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Tnurslay Noyember 8. 1377. EADWAY'S READY 'RELIEF CURES THE WORST PAINS In from One to Twenty Minutes. NOT ONE HOUR after reading th.i advertisement need any one &UFFJB,B WITH FAIN RADWAY'H ready RELIEF IS A CURB FOR EVKRY PAIN. It wti the first and Is THE ONLY PAIN REMEDY' tht instantly Hops the most excruciating pains allays Inflammations, and cares Congestions whether of the Lungs, Stomach, Bowels or other (lands or organs, by one application IN KKOSi ONE TO TWKNTY MINUTES, no matter how violent or excruciating tbe pain, the Kheumatlc, Bed-Hidden, Infirm, Crippled, Nervous Neuralgic or prostrated with disease may suffer, PE02I THE EON, THUELOW WEED INDORSING DR. RADWAY'S R. R. R. KKMKDIKS, AFTER USINO TUSH TO& BE VIRAL TIARS. Nrw York, Jan. 4, 1877. Dam sir: Having lor several years used your medicines, doubtlnirlv at flrst.bnt after experienc lug thoir cfllcacy with full confidence. It is no lens pleasure than a doty to thankfully acknowledge the advantage ws have derived from them. The pills are re-ortcd to an ofter as occasion requires. and always with the desired effect The Ready Kellef cannot be better described th an it Is by its name. We apply the linlmsnt frequently and free ly, almost invariably finding the promised "Kellef" Truly yours, islgneaj iuokluw Dr. KiDWir. Radway's Heady Relief WILL AFFORD INSTANT EASE. Inflammation of the Kidneys, Inflammation of (fee madder, innammauon ortne Bowels, Conges tion of the Lungs, Bore Throat, Difficult Breathing, Palpitation of the Heart, Hysterica, Croup, Dlptherla. Ca turrb. Influenza, lleadacho, Toothache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Cold Chilis Ague cm lis. Tbe application of the Keady Relief to the part tr paru where the pain or difficulty exists will of fnrd ease and comfort. Twenty drops In half a tnmbler of water will In a f.iw minutes cure Cramps, Sprains, Sour Stomach Uartburn, Sick Headache, Diarrhn-a, Dysentery, rjollc. Wind In the Bowels, and all Internal Pains. Travelers should always carry a bottle of RAD A AY 8 KKADY KHLIKK with them. A few drops, In waUr will prevent sickness or pains from change of water. It la better than French Brandy or tit ers as a stimulant. FEVER & AGUE Fever and Ague care? for fifty cents. There Is not a remedial agent In the world that will cnre fever and airne, and all other malarious, billons, srsrlei, typhoid, yellow and other fevers (aided by Kvlway's l'illit)o quick as Hadway's Heady Uellif. Fifty cents per bottle. HEALTH BEAUTY! Strong and Puro, Rich Blood Increase of Flesh and Weight Clear Skin and Beautiful Complexion Secured to all. OR. RADWAY'S arsapari.liaii Uesohent lias made tbe rnowt astonishing Cures; so quick, so rapid are the changes of the bod) undergoes under tin Inlluetice of this truly wonderful med icine that Kvery Day an Increase of Flesh and Weight is Seen and Felt. The Great Blood Purifier. Every Drop of the SAIWAPARILLIAN RKSOL VK.NT communicate through the lllood. Sweat, I'rlne, and oilier fluids and Juices of the syetem the Vluor of Life, for it repair the watesnf the body with new nnd sound material. Scrofula, Syphilis, Consumption, Glandular Diseases, Ulcers iu the Throat, Mouth, Tumors, Nodes in the Glands and other parts of the system. Sore Eyes. Strumorous Discharges from the Ears, and the worst forms of Skin Diseases, Eruptions, Fever Sores, Scald Head, King Worm, Suit Uhenm. Erysipelas, Acne, 11 lack Spots, Worms In the Flesh, Tumors, Camera in the Womb, and all Weakening und 1'alufiil Discharges, N iirl.it sweats, Loss of Sperm and ail Wastes of tbe Life Principle, are within the curative range of this wonder of Modern Chemistry, and a few davs use will (.rove to any person using it for either of these lorms ot disease'lts potent power to cure them. If the patient, daily becoming reduced by the wastes and decomposition that are continually pro gressing succeeds in arresting these wastes, and repairs the same with new material made from healthy blood-and this tbe SAitsAPARlIXIAN will and does secure a cure Is certain; for when once this remedy commences its work of purl flea tion.and succeed In diminishing the loss of wastes It- repairs wll be rapid, aud every day the patient will teel lilmsell growing hotter ana stronger, tne food dlgrsti'ig better, appetite improving, and llesh and weight Increasing. Not only does the SxnsAPAiuLLi an Resolvent excel all remedial agents in the Cure of broiilc. Scrofulous, Constitutional and Skin Diseases, but It is the only positive cure for Kulney and Bladder Complaints, Urinary and Womb Diseases, Gravel, Diabetes, Dropy, Stoiipa'f of Wutcr,Iiicontluunce of Urine, llrljlit s : isease. Albuminuria, aud In all cases where there are brlck-dnst deposits, or the water is thlek, cloudy, mixed with substances like the while of un eg,', or threads like white silk, or there Is a morbid, dark, bilious appearance, and white bone dust deposits, and when there Is a pricking, burn ing sensation when passing water, and Pain In the small ol ttiu Mack ana aloiK the Loins. Tumor of 12 Years' Growth Cured by Uadvoay JCesolvent. BiVERiT.Mass .July 18.110. Ph. Radh at: I have had Ovarian Tumor in the ovaries and bowels. All the doctors said "there was uo help for It." I tried everything that was recommended, bnt nothing helped me. I saw your K, -solvent, and thought 1 wotila try it; hnt had no faith lu it, because I had suffered for twalve years. I took six bottles of tbe Resolvent and one box of Ktdway's Tills, and two bottles of your Headv He lint ; and there is not a sign of tumor to be seen or felt, and 1 feel better, smarter and happier than I have for twelve yean. The worst tumor was in the left side of the bowels, over the groin. I write this to you for the benefit of others. You can publish it ti you c noose. uas.i All Jr. KriArr. PRICK, $1 PER liOTTLE. AN IMPORTANT LETTER. Ann, Akboh, Mich., April no.1875. Dit. IUowat Kind Sir: i have been taking your ii'-soivem, ueuiaiing mis, anu also using me Heady Relief shout one year 'or ovarian tumors on til. i abdomen wlilc he uios '.eminent physicians ol our aienicai l oue . pronouarea incurable. They were like k ts ou a treo. When I was sit ting in a chair tlie hung almost to the floor, and mv weight was a7& pounds when 1 commenced with your remedies, and now It is 210 pounds, but they are not all gone yet. I have taken twenty-four bot tles of Resolvent, nine of Relief, and twenty-four ooxes ot nils. I get the medicine from U. Uren vi!l. l'lease send me your took "False and True.'1 MRS. C. KRAI''. Another Letter from Mr$. C, Kropf. August 18. 1875. Du. Had WAV Kind Sir: I take the liberty to ad dress you again. My health s greatly improved by the use of your medicines. Three of the tumors are entirely gone, and the fourth is nearly so, ironsy is goiia, uemim sun improving, and my weib decreasing evry Iat. 1 bave had a great iimuy cans iijis uuiuiur iu linjiiire ol tne wouder ful cure yonr medicine has done for me, one from Onlo, one I mm Canada, three from Jackson, and quiui a numuer irom tnu piace. Yours with re lpect, silts, c. JMtArr Wo arc well acquainted with JUrs. Krapf. She is an estlma ile lady, and very benevolent. She b been the means of selling many bottles of the lie solvent by the druggists of Ann Arbor to persons auitcteu wuu internal tumors. We have heart! ol some woudeiful cures eflected by it. lours re spectfully. KliEUitACU CO. Auu Arbor. Mich., Aug. 18, 137S. Or. JEiLn,civo,y' REGULATING PILLS perfectly tasteless -elegantly Coated with swset gum, purge, regulate, purify, cleanse, and itreneh en. Railway's Fills, for the cure of all disorders of tne Htomacli, Liver, Dowels, Kidneys, liladder, Nervous Diseases, Usadacbe.Constloation. Costive. ". Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Bilious Fever, inflammation of the Dowels, 1'lies, and all Derangements of the Internal Viscera. W arranted to effect a positive cure. 1'ureiy Vegetable, con Ulnlng no mercury, minerals or deleterious drum f Observe the following symptoms resulting from disorders of the Digestive Organs. Constipation, Inward Files, Fullness of the Blood In the Uaad, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Ueartburn, Disgust of Food, Fullness of Weight lu the Stomach, Hour Kruptions,blnklng or Flutter Ings in the I'll of the Stomach. Swimming of the Head, Hurried aud Difficult Breathing, Flutterings at the Heart, Choking or 8 ulfocatiug Sensation when iu a Lying Posturu, Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs before the Sight, Fever aud Dull Fain in mu iiuau, ueiicieucy oi i'etipmtion, iellown-es of iuo iu auu njrra, ram in iu. Mile, Cbest, Limbs, and sudden Flushes of Heat Borninir in the Flesh. A few doses of RADWAY'S FlLLb will free tbe svsiem from all the above named disorders. Price ti yci uo, doki ny uruggists, iiead "I'ALSK MU TRUE." - e-er-isni (1. KAI'WSY CO.. No 28 lnr.rintl . wnnh ihon- KOCX ISLAND... r.. OITY. Wanted. A irl that can do general house work. Call at this office for infor mation. It will ray to keen your Harness in irnnd condition. Use Frank Miller's Prepared Harness uu. For Rent A tood house two Mocks from the postoffice. Inquiro of F. liUaoiph. 8dlw We would call Rneoial attention tn the advertisement of Dr. Groyes' Heart Reeu lator on second page as teing a great remedy for Heart Disease in all its forms All kinds of House and Sicn Painting. Uraiomg, etc., with neatness and dispatch. Give me a call. Shop on Eighteenth street, above Third avenue. sep3-d3m C. Jcerqens, Masonic. Special communication of Trio Lodge No. 57, A. F. & A. M. this (Thursday) evening. Nov. 8. 1877. Work on F. C. degree. By order of W. M. Louis Bradford, Secretary, Dime Savings. Housekeepers who study economy in small things should use Dooley's Yeast Powder, the best, because perfectly pure; the cheapest, as every package is lull weight. ine ceieDrated reona snow cases cheaper than any other in the market Quality guaranted. Workmanship un surpassed. Rob't G.Lutke. manufacturer Peoria. Ills., Field Bros., agents, Rock Island, Ills. . 5 lOdly New Goods. Zimmer & Stegeman. merchant tailors have again received what fail and winter force us to like the choicest woolens, the finest cassimeres. Whosoever likes to feel warm in frosty season, call and get an ele gant suit promptly made to order. lOdtf We Can't Talk without showing the condition of our teeth. Every laugh ex noses them. In order not to be ashamed of them, let us use SozODONT, which is sure to keep them white and spotless, and to give fragrance to every word we utter, ''United we stand," as the joined frag' mentssaid to Spaclding's Glue. Uew Livery Stable. James F. Copp desires to inform his friend's and the rnblic that he has opened a livery and sale arable at the stand formerly occupied by A. Henry, 3d avenue, between ICth and 17th streets, where he will be pleased to see all the old customers and as many new ones as chocn-e to favor him with their patronage. Funer als promptly attended to. James V. Copr. Rock Island, Oct. 27, 1877. tf Dental Notice. IsVtico is hereby (riven, that -Drs, J. V Stark and V. T. Mapill are our only licensees for the nse of Rubber as a base for artificial dentures, in Rock Islaud, 111. All persons are hereby cautioned against purchasing rubber dental plates of any parties not licensed of this company, as by so doing they render themselves equally liable to prosecution for infringement. A reward will be paid for information that will load to the conviction of any parlies of unlawful use of our patents. Boston, Nov. 5 1877. 8 dlw Josun Bacon. Treas. Goodyear Dental Vulcante Co. Tne Weatner To-Day. The following shows the temperature at I he A Rous DrriCK to-day as dicated bv thermometer: in- 7. m. 3H above ero 12 it Bit3 above cere a. a. M " "18 p. a. 36' The Colorado petrified mau will arrive n this city Thursday November 22od and be on exhibition. They shipped off two car-loads of Vic torias yesterday. Five hundred and fifty sold this season. dwtf The Mucatine Tribune says that for some time past the cities of Milwaukee, Rock Island and Davenport have been making great efforts to control the greater share of the trade along the Hoe of the southwestern railroad, through Iowa and Missouri, and all the roads in fact through Iowa, and they have succeeded to a large extent, according to their facilities Ambrose Shirley, an old res-i ieiit of Scott county, and one ot the oldest inhabitants of L'J Claire, died at his residence Mon day night of heart disease. Mr. Shirley wao a native of Kentucky. He moved to Rockingham, Scott county, iu 1840, and has resided in Iowa ever since. lie came to Le Claire in 1849. He was justice of the peace for nearly 50 years, and died holding the office. For 28 years 'Squire Shirley has been a resident of Le Claire and his death is the occasion of general regret. At the time of his death he was nearly 80 years old, His wife, who is a few months his senior, and four sons and four daughters survive him. Seware of Counterfeits. The Bankers' Association of New York has compiled a list of counterfeit bills that are new being freely circulated throughout the country. Tbe association condemns the (jfheers of the secret service depart ment for their inactivity in not breaking up the engravers and manufacturers o tho "queer." The following are the most prominent of the bills mentioned: New York city First National Bank, $50; Central, $100; Commercial, $20; Shoe and Leather, $20; Trademen's. $20; State of New York, $20 and $2; Mechanics $20, $10 and $2; St. Nicholas, $2. New York state First National ot Pulmyra $50 and $2; Tioga, of Oswego, $20 and $5; First, of Elmira. $100; City, of TTtica $20; Firemans' and Merchants'.of Buffalo, $10; Oneida, of Oneida, $20; City Nif tional. of Albany, $10; First National, ol Lockrtbrt, $10; Highland, of Newberg $10; National, of Peekskill, $10 and $2; City of Poughkeepsie, $10 and $5; First, ot Poughkeepsie, $10 and $5; Rochester Central, of Rochester, $10; Mutual, of Troy, $20 and $10; -First, of Whitehall, $10; Kiukerhook, of Kinderhook, $20; and also of the First National, of Penfield, N. J., $10; of the First National, ot Cin cinnati, $10 and $5; of the First National ot Chicago, $10 and $2. There are also other counterfeit bills on the Portland Providence,Boston and Philadelphia banks, There are $500 greenbacks, well designed also in circulation. The only peculiarity is in the picture ot Adams, the ears being much smaller than in the genuine bills, Of the denomination of $50 there are also some in circulation, but the paper is stiff ana dark. The Victoria has taken the first pre mium at the Dubuque, Des Moinea and J . I t i . i . , . oi. raui lairs us tne nest sott coal suit letUtT. Jt0r sa.e at David Don s. dwtf Disappointed and Mad. The Unim ia disappointed and very mad, and all because its pet candidate has been defeated, the candidate for , who it would have sacrificed every other can didate on its ticket. But then, Its feelings ought to be excused. It has been terribly disappointed. It didn't work for but two candidates Sturgeon and Crompton and the latter has been defeated. It would have sacrificed Sturgeon, also, to have beaten. Porter. It has charged Porter with being a thief; with being a member of a "ring" for buying up lands at the an nual tax sales, and what was its reward defeat, bitter, defeat. Mr. Porter was vindicated at the ballot box, and is now willing to Btand an investigation of the affairs of his office. Crompton, when he found he didn't '"have the trainers' vote in his pocket," charges fraud in Hampton and the Union takes the cry up and calls for an investigation and wants to go be hind the returns. The Union played this same game on Mr. Porter once before when he was first elected to the office. It induced John H. Cleland to contest his election and after a long fight the court so decided that Mr. Porter was honestly elected as everybody but Cleland and the Union believed before. The game of the Union is well known in its disappointment it wishes to "bleed" Mr. Porter, by compelling him to go into court and pay a large lawyer's bill, etc. The game woit work for Mr. Porter's friends will stand by him. as they know he has been honestly elected. This business of going behind the returns just suits the Union, but last fall it Ihought otherwise, and we believe the highest tribunal in the land decided with it the 8 to 7 fraud and conspiracy. A pretty picture is a healthy looking and well carf d for baby, By the use of Dr. Bull 8 Baby Syrup you can keep the health of your baby in splendid condition. 25 cents a bottle. Corrected Returns. The following is the result of the elec tion us far as we have been able to ascer tain. These figures are not the official but are probably correct, or so near as to as sure the result. There was a rumor last night that Buffalo Prairie and Drury had made such returns as would elect Capt- Tim oi by six, and this morning it was thought that he was elected bv four, this is probably incorrect. The following includes all of the townships excepting Buffalo Prairie, which for some reason cannot be obtained. Adams. Atwood. : : : t '. S St 2 w S o -' 5 -3 x aa -x i Torter. Crompton. ? Gunnell. ;- I J? Zi i Timm. 2- 2S52gS;8S S!3?&883 i Cook. Saa g- S 2 Stafford. OS 1 ft - C- C too X.,... 09 CC ie Oi 5- (i, Klrkpatri'k I rr i o ! fit 5 O --.' i- Sturgeon. Kramer. J r Morris, Q 6 w -i- x r -i ; -t x '. - - : s 9 O Harris. I 3 J5 e : Ag'st App. 6B For App'on The total vote of each candidate is as follows as far as the returns have been re ceived, and all are in except Buffalo Prairie, which always goes against the re publicans At the presidential election last fall this township gave 18 mcjority for Tilden. Blanding 1712 Adams 1842-130 Atwood 1191 Porter 18SG 44 Crompton 1842 Gunnell 1034 rimnj 1744 Cook 1809 C5 Sfofford 1189 Miss Kirkpatrick 1435 Sturgeon 2019-584 Kramer 1173 Morris 2275- 823 Harris 1452 Against appropriation 1131 For appropriation 120 Personal. Hon. E. C. Brearley, of Deadwood, in the Biack Hills, formerly of Jacksonville, this state, was in the city to day, en route to Washington. It is known that an effort is bting made to have congress organize a territorial government for the people of the latest El Dorado, and at a recent election in the Hills, Hon. E. C. Brearley was elected as their representative to look after their interests in the matter at Washington. He will first make a short visit to his father's house in Canton. Ill , und then proceed to the national capital. We would not be surprised if in the course of time, we should have occasion to refer to Gov. Brearley, of what arc you going to call that territory, anyway. Saw Mill Accident. . A boy named John Pinder had the first and end of the second finger taken off this forenoon while at work at the "rattling saw'" in Keator & Co's saw mill. Dr. Gregg dressed the fingers. The new iron bridge being erected over the river at Ashtabula to replace the structure that caused the terrible accident nearly a year since, is being rapidly put together, and will be completed within two weeks. The railroad company is using ' he utmost precautions to guard against further disaster, etery train being brought to a full stop before running on the new work, while a half dozen watchmen three of them bridgo experts are kept on the spot at night. The new bridge, when finished, will be thoroughly guarded, and it will probably not be the company'8 fault if trouble transpires at Ashtabula river in the future. At Wurzen, near Leipzig, 128 persons were lately made ill by taking diseased meat, which was traced to a farmer named Moeller. This iniquity has cost Mr Moeller the sum cf $4,500 in the shape of a fine. Two butchers, his accomplices, have had to pay $1,500. ? a,a-Ti n 3 & c'B o ri S Q ir 3 2.o:r2.-.f'o!K: oo NOTES HEBE AND THERE. Pay yonr water rent The country roads ire in a very bad Condition. . Capt I. Huber bought four car loads of barley for his brewery to-day. f Drizzice rain and very disagreeable day for those who have business outside. J. S. Gilmore will commence buying hogs next week, and the week after will begin slaughtering. School will commence next Monday in the new school building on the "sunny side ot tne elougb. Pay day on the Western Union road to day and the paymaster's force stopped at the Harper House. Crompton must have had a pretty Urge holo in his pocket. Thope miner's votes couldn't be found- A good many people went to bed last night and dreamed of a sleigh ride to-day but when they awoke this morning the snow had vanished like the dream. The Hampton fiddlers' last "call" was "seat your partners my fiddle's bust ed." He haB now joined with the Union and they are trying to get up another dance. A grand temperance ball will be given in Mueller s Hall in Coal Valley on Mon day evening, the 19th. The Coal Valley Band will t'uroish the music Tickets $2, including supper. Wm. Rinck, cor. 7th avenue and 14i street, has just cut one of the finest and largest Schweitzer cheese, in this market it only measures 33i inches in diameter. and weighs 147 i lbs. Chas. Warden, the independent-dem ocratic candidate tor county clerk in Mer cer couoty, was elected by nearly 500 majority over E. C. Homprey, the regular republican nominee. Miss Frazier was also elected. It is said the Hampton fiddler mort gaged his blacksmith shop to get money to pay tbe expenses of tbe late campaign tie tad better stop now Detore he is ruined altogether. The Union will stick to him as long as he has a cent left. The annual meeting of the Congrega tiona! woman 8 board ot missions is now beintr held in the Congregational church over the river. A number JJof delegates are present from this city, Moline, and other places in this vicinity. Seven boys were up before Justice llayden yesterday afternoon, for bulldoz ing aopther boy. They all plead guilty and were fined $5 each and costs, but after payiog the latter were discharged and the tine will not be collected during good behavior. The militia law passed by the last general assembly provides that citizens serving in the state militia shall be exempt from ail road tax and other poll tax, 1 test the question whether the exemption also extended to street tax in cities. Col Barkiey, of tbe 5th regiment, refused to pay street tax in Springticld, and arranged to be sued therefor, before the justice The suit was decided Monday against Barkiey, for $3 tax and costs. Appeal was made to the couoty court, and the case will go to the supreme court. TES APPELLATE COURT. notice ot the Opeuingr ox the x irat Term fcr the Third District. ine turd appellate court district in eludes all the counties of the central gran division of the supreme court, und the fol lowing notice, issued on Tuesday by Hon. E. C. Hamburger, clerk of the hupretue and appellate courts, will be of interest to lawyers and litigants in the district: "I am directed by the iudges of the ap pellate court of the Third district to notify members of the bar that the call of the docket will commence on Thursday of the first week of the term, aud continue at the rate of,twenty cases each day, and that oral arguments on printed abstracts and briefs will be expected. The thirty second rule of the supreme court (55th Illinois re ports),which requires thecall to commence the second wetk and progress at the rate of twenty cases per day, is found to be iujprac icabl'e, as it would take too much time, inasmuch as the supreme court meets in January and the tiuxi for- filing briefs and replies utider the rule would extend the term cf the appellate court into the January term of the supreme court. Therefore, the judges deem it proper to commence the call the first week on Thurs day. 1 may add, further, that the briefs and abstracts should be filed promptly on time, so that the cases may be heard in their regular order," The table of dates and numbers, which the clerk also publishes, shows that the term begins on Nov. 20, and that the call of the docket begins on the 22c One of the easiest things to catch, and at the same time one of the most difficult to get rid of, is a cough or cold. Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, however, always proves equal to the emergency. A remedy that will cure heart disease is sure to become popular, especially when it is considered reliable. The disease is con sidered incurable but Frank E. Ingalls, proprietor of Dr. Graves' "Heart Regu lator, "claims that it can be and guarantees a cure troni tne use ot nis meaicme. it is said to be a'superior remedial agent for this peculiar disease and cures art guar anteed in the most obstinate cases. Mr. Ingal s claims to have effected cures where physicians have failed to afford relief. For full information see advertisement in this issue of The Argus. Think of iTl Is it worth while,we ask. to have the little pleasure we would other wise enjoy marred by an uupleasant if not dangerous cough, when a single 25 cent bottle oi that justlv popular remedy. Madame Porter Cough Baliam, will effect a cure? It is safe and pleasant. All druggists sell it Ruckel & Hendel, proprietors, New York City. The "Bone and Sinew" Of our country have often especially about election time been made the sub ject of laudation; but when those useful parts of the human structure become too visible in consequence of leanness, they can scarcely be called graceful. The eye delights not to dwell, upon angles and ridges in either man or woman. Moreover, extreme emaciation is a sign of imperfect digestion and consequent poverty of the blood. Both these evils are remedied by Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, which ren der digestion! an assimiliation certaintie;, in consequence of which the blood acquires richness and the body substance. Thus are the hollow places filled up and the angles rounded off. Through the in strumentality of this peerless aid to di gestion and promoter of physicial well being, the body rapidly gains in vigor, color returns to the hollow cheek, the appetite improves, nervous symptoms vanish, and a healthful impetus is given to every vital function. Parties wanting the best soft coal self feeder! ehould buy the Victoria, It's the heaviest and best made. At David Don's, second ayenue. dwtt STOVES. sa H C3 ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Sale. A good family horse and bnggy. For farther particulars call at this otnee. 20 -dtt Howe's concentrated syrup, the great blood purifier, and ague cure and tonic bitters, can be had of Ben gs ton and i nomas. The Colonnade Hotel, Philadelphia, ia model establishment. It is superb in both style and appointment and its table and service cannot be excelled. Dr. Sabine's "Indian Vegetable Cough Syrup" is the infallible remedy tor coughs. colds, hoarsenpss, au 1 all diseases of the i tronchial organs. Try a bottle. For sale by druggists eenerally. 6-4dly. Please remember that Lodille's Head ache Specific prevents as well as cures headache Price 50 coots. Durangs Rheumatic RfMdy is taken internally and cures without fail. Sold by all drueg sts in Knelt islaud and Moline. Indorsed bv the Medina! Fratpvnitv popular in every circle, found everywhere. Glenn's Sulphur Soap is undoubtedly the most popular rurifier, rr medy for skin dis eases and injuries, ana complexional heau liner in America, nolil ny all urutgists. Hill's Hair and Whisker Dye, Black or tsrown, OOo. -a- Popular illustrated book (260 pages) on MANHOOD I WOMANHOOD! MARRIAGE! impediments to Marriage; the cause and eure. Sent securely sealed, oost-paid. for 50 cents, by Da. C. W hither, 617 St. Charles street, St. Louis, Mo., the great specialist, liead nis work. Mcrrx & Lanman's Florida Water. The richest, most lasting, yet most deli cate of all perfumes for use on the hand kerchief, at 'he 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. Lautnan & Kemp, New Vork. For sale by I'ertumers, Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers. PAZZOXl'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 ana beauty ot tho hair. Retains the hair in any desired form. Prevents the hair from turning grey. Prevents and entirely eradicates dandrnff IlpnU nimnlea nnA Keeps tne head delightfully cool. The nair becomes ncn, sou and glossy, fectly clean and will not soil the hat. Per Pos Besses an exquisite iragrance. ami as a dress'mg has uo equal. Price 50 cents and $1 per bottle, Sold by ail druggists. A Sure Thing. Dr. Hunter's Specific and Injection No. 1 are warranted to cure the Gonnorhoea, Gleet,Chordee,Strictures, disease of tho kidueys. bladder and urinary organs ot males and females. Dr. Hunter's Specific No. 2 is a eure remedy for the Spermatorrhoea, Seminal weakness, nishtly emissions, the loss of power, caused by self-abuse or excessive indulgence. Price of Dr.Hunter's Specific, $2 per bottle; Injection, $1 per bottle. Sent everywhere by express. Dr. J. Dinnbeer, sole proprietor. No. 508. North Seventh street, St. Louis, Mo. Send two stamps for treatise. Cure guaranteed or money refunded. Dr. Dinebeer will treat all chromic diseases, and furnish medicines for less money than any other physician in St. Louis. Write or call. For sale by al druggists, 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 in 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 aa a soy ereign remedy for other of those ills afflict humanity. , Tho typo of disease to which it is remedial is a broad one, and its mani festations are legion, but it may be started m general terms that ail diseases of thr. unuaiy urgauB, wueiaer caused py oiimae irregularity, or self-generated, 8ubnv's once to the operation of its power, elm bold s Buchn for all such complaip'ta ia the result of long research, and is a&nowledg ed superior to &U other preparations. (frl STOVES. iCHAMPION BASE BURNER! Mar well be called tie KING OF mi mm MONITOR COOK STOVE Acknowledged to be the (best there U stie, for Ecoiomj, Durability aud It will Bake asd Cock other took Stove in the For Sale by Star BAKING Absolutely Pure. Manufactured with tpeci.l reference to supply the. demand for a uniformly cure and reliable article ?at up full weight, and contains the exact strength of a pure baking powder. Mado from Standard Grape Crura t artar, ig five from any injurious substance, and perfectly wholesome Every Groter who sells it is authorized to guarantee it in every respect to cne:omcrs. HORSE GLOBE HORSE SHOE NAILS i SUPERIOR TO ANYTHING ELSE IN THE MARKET! y Medal and the following Eeport received at the Ceutenaial Exposition Beceired the I Highest Award of any g-oods of tali class. . "Ao. 239. Globe Nail Co. Horse Shoe Nails, Pointed, Pointed- and linisfied. "The uniformity in size, smoothness of finish, hardness and tenacity of the Iron, closeness of fiber and excellence of the head and points; the tensile strength of body, and rivetine properties of these Nails, unite in making them of the very highest class of manufacture. Recommended for an award of merit." " DAMEL RTKINMETZ, Philadelphia, Chairman,! J V. IMBODKJi. Nichmond, Va . t CHARLES STAPLES, Portland, Maine, - j O. U REED, Clearfield, Penn., . f DAV. McHARDY, Aberdeen, Scotland. D. DIE t EN BACH, Germany. J These Nails are for sale by Leading Hardware Merchants. RUSTIC RUSTIC MOUFACTURIHG CO Y, V" 29 Futton Street,... niw rnmr 3F"Mention this paper. "WHITE STANDARD WHITE COERODERS Aim MANUFACTURERS OF STRICTLY PURE ffi'f E LEiD Red Lead, Or ange Mineral, Potters' Lead, Zinc Paint, Putty and Colors. a. ; ""TXrk iff wmm- ..m Awarded he GOLD MED All PREMIUM. Nov. by the Pittsburgh Tradesmen's Industrial Ins tate, over all competitor for the bKSi WHITE LEAD. g2SOor Price is a low a that of any otne torroder. Obdbrs Soucimd. Office, No. 44 Fifth Aveuue, adjoining Kxchange National PITTSBURGH r PKSN. 1 For Sale by T. H. Tkomat, Rook Isl&nd; &n.d C Piper, Moline. For It received THE FISST AT THE LAST COUNTY FAIR OVEB ALL OTHERS. 250 OF THEM Were Sold In this City laai Season by FRED. HASS, IN STAE BLOCK, " Opp. Harper House. WHO ALSO KEEP Geircrai Scad Qualities. with 1-3 les fael than any market. FRED HASS, Block, opposite Harper House. POWDER. BAKING POWDER NAILS, Judges Group,, XV. WORK. WORK! Hanging Baskets, Rustic Settees, Rustic Chairs, Vases, Bird Honses.Standi Summer Houses and Rustic Fences. . DeSigns of all descriptions manufactured and for sale. PRICES OP HANGING BASKETS. ' tSThii Hanging Basket in 5 sizes, 8, 9tf, lltf, 13 and 15 in. in. diameter ; 75c ; $1.00 ; $1.50 ; $2.03 ; $2 30. Sent by express to any part of the U. S., on. receipt of price. Send stamp for Illustrated Catalogue. LEA.D. LEAD WOHKSi Ml. i .