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XOCX ISIiASD,.. .XXUS0X8. Saturday. September 15, 1877 THE SUPERVISORS. Regular September Term Proceedings. .Official THIRD DAT. Thursday, Sept 13. Board met pursuant to adjournment. Present all the member-, Supervisor Buff- man, cnairmao, preaiaiog. Minutes ot yesteraay s proceeuiuga react h - and approved. The committee on roads and bridges presented the following report, which wm received and adopted: ; . lour cominucee on roaas ana Driages, to whom was referred the petition of the citizens of Drury, asking thai the rates of ferriage established in the charter granted to the Muscatine Ferry Company, be reduced on vehicles and two horses from sixty, the present rate, to that of fifty cents, recommend that the prayer oi the petition be granted and that the rate of ferriage for vehicle and two horses be established at fifty cents for the round trip upon said ferry, as set forth in the charter of the Muscatine Ferry Company. All of which is respectfally submitted. R. J. Bell, II. S. Case, John Kistler." The special committee appointed by the board to investigate the matter of furnish ing water to the county jail, made the fol lowing report, which was adopted: Your committeo, to whom was referred the communication of John L. Reed, clerk of Rock Island city, in reterrence to furnishing the county jail with water, would recommend that the sum of forty dollars ($40) per year, as asked for by said city, be allowed. Jesse S. Dailey, VV. L. Sweeney, Thos. Kerr, Committee. Supervisor Johnston moved that Wm. Cannon, a pauper, be sent to Ithe Poor House. Carried. Supervisor Kerr moved that the super intendent of the poor farm be instructed to keep the wife of said Cannon away from the poor farm. Carried. Bills of a miscellaneous character were read and referred to the proper committees. The several monthly reports of S. R. Porter, county treasure and ex-officio collector, with accompanying touchers, were referred to the committee on finance, The sheriff presented the following re port, which was received and adopted, and the clerk authorized to draw orders on the treasurer for the several amounts, Your !committee,to whom you entrusted the letting of t'ae contract of remodeling the court house, would submit the follow ing report: That notice was given that bids would be received up to noon of July 24, for re modeling the court house as per plans and specifications, to be seen at the sheriff's office, and six different parties put in their several bids.of which VV. E. Cropper's was the lowest, and the contract was awarded to him at his bid, $1,050, and work was commenced the same day, and completed on contract time, viz: September 1st, in a very satisfactory manner, and reflects great credit, both to the arceitect, Mr. Holmes, and the contractor, Mr. Cropper. Your committee would state that after pmereHing in the work, it was, io the judgment of the architect and your com mittee, to furtherlprotect and add to the plans laid down by the architect, the cost of which may be seen in Mr, Cropper's bid, and the supplementary bill attached to this report. The total amount expen ded, including contract prices and extras, is $2,023.26, a little below the amount al lowed by your honorable board in July last. J. L. Perkins, Committee. Ci. A. Doellinger, jury chairs, $43.50, C, C. Knell, 4 tables and chair for judge. 37.25, L. M. Haverstick, spittoons, 10.65, Spencer k Noftaker, tin on tower and porch, 91.35, Barnard & Laas, spittoons. . 30,01), Thou. Yates, gas fixtures, 75,00, John Uhm. deks. 42.00. 1. N. Holmes, urchitect, 75.30, Total $405.11, The semi annual reports of J. L. Per kins, sheriff, and John V. Cook, county clerk, and Levi F. llaraon, circuit clerk. wero read and referred to the committee ou finance. The special committee appointed to ex amine the law passed at the last session of the legislature in regard to the support of the poor presented the following report, which was laid over for consideration until to-morrow morning at 9 o'clock: Your committee appointed to examine the law in regard to the support and main tenance of the poor beg leave to make the following report. After having examined the law we have como to the conclusion that the board of supervisors may permit each township to take care of its own poor, either by paying their board io the poor house or by maintaining them in the res pective towuships. We would therefore recommend that each township take charge of and maintain their own poor, either by payiug their board at the poor house, or supporting them at home, as the respective super visors may think best. We would therefore recommend that a commission be appointed to fix the amount per week tor boarding paupers and also to make all necessary arrangements for carry ing out the provisions of the lav. Tuon. Kerr, J. Cool, Jr. The committee appointed by the board to let the contract for heating the jail and court house made the following report, which was received and adopted: Your committee, appointed to heat the jail amd court house, would beg leave to submit the following report on the matters before them: Thoy, after a careful examination of all the bids received, awarded the contract to John Rowo, of Davenport, for the sum of sixteen hundred and fifty dollars ($1,050). That he has, in conformity with his bid, completed his contract in a manner in ava,n m. it an 5 of mntnw tft nini1 nnmmitfaa I Weweuldalso state that your committee ioudu it neceasary iu uu duuju auuiuuusi work, viz: heating the two new rooms formed by the removal of the stairs from the inside to the outside of the building, and the providing of hot water for the use of the jail, with the tank, pipes, eto., nec essary, making a bill of extras of $112.86, and a total of seventeen hundred and twenty-six and C8-100 dollars ($1,720.03), which sum we recommend be allowed him and an order drawn io bis favor. ' - W. L. Sweeney, Danid O. Reid, J. L. Perkins, Committee. Board adjourned until to-morrow morn ing at 9 o'clock. rOUETH DAY. Thursday, Sept. 14. Present all the members. Supervisor Kistler was chosen Chairman pro tern, but declined in favor of Supervisor Kerr. The report of the committeo in regard to the support of the poor, upon which action was deferred until 9 o'clock this morning, was called up (or action, and on motion to defer for action until to-morrow morning at 9 o'clock, the yoas and nays beinc called, the motion was carried. Yeas Supervisors Cool,.. Webster, Hirsch, Aster, Sweeney, Case, Hillier, Kistler and Womacks 9. IN ay s Supervisors Uell, Dailey, Murphy, Wake, McCrecry and Johnson 6. A copy of a resolution, passed by the Citf Council, asking that the Board erect a new township within tha city limits orJ Kock island, was read. Supervisor Oase presented the following preamble and resolution and moved their adoption: - - Whereas, The city of Rock Island has, by resolution of the City Council, requested to be organized iuto a fienarnta town, in accordance with the provisions of an act of the tieneral Assembly of the State of Illi nois, approved May 23. 1877. Therefore. It is hereby ordered that the city of Rock Island be and the same is hereby organized into a separate town, to be known and called : the town of the city of Rock. Island, the territory of the said town to embrace the corporate limits of .j ftf ni, Tsiflnj -nA . he niaf.ft holding the town meetings in said town is hereby fixed at the cngine house jQ the Second ward in said city, provided that the resolution shill not take effect until March 1, 1878. On motion of Supervisor Aster, the matter was referred to a committee of three, consisting of Supervisors Daily, Hirsch and Bell, who were appointed by the chair, and who made the following re port: Your committee to whom was referred the request of the city council of Rock Isl and to organize said city into a separate town do not agree as to the propriety o! granting their request and would respect fully refer the whole matter back to the board. Jesse S. Daily, Simon Hirsch, R. J. Bell. Committee. Supervisor Reid moved that the report of the committee be received and that the request of the city council be granted The yeas and "Bays were called and the report was adopted as amended, by a vote of 9 to 7. Yeas: Supervisors Wake, Reid. Hirsch, Aster, Sweeney, Case, Johnson, Kistler and Womacks 9. Nays: Supervisors Cool, Bell, Daily, McMurphy, Webster. Hillier and Mo- Creery 7. The special committee, appointed to in vestigate the case of Henry Grimm, made the following report, which, on motion oi Supervisor Johnson, was received and adopted: lour committee to whom was referred the matter of the support of the wife of Henry Grimm, now an insane inmate of the poor house, respectfully report that we find, after dilligent inquiry, that Henry Grimm is possessed of sufficient means to amply provide for her, and we recommend that measures be taken to compel him to do so. We further recommend that sum per week be fixed for her maintenance in the poor house, which he shall be re required to pay. All of which is respectfully submitted, H. S. Case, Thos. Kerr, Joan Aster, Committee, Supervisor Daily moved that the sum of $2.75 per week be charged said Grimm for the support of his wife at the poor farm Supervisor Sweeney moved to amend by inserting the sum ot $2.50 per week Amendment lost and original motion carried. Supervisor Aster moved that A. Sinnet pay the sum of $4 per week for the main tenance of his insane son at the poor farm Carrie d. Supervisor Sweeney moved that the democrats be allowed to hold their caucus in the court house to-morrow night. Lost. Petition of S. L. Wade for a refund of tax, was read and on motion, the sum of $20.70 was ordered refunded to said Wade. The committee on poor house, to whom the report of the superintendent of the poor farm was referred, made the following report which, on motion, was received and adopted; The committee on poor house, to whom Was referred the annual report of the superintendent of the poor farm, would report that, having examined the same, they find nothing contained therein for any action of this board, it being a statistical report required by law to be made and filed with the county clerk for the benefit and information of the public. All of which is respectfully submitted. W. L. Sweeney, R. D. McCreery, Stmon Hirsch, Committee. lioard adiourned until to-morrow morn ing at 9 o'clock. St. Zionis Fair. Rock Island, Sept. 1, 1877. Kound trip tickets from Rock Island to St. Louis aud return, will be sold by the O., R. & Q. road duriog the present month, at $10.80 each, on the lollowine dates: Sept. 10th and 11th good until Sept 17th. " 24th and 25th " " Uct.lst. " 29th to Oct. Oth (inclusive) good until Uct. 8th. 9 ldtd C. V. Dana, Agent. Nov. Pall Goods. A Loeb, the fashionable tuaihant tailor, is in receipt of his purchaf m for the fall trade, gentlemen's dress audtmsioess suits, A splendid line of Frencbf Lnglish, and Scotch suitings, as well as he best Ameri can cassimeres is offered to choose from. and suits will be made top order in accor dance with the new autmn fanhioDS spe cially obtained from Lnidon. Prices this season much lower tuaf ever before, tf Legal Blanks, of all kinds for pale at Th Akotjs Office OLD AND TRIED. JLUD JUDBl xa wo vuvauDsu INSURE WITH Em CLULID, AGENTS, It 1T6. L1II6 UllQ Jl.CClU.6IlX. TUS OSLY AQBNCT DOIKU EXCLOSIVELT INSURANCE. ALL 1.0188 PROM PTLT ATrKNDI TO. POLI CI18 IS8UID IN TUB FOLLOWING OLD AND TRIID COMPANIES. ruiE. Old New VorktUnde wrltert Agency. 8,500,000 Old ContinenUl 3,040,000 Old Phoenix 2,792,000 Old Howard, organized 1825. 800,000 German-American 2,250,000 1 Liverpool A London & -Globe 30,000,000 Royal, of London 20,000,000 Imoerial.of London. 13,000,000 Northern, of London Glrard, of Philadelphia.... .. St. Paul Fire and Marine Trader of Chicago 27,000,000 1,000.000 1,000,000 950,000 437,000 Atlantic, of Brooklyn . Amazon, of Cincinnati, Ohio.. 935,000 Rhode Island Association ...... I Western, of Toronto ' 1,500.000 1,500,000 805,315 Fairfield, of Connecticut ...... Commonwealth, ot Boston... 435,834 Revere, of Boston 288,375 ACCIDENT. I Travelers' Accident, of Hartford.. 8,700,000 - LUTE. I Washington Life ,.. 5,500,000 $119,933,524 Total Assets I OFFICE. BEN QSTON 'S BIiOCK.1 l-'foClady or gentlemsn ..Fot salejbv all rmgia and Mo1 bock islandoUX M.w-- auva uuuiujiui - SOAP! ft rz ' Vi r' V GLENN'S SULPHUR SOAP. Thoroughly Cures Diseases of the Skin Beautifies the Complexion, Prevents and Remedies Rheumatism and Gout, Heals Sores and Abrasions of the Cuticle and Counteracts Contagion. This Standard External Remedy for Erup tions, Sores and Injuries of the Skin, not only REMOVES FROM THE COMPLEXION ALL BLEM ISHES arising from local imparities of the blood and obstruction of the pores, but also those produced by the sun and wind, such as tan and freckles. It rendrs the cuticle : MARVELOUSLY CLEAR, SMCJTH and PLIANT, and being a wholesome BEAUTIFIER is far preferable to any cosmetic. ALL THE REMEDIAL ADVANTAGES OF SUL. phur Baths are insured by the use of Glenn's Sulphur Soan. which in addi tion to its purifying effects, remedies and PRE VENTS rheumatism and OOUT. It also DISINFECTS CLOTHING and LINEN and PREVENTS DISEASES COMMUNICATED BY CONTACT with the PERSON. It dissolves Dandruff, prevents bald ness, and retards grayness of the hair. Thysicians speak of it in high term. Prices 25 and 50 Cents per Cake: per Box (3 Cakes 60c. and $1.20. N U. Sent by Mail, Prepaid, on receipt of price, and 5 cents extra for each Cake. "MILL'S HAIR AND WHISKER DYE," Black or Brown, 00 Cents. C. 5. CRITTEST05, Prop'r, 7 Sixth Av.,0. PYL Is The Champion FOR WASHING IN HARD OR SOFT WATER. No other Soap in this country is so serviceable to Housekeepers, and so well worth their attention. Pyle's 0. K. Saleratus, Is the genuine pure, healthy kind that every good pastry cook needs, "to insure complete success. Try these honest articles. Sold by Grocers Everywhere. Ifanfd cyJAS. PILE, ITewTork, Sold by B-. STKECKFUS ft SOS1, Rock Island Original and Standard Manufactures.' . OFFIf'E AM FATTORY, Nos. 64, 66, 68,70,72,74,76,80 & 82 Washington St, N.Y. Babbitt's BEST SOAP. The most nleaaant unci effective Soap for the Inrni- dry or for Fninily WnnhiiiB purposes ever ottered. K trial lockage Keut free uu receipt of 20 ceuta. Babbitt's TOILET SOAP. e imret vntable oils. Unrivaled for ! the 1'nllot mid the Knth. For upc in the Rpmert it liaH noequnl. Maniple ox. coutuiUK tareu cane, neut free ou receipt ot 7o ceuto. Babbitt's SOAP POWDER. From thin Powder a bentif ul and serviceable white oft SoiiPi of any desired streuvtu, can be made in ten minutes without the use of irrease or iiotash. Trial packaKe sent free on receipt of 25 cents. Babbitt's YEAST POWDER. Ahaolntelv pure. Bread. cakes, pnddinan, etc.. made in s short space of time, keep lontrer. and are more di- trestible than wheu made of coniuiou aud cheap imita tions. A trial package sent free ou receipt of 75 cents. abbitt's SALERATUS. A standard article. A sample package sent free on receipt of 26 cents. Babbitt's CREAM TARTAR. Warranted free from all Impurities. The house- rife can rely upon it. Trial package sent free on re ceipt of 75 cents. labbitfs POTASH. A nn re concentrated alkali, double the strenirth of common potash. Sample sent free on receipt of 26 cents. THE PltOPMETOIt will an ounce of fold for every ounce ol tmpuriuea louna in JFor Sale by all Dealers. CORBETT'S i j FOUR ouncEs la imfflcientfor a washing of three to four dozen pieces, and with o:ie-third the time and inbor. since, bvsonklns clothes with a solution of it, very little rubbing is required. THE CHEAPEST SOAP IN THE WORLD. ASK YOUIt GROCER. CORBETT, BOYRTCN i CO., Not, 3i i C5 T'. TTuJigta Zi., Ciieago, SL Q1SM0H0SMA1B Is ttMMfwt mi the best, U lnuataBm in Its astian, and H prodiMes the most natural shades o f black or hrowa. doe not .tain th. akin, aad is easily applied. Iti s a standard i airivtwra ani M iMM raw. iwfM BT BABBITT S IIZLUBOLD'S REMEDIES. Eia I n H Ml GENUINE PREPARATIONS HELMBOLD'S Compound Fluid Extract OF BUCHU, THE GREAT DIURETIC. HELMBOLD'S Compound Maid Extract OF SARSAPARILLA THE Great Blood Purifier. SOLD BY All Druggists Everywhere. Ask for Helmtold's. Take No Other, Price $1 per Bottle. or Six for $5. Beware of Counterfeits. None genuine unless in Steel JEn graved White Wraonexs. facsimile of chemical warehouse, and my preparatory stamp affixed. A.L.HELM60LD Successor to and Manufacturer of H. T. nEHIBOLB'b Geauine Preparations ! Advice gratis Medical depot, 104 South Tenth Chestnut, Philadelphia. " " ' Street, belw Uannfactaers . 1 KnVTl .!;y iS,M Ol - Ji CHICAGO WHIP SOCKET MANUFACTORY. THl PBBBL198. Thx Gem m 50 . x'5ttl 3 V - s . a o s S s 71 3 r 0 K H Cm : 0 a ! ti . a u g o Patent Allowed. Patent Allowed. W8. B. A full line of samples sent by express on receipt of $3.25, with privilege of retursing by paying express cnarges botn ways. Centennial Exhibition Prize Medal Awarded Eagle Anvil Works Established 1843.1 Made at the oldest Anvil manufactory in this country . All English Anvils, titer a time, become hollowing; on the face by continued hammering in nse, on acconntof the fibrous nature of the wryu&bt iron causm? u io "settle." nncer me steel. But tne Body or the Kaele Anvil being vi crvs talMzed Iron, such settling cannot occur; and the teel face therefore remains perfectly true.- Also, it has the great advantage, that being of a more solid material, and. conseanentlv. with lefs re bound, the piece forged receives the FULL effect 01 tne nammer, instead 01 a part ot it being wastea by the rebound, as with a wrought iron Anvil. More work can therefore be done on this Anvil with a hammer one-fifth lighter than required for a L . : . 4 1 1. 1 n l. 2 . . ... " vniupi iruii aiivii which io uiorv eiaeiic. The working surface is in on piece of jEssop'a best tool ast steel, accurately ground, nam lened and given the proper temper for the heav wort. -i ne norn is oi tongh nntempered steel. The cast steel surface is warranted to be oughly welded and not to con off. PRICE LIST. Octobkr 1st. 187B. Anvils weighing 100 lbs. to 800 lbs. 9 Cts per lb Smaller Anvils, ("Minims.") from $5.75 to fS each Dooley's Patent Combination TOE-CALKS. Tat ap in boxes containing 35 Se, eacb. These Toe-Calks are made from Steel converted from carefully selected brands of Norway and Swedes Iron by a special process which ensures the mmotaease in weiaine, together with tne createet durability in wear. For sale by all Iron, steel and hardware dealers throughout New England Manufactured solely by O. F. DEWICK & CO., SW Dorchester Ave., South Bo. ton, Mass. HELICAL. HOW WONDERFUL TS VORDICK'N ISIATIC MMIT. For Rhenmatism it may be acute or chronic or InHainatory rheumatism. Tic Doloreux. Toothache, Heartache, f.urache, innammation of the Momuch, Boweis or Kidneys, bprains. Strains. Lame Back. Bruwn, jenraieia, cramps. Hiitiw. Scalds. Mos quito Bitos. Stings of Poisonons insL-cts, chiibains Ueafnes-s, Sunstrolces, Soarnees and Tains in the feet. Legs, Joints, etc., Lameness, dwelling of the Knees, Feet, Legs, Frost Bites, Chapped Hands, etc. Aud in all cases where there is pain or dis tress, if applied over the part or parts, will afford immediate relief. BEST INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL' REMEDY VET DISCOVERED The bes; and the stroncest Liniment In the world Prove it yourself by a trial. Orders with cash promptly filled. Price 50c and $1 per bottle. Great redaction or price to the wholesale trade. Agents wanted in every city and town. This valuable pain destroying remedy shnnld be in every family. The timely nse of this medicine has saved the people an immense amount of suffer ing and thousands of dollais. Its efficacy ss an in stant relief for pains of every description, has ha come thoroughly tested, it nas proved a potent remedy for horses, curing those animals speedily of cone or Dots, itnnareus oi references could De given where these noble animals ha v. been saved by the timely nse ol this preparation. repurchasers of the celebrated medicine de scribed in this card will be snre and not be pot otf with inferior or unknown articles. Jf vou cannot and what yon desire in one store, yon will at aooth er near by. Take only the genuine. Price oniy duc bub ii per noiue. Address an oraers to A. U. OKUlCK, Chemist and Dmgelst, St. Lonib, Mo. Price 50c and $1 per Bottle If not sold by your Druggist or storekeeper, we win iorwara Dy express io any aanress. half dozkn, shall Half Dozen, large 5.00 75,000 BOTTLES Sold in 1876 of This Liniment. Te s timon ial s . St Chablks, Mo. Vordick's Rheumatic Liniment Is wonderful. was laid tip for 18 weeks; tried everything I was told; doct irs could do nothing for me. until I was told to try one bottle of Vordick's Celebrated Rheu matic Liniment. U cured me, aud I must give it an tne praise, lay case is too long to tell yon all here. Address me and enclose a stamp and I will ieu you an a Don i u. l ours trniy. UBO. J. BOCNKKR. Prop, of Washington House, corner Clay and Sixth streets, du unanes, mo. St. Louis, Mo. It Is a sure care for Neuralgia. John Powers. St. Loots, Mo. It cured my back. I suffered a great deal. Johnathan S. Ki iolph, St. Chaklbs, Mo. I sell it now. . Geo. F. Bokhkeb, I recommend it to everyone. It always helncd in our lamuy. mm. Fobstbb, Six Mile House, West St Louis. St Loots. Mo. I can recommend Vordick's Rhenmatic Liniment. I never saw any Liniment to beat it. lours truly, Daniel Piuscr St. Chaklis. Mo I recommend it to everyone for the above com piaintB. unis Liniment has done great wonders. xooraturiy, Fwu Hackmas. ct. Lons. Mo. I can recommend Vordick's Rheumatic Liniment as one ct tne greatest Linimenta the world can pro ouce l bad a very sore hand, sprained while caicmug a ny oati. lours iraiy, John Dolak, Catcher of Red Stockings Base BaU Club. - ' - ftT. TTTTa TWIn I always keerj Vordick's Celebrated Rh Llnimeot,in the house. It Is a good remedy for all it claims above. OGOathjsr, 6t- Louis Four-Mile House. I recommend it to an afflicted. It U a friend In the honse, Yours truly, Bth Cbafmait, . Wakrixutox. Mo. It is a great Liniment for all pains. It makes no difference where yon have a pain, it will cure it. Yours truly, Hinbt Kowa. California, Mo. It la a great remedy, for Eheumaiiam and Neu ralgia, I say it will cure every case. I am yours, " " " Joh Howard, 't ,,-r : .' Wkhtsvuxs, Mo.- I sell ordlck s Rhenmatic Liniment in mv store. The? all praise it every day when they coma to me for it. Yours. ; iHehbt Widbrkempko , ours. ; iHikbt wioiREtma. Thonaanda more of testimonials, but apace does not allow more. fee T Jefferson Avenue and Benton St., Bold by aU Rock Island DruggUu. ST, LOUIS MISFIT CARPETS. English Brussels, Three Ply and Velvet Kuga, Crumb Cloths, Uu Cloths, 112 FULTON STREET, - Carpets carefully packed and sent to Send for Price List. - ENSEALING GREEN'S PATENT SHIRT-BOSOM, STRETCH erand Ironing Board. Most perfect, durabls and cheapest ironing-board in the world. Alway; ready for use; needs no adjusting fits any shirt never out of order. For sale by all Grocer and Hardware dealers. GREEN BROS., Manufacture ro, 159 LaSalle Street, CHICAGO. WIBS QCOES. J. MONEY & CO., Manufacturers of Diamond Wire Window Guards OFFICE AND COUNTER. BAILINGS, Fire Guards, Selves, Riddles, Screens of all Descrip tions, and Wire Work generally. Office, 207 Second Street, MILWAUKEE, WIS tyAlso sole Agents for German Insest Powder S3A1ES. DOWN WITH HIGH PRICES. CHICAGO SCALE CO.. 68 4 70 W. Monroe Street, .CHICAGO, U L. ,4-tou Ilay Scales, $60;Zol Price. $160. All other aiiea it great refaction. All Scalei Warranted t-end for circular and price list. WOMEN! USE L7DIA E. PIKEHAM'S Vegetable Compound THE SURE CURE FOR PROLAPSUS UTERI, AND All Female Complaints 1 A Remedy that Is rapidly taking the place of all other Preparations for the Cure of all Female Weaknesses ! This Compound, which s purely vccetable. has entirety cured the most stubborn cases that have baffled the skill of our best physicians, and thous ands of persons who were considered as incurable before this remedy was discovered have own re stoied ;o perfect health by its use. Worth $1,000 In a Single Cass. Burlington, Vr , Dec. 15th, 1876. Mrs. Ltdia K. Pinkiaii:- It is with rleaure that we are able to say that in every case reported to us your Vegetable Cohpocsd has given uni versal satisfaction. One gentleman told us to-day that it had done his wife a thonaand dollars worth of good, as he expressed it. Our customers with out a single exception, apeak of it in the highest terms of praise. You are at liberty to make use of this in advertising if von choose. Yours very re spectfully. ,H, B. STKAHNS & CO., Druegieta. pnne famphlet "Uuide to womeu" will De sent free to any address by enclosing stamp to LYOIA S. PINKHAM, Lynn, Mass. Lydia E. Pinkhavis Vegetable Compound Is sold by all Druggistt at f 1 per bottle. Whole sale Agents George .'. uoonwin to., No. ss Hanover street, and Carter, Hairis Haw ley. No. SMi WasbinirtB street. Boston. J ILVZS PLATZD WAEE, WILCOX SUM PLATE COII Show Rooms, 21 Maiden Lane, X. Y. Factories, West Meriden, Conn Manufacturers of Hated -Tea Sets PORCELAIN LINBD Ice Pitchers, Castors, "WAITBES, Coffee and ice Water Urns EPERG1STES, 1 IIIPIMWF. BOSOtt-STBSTSaZB. FRUIT STANDS, CAKE BASKETS, 13ERRY DISHES , Spoons cj Forks, Pearl, Ivory and Steel Handled KNIVES. &CM &CM &C. UTTneae Goods can be lonnd at all First Clasn Daa in Plated Ware. In purchasing call for tarmuors ouadeuplb plate. 4-dJ Ingrain, also, Stair Carpets etc., very cheap at the Uld Place - - NEW YORK any part of the U. S. free of charge. J. A, BEND ALL, AStlTICAL HUBS EOBEBT BATY, Mannractnrer of Ji ARTIFICIAL LIMBS, Office tor the Northwest of Dr. Blv'e Ci-i)..... . Patent Limbe, as tne following will show : Rochester, N. Y.. Scm. 1 id-. Robert Batt, Khq., Milwaukee, Wis. iiin sir: xou are tne only party autliuri,, ,1 make my Patent Legs In the Northwest, tiim-V. log no one in Chicago aithorized to maiiufa, , any of my patents. Yours &c, " ' hh. bi.v Bly's Limbs manufactured oe Government o- ., Apparatus for Shortened Limbs and alibi,,,? ties. For particulars address '' 105 Wisconsin Street Milwank.-. . CHANGE OF PBICES AT I i V. Dauber's Old Stand. New Shoes 40 cents. Re-set 20 rents. Now b' t first-class workmen employed. liorcebociitc i all Its branches. Interfering, naner Cutter?. 'sr.d Uoof-Boand Horses Cared CBT Special attention given to shoeing Tnntcrj All work wtrranted. Ilorsemen and others invited to call. Shop Third avenne, between 18th and iwk street. ....RUCK ISLAND. STATE 81 ANAG ESI EST! And la daily operation over 37 years. $15,000$ FOR ' " TUES. OCT. 16 and 27, "17, STATE ALLOTMENT OP $67,925 IU PEIZES! 1 Prize of $15.000 )! 1 Prize of H.oui a 1 Priie of 4 6,0001 1 Prize of " S.600 ( W' 1 Prize of 8,H"i t889 Other Prizes amounting to..". 44,9a5J Whole Tickets, $1:50 Whole Tickets for $15; ion Tickets. $90. Chartered for Educational Institutions. Under Charter no postponement can ever ocenr. A'l pn paid in fall. Official list of drawn numbers pnblished In N. Y. Herald, N. Y. Sun, and Louis ville Courier-Journal. Circulars containing full particulars fre. Address SIMMONS & DICKINSON' Managers Office, 72 3d St., Louisville. Kv. Similar Allottments on the 1Mb ami Mt days of every month during the year. lltliwlm Hotels. ALBR0 HOUSE, GALVA.. ILLINOIS. Opposite C, B. & Q. Depot. Anderson & Smith Proprietors. BIHGHALI HOUSE, Elevecth and Market Street, PHILADELPHIA ...PA. A 4;h r"iret & 2nd Floors, 18.00 per dav: 3rd Floors f 2,50 per day. Ccblis Davis, Proprietor. PE0EIA HOUSE, East corner Public Square, PEORIA ILLS. Cuas. A. Dkake, Proprietor, Rates reduced to $2 01; 12 50; $3 00 per day. AMERICAN HOTEL ChetaatStreet,pposite Independence nM, PHILADELPHIA, FA , S.M.HEULINGS, Proprietor. Dally ARors kept on file. Cras. Regkiir.- -Clerks -Ben. W. Swori J . H. Berry, Book-keeper. WALHUT ST., HOUSE 'Walnut Street, Bet 6th and 7th Streets. CINCINNATI OHIO d&wly C. S. GREEN, Proprietor. BAEHUMS HOTEL, ST. Lotns, J10 IN order to meet the wanta of the trantieitpat rous of this Hotel, rates have been reduced if $3.50 and $2.00 per day, according to location ol rooms. Its eminent standing will he iallf biac- taiue in every particular. JL. A. PRATT, Proprietor FEEH CH'S HOTEL ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN, Opposite City Hall, Park, Court Houee, aud "c . roet Office. NEW YORK. All Modern Xmnrovementa. tnclndin? Elevate Rooms, (1 per day and upwards. 1. iUUM'U S, iJKOS,, Propneiort. NEVHALL HOUSE MILWAUKEE; J. F. ANTISDEL Proprietor. The present proprietors of this Elepant Ho:e have spared neither money or pains in furnis h:f and improving the house ; and with the inipronfi Otis Elevator, recently put in it cannot be excesM for convenience and comfort to the traveling pif nnawnprn th a xt crrtT'irT,. vvwiliVA iAU"-' Corner of Chambera BUeet. and West BroaO.v NEW YORK. ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN. Firat-clasaccommodationefor400guci':e. U ted conveniently to buelnesa and places of aiun meuta. Care from all depots pass the door. KiD' from 1 to $5 per day. Hewlyand haudtomii l niahedand decorated. N. 8. J. HUGGIS. Proprietors. N. Huggina, formerly of Manba ten Hotel, s Huggiuc, lormerly of Love joy's liotel. ASHLAND HOUSE, Fcvth'Ave. Ccr. 4th 6U, New York.Citv- J L ... Americanand European Plan. - The central location oTihe "Ashland-' mat"1' very desirable place for strangers, being w block from Madiaou Park, also Broadway, ac a a short distance frumany of the principal pi""' of amusement. h - By Uking either 23d St., cross town, or Founo Avenue fcu-eet t:are, acceee may be had direct ir" the door, to any part of the city. MR. EDWARD A. JOHNSON, will be found in charge of the office, where he presided for eight years, aad will not fail to gi satisfaction to guests. Room akd BoAHB-f2,00, f,50 and f3perlJ HfBRScKAr.Froprietcr