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BOCK ISZ.AHD.. ZZXZVOZS. Tueslay October 9. 1S77. BAEWATS BEMEDIES. ES.. 3R. BADWATS READY RELIEF CURES THE WORST PAINS In from One to Twenty? Minutes, NOT ONE HOUR After reading th.s ailve rtlsemcnt need any one Suffer with tain RADWAY'S REL.1EF IS A CURB FOR EVERY PAIN. It was the first and Is THE ONLY PAIN REMEDY thtt instantly stops tbe most excruciating pains allays Inflammations, and cares Congestions wheincr 01 tne iangs, stomacn, uowels or othe Elanos or organs, or one application IN FROM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES. no mutter how violent or excruciating the pain, the Rheumatic, Bod Hidden, Infirm, Crippled, Nervous Neuralgic or prostrated wun disease may sutler, FEOH THE HON TSUELOW WEED INDORSING DR. RADWAY'S R. R. R. REMEDIES, AITEH CHISQ THH TOH SITIRAL YIARS. Nw York, Jan. 4, 1877. Dkar Sir! Having for several years used your medicines, doubting!; at first, bnt after experienc ing their efficacy with full conlldence, It is no lens pleasure tlian a duty to tbanifully acknowledge the advantage we have derived from them. The pills are reported to a ofter as occasion requires, and always with tho desired effect. The Ready Kullef cannot be better described than it Is by its name. We apply the liniment frequently and free ly, almost Invariably finding the promised "Kellel Truly yours, isinea) iulklajw wkku. Dr. Kadwat. Radway's Beady Relie WILL AFFORD INSTANT EASE. Inflammation of the Kidneys, Inflammation of the madder, in n animation or tne Bowels, Conges tion of the Lungs, tore Throat, Difficult Mrrathlnir, Palpitation of the Heart, Hysterics, I'ronp, Dlpthcrta. Ca tarrh. Influeur.a, lleadache, Toothache. Neuralgia, Rheumatism. Cold Chills Ague Chills. The application of the Ready Relief to the part or parts wnere tne pain or aimcuity exists win or lord ease ana comrort. Twenty drops In half a tnmhler of water will in few minutes cure Cramps, Sprains, Hour Htomac tfnartbnm, Rick lleadache, Diarrhoea, Dysentery Olio, Wind In the Bowels, and all Internal Pains Travelers should always carry bottle of KAU WAY H KKADY KELIKF with them. A few drops, In water will prevent sickness or pains from chance of water. It Is better than French Brandy or Pit ers as a stimulant. FEVER & AGUE Fever and Ague cure? foflfty cents. There Is not a remedial agent in the world that will cure fever and ague, anil all other malarious, btllons, scarlet, typhoid, yellow and other fevers (aided by Kmlway's i'IUh.ioo quick as Radway's Ready Relief. Fifty cents per bottle. HEALTH fBEAUTY! Scroti and Pure, Rich Blood Increase of Hesh and Weight Clear fekin and Beautiful Complexion Secured to all. OR. RADWAY'S SarsapariSlian iiesolreut lias made the rnont astonishing Cures; so quick, so rapid are the changes of the bod) undergoes under tho Influence of this truly wonderful med icine that Every Day an Increase of Flesh and Weight is Seen and Felt. The Groat Blood Purifier. Every Drop of the 8AUSAPARILLIAN KESOL VKNT commntilcatPB through the Blood, (Sweat, Urine, anil other fluids and lulres of the syx'em the VlL'or of Life, for it repair the wattes nf the body wun new aim sound uiuteriul. heroin la. syunlllH CoiiHUinption, Glandular Diseases, Ulcers In the Throat. Mouth. Tumors, Nodes in the Glands and other parts of the system, Wore Eyes, Strumorous Disclmrges from the Kitrs, and the worst lorms of Skin lliceases. Eruptions, Fever Sores, Scald Head, Ring Worm, Salt Kin-urn. Erysipelas, Acne, Black Spots, Worms In the Flesh, Tumors, Cunters in the Womb, and all Weakening and Painful Discbarges. Night Sweats, Loss of Sperm and all Wastes of the Llf Principle, are within the curative range of thin wonder ot Modern Ulieintstry, ami a lew uavs nse will prove to any person nsiug it for cither of these lorms o urease its potent power to cure mem. If the patient, daily becoming reduced by the wastes anil decomposition that are continually pro. greasing succeeds in arresting these wastes, and repairs the same with new material made from healthy blood and this the HAKAPAKILLIAN will ami does secure a cure Is certain; for when once this remedy commences Its work of purinca- tion.nnd succeeds in diminishing the loss of wastes lit repairs wil, be rapid, and every day the patten will feel himself growing netter and stronger, the food digesting better, appetite improving, aud flesh anil weigm increasing. Not only does tbe Sahsaparilijan Resomtekt excel all remedial agents In the Cure of chronic Scrofulous, Constitutional and Skin Diseases, but it is trie only positive cure for Kidney and Bladder Complaints, Urinary and Womb Diseases, Gravel. Diabtes Dropsy, Stoppage of Water.Inciintlniisnce of Urine lirlglii iteM, AlbnmtntirlN, and In all rase wlieru there are brick-dtist deposits, or the water I thick, cloudy, mixed wilh substances like the white of un egg, or threads like white silk, or there is a niorhlil, (lark, bilious appeamnce, and white bonc- nusi aepoaus, aim wlieu there Ik a pricking, burn Ing sensation when passing water, and Pain lu the Siuull or tne Hack and along the Loins. Tumor of 12 Years' Growth Cured by Jiaavony $ Kexolvent. Be vim T, Mass .July 18, 1S!0. Du. Uaowat: I have had Ovarian Tumor in ih ovaries a.d bowels. All the doctor said "there was no help for It." I tried everything that was recommended, hut nothing helped me. i saw your Hesolvunt, and thought I wo ild try it; hut bad no iuiiii in II, iwr.au w l mid mllered or twelve rear.. 1 took U bottles of the Itcsolvenl and one box of uuway s nil, anu two Dottles or yonr Headv lte lief ; a nil there is not a sign of tumor to be seen or in It. and l feel better, smsrter and happier than have for twelve years. The worst tumor was In th left side of the bowels, over the groin. I write this to you for tho bone 111 of others. You can publish it u you cuuose, llA.XiNAU V. KWAl'I', PRICE, ft PER BOTTLE. AN IMPORTANT LETTER. Ann, Aiibou. Mich.. Anril Ml. 1R7R. Dil. Kadwat Kind bir: f have been taking you itesoiveni, iieguiniiug rills, and aim, using the ueauy Kellei anout ouo year 'or ovari&n tumors on the abdomen which bo uios Imminent physicians of our Medical Colle( .protiounced Incurable. They were like a.te on a tree. Wheu I was sit ting lu a chair they hung almost to tile ttoor, and my weight was 370 poamls when I commenced with your remedies, and now it is 310 pounds, hut they are not all gone yet. 1 have taken twenty-four bot tles of Kesolvent. nine of Kellef, and twenty -four boxes of mis. I get the medicine from (. tiren vl 11. Please send me jour book "False and True." MUS. U. K.HAPF. Another Letter from Mrs. C. Krapf. .... August IS, 1875. Da. Rao way Kind Sir: I take the liberty to ad dress you again. My health Is greatly Improved by liiu use of yonr medicines. Three of the tumors aro entirely gone, and the fourth is nearly so. Dropsy is gone, health still Improving, and my weight decreasing evry fast. 1 have had a great many calls this summer to Inquire of the wonder ful cure your medicine has done for mo, one from Ohio, one from Canada, three from Jackson, and quite a number from this place. Y'ours with re spect, MUS. C. KKAPF. We are well acquainted with Mrs. Krapf. bhe is an estimable lady, and very benevolent. 8 he has been the means of selling many bottle of tbe lie solvent by the druggists of Ann Arbor to persons afflicted with internal tumors. We have heard of ome wondeiful cures effected by it. Yours re apectfully, KUEUBACU & CO. Anu Arbor. Mich., Aug. 18, 1STD. JDr. 3c& ri, dv ixy ' & EEGULATIHG PILLS perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with sweet gum, purge, regulate, purify, cleanse, and strengh en. Uadway's Pills, for the cure of all disorders of the Stomach, Liver, Bowels, Kidueya, Bladder, Nervous Disease, Headache, Constipation, Costive new, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Bilious Fever, lntlammatiou of the Bowels, Piles, and all Derangements of the Internal Viscera. Warranted lo effect a positive cure. Purely Vegetable, con taining no mercury, mineral or deleterlou drag. k f Observe tne following symptom resulting from disorders of the Digestive Organs. Constipation, Inward Piles, Fullness of the Blood In the Head, Acidity of tho Stomach. Nausea. Uearlburu, Disrust of Food. Fullness of Weight in the Htoniach, SourKrupuons,Siukingor Flutter tugs In the Pit of the Stomach. Swimming of the Bead, Uurrled and Dirlicull Breathing, Fluttering mt lli.urt ll,nl,in,. ... U...1'. . - . wnen in a laying rosture, Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs before the Sight. Fever and Dull Pain in tho Bead, Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness of me sum anu ayes, rain in tue MUe, Chest, Limbs. . ; 1 " ouriuug in me t lesh. A few doses of UADWAY'H PILLb will free the system from all the above named disorders. Price cent per box. Bold by druggist. Head "FAL8B ND.TKUK." Send one letter-stamp to HAD WAY, CO.. No 28 l.!l7!5nNew. York- Information worth thou anu will b Mat too. OXTY. INDEPENDENT CANDIDATES. COUNTY TICKET. For Connty Judge, V. M. B LANDING. For Connty Clerk, AUGUST TIMM. For County Treaenrer, SAMUEL K. PORTER. For County Superintendent of Schools, M. M. CORBETT. (Citizens' Independent Candidate.) For Connty SnperiDtendent of Schools, MISS ANNIE KIRKPATRICK. Burbank at Dart's Hall, this even'm. A fall line of dress goods at II. C, Wivill's. 8d3t For Sale. A good family horse and boggy. For farther particulars call at this office. 20-dti Parties wanting the best soft coal self- feeder, should buy the Victoria, It's the heaviest and best made. At David Don e. Second aveoue. dwtf All kinds of House and Sign Painting. UraiDiog. etc., with neatness and dispatch Give me a call. Shop on Eighteenth street, above Ihird avenue. sep3-d3m C. J ueroens. I he celebrated reoria show cases; cheaper than any other in the market. Quality guaranted, Workmanship un surpassed. Rob't O.Lutke, manufacturer, l'eoria. Ills., Field Bros., agents, Rock Island, laLl 5-10dly Ladies who use Sozodont have only to open their lips to prove its excellence, Their white gleaming, spotless teeth, and fragrant breath will tell the story. There is more demand for this wholesome and unexceptionable preparation than for any other dentifrice in the market. Uoe day its use will be universal. Mend your broken chattels with Spald ing a tilue. Burbank at Dart's Hall, this evening. A Great Auction Sale. About two hundred stoves to be sold at auction on Wednesday, Oct. the 10tb 1877, consisting of office, parlor, bedroom and cooking varieties, a, also, ranges: at tbe store next to (. A. Doeliiotrer's furniture store on Second avenue, in Rock Island, Ills., 2S-d&wtf. John Flanagan Chicago Exposition. The C, R. I. & P. R. R will sell tickets this year as follows: Sept. 18 and 10, good to return until 22d. Oct. 9 and 10, good to return until 13th. Hound trip tare, including reposition ticket, $7,27. Geo. M. LiOOSley, ticket Agent. K. St. Joun, General Ticket Agent. The Weatiier To-Day. Tho following shows the temperature at 1 HE A rocs UFFICE to-day as in dicated Vv thermometer : , m. BO Bbove aero, 1 a f ' above erc IS a 8 r. h. . M. M " " 8 r. H. 4o Prints 5 and C cts. per yard at H. C. 8d3t Wivill & Co. Burbank at Dart's Hall, this evening. Personal. Hon. Charles Dunham, of Geneseo, was at the Harper House to day. Alf. P. Burbank, the celebrated elocu tionist, arrived m the city this lorenoon and is stopping at the Harper House. Capt I. lluber and family, and Ex- Deputy Sheriff Herkert returned, this forenoon, from a trip to the St. Louis ex position. Removal. Deisenroth & Bernhauer have moved tneir barber shop trom the basement ot the Rock Island House to Sauerncan's new block to doors north ef the Bellows Houso. They extend a cordial invitation to all of their old patrons and many new ones to call and see them as they intend to sustain their well earned reputation of being first-class barbers. Accommodating. The Rock Island editor of the Gazette, this morning, says: "Mr. Adams ought to poll a heavier vote than both his opponents, and wo have re spect enouph for the intelligence of Rock island county to believe that he will. Now. Ben, you are only preparing tor disappointment and defeat again. Before the republican convention you had "respect enough for tho intelligence" of the dele gates to suppose they could recognize your brilliant qualifications for tho office of su perintendent of schools but although they may have been "intelligent" I hey didn't appear to think just as you did and that's about what's the matter in this case. Burbank ut Dart's Hall, this evening. They shipped off two car-loads of Vic torias yesterday. Five hundred and fifty sold this season. dwtf Not Peddling, Several months ago a man named Harms, a grocer from Davenport, was arrested in Moline and fined $20 and costs, on a charge of peddling without a license He claimed that he did not peddle the groceries, but received orders for them be fore they were delivered, and accordingly appealed the case. The case was sub mitted to Judge Pleasants, and he decided that Mr. Harms was right that he was not a peddler but was simply delivering goods which had been ordered by his cus tomers at another time. Sweeney & Jack son appeared for Mr. Harms, and City At tornoy Lewis for Moline. The case against Mr. Harms has been dismissed. Sirs. .Pleasant' Reply. The following letter of thanks, from Mrs, Pleasants to the committee who presented Homer Henderson's portrait of her hus band to her, in behalf of the members of tbe bar and county officers, was received by Maj. Beardsley this morning, and we have requested a copy for publication Jakes M. Bbardslit. Edward D. Sweeney, D J Kntbickim, Committee, tc. Gentlemen ; 1 am quite unable to say how much i thank you and those you represent, for the very handsome portrait of my husband, and for the kind note which accompanied it. To me and mv children it will not only be a most gratify- iug remiuuer ui its suoject, so wen repre sented, but have an additional value from its association with the members of the bar and civil officers of Rock Island county whose friendship, I am authorized to say, he most highly values and truly reciprocates. And believe me, 1 too, shall always be glad to show thut, to them and to you. i am, Most sincerely and respectfully, . Sakah B. Pleasants. KOCK ISLASD, 111., Oct 8. Why Don't Be Sign the City Or den That is a question which the laboring men of this city would like to have Mayor Butler answer. The orders for the bills passed at the last meeting, of the city council have cot yet been signed, and the poor laborers who depend upon the city to give them work are actually Buffering, as they eay the merchants will not trust them or groceries or dry goods. It is said that the mayor refused to sign the orders until there is money in the treasury to pay them, but the laborers say if they only had the orders they would be accepted by the merchants as cash, and that the merchants would be willing to wait until the city could cash them. It is said Mayor Butler will leave this evening to attend the river im provement convention in St. Paul, but if he goes without signing the orders at least the laborers' orders he will certainly go with the consciousness that he could, but would not relieve a large number of his fellow creatures, who are, they say actually destitute of the necessaries of life. What will he do? To mothers: Should the baby be suffer ing wun any ot tne disorders ot Dapy hood use Dr. Bull s Baby Syrup at once tor the trouble. 25 cents per bottle. The Canal Closed. The Keokuk Gate City, or Saturday morning, says: "It was discovered yes terday that the mitre sill at the middle lock, which was recently taken out and re built, had again been sprung by the pres sure of water. It is only slightly out of place, and it in thought that it can be bolted down securely without taking it out, The water will not be drawn out of the up per level if it can be avoided. Major Stickney thinks the cement had not had time to harden sufficiently before the water was let in the last time. The repairs wil be made at the same time the mitre Bill at the lower lock is being rebuilt, and Maj. S expects to have them both ready within week. Meantime navigation through the canal will be entirely suspended, and the plan of transferring over the embankment will have to be abandoned. Captain Hutchinson has notified ;Commodore Davidson of the facts in the case, but has not been advised yet what will be done about the running of boats on the upper river," .... Burbank at Dart's Hall, this evening. ihe Victoria lias tafc.cn the nrst pre mium at the Dubuque, Des Moines and bt. Paul fairs as the best soft coal self feeder. For sa!e at David Don's, dwtf Seasonable Items. Cold weather is comiffg; don't forget to pay business visits to the coal yards and get your kindling wood straightened out. There comes a time in the life of every sentimental youop lady when she gets dawn the big family bible which is this month, and admits that it is the best book in the house the best in which to press autumn leaves. It is said that the frogs are going down into Pine feet ot water they can t hnd that depth iu the Mississippi now and are lining their nests with cotton, batting and laying in twice the usual amount of coal. So that you can h.ok out for a winter which will bend shade trees double aud freeze the life out of hitching posts. This is the way an exchange puts it: "The next will come the jovial corn husk ings.the air sparkles with frosty diamonds, and merry song tind clatter bespeak the happiness of rustic belles and beaux, as they strip the husk from the broken ears. Oh! there's a world of ours hidden away, too, where the tawdry bubbles of fashioD, who imagine they only revel amid life's sweets, would never think of finding it in little, easy nooks, where the queen"bf hap pincss reigns supreme, and wields her sceptre sheen." Burbank at Dart's Hall, this evening. II. C. Wivill's U the place to get cheap dry goods. 8d3t Burglary. We learn from Mr. Charles Engel that his flour nod feed store, on the corner of Fourth avenue aud 5th street, was entered by burglars last Dight, who carried off eight sacks or two barrels of flour. They gained an entrance to the store by the breaking of a pane of glass in tbe front window and then reaching through and unlocking the front door, the key to which was in the look. Four sacks of the flour was from Johnstou's mills, and four from Sears' mills. No clue to tho burglars, as yet. IVZavriage of Miss SopLia Copp. We learn from Mr. Georgo Copp that his sister, Sophia, a very estimable young lady, and well known in this city, where she was born, was married in Tehinople near Pittsburg, Pa., last Saturday, the 6th, to Mr. Mr. John W. Gipner,a wealthy aud influential citizen of that place. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Dr. Spalding, rector of St. Peter's church, Pittsburg. Tue AKGUS join with her many friends in wishing Miss Sophia or rather, Mrs. Gipner and her husband a prosperous and happy life. The Quincy Herald publishes a telegram from Capt. tieorge II. Ilea, of the Missis sippi Valley Transportation company to Commodoro Davidson of the Keokuk Northern Lino Packet company, stating that a large amount of wheat had been bought between Keokuk and Dubuque lor shipment from New Orleans to foreign ports and that special tonnage had been chartered in Liverpool to transport it This indicates how severe a blow the blockade at the Des Moines rapids has been to a trade which has always been singularly unlucky. It is to be hoped that the arrangements now making for relief by the construction of a coffer-dam will achieve the purpose for which they are de signed, as it would be a grave misfortune if the enterprise now in such a promising state should fail because of tbe obstructions nt that point. Get the Genuine, The genuine Doo- ley's Yeast Powder is sold only h cans. Alwais refuse it if offered loose or in bulk. It is the practice of many grocers and dealers to keep cheap baking or yeast powder loose, and sell it for any brand that is called for. We, therefore, caution purchasers to see that they get it only in cans, under the label and trade mark of the manufacturers, Dooley & Brother, New York. Legal Blanks, of all kinds for pale at 1HX AKGUS UraCI NOTES SERE AND THERE. AnotTier dismal, disagreeable day. Hoir cholera is prevalent in the vicini ty of Preemption. -Go to Dart's Hall to-night the en tertainment will be a rare treat. Burbank, at Dart's Hall, this evening. Street cars run after the entertainment. There is not a saw mill running in Chippewa valley, and many men are idle in consequence. Another new rosewood Zeller billiard table will be placed in the Tivoli, Star Block, to-morrow. xne rvocit island uas Uo. have dis tributed and intend, to lay pipes down Second avenue from Ninth street to the water works. A literary gentleman for whom we have a high and affectionate respect asks us to say that a cold, solid tomato needs no acid but its own. Ihe same may be like wise said of an old maid. John Flanagan will commence.to-mor- row, to sell a large number of second hand and out of date stoves, from Don's stcve store, in one of the stores in Palace Row, They will probably be sold very cheap. At Springfield, to-day, the governor. auditor, and treasurer met to decide upon the rate of state tax to be levied upon the apsessment of 1877. It is probable the rate will be twenty five cents on the dollar of equalized valuation. The Galesburg Driving Park associa tion have at last settled udoh holding a fair, and fixed the time tor the 23d. 24th. 25th, and 26th of this month. The capital of $3,000 is nearly all subscribed. The meeting cannot fail to be a complete suc cess. Premium lists will at once be issued, It is almost time to build the first au tumn fires in the church furnaces. At this season it is the custom to make a number of burnt offerings of church build ings. The mischief is generally attributed to "the detective flue." Sometimes it is really chargeable to the carelessness of the sexton, it is true that the sexton is too frequently an overworked and underpaid official, and instances are rare in which either the minister or the prayer meeting people pray for him. Yet he ought not on this account, to burn the church. Let the sexton be careful; and, if the church must become a heap of smoking ruins, let it be so arranged that the conflagration shall take place when no congregation is in it; tor there is not one church ia twenty that is provided with ample means of exit for an alarmed congregation. Life is full of sorrows and disappoint sients, but the most sanguine hopes of all those who try Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup are always realized. It never disappoints. To the Editors of the Argtis. The following communication was handed to the Union for publication to-day and that paper refuses me a hearing. Will you be kind enough to give it space in your columns: Moiihb, HI., Oct. 9. 1877. Editors Union. I notiee in this morning's issue of the onion. su article from the Wapello Uowa; hevubucan, and also an editorial paragraph of your own, both of which are as fulse as they are libellous and malicious, I care not for what the Wapello Republi can says, as it is well known in Louisa county, Iowa, theamimus of the Republi cans hatred toward me; but when you stoop so low in journalism, as to cast a re flection on my character and integrity, by charging me with criminal actions, you do an unconscionable and base thing; one which should, and I have reason to beleive will, bring down upon you the unmeasured contempt of all honorable and upright people. Oa the eveuing of the 12th of January, 1872, uiy office at Colum bus City. Iowa, together with an entire block, was consumed by fire. At the time this fire broke out 1 was in Des Moines, nearly two hundred miles away. The insurance was $800, on which I real ized on the loss being adjusted by the Home Insurance company, of Columbus, Ohio, only $731.11. I hurl back the insin uation that there was anything wrong on my part in regard to that fire as infamous, false and malicious. You will do me but simple justice in giving your readers the benefit of your explanation, or answer in the courts tor your slander and libel upon my character and integrity as a man. I do not care what you say about my financial affairs, suffice it to say, I pay my debts as they come due. It is unnecessary for me to retort in kind as every man, woman, boy and child in Rock Island county knows the financial condition ot the liock Island Lmon. I am, Yours with Respect. R. II. Moore. The Road to Health. Cleanse the stomach, bowels and blood from all the aciid, corrupt aod offensive accumulations and you remove the cause of most diseases, and thus preserve good health, and, also, save large doctor's bills. The most effectual and reliable remedy for this pur pose is Simmon's Liver Regulator, purely vegetable. The trial ot one bottle or pack ace will prove to the patient the virtue of this medicine. Buibank at Dart's Hall, this evening. How to Get aa Appetite. To a man or woman without an appetite. it. I .1 t r me pest tue market ,anords presents little or no attractions. The sooner such a hapless individual puts the gastric organ in a condition to enjoy the edible comforts which a bountiful providence has provided, the more reason there will be to feel grate ful for the suggestion. To do this,invigor ate the stomach with Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, which will enable that organ to digest properly, and, Bince good digestion is tbe parent ot appetite, give birth to a de sire for food at the intervals appointed by nature, Wilh chronic want of appetite are usually associated nervousness, biliousness aDd constipation, three evils which are speedily overcome by the Bit ters. All persons of a dyspeptic or bilious tendency should we this healthful tonic daily, tr at least three or four times a week. A pursuance of this course will soon insure aud confirm a radical change for the better in the condition of the stomach and associate organs. Kew Tu.il GooAs. A Loeb, the fashionabletoerchant tailor. is in receipt of his purch res for the fall trade, gentlemen s dress d business suits. A splendid line of Fre h. English, and the best Ameri- Scotch suitings, as well can casnimeres is offere to choose from, order in accor- aod suits will be made dance with the new au uid fashiocs spe- daily obtained fro ndon. Prices this season much lower ever before, tf Important to Persons Visrraa New York. One of the best kept and mo6t conveinient Hotels for Merchants and others to stop at when in New York is the Grand Union Hotel, nearly opposite tbe Grand Central Depot, kept on the Euro pean plau you therefore only pay for what you get. Everything is first class, and prices moderate, adapted to the string ency of the ttmes. You save the expense of carriage hire, and by leaving your bag gage check on the counter of the Hotel, your baggage will be delivered in your rooms, fifteens minutes after the arrival of the cars, free of expense. We advise you to give the Grand Union a trial. STOVES. I, Iiiiiiirtimil to "1 If if ANNOUNCEMENTS. It will pay to keep your Harness in good conaiuon. use a rank Miller s Prepared Harness uu. Howe's concentrated svruD. the creat blood purifier, and ague cure and tonic bitters, can be had of Bengston and I he mas. Printing ana himlinir PTAc-iif? noil quick and cheap at The Argtjp Vtow The Colonnade Hotel. Philailfiinhin. ii model establishment. It is superb in bot etyie ana appointment and its table and service cannot be excelled. Headache yields quickly to Lodilles Headache Specific. It is harmless as nnrn water and cures in 5 to 20 miutes. Call at Bengston's drug store. Price 50 cents. Dr. Sabine's "Indian Vegetable Cough oyrup is the mlaliible remedy for coughs, colds, hoarseness, and all diseases of the bronchial organs. Try a bottle. For sale by druggists generally. 6-4dly, Popular illustrated book (260 pages) on MANHOOD I WOMANHOOD! MARRIAGE Impediments to Marriage; the cause and cure. Sent securely sealed, post-paid, for &0 cents, by DR. C. W HITHER, 617 St. Charles street, St Louis, Mo., the great specialist. Itead his work. n rieud, a word wun you! it you are troubled with any skin diseases or other cutaneous irritation, use Glenn s Sulphur Soap. Do likewise if your complexion be pimpled, blotched or sallow, xou won regret it. Sold by all druggists. Hill's Hair and Whisker Dye, Black or lirown, 50c. Murrt & Lanman's Florida Water. I he richest, most lasting, yet most deli cate of all perfumes for use on the hand kerchief, at the toilet and in the bath, delightful and healthful in the sick room, relieves weakness, fatigue, prostration, nervousness, and headache. Look out for counterfeits; always ask for the Florida Water prepared by the sole proprietors, Messrs. Lanman & Kemp, New York. For sale by Perfumers, Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers. Pazzoni's Chemical Balm Hair Restor ative. To preserve and beautify the human hair. What it will do. - Prevents the hair falling out. Increases the growth and beauty of the hair. Retains the hair in any desired ibrai. Prevents the hair from turning gry. Prevents and entirely eradicates dandruff. Heals pimples and keeps the head delightfully cooL The hair becomes rich, sof t and glossy. Per fectly.clean and will not soil the hat. Pos sesses a:i exquisite fragrance, and as a dressing has no equal. Price 50 cents and $1 per bottle, Sold by all druggists. g A Sure Thing. Dr. Hunter's Specific and Injection No. 1 are warranted to care the Gonnorhcea, Gleet.Chordee.Strictures, disease ot tho kidneys, bladder and urinary organs ot males and females. Dr. Hunter's Specific No. 2 is a sure remedy for the Spermatorrhoea, Seminal weakness, ninhtly emissions, the loss of power, caused by self-abuse or excessive indulgence. Price of Dr.Hunter'B Specific, $2 per bottle; Injection, $1 per bottle. Sent everywhere by express. Dr. J. Dinsbeer, sole proprietor, No. 508. North Seventh street, St. Louis, Mo. Send two stamps for treatise. Cure guaranteed or monev refunded. Dr. Dinah Apr hm!) iranf all chromic diseases, and lurnisb medicines lor less money than any other physician in St. Louis. Write or rail. Fnr solo hi? l druggist?, tts Nature's Triumph. Nature, in her luxuriance, has clothed the hills and the dales with herb and shrub, whoso occult natures merely require the earnest appli cation of the scientific and inquiring mind to reveal their curative properties, for in the vegetable world a kindly providence has placed healing for all nations. The only specifics for any disease yet discovered are vegetable m their nature, and while quinine has been accepted as the only re medy for one class, the extract of the bu chu plant is rapidly taking its place as a sot ereign remedy for other of those ills afflict humanity. The typo of disease to which it is remedial is a broad one, and its mani festations are legion, but it may be started in general terms that all diseases of the urinary organs, whethefcaused by climate, irregularity, or self-generated, eubmit at once to the operation of its power. Helm bold's Buchu for all such complaints, is the result of long research, and is acknowledg ed superior to all other preparaiioca. niiAnitnioM bnttlYiriUN BASE BURNER! Ma; well be called the KING OF BASE BUSES J t 6Y ii JfoJ ,rli ... MONITOR COOK STOVE Acknowledged to be the best there is made, for Ecoiomj, Durability and General Good Qualities. It mil Bake and Cook with 1-3 Jes- fuel than aov other Cook Stove in the market. For Sale'by FEED HASS, Star Block, opposite Harper House. "WHITE STANDARD WHITE CORRODERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF STRICTLY PURE WHITE LEAD Red Lead, Orange Mineral, Potters' Lead, Zinc Paint, Putty and Colors. Awwded the flOLD M ED AH PREMIUM, Nov. 1ST5. t,y the Pittsburgh Tradesmen' Indnslrial Instl tnte. over all competitors for the HES WHITE LEAD. tOur Price is as low a that of any other PTTSrnjRGH SolJC1T"D- ffice' No" 44 Fmh Avene. adjoining Exchange National Bank rorSalcty T. H. Thomas, Rock Island; and C. Piper, Moline. North British IN SURAWCE GOWIP'Y. Of London and Edinburgh. ORGANIZED 1809. Fire Burplus and Eeserve Fund the Largest of any Comp'y doing business in the U. S. Losses Paid in 68 Years, - $25,079,840.00 ii , Applications received and policies issued by E. W HURST, Resident Agent MAMDPACTU2BES LINDjHAGERTY & Uu. PKACTICAi. Millwrights Contractors & Builders Of all descriptions of Mill Machinery . DrtadU aod Specifications for FloariDg Mills Saw Mills, Distilleries and Grain Elevators irde out on short, notice. Are prepared to take con tracts for building and machine ej, and give p -son-al attention to a he details of construction. Re pairs of alt kinds .omptly attended to whethjr or dered by mail or in person. At the old stand of H Brooks, (new No.,) 595 18 8. Washington street, PEORIA, ILL AArirmw Tvk-Bmr.JWU CHAS. KAESTNER & CO., Manufacturers of POSTABLS MILLS And General : Mill Machinery, . jump ur xic ' f-irinriintr M 1 fl H H mr- Km,.. L ery. Malt House and'Distil- iwi mucuiui'ry ; usi iron Mills for Coffee, Spice aod Farm nse: Corn Sheller. Steam Engines. Horse Powers, etc .rsi it .a k. v 3 63 South Canal Street, CHICAGO I I Bead for circular. . For it receited TEE FffiST PBEUITJU AT THE LAST COUNTY FAIR . OYER ALL OTHERS 250 OF THEM Were Bold In this City laei Season by j FEED. HASS, IN STAB BLOCK, Opp. Harper Uoute. WHO ALSO KEEPS if if- tBl'aa l aiwuj LEAD. LEAD WORKS I & Mercantile 7 Show Cases. (1017 OAS ALL STYLES. CHEAPEST PLAO B In tbe City. Send for Pi ice List. J. E. BERRY, Prop., 0 State Street, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. ROBERT Q. LUTEE, (Successors to J, R. ZEISLkS.; Manufacturers of METAL & WOOD ShOvV ICASLS! OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. lb Hamilton Street, PEOPIA,IW Correspondence solicited and orders promptl filled. . ROBERT G.ILliTEB. JTSXD BROS.AgenU.lRMk.I;and.