Rock ; Xslferid, Illinois, Tuesday, .pril 8, LB77.
Established Oct 18, 1851
Railroad Time Table.
I10CS ISLAND & MEBCE3 CO . &. K.
Leave Rock Island at :Ou a.m.. aud 4:00 p. m. Ar
riving at Cable at 11 :1U a. m , and 6:00 p. ru. .
Leave Cab'.e at 6:80 a. m., and 14:45 p. m. Arriving
at Hock Island at 8:90 a. in., and 3:00 p. m.
11. K. OABLU, Oeneral Manager.
SHOBTBST OUTE TO TBI VAST AUD SOUTH.
Rasters Ex. 5 SO a.m. Mail A Ex. 1:02 p, m
Mail A Ex. 1 -40 p. m. Western Ex. 5 :55 p. m.
Way Freight 6 ;) a. m. Way Freight 8 :S6 p. m.
The :00 a. m, train makes close connection at
alva with C B & O, for Aledo and Kelthsbtirg,
also at Peoria with P P A J, lor Jacksonville, Spring
eld, St Louts and all points south and southwest,
arriving In St Louia atTKIpm.
The 1 :50 train makes close connection at Oalva
with C B A Q K K, for the west; arriving at Quinary
at 9:45 p m., also at Peoria with I B A W, and T
PA W., for points east and southeast,
J. R. Billiard, Receiver.
Js. V. Mahonby, Gen'l. Tk't. Ag't.
G3IQAQ0, ROCK I3LAUD & PACITIC B. S.
0010 BAST TBArXS LEAVB
At S. 35 a. m.; 4:30 p.m.; and 10:00 p. m. Trains
arrive from west as above.
80159 WIST TBAIHS LlATBt
At 6:25 a. ra. ; tt:5& a. m., and 6:00 p. m. Train
arrive from the east as above.
8T. LOUIS. BOCK ISLAND & CHICA90 B. B.
SOUTH TRAINS LEAVE
At 8 :05 a. m. and 7 :00 p. m. daily,
A1B1TB PBOM ST. LOUIS
At 9:0 a. m. dally, and 9:30 p. m.
STZSUa TSAIHS LXATX
At 5:10 p. m. .
ABRIVE PBOM STSHLIXa
At 9:00 a. m.
COAL VALLEY liXNIKQ 008 TBAWI.
7:05 a. m.
10:80 A. M
WESTERE UNION BAILBOAD.
Day Express and Mall 8:85 a x
Mht Express 10:15 p m
6 :00 PM
I HAMMER ED AND FINISHED
5 6 7 8 9 10
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TeUg raphe d to the Boct Island Argue.
questioned; he is known at the house where
j he lodges as Garbett anJ is accompanied
! by a woman who passes as his wife.
The Ausable Nails
are Hammered Hot, and the
Finishing and Pointing
are done Cold, thus Imitating
the Process of Making Nails by
Hand. Quality is fully Guaranteed.
Tor sale by all leading Iron and hard
ABRAHAM BUSSING, Sec'y,
35 Chambers St., New York.
ZIMMER & STEGEMANN,
No. 1.903 Second Ave N. side Union Square,
Merchant Tailors !
M AVE JUST BKCSIVED A LARGE-AND WELL
it assorted stock of -
English and French Cassimeres,
Diagonals. Worsted Suitings, Beavers,
Doeskins, etc., etc.
f3TAll work guaranteed and prices reasonable. -
J. T. DIXON,
DR. SCHXSXCK'S STANDARD
The standard remedies for all diseases of the
lungs are Schenck's Pulmonic Stbcp, Schenck's
Sn Weed Tonic, and Schknck s Mandrake Pill,s
and If taken before the lungs are destroyed, a
speedy cure Is effcted.
To these three medicines Dr. J. H. Schenk, of
Philadelphia, owes his unrivalled sucess in the
treatment of pulmonary disease.
The Pulmonic Syrup ripens the morbid matters
In the lungs; nature throws it off by easy expect
oration, for when the phlegm or matter is ripe a
slight cough will throw it off, the patient has rest
and the lungs begin to heal.
To enable the pulmonic eyrnp to do this,
Schenk'a Sea Weed Tonic must be freely used to
cleanse the stomach and liver. Schenck's Man
drake Pills act on the liver, removing all obstruc
tions, relax the jbladder, the bile starts freely
and the liver is soon recieved.
Schenck's Sea Weed Tonic is a gentle-gtJjBulant
and alterve; the alkali of which It is composed
mixes wi:n me looa ana prevents souring, it as
sists the digestion by toning up the stomach to a
healthy condition, so that the food and the Pul
monic Syrup will make good blood; then the lunge
heal, and the patient will surely get well if care Is
taken to prevent fresh cold.
All wno wtsn to consult lr. scnena, eiiner per
sonally or by letter, can do so at hie principal office
corner ol sixm ana arcn sts., ruuaueipmn. every
scnent's medicines are soia Dy an aruggisis
throughout the country.
Van Schaack, Stevenson & Reld, Wholesale Agfa
Chicago. 111. Sold In Kock Island by John Bengs
ton and F. H. Thomas.
Why let aches and pains your temper spoil?
A cure is sure by using
THE B AYOHETS OSSEBIB OTJT OF I'EE j
SOUTH CABOU2TA STATE HOUSE
Returning Board Hayes's Order to the
, Secretary of War.
Washington, April 3. The president
to day, sent the secretary -of war the fol
lowing letter. ...'.''
Sir Prior to "my entering upon the
duties of the presidency there had been
stationed, by order of my predecessor, in
the state house at Columbia, S. C, a de
tachment of United States Infantry. Find
ing them in that place I have thought it
proper to delay a decision of the question
of their removal until I could consider and
determine whether the condition of affairs
in that state is now such as to either re
quire or justify the continued military oc
cupation of the state house, In my opin
ion there does not now exist iu that state
such domestic violence as is contemplated
by the constitution as a ground upon
which the military power" of the national
government may be devoted for the de
fence ot the Btate. There are. it is true.
grave and serious disputes as to the rights
of certain claimants to the chief executive
of that 8tat), bat those are to be settled and
determintd nut . by the executive of the
United Slates , but by such orderly and
peaceable methods as may be provided by
the constitution and laws of the ntate.
I feel assured that no resort to violence
is contemplated but that, ou the contrary,
the disputes in question are to be settled
solely by such peaceful remedies as the
constitution and laws of the state provide
Unaer tnese circumstances ana in
this conndence 1 now deem it proper
to take action in accordance with the pnn
ciplcs announced when 1 entered upon the
duties oi the presidency.
You are, therefore, directed to see that
proper orders are issued for the removal
of said troops from the state house to their
previous place of encampment.
(Signed) R. B. Hayes.
To Hon. George W. McCraryj Secretary of War.
The secretary of war states that the
order for the removal will be sent by mail
aud that the actual transfer will not take
place until about the 10th inst.
Washington, April 3. The following
letter was sent to Gen. Sherman by the
secretary oi war:
War Departmknt, Washington, April 3d, 1877.
To Gen. W. T, Sherman, Oom d'g U. S. Army:
General: rl enclose herewith a oopy of
a communication from the president of the
United States in which he directs that the
detachment of United States troops now
stationed in the state house at Columbia,
8. C, be withdrawn and returned to their
previous barracks, on the camping ground.
You are hereby charged with the execu
tion of this order and will cause the with
drawal to take place on Tuesday next, the
10th of April, at 12. meridian.
Very resD'y, your ob'd't serv't.
George W. McCrary,
Washington, April 3. Richard C.
McCormick, assistant secretary ol the
treasury, it is expected, will enter upon
his duties on the 15th inst.
Edwin A. Howard, of Michigan, has
been appointed agent for the Ponca In
dians, in Dakota,
Senator Stanley Matthews had a long
interview with the president to-day.
HiX-Coogressman Christopher Morgan,
of this city, died to-day, aged 70.
City Election in St. Louis,
St. Louis, April 3. fhe election is
progressing very quietly and a pretty full
vote is being polled. Both parties are
working energetically and both are san
guine of success.
Owing to the great increase of polling
places caused by recent large additions
the city limits and more than doubling of the
number of wards, the result will not be
known till a late hour to night or to-mor
Toledo City El action.
Toledo, April 3. The Jatest returns
shows that the Republicans elected their
entire city ticket, with the exception of
the mayor, by a majority, probably, of
300, The council will be Republican in
Cleveland City Election.
Cleveland, April 3. The Republi
cans have elected the mayor, and 13 out of
IS councilmen and the balance their
ticket, with the exception of city solicitor.
POPULATION OP ST. LOUIS
OVES HALF A MILLION.
Eibe "Calls" Chicago to Show Her Hand.
St. Louis, March 31. Gould's
annual directory was issued to-day. I;
shows a considerable increase of names,
and computed by the usual rule makes
the population of the city, 50l,4S3 -TT
It also gives the officiaUaiortaTTty statistics
of all larp4ttGs in the country, which
St. Louis to be the healthiest city
according to its population in the union,
the deaths here last year being only 7,890.
Mo line CUy Oounci'.
Regular monthly meeting of the city
council last nigh. Preseut, the mayor
and all the cduhcilmon.
Reports of the police magistrate, street
superintendent, and city bridge-tender,
read and approved.
The finance coutmitted reported that the
city treasurer's report for February was
The following bills laid over at the last
regular meeting were taken up and dis
posed of as follows: Henry Schumacher's
bill for $135 was referred to the city attor
ney to look up.
John B. Hawley s bill for $200 was
allowed; Aldermen Barnard, White
Okerberg, Wittick and Shalline voting
Eugene Lewis's bill for $80 was allowed
and one for $30 Tejected by vote of all the
aldermen except Shalline.
A. L, Wickstrom's bill for sidewalk
was, on .motion of Alderman Shalline, laid
on the table.
W. R. Moore's bill for $25 was allowed.
Monthly bills allowed classified as fol
Sows: Streets $660.59; Fire $64.78;
Police $309.46; General $334.15; Gas
$195.86; Officers $179.65. Total $1,
744.49. A petition was presented signed by L.
H. Baker, C. H. Deere and others, asking
that the city purchase, for the purpose of
a public square, lot 4, block 8. in the old
or original town of Moline. On motion
referred to a committee of two. The
mayor appointed H. A. Barnard and C.
F. Grantz as the committee.
On motion of Alderman Shalline the
mayrr appointed M. II. White and C. F.
Grantz a committee to confer with C. F.
Calkins regarding work done by him on the
The mayor and Alderman Barnard, the
committee appointed to enquire into the
matter ol selling a portion of the cemetery
grounds, reported in favor of selling a
nrfr at tbA rnf- nt 3flA nur A I I
sixtnj motion the report was acceptedsr?T"h
ft smviyprTtosey the
"jJHMfcCaplat of it, and refer it to the
Council for their approval.
On motion council adjourned,
S, T. Walker, City Clerk.
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WILLIAM L. ROBINSON,
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City Election In Cincinnati.
Cincinnati, April 3. All election re
turns with the exception of one precinct
are now iu and elect the entire Republican
ticket, the majority ranging Irom 1.C00 to
4.000. Moore's majority for mayor is
1,500; Caldwell's, for board of public
works 3,000: Force's majority for judge
of" supreme court may possibly not reach
1,000. The Irish scratched the Demo
cratic candidate for mayor while the
Geimans supported him. The aldermen,
councilmen and board of education are all
w. m -mm m 1
no. 20 East imiiois st., iteime s iuaffic Ull I
ROCK ISLAND, - ILL.
The King Suits.
New York, April 3. The cost of pros
ecutions in the nog suits were not quite
. I : - i - i -1 - . fn.
uoe-miru oi me returns, ine cost was
$226,711 to recover $690,849. The high
est sum received by any lawyer beine
$57,bl and accountant receiving $66,339.
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Sometimes, however, the three results are
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Soap, recently given to the world, is abso
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market. Babbitt deserves to make anoth
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Datton, Ohio, August 27, 1T5.
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dozzen bottles large size Magic Oil. The Magic Oil
does Indeed work like a charm. Six years ago
mother had a fall which came very near rttnltiug
fatally. She recovered her health in some degree
during the year following, but she sustained such
severe injuries, especially in her spine and left arm
nd shouldvr, that she was almost helpless. Ho
ping a chauge of climate might be beneficial, the
spring of the second year alter her fall she went to
litica.N. Y., to visit some relatives. While there
she obtained and used some of your Magic Oil ; it
relieved her almost immediately , so much so tht
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is now enjoying better health than she has known
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Respectfully yours, - Joskph E. Dixson.
Some folks seem lobeprond of telling how "lame
their shoulders are" of "mv crick in the back" or
"I have got the Sciatica" and delight in bragging
that "nothing can cure me!" but when we such
.'awful folks" tonne KENME'S FAlN-KliaAu
MAGIC OIL, faithfully, we not only cure their
lameness and charm away their pains, but we ac
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they franklv cwn up and sav, "it works like a
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Which Extinguishes a Good Many Sensa-
New York, April 3, Peter B. Sweeney
in a card, says:
"The statement that I had revelations
to make concerning Mr- Hall, or any other
person, is entirely without foundation, nor
can any be truthfully made in regard to
myself. It is equally unfounded that I
am negotiating or attempting to negotiate
any compromise of my litigation or that i
am in any way concerned with any sup
posed compromise between others. 1 am
here to try my cause aud am ready to try 1
it and do not hesitate to submit myself to
the unprejudiced iudgement of my fellow
Chamberlin Throws Up the
Great Rejoicing Among the People,
Valuable Books! go,unnddaBn0dmneruB,-
trated. Dr. S. S. FITCH'S SIX LElTURES
ON CONSUMPTION, 50 cts. Cure of Heart
Disease, 40 cts. Family Phvsician 35 cts. Sent Dy
mail. Address Drs. S. S. F1TC1I & SON, 49 East
Twenty-ninth Street, New York. dw-eow
Ciiicaco, April 3. No 'Change tday
on account of election. May wheat sold,
on the street at higher prices, $1.32.
The day is warm and sunny.but.so far as
returns up to 1 o'clock indicate, the vote
for city officers will be light. There is a
general impression that the Republicans
will elect most of their tickat, even Dem
ocrats coucede this. The contest
on mayor is expecita to do very
close but so far as known Heath is still
ahead. There is much scratching and re
liable returns cannot be obtained until late
The flood in the southern and western
portions of the city is subsiding at the rate
of about half an inch per hour. It is
stated, but not confirmed, that several
basements in the business portion of the
city are inundated.
Charleston, April 2. The news of the
determination of the cabinet to withdraw
the troops from the State house in Colum
bia causes unbounded joy here. Telegrams
from various points in the interior of the
state say the news is received with im
promptu meetings, salutes ot cannon, and
other demonstrations of popular rejoicing.
Columbia, April 2 The following was
received here to-night:
Washington, April 2d.
Hon. W. D. Sampson, Columbia :
Every thing has been satisfactorily and
honorably settled. I expect our people to
preserve the utmost peace and quiet. My
word is pledged for them and I rely on
them. (Signed) Wade Hampton.
Washington. April 2. Ex-Governor
Chamberlin said of the determination to
remove the troops from the Columbia
State bouse: " It enas the struggle and
makes Gen. Hampton practically Gover
ncr." He starts for Columbia to-morrow
night and dines with the president this
New Ycrlr. Market.
New Yobk, April 8.
Governments Dull; steady.
U.S. Bonds t ceul 5-4u's irtHl l.lS
18i5 old 1.18 4
" " n. w 1.08V4
1SC7 1.11 V4
U. S. 10.40's 1.11
New 58 1.10!4
unrrency a 1.53
Wheat -Shade firmer: No 2 Chicago 1 45I&1 48
No S M il wankee 1 48G01 49.
Corn Steady; new webtern mixed 51;456; old
Pork-Firm; 14 90.
Lard 9 90.
Whisky 1 07H-
Chicago, April 3.
nogs Recerpts 9,000; higher: light 5 25500
common to choice heavy 5 255 t5.
Cattle - Good to choice to shippers 4 755 00 ; ex
tra5 505 75.
St. Louis Market.
St. Locis, April 3.
Wheat Firmer; 1 53& bid.
Oats Firm 33 asked ; 34i bid.
Pork Higher; 14 00.
Lard Higher; 9 50.
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120,000 HORSE SHOERS
All Nails are made ol the befct
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tST Orders filled promptly and at the lowe
It you feel dull, drowsv, debilitated, have fre
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and tongue coated, you are suffering from torpid
liver, or "biliousness, and noihlng will cure you
o speedi'y and permanently as to
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Gives a Bplendid gloss and finish to all starched
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Pat up in 4-oz bottles, price 15c. Sold by Gro
cers aPd Druggists.
A. I. MATHEWS & CO., 85 Murray St., M. x.
Harrisburg, April 3. This morning
it was announced that Dougherty Bros.
& Co., bankers, had failed. Considerable
excitement existed when the doors were
onened and a large crowd entered. It was
then announced that the bank would im
mediately pay ten per cent to its deposi
tors with the hope of being able to make
a better arrangement toward evening.
There had been heavy withdrawal of funds
since the failure of the city bank last
September. The immediate cause of the
suspension, however, was entering up yes
terday of judgement tor ,00 against
Wm. E. Dougherty. The total liabilities
are $111,000. Assets from $130,000 to
A Hermit Freesea to Death.
Dengman's Ferry-. Pa., April 3.
Antin Shelden, who has lived for 41- years
the life of a hermit in a cave in a lonely
place in the mountains 9 miles southeast
of this village, was found frozen to death
in a deep poow drift near the entrance of
his cave Friday evening last. nis only
explanation of bis living in the wilderness
atone was that he wanted nothing to take
bin thou2ht8 from God. As he had con
siderable money, according to his relatives,
at the time he left Connecticut, many be-
S -PECTIL ATIO.N Ueve ho baried u abo.ut hia cave
In Wall Street.
$500,000 has been made in a single investment
$100. This of course is an extraordinary occur
rence ; out oraiuariiy n can realise say jzo.uuu.
Even sums as low as 1 can be safely invested,when
favorable result can show a profit of (5,OtX).
Circulars giving full information sent free by ad
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at wr Arm ire FECTnniQHAH CO..
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7 days, 15 days, one month, two months, three
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lv retarn from ten to fortv times the amount inves
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Pire In West pJandolph, Vt.
West RANDOLPn,Vt., April 3. Daley
& Gay's block, Main street, and two small
buildings burned. Loss $30,000 dis
tributed among a number ol occupants.
The Kicholls Government the Only Gov
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New Orleans, April 2. Two return
ing board members of the Packard house,
Fred Fobb. of Ascension, and N. A. Duo-
den, of Bossiar parish, were to day sworn
in as members and took seats in the Nich
ols house, which now has fifty-three re
turning board members, F. K. Heath, of
Webster parish, returned by the board but
not elected, and heretofore occuying a seat
in Packard's house, appeared before
Nichols'p legislature, was accorded the
privileges of the floor, aud said that, "rec
ognizing the fact that the government now
established by Gov. Nichols is the only
government in this state that can give
peace and prosperity to our troubled peo
ple,! feel it my duty to aid as much as pos
sible in bringing about harmony and good
feeling. I now tender my resignation of
all claims that I may have on the general
assembly, In order that my ap
pearance here may not be mis
understood, I desire to avow now, as in
the past, my fidelity to the great princi
ples of the Republicau party."
A bill placing the police department
under the control of the city government
having been promulgated, the police com
missioners to-day waited on Mayor Pius
bury and turned over to him the adminis
tration of the police force.
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au unexceDtionable Alterative and certain Correc
tive of all impurities of the body. Such signal suc
cess nss aiienauu its uw, iu it uuw icg.ni.ii
For all diseases of the Liver, Stomach and Spleen
AS A REMEDY IN
Malarious Fevers, Bowel Complaints, Dyspepsia,
Mental Depression, nestieesness, jaundice, jNai
sea. Sick Headache, Colic, Constipation, and Bill
tlT IT HAS NO EQUAL.
Sold by all Druggists.
m Liver Disease and Indigestion
prevail to a greater extent than
probably any other malady, and
relief is always anxiously
sought after. It the Liver is
Regulated in its action, health
bealtn is almost lnvanauiy se
"Evidence Unparallelled in the history of Medi
cine" Over two thousand testimonials given foi
the wonderful cures made by
S ARSA PARI LLA,
Or Matchless Liver
BLOOD AND KIDNEY SYRUP.
Three thousand bottles sold
each year by one store in
Cleveland Now receiving or-
Ooere Dy mail every flay from
wall parts of the country.
tierewitn are a lew of the
many certificates and letter
receired hundreds of which
we could print, if necessary,
to show Kenton's Matchless
Liver, Blood and Kidney Sy
rup is appreciated at home.
and extending over the whole country, upon ite
"merit only." And we claim without fear or favor
it is the nest family medicine in the world, and
guarantee it the best blood and liver and kidney
syrup ever produced. Send for circulars, read and
judge for yourself. WTe will lie pleased to send a
circular to any person who writes lor one.
Extracts from letters received.
RHEUMAMISM Some six months could not
walk without the help of a crutch; tried physi
cians and many kinds of advertised cures without
benefit. Six bottles of Fenton's Matchless Syrup
cured me. Capt Geo Hand.
SALT RHEUM Eight bottles made a perfect and
Capt Thomas Pbnnikotoh.
SCROFULA From infancy was treated by the
beet physicians and took everybody's cure, Two
bottles Matchless Syrup cured me.
Mrs Eliza Junes,
SCROFULOUS NECK Eight years cured by
Fenton's Sareaparilla, after trying nearly every
otner Known remedy. john mcuinity.
Conductor oLAMsttn, Cleveland, C
SALT RHECM eleven years all over my body;
took all the V. -a'.- emedies advertised, and in Ine
hospital, New o a, twenty weeks; could not get
cured; six es of Fenton's Matihless 8'7rup
cured me. GkorgeB i owh, Cleveland, O.
FEMALE WEAKNESS som slx rears: used ev
ery alterative known; tried the climate from Min
nesota co Texas; couia get no reiiei; altera lew
month's use of Fenton's Matchless Sarsaparilla was
Mrs att a , Ohlopt, Cleveland. O.
RHEUMATISM Dr. Fenton : Having been laid
up Ave weeks with Rheumatism, and spent dollar
after dollar, my physician told me it must wear
off; got np and on crutches as many more weeks;
was advised to get six bottles ot i en ton's sarsapa
rilla. Five bottles cured me completely. I freely
recommend toe Aiatcniees feyruD as a sure care for
Rheumatism. Yours truly.
W. II. Bates, Cleveland, O.
"Thousands Bear Testimony."
SCROFULOUS SORE LEG twelve years, cured
by Fenton's Sarsaparilla,after trying various noted
Capt. Hbnbt Palmer, Akron, O.
OVUM! kjUA, U.V. UOWCPC UU UUUJt I.UU1U
not turn in bed for weeks, cured by Fenton's Sar
Sarsiparllla ; had expended over one hundred dol
lars previous to using tne Acme or JHenicine, "tren
ton's Matchless." C. Field.
sod us roint, Hew lurk.
SCROFULOUS NECK, a number of ulcers, open
for nine mouths ; had the best medical advice in
Cleveland, O. A friend sent me Fenton's Sarsapa
rilla, Twelve bottles made a perfect and perma-
. 11. MKAR8.
North Bloomfleld. O,
Camp Bbowk, Wyoming, Dec. 86, 1874.
RHEUMATISM DrC if Fenton: The six bot
ties Sarsaparilla sent me in July latt, cured me of
Rbeumatssm, ana only used live, (one got broken.)
I had it for lour years, and spent nearly one thoua
and dollars, wsth the beet doctors in Montana Ter
ritory nrevious. I have got two more customers.
Please express me eighteen more bottles to South
Pass. Enclosed nod tbe greenbacks. Write me to
Camp Brown, as before. 1 ours truly.
GLOBE NAIL C0MT
Eottroors'TETO" SEED DRILL "IEW"
Band Caltivstor sow and cultivate all
mm. Bet and chespat.
Fries a mo eomnnea.
Washington, April.3. The Signal Ser
vice observations taken at 10 o clock this
forenoon indicate the following weather
probabilities for this afternoon and to
Indications for the upper ; Mississippi
and lower Missouri valleys, warmer east to
south winds, falling barometer, partly
cloudy weather and light rain or snow.
Bid He? Wonder Wht Tfcey Watched?
London, April 3. Oakey Hall watch
ed in Hyde Park, yesterday, with middle
aged lady. ' . ,
All efforts to obtain an interview with
Satliffa fail; he positively declines to be
JThirteen tramps yesterday and b'ix
this morning. O, for a stone pile I
JaeJust think of the defeated candi
dates for collector to-night.
BSyBaseballists come out to Tiuim's
Hall to-night and assist in the organization
of a club.
fRed pepper is a good thing in its
proper place, but when distributed over a
school room floor it generally fails to give
unalloyed pleasure, however much the
boys may enjoy the sport of seeing visitors
and others wipe their eyes and sneeze. A
young man named Elmer King had his
fun the last day of the winter term of
school and now he is in receipt of an in
vitation from the school iward to stay
way from school.
enred. Indigestion or want of action in the Liver
causes Headache, Constipation, Jaundice, Pain in
the Shoulders, Cough, Dizziness, sour Htomacn,
had taste in tne mouth, bilious attacks, palpitation
of the heart, depression of spirits or the blues, and
- i -l A -. .1 GlUUltVU 1111713
REGULATOR is the best remedy that has ever
been discovered for these ailments. It acts mildly.
effectually, and, being a simple vegetable com
pound, can do no injury in any quantities that it
may be taken. It is harmless in every way; it has
been for forty years, and hundreds of room and
great from ail parte of the country will vouch for
its virtues, viz : Hon Alexander II. Stephens, of
Georgia; Bishop Pierce, of Georgia; John GUI
Shorter, of Alabama; Gen. John B. Gordon, R, L.
Mott, of Columbus, Go., are
are among the hundreds to
whom we can refer. Extract
of a letter from Hon. Alexan
der H. Stephens, dated March
8, 1872: "I occasionally nse.
J when my condition requires it.
Dr. Simmons' Liver Regulator, with good effect.
It is mild, and suits me belter than more active
But mo Powness 01
LIVER REGULATOR un
less IK OOK EBOBATED
wbappeb, with tbasb
Mask, Stamp axd Siona
T. H. ZE1XIN & CO.,
MACON, GA.,and PHILADELPHIA
Price, $1. Sold hy all Druggists.
CONSUMPTION. Dr. C F Fenton, Dear Sir:
My wife was sick two years with consumption, we
paid out over one thousand dollars and received no
benefits; 1 sent for six bottles of your Matchless
Syrup: she took it np and supposed herself cured,
due year from this time she felt it coming ou. I
sent to Capt. John Vamer, of Cleveland, to send me
six more bottles, which completed tbe cure, for
which we thank you, and wish to say to all, we be
lieve it the best Renovator and Blood Purifier In
the world. Truly, your friend.
Capt. Hehbt Bbock, Port Burwell, OnL
FEMALE WEAKNESS, of seven years standing
cured by the nse of one and a half bottles Fenton's
Matchless Sarsaparilla. Mas. Wm. Sims,
- Port Hope, Mich.
SALT RHEUM eighteen years; used all the no
tad humor cures without effect : six bottles Fenton's
Matchless Sarsaparilla cured me ; it is a dead sure
cure. r c uood, jjunaio, n i.
B very person should read this carefully.
Dr Fenton. Cleveland. O. Dear Sir: Five years
ago, then in Brazil, South America, I there contrac
ted a disease that nearly cost me my life. I was
seven months in hospitals Spanish Brazilian and
Buenos Ay res but to no purpoms. l men went to
Clenf negos, Cuba, and spent sixty-four days In the
military hospital. The doctors told me if I had any
friends I had better make my way to them. The
American Consul sent me to New York. Last
Spring it came on me again, rest la the night was
out of the question. A friend In tbe St Charles
Hotel here (Detroit) advised Fenton's Ma'xbless
Syrup; I sent for six bottles. I have only Uken
four sad am perfectly well. I must say it surprised
me, and ail that knew the condition I was in -for
five years, I finely recommend Fenton's Matchless
SyruD above any blood purfisr ia the catalogue of
medicines. Yonrs respectfully.
Detroit, Mich. E. McKJtterick.
We intend to publish more wonderful evidences.
Bold in Kock Island by Joha Bengston, E Breu.
nert, T H Thomas and E Kaehler.
Western Agents, Van Schaack, Stevenson & Reld,
Fenwi M'fg Co , Proprietor. Cleveland, Of m
VteaUnrm. Hi ty I.X.LU"S C0.1B!ti,Ei.
LIND, HAGERTY k CO.,
Contractors & Builders
Of all descriptions of
Drtvatsand Specifications for Flouring Mills
Ssw Mills, Distilleries and Grain Elevators n ade
out on short notice. Are prepared to take con
tracts for building and machinty, and give pe rson
al attention to a., he details of construction. Re
pairs of all kinds .omptly attended to wheth.-r or
dered hy mail or in person.
At the old stand of H Brooks, (new No.,) 625 No
18 S. Washington street, PEORIA, ILL
CheetB at Street, opposite Independence Hall,
8. M. HEUUNGS, Proprietor.
Dally Abscs kept on file.
ST. LOUIS, MO.
rl order to meet the wsnts of the trsntleot pat
rons of this Hotel, rates have been reduced to
$2.50 and $2.00 per day, according to location of
rooms. Its eminent standing will be fully main
tained in every particular.
L. A. PRATT, Proprietor
J. F. ANTISDEL Proprietor.
The present proprietors of this Elegant Hote
have spared neither money or pains In furnishing
and improving tbe house; and with the Improved
Otis Elevator, recently put In It cannot be excelled
lor convenience and comiort to the traveling public
ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN,
, Opposite City Hall, Park. Court House, and New
AH Modern Improvements, including Elevstor
Booms, $1 per dsy snd upwards.
T. 3. FRENCH Sc BROS,, Proprietors.
Comer of Chambers Street, and VTest Broadway,
ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN.
Flrit-clafs accommodations for 400 guests. Loca
ted conveniently to business and places of amuse
ments. Care from all depots pass the door. Rooms
from (1 to $5 per day. Newly and handsomely fur
nished and decorated.
N. & 8. J. HTJGGIN8. Proprietors.
N. Hoggins, formerly of Msnbs ten Hotel. S. J.
Hoggins, formerly ot Lovejoy's H tel.
Fonrth Ave. Cor. 34th St.,
New York City
American and European Flan.
The central location of the "Ashland" makes It
a very desirable plare for strangeis, being one
block from Madison Park, also Broalway. and only
a short distance from any of the principal places
By taking either S3d St, cross town, or Fonrth
A venae Street Oars, access msy be had direct from
the door, to any part of the city.
MB. EDWARD A. JOHNSON,
will be found in charge of tbe office, where he has
presided for eight years, and will not fail to give
satisfaction to guests.
room ad board-fz,oo, f,50 and f 3 per Day.
Boosts- per bay and Upwards.
EL H. BROCKWAY, Proprietor.
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