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Tie.liy. October 16. 187T. EADWArS EEHEDIE3. :E5L. .ERL. KADWAY'S RFAflY RFI1IFF L.HU I IIUUlll-i CURES THE WORST PAINS In from One to Twentyl Minutes. NOT ONK HOUR m after reading th.a advertisement need any one 6CFFKR WITH PAIN READY BELIEF IS A CURB FOR EVERY PAIN. It was the Ant and la THE ONLY PAIN REMEDY chit Imuntly atopa the mint excruciating palna liars Inflammation., and cure Conirealions whether o( the Lungs, Stomach, Boweli or other eland or organs, oy one application IN FROM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES, no matter how violent or excruciating the pain, the Khuumatlc, Bed-Ridden, Infirm, Crippled, Nervous Nuuraliclc or proatraled with diaeaie may auffer. ",1""l yi" vv . indorsiko dr. ratjwat 3 R. R. R. rkmkdies, .rlR CHIK. THII Mil IITIR1L TI1RI. I N-wYobk. Jan. ..1877. I Da.n8i:naylDK for aerer.l year, u.od your medlclnea, doubtinly at flttt.bnt alter expert nc-1 lug their efficacy with (all confidence. It la no lew I nenc-i a pieaaura man a auty to tnanaiuny acKuowicaue the advantage wa have derived from them. The plllt are retorted to aa ofter aa oceaalnn reunlre-, and alwaya with the deal red effect. The Heady Kellel cannot be better deecrt bed than it la bv lta name. We apply the liniment frequently ana free- Truly youra. (itfued) JUIjULAJW nuu, -riT j -r j ni Ut. itAOWAT. aaawaV 8 lieUUV XL611B1t Wtt T. AFtrftPT. TVSTATSIT WAOTf 19 WILL AFFORD INSTANT EASE. tnrtammation of the Kldneya, Inflammation of the Bladder, Inflammation of the Bowela, t'onpea tton of the l.nntr. Sore Throat, Difficult Ureaihlnir, Falpltation of the Heart, Uvaterlca, Cronp. Dlptherla. Ca tarrh. Influenza, Headache, Toothache. Neuralgia, Kheumatlam, Cold Co Ilia rhe application of the Ready Relief to the part 1 Aue Chi I la. r parte where tne pain or auncuity exiata wiuoi-i .oni eaae and comfort. I f ew mTnuCTur, crTmA, sprS's'sToma" Hartbnrn, Sick Headache, Dlarrho-a, Dyacntery, I nli. Wlnl In ttim Km.. 1 m a n rt a 1 1 Tnt.ra.l fftln.1 Traveiera ahonid alwaya carry a bottle of kad-I ai g kiaui ntu.r will lien, a lew nrope, i , , . . ;i - , l - in water will prevent alckneaa or palna from chanire No money, bent back to jail. UD the ira"rra'tlmViln.tterthDyr,,,lchBrUdjr "'Jway to jail Thompson made a break for FEVER & AGUE Fever and Agne enre. for fifty cent. There la not a remedial agent In the world that will cure fever and airuo, and all other malarious, billons, pearler, typhoid, yellow and other fevers (aided by Railway1. l'lll)o quick aa Radway'a Ready Relief. Fifty cenla per bottle. HEALTH 1BEAUTY1 Strong and Purp, Rich Blood Increase of Flesh and Weight Clear Bkin and Beautiful Complexion Secured to all. OR. RAD WAY'S M.rs.ipari.lian Resolvent IUamailet ie nost astonishing Cares; so quick, no rapid are the changes of the bod undergoes nnderth Influence of thla truly wonderful med icine that Every Day an Increase of Flesh and Weight is Seen and Fult. Tho Great Blood Purifier. Every Drop of the SAUSAPARILLI AN RESOL VENT communicate through ihe Blood, Sweat, I'rine, ami other fluid and Julcea of ihe aystem the lijor ol Life, for it repairs the wa-tesnf Ibe body villi new and -omul niuterl'il. Scrofula, Syphlll-, i'oiiHiiriiDtlon, Glandular tlinea.ea, L leers In the Tnmat, Mouth, Tumor, Node m the tllunil aiid ather parte of the aystem, More Ey ea, Strumorous H. hrtru'i'" from the Ears, aud tbu worst torms of Haln Id-cases, Jbruptlou. Fever Korea, !cald lieal Hiiii( Worm, Mult kheuiii, Eryaipelaa, AcDe, lllack (pots. Worms In the Flesh, Tumor. Cam era in the Womb, and all Weakening and Painful Diacharue. NlCht n weals, Loas of Hperm and all Wa-tea of (he Life l'rlnciple, are wubln tho curative range of this wonder of Modern Chemistry, anil a fnw (lavs use will prove to any person using It forelther of these lorma or disease lta potent power to cure ttiein If the patient, daily becoming reduced by the wantes ami deeomposlilon that are conunoaily pro greasing succeeds in arreatlnir these wastes, and repairs the same with new material made rom healthy blood end thla the 8AKAI'AKILUAN will and does secure -a cure ia certain; for when once this rented v commence it work of pun flea- tion.and aurreed in diminishing the loss of wastes It. repairs wll be rapid, and every day tbe patient will feel himself erowlnt. netter and stronger, tbe food dlifes ttnc better, appetite improving, and flesh ana weiitit lucreasinv'. Not only doea the Sarsapariluan Rksoi.tiwt excel all remedial airenta In the Cure of . bronlc. Hcrofiilona, Cittistltutional and bktn Iliseasua, ou It Is the only positive cure lor Kidney and Bladder Complaints, Urinary and Womb Diseases, Oravel, Dlab.tes. Dropsy. Stoppage of Water.Incontluiiance of Urine, lirit'tit a lMwi, AlbntulnurM, and In all cases where there are brick-dust deposits, or the water is thick, cloudy, mixed wllh substance like the white of an eti.', or threads like white silk, or there is a inorlild, dark, bilious appearance, ami white bone- uuai deposits, anu wnen mere Is a tirtckltii.. buru Itilf aensatlou when passing water, and I'alu In the Oman oi ina uaca anu aiouu; tne JUilua, Tumor 0 12 Year Growth Cured by KaitvcHxy $ Jtesolvent. Bavant r.Masa . July 18. 18C0. 1 Dh. Kadwat: I have had Ovarian Tumor In the ovaries ai.d bowela. All the doctors said "there wa no help for it." I tried everything that was recommenaen, out, noun 11 ir nil pea m. 1 saw y Resolvent, and thought I would try it; hut had no rutin 111 it, necause l naa suffered lor twelve years I took six bottles of tbe Resolvent and one box of Hallway's nils, ami two bottle of your heady He llet ; aud there Is not a ln of tumor to be seen or toll, and 1 leel heller, smarter and happier than I have for twelve year. The worst tumor waa In the left aide of the bowela, ovr the groin. I write thia to you for the bcueflt of others. You can publiah it 11 yon cnoose. 11 an jn a tl 1. artArr, PRICE, ft PER BOTTLE. AN IMPORTANT LETTER. Ann. Arbor. Mich.. Anrll SO. 1R7K Dr. Raowat Kind hir: I have been taking your Resolvent, He(rulatliif( Pills, and also uaiuif tbe Ready Relief about one year 'or ovarltn tumors ou the abdomen whlc he nios '.eminent physicians ol our Medical Colle .pronounced Incurable. They were like k.ts on a tree. When I waa sit ting In a chair they hnng almost to the floor, and my weight was 275 pounds when I commenced with your remedies, auu now It Is 310 pounds, but they are not all (rone yet. I have taken twenty-four bot tles of Resolvent, nine of Relief, and twenty-four boxiwof pills. I pet the medicine from O. tiren vill. Please send me joorfcaok "Kalae and True." MRS. C. KKAPF. Anotlier Letter from Mrs. C. Kropf. , Aubust 18, 1875. Ott. Radwa T-KInd Sir: I take the liberty to ad dress you agaiu. My health Is greatly improved by the nse of yonr medicine. Three of the tumors are entirely gone, and the fourth i nearly so. Uropsy Is k". health still Improving aud my welnh' decreasing evry fast. I have had a great many call thla an mnier to Inquire o( the wonder ful cure your medicine has done for me, one from Ohio, oue from Canada, three from Jackson, and quite a number from thla place. Youra with re ipect, MltS. C. KKAPF. We are well acquainted with lira. Krapf. bhe ia an estimable lady, and very benevolent. She has been the means of selling many bottles of the Re solvent by the drug-fiat of Ann Arbor to persons afflicted wllh internal tumor. We have beard of some wonderful care effected by it. Yours re spectfully, KBERBACil A CO. Anu Arbor. Mich., Ang. 18, 1870. EEGULATIIIG PILLS perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with sweet gum, purge, regulate, purify, cleanse, and streneh u. ICadwuy's IMUs, for the cure of all disorders of the Hiomach, Liver, Bowels, Kidneys, Bladder, Nervous Diseases, Headache, Constipation, Costive ness, indigestion. Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Bilious Fever, Inflammation of the Bowels, Pile, aud all Derangemento of the Internal Viscera. Warranted to effect a positive cure. Purely Vegetable, con taining no mercury, minerals or deleterloua times. 14T Observe tho following symptoms resulting from disorders of the Digestive Organ. Constipation, Inward Piles, Follueaa of the Blood In the llead, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Dlsgustof Food. Fullness ot Weight In thoHtomach, Hour Eruptions, Sinking or Flutter Snga in the Pit of the Htomach. Hwlnunlng f the Read, ilurrled and Difficult Breathing, Fluttering at tbe Heart, Choking or Suffocating Hensatlon when in a Lying Posture, Dtmneaa of Vision, Dots or Web before the bight. Fever and Dull Pain in the llead. Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness of the skin and Eyes, Pain In the Hide, Chest, Limbs, and sndden Flushes of Heat Burning In the Fleah A few doses of HAUWAY'B PILLH will free the system from all the above named diaordera. Price . 1 cents per box, Bold by druggists. Read "FALSE NCTRUB.!' Ssud one letter-stamp to KADWAY.A CO., No S3 Y".1?1-' New Vor- Information worth thon .sjita will Mnt you. INDEPENDENT CANDIDATES. COUNTY TICKET. Tor County Judge, V. M. BLANDING. For County Clerk, ,: . , AUGUST TIMM. For Connty Treasurer, SAMUEL K. POKTKK. (Citizen' Independent Candidate.) -For County Superintendent of Pchools, MISS ANSIS KIRKPATEICK. They shipped off two car-loads of Vi torias yesterday. Five hundred and fif Vic fifty sold this season. dwtf The celebrated Peoria show cases; cheaper than any other in the market yuauty guaranted. 0ncmanBn1p nn- - BUI LJU30CU. VUU i U.UUliOi UiaUUiaVbuiVM ... .J If a1'i i 1 h1.a MannfanrnMI) I Peoria, Ills., Field Bros., agents. Rock T.1..V111.' .inli New Goodi. Zirumer & Steireman. merchant ta lors. have again received what fall and winter force us to like the choicest woolens, the hnest cassimeres. wnosoever nites toieeuTbe tb;eve9 coa,d B0 be 0Terftkent and Wlim ID ITOiy tswu, u auu ou irnnr an tnrnmnt v mada to Order. lOdtt " - r-- - . i A TOOTH FOR A 100TH that is to 8ay , 1 bo ariiumai iwvu ...i .,i - d() g0 ugo that finJ0U9 preservative tootb- uu " 4? lu"fc "--;-"- WBHU, UUZUUUUU J.. 13 a wuui-umc u"K.u- ical DreDaration, unrivalled as an anti -pu- ,., .nd antaironist of decomDOSltionr. , J...-, ana aecay. , . - . . .t vi. c.--.u. iXotning weius togetner use opmuiug n i flue. Th Waatner To-Day Tbe following shows the temperature at THE Argus uitice u-aay 3 J I . 1 . . aicawo vv lueratuuieicr a. .& above aero 1 v 619 above sere A. 11,683 ' 18 r.m. lb' Cximina.1. Robert Bromley and Lewis Thompson, more generally known as "Scotty," were arrested last evening by Policemen Metsch and Gorman, the former for beiog drunk I and diaorderlv and the latter for interferin . - , . . with the officers daring the arrest ot lirom-1 Bromley was fined $5 and costs by J,.:.. CjMiV Vf.A nd dischartred. Thompson was assessed $10 and costg. liberty, but after a lively chase and several shots from his revolver to frighten him, oliceman Metsch caught him in the rear of the Anthony House block. He will probably be arrested on another charge after serving out tbe present sentence. Personal. Fred Haas leaves for Pes Moiues this evening to be absent about two weeks. Miss Amelia, daughter of Alderman I Iluber.returned from Europe this morning, where she has been for over a year attend ing school at Darmstadt, in Hessen, near Fraokfort-on the-Main. She crossed the Atlantic on the steamer Gen. Werder, from Bremen to Baltimore. She left Baltimore, in company with friends, for S-. Loois.and theulimmeciutely ltft for th's city. Her father, mother and sister met her at Port B.toji J unction. She is in the best of health, thoutrL somewhat tired after her long journey, and reports having had a very pleaeHoi time during her ex tended visit to 'FadeilaDd." Found Dtac- Heart Disease. Last Sunday, Fredetick Blazer, Lis two brothers and two sons ,f Thomas Kute.all living near Milan, went out hun.iog. They separated, but about 12 o'clock met again, with tb. exception of Fred. After firing their guns aa a signal for him to join them, and not appearing, they started out to find him. After searching for about an hour, they discovered him lying on his face on the ground, and on coming nearer were horrified to find him dead. Justice John Dickson was noiified, and be summoned a jury and proceeded to hold an inquest, A verdict was returned that the young man died from heart disease. There were several bruises probably caused bj a sud den fall, wLile the neck was discolored by the rush of blood to the head The National Guard Concert. The grand concert of the National Guard orchestra takes place in Dart's Hall to-morrow evening aud should draw im Densely, not only because it i. under the auspices and in the interest of Forey Fol som, but because the performers comprise thirty of the most .killed muscians that have played before a Rock Island audience for a Ions time. And further, the Holcombo Quartet is to sing some ot its choicest selections; and the quartet is worth going to hear at any time, whether alone or in company with other artists, Another feature will be harmonicon t -a as j r m ay exercises Dy rroi. yj. v. iuc-.ievey, a brilliant manipulator of the sweet toned instrument. The street parade of tbe National Guards will take place at 6 P. M. and will give the public a foretaste of what is coming. And it is a rule that do com panies give a street parade unless they know they have attractions which will draw the public on their own merits. Parties wanting the beet soft coal self- feeder, should buy the V iotoria. It's the heaviest and bust made. At David Don's, Second avenue. dwtf Burglary in Davenport. At seven o'clock Monday morning, when Mr. Fry, the cutter for Sam. Perry, merchant tailor, Davenport, entered the store he noticed the goods on the tables in a confused shape, aod on reaching the back end of the store, found one of tbe back doors standing open, and the transom over the door broken out. He commenced at once to look through tbe store and see what was missing, and by the help of Mr. Perry they found that the thief or thieves had taken all the silk handkerchiefs there were in the store, and about a dozen and a half of boys black silk neck-ties, two dozen scarfs, and about $50 dollars worth of jewelry, out of one show case, and upon looking at the tables they found that there, too, the thief or thieves had taken tbe best of everything, for three fine overcoat patterns and two or three whole pieces of winter goods were gone. A man named Wm. Martin, boarding in this city,nad been employed in the shop aod as hef has not been seen since the burglary & is thought he was the thief. He was nX at his boarding house Saturday night I but returned Sunday morning, but sooufter left aud has not been seen there sinle. T;"112 TappJnff An. Accommodating I .,, Sheriff. Yasterday afternoon three young men entered Chas. Schlemmer's saloon, on J Third avenue, and wanted to sell a pipe to Valentine Ohlweiler, Mr. S.'s father-in- law, and bar-tender. Mr. O. was willing to purchase and started up stairs after I ,v. .I some money, leaving the saloon in the I possession of the strangers . When about half way up the stairs he heard a noise in I the saloon, and remembering that the I of men were strangers and may not be hon-1 est, he returned. Ashe entered the door he discovered one of the men behind the .VUi .1. J mi. three immediately started to run, followed by Uhlweiler and Scblemmer. When in I p . n . . praevB,: u,, tuu vi vuibvia AivovjlVliau vui-vuj Mr. achlemmer called to the shentt to .v. ...I...- . - - . 1 Pim - An" accommodating official moa- I m . .-a SUJ reiusea to nave anyining to ao wun the matter without a warrant would not! even assist in preventing their escape, Q , A tn y;B ouukhjmibi iuu i"" saioon, wnere ne iounu iiis ui uau teen . , Jli.mt.-Jl. I robbed cf about fe9 but tbev bad failed 1 " w I f to 8eoure a bag containing 1 19 in silver drawer. interesting ill luo CVcniDg, LlUrUjr llCtlcr lLllOrUJCU I M.r.v,.! .v,.t mm .r.Ann. . " . . . . V " line aescriDtiun oi ine tnicves naa oeen . v i;u .a.j -1 .i.. i.a rM. I uu mc wuu - - f" i - cceded in that direction and captured thtiu nf'i r . ..t . . o . 1 l 1 j ocy were nrst, ib.cu o ccuiclu-i tpers ta'oon. where Mr. Uhlweiler iden-j tified them, pnd then tbey were lodged in j J m I iii i iipt7 okvb irpir nnmcs im v m. i Owen. John Mulcahy and James Hayes- but only 75 cents were found upon the three. I This forenoon the thieves were brought before Justice Hawes, who, after hearing the evidence, held Hayes under $100 bonds and Owen and Mulcahy under $200 j hnnrls pa.li for their annearance at the next . , term of circuit court. Of course they could not give security, and were returned to iail. Mildness conquers and hence it is that the gentle yet positive influence ot Lr. Bull's Baby Syrup overoomes so quickly the disorders ot liabyhoid, t rice 2d cents. Fatal Accident on the Mercer Co. Koad A fatal accident occurred about 1:40 o' clock this afternoon, about two miles south of Milan, on the Rock Island & Mercer Ccunty road. Authdntic reports of the accident arc very meagre, but of those re' cieved it appears that while a special train this road Iwhi.ii left this city about 1 o' clock, was neariog a wngon orossing beyond Milan, the engineer, John Keely, and the fireman John Larkio, both of this 3ity, dis covered a man and woman attempting to cross the track in front of the locomotive. Proper warning! were given, but as the oouple did not pay any attention to them, Mr. Keely revorsed his engine, but the rain to-day had made the rails so slippery that if was impossible to stop and in an other mon-cnt ihe engine had struck the wagon, killing the hor. e and throwing the couple some distauce fnnu the track. As noon as the triiu yiu'd b .topped it was backed to the no lie ot this accident, when it was f.iucii that the uolortunate oc cupants of the wagon were both dead. Mr. B. B. Cable, who was 00 the train had the bodies placed on the train and they were taken to Milan and laid out in the depot. Then Acting Coroner flayden was ooti6ed, and he.weut out on a specia engine to hold ao ioquent. It is said that the man's name Is Wall man, aud the woman is his wife. Both were quite aced, aud lived uear Tavlor Bidge. They wero rtturuin from a funeral when the accident occurred. From all reports no blame is attached to the engineer or other employes of the'rail- road company, Foot Ball. Some of the young gentlemeu of this city and Davenport are about to organize a foot ball eleveu, for the purpose ot playing a match with the Chicago foot ball club The members will probably be II. Glasnell, of Davenport, H.French, of Davenport, and Messrs. B. T. Cable, T. J.Rodman, L. G. Andrews, H. R, Curtis, O. M Curtis, E. Guyer. S. Gregg, A. Gaidiner and C. Mixter. With such a club as this we have no doubt but that they will acquit theuiflelves creditably in any match they may play; there being quite a number ot old players among the eleven. Mr. Cable was the captain of t .e Ann Arbor clob; Mr. H. CurtU wa. captain of an eleveu picked from all Boston, and also of the university team of the Institute of lech nology; and bin brother was captain of the Adams academy eleven, of Quincy, Mass.. Mr. trench he'd the position of captain of the team ot Phillip's academy. Audovcr, Mass., and Mr. Gardner has always had the reputation of being a very fine player, and Mixter is an old Yale toot ball man, to say nothing of the strength and activity of the other members of the club, who will doubtless make splendid players. We assure the club of the best wi.thes of the public and hope th.t it will not be long before they challenge the Chicago teaiu. An Old Foot Ball Mas The Victoria has taken the first pre mium at the Dubuque, Des Moines and St. Paul fairs as the best soft coal self feeder. For sa'.e at David Don's, dwtf Baltimore, Md. I have u.ed Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup personally aud in my family for two or three years, and am pre pared to say that there is nothing to com pare to it as a remedy for Cougha, Colds, etc. James Coerrie, dent Lit. The liver is more frequently the seat of disease than is generally supposed, for up on its regular action depends, in a great measure, the powers of the stomach, bowels, brain, and the whole nervous sys tem. Regulate that important organ by taking Simmon's Liver Regulator, and you prevent most or the diseases that flesh is heir to. Dime Savings. Housekeepers who study economy in small things should use Dooley's Yeaat Powder, tbe best, because perfectly pure; the cheapest, as every package ft full weight. i We- Fall Goodi. A Loeb, the fashionable f rcnam tailor. is in receipt of his purchar Is for the fall trade, gentlemen s dress aoj business suits. A splendid line of French! English, and Scotch suitings, as well as Eie best Ameri can cassimeres is offered tl choose from, aod suits will be made to ftrder in accor dance with the new .autumn fachiocs spe cially obtained from H.onion. - Prices this season much lower thairvver before, tf MOLINE." a3plTPJin(r tt tha Molina. mrH.al society this evening at Dr. Morey's office. "Jay Wells street again. This time it assumes the appearance of an assignation house- Go slow boys. rQA toy, named King, about 15 years of age, was among this morning s trampr. rrn , jw;cj . - ...f clcndem0 & MarUa. drng 8tore was closed to-day on account of the death Mrs. W imam Clendemn. faT"John Haden was arrested for being ?-nd dlsoerly yesterday, and fede Swander fined him 5 and costs. n the north and front side and the build- ing adjoining with white paint as soon as the caroetner work is completed " scrrroit.ssur nicnaru- aeuvereaj in last of his courseof three lectures at the mT t T 1 3 1. t , attendance throughout was lizht. and the miaua company win naraiyciear expenses. " " fig-Poll tax collector Meese will have about 40 delinquents up before the justice this week. It is surprising how the amouDt is increased when entered upon the lustice a record book. JaV a no juuuioiaun uuuuauauuo win a y no.r t T.mm' H.ll .,. - w - i - -"--" - av Mva.tvar -.vuauL i ms troupe introduces some new teatures interesting KB"TiPVl Tl flmmn will .l,rl t( i . r . '...i. . i ".r."'l.,v" u " "u'uu iu ma.u.o ui uruie-sicn. m r. ? room is possessed of more than ordinary abilitv. j ;,t. ..i: KZ'ZZ faS; . . ' the law, jjgy-Mr. E. Erbst left tc-dav. in coin pany with E. J. Lindstrom, a justice of .. o-u:j t. t. "ii ijiho t.uuui l.vuu i.uu., u.ui y vuuu ' V" wuerp u. VVw August Jot, whol was arrested, in Lynn a short time ago for stealinx a pocket book. Unci was caught in Mollne by Mr. Erbet w"n lD Da "Possession lie was time. Knt Bfterwrds. he returned to Lvnn. was arrested, made a confession, and was held ior trial. Mr. brbst went to llock Island this forenoon and took the after noon train for Cambridge. Mr. Lindstrom is the justice t w bom Jot made his con fession. Obituary, Yesterday morning at 11 o'clock, Mrs, Rachel E. Clendenin, wife of William Clendenln, departed this life, a victim to that terrible disease, consumption. She has been a patient sufferer for nearly a year, during which time traveling and the oest medical attendance has tailed to afford her any relief. She was a native of New York, (Columbia county,) and was Dorn April 2bth, 1847; removed to Mor risoo, Ills., in 1857: married Mr. Clen denin in that place in April 1867, and re moved to Moline in 1873. She leaves with her hnsband three children to mourn her loss, aged respectively four, seven and nine years; the two eldest boys, and the youngest a girl. 1 here will be a funera service at her late residence on Henry street this evening at 9 o'clock, and the remains will be taken on the W. U. 10:25 train to Morrison, Ills., for interment. The Ions of this estimable lady will be felt throughout this community, who will also deeply sympathize with the pereave husband. KOT2S Hi RE AND THERE. Wm. Cundiff has been employed by the merchants between 17th and 19th sinutstodo police duty at night io that district. The Bock River conference of the Mi'lhodists, 'm scssiop jit lYinyotou, 111., adjourned this morning to meet at Galen next year. Prof. Richards will lecture on the '"Wonders of the Atmosphere," iu the Baptist church, this evening. It will b. a very interesting loc ure, and all who can should go. J. H. Mueller has brought out Joseph Miller's cartoon, on the corner of Joth street aod Third avenue, John formerly kept the 6aloon on the opposite eoroer and has a great many friends in the lower part of the city. E. E. Parmeuter has formed a law partnership with Mr. Joseph L. Haas, a young German, who is said to have fine legal abilities. The firm name will be Parmenter & Haas. The Aegtjs wishes them success. Shotting out the Enemy, It is better to shut out tha enemy. Dis ease, than to battle with him after he has entered the fortress of the body. There fore, if health is endangered by hurtful influeoces,such as a malarious atmosphere, unhealthy occupations, sedentary pursuits, and those which necessitate undue physical or mental strain or exposure in rough weather, it is the part of wisdom to protect it by the use of a reliable preven tive. No - article sold, advertised or pre scribed is so well adapted for this purpose as Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, an agree able efficacious tonic, recommended by physicians as a medicinal stimulant and corrective, botanic in its derivation, and having for its spirituous basis old rye of the purest quality, which preserves in an undeterioratiug form the potent vegetable juices and extracts combined with it. Fortified with this benign preventive, the system may bid defiance to disease, no matter how unfavorable the conditions , Telegraph Briefs. It is estimated that the famine will cost the Indian government 15,000,001) exclu sive of the loss of revenue and other indirect effects. A correspondent at Cettinge reports that the bulk of the Montenegrin army has been dismissed to sow crops, Tbe Roumanians assert that deserters tmm Plevna report that Ostuan Pasha's army is destitute of clothing and ammu nition, and scantily provisioned. The men and officers are tired of fighting and suffering and disposed to surrender. The secretary ot the treasury, in a communication to the speaker of the house, gives the estimate, by departments, of appropriations necessary for the military and executive establishments, of the United States, which foot up $36,906,306 Of this, amount $32,436,764 is for the war department alone. The other depart ments are the navy, judiciary, patent offioe, treasury.court of cl.ims.and library ot congress. Arriving in New Orleaus, Capt. Peccati, of the schooner Jennie Wood, from Ruatan, reports a heavy gale there Sept 26, lasting 24 hours. Great damage re sulted to the plantations all along the coaBt of Bay Island, many trees and houses were blown down aod several coasting vessels lost. On tbe 1 5 th inst, a fire destroyed an entire square in tbe town of Claim Lake, Mich- Loss, $40,000 : insured for $ 1 5,000. No particulars. Last evening Senator Morton waa re moved from Fichmond to bis residence in Indianapolis without unfavorable results. Miss Maggie Gear, daughter of Gov. Gear, of Iowa, was married in Burlington on the 15th inst., to J. W. Blvthe. a ("wealthy lawyer of that city.O STOVES. C9 0 N It will pay to keep your Harness in good condition. Use Frank Miller s Prepared Harness iju, - w Howe's concentrated evrun. the treat blood purifier, and ague cure and tonic bitters, can be had of Bengstoo and 1 hom as. .. The Colonnade Hotel, Philadelphia. model establishment. It is suDerb in both Ftyle and appointment and Us table and srrvloe cannot be excelled. Lodiile'6 Headache Specific comes to our city with a reputation eecoud to no other article be...... the public. Cures headache m twe to twt nry minutes. Only 50 ccuts at Beng.-Mii'ti. Dr. Sabine's "Indian Vegetable Ct-ush Syrup'' i.i the infallible remedy tor coughs, coldH, hoarseness, and ail lisea.es of the tronchial urgans. Try a bitiie. For sale by druggists generally. 6-4dly. Popular illustrated book (200 pages) on Manhood! Womanhood! MarriagkI Impediments tQ Marriage: the cause and cure. Sent jearely sealed, Dost-paid. for 50 cents, by LlR. C. W'HITTTER, 617 St. Charles street, St. Louis, Mo., the great speciahst. Uead his work. When aggravated by the iniudicious use of ointments or lotions, skin diseases are still easily overcome with Glenn's Sulphur Soap. XNothiog exerts such a wholesome I and beautifying influence upon tbe com plexion and entile cuticle. Sold by all druggists. Hill's Hair and Whisker Dye, Black or Crown, oUc. Murky & Lanmav's Fi,nnTn Watpw I he richest, most lasting, yet most deli cate oi all perfumes tor use on tho hand kerchief, at the toilet, and in tha hath delightful and healthful in the sick room, relieves weakness, fa tiff ll P. .nrrwtrat inn nervousness, and headache. Look out for counterfeits; always ask for the Florida Water prepared by the sole proprietors, Messrs. Lanman & ICemn. Now Vrnrlr PV sale by Perlumers, Druggists and Fancy unions ueaiers. 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 irrowt h and beauty of the hair. Retains tbe bair in any desired form. Prevents the hair from, turning grey.- Prevents and entirely eradicates dandruff. Heals pimples and keeps the head delightfully cool. The hair becomes rich. Bolt and glossy. Per fectly clean aod will not soil the hat. Pos sesses an exquisite fragrance, and as a dressing has no equal. Price 50 cents and $1 per bottle. Sold by all druggists. A Scre Thing. Dr. Hunter's Specific and Injection N'i. 1 are warranted to cure the Gonnorhcoa, G!eet,Chordee,Strictures, disease ol 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, ui .btly emissions, the loss of Dower, caused by self-abuse or excessive indulgence. Price of Dr. Hunter's Specific, $2 per bottle; Injection, $1 per bottle. Sent everywhere by exnresa. Dr. J. Dinsbeer, sole proprietor, No. 508, North Seventh street, St. Louis, Mo. Send two stamps for treatise. Cure guaranteed or money refunded. Dr. Dinsbeer will treat all chromic diseases, and turnish medicines for less monev than nv mho rht:.;.. fet. Louis. Write or nail Vnr aula 1 at 1 i druggist?, - lta Nature's Triumph. Nature, in her luxuriance, has clothed the hills aod the A ata rr i f li horK nnrl 1. L. I i . -.v... auu cuiuu, wuooe occult natures merely require the earnest appli cation of the scientific and inquiring mind to reveal their curativf properties, for io the vegetable world aTindly providence h""j,-v utug ir au nations, ihe only specifics for any disease yet discovered are ve?ptahle in t V 13 1 1" natna .-.) - - -V ". asui. auu wuue quinine has been accepted as the only re medy tor one class, the extract of the bu- Ahn nliint ia rmUIn t.t:.- I . r , .ay .h-iuk its place as a hot ereign remedy for other of those ills afflict humanity . Tho type of disease to which it is remedial is a broad one, and its mani- i.oisuuua ai ctcfioo, out may be started in anAtol 4ama a I a i i i -. .vUi....K.u.m an aiseases of the nrinarv orirana. vhrnku. j 1 irregularity, or self-generated, submit at ansa In tho n-int: .. ... r , V ; , UI 118 power, iieim bold Bucho for all each complaints, is the result of long research, and ia acknowledg ed BBpenor to all other preparations, CHAMPION BASE BURNER! May well be callfed tho KING or MSfilBI j "; j ' ( ' MONITOR COOK STOVE! t Acknowledged to be the best there b made, for Kco&omy, Durability and It will' Bake and Cook I other Cook Stove in the For Sale by Star WHITE Pennsylvania White Lead Works. The Original "B. A. 111 1844 tbe B. A. FAHNESTOCK & CO.. was soon acknowledged aa the Standard for I Durability, which position it still maintains. January ist, 1800, the brand was changed to "FAHNESTOCK. HAS brands ,u -cwrc.rj u j.roieci wTl.rll rliantrn ,,-aa w-ihb. I. .. . . . . T.SEnVIl;frc?ent,y.erterei 1r2ely Into the refining of rig Lead, onr Patrons will hereafter 1 order tO avoid Confusion and Innnni nrxmnt attuntlnn tn n..4..r. anJ ...;. .,... .i . . ... it irHWAWT7 SoS&Z?,?a?Da'RlrlUmg rtlatihff the FAHNESTOCK, HASLETT A and all producis of the PKNNSYLNANIA WUITK V T, Pennsylvania lead co., PittBbnrjh, Pa., Ftb. 2!Uh, 1879. j g SCHWARTZ Pres't r i1.1 !ri."g ,he ,,a,t year' Ir'creC(1 te facilities and prodnct of the PENNSYLVANIA WHIT K Dealers the W "' pr,;pared to 1 ur"i8h promptly, either direct or through the leading Wholesale FAHNESTOCK, HASLETT & SCHWARTZ, . , PKRFKCTLT PURE WIUTR LEAD. We invite the attention of dealers to thia brand with the assurance that tho quality will at all time be maintained at its old standard of strict purity and excellence. c. P WEXJ.il ft CO Pittsburgh, January. 1877. offlne aa Fifth a .pii,p tar-ForSale in Roril Island by JOHN BENGSTOO ; and In Davenport by DewalnT NatUng, North British: INSURANCE COiP'Y, Of London and Edinburgh. ORGANIZED 1809. Fire Surplus and Heserve Fund the Largest of any Comp'y doing business in the U. S. Losses Paid in .68 Years, - $25,079,840.00 ' ' T T - t Applications received and policies issued by E W ETJR8T. Resident Agent. BASING POWDEB THE MOST PERFECT EVIA0E. in quantity by their perfect purity and great strength; the only kinds made by a prac tical Chemist and Physician, with scientific care to insure uniformity, healthfolness, deli cacy and freedom from all injurious substan ces. They are far superior to the common adulterated kinds. Obtain the genuine. Ob twrve our Trade Marks as above, "Cream" Baking Powder, "Hand and Cornucopia." Buy the Baking Powder only in cans necuiely labelled. Many have been deceived in icose or bulk Powder sold as Dr. Price's. Manufactured onlv by STliELE & PRICE, e,ONE THIRD IS SAVED For It received THE FIUST FSSHnftf AT the last COUNTY FAIR OVEtt ALL OTIItRS. 250 OF THEM Were Sold in thia City la.t Season tr FRED. HASS, IN STAR BLOCK, Opp. Harper House. WHO ALSO KEEPS Cieneral Good Qualities. with 1-3 les, fael than anj market. FEED HASS, Block, opposite Harper Ilonse. LEAD. FAHNESTOCK LEAD.' ON REVERSE OF KEG. l.ranil nf Vt hlto tosrl .. ntrA tt. .a PrniTT, Whitenbss, Coverwo Properties 'ah-i LETT & SCHWARTZ J) . . . . ... puri uasers ag-ain.t imitating ana closely resembling LEAD WORKS, ; & Mercantile Show Cases. SHOW GASES. ALL STYLES. CHEAPEST iPlaS-aOaE In the City. Send for Piice Llet. J. E. BERRY, Prop.. 90 State Street. CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. ROBERT G. LTJTKE, (Successors to J, R. ZEIGLi ii. . . Manufacturers of METAL & WOOD ShOvV CASES! . OF ALL DZSCKIPTIOK8. Sl! IlamUtoB Street, . - - PZCPIA, II,L Correapondance aoUc'ted and orders prompt filled. KOBIUiT G.LSTJCiV . riSLD BfiOS., Agenti. Rock bland. oraaae 01 v nite leaa, nod wna.