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Rock Island, : Illinois, Thursdair, March 8, 1877.
Established Oct 48, 1851
Railroad Time Table. !
EQC2 ISLAND & KEBCE3 CO . E. &.
Leave Rock Island at 9 :00 a. m and 4 :00 p. m. Ar
riving at Cable at 11 -.10 a. m., and 6:00 p. m.
Leave Cable at 6:90 a. m., and 19:45 p. m. Arriving
at Kock Island nt 8:90 a. m.. and 3:00 p. m.
i- H, K. CABLU, General Manager. ,
FEOSU ft ROOK ISLAND RAILWAY. '
, iHOBTBBT ROUTE TO 1B1 AST AHD SOUTH.
Eastern Es.. '5 50 a. m. Hail & Ex. 1:02 p, tnl
Mail & El. 1-40 p. na VesteruKx.' 6:55 p. m.
Way Freight 6 ;20 a. m. Way Freight 8: p.m.
The 6:00 a.m. train makea close connection at
atva with CB0, for Aledo and Keithsbnrg,
also at Peoria with P F & J, (or Jacksonville, Spring
II eld. tit Louis and all points aoath and southwest,
arriving in St Louis at 7:H) p m.
The 1:50 train makes close connection atGalva
with C B & Q R R. for the west ; arriving at Quincy
at 9:43 p in., also at Peoria with I B & W, and T
P A W., for points east and southeast,
J. R. Hiluird, Receiver.
J. V. Mahonxy, Oen'l. Tk't. Ag't.
CSICASO. ECCS ISLAND PACIFIC S. B.
, ' soma sabt tbaihs mats
At 8.85 a. m. : 4:80 p. m. ; and 10:00 p.
arrive from west as above,
noise wist trains lsavi
At 6:25 a m.; 9:55 a. m., and 6:00 p. id.
arrive from the east as above.
8T. LQ7I3. BOSS ISLAND ft CHIC A3 3 S. B.
etlNQ SOUTH THAINB LIATI
At 8 :05 a. m. ami 7:00 p. m. daily,
SH.IVB FROSI ST. LOHIS
At 9:) a.m. daily, and 9:) p. m.
- STX2UH3 TSAIHS tlKTt
At 5:10 p. m.
AHBIYB TROM 8TSHLINS
At 9:00 a. m.
COAL 7 ALLS? CO.'S TBA1KS.
7:05 A. .
10:S0 A. M
8:30 r. n.
0av Express and Mai! 8:35 a x 6:00 r
Niilht Express 10:05 p 5:55 ak
Z1MMER & STE6EMANN,
No. 1,903 Second Ave., N. side Union Sqoare,
Merchant Tailors !
AVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE AND WELL
assorted stock of
and French Cassimeres
Diagonals. Worsted Saltings, Beavers,
Doeskins, etc., etc.
All work guaranteed and prices reasonable.
J. T. DIXON,
No. 20 East Illinois St.,
ROCK ISLAND. - ILL
Mens Fine Woolens
- g! HAMMERED AND FINISHED
V1 vtgev " 4
6 6 7 ' 8 9 10
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1 i fiiliil'i'iwi 1 j r ' ' '
The Ausable Nails
are iiammerea not, ana me
Fin isJitng and JPo in tin g
are done Coldf thus Imitating
the Process of Making Nails by
Hand. Quality is jully Guaranteed.
For sale by all leading Iron and hard
ABRAHAM BUSSING, Sec'y
85 Chambers St., Mew York,
Telegraphed tothe Rockltland Argui.
THE IRREPRESSIBLE CONFLICT
IN THE REPUBLICAN PARTY.
I THE BULLDOZERS OF THE SEN
ATE GETTING UP.ON THEIR EAB.
Shall the Carpet Bafflers and Repub
lican Rotters be Lefc Out in the
New York, March 8. Th e newsna-
pers here devote more or lesa editorial
space to views upou cabinet uomiuations
and the action of the senate.
The limes says there is soinethinEr
rather peuriie as well as unprecedented
in the action of the senate in referring
cabinet nominations to their "appropriate
committees." From the moment that Mr.
Hayes published his letter of acceptance it
was perfectly obvious that his election
I must be followed by a conflict with the
Senatorial Ring which has succeeded in
eeneral satisfaction to the country at large
and is worthier than Grant's 8 years ago.
lta composition tests the firm intention
to carry out a conservative and conciliatory
policy. Any opposition to Schurz's con
firmation will be personal, aud the Tribune
asserts that he is an abler, wiser, honest
man than any who will oppose him. Any
opposition to Key on the part of the Demo
crats will be, to a Certain extent, notice
that the southern people are not inclined
meet President Hayes's disposition toward
them in a proper spirit and they will be
the sufferers. The distribution ot the
i various positions is wise and fit.
Bsth the Journal and the Post coar mend
warmly the cabinet nominations of President
Hayes and express regret that any move
ment is made to delay their confirmation.
EXTRA SEsSJfi SENATE
Washington, March 7. Senate. The
motion to refer the credentials of Mi.
Morgan, from Alabama, to the elections
committee was lost and a resolution that
he be sworn in adopted unanimously and
Mr. Morgan was sworn in.
Mr. Wallace called up the motion to
seat Mr. Grover.
Washington, March 8. A conference
occurred in the library, of the executive
mannou between the president and Evarts,
Schurz and Deveas. It appears to have
been a very stiiuus meeting, and theintima-
mninriro nf hrtnes n.l intoii;,., r 1 tions are ihL the visitors desired to relieve
Blue. i ne sumewnat spiteiui resor
usurping the appointing power of the
executive and inakine civil sprvW rform
CONSUMPTIVES TAKE NOTICE ! & Dractieal impossibility. 1
Every moment of delay makes your cure more j to regain tne SUrrended rights Of the exe
hooplas, and mn-h donen.ls on the indicions 1 Jcoiucui. naves will nave a vast
choice of a remedy. The amount of testimony
his side. The somewhat
favor of Dr. Schenck's Pnlmomc Syrup, as a cure U-eetion of a discarded rn' in H'nr if tnt
for Consumption, far exceeds all that can be defeat the confirmation of cabinet Doraina
brought to support the pretensions of any other tions will certainly not heighten popular re
gard tor the methods or motives or the
medicine. Sea Dr. Schenck's Almanac, containing
the certificates of many persons of the highest re
spectability, who have beea restored to health, af
ter being pronounced incurable by physicians
of acknowledged ability. Schenck's Pulmonic
byrup alone has cured many, as t'lese evidences
will show; bnt the cure W of ten promoted by the
employment of two other remedies which D.-
Schtnck provides for the purpose. These add!
majority in the senate.
From the Tribune: As to tho cabinet
we apprehend r.o serious trouble. A new
president may fairly claim to make up his
own cabinet. He has made an exceeding
ly good one, He has a right to have it
promptly confirmed and no wie senator
will long stand in the way. The main
trouble will be with Key and Schurz
with one tor oeing too much ot a Lemo-
the president iroui any etntmrraHsiueut by
reason ot their selection for cabinet posi
tions, but it 'is well understood that the
president is determined concerning his
cabinet appointments and civil service re
foim and southern matters generally.
The old cabinet will attend the president
to morrow and the usual council will be
held. Sec'y Chandler and Postmaster
General Tvuer were both in consultation
with the president to day, the latter con
lerning seme important business regarding
Col. II. C. Corbin, 24th Infantry, will
be detailed for duty at the White House in
consented to visit cur, city, and will be at
the i Harper House, Kock .Island, Ills.,
March 14 and 15th, 1877, where we would
advise all neeeding their attention to be
sure to call and see them. They will have
with them a large stock ot machinery, ap
pliances, supporters, apparatus, and rem
edies for treating the afflicted.
No fee lor exammstioo, and all who can
Dot be benefitted will be frankly told so.
Will positively afford relief by external
application, it cures on the inBtant Neu
ralcia. Nervous Headache. Rheumatism.
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while tnose cured will ve cnargea moaer- Toothachei Earache, and all nervous paips,
Do not be deceived by im
postors who travel over the country, imi
tating the Manonal burgical institute.
They are impostors, and have no institu
tion at all. Be sure you employ none but
snrgeons from this institute. Send to the
National burgical institute for circulars.
Address either Philadelphia, Penn., or In
dianapolis, Ind. 2.
Fob Book Bitoinq or Euhng, go to
The Argus Binder?. No better work
can be done in this vicinity. Prices reason
able. Work done quick, Leave orders at
The Argus Counting Room, opposite the
the Post Otbce.
SO AS BF MAGIC.
Sold by all Druggists at 50 cts. and $1
per bottle. '
For sale in Rock Island by John Bengston . '.
tional remedies are Schenck's Sea Weed Tonic and crat and rebel and with the other for being similar relations to the president as Geo.
Mandrake Pills. By the timely use of there medi
cines, according to directions, Dr. Schenck certi
fies tha most anv case of Consumption may be
Dr. Schenck is professionally at hi$ principal of
fice, corner Sixth and Arch street, Philadelphia,
every Monday, where all letters for advice mast be 1
u i a ; i
Van Schiack, Stevenson & Reid, Wholesale Agt's
Chicago 111. Sold in Kock Island by John Bengs
ton aud F. II. Thomas.
Why let aches ana pains your temper spoil?
A cure is sure by using
Renne's Magic Oil !
RENNK'S M AGIC OIL cures Rheumatism,
JiESNK'S MAGIC OIL cures Neuralgia,
KKNNE'S MAGIC OIL cures Sprains,
REXNE'S MAGIC OIL cures Bruises,
RENNK'S MAGIC OIL cures Colic,
KENNE'iS MAGIC OIL cures Cholera Morbns,
KENNK'S ...AGIC 11L cures Couphs.
KKN.NE S MAGIC OIL cures Sore Throat.
"It Works like a caarm.
Dattos, Ohio, August 27.1ST5.
Mkssrs. Wi. Renne & Sons.
Gents Pl-ase send me at once by express one
ilo..eu bottles larije size Magic Oil. The MaioOi!
does indeed work like a charm. Six years ago
mother had a fall which came very near resulting
fatally. She recovered her health in some degree
during the year following, but she sustained such
severe injuries, especially in her spiue and left arm
nd shoulder, that she was almot helpless. Ho
ping a change of climate might be beneficial, the
spring ot the second year after her fall she went to
I tica. N. Y.. to visit some relatives. While there
she obtained and used some of your Magic Oil ; it
relieved her almost Immediately , so much s th t
the came home very much improved in health and
strength, and by the free nee of the Mugic Oil she
Is now enjoying better health than she has known
for ten years, aud has recovered entirely from her
Injuries. Mother has so much confidence in yonr
Magic Oil that she will not be without it.
Respectfully yours, Joskph E. Dixson.
Some folks seem tobeprond of telling how "lame
their shoulders are" of "mv crick in the back" or
'1 have got the Sciatica 'ana nelignt in Dragging
that "nothing can cure me!" bnt when we such
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address by the UNION PUBLISHING CO., New
ark, N.J. .
too attic oi a rtepuoucao. senators may
be sure the country will not sustain them
in such oprosition. Key's fitness for his
place remains to be tested; for the public
will be slad to see an effort at reconcilia
tion with the south accompanied by so
substantial an earnest of goo faith.
Schurz has been one of the most faithful
censors of the evil courses which Drought
the Republican party to the verge of ruin
and in public judgment deserves thanks
rather than proscription for it cow.
The Sun closes its leader thus: TLe
most cordial support and admiration which
this new cabinet is likelv to receive will
)t be bestowed by earnest, energetic
tepublicans, either iu congress or out.
The men without whom Mr. Hayes never
could have been president, will be sure to
regard it with undisguised dissatisfaction.
From the Herald: In spiteof theYormid
abie demonstration of bulldozers. President
Hayes sent to the senate yesterday the
complete list of his cabinet nominations.
Notwithstanding; a t-iuele one of the names
is a stone of stumbling and rock of
ofTtnce to belligerent party chiefs, this
evidence of firmness aud pluck makes an
excelletr. impression. If the president
maintains bis attitude o! quiet, invincible
determination he will find the bellicose
par'y chiefs submissive enough lefore the
end tf the month. He must convince
tl.ct:i ;it the outset that nothing can be ex
torted from men by menaces, li Hayes
give? an iuch they will take an r il. He
will never have a moment's peace nor any
real authority if men like Blaine once
find be enn be bulldozed.
From the World; We fear that Mr,
Ilayes is making the serious mistake of
attempting tj assert personal authority
which does not belong to him. When
Gen. Grant assumed the presidency he was
uaucocit nau 10 i rcsiueuL uiauu
Among the visitors to day were a mul
titude of ladies, many of whom paid their
respects to Mrs. Hayes.
The Republican senatorial caucus this
morning adopted a report oa standing
committees. The minority gets an iacreas
ed representation of four instead of three
out of nine on each uon-political committee.
Senator Davis, of Illinois, is assigned by
the Republicans to the judiciary commit
tee, and on the committee for revision ot
the laws. The Democratic lists are not
complete. Morrill, Ferry, Jones of Ne
vada, Allison aud Dawes are members v
the new finance committee.
Wells, Anderson and Pnkin visited the
president to-day and were told that their
business would receive as early considera
tion as possible and business interests
The president made his first
me tit to-day Wtu. Stone, TJ. S
tor South Carolina.
Rock Island Market
Rock Island, March 8.
FLOUR AND GRAIN.
Winter Wheat flour. $ bbl. wholesale... 8 (X
Family brands, " .. 7 20&7 40
Secondfqnality " " .. 6 20
Buckwheat, " " .. 0
Corumeal. " ' .. 2 20
Retail one dollar above these prices.
Good Minnesota XXX Warner's Mill, retail 7 00
Wheat 1 00ai 25
Potatoes 73! 0
White Beans (navy) 2 40
Eges doz IO131-2
liuiter Choice Dairy, ? d 18w.a0
Cheese, 5? lb . 14i'(";15
Honey 2()c ttj
Auoles 5(iS55 99 hu.
Caiibage 1 00 J doz
Cattle Common, per ct. 4 IKXi4 U)
Hogs Live, per cwt 4 50s-" 00
DresseU ' B iu
Calves Live, per cwt .. 5 00
Shee p Live, per cwt . . 4 &O
Chickens, dressed -
urkeys, " ....
Damaged, scored or grubby i price,
Branded, 10 9c oil.
WILLIAM M. ROBINSON, ;
MAHCrACTURER OF !
R EGA LI A
LODGE SUPPLIES, : ;
For Odd Fellows. Masons, Drmds. Knights of
Pythias, Red Men. Temperance, and all
othT Societi8. j
Gold and Silver Laces,' Fringes,
bTARS, BRAIDS, ETC.
m Main Street, WORCESTER. MASS
LUTKE & MEHAH,
(Successors to J, R. ZEIGL&3.) 1
Manufacturers of ,
METAL & WOOD
a 1 101 uc-y
Washington, Mar. 8.- The Signal Sei
vice observations taken at 10 o'clock this
forenoon indicate the following weather
probabilities for this afternoon and to
Indications ior the northwest'- Diminish
ine northerly winds, rising barometer
cooler cloudy weather, possibly
away Thursday night.
the most popular ana important
sonaire in America, yet
learned the utter filly
attempting to control a
cove rum cut without
tie very soon
and futility of
LOVELL & BUFFINGTON,
Fine Cut Chewing & Smoking
they frankly cwn up and say, '"it works like a
charm." Sold by all Drugsrists, Merchants and
Grocers. Call for Renne's Magic Oil where you
uliiynces. As for impartial men
the senate and ot party lines it
suffice for them that Hayes in selecting
his advisers has invited Carl Schurz to a
p!.sri ti ot autii'ii lty and intiuer.ee, it
Wi'u'd have bnen a more ingenious device
had he asked Ueu. Butter to represent
ACrazy ManHSardering' HisJFamil;-.
Boston. March 6 w m. r . ;?peaiiTOan
of Oak dale, a drunken insane mill opera
five was arrested this morning while kill
mg his wile, who was rescu?d. J ne dead
bodv i.f his sister. To years old, was found
in a woodshed with head and body almost
cut to pieces.
Cincinnati, March 8. The tobacco
house of 1). ,1 Bradford, at Bradford. Ky.,
burned yesterday together with fifteen
thousand pounds of tobacco. Loss unascertained.
Horse Shoe Nails
RECOMMENDED BY OYER
20,000 HORSE SHOERS.
All Nails are made ot the bes-t
sxiiioc $ lb
. . 10&1
2 00 25 doz
2 25 '
1 20&2 M '
1 25 '
2 5a3 00 '
1 50 each
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. .
215 Hamlltoa Street, PIWPIA, ILL
Correspondence solicited and orders prompt;
fllled. LUTKE MEIIAN.
FIELD BROS., Agents. Rock Island. ,
and Warranted perfect and ready forrtr.viiig.
f Orders filled promptly and at th love
GLOBE MIL COM'Y
Timothy, ton.. .
Slough, " ....
Hickory, ! cord-
Oak , " .
QUO CU2s'Q173JE:ma TAB IT.
New -T crli Slarliet.
Ngw York, March 8.
--,':d- 1 IWi.
t-iovernmiuis Duil : sti-adv.
C. S. Bonus tiJ cent 5-V l's&l lill
1NVS old l.OS1
" 1XK5C w 1.093s!
U. P. 10.40's l.Us
New 5's l.K-
Currency fi's 1.23:1b
Win a Quiet; No 2 Chicago 1 40 in siore; NoS
Milwaukee 1 42.
Corn Dull; mixed western 5527.
Port Steady; 15 35.
Lard Firmer; 9 9010 00.
Whiskv 1 11 'i.
Evidence Unparallelled in the history of Med!-
cmc over two thonand testimonials given ior
the wonderful cures made ty
SARSA PARI LLA,
Or Matchless Liver
BLOOD AND KIDNEY SYRUP.
BSardcr in tlie Capitol Grounds by STcffroes
Washington, March 8. Wash.
McGraw was killed and William Mahcney
severely beaten by unknown negroes in
ciyii ficrvico rcf.irtii and justice to the south the capitol grounds last evening,
m his cjvertitnenc
Chicago. March 8.
Wheat Firm and higher; 123)4 cah; 1 54
Corn-Essicr; 404 April.
Pork Heavy; weak and lower; 14 20 cash; 14 32
Utra iieavv ana lower; .k; catn ; a .- Apn.
Whisky 1 05.
U0jsKcceipts 12.000; dull anu lower, light 5
255 35; shipping 5 40o 70.
Cattle timet; receipts B.aoo.
Our brands of Chewtni
of Gold. Old Congress anc
; are the Fountain, Cloth
d rant' tj
LRcllrrH- Cnueh Kymp u tU o!ili "t Dd
r...Mi:.T K.mrJv Tor th. I.Mfv (.ullft,
Orodv. HuuMfiw.. fcoi tuna Trout.le. Ke-l
- ilSTd tLe Live of 31J chl! JrtD." J.
t K Tmnjiu. Loum 1'. O. llu. "It earvd mr wlft
J atmtMw mmI whntvm tltliiireUc fbll-
art K K. Mmurtlotf. Alicnauv 1 I V. ra. rrroe
- V- l- xo t 'trtl?' lon t kp tt, efM for
R. It SFI.l.KKS
The Post h.ut: "We are uuwilline to
believe that any considerable number of
jUepubl'uan senators wiil follow the tripar
tite associates in their lactious course, but
if they do so public opinion, which they
i defy, ought to be made plain. The pres
ident is doiog bis duty; now let the coun
try do its duty. He ought to be promptly
and energetically supported by the people
Advance on Freight Eound West.
New iork, March 8. lhe rust says
'"We hear ou cood although not official au
thority that the trunk lines have decided
to advance western bound ircights 50 per
cent, od Monday next.
They Want Him in Kentucky.
New York, March 8. Joe (Joss.
A GREAT BARGAIN !
I House-kening, we havi
-O AN f PERSON WISHING
-keeping, we have for
for sale a whole set of I
hy tdi the means by which they tuake their English pugilist, and principal . in the
will knowu supported p- emphatically Goss-AUen prize fight, has been arrested
that the confirmation of his cabinet ap- and held to await the arrival of Kentucky
puitittLents shall he made something more officers,
than a party matter; supported so that
Including everything from the parlor to the kitch
en, all complete and nearly new, having been used
but a few months. The above household goods
will be sold for less thaw one-half theib value,
as the owner Is going to California In May. and the
property must he sold. For particulars inquire at
S25, S50. S100, S200, S500.
conservative Democrats in tne senate as
well as ciinsei vative Republicans shall be
moved to prompt acquiesenee in tho pres
ident's wise and statesmanlike policy.
There was a large called meeting or
piomiuent Wall street and other citizens
The reliable house of ALEX. FHOTUINGHAM
n . , . . - ... ii- ... t 1 - l . . 1. 1 : . I. - I. .1
fc VO., INO 1Z ail 91., at'W IMS, liuillinu n uauu- .- . , , . ,lr ,. . 1 - r , ". . ,
some eight-pa?e weekly paper, called the Weekly I in front ot the suo treasury, in all street, offered for tr.eir relief, and
JOHN BLEUER, Leader.
A LL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
t and at reasonable terms,
instructions given on all kinds of Instruments.
ncad-quarters at National Saloon, on 18th street,
between First and Second avenues. Orders may
be also sent to Post office box 1.418. 12-i9d3m
Financial Report, which they bend free to any ad
dress. In addition to a ltrge number f editorials
on financial and other topics, i contains very full
and accurate reports of the sales and standing of
every stock, bona nd security dealt in at the Stock
Exchange. Messrs. FROTHINGHAM & CO , are
extensive brokers or large experience ana trieu in
tegrity. In addition to their stock brokerage busi
ness, thev sell what is termed "Pnvilegws" or "Putt
, and Calls," now one of the favolte methods of le-
this afternoon, W in. A. Booth presiding,
at which resolutions were unanimously
adopted, declariug that the policy in
Haves a inaugural concerning the perma
nent pacification of the south, civil service
reform, and early resumption commends
itseli to the couutry, and regretting that
A Wonderful Institution.
a 1 . .
Atiout twenty years ago a surgeon, ou
realizing the preat army of over 200,000
deformed people iu the United States, dc
barred irom so tnucn enjoymeut aud use-
fulness,aud realiziug the inadequate means
the taut that
St. IiOuis Market.
St. Louis. March 8.
Whet-Higher; o 2 fall 1 45 cash ; No 8, 141
1 42 dhatb; 1 4 April.
Corn Lower; 3i1-i3T?i.
Osts Better; 3454.
Pork Firm ; 15 05 cash.
Lard Dull ; 9 75 ai-kcd.
Hoes Receipts 2,300; firmer; light 500125 25;
bacon 5 25 5 4j.
S'i-wiceei, March 8
Wheat-Strong; 2? higher; 1 30 cash ; 1 293 Apl:
I 2 . Mav; Jo3, 1 18! j.
Manufactmer and Dealer in
Tin, Cepper & Sheet Iron Ware
Roofing and Spouting a Speciality.
Shop cor. R. ck River and Dock Sts., Kock Inland.
Phcenix Manuf 'ing Co.,
Slanufacturers of the Cekbrated'
Fillil STOVE FOLIS
every day was adding to this host of sut
lerers, he determinea to revolutionize, as
far as possible, the old mode of treatment
of such caes by casting aside the cruei
torture of the blisters, setons, cauteries,
red-hot irons, bleeding, salivation, and
heroic medication, anu inaugurate a more
uimaie speculation. Their advice is vaiuable,and I any hesitation appeared on the part ot tne rational, humane, aud certain method cf
Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday Sv's
MARCH 13, 14 & 15, 1876.
by following it many hare made fortunes.
ntv VT ft " r
BLOOD PURIFIER I
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avoidance of claps a'sd harsh surface, which cut
and wiab ttie underwear restia thereon, and ad-
Joiuiu. Tuey arc raa cihy new, and strike every i
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cannot fail to attract the attention of buvets. They
are made iu all correct sizes, stvles and lengths.
These, and all past makes of Lotta Bustle, In-1
ciuninv ine .-tan:jai d uxbers os and are now
ready, in Uierior workmanship, forming a com
plete hue or styles and sizes in Panier, Trail and
short lengths, which will compare favorably with
those of anv other manufacturer.
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01 is, x., and lleaal and Diploma by the Centen
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for $5. C. B. HOWE, M. D , Seiiec Falls, N. Y.
senate to confirm his cabinet nominations.
The resolutions mention the name of Mr.
Evarts with respect. A number of
speeches were made in favor of allowing
the president a broad range iu carrying
out his evidently good inteutkns.
Chicago March 8.--The press opinions
on the cabinet chosen by President Hayes
are generally favorable.
The Inter-Oeean, , while doubting the
feasibility of retaining Schurz -acknowledges
his great ability, favors allowint; the
preside.nt to call about him bis own ad
visers and deprecates the action ot the
senate yesterday; eays Sherman, " homp
son, MeCrory and perhaps Devens stand
for the more pronounced element ot Re
publicanism. Schurz and Key represent
the liberal and conset vative clenient and
Evarts occupies half-way ground. It is
not a body promisine grtat unanimity of
thought but has plenty of brains and
ought to be tried uutil the president at
least is saii.-fied tnut hu has committed an
error in assemblioii; men of antagonistic
views a his coufiduntial advisers.
The Times says: In thess selections the
prefcident has niveD the country lhe first
distinct indication that he inteuds to go
The twenty years, with nearly a million
of dollars, have been expended in invent
ing apparatus, machinery, aod appliances,
aud founding institutions for their cure..
Over 4U,O00 greatful hearts rejoice to
day in the cures made by the , National
Surg cal institute, with its four great di
visions at Philadelphia, Indianapolis, At
lanta, and San Francisco. Sareeon-gea
erals of other nations, and the foreign
commissions at the centennial, paid it hom
age, and gave it the most eulogistic cert: a,
cates and commendations.
It exhibited there five times as many
instruments and appliances for the cure of
diseased joints and deformities of the hu
man body, as the united States and all
the other nations combined, and. of course,
received the highest premium, dii'Iouta,
All i:s methods f cure are rational,
scientiSc. and free from the old torturing
and usages ana failures !h p -t. llioe
who have never vbitcd the iasti" a'aoa can
form d j c.iaeepii'iu vf
tages it possesses over
propose to attempt a , cure without these
facilities. Jo relieve pain and disease
Popular Scientific Lectures,
Pref. W. C. RICH ABDS. A. M., Ph.D.
Illustrated by employing Grand and Novel Ex
periments and Rare aud Valuable Apparatus, im
ported at treat expense.
Matinee, Wednesday at 3 P. (VI .
For the Benefit of School Children.
Tuesday Evening Subject: "Matter King, or the
Work of Oxygen with Cosmos.
Wednesday Evening Subject: "Matter Queen,
or Chemistry of Water."
Thun-day Evening Subject: "Frankiln'a Kite,
or Kl.TtrirH) 1'hi uiumeli '
Matinee Wednesday aft trnoon Subject :Magic
Admission Ticket for Single Lecture, 50 cents;
Course TicKet.t tbree LecmreM, 1: Matiuee -Chil
dren, 15 eeiite; Adults. 25 cents, lictcti lor sale
at lhe b.iok sloree of Wy ie & McCune aud U.
Ci amp ton. 8d(5t
tliu great aivaa
ail othert who ma?
AND TONIC BITTERS. It wUl cure nermanent-
Iv Chills. Aeue. Sciatica, Neuralgia, Debility, ail
nervous and kidney diseases. Every bottle war
ranted to give perfect satisfaction, p.ic $1, or six
bottles $5. Send (tamp for Cnromo free. C. B.
HOWE. M. D . Proorietor. Soneca Falls. N. T.
Bold by John Bengston and T H Thomas, dim g
gists, Kock Island.
back on tlie damnable policy of the Grant give motion to stiff joints, correct1 deform -regime,
relegating the Mortons, Blaines, ities of all kinds, restore paralyzed limbs,
flhandlers and Camerons to the rear and and cure piles and fistula,d!seases peculiar
bringing forward the liberal independent to women, and also diseases peculiar to
plenipnt - This means music. It means a men. is its mission. ;
smash op of old party combinations that We have learned that on account of the
will benefit the country. The Times is hard times preventing so many sufferers
ftatisnerl with tha nrosnecta. visitinff the National Surgical institute for
The Tribune Bays the cabinet wiu giye 1 reliet. two or more ot tne surgeons nave
HoWs'TETO" SEED BEILL4 Hf"
! rkiTator aov sad euitrnte ail
kind t cgretablei. 1X work ct U)
men. omm si
9 aj.w BWiminiw.
The Highest Market Price
U n si
Johnson & Son's Mill,
MILAN ...... MX.
Three thousand bottles sold
each year by one store iu
Cleveland Now receiving or
pders oy mnll every day from
an pan 01 me couniry.
tirrewito are a lew oi tne
many certificates aud letter
receired Hundreds of whic
we could print, il necessary
to snow rentons Matcaiese
Liver, Blood and Kidney Sy
rap is appreciated at nom
and extending over the who'.e country, upon iu
merit only." And we claim without fear or favor
it is the Vst family medicine in the world, an
guarantee it the best blood and liver and kid ne
svrup ever produced. Send for circulars, read an
judge for yourself. We will be pleased to send
circular to any person who writes ior one.
Extracts from letters received.
RHEUM AMISM Some six months could not
walk without the help of a crutch; tried nhvs
clans aud many kinds of auvcrtn-ed tu'es wit.hou
benefit, six bottles of renton s Matchless Svru
cared me. Capt Quo Uand.
SALT RHEUM- Eight bottles made a perfect and
L7AFT I BOllJS rKNNISCTON,
SCROFULA From infancy was treated bv th
n.st pnysicMns and toos everybody's cure, Tw
bottles Matchlets Syrup cured me.
yiun tLizA Jones,
SCROFULOUS NECK Eight years cured by
Fenton s :arsa;arii!a, stter trying nearly everv
other kuown remedy. John McUinitt,
couductor a L ( 11 b it it, Cleveland, C-
SALT RliKVM elevin vears a'l over my body;
took all the j . emedies advtriiaed. and in the
hospital. Saw o k, twenty weeks; could not get
cured; six ..es f feu: - us Matt bless Syrup
cured me. George 3 own, Cleveland, O.
FEMALE WEAKNESS soui cix years; used ev
ery alterative known ; tried tne ciimauj from Min
nesota to Texas ; conld get no relief; afterafew
mouth's u.e of Kenton's Matchless SarAsparilla was
Mas Att B , OhioSt, Cleveland. O.
RHEUMATISM Dr. Fenton : Having been laid
up five weeks with Rheumatism, and spent dollar
after doilar, my physician told me it mut-t wear
off; got up and on crutches as many more weeks:
was advised to get six bottles of Fenton's Sarapa
rilla. Five bouses cured me completely. I freely
recommend the Matculeec Syruo as a sure cure for
Rheumatism. Yours truly,
W. H. Bates, Cleveland, O.
"Thousands Bear Testimony."
SCROFULOUS SORE LEG twelve years, cured
by Fenton's Saraparilla, after trying various noted
blood remedies. i
Capt. II esp. v Palmek, Akron, O.
SCROFULA, five iarije abscesses on bodv, could
not turn in bed for wti k", cured by Fenton's Sar
Sarsiparilla; had expended over ono hundred doi
lars previous to using taeAcme of iicclrliie, "ten
ton'e Matchlees." C. Field.
Sodus Point, New York.
SCiiOFUIXJUS NECK, a number of ulcers, open
for nine months; had the Dent medical advice in
Cleveland, O. A friend sent me Kenton's Sarsapa
riiln. Twelve bottles made aiicrfect and perma
nent cure. W. II. Mears.
North Bloomdeld, O,
Cahp P.EOWX, Wyoming, Dec. S6, 1874.
RUECMAT1SM OrC F Fenton: The six bot
tlvs baiaparilia sent me in July Wt, cured me of
Kiieumatssm, aud ou'.y used five, (one cot broken.;
l naa 11 lor lour years, ana spent nearly tuie uioub
and Co'iiarts, wstt the bet doctors la Montana Ter
ritory previous I have got two more customers.
Fleaae e icprrns me elj-'nu-eu more bottle lo souta
Pass. Enclosed find the greenbacks. Write me to
Camp Bruwc, as before. Yours truly.
a u. n onBUrr.
CONSUMPTION. Dr. C F FenUm. Dear Si-:
My wife was tick two years with cir.euniptioD. we
paid out over one ihourand di. liars and receivt-d no
bti.efii; I sent for six bottles of your Matchless
Syrup: the took it up aud suppowd herwli cured.
One year from this time etie feit it omine oi.. I
sent to Capt. Juhu Varuer, of Clevt-land, to send me
hi more bottle, which completed the cure, for
which we thank you, aud wish to ray to all, we be
lieve it the best Renovator and Biood Purifier in
the world. Truly, yonr friend.
Capt. IIenbt Buock, PortBurwell.Ont.
FEMALE WEAKNESS, of seven years standing
cured by the use of one and a half bottles Fenton's
Matcblece tMirsapanlla. Kiw. wm.
Fort Hope, Micb.
SALT RHEUM eighteen years; used allthsna
ted humor cures without etiect; six botths Feiilon'
Matchless Sarssparilla cured me; it is a dead pure
cure. rcoooD, Bunaio, is y,
IKvery person bould read this carefully.
Dr Peutou. Cieve'.and, t iVKr a.r: Ue year
ao, tut-u lu Brazil, foulti .-tiu- ni a. i mi-re contisc
tru a Uisea-e trut cesr.y C(n-f nie ri:y uf.-. I was
fcevcu,rr.o'.t!is ii buyiuw Spautsii itraliaB aud
Buekos Ajr.-s bst to no purpow. I tn.-n -.-t;i
CK-.f iegK". i ! s, ,t: d in ixty-fuur it;s in :lit
military n..)i!tai. i ae Coc.ors loid me if i'uuu any
fri.utl i 1 in: i-it--T iii-ike ll:y wv to h m. The
Am-Ji. j:. tuuf .il 6-i t uu: to .New Yolk. Last
sprn'if i: cmac tin iut: ..gain, K-st !. the nirtu was
out tti lUe tin-i-tiou. A friend iu the Si :. bailt-s
lloiel here (Detroit) advised Feuioir Matcbtena
Syrup; 1 pent lor six bottles i hae tn,ly t ken
four m i f iu perfectly well. I must ay it surjiriscd
me. aid :'l tat knew the condition I was in tr
five jvtif. I freely recommend Fenton's Matchless
Syrau aU)?e any blood purfisr in the catalogue of
medicines. Yours resDectf ally.
Detroit, Mich. E. McKitterick.
We intend to publish more wonderful evidences.
Bold in Rock Island by John Bengston, E Breo.
nert. T II Thomas and E Koehler.
Western Agents, Van Schaack, Stevenson Reid,
i fenton M'fg Co , profrino, CleTeland, O
AU article excelling in Labor Saving and Dura
bility for use on Stoves, Ranges, Grates, &c
Crucibles of all Sizes !
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Contractors & Builders
Of all descriptions of
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Pre'T.iUts and Specifications for Flouring Mills
Saw Mills. Diftilleries and ('rain Elevators irade
oat on short notice. Are prepared to take con
tracts for building and machint ry, and give pe ion
al attention to a . he details of construction. Re
pairs of all kinds .otnptly attended to whether or
dered by mail or in person.
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Manufacturers of Superior
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i.r.e msti" r,o
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' Put up in boxes containing 25 ts, each.
These Toe-Calks are made from Steel converted
from carefully selected brands of Norway and
Swedes Iran by a special process which ensures the
utmost ease iu welding, together witfe the greatest
durability in wear.
For sate by all iron, steel and hardware dealers
throughout New England. Manufactured solely
by C. F. DEWICK A CO., I
830 Dorchester Ave., South Bof ton, Mass.
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