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Saturday. July 21. 1S77. SADWArS EE LIS DIE 3. 3E2.. 3BL. EADWAY'S READY RELIEF CURES TIIE WORST PAINS In from One to Twenty Minutes. NOT ONE HOUR after reading th.a adrertlscment need any one SUFFUR W1TU PAIN RADWAY' READY 19 A CURB FOR EVERY PAIN. It wu the Unit and la THE ONLY rAIN REMEDY thit Instantly atop tba moat excruciating paint ailara Inflammation, ana enree Coniteationa whether of the Lungs, Stomach, Bowel or other vlaol or arcana, oy one application IN FKOM ONK TO TWENTY MINUTES. no matter how vtolent or excruciating the pain, the Kheumatie, bed-Hidden, Infirm, Crippled, Nervoua NearaiKlcor prostrated with disease may utter, FEOM THE nOU.THUSLOW WEED INDORSING DR. KADWAY'S R. R. R. KKMEDIE9, ATTItt VatNO TBI It FOB SIYIRAL TliRS. New Yobk, Jan. 4, 1877. Dt4HHia: Having ror several year used roar medicine. doubUnrly at flrat.bnt affcr experienc ing their efficacy with full confidence, it la no less a pleasure than a duty to thankfully acknowledge the advantage we hare derived from them. The pllla are retorted to a ofter a occasion reunlre and alwaya with the dualred effect. The Ready Kullof cminot be better deacribed than it is by lte nam. We apply the llntraant freqneutly and free ly, almoat invariably finding the promised "Relief" 'IWU.nnni mi.,nA fl I IT H 1 1 W VL' If IT n Dr. Kauwat. Radway'a Beady Belief WILL AFFORD INSTANT EASE Inflammation of the KIdncya, Inflammation of the bladder. Inflammation of the Bowels, Congee tlon of the Lunes, Bore Throat, Difficult Breathing, Palpitation of the Heart, Hysterica, Croup, Dlptherla. Ca tarrh. Influenza, Headache, Toothache, Neuralela, Kheumatiam, Cold Chilla Ague Chilla. The application of the Ready Relief to the part or parte where the pain or dilllculty exist will of ford eaee and comfort. Twenty drop in half a tumbler of water will in a few minute cure Cramps, Sprains, Sour Stomach Ueartbnrn, Sick Headache, Diarrhoea. Dysentery, Colic, Wind In the Bowels, and all Internal Pains. Traveler should always carry a bottle of R AD WAY 8 READY RELIEF with them. A few drops, la water will prevent sickness or palna from change ot water. It Is better than French Brandy or Bit ters aa a atimalant. FEVER & AGUE Fever and Ague cured for fifty cents. There la not a remedial agent in the world that will cure fever and atrue, and all other malarious, billons, scarlet, typhoid, yellow and other fevers (aided by Kid way's lllls)o quick as Radway'a Ready Relief. Fifty centa per bottle. HEALTH ."BEAUTY I Strong and Pure, Rich Blood Increase of plesh and eight Clear bkio and Beautiful Complexion Secured to alL DR. RAD WAY'S Sarsaparillian Resolrent Ua made the most astonishing Cures; so quick, so rapid are the changes of the bod undergoes miderth Influence of this truly wonderful med icine that Every Day an Increase of Flesh and Weight is Seen and Felt The Groat Blood Purifier. Every Drop of the SARSAPARILLIAN RESOL VKNT comuiuuleati-s through the lilood. Sweat, I rlne, and other fluids and Juicea of the syxtem the Yliror o( Life, for It repairs the wastes oi the body with new and sound material. Mcroruia, f-ypnnm, Consumption. Glandular Dlseasea, Ulcere to the Throat. Mouth. Tumors, Nodes in the Glands and other parte of the eyateiu, More Eyes, Htruinorou Discharges from the Kara, and the worst forms of Nkiu Diseases, Eruptions, Fever Sores, Scald Head King Worm, Malt Ktieum, Erysipelas, Acne, Black Souls, Worms In the Flesh, Tumors, earners in the Womb, and all Weakening and Painful Discharges, Night sweats. Loss of Sperm and all Wastes of the Life PrtuclpUi. are within the curative ritiige ot this wonder of Modern Chemistry, and a few davs use will prove to any person using It for either of these lor ins ot disease Its potent oower to cure them. If the patient, dally becoming reduced by the wastes anil decomposition that are continually pro gressing succeeds In arresting these wastes, and, repairs the sama with new material made from' bsalthy blood-and tula the SAKSAPAKILLIAN will and docs secure a cure Is certain; for when once this remed v commences Its work of puriflc tlon, and auccecd In diminishing tho loss of wastes Its repaira wll. be rapid, and every day the patient will feel lilmseir growing hotter and strouger, the food divesting better, appetite improving, and llesh and wemht Increasing. Not only does the SarhaPAHILMAK ResoltINT rrw.rl all remedial agents io the Cure of i hronlc. Hcrofiilotia, Constitutional and Skill Diseases, bnt It I the only positive cure for Kidney and Bladder Complaint, Urinary and Womb Diseases, Gravel, Dlnnstes Dropsy, Stoppage of H'atcr.lncontiiiuance of Urine. MrlL'til s disease, Alnnmiuurls, and In all case where there are brli-k-dust deposits, or the water Is thick, cloudy, mued with substances like the whit I in rL'L, or threads like white silk, or there Is morbid, dark, bilious appearance, and while bone- ii ml deposits, aim when mere is a prickine, burn I ii if sensation when passing water, and I'aiu in the Small of the Hack and alou the Loins. Tumor of 12 J'ear' Growth Cured haawny t Ji.ciiolvent. Beverly, Mass , July lS.lBHO. Da. Radwat: I have had Ovarian Tumor In the ovaries and bowels. All the doctors said "there was no help for it." 1 tried everything that was recommended, but nothing helped ujo. j saw your Resolvent, and thought I would try it; but had no faith lu It, because 1 had suffered for twelve years I toik six bottle of the Resolvent and one box of Kadwav'a rills, and two bottles ot your Kuadv lie lint ; and there Is not a algn of tumor to be seen or felt, and 1 lee I oeuer, siusrte.r aud happier than kiive for twelve year. The worst tumor was In th left aide of the bowels, over the grotu. I write this to you for the bene lit of others. You can publish it if you chooee. HANNAH P. KNA1T. PRICE, ft PER BOTTLE. AN nWORTANT LETTER. Ann, Arbor, Mich., April 30, 1875. In. Uafiwat Kind Hir: 1 have been taking your insolvent, jiuKuiainiK ' ana also using lue Ready Relief about one year 'or ovarf&n tumors on ths abdomen whlcs lie nios Eminent physiclana of our Medical Collef ipronoum ed in :nrslle. '1 ney were uae mois on a ireu. n nen i was sit-1 tin In a chair the) hung almost to the floor, aud 1 jn v weight was 275 pounds when I commenced with your remedies, and now It is 210 pounds, but they re not all gone yet. 1 have taken twenty-four bot tles of Resolvent, nine of Relief, and twenty-four iboxceof Mils. I get the medicine from G. Gren vlll. I'lease send iuu your book "False and True." MRS. C. KRAI'F. Another Letter from Mrs V. Krapf. Ai;ot st 18, 1875. Dr. Radwat Kind (Sir: I take the liberty to ad dress you again. My health 's greatly improved by the nse of your medicines. Three of the tumor Arc entirely gone, and the fourth Is nearly so. Dropsy Is gone, health still improving, and my weight decreasing evry fHt. I have Lad a great many calls this summer to Inquire ot the wonder ful cure your medicine has done for me, one from Ouio, one from Cauada, three from Jackson, and quite a number from this place. Yours with re ipoct, MKS. C. KRAPF. We arc well acquainted with Mrs. Krapf. She la n eatiiua'ile lady, and very benevolent. She has becu tiie means of selling many bottles of the He solvent by the drugLMsts of Ann Arbor to persons alllicted with Interiml tumors. We have heard of onii wonderful cures eflected by it. Yours re pectfully, KUCUBACU & CO. Ann Arbor. Mich., Aug-18, 1475. EEGULATIITG PILLS iHirfect'.y taut! leas, elegantly coated with sweet kJiiu, purge, regulate, purify, cleanse, and atrengh u. Hadwuy' I'll Is, for the cure of all disorders of the Stomach, Llv.er, Bowels, Kidueya, Bladder, Nervous Disease, Headache, Constipation, Costive tiess, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Bllloaneee, Bilious Fever, Inllammation of the Bowels, i'iles, and all Duranenienta of the Internal Viscera. Warranted to edect a positive cure. I'urely Vegetable, con taining no mercury, minerals or deleterloua drum. from disorder of the Digestii It tt unserve llie lollnwlu in symptoms resultiug ve Organs. Constipation, inward I'll u. Fullness of the Blood in llie lleuu, ACidtty of the Stomach. Nausea. steArtnurii. lilSL'uitof Fond. Rr.llnu r u.'ui,i,, In tlao Stomach, rionrEmpuons.SinklngorFluUor lugs 1 the Fit of the Htomach. Wwluuning of th .d. Berried and Difficult Breathing, Flutlerlngs U the Heart, Choking or Hiitrocaiing Herniation vhon In a Lying Fosture, Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs before the Sight. Fever and Dul! Fain in tne Bead, Deficiency of Fersplration, Yellown-e of me sain ana e,yes, I'll in the bide, Chest, Limbs, nd sudden Flushes of Heat niirnlm in the i.'i...h A lew doses of UAIIWAY'H FILLb will free the system irom an me aoove named diaprdera. Price S5 rente per box. Bold by druggists. Read "FALSE ND TRUE." Aaftd one letter-stamp to KADWAYkk CO., No 8J ., w.mwmiiL uuorojauon wortu tuou, aada will ba anl roo, GITY It will pay to keep your ITarness in good condition. Use f rank Miller s Frepared Harness Oil, For Sale. A handsome six feet show case entirely new, lor sal9 cheap. Apply at Argus Office. tf. Vacant Places in the dental ranks will never occur u you place your trust in Sorodont. From youth to aire it will keep the enamel of the teeth epotlees and nnim paired. It has the same effect upon them that kyanization has upon wood: render ing them impervious to decay. All fractures, excetttof the bones, cured by Spaulding's Glue. Excursion to Muscatine. On Sunday next the Diamond Joe will carry an excursion from this city to Mus catine leaving at 9 o'clock a. m., and re turning at S oclock p. 10. Fare for the round trip 75 cents each. Good music in attendance. 1 lckets for sale by Geo. Lamont, 17d5t Agent. Something new for the ladies at Miss W. Peterson's milinery and fancy goods store 1(23. 2d Avenue in the way ot beautiful perfume and lily white combined Nothing like it has ever been offered for said in this city. It is pronounced by all ladies who have used it to be the finest and best in tha market. Your choice of six different odors. Call and see it, and also my new spring and summer stock of milinery and fancy goods, which will be sold at the most reasonable prices. Miss, Peterson is the only agent io Rock Island, Trimmed bats for the next 30 days be low cost. 6-3Qd&w3m The Weather To-Day. The following shows the temperature at The Argus UrriCK to-day its in dicated bv thermometer: 7 a. . f a above aero! 19 S-J' above zerc 9a. at, 723 " lr.m. 8o " ' Heligionsj Notices. Services at Christian Chapei at 10:45 A. M., and 7130 P. 31. Evening, oubject: The true Sphere of Christian Charity." 'a9tor. Kobert E. bwartz. Central Presbyterian, Rev. J, R. Find- ey will preach at 10:45 A. M. Subject iiypocracy and what it is worth. 7;45 . M. Subject: "Wicked Spirits, their nature and doings." Sabbath school 9:30 A. M. Pardoning Criminals. Gov. Cullom is rapidly gaining a reputa tion equal to that of Ex-Gov. Beveridge, for pardoning criminals. On Thursday he was moved to another act of exective clemency. This time he has pardoned Charles A. Boyer, who was convicted o brgery, at the Feburary term of the Knox circuit court, and sentenced to the state reform 6chool for a term of three years The demand for a southern penitentiary is scarcely apparent now, for a general prison delivery is'rapidiy going on that must soon result in completely emptying the Joliet institution. Ibis is rather hard on th people, but is "bully" for forcers, thieves and murderers, Ihe Fate of Newspaper Thieves. Mat. Smith, alias Patsy Brady, the boy who was sent to iail for stealing news papers, appeared before the county court this forenoon and plead guilty to stealing three papers from subscribers of the Union. His mother stated to the court that Mat was a very bad boy; would not go to school, nor obey her in anything she told him to do and she wanted him sent to the reform school till he was 21 years old. Owing to tha boys routh about 14 years and as this was his first appear ance before his Ilonor -Mat got off with a sentence of 1G hours in jail on each of three counts. Thi9 should be a warning to himfor the next time he is arrested he will cer tainly be sent to the reform school. By every consideration of profit if not of propnety.that which-sustains and strength en! the system should be absolutely pure. Boils, I'imples, Lrnptions, etc., inuicate impo7erirthmeot and poisoning of the blood and should be removed by Dr. Bull's Blood Mixture, which strengthens the blood and keeps it always pure. Still Harping on my Daughter. The New York Times mourns like a tartle dove or, perhaps more properly pcakine, croaks liko a venerable raven at seeing "bow completly the South is im "prcgnated with the ideas which underlie repudiation." But the rascally quality of repudiation does not seem to be wholly indigenous to the South. Minnesota is not a Southern State, aud moreover i a good Ecpublican State in its politics, aud yet it has Just re pudiated its railroad boad debt by the decisive figures of 59,176 to 17,324. Figures wont no when placed in proper position, but d n tho position, as the book keeper said when his accounts wi u!d n't balance. f Personal. Dr. Truesdale says Mrs. S. M. Gold smith was somewhat easier to-day, though he thinks the symptoms of dropsy are in creasing. lion. W. DJ. Gest of Rock Island was in town this week. He is one of the attornoye in the Bishop Hill Colony case. Cam bridge Chiff. Dr. J. W. Stark has moved his dental rooms into Gayford & Ludolph's new block, aud lie now has one of the finest offices in the city. Harlan K. Saunders, an artist, having his office at 85 and 87 Madison street, Chicago, is in the city, stopping at the Rock Island House. Mr. S has on exhibition at Wylio & McCuue'a store a handsomely executed vrayon likeness of a deceased daughter of Horace Rublee, of Madison, Wis., late minister to Swedes, He will only remain in the city a few days, Mr. C, Winter, editor of tho Neue Volks Zeitunq, reisrned from Milwaukee this morning, where he haile attending the festival of the Turner societies of the United States. He says the festival is largely attended, and is a decided success. The Cambridge .? pays the following enmpliment to one of our painters, l, M. Whiffec: "Negotiations are oo foot for tji,e decoration of Mascall Ua!I, which we hope may be successful. ' The proprietors are in correspondence with Mr. IT. M. Whifien of Rock Island, an artist of unusually fine taste and great skill, and we hope they may coma to an agreement. No better scene painter than Mr. Wbiifen can be found in the west, and his superiors are very ecaroo at the east." HILLS2ALS, ARREST Or RICHARD HILL, HIS SON EDWARD A2TO JACOB SNYDER. They are Suspected of Being the Burglars. For the past two years numerous rob beries and various other crimes have been committed in the vicinity of Hillsdale, in Canoe Creek township, this county, but the officers have always been baffled in 'arreting out the gutlty parties though suspicion has frequently pointed to parties in Hillsdale. On Sunday night, the 15th, the store of Wm. Ennis, at Hillsdale, was entered by burglars, who succeeded in getting $120 in money. iur. Iannis, ror numerous reasons, suspected that Richard Hill, his sons, Jacob and Edward, and a man named Jacob bnyder, knew who the guuty par ties were that in fact they were the ones themselves and, on Monday, the 16th, he came to this city and procured a warrant for their arrest from Justice Uawes. The papers were giyeu to Mar shal Hawes, who commenced to "work up" the case. He employed Ben Stemple. sending' him to Hillsdale to act as a detec five. While there Stemple stopped at Hill's house as he keeps a hotel and he must have succeeded admirably in finding out that they were the burglars, for last evening Marshal Hawes received a telegram to come up and make the arrests. Hawes, accompanied by Con atable Aakrum and Dr. Craig, (the latter went along for "sport") left about 9 o'clock for Hillsdale in a carriage. On the way they stopped at the residence of Constable Daaine Nicholson, inCoe township, and he accompanied them. They arrived at the village about 6 o clock this morning and put up" at Wm. Schroeder's hotel. About 0 o'clock, Snyder and Stemple walked into Schroeder's to get a drink bnyder was immediately arrested and handcuffed by Hawes and Ankrum. Then, while Hawes guarded the prisoner, Ankrum, Nioholson and Craig proceeded across the street and arrested Hill and his two tons, bd. and Jake. Dick was found in bed, but the two boys were in the yard, Jake was afterwards released, as Stemple said there was no evidence that he was one of burglars. Ankrum and Craig took charge of Dick and Ed. Hill, and they came down on the 11 o'clock train leaving Hawes, Nichol Bon, Stemple and Snyder to come down in the carriage. Marshal Hawes and his party arrived about 1:30 o'clock, and Snyder was locked up in jail. The prisoners are confined in separate cells, and are not allowed to con. verse with one another. Snyder is about 25 years old; has been working for Hill, as he 6ays for 50 cents per day; he, how ever, spends most of his time hunting, fish ing and io idleness. His father is a farm er and lives a short distance this side of Port Byron. When arrested, Snyder had $25 in his pockets. Hawes says that pub lic opinion at Hillsdale t atroncly against the men arrested. The grounds for sus pecticg them are that Snyder and Hill were 6ecn on the steps of the store just be fore the burglary wes discovered. Mr. Ennis left and locked his store at 6 o'clock on Sunday evenicg, and when he returned a halt hour later he found the store had been robbed and they were the only par ties seen near it during that time. Xhe arrest oi Lick ilill will be a sur prise to many people iu this county who have kDown him for man? yours, lie is a son of the lute Jaoics Ilill, one of the old. est and most respected residents of the couDty. it was weli kuown tnat ne waa addicted to an excessive use of intoxicating beverage, but few, if any, ever tboueht he would be guilry of (ho crime of which he is charged. The examination has been sot for 10 o'clock Monday forenoon, before Justice Ilawcs when additional facts will proba bljr be brought to light. The voice of reform is heard through the land, aud speaks of the "good time coming. So too the spirit ot reform is woiking in nurseries of the land to banish those dangerous Opium and Morphia pre paratious, and establish useful and harm less remedies, of which Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup is acknowledged as jhe very best for all the disorders of fjabyhood and early Childhood. Sold everywhere at 25 cents a bottle. CementThe Western - pany. Cement Con, One of the prominent industries of this country is the manufacture of Cement, of which the largest establishment in the Union, that of the Western Cement Com pany, has its headquarters in Chicago, their fteneral offices being located at Wo. 98 Market street. The operations, re sources and extent of the business traDS- actions of this Company are very heavy, being carried on upon a scale of great magnitude. The Western Cement Com pany is a Stock Company for manufactur ing and Belling Hydraulic Cement. The general officers of the Company are Mr. James Clark. President, who is extensively 'and favorably known to the trade,and who is also possessed of ample financial means. Mr. F. D. Meacham fills the position of Assistant Secretary with marked ability. This company was formed by the consoli dation ot several Companies, and has leased and operates 15 Cement c.ills,whtch are located in different parts of the coun try. 8 being at Louisville, &y.; 3 at JJtica, III.; 3 at Akron, N. Y., aud 1 at Alton, III. The manufacturing capacity of these mills averages, in round numbers, one and a half million barrels per annum, which is much larger showing than any other firm produces in the United State. That they have succeeded in introducing a really superior article, and also that this fact ia ipidely acknowledged, is readily shown by the ejtepj of their trade, their goods being favorably inowa sjjd in de mand in all sections of the Union wiieta important works are in progress. Their specialty is in supplying the celebrated brapds of "Utica," "Akron," and "Louis ville" HydraiUc Cement, these being uni versally recognized as the best in the market for their respective purpose. addition to this, they also deal in Michigan and New York Stucco and Portland Ce ment. Mr. E. G. Frazer and the Port Byron Lime Association are agents and will be pleased to receive orders. See card in this issue of The Argus. The American House, Bosten, always' reckoned one ot the best, seems to improve with age. Its location is unfurpassed for parties either on business or pleasure, and it has few equals in its thousand contriv ances for the comfort and pleasure of guests. BUSSIsiJ;! 12 Splendid weather. War news is left all ia the shade now since tne great r inroad striKes com ¬ menced. Peter Farrell has completed the brick work on J. B. Cargill's new store, oppo site the jail. Numerous sidewalks are being built in the lower part of the city in accordance with the notices served by Com'r Wilson. The employes of the stove foundry held their annual pic nic on Offerman's Island to day. Of course, they had a jolly time. Aid. S. M. O'Neal has been appointed foreman of the wood work department of the Buford Plow Works in place ot Amos Altimus. lhe body of Roger Williams was transmuted into the sap and fibre of an apple tree, and the fruit was eaten by many persons. A number of gentlemen in this city are quietly organizing an infantry com pany, and have sent to the adjutant general for instructions. James Burns will be released from jail in ihe morning in time to attend church and it ia hoped that he won't be locked up tor being drunk and disorderly again Michael Hines a section hand on the Davenport & Northwestern Railroad, was run over by a hand car near Del mar, on Wednesday, and received injuries from which be died. During the suspension of work at the Buford Plow Works many needed im provements were made in the blacksmith shop, and it is now one of the most con venient in the three cities. At Umaha, on Hednesday, a man named Wm. Knowlton, who i9, by the Omaha papers assigned to Dixon, Iowa, was instantly killed in a saw mill, his head being cut in two by a saw. Peter Garland, a miner of Wilson's Gulch, Montana, was besieged in his cabin two days by a mountain lion. Some stray horses created-a diversions and he escaped on June 30 from his imminent peril. Found in The Argus box: "A match game yesterday afternoon between the Brown-Boys of Davenport and the Colliers of this city, the victory once more to cur boys The score standing 9. to 24. A warrant is out for the arrest of Bob Bromley, a drunken rough, for assaulting Thomas Langdell by striking him a terri ble blow on the head with a shovel. The papers were issued by Justice llayden. Those who wish to enjoy a cheap and no doubt pleasant ride on the river, to morrow, can do so by taking the Diamond Joe at 9 o'clock in the morning, go to Muscatine, and return at 8 o'clock all for 75 cents. The boys in the paint shop of the Buford Plow Works are ingaged handsome ly painting a number of plows to be placed on exhibition at the numerous state and county lairs this fall, These finished ate beauties. The Deseret Aew)s,with a cool jtravity, discusses the Pan- Presbyterian council as if the Mormon were one of the churchos entitled to representation therein. It says: "Christ's church is one; men's churches are various." A stranger arrived in St. Louis, took a look at the city and shot himself. In his pockets were found thirty five cents and a stub ot a lead pencil, which caused e coroner's jury to return a verdict: "Chicago editor, couldn't stand prosperity." Cameo Oil Paintings. Full iostruc tions how to make Cameo oil paintings, by Mr, C. h. loune, only hfty cents. No No previous knowledge of drawing, paint ing or color mixing required. See samples at the Postofhce. 21 tf The Ssattle (Or.) Intelligence says: "Perry Dunfield has sold hfs Dawmish river farm to the Wa Chong (Chinese company. Ihe purchasers intend to con struct a temple which will be occupied eventually by Josh and placed in charge of a Chinese priest." W. J. Browne, superintendsnt at the Buford Piow Works, has had made and neatly painted one of the celebrated "Browne" sulky plows manufactured by that company, which he intends to ship to his father, in Ballyhauch, Ireland, as a present. And faith, it's a fine one. The governor is busily engaged in col lecting and abstracting a mass of papers submitted to him in the case of the noto rious Billy Forrester, who is now confined in the penitentiary for burglary. The peti tion for his pardon is based on tho allega tion of Allen Pinkerton, of Chicago, that he is innocent (?) As he is a notorious cracksman and scoundrel generally, the chances arc that, he will be pardoned, and turned loose to again prey Upoq thg com munity. Springfield Jicpvblimn, July 16: "Granville Ely, a young New Yorker, who was given $20,000 a year by his father, the lute Elias Ely, a prominent lawyer, is in jail at Middleton for stealing a coat from the landlord of the Gelafoq House. He was handsome, highly educated, brilliant and lavish with his money, but ran through it all, has been in Sing Sing for forgery, and been arrested many times lor petty larcenies and is now so much changed io appearance as to be hardly recognized by those who koew hrm eight years ago." Annie Louise Gary sines pycry Sun day during vacation in the little church at Durham. A correspondent who heard her sing "Rock of Ages" two weeks ago, was wrought up to this high pitch: "Her glcrjocs voice seemed to linger, then to swell forth in a pure, strong, soulful crescendo an equisite burst of melody ami then float out on the still July air over the medows and woodlands even the birds keeping silent out of compliment until the eoupd-waye was broken, and the hym died away In Que last, lingering chord of harmony." And then the preach? er said, "let us pray." Stockton (Cal.) Herald: "Dr. Kenealy, the parliamentary and legal champion of the Tichboine claimant in England, denounces ex-President Grant as a corrupt man, who amass&d immense weultij vhjle in the White House. Dr. Kenealy had better keep Lub tongue in his head und attend to his own business, it is no affair of bis what General Grant did, and if he talks in that way in the presence of an American, no matter what that American's opinion of Grant may be. Dr. Kenealy will get 'a head put on him' and -l j-v i i -r rv 1 i 4--r " deserve it too, Cincinnati -Enquirer, July 10: "There was a civilization two thousand years ago under which the great preacher from Tarsus could not get so far away from Rome that the name of a lloroan citiaen would not command respect and cause men to tremble. Touch ,the rights of an English subject, anywhere on earth, and England asks why. The outrages com mitted by the Mexicans upon citizens of the United Htates upon the border cannot longer be lightly treated, Let the army that has been used to turn out our gov ernors and legislatures be put to a useful purpose, Let Mexioo, like any' other conntry, be compelled to behave herself I" Danbury JVews: "EV observed a Danbury boy to his father, "what does Mr. Pitkins and Julia find to talk about in the parlor by themselves, four hours a night every night in the wek?" The old gentleman pulled a splint out of the broom, and slowly prodding , his teeth wifh it, re plied "I got a hunk of meat, yesterday, an' we had it boiled for dinner, didn't we?" "Yes." "An had it cold for sup per?" "Yes. "An' your ma hashed it up tor breakfast this morning, didn't she?" "Ye."- "An to-day I got another hunk, ' which Is on the same road, ain't it?" lYes." ,'Well, that's the way with Pitkins an' your sister Julia." MOLINE. ABfJUS HEADQtJAETEES-MOLISE, Richards & Sobbbbck's Drng and Book Store opposite First Rational BanK, wnere ail orders can be left for the Argus, and where all Holine business is transacted br O. J. Beardslee. Busi ness notices should be handed in by noon to en aure publication the game day. 185-Tbe base ball match was won by Sam. Kennedy's nine, score 34 to 17. 8A. J. Bourne has gone east on a visit to his parents. He is expected home in about three weeks. Ka?Andrew Johnson was arrested last night for sleeping in the cars and disturb ing the peace. This morning Magistrate Swander sent him to work on the streets. Ja-While walking up R. R. street the other evening he met another fellow with his girl, called him a liar and belted him severly. Now the young lady has been banished to Rock Island. JBThe Ttapid8 City base ball club came down in wagons to day to piay a match game with the Moline Stars The were playing this atternoon in front of the east ward school house. jfca?Binding of every description done at close figures at The Argus bindery. All kinds of printing cheaper than else where in the three cities. First class work guaranteed. tf. ISr-Moline Lodge No. 133, 1. O. O. F, held their semi-annual election last Dight. A. L. Quick was elected N. G. ; W. P. Cole V, G. ; J. E.Mitchell II, S.; J Tuffly, treasurer. Installations were con' ducted by D. G. M., Henry Vierich. Jte-John Healy, William Spearing and Buck Owens, notice of whose arrest was given in yesterday's ARQUS, were taken before Magistrate Swander yesterday afternoon and fined $10 and costs each They claim thktthe punishment is unjust and will appeal the case. JKaTPreachiog at the Congregationa church to-morrow, morning and evening, by the pastor Rev. Barnard. Morning subject: "Christ and the Scribes, or the new and the old. Evening: Song ser vice, and a short sermon to the children and young people. JNOTICE TO THE PUBLIC 1 he partner ship between W. H, Gaylord and myself having been dissolved July 14th, 1 hereby forbid the payment of any bills for bull meat due the firm to that date, to W. II Gaylord, or any one else, without my or ders, A. A. Rabell. ML'JUUUL! J A Swindle. It now comes to light that many persons who have sent money for cheap visiting cards so freely advertised, cannot hear from their cards or their money. The plan seems to have been to fill the first or der sent from a locality, and then, offering extra inducements to agents, a large list is secured and the money sent on, and that is the last of it. The printed cards are offered by these firms at less prices than legitimate establishments can furnish them for, and the American Agriculturist says it has Dcen discovered that the obiect is to secure lists of names to be used in mailing Circulars of obscene books, lotteries, &c. Printing, Binding and Blank-Book work specialities at The Argus Office. No pains will be spared to please customers. hatistaction guaranteed. tf Californians going last cr West, will a ways find the head quarters for people of the Uccident at the ever popular bherman iiouse, vnicauo. i aiie unexcelled and service ptrfect Afire-alarm and fire-es, cape io every ro 'to, making assurance dou bly sure. Ask your Lightning. druggist for Cram's Fluid We Def? the World to produce medicine that takes hold of, rheumatism equahy to Duraog's llheuroatic Itemedv, Sold by Bengston. A Sure Thing. Dr. Hunter's SoeciG and Injection No. 1 are warranted to cure the Gonncrhoea. Gleet,Chordee,Strictures disease ot the kidneys, bladder and urinary organs or males and females, yr. ijunter s cpecinc -o. is a sure remedy for the Spermatorrhoea, Semina weakness, niehtly emissions, the loss power, caused oy sen aouse or excessiv indulgence. Price of Dr. Hunter's Specific, $2 per bottle; Injection, f 1 per bottle Sent everywhere by express. Dr. J Dinsbeer. sole croDrietor. No. 508. North Seventh street, gt. Louis, Mo. Send two stamps for treatise. ' Cure guaranteed or money refunded. Dr. Dinsbeer will treat all chromic diseases, and furnish medicines for less money than any other physician in St. Louis. Write or call. For sale by all oruggist'. tts Everlasting Perfume! -Murray & ijanaian s norma, water r.as otten oee tT: '. .- 1, i styiea tne rivenasting renume. it is indeed true that its delightful and refresh ing fragrance lingers for many days around whateyer it touches unlike the ordinary perfumes, that leave no trace ct their mo EieRtray existence save the sickly, heavy odor of raccid oils. Buyers ehould always ask for the Florida Water prepared by ijanman S ivemp, Jew York. Dunbar's Wonderful Discovery I Mineral Spring Water. Wankesba, Wis. Betheada Th;3 water is the acknowledged cure of te jutraciaoie anq incurable djsease known as bright s disease, aiobetes.dropsv. brick dust deposit, inllammatiou ol the neck of the bladder, alkali, and gouty swelling. tor the liver it u unsurpassed. It wi a jay all infiamation of the kidney and grina organs in twenty-lour tjoura giving name diate relief; also, in scarlet lever it pre vents the kidney from congesting, and re moves all traces of albumeneria. It will give relief in all cases of high lever. Has never failed to do what is claimed for it Col. Richard. Dunbar. Waukesha, Wis. For sale io Davenport in iny uautity by Euieis & Co , and by druggists through out the world. 5-19d&wly. Howe's concentrated syrup, the great Wood purifier, and ague cure and tonic bitters, can be had of Uengston and Thomas. " ' ' " ' The celebrated Peoria show cases; cheaper than any other in the market. Quality guaraqted. Workmanship un surpassed. Bob't G.Lutke, manufacturer, Peoria. Ills., Field Eros . agents, Rock Island, Ills. 5-10dly Popular illustrated book (260 pages) on Manhood! Womanhood! Marriage! Impediments to Marriage; the cause and cure. Sent securely sealed, post-paid, for 50 cents, by Dr. O. Whittier, 617 St. Charles street, St. Louis, Mo., the great specialist Read his work. Ladies, a soft and beautiful skin is the desire of every lady of refinement. Pojp- jui'e medicated completion powder has been fully tested, and Idund to perform all that is claimed for "it It renders the skin delicately soft remove's all discolora tions, eruptions, etc. Mothers can apply jt to ipfapfs who become chafed, with a surety of immediate relief. Price, 60c and $1,00 per box. Sold by all druggists. Depot 607 N Sixth street (Lindell hotel), St. Louis, M& TIE EJ till Laa3 THE MOST J iJisrS. IE BO" UBB. It will do the same work with one-half the fuel required by For Sale by Star "WHITE STANDARD WHITE CORRODERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF STRICTLY PURE WHITS LEAD Eed Lead- Orange Mineral, Potters' Lead, Zinc Paint, Putty and Colors. Awarded te GOLD MEDAL PREMIUM. Nov. 1975, hy the Plttsbnrch Tradesmen- IndnPlrial Intl f" competitors for the HESi WHITE LEAD. f5r"Our Price is as low a that of any other J?iTTSBURGU 8oucITID- office' No- i Flf,h Avenue, adjoining Exchange National Bank Tor Sale by T. H. Thomaa. Rock Island; and C Piper, Moline. OLD AND TRIED. "Tho Best is the Cheapest' hsts"ijrh: WITH HAYES & Ul, AGENTS, Firo, Life and Accident. T.HJ OSLY AOSNfT DOISO SXCMTSIVELY ISSfKANCB. ALL LOSSES BSOMPTLT ATTKSECD TO. POLI CIES ISSC1D IN THBJ FOLLOWING OLD AND TR1KD COrANIE!. Old New YorkiUnderwritcra Agency... $ 8,500,000 Old Continental 8,040,000 Old Phoenix 2,72,O00 Old Hqward, organized 1825 890,000 prn4En-AmericaD. 3SO,O00 Uverpool & London & Globe 30,000,000 Royal, of London 80,000,000 Imoerial, of London 18,000,000 Northern, ot London 27,000,000 Girard, of PhiladelDhia 1,000,000 St. Paul r'ire and Marine 1,000.000 Traders of Chicago 930,000 Atlantic, of Brooklyn 457,000 Amazon, of Cincinnati, Ohio. 955,000 Rhode Island Association 1,E00.000 Western, of Toronto 1,500,000 Fairfield, of Connecticut. 305,315 Commonwealth, of Boeton. 435,834 Revere, of Boston 863,375 ACCIDENT. Travelers' Accident, ol UarU'od 8,760 000 MTE. VTas'iington Life 5,500,000 Total Asset. $119,933,524 OFFICE, BENGSTOITS BLOCK, ROCK ISLAND, ILL "The h k Ihe Cheapest,1 J. ill BUF Kopretents tbe following Old and Reliable Insurance Co.s. And will issue Polices in any of them at as LOW A RATE as the risk will justify. -Stna, Hartford $ 7,900,000 Hartford, 3,300,000 Phoenix M 2,450,000 National, 1,050,000 Qr-ept, 800,000 Atiae, tl ..... .,. 4rX),000 Ine. Co. N. America, Philadelphia 6,700,000 Franklin, 8,400,000 Fire Aseoclatlon, 3, 0,000 American. " 1.400,000 Home, New York 6,900,000 Niagara, , 1,500.000 Manhattan, " a50,000 Westchester, " 800,000 North Western Nat. Milwaukee, Wis.,.. 878,000 American Cent. St. Louis, Mo., 760.000 St. Louis, 350,000 St. Joseph, St. Joseph, Mo. 435,000 Firemen's Fund, San Francisco, (Gold) ? 725,000 ueeii, England, (Gold)..... 12,000,000 Scottish Com1!, Glasgow ; 11,000,000 British America, Toronto I,00,0o6 AUcmaun), Pittsburgh, Pa. .......... 850,000 MillYille Mutual, Millville, N.J 1,500,000 Lycoming, lluncy, Pa... 6,350,000 K', Vf. Passenger,' Hartford 600,000 Conn, Mutual Life, Hartford., ........ 60,000,000 . Total Aaaata Upreeite(l.,......iSsiO,000 OHO FIRE & LIFE if yyy EELIABLE other Stoves I FEED HASS, Block, opposite Harper House. LEAD. LEAD WORKS I HELICAL. 55 fcv 1' nnipnr.ETs II02IEOPATUIG SmCIFICS Have rizovED, rno:,i the most ample experience, an entire succe. Sin' p!, l rorapt, Efficient aad Reimbie. They are the onlv medicines perfectly adapted to popular use-so simple that mistakes cannot be mude in using them ; so harmless aa to be freu from danger ; aui eo efficient as to, be always relinble. They havu tire highest commendatioa from all, and will alwaya render satisfaction. No"- Cures.. CcnK f.?'rcr Conffstif,i. Inflnmmntions, . . SS 8. normii "Worm Fever, Worm Colic, . . 25 a, rym--i.-uie.orTeeUiinjrof Infanta, 4. Diarrhoea, of Children or Adults, . . Hysentery, Griping, Bilious Colic, . 6. fholcra-Morbu., Vomiting, . , 7. Cough., Colds, Bronchitis, . . 8. IVeuralsIa, Toothache, Faoeache, . 9. Headaches, Sick Headache, Vertigo, Si a a 21 15 .5 25 25 25 25 iv. -isia, uuious cnomaen. 11. Nnirpreaaed. or Painful l'liriod. 12. Whiles, too Profuse Periods, . . . 13. Croup, Couph, Difficult Breathing, . 14. Saltlthenm, Jirysipelas, Knipoons, 15. ItheumatUm. lUieumatip I-uina. - 25 25 fO SO id 16. "irer d Asrne, Chili fever, Azues. Ophthalioy, and Sore&r AVcak Eyes, , 18. Catarrh, acute or chronic. Influenza, , nooping-cougn, violent coughs, SI. Asthma, oppressed Breathins, .', 22. 13ar IHsc barges, impaired hearin, 23. ajicrotfula, enlarged plands, rwellinsrs, 24. rneral Debility, physical Weakness, 25. Dropsy nnd scanty Secretion, ... 20. fiea-Sickness, eicknres truui riding, 0 M io 60 60 S3 it) n. Jiutnej--xn-ae, unvei, ..... 28. Kcrroaa Oehillty, Seminal Weakness JO or involuntary discharges, ..... 1 M 29. Rore llotfth, (Jankor, ... . M 30. Vrlnary Wealines,weti:nffthebcd, . S3 51. Painful I'ci-ioda, V.ith Spiisins, . . Id 52. Iiaeaae of Heart, palpitation-., etcv 1 CO 53. Upilepsey, Kpasras, St. Vitus' Dance, . 1 00 SI. Iiphtherla, ulcerac-l sore throat, . . 5i) Si. Chronic Consrestioua and Kmptiocs, 50 Vials, 50 cents, (except n, E2 and 33., . f 1 FABILI CASi:S, - Case (Morocco) with above S3 large vki'.s p.h ! Manual of direetiona, . . . (low fane (Morocco) of 20 large vials nnd Book, 600 SingK; Boxes and Vials aa aljve. jr These remediea are aent by the . case or single box to any part of the country, free of charge, on receipt of price. Address - - Humphreys' Homeopathic Wlcaiclrio c,w Ofllce and Depot, 109 Fnlton street. New York. Sold in Bock Island by Benser & Thomas, Otto Grojan, C. Speidel, and K. Brcunert mwf I. CHBISMAN'S EEAL ESTATE AND- Loan A.s;eiicv, HILLIER BLOCK ROCK ISLAND. U.L FOR SALE. 120 Acre farm in McIIenry So. II',?. tioi.dlr.j provements. Price $4,700 109 1 Q Acre Farm In McIIonry Co., Ills. Price 94,000 80 Acre Farm in Story Co., Iowa. Price $2,600 160 Acre Farm, Franklin Co .Kanea. Price S4.00O Acre Farm, Donclaa Co., Kaiifas. Prlca $3,500 Acre Farm, Sumner Co- Kansas. Price $1,600 175 80 Acre Farm, Lyon Co., Kansas. rice $1,300 40 Acre Farm. Dmic1a Pr Cmiaaa Price $1,000 400 Acre Farm, Whiteside Co., Illinois, nt-ar Sterling. Price $14,000 1 fl 7 1-9 Acre Firm, Hock Island Co , Ills IU l"a Price $4,800 01 R Acre Farm, Callaway Co., Mo. Stock Farm 013 ' price $15,000 QCfl Acre Farm, Atchinson Co., Mo. PP11' UQU Stuck Faim. irice 10.800 Oft Acre Farm, Kent Co., Michigan, ailjmlng OU Berlin. Price 6,0 'LANDs in all the Western States will null Jot Cash or part Uaaa, arid vfiue en (ha balance. Houses and Lots in Kock Island andanumbei of other places for sale or exchange f or iands. . "Ca:!l and get prices and location of lands. Rock Island, 111., Aug." 28, 18T6. Lnf.! ! OCR f" AND f5.00 OLTFIT UUn I KHEK! Something NewJ " Onljf one Agent in a town. Illustrated Catalogues. Addrers w. w. Bisnop lSSWest Madiaon street, CM1CAGO 2ftaf r to the dlu I Asaca U-3 - Ol kl Etf y j r: v&S? y a Lisa