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Rock Island, Illinois, Monday, June 25, 1877. Established Oct 18, 1851 Railroad Time Table. C2I3A33.S03S XSLAXS ft PASIflS B. B. eomo 1A8T TS1IXS I1AV1 lt9 00a. m.;4:30 p.m. and 9:55 p. m. Train, hoese NAILS arrive from west m above. oisa wsst t bains i.v at 6:40 s.Jm.; 10:10 a. m., and 6:00 p. m. arrive from the east as above. E.5 "r Train KFjsy . HAMMERED AND FINISHFnli. WKTMKTOXOS BAILSOAD. FOR RACINE & MILWAUCEE. I-IAVE AKRTVI 0v Express and Mai: :05 A m 8:00 am ML'ht Express 10:15 r 5:60 pm The night express leaving Rock Island every Sunday night at 10:15 connects with the train arri ving in Chicago early Monday morning. No lay over checks given on through tickets from Rock Inland to Chicago. Through tickets only good on ttiiBiiaiu. st. lo?is & sacs island b. b. soma south trains liavb i.tS.00 a.m. and 6:15 p. m. 'dally, ABK1VB FROM ST. LOUIS At 9:50 a. m. dally, and 9:15 p. m. SUSLIKS TSalKS LliTS at 4 .30 p. m. ABRIVB RO gTlRLIBe at 1:40 a. m. peosia & eossIsland railway. SHOBTST ROUTE TO till CAST AND SOUTH. LEAVK ARRIVI. Eastern Ei. 5 50 a.m. Hail & Ex. 1:02 p, ml Mail Ex- 140 p.m. W estern Kx. S:f.5p. m. Way Freight 6;)a.m. Way Freight 3:25 p.m. The 6:00 a. m, train makes close connection at aiva with CB4Q, lor Aledo and keithsbnrg. also at Peoria with P P & J, lor Jacksonville, Spring eld, St Louis and all points south and southwest, arriving m si iouis ai i :nu p m. The 1 :50 train makes close connection at Galva wun u a s, vf n. a, ior me wesi: arriving atyuincy at w:4rp m., also at Peoria with IB & W, and T P K W., Ior points east ana southeast. 6 6 78 9 10 SI Si v? v? V? v? II TELEGEAPHIC. Telegraphed to the Hoclliland Argus. FOREIGN NEWS. London, June 25. The Moscow court has ordered the immediate execution of' the sentence airainst Dr. Strawsburg, the railroad speculator. It is therefore ex pected he will be removed to the debtors prison instead of as hitherto permitted lo remain under arrest in his own house. S. B. At- .WW.h WMUMI V MIMv -MMF VW. Leave Rock Island at 9:00 a.m., and 4:00 p. m. riviug at came ai 11 :iu a. m., ana e:uu p. m. Leave Cable at 6:30 a. m., and 12:45 p. m. Arriving at liock Island at 8:30 a. m., and 3:00 p. m. ABTISTIC TAIL03I1TS ZIHMER & STEGEMANN, No. 1,003 Second Ave N. side Union Square, Merchant Tailors ! The Ausable Nails are Hammered Hot, anl the Finishing and lointing are done Cold, thus Imitating the Process of Making Nails by Hand. Quality is fully Guaranteed. For sale by all leading Iron and hard ware houses. ABRAHAM BUSSING, Sec'y, 35 Chambers St., New York. SPECIAL NOTICES. . EVERY FAMILY should at once procure a bot- ue oi me great A ram an remedy lor man and Deast, called H. G. Faukkll's Arabian Liniment. It al lays tne most intense pains in a lew minutes, re stores the synovial fluid or joint water, and thus cures stiff joints : it penetrates the flesh to the bone. relaxes contracted cords, cures rheumatism and pal sied limbs of 20 years' standing; also tumors, swell- ea necE, enlargement or the glands, and is the best medicine for ailments of cattte ever discovered, cu ring sweeny, spavins, splint, and all diseases which require an external application. Srs Pais or 10 tears' standing cured by H. G. i arrell's Arabian Liniment. Mr. n. G. Farrell. Dear Sir: 1 had been afflicted with the "Sun Pain" for the last ten years. 1 could never get relief except by bleeding; but by the use Murder Mormons. SCRANTON. Pa.. June 25. Patrick- f!nn- nolly was murdered early Sunday morning between Kingston and Wvominir. hv party with whom he quarrelled at a dance. New York, June 25. Two hundred Mormons have just arrived from Europe. They leave this evening for Salt Lake City. " The Telegraph. Report. The storm this forenoon prostrated teie- graph poles between here and Chicago, and Supt. Slayruakcr says the regular re port will not be all in before 7 o'clock, as he has only one wire in working order be tween here and Chicago. Up to 4:30 o' clock only the markets had arrived hence the absence of our regular report. AVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE AND WELL aborted stock of H English. and French. Cassimeres, Diagonals. Worsted Suitings, Beavers, Doeskins, etc., etc. CSPA-l work guaranteed and prices reasonable. EE 5 ALIAS. WILLIAM L. HOBINSON, MANUFACTrr.EE or REGALIA AND LODGE SUPPLIES, For Odd Fellows. Masons, Druids, Knights of Pythias, Red Men, Temperance, and all other SocictUs. DEALER IN Gold and Silver Laces, Fringes, STARS, BRAIDS, ETC. 3SC Main Street, WORCESTER, MASS. POLICE MATTERS. iuonaay, uune So. Altred Tvson. an old offender,was arrested and jailed yestei day by Policeman Rosenfield for being dead drunk on Market Saurare. Th norning Justice Harden sent him to ia for o0 days ior vagrancy, under the state law. Yesterday forenoon Marshtl Hawes and Policeman Feeley arrested a woman known as Mollie Moses, who has lately been dis charued from the poor farm, for beim? of ii u. Farreir. Arabian Liniment, applied over drunk and disorderly near the Peoria round the temples about three or four times a day, it was eu r if 11 - . , : uuuac. imc iciuscu lu waiA 10 jail. MJ 111c officers procured a lieht wagon and the services of boys aud citizens; she was dumped into the bottom of the wsgon; the otneers held her down and the boys pulled the vehicle to the jail the woman scream ing and using the most profane language at every step. The procession attracted considerable attention. The marshal says he will get Sup'r Aster to take her back to the poor farm and she is therefore still in jail. ROOT BEER. KNAPP'S Extract of Roots FOR MAKING ROOT BEER, The attention of Druggists and Beer Makers is called to the above named preparation. One of the b'-tUlhleet and plea-anteut beverages known is madf from this Extract.the reputation of which has hern well established for over i years, and the in-creast-d sales for it in thoe localities where it has been used fully indorse it merites. This Extract, from which the popular Beverage known as KNAPP'S ROOT BEER Is made, is put up in bottles at 2oc, 50c., $3, and in half gallon and eallon cans $" and flO each, which makes respectively. 1U. -25, StW, 4'K) and SOU gailous of Bt-er. General Depot, 'M II uds on Street . EWOKh.l And sold by all Wholesale Druggists and Patent Medicine Dealers at manufacturer prices. lr sale in Rock Island by John Bengston. rilTANSlAL SPECULATION In Wall Street. S 500,000 has been made in a single investment 1 100. This of course is au .xtraordinary occur rence; but ordinarily $5 can realize say $io,X). Even sums as low as f 1 can be safely invehted.whtn favorable result can show a profit of fr,0:!0. Circulars giving full information sent free by ad dressing TAYLOR & CO. Bankers. No. 11 Wall St., N. Y. eutirelv removed, and I havefeltnoth!ng of it pince. I went into the stable one night to apply it to a Horse s sore leg, and being very lame ue stumbled and fell against my legs, crushing aud bruisinc them so badly that they turned black as my hat. rendering tnem powerless. I applied jour Lini ment, ard was well enough in a few days to go about airaiu as usual. I also crushed my linger in a shocking manner, by letting a back log fall upon 11 ; your tiimment soon neaiea it up, tnouirn. LaSalle, Peoria Co., 111. John B. M'uee fEsq. Barker, of Canton. 111. . "says ;1 Mr. n. G. Farrell'g Arabian Liniment has cured some bad cases here, which every other remedy had failed in ; one was a white .welling and contracted cords in the leg of a boy 12 years old. The leg had withered awav. and was bo contracted that he had no use of it. Three doctors had tried their skill up on it in vain, and he was fast sinking to the grave. when the bov'B father was induced to try 11. G. t ar- relle Arabian Liniment. Before the first bottle was used un he came to Mr. B.'s storo, and the first words he said were, '-Mr. Barker, I want all that Liniment you have in thestore; the one bottle I got did my boy more good tnau all tnat uaa ever Deeu done before." That boy is now well and hear ty, and has free use of his U'gs. It is good for brui ses, sprains, cuts, burns aud swellings. LOOK OUT FOR COUNTERFEITS! The public, are cautioned against another conn- tert-It, which has lately made iiappearance.called W. li. Farrell's Arabian Liniment, the most danger ous of all the counterfeits, because his having the name of Farrell, many will buy it in good faith, without the knowledge that a counterfeit exists. and tbev will perhans only discover their error when the spurious mixture has wrought its evil ef fects. The genuine article s manufactured only by H. G. tarrel, sole inventor and proprietor, and whole sale drutrgist. No. 17 Main street, Peoria, Illinois. to whom all applications for Agencies must be ad dressed. Be sure vou tre t It with the letters H . G. before Fanell's thHS II. G. FARRELL'S and his si-mature on tne wrapper, all otner are counter feits. Sold by ail druggists and by regular authorized agent throughout the Luitecl states. ' rPrice 5 and 50 cents, and 1 per bottle. AGENTS W ANTED in everv town, village and hamlet In the United Statss, in which one ia not al ready established. Address H. G. Farrell as above. accompanied with good character, responsibility. etc. NOTES HERE AND THERE. Heavy rain to-day. The Diamond Joe will be down to morrow, There will be another mestine of the Light Artillery Co. this evening. Let every orator interested in school matters turn out to-morrow and vote. It was almost as bright as day last night, not a cloud in the sky, and the moon shone brightly. Dr. Maxwell's barn, in Davenport, was robbed of a fine set of double harness one night last week. During the storm this forenoon a cum ber of sheds and fences at O. J. Dimick'8 fair grounds were blown down. "Our Boys at Home" had a jolly pic nic on isig island Saturday atternoon. Royal George delivered the address. The Buford pic nic on Offerman's Is land, Saturday, was one of the best of the season and enjoyed by all who attended. Miss Phoebe W. Sudlow has been re elected superintendent of the public schools of Davenport. The selection gives entire satisfaction. A large number of our German citi zens attended the Schuetzenfest at the shooting park in Davenport yesterday afternoon. David Graham, the Coal-town rough, was released from jail to-day (the 25th), his term of imprisonment 25 days hav ing expired. The examination of the Volk-Kusch- mann adultery case is set for hearing at 10 o'clock to-morrow before Justice Hawes if it is not compromised. Rev. Mr. Noerr, of the Presbyterian church, Milan, has tendered his letter of resignation to the church. His farewell sermon is to be preached next Sunday. Sup'r Aster says he has six boys at the county larni, whose ages range from MOLINE. LtEDICAL, HANUTACTUIiEESL ABQTJS HEADQTJAETEES-MOLrME, Richards & Sohrbeck's Drug and Book Store oooosite First National Bank, where all orders can be left for the Argus, and where all Moline business is transacted by O. J. Beardslee. Bnsi-1 ness notices should be handed in by noon to en sure publication the same day. CATARRH. Twelve Years OF SUFFEEIHG. Gentlbmek: About twelve years ago, while traveling with Father Kemp's Old Folks Ooncert Troupe a. a tenor singer, 1 took a severe cola and was laid up at Newark, IN. J. This cold brougnt on a severe attack of Catarrh, which I battled with every known remedy for four weeks without avail and was finally obliged to give up a most desirable position and return nomc unaoie to sing a note. For three years afterwards I was unable to sing at all. The first attack of Catarrh had left my nasal organs and throat so sensitive that the slightest cold would bring on a fresh attack, leaving me prostrated . In this way I continued to suffer. The last attack, the severest I ever had, was terrible. I suffered the most excruciating pain in my head, was so hoarse as to be scarcely able to sneak, and coughing incessantly. I thought I was going into quick consumption, and 1 nrmlv believe that had these symptoms continued without relief they would have rendered me an easy victim. When in this distressing condition, I commenced the n.e of bANFORD a itADicAL urKS por uatarrh, very re- BThe town board met to-day in Esq. M apes' office. JSS?The Sacday school concert at the Baptist church last night was a fine affair. ESTThe severe rain storm this morning filled cellars on Main street in a very few moments. SSTThe Baptist church will hold a pic nic this week Thursday, The place has not yet been decided upon, JS-Job Tufiley and wife left last Satur- duy for Minneapolis, Minn., where they will visit friends lor a few months. JfcaT'The A. O. U. D, pic nio in Brooks' grove, Saturday, was largely attended, and the society realized about $100, clear. SSf Jacob Altz was driven out of his shop this moraine by the water, which nnirnmA L!a fnnr tn lha HontK nf 1 A nr T luctantlv. I confess, as I had tried all the advertised I remeuies without benefit. The first dose of this lDCIieS. I wonderful medicine gave me the greatest relief. It BSrThe trees seem to be very tender 18 hard'y P0f?6lb-e r. one whose head aches, eyes ouj j, c . I ache who can scarcely articulate distinctly on ac- JUSt now. Une was blown down in count of the choking accumulations in his throat. Lobdell's yard next 10 Smith's barber shop to realize how much relief I obtained from the first j.,.:-i, .1.:, .-: I application of Sanford's Radical Ccre. Under UUllUg UIC ClUIUl 11113 LUU1UIU. BiEfforts are being made to turn out a large delegation from Molino to attend the temperance meeting, to be held in Forepaugh's circus tent, at Rock Island next Sunday. BA game of base ball between the Moline "Boys in Brown," and the Rock- Island Lookouts, was played last Saturday, io wnicn aioime was again victorious oy a score of 7 to 6. BL.Binding of every description done The Argus bindery. MIL dlPl at close figures at eight months to eight years, whom he would All kinds of printing cheaper thanelse- t, . r. K J 1- ' i ii.ii .:. ? l i t Chiua tea sets a priees 40 per cent. lower than usuil retail rates at Mav Bros 25dlt 500 S25,S50,Si00,S200, The reliable house of ALEX. FPOTUINGHAM A CO.. No. li Wall street. New York publish a handsome eirht pare weekly paper, called the W eekly Financial Report, which they send free to any address. In addition to a large number of edi turials on financial and other topics, it contains fery full and accurate reports of the sales and standing of every stock, bond and security dealt in at the Stock Exchange. Messrs. Fuotuikgham & Co.. are extensive brokers of large experience and tried integrity. In addition to tdeir stocit Droaer aire business, they sell what are termed "Prtviliges" or "Puts and Calls," now one of the favorite meth ods of leeitimatc speculation. Their advice is val uable, arid by following it many haye made f or lines. New York Metropolis. BASINS POWDEB THEfiOST PERFECT MADE. DR. SCHENCK'S PULMONIC SYRUP Sea Weed Tonic and Mandrake Pills. These medicines have undoubtedly performed more cure: of Consumption than any other remedy known to the American public. They are compounded of vegetable ingredients, and contain nothing which can be injurious to the human constitution. Oilier remedies advertised as cures for Consumption, probably contain opium, which is a somewhat dan geroue drug in all cases, and if taken freely by con sumptlve patients, it must do great injury; for its tendency is to confine the morbid matter in the svs'.a-n, which, of course, must make a cure impo sible. Schenck's Pulmonic Syrup is warranted not to contain a particle of opium: it Is composed of powerful but harmless herbs, which act on the lungs, liver, stomach and blood, and thus corrects all morbid secretions, and expel all the diseased matter from the body . These are the only means bv! which Consumption can be cured, and as Schenck's Pulmonic Syrup, Sea Weed Tonic and Mandrake Pills are the only medicines which ope. rate in this way, it is obvious that they are the only genuine cure for Pulmonary Consumption. Each bottle of this invaluable medicine is accompanied by full directions. Dr. Schenck is professionally at his principal office, corner l.isth and Arch Sts.. Philadelphia, every Monday, where all letters for advice must be addressed. Real Estate Sales. Amos F. Cutter, Jr to Amos F. Cut ter, Sr., lots 5, 6, and part ot , block 1G, lots 1, 2 and 7, blnck 16. lots 1, 2 and 7, Mock 41, lots 1 and 4, block CO. in lower add. to 11. I.; lots 1, 2, 2. 5 and 11, block 5, part of lot 1, block 12, lots 1 and 2. block 2, in Thompson & Wells' add. to U. I. ; lot 4, block 45, lower add. to lx. 1. ; the w. I of lot 8, block 5, in J, W. Spen cer's add. to R. I.; I of lots 8, 9 and 10, sec. 35, township 18, range 1 w Moline dated Mar. 7, 1876, for $1,700. A. M. Frederickson to C, ri. Larson, 5 acres in the n. w. of sec. 3, township 17, range 1 w Coal Valley dated June 13, 1377. for $350. Geo. ."1. Keller to Marvin etherell, the w. i ot the n- e. 1 of sec. 9, township 10, rnge2 w Bowling dated June 22, 1677, for $4,400. G. V. Flickinger to A. E. and F. E. Morey, indefinite description, in Osborn's 2d add to Moline, dated June 22, lb. ., lor $300. Rob t Kuschmann to Louis Range, lot 4, block 4, in Brigg Place, 11. I., dated June 20, 1877, lor $1,000. W. A. Hawthorne to II. C. Connelly, the n. 20 feet of lots 3, 4 and 5, in Bailey & Boyle's add to 11. 1., dated March 31, 18.3, for tfl. Local Blanks, of all kinds for ale at The Arous Office like to find homes for. Anydody wishing where in the three cities. to adopt a child should call on him. 'guaranteed uo to tue court House this evening and see that good men or women are nom inated to fill the vacancies on the board of education. Those who do not attend the meeting need not grumble at the selections made. The first annual meeting and horse ex hibition of the Geneseo Driving Park As sociation will be held on the Society's grounds at Geneseo on the 14th, 15th, 16th and 17th of August. 1 he prizes amount to $3,500. The Mercer County R. R., is doing a lively business in stock. Every day empty stock cars leave this city for points along the line and recently some heavy shipments of stock have been made, while more are expected. August Lundehn, of Moliue, who came very near being drowned in the gov ernment canal on Friday evening, an ac count of which was given in Saturday's Argus, was rescued by Joseph II. Kerr, of this, city, who was fishing near by. up'r Aster extends an invitation (o .A. CAKD. To all who are suffering from the errors and in discretions of youth, nervous weakness, early de cay, loss of manhood, &c, I will send a recipe that will cure you, FREE OF CUARGE. This great remedy was discovered by a missionary in South America. Send a self-addressed envelope to the Rev. Josaru T. Inmas Station D, Bible Douse New Y'ork City, "WEE ''pw xU I 7n. - e- mmm MATHEWS' LIQUID STARCH GLOSS I Gives a splendid gloss and finish to all starched goods, making them whiter asd clearer than wax or anything else, aud prevents the iron from tticking. Trial bottle free. Put np in 4-oz bottles, price 15c. Sold by Gro cers and Druggist. A. I. MATHEWS & CO., 85 Murray St, N. Y. w : Hippy tolM to Young Maa from the ef- fi Vt 6 feels of error and abuses In early life. ' fx ISoaiOOl Esstoroi. Impediments to Mar- " iJ m Tiaire removed. New method of treat- g O M'meiit New aud remarkable remedies.! J m Books and circulars sent free in sealed w f4 "envelopes. Address HOWARD AS-, VJ 2 HO('IATION,41i. N. Ninth Ht., Phila-! P delphia. Pa. An Institution havinga" O Qlhigh reputation for honorable conduct D h land professional skill. I- Fraxk Leseie's Popular Monthly for July i3 one of the best numbers of the work yet issued. Its articles beautifully and liberally illustrated, are timely, highly interesting and instructive, especially "Russia and Turkey, their War Strength, Sovereigns, etc," by Wm. Staughton Chase; "The WestFnd of Fans;" -Malta;" "Mrs. General Gaines;" "The Great Grain Movement," etc., etc. In ad dition it contains innumerable paragraphs on various interesting subjects something for everybody besides the usual number of short select stories by popular and gifted authors and which are really captivating. This magazine of 128 pages and 100 illus trations must, in view of its actually being the cheapest publication of the kind in ex istence and it the same time one of the most select and universally welcome, con tinue to increase in public favor, and rank with the publisher's Sunday Magazine, the highest among all oar American month lies. The Popular Monthly may be ob tained for $2.50, and the Sunday Magazine for $3. for one year, postpaid, from Frank Leslie's Publishing House, 537 Pearl Street, New York, Printing and binding executed neat quick and cheap at The Arquh Offcf. Preparations are being rapidly com pleted for a grand pic-nic and celebration ! in Lyfcrd's Grove, Port Ryron, on the Fourth of July. Among the special fea tures of this occasion we notice that of an old-fashioned New England dinner; music by the Rapids City brass band; a base ball match between the'S. S. Club of Cor dova and the first nine of Le Claire for a prize consisting of & bat. ball, and belt. The masked fantastics of Rapids City, mounted on mules, will join in the procession oq Main street at 10 o'clock and march to the grove. Hon. George E. Wait, of Geneseo, will deliver the oration and there will be other speeches by local orators. ejONE THIRD IS SAVD in quantity by their perfect purity and great strength; the only kinds made by a prac tical Chemist and Physician, with scientific care to insure uniformity, healthfulness, deli cacy and freedom from all injurious substan ces." They are far superior to the common adulterated kinds. Obtain the genuine. Ob serve our Trade Marks as above, "Cream" Baking Powder, "Hand and Cornucopia." liuy the Baking Powder only in cans securely labelled. Many have been "deceived in loose or hulk Powder sold as Dr. Price's. Manufactured onlv by STEELE & PRICE, Chicago, SL Louit and ViwunMoU. SELLERS LIVER PILLS) Sellem Llvr Pilln hav aUM-d for Thirty yfan. a J Bun nam uomca.T ior tne cure ot L.tver i.impiaint, j CoativenM, Hick HeaUitciie, aud all Ierfcug-i mem of the Liver. i R4llrr' Vermlfnce. the rreat Worm I " itMTAp " eDellf 400 large, live womu from hit Ahtid. Q venraoid. Wm. Bark er, Hi. Louis, Mo. Price 1 each 25e. If vmr druRRtai don't keep tham. aead for horn. K. Wi. SFM.KKH t:., rmp n, ntraixinrn. ri. Oamplaoriiie I Is the most effectual remedy .old, is a luxury to use, gives the best satisfaction, gives int.tant relief, will not grease or stain the most delicate fabric, has a phasaut and refreshing odor. It will hnme diately relieve and cure Kheumatism, Chronic and Acute; Neuralcia and Catarrh, IleSdache and Swelled Face, Sore Throat. Sprains aud Bruises, Hud ions and Chilhlaius, Eruptions of the Skin, Fain In Chest, Back or Limbs, 11 urns nud bcalds. For sale by all Drnggists. A correspondendent writing from Kan sas predicts that the crops of that state will return its farmers an aggregate of six ty thousand dollars this year. Field Marshal Von Moltke says that un less diplomacy intervenes the war in the east may.last two years as well as three or six months. IB 1STADQR0S ft MaibIIye tbemfest sad th best, U instant&nemM 1niteaetfoa,l&d prodiie the moat natural shade of black or brown, doee not stain the akin, and ia canilr arm! led. lti a at&ndard Tirvnaratlon, and a favorite upon every well -appointed toi- ur saie rv an I'ravguu ana fur lid or jrentlemnn Hair Dreaaer. JOSEP' ii I -A, ravgistii and The Newport News says, "Stand by the public schools." Yes. when the big girls are coming out. The Argus Job Printing Rooms turn out Cards, Circulars, Note Heads, Bill Heads, Law Briefs, aDd all other kinds of Printing, in the highest style of the art, aod on the most reasonable terms. And The Argus Book Bindery is doing all kinds of work in that line, neat, quick and cheap. The friends of the paper and the public generally are invited to give our , work a triaL dwtf ail our citizens aud tax-payers to call at his store aud examine the county poor books. John is one of the best supervisors this township ever had, and he is not afraid or ashamed to let people know what he is doing. The county court has changed the sentence of Mrs. Alice Carr, now in jail for obtaining toods under false pretense. The I orignal sentence was $40 fine and 40 days in jail lor the two charges, but, on Satur day, an order was issued directing ttie sheriff to release her on rnday next. The gate of the 19th street sewer has been closed for a couple of days, owing to a rise in the river and this morning, during the storm, the water being unabie to ruu off, the cellars of the residents along the line of that street were flooded, and every body was mad. On Saturday afternoon, a picked nine from this city and the High school nine, of Davenport, played a matched game ot ball in Davenport's out-lot, which resulted in a victory for the Rock Island nine by a score ofGtol3. 1 be same clubs will play an other game in Duvenpoit to-morrow after uoon. A young man named McDermott, i brake man on the St. Louis road, while coupling cars at Roseyille, G9 u-iles south of this city, on Saturday, had both legs run over aud crushed, lie died baturday afternoon, lie bad been a tramp and refused to tell where his friends lived or what his true name was. There was a free, stand-up-and-knock-down fight between a man and woman from this city, on the Milan road, near the old fairgrounds Sunday afternoon, in which the woman was severely punished. After the fight, the pugilistic couple jumped in to a buggy and drove into town. As there have been no arrests the names are not given. Jas. Byrnes was severely punished at the Druid pic-nic in Brooks's grove Satur day night, for alleged insults to a married woman. He received a severe gash over one of his eyes with a beer glass, and an other one On the back of the head from a croquet mallet and was otherwise so se verely pounded that he has been confined to his bed ever since. On Saturday evening, while an old woman known as "Granny Locke," living on the corner of Fourth avenue and 13th street, was attempting to place a window sash in a window, one of her hands slipped and her head went through one of the panes of glass, cutting a terrible gash in her scalp, fully six inches in length, and almost scalping her. Bill Stafford, clerk in Buford & Tay lor's grocery store, attended the plow makers' pic nio on Offerman's Island Saturday, and during the afternoon, after becoming somewhat "excited" over the many refreshments and games, he started for this city in a skiff. When about half way across the skin upset and be was soon struggling in the water. He managed, however, to hold on to the skif until he was rescued by a young man named Mike Hen8ler, who witnessed the accident A dispatch from Monmouth says that the chairman ot the Republican Central Committees of the Tenth Judicial district met in that city on h rid ay and organized as a judicial committee. They issued call for a convention to be held at Galva on Wednesday. July 18, to nominate candidate for circuit judge to be voted for on August fith. ihe count:es will be en titled to delegates as follows: Knox, 21 Henry, 17; Rock Island, 16; Warren, 11 Mercer, 10; Henderson, 5, We have not had opportunity to consult Capt. W. C Bennett, of Moline, chairman of the Rock Island county Republican committee; but it is hardly probable he was present. 1 h prevailing opinion in this county is that the nominating convention ought not savor so strong'y of politics, and it was suggested on Saturday evening bv a prominent mem ber of the Rock Island County Bar that the better way would be for the bar of each county to select representatives, irrespec tive of party, who should mf et in conven tion and make their nomination. By the way what has become of that committee appointed by the bar of this county to pre pare an address to the people ou this sub ject? if oc ifcn4 eicr Gazette, First class work tf. ISST'Eibing. the barber who was ar rested last week, was getting legal advice this morning, preparatory to commencing suit against the Moline and Iowa City marshals, for false imprisonment. J&sSrWm. Nieman was arrested and brought before Magistrate S wander this morning on charge of obtaining money under fale pretenses from Myron MeCul lough, of Hampton. The case was subse quently settled. The amount in dispute was $35. SiaT-Hon. W. W. Warner, of Orion came in from tnat place this morning, bringing with him several hail stones larger than a walnut, which he had pickeu up as the tram, lett there, lie said thev fell there as large as hen's eggs for several minutes. JCSOfficer Ccrney was summoned Sat urday evening to quell a disturbance at the residence of a colored man, called Buck Owens. He made no arrests;, however, because the neighbors said Owen's wife was entirely to blame, and, as she prom ised to preserve quiet until Monday morn ing she was left unmolested. No complaint was entered to-day, however. EsTS. T. Walker, agent for Mrs. Jen ins' house, on Lynde street, commenced building a fence this morning in front of the property. Walker says the fence is upon the line as surveyed by the city and county surveyors, but it projects out upon the sidewalk, and beyond the adjoiuing fences two feet or more. This will make an ugly jog in the steet, if allowed to be left there. Ihe mayor was notified, and will have the matter looked up and righted, if wrong. S.Magistrate Swander's docket reads as follows to-day: "Chas. Rylander, on com plaint of Mr. Ldes, for throwing stones at Mrs. Edes, was arrested by Officer Olson. Complainaut failed to appear, and pris oner wa9 discharged. "A. btinson, arrested by Marshal ells for being very druuk, and breaking a light ot glass in Dr. Piper s drug fetore, fined So its influence, both internal and external, I rapidly recovered, and by an occasional ne of the remedy since nave oeen entirely tree from Lat&rrn, lor tne nrst time in twelve years. Kespcctfully yours, GEO. W. HOLBROOK. WaHliam. Mass., Jan. 8th, 1S70. P. S.-I purchased the Radical Cure of GEORGE 11. KOUEHS, llruggist, Klin-ford Building. SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE For Catarrh. MAS worked a revolution in the treatment of Ca- ii tarrh. It has demonstrated beyond all doubt I that this disease, even in its severest forms, is cure-1 able aud that comfort and happiness may be made I to follow years of misery, years of sunermg.-by a I persistent.use of it. The method of treatment or I urinated by Dr. hanford. viz: the local and consti tutional by a remedy prepared oy distillation, is ihe only one ever olicred to the public that will bear the test of time. Sanford's .Radical Cure Is Prepared fcy .Distillation. CVERY plant and herb that yields -. VERY plant and herb that vields lti medical essence to it n placed in in improved sun aco there mingled with a solvent liquid.which.by heat. is made to iass over into the receiver, bearing witn it the healing essences or juices of these plants and herbs, free from everv contamination, pure and colorless. Thus the active, medical constituents of thousands of potnls of herbs may be condensed into a very small compass, in tnis way tAK ford's Radical Cure is divested of the nauseating. worthless features of all other remedies, while its curative properties are increased tenfold. It is positively the greatest medical triumph of the age. Each package contains Dr. Sanford's Improved Inhaling Tube, with full direc'ions for use in all cases. Price 1,00. For sale by all wholesale and retail druggists throughout the United State. WEEKS & POTTER, General Agents and Whole sale Druggists, Boston. MANUFACTURERS OF POINTED, POLISHED AND FINISHED Horse Shoe Nails RECOMMENDED BY OVER 20,000 HORSE SHOERS All Kails arc made ot the best NORWAY IRON, and Warranted perfect and ready lor driving. Orders filled promptly and at th lowe rate, by GLOBE NAIL COM'Y BOSTON. LIND, HAGERTY & CO., PRACTICAL lill wrights ! Contractors & Builders Of all description, of iVXi.ll Machinery. Dra:at. and Specifications for Flouring MJ11. Saw Mill., Distilleries and Grain Elevators trade out on short notice. Are prepared to take con tracts for building and machinery, and give person al attention to a., ne details oi construction. Ke pair, of all kinds .omptly attended to whether or dered by mail or in person. At tne old stand oi i iiroolc., (new No..i !5 No 16 s. Washington street PEORIA. ILL Address Lock -Bn x .304 and costs. Faid. "A warrant has also been issued for the arrest of D. V. Lohr, the Moline vagrant, but he has not been seen at home or about town for several days. It will be a bless ing for the town if he never returned, but he will." The Plow City. i ue steam yacht flow Uity is now in perfect trim for excursions. Fains will be taken to insure tbe comforts of passen gers. .Liberal discount to cunday schools and societies. lod3m The School Board Election. The result of the election for member of the board ot education, on Saturday, gives universal satisfaction. Mr. H. L. Bullen the successful candidate, is a man who will watch carefully the interests of tax payers and oppose extravagance. Retrenchment in school matters has long been one of the eeded reforms in Moline, and it is grati fying to note the tendency in that direction he vote cast was large, and within 55 votes of the entire polling strength of the district. The Union local was evidently so bitterly disappointed at the result, as to pen the following reckless statement, which is rich: "A town which casts 1 ,500 votes at a general election has less than 500 citizens who care to vote for school di rector, TilE Argus is disposed to be lenient and call it disappointment; otherwise it is inexcusable ignorance. Ihe idea ot sup posing that the entire township could vote at a district election. Possibly the cares of hotel management had something to do with it. Among the many little tricks resorted to as a means of forcing a result favorable to the "ring" candidate, was the old dodge of using tickets on colored paper: the same game that worked so successfully at the presidential election. Added to this, was the gentle bulldozing of the bosses, who stood at the polls keeping tally from tbe color of the ballots. It was do use, how ever, defeat was inevitable, and when the polls closed at 3 P. i. the advocates of ex travagance had received a severe rebuke. and S. II. Velie, whose word is law in the plow shop, discovered that, with the peo ple of Moline, he had no weight But then he did not want the position!?); of course not. If it had been a matter of county taxes, or something of that sort, he might have shown some interest. Peoples tastes diner, you know, COLLINS' VOLTAIC PLASTERS A N Electro-Galvanic Batterv. combined with the rt celebrated Medicated Porous Plaster," fomine the grandest curative agent in the world of medi cine, and utterlv surpassing all other Plasters here tofore In use. They accomplish more in one week than the old Plasters in a whole year. They do not palliate, tliey clke. Hit ununrnriii nrtirnv m h tiuuuLnruL nciviLu 1 1 Messrs. Weeks & Potter: Gentlemen, Your Collins' Voltaic Plaster is a wonderful remedy. I have suffered with a weak and painful back more than eii;ht years before I sent for your Collins' Vol taic Planer. The pain reached from my back to my sides and hips. My left side and hip are feeling very well, but I tnink 1 require anotner f lasier lor my right side. I am so much improved that I can walk and stand, but before 1 got your Plaster 1 was unable to walk or stand. Respectfully yours, Mrs. Richard Gobkax. Lynchburg, Ya., July 22. 1876. P. 8. Since I finished mv letter some of my neighbors have come iu and wish me to send for some more of your Plasters. I am recommending them to all my friends. Please send me six of your Collins' voltaic Plasters. J.nclo.ed nnd fl.23. Mum. Oouman. WILCOX sum plate man. Show Rooms, 21 Maiden Lane, N. Y. Factories, West Meriden, Conn. Manufacturers of Plated Tea Sets PORCELAIN LINED Sold bv all Drnggist. for i5 cents each. Sent to any part of the United States and Canada, on receipt of 85 cent, for one. $1.25 for six, or ti.Si for twelve, by WEEKS & POTTER, Proprietors, Boston. FLUID LX3HIUIH3. LU1B Ice Pitchers, Castors, WAITERS, Coffee and Ice Water Urns. Will positively afford relief by external application. It cures on the in3tant Neu ralgia, Nervous Headache, Rheumatism, Toothache, Earache, and all nervous pains, SO AS Bir MAGIC. Sold by all Druggists at 50 cts. and $1 per bottle. For sale In Rock Island by John Bengston. PATENTS. IGUTN1NG EPERGNES, FRUIT STANDS. PATENT CAKE BASKETS, BERRY DISHES, Spoons Ac Forke, Pearl, Ivory and Steel Handled KNIVES. &C., &C, &C. rSTThese Good, can he found at all First Clas Dei-irs In Plated Ware. In purchasing call for tW WILCOX'S QUADRUPLE PLATE.iEl 4 ti II- F. A. LEHMANN, Solicitor of Patent.. Washing ton. D. C. No Patent No Pay. Send for Circular. A CARD FROM s. L. fed; & co We beg leave to notify the public that, as manv unprincipled persons are circulating the story that the Vinegar recently condemned by tbe Board of tieaun oi viaenington, u. ".. was ot our manufac ture, we are obliged to publish the following cor- ri'--inuutit. wuita viaijiB iiseu; DK. T. S. VERDI. President Board of Health, Washington, D. C. Sir: Has any Viueitar manu factured by us been confiscated or condemned by your ooaru; An eany repiy win greatly oDlige. 1 U. JL. fKUSSl-NU & CO, Board of Health, Washington. June 9, 1ST7. & JL. f mussing uo, Chicago fientlemen : In re ply to yonr communication of this date, I am in structed to inform you that the Board of Health has never condemned anv Vinecar of vour manu facture, nor has complaint ever been made of the lnipurny oi me same. Very respectfully, C. O. COX, JL D., Secretary. We wonld also submit the following from Dr. Show Cases. A correspondent of the Boston Tran- icrint accuses Gail Hamilton of havim? Aiken, of Maryland, and Dr. Mahla, of Chicago: , , ,, , . , ., , UmviBsirr or Maryland, June 9, 1877.-1 have uasseu nerseu on as ;ur. uiame wnue sue mia aay made a cuemicai Analysis of an average sample oi rras&lng V inegar, and find it free from all trace of mineral acids aud metalic impurities. uu iut;i iui- rittE. rree su.pnunc acid, a 11017 GASES. ALL STYLES. CHEAPEST PLACE In the City. Send for Price List. J. E. BERRY, Prop., 90 State Street, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. R0BEBT G. LUTKE, (Successor, to J, R. ZEIGLSS.) Manufacturers of METAL & WOOD was on the railroad from Augusta to Port land with Mrs. Blaine, who bad a pas3 for Blaine and wife. SCHOOL ELECTION. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. THAT ON THE Sithday of June, 1877, at the Court Houee, in the City of Rock Island, au elecUon will be held for Two Members ot the Board of Education. which election will be opened at eight o'clock in the morning and continue open till In the afternoon of that dr. Dated at Rock Island, City, thij Iith day of June 1877, By order of the Mavor. du JOHN -LEEED, City Clerk. v.rv ( .. . ,.. . . : . . i , . . - J iuju.ii;u .uaiucr.iiun uiiua iuuaa m me coirmer- ciai amcie, is not present In this vinegar. M.A, AIKEN, Prof. Cheni. and Phir. Reqnwted by Mr. Pruseing, I .objected a .ample of his Vinegar to Chemical Analysis, and I found u peneciiy iree lroin mineral acids and metalic 1 nh.t.n.iM ... i . V. uikj.u : .. i " . . ... ..... , -. , , nuiut vuuuici.tai Tfiu.r.r ik mi frequently adulterated. I can recommend it, there fore, a. an entiely pure and wholesome article. V MAHLA, Ph. Dr. la conclusion, we will add that our well-known seven o'clock brand, of vinegar have stood the iest of trablie onln u mi iwcu.jr-.ie yean", uesiaes naving received first premium, at the World'. Fall, the United State. Fair, the Illinois State Fair, the Chicago City Fair, &c. 83dttelin E. L. PBUSSIXG & CO., CHICAGO. ShOA CASfcS! OF ALL DESCKIPTIOS8. 21b Hamilton Street, PEOPIA, ILL Correspondence solicited and orders promptl filled. ROBERT G. LUTES. FLELDIBROS., Agents. Rock Island.