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Thwsiay. IToYombof 1, 1877 1 TBS HOUSE COMMITTEES. Orffaniied to racilit&tt Business, not to Fleaio IndlTidnali. The general complexion of the commit tees shows that they have been organized to facilitate the business of the house, and not to please individuals or retard action npon any measure, nor to force the house along the line ot any special policy. In making aphis committees, the speaker kept his own counsol. and up to within a few hours of the announcement by their read ing, few of the members knew how they were assigned. The only instance where a mistake was toado wai io putting Mr. G. N. Potter, of New York, on the chairman ship of the 1 aciuo railroad committee, which would have been avoided, had Mr, Totter any idea of the speakers intentions. He has since declined. No hasty orincon siderate action is likely to proceed from any committee organized as the committee on banking and currency and the committee on ways and means are for the coming con gress, nor is it probable that either will sit two years without producing a single measure of practical legislation. They will prepare business for the house they will not stifle discussion. The strongest pressure was roahtupoD Mr. Randall to give the committees a decided and extreme membership which should lead to precip itate action in several directions. An ex amination of the list will show that he has refused to be guided by thia advice. It is belieTed that the committees will be found to reflect the temperate and sober views of a majority of the representatives over whom Mr. " Randall presides as speaker, and for the despatch of whose business committees are appointed. The committee on appropriations is made up so as to scoure the almost economy in the administration of the government and re trenchment in expenditure?,' Mr. Foster, of Ohio, who retains his old plaoe on it, being the only man inclined to increase appropriations. The committee fon mili tary affairs is organized to secure the re duction of the army, and the complexion o! the committee of Indian affairs insures early action by the house on the removal .of the Indian bureau to the earn of the war department. The leading names on a number of bommitteeg are as follows: The committee on elections retains its present chairman, John T. Harris, of Vir ftinia. Fernando Wood is at the head of ways and means, and Saylor, of Ohio, and Tucker, of Virginia, are oa the same committee, with Garfield, Kelly, and Burchard, of Illinois. Atkins, of Tennes see, is chairman of the committee on appro priations, Hewitt, of New York, being also on this committee, with Blount, of Georgia, and Singleton of Mississippi. Buckner. of Missouri, is chairman of banking and cur rency. Chittenden, of Brooklyn, leading the republican members, and Fort, of Illinois, following. A. M. Waddell, of North Carolina, is chairman of post-offices and post roads, and Williams, of Michigan, chairman of Mho District of Columbia. Scales, of North Carolioa. Retains his place at thu head of Indian.affairs, and Banning U at tho head of military affair a. On foreign affairs the first two names are Swann,of Maryland and Cox.of New York, who have places on other committees. Carter Harrison, of Chicago, is chairman of the committet on civil service reform, with Hewitt the second on thu list. The question whether the appellate court bill passed by the' thirtieth gintval usxembly is constitutional will hu finally settled by the supreme court at the Jan uary firm. The attorney genera! has reorived from Judge Geo. Wall, the lately elected judge of the Third circuit, iutnr uiatimi that ho will make an agreed case, to be submitted to the supreme court It is agreuj that all formalities shall be waived, and that the attorney general shall file an information in the nature of a quo wurrunto against Judge Wall, aud that judgment shall be rendered in f'a"r of the icpoinlcijt. The case will probably be hrst culled in the Madisou circuit court. The judgment will be pro tnriuu. and the case will be so arranged as to present all thu questions involved. There is great diversity of opinion among the lawyers of tho state as to the legality of the appellate court system, and it is considered neces sary to have this matter adjudicated before legal business becomes entangled in the new tribunal. In dealing with Mr. Hayes' nomina tions, the purpose of tbe republican senators seems to be strengthening to require that all the papers and recommen datious, in cases where republican office holders have been removed before the close of their term andjreplacediby others, in sotce cases at tho south by democrats, shall be laid before the senate. If the views of some senators are acted upon, it will be long before any of the nominations, hinging in any way upon Louisiana, are disposed of. They argue that a nomina tion like Gen. Harlan's Bhould not be acted upon until the work which Harlan did on the Louisiana commission last spring is passed upon by the senate, If his work is found good, and Spofford is seated, well; but if otherwise, and Kellogg is seated, a different course must be pursued by the senate. Yesterday a batch of about one hundred Dominations were confirmed, but none of any special importance. Some forty roads were represented at a ineetinji: held Id Chicago yesterday. The general managers, at a conclave to which the general freight agents, were not ad mitted, submitted a proposition looking to an equitable distribution or division of west bound tonnage among the different con nections of the trunk lines, but failed to agree upon a system of apportionment. Another meeting is being held to-day, and the freight agents are also in session this afternoon. CLARKSON N. PnTTPn V... rtV,A tl,. . . r . . .... cnatrruatislup 01 the committee on Pacific '"",u Alio aecnnation vraa aabmitted to tho house, who alona can excuse him. ' Senator Ingalls, of Kansas, has! introduced a joint resolution fixing the first of November as the beginning of thejreg- ular session or the 45th congress, instead of the first Monday in December as pro vided by the constitution, y ', .'x This is an effort to settle'the'question of adjournment, andfa move intbe direction of shortening the regular session. It is not probable, however, that, such'a resolu tior will pass, for if it is the desire of con gressmen and senators, to make the two sessions continuous, there is ample busi ness before congress, both "buncombe and real, to tske np every day that ,the two houses choose to sit The theory that now prevails, however, is to finish the'defioiency bills by the 15th of November, and then take a recess or adjourn over until the first Monday in December. Reduce the Army. The first gun against the army increase will be fired by Mr. Townsend, of this state, who has absolution ready to -intro" duce in the house at the first favorable opportunity. It is as follows: Whereas, The maintenance of a large standing army is .inconsistent with the spirit of the constitution of the United States or the genius of our free people; and Whereas, In the judgement of this house the present condition of the financial affairs of the government demands the enforcement ot strict economy; therefore be it Rexolvtd, That tho committee on mili tary affairs be directed, as soon attcr tbe appointment of the same as may be prac ticable, to report a bill providing for the reduotioo of the regular army as far below the present force as may be consistent with the peace and welfare of the country. The Hotel Devonshire, of New York, like the Midland Grand of LondoD, is located right at the depot.so that travelers can stop without hiring a "cabby,' or Eaying a bill for baggage express. ' The Devonshire is conducted on the American and European plan, at moderate prices. It is a first-class, bran new and elegant hotel, and has one of the best restaurants in the city. Astonishing Success. It is the duty of every person who has used Bo8crtEEs German Syrup to let its wooderful qualities be known to their friends in curing Consumption, severe Coughs, Croup, Asthma, Pneumonia, and in fact all throat and lung diseases. No person can use it without immediate relief. 1 hree doses will relieve any case, and we consider it the duty of all Druggists to recommend it to the poor dying consump tive, at least to try one bottle, as 40,000 dozen bottles were sold last year, and no one case where it tailed waa reported. Such a medicine as the German Syrup cannot be too widely known. Ask your Druggist about it. Sample Bottles to try a old at 10 cents. Regnlar size 75 cents. Sold positively by all first-class Druggists. INSUBANCE OLD AND TRIED. The Best is the Cheapest.' INSURE WITH Mil & CLSN, Fire, Life and Accident THE ONLY AOKNCT DOINU EXCLUHIVELT IKHUBaNCE. ALL LOSXH8 PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. POLI CIES IKS LED IN TBI FOLLOWING OLD AND TlilED COMPANIES. FIRE. Old New YorkUnde writers Agency.... $ 8,500,000 Old Continental 8,040.000 OldPhosnix S.79-J.000 Old Howard, organized 1825 800,000 German-American 3.250,000 Liverpool & London Jt Globe 30,000,000 Royal, of London 20,000,000 Imoerlal, of London 13,000,000 Northern, of London 37,000,000 Olrard, of PhllarielDhla 1,000,000 St. rani Fire and Marine 1,000.000 Trader of Chicago 950,000 Atlantic, of Brooklyn. Amazon, of Cincinnati, Ohio ... liho-.le IIhihI Association Western, of Toronto Fairfleld, of Connecticut Commonwealth, of Boston Revere, of Boston ACCIDENT. Travelers' Accident, of Hartford LIFE. Wa!iiii''ton Life 457,000 9(5,000 1,500.000 1.500,000 305,315 43-i,KW 363,375 3,TOO,000 5,500,000 till Assets .' Cll'.MR3,r34 OFFICE, BENOSTON'S KOCK ISI.NI),;1LL BLOCK, ''The ki is the Cheapd J. .M..BUF0RD Represents the following Old and Reliable FIRE & LIFE Insurance Co.s. And will issue Polices in any of them at as LOW A RATE as the risk will justify. iGtoa. Hartford $ 7,J0,OU0 Hartford, 8,800,000 Phosnix ' 44 S,45O,O0O National, 1,050,000 orient, " 800,000 Atlas,; 44 ..... 450,000 Ins. Co. N. America, Philadelphia 16,700,000 Franklin, 8,400,000 Fire Association, " 8,800,000 American. 1.400,000 Home, New York 8,200,000 Niagara,. . 44 1,800,000 uaubatten, " 850,000 Westchester, 44 , B60.000 North Westers Nat. Mil waukee. Wis., .. 878 ,000 Americas Cent 6t. Louis, Mo., 760.000 St. Louis, , rj 44 ' 350,000 St. Joseph,. 8U Joseph, Mo 435,000 Firemen's Fund, San Francisco, (Gold) 725.000 Quen;,England, (Gold) 12,000,000 Scottish Com'l, Glasgow 11,000,000 British America, Toronto . . 1,200,000 Allemanma, PUtahnrgh, P.......MM.. , 850,000 MlllvlHaM-utual, MlllYille.N. J. ....... - '1,500,000 Lycamldg, Muncy, !'..... 1 650,000 K. W. Paaaeogar, Hartford . WOJXX) Conn. Mutual LKe, Hartford 60,000,000 - TotaLAaaaia RepraaaoUd.n8ia5. 840.000 sues1 1 1 tndthb,lainaUntanmMltiiiMMtiieB.aBd p'tiieiootauhic? huk or brown, reparation, uxi a fTorit upon aTerv wall r wallapvtntrd ttit b !1 rrnruiu ni iur Drmn 1. .It'i lBr loriaty or nntl-nii. For ' e lor 1 any or iMntlwtitn TAD 03. fro fm. SOAP J ft -V' GLENN'S SULPHUR SOAP. Thoroughly Cures Diseases of the Ski. 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 impurities of the blood and obstruction of the pores, but also those produced by the sun and wind, such as tan and freckles. It rend's the cuticle MARVELOUSLV CLEAR, SMOOTH 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 uss of Glenn's Sulphur Soap, which in addi tion to its purifying effects, remedies and pre vents Rheumatism and Gout. It also DISINFECTS CLOTHING and LINEN and PREVENTS DISEASES COMMUNICATED BY CONTACT with the PERSON. It dissolves Dandruff, prevents bald ness, and retards grayress of the hair. Physicians speak of it in high terms. nni 50 Cents per Cake: per bjxiauates). uuc. and $7.20. N It. Sent by Ma.l. Prejiaid, on receipt of price, and j cents extra lor each Cuke. "HILL'S HAIR AM) WHISKER DYE, Black cr Brown, 50 Cents. C. J. CRITTEST05, Prop'r, 7 Sixtk Av.J.Y. PYL Is The Champion FOR "WASHING IN HARD OR SOFT WATER. No other Soap in this country ia so serviceable to Housekeepers, and so well worth their attention. Pyle's 0. & Saleratus, Is the genuine pure, healthy kind that every good pastry cook needs, to insure complete success. Try those honest articles. Sold by Grocers Everywhere. If anfd by JAS. PILE, If e wYcrk, Sold by B . STSECXrUS ft SOS", Rock Island Original and Standard Manufactures. OFFICE AM FACTORY: No. 64, 6b, 68,70,72,74,76, 80 & 82 Washington St, N.Y. abbitfs BEST SOAP. Tlie most nleanatit and effective Ronp for the I.nun- Ary or for Fnmily WnHhine rnrjmwea ewt oUered. A. irmi iCKa?e nul iree uu receipt 01 xu ceuts. Babbitt's TOILET SOAP. Miirlq fmm ti nnrost vtvptnhln nila ITnrivBJri fnr Iha Ti.11,1 f.a M . U ...... i Ua it U&h no equal. Sainnle box, coutuiulii three cuke, Babbitt's SOAP POWDER. From tliis Powder a beautiful and Hervicestble white aoft honp, of any deHired strength, cau lie made in leu minutes without tun ue of Kreuse or potash. Trial pacing e aeut 1 ree u receipt 01 o cents. abbitt's EAST PQWRER. Abaolutely pure. Urvnd, rake, puddiiifm. ete., made in a midrt (ipare ot time, keep linuer, and are more di veHtiole than when made if conimou and cheap iniita- ...urn .1 .1.1 '".11... i ... iii. uu 1 1 n.ij'k in 1. wu.a Babbitt's SALEOATUS. A standard article. A sample package scut free on recelix 01 26 ceutH, Babbitt's GREAf.l TARTAR. Warranted free from all lmpnritlea. The houae irife can rely uiion It. Trial package aent free on re ceipt 01 it centa. Babbitt's POTASH. A pure concentrated alkali, double the strength of sommun potaah. Sample aeut free ou receipt of 25 cents. THE PROPRIETOR will stive nn ounce of goia tor every ounce ot impurities lound in anr 01 tueie preparntioim. JPor Sale by all Dealers. CORBETT FOUR OUNCES Is stlfflcientfor a washing of three to four dnacn pieced, and with o.io-i bird the time and Jnhor.pince. by soakins clothe with aiolnliuu ot it, very little rubbing is icyuircd. THE CHEAPEST SOAP IN THE WORLD. AiSK Y OUH GP.0 CER. CORBETT. B0YNT0N & CO., Hot. 31 CS Tisihstca Ct, Ciieaja, U. GET THE GENUINE. SHIEfiELL'S KULLIYTJU WASHING CRYSTAL SUIRREIX it CO., Proprietor. 47 Pearl Street, ....BUFFALO, K." T. .Si? LIND.HAGERTY & Cu. x PRACTICAL illwrigjits! Contractors & Builders , Ofalldeacrlptionslot Mill , ITo,cliiiiery . Draaata and Specification for Flooring Mi Hi Saw Mills, Distilleries and Grain Elevators irade out on short notice. Ar prepared to take eon tracta (or building and macMa ry, and give pt .ton' al attention to a., he detail! of contraction. Re pairs of all Wnda .omptly attended to whethor or dered by malt or in person. At the old stand of H Brooks, (new No.,) SS5 tS S. Washington street,,. .,- PEOKIA.ILL . AlrMwTvV-1''vr.4 CHAS. KAESTNER & CO., i I'm Manufacturers of -POET ABLE MILLS And General Mill Machinery, XSfc ,;3AW,Portable Mills for Ke- IKiiUrinrting Middlings, Brew-KS-sT' ery. Malt House and Distil- I e '-"SVsnuiM'y Macninery; uast iron IE,-" ills for Coffee. Spice aud ----- Farm use; Corn Shelter, Steam Engines. Horse Powers, etc. 63 Sonth Canal Street, CHICAGO. ..a... I twill for circular. S3A-E3. DOWN WITH HIGH PRICES CHICAGO SCALE CO., 88 A 70 W. Monroe Street, . . ... ... .CHICAGO, 1L I. 4-ton Hay Scales, $60; old price. $160. All other sizes at a great reduction. All Scales Warranted Hend for circular and price lit EDUCATIONAL. k 1 a a Special Advantages. Kljrht eminent Profeasors as Instructors. The Best and moat Elegant Rooms in the West. Hoarding Ulnh. Good board $1.50 to f a week' Three tlrst class Penmen constantly employed Superior individual Instruction In Boik-keeplnsr. Commercial Law. Invaluable to basiness men. Commercial Arithmetic, thorough and practical' I neqnaled advantage for learning TelegrapijX Scholarships good in Forty Colleges. .Theft- advantages are posaeveetl by no othe -ehool. AtUlreas MONT.Mil'E LI LI.' BRUM;? Davenport, Iiwa ;li(ieitate w-hnr- v.n .jivr hi rjiM. CHA.NGE OF PRICES AT V. Dauber's Old Stand. New Shoes 40 cent. Re-net 20 rents. None but flrvt-class workmen employed. Horse-shoeing In ali Its hranchee. Interf' rliii;, Qaarter Cutters, and Hoof-Bonnd Horses Cured Special attention given to shoeing Trotters. All work warranted. Horsemen aud others invited to rail. Shop Third avetine, between 18th and 10th street-. KOCK ISLAND. MEDPORD RUM, DANIEL LAWREFCE & SONS, ONLY DISTILLKKS 0? Medford Bum! Still enjoy the reputation of luanutactnring the Best Rum in tbe States. Duly authorized by Slu.e license. The snpcrlor qnality and purity of Lawrence's Medford Iiatn for the past fifty -two years, has made It everywhere known as tbe Stan dard Rum. No pains will he spared to maintain its purity and reputation. WE HAVE ft THE LAEGEST STOCE OF OH 1HF0I IO IN THE WORLD. got the finest and choicest grades and ol all ages. The public Is cautioned agaii st imitations and counterfeits. Order direct from cs, and we warrant perfect satisfaction. 1 lease addnssall orders to IfEDFORD. MASS., or 131 Broad St-, Boston, Mass., and they will receive prompt attend tion. Send lor circular. ...... " ' ..." . . ii 5 t-x-a DANIXttAWSBJSCaB 809$ a P ' I -,li-.5ri'' 1111 mi 1111- g j -'. ' .-. .. -:r - -,v .'fa -"1 J1 S'Sl 1 mxos. Maattlacturef f tbe 4 1 Favorite Bauer Pianos. 'if Indorsed y 80,006 Families, Artisfa and Musical unues. TUB BKST Aril) MOST KEUABUS PIANO IN THE MARKET. . A full stock of ";crX.:2 AND ." . .: UPRIUIIT PIANOS! Also, Agent for the Celebrated Pianos I Corner State and Monroe streets, (Palmer Hons) , caiuAuo. W O M E! nsn USE L7DIA E. PINKHAM'S Vegetable Compound THS fcUEE CUEK FOR PROLAPSUS urE&i; All Female Complaints ! A Remedy that Is rapidly taking the place ot All other Preparations for the Cure of all Female Weaknesses ! This Compound, which 'a purely vegetable, has " ' va irovs nnimup, B11U 1UOUB' ands m persons who were considered as incurable tSaffiAf) thp air ill nn Va j . 1 iuac ,aiiB i ruicuj wm uic(verea nave oeen re "W'cu u prncvi unitu uy us use. Worth $1,000 in a Single Case. BcitUNOTOH. Vr . t)ec. 1Sth. 1S7. Mrs. Ltdia K. PisKdali:- It is with pleasure that we are able to say that in every case reported k uo jour t iuiiii,B compound nas given uni versal satisfaction. One gentleman told nato-ria that It had done his wife a thoniand dollars worth ot good, aa he eiorrpwo Jr. Our customers with out a aintrle exception, enuak ot it in the hifheM terms of praise. Yon ur at libeny lo make use of mi i uvi riirui 11 youciioose. onrsvervre apecmiuy. u. H. b I'tAHfiS & CO., Droplet 3e l'v t'ampiilet -'tjiiide to W unicu" ml tu aeui nee to any au.ina by enclosing stamp 10 I V I . T . 1' 111 I' 1 1 . i . Lydia E. Fi-nkhamt tgetaUe Compound is soid by mi Dmgglsis at fl perhott!e. Whole sate. Agem-George . Ooodwln & Co., So. miimer street, ana Osrter, Uains liawley. So ww mwn mi'nn iren, rnTOii. HOW W3S0EafJL is . VORDIOKV IfiMTIC UNIMIT. For Rheumatism it may be acute or chronic or tnnamaiory rueumaum, i ic4okireui. Tuothat hi Ueadache, Earache, lnllamniation of the Stoniac: iiuweis or Kidneys, bprain, btralr.s. Lame Hack, Briiisrs, NeHraii", cramps, linrn. Scalds, Mos quito Bites, stingd of Poisonous ineecla, Chi, bains. Lieamu'S, MiisiroKes, soatneM aud Pains in th leet. Leg, Joints, etc , Lameness, "weliine of th Knees, Feet, Legs, Frost Bites, Chapped Hands etc. And iu all cases where there is pain or dis iresa, u appuea over the part or parts, will affor. iiauieniai reuci. BEST INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL REMEn The best, aud the strongest Liniment In th worlt; Prove it yourself by a trial orders with cash promptly oiled. Price oOc and fl per brrt'le. Grea reduction or pr-ce to ihe wnolesale trade. Agenu wMura in every eny anfl (own. '1 hi valuitble pain ilestroyintt remedy should hi in every i.inuiy. I he timely use or this inetiicli has saved the people an immei.Be amount ol puiK- ing aud thousands ol dollais. its cihcacv as an in sta. t relief lor p;ilus ol every d scription. has b. come tnorongniy (tsU'O. -ii iims (iro.l a potent remedy for ho;. s, iiirinir those ai Iiuhip cpt-edily ol colic or botf. i.uatlrt ds of rclcrciic s couln" lit giv.'n where hesc . oble Hi.i:i'H!- Iw been saved ny tne tinieiy ue ot mis preaiatlou r-fS-Purihasi r of the cleb aled medicine dp scribeil iu this c-nrd will be sure and not b.- pal or with inferior or nukuowo article. II vou cannot nuu wnat yon desire iu one etore, vou will at anoth er near by. Take only the geuuiae. Price onb w " vx f"v. nuutcwiii uruers to m A. H. VORDICK, Chemist and Drnggist, SU Louis, Mo. Price BOc and $1 per Bottle H not sold by your Druggist or storekeeper, we win lorwaru uy eapresa io any auress. Ualf Dozkk, small .......f 2 50 Half Dozen, labuc 6.00 75,000 BOTTLES Sold iu 1876 of Thia Liniment. Testimonials. St. Cbablbs. Mo Vordick's Rheumatic Liniment is won-terful. I was laid up lor 18 weeks; tried everything I was told ; doctors could do nothing tor me, until I was told to try one bottle ol Vordick's Celebrated Rheu matic Liniment. It cared me, and I must give it all the praise. My case is too long to teU yon all horn AititniB. tti anil .non a .tam,n4 V .i n tell yon all about iL l ours truly. UXO. 4. HOSKKSR, Prop, of Washington House, comer Clay and Sixth streets, St. Charles, Mo, - St. Louis, Mo. It is a sara cure for Neuralgia. Johs Powirs. St. Louis, Mo. It cured my back. I suffered a great deal. JOHHATBA! ti. RUDOLPS, . . St. Char lis, mo. I sell It now. iso. V. Boshksb. ' T raeommend it to evervanct. T at k.iM.1 t- oar family. Mbs. Forsteb, six mue uouse, west St Louis. T .n H.nm m tin H VnMiAfcl. Dk.nM.iJ. T l : . I never saw any Liniment to beat it. i lonrsu-iiy, , uumrawi, ;. St. Chablss, Mo. I recommend it to evervone for th ihn plaints. - This Liniment has done great wonders. - ionrsturiy . jf iusd Uicuar. . ,T ST. Louis. Mo. I attvi Msmmaiirf VamIiiiVv T9VaMAl. I i i . as one c f tbe eremteet LliitnjenU the-wnrirf AltP.m m T Ait A. Vr fira hanH amwat InaJ A. n . Wavv ' J " v bai.suucu f LLiiC catching a fly ball. Tours truly, dOBM DOLAK. Catcher of Red Stockings ilase Bail Club. . . St. Lorjia, Mo. I Klaln K p.n nrn rAlalMa uh, . i Linimer.t,ln the house, it is a good remedy for ail it claims above. ti (i Oatbkb, St. Louis Poar-MUe House. . ' I recommend it to all afntebuf Tt I. r-i a i . . . i..uwitu the house, , lours uuly, Sbth CAapxax, . . "WABBnteTon, Mo. It is a great Liniment for all pains. It makes bo difference where yea have a pain, it will cure it. 4 ours truly, . Hbmbt Rowb. , . - , , Cahpobsia, Mo. - It Is a great remedy for Rheumatism and Neu ralgia, 1 say it mil cure every case , . . JamyowH,,.:.; Joan Hwabb . ,.r t, ' WEMTevuijt, Mo. 1 I sell Vordick's Rheumatic Liniment in my etore They all praise it every day when they come to me for it . Tours, Hehbt Wdbbbbpbb, Thousands more of testimonials, but space does not allow more. ?s-.. .t.Jy Jefferson A venae and Benton 8t,. . 8T. LOtJia , j hold, by all Kockisland firnfct" LIFE FOR DO'O?; LQSE ; CHEJYALTEE'S LIFE FOR THE HAIR lj Restores Gray Hair Perfectly, stops x its falling at once, increases,, v-0;? J? si its irrnwth rsmirliir 1ArUi 2.' b L-i us erowm maivCCi ' . . fy 1.1.1. e ,cx pa ID V 2 s S i . 0 f5 S: 'cJ ! as- 5 I WW SJ o Cev CHEVALIER'S LIFE ! for Laaj 11 18 delightful : .If Vf H who -use it on.-e. will iDRUGGISTS KEEP IT W. G. EMERY, Sole Afent, Office 209 SHOW Mairufacturer Warerooms, 74 State Street... 1 am pleased to itform vou that I am DreDared to OU Short notice. Rend fnr nrlrn Hat. .. . ; " i MISFIT?: English Bruss3ls, Three Ply 1 p i y eivet ivugs, vrumo vipias, vu uwds, ete.,j?ery cneap at tbe Uld flace . 112 JTOsTOH STRICT, ? - - NEW YORK. ' - Carpets carefaly- packed atd sent to any part of the U. S. free of charge. Send for - Price List; S J. A. BEND ALL, STOVES AND RANGES. THE MlGKEE STANDARD PLATE IRQH FURNACE, ; .J,:"i j ;!.-::! I. I ., vi,: ; i .3 . : . . ,.v- . ...... I .:: ..!.,,; . ' ' . : - ' " Hi .r. : - V- ' :.:" " r If ... . Or ! , '.'. '. ". : -JSf ; i I -h,. 4 Received THE MEDAL OF HONOR and the HIGHEST AWARD at the CeDteDDial Exhibition; Philadelphia, as superior to all others. ' - - HEAD THE JTJDOES BEPOHT. Thi Maom Stasdub Piti Ibom FrKNAci presents especial merit as a healthfnL rnnwnimt economical and lnt-xpenaive Wrought Iron Furnace! Its deraiirfor convenience econ omy in oe. are In part ennmeratea as fcllowa: It has its dome V Ht.i vn. . JLL . of gas or dnst into'the air-chamber. The donble TconstrncUo ot ItanlSnmJa- ES?TS -BkSSf ?5 air lor the free combustion of gas. The MomhtteM3l Trra-C.lta wall, wHh air space between, is a rerr Terr.-C.ita wall, with-.ir space between, is a reVconyent fm proven t for -5Sta? .Xannot recommended too highly. jyAll Casting aie of nnriyalled eteMeTnd UCStR' ? Wa0t Manufactured by The Magee 00 272 & 274 State Street, EOESE AND CATTLE FOOD. C"" f4 : Inrpor tant Information - TO STCCZ E2EEDEES & FEj2EZSS. , Thorley's "Improved: Horse & CattlerFood, commended by thousands of (voluntary testimoni als u-um iub oeai smck men in America. Lle&r what they say ofHt "I have no hesitarton In commending It atrnntri to all stock men." Wm. Smith. "'Earenswood Farm," Detroit, Mich. "1 he animals are verr fund tit tt. and k-un In first-class condition. If it were better known among stock men, we are sure they would not hes ltai to use it largely."- John V. Sanborn, Collec tor of Customs; A. It. Htebbius. Man aifr for .A very & Murphy, Fort Huron, Mich . Uorse and Cattle Breeders use It, becmse It gives strength to weakened iuoa'w, improves the wind, increases the avnetite.: and fivwa a smooth and glossy aalii. Indicating perfect health, ftock feed era use it oecause it will Idtten in anrpnstngly short time. Dairymen use it, beeauae cows give more and richer milk. Calves and pigs thrive by its use, and it ls.eaiwllv efficacious with doirs and poultry. Everybody uses it because it is tha cheap j- en ana ue Dest looa m America, usea only ss a condiment tablespoon! ill to a feed, thoroughly mixed, at each feeding. Two lb boxes retailiui; at c or $12 per hundred B.. for prices, etc., ad dress, . . . ii- - iw i-i. - Thorley Horse & Cattle Food Co. 100 YanBves St; CHICAGO. THE HAIR. YOUE HAIB. ramaiv. k v s- o- LJJC Uitll VI S -c , . . , 0 D al nonntiinl . v o- 0 o lL kaai Liiux it j a - i r 2 c M Z L. r 3 - W 53 2... 5-; 5 . H- ihe HAIR dressing, and tiftTfer after - tie other. THE WORLD OVER. Water street, S - . NEW YORK. CASES. of all kinds of .X.'.. ...i. CHICAGO. fill all order for fihow Caea of eve.-r riecertntlnn a CARPETS. and Ingrain, also, Stair Carpets, conveaten? 13 "V'" Q"u" be Furnace Co'y. BOSTON, Mass. ooie western Agents, . . CHICAGO CASTS. JOHN B. HAWLEY, A TTOENKT AND COTJN9EIXOB AT LAW aS?? in. Bengston's Block, Illinois St., Rock "I and, Illinois. 8-13diw6m KEirvVOSTLI & BSAEDSLET I W ?,D ABSTRACT OFFICE. ROOM8 IS U Court House, iuo. T. Ken worthy as,M. Besrds-eT- . 10-3d4wtf. M.M.COBBETT, ATTOHNBY AT LAW, 80LICrrOB IN CHAW eery and Notary Public, Abstracts, Loans and Collects. O flics nd Avenue, 8rd ooor east of Bengston's Drug Store, Bock Island, Ills. LUCIAN ADAMS, ATTORNEY AKD COUNSELOR AT LAW Office in Mitchell & Lj-nde's block, Rock Island 111. Have complete set of Books vl Abstracts of Title vt Lands la Rock Island County. Wm. F. Zimmerman. PRACTICAL Pl A2iQ TUNKKAXD EKGULA ter. Leave orders with John Zimmerman, Piano Manufacturer, 120 Msiu St., near First 'a tional Bauk, Davenport, Iowa RDwajtn . twiiair. wiuoasiacKsoM ATTORNEY8 AND COUNSELLORS AT IW Ollice Cor. Eagle and Illinois streets, Bork Isl and, Illinois. . --, ll-16dly THOMAS -YATES, IS PREPARED TO DO PLUMBING IN ALL IT 1 branches, also, Gasand Steam Fitting. - Call aud have estimaiesraade before orderingyour work done by other parties, i - ' TUOJIAS it Alfj,(Leves.)Bock Island. NT. 1 I