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Wednesday November 7, 1S77. UEDICAL. THE 12LD PQWEB 1TUWPITBEYSP HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS HAVE TROVED, FROM THE MOST ample exptrrit-nre. an entire soeceaa. PimpK l'roinp. InWnt nnU Rrliahle. They are the only simpta that mint Aon ciinnnt be made In wsinK thmj to harml. as to be f roe from daiurer ; m1 so smcmt as to be alwaya reliable. They tare the hitrhtt eommendntioa front all, ana wm always lenuer muBinouuu. N .. V. s Beavers, LimnuiiQ, i nil ninmmuma, . J tVormii "Worm Fevnr.Worm Colic, . t, Orvlnsj-Colle, or Teething of Infanta, 4. IMarrnora, or imiiren or aouki, . . 8. Ityarntery', Oriping, Hiliona Colic, . . t. holera-Morbnn, Vomiting, . . . 7. Coughs, Colds, Hronrhiti, . . . . g, NraralKla, Tnotbiirho, Fncenche, . . 9. Headaches, Sick Headaclut, Vertigo, . 10. Hjrspe-psla, llilious Htomiuh, .... 11. Hnpfireaaed, or Painful Periods, . . 12. Whites, too rrofnse Periods, .... IS. ( roan, Couph, Jimcnlt llrenthins:, . . 14. Kilt Klirnm, Erysipelas, Eruptions, . IS. ItheumatUin, liliviimntin Fains, . . 18. and Ague, Chill Fever, Agiaea, 17. Vile. Mind or tii-odimr, ...... IS. Ophthnlray, and bore or Weak Eyes, . ID. 4'ntarrh, acute or chronic, Influenia, . 90. Vhooplns;-CviKh,v'olent coughs, . II. Aithma, oppreawal Breathing, . . . 13. Vaxt IHacliarsjea. Impaired hearing, . JS. Ncroful, eolanred glands, Hwellimrs, . 34. General Debility, I'hysieal Weakness. . Si. Jropjr and scanty Secretions, .... IS. Mea-fcickness, sickness from riding;, . 17. Kldnjr-IUese, Oravel, . . . . . 18. Ncrreai WeWllty,eaniuiu r coram or Involuntary discharges, ! 9. Itore Month, Canker, . . 90. I'rlnary Weakness, wcttingtheboa, . 60 SI. I-alnftal Periods, 'with Hpasma, . . 60 SI. JMsemso or Heart, palpitntiona, etc,. 100 S3. l-'.ollenaev. Bpssms, bt. tit Cent". . IS . 15 15 15 15 15 16 15 15 15 15 15 15 60 60 60 -80 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 84 phtl fitus" Danes. . 1 00 ulivrnted aore throat. . . 50 ti rkrant rnaveiitloni and fcruptions, au Vials, 60 cents, fa: $100 oept 25,82 sad 33;, FAULT CASES. Cats (Morocco! with above 33 largo viols aafl Manual of directions, . . - i"" Case (Morocco) of 20 lar(re vtals and Book, 6 00 Muffle Boxes ana t o . These remodles are sent by ea.e or single box to any country, free of charge, oa receipt of price. Address ""homeopathic Medicine Co.. Office and Depot, 109 Fulton strut. New Yoik Sold In Rock Inland by Benser A Thomas. Otio GroJan.ClSpeldel, and E. Breunert mwf OITY. R Wanted. A eirl that can doeeneral house work. Call at this office for information. It will pay to keep your Harness in trood condition. Use Frank Miller's Prepared Harness Oil. ; . For Sale. A eood familv horse and hnjrgy. For farther particulars call at this office. 20-dtf All kinds of House and Sim Painting. Graining, eta, with neatness and dispatch. Gire me a call Shop on Eighteenth street, ahove Third avenue. sep3-d3m C. Jcergens. Wide Awake Bail. The annual ball of the Wide Awake h..ee & hook & ladder company occurs on Wednesday evening, Nov. 28th, at Hilher s Hall. Music by John Biehl's orchestra. 7-101315 HALS BYE. HAIR DYE. BATCH KLOR'S CELEBRATED HAIR 7DYE. bt iu the world. Tim inventor has used thin sptended Hair Dvc for 87 rears with benefit to tht hair, and no injury to hts health; proof lhat it If the only truo and perfect Dye, Harmless, reliable. Instantaneous. No disappointment; no rldicalone tints; remedies the ill ertecW of bad dycB ; lenve-i th. i,iroft and twatitlful Black or Brown. Sold and properly applied at BATCULOR'S Wig rac tory. No. ltf Bond street, N. V, . Sold by all drug. gits THE ESSULT IN THIS COUNTY. TEE U27X02TS 985 MAJOHITY AN- ; SIBILATED. Vow Let Us hava &n Xnyeatig-ation cf , County Affairs. The results of yesterday's electionln this county, though not all that we could have desired, have demonstrated conclusively that the people are awakening to a con sciousness of individual preferences and are casting off party shackles. Most ex traordinary txertions were made by the teuton and its special party friends to car ry their nominees bj the sheer force of party discipline, but the people have shown by their votes that Buch tactics are no longer available as a means of success. The friends of the independent ticket have done nobly, and have made a gallant fight under unexpectedly adverse circumstances. The workingmen ou the other hand have developed an unknown, and, to most peo ple, a tjurprising strength. Had they con centrated upon the independents who are, and have always been, working for sub stantially the eame ends and views, the whole ticket would have been elected by large majorities, and there would have been a healthy change in the county office. They chose, however, to do other wise, and, through their mistaken policy of ha vine a separate ticket, have not ooly failed to elect any of their men but have defeated those who would have been serviceable io accomplishing the very re- farms they profess to so greatly desire, They however made a square stand ud fight and tt'od by their ticket like earnest and determined men and we honor their energy and efforts, thouih we think tLey acted under a mis taken policy. They might have assisted in securing success in a way that would have rroved beneficial to themselves and others, as it is, they have demonstrated merelv a "barren ideality." The friends of the independent candidates deserve al! i - rjy fxl. Hew Livery Stable. nonor ana praise. iney worseu wim au James F. Copp desires to inform his energy and a will tnat ougnt to nave Deen friends and the public that he has crowned with entire success in the eleciion opened a livery and sale stable at the I 0p tue wh0le ticket Dime Savings. Housekeepers who study economy in small things should use Dooley's Yeast Powder, the best, because perfectly pure; the cheapest, as every package is lull weight. lbe celebrated feoria snow cases; cheaper than any other in the market Uuality euaranted. Workmanship un surpassed. Rob't O.Lutke. manufacturer. Peoria, Ills., Field Bros., agents. Rock Island, Ills. 5-lOdly New Goods. Zimmer & Steceman. merchant tailors, have again received what fail and winter force us to like the choicest woolens, the finest cassimeres. Whosoever likes to feel warm in frosty season, eall and get an ele gant suit promptly made to order. lOdtf The ladies of tha Baptist church will eivj a sociable in the church parlors on Thursday evening of this week and would cordially invite all tn meet with them. Oysters, ice cream, &o, will be provided for all desiring. We Can't Talk without showing the condition of our teeth. Every laueh ex txises them. In order not to be ashamed ot them. let us use bozodont. which is sure to keep them white and spotless, and to give fragrance to every word we utter. ' United we stand," as the joined frag ments said to Spaulding s Ulue. MOSQUITO BITES. VEGETABLE POISORS. Rlng-Worm.Borns, Chilblains, Itching of the Head and all Eruptions of the Skin, Face or Body imme j. '.h Ko u...hln-'a Curative Oiutinent. Sold wholesale and retail at Factory, No. lb Bond street, and by all druggists. W. I BATCHELOR'S ALASKA SEAL OIL for the Hair. The Best Ballon in use BEAUTIFUL TEETH 1 WHITE AS PEARLS' 8onnd, Healthy Gnmf.Breath Flagrant as the Rote ... a k u' a Hatrhe r's Dentifrice. Sold whole-ale and mall at Factory, No. IB Bond street N. Y. and by all druL't'ini!. V. A. BATCHELOH'S NEW ITOCUE Black or wn for tinting the'.fla. n'i,i.v.f.,,FVni,rlii)li without dressing them. HnlH whulfcale and retail at factory, lti Bond St. New York, and by all druggists. Ask for them stand formerly occupied by A. Henry, 3d j avenue, between 16th and 17th streets. where he will be pleased to see all the old customers and as many new ones as choose to favor hiui with their patronage. Funer als promptly attended to. James F. Copp. Rock Island, Oct. 27, 1877. tf The Weather To-Day. The following shows the temperature at lEE A rgub UFFICE to-day as in dicated bv thermometer: 7 a. . 82 above sero IS 80 above sere 9 a. , 88a "18 T. u. 40 The Colorado petrified man will arrive in this city Thursday November 22nd and I be on exhibition. If the Union desires an investigation o county affairs, let it come. The Argus seconds the motion. If any person whom The Argus supported is found with soiled fincers so let it be. we are not afraid -of any such result. If the county clerk' office can stand an investigation we wi warrant the treasurer's office can. Let us have the investigation. We are proud of the vote which th county has given the independent ticket. and we thank the people for accomplishing what they did in its behalf. Considering the extraordinary conditions the canvas, the multiplicity of mix! Tor Sale or to Let. My brick dwelling on 2oth street is for sale cheap. It is commodious in every resDect. and io thorough repair. Gas, water and sewer privileges complete, If not sold within ten days it will be for rent. U. C. Connelly. Show Casos. SHOW GASES. ALL STYLES. CHEAPEST PLAO E In the City. Send for Price List J. E. BERRY, Prop., 90 Stato Street, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. B.0SEET G. LUTKE, (Successors to J, li. ZKIGLbB.) Manufacturers of METAL & WOOD Heartrending. Alexander wept because there were no more worlds to conquer, which was foolish in Aleck, but to come down to the presdt time it would be proper to remark thai Fred Hass laughs because his Climax has cleaned out all the other soft coal base burners, and has now a clear field. He has sold 126 this fall, and they are going off every day. Call and see them before buying. Important to River Men. Gen. Dumonr, supervising inspector general of steamboats, has completed hi- report upon the steamooat inspection service. The result of the year is flatter iog to his administration. He recommend- that the statues be so amended as to fix tho inspection fees at $20 upon all vessels of fifty tons or under, instead of $25 for all vessels of one hundred tons or under, and the ordinary rate per ton in excess. He also recommends a reduction of fees for license of first-grade engineers and pilots from $10 to $7, and second-class pilots, engineers and mates from $5 to $3. The $10 license fee for masters remains un changed. Of the first-class engineers and pilots there are 5.434. and of the secotd 4.231, uudot makers 4,528. tickets in this city and Moline, the unpar alailed amount of trading by the opposi tion, and the combinations entered into on the part of trading politicians, it is no dis credit to Blanding and Tituui or their earnest and honest friends that they have been defeated, and the insignificant ma jority against them both has only been ob taioed by me-tns which reflect no crodit on those who turned against them at the last moment. The figures below give the result: NOTES HEBE AHD THESE. Now "give as a rest." i K A few flakes of snow in the air this forenoon, i Porter is still the favorite beverage in Rock Island county. ' Let there be a fair count no seven to eight business in this county. -"Little Mao" won't have to "retreat" this time "and don't you forget it" A majority of the yoters in this county were opposed to the republican ticket. I The whole democratic city tieket in Peoria was elected yesterday, the mayor by 556 majority. Fifteen cars of tea, which left San rancisco Oct. 29tb, passed through this city, jesterday afternoon. Barlow. Wilson, Primrose & West s minstjels have engaged Dart's Hall for an entertainment Tuesday evening the 27th. Vnd who ish dot vot stands aronnd Und irafts his eyes upon de ground, Und sehwears by dunrter at his vale? Yy, he's ter pettea candidate t All of the Davenport mills will shut down orobablv this week. It is estimated that the stock on hand will, at close ot operations amount to about 18.000,000 feet Monev is in good demand io this mar keu Gazette, This is a good, newsy item remarkable for the fact that the writer would convey the idea there must be some markets where, money is not in good de mand. . Mat Smith, alias Patsey Brady, a young bootblack, was sent to jail, yester dav. bv Justice Hawes, in default of $100 bonds, for stealing six pairs of steckiogs from McCabe s store. -The "check" confidence game, that has so. often and so successfully been played and exposed still continues to flourish io this vicinity - several unsophis ticated individuals having been taken in lately. -The members of the Swedish Lady Quartet, who are to give an entertainment in Dart's Hall on the evening of December 7th. were given a grand reception in Chicago Monday night, by the members of the numerous musical societies in that city The resignation of W. B. Strong general superintendent ot the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy, has been accepted by the board of directors, with reuret lhat of Vice president Perkins has not been accepted, Mr. Strong wiil assume his new dutirs on the Atchison, T pka and oauta.be road December 15. The corner stone of tho new public library building, in Davenport, was laid yesterday afternoon by Hon. Z. C. Luse, ot Iowa City, grand master of masons in Iowa. The ceremony was witnessed by about 1,000 people. Hon. J. b. Dillon, of the u. o. circuit court, delivered an able and eloquent address. The residence of L. S. Davenport, on Bridge avenue, Davenport, was entered by burglars last night, and one dozen and a halt silver tea spoons, marked "h. J. and S. A. Davenport," six silver napkin ring? four marked "M. A. Tripp," and the other two "Mrs. A. Orossett,1 and a number of other articles were stolen, No clue to the thieves. MissKirkpatrick and her friends need not feel bad over her defeat they can find consolation in knowing that she received the votes of the most respectable class in each party. It was Sturgeon's free use of money in the saloons and the buying of strikers and f-ummers that gave him his vote in this city and Moline. It is stated on good authority that he has spent nearly two years salary to secure the office. 1 he woman s board of missions tor the interior is in ses-s'nm in Davenport, Among those present from this state are Mrs. Joseph Ilazen, ot Chicago, and Mrs, S. J. Humphrey, of Oak Park, vice presi dents; Mrs. E. W. Batchford and Mrs. J. B. Leake, of Chicago, secretaries; Mrs. Francis Bradley, of Evanstown, treasurer, and Mrs. C. II. Case, Chicago; Mrs. A. E. Nutt, of Glencove. and Mrs.L. H, Boutell, of Evanston, managers. STOVES." BAKING POWDER. oa ROYA BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure. Manufactured with special refe-ence to supply the demand for a uniformly pure and reliable article Tat tip fall weight and contains the exact strength of a pure baking powder. Made from Standard ttrape Cream Tartar, is free from say injurious substance, and perfectly wholesome. Every Grot er who sells It Is authorized to guarantee it in every respect to customers. - joe HORSE NAILS, GLOBE HORSE SHOE NAILS; SUPERIOR TO ANYTHING ELSE IN THE MARKET j Medal and the following: Report received at the Centennial Exposition BecelTed tha Highest Award of any ffoods of this class. "Ao. 239. Ghhfi Nail Co. Horse Shoe Nails. Pointed, Polisfied and finished-. '"The uniformity in size, smooth necs of flBieb, hardness and tenacity of the iron, cloeenees of flher nd excellence of the head and points; the tensile strength cf body, and riveting properties of these Nails, unite in making them of the very highest claps of manufacture. Recommended for sn award of merit." ... DANIEL 8TEINMETZ, Philadelphia, Chairman,! . J D. imbuukn, menmonn, a , CHARLES 8TAPLES, Portland, Maine, , G. L. REED, Clearfield, Penn., DAV. McHARDY, Aberdeen, Scotland. D. DJEKENBACU, Germany. J These Nails are for sale by Leading Hardware Merchants. Judges Group, XV. RUSTIC WORK. a. RUSTIC WORK Hanging Baskets, Rustic Settees, Rustic Chairs, Vases, Bird House s.Simiils Summer Houses and Rustic Fences. Designs of nil descriptions manufactured and for sale. PRICKS OK HANGING BASKETS. -ITn'.s Banging Basket In 5 sizes. 8, 9H, H!4, 13 and 15 in. in diametei : 75c; $1.00; $1.50; $2.0 ); $2 30. Sent by express to any part of the U. S.. on receipt of price. Send stamp for Illustrated Catalogue. tTJ3TI0 M&NUFACTUBIHG COT, M Futtoa Street, NEW YORK. jyMcntiou this paper STOVES. ANNOUNCEMENTS, Howe s concentrated syrup, the great blood purifier, and ague cure and tonic bitters, can be had of Bcngston and Thomas. 1 be Uolonnade Hotel, rhuadelpbia, u a model establishment It is superb in both style and appointment and its table and i nody 'Ojl r C- sC I fc- CC t- ff Of ri ilt-COsUO Jl uoa3jnigr;;g :5a-.S -ojo ; ; J -pjonns g : : : : ": ': 1 c r- t- i rt ss ("e Si looo ss ''f' : : raraix 1 1 ."S'2'-'oa : : i m c. c t o & l -aoidraoio ffe o,w ; ; ; ftj I . ,., , 1 . . . - 1 -r m co o 7-co7t'-cto?f j -pooMiv : : : : : : : SriOV CASLS! OP ALL DE8CRIPTIOXB. tlb Usiullton Street, PEOPIA, ILl Correspondence tsolicitcd 'and orders prompt; filled. ROBERT G. LUTKE FIELD KROS., Agents. Rock Inland BA2IN0- FOWDSE THMST PERFECT MADE. Tiiey sliipped off two car-loads of Vic toriun yesrerduy. five hundred and arty sold this season. dwtt It . c e E aT. :m .( - i. : 3 B5 a !c c " 2 t? a g-e-s S M?tS 5 I Parties wanting the best soft coal self- feeder, should buy the V ictoria. It s the heaviest and best made. At David Don's, Second avenue. dwtt Confidence Game. The Alex. Mitchell, on her arrival at Davenport yesterday had on board a man named John Neises, who with his family, were en route to Kansas. While the boat was at the levee, a man of genteel appear ance accosted Mr. Neises, engaged io con versation with him and told him he was going south on the boat and set up the whisky to him. In a few minutes the two got to be on familiar terms, and both took a walk on the levee, and were met by ROCK ISLAND TOWNSHIP. . Turin Adams, H .. 133 Blanding. I.; 137 Atwood.W.. 7a Trtamrer. Crompton, R' fOO : w 2 w 3 W;4 w 5 w H pTotai SO, 148 1401 155 Porter. I. . Ounnell. W.. Clfrk. Cook, R Timm, I Stafford, W. Supt. Schools Sturgeon, U. Kirkpatrlrk,I Kramer, W.. Coroner. Morris, K.... HarTis, W.... l.W si ; 63 82 165 8S 114! 105 ISM! llfi 158. 134 m 87 T7i 55 I 151 110 li)7i ii 118 13' 178 111 112 i:in 172 200 108 58 130 981 m 138! 57; 131 72 63 15J 9B 48j 120 73; 2 158! 103 I 651 114 m mi 105 lull VS 158 13(1' 94 125 1651 114 4Hi 4.; 1 60 171 12 ' 27 11 50 15' 595 617 4.77 551 654 4'J1 659 515 59 711 423 528 6S8 636 Maj 22 103 3' 1S3 52 Babies ought to be well taken care of, heir system dies not allow the slightest neUct. It'your baby suffers from colic or bowel disorders, procure a bottle of Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup, a simple but always reliable remedy. Only 25 cents. . How It Looks. According to tho latest returns from the various townships up to 4 o'clock this afternoon the indications are that Porter will be the only independent candidate elected. The returns, so fur, give Blanding I, 553 vo'es and Adams 1,656 a majority for the latter of 103. This will probably be reduced as Blanding has carried Cordova by three majority, and he will probably get 10 iu Buffalo Prairie and 15 io Edging ton. Adams will probably carry Drury by about 9 majority. For treasurer, Porter has now 1,717 against 1,681 for Crompton a majority for the former of 36. This is increased to 33 by Cordova, and be will no doubt carry Buffalo Prairie and Edgiogton and possibly Drury. For ei'irk, Cook now bus 1.517, and Timm 1.520 a majority for the latter of three but as Cordova is said to have giv en the former nine majority, added to nine from Drury, it is feared Timm cannot overcome his majority by the vote from Buffalo l'raine and Edgmgton. Dr. Sabine's "Indian Vegetable Cough Syrup is the infalable remedy for coughs, colds, hoarseness, and all diseases of tht t ronchial orwaus. Try a bottle. For sale by druggists generally. 6-4dly. Cast aside prejudice and use Durang's Rheumatic Remedy for rheumatism. It never fails to cure. Headache yields at once to Lodilles Headache Specific. Oulv 50 cents. Soldi by all drui;gist3 in liock Island and Mo line. Ibdorsed by the Medina! Fraternity, popular in every circle, found everywhere. blcnu s bulphur boap is undoubtedly the most popular purifier, remedy tr skin dis eases and injuries, and coiuplesional beau uncr in America, bold by all Druggists. Hill's Hair and Whisker Dye, Black or Brown, 50c. Popular illustrated book (260 pages) on Manhood! Womanhood! Marriage I Impediments to Marriage; the cause and cure. Sent securely sealed, post-paid, for 50 cents, by DR. U. Whittier, 617 St. Charles street, St Louis, Mo., the great specialist Head his work. XOUKI TOWNSHIP. County Clerk. j v cook, it. jl pr 2 pr tot'J j 149 853! 408 i 113 191; 31)4 ; S0 808; 436 ! 280 212! 632 1 116 2014 825 145 3UI 346 ! 146 S31 877 i 2-23 22 1 446 ! 168 194 3(52 893 259 552 66 U3 2t9 .180 175 855 818 399 717 181 SOO 381 4 314 County Judat, another min. nhn aniii In Mr Moiaoo' nun 1 L Adams, R acquaintance 1 our family is on boat and 1 w h Atwood, w t,; Kill V. RJ! U'vtt - county ureasurtr. win uiuai no uuui t uiid iciuiuiUK, I 8 n Cioinpton, U.. he said to him, well, can tyou wait a few days, and I'll send you a dratt, as 1 have no money about me but a check for $850. j Aue. Timm,'i which 1 have not got time to go and g.t XKii, cashed now?" Then, &b No. 2 sharncr M m sturgeon, R , , . I n rwimpamcK. l demurred, sharper No. 1, turning to Neises vv a Kramer, w . , . . ... . i lyoromr. saw, can you let me have SI 40 and von w a Mnrru r rnL- ihifl rhppl- as bopii-Ww orwl ...an, l!.. T F H Harris, W ' "ooiwij x I irnrfcnronrlatlnn may get it casnea on the boat, and then Against Appropriation. I'll make it all right," Neises went down after bis roll of bills and handed over the money, and took the check. It is needless to add that the sharpers soon after gave their victim the slip. Lon Bryson, the spent, vbh informpfl nf iri affair onA trength; the only kinds made bv a nrac- I.onf fnr . r . .u well as postal clerks and route agents, tical Chemist and Physician with scientific arrived, the confidence men were probablv The uniform will be of plain blue material, sftteM 'bis city. and is expected to cost something less than j ... ... ...j,...,, ouir- I " Una fTl . , Pnn TxTFm7T. Pttttx-v. ua j Pr purpose oi me oraer is oolds, use the popular remedy, Madame t0 KUard more "ectually against robberies Porter's Cough Balsam, the cheapest and of tho mails, and especially to prevent the one of the best medicines sold: Its virtues haudling of mail bags between nirnn. .nd years in the treatment of all diseases of the 68 " Ca"by PJr8n8 whold!y 'hroat and lungs, aud is confidently offered l8Ke auyantage oi tne presumption that as a reliever ot those diseases. Price 25. 1 they have a right to Le carrvinir the nmil I r.i i re . . i , t buu 4 eeuu per oottie. EONE THIRD IS SAVEDa in quantity by their perfect purity and great lLust Wear the Livery. Tho postmaster general has issued an order requiring employes of the railway mail service to dress in uniform. The or der includes local agents and messengers . I her are Jar wiroenor to the common adulterated kinds. Obtain the genuine. Ob serve our Trade Marks as above, 'Cream" Hiking Powder, "Hand and Cornucor)ia.,, Pny the Baking Powder only in cans seci"-cly labelled. Many have been deceived in icose nr bulk rowder sold as Dr. Price's. Manufactured only bv STIFLE & IRTfTrc. Chieaao. Itouit and Cincinnati. Central Presbyterian Church. Miss Van Duzee, of Turkey, will deliver an address in the church this evening at 7:3(j. bet all who have a missionary spirit com;. Miss V. is a delegate to the board of the Interior, now iu session in Daven port. She can tell us much about Turkey that will be interesting, and is an interest ing talker. It will cost you nothing to hear her. Come. Hot to get Sick. Expose yourself day and night; eat too much without exercise; work too hard without rest; doctor alf the time; take all the vile nostrums advertised, and then you will want to know HOW TO GET WELL. Which is answered in three words Take Hop Bitters! Seejother column. CHAMPION BASE BURNER! May well be called the KING OF iiBiii Tlie O For it received TEE FIEST PEZJJIW AT THK LAST COUNTY FAIR OVER ALL OTIItR-i. 250 OP THEM Were Sold in this City lael Season by FRED. HASS, IS STAB BLOCK. Opp. Harper Uouf. WHO ALSO KEEPS MCRRT & LaNSIAN's FLORIDA WATER. The richest, most lastbg, yet most deli cate ot all perfumes for use on the hand kerchief, at the toilet and in the bath. delightful and healthful in the sick room, relieves -weakness, fatigue, prostration. nervousness, and headache. Look out for counterfeits; always ask for the Florida VV ater prepared by the sole proprietors, Messrs. Lanman & Kemp, New York. For i sale by Perfumers, Druggists and Fancy tioods ilaalers. Pazzojji's Chemical Balm Hair Restor ative. To preserve and beautify the human hair. What it will do. Prevents the hair falling out. Increases the growth and beauty of tha hair. Retains the hair in any desired torm. Prevents the hnr from turning grey. Prevents and entirely eradicates dandruff. Heals pimples and keeps the head delightfully coot MONITOR :C00E STOYE! Acknowledged to be the best there i. made, for 'coiomj, Oisrafeilitj and General Gocd Qaalitifs. lbe !a !tt ik i .r . . - . - hair becomes rich, soft and glossy. Per II i&lLt S,SQ iCOii WltlS 13 ItSh IHei tliaU 88)' ictbiy menu auu win nut buii lao uat, tr OS- I oilier loos Move in the market. FEED HASS, Star Block, opposite Harper House. sesses an exquisite iragrance, ana as a dressing has no equal. Price 50 cents and $1 per bottle, Sold by all druggists. The Victoria has taken the first pre mium at the Dubuque. Des Moines and St. Paul fairs as the best soft coal self feeder. For sale at David Don's, dwtf Legal Blanks, of all kinds for ale at The Arotts Ounce Health Promoted. The complex structure of our bodies, and the various functions of the numerous organs on which both physicial and mental life de pend, are governed by certain laws, and require for their integrity and well being, certain soncomitant conditions that cannot be violated, nor even neglected with im punity. Among these conditions of the greatest importanoe Ugood and appro priate food, end good and nutritious food can only be had by using in preparing it such articles as are known to be free from poisonous adulterations.suchas Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder, which eminent chemists endorse as being perfectly pure and wholesome. Printing, Binding and Blank-Book work specialties at The Arous , UFFICE. No Dains will hft nnfi.rfrl trt rtlAnaa fmatnmaFi pouches that may be aeen in their hands. ; Satisfaction guaranteed. tf A Sure Thing. Dr. King's Syphilitic Remedy is warranted to cure Syphilis in the primary, secondary and tertiary stages", and in all its varied and complicated forms, and will cure the worst cases of venerial diseases, cases which have resisted the treatment of the most eminent physicians of America. It cures the first stage and heals the ulcers in a few days. It cures ulcers in the mouth, nose, throat, head, arms and legs ; 'also, hard pains in the boBes and joints, swelling of joints, syphi litic rheumatism, etc., in a short time. Price, $5 per package. Sent everywhere by express. A treatise on sexual diseases free. Sent mailed for two stamps. Sold by Dr. J. Dinsbeer, 508 North Seventh street, St Louis, Mo. Cures guaranteed or the money refunded. Dr. Dinsbeer makes Chronic Diseases a specialty. If you are afflicted, with no matter what, call or write. For sale by all druggists.. Nature's Triumph. Nature, in her luxuriance, has clothed the hills and the dales with herb and shrub, whose occult natures merely require the earnest appli cation of the scientific and inquiring mind to reveal their curative properties, for in the vegetable world a kindly providence has placed healing for all nations. The only 8pecificsfor any disease yet discovered are vegetable in their nature, and while quinine has been accepted as the only re medy for one class, the extract of the bu chu plant is rapidly taking its place as a sot ereign remedy for other of those ills afflict humanity. The type of disease to which it is remedial is a broad one, and its mani festations are legion, hut it may be started in general terms that all diseases of the urinary organs, whether caused by climate, irregularity, or Belf-generated, submit at once to the operation of its power. Helm bold'a Buchu for all such complaints, is the result of long research, and is acknowledg ed superior tu all other preparations. For Sale by WHITE LEAD. Pennsylvania White Lead Works. The Original "B7 A. FAHN ESTOCK LEAD ON REVERSE OF KEG. In 1844 he B. A. FAHNESTOCK & CO., brand of White Lead was first offered to the trade, ' d was soon acknowledged as the Istandakd fob Pcritv, Whitbnbss, Covebino Pbopibtibs Disability, which position it still maintains. - On January 1st, 1866, the brand was changed to "FAHNESTOCK, HA8LETT & SCHWARTZ," which change was countered necessary to protect purchasers against imitating and closely rewmbiing brands. ' NOTICE.-Havitg recently entered largeiy into the refining of Itg Lead, our Patrons will hereaft';' In order to avoid confusion and insnre prompt attention to orders snd inxuiries. please address tot- WELLS & CO., Pittsburg, Pa., all communications relatihg to the KAHNEiSTOCK. HASLETI SCHWARTZ and "PEN NSTf LVA N I A WHIfK LEAD COMPANY" brands of White Lead, Red Lea", and all products of the PENSSYLNANIA WHITE LEAD WORKS, PENNSYLVANIA LEAD CO., Pittsburgh, Pa., Feb. 29tb, 1879. . J. E. SCHWARTZ, Pre? - Having, during the past year, increased the facilities and product of the PENNSYLVANIA bi LEAD WORKS, we are prepared to furtiish promptly, either director through the leading Wuoiesai Dealers, the FAHNESTOCK, HASLETT & SCHWARTZ, PERFECTLY PURE WHITE LEAD. ' JIt . ,, timei We Invite the attention of dealers to this brand with the assurance that the quality will at au uc be maintained t its old standard of strict parity and excellence. C. T. WELLS CO , Pittsbubm, January, 18T7. ...... office 42 Fmh Avenue. laTFor Bale in EotS Island by JOHN BEUGSTOfl ; and In Davenport by Dessaiat & KutttDg.