this country.
Graduating with distinction from the University of Michigan, he took up the study ol
diseases of the Eye and Ear and the so-called obstinate and incurable Chronic Diseases,
ievoting many years of study and research in some of the best hospitals and colleges cf
"he world. He is not to be classed with the ordinary traveling doctor, who too often is
not even a graduate of a reputable Medical College. In addition to a large home prac
tice he visits a few of the important cities of Illinois and brings his great skill and expe
rience to those who could not well withstand the expense, fatigue, apprehension, and ex
citement of visiting a large city. Thousands die or become confirmed invalids from Its
Sack of skilled and expert medical and surgical treatment.
NerV0U8 Diseases Nervousness, Nervous
Debility, Impaired Memory, Mental Anxi
ety. Absence of Will Power, Melancholy,
Weak Back, etc., etc., arising oftentimes
from 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 and Hay
Fever are all curable. The treatment of
Kay Fever must be begun three months at
least before the expected attack. Catarrh,
that 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 FOR FREE EXAMINATION.
Wonderful Cures Perfected in cases which have been neglected or unskillfully t r rated.
No experiments or failures. After examination, if a case is found incurable, the Pa
tent will be honestly informed.
Cases and Correspondence strictly confidential and treatment sent by mai' or expresi
but personal consultation preferred. Send stamp tor question lists. Address
' OR E. H. DEYOE. 789 Warren Ave.. Chicago.
Opera 3E3Eo uusto Saloon
GEORGE SCILiFER, Proprietor.
1601 Second Avenue, Corner of Sixteunth Street. Opposite Barter's Theatre.
The choicest Wine, Liauors. Beer and Cigars always on Hand
rmLaachETerrDav - - 8adwiehe Fnmlsbed on Short Kotos
;. -;.''. .-. -i-
Diseases of Rectum, riles, Fissures,
Fistula, and Ulcers cured permanently with
out pain, knife, cautery, or detention from
Epilepsy, Catalepsy, Etc., cured by a
wonderful new discovery.
Skin Diseases, Eczema, Psoriais, Pityria
sis, Lichen, etc., etc,, treated successfully.
Diseases of the Stomach, Liver, and
Diseases Of Women positively cured H
taken in time before the nervous system 11
shattered. Delay and improper treatment
the cause of so many unharr)' reUlls 13
this class of cases.
Diseases of the Heart and Blood The
large majority of so-called Heart Disease
Diseases of the Eye and Ear A- lr'
ations necessary done without any pain and
without the use of anaesthetics.