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OCX XSIVAVD, HVLTsTOIB. 1147. April 80. 1877. HELMEQLL'S EEHEEIE3. NELMDOLD'S ' Hi. W.atfcwr-To-Day. . J. The following shows' the temperature at Thi Argus Orrici to-day aa in dicated bv thermometer: 7i. m. 46 above aero; 1 x 58 above sere 9 a. , 50 8r. . 3e Frank MilleT'r Prepared Harness is the best in the known world. Oil GENUINE PREPARATIONS HELHBOLD'S Compound Fluid Extract OF BUCHU. Wall paper cheap store. at Marphy'j book 13-deodw2w Clam chowder, fish, eta. at Merchants' Lunch, to-morrow morning. It U. A. O. D All members of Charity Grove, No. 32, U. A, O. D., are requested to meet at Druids' Hall on Friday evening April 20. By order ot Noble Lodge. 18-3 james Harding. Make no Mistake. In Dooley's Yeast Powder you get the best article of the kind in the world. The cans are al ways full weight, the article itself the pur est and strongest possib, leso that a smal ler quantity than usual snffices. Do you want your baking always perfect ( Don t fail then to use Dooley's Ysast Powder. This Preparation contains no narcotic or Injurious drug. Nor It It a quack nostrum, recom mended for every disease; but for each disease as are here enumerated, viz: for D!b- eases of the Bladder, all Diseases of the Organs, weakness, Ac, whether in male or female, no matter of how long standing. It allays pain and Inflammation, which other remedies Invariably cause, and Is pleasant to (he taste. It Is gratifying to the proprietor of these medi cines to be able to state that It is now nearly 30 years since they were first Introduced; during which time they have been extensively used in various parts of the TJnlted States, and have given to patient and practitioner the highest degree of satisfaction In the various cases in which they have been employed; whether In town or country, hospital, or private practice, they have invariably given tne moat decided and unequivocal satisfac tion, and produced the most salutary and beneficial effects. Numerous letters have been received from some of the. most distinguished Physicians In the country, and from the Professors of several Mud -leal Colleges, all recommending In the highest terms, the value of these medicines, and their su periority over other preparations for such com plaints aa the proprietor ivcommends. These medicines require considerable care in the preparation, and the employment of different menstrua In successive operations to take up the extractive matters, and in consequence are most frequently improperly made, and not unfrequently much Impaired, if not rendered totally inert by injudicious and nnskilful management ot those unacquainted with pharmaceutical preparations. Numerous preparations of Sarsaparilla and of Buchu, and various modes of preparing them have been given, all of which, of course, will differ according to the mode of preparation which each Individual may adopt. It is, therefore, ot the highest consideration and importance to the pub lic and to the faculty that there should be standard preparations of uniform strength, and possessing the most advantage. To effect this, ai d obviate the Inconveniences alluded to, I have made a number of experiments to ascertain the most effectual means of extracting the virtues ot Sar saparilla and the Buchu, and to dieenvcr the most eligible form for their exhibition. The experi ments have resulted most favorably, and it is with much pleasure I now offer to the public and the faculty my Compound Fluid Extracts, which contuln all the virtues ot the medicines, and are the most active preparations of either which can be made. Two tablespoonsful of the Extract of Zarsapa rilla, added to a pint or water, Is epual to the Lis bon Diet Drink, and one bottle is fully equal to a gallon of the Syrup of Saraapartlla, or the Decoc tion, as usually made. Entertainments. Haverly's Minstrels, at Dart's Hall, to-night Jos. Murphy and Blanche De Bar, theatrical entertainment, at Dart's Hall, Saturday night Charley Gray' a Estate. The work done by this office for Charley Gray's estate was ordered by Messrs. SimoDson & Stoddard, of Port Byron. Tho charge is a reasonable one for the work done, and it in & mutter of entire in difference to The Argus Printing Com- Island institution, K0TE3 3XHE AND THESE. The total bonded debt of Davenport is $297,750.. . The country roads are in .a very bad condition. ; ... But very little country produce is coming to town now. - California train next Sunday over the C. &N. W. railroads ; R. J. Bell, of Port Byron, has bejn commissioned a notary public The delinquent water rents now due this city amount to over $9,000. The ceiling of the engine room ot the water works building is being painted. A telegraph line is established and in working order between Rock Falls and Ster ling. A special meeting of the Henry county board of supervisors will be beld at Cam bridge on Tuesday, the 24th. The 10,000th marriage license issued from the county clerk's office since the organization of the county, was issued this morning, People living in the lower part of the county appreciate the Bock Island and Mercer County railroad during the present muddy condition of the wagon roads. Every train is crowded. --If the people who are forever dodging about on a crowded sidewalk would re member the law of the road and keep to the right a good deal of awkardness and embarrassment would bo avoided. Monday night a cornel was cut from a light of glass in one of the show windows of J. II. Todd's clothing store, in Dixon, and hats shirts and silk handker chiefs, to the value of $15 or $16 taken. At a plowing match with sulkv clows at Joliet, VYednesday,in which eight sulkies were entered, B. D. Buford & Co's cele brated Browne Sulky came off victorious another handsome compliment to a Bock The Browne, on a fair Truesdale and Gait as medical experts. The verdict of the' jury was that Mrs. Heitahrends was a fit subject to be sent to the insane hospital Her disease is of two months duration; the cause is general physical debility. In accordance with this verdict Sheriff Perkins left for Jackson ville with the unfortunate woman Wed nesday morning, and returned on Thurs day morning, having in charge two insane persons-one, Fred li. Lyford, of Port Byron, who has been brought home for the summer, and the other, Mrs. Cather ine Collins, also of Port Bvron. who has been pronounced incurable and will have to be taken to the poor house. -Mr. J. R. Corker.as will be seen by an advertisement elsewhere oners his resi dence and 8 acres of ground on the Milan road, tor rent. Best tint wall paper at 12 cents per roll at Murphy s book store. 13-deodw2w Village Election. At Port Byron the license ticket was PANT whether old uuyer allows it or not. The parties who ordered the vork are good for the amouut 3dwtf. Best gilt wall paper at 50 cents per roll at Murphy's book store. 13-deodw2w marriage Licenses. The following marriage licenses have been issued during the week.ending April 19th: 1. Charles C. Tay lor, Lizzie A. Davis. 3, Det'erF. C Kulil, t , Mary Brockman. 3. Dearborn B. fuller, Mrs, Jennie Hudson. 4. Phil. J. Wagner, Rosa M. Vau Wambeke. 5. August Bentzenberg, Johnanna Wollenson. a. Augustus Bosselman, Lena Adams. 7. Charles D. Cimney, Clara Haines. 8 Ambrose Case, Emma Williams. best white-back wall paper, at 10 cents per roll, at Murphy's book store. Go and see him. 13-deodw2w Mr. John George desires it stated that he did not write the article in Wednesday evening's Argus, reflecting upon the song service at Dart's Hall. Union. The statement, in TiiE Argcs, that the article was written by a Repub lican, sLould have induced Mr. John George to be less officious. We made that statement for the purpose of pre venting pig-headed bigots from saying that Democrats attacked the psalm-singing meetings, and knowing that if the charge. that Ed. Russell, Ed. Spencer and John Hawley were running the business to keep certain politicians prominent, came from a Republican, the hit was all the harder. There are two very good reasons why Mr. John George needn't have worried himself at all about the matter, viz: 1. He is not a Republican. 2. He can't write so good English as the article was couched in.. Wc can't understand the published re turns of the Moline election. Cambridge Chronicle. You should study them as published iu I The Argcs, which is the only paper that has published the exact truth in the mat ter, viz: that politics had nothing whatever to do with the election in Mol:ne; that a ring of pig-headed puritan Republican bigots undertook to draw party lines and failed utterly: and that not one of their nominees was elected, on which any contest was made, except Mr. Ells, one of the aldermen, and that he was snnnnrreil li v CompOUnd Flaili Extract The Argus. These are the naked and oiuuyic mLa uvuub iuuiiuc auu iucv buuw that party rings hare lost their "holt" in that town, and that there, as elsewhere, people are beginning to look more to men than politics; and that no class of citizens can or should be wholly excluded from local offices on account of politics alone. HELUBOLD'S OF SARSAPARILLA. For purifying the blood and removing all diseases arising from excess ot Mercury, chronic consti tutional disease arising from an Impure state ol the Blood, Ac, &c. ; and is especially recom mended for Scrofula, Tetter and Timplcs on the Face, and all Scaly Eruptions of the Skin. SOLD BY Ali Druggists Everywhere. Ask for HelmMd's. Take No Other, Price $1 per Bottle. or Six for $5. Delivered to auy address, securely observation. packed from Describe your symptoms In allScommunica'.ions. Cures guaranteed. Advice gratis. Medical depot, 101 (South Tenth Street, below Chestnut, Philadelphia Bewaie of counterfeits and unprincipled deal ers, who endeavor to dispose of their own aud "o'her" artlules on the reputation attained by Uelmbold'a Genuine Extract Buchu, Extract Saraaparllla, and Improved Rose Wash. A.LHELMBOLD Successor to and Manufacturer of H. T. HELHB0LD & Genuine Preparations ! Burglaries. Burglars arc at work again four houses were entered last night. About 2 o'clock this morning Policeman Bolloian discovered a front window open in the residence of Joseph W. Brackett.on First avenue and upon notifying Mr. Brackett found that the house had been entered by burglars many things were found scattered over the floor in several rooms, but nothing has been missed, as yet- A few minutes afterward, while passing the residence of Mylo Lee, coiner of First avenue and 13th street, just east of Mr. Brackett's, Policeman Bollman stumbled over a pair of pants lying on the sidewalk, and upon investigation found that Lee's house had also been burgarlized.the thieves entering by way of the cellar, going to Lee's room and had taken his pants and a gold watch valued at 1150. , His name was on the back. And this morning, when the people at Mr. J. II. Langley's Jawoke they found that some scamp had entered his ' house, also by way of the cellar, and had stolen a suit of clothes and $5 in money, which was in the pockets ot the pants. Q J udge Pleasants's house was also entered . by way c f the cellar, and the thieves then raised a trap door leading to a pantry but the door between the pantry and the kitchen was locked, and although they broke a large carving knife trying to open the door, they failed to get into the main house, and departed. Nothing missed. Next! In every case the burglars escaped with" out beiug heard by the inmates of the bouses, or beiog detected by the police. Several hard characters were arrested on suspicion of having done the work, but no evidence was found on which they could be held, and thev had to be dis charged. -N "W- . m " - iiest satin wallpaper at 15 to 18 cents per roll, at Murphy's book store. Call and see bim. 13 deodw2w J. H. W ynes, corner of Second avenue and 16th street, has the cheapest stock of boots and shoes in the city. He also gives special attention to repairing, etc lOall and see him, before yon purchase .eisewuere. trial, generally scoops all other sulkies. Tweed's disclosures bring down big game five state senators, two judges of the court of appeals, one newspaper pro' prietor, and various local personages of repute. It is one ot the biting ironies of the whole affair that all save the original ring members are Republicans. Chicago Times, A handsome brick addition, 56 by 36 feet, is being built to the Buford Plow Co's foundry and when completed the foundry will be 148 by 48 feet in size the largest one in this vicinity. This does not include the finishing room, which is 160 by 40 leet. McCarthy, & Rafferty do the stone work while Peter Farrell does the brick work Mr. George Rhode, of Rock Island, has purchased the property located on the corner ot vJherry and v ater streets, in Fulton, and commenced building a hotel: size 26x84 feet, two stories high The contract has been let to Dennison Bros., who expect to have the job comple ted by the middle of June. IThitetidi Times. ine noay oi a new porn DaDe was fuund in a mill race, floating upon the water, in Dixon, on Thursday of last week It had evidently been in the water for several weeks. A post-mortem examina lion showed that it was born alive, for the lungs were partially inflated. Whether the heartless mother is a resident of Dixon or not cannot be told. A drummer caused oodcocks on toast"' to b3 prin'ed on the hotel bill of fare where he boarded, April 1, and had the waiters serve wooden lancets on crusts." Now he would be willing to elope with a wart, if he could mysteriously dis appear from the attentions of the other drummers who were fooled Pittsburgh Dispatch, A Hillsdale correspondent of the Gazette suggests Hon. . 11, Johnston, of Port Byron, for county judge, in old Guyer's place. The Union aud the Review had already suggested Alex, bwander, of Moline. Privately, we had also heard fctate s Atty farmenter suggested; also Lucien Adams. But nobody suggests old Guyer. Ihey ye had enough of him Here's a little item from the Cam bridge Chronicle which will be interesting to tax payers: "The costs of the Gales burg whisky cases brought to this county for trial, by change of venue.during the recent term of our circuit court amount to $2,541,85. which will be offset by judg ments recovered for $240 fine and $382,85 costs, provided the latter can be collected, which is more than doubtlul. The body of Wm. Schultz, a former druggist and justice of the peace in Oregon, Ogle county, was found floating in the Rock river at Dixon on Sunday last He had probably been dead about two weeks. He was 50 years of age; had failed in busi ness; his wile had forsaken him, and he had probably committed suicide. No marks of violence could be found on his person. The Third Annual Convention of the Catholic Young Men's National Union will be held in New York city, Wednesday, May 30, 1877, at 10 a. m. at De La Salle Institute, 48 and 50 Second street. So cieties will be promptly enrolled on appli cation to the National Secretary, Juan A. Pizzini, Esq., 11 West Grace street, Rich mond, Va, The requisites for member ship are, a certificate from the bishop or pastor. The New York Sun republishes about a column a day of short extracts from Republican newspapers in various parts of the country, attacking Hayes for Belling out the party to the "rebels." All post masters must now be commissioned by a "rebel general;" South Carolina turned over to a "rebel general;" and Louisiana about to follow, sets the Blaine wing wild, nd they are vigorously waving the "bloody shirt." It look? as though they would drive Haves out of their party. Between 12 and 1 o'clock last night, or, rather, this morning, Mr. Isaac Negus discovered a light in the second story of his old house on the corner of First avenue and 13th street, and, knowing that the house was vacant, he called his hired man and the two proceeded to the house to ascertain the cause of the light. They found that three hard looking young fel lows had entered the house, proceeded to the second story and started a coal fire in the grate, and had then laid down to sleep. They told Mr. Negus that a man who said he owned the house had given them per mission to "make themselves at home" and they had done so. Mr. Negus allowed them to remain until morning, when they thanked him for his kindness and departed. For some time past Edward Murphy, Esq., living on the corner of Second avenue and 13th street, and other people in that vicinity, have been considerably annoyed by a crowd of young men and women who congregate on the sidewalk there in the evening and pass an hour or two singing. laughing, talking loud, and sometimes very vulgar, dancing, etc., but he has refrained from saying anything to them or making complaint against them. Last night the crowd assembled as usual, aud not being content with the regular programme, one of them threw the stump of an old tree against Mr. Murphy's door, bursting the lock, and then the whole crowd took to their heels and ran away. Mr. M. is making an effort to find out who perpe trated the outrage, and if he succeeds they will be severely punished. On the petition of Rev. J. A. Rey nolds, of the United Presbyterian church, the question of the insanity of Mrs. Maria T. Heitahrends. wife of Richard Heitah rends, came before a jury Tuesday after noon. Ihe jury was composed of Dr. G. t3. Craig, foreman, David Hawes, Alphocso Gates. L. M. Webber. Elias I i. Plata, (tad W. A. Johaatou, witaDra. successful, last Tuesday, as follows: LICENSE TICKET. Trustees F. S. Gates, 92: Geo. Mc Neal, 91; J. W. Simonson, 89; Jesse Maxwell, 89; Geo. D. Moore, 88; T. J. Ziegler, 87. Clerk Wm. T. Chinn, 88. ANTI-LICENSE TICKET. Trustees D. S. Metzgar, 43; Joseph Askern, 44; W. II. Lyford, 41; E. B, Stone, 40; Jesse Maxwell, 37. Clerk Geo. A. Metzgar, 42. Police Magistrate E. H. Hunt, on both tickets. 128. Rapids City on Tuesday elected the fol lowing board of town officers: Trustees Joseph Ramsey. A. B. E Adams, John A- Vogel, C. J. Linstrom H. S. Shurtleff, John Witters. Clerk Albert Liodstrom. At Uoal Valley, the following were elected: ' Trustees Robert Haddick, Fred Free- berg. Carl Ruber, Alfred Haigh, Robert McQaoid, Ihomas Phillips. Clerk J no. leay. Police Magistrate Otto Loebner. There was no opposition except on police magistrate, 34 votes being cast for o. fc Garland. At Cambridge, the entire license ticket was elected, as follows: LICENSE TICKET. Trustees Amos Gould. 154: Jmes Mascall, 153; T. G. Ayres, 153; Henry White, 153; V. A. Cook, 152: B. 1, liuhn, 150. Clerk-W. B. Dean, J 59. Police Magistrate-P. S. Rishel, l&U ANTI-LICENSE TICKET. Trustees P. H. Beveridge, 135; W. L. Hitchcock, 134; C. R. Wheeler. 134; S, C. Welton, 133; J. W. Gordenier, 132; J. C. Rundstrum, 130, Clerk T. M. Shallenberger. 129. Police Magistrate O. E. Page, 107. Library Directors N. B. Gould and C. I. Gruey, on both tickets. At Orion, the license ticket was elected by 4 majority. Mr. Morey, one of the holding-over al dermen in Gtneseo, who was elected last year by both parties, and wno last year consented to license in the council, will now vote against license. This makes the council a tie on the question, with an anti- license mayor to decide; and we are told that the saloons are notified to prepare to discontinue the sale of intoxicating drinks on the 1st of July, when the licenses expire. At Kewai.ee the license ticket came out victorious, electing four out of six trustees, by majorities ranging from 4 to 13, and the ton clerk by 25 majority. The Jnde dependent says: "The election" yesterday passed off very quietly, not withstanding the grand mar shalling of the temperance hosts at the churches and elsewhere Sunday eight, and other nights, for the last few weeks, and ,he fiery harangues of Whitney and the other sham reformers. At Aledo, the anti-license ticket, with one exception, was elected by about 54 majority, Joseph Murphy and Blanche DeBar, Saturday Wight. The Desmoines Leader says: ' Kerry Gow was played to a large house ast night and never to a better pleased one. The play is a speciality in tne ara- matio art for Joe Murphy s peculiar tal ents. No other man could play it as Joe docs and uo other style of performance would be expected from bim. As a play it is vastly superior to Help and while it does not exhibit all his capabilities or show the variableness of bis talent it gives him more character to sustain and a more pleasing stvle. The play itself sparkles with witticisms and by its power of plot and cunningness of development keeps the audience interested from the first until the final dropping ot the curtain. Miss Deliar was next in importance to Murphy, as his sweetheart, and gave gen eral satisfaction, although much of it must have been by reason of her good looks, for she was scarcely a typical Irish girl in dress or patois, 1 he greatest hit in the niece, however. is the introduction of the stammering ser geant, and his acting will put him in a better field by and by. In the midst of the most unroarioua laughter by the audience, and the most ludicrous actions by himself, and when the .keen thrusts of Joe were fairly shaking the dust out of the brains of the most crabbed by their pith and patness, his face was im movable and his little finger never ceased to touch the cord on the Bide ot his pants in true military style. The character was entirely new to our people, and we think the most enjoyable of them all. The play is a decided improvement upon the gen erality ot plays performed by the stars who travel this way. since it gave the whole troupe something to do, and they did their parts to perfection, Not what is called a "stick ' appeared last night, and Murphy should be thanked that he is generous enough and confident enough of his powers to travel with others ot some merit. Tickets at Wylie & McCune's. Sidewalk Notice. To-day (Friday the 20th) was the day lor trial in the county court of the numer ous cases against people for not building sidewalks, and City Att'y Gest could have taken judgement against every one of them those who have as well as those who have not complied with the order and the costs are heavv in each case. But in order to give all a last chance he had the cases postponed for 2() days, and cow the City Att y gives this notice: All who will build their walks within the coming 20 days, and then prove before the county court that they have complied with th order, will be discharged without costs, It is not only necessary to build the walks, as ordered, but it is necessary to prove that fact, in court. All those who neglect attention to this notice will find judgement against them for the sums assessed by th commissioners, and a big bill of costs besides. Those who want any grading done should leave notice, immediately, the city clerk s office, and it will be atten ded to. The city authorities mean busi ness now. 20d3t Pictures, picture frames, brackets, wall paper, etc., very cheap at Murphy s book store, 13deodw2w Personal. Judge Charles M. Harris, of Chicago, is at the Harper House. Josh Wood, of Quincy, chief deputy of Collector Tillson, for this (the Fourth) internal revenue district, is in the city, the guest of Deputy Collector Eph Wood. Dr. C. H. Gran, of Hamlet, was in the city to day. He has just returned from trilman, Iowa, where he bad been on protessional business. lhaDr. wants to keep posted and of course subscribed for The Weekly Argus. Haverly's minstrels are at tie Harper House. II. C. Connelly, Jiisq., has gone to Kansas on business- So has W. H. At- wood, Esq. Joseph Murphy's Kerry Gow Combine tion, consisting of 16 persons, are at the Rock Island House, and will remain until to-morrow evening when they perform in Dart's Hall. Notice to Water Consumers. The water rents for the six months end ing July J, 1877, are now past due. A consumers in arrears are hereby requested to settle their accounts with the City Clerk at once. My instructions ironi the Board of Water Works are, that all per sons who are in arrears on May 1, 1S77, must be cut eff from supply on that day. W here the cut-on on the side walk is not deemed sufficient protection against using water, the tap will be drawn from the mam l he expense ot drawing the tap will De cnarged to tne consumer. All consumers are hereby warned not to allow any person to take any water lrom their hydrants without a permit from this office, as the water will be cut off for any violation of the Ordinance governing the water works. Any consumer violating any of the rules and haviug the water cut off for such, will forfeit all water rents paid in advance. A charge of $2 will be made, when the water is cut off for non payment of rent, betore the same is turned on again. Feed A. Cramer, Supt. Rock Island. April 17, 1877. 18 3 111 THE MOST RELIABLE JLTST It will do the same work with one-half the fuel required by other Stoves ! For Sale by FEED HA8S, Star Block, opposite Harper House. INSURANCE HELICAL. at 'The Best is the Cheapest.' IU. BUFORD, Represents the following Old and Reliable FIRE & LIFE Insurance Co.s. And will issue Policies in any of them at as LOW A RATE as the risk will justify. jEtna, Hartford $ 7,115,624 Hartford, 3,273,809 Phoenix " 2,407,531 National, 1,040,584 Orient, " 776,179 Atlat, " 434,809 Ins. Co. N. America, Philadelphia 6,601,83 Franklin, " 3,352.f5 Fire Association, " 3,778,651 American. " 1.280.976 Home, New York 6,104,6ol Niagara, " 1,442,445 Manhatten, " 850,658 Westchester, " .. 861,401 North Western Nat. Mil wankee, Wis.,.. ST7.193 American Cent St. Lonis, Mo 747.46$ St. Louis, " 347.001 SU Joseph, St. Joseph, Mo 420,245 Home, Golnmbos, O 4S4,i)22 Firemen's Fund, San Francisco, (Gold) 703,623 Queen, England, (Gold) 11,422.571 THE MILD POWER iCUiFaESi HUMPHREYS' HOMEOPA THIC SPECIFICS HAVE PROVED, FROM THE MOST ample experience, an entire success. Simple, l'roinpt, efficient and Reliable. They are the only medicines perfectly adapted to popular use su simple that mistakes cannot be made in uaine them ; so harmless as to be free from danger ; and so efficient aa to be always reliable. They have the highest commendation from all, aud win always render satisfaction. Kos. Cures.. Cent. Scottish Com'l, Glasgow British America, Toronto Royal Canadian, Montreal Allemannia, Pittsburgh, Pa. . . . MilWille Mutual, Millvillc, N. J Lycoming, Muucy, Pa K. W. Passenger, Hartford 10,661J21 669,080 833,629 348,272 1,442,987 5,338,977 400,000 1. Fevers. Congestion, Inflammations, . , S. Worms, Worm Fever, Worm Colic, . , 3. CrylnK-Colic, or Teething of Infanta, , 4. Diarrhoea, of Children or Adults, . 5. Dysentery, Griping, Bilious Colic, . 6. Cholera-Morbm, Vomiting, . . 7. Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, . . . 8. l'eral;la, Toothache, Faceache, . 9. Headaches, Sick Headache, Vertigo, 10. Dyspepsia, Bilious Stomach, . . . 11. Suppressed, or Painful Periods, . 12. Whites, too Profuse Periods, . . . 13. Croup, Cough, Difficult Breathing, . 14. Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, Eruptions, 15. Rheumatism. Rheumatic Pains, . 16. Fewer and Ague, Chill Fever, Agues, 17. rllei, DUna or uieeamg, . . . . . 18. Ophthalmy, and Sore or Weak Eyes, 19. Catarrh, acute or chronic, Influenza, . 30. Whooping-Cough, violent coughs, , 21. Asthma, oppressed Breathing, . . 22. Ear Discharges, impaired hearing, IS. Scrofula, enlarged glands, Swellings, 24. General Debility, Physical Weakness, 25. Dropsy and scanty Secretions, ... 26. Sea-Sickness, sickness from, riding, 97. Hlilniv.llliriie. Gravel. .... s Krann a Debilitw. Seminal Weakness or involuntary discharges, .... .100 29. Sore Mouth, Canker, ... 30. Urinary Weakness, wetting the bed, . SO 51. Painful Periods, with Spasms, . . SO 52. Disease of Heart, palpitations, etc.,. 1 00 SS. Epilepsey, Spasms, St. Vitus' Dance, . 1 00 54. Diphtheria, ulcerated sore throat, . . 50 55. Chronic Congestions and Eruptions, 50 Vials, 50 cents, (except 28, 32 and 33), . 100 FAMILY CASES. Case (Morocco) with above 35 large vials and Manual of directions, . 109j Case (Morocco) of 20 large vials and Book, 6 00 Single Boxes and Vials as above. These remedies are sent by the case or single box to any part of the country, free of charge, on receipt of price. Address HuohmyoSpathic Medicine Co.. Office and Depot, No. 56J Bboabwai, Nsrw Yob. l or Bale y sua jctussmis. Sold in Rock Island .bt Benser Thomas. Ot1o Grojan, C. Speidel, and B. Breunert mwf 25 25 25 25 U 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 50 So 50 5o SO so so so so so so so SULPEUB SOAP. Conn. Mutual Life, Hartford 44,030,140. Total Assets Represented $ 118.038,490 Seal jSswte. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Best yellow-back wall paper at 8 cents per roll, at Murphy s book store. Call on bim. l3-deodw2w Fluid Lightning cures all nervous pains. False Impression. It is generally sup posed by a certain class of citizens, who are not practical or experienced, that Dys pepsia cannot invariably be cured, but we are pleased to say ihat Green's August t lower has never, to our knowleuce, failed to cure Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint iu all its forms, such as hour stomach, Cos tiveness, Sick Headache, Palpitation of the Heart, Low bpints, &c, &c. (Jut of 30.- 000 dozen bottles sold last year, not a single failure was reported, but thousands of com plimentary letters received lrom Druggists of wonderful cures. Three doses will re lieve any case. Trv it. Sample Bottle! 10 cents. Regular bize 5 cents. For sale by T, H. Thomas. Nothing is more harassing than boils or ulcers. Fortunately'they can be quickly healed by the use of Glenn's Sulphur Soap, which purges the sore of its poisonous virus or proud fieeli. and thus removes the only obstacle to its healing. uepot, Cnttenton s, JNo. 7, bix Avenue. Grow young in ten minutes with Hill s Instantaneous Hair Dye. L. GHBISMAH'S REAL ESTATE AND Loan Agency, HILLIKR BLOCK, BOCK ISLASD, ILL. FOR SALE. lOft Acre Farm In McHenrv Co. Ills. Good Im I CU provements. Price $4,700 100 1 Q Acre Farm In McHenry Co., Ills., 9tf Idd I'd miles from Woodstock. rrice 94,000 Acre Farm in Story Co.. Iowa. Price $2,500 Acre Farm. Franklin Co.. Kansas. Price $4,000 Acre Farm, Douglas Co., Kansas. Price $3,SOO 80 40 Howe s concentrated syrup, the great blood purifier, and ague cure and tonic bitters, can be had of Beneston and Mr. li.iMcf herracceneral traveling agent ihomas for A Library of Useful Information. D. Appleton & Co., is at the Harper House, and is canvassing the city for the American Cyclopaedia, (revised edition) published by the Appletous and edited by George Ripley and Charles A. Dana, It is entirely revised and very fully illustrated with maps and engravings, and is complete in 16 volumes. It is one of the solid. standard works of America, and is, with out doubt, the most valuable cyclopaedia I and perfect library work published iu this country. Mr. Mcr herran is taking John son's cyclopaedia iu exchange, at the price paid for that work by subscribers- iSest brown-back wall paper at 5 cents per roll, at Murphy's book store. Givs him a call, 12deodw2w Cook Wanted. Good cook, in private family, apply to Henry Curtis, Jr., Cor. lhird avenue and 12th street. lodtf Quinine can be taken without taste by mixing in Uuimne Lhxir. Cheap. Bet ter than puis. Druggists keep it. ror sale by the ounce. Manufactured by Allane. Woodward & Co., Peoria, 111.. 6-17niwf&wly Popular illustrated book (260 pages) on Manhood! Womanhood! Marriage! Impediments to Marriage; the cause and cure. Sent securely tealed, post-paid, for 50 cents, by Dr. C. Whittier, 617 St. Charles street, St. Louis, Mo., the great specialist. Read his work. 80 160 160 17C Acre Farm. Sumner Co.. Kansas. 1 1 J Price $1,600 Acre Farm. Lvon Co.. Kansas. 1 rice i,uu Acre Farm. Dousrlas Co.. Kansas, t-rtce i,uuu iinn Acre Farm, Whiteside Co., Illinni, near TUU Sterling. Price $14,000 107 1 O Acre Farm, Kock Island Co , Ills. lUf I L .Price $4,800 OIK Acre Farm, Callaway Co., Mo. Stock Farm 4en dOU Stock Faim. OH Acre Farm, Kent Co., Michigan, adjoining OU Berlin. Price(5,OO0 LANDS in all the Western States will sell for Cash or part Cash, and Unie on the baUnce. Houses and Lots in Rock Island and a number of other places for sale or exchange for lands. 37"Call and get prices and location of lands, Rock island, 111., Aug. as, 18TG. Price $15,000 Acre Farm. Atchinson Co.. Mo. Splendid Price $10,800 GLENN'S SULPHUR SOAP. Thoroughly Cures Diseases Of the Skis, Beautifies the. Complexion, Prevents and Remedies Rheumatism and Gout, Heals Sores and Abrasions of the Cuticle and Counteracts Contagion. This Standard External Remedy for Erup tions, Sores and Injuries of the Skin, not only REMOVES FROM THE COMPLEXION ALL lil.FM- ISHES arising from local impurities of the blood and obstruction of the pores, but also those produced by the sun and wind, such as tan and .freckles. " It renders the cuticle MARVELOUSLY CLEAR, SMOOTH and PLIANT, and being a WHOLESOME BEAUTIFIER is far preferable to any cosmetie. All the remedial advantages of Six- phur Uaths are insured by the use of illenn's Sulnhur Snnn. which in addi tion to its purifying effects, remedies and pre vents Rheumatism and Gout. It also disinfects clothing and lines and prevents diseases communicated bv contact with the person. It dissolves Dandruff, prevents bald ness, and retards grayness of the hair. Physicians speak of it in high terms. Prices 25 and 50 Cents per Cake; per box (J Cakes), OUc. and$h'20. N B. Sent by Mail, Prepaid, on receipt of price, and 5 cents extra for each Cake. ' IITT.f C TflTD i vn nrmcirTiD Ttrr Black or Brown, 30 Cents. C. 5. CRITTE5T05, Prop'r, 7 Sixth At.,5.T. BASING- POWDEB THE MOST PERFECT MADE. Modern Chemistry. By the glorious achievements of modern chemistry and the skill of Dr. Price, we have dow for our cakes, puddings, ices, creams and pastry, the ojoft delicious r ruit Flavors Those wno wish to make their delicacies palata ble and enjoyable, will make use of Dr. Price's Special Flavoring Extracts, Vanilla, Lemon, Orange, etc., not only on account of their nice flavor, but their safety. - :. - .- . A lady writes us: 1 suffered Latently irom an attacK ot pleurisy. My nurse obtained a bottle of Kenne's Pain Ki ing Magic OU, applied it as directed; in thi e hours I was entirely cured. I would recommend to ladies the use of Kenne's Magic Oil as invaluable to relieve pain and suffering, and as being neat and delicate to use and worthy of your confidence. Keep it iu the bouse for use, 1 Conveniently near the prominent business houses, all places of public interest and resort, and in the very heart of the bent resident portion of the city, for good liv ing, good treatment, and quiet comfort, the Colonnade Hotel, on Chestnut street. Philadelphia, can be conscientiously rec ommended. Important to Persons Visiting New- York. One of the best kept and most conveiment 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 plau you therefore only pay for what you get. Everything is first class, and prices moderate, adapted to the string ency oi tne times, xou save tne expense ot carriage bire, and by leaving your bag gage cueck: on the counter of the Hotel. your Daggage will De delivered id your rooms, fitteens minutes after the arrival of the cars, free of expense. We advise you to give the Giand Uuion a trial. LYE. ft prodooet U moit natural hadtof bUok or brown, does '(3 rJ" jssasaSfes notsuin the skin, and it eilr applied. Itis a standard V 1C iZix ' ? preparation, and a favorite own every well -appointed tot- A .fi.Hr'Jr- SX V let Tor ladv or xentlpman. For gale gr all Pnjrit and A? .cr- thL'M. E ai r Dreslsra . J OS E PH ,"CR IS T A DOR O, Pro- 4'f,JF prietor, P O. Boa 8112, Hew VorkJ ff BUSTLES I ffS 1 ' i TnB t'lsy" "1 TA3 Wr $ ISig STANDARD fcv -4?' 'LOTTA M S I J and LCS3 .r 4?lt tV cflONE THIRDISSAVEP DIED. RA1BLE. In Bock Island. Iltfhois. at 6:30 Thursday evening, April 19tn, 18TT, Paul Kaible, agea oo years, x monuis ana t usys. Funeral from the residence ol Conrad Weitnaner, on 16th 8t., between 8rd an i; 4th Are., to-morrow. the 21st, at I r. H. QuMU a&4 (Tnie nlea copj. Stitched Skeleton Lotta BUSTLEb ! i our, attention is respectfully solicited to my new novelty in a Stitcusd Skeleton Hustle, now ready, without Clasps, making a Bui-tie or Mann Skirt a finer article that fit the fancies and want of the trade, in their superb stitch wibk com. finish avoidance of clasps aud sissa surface, which cut and wear tne underwear restin? thereon, and ad- Joining, mey are radically new, and strike every eve with their superior excellence, at nrices which caanot fall to attract the attention of buyers. They aM ... .. .i ; 1 1 . j . i j i w ii wrret, Biztr-e, ntyics ana lengms. These, and all past makes of Lotta Riihti.k. in. eluding the i-tahuakd Numbirs 8s and 5e, are now rcBuy, iu superior wOTBjnansnip, forming com plete line ot styles and sizes Punier, Trail and non lengwe, wnicn win compare favorably with those of any other manufacturer. Diplomas have been awarded my goods each year since their Introduction, by the American Institute of N. Y.,and Medal and Diploma by the Centen nial Exhibition. . in quantity by their perfect purity and great strength; the only kinds made by a yr.ic tical Chemist and Physician, with scientific care to insure uniformity, healthfulness, deli cacy and freedom from all injurious substan ces. They are far sunerior to the common adulterated kinds. Obtain the genuine. Ot serve our Trade Marks as above, "Cream Baking 1'owder, "Hand ana tjornuet Buy the Baking Powder only in cans securt ly labelled. Many have been deceived in loose or bulk Powder sold as Dr. Price's. Manufactured only by STEELE & PBICE, . QiioaSft ijt. 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