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XXXXVOX8. Tuesi.tr. May 15, 1S77. : BADWATL SEMEDIES. READY RELIEF CURES THE WORST PAINS In from One to Twenty Minutes. Bengston's drug store. ' . . Tie Weateer-To-Day. - J The followinir shows the temperature I at Thb Arotjs Office to-day as in dicated bv thermometer : 7 a. . 67 'above er; H - x 730 above aerc 9 a. , Wo I p. a. 786 " Piano Tttntng -Parties desiring the services of a first-class piano taoer can procure them by learing orders at Mur phy's music store, corner Fourth avenue and 23d street. 2deod2w. Channel Ice. Persona wishing a pure duality of ice can have it delivered in -. .... quantities to suit by leaving oraers at NOT ONE HOUR after reading th.s advertisement need any one SUFFER WITH Y AIN , KA. JO W. A. Y S3 BELIEF IS A CURB FOR EVERY PAIN. It was the first and Is TIIE ONLY PAIN REMEDY that Instantly stops the most excrociatinu pains altars Inflammations, ana cares Congentions 15dlm Geo. Lambert. Don't forget the ball under the auspices of the Father Matthew Total Abstinence society, at Dart's Hali this week Friday evening. Ihe committee having the mat ter in charge intend this shall be the finest ball of the season. dl5-16-l7-18 Id traveling, the great burden of care, next to expeditious transportation, is the selection and location of the hotel whether of the Lungs. Stomach Bowel, or other q omfort conVenienoe and COUTtCSy, with elands or organs, by one application I , . , itho one to twenty minutes, moderate charges, are among the many no matter how vioieut or eicruciaunK me pam, me virtues ot the &herman House, Chicago Kneumstic, o-niuucu, uuu, ..i"-", ..... Neuralirtc or prostrated with diseaee may suffer, FEOM TEE HONaTHUBLOW WEED INDORSING DR. RADWAY'S R. R. R. ' REMEDIES, AI-rCR tmlNS THM rOK SEVERAL TEARS. New York, Jan. 4, 1877, Personal. Hon, Charles Dunham, of Geneseo, was at the Harper House yesterday, and left on the evening St. Louis train, Hon, John H. Hungate, of La Harper Hancock county, Democratic candidate for congress in that (the 10th) district last fall, arrived in town on the St. Louis train this morning. He is stopping at the Harper House, and will visit Rock Island Arsenal, Moline and other points of interest in this vicinity before his return. v Mr. Fred Weyerhauser, of Rock Island, president of the Mississippi Lodging Co., and also of the Beef Slough Boom Co., is now in the pineries looking after the the interests of those organizations. The rumor that sev eral mill owners in this vicinity had been arrested and were under bonds for cutting logs from government land is pronounced false. The river above is very low, and the log men have much trouble to float logs in the small streams. Only about one-third of the usual force of men are now engaged in the pineries. Maj, L. M. Buford, W. J. Browne, 0. G. Bryant and J. N. Huntoon, all con- uected with B. D. Buford & Co's, exten sive plow factory in this city, have gone to Columbia, Mo., to attend a large plowing DiarSir: Having for several years used your I tier 01 11. I. medicines, douDUngiy at nrsi,ont alter experienc ing their efficacy with full confidence, it Is no less ih M,ivnic wa hve derived from them. The but all agree on the merits ot Uooley s pills are re.orted to sh otter as occasion require, Ye&St Powder as par excellence the best l i U Ka ftuaivurf A. fT rrt 'Phil KfKOV I Masonic Regular Convocation of liar ret Chapter, No. 18. R. A. M.. this (Tuesday) evening. Work on the R. A. degree, All companions sojourning in the match which will come off there to-mor- city are coraiaiiy invito toattena. iyor- 0v. 25 w. hAV(, Wn entpre(i F. M. Boney, sec y. ...., 3 , . .c lur me liiaiuu, uu great, uoii ui luicicai Women dispute about other matters, iiu;i with the desired effect. The Heady Relief cannot be better described than it Is hy its name. We apply the liniment frequently aud free ly, almost Invariably finding the promised "Keliel" Truly yours, (signed) TUCRLOW WEED. Dr. Kadway. Badway's Ready Belief WILL AFFORD INSTANT EASE. Inflammation of the Kidneys, Inflammation of the Bladder. Inflammation of the BowelH, Conges tion of the Luntfs, Sore Throat, Difficult Breathing, I'alpitatlon of the Heart, Hysterics, Croup, Dlptheria. Ca tarrh. Influenza, Headache, Toothache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Cold Chills Ague Chills. The appllcitlon ot the Heady Kellef to the part or parts where trie pain or auucuity exists win oi (ord ease aud comfort. Twenty drops In half a tumbler of water will in a few minutes cure Cramps, Sprains, Sour Stomach Bartnnrn, Sick Headache, Dlarrhiea, Dysentery, Colic, Wind In the Bowels, and all Internal Pain. Travelers should always carry a bottle of K AD WAY 8 READY RELIEF with them. A few drope. In water will prevent sickness or pains fromchanire of water. It is better than French Brandy or Ut ter as a stimulant. of all. Grocers throughout the country keep it, and find it gives supreme aatislac- is manifested as to the result. George A. Bayle, of Alton, Ills., and one of the firm of Daniels, Bayle & Co., proprietors of the celebrated "Kendall lion, liy using it the housewite is sure oasery, oi tuai piaue, was m uie uuy of delicious bread, rusk, rolls, biscuit, to-day in the interest of the concern. buckwheat cakes ana all the ueucacios m T?at,in :fl nn - tr;n fn ni,nmiA n. j- r 1 " " mauc iiuui uuui. i- c. o 1 i v . : . apuna, ot. I aui auu me up nvei uuuuuj The Teeth of the Future. If the where the "Kendall goods are widely consumption of Sozodont continues to in-knowD. George is one of the most gen crease in the present ratio, the teeth of the tlemanly and conscientious business men Future wui ue a great ttuproveuieui uu those of the present day. Its universal use would prevent all dental defections. and render one of the most essential por tions of our material organization as orna mental as it is useful. Spalding's Glue repairs everything but personal iniuries. FEVER & AGUE Fever and Agne cured for fifty cents. There is not a remedial agent in the world that will cure fever and ague, and all other malarious, billons, scarlet, typhoid, yellow and other fevers (aided by Kadway's l'ills)eo quick an Kadway's Heady Relief. Fifty cents per bottle. HEALTH TBEAUTY! Strong and Pure, Rich Blood Increase of Flesh and Weight Clear Skin and Beautiful Complexion Secured to all. OR. RADWAY'S Sarsaparillian Re&o.Yent Has made the most astonishing Cures; no quick. so rapid are the changes of the bodj undergoes, under th Influence of this truly wonderful med icine that Every Day an Increase of Flesh and Weight is Seen and Felt. The Great Blood Purifier. Every Drop of the SAKSAPARILLIAN RESOL VENT communicates through the Blood, Sweat, Urine, and other fluids and Juices of the syxtcm the Vigor ot Life, for it repair" the waste ff the body with new aud round material. Scrofula, Syphlit, (louimmpiion. Glandular Diseases, Ulcers in the Throat, Mouth, Tumors, Nodes in the lilanda and other parts ot tne system, sore ityes, sirumorou Discharges from Sktn Diseases, r Hlim Worm, Sa on the road and is always welcome to Rock Island, While here he is a guest of the Harper House, Messrs. Saba Armitage and D, G. Lowrey, members of the city council of Keokuk, and S. S. Curtis and W. C, Stripe, citizens, are a committee sent out by Keokuk to examine water works with a view of constructing works in their city. They have visited Peoria, and Epstein Means Business, and in order to close out his stock of jewelry, etc,, within the next 60 days, will sell every thing in that line consisting oi fine gold watches, plain and fancy sets of jewelry, I after examining the works at Reck Island plain old, eto, etc., at net cost. 1 he and Davenport, will visit Muscatine TZitl80:, t0 mak5 r?0?1 Vn" Marshalltown, Desmoines, Cedar Rapids anna, t Irtrans. ftp. . nnw nrnnnii Kn-I r atom rlofipa n.-vmn'oritirm nnrl will soil Clinton and Lyons. They stop at the goods at prices which cannot be duplicated Harper House. this side of Boston. Everything first class Fred. Wild, general freight agent ot the ana pt latest styles ana designs . uia Wesitern Un;on road a o. CanfielJ atvlp lpwplrr nt npr pent hplmr the c ist. I ' Remember h sale nnlv last fifl davs. keneral freight agent of the P. P.&J Now is the time to secure bargains. 1 road, and Mr. Ridclell, general freigh Don t toreet the place, Epstein, btar agent 0f the Wisconsin Central r jad, wi DIOCk, iiOCK lSiaoa. IJUIU orrKro :n tu:a tn.mnrrn tn f ,fU J. V. Mahoney, general passenger and A Musical Treat. The music loving people of Rock Island freight agent of the Peoria & Rock Island will be clad to learn that Miss Jennie road, as to the rates to be charged those Dutton, of Davenport, will give a grand 1 lines for the transportation of freight ove concert in Dart's Hall, this week Thurs- the Peoria road: day evening. This lady is a singer of rare Mr, H. B. Dutcher,station agent for the merit and is well known in this vicinity. Western Union road, in this city, has She will be assisted on this occasion by taken his wife and grip sack and gone on a Mrs. Atwill, nee Miss Alice Dutton, Mrs. visit to friends at Fort Atkinson, Wis., Ferdinand Smith, and Mr. J. Strasser, I They will return in a few days. thus making a combination of vocal talent seldom equalled. The programme selected I Ten years of assiduous activity would be for the occasion is one of rare excellence cWrfully given by many a sufferer lor I flAftt nn i v . Klnnrl w !tinh mi n n t n J l T . MC'siirS ffi and Wl oJ-"y be lveQ ln admirable mun-' frm diseMe. Thefclabor of a few salt khenm. Erysipelas, Acne, Kiack I style. Attention is directed to th auver- hours wi Spots. Worms in the. Klexu, Tumors, Cam er in the ... c . r Womb, aud ail Weakening aud l'ainful Diechurjri. I tmement and programme on hrtit page ol this paper. Reserved seats can be secured will purchase that most energetic NiL'ht sweats. Loss of Sperm aud all Wastes of tin- Life Principle, are within the curative range of thi" wonder of Modern Chemistry, and a fow davs use will prove to any person using it for either of lhv?i forms 0' disease Its potent power to cure Uieiu. IT the patient, daily becomiug reduced hy the wastes and decomposition that are continually pro gressing succeedd in arresting these wastes, ami repairs the same wlih new material made from healthy blood aud this the SAKSAPARILLIAN will aud does secure a euro is certain; for when once this remedy commences Its work of puritleit tion.and succeeds in dimlnixhing ihe lorns of Tr Its repairs wih he rapid, and every day the patient will feel himself crowing nctter and stronger, the food ditrefttng better, appetite Improving, ami flesh and weiisut Increasing. Not only does the Sarhaparilliah Rkolvknt excel all remedial atrcnu In the Cure o( . hrnnir, Scrofulous, Constitutional and Skin Diseases, but it is the only positive cure for Kidney and Bladder Complaints, Urinary and Womb DineaHes, Gravel, Diabetes. Dropsy, Stoppage of Water.Incnutiuuance of Urine, llriulit a i lseaxo, Allniiiinurln, and in ail oieo whero the.ru are brick-dust deposits, or the water is thick, cloudy, mixed with substances like the white ot an egi, or tbruads like white silk, or there is a morbid, dark, bilious appearance, aud white hone dust deposits, and wbeu there i a pricking, Imrn inK sensation when pausing water, and 1'uiu iu ihe Small of the Iluck and alom; the Loins. Tumor of 12 Yearn' Growth Cured Kadway i ltcxolvent. BivcBLr.Mass .July Da. Radwat: I have had Ovarian Tumor ovaries and bowels. All the doctors said was no help for it." 1 tried everything recommended, but uodiing helped me. 1 saw your Resolvent, and thought 1 would try it ; hut had no faith. In It. because I had suffered (or twelve Year. I took six bottles of the Resolvent and one box of Rad 1 ful have for twelve years. The worst tumor was in the left side or the bowels, over the groin. 1 write this to yon for the benefit of other. You can publish It if you Choose. 11ANNAU P. KNAPP. PRICE, 1 PER BOTTLE. AN IMPORTANT LETTER. Ann, Arbor, Mich., April 30, 1H75. Da. Radwat Eind Sir: I have been taking your Resolvent, Regulating Pills, and also using the Reudy Relief about one year 'or ovarian tumors on the abdomen wh!c he uioi eminent physiciuns oi our Medical Colli ( .-pronounced incurable. They were like tits on a tree. When I was sit ting ln a chair the hung almost to the floor, and blood searcher and Blood Mixture. purifier, Dr. Bull's at Crauipton's. A Bi "Week's Wort. Last week Weyerhauser & Denkman's. "Frank Miller's" is a household word. For forty years it has been a guarantee of good articles. sawmill only run five days, but during Labor Strikes, and the iii-lit to Work, that time more lumber was sawed than The Clevcland (0 Standard 0il Com- Las ever been made ly any two mills m pany,s ,.00,ier3, li500 io alu who 8frnck this vicinity, during the same length ol three weeks ago, have agreed to return to rollowing h the cut tor each day: WQrk at tho conipanya terujs but wi,h a promise that as business revives the wages will be increased. The company also agrees not to employ boys in their shops, : but to give all the work to men. The coopers are probably not a3 well off as they I would have been had they not struck. time Gancr Fide. Tuesday 11S.2'.7 feet Wednesday 107.71ft " Thursday ... (S,1U7 " Fri.luy !.tW7 " Suturday S3,?:6 " Rotarv side (16.574 feet r.i.i7i; " (iJ.Oi 57.85H ' 807,Brtl feet .8r',HG7 feet eight leet in size. the treatment lie receives. JJavis is n t an who bcn himself, as he really is, is iadway-s puis, ami two bottles of your Ready Re- respectable; but when under the influence lei: aud there is not a sign of tumor to be seen or I r .. ... . . . , olt. and I feel belter, smarter and happier than 1 of liquor he IS too dangerous to heat large. Uazette. The writer of this does not know Davis never saw him, that he is aware of. The Gazette says be is a re? pectable man, when not under the influence of liquor, but that "'he has fully earned the treat mcut ho receives." Has hi been uuder the influence of liquor in jail? If so, who furnished the liquor? Has a sheriff the my weight was 275 pounds when I commenced with riKht to punish people for what Occurred your remedies, and now it is 210 pounds, but they I , . are not an gone yet. 1 nave taken twenty-tour bot tles of Resolvent, nine of Relief, and twenty-four boxes of Pills. I get the medicine from G. (iren- vill. Please send me your hook "False and True." MRS. C. KHAPt'. Another Letter from Mrs. C. Rrapf. August 1H, 1875. Dr. Radwat Kind Sir: I take the liberty to ad dress you again. My health is greatly improved by the use of your medicines. Three of the tumors are entirely gone, and the fourth is nearly so. Dropsy is goue, health still improving, and my weigh' decreasing evry fat. 1 have had a greut many calls this summer to inquire ol' the wonder ful cure your medicine has done for me, one from Ohio, one from Canada, three from Jackson, and quite a number from this place. Yours with re spect. MRS. C. KRAPF. We are well acquainted with Mrs. Krapf. She is an estima'iie lauy, ami very oeuevoiem. sue uas i ., . T 3 r t a been the means of aeiiing many bot:ies 4f the Re- those present were J udge benson, K. A bJ..r.n and Gen. Sanders, of Daven aome wonduiful cures effected by it. Yours re spectfully, EBRRBAC11 & CO. Auu Arbor. Mich., Aug. 18, 1175. Totals 4,'.i feet Grand total in 5 days The falling off in the number of feet sawed each day after Tuesday w3 on ac-1 Strikes scarcely ever benefit those who count of small and knotty logs. 1 strike. And trades' unions, as managed, Weyerhauser & Denkmao's is the I do no good to those who belong to them. boss" saw mill on the Mississippi, llhey generally support a lew leaders. while the masses are made worse off by Another evidence of tendencies of these unions. He has fullv earned I as at present managed, will be touna in NOTES HIRE AND THERE. -The street car track between 5th and 7th streets was being raised about one foot to-day. Two or three more burglaries in Dav enport Sunday night, but they were all petty affairs. No arrests. Kling, the shoemaker, is putting up a neat two-story frame house, on 7th street, between Second and Tnird avenues. President Warner Bays the street car company intends to spend about $3,000 on the line of the road and on the cars this season, Good enough. The forests are now a!mass of green, the leaves having increased remarkably within the last few days. The grasss is yery luxuriant and ol the deepest green. J. H. Cleland & Co., have just re ceived a handsome 10 foot Italian marble monument which they intend to put up for Wm. Y, Johnson, living near Rey nolds. One of the sights on Second avenue to-day was of a well-known., citizen at tempting to paint both sides of his picket fence at once and sit in a chair all the time on one side. Coroner Vermillion's health is very poor he has been unable to walk or even stand ud for two or three months, and now he is losing all use of his arms and hands. It is a sad misfortune. The second trial of Chas. H. Eldridge, in Davenport, for selling mort- aeed property with intent to detraud tne purchaser, has resulted in his acquittal of which all his friends will be very glad. The guards at Rock Island Arsenal won t have a monoDolv ot the nsmng around the Island, hereafter. Iheyve played thnt game out, and caused a good deal of unnecessary censure of the com mandant and officerj when the fault was with the guards. -There will be a meeting at the Methodist church this evening for a re hearsal qt the feerviee ot oong, prepara tory to tue fortnightly, meeting in Dart s Hall, next Sunday afternoon. Jtlon Hiram Price, of Davenport, will speak next Sunday. Wm. Roeder. a shiD carpenter, em ployed at the boat yard, while at work j with an adze.yesterday afternoon, let it slip and a tendon of one of his big toes was cut entirely off. Dr. Gait dressed the wound, which bled profusely. He will have a stiff toe. Mrs. James Broderick intends to erect either a handsome monument over the grp.ye of her late husbaud, or have a neat chapel built, one-half ot which will be deeded to the church for a public tomb while the other half will be ased tor a private vault for the Broderick family. Billy Wilson has a prospectof open:ng his railroad ticket office pretty soon, in his cigar store. He is already offered one read, and has a prospect lor auu trier, lie will put in a telegraph wire and employ a clerk in the cigar store who can do the telegraphing, so that he can know where trains are, and whether belated and if so when they will arrive. Such an office is much needed io this city. Street Com'r Boynton is doing bis work very handsomely, about town. By the way, the stone crossings (now that the street car track has been raised) should be raised, and Mr. Boynton should see it done at once, or authorize Mr. Warner to do it. They were never high enough. A crossing level or nearly level with the street is useless. Put them up. The crossing will not only be Detter but pre vent fast driving. The 19th annual convention of the Illi nois Sabbath School Association com menced its session at Peoria to-day, at 10 A. m. It will be in session three days. Delegates left here on the 6 a. m. Peoria train this morning. We noticed, from the LionKregational Sunday school, ot Hamp ton, Miss Ward,- from the Baptists, in Moline, Rev. Mr. Linf'eldt, F. M. Sinaet aud Will Hillhouse: from the Methodists, iu Iluck Island, Mrs. E, W. Spencer aud Miss Eruma Philp. There may have been others, but if so their names are not known to u-j. The police and citizens had a lively hut unsuccessful ruu to capture Wm. Easton, in the alley in the rear of Siar Block, about noon to-day. William is a ailr by trnde and formerly worked at Loeb's but lately he has taken to gam bling and, some think, stealiDg- lo-day. however, he attempted to exort money from a couple of women bv teliine them that he was a detective, and that if they did not "come down" he would "give them away" to the police. . Instead, they gave him away, and then Wihiam had a lively run but he finally escaped. The officers captured his carpet-sack, how ever, which contains many articles used by gamblers and confidence men. The baggage was afterwards claimed by another party, but the police still have it. The murder THE SYLVAN SCULLS. Charles A. Barnard Makos the Best . - Time on Itecord. 1JV- T uu li 1 Hal TOR Rock Wand feels its proportion of pride in tha enerprizing Moline boys of the Sylvan Boat Club, and we take pleasure in copying Mr. Tillinghast's description in the Gazette, t f the splendid performance of Charley Barnard, as follows: Success seems to attend the Sylvan Boat Club in whatever it undertakes in dividually and collectively, at home and abroad, on tha water and on the concert stage. On Stfiday last Charles A. Bar nard, a member of the Sylvan Boat Club subjected himself to a wonderful test of physical endurance in wb'.ch he made the best long distance row;ne on record. Ihe course chosen was a stretch of the Calumet river one mile and one-half in length. The race was one aeainst tim acd endur ance in which only two entries were aade that of Wm. B. Curtis, the renowned athlete of Chicago, and Mr. Barnard. The former weighs 175 pounds and rowed in a 3oi pound shell; and the latter weighed I40i and used the same shell he rowed in at Peoria and Burlington last summer; it weighs 31 J pounds. A bad northwest wind prevailed from the start. which was made at 8,45 A. M. For the first 7 miles both men rowed nearly side by side. After that Barnard pulled a little ah? ad and turned the stakeboat several times from 10 seconds to 2 minutes before his competitor. Curtis took a rest of 14 minutes at the end of the loth mile in his trip. At the end of the 18th mile he was obliged to stop.Barnard then being about a mile and a half in the lead. Bar nard continued the race f or the sake of a recoid and achieved one which has never been equaled, beating Curtis's 50 mile match with John Edelemao on April 25, 1875, by one hour and 16 minutes. At the end of the 30th mile his hands were terribly blistered, but he continued with great pluck. Mr, Barnard made his first mile and one halt iu lo minutes an THE MOST RELIABLE WX 3X It will do the same work with one-half the fuel required by other Stoves 1 For Sale by FRED HASS, Star $locK, opposite narper iiouse. fluid uasnmra. LUIB Will positively afford relief by external d the application. It cures on the instant iNeu 49th and 50th miles each in 1:40 minutes lralgia. Nervous Headache, Rheumatism, At the end of the 18th mite he stopped j Toothache, Earache, and all nervous pains, seven minutes; at the end ot the 2ith mile en Ao rty MGT(J MEDICAL. 15 minutes for lunch: at the 33rd mile seven minutes and 17 seconds; and at the 42d mile seven minutes. The t ital time was eight hours fifty-fiive minutes and twenty secmuis. Sold by all Druggists at 50 cts. and $1 per bottle. For gale in Rock Island by John Beneston. Affectionaately dedicated to the memory n i c. u.-t i', ;iai , j I J t, 1 1, i i y j m - fill Miss., by her loving aunt, Mrs. Susie B. I ill no HOOT 10 Smith, of Hock Island: IllG UCCl 10 "Death lives a shininc mark" and truly in cutting our sweet flower are these words verified: INSUBAKCE the Cheapest, m rnTTV vtt.'.i Tsntrnr.T?. - fitky nrMPniiETS' HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS HAVE rilOVED, THE MOST ample experience, an entire micce98. Simple, l'rompt, Efficient and Reliable. They are the only medicines perfectly adapted to popular use & simple that mistakes cannot be made in usinif them ; so hurmleua as to be free from danger ; and go efficient as to be always reliable. They have the kighest commendation froux all, and will nlwavs render satisfaction. Nos. Cures.. Cents. 25 25 !5 25 21 25 25 25 25 25 Give with the sainted dead The loved who have gone before ; Oh! happy souls now tread. The sands of the golden shore. Husband, mother and brother. Gad comfort each surviving one ; And pive them grace and strength to say. Heavenly Father, Thy will be done. Bnt the parting from earth is the union With all that makes heaven ahove. To die. is to hold rich communion With Uo& and the angels of love. Beverly i.Mass.) Citiztn please copy. J. U. BUFORD Represents the following Old and Reliable FE a XT . . it v . A. iEW HORSE KEMEDV. IjlttlC as many may think, it is proved by experi ment that by mixing with one feed, each j day. about a tablesnoonf ui of Simmons Liver Regulator, horses that are let down will improve in health, become hearty eaters, shed off well, and get in condition sooner than by any other remedy. It slightly moves the bowels if given in larger doses, and is easily administered by mixing the powder with the food, for stock j will eat it. Major Bacon, the great stock I farmer of South Carolina, uses it for stock and chickens with great success. Li Insurance Co.s. And will issue Policies in any of them at as LOW A RATE as the risk will justify. The People Realize that May Bro's orient. pnees for crockery, glassware, table cut lery, etc., are from 40 to 60 per cent lower than usual rates. Everything at net wholesale prices at retail. Stock first class, and complete in every department. Elegant china sets, breakfast, dinner and tea sets, vases lamps, etc., at lower prices than ever before offered in R ck Island. All eoods m.-irkei iu plain figures- no fan cy pnees. v.-ail ana re convinced that you can buy eood? cheaper than elsewhere ihi- side ot Chicago. 15dlt iCtna, Hartford.. Hartford, ' Phoenix " National, ANN0UN3ELSNTS. Atlae, lna. Co. N. Atactica, Philadelphia .. ... Franklin, " ... Fire Association, " American. " Home, New York Niagara, " Manhaiten, " 'ostchester, " orth Western Nat. Mil wnukee. Wis.,.. mericau Cent. St. Louis, Mo., t. Louis, St. Joseph, St. Joseph, Mo Home, Columbus, O Firemen's Fund, San Francisco, (Gold) Fluid Lightning cures nervous head ache. Queen, England, (Gold) 11.42.571 is, lBii't. Michael Davis, the Reynolds desperado belonging to them. or in the now iu Jil, writes a letter to The Abgus jnorniia f "i iid "there . . . , - , , , u i ., tne dangerous tend i that was stating that he is locked in a cell four by The most excellent attributes to the suc cess ot a hrst-class hotel are courteous treatment, a well-appointed cuisine, and well-furnished rooms. You can find all these at the Colonnade Hotel in Philadelphia. cottit-h Com'l, Glasgow British America, Toronto Royal Canadian, Montreal Al'etnannia, Pittsburgh, Pa Millvilie Mutual, Millvjlie, N. J. Lycoming, Muncy, Pa K. W. Passenger, Hartford before they were in jail? We can hardly think that sheriff Perkins wants the repu" Itationofau inhuman officer. It is the sheriff not an understrapper like Pete Mungcr, who is responsible for affairs in the jail. ' Meeting1 at.tlia Harper House in dela tion to Decoration Xlaj. The committees on decoration day ex ercises from Davenport. Rock Island, and Moline. met in the parlors of the Harper House yesterday afternoon. Among r. itadway's EEGTJLATING FILLS port; an Dr. 1 L. McKinnic, W. G. Morris, ttnd Sam. Kennedy, of Moline, Judge Beuson were unanimously chosen chairman. A committee consisting of Judge Benson of Davenport, J. M. Beards our telegraph columns, where poison was used to drive away men who were willing to work. When murder or even violence of any sort is resorted to io order to drive people from work who are are willing to work lor offered wages it is time for peo ple to arouse and refuse to employ any such union men. We do uot object to union associations.to protect their interests in a lawful and proper manner, They have just as good aright to form unions for such purposes as have bankers or rail road men or any other cluss of business men. And they have a perfect right to ask jjst what they please for their ser vices, and a perfect right to refuse to work unless they get their price. But they have no right to lay a straw in the way of persons who are willing to work for other prices. Every man should s be free to make his own arrangements, in that re spect, The law of supply and demand will control the price. And every em ployer must be left free t j offer what he pleases for work, and any man who chooses to accept the price offered must be pro tected in his right to earn a living. The public are bound to stand by this position, and to punish all who interfere with any one who is willing to work at such price as he pleases to work for. perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with aweet ley of Rock Island, end Dr. P. L. MeKin- Kuui, (jurgv, igi iu.c, punier, Cleanse, miu Bircuiu en. Kadway rills, lor the cure of all disorders of the btoniach. Liver, Uowcls, Kidneys, Uludder, Nervous Diseases, Headache, Conciliation, Costive- j ness, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Hiliotis Vever, Intlummation of the liowels, Piles, and all Derangements of tho Internal Viscera. Warranted to effect a positive cure. Purely Vegetable, con taining no mercury, minerals or deleterious drum. .r Observe the following symptoms resulting from disorders of the Digestive Organs. Constipation, Inward Files, Fullness of the Blood ln the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust of Food, Fullness of Weight ln therltomach, Hour KrupuoUB, Sinking or Fluticr lugs ln the Fit ot the Stomach. Bwimining of tha Uuad, Hurried and Difficult Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating Sensation when la a Lying Posture, Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs before the Bight, Fever and Dull Fain in the Head, Deficiency of Ferspiration, Vvllowni-ss of tue sain anu h.yes, fain in tne Hide, luest. Limbs, - and sudden Flushes of Heat Burning ln the Flesh. A few (loses of HAUWAY'8 FILLS will free the system from all the above named disorders. Price cents per box. Hold by druggists. Bead "FALSE ND.TRUE." Rend one letter-stamp to KADWAYjA CO., No 83 -.7"uSl"iNaw Vork... luiuruiaUoa worth tnou ) wUl U Mat m. uie of Moline, was appointed on orator and chaplain. R. A. McCuIlough of Davonport, J. M. Montgomery of Rock Island, and W. O. Morris of Moline, were appointed on programme. The Daven port committee on ground composed o Judge Benson, Dr. Bell, Edward Russell. lien, danders, ana 1. A. 0. ilussell was authorized to wait upon Col. Flagler and obtain his permissiou to use tae grounds, etc, The matter of selecting the chie marshal was left to Moline. The commit tee on music consists of J. S. Altman Davenport, Dr. G. M. Keller Rock Island and Sam Kennedy, Moline. J udge II. II Benson was chosen president of the day. A vote of thanks was tendered Mr. Ilar yer for the uae of bia parlors, False Impression. It is generally sup posed by a certain class of citizens, who trial of Amhrnsp. Tirme. for tb "e not practical or experiences that Dys of Minnie Bennicke. in the PePsia cannot invariably be cured, but wc RlftpL- Hills" harrnin. Darpnnnrt mm. are pleased to say that Greens August menced in that city to-day, in the district Flower has never, to our knowledge, failed court. It will be remembered that wheD w cure dyspepsia ana uiver uompiamt in the shooting occurred th.re were two ai1 lta forms, such as bour Stomach, Cos Swedes in company with Bone, who im fineness. Sick Headache, Palpitation of the mediately escaped and all efforts to find them proved useless until yesterday after noon when Marshal Jennings, of Daven port, learned that their names were Charles Ioaeiand alias Nelson, a blacksmith at thn trlnca fnotnrv in t.Ktfl itTr nnrl f!liarLo Gustafson. a laborer at Weyerhauser & cQt' Regular Size 5 cents, Denkman s saw mil . He came over after u - -i nomas. them, and induced them to eo over the river and testify in the case. After getting hem across the river, they were locked up in jail for sate keeping. POLICE COUJBT. Tuesday. May 15. Win. Furlong, pro prietor of the St. Louis House, and John Fanning.a boarder, were arrested lasteven ingby Deputy Marshal Blackburn and Policemen Itosengeld and Gorman, for assaulting John Highland and Wm Aggan, They were taken before Justice liayden. who fined them $5 each and costs. They say they will appeal he cases to the circuit court. Better not it will only add costs. Real Eatate Sales. Wm. W. Johnston to Davis Little, 23S acres, in sec. 26, township 16. range 2 w Bowling dated March 10, 1876, for $735. Printing, Binding and Blank-Book work specialities at The Arqus Office. No pains wid be spared to please customers. haUslaotiou guarauteea, tf Heart, Low Spirits, &c, &c. Out of 30.- O00 dozen bottles sold last year, not a tingle taiiure was reported, but thousands of com phmentary letters received from Drusreists of wonderf ul cures. Three doses will re lieve auv ease. Trv it. Sample Bottles For sale niTUOUT AN equal The hydenic properties of Murray & Lanman's Florida v ater are a marked and distinctive fea ture of this delicious perfume. Its won derful power in relieving nervous head ache, tainting turns, ordinary hysteria. and its healthful disinfectant propcrtie in the sick room, mark it as peculiarly w v.. x, t . i. Av., .m mgut, auu doir the dressing-room and the bath. nere is anoiner on tne liocK island & o , T 1 I l I 11.1X1 jjouis roaa: J.ue ceieuratea reoria stiow cases: About 12 o'clock last niht. whila fWnr cheaper than any other in the market. Two Men Mangled to Death. Our Moline correspondent sends us an account ot the violent death ot a man on (Quality guaranted. Workmanship un surpassed. Hob t G.Lutke, manufacturer agents, Rock 5 lOdly Davidson, a brakesman on the St. Louis road, was attempting to uncouple an en- Peoria, Ills., Field Bros , gme from a moving freight train at Mon- island, ills. mntlt Vi fVnUUMIft VtlU TrW- oKnrmrl I, ,11 I nn thft fr:rIr nnrl throo nr iatii nnra nnacnH I . . . ... . . mvianhood: womanhood! Marriage over ms hody, cutting it in two, besides Impedimenta to Marriage: the cause aud otherwise horribly mangling other portions cure. Sent securely sealed, Dost-paid. for of his body. He was instantly killed. Deceased was a brother-in-law of Con ductor Wm. Kingdom, on whose train he was a brakesman. Davidson was about 28 years of age, and was married, living in 50 cents, by Da. 0. Whittier. 617 St. Charles street, St. Louis, Mo., the great specialist, xveaa his wort. 7.1I5,6i4 3,273,St;9 2.407,531 1,040,334 776,179 4:i4,S09 6,001,883 2,3o2,Sli5 3rTTS.051 1.2S.K7ti 6,104,t)r,l 1,442,445 850.658 861,401 877,193 747.4HS 347,001 420.245 44,622 7i3.fi23 1. Fevera, Congestion, Inflammations, 2. Worms, orm Fever, vVorm Colic, . 3. Oryiuir-Collc, or Teething of Infants, 4. Diarrhoea, of Children or Adults, . 8. Iyaetery, Griping, Bilious Colic, . 6. Ciiolera-Morbwa, Vomiting, . . 7. Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis . . 8. Neuralgia, Toothache, Faceachp, . 9. Headaches, Sick Headache, Vertigo, 1 10. Dyspepsia, Bilious Stomach, .... 11. Nnpprtlicat or ramiiu jthhmj, . . 12. Vhitea, too Profuse Periods, .... 11 fronp, Coufrh, Difficult Breathing, . . 14. Salt Ithenm, Erysipelas, Eruptions, . 15. Rhcnmatiim, Kheumatic Pains, . . 16. If anil Ague, ChiU fever, Agues, 17. Filea, bUnd or bleeding, . . . . . . 18. Ophthalmjr, and Sore or Weak Eyes, . 19. Catarrh, acute or chronic. Influenza, . 20. Whooping-cough, violent coughs, . 21. Asthma, oppressed Breathing, . . . 22. liar Discharge, impaired hearing, . 23. Scrofula, enlarged glands, Swellings, . 24. tieneral Debility, Ihyaical Weakness, . 25. Dropsy and scanty Secretions, . . . . 26. Sea-Sickness, sickness from riding, . 97 iiin.niwu(. Gravel. . . . . . 23. Hrrvoui Iebility, Seminal Weakness or involuntary discharges, ..... 1 00 29. Sore Month, Canker, ... .SO 80. Frinary Weakness, Trottingthebed, . 6 31. Painful Periods, with Spasms, . . 50 52. Disease of Heart, palpitations, etc,. 1 00 53. " Epilepsey. Spasms, St, Vitus' Dance, . 1 00 34. Iiphtheria, ulcerated Bore throat, . . 50 Sa. C hronic Congestions and Eruptions, 5o Vials, io cents, (except 2S, 81 and 33), . $100 FASILT CASES. Case (Morocco) with above 35 large vials &r. l Manual of direetiona, . . . tinjw Case (Morocco) of 20 large vials and Book, o Ou Single Boxes and Vials as above. M- These remedies are sent by the case or single box to any part of the country, free of charge, on receipt of price. Address HUPohmyo8pathIc Meaicine Co., Office and Depot, No. 562 Bboadwai, New Yoaa. For Kale uy sua 2i 25 25 25 50 5u 50 so 50 40 50 50 50 50 50 So Sold in Rock Inland by Benser & Thomas. Otto Grojan, C-Sieidel, and E. Breunert uiwf SULPEUE SOAP. io,imi.2H t',(i9,0S0 K33,C2i 34S,272 1.4l2,Vi87 5,338,97! 400,000 Conu. Mutual Life, Hartford 44,020,146 Total Assets Represented fll8.03S.493 Eeal Estate. L. CHBISHAH'S LiEAL ESTATE AND Loan Aojencv, niLLIER BLOCK, ROCK ISLAND, ILL. FOR SAJL.E. 1 Ofi Acre Farm ln McIIenry Co. Ills. Good I in I L U provements. Price $4, TOO 1Q9 1 O Acre Farm JnMcHenry Co. ,111s., 84 Iww tM miles irom w oodstjea 80 ITice $4,000 Acre Farm in Story Co., Iowa. mce s,5uo 1 C ft Acre Farm. Franklin Co.. Kaunas. lull race $4,000 i ffl Acre Farm. Douzlas Co.. Ka leas. fC Acre Farm. Sumner Co.. Kansas. II J Price $l,COO O fl Acre Farm, Lyon Co.. Kansas. OU Price $1,300 A n Acre Farm. Douirlao Co.. Kansas. tU Price 91,000 Whiteside Co., Illinois, near Price $14,000 1rt7 t O Acre Farm, Rock Island Co . IPs. I Uf I t .Price $4,800 11 C Acre Farm. Callaway Co.. Mo. Stork Farm 0 1 J . Price 815,000 Acre Farm. Atchiuson Co.. Mo. Splendid Stock Faim. Price $10,800 Aflfl Acre farm, TUU Sterling. GZJJXX'S SULPHUR SOAP. Thoroughly Cures Diseases of the Skin. Beautifies the Complexion, Prevlnts and Remedies Rheumatism and G"i'T. Heals Sores and 'Abrasions of w.i Cuticle and Counteracts Contagion. This Standard External Remedy for Erup tions, Sores and Injuries of the Skin, nut only REMOVES FROM THE COMPLEXION ALL li! FV- I3HES arising from local impurities of the blood and obstruction of the pores, but those produced by the sun and wind, such a tan and freckles. It renders the cuticle marvelously clear, smooth and I1.IANT, and being a WHOLESOME BEAUT1FIER i far preferable to any cosmetic. All the remedial advantages of Sn.- rin;R IJaths are insured ly the use "i Glenn's SifloJiiir Soait. which in ac tion to its purifying effects, remedies and I HE VENTS Rheumatism and Gout. It also disinfects clothing and lines and prevents diseases communicated uy contact with the person. It dissolves Dandruff, prevents baM- ness, and retards grayness of the hair. 1'hysicians speak of it in high terms. Prices -25 and 50 Cents per Cake: per vox (o Cakes), 60c. and$L2U. N IS. Sent by Mail, Prepaid, on receipt of prre. irJ 5 cents extra for each Cake. " HILL'S HUE AND WHISKER DYE," Black or Brown, 50 Cents. C. J. (RITTEXT05, Prop'r, 7 Sixtb lv.,U BASINS POWDER THE sViOST PERFECT MADE. 360 Oil Acre Farm, Kent Co- Michlaan, adjomine OU Berlin. Price 5,000! LANDS in all the Wk.-urn States will sell lor Cash or part Cakj, and i"me on the baUuce. HoriES and Lots Iu Hock Island and a number of other place for eale or exchange for lands. 3T"Call and et prices and location of laud. Itock Inland, 111., Aug. 28, 1b7B. Of Kis Own Words. In the srace twelve hours my rheumatism was gone CttUJC uuUOC w.tu iui. Ax.uguuui, iu iui Rheumatic iieuiedy. My brother, J. U city tue dobn Wilson House, a brick Cessna, of Bedford. Pa., was cured bv building on the east side of l9th street, similar amount. Sold by all drugeista. just north of the St. Louis railroad track, , . JUN Cessna, where it cut8 through that b!ock. He Call at BertWsbrS.1 had lived in this city only about two weeks-1 and had been employed on the road but a Howe's concentrated syrup, the great few days. He came here from the town of d PuriGerr aD( f cure and tonic , , i nomas. wJaere he had been a farmer. He was no 1 " raUroad uian-and his partner on the Pczzoni'8 Chemical Il.Ir Uestorative, to a kt ' ..rirji e t preserve ana oeaatity the human hair, tram told him he d et kilfed before he'J What it will do: Prevents the hair falling been on the road two weeks"- and the out, iucreases the growth and beauty oj prophesy unfortunately proved true. tne nair retains the hair in any desired lortn, prevents the hair 1 rom turning Kingdom, his sister, and his wife, started 4 rafr, Leas piffiple8 and keeps the lor luonmoutn inis morning. bead delightfully cool. The hair becomes Gen. Dana, superintendent of the road, n?h 80" glossy. Perfectly clean and also went to Monmouth to attend to all wm not sou tne nat, posseses an exquisite t 1 ... , fragrance ana as a dressing has no equal arrangements connected with the funeral, pri3e 50 centa and $1 per Dottle, Sold by wuwtt wut muw piaoe uqui errooot, u aruggiats. BUSTLES THE STANDARD IiOTTA AND Stitched Skeleton :Lotta BUSTLES! Your; attention is reBpectfalljr solicited to my new novelty in a Stitcusd Skeletou Biiftle. now ready, without Clasps, making a But. tie or Hoop Skirt a finer article that fit the fancies end wants of the trade, In their superb slilch wire cover, finish, avoidance of clatpe and harsh emrface, which cct aua weak me underwear reeling tuereon. and ad- joiuiuk. iujr re rauicsuy new, ano striae eery eve with their superior excellence, at prices which cannot fail to attract the attention of buyers. They are uibub iu mi eorreei sizes, siyies ana Jengtns. These, and all past makes of Lotta Bustlk. in ducing the Stan da hi Numbers 3 aud fm. are now ready, in superior workmanship, forming a com- jiu ienue mi Biyiesanu sizes in earner, Trail and short lengths, which will compare favorably with thoe of any other manufacturer. Diplomas have been awarded my goods each year since their introduction, by the American Institute of N. Y., and Medal and Diploma by theCenten- UUU JVXlllUlUOU. A. W. THOMAS, 81 WUU eUeet, Kow York; 801 1 cXONE THIRD IS SAVED in quantity by their perfect purity aiii ?!vS strength; the only kinds made hy a f tical Chemist and Phrweian, with er'u uu care to insure uniformity, healthfu'.ners ' ' cacy and freedom from all injurious siihsu ' ce3. They are far BiiDerior to tlie tjll"!1j! adulterated kinds. Obtain tlie genuine. serve onr Trade ilarks as above, "(;;" Baking Powder, "Hand and Cormier'3' Buy the Baking Powder only in cans l,re labelled. Many have been deceived m l' or bulk Powder sold as Dr. Price's. Manufactured onlr by STEELE & PKlCt.