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MOCX ISLAJTO, XXJ.XVOIB. Frlly November 9, 1S77. MEDICAL. THE MILD POWER ITCMPirRETS nOSIEOrATUIC SPECIFICS HAVE MOVED, FROM THE MOST ample experience, an entire snoceas. Simple, l'romnt, KUicient and Reliable. They are the oaly medicine perfectly adapted to popular use ao simple that mistakre cunnot be made In tuinq thorn ; eo harmless as to be free from danger ; and so efficient mi to be always reliable, 'i'hey havo the kighest commendatioa from nil, and Hill always render satisfaction. Kos. Cares.. Cent. 1. Ftrni) Crmpestion, Inflammations, . . 25 J. Wonii Worm Fever, Worm Colin, . . 3i W B. OrTtnar-Colle, or Teething of Infanta, . JS 4. TMarrhera, of Children or Adnlts, . . Ji I 6. Ijreentry Oripinif, Itiliona Colio, . . Si . holer-.Horbns, Vomiting, ... 15 1 7. Coughs, Colds, l'.ronehitK . . , . Ji I. IVearaJgle, '1'oothwJie, Faceache, . . 15 9. Headaches, Kirk Headache, Vertigo, . ii 10. lyppla. Bilious btomach, . ... 15 11. Unppressed, or l'ainful Teriods, . . ii 13. Whites, too Profuse I'eriods, . . . . ii 13L 'roai, CoiiKh, lHtticnlt Brenthins-, . . ii 14. fait lthnm, Jjryairelaa, Eruptions, . ii 15. ItheumatUm, l.houmntir Tains, . . 55 18. 'or anl Age, Chili Fever, Agues, to IT. Biles, blind or bleeding, .60 19. Ophthalmy, nnd Boreor Wcnk Eyes, . 80 19. Catarrh, acute or chronic, Intluenia, . to 10. Vhoopl;-'Ot;ll, iolpnt coughs, . to tl. Asthma, oppressed Prenthintr, . . . M 11. l )ar IMaeliavrfres. impaired hearing, . to IS. ei ofts leu enlarged frlanda, dwellings, . &0 14. 4 General Debility, I'hyaical Weakness, . M 15. iMropew and scanty riecretions, . ... 80 Ifl. Nvs-Mlckneis, sickness from riding, . to 17. Kldnsjr-lHsease, Gravel, ..... tO IS. Nes-roas Iblltty, Heminal Weakness or Involuntary discharges, .... .100 J9. Hon Month, Canker, ... .to 50. 1'rlnary Weakness, wettlngthebed, 50 51. Palatal Fes-tods, with Bpasms, . . to SI. TMaeass ef Heart, palnitatxma, eto.,. 1 00 SS. Kptlepsey, ttpasms, St. Vitus' Danes, . 1 00 S4. Diphtheria, ulcerated sore throat, . . 50 13. Chroate Coaistestions and Ernptiona, 60 Vials, M) cents, (except S, 83 and S3), . $100 FAULT CASES. OS (Morocco) with aboro SS large rials and Manual of directions, . . 10 00 Cass Morooro) of SO large vtala and Book, 00 rl incM" Boxes and Vials as above. These remedies are sent by the ease or single box to any part of the country, free of charge, on receipt of price Address MurVlomo,opathlc Medicine C Office and Depot, 109 Fulton street. New York Sold In Rock Island by Benser Thomas, Otio Groan,0-Speldel, and E. Breunert mwf Wanted. -A girl that can do general house work. Call at this office for infor mation. It will pay to keeD your Harness in sood condition. Use Frank Miller's Prepared Harness Oil Best crints. 6 cents cer vard at Wivill f. r- " ' Z ,A Fob Rent A eood house two blocks from the postoffice. Inquire of F, Ludolph. .- 8dlw All kinds of Hoaae and Sim Paintinir. Graining, etc., with neatness and dispatch. uive me a call. Shop oa Liehteenth street, above Third avenue. 8ep3-d3m C. Juergens. Contemptible. NOTES HEBE AKD THEBE. The Union is angry it is terribly wroth, j Bank yourliouse. . rr... ia acting tie fool" During "the campaign -TheTDiamond "Joe wSl "go up in the it did more damaxe to Us own ticket than morning. . it could possibly -have done good for it -Sixty-six years ago last Wednesday and now when one of Its candidates is tie ot Tippecanoe. , - 4 , , ... . Love, the toothache, and tight boots defeated it continues to show its incom- ,,n ,K- ' .nnnt v,A nt tex-ret , , .u.uo nuu. w... .w. r- potency, js.yery time it opens its mouin Weyerhauser & Denkman'a saw mill it puts its foot into it In its desire to will shut down for the season to-morrow defend John V. Cwk it kites the public evening. soma news, hv Ravin? ttat "Doa" Web-1 Brother Haskell, the reformed clown. ster. Cook's deputy, worked against Cook lately an "evangelist," is charged with a ,t.. v. .... j.; forwog the name ot a Boone minister to a nigni to araw an oraer tor salary tas us A New York banker says that not 1 -a. 1 II lir . 1 1 a. ftV.jta' m . . naa noi earnea. w e oeiieve ima 10 ue one bnsmess man 10 tour can tell a onn false. The Argus knows that "Doc' terfeit bill from a good one. There seems Webster is a thorough republican, that he to be little use in putting out ood money lbe celebrated reoria show cases; cheaper than any other in the market Uaauty guaranted. Workmanship un surpassed. Rob't G.Lutke. manufacturer, I Peoria, Ills., Field Bros., aeents. Rock island. Ills. 5-10dly New Qooda. Zimmer & Stejreman. merchant tailors, have again received what fall and winter force us to like the choicest woolens, the finest cassimeres. Whosoever likes to feel warm in frosty season, call and get an ele gant suit promptly made to order. lOdtt We Can't Talk without ehowing th condition of our teeth. Every laueh ex poses them. In order not to be ashamed of them, let tis use Sozodost, which sure to keep them white and spotless, and to give fragrance to every word we utter United we stand, as the loined trig ments said to Spaulding s Glue. has always opposed the democratic party if it isn't half appreciated. STOVES. STOVES. Ylang-Ylang. The Ylang Ylang is a flower produced by a large tree, and its odor is so isowerful tbat it secenrs tlio air for miles around the trees Dr. Price prr pares his Ylanz Ylang Handkerchief Ex tract from the otto of these flowers, representing their delightful odor, and it is a charming perfume, haviog a fragrance unlike any other handkerchief extract All of Dr. Price's American Perfumes nre admired for their durability and sweetness. rri i . l a . r . 3 a., i.. l j j I . ine luaepenpenis aou aemocrais ui ana . uo u Lee county elected their entire ticket, ex- agaiosi a uis AKULs; mis is Dis rigui, u uo cept the county clerk. The county also desires it but that he is guilty of taking I gave a majority of 2.409 against the swind- moaey from the county that does not be I ling state house appropriation. long to him, or guilty of entering the office The many friends ot Lt. J. C. Ayres, .i i , j ,jn- e. will De pieaacu w auuw mai uc uao uku during the night and drawing an order tor ordcred Jo feport for duty at tfae Ar8enalt salary that he has. not earned must be jje wa8 formerly stationed there, and falte for the reason that he has furnished aome time ago transferred to the Depart the brains and experience that has run the J ment ot the Platte. office ever since Cook has held it Besides . -hissing by teiepnone is among tne , . . . , i latest scieniinc acnievemenis. oareiy he is not the fool to try to steal a month s u , Ws nrn ,hnM ho w:,l not in- salary. Now, has the Iiiton any proof of vegt lQ t0 machine for that purpose and what it charges? Doo" Webster is a be willing to worry along in the old way. youDg man, and, if innocent i entitled to Now are the days we read in our coun- jrSn rrnrn Bn ,mi, a iiari rnh'.il trv exchanges: "1 herebv certify that uvicuia iivui ov ov. iwuo u vuma , l, " y in j j er 1 l orn el ones nas cnaiienereu me, auu uuereu to bet ten dollars that he could Ipsk three rows of corn to my two. 1 have accepted his challenge and offered to tak his bet, but he gracefully backs down and out. Sam Smith.'' -The Union still continues to yell "fraud." and CJ.rge Mr. Porter's friends with "corruptness and intimidation at tbe EAia LY. HAIR BYE. BATCH KLOR'S CELEBRATED HAIR "DYB. ben in the world. Tbe inventor baa used this splendod Hair Dve for 87 years with benellt to the hair, and no Injury to his health: proof that it is the only true and perfeet Dye, Harmless, reliable. Instantaneous. No disappointment; no ridiculous Mute; remedies the ill effects of bad dyes; leaves the hair noft and beautiful Black or Brown Sold and properly applied at BATCH luus wig rec tory. No. ltt Bond street, N. Y, Sold by all drug- K'"t MOSQUITO BITES, VEGETABLE PQISOHS, Klne-Worm. Barn. Chilblains, Itchlnof the Head and all Eruptions of the Skin, Face or Body imrar dlately cured by Batchelor's Curative Ointment. Sold wholesale and retail at Factory, No. 1 Bond street, aud by all drugiclsta. -. W, IB-TCKLOB'S IIUSU SEHLIllL for the Hair. The Best Halr.OM in nee BEAUTIFUL TEETH I WHITE AS PEARLS I Sound, Healthy Gnras, Breath Fragrant as the Rose h. n.in.- w A. Ratchelsr's Dentifrice. Sold whok-Kale and rtnll at Factory, No. 16 Bond street, N. Y. and by all druggists. made, by irresponsible editors who are angry at defeat; it guilty, let the Union substantiute the charge let guilty ones be dealt with according to law or lot him be vindicated. The Argus speaks in the interest of the taxpayer it demands au investigation by the board ot uparvifrs and by the grand j election in Hampton towuship" but fails . It I " ff J . I . .1 .c, II .M HAnAHA V I '.I M.JVM .VIA jury, if any puoiio omcer or auy aepuiy i iio iwucu imi viuuiimu uium' I.-., j a- v.;k u. w.n hA0 i gaeeu nis uiacKsmnn eoop ia oraer wuu Ilan Uiarr U BUY ujuuct wuilu uao uvv vv.u i , . ....... - tain money to corrupt the voters cf the authorized by tbe Doara ot supervisors, or county . Qb, consistency!" etc. which is not allowed by law, mey snouia am a ba(j cow ecv me tt home be dealt with accorJiog to law. The ma- nights or I'll get you into trouble." and the iiritv of t h rmnrd of supervisors are re- complacent bovine, with the above no v.i: ,.,j ui. :;, e tice plainly written on a card and 'pinned" New Livery Stable. v ' 1 . J . to her tail with a string by an enterprising .Tm-a V fW HpirM to inform W K'u 'c 'D" CUizen. slowly wended her way homeward, frionta trio rnV.Vi tlmr r, Vina uaaBe a tnorougn inve8uganou. ii eucu i tne other evening, ask r. r. jic aDout opened a liverv and sale Btable at the investigation should point to the conviction it stand formerly occupied by A. Henry. 3d Uf rpnnhlinnn officers and their republican Miss V ulard and Wesdames ivelley . . .Ml I - - I , IT 1 . A , ... . I . A j .:ao Tk.. ckoll rnt ArJaa .Hi- ana nenry, laenunea wun ine cause oi - . ... ...... I temnerance throughout the country, havw question, for a copy ot this article shall he issued circalari reBpeclfau, urging upon mailed to each and every one of them. aM churches and temperance organizations We are lothe to believe what the Union to set apart Sunday next for special union charges upon "Doc" Webster, although services, to call the attention of the Christ we have no political love for him. Some of tbe heaviest tax payers in this city de mand this investigation, not only of the one order mentioned by the Union but of all the orders issued by John V. Cook and of the fees collected and left uncollected by this saoie officer. 1 CHAMPION BASE BURNER! May well be called the KING or MSB BIIlS ( CO V For ft received THE FSST FSEXI7K AT THE LAST COUNTY PAIR OVER ALL OTHERS. 250 OF THEM Wera Sold In this City last Season by FRED. HASS, IN STAB BLOCS, Opp. Harper House. ..... WHO ALSO KEEPS avenue, between loth and JUth streets. where he will be pleased to see all the old customers and as many new ones as choose to favor him with their patronage, funer als promptly attended to. James t. corp. Rock Island, Oct. 27, 1877. tf I, A, BATCHELQB'S in OTK Black or Br wn for tinting the.Ha. Whiskers or Mantachois without creasing them. Sold wholesale and retail at faClorv, 16 Bond St. New York, and hv si I druirtrists. Ask for them Show Cases. Dental Notice. Notice is hereby (riven, that Drs. J. W. Stark aud V. T. Magill are our only licensees for the use of Rubber as a base tor artificial dentures, in Rock Inland, 111. A.U persons are hereby captioned against purchasing rubber dental plates of any parties not licensed of this company, as by o doing they render themselves equally liable to prosecution for infringement. A reward will be paid for information that will lead to the conviction of any parties of unlawful use of our patents. Boston, Nov. 5 1877. 8-dlwl Jostah Bacon. Treas. Goodyear Dental Vulcaote Co. The WeatlxerTo-Day. The following shows the temperature at The Argus Office to-day as in dicated bv thermometer: 7 a. x. it' above sero 14 x above aerc 9a. M. 830 " " (8 p.m. 84 " Large stock of dre?8 goods at Wivill & Co's. 9d2t The Colorado petrified man will arrive in this city Thursday November 22nd and be on exhibition. ian public to and promote the success ot Dr. Henry A. Reynolds, who will inaugu rate a series of temperance meetings in i his state on that day at Cairo. Don't ruin your health, and, besides, make yourself disagreeable toother people bv vour continued coughing. A twenty - five cent bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup will cure you. Large bottles, 50 cents. Election Return a. The following is the result as ascertained by our reporters. The official canvass will be made to morrow, but will not materially , change the results given below. Baby shows are the fashion now, but as long as mothers continue to nurse their little ones with laudanum or other opiates, they cannot expect their Babies to look bright. If your baby needs medicine get a good and harmless one such as Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup. 25 cents a bottre. They shipped torias yesterday, sold this season. off two car loads of v ic Five hundred and fifty dwtf J , "$ if MONITOR COOK STOVE ANNOUNCEMENTS. 2 a S e a 2 D 4 o SiiO 17 OASES. ALL STYLKS. CHEAPEST PLAGE i Ia tbe City. Soud for Trice Mat J. E. BERRY, Prop., - 90 State Street, UK AGO, ILLINOIS. BO BEET G. LUTKE, (Successors to J, II. ZZIQIXH.. Manufacturers of METAL & WOOD Marriage Licenses. The following marriage licenses have been issued for the weekending Nov. 8th: 1. Chss W Fowler, Sarah M Simmon.. Nels Munsou, Johanna M Liudberg. John Oakley, Mary Swannon. Albert llailev, Lizzie Smith. Jamex M Parker, Isabella?! Brltton. Matbias White, Ida Stevens. Lawrences Swam. Mary Peters. Wm McClelland, Misan Spence. Jacob Ua'er. iiiunia farris. a. 4. 5. . . . C3 TJ1., .,.4 1., t ci..-.c.as8ri!;; Adams. : : : : r-:- : -x I Atwood. : : -i o Sct 3c v r- c. i i caMf 2;c Porter. : : : ' gSS 8. Gunncll. Si.uw. CASES! OF ALL DBSClillTlONS. aid Hamilton Street, PLGPIA, III Correspondence solietted "and orders prompt; filled. ROI1EUT O. Ll.'TKk FIKI.M UltOS.. Apents. Kork I.lsnd Cuts Both Ways. . Capt. Haverstick gives the editor of the Davenport Gazette a sharp rap over the knuckles for pretending to dictate to him how he shall vote ut county' elections, and for accusing him of possessing a doiuinetr ing spirit. Capt. Uaverstick is akeeul writer and sometimes sends hot shot. His letter to "the editor of the Davenport post office" closes with the following hot mouth ful for the two Englishmen, to "the walk ing-stick and umbrella boru" who fupplj the columns of the Union with political pabulum: "You may res! a.swured that when I need 1 any iwinticai w:.lnii l Kiiail not net-k it irouj an Iowa editor-certainty not Inun i oui who haw tint yet Ioki i h? "domineering' ipirit cliarMC'eristiu ot Ins nativiry. l he V ictoria has taken the nrst re- miuin ut the Lubuque. Les Moines and St. t'aul fairs as the best soft caul self feeder. Por sale at David Dou's. dwtf . o-. S k. S, cm -U Timui. Cook. J 1 I H I 7. -1 or. i SUifford. So-.afc.wS. wosjooiSi I Kirtpatri k ; to -l Ca Q C1 . M C Ii 5at w' J. C J ;ot-iix - jt ii- s I m eo at I o cc I , 1 Sturgeon. - Kramer. Morrlu. Ii o o ip 3 oik aco. 3a J : : w to- S OS S -1 Z, 3-- -1 O Harris. Ag'st App. For App'on BAEINQ POWDER THEFiSOST PEFi?ECTF1AD. v x.ir if 'lj' j The AUz. Mitchell Sunk A?ain. There seems to be a fatality attaching to the steamer Alex. Mitchell, of the K in. Liine, ana sne is nonuu to go to ttie bot tom "for keeps" some day. She left thi? port day before yesterday, and lat evening about 5 o'clock, when four mile? below Keokuk, she struck an obstruction in the channel, and sunk in eight feet of waer. She had two loaded barges in tow at the time. Their wero C5 passengers on r - board. No lives lost. The boat lies heading up stream. The Red Wing took her freight and the ar Eagle her i passengers. This is the second time this boat has sunk this season. The bull is badly damaged, and the kelson broken. There is no damage of any consequence to the upper works, except to the chimneys, rhich tumbled over when the boat sunk. The following is the total vote of each candidate, and the majorities. nis.rd.rg 1758 Adam 1890-132 Atwoi.d 1191 1'orter 1031 41 Crompton 1890 Gunnel! 1034 Timm 179o Cook 1867 67 Stafford 1189 Miss Kirkpatrick 1465 Sturgeon ...2074609 Kramer 1173 Morris 2323-891 Harris 1452 Agaiust appropriation 1224 For appropriation 122 Parties wanting the best soft coal sclf- feed'T, should buy the Victoria. It's the heaviest and best made. At David Don's, Second avenue. dwtf Scarlet all wool flannels from 25 cents up at Wivill & Co s. 9-d2t It Will Not Win Tho Cnion is excited oyer the result of the election in Hampton and calls the at tention of the state h attorney to tbe fact tbat the township did not give a majority tor Cromptor and request him to institute proceedings to have Crompton counted in hv tnmn kmil nf on 8 tn f nrvu .... caOriE THliiD AS .WW JE.P throw out tbe parish of Hampton on the in quantity by their perfect purity and great 8unda ot intimidation. The charge is itrcngth; the only kinds made by a prac tical Chemist and Physician, with scientific re to insure uniformity, healthfulnetw, deli cacy and freedom from all injurious substan ces. They are far auperior to the common adulterated kinds. Obtain the genuine. Ob nerve our Trade Marks as above, " Cream " Baking Iowder, "Hand and Cornucopia." Buy the Baking Powder only in cans Bect'eely labelled. Many have been deceived in toosc or bulk Powder gold as Dr. Price's. Manufactured onlv by STEELE & PRICE, Chioaon A fuu and CinannatL not made outright, but it is insinuated that the coal miners were intimidated with beer. Did the Union ever try to intimi date a miner with beer? -Let "the elegant walking stick with the umbrella" try it Once, by giving a miner all the beer he wants and we will bet two to one when he gets through with his intimidation he will wish he had never left bis native country, Those miners don't intimidate worth a tent. The "Bone and Sinew" Of our country have often especially about election time been made the sub ject of laudation; but when those usefu parts of tbe human structure become too visible in consequence of leanness, they can scarcely be called graceful. The eye delights not to dwell upon angles and ridges in either man or woman. Moreover extreme emaciation is a sign of imperfect digestion and consequent poverty of the blood. Both these evils are remedied by Uostetter's Stomach Bitters, which ren der digestion an assimiliation certainties, in consequence of which tho blood acquires richness and the body substance. Thus are the hollow places filled up aud the angles rounded cn. J brough tbe m- Btrumeutality of this peerless aid to di gestioo and promoter ot pbysicial wel being, the body rapidly gains in vigor, color returns to the hollow cheek, the appetite improves, nervous symptoms vanish, and a healthful impetus is given to every vital function. 8 30- County Sunday School Convention. The committee on programme of the county Sunday school work is composed of H. O. Sleight, Kevs. G. F. Linfie.ld. J. Hart, Hobert E. Swartz, and Mr. D. F. More. The committee on yesterday com pleted its work, and Mr. More hands us he following programme of the oouuty convention to be held iu the Central resbvterian church. Rock Island, on Monday and Tuesday. Nov. 26 and 27: MONDAY AFTEKNOON. 2 00 Devotional ex-.-rcises: prayer for a bU'g!ini npon the convention; led by Rev. J.K. Findley, Rock Island. Why did you come to this Convention? opened by Kev. A Harper, of Port Byron 8 00 Your Discouragements and Sacrifices, open ed Rev, T. K. Johnson, of Edginaton. 3 40 For whom is the Sunday Scohoi ln:ended? opened by Rev K N.Elion of Cordova. 4 15 Ouil ren's meeting; addresses bv H. O. Sleight, of Moline and Rev. T. Hunch, of Rock Island. EVENING. - 7 30 Devotional exercises; prycr fr-r the out pouring of ihe Holy Spirit on the Sabbath Schools of the county; led by Rev. J. A. Reynolds 8 00 Addresses Topic, The School and The Book; Why ehonld there be Sahbath Schools? By Ruv. G, R. Palmer, of Rock Island. 8 30 -Why should the Bible be the Text Book? by Rev. C. Noti D D. of Davenport v TUESDAY MOKNLNQ. 9 00 Thanksgiving and praise meeting : led by Rev J Hart, of Rock Island. 8 90 Su: day School music its influence and Im provement, opened by SW Spencer, of Rock Island. 9 50 -The requisites of a good Sunday School teacher; opened by Rev. G K Liufleld, of Moline. 10 40 Teachers' meetings -how to conduct them; openea ay Jjr J W Stewart, of Rock Island. 11 10 Intermission ten minutes. 11 HO Report of County Canvass by Thos Jewett, ana miscellaneous onsmess, ATTSBNOON. a 00 Devotional exercises. Praver for individual consecration; led by Rev It E Swartz, Rock Island. 9 90 Bible study in the family; opened by Rev J A Reynolds, Rock Island. 3 00 How shall we secure the attendance of all the Sunday scool ; opened by J W Uaney, Moline. 8 40 Cure aud cultnre of converted scholars; opened by D F Moore, Rock Island. 4 20 Opening the question drawer; by II L Mitch ell, Rock Island. EVENING. 7 80 Devotional exercises. Prayer for the nnl versal extension of Cbrist's Kingdom; led by Rev E Nesbitt, D D, Rock Island. 7 45 Address by Rev B C Barnard, Moline.Topic: The relation of the Sunday school to na tional prosperity. 8 80 Parting V ords ; address by Hon J B Ilawley, Rock Island. StTfi G ESTCONS TO DELEGATES. Bring your bible, blank naner and pen cil to the convention; also, your "Giwtiel U yams aud feacred Songs No. 1." Prepare in writing, any question you de sire to pnt into the question drawer. Identity yourself with the convention, and pray for its success. f?nr fiirr A mrt famtltr linrsA ar t buggy. For further particulars call at this I Q f vOOK &t0YC omce. isu-uu Howe's concentrated syrup, the great blood purifier, and ague cure and (oxc bitters, can be had of Bengston and Thomaa. 1 he Colonnade ilotei. Philadelphia, is a I model establishment. It is superb in both style and appointment and its table and service cannot be excelled. Acknowledged to be the best there i made, for EcoiOiHj, lhi& itit) and General Good Qualities. It vi!i Bake aed Cook with 1-3 Us fuel than am in the market. For Sale by FEED HASS, Star Block, opposite Harper House. BAKING POWDER. Dr. Sabine's "Indian Vegetable Cough byrup is the infallible remedy for coughs, oolds, hoarseness, and all diseases of the bronchial organs. Try a bottle. For sale by druggists generally. 6-4dly. Please remember that Lodille's Head ache Specific prevents as well as cures headache. Price 50 cents. Durangs Rheumatic Remedy is taken internally and cures without fail. Sold by all druggists iu Rock Island and Moline. RO lik Popular illustrated book (260 pages) )n Manhood! Womanhood! MarriagTe! Impediments to Marriage; the cause aud cure. Sent securely sealed, post-paid, for 50 cents, by Da. Whittier, 617 St. Charles street, St. Louis, Mo., the great specialist. Read his work. Indorsed by the Medical Fraternity. popular in every circle, found everywhere, Glenn's Sulphur Soap is undoubtedly the most popular purifier, remedy for skin dis eases and injuries, and compiesional beau tiner in America. Sold by all Druggists. Hill's Hair and Whisker Dye, Black or Brown, 50c. Mcret & Lanman's Florida Water. The richest, most lasting, yet most deli cate of 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 Water prepared by the sole proprietors, Messrs. Lanman & Kemp, New York. For sale by Perfumers-, Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers. Pazzoni'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 the hair. Retains the hair in any desired form. Prevents the hair from turning grey. Prevents and entirely eradicates dandruff. Heals pimples and keeps the head delightfully cool. The hair becomes rich, soft and glossy. - Per fectly clean and will not soil the hat. Pos Besses an exquisite fragrance, and us a dressing has no equal. Price 50 cents and f 1 per bottle, bold by all drutcists. The Indexical Soap manufactured by Robinson Bros & Co, of Boston, have long been considered by the public and the trade as the very best, and cheap est gooas in tne market Tbey have re cently copyrighted and are now introduo ing a novel and very popular style, under the title of Giant Soaps, embracins all the leading kinds, of the very best quality. delicately flavored, and are designed to attain great popularity. Journal of vnemmry. METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. We are indebted to Col. Flagler, commandant at itoca i.iuna Arsenal, ior tnc loilowlng: Rock Island Absenal Ixl. Week ending Nov. 8, 8 p. m. Nov. 1877. Thursday, 1 Friday, 9. Saturday 8. Sunday, 4. Monday, 5. Taesdav. B. Wednesday T. 9S) 45 89.30 89 54S Thursday, 8. 20.10 S9.10 ov. l and , amount of rain and snow fall 0. i. " . .1 Air , 0.10 Barometer. 7a.m. p.m. 9 p.m 29.05 99.05 99.20 99.30 SM.50 99.45 90.50 99.35 W. 25 90.40 99.50 99.00 29.H5 99.75 99.65 99.B0 Thermometer. 7a m.S.p.m. 9p.. 34 35 85 S4 45 3t 43 97 30 S3 38 39 3ti 31 34 7, 7, ec 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 full weight. - Wanted A horse to winter. For particulars apply to Box 1,104, Rock Isl 9dlt At this season of the year Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, and other affections of the J hroat and Lungs prevail Madame 6adoc rorter t Curative Balsam is a valu able remedy. 'JNo family should be with out a bottle in the house, lt is only 25 cents, and will be found worth .as many dollars for the cure ot the above complaints. itis ior saie py all Druggists, BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure. Manufactured with special reference to supply the demand for a uniformly cure and reliable article, "at np full weight, and contains the exact strength of a pare baking powder. Made from Standard Grape Cream Tartar, is free from any injurious substance, and perfectly wholesome. Every Groter who sells it is authorized to guarantee it in every respect to customers. ' HORSE NAILS, GLOBE HORSE SHOE NAILS i SUPERIOR TO ANYTHING ELSE IN THE MARKET! Medal and tna following' Report received at the Centennial Exposition Seceived the Highest Award of any goods of this clan. "JVo. 239. Globe Nail Co. Horse Shoe Nails, Pointed, Polished and Finished. "The uniformity in sire, smoothness of finish, hardness and tenacity of the iron, closeness of fiber, and excellence of the head aud points; the tensile strength of body, and riveting properties of these Nails, nnite in making them of the very highest class of manufacture. Recommended for an award of merit." DANIEL STEINMETZ. Philadelphia, Chairman,) , i. 13. niccmona, a , CHARLES STAPLES, Portland, Maine, G. 1 REED, Clearfield, Penn., DAV. McHARDY, Aberdeen. Scotland. D. DIE PEN B AC U, Germany. f J These Nails arc for sale by Leading Hardware Merchants. - Judges Gronp, XT. A Sure Thing. Dr. Kina'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 staee aud heals the ulcers in a few days. It cures ulcers iu the mouth, nose, throat, head, arms and legs ; also, hard pains in tbe bones 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 specifics for any disease yet discovered are vegetable in their nature, and while quinine has been accepted as the only re medy for one class, the extract of the bu chu plant is rapidly taking its place as a soy ereign remedy for other of those ills afflict humanity. 1 he typo of disease to which it is remedial is a broad oue. and its mani f estations are legion, but 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 cower. Helm. hold's Buchu for all such complaints, is the result of long research, and ia acknowledg es Duyunvu w uiaicr priparauooa. RUSTIC WORK. RUSTIC WORKI If Hanging Baeketa, Rustic Settees, Rustic Chairs, Vases, Bird Houses.Stsnds Summer Houses and Rustic Fences. Designs of fill descriptions manufactured and for sale. PRICES OB" HANGING BASKETS. prThls Hanging Basket In 5 sizes, 8, 9!-j, 13 and 13 in. in diameter : 75c; $1.00; $1.50; $2.00; $2 30. Sent by express to any part ot the U.S., on receipt of price. Send stamp for Illustrated Catalogue. J RUSTIC MAHUFACTURIHG COT, eO IFnlfar, KrAAt VPW VrTTT 59 Faltou Street, tSflfiention this paper. ..NEW YORE. WHITE LEAD. STANDARD Th WHITE LEAD WORKS) ruin i n CORRODERS AND MANUFACTURERS OT STRICTLY PURE WHITE LEAD Red Lead, Orange Mineral, Potters' Lead, Zinc Paint, Putty and Colors. Big r i ?lvMv 2 & "3 - g -at?" ) Awarded Ue GOLD MEDAL! PREMIUM. Nov. 1S75, by the Pittsburgh Tradesmen's Industrial Insti tnte, over all competitors for the HKS WHITE LEAD. t39"Onr price is as low a that of any ome Corroder. Obdebs Soucitco. Office, No. Filth Avenue, adjoining Exchange Natlooal Bant PITTSBURGH For Sale toy T. H. Thomas, Rock Island; and C- Piper, Moline.