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XXAXVOXB. Monday. April 30. 1S77. UELMBOLD'S REMEDIES. UELMBOLD'S GENUINE PREPARATIONS HELLIBOLD'S Componnd Fluid Extract OF BUCHU. Thia Preparation contains no narcotic or injnrlons drajf. Nor Is It a quack nostrum, recom mended for every disease; but for such diseases as are here enumerated, viz : for Dis 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 The Weather-To-Day. The following show" the temperature at Tmt Argus Oitic to-day as in dicated bv thermometer: 7 a. . 84 above ero U m, 45 above erc 8 a. , 380 " " I f. m. 48o " Tomorrow St, Louis Buckbeer and fine St. Louis Buckwurst at Lother Harms's. 29dit Wanted. A man ia a good paying bu siness; small capital requited, tor par ticulars enquire at Bellows House for three days. dlt W. MTEKSON. Maroney & Renfro have moved their paint shop into the building lately occupied by Newberry's feed store, on 17th street, bet. Third and Fourth avenues, and are now prepared to do house and sign paint ing, calsomining, and everything in that line. Estimates on work given. 27d6t Wanted Fifty young men and women to attend the evening sessions ot the Rock Island Business College. Special attention will be given to those desiring instruction in Book-keepine, Penmanship and Short hand. Term commences at 7.30 o'clock Wednesday, May 2, 1877. 30d3t Frey & Loomis, Principals. Full Weight in the Cans: absolutely pure material; careful chemical combina tion these are the secrets which have made Dooley"s Yeast Powder theacknowl- edtred nonnanel of this class or prepara tions. Now a days people have learned to study the question of health, and they have solved it in one direction by the use of this article. Hope Told a Flattering Tale. But never eyen anticipated so divine i preDaration for the toilet, as that delight ful preparation "Sozodont." So cool and refreshingly agreeable to the mouth and teeth, hardens and invigorates the gums gives a pure and healthy tone to the breath, cleanses, beautifies and preserves J . A A inflammation, which other remedies invariably l"c BUU ucjr. cause, and is pleasant to the 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 the? have been extensively used in various parts ot the United 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 the most decided and unequivocal satisfac tion, and produced the most salutary and beneflclsl effects. Numerous letters have been received from ome of the most dlatlntrulshed Physicians in the country, and from the Professors of several Med ical Colleges, all recommending in the highest terms, the value of these medicines, and their su pcrlorlty over other prep i: ations for such com plaints as the proprietor n i omtneuds. These medicines rcq .'re considerable care in the preparation, and the employment of differeut 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 Work of the Police Force in April. Drunk and disorderly 5 Drunk ' Dl-orderly conduct Disturbing the peace Vairrancv Violating nuisance ordinance 8 l-arceny o Embezzlement (ambling Robbery Total ...3J Charley Gray's Estate. The work done by this office for Charley Grays estate was ordered by Messrs Simonson & Stoddard, of Port Byroi' Tho charge is a reasonable one for tl work dooe, and it is a matter ot entire in difference to The Argcs Printing Com pany whether old Guyer allows it or not. The parties who ordered the vrork are good for the auiouut. dwtt. River News The Northwestern passed down Satnr injudicious and unkllful management, of those I jay night. She will proceed to Keokuk unacquainted with pharmaceutical preparations. I uhank'e cargoes with the Lake Superior, Numerous preparations of Sarsiparilla and of I and is expected to arrive here Wednesday Buchu, and various modes of preparing them I ,m her way Up. have been given, all of which, of course, will differ according to the mode of preparation which tacu Individual mav adopt. It Is, therefore, oi the highest consideration and importance to the pub lic and to the faculty that there should be standard preparations nf uniform strength, and possessing the most advantage. To effect this, and obviate the inconveniences alluded to, I have made a number of experiments to ascertain the most effectual means of extracting the virtues of Sar saparllla and the Buchu, und to discover the most eligible form for their exhibition. The experi ments have resulted moc i favorably, and It is with much pleasure I now offor to the public and the faculty my Compound Fluid Extracts, which contain all the virtues of 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 of water, is eptial to the Lis- The Belle of LaCrose passed up to-day well loaded. The Red Wing is expected down thi eveuing. She has two car loads of freight for the Peoria road. The Diamond Joe passed down yester day. leaving six car loads of wheat and two ot oil tor the Kock Island & ot. .Louis road. She is expected up to-morrow. An Interesting Land Suit in Davenport A Harvest for Lawyers. An important suit was commenced in Davenport, on Saturday, the 28th, by the heirs ot one Lieutenant E. G. Mitchell, claiming possession of a large tract of prop erty in the center of that city. Tho claim is that on May 2, 1836, P. G.Hambaugh, V... III.. T-i - .n.1 nnn kntiU ib nlW iwinn t a allouof theSvrun of SarsaDanlla. or the Decoc- of that City, who had located. With Others, tion, as usually made. Home Trade. On several occasions the Union has read its few readers sound doctrine on support ing borne trade, home manufactures and home newspapers. Particularly has it used very pathetic argument on the latter topic. Every time the Davenport Gazette captures a Ifresh batch of its subscribers it rushes frantically to the support of home trade, home manufactures and especially homemade papers. This is very proper. The people should be taught, should he educated to realize that to build up home business is to build a large city right here at home, The Chinese nation operated on this principle and China had its great Pekin. John Chinaman builded a big stone wall to accomplish his big city, and the big stone wall produced John China man. Now if the Union could only get a similar obstruction to the Davenport Gazette it might have some encouragement in making Judge Guyers out of the whole Republican party. Bnt how in the name of all that is logical can the Union expect to stop this wholesale desertion of its sub scribers, under its present management, without resorting to John Chinaman's argument? Every day it bundles up its ex' changes and sends them oyer to the Daven port Water Works where they are perused by an ex-editor of the Gazette; Davenport intellect brings all its profundity to bear upon them; they are gleaned by the inspiration superinduced by that ponderous machinery, and the next morn ing appear in the guise of a leading editor ial on the second page of the Union, home manufactures,home intellect!" The Republicans of Rock Island like it.whether because it contains a strong element of water, and less beer, as compared with other matter of the paper, or that they prefer retired (on no pay) Gazette talent to English lumber, or because it is the only genuine American goods offered them, is difficult to tell. A fact however. They have discovered that the label is spurious the goods second-handed and prefer to purchase direct from first hands. fhat our home manufacturers are not well patronized is not true. The plow shops are running full handed night and day and cannot fill all orders. The reason is obvious; they make the best goods in the world and sell them the cheapest, and are making money. So of our wagon and c image lactones. to ot the large soap works of arnock & Ralston, and the same ot every manufacturing enterprise in this city, Moline and Milan. No fail- ares take place among our merchants, If sme of their trade goes to Davenport there must be some good reason for it. It is certainly an additional expense and trouble for our people to go to Davenport, buy goods and lug them home, as can be seen they do every hour, at the bridge.and at every trip of the ferry boat. Examine that endless string of bundles from Peter son's. Are the goods better? Are the varieties greater? Are prices less? Or does the suobish i lea prevail in the minds of the purchasers that their clothes were bought in some larger or foreign city? Who so bold as to answer these questions honestly? A certain lady in this city told her friends she bought her dress in Dav enport, when she bought it at McCabe' A certain Davenport lady induced the papers to publish that her bridal trouseau cime troni ortn s, in ran, it was bought at the Boston Bazar in this city These two facts may answer the last ques tion. Will some one who has purchased goods in Davenport answer the other ques tions? Abel Kimball appointed General Su perintendent of the C. &. I. & F. Railroad Possibly no event in railroad circles has occurred in years which attracts so general interest and meets so hearty approval among all as the appointment to the gen eral euperintendency of the C. R. I. & '. R. R., of Abel Kimball for the last four years assistant general superintendent cf the Iowa Diyision of that line. Mr. Kim ball is, probably, the most popular railroad man in tha western country and has worked up vo his present high position by stricj attention to business and untiring energy. Accustomed to railroading from youth he has followed the business in all its branches uninterruptedly for 24 years and it may safely be said that, to-day, he is master of every branch. Personally, Mr. Kimball is one of the most obliging and courteous officials in the railroad business, and al though a strict disciplinarian yet his men all like him. t is seldom that the em ployer can maintain the dignity of his posi tion and be familiar with his employes without being at some time imposed upon, yet there is that about Kimball which in spires respect when orders are given, at same time making all feel at home in his presence. Mr. Kimball was born in Dover, Vermont, in 1827, and learned the machinist trade in that town, and while scarcely past his majority was placed in charge of the machine shops of the Connecticut River Railroad. After wards ho was master mechanic of the Cocbeoo Railroad and subsequently suc ceeded to the 6uperintendcy ol the road Later still he was appointed to the same position on the Newburyport and George town R. R., in Massachusetts. In 1856 he came west and was made master me chanic of the Mississippi & Missouri R. R., NOTES HEBE AND THESE. Last day of April Assessors'' meeting to-morrow. Chilly, windy day, and the sun shin ing part of the time. Ciiy Clerk Reed's office was crowded with peop'e paying their water rent to-day. All who have not paid their water rent will have their water shut off to-iuor row. A number of cars of live stock came in over the Mercer county road to-day bound for Chicago. frank Gardner, a vagrant, wa9 re leased from jail this afternoon, the city having paid his board long enough. Assessors R. M. Mitchell, of Hampton, and George E. Brown, of Buffalo Prairie, have received their books from the county clerk. Wm. A. Becker, of Burlington, Iowa, has taken charge of the German English school, taking the place of the late TV- 1 VT r rroi, nessenson. Green peas, cucumbers, and all the early "garden truck," with spring lamb and mint sauce, are among the attractions at the Harper House tables. Mr. T. L. Holmes, of the St. Louis road, has taken rooms for his family in Bengstoe's eiegant block. They will take their meals at Mrs. Drube's excellent res taurant. Thi9 cold snap caught a good many people witu their heating stoves down, and me cook stove movea to the summer kitcheu and there was grumbling and cnattering ot teeth A barn, belonging to David Sherard, near Keynolds fetation, was struck by lightning on the evening of the 27th and was almost totally destroyed. Loss about $300 no insurance. John Buffum, late chairman of the board ot supervisors, wis. on Saturday. appointed to fill the vacancy in the board from Andalusia, caused by the death of the late Kinnah Wells. Mrs. A. W. Merrick, from Knoxville Iowa, was in the city Sunday looking for her husband, a teamster, who, she had 1 I I 1 . 1 ' IT. T r. 1 n.;h u.J..oin n tv.,: neaiu, was iu mis city, lie leu nouie iu this year the road was opened to Iowa City, and surveyed as far Council Bluffs. During the panic of 1857 the road found itself crippled and unable to pay its debts and in this dilemma Mr. Kimball was called to its management. After struggling for years against great odds and under a heavy indebtedness the road final- The election for alderman in the Fifth ward, in Davenport, on Saturday the 27tb, resulted in the choice of W. (i Jones. Republican, over Joseph L, He Pert, Democrat, by a majority of 6t. Deputy Collector Eph Wood was busy to-day receiving the money due for specia taxes trom brewers, rectifiers, cigar and tobacco dealers and others who are liable IIV Tim MIT m" p " " THE MOST RELI-A3BIliTC ffrf 4t dt IN $b m 51 It will do the same work with one-half the fuel required hy other stoves ! For Sale by FRED HASS, Star Block, opposite Harper House. EEGA1IAS. WILLIAM L. ROBINSON, MANUFACTURER OP EEGALIA AND LODGE SUPPLIES, For Odd Fellows. Masons, DrmdB, Knliihts of Pythias, Red Men. Temperance, and all othr Societlts. DEALER IN - Gold and Silver Laces, Fringes, STAKS, BRAIDS, ETC. 386 Main Street WORCESTER, MASS INSURANCE HELICAL. ly succumbed and in 1866 was merged into to the tax and who intend to continue i the present C. R. I. A P.. on which road business alter JUay 1st he was appointed superintendent of the Eastern Iowa Division, and subsequently assistant general superintendent of the entire road with headquarters at Daven port; which position he held until his pro motion to the general superintendcy of the road. Mr. Kimball has many warm personal yu,d Lightning cures nervous head- friends in Rock Island who will be glad to ache don he is so well qualified to fill. TllE I . fAE, r13 g-!?.era,ly J" Arols takes pleasure in recording Mr. arc t practical or experienced, that Dvs- Kimball's good fortune and heartily endor- pepsia canuot invariably be cured, but we ses the action of the road which is to be are pleased to say ihat Green's August HELMBOLD'S (ouipoaad Fluid Extract OF SARSAPARILLA. a claim on the other side of the river, sold his onc-sixteecth interest in the land to Lieutenant E. G. Mitchell, then an officer at Fort Armstrong, tor the sum ot $100, The "Baby's Best Friend" the most and that neither Mitchell nor hia heirs appropriate title for Dr. Bull sfsaby syrup, I, or tWir nwnprshin Rnit i It is absolutely tree trom Upim, Morphia , ... j rn. I and other powerful agents, i perfectly safe .s now brought on th.s alleged deed. The and reUabfe under anKcircutstPance8 and by property thus laid claim to cmDraces aoout anaviDjj the usual Sttonacland Bowel Dis ninety blocks of the most valuable portion orders of Babyhood kwpj the child from of Davenport, and is valued at not less than $1,000, 000. The suit will probably be a long and interesting one, especially to property-holders on the tract in ques tion. The heirs of the deceased lieutenant reside in Connecticut. J. R. Sickels. assistant engineer at Weyerhauser & Denkman's saw mill bad his hand badly mashed this afternoon be tweeu a ruouing wheel and a timber at the mill. No bones were broken, however. Dr. Truesdale dressed the wounds. ANNOUNCEMENTS. concratulated on having so efficient and capable a superintendent. Mr. Kimball, will, for the present, at least, have bis headquarters in Davenport. Flower has never, to our knowledge, failed to cure Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint in all its forms, such as Sour Stomach, Cos tiveness, Sick Headache, Palpitation of the Heart, Low Spirits, &c, &c. Out of 30, 000 dozen bottles sold last year, not a single failure was reported, but thousands of com plimentary 'etters received trom Druggists of wnndprf'nl onroa ThrA ilniipe nn 1 1 r- jester u aiiacK aesires me pucii- Hevc any cafie. Try it. Sample Bottles 10 cents. Regular Size 75 cents. For sale by T, H. Thomas. A Scoundrel and Dead-Beat Exposed From the New York Sun, April 22, 1877. Mr, cation of the following card: Wai lack's. New York, April 20, 1S77. To the Editor of The teun. Sir: I shall feel greatly obligsd if you will allow me space to say, in answer to several inquiries recently addressed to me, that one James Wallack, now traveling through the western states with what he bills as the 'Wallack's Theatre Combina tion,' has not any connection whatever with me or my theatre, and that, to the bet of my belief, not one person in bis company has ever been a member ot mine. Lester Wallack. It affords us great pleasure to give the above the benefit of our circulation. This fellow, Jim Wallack, with poor old rrnouT an equal The hygienic properties of Murray & Lanman's Florida Water are a marked and distinctive fea ture of this delicious perfume. Its won derful power in relieving uervous head ache, fainting turns, ordinary hy.teria. and its healthlul disiutettant properties in the sick room, mark it as peculiarly adapted to the requirements ot the bou doir, the dressing-room and the bath. "The Best is the Cheapest.' i J. BUFORD, Represents the following Old and Reliable FIRE k LIFE Insurance Co.s. And will issue Polices ia any of them at as LOW A RATE as the risk will justify. -Etna, Hartford $ 7.115,624 Uartford, 4- 3,273,80'.! Pbueuix " 2,407.531 National, 1,040,524 Orient, " 776,179 Atl&f, " 434.809 Ine. Co. N. America, Philadelphia 6,601,883 Franklin,- " S.3.VJ.S65 Fire Association, " 3.7TS.651 American. " J.2.S0.'.t76 Home, New York ,104,6M Niagara, " 1,442,445 Maunatten, " 850,658 Westchester, " fi61,401 North Western Nat. Mil waukee. Wis.,.. 877,193 American Cent. St. Louis, Mo., 747,463 St. Lonis, " 347,001 St. Joseph, St. Joseph, Mo . 420,245 Home, Columbus, O 484,92 Firemen's Fund, San Francisco, (Gold) 703,623 THE MILD POWER UK nCMPHRETS HOMEOBjITIIIC SFECIFICS HAVE ritOVED, THE MOST ample experience, an entire success. Simple, I'rompt, Efficient and Reliable. They are the only medicines perfectly adapted to popular use so simple that mistakes cannot be made in using them ; bo harmless as to be free from danger ; and so efficient as to be always reliable. They have the highest commendation from, all, and will always render satisfaction. Kos. Cures.. Cents. 1. Ferers, Congestion, Inflnmniations, . , 2. Worms, 'Worm Fever, Worm Colic, . . 3. Crying-Colic, or Teething of Infants, . 4. Diarrhoea, of Children or Adults, . 6. Dysentery, Griping, Bilious Colic, . 6. Choleia-Morbus, Vomiting, . . 7. Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, . . 8. Nenralcta, Toothache, Faceache, . 9. Headaches, Sick Headache, Vertigo, 10. Dyspepsia, Bilious Stomach, ... 11. Suppressed, or Painful Periods, . 12. Whites, too rrotnse I'enoas, . 13. Croup, Cough, Difficult Wreathing, . 14. Salt Itheum, Erysipelas, Eruptions, 25 95 25 25 2 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 50 50 50 Sn 60 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 IS Hhenmatisut. Kheumatic Pains. 16. ver and Ague, Chill fever, Agues, 17. I'tles, buna or oieeaing, 18. Ophthalmy, and Sore or Weak Eyes, 19. Catarrh, acute or chronic. Influenza, 20. Whooping-Cough, violent coughs, 21. Asthma, oppressed Breathing, . . 22. Ear Discharges, impaired hearing, 28. Scrofula, enlarged glands, Swellings, 24. Ceneral Debility, Physical Weakness, 25. Dropsy and scanty Secretions, . . . 26. Sea-Sickness, sickness from riding, 97 Kla1nir-msease. Gravel. .... 2S. nervous Debility, (Seminal Weakness or involuntary discharges, ..... 1 00 29. Sore Month, Canker, ... .50 SO. Crinary Weakness, wettingthe bed, . 60 31. Painful Periods, with Spasms, . . 60 52. Disease of Ileart, palpitations, etc.,. 100 53. Kpilepscy. Spasms, St. Vitus' Dance, . 1 00 84. Diphtheria, ulcerated sore throat, . . 50 S5. Chronic Congestions and Eruptions, 5 ) Vials, 50 cents, (except 24, 32 and 33), . flOO FASIlVr CASES. Case (Morocco) with above 35 large vials a t Manual of directions, . . . 11, Case (Morocco) of 20 large rials and Book, 6 00 Single Boxes and Vials as above. jig- These remedies are sent by the ease or single box to any part of the country, free of charge, on receipt of price. Address Huomopathlc Medicine Co., Office and Depot, No. 562 Seoadwh, Niw Yobs. lor sale oy sua jfu(juu. Sold in Kock Island by Benser & Thomas. Otlo Grojan, C- Speidel, and B. Breunert mwf SULPHUR SOAP. irettine and cryiuc, sonniurious to itself and annoying to all. Price 25 cents. Ike Haley ia Trouble Again. Ike Haley, the late troublesome member of the Ninth Street M. E. church, has got into trouble ag-iiu, aud is now in jail on the charge of embezzlement from one of the "brothers" of the church, Mr. Alfred Caulclesure. The facta appear to be that, I -hi i. ti. - . j c 1 J :ij , ., I t i' , i , i i v. j: tua 1 aiuiuuKU me waauneoicu, uucu auu juiicu For puruying ine dioou anu removing an aisea.es ew x oi , wucre no uhu uCu uu. .u vu . . , . , . , ..Linn fsmm avnaatl t VofCUFV fh POIllf rnilatt. I . 1 TT . J . . U Ua . . .. . HI iniU(J IVIU al.VDD ' ' MH-IVUt vuivuiu vv Personal. 11. R. Cable. Esq , arrived home on a special train from Peoria yesterday from drunken John Dillon, has been roaming To remedy these defects ue Glenn's Sul lt o r n . v . over the west, advertising his second-rate show as connected with Wallack's of New York and his actors as from Wallack's in New York, etc, etc., and thus obtaining some standing and credit. This office was duped once by him in that way and Bright eyes, regular features and a grace ful figure, fail to procure their due effect if the complexion is defaced wiili pimples or Queen, England, (Gold) ii.4!.5Ti oioiciies, or uie PKin is roucn or narsn. Scottish romi Giamrow... 10.fifii.2m British America. Toronto phur Soap. Depot, Critteilton's, No. 7 Royal Cauadiao. Montreal Sixth avenue. LAllcmannia. Pittsburch. Pa Hall's Hair Dye restores the tinge of Miliviiie Mutual, Miiiviiic, N.J. . youth to gray locks. tutlonal diseases arising from an Impure state oi the Blood, Ac, &c. ; and Is especially recom mended for Scrofula, Tetter and Fimples on the Face, and all Scaly Eruptions of the Skin. SOLD BY past week, He spent to-day on the line of the Mercer county road. Hon. E. II. Johnston, of Port Byron was in the citv to-dav on business. He stopped at the Kock Island House. The Hotel Devonshire, of New York. This is a spick and span bran-uew first-class hotel. Everv room is bricht probably every large town in the west has and cheerful, well ventilated, and elegantly been sold in the same way. We are glad furnished. It is located just across the that Mr. Lester Wallack has exposed the 9treet from the Grand Central Depot, , , where every traveler may stop without UULUUUj,. I havinir tn hirp a arrir Ir. ia lrpnt nn the European Plan, and tho scale of prices Rheumatic patients who have been in. triai nn vonr visit tn the rittr Lycoming, Muncy, Pa U. W. rasseugcr, Hartford. The Wise Course in Rheumatism. Al! Droggists Everywhere. Ask for Helmbold's. Take No Other,1 turbine the peace at a house of ill fame in the lower part of tho city, several of the duced to submit to depletion by blood let members still had hopes ot his reform, taf. or t0 tate colchicutn and other drugs ana wnen ne as&eu to uorrow .nr. auicie enrp'a shnt rnn rnlnorl nf 9fl Mirr-hpl! 01 Huntley's tent, and John Phillips's boat consult tneir wen ncing Dy aDanaoning known Colonnade Hotel Lieutenant J. C. Ayers has been rehev- they loaned them to him, as he said he such insane procedure, and using as a ed from duty at Rock Island, and directed wanted to go hunting lor a tew days. In- substitute Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, to renort to headciuarters deDartment of "eaQ e Procee.aea AHa.aiu?!a a.D? soia which will infallibly afford them the much . 11. 11 f" I A. II 1.1 J fcj J I.. - . . " uwuur. neiore dusuee riuaiey, aou on ounuaj i, h ho ovn nir frrm t tho intlmo ()fi9,0SO 33,629 848,372 1,448,987 5,338,077 400,000 Conn. Mutual Life, Hartford 44,030,146 Total Assets Represented ff.18.033,490 Seal Estate. L. CHEISMAH'S REAL ESTATE No hotel in this country or Europe is .n 1 more tiinrnnohlr nnnifitrtatilt fur futmlip an equally pernicious cnaracter, will i, T:' " r i r, iu Philadelphia, Howe s concentrated syrup, the great blood purifier, and ague cure and tonic bitters, can be had of Bengstoo and Thomas. Quinine can be taken without taste by mixing in "Quinine Elixir." Cheap. Bet- cj . i l u . , , , I pying the same room with a woman named ftps aiqordered eonditions of the stomanh , , n ? ' 1Jru6K1fP kteP ll- or Saturday, house hunti.g-which looks I jn5 in tne iower )art of the city) and he "a!i Lillet s.aie he. ounce. Manufactured by V A. 1 I I A. I, a I I i I . . " I - V.J k J u wlu aau vwwau n aaavu J J 1 a n rtf! A VV rii Mr. J, E. Brickinridge, the form er road morning he was arrested by Policemen tory elements which give rise to maladies jckford was in town on tollman and Uorman i while he was occu- 0f a rheumatic and gouty type, and recti- master of tho Rockford Price tl per Bottle. very much as though he was to be the wis locked up in jail new road master for the Peoria, lie is Ike was taken before Justice Pinkley one of the best road masters ever iD this afternoon, but as neither side was s wnttrvvT' Tni nn 1 1 iiinui u i imti uu asj u u nil iirnun charge of any railroad, and has recently LQ jaU t 8erve t the balance of the sen- naa a aiyision or tne U u. i, & r., u. tence on his fane tor disturbing the peace, : Tm :.t- i..t.t i i .... v.i,i v,;, I in high estimation, and his appearance f(jr forty year(J it faa8 beeQ a guaraDtee 0f nerc ac mis time teaas people 10 Deueve good articles that hi Kcrviffls litivp hppri spctirpd for I ,i.Qt ; v i..AA How to Obtain Patents. Persous usuuny i a .; Ta7j i l.n, i) tii As rheumatism has a 1T 'fS, ii tuwiivwi y system accompany them tendency to attack the heart, the desira bility of an early resort to the Bitters is obvious, since the danger is increased by every moment of delay. niLLIER BLOCK, ROCK ISLAND, ILL. FOR SALE. 1in Acre Farm in McHenry Co. Pis. Goodlm- I & If provementg. Price $4,70O 199 1 9 Acre Farm in McHenry Co., Ills., 2J4 WW I W miles irom w oodstacK. Frice 9,000 O n Acre Farm In Storv Co.. Iowa. UU Price $2, BOO IPft Acre Farm. Franklin Co.. Kansas. IDU Price $4,000 1 Cfl Acre Farm, Douglas Co., Kansas. IVV GLENN'S SULPHUR SOAP. Thoroughly Cures Diseases of the Skin, Beautifies the Complexion, Prevems and Remedies Rheumatism and Govt, 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 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 ireckles. It renders the cuticle MARVELOUSLY CLEAR, SMOOTH and PLIANT, and being a wholesome BEAUTIFIER is far pielerable to any cosmetic ALL THE REMEDIAL ADVANTAGES OF Sl L- niLR Laths are insured by the use of Glenn's Sulphur Soap, which in alli tion to its purifying effects, remedies and pre vents Rheumatism and Gout. It also DISINFECTS CLOTHING and LINEN' and PREVENTS DISEASES COMMUNICATED BY 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 (o (Jakes), 60c. and $1.20. N B. Sent by Mail, Prepaid, on receipt of price, and S cents extra for each Cake. The American House, Boston, has been long and favorably known as one of the best hotels in the east. Its central loca tion. only a lew rods from new Washington County Court street, Faneuil Hall, the old State House Mondav. ADril 30. James Prowler, and City Hall, makes it equally desirable aged 15, was brought out of jail early this for business or pleasure. It was the first morning, and taken before the court, hotel in Boston to introduce tho greatest where he nlead euiltv to stealing irnn ot modern conveniences, a pal enger ele- seeking information relative to patents or from Reed's lumber yard. He was sen- vator, aud the nroprietors have ever been or Sis for of character or know better the place aesirinfr to obtain one will do well to read tenced to one year in the reform Bchool atlre.adyt(: adrt any nmprovements that BQ where a man can do the most good than the card of F. A, Lehmann, D. C, which Pontiac, and tha sheriff started with him might add to the comfort ot their guests. if II. R. Cable. Delivered to any address, securely packed from observation. Describe your symptoms in alCcommunlca'.ions Cares guaranteed. Advice gratis. I Medical depot, 104 South Tenth Street, below Chestnut, Philadelphia. Bewaie of counterfeits and unprincipled deal ers, who endeavor to dispose ot their own and "other" articles on the reputation attained by TricHy Evening- As wiil bo seen by Dart's HalL advertisement appears in this paper, Mr. Lehmann has for that place on the morning train. This be latest change, and one that will be had considerable experience in this line and will be Urowley 8 second term at the re- appreciated Dy an is tne reduction m will cheerfully furnish any desired infor- form school, he having been sent up once prices, which are now placed at $3 aud mation as to the mode ot procedure in se- from Henry county, for one year, for f,ol) Per day. 1 be large number of Us as win oo seen Py advertisement in mation as to tne moae oi procedure in se- rrom uenry county, tor one year, lor o,ov per uay. ine large numoer or us another t olumn, Kelly & Leon's minstrel curing patents, rights ol patentees, etc. stealing tickets from the Peoria railroad apartuieuts.its long tod spacious corridors, (rnll.;ii ,m.,. otn.r'a n,n tv;,i, Circular sent to aoy request, and corres- office in Orion. general convenience of arrangement, liber troupe will appear at urt a liall on t riday dence 80ncite(. See card in this issue John Lavin, a section boss on the C. R. I. of management and uniform excel- 1TC Acre Farm. Sumner Co.. Kansas. 1 1 l Price 01,600 Q n Acre Farm, Lyon Co.. Kansas. UU Price $1,300 A A Acre Farm, Douglas Co.. Kansas. fU Price $1,000 Atlt Acre Farm, Whiteside Co., Illinois', near TUU BterllBjj. irice 914,000 1AT 1 O Acre Farm. Rock Island Co , Ills. I Uf I L Price $4,800 Acre Farm. Callaway Co.. Mo. Stock Farm Price 9ia,ooo : OPfl Acre Farm. Atchinson Co., Mo. Splendid d WW Stack Faim. Price flO.800 l rw Vo rm IT tint Cf Vlrhlittn r! inlnln 1? Ber'.in. P rice f 5,000 LANDS in all the Wiwtebs States will sell lot i Cash or part Cash, and v mc ou the balance. Hocsks and Lots In Kock Island and a number of other places for sale or exchange for lands. "Call and pet prices aud location of lauds. Kock Uland, 111., Aug. 88, IHTti. Price $3,500 HILL'S HAIR AND WHISKER DYE," Black or Brown, SO Cents. C. I. CR1TTEXT0S, Prop'r, 7 Sixth A?.,5.T. BASING- POWDEB THEMOST PERFECT MADE. 315 evening, JMay 4th. 11ns 13 a hrst-class troupe and will undoubtedly draw a large house. Below is an extract from the Bal tiinore (b'tn, which speaks for itself: I'ords upeba House Kelly and Leon. No one could desire a better ruin strel performance than that ot Kelly aod Leon, aud could not get it if they did. 1 he halhidfl of Edwin Kellv. (Ilintnn smri Snrt. Uelmbold's Oenulne Extract Buchu, Extract riJgei wiU neVer grow old, and are beau" titully sung, while the comical sougs of the end men and their stories and conundrums are witty and fresh. "The Only Leon" is a complete artist as an impersonator of temale parts. His costumes, active btyle and voice are all as perfect as talent and experience can make them. "Norma on the Halt-shell, enacted by tossing Norma in a blanket, created the greatest amuse ment. Edwin Lester's solos and sonzs were admirably executed, and the songs and dauces of Walters and Morton were often encored. The musical comedy of IJis Urace the Duke concluded a ter- formance bright funny and free from all vulgarity. Ihey deserve the best patronage. of The Argus, I. Lpsteio don t tear competition Rice, one of his men, with a shovel, ap from anv dealer in the three cities. Com- peared and plead guilty to the charge ntnM 0rwi.,. l.:l ,v.:. He was fined $25 and costs. He paid $10, . . and was released on his promise to pay the liuaiuuicio tutu imviug uiu iiuuc laicn uuui 1 fjluQCe 600n force of habit, but once you visit Lpstein the difference in cost ot everything from & P. road, who was bound over to the next I 'enoe of its table, have given il a wide term of circuit court, for assaulting Matbew I spread reputatation, and enable its mana- EUSTLZS gers to offer inducements to be found but few other New Lngland Hotels. at I m,m ..-mi m Sarsaparilla, and Improved Rose Wash. A.L, HELMBOLD Suooeasor to and Manufacturer of H. T. HELUBOLD'b fienumc Preparations ! Uelmbold's Buchtj. Helmbold'e ! Buchu has long been known as one of the most, valuable medicines attainable in cer- Court Records and books for county taiu classes of diseases, such as dvsDensia. tl .1. I .111 1 I M V . n 1 . . m ' gaia war.cn to a silver tnimDio Decomes omces made in tne best manner at ihk chronic rneumatism, dropsy, cutaneous apparent I he thrones that daily crowd Arous Ofhck. I affections, and especially affections of the nis mammotn jewelry emporium luiiy 1 urinary organs. As a diuretic, it is supe- attest tne sincerity ot nis statements, I J HE iiousekeepebs responsibility. I nor to almost an other medicine in use. Gold and silver watches, plain gold and set It depends upon the kitchen whether land the ereat care with which it is tre- . . .... ..... . I .w. 1 CaVlI L m ell L1A. 1C tuat Ul I LIC lUllt'.lt'h H Ilfl WHI1IJ) if rings, plain and taucy sets ot jewelry and the tamily shall te robust, bncht and ener-1 pared, the ubsolute nuritv ot the nreDara- the trade, in Uieir eunerb sdtch win covkh. finini, evetythinjr iu thia line at net cost to close getie, or dull, stupid and slow. The house-1 tiop, aud the diligence used in the selection viiI1ce of clasps and harsh surface, which cut new, and strike every ch THE STAHDAED LOTTA AND Stitched Skeleton Lotta BUSTLEb! i on rl attention is respcctfullv solicited to mr new novelty in a Stitchkd Skeleton Bustle, now ready, without clasps, making a Buttle or boop Skirt a finer article that fit the fancies aud wants of ONE THIRD IS SAVED, in quantity by their perfect purity and great strength; the only kinds made by a prac tical Chemist and Physician, with scientific aria tf inanrA nntfnrmirv hfalthhllneSS, u1 nnt KnRtH n ia so In tprb nt nl h a knAr mAanrR nnt manhnnH .nil vnmon. r.f tho rnilu ...ocr;.l i. lAn ru "'"iL "" '."'""S lue"JUU- Buu u' . r . -1- -r- ' -"v. .. . v. .uu. iuiv.iai, umc u " " " i joiuiuK. i ney are radically new, and strike every SDriOir Stock of Sliver Dlated ware bought hood tO the tamilv. and her DCsitlon IS altfir nr.d wide n a rpliahlfi and ffFntivfi eve with their superior excellence, at nrices which at lowest wholesale prices for cash, which highly responsible one. How m anv suffer Drenaration. and one that can always be rnr.!?.i- r,ffara .,.., ot oor., fm K roJ- .l,.. k .U .- A V,C. Tl. " i----..w..,m,ieouaieiiKluB. i , . , mon tail Thia Bfru!? ia th fin faf ovar nflTprAf) I tft nf tho hnnaolroanAr tn una f hof tha fw.l I anAidca ITaln.hs-vl.l'a Ruth Vioa n I ClUtliuif the bTAMDARD Kum RKtut Ha unri IW r nn I .rinltaMt UmL rhtnin iha tronnine. ' - in Kock lslaDd aod was made especially for I provided is made frotu articles that are not I the production ot many spurious prenara- LpsteiD before he determined to tro into iniurious to health. A.monir the articles tions. which are made cheanlv and tiaced thA nitiaioul lnarrnmont. onrl marohonniaa I that ova ncoH in nnlin r- rrr mii-rtAcaa nrKtih 1 amn morlrot 4u Ka tn i uiupb OI toy OUier Iuauuiacturur. exclusively. If you want first class goods is perfectly pure and wholest me, is Dr. 1 tion acquired by Helmbold's original pre-1 since their introduction. h the Amerir!ne?ntu?i at net cost of manufacturers call and ex-1 Price a Cream Baking Powder, and be are I paration. Parties who desire a really good I ' ?KYh,.af Medl Diploma by the Centen- imins KnHtein'a litoflk. Star Rlnnlr. Rrif.W 1 irlnd that. hnnaplrnpnAra are Anmnrsoinir its I niAdininn srirmlil ha Anrafnl urA naa Halm. I ni Jtxhlbltion. r , -' I m . " . T I . - -- . w irnnuio n. iitu.. . . Island, - 16uU 1 sale b? a liberal patrouag,e, 1 bold a ouly. 1 iuce turphiiadeinhia ew lori; W1 1 cludinir the stahdard Ncmbbbs as and 6e, are now adulterated kinds. Obtain the genuine, un ready, in euperior workmanship, forming a com- Barvo m. Trlf' Af arka ns nhnve " Cream pleteline ot styles and size, in Punier, Trail and 7? our Irade Marks as abOe, i. short lengths, wnich wiil compare favorably with Baking Powder, "Hand and Cornucopia Buy the Baking Powder only in cans securely labelled. Many have been deceived in lo06 or bulk Powder sold as Dr. Price's. Manufactured only by . , STEELE & PRICE, Owa SC Low ojmJ Cwc