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.4 Twenty-Third Year. Rock Island, Illinois, Saturday, February 28, 1874. Established Oct. 18, 1851. If 1 EADWAY'S REMEDIES. The Dying Body fum HORSE MIL CO. SUPPLIED WITH THE VIGOR OF LIFE ABRAHAM BUSSING, SECRETARY OF THROUGH DR. RADWAY'S Sarsaparillian RESOLVENT, Manufacturer of HAMMERED ANDi HAMMER-FOINTED HORNE NAILS FROM "BENZON" NORWAY IRON, And Dealer in Providence Horse-Shoe Co.'s PA TEXT TO E- CALKS, Heller's Horse-Rasps, A. FIELD & SON-& Two Men Hanged. Cincinnati Refuses to cense Social Evil. liailding Monumcnta to the Dead. Farmers' Hotel. JAMES p TAYLOR Proprietor. THIS HOrsS IS ON TIIE CORNER OF BUF I fal-i and Rock Klver streets, and has leen thor uchiv renovated aui furnihhed with new furni ture bedding, e c, it also ha connected wLh ihe hoiiHe co id tbliu lor the accommodation 01 lar menu and other. The proprietor wuuld rcwpectful- ly solicit a share ot public patronage. J A Slt I . 1 A lAJtt. Rock Inland. Nov. 6 dwtf. THE GREAT Blood Purifier! ONE BOTTLE will wake the Blood pare, the Skin clear, the Eyeg bright, the Complexion nmooth and transparent the Hair strong, and remove all Sores. Pimples. Blotchen, Pustules, Tetters, Cankers, etc., from in Head, Face, Keck. Mouth, and Skin. It Is pleasant to take and the dose is small. It Resolves away Diseased Deposits: it Purifies the Hlood and Renovates the system. It Cnrea with certainty all Chronic Diseases that have lingered In the sys tem Ave or ten years, whether it be Scrofula or Syphilits, Hereditary or Contagious, BE IT SEATED IN THE T.nncr or Stomach. Skin or Bones, Flesh or Nerves. fuRItrPTIFG THE SOLIDS AND VITIATIN THE FLUID, - 85 Chambers Street, 8-M ly NEW YORK. J, ZIMMERMAN & CO., MANUFACTURERS OP . FIRST CLASS PIANOFORTES "Wareroom and Frctory, yo. 120 Main street DAVENPORT, IOWA. Also wholesale agents for Taylor and Farley Or Stan. 14-1 7 div MILWAUKEE. OTTO LAVERRENZ, Manufacturer of PAPER BOXES! No. 31.5 E. Water Street, MILWAUKEE WIS 4-V4(ll V TELEGRAPHIC. Li- A Specimen of a Car pot-Bag Judge. The Joke on Rook Island Saloon Keepers. Is Comity Tax Collector an OfUce? 1ST. MERRILL, Importer, Manufacturer and Dealer in Scotch and American Granite & llartle MONUMENTS, Statuary and Ornamental Marble Work. Nos. 813 314 Spring St., MILWAUKEE WIS 4-30rily GEORGE ZIEGLER, (Successor to BOLL & ZIE&LE3. WHOLESALE Confectioners, No. 3 Spring Street, MILWAUKEE WIS Send for Price List. 9 Idly LOEFFELHOLZ & PRIER, Manufacturers of Railroad Car Trimming And Car and Switch Locks; Also, all kinds of Itrass. Castings furnished at the Lowest Rates. Cor. Clinton & Oregon, Sts.,.. MILWAUKEE, WIS Particular attention paid to Tatteru Making and rurnmtr. 4--u's Chronic Rheumatism, Scrofula. Glandular Swell ing. Hackiui Dry CoiiL'h, Cancerous Affections, Syphilitic t'ointiluints, Bleeding of the Lungs, Dys i i.ia. Water Brush, Tic Dolorenx, White Swell lngs. Tumors, Ulcers. Siin and Hip Diseases Mer- nnnil C I t MT f" n O I curial Di-as:s. Fimale Coiupl .iuts, Cioui, Dropsy, I I 1 IJ J LI I All-K I ISickets, salt Rheum. Bronchitis, Consumption. J J I 1 I LI IVJ i .lvir t nmiiliillilt. Licers iu lur iiim-i, muum. " iii tiiu lilmids and other paits of the vi-um. Sore fcyes, S:rumorons Dlschsrges from ihe K.irs, and the worst forms of Skiu Diseases, trup ti.tiitf K-vir Snri's. Scald Head. Rluir Worm, Erysip- ..in. "a iii Blsik Soots. Worms in the Kleh. Cau- cts in the Womb, and all weakening and painful .i... ...... vi, .hi Ku.-Hts. Loss of Merm and all wastes or the life Piiuviple are within the range of ........ i..r .f Miiih-rn Chemistry, and a lew days ii... mill nrove to anv person usiug it for ci. her of ttiesc forms of disease Its polei.t power to cure them. Sold by Druggists. $1 per bottle. We offer to the trade "Kent's Celebrated Improved Corn Planters, Best in use. JOHN NAZRO & CO., MILWAUKEE WISCONSIN 4-s:ldty ROBERT BATY, E. JE. I. General Manuracturer of Eadway's READY RELIEF, Artificial Legs & Arms. For the States of Wisconsin, Illinois and the ortn .. -i., -,.., l.imhs. W eak Ankles and Dcfor- mlni'-s of all kinds: Trusses Braces, Crutches, vp- do tens. Klastt J MocKinL's, au vi's. ... .it . .. ..i... t-i.1,1. ii 1 hoist. BATY, U'5 Wisconsin street, Itooms 13 and lfi, MILWAUKEE WIS i-iUdU . The Cheapest and Best Medicine flCHSELBERB, BROWN & CO. for Family Use in the World. ONE FIFTY CENT BOTTLE Will rnrc more Complaints and prevent the system "aiust sudden attacKs oi pmemu.s .. ireous Diseases than One Lfuudred Dollars expend ed for other medicines or medical attendance. The moment Bad way Ready Relief Is applied exte ually or taken internal y according to direc tions PainB, from whatever canse, ceases to exist. IM ft) KTA NT. Miners, Farmers.and other resm lng m spa l-ely-aclUed district-, where it Is ' dlffliMilt js to cure the serv.ces of a physicluu RADW A HEADY Ht'.LlEK is luvaluaoie. .i u with positive assuram of doing good in all cases where pain or discomfort is experienced; or if seiz ed wltu Influena, Dyphtheria, Sore Throat, Bad (Jongus, Uoars.:.ie-s. Bilious Colic, Iiiflamation of the Bowles, St miach. Lungs, Liver, Kidneys; or with Croup, tjulusv, Kever and Ague ; or with Neu ralgia. Heudache, Tic Doloreux, Toothache, Ear ache; or with Lumbago, Pain iu the Back, or Kheu---..t,in- or w ith Diarrhiea.Cholera-Morbus, or Dys entery ; or with Bums, Sra ds, or Bruises; or with tttrains. Cramps, or Spasms. The application of KVLlWAY'S READY RELIEF will cure you of the worst ol thesd complaints in a few hours. Twenty dr .ps In half a tumbler of water will m a few miimti;s i nre Cramps, Sp alns. hour Stomach H-artburu, Sick Uea la.ue. Diarrhoe i. Dysentery. Colic. Wlud In the B wela. and all Internal Pains. Travelers shou d always carry a botlle of RAD WAY'S KKADY KELlfcr' with them. A few drops in water will preveut sickness or pains lroin cnanire 1U6, 168 and 184 Second Street, MILWAUKEE WIS. (Jnst north of Spring street.) manufacture 0 Fine Light Carriages, Top aud No-top Buggies. 6-rrily . of water. It is better than FrencuJiraiiuy or ten as a stimulant, bold by Druggls.a. Price Flfiy Cents. TV. 4-9dly M.GRASSLER HSGALIJI COSTUME Hanufactoiy, 290 West Water St., MILWAUKEE WIS. Q. W. OGDEN &, CO., Manufacturer of Ir. Radway' REGULATING PILLS perfectly tasteli-ss, elegantly coated with aweet jftun, purge, regulate, purify, cleanse, and strengh en. hadway'a I'llls, for the cure of all disorders of the Stomach, Liver, Bowels, Kidneys, Bladder, jiervous Diseases, Headline, Constipation, Costive ness. Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Bilious Fever, Ioflammatiou of tnu Bowels, Piles, and all Deraugeme-W of the Internal Viscera. Warranted to effect a positive cure. Purely Vegetable, con taining no mercury, minerals, or delcterions drugs. rr i Krve the folliiwlue symptoms resultinir fr. Disorders of the Digestive Organs Constipation, Inward Pilea, i ulluess of the Blood lu the Head. Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea. Heartburn, Disgust of Food, Fulluees of Weight lu the Stomach, Sour ruptious, Siukmg or Flutter Ings in the Pit of the Stomach. Swimming of the Head, Hurried and Difficult Breathing, Flutterings at the Heart, Choking or SufTocat n Sensation when In a Lyiug Posture, Dimness of Vision, Dots np UVIu heCire the Ri.rlit. Kever and Dull Pain in the Head, Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness of the skin and Eves, Pain In the nlde, Chest, Limbs, and sudden Flushes of Heat, Burning in the tlesh. A few doses of RADWAYS PILLS will free the system from all the above named disorders. Price ceuts per box. Bald by drugggista. Read "FALSE AND TRUE." fiend one letter-stamp to RADWAY 4 CO., No.r9 Warren st , New York. Information worth thou andi will be lent you. -14dtUtwl7 CAMIABES & BUGBIES! WaU!qan, Feb. 2S. ChrLstouher Raf ferty was hanged in jail here at 1 o'clock this afternoon, for the murder of Police man O iMeara in Chicago, August 5th, 1872, Ho died easily, without a struggle. Only the legal jury and officials were pres ent. Jacksonville, F1l, Feb. 27. Keenc the murderer of Valentine, was hanged this morning. He confessed the crime. ClN'ciNNATl,Feb. 27. In the City Coun cil to-day an ordinance to license the social evil was defeated by a vote ot lo to . Jacksonville, 111., Feb. 27. The Xa tional Crop Reporter has returns from the States of Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Minneso ta, Missouri and isconsin, by which it estimates that the number of hogs fatten ing in those States tor summer packing is fifty per cent, less than last year. Springfield, Feb. 26. The Senate this evening took up for disposal the bill appro priating $50,000 to the Douglas monument at Chicago. Mr. Whiting wanted it so amended as to appropriate the same amount for the building of a monument to Owen Lovejoy. Mr. Palmer opposed the bill be cause David A. Gage, the defaulter, is men tioned as one of the commissioners. Mr. Dow explained that Gage has expressed an intention ot resigning immediately, should the bill pass. Mr. Hampton want ed the bill killed as an unjustifiable expen diture of the State funds. In considera tion of the fact that numerous friends of the bill were absent, further consideration was made a special order for to-morrow at halt-past ten. Springfield, Feb. 27. In the Senate to-day the bill appropriating $50,000 for the Douglas monument was lost by a vote of IS to 19. A special committee of five Yeager. Dow, Steele, Casey and Brown was appointed on the subject ol capital I uuishment. The Senate revision bill con cerning State contracts was passed. The amendments of the Judiciary Committee to the husband and wife bill were concurr ed in and the bill ordered to a third read ing. In the House the Paine contempt case was settled by the witness promising to testify, and he was purged of contempt. The Agricultural Department bill was amended so as to prohibit the sale of li quor within two miles of fair grounds and ordered to a third reading. BloomingtoN, 111., Feb. 26, The testi- mony in the trial ot jerry iianmrn ana Thomas Barrett for murder.at Low Point, Livingston County, last August, was con cluded this afternoon. The opening speech for the prosecution was made by Mr. Gra natt, of Pontiac, who spoke for nearly two hours, giving a clear synopsis of the testi mony. He was followed by Lawrence Harmon, ot i eoria, in an eloquent and log ical speech for the defense. The trial will be resumed in the morning, wheti the speeches of State s Attorney Filer, of Bloomington, for the prosecution, and V. V. O'Brien, of Peoria, for the defense, will be made. It is thought Shannon will be acquitted. Jacksonville, 111., Feb. 27. The Sheriff of this county claims that he is en titled to commissions on taxes collected by him as an ex officio Collector, in addition to the salary fixed by the County Board under the new Constitution, and has re tained some $5,000 or 6,000, the amount of said commissions for the past year. The County Court will soon insititute a suit to recover the fees so retained by the Sheriff. New York, February 27. A Wash ington dispatch says that Mrs. Myra Clarke Gaines of New Orleans, has been before the sub committee in the case of Judge Durell, and that her testimony is regarded as of such a character as to re quire the prompt presentation of the arti cles of impeachment. Mrs. Gaiues, it seems, had a conversation aoout i'ureu with her lawver. Stone, who said : "He (Durell) will sit upon your cases and decide in your favor upon certain conditions, which are that Sheriff Parker retains in his hands $21,000 for making streets in the property litigated for by the Union Company, the heirs ol uavauer ana dav enport and Mrs. Gaines. Durell can ar range it, it you will give mm o,ww, 9 J, 000 (you can have the remainder) to bj given to the above-named heirs, and every other lot, in the two squares designated, is also to be civen to Durell." Subse quently at the house of Mr. Norton, an assignee in bankruptcy, Mrs. Gaines met Durell, who asked why he could not sit in her case, aud refers her to Norton. On meeting that officialhe said to Mrs. Gaines that if she would consent to the proposi tion made to her by Mr. Stone the day be fore, Ju.ge Durell would sit in her case. Cincinnati, Feb. 27. Swift & Co., pro prietors of rolling mills at Newport, Ky., teWranhed Gov. Leslie for protection to- ANNOUNCEMENTS. , Piles-Itching Piles Positively cured also Blind and Bleeding Piles, Fistula, Salt Rheum, and all dis eases of the Skin, by the use of ROSSMAN S CURE. Itching Piles is generally preceded by a moisture like perspiration producing a very disagreeable and distressing itching, particularly at night, after getting warm in bed. No humbug as a trial will prove. For sale by all respectable druggists. Rossman & McKixstry, Hudson,N.Y., Proprietors. Sent by mail for 60 cents. IF YOU HAVE A COUGH, Cold, Asthma, raising of Blood or ans af fections of the Breast or Lungs, leading to Consumption, use DR, HOUSEMAN'S GERMAN COUGH DROPS, as prepared for over thirty years by J. J. Davis (now deceased) and you will be sure to find relief. Address ROSSMAN & McKINSTRY, who have succeeded to the Proprietorship, and sold by all druggists and dealers in Medicines. For sale by all Druggists in Rock Island. Sold by Avery & Tyler, Lafayette, In diana. Fuller & Fuller, Chicago, wholesale agents. octlSdsat&w6ni Pozzoni's medicated complexion powder for sale by Smith fe Bonny and Euiil Koehler, and C. Speidel. 1 " T 1 It - 1 l ond s extract, lar irom laying any new claims to popular favor, is older than anything else we know ot was used Dy a preceding generation. Try it ! Hard on Him. The most cutting niece of sarcasm that we have seen for many a day, is; the pro duction of Hobbs, in reply to the article of the Rock Island Argus, to which we alluded last week, relative to the pretend ed speech of Representative Warner, on the adjournment question. He denies the allegations of The ARGUS.asin duty bound, but in doing so, Warner and the "Little Blond" of the Union are treated to a shower of sarcasm which must make them blush all over, if there is any blush left in them. Y e doubt whether Representative Warner will be likely to desire the defense of the lirpvbl ic in the future. Kexcanee Independent. TO-DAY'S ALVEHTISEHENTS. A Thing of Beauty is a Joy Forever," E 1 1 1 I I k 7'J' -- ;.: p:c r ! "-ggg--.- I i'i -T i fT-:'feiirj- Jc3J iirvr My r r. nrLj.v?4jE-s .raft . a - For beauty of polish, saving of labor, f reeness from tiust tl urability and cheapness,truly unrivalled in any country aasd&wiy CAUTION-Bewsir. of worthless Imitation under other names, put up !n similar shape and color Intar.dad to deceive Each j pack-se of tfip eenume b-ra our Trade Mark, Toko r.o other. Over 3,790,964 Packages Sold in 1872-73." Do Your Own Printing! Printing Presses.5-?;?' QMfor Card. U-IQ-I 4 Sir lor Cir 7hU, KnTclowo, eOl -LcvUrt. Etc. IiUMlteiw Men their own Printing snd Ad- v-rt fiiTiif. Hoy and Aaiatcura kav dlrht ful amusement aud 9mm ey wuimr. Send -tamp fat circular, fpintpii, ef, t th Manufacturer, r.i.-l-X A. CO., jueruien, vena. ; H -ta4Kj?i; a State In what paper this aivi rtlwmejit Is , .-8Scl4wly UNIVERSAL JAW DRILL CHUCK! C. n. Rrrn's Patbst, ArcceT IS. 1873. iloi-t POWKKFUL Chuck made. Holds drill from 0 to , and by turning dow n nhauks to will hold with out slipping in the mort tryln" work up to one inch, tn clumvc. Its action i? dinxt, quick and punitive. Mt chau ical niovemt ut is such that it cannot clog, set, or in any way get out of order." lias now been in constant use Every Chuck is sold on full warrant. 10 be returned and cash refunded if H- six months, worklnsr nerfectlv. not eniirt ly hatUfactory. Address F. A. HIT! L & t'O.. Manufacturers, Danbury, Conn. "Its points of especial excellence'' are Strength, Acouracy, Durability, Chtapuess. Sind for Illustrated Dosci iptlve Circular. 9-3dttsly This splendid new field game which created snch an excitement at Newport, Long Branch and else- where last siason. will be brought or.t this snrinji I in sets ot seven diflVZt'ut stvles. at foliowing prices: 12 SO. 25. .50. 1U0, 450, M.0, t !M). As this beauti ul pame cannot be described in a brief space, we will semi an illustrated catalogue containing rules and full descriDTion free to any one on appll cation. WEST & LEE GAME CO.. 3-2sdAw6m Wot Caster. Mass, iTsrsTrrtA-isrcE A.G:isrcY i ii Why don't you use Nature's Hair Re storative? It is perfectly free from poi sons and will restore gray or faded hair to its original color. Our readers will certainly thank us for advising them to keep in their houses, for use, Renne's Pain Killing Magic Oil. It is said to be the best remedy for painful complaints ever discovered. "It works like a charm." 03 CD O CD 4 ' 03 Q The American boneless sardines received the grand diploma of merit over all com petitors at the World Exposition, Vienna, 1ST3. Better and less than half the price of imported sardines. Sold by all first class grocers. Tacked only by the Ameri can Sardine Co., New York. llO-SOd&wly Cltlers I'ocket Inhaler and Car bolate of Iodixe IxHALENT. In anoth er column will be found an advertisement of this novel Instrument and remedy for the treatment of Catarrh and throat and lung diseases. It seems to be in great fa vor with medical men. Coughs,colds, sore throats, asthma, are frequently relieved in a few minutes by its use, while for Catarrh it is claimed as the only specific. The cir cular and testimonials are very interesting. lO-'iSdeodGm. othing is more emcacious lor the cure of colds, coughs and all lung diseases than "Masta's Pulmonic Balsam"' an old New England remedy which thousands have tried and proved it to be just the thing fvr these distressing complaints. It is pre pared from vegetable balsams and the me dicinal properties of roots and herbs, with no minerals or poisonous acids. Sim pi and safe in the materials used, it can be taken at any time. This valuable remedy is for sale by every druggist iu Rock Island. td Represents the Oldest & Strongest Companies. "THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST 1" P STJSPEjSTDE-R ! Patented Nov. 1st, 1ST0, by J. W. S WITH. Sold in Rock Island by Jonas Bi-ar, Boston Bazar and Walker & VoAge. This eui'p.nder is continuous from one buckle to e oilier. A rjeculiar turn i- made wish the V eb- biu. which obvi itos the necessity of sewing.thus re moving the possibility of its becomiu disconnect ed bv use. It is m.ae ot tne oeet man rial, aim is much more serviceable than the usual style of sus pender. Made by 2 28J lv Kneeland tt., Boston. $100,000,000.00 Capital Represented! it it fcfc Sfi ii Notice. OTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEV THAT I SHALL uros cute to the full extent of the 1 aw. any am all p rsons t'lvinr or telling my husband, Alfred l aulolesure, any intoxic tins; liquors, fr m and af ter this date. ELIZABETH CAULCLESURE. Roca. Island, Feb. 2T. 1ST4. d8t N YATES, all iT- THOMAS I S PREPARED TO DO PLCMBINO IX I branches, also, Uas and steam I ltt.ntr. Call and have-estimates made before ordering your work done bv other parties. THOMAS YATES, (Levee.)Rock Inland. -2Sdtf G. W. LAWEE-TC3, M. D., HomcEopathist Physician and Surgeon. (Succeseor to R. B. Jenks.) Oince in nulVs Block, Rock Island, 111. ff?All orders promptly attended today or night Old XI --tio e-1," Assets tii-i ol Hartford, Home ol'New York -FVniilili-- offPliila., Hid S. America of Pliiia., Fire Assoc;atio America, Imperial Fire Ins. Co., of Londen, Gold Assets II !- .' I O KK !l tl " in. Drmsn ot mercamiie Queen of Liverpool and London, Firemen's Fund of California, National Ins. Co.. Hartford- Orient, Iaxattan Fire Ins. Co., Hew York, Northwestern Hati'l, Milwaukee National Iuh. Oo. Irliilix., Westchester; of H. Y.. Lancaster, of Pa. Peoples' of Tenn. Railway Pass. Ins. Co., 01 ilartiora, 43,73-5,03.5 3,200 718 3,287,381 2,601653 1,201,000 10,000,000 10,000,000 10,000,000 582,632 Assets 831,850 "630,546 586,450 824,018 410,016 655,787 337,197 408,760 750,000 r (( ii mm house. Corner Broadway and Biddle Streets, .MO. ST. LOC1S BYRON A. BALDWIN, Proprietors. fPnrmKrlv of the Everett House. Chicaeo.) ! The Uirko IlorsE is first-closs in all Its appoint ments, is heated ny Meain, nas an eievaiorauu con tains 150 larire airy rooms, which are neatly and :lesrantly lurnisuea. it is ccnirany locaieu, con venient to the street cars and easy ot access to ait railroads and steamers entering the city. To suit the wants of those desiring gooa accommouiiou at reasonable rates, the terms have been made ONLY TWO DOLLARS PER DAY . Conn Mutual Lif3 Ins. Co. of " 40,000,000 Policies Written at Current Rates. Office No. 3, Argus Building, up stairs. J. M. BTJFOED, Agent. TULORISI-. Ijiitators and their Schemes come to grief at last. Only original discoveries, like that of Dr. Helmbold, stand the test of time. Ileluibold's Buehu, which is the only extract of that wondeful shrub that realizes its full virtues, is still relied upon to cure Kidney Complaint, Female Disor ders, Impoteney, Gravel, the effects of dissipation and all troubles of the urinary c.rans in eitncr sex. X nis steauuy suc cessful medicine is recommended by phy sieiuns. Beware of counterfeits. John F. Henry, New York, Sole Agent. Sold by all druggists. Apply the Remedy. It appears that we need no lonsrer be tormented with Liv er. ridnev. liiaaaer, ana viianauiar ais eases. Mental and Physical Debility, Par tial Paralysis. Inflammatory and Chronic Rheumatism, Dyspepsia aud Morbic llu mors of the blood. Dr. ALKER S V EGE- T4RI.F. Vinegar Bitters conquers the causes of all the of the above irregulari ties by securing perfect digestion, a proper floic of bile, and a free d.charge oj al nilof.- T..nOTfliaTlf waste matter. It is not a vtie aocioreu j tio twill if, mi iiu-i. . ... i .i vi: I wti'.skey, giitten up to aeceivt ine puuau I. & F. HEINSHEIMER n.WE OPENED A LOEB, THE FIRST-CLASS Merchant Tailor HAS NOW OPEN FOR INSPECTION AN ELE gant assortment of French, English and German mm k mwmi IN SPRING STYLES. All the Choicest Selections of the season, In fresh, desiraole patterns, for the ,.10 the old established room formerly occupied by the Boston Bazaar. Cassimeres, Flannels?, &c, And all other poods usually found in a firet-class JDry Goods Store, will be kept In stock and sold at the "Very Lowest Figures! and tickle the palate. It is a medicine to the sich stomach, the relaxed nervous sys tern, the weak circulating blood, and the overworked, prostrated brain. An infant mav tke it. and to children afflicted with worms, and even adults who suffer from this cause, icnorant of the fact and their numbers are millions it is the greatest . :iJ-, I remedy of the age. Take one bottle and! ItiU luiil III -JUIIULIS; vou will be satisneu mat tnia is no cat.cn- tf penny nostrum. The public are cordiallv invited to examine these 1 troods, and solicited to leave their orders for a most FASHIONABLE SV11, where perteel ntung garment- are guaranteed at ail times. A. LOEB, MERCHANT TAILOR & CLOTIIER 4-21dtf E lablished 1S27. 34 Gold Hedais since 1839. Carburet of Iron Dyspepsia! Dyspepsia! Dyspepsia',! Dyspepsia is the most perplexing of all human ailments. Its symptoms are al most infinite in their variety, and the for- ilorn and despondent victims of the disease often fancy themselves the prey, in turn, ... - !.-v.t y,' tn . .n-i, isn nf everv maladv This is due, in part, to UaV fc- IU4U1C Lll-UJ ' j ---rf . .1 . c . fit'.. . ....o-,4 I .1 . . i m-MTi -;. Viottr. between The undersigned la prepared to tane orders t m ike CONTRACTS FOR EXCAVATIKt AND WALLINfi- CELLARS, FCRNISUIN RUBBLE AND CUT STONE, FLAGGING-, WINDOW AND DOOR SILLS CAPS, Ac. Persons intendln!; to build will find it to their ad call on the undersigned. .IAMK-t B. ELLIS Rvk fstand. STOYE POLISH ! It lasts No when he wanted a Stove. A large stock of our own make constantly on hand. 218 and 8i0 Spring street, WIS 49dly MILWAUKEE Our work i atrlcklT first class. ASK FOR PYLE'S tn t Vi Secretary of War for a guard of sol- the. close svmDabhv which exists diers to protect the boats they are building the stomach and the brain, and in part also vantage to for the government from interference of to the lact that any disturbance of the di- 2l . i 1 . r 1. a.: n-iTnittr A anrr tliP I tne8tner.. f 8UV ,m L V u;: T r r;;. The Man that did not look around CINCINNATI, -UlllO, reD. ure ai uvci, iuc - :.; ni-c- lnA . resterdav. burned the drv and effects, to some extent, the quality ot goods store of J. Conwell. Loss $10,000 ; the blood. . fnsurance $0,000. E. F. Kunkel . B,t ter ne of I on is a Bryson & Co.'s distillery at I'ortsmouta, sure cure, i .vr' Ohin. was nartiallv burned this morning, to De tnea anu iouuu aullUf , The distillery was valued at $50,000; no prescribed dailj rlor "-"V : insurance. I" . : vt-ir.tii nr in- SDecial Teleram to the Cbica.o Tribune. reiiea success , i -v vK- - - - Kwk ISLAND, IlL.Feb. 26,-The report tended to cure all t he tow uch he telegraphed from here by some Kresponsi. human umuy , . u. - ble party that the women were auuui y- iu -u. - :';rt r w- f Iron Dev. augSrate a temperance crusade is wholly form Kunkel B of I without loundation. ine leuer puuiwueu -r wu w A 'a 0f the in Wednesday's Tribune wu merely a prae- are loss Pf, ind .and rising . the til oke of a set ot tmmuiers. einiuar i iouu, uijuw . . ' - 1 . 1 . .-.-vi-a I zicfontinn fit the stomach ana ooweis, con notes were sent to imier mkw- M.'f.:V ."tT' j..l, iinsi,. sleeniness . . :l nnnAni MAimnonr nnn i srinri(iii. ucauaui 1 earnest temperance men warrants tne as sertion that no movement of the kind ha9 koon flnntpmnlated for an instant The . . . .., ... i j a .A v t, Kft In market. After fortr-five years tbla celerjrateo article iiiu wniuiw" , ---.- clean to .1 J nir... i. l.hnr tn nrodnce a bnlliant polish, hat no ameU is neat ana ciean to .nd mor; economical than other kind. It make, a parlor cheerful and a kitcnen ioa ew amily will be without it after having used It once. Dixon's Black Lead Oruoitales. Plumbago in Bulk for Stove Dealers. Plumbago, for Lubricating, finest gradet. Send for aamplea. SALEB ATUS ! Best in nse. Sold by Grocer Everywhere 101 d&w6m saloons of this city are very orderly, and there is no excuse tor interfering witn tneir business while they scrupulously obey the State law and city ordinances. . i i innr rir ts. Trv tne great renieay ana ho. nonvinced of its merits. Get the genu ine. Take only Kunkel's, which is put bottles. Depot, 259 orth Ninth street, Philadelphia. John Beng8ton agent for Bock Island. f D ixon's Pencils t ;s stonna 's.uoa piAa Dixon's American Graphite Pencils, FOR OFFICE, DRAWING AND 8PKCIAL USES. 3jewXiead dwcriini'i.tiii- person will be without them after a tnal. PtA9VTAtt Pencila: use. . . "SOU eaiam. r or general . . ;K Kf.,, -.i i , that wll the accountant a desk, reporter,, bank andn -" Vtoi very fin. c!eanWline V "h" h.rd" -For tXi "itoS? AU the rade. ytelS earil, under the ruober Clean line. Verynara. -or iue"" . J2.a. f nunriu. tha game a they It mart be remembered that diSerao "-"S' fhe n. Vt down for the "M." and th. quire ditferent pena. The "S. M. will . ftLs.MmiBI,4e,.WM reqnlrin, a aoftei f?K mBJ DanQV waaTciafl, d for thetS, ad auito the majority, a. it doe Ue SorltV o? Aou ?aukranTomLi, butfhe "8. M." i.op-larlor general oae. Sample. Ire. MANCFACTCRED BY The Joseph Dixon Crucible Co. ;. r k 1 u i l! I 1 ?