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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, . NOVEMBER 25, 1885.
She JUguis. JOHN W POTTER. Wednesday, November 25, 1885. BEMEMBEB THE POOB- Id obedience to the proclamation. ;of President Cleveland and to the cus tom long honored in the land, prep am t ions are being made for the celebra lion of Thanksgiving day. The daily round of toil and care will cease, and the day will not only be a respite from labor, but will be an occasion of festivity and rejoicing as well as devout thanksgiving to Almighty God for all his blessings. But above all tkingtf on that day we should cultivale a spirit of charity and kindliness and should set to it thai before setting down to the festive hoard loaded with the good things which a kind Provi dence has given to ih, some other house hold be male glad and happy. "The poor ye have always with you," is true here and everywhere, and when to morrow you order for yourself the good things for the feast, order also for some family whose life is made hard by sorrow and poverty. President Cleveland, in his proclamation, which, by the way, is a model of excellence in Us way, full of sen timents thut do honor to his head and heart, thus refers to the duty of sharing the good gifts of life we enjoy with those lets favored than ourselves: Aud let there also be on the day thus set apart a reunion of families sancLiticd and chastened by tender emotions and associations, and let the social intercourse of friends, with pleasant reminscencea, renew the ties of a tree lion and strengthen the bonds of kindly feeling. And let us by no means forget, while we give thanks and enjoy the comforts which have crowned our lives, that truly grateful hearts are inclined to deeds of charity, and that a kind and thoughtful remem brance of the poor will double the pleat) ure of our contlition aud render our praise and thanksgiving more acceptable in the sight of God. People; who should not be allowed to ride ou the public cars: Men who have been eating onions. Men who smoke bad cigars on the front platform. Men who cross their legs when the cars are crowded. Men who chew and expectorate in the cars. Peddlers who fill the cars with their wares and su ell badly. Men who whistle. The slareful dude. The awful masher. Men who talk so loudly that no one else can hope to be heard by his neigh bor. Men who sit sideways when people are looking for seats. Men who crowd the platform so that people are squeezed nearly to death in gating on or oft! the cars. Men who pick their teeth in public. Men who clean their finger nails in public. Juveniles who insist on skylarking. Boys who eat peanuts. The small boy who, on muddy days, insists ou kneeling on the seats. Squalling babies. Men who have been indulging in too much intoxicating beverage. Men who hum all the way. Men who want to know where the car is going to and when they get there. Women who tiirt with the wrong fel low. The girl who hangs on to him all the way. The bundle woman . The htdy who has just been doing a little shopping and bought out the store. Giggling Girls. The umbrella fiend who always pokes the driver in the back or the conductor in the stomach . The stout lady who, when the cfer lurches, subsides in one's lap. The shrill-voiced female. The mother of six who brings the whole six along. The laily who will mistake the bell rope for the strap. The woman who at every street corner asks where she is to get out. The gum eating girl. The women who after stopping the car only take five minutes to kiss and say good bye. The old young girl. The young old girl. The musical enthusiast. The stage struck girl. The girl who captures the conductors attention so that he has no eyes or ears for his business. The loud girl. The women who paint. The stalwart party who challenges you for your seat. The girl who looks at you too hard. The girl who won't look at you at all. THE POPE ON CRANIOTOMY, A Circular on the Sub$M)fc Issued to It om an. -"Catholic Phyalclana. -.- tJ.iE.HV YoitK, rW. 25. Every Roman Catholic physician I in this city is In receipt of a circular con taming n declaration by the pope that the killing of an unborn infant Is never right, evoa Vhen the life of a mother can be savovl in no other way. This bears upon tho surgical operation known as crani otomy, which is generally practiced by the profession in cases where a choice is forced between losing two lives and saving one by has tailing the en I of the other. Inquiry of Bishop C irrian elicits that the letter to the doctors is not official, and did not emanate from hU ofllce. The belief in that it was gent out by soma person who was profoundly impressed on the subject, and sought to accomplish what he or she deeemed a good purpose. Toe bKhop said, however, that the statement of the Fope'e ruling was in itself correct Tho question had been discussed carefully by the inquisitors-general at Home, who voted unanimously against the practice, on the ground that the taking of a human life could not possible be justifiable, except as a legalised punishment for crime. This tlnding was formally referred to the pope, who ratified ant promulgated it a few week ago. Ieserters Arrested. Jomkt, Ills., Nov. 25. Two deserters from the United States army were captured in this city by the police. The are Harvey Clinton and Htrry Dood. They enlisted at penror April rt, IHST, and deserted Nov. 7. They are intelligent, dudisb young follows, and ran aw-iy from their homes at Buffalo to rough it in the west Finding nothing to do th"' enlitel, got tired, and deserted. ' I move," said a de.et?Ue in a Virs ginia convention, "that our chairman take a dose of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, he is. so hoarse that I cannot understand him." That gentleman had no doubt tried this wonderful medicine. All the coal mines in the Seattle, Ore., region are operated with Chinamen. If you have a cough you are very fool ish to not try a box of Dr. X. Stone's Bronchial Wafers. They will help you. 25 cents. An experienced arctic explorer says that any further attempts to reach high northern latitudes must be made by way of Franz Josef land. APEBBOMAL CABD. A Matter im Which the Public should Have a Deal ov Interest. To the Headers of the Augur: Why does the government spend so much money and risk so many lives in trying to capture me counterieiterr "Suppose he does counterfeit governs ment Donas and notes, surely the govern- meut is rich enough to stand uny loss bis act may confer!" But lite individual citizen could ill afford to be put to continual financial loss if such desperadoes were let go un- wnippea oi justice. It is only the valuable thing that is couuteifeited; it is only in the light of purity and virtue that impurity and vice can be known. No one in these days wouui couuierioH a confederate ooiul or note. People who commit, fraud always do it by simulating the highest virtue; by preying" on the cleanest reputation, by employing the fair name of viutue with which to give respectability to vice. Let us explain: Seven or eight years ago, so we have been informed many times in public prints, a New York state gentleman was pronounced, as many mil lions have been pronounced before, in curably sick of an extreme disorder. By suggestions which he believed, were pro vidential, he was led to the use of a prep arai ion which had been for several years employed by aBelect few physicians in New York city and one or two other prominent places, the result was that he was cured, he whom doctors without number and of conceded ability said was incurable. Having secured possession of the formula, absolutely aud irrevocably, he determined to devote a portion of his accumulated wealth to the manufacture and sale of this remedy for tiie bene tit of the many who Buffer us he suffered, in apparent hopelessness. In less than three years, so tremendous because the demand for this remedy and so exalted the rep utation, that he was obliged for his pur poses to erect a laboratory and ware house containing four and a quarter acres of flooring and filled with the most approved chemical and manufacturing devices. Probably there never was a remedy that has won such a meritorious name, such extraordinary sales and has accomplished so much good for the race. Unprincipled parties who flourish only upon tho ruins of others. Baw in this rep utation and sale an opportunity to reap u golden harvest, (not legitimately, uut honorably) for which purpose they have made imitations and substitutions of it, in every section of the country, and many druggists, who can make a larger profit on these imitation goods, often comprom ise their honor by forcing a sale upon the unposted customer. Yes, undoubtedly the manufacturers could well afford to ignore such instances of fraud so far as the effect upon them selves is concerned, for their remedies have a constant aud unremitting sale, but they feel it to be their duty to warn the public against such imitations aud substitutions, non secret and otherwise. The individual who buys them aud the public wiio countenance their sale alone sutler in mind, body aud estate therefor. The authors of some of these fraudu lent practices have beeu prosecuted and sent to prison for their crimes, but there is another class who claim to know the formula of this remedy and one Sunday school journal, we are told, has prostitu ted its high and holy calling so far as to advertise that for twenty-five cents it will send all new subscribers a transcript of the Warner formula! This formula, by the way, must be a wonderfully kaleido scope affair, for there Is hardly a month passes when some paper is not issued which preteuds to give the only correct formula! The manufacturers inform us that they would be perfectly williug that the pub lic should know what the true formula of Warner's safe cure is. (none that have been published are anything like it), but even if every man, woman aud child in the United States were as familiar with this formula as with their A It O's they could not compound the remedy. The method of manufacture is u secret. It is impossible to obtain the 'results that are wrought by this remedy if one tbes not have the perfect skill acquired only by years of practice for compounding and assimilating the simple elements which enter into its composition. The learned Dr. Foster, the honored head of Clifton Springs sanitarium, once said, that having roughly analyzed this remedy he recognized that the elements that compose it were simple but ho at, tributcd the secret of its power to the method of its compounding and this method no one knows except the munu facturers and no one can acquire it. Our advice to our readers, therefore, cannot be too strongly emphasized- As you would prefer virtue to vice, gold to dross, physical happiness misery, shun the imitator and refuse thereby to lend your aid financially to those who seek to get, by trading upon another's reputation and honesty, a sale for wares and goods which on their merits-p,."o tit only to be rejected as the veriest refuse. You can neither utforti to patronize such people nor can you afford to take their injurious Compounds into your system. When you call for Warner's Safe Cure see that the wrapper is black with white letters and that the wrapper and label bear an im print of an iron safe, the trade mark, and that a safe is blown in the back of the bottle aud that a perfect lc promissory note stamp is over the cork. You can't be imposed on if you observe these cau tions. We have the highest respect for the remedy wo have mentioned and the high est regard for the manufacturers, and we cannot too highly commend their dignified and considerate tone in relation lo tnose who would traduce their fair name and ruin the best interest of the public in such matters. Woman's Face. "What furniture can give such fluish to a room, as a tender woman's face, asks George Elliott. Not any, we are happy to answer provided the glow of health tempers the tender expression. The pale, anxious, bloodless face of the consumptive, or the evident suffering sof the dyspeptic, imlure feelings of sorrow and grief on our part aud com pell us to tell them of Dr. Pierces "Golden Medical Discovery," the soverign remedy for con" sumption and other diseases of the re spiratory system as well as dyspepsia and other digestive troubles, bold every where, v There are 3.100 saloons in San Francis co, which yield a yearly revenue to (he city of $3U8,51U. Martin Myers, a Lancaster Co , Pa. , farmer strained himself across the kid neys by lifting and then caught could that settled in his heart and back. 1 hud read so much of Mishlcr's Herb Bitters," he writes, "and it was so highly recom mended to me by parlies who had used it that I bought a bottle and tt.kini a dose before going to bed. I rested bet ter than I had lor months. 1 continued its use, and in about one month's time I was cured " t The "Bronze Dragon," just from Japan, is the novelty in chrysanthem ums. , f Truth is mighty, and will prevail. Hunt's Remedy cures like magic all dis eases of kidneys, and urinary organs. FINALLY SUCCESSFUL THE BALTIMORE A OHIO EFFECTS AN ENTRANCE INTO NEW YORK. An Alliance with tb Kapid Transit Cm pan v The New York Central la Junctloa An Klectric kail way for Chicago. Nkw York Nov. 25. The Baltimore ft Ohio Kailroad company have secure) an ntranea into Nw York. This they do by availing tuaimelva) of taa extmstva water front in tho harbor of New York, on Btaton island, by making an alliance with the Rapid Transit railroad recently constructed alone the a boras of that suburb.' lbts com pany poHseses valuable franchises from the cily of Njw York of two ferries from the Battery at the foot of the elevate J rail way system to Btaten island, at the nearest point of which extensive dock and pfors have boon erected. Tho distance between the Mattery and this point, which is known as St. George, is lesi in time than fifteen minutea It in a longer ferry than those or too Jerjoy Central and Pennsylva nia roads, but not nincb longer than that of the Delaware, tAcka wanna Western ,m Hoboken, is subject to much less interr tion. and with fast boats built for the pi. pose that time can be materially reduced. It is claimed that whatever time may te i by a longer ferry is gained by a shorter land route, for once reaching Btaten island, the line along the north shore, then aero the kilts at Elizabeth, and through New Jersey to Bound Brook, is several miles shorter than any other route, and almost a straight Una The distance from St. George, the lauding on Btaten island, to EHzibeth is about four iniles. Here is encountered n slough known as the Arthur Kill, only (WO feet in width, acrosi which a drawbridge is to be built to the Jersey shore. From this point to Bound Brook the distance is only about eighteen and a half mile, to construct a line over which will coht led than ;(X),O0Q. By virtue of a con tract with tho Heading road, the Baltimore & Ohio, by its own motive power, can carry it own rolling-stock, passengers and freight from Philadelphia to Bound Broolc, thence across the new construction to .Eliza bath, and thence by the Btaten Island system into JNew York. The Jersey Central makes iw junction with the Haadiug system at Bound Brook, aud is by thii new route entirely ignored. Kit joined from Leasing the West Shore. Syracuse. N. Y., Nov. JJ5. On Sunday evening lost Justice lieore N. Kennedy, of the bupreme court, on motion of Louis Mar Khali, granted an injunction restraining the New York Central lvulroad company from guaranteeing 5J,00t).0J(J bond of the West fcjiiore railway aud from perfecting the lease of the , West Shore fur 40D year.-t. Mr. Marshall represents SSJ9 shares of tne capital stock of the .new xork Control railroad, all of which is owned by Syracu-o parties. The injunction is the outgrowth of the rejection of Mr. Marshall V protest made bjfora the meeting of the director of the Central road in Albany on Nov. 4. At that time he argued that the leasing of Westoaore by the Central WA! against public policy and therefore void; that the statutes of the state forbid the con solidation of parallel and competing lines of railroad and that it would entail an addition of $.jD,000 to tho Central rood and thui depreciate Central stock. Southern ltallroad Interests. Tkuuk Hautk. Ind., Nov. 2a The con solidation of the Terre Haute & Southeast ern, that runs from here to Worthiugton, with the Mackoy line to Evansville has a greater significance than at tlrat suppose J. President McKeen, of the Van I alia, and Mr. Joseph us Cullett, who, with Mackey, bought the road about a year ago, have sold their interest t.i Mackey, the transfer to take place on the tat of January. The latter has been build ing a connecting line from Worthington to Kvan-iville, and It is generally believed ttat he is looking forward tn dropping out of the Kvansville & Terre Haute, of which he is president The latter road wdl fall intc the control of the Louisville & Natihville, which will also secure control of the Chicago & Eastern Ulinoi. The Ohio Ulver Tool. Cincinnati, Nov. 25. The Ohio rivoi pool expires by limitation Jan. I, and not withstanding various rumors as to internal dissensions and disagreements, there is nc doubt but that it. will be renewed and the agreement made goo 1 for another year at least Upon the whole, it has worked satis factorily, and in the matter of percentage the roads have kept ro mark ably even witl their allotted amounts. It is altogether probable that its scope wilt also be some what enlarged. Annual Statement of the Brie. Nkw York, Nov. So. The annual state men t of the Erie railroad for the year end iiiL? Hept ilJ, lt&j, shows gross earnings f 1S,U;;4,57; working expanses, $14,3-17, Mil. earning from other sources, $1,01)2,091, leaviug total net earning of 5,,')St.747. Ai a meeting of stockholders upwards of $?V 000,000 stock will be voted upon, John King representing 000,000, and McCullougb $50,000,000. The only change in tot directorate was the election of W. JL JesiUp. Chicago's Klectric Kail Way. Spinofiklu, Ilia., Nov. 25. A certificate of incorporation was issued by the seer tary of state for the city electric rail way company, located at ChicagorVapital stock, $300,000,000; to construct, equip, and operate electric, elevated, surface, under ground, or suspended railways, in whole oi in part. The incorporators are J. H. Thompson, Eigar P. Tobey and William A Stiles. The-West Shore Sold. Nkw York, Nov. 25. There was onlj one bid made for the West Shore railroad, wblch was accepted. J. Pierre pot Morgan. Chauncey M. Do pew and N. Ash be 1 Greer were the purchasers at the price of $23,000, 000. A Very Peculiar Bride. Ditbuquk, Iowa, Nov. 25. Charles Kerry and Mis Katie Faith, both of Froeport, Ills., were married in that city two weekt ago, and came to Dubuque last Saturday on their honeymoon. Monday while thegroon was lying upon the bed a chloroformed hand kerchief was placed on his face and he wot soon fast asleep. Then the bride took what money and valuables he bad about $300 joined a young man who waited without, and took the afternoon train going south. Mr. Kerry is a brakeman, and his wife was a waitress at a hotel at Free port He is 24 years of age aud hit bride 17. The name ql the male fugitive ia not yet known. Our Supply of Breadstuff. Chicago, Nov. 25. The visible supply of grain, as announced on 'change late Mon day afternoon, is as follows: 41,410,00v bushels of wheat, 3,521,S$d of corn, 3,(72, Hi of oat 049.415 of rye, and 2,411,592 of bar ley. This h an increase of 1,157,004 bushel of wheat and 123,445 bushels of barley. Thi decrease wa 3)0, 100 bubalsof corn, 440, ail bushels of oaU, aud 55,200 bushels . f rye. My wife, who had been troubled with rheumatism fnr about twenty years, used half of one bottle of Athlnpbnros and at present ia not troubled with rheumatism. I take pleasure in offering it to customers. S. E. Douglass, Kouta, Indiana. A man has laid claim to a large part of San Francisco, on the ground that the land whs deeded to hia father by the Mexican Government. HE VCR GIVE DP. If you are sqflering with low and de pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general debility, disordered Wood, weak con stitution, headache, or any disease of a bilious nature, by all means procure a bottle of Electric Bitters. You will be surprised to see the rapid improvement that will follow; you will be inspired with new life; strength and activity will return; pain and misery will cease, and henceforth you will rjj 'fre in the praise of Electric Bitters. ti0sen fty cenU a uotue by tiartz & aj DEFEATED SERVIANS Kxeltement In Sofia Over Alexcderi Latest Victories. Sofia, Nov. 25. The city it wild with ez citement over news from the front stating that Prince Alexander, at the head of the Bulgarian troops, ia following up hu victories and ia driving the Servians alowiy but surely from Bulgarian territory. The latest dis patches say that Prince Alexander stormed the heights of Tsaribrod and occupied the city Monday evening. The prince made a triumphant entry into the city, and was re ceived with enthusiasm by the populace. London, Nov. 25. King Milan' efforts are, it is understood, directed toward poit poning an armistice or settlement of any kind until he has achieved something that ue can point to as an offset to ranee Alex ander's successful campaign. Unless he can retrieve hi fortune either at Siivniizi or before Widdln, he will be in a very poor position 10 claim anything in the Adjustment which win be decreed by the powtr& As a hint of what Uervia will ak for in caje of total lack of success in the invasion of Bulgaria it U significant that a member of the Barvian location here has stated in. conversation that Kiti Milan expects to prove, thn Bulgarians began the war by entering (Servian territory with an armed force. Bulgaria will bavj to bo held responsible for the war, no matter which side has the advantage -when the puwen in terfere. This view U vary likely, according to tha p.-ec-Uaut', to nave great weignc witl tne .jwers and in that ca e Princj Alexin lor may lose much of the reward of victory because of the over-zealoiuneat of bin ofllcers in crossing the frontier before Servia had committed any overt ata. though thii wa disputed in Bulgarian quartern A Scheme for leaca Bt. PETKRsauno, Nov. ijo. Tho Journal de St, Pjtorbourg to-lay say-; Upon Kua- sia'd initiative tho pwer. arj promoting a no ma for toe su-pensiou of ixo till tied in the Balkan but hopes are entertained that uervia and iiuigaria, although incapable of resUting the prompt ings of their pas lion, wtllb'coma sensible enoug i to boo that it U to the popular in terests of both countries that they, of their own accord, sheath their swards. Light Lnnfios bf Fire. New York, Nov. aft A fire broke out at 119 Chandler lane, at 10 o'clock, fiiedtiy morning, caused by a sudden explosion of oils in the basamont, whk'h was occupied by J. W. Wheelock & Co., light oil dealers. Three men in the olhce had narrow e-scupjs from suffocation, l'edro .Rodriguez, a cigar manufacturer, aged bu years, occupied the fourth floor an 1 narrowly escaped death from the dense smoke. Ho succ-ejded in gain ing the roof, and in descending the scuttlo of an aJj Jiui.ig bud ling, fell, injuring himself seriously. He was taken to the Chambers street huspial. The loss on building and stock i- about $0,001). No in surance on the oil. Baltimore, Md., Nov. Sr5. Fira Tuesday morning at 480 We t Baltimore street caused a lo of $10,000, equally shared by Dubi-euil & Ljwoi' shirt factory and Kliue Bro ., gent's furnishing house. Presidential Appointments. Washington Crrv, Nov. 25. Tho presi dent Tuesday made the following appoint ments: Kichard D. Lancaster, surveyor of customs at tit. Liui, aul Oliver T. ltoiuick, first assistant engineer revenue marine service; Frank J. Park, of West Virginia, chief of the public laudi division, general land on" lee; Walter Johiiaon, of Michigan, law clerk in the otHce of the commissioner of patents; Air. U McCormiuk, or Grand Forks D- T.( to be secretary of Dakota territory; to be regis ters of land o til cos: Robert V. Yeakle, of Little Hock, at Little Hock; H. C. Tiptor, of Melbourne. Ark., at Harris n, Ark ; Chester H. Warner, of Colfax, Washington territory, at Walla Walla, Washing ton ter ritory. Bartholomew Coffey, of (S.ilent. Ore., to be agent tor the Indians of the Umatilla agency in Oregon. lie cent Turkith Uecrnes. Washington City, Nov. 25. The gov ernment of Turkoy ba through Mr. Cox. United State i minister at Constantinople, advised this government of two decrees dated Oct. 19 and Nov. 1, 1885. The first prohibited for one year the exportation of borsas, mares and mules Irani Turkish terri tory, and the second prohibited until further notice the exportation of cereals aud cattle from the provinces of Andriaiu) l),Halonica, Monastin, tit. John, Ko sovo and Scutari, in Albania; likewise f ro n the dUtrict of tterllje. An Ocean Disaster. Washington City, N v. 25. The signal corpa station at Cvean Biacii, N. J.t report that the ship Malta, of L verpjd, 1,010 tons, from Austria to Now York, cargo, empty oil barrel j an t silver sanrl, came ashore at 3:11) Tuasday morn hi,;. Life-Having crows of stations Nos. 7, a and 0 rescued thj crew of twenty-three man- O.io man was list. The main aul mizzdii mast were carried away. The ship is in fair con dition to be gotteu off. Destruction by Flood 4. New YoitK. Nov. B5. Eight thousand ban els of lima and cement on the East river between Ojj Hun tret- and Twelfth and O.ie Hunlfeu Fourteenth streets, owned by John Bell & 8 m, were Tuesday destroyed by tho action of the water in the general flooding of the wharves of the city. The Blacking of the lime cauaad a groai cloud of steam to rise and a general de struction followed. Damage estimated at Ido.uao. A Draw After Nine Hounds. San Francisco, Nov. 25. The Cleary Burke eight-round contest draw an im mense crowd, but proved disappointing or accouiit of there being no definite result. The police had a bubiuing effect on botfe men, and in consequence the flhtin.? waf not Vigorous No great amount of science was displayed b either, and the specilied rounds were concluded without a single knock-down. Latest Scheme of the Mormons Salt Lakk, Utah, N v. 25, Thj casi of Deputy Marshal Vaudercook, arrested Sun day, charged with lewdness, was taken be fore the Third district court Monday on a habeas corpus, claiming that the ordinance is invalid. The bearing has been set for Friday. Evidence accumulates that the Mormon church agents for months have been employing harlots, spies and procurers to entrap sinful Gentile i Failure In Dry Goods. St. Louis, Nov. 35. T. F. Malonoy, retail dry goods merchant, wa attached Tuesday morning Dy u. u, uiamn and other eastern creditors, followed by attachments of St. Louis bouses, aggregating $21,000. Maloney made an asdgument about noon and placed the value of his assets at $lV,000. Ills Observation Have Ceaned. New YoitK, Nov. a5. James Farrell, the veteran marine observer at Sandy Hook, died at 4 a. m. Momlay from heart disease. Ho had occupied his station for tbirty-thiai years. Have used Tonalinc extensively: am so much pleased with iu effects, both trom persoual use and in gtnorai prac tice, lhat I find it quite indispensable. J. w. smith, ai. if., Wellington, uuio. Electiicitv, with all its energv, is not doing as much bood to day as is being done bv Dr. X. Stone's Bronchial Wafer's. 25 cents. All Sorts of hurts and many sorts cf ails of man and beast need a coolj lotion. Mustang I inimciw x reat TAKB ALL IV ALL. Take all the Kidney and Liver Medicines, Take all the Blood puri tiers, Take all the Rheumatic remedies. Take all the Dyspepsia and indigestion cures. Take all the Ague, Fever, and bilious specifics. Take all the Brain and Nerve force revives, Take all the Great health restorers. In short, take all the best qualities of an tucse ana tue nest Qualities of ail the best medicines in the world, and you will find lhat Hop I5i iters nave the best curative quail ties ane powers of all concentrated in them, And that tliey will cure when any or all or these, singly or combined. Fail i 1 1 A through trial will give positive prooi oi mis. Hardened Liver. Five years ago I broke down with kid ney find liver complaint and rheumatism Since then I have been unable to be about at nil. Bly liver became hard like wood; my limbs were putted up and fil led with water. All the best physicians agreed that nothing conld cure me. I resolved to try Hop Bitters; I have used seven bottles; the hardness has gone from my liver, the swelling irora my limbs, una it lias work ed a miracle in my case; otherwise X would have been now in my grave. J. W. Morky, Buffalo, Oct. 1, 1881, POVERTY AND SUFFERING- "I whs clragyt-'d down with debt, poverty anil ccifftriiiK fur yearn, canned by a sick I mily mid lame bills for doetorinir I wan completely discouraged, until one year Ho, by tlm advice of my imlor 1 commenced lining Hop llittera, and iu one nionlh we were nil well, and none of us have fecii a aick dtty ince, and I want u say to till poor men. you can keep your ra't mes wen a yuur wuri nop nmern nines limn one doctor' u visit will cost. I know it." A WoitKINUHAN Prosecute the Bwindlers. If when von cull for lion lliltern Isfeareen dun ttrof Hops an the white lablf) the druird bands out any ttl riff culled C 11. Warner's Uennan Hop Uittor&ur witli oilier '-Hop" inline, refuse it and slin n uiat druiiWlft u you would a viper, and if lie hat taken your money for the r-tuff indict him for llie iraun aiui cue nun tor uie a a unices ior roe swindle and we will reward you liberally for tlie conviction Bee U. S. Court Injunct on against C. I. War ner, Heading, .Michigan, and all his salesmen, agents, druggists, and other imitators A Japanese inventor has succeeded in making a good quality of paper from common seaweed. It is thick in texture, and so transparent that it can be substitu ted for glass in windows. The Testimony of a Pnyiician James Iieecher, M. i., of Sigourney, Iowa, says "For several years I have been using a Cough Balsam, called Dr. Wm. Halls Ualsam for the lungs and in almost every case throughout my practice I had had cutire success. 1 have used pencribed. hundred of bottles since the days of my army practice (18(iil) when I was surgeon of Hospital No. ?, Louis ville. Ky., Although matches have been in use in England for hulf a century tinder boxes are still usea by many people mere, tor whose be tie ill they are kept on sale in many shops. Catarrnal Headache I think Ely's Cream Ha! in is the best remedy for cattarrh I ever saw. I never look anything lhat relieved me so quick ly, and 1 have not tell aa well tor a long time. 1 used to be troubled with severe headaches two or three times a week, but since using the Balm have only had one and that was very light compared with former ones J . A. Alcorn, Agent, U. P. H. H. Co., Eaton, Colo. A silver shoe buckle, supposed to have once belonged to General Washington, was recently found among some rubbish nt Mount Vernon. Hu taken for Consumption. Persons have doctored for years for consumption, all to no effect. Though they had a cough, felt pains in the lungs, were depressed, weak, with muny other symptoms tending lo that disease, yet these symptons were all offsprings f a torpid and diseased liver. We could liill a volume with testimonals of thousands so afflicted, who were permanently cured iy tukmg mmmons laver Kegulator. It is proposed to enlist professional cooks and bakers in the army, as a means of preserving the health ami increasing tue efficiency of the troops. Low spirits and mental depression are frequently the companions of bodily ail ments. With the physical organization restored to Us normal vigor, the spirits take on new activity. Sam Hem pie, the well known comedian, after a period ot lassitude and depression used Mishler's Herb Bitters, and he was quickly restor ed to bis old energy. When his profess ional friends would inquire "What has come over the spirit of your dreams f" Sam, would reply, "Mishler's Herb Bit ters . ' A subterranean outlet to the Great Salt Lake of iTtah has recently been found. I he lake wan discovered bv Colonel John C. Fremont in 1846. A hundred years might be spent in search ot a remedy forCattarh, Cold in the head aud Hay Fever, without finding the equal of rdys Cream 15 aim. it is applied with the finger. Being pleasant and sate, it supersedes the use or ait liquids or snuffs. Its effect is magical. It relieves at once and cures many cases which bafllo physicians. Price 50 cents at druggists. 60 cents by mail. Ely Bros. Owego, N. Y. A Georgia man has kept a bale of cots ton for twenty years, thinking that each year would see the article at the price which he thinks it is worth. Bncklen's Arnica Salve. The greatest medical womlerof the world Warranted to speedily cure burns, bruises, cuts, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, can cers, piles, chilblains, corns, tetter, chap ped bands, andail skin eruptions, guaran teed to cure in every instance, or money refunded. 23 cents per box For aale by Hartz v, Uahnseu New Yoik policemen are to be empow ered in the absence of the Coroner to take the dying depositions of persons in jiircd by accident or assault. IHMtS Hp Itll'S At'lD t HIMPHA1 K For Wakefulness Dr. Wm. P. Clothier, Buffalo N. Y-, says: "I prescribed it for a Catholic priest, wlio was a bard student, for wake f nines., extreme nervousness, etc. He reports great benefit." A Virginia girl who advertised in a Dakota paper for a husband, has recti v ed 119 letters in reply. New LiRtat en Baenmautm- I have been completely disabled from rheumatism. I used Parker's Tonic tor kidney disease, when to my astonishment the rheumatism completely disappeared." So writes Mrs ."Henry Bogert, o? No. 454 Atlanta Ave.. Brooklyn, N. Y. Rheu matism arises from the failure of the kid- a(?s to separate the uric acid from the Cod. ,..o. iOQ. my back!" The man with weak i" Ik. sore loins, has k:dnev disaXl POWDER Absolutely Pure. Thi puwilcr w'vrr varied. A marvM of purity Htrt'iiylli and wholi'fo)iu'iii'n; morn t'Conoiiiit'.nS than ttu miin:iry kind, and mnnot bo wold in coiiiiwtUioii w'uli tin; m.iltilndt' of low h-l, aiiort Wi:inlil alum ni- pint-pintle powders. SoUl only in cans. HovaI. Hakinu rowimu Co., lUti Wall ot. New York EPITHELIOMA! OR SKIN CANCER. For s ven years I suffered with a cancer on my faee; all the simple remedies wer ai plied lo alle viate the ptiin, Inn the placu rontimted lo nnv. dually exleiidiim into Uie. nose, from wlm-ti came a vellowisluliwehaw very orUsive in eliarncler. It was also in llanied. and annoyed me imroa, deal. AImiiii cijilit muiilliH iifjo I was at Altaian, at Die notice of a friend, who so tdronirly reeommendeil the useof Swift's Specilie that I dt leriniiieil to make an effort to procure It: in t hi h I was suc cessful, ami begun its u.e. The intlueiiee of the ....li..i.wi ut ti-.t r uc.ivhit i.nr,-...nll. tlio sore ; but soon the m nam mat ion wim allaved, mm I heuari to improve after the flrt few bottles; my jreneral health has greatly improved; I am stroll on my face began lo deciea-'o and thu nicer to heal until there is not n Vestige of it leTl only a little (icar marks the plan! where it had been; 1 am ready lo answer all question relative to this cure. Mas. .Ioicr A. McDonald. Atlanta, Oa,. August lith, lttd. I have had a cancer i my face foi extending I'mni om rk bm theotner; it has given me a great deal of pain, at times binning ami itehinix lo'-uch an extent that it was almost unbearable; 1 Cinunieneed uslnf Swift's Specific in May, and have used (dyht bottles; it has given i he greatest relicT by remov ing the inilamuifition and re-torimt mv genernl health iiA V.Tl ks. Knoxvilie, Iowa, Sept. H. lHfffl. For many years 1 w:ss t sufferer wilh cancer of the nose, ami having been cured by the use of S. S. S., I feel roiislrnined by a sense of duly lo suf fering humanity lo make this M-aiemei t of my case. With the fourteenth bottle Hit cancer be- iseTernl month there Ims been no appear ance of a sore of any kind on my nose or fai t', neither is my nose at, all tender to the touch; 1 have laken about twodo.en hollies and am Hound ly cured, and I know that H. S. s.. effected t he cure nl'lcr every known remedy was tried and had failed. lion but Smcui.kv. Fort Gaines, (ia,. Mav 1, lsS.i, 1 hud heard of tho wonderful cures of Swift's Spec i lie, and resolved to try il ; I commenced Ink ing it in April, IHSi. My general health was much improved, yet the cancer wh ir b was in my l ie st 'Continued to glow slowly but surely; the. hunch yrrw ;mn m'ciimr q ime iu-;hj, in n. mm i uini either have II cut or die; hut it. commenced dis charirrngquantiiieiJ of almost bbick, thick blood. It l'nillin.i. l.li,lir lltl I),.. ...',.u.lllilll kVI ruajy. when it was entirely healed up ami well. Hktsv W'oou. rocheett, Hviimii hCe.Mas duly 1!! Swift's Specific is entirely vegetable, and seAns ir. ,...,. , I,, f.,,.,.1,.,. ,mt ,),n in.l.ltl-i! rry.lll the blood. Treatise on Etloix! mid sum IJise iseMn.'itleU in 1 11 K SWll'T MMVIl'lC to, I (is.. No. 157 V.Jd St.. N. Y . Father, Mother, and Three Sisters Bead. Mr. David CI;iypool, turmcrly fctarnuunt' at-ArnisoftheJsew Jersey fSt-iinie, ami now Notary l'ublie tit C'edurvilU', ( 'uniht'ilund Co., N. J., JiiukcB tin; fnllmviiitf aturtliii; statement: "Sly father, mother, ami three sisters all died with cinisiimhtton, ami my lungsweresoweak 1 raised blood. Nobody thought i could live. My work (ship Binilhirifi )wns very straining on mcwith my weak constitution, and 1 was rapidly going to the grave. While in this condition 1 commenced using Mishlcr's Herb Hitters, and it saved my life. Jlecause it was so difficult to get it in this little phiee, and I had improved ko much, I stopped taking it for a time, and the result is that 1 have commenced going rapidly down hill again. Somehow, Mishler's Jlcrh Kittcrs gives nppctile and strengthens :uul builds me up as nothing else docs, and 1 must have ft dozen bottles at once. L'se this commu nication as you please, mid if any one wants to be convinced of its triilh, let them writo me and I will muUe allidavit to it, for I owe my life to Mihhler's Herb Hitters,' Thesecretof the almost invariable relief and cure of consumption, dysentery, dir.. rho?a, dyspepsia, indigestion, kidney and liver complaints, when Mishler's Jlerb Bitters is used, is thut it contains simple, harmless, and yet powerful ingredients, that act tin tbo blood, kidneys, and liver, and through them strengthens and invigor ates the whole system. Purely vegetable in its composition ; prepared by a regular physician : a standard medicinal prepara tion; endorsed by physicians and drug gists. These a re four strong points in favor of Mishler's Herb Hitlers. Mishler's Herb Bitters is sold by all druggists. Price 1,00 per large Irottle. 6 liottles for Sf.'UKt. flk your dniMiHt for m tphit wh urnn hittfhb. Now Advertisements. I CURE FITS! Whn I say enro I rto not inonn tnerrly t nlt them tor m time an. tlin hvelti. m r. I nr xaln. I inr.in ruiil euro. I bare l.iH.Jo the iliitonnit ..I FITS, KCIl.KI'SY or FAIXIMI BK.'KN KSS u lUivlorin st inly. I wnrnuit my i.'tnmiy to enro tlm Wist . 'Icrftiise ntlieiH nnve nuii-n IB n ! nnt n.iw reci'ivliiK n oui'. isiiid nl oiii-u Itir tt treat Iho ninl a FtfB UulllB l mv Inlalliblu i. rimly. Uivo Kiir.ii itnd I'uitl UUJCB. llctwt-a y,.ni'i.1hlC for a tilnl, u:l I willrure yoii. AULU'eaKUr. il. il. muui, toj run e-, u w wi FIAKO'POHTES. l'NHUUAI.l.i:i IN Tone, Tonc!,ffortaiisliiD & Durability. WIIXMM KNARE A CO. No. 3ai and yiJti Wrttt naltlmoro Btreot, Ifultlmm So, 1 Vi fifth Avenue, Ki-w York. WANTED V niuig l-ariicaui city or count ty work for li!- at their twine; fiu iiiiitinj,' I'mployiiient j no iiintrnctioiic tolmy; work van tut m-nt y tiuiil (dUttmcu i objection) ; $i to $t wt wi-t k c;in be in -tic; iitf canvjiHshi!, UMrtit iilnri free, orion pit' of wTk ni.'iilfilfor foitret-ntu in itmt; pleane addrc Hoi k MANi'FAtTciliMit Co., llor-tou. MH"H. I. o. Box WANTED Am nrlivp Man tr Woman in evury county to fell our irotuls: salary fT. per inoutri and expeiifef. or emnnm-iou ; exutiim-c in atl vnnce; ootflt tvfv; for full pni'ticnlHrrt ntldref, STANUAKU ILYi;U W AHK Co , Boston, Mii-s. C8NSGMPTI0N I LaveSiiuftMivert-m.ii- Ini- j.w Hif.c tn i.s w thuinainU ul nws of O.c .i Tit kin-i r.i. l ol I.hi i in.'ififr ba. lM-eu eur.-rt. tn-kcit. ftr-nr ia mj ( ttth iti i'8 Hi' J, hit 1 will tf?i.t TWO lliUTLKi KilKK, tnjeOi.- r wllh a V-L-tJAHLK TltKATI-"K on U'ln iliaeaaa. ! nv mfl. nr. Ki pre uu f. U. e-Mre!. IK. T. A. bLOCUU, lsl 1'earl OU, IJ.B THIS PAPER mfljr be fonn.1 on ltOWEJ,LPO.-i Newhpapcb Advemjwino Pnr.EAn (10 8pruce htreet) where adver tising contract may NEW YORK. W. U. HAYES.- H. C. I'LKA VEIAN ESTABLISHED 18R8. Haves & Cleaveland, Insurance Agents Fire, life & Accident Insurance, OPFIl'K BKJUfTOM Block. E0C2 ISLAITD, ILL. All Louel Promptly Adiorted P.id. thli Agencr. I'ROFKSSIONAL CAKUS. WILLIAM JACKSON, I 'lToUNKV AT LAW. Ofllce In Hock Island I Nutiiiuul Bvuik Duildttig, Uock iHlsnd, il). J. M. BEARDSLEY. I TTOIINUV AT LAW Ofllce with J. T. Ken Y worthy. 17iS StcoDdsvpnue. aiiK-ldu(itu H. C. CONNELLY, ATTOHNEY AND OOl'NSEl.I.OK AT I.AW, liork lHl.m.1. 111. Office in Pot Offlct Build t . ovcrMiicnell ALymle's Bank, Itoomi No g and li). nov-41--Vlv K. D. RWKKNKY, C. I.. WALK KB. SWEENEY & WALKER, ATTORNEYS AND TOl'SSEhtOHS AT I. AW. Office in Benfjj'touV block, KtM-k Inland, ill. ane-i-dwv E. W. HURST, ATTOHNEY AND rOL NSKIJ.Oli AT 1-AW -Ollh-e in Mn.-onic Temple hltx-k, over Rock If land Nii.ioiiitl I'-.in k, Uock I nlnd. 111. sep -i dwif M. M. CORBETT. ATTOKNKV AT LAW, Solicitor in Cluuirery ntid Notary i'tihlic. Aliftrait. Loaim in id wiiU-c tiontt. OllUa. Bufo dV 1J10..U, -.d av.-nne, ovi Bivker'c .1. vt'h y niorij. t.ov-'.H-dlv GUIDO BECK, AH( II!TK("T.--Sicoiid Avenue, over I'eojdci Nalional Iltudi, r.acM Muiut, lUinoi". ItlSINKNS IIIIUXTOIiY. PUNMITIIS. il Wolff, PlniH., Ill rteveiiteentli ctreet. J A UN KSS M A N V VM 'TL' It K US. KauerniHii, John, 219 evenleetilli' street. J AHUWA iiK. Stewart A Montgomery. tWrn norond Hveuuo. JJrJ KKt'lI ANT TAII.OKS. Wendl, II. lMh! feroml iiveinift. EWSI'AI'KltS. The Rork Iwlimtl Daily Aiuium ; pulili-lie.i every eveniim, (Suiniaj exeepludl in Arirus hlork, np pocite I'oUidice. Bent rtdveriifiitg meiiium in tin city. The Hock Ifl:imt Wkhklv Aitoua; pnblinhed every Kritlay, A line-job depurl ment in connec tion wilh the eelalpH.-hmi'nt. est a I ' Hants a n i con fectionk its. Kroll, I'rcd., 1C1U fccond iivetiuu. Al,OONS. Wentpiiiii Tntin. li'ltf! rond tivetnii!. STAY PROLONGED, UNTIL DEC. 20. Ij il prcoctleii ted Success! 41!) Puticnts now uiult-r Treatment! C!J Turned itwny by him, Pronounced Incurahle! DR. KICHOLLS, English Specialist, Cor. Fifth and Brady Sts., da.venpoht, iowa. AI Hie reipicfit or li i m muny patient, linn arrnni ed 1o'I"1odl: Uii r-tnv until Ilec. 3-1. All Cliiiinic n tul l-tniy StiiiulinK JUsctiwen H(.e-cesi-rully Irejited. J J' io it an' do'iun well under tin eiire of your oivn physicmn, d" not crll on tne, hh our prov nee It- to i rent miiw no ennnoi nnu renei orin rwiso. (.'ONSI LTATION HiEK. (lime hours from Vl il. in., to VI ui ; 1 to 5, mid It lo .l p. m. rnop. vHERVOUSDEBIUTV .;Vl Liwuy,itii(l nuiimroLiii !inntL!) Pklllud T'liF- uttifti'l inditicrotion, ' frno i nin "once, or irhrninworlr. Avniil Mxnvotrs " ' Ly1"1 wiiwj:ii"n or nrctrii- DSBIIjIXV.&!ifi!ltrt rt-mcaii'B for tht-M lie fiiiioiUiiin ot prctrii- SPHYSjfCAij K r:A 'r T- l:l.:riivtliul iia 3 lVniinir tW tfigjU Mo:., j. TiTBTED FOR OVFRSi! T PAnaBV UEr IM h",AK Thousand Case,;. r.. Vy Cin-rtrirrti-.'.-i!, mi ths Bit ot dmpaw in ip.'!rie iiillmnto is felt i:iui't drlay, The tmt r il iutU'tioiiaof t!ir lm-i,-.n f.ri-r.i!ls:r. In n elun-tl. ieee 3 1'ho iiijtrici'mj Dtrnn'iits t iiir, v.ilrh nave bct'ti Ono7Joutb, - S-TOrla K'.inrrp.wti liork.mni TarooJllouiiia, V. Oi, HARRIS REMEDY CO.- H'FGCkemist ES II pTUREp PERCOtJG Wot n Truce. iV "V AmIe fnr tnr.f3 M o-.r Appliance. WJK3 C3r3CVU ZTUSH TPjfctXsAJCf. AUCTION AND COMMISSION W. H. LUNDY, AUCTIONEER WILL Attend Sale IN KITH KB CITY OR COUNTRY, at inodernle cliarcett, or Receive Consignments aud make prompt returns. eond Avenns ROCK ISLAND ILL. THE MOLINE SAVINGS BANK (Cbttrterefl l.y t he Lufftnlht u re of Iiltnolfl.) MOLINE - - ILLINOIS Open daily from W A. M. to ST. M-.n'id on Trie d&t niiri Kaitirday Kn-riiiinf from 7 lo Intarti allowod tn SspcsfU ftt tho rite of i per Cant, per Ann am. OepoBitu roooivod in amounts ot S) and Op ward 8. 8BCUHITT AND ADVANTAUU8. The tirWite uroiterlv of the Trur1tB rtstoon alMetothedeptjfiiliirp. The ofttf erre jirohll.ited from horrowii' any ollu-iconeyp. Minor and irricd wumc:. jiroitcu a ityppi ciai tw. 0iiitiiH: S. W. WaaKiooK. Prc'denl ..lonii Qoo, Vice President; C. V. Uumbkwav. (Jtifliler I fit flTRst1; H W. W hi'elocli, r-irit-r Skinnr (T W.LobileH. Nel?on t'hwttr, II W. fandt, 0. T. irt,ntfc. A. S. Wrikrl.t, r, p. H-inn wi.y . .1 ohc iond.J. M. Chrinty, V. H. H(oddrt. EffThconlychiitlerud SAvintf Banklo Kork Pennyrogl-Pills. CMICHESTftlTS ENGLISH." THE Oi:ii:ijtFANn ONLY rtMINK. Pafe And alwnvS' "utile. Heware of woETiii.KSf nHltle for I.ADIKw. Afkyour HF.iTEu" Ksr.Lisii" ai.d take imitation; liidK Dr4ite't for rt no other, or ilW niar i Utter in. -tatup!) i us lor panic w utter tnmuil. t I apbiu jBaaF.B CiiKMirAi. To.. iSqntre, Fhilailelplila. tfl Name Trade W. li, Ictan, 1805 Second Avenue, Has just received his Fall Woolens, consisting of SUITINGS and OVERCOATINGS, The hestto b. fmt nd in the Market, comprising all tint L- Novelties of the Season And prii'os the lowest for" first -clnss work . ROCK ISLAND IRON WORKS ! Patent Cast and Wrought Iron Fence! Cheapest Fence in the World for Residence or Cemetery Lots. Made any Height Desired, iver AH kiluli'' of IKON mid MAt'lllNK wtirli pniTiiiilly iiuti hat ifaclion eiinrniitiHtl. WrjU' fur prices. DOWNING BROS.. Hock I si. a n d, Ii.i.. The Acme Ledo-er BLI. HOLDER. A device Tor keeping pitihII anil tnuiMent hc (hhiiiIh: the l:ilest ;iii.I ln-sl ; ii nerer-'cily m every tmsiiieH 111:111; unexcelled for fl len'lli, hetiitly and eonveiiieiiee. tune if tlie adviintanes tn he derived from the use of 1 hie l.eihfer lire ; 1. All the cnntl! aecoitnli- are liy tlien:Ki'lven hi a -nTe place and rnadeoul in hill form, with one lu llnve writings caved . a. For nillertiitn the hook mav he curried In the pocket. If I lie bill in p:tid it i- toi n out ; 11' nut It in ready fur the next time. ft. Wtu-n particH rail to pav, m ich lime is nav ed nm the hill in ready to he receipted. The I.eiltrer is not .fmiled to -my ppcciul btiel ih'sm, Imt can he iiecil to ud vnntatre In any retai! buhinec Any l)iisliies man who in n the lookout for puirlical 11ml liiue-f av iut; invenlioiiH eiuinot 11 f Tori! to puns thin wilhonl a trial, which involves 110 rihk, an the hill fnrnihlted art- alone wortli I lie 1110111') for the purposes o, hill IjituIh or ft ate menl s. County Rights for Sale. All orders promptly filled, i'rire r-f Ledger, with l.tli'H hill heads, neatly printed. t,Tfi. All orders fer the ledger, and alt letjutsls for coii'itj rihte, miiht. he ndUfesscd to .1. W. PoTTKlf, Annus OKi li b. Hitek Inland, 111. J.M. HuFonn, fJ. M, l.oosi.rv, J. K. Loohi.kt. Buford & Loosley Bros. " DliNERAI Insurance Agents. The old Fire and Time-Tried coinnanie Ko proHeiitcd LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID. Inleii 11s low as on Keliahlc (?ompimy can afford Your Patron ape is H'tlirilee Wroiilni in urenw Iliock. (KILO MiiDAL, FABI8, With BAKERS HI Warronted absolutely pure Cocoa, from wblch the oxcmm ot Oil hiw been removed. It htm three timet the alretigth of Cocoa mixed with Siarc-li, Arrowroot or HuRar, and 1m therefore far more economi cal, canting lean than one cent a cup. It It) delicious, iiourifildrig, etrengthf ulny, easily diKefited, and admirably adapted for invallUa 0M well aa for penHins In health. Sold by UroccM egerywhero. f . BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass. PUBLIC NOTICE. To John A. IVifiley. No. 4ft Kast 3Hth Htraft, New York i'lly. New York: Ity order of the City Council of the eity of Bock Inland, yon are hereby notified lo fill hits three c3) four (!, the (ft), nix U, seven (71 rnl eiyht S) in block frtrty-lliree in the rhirnito or Lower Addition to the city of Ifnrk Is-hmd, tu line dmwn from u point on 1 he print h side of mill blot k two feet below the t-rade established ft r Sixth aveituo o)il)o"ite naiil hlork. to a line on the utirlh side of stuil block three feet bo'c.w the friHle estabiished for Fifth awmie opposite said bh ek, within ten (Id) diivs from this date. I'nlesn this notice is entiipHeil with, ilhln the tho time spec itlt'd. ster s will lie taken to till the same at vonr expense. Dated at llm k fslaml. Ills., thi 21th daj of Oc- A POSITIVE without Metlicine. Patented Oct . Hi, 187ft. On box will cure e mo t obMinate vhhv in four days m Icet. ALLAN'S fttod BOUGIES, No naeaona rltmes of ruhetis, copnibn or oil of siiiidfdwood Hint are certain to pioduce di- pet sia bv tlestro) itm the toatini of the ftomttch. Trit e Sl.ftt). Stld bv nil (Irni'L'tsts or niailrd on receiof or price, r or riirincr pnritt:tiars fttitl nr circular; r i aox ii r-:i. C J ALLAN CO, nvfiyr H'i Jolm si r. t.t, Nt w Wrk. THE EUREKj.''URNACES Are wlf-fCediiiir, tlm- reuinnj-' tte le:mt im le union nt j( iiiti-nliou; tarrjriufi t1r- Willi inrUttnly, ami MH'tiritiK perfect uniformiiy ol tenipcralure. Tliey do tliii Willi I'n f-ti.-aptr.t t-nete:: lutwrfcned nut a.'nl wreenin-''' of miM cal. u ithout ptwtt, r.m 'O or tlur in the Ihhi-p, and ea-i!y pay for tlwia M'tVfs bv r-aviiit; in I'oal hi!!. S' !-,: on a -.Tar.intt't kVrtte to or cull upon M. t'OMn .V l.Ul.l tifo'l AK'tn. iti iMki- SlreeU t biettii 1. I!K 1835 SIGLER'S P. P. P- P'S Popular Pullman Palaco Parties. Crand Excursions Will lnvp MeuRii. Nt. l'niil Ul Hi. fr.r Anirele, Hon Fi-ain lt.t .! Ilon.u lnlti. Mondaj INI. 13 Sav. IO, ana Wee. 1 DCACIirCC-CADSES and CURE, byone CHlllCddwho uh tieuf twenty-eight ypartt; trailed bymot t.f the noted specialty ot the day with no benefit. C'urtd fitnuftf In three mooths, and Bince then hundreds of otheri by same pnvem; a plain, simple and inccesful home treatment; address T. 8. PAG 8, 128 Uaat 'itjtb ct., :w York City. eept W-dlm j JF jleealo Agent, Boiituii, Maee. y (