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SaturSty. December 89. 1S77. EALWAXS BE2IEDIES. JEtL. EL. lES.' EADWAY'S READY RELIEF CURES THE WORSTJPAINS In from One" to Twenty Minutes. NOT ONE HOUR fter reading th.s advertisement need any one SUFFER WITH FAIN READY 13 A CURE FOR EVERY PAIN. It was the Unit and Is THE ONLY PAIN REMEDY Itiit Instantly atopM(be moot excruciating palm allays Inflammations, and cures Congestions whether ot the Lungs, Stomach, Bowels or otuur rluntla or organs, by one application IN FROM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES, no mutter how violent or excruciating the pain, the Khuumatlc, Bed-Ridden, Infirm, Crippled, Nervous Neuralgic or prostrated with disease may suffer, raoM tee hoithu2low weed indorsing: PR. RVDWAY'S r. r. r. REMEDIES, AfTEA tJSINtt TUSM TOU BKVIRAL YIAUS. New York, Jan. 4, 1877. DkarSir: Having lor several years used your medicines, doiibtimrlv at fi rat. but after experienc 1 iivt their efllcacy with fall oouOdcnce, It Is no less a pleasure thaa a duty to thankfully acknowledge thu advantage we have derived from them. The Dills are retorted to as otter as occasion require. and always with the desired effect. The Ready Relief cannot be better described than it is by its name. We annlv the liniment frequently and free ly, almost Invariably finding the promised "Keller' Truly yours, (signed) TUURLOW WEED. Dr. RiuwiT. Radway's Beady Relief WILL AFFORD INSTANT EASE. anamination of the Kidneys, Inflammation of the Bladder, Innaminatton or tne Bowels, I'onges tlon of the Lungs, Sore Throat, Dllllcult Breathing, Palpitation of the Heart, Hysterics, Croup, Dipthorla. Ca tarrh. Influenza, Headache, Toothache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Cold Chills Aetie Chills. Ths "application of tho Ready Relief to the part or parts where the pain or difficulty exists wil fnrd euso and comfort. Twenty drops In half a tumbler of water will In a few miuutes cure Cramps, Sprains, Sour Stomach Heartburn, Sick Ueadache, Dlarrhcva, Dysentery, Oolle, Wind lu the Bowels, and all Internal Pains. Travelers should always carry a bottle of RAD WAY 8 READY RELIEF with them. A few drops, in water will prevent sickness or oalns from chance of water. It is bettor than French Brandy or Blt- rs as a stimulant. FEVER & AGUE fever and Ague enre? for fifty cents. There is not a remedial agent in the world that will cure fever and ague, and all other malarious, billons, scarlet, typhoid, yellow and other fevers (aided by Kadway's l'ill)so o, nick as Radway's Ready Relief. Fifty cents pur bottle. HEALTH fBEAUTY I Strong and Pure, Rich Blood Increase of Flesh and Weight Clear Skin and Beautiful Complexion Secured to all. DR. RADWAY'S SarsapariSlian KesolTcnt Tlasraadatbc most astonishing Cures; so quick, so rapid are t tie changes of the bod) undergoes nnder th Influence of this truly wonderful med icine that Every Day an Increase of Flesh and Weight ia Seen and Felt. The Great Blood Purifier. Every Drop of the SARSAPARILLIAN RESOL VtCNT communicates through the liluod, Sweat, Urine, and other fluids and juices of the system the Vigor of Life, for it repairs the wastes of'the body with new and sound material. Scrofula, Syphilid Consumption, Glandular Diseases, Ulcers in 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, Ring Worm, Salt Rheum, Erysipolus. Acne, Black Spots. Worms lu tne t'lesu. Tumors, uanrers in tne Womb, and all Weakening and Painful Discharges. Niirht Sweats, Loss of Sperm and all Wastes of the Life Principle, are within the curative range of this wonder of Modern Chemistry, and a few davs use will prove to any person using it for either of these lurms ot disease its potent power to cure them if the patient, dully becoming reduced by the wastes and decomposition tnat are continually pro pressing succeeds in arresting these wastes, aud repairs the same with new material made from healthy blood and this too SARSAPARILLIAN will anil does secure a cure is certain; for when once this remedy commences its work of purities tion.and succeeds in diminishing the loss of wastes Its repairs will be rapid, and every day the patient win reel inmscii erowine better ana stronger, tne food digesting better, appetite Improving, aud Utah and weight Increasing. Not only does thu Sxnsj.rxnai.iAS Resolvent r.xcel all remedial agents in the Cure of chronic. Scrofulous, Constitutional and Skiu Diseases, but It Is tne only posltlvu cure for Kidney and Bladder Complaints, Urinary and Womb Diseases, Gravel, Diabetes, Dropsy, Sfoppaire of Water.Incontluuance of Urine, Hi l'tit s Disease, Albuminuria, and in all cases wberu there are brick-dust deposits, or the water is thick, cloudy, mixed with substances like the white of an egu, or threads like white silk, or there Is a morbid, dark, bilious appearance, and white bone- dust deposits, and wneu there Is a prtcKlng, bum lug sensation wheu passing water, and Paiu in the Siuull ol ttie Back aud along the Louis. Tumor of 12 Yearn Growth Cured Radway's Resolvent. ly Bevehit, Mass., July 18, liM!). Dn. IUdwat: I have had Ovarian Tamor In the ovaries and bowels. All the doctors said "there was no help for it." I tried everything that wm recommended, but nothing helped me. i saw your insolvent, aud tri on kiit i would try it; nut bad no lailli in it, necausr 1 nod sultercd lor twulve years I took six bottles of the Resolvent and one box of Radway's Pills, and two bottles of your Ready Re lie) ; aud there is not a sign of tumor to be seen or feit. and 1 feel better, smarter and happier than I have for twelve yearn. 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 il u you cuoosu. u&.nu r. Ju.iNA.rp, PRICE, $1 TER BOTTLE. AN IMPORTANT LETTER. Akn, Arbob, Mich., April 30, 1H75. Dn. Radwat Kind ttir: I have been taking your iiesoiveni, Jtcgmaung mis, ana also using tui R'jiidy Relief about one year for ovarian tumors on thu abdomen whict he mos imminent physicians of our meuicai (jonei .pronouueed incurable. They were like kiots on a tree. When I was sit ing lu a chnir thej hung almost to the lloor, und my weight was 1175 pounds when I commenced with your remedies, and now it is U10 pounds, but tliey ure not mi gone yet. i nave tUKcn twenty -four boi ties of Resolvent, nine of Relief, and twenty-four boxes oi rills, l get the medicine from G. Gren vill. Please scud luu your beok "False and True. MRS. C. KRAPF. Another Letter from Mrs. C. Kropf. AlTQl'ST 18. 1875. Dn. Radwat Kind Sir: I tuke the liberty to ad dress you again. My health is prcatly Improved by the use of your medicines. Three of the tumors re ntlrly gone, and the foflrth is nearly so, uropsy is gone, neaitn. still improving, aud my weight decreasing evry fast. I have had a grcut iiiuuy cnim mis summer to inquire of the wonder fill cure your medicine has done for me, one from Ohio, oue from Canada, three from Jackson, and qnue a nnuiDcr from this place. Yours with re MRS. C. KRAFF Yv e ore well acquainted with Mrs. Krapf. She is an estimable lady, and vury benevolent. Shr has uecn tue means o solllni; manv bottles of the It.; solvent by the drugLMsts or Ann Arbor to persons Blllicted with internal tnmom. We have heard of some wonueriui cures tllected by it, Y'ours re specuuiiy, iBEliUAOn & CO, Ann Arbor. Mich., Aug. 18, 1S75. "Or. j a, cl av thy ' &j REGULATING PILLS purtBCf.y tasteless. fceleirantly coated with sweet gum, purge, regulate, purify, cleanse, and strentrh ou. Radway's Pills, for the cure of all disorders of the Stouiaeli, Liver, Bowels, Kidneys, Bladder, Nervous Diseases, lleuduclie, Constipation, Costive noes. Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Bilious Fever, Inllainmation of the Bowels, Piles, and all Derangements of the Internal Viscera. Warranted lo eU'uct a positive cure. Purely Vegetable, con taining no mercury, minerals or deleterious druirs. ftr Observe tho following symptoms resultiug from disorders of the Digestive Organs. Cousilputiou, Inward piles. Fullness of the Blood In the Head, Acidity of tho Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust of Food, Fullness of Weight In the Stomach, Sour Eruptions, Sinking or Flutter Ings in the Pit of the Stomach. Swiminlng of the Head, Hurried and DtUlcult Breathing, Flutterings t the Heart, Choking or Suffocating Sensation when lu a Lying Posture, Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs before the Sight, Fever aud Dull Pain in tho Head, Deficiency of Persplratlou, Yellowness of the skin and Eyes, Puin In the Side, Chest, Limbs, and sudden Flushes of Heat Burning in the Flesh A few Toses of MAIIWAV'8 PILLiJwIll free the system from all tho above named disorders. Price 5 cents per box, Sold by druggists. Read "FALSE iND.TRUE." Rend one letter-stamp to RADWAVfA CO., No 82 wY",n' Wew Ymk- In-ormaUon worth tana ancU will Im tent too. SOCK XSLAHD,. CITY. It will pay to keep your IIaroeS in good condition. Use Frank Miller a Prepared Harness OiL , ." The largest, most complete and best assorted stock of jewelry in the three cities, at hard pan prices, at Epstein's. The Colonnade Hotel, Philadelphia, 13 a model establishment It is superb in both etyle and appointment and its table and service cannot be excelled. Heart Disease has grown to an alarming extent Dr. Graves Heart Regulator will cure it. See advertisement on second page. Parmenter & Haas, Lawyers, loan money on real estate and attend to Ger man business. Room 13, Post office block, Kock Island. 10-20d-stw0m Dr. Sabine's "Indian "Vegetable Cough Syrup" is the infallible remedy for coughs. colds, hoarseness, and all diseases of the bronchial organs. Try a bottle. For sale by druggis.ts generally. 6-4dly. Baker, the popular jeweler in Buford's block.lhas the finest line of jewelry for the holidays in tbo city, lie guarantees his goods to be just as represented. Don t buy till you have examined his stock. d3t Churchman's baking powder is the cheapest and best in the market Is not affected by the atmosphere. Retains its leavening power tor hours atter mixing. Guaranteed Btrictly pure. Every grocer sells it; take no other. 12-15d6m Common Colds. Lvery one is prac tioally familiar with common colds. The chillnoss and shivering, the dullness and languor, the soreness of the throat, pain in the head, and stulted nostrils. We would recommend a timely use of Madame Por- ter s Curative Louah Balsam. A sate, reliable, and pleasant remedy. Full di rections on each bottle, Small bottles 25 cents. Trre Prophet Mohammed in.his Koran describes one particular hell set aside for dishonest merchants, etc Short weight is one of tha most pronounced of present frauds, and Mohammed's hell is likely to have many occupants. But you may be sure of this, that you get absolutely fu weight and the best material in Dooley' Yeast Powder. The WeatnerTo-Day. The following shows the temperature at The Argus Uffici to-day as in dicated bv thermometer: 7 a. n. -40 above aero! Hp. m 43 above acre 9 a. m. - 8 p. u. 4i Personal. A.Bambcrgcr, formerly a merchant in this city, but now of Chicago, is at tne Ilarperlllouse. J. IIaas.book keeper for A. Bamberger, of Chicago, is registered at the Harper House. Ben. T. Cable, general freight agent of the Mercer county, R. R., has gone to New York and perhaps to Florida, where ho will take a three months sojourn for the benefit of his health. Col. Macomb and family leave for their new home in Philadelphia early next week. ! Geo. F. Evans, private secretary to Col. Macomb will accompany the colonel to Philadelphia. Religions. The services in the Christian chapel to morrow at the usual hours of 10:45 A. M., and 7 P. M. Preaching by the f pastor on the following subjects: "And Lot pitched bis tent toward Sodom," and "The com pletion of Christ s earthly mission. A cordial invitation is given to ail. Broadway Presbyterian church services by the Pastor, T, Hench, at 10.43 A. M. and 7.50. r. M. Will all the ministers of the city be present at the ministers meeting. iMonday at 2r. M. at the Broadway church to make arrangemenents for the week of prayer. Don't forget to select your New Years presents at Epstein's. -v Zs He Responsible? Last full when the workincmcn's parry candidateswere swellinground the coua ty and trying to look large, they induced a man named Barlow to come to this office and order some banners printed for Judge Atwood. Will Mr. Atwood please call and settle? Or docs his party wish to re pudiate after having the benefit of our work? Don't disgrace your new party. Show your qualification for judge by pay ing this office what your party justly owes. Tho man who ordered the work said you would bo responsible for tthe bill, and now it appears you repudiate. Is this a plank in your platform? DcsiriDg to close out as nearly as possible the holiday stock, I will sell watches, jewelry, rings, silver and silver plated ware, etc., etc., at lower prices than ever. If you want genuine bargains in first class goods, don't fail to visit Epstein, Star block, Rock Island. Vers Good. There is a movement on foot in Daven port in connection with the blue-ribbon moveuient (hat may work and then acaio there may be some objection to it. It is to induce the fair dames and damsels, who keep open house on that day, to provide themselves with a goodly supply of blue ribbon and see how many converts to tem perance they can send on their way rejoic ing on that day of all others, except, perhaps the day after, most sacredly consecrated to good resolutions. Just think of it, boys a pair of bright eyeB looking up into yours while delicate fingers tie you with a pretty blue ribbon 1 Yum, yum! Let's tuke take 'sumthin'." Valuable Eoofcs from the Government Received by the Library. The library has recently received some 15 largo volumes, besides a number of pamphlets, embracing the information con tained in the governmental surveys of new states and territories in the west. The most valuable are three large volumes from Lieut. Geo. M. W'heeler, of the engineer corps on zoology, with beautiful colored plates of the birds, insects and reptiles of the territory embraced in the surveys, with a full and minute description of each variety on paleontology, in which are pic tured and described all tho wealth of of ancient fossil life unearthed by Professor Marsh, and others. , On Geology, ia which the varied and in teresting geological features of the moun tain regions of the far west are graphically set forth. . -Printing and binding executed nea quick and cheap at Tux A&aug Qrocs. NOTES KERB AND THERE. Scarlet fever is raging in Frceport Rockford is proud of its daily Register. And now Joliet is af&ictedlwith. red ribbon. ,,: ' Sterling has a temperance dramatic society. : The new Rockford court house will cost $211,000. The great storm from the west is ex pected tonight The editor ot the Geneseo - Republic was m the city yesterday. -Rock Island county farmers have been sowing wheat this week. Dixon will hold a public meeting New Years day to discuss the "silver question." Notwithstanding the large hay crop, the best timothy sold for $10 in Davenport to day. The Philadelphia Bulletin asks if Baptists are more liable to dip-theory than other people 7 -The C. B. & Q. R. R, shops at Aurora employ 1,100, men and pay them over$50,000 monthly. Davenport now numbers over a thous and blue ribbon wearers 70 new ones last l . .11 f . - - TT ; nigm ail irom ease oi narnsoa street. Look out tor counterfeit $5 bills on the First National Bank of Hanover, Pa, They are all numbered 187, and bear the date February 20, 1864. Hold on. here is somethmfir new. The Dixon Sun says RockfBrd is holding garter sociables. . The otta doesn t state how they work it Albert Wells, collector of Hampton has filed hie bond with the county clerk. It is in the penal sum of $22,000. S Hcagy and A. R. Stoddard are sureties. liob Ingersol wants to lecture in Davenport This is the gentleman who becamo famous after the Cincinnati con vention by a few remarks made at that time. Some men are born great, etc .While the First Methodist people of Davenport were praying for wicked people on Thursday evening, the wicked people preyed on their hats,wrapping and rubbers in the vestible. The wicked people are ahead at last accounts. Wm. Felter. a student in the Daven port business college, felt bad because his love discarded him, so in desperation he forged . an order on his father for a new suit of clothes and got into jail last Mon day. The old gent came and let him out yesterday. What does it mean twelve applica tions for divorce at the January term of the county court. Uaettc. How could Tillinghast be expected to know, he is not a married man, though he expects to be. Don't let those 12 applica tions scare you, Ben. The Chicago Tribune of yesterday gays that a change in the management of the Canada Southern Kailway, will take place on the first of the year. Mr. Geo. Skinner, formerly of this city, and gen eral superintendent of the old R., R. I. & ot. L. li. h.. is mentioned for the position oi general manager. All that have onoe used it pronounce Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup the best medicine known for the complaints of early child hood. 25 cents per bottle. The Silver Question. Already large and eDthusiasticJmeetingi have been held at Chicago and other cities in this state, and in Dixon and still ether cities meetings have been already an nounced to take place, all tor the purpose of giving expression to the sentiments of the people in regard to the silver question, and to ask congressional action as to speedy and effectual renionetization of silver. it has been suggested by a number of prominent citizens oi our city tnat it would be proper, and perhaps influential in some degree with our Congressman, to hold a meeting hare. The project appears to us a good one.and if the Board of Trada would take tLe initatory.ar.d call a meeting of Citizens of all parties who are favorable to the renionetization of silver to meet at an early day, we havj no doubt H would be largely and favorably responded to. The delegation in congress from this state is said to be mostly in favor of Buch a measure, and it would ba well for the people to give strength and support to their representatives by public expressions of this kind. Watches, charms, lockets, necklaces, nngs.charms.tea sets, silver ware,novelties etc., at bed rock prices until January 1, at Epsteins, Btar islock, liock Island. Travesty of Someo and Juliet. The Athletic Club of this city will give two performances, viz: Thursday and Frl day evening next, Jan. 3d and 4th. The travesty will be in the words and actiug the costumes are all new and elegant and the play genuine. New scenes have been made for the play and the costumes are made expressly for it in New York. The musical management is in charge of Prof. bt. Clair, which is assurance enough that that part of it will be thorough. The chorus is composed of T. M. Biddison Orrin Holt, R. C. noyt, J. Madicon Rey nolds, J. F. Robinson, J. M. Schenck, II L Hodge?, C. K. Kixter, S; M. Findley, Joseph T. Kline. The cast is as follows: Romeo L, G. Andrews Juliet J. K. Cook Mercuito D. F. Heath Tybolt J. M. Bulkley Lapulet Joseph (iaskel Apothecary A. S, Dart Nurse C. W. Durham r riar Lawrence F. H. Plummer Rumor. J. M. Schenck Tickets for reserved seats at Wylie & McCune's. Criminal. Chris Talberg concluded that cold weather was corning last evening and ac cordindy prepared for it by providing hkn self with a pair of shoes which happened to be lying in front of Kelly & Reticker'i shoe Btore.neglecting to make any arrange ments with the owners as to payment, He was arrested by Officers Brennan and Feely and assigned quarters in the jail fo the night. Kelly & Retecker got their shoes and refused to prosecute, so Talberg plead guilty to a plain diunk and was fined $5 by Justice Cropper. 'Paid and dis charged." Epstein won't be undersold and defies competitors to sell watches, jewelry, etc, at as low .figures as he can for the same grade of goods. Masonic. Public Installation and Reception, by Trio Lodge No. 57, A. F. & A. M., on Monday evening, next, Deo. 3lst. All members of the Order and their families are fraternally invited. The Installation ceremonies will commence promptly at 8 o'clock. , MoiiHSTE: ASGUS HEADQUABTEE.S -2IOLI3UE, Rich Anns & Sohrbijcx's Drug and Book Store opposite t iret .National uanit, wnere ail ora en- can De leu tor tne abous, ana wnere an jiounc i business is transacted by 6. J. Beardaiee. Busi- ness notices should be handed in by noon to cn- ,: JS-Bulk oysters at Nason & Jewett s. 1 ESJTurkey dinner at Pierce Bros.' to- morrow. ISrSociablc at tho Lutheran church this evening. &Cigara, tobacco, candy, cuts and toys at Hannecke's. ; SSTEd. Seikman's owl predicted cold weather this morning. tsy-Ladies's Rubbers, 50c. at the City Boot and Shoe Parlor. igyA few loads of hay and corn ap peared upon our streets to-day. Buy the "Best" flour,at Wheelock's. lest brand in the market JSSFDan. W. Gould went to Cambridge yesterday. He is expected home to-day. lFora quiet game on the best of ; tables, go to the Temperance Billiard Hall, JSQfMen's AlexisIShoes, $1.75, at the City Boot and fehoe Parlor. Jj-Rev. LinSeld's health is better, but he will rest from his labors for a week or two. Bk&MTS. Lt. U. iirewer and ber son Fred, well known as old residents here,are in the city visiting friends. J?Mr. Henry Hammerrecb, aged 18 years,died of Typhoid fever at his father's residence on r ark street,at 2 o clock this A. si. r uneral to-morrow. agS-Tho tables at the Temperance Billiard Hall are kept busy every hour of the dav. JESi-Fresh ovsters in anv auantitv at ?ierce Bros.' JKsTSee the low prices on winter goods at the City Boot and Shoe Parlor, JSSfThe slight change in the atmos phere this morning somewhat revived business in clothing and shoe stores, JBThe M. E. and Congregational pulpits will be occupied by their regular pastors to-morrow morning and evening. ISsyLadies' French Kid Button Shoes, $2.00, at the (Jity Uoot and choe l'arlor, SSyConsiderable rock will have to be blasted out in laying the gas pipe on Lynda street. fi"Mr. Beni. Wyld remains very sick. 1 here is little hope of his recovery. J6"Go to Nason & Jewett'a for the best cigars, S&'For the past 30 days Fisk & Co have been selling one ball fringes much below their neighbors pretentious low quotations. fiaFNothing like those English Walking Shoes at the City coot and Shoe rarlor. fiSTRev. L. B. Kent will preach at the Baptist church to-morrow morning, In the evening there will be no preaching and, probably, no service of any kind B-A party of H. F. Thomas' friends uni un la llamntfln to najr him a vimt vesterdav. He is slowly regaining his health. fiS?"Three tramps put up in the cala boose last nicht. One of them hailed from Denmark, one from Switzerland and one from Bohemia. EsyThe boss place to have a pair of nice Shoes made is at the City Bcot and Shoe parlor, fiST' Although Hannecke haa added toys to his business, he still stands at the head of the cigar trade. g?J. S. Buck will keep open house to morrow as well as JNew lears, and his cigars cannot be heat anywhere. Call.you will get a hearty welcome. lUafTho Connecticut Mutual Life In surance Co., through their agenw b. T. Walker, paid to the widow ot tha late Charles Margraff, yesterday, the sum of $2,061. The poliay was for $2,000 upon which there wa9 a dividend of $61. SSJ-Ladies' Side-Lace Shoes, $1.00, at the City Boot and Shoe Parlor. All seasonable and fresh. g?"Why is it our cheap man is selling the Princess of Wales kid gloves now at $1.00 when he sold the same gloves at $1.35 to $1.50 at the timo he was agent for them? Did he swindle the people then? These goods he is now offering are the same gloves bought before the agency was taken away from him.. iMany were surprised to le&rn that the public schools would commence the middle of next week, instead of waiting until the first of the week after, as usual The reason for this is that the school year has been increased and it is necessary to economize in time, in order to get through before hot weather. You are missing a grand opportu nity to buy Boots and Shoes by not calling at the City Boot and Shoe Parlor. aTC. F, Hemenway has associated himself with Dan. W. Gould & Co., in the insurance business, and the firm name will hereafter bo Gould, Walker & Hemen way. It will be a staunch and reliable firm. &3-Tbe residents of Dublin's addition are complaining that there are five women inhabiting a house in that neighborhood and ask the police to remove them. The general interpretation of the law is tbat a person's house is his or her caBtle, and that the police nor any one else has a right to forcibly enter it without due process of law. 3Ed. Siekman, of the City Boot and Shoe Parlor, has just opened the finest line of Men's Silk Embroidered Slippers ever shown ia the three cities. Call on mm eariy it you aesire to make a nice present to some friend. Candies! Candies! Candies! The finest line of mixed candies in the city, at low prices; also a large assortment of fancy candies, cakes, oranges, nuts, raising dates, figs, etc., just received fresh for New leors, at Wbeelock s bakery, Main street. Call early and avoid the rush. Foreclosure of Chattel ICortgage. I will sell the following articles Monday, Dec. 31, at 2 v. m., at the rooms over Gould & Go's clothing store: Six feather pillows, 2 feather beds, 4 matresses, 9 bed quilts, 4 sheets, 3 bedsteads, 12 cane bottom chairs, 2 rocking chairs, a lot of ingrain, hemp and rag carpets, 1 wash stand, 1 bureau, 1 what-not, 2 toilet stands, 2 lounges, 3 looking glasses, 12 chromos and oil paintings, 1 heating stove, 1 worsted wreath and frame, 1 Grover & Baker sewing machine, 1 clock, 1 parlor lamp, 9 table cloths and numberless other small articles. E, A. Mates, Constable, 28d2t 1 have used Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup and found it the best cough remedy I ever tried. IP. P. Clarke, 920 Walnut street, Philadelphia, November 27,1875, Important to Feesons Visiting New Yoejc. One of the best kept and most conveinient Hotels for Merchants and others to stop at when in New York is the Grand Union Hotel, nearly opposite the Grand Central Depot, kept on the Euro pean plan you therefore only pay for what you get. Everything is first class, and prices moderate, adapted to the string ency of the times, You eave the expense of carriage hire, and by leaving your bag gage check on the counter of the Hotel, your baggage will be delivered in your rooms, fifteens minutes after the arrival of the cars, free of expense. We advise you to give the Grand Union a trial, Xnrestiffate the Syndicate In the Argus' issue of yesterday we published a communication from Washing ton to the Cincinnati Enquirer, containing an allegation against Secretary Sherman in . . .--,! .r t mot v.Aa nA his management ot the 4 per eent bonds and rplatinna ujitri iha Rrndicate. which if true, euner in a general or special cense, is deserving of immediate attention on the part of Congress. We quote from the St. Louis Republican in regard to the matter, which coincides with the opinion we have expressed. A serious charge has been made against Secretary Sherman by the Washington cor respondent of the Cincinnati M-nquirer, in the telegram republished by the Republi can, stating that he has refused offers from reputable and responsible bankers to take the whole of the 4-per-cent bonds at par. If there is any trustworthy information indicating the possibility of this statement being true, congress should proceed at once to investigate the matter. Indeed, it has heretofore been so plain that Mr. Sherman has. at lnast. nnr, d.irm all that he micht do forwarrlirxr this negotiation that the i?e- publican has several times called on the house to take up the syndicate business and thoroughly ventilateit. Unfortunately, the previous record of the chairman of that one house committee to which we must look for such an inquiry has not been such as to justify much hope that he will take heed of the matter. Mr. rernando Wood s nnan cial propositions have heretofore been so uniformly satisfactory to the syndicate that it is hardly likely he can ever dream of there being anything wrong in their opera tions. There is no cooler or more comfortable hotel in Boston than the favorite American House, on Hanover street. It is centrally Iocated.tmost perfectly ventilated and is altogether the best place to stop at. BASINS P0WDEE. B B a 5- 2 E a B n I o a p. IS. B C3 p n a "4 2 p. ANNOUNCEMENTS. lne celebrated reona show cases cheaper than any other in the market. Quality guaranted. Workmanship un surpassed. Roh't G.Lutke, manufacturer, Peoria, Ills., Held Bros., agents, Rock Island, Ills. 5- lOdly Headache yields quickly to Lodilles Headache Specific It is harmless as pure water but cures headache ia from 5 to 20 minutes. Costs 50 cents. Lurang s uneumatic ivemedy cures rheumatism permanently. Sold by a druggists in Rock Island and elsewhere, Pm-sjouNs are Amazed, Patients delighted, the doubtful silenced, and a who have eyes to see, or ears to hear,more than satisfied by the absolute certainty With Which HALES HONEY OF 1JOHE itoukd and tar cures Coughs, Colds Hoarseness, and every affection ef th lungs and throat, tending to Consumption tikes 4.ootnacne uropscure m one minute. Sold by ail Druggists. The Glory of Woxan is a fine set teeth as well as a fine head of hair. How the enameglistens after a good brushing with iragrant fcozodont iNothms destruct ive to the te6th can exist on the surface or at the roots, if this vegetable antidote to corrosion is duly applied. Spalding s Glue will mend anything except a Droken heart. Illustrated Marriage Gnido, pages, cloth aud gilt biu&Bs, co cents; eruce ia paper covers, 23 cts. iianhood, 10 cents; Woman hood, 10 cents ; riunplilct, 3 centa-eecnrely scaled,, by mail. Send money or postage stamps. Dr. Whittier, the grcat specialist, 617 St Charles street, St. Loute, Mo. BILIOUS DIFFICULTIES. DR. riEUCE S INDIAN RESTORATIVE BIT- TERS. Dr. G. W. Skinner, member of the American Association for the Advance ment of Science, writing from Little Falls, N. Y., said : ' freely use it in preference to any of the ordinary arlicus.such as Oil, Senna, Salts, tic,, for the most delicate in fants, Ac robust, and those enfeebled by age. lt is a Specific for all Bilious Dis orders, Agues, Colics, Jleidaches, Cos iveness, et.. A ScreThinq. Dr. Hunter's Specific and Injection No. 1 are warranted to cure the Gonnorhoea, Gleet,Chordee,Strictures, disease of tho kidneys, bladder and urinary organs oi males and females. Dr. Hunter's Specific No. 2 is a sure remedy for the Spermatorrhoea, Seminal weakness, nightly 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. 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 furnish medicines for less money than any other physician m St. Louis. Write or calk For sale by al druggists tta Pozzoni's preparations are standard wherever introduced and in this vicinity have a ready sale with all the leading drug gists and fancy dry goods dealers. The celebrated Pozzoni "Complexion Powder" is very popular with ladies and pronoun ced a valuable, delicately perfumed, and harmless cosmetic. Unlike most prepara tions of this class it is free from injurious ingredients and imparts a natural healthy glow to the face, without the vulgar ex treme. . An excellent hair dressing is found in "Chemical Balm," which prevents hair from failing out. and accelerates its crnwth It is an excellent scalD invieorant and thoroughly removes dandruff. These su perior articles can be obtained of any drug gist and will be found in all cases just as represented. A trial will convince the most skeptical of their merits. i STOVES. FOLLOW THE - And yoa will oon find yourelf at the store (Star Block,) Opposite Harper LOOKING AT THE rt j L i FT GOAL BASH WML 80 WEBE SOLD AT RETAIL IN 1375. 1876 250 WESE SOLD, AND UP TO .THIS DATE. NOV. 20, '77. NEAR LY 200 HAVE BEEN SOLD. If you have any interest in Bowing he reason of this re markable success, stop at 1821 2d Ave., and ask tor names of parties nsing the O Ij IE -A. im. Enquire of these parties MONITOR COOK STOVE I Acknowledged to be the best there is made, for Economy, Durability and General Good Qualities. It will Bake and Cook with 1-3 less fuel than aaj other Cook Stove ia the market For Sale by Star M .A.GKE J1,,9S CHILL CURE. nJblr,Srl:?r medicine cures pe:manently and epeedily all kinds oi Chills and Fetpb, . i F Malarial 1 evkb, it matters not of how many years standlne. When-nuini- e I.rt-: ' ?i?a ?Dy dcKteriOD compounds have been need at the risk ot permanent Injury, without rV feattng the disease this liKANI) VEGETABLE PREPARATION has worked SPKiov Cm u"llg u"8ch:J' core have been surprised to find this medicine a Splbndid Tonic and Fivi T"lKB, It should be used in all cases of eeneral debilitv. Asapurpativa it has no eunal Nd ne Taken only a tew days, and directions easily followed. The proprietor win pay ote hnndrtd'do'' lor every drop of his cure found to be composed of quiniue, arsenic or other deleterious suVtance " For sale iu Kock island by all druggists. HENET A. MAGILL. Proprietor and Manufacturer, 102 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Kr HORSE GLOBE HORSE SHOE NAILS i SUPERIOR TO ANYTHING ELSE IN THE MARKET1 Heds.1 and yie lollowlc? Report received at the Centennial Exposition.-Keceived tie Higiest Award of any foods of tnis class. 4,JVo. 239. Ghbe Nad Co. llqrse Shoe Nails, Pointed, Poshed and Finished. 'The uniformity in size, smoothness of finish, hardness and tenacity of the iron, closeness of fiber, and excellence of the head and poinU; the tensile strenfnh of body, and rivetine properties of these ISails, unite ia making thein of tue very highest class of manufacture. Recommended for an award of merit BATTEL STETNMETZ. Philadelphia, Chairman,') J. D. IMBODEN. Bichmond, Va . i CHARLES STAPLES, Portland, Maine, i G. L. REED, Clearfield, Penn., f DAV. SIcHARDY, Aberdeen, Scotland, I 1). DIEFENBACU, Germany. J These Nailg are for tale by Leading Hardware Merchants . RUSTIC 29 Fnlton Street, t3T"MenUon this paper. SHOW Manufacturer Warerooms, 74 State Street, 1 am pleased to Inform you that I am prepared on snrt notice. Send for price list. MISFIT English Brussels, Three Ply and Ingrain, also, Stair Carpets, Velvet Rugs, Crumb Clotjis, Oil Cloths, eto., very crreap at the Old Place 112 FULTON STREET, - - - NEW YORK. Carpets carefully packed and aent to any part of the U. S. free of charge. Send for Price List. J. A. BEND ALL, The Compound Oxygen Treatment FOR THE CURE OF ALL CHRONIC DISEASES. This is the Sorest, Safest and Cheapest Curative ageul knowu. It cures by Revitalizing the whole body, and hence is effective in a great vartety of diseases. Among the many name to which we are permitted to refer, we give the following: Hod. K. Field, Judge of V- S. Supreme Court, and his ac complished wife; Mrs. Hallit Kilburn; Judge Sam uel Smith, New York ; Hon. Montgomery Biair ; Ex Gov. Boreman, W. Va ; Hon.iv'm. 1). Kehey ; T. S. Arthur; Gn. Fitz Henry WarVen, and many more of scarcely less note. Our Brochure of 200 pages, which contains tfce clearest statement of principles, the mot-t brilliant record of cares, and all the information necessary to an iatelligent opinion and intelligent action, will be mailed free. . STARKE Y & PATJEN". Office, 1X12 Oirard Street, Philadelphia. G. R. STARKE Y, A. M., M. D. G. E. P A I.KN, Ph. M. D. CROWD! of House, IN No. the and find Git. FEED HASS, Block, opposite Harper llouse. NAILS, Judges Group, XV. WORK. .... --. I . . "'. ' ' T -"' ' W0RKI Hanging Basket, Bustic Settcea, Bustle Chairs, Vases, Bird nonses.Stana Summer Houses and Bustic Fences. Designs of all descriptions manufactured and for sale. PRICES OF HANGING BASKETS. Thl Hanging Basket In 5 sizes, 8, 9!i, 11H, 13 and 15 in. in diameter ; T5c; $1.00; $1.50; $2.00; $2 30. Sent by express to any part of the V. S..cn receipt of price. Send stamp for Illustrated Catalogue. RUSTIC HMTOFACTURIHG CO Y, NEW YORK. CASES. of all kinds of ..CHICAGO. to fill all orders for Show Cases of every description CARPETS. DE. SABINE'S INDIAN VEGETABLE COUGH SYRUP For the speedy core of Conghs, Colds. Ho&rMnees, Incipient Consnmption, Authma, Bronchitis. Ptu lelc, Whooping Cough and Croup. This iP" n Anodyne Expectorant and is composed of tn i At vA j.hiu vinfiom aSoruB, and when nsed according to directions, mt co vince the most skepUcsi;of its intrinsic value. Directions tor the uss of Sabine's Indian e-e bio Cough Syrup accompany each.bottle.