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Twenty-Sixth Year.
Rock Island, Illinois, Tuesday, -A.ngu.st
7,
1877.
Established Oct 18, 1851
Railroad Time Table.
QaiQASO.SOCS ISLA17D PJLCXTXO S. S.
aoisa bast nu um :
It 9.00 a. m.; 4:30 p,m.; and 9:35 p. m. Trains
arrive irom wests above. .
At .40a.m.; 10:10 . m., and :00 p. . Train
arrive from the east at above.
WKTMK TOION BAILSOAL.
FOR RACINE A MILWAUKEE.
Sry'6" ,nd M ' R&mA
k" 10:15 6:60 PM
"s oaprese leaving Kwk Inland every
Sunday night at 10:15 connects with the train arri
ving in Chicago early Monday morning. No lay
over check given on thron.rt, ti-ir.-t f prim ff tt
Island to Chicago. Through tickets only good on
ST. L07IS & IOCS ISLAND B. S.
. . 91W9 BOTJTH TBAIWS LIAVB
At 8 :00 a.m. and 6:15 p. m. daily,
4BRIV1 rBOM ST. LOUIS
At 9:90 a. m. daily, and 9:15 cm.
8TIBLIH9 TallSS LIAVt
BBIVa TBOM IT11U1S
At 4:30 p. m
At 10:40 a. m.
PECSIA & IOCS ISLAHD EAILTAT.
SHOBTSST ROUTB tO TBI IAST AHD SOUTH.
LIAVB. ARH1VB.
Eastern Ex. 5 50 a. m. Mail A Ex. 1 :02 p, ml
Mail t Ex. 140 p. m. Western Kx. 6:55 p.m.
Way Freight 6 ;S0 a. m. Way Freight 8 :25 p. m.
The 6:00 a. m, train makes close connection at
alva with C B & Q, for Aledo and Keithsbnrg,
also at Peoria with PPAJ, (or Jacksonville, Spring
eld. 8t Loots and all points sooth and southwest,
arriving In Ht Louis at7:O0 p m.
The 1 :60 train makes close connection at Galve
with O B Q R R. for the west; arriving atQulncy
at :4R p m., also at Peoria with IB AW, and T
PA W., for points east and southeast,
EOCZ ISLAND ft UES52S CO.. S. B.
Leave Rock Island at 9 :00 a. m.. and 4 :00 p. m. Ar
riving at Cable at 11 :10 a. m., and 6:00 p. in.
Leave Cable at 6:30 a. m., and 12:45 p. m. Arriving
at Rock Island at 8:30 a. m., and 8 :00 p. m.
TAILORING.
ZIF.1MER & STEGEMANN,
No. 1.908 Second Ave N. side Union Square,
Merchant Tailors !
AVE JTJST RECEIVED A LARGE AND WELL
assorted stock, of
H
English
and French Cassimeres,
Diagonals, Worsted Suitings, Beavers,
Doeskins, etc., etc.
t?"A.l work guaranteed and prices reasonable.
FINANCIAL
HOUSE NAILS
TELEGRAPHIC.
POUSHEO
HAMMERED AND FINISHED!
Tel egraphed to the Bock Itland Argvt.
7
8
K
10
1
The Ausablc Nails
are Hammered Hot, and the
Finishing and Pointing
are done Cold, thus Imitating
the Process of Making Naih by
Hand. Quality is fuUy Guaranteed.
For sale by all leading Iron nnd hard
ware houses.
ABRAHAM BUSSING, Scc'y,
35 Chambers St., New York.
FOREIGN NEWS.
London, Aue. 7. A Vienna corresnon-
dent confirms the report that Austria has
concluded the financial arrangement
necessary for a partial mobilization. The
total sum borrowed is 26.400.000 florins.
A Bucharest correspondent reports much
sickness in the Russian army in Dabon-dscha.
London, Aue. 7. The first installment
of reinforcements for Cuba, 1,000 men
will leave Spain Aue. 15.
London. Aue. 7. A dispatch from
Constantinople says in the Daval engage
ment in the Sulind river, the Turkish
iron clads attacked even Russian eun-
boats and destroyed two of them.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
THE BROOKLYN Oil. WORKS BUSSED.
A Selected tover Trvs a Hatchet. Failure
of a Broker. ' Statement of the Citizens
Fire Insurance Company.
New.York, Aug. 7. The Brooklyn oil
works at Greenpoint, were partially de
stroyedjby fire lata night; loss $100,000.
Fully insured. These works were known
as Stake's Oil Works and there has been
much litigation over them recently.
IT IS AN ERONEOCs idea that duoim run I Mrs. b rank Holmes was fatally assaulted
not be cured except by taking large quantities of I by Henry Clark, a rejected lover, at her
medicines into the stomach, in a great many cases I residence on Lexington avenue, last even
ing. Clark had been watching for her for
weeks, and as she was entering her house
last evening he attacked her with a hatchet,
cutting five terrible gashes ia her head.
Charles tt. Martin, broker, No. 234
Broadway, failed; liabilities $80,000.
Aue statement 01 me citizens x ire in
surance Company of New York, .whose
collapse was announced yesterday, shows
defiecit of $61,000.
SPECULATION
In Wall Street.
8500.OO0 has been made in a single investment
f l'H). This of course Is an extraordinary occur
rence; but ordinarily $5 csn realize say $2.r,()00.
Even snms as low as f 1 can be safely inveted,when
favorable result can show a profit of $5,00(1.
Circulars giving full information sent free by ad
dressing TAYLOR A CO, Bankers,
No. 11 Wall St., N. T.
S25,S5flsS400,S200, S500.
Til- reliable Imnse of ALEX. FROTOTNGFIAM
& CO., No. 12 Wall street. New York publlfh a
handsome eight pace weekly paper, culled the
Weekly Financial Report, which tney send free to
any address. In addition to a large number of edi
torials on financial and other topics, it contains
very full and accurate reports of the saleB and
standing of every stock, bond and security dealt in
at the Stock Exchange. Messrs. Frothinoham A
Co., are extensive brokers of large experience and
tried Intecrlty. In addition to their stock broker
age business, they sell what are termed "Pr'.villges"
or "Puts and Calls," now one of the favorite meth
ods of It-Ultimate speculation, 'l'heir advice is val
uable, and by following it many have made for
unes. New York Metropolis.
Cement, Plaster, &c.
of which much Injury is done, although the disease 1
in point be actually enred. The coats of the stom
ach by continued use of nanseating mixtures, fre
quently become so much disordered that the diges
tive function is seriously injured the resnlt of
which is dyspepsia, nervousness, colics, alternate
diarrhea and costiveness. flatulence, Rightmare,
etc. Won'd It not. therefore, be very desirable to
possess a remedy, which blng applied externally
would excite the absorbents to increased action,
and thns carry off through this medium, the delete
rious principle which is the direct cause of the dis
ease? Snrelv every thinking man will admit that
this wonld not only be the most pleasant, but by
far the safest means to effect the desired end. The
almost superhuman cures performed by the Ara
bian physiciauB in the days of old were mainly ef
fected by this course of tieatment, and the ingredi
ents of which H O. FARRSLL'S CELEBRATED
ARABIAN LINIMENT is composed, are extricated
from rare plants peculiar to Arabia. This great
kwiment (which is now to be had of most respecta
ble druggists and merchants in every town in the
United States) is daily effecting cures which seemed
beyond the power of medicine to control consump
tion, bronchitis and liver complaints in their first
stages, nervous affections. Indigestion, enlalge
ment of the spleen, scrofulous tamors, goitre, etc..
are frequently cured, and always relieved by Its
use. It is unsurpassed as an anodyne relieving
severe pains in a few minutes after its application,
it soothes the irritated nerves, and produces that
delightful tranquility so grateful to the nervous in
valid. Sprains, bruises, wounds, burns, sore throat
chilblains, rheumatism, sun pain, etc., are speedily
cured by it, and for nearly all ailments in horses or
cattle, requiring an external application, it is an ef
fectual remedy.
found half an hour after by a posse of
the citizens in the last agonies of death,
having taken poison. Mrs. Hall is still
alive, but her situation is considered pre
carious. Civil suits for damages was filed in St.
Louis on Monday in the United States
circuit court by the United States 'govern
ment aeainsttMcKee. The action em
braces 1 .653 eounts for $1,400 each aggre
gating $2,314,200. These cjunts are al!
alike in form, except that the name of
different distilleries are inserted in each,
charging them with the unlawful removal
of distilled spirits and also charging de
fendant with aiding and abetting in the re
moval of said spirits, which act rendered
him liable to the above penalty of $1,400.
Assistant District Attorney Denison says
it is not expected that judgments will be
obtained on all the counts, but it is ex
pected that about $500,000 will be recov
ered. This suit will probably reopen the
entire proceedings of the whisky ring from
1871.
NOTES HERE AND THERE.
Two cabin boys on the 6teamer Du
buque got into a row yesterday afternoon,
and one of them cut the other an ugly gash
on his face. No arrests.
"Hock Island Beer Hall" is the name
of a new saloon which opens this evening
at Milan, by Joe Meehan. Grand free
lunch to-morrow night. Look ont for a
big time.
At a meeting of the directors of the old
Rock Island Watch Company, yesterday
afternoon, a proposition was made to the
Excelsior Starch Co., of Elkhart, Ind . to
lease the watch factory building at South
Rock Island to this company for a term of
five years at a rental of $1.2000 per year
Whether the starch company will accept
the proposition or not is not known at
present.
MOLINE.
ABGT7S HEADQUARTERS -MOUSE,
RiCHABns & Sohrbecx's Drug and Book Store
opposite First National Bank, where all orders
can be left for the Argus, and where all Mollne
business is transacted by O. J. Beardslee. Busi
ness notices should be handed in by nosn to en
sure publication the same day.
Jaxeb Clark,
I'resldent.
D. Mcaciiax,
Ass't Sec'y.
WESTERN CEMENT ASSO'ION,
Manufacturers of
Louisville and Utica
And Dealers In
Akron and Portland Cements,
MICHIGAN AND NEW YORK STUCCO.
No. (18 Market Street, CHICAGO.
E. G. Frazier and Port Byron Lime Association.
LOOK OCT FOR COUNTERFEITS!
The public are cautioned against another coun
terfeit, which has lately made its appearance.called
W. U. rnrreii's Arabian Liniment, the most Danger
ous of all the counterfeits, because hiB having the
name of b anvil, many will buy it in good faith.
without the knowledge that a counterfeit exists,
and they will perhaps only discover their error
when the spurious mixture has wrought itx evil ef
fects. The genuine article ia manufactured only by Fl.
G. Farrel, sole inventor and proprietor, and whole
sale druggist. No. 17 Main street, Peoria, Illinois,
to whom all applications for Agencies must be ad
dressed. Be sure you get it with the letters II. G.
hefore Farrell's thas II. U. F A R R ELL'S and his
signature on the wrapper, all other are counterfeits.
Sold by all druggists and by regular authorized
agents tnronguout the united Mates.
tTTrioe 2T and f0 cents, and f 1 oer bottle.
AGENTS WANTED in every town, village and
hamlet in the United Stotss, in which one is not al
readyestablished. Address II. G. Farrell as above.
accompanied with good character, responsibility,
etc.
MANY WHO ARE SUFFERING
from the effects of the warm weather and are de
bilitated, are advised by physicians to take mod
crate amounts of whisky two or three times during
the day. In a little while those who adopt this ad
vice frequently increase the number of "drinks"
and In time become confirmed inebriates. A bev
erage which will not create thirst for intoxicating
UquorB. and which is intended especially for the
benefit of debilitated persons, whether at home or
abroad, is Dr. Schenck's Sea Weed Tonic. Con
taining the juices of many medicinal herbs, this
preparation does not create an eppetlte for the in
toxicating cup. The nourishing and the life sup
porting properties of many valuable nature pro
ductions contained in it and well known to medi
cal men have a most strengthening lnflneu:e. A
single bottle of the Tonic will demonstrate Its val
uable qualities. For debility arising from sickness
over exertion or from any cause whatever, a wine
glassful of Sea Weed Tonic taken after meals will
strengthen the stomac6 and create an appetite for
wholesome Ifood. Eo all who are about leaving
their homeo, we desire to eay that the excellent ef
fect of Dr. Schenck's seasonable remedies, Sea
Weed Tonic, and Mandrake Pills, are-particularly
evident when laken by those who are injuriously
affected by a change of water and diet. No person
should leave home without taking a supply of these
safeguards along. For sale by all druggists.
GREAT FIRE 117 WISCONSIN
Property destroyed, and whole families
perish in the flames.
CniCAGO, Aug, 7. A Green Bay, Wis.,
special says the villajje of Eaton, Brown
Co , V is., about fifteen miles east of this
city, was totally destroyed by fire. The
forest has been burning for five weeks; the
fire extending many miles in every direc
tion, destroyioc many millions ot timrjer
and thousands of dollars in other prep
erty; some twenty-iivi lamuies were
burned out in Eaton, losing everything
they possessed. A large number of ani
mals were roasted alive. Ooe family is
stated to have perished in the flames, and
four other entire families are missiDg.
Great suffering exists among the homeless
people.
New York Market.
New York, Ang 7.
FINANCIAL.
Gold- 1 05H
Money
Governments Firm.
U.S. Bonds fi cent S-90's 1881 l.12Vi
iwa oio l.tw
U. S. 10.40's
New 5's
Currency B's
isttt n. w..
im
18SR
COMMERCIAL.
.1.07
...1.00H
. .1.1154
...1.13
. .1.10
...1.S4S
Whest Dull.
Rye Steady.
Corn Dnll; 590'4.
Barlev Nominal.
Oats Quiet; W,&?0.
Pork Heavy; 14 20
lard Dull; 9159S5.
Whisky 1 12.
Robeson in the Role of a Newspaper Pro -
prietor.
Wasaington, Aug. 7. Hon. George
M. Robeson instituted a replevin m the
supreme court of the District of Columbia
yesterday to retake from a county con
stable ten rolls of newspaper, such ss is
used upon a Bullock press, which, it is
understood, had been siezed on an execu
tion as the property of the proprietor of
the National Republican paper. It is
valued at $200. 1 his is the fartt occasion
in which Robeson has taken any public
steps showing his connection witii the
publication of the National Republican
newspaper, ultbouah that connection has
been imputed to him for some time.
The Emperors of Austria and Germany in
Conte reece.
New Iork, Aug. 7, A dispatch from
Berlin says the Emperors of Austria and
Germany met near lsion Wednesday last
and that the conference was very import!
ant. Emperor Wilhelm urged strict neu
trality on the part of both Austria and
Germany. A dispatch from Vienna says
that the formation of the Russian landwehr
has been found to be difficult owing to the
great want of organization.
Another Insurance Company in Court.
Chicago, Aug. 7. The auditor of pub
lic accounts filed a petition in the circuit
court, yesterday, stating that the condition
of the rrotection Line Insurance Company
was such as to render its continuance in
business hazardous to the insured, and
praying an injunction against the com
pany's transacting further business, and
the appointment of a receiver. Jude
Williams issued the injunction prayed for,
and Edward I). Cook was appointed re
ceiver, with bonds of $200,000.
Chicago MarKet.
Chicago. Aug. 7
Wheat Active but lowar; 1 09',$1 09U Sept.
Corn Active and lower; 4(i--tf14 Aug; 46?i
casn; sept.
Onts Quiet; 22fi Aug; 2r25 Sept.
Rye 5tt cash.
Ba.-ley OS Sept.
Whiskv-1 08.
Pork 13 SO Sept ; 13 35 Oct.
Lard 8 85 Aug ; 8 75 Sept.
LIVE STOCK.
Hogs Receipts 13,000; shade easier; light 5 20
5SU; packers 4 W45 "o: some cnoice uo; rnma
delphias nominal, 5 1IX&5 20.
Cattle Dull; weak; receipts 3,500.
St. Loms Market.
St. Loins. Aug. ',
Wheat -Belter: No 2 rel 1 34 cash; No 3 do 1 21
1 21i cash; 1 13,'1.13T4 Sept.
Corn Lower; 4i:!,(u(4a casti; 4;8M4-i,i Aus
40 Sep i.
oate -ilVf
Whisky-l (8.
Pork Firm; 13 4rcasb.
Lard Easier; summer 8 62! J.
LIVE STOCK.
Hogs Lower; 4 9035 73; receipts 2, 2C0.
Milwaukee Market.
M't.WACKE. Aug. 7
Wheat Declined ; closing weak; 12iNo2;
12S seller Aug; 1 04 J still r Sept.
corn JtiJi.
Oats Firm; 2Ji.
Rve 51.
Barlev (18.
AUTISTIC TAILORING
20 per ct ! 10 per ct !
CO.,
son SLY &
cecicqo
J"Wm. Ball was made the happy
father of a son and heir yesterday.
Jjg-lt is understood in Moline that
Capt. Bennett is president of the Moline
board of education, but the Union this
morning, assigns Judge Gould to that po
sition. jtSf-Canine exterminator, Young, swore
out a complaint against Wm. Young for
refusing to pay the tax upon a quadruped
of the feminine gender. Magistrate
Swander ordered him to pay the costs of
trial, and deliver the animal to Mr.Young.
fSTThe judges of election yesterday,
labored assiduously to make a good show
ing for the single candidate, by stopping
every passer by, and impressing upon
him the importance of exercising his right
of suffrage. They scraped together 157
votes in this way.
8S?In excavating on Rodman avenue
near the hill last Saturday, a springy place
was found in which several teams were
nearly stalled, the wagons sinking to the
hub, and it was feared there would be
serious trouble in continuing the grading,
but it seemed to have disappeared con
siderably over Sunday so that teams drive
over it to-dav. It will be necessary to con
vey the water from this spriog by means
of tiling before a good road can be made.
BSyLady in search of evidence for the
grand jury, to lady on Wells street "Is
there any bad places around here I Wells
street lady "Yes there is a very disrer
putable bouse next door. "How do you
know?" Oh, from the men I tee going in
there so often." Who do you see?" "Mr.
for one," "Why! thats my name."
Can't help it madam " "What kind of
a looking man is he?" Tall slim man who
keeps a store on Mam street Exit
lady in search of evidence.
Regular Monthly Keeting of Moline
City CounciL
Council met IMondav evening, August
6th.. at 8 o'clock. Present the Mayor and
all the Aldermen, excent El s and Ains
worth.
A communication was received from J
tlr ... .
. tuorey, tenaering cis resignation as
chief of the fire department. On motiou
of Alderman Barnard it was accepted.
the police committee, to whom the bil
of C. S. Raymond, for special police
service, was retered, reported in favor of
paying him $10. On motion the report
was accepted and an order drawn on the
treasury to the amount.
The report of city treasurer, police mae-
lstrate and bridge itender, were read and
refered to the finance committee.
The following ordinances were taken up
and passed: An ordinance providing for
tne widening ot Uivision street, between
Pitts and Gilbert streets. An ordinance
to provide tor the construction of a side
walk on the west side of Ontario street,
from R. R. avenue to Henry street.
An ordiuance to provide for the construc
tion of a sidewalk on the north side of
Main street, from Spring to Atkinson
streets. An ordinance to provide for the
consti action of a sidewalk on the east side
of Pius street, from North R. R. avenue
to Henry street.
The Rodman avenue committee made
the following report: Your committee to
whom was retered the matter of securing
the right of way on Rodman avenue,
necessary to widen the same to an 80 feet
ttrret, would report that they have con
tracted for the right of way through the
Holt property for $1,200, and through
the Hartzell property for $300, whkb j9
within $100 ot what it was estimated by
your cammittee the right of way
couid be condemned for. It was deemed
advisable by your committee to pay the
additional amount, rather than com
mence an action to condemn the same.
S. W. Wheelock.
C. F. Grantz.
C. F. Hemenway.
Committee.
Alderman Barnard the
was accepted py a
most respectfully report that they bad a
conference with the persons interested on
riday evening, at the Reese House, and
the result was that the saloon keepers will
agree to sign an agreement with the city,
not to bring suits for any damages that
they may or can have on account of
icenses paid for said year 1873, provided
the city will surrender all notes to the
makers, now id the hands of the clerk, and
stop all further proceedings in the courts.
Your committee would therefore recom
mend the' adoption of the following resolu
tion: -
Resolved. That the city discontinue all
further proceedings in the suits com
menced against Chas. Reese. John V.
larding and John Hausler. and each of
their sureties on notes given for license in
the year 1873, and also that the clerk be
instructed to surrender to the makers, the
notes executed by Peter Yager, Henry R.
r. Calentzky. Chas. Fabian. Wm. Runge,
John H. Yacer, Henry Otto. Hans Joers,
Fred- Moehle. Henrv Karstens. John H.
Jasper, M. Weber, Claus Jasper and their
sureties respectively, given for licenses for
the year lbwd, upon which, suits in
chancery are now pending in Rock Island
county circuit court; on condition that all
saloon keepers licenses for the year 1873,
release all claims against the city for dam
ages on account of payments made for
licenses granted for said year 183.
1 HEO. bTENGER,
Chairman committee.
Vote was taken on the above resolution
with the following result: Aldermen
Shallene, Stenger, Hemenway, and Bar
nard, aye Alderman White, nay. Alder
man Grantz not voting.
On motion council adioumed to meet
Friday evening. AnguFt loth.
S. T. Walker, City Clerk.
LIVEE REGULATOR
AH ADDRESS TO THE SICK.
Do you want to purify the system f
Do yon want to get rid of biliousness?
Do you want something to strengthen yon?
Do yon want a good appetite?
Do yon want to get rid of nervousness?
Do you want good digestion?
Do yon want lo sleep well?
Do you want to bnild up yonr constitution?
Do yon want a brisk and vigorous feeling!
If you do,
TAKE
MANUFACTURERS.
il mm
MANTJFACTUREES OP
POINTED,
POLISHED
AND
FINISHED
Horse Shoe Nails
RECOMMENDED BY OVER
20,000 HORSE SHOERS
All Nails are made ot the bet4
NORWAY IRON.
and Warranted perfect and ready for driving.
13?" Orders filled promptly and at th lowest
rates by
GLOBE NaIL C03TY
BOSTON.
LIND, HA6ERTY & Cu.
PRACTICAL
LIVER
SAVE MONEY ! and at th9 sasie time
obtain the BEST and Mcst Cura
ble GOODS.
J 11 v"ii C 5 at 3 t j
mm J
J 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 Or CHARGE. This great
remedy was discovered by a missionary In South
America. Send a self -addressed enve?-! to the
Rbv. Josbph T. lsistAN Station D, Liu.:! -louse
New Tork City,
Weatber Probabilities.
Washington. Aug. 7. The Sicnal Ser
vice observations taken at 10 o'clock this
forenoon indicate the following weal her
probabilities for this afternoon and to
night:
Indications for the northwest, rising fol
lowed by stationary barometer,, cooler
northwest, possibly backing to southerly
winds, partly cloudy or clear weather.
MATHEWS'
LIQUID STARCH GLOSS ! Und no property
Another Republican. Defaulter, with
Bondsmen and no Property
Meriden, Conn,, Aug. 7. Ex City
Collector. Frank G. Otis, is a defaulter in
the sum of $3,555. Otis has no bondsmen
We have LARGELY RKDUCED obr prices cn
ALL GOODS. Then FKOM THESE i RICKS we
deduct 20 PER CENT, on all Mixed Business 8uit
ines. Mixed CasBimeres, and Mixed Overcoating,
summer weights, and on ALL OTHER GOODS,
both In Summer and winter weights. 10 PER CT.
DISCOUN T, from July 1 to August 81, 1877. These
discounts are for prompt Cash within Ave days
from Delivery of tioods. Our STYLES for AU
TUM and WINTER sre In readiness.
We believe we are selling onr goods LOWER for
the article furnished than any house of EQUAL
STANDING on this Continent. EVERYTHING
GUARANTEED STANDARD THE HIGHEST.
no Wabash Avenue cor. Monroe, CHICAGO,
KHTABLISHED 1S54
BAXXN3 POWDER
THEMOST PERFECTMADE.
I I II I T sin I iV I m
Gives a splendid gloss and finish to all starched
eoods, making them whiter and clearer than
wax or anything else, and preventa the iron from
sticking. Trial bottle free.
Put up in 4-oz bottles, price 15c. Sold by Gro
cers and Druggist.
A. I. MATHEWS & CO., 86 Murray St., N. Y.
SELLERS LIVER PILLSi
Setters' LW r (oa iar xnirty I
Suamrtmrd Kemeny for UN cura 01 i.iver i,nm(int,
Convene!, " MMUiaon, asa u
th I.ivsvr. I
- VermlfaM. Ilw jrrmt Worm De-
fTTlti 400 lam. live worm from bit 1
hi iii q old. Wm. Wirver.Ht. Lou It, Mo. Price!
a. wt ir vnur dmiHiit fion't tMD tnem, Ma iot i
HIGHLAND KAXL!
THE FALL SESSION OF THIS INSTITUTION
forYonne Ladies, will open Sept. 20th, fully
eoninned for the best work.
Appiy loriurtner lniormauon to a., r. jj-bitjm,
Highland Park, Ills. 7 S.ddfcwim
Show Cases.
SHOW
OASES
Oampb-orine I
Is the most effectual remedy sold, la a luxury to
use, gives the best samsfacUon, gives Instant relief,
wil not crease or stain the most delicate fabric
has a pleasant and refreshine odor. It will Imme
diately relieve and cure Rheumatism, Chronic and
Acute; Neuralgia and Catarrh,. Headache and
Swelled f ace, Sore Throat, Sprains and Bruises,
Bw om and Chilblains, Eruptions of the Skin,
Pain in Chest, Back or Limbs, Burns and Scalds.
For aale by all Drnggists.
RGrALXS.
ONE THIRD IS SAVED
in quantity by their perfect purity and great
strength; the only kinds made by a prac
tical Chemist and Physician, with scientific
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."
Buy the Baking Powder onb in cans securely
labelled. Many have been deceived in loose
or bulk Powder sold as Dr. Price's.
Manufactured only by
STEELE & PRICE.
WILLIAM Ii. ROBINSON,
ANCFACTUEBR OF
BEGALIA
-AND-
For
LODGE SUPPLIES,
Odd Tellows. Masons, Dmids, Knights
rythias, Bed Men, Temperance, and all m
other Socletiw.
Condensed Teleffroxna.
At Simcoe, Ont., the poor house, a mile
from town, was burned Friday night, with
17 inmates. Four others were badly
burned. The cause of the fire is unknown.
John W. S. Roberts, alias Capt.
Robertson, charged with having six years
ago, committed forgeries in Iowa to tbe
tune of $100,000, was arrested in Cowen,
Tenn., on Monday night, and will bejtaken
to De Witt, Iowa. '
At Lexington. Ky., on the Gth the chief
interest in the election was in the race for
the legislature in the city of Lexington,
resulting in a majority of 540 for liuan,
Democrat,against 1,106 'Republican ma
jority in 1875, Bhowing a Democratic gain
of 1,646.
On Sunday nieht five tramps attempted
to ston two carriaces containing a party of
pic-nioere, near Dubuque, but by. whipping
tbe horses the occupants of the carriages
succeeded in escaoioc. An hour later,
while three men, named Motsch. Oatley
and Eddv. were coins' to their homes, they
met five men, presumably the same who
atnnned the carriages, who. after passing,
turned and began firing at the three with
revolvers. Leonard was bhot through the
leg and Oatley struck in the temple, the
hall nassinp off without nenetratine the
skull
The citizens of Rockford were thrown in
to a feverish excitement Monday morning
at the announcement of the killing of Mrs,
J. A. Hall by her husband. The partic
ulars are as follows: Hall has been away
from home for about two months. W". f : t n H A O X O I
Hall has been in the habit of staying with A H 11 MM li M O LU
ALL STYLES.
CHEAPEST
P3L.A.OE
In the City. Send for Price List.
J. E. BERRY, Prop.,
90 State Street,
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
ROBERT G. LTJTKE,
(Successors to J, R. ZEIGLiSL) .
Manufacturer of
METAL & WOOD
. DEALER IS
rirtiri nnd silver Laces,
STARS, BRAIDS
Fringes,
ETC.
...WORCESTER, MASS.
tbe neighbors nights. As she entered her
bouse this morning he (Hall) Bprang upon
r.r. threw her to the floor, and Btabbed
W with a knife until he supposed her
dead. He then left the house and went
two miles south ot the town, where ho was
OF ALL DESCKIPTIOKB.
lb Hamilton Street. PEOFIA, ILL
Correspondence solicited and ordera prompt
Ailed. ROBERT G. LUTKB,
FIELD BROS., Agents. Rock Island.
On motion of
committee's report
unanimous vote.
Moved bv Alderman Hemenway that
the city clerk be authorized to draw
an order upon the treasury for ihe
amounts specified in the report of special
committee on Hodman avenue, in favor of
parties in whom title is vested of the Holt
and Hartzell property, upon said parties
lurmshiDg neceessary deeds to the city.
approved by J. 1. iJrowaing.x Carried.!
On motion of Alderman Grantz, the
finance committee were instructed to at
tend to the collection ot the delinquent
sidewalk bills, and tho highway road tax
due the city.
Ihe reports ol police magistrate, city
treasurer and bridge tender, referred to
the finance committee at last regular
meeting, were reported by them as being
correct, and on motion their report was
accepted.
1 he following bills approved bv the
finance committe were allowed:
Street $1,453,11: police 315.39: Fire
132,75: Officers 154,00: Gas 198:06; Gen
eral2,70; Bridge 31,00 -$2,287,01.
ine Diu oi unas. ivneeDere tor S15. re
ferred to fire committee; and bills ofR,
II. Moore, for supplies furnished board
of health, was referred to tbe board of
health.
On motion of Alderman Shallene, the
street committee were instructed to ascer
tain the width of Second street through
Wittick's addition, and report at tbe next
regular meeting.
On motion ot Alderman Hemenway. the
clerk was (.instructed to draw an order on
the treasury in favor of the I cemetery
board lor the sum of f 924,98, the same
being the balance to their credit in the
city treasury.
Moved by Alderman Grantz. that when
the council adjourn, they shall do so to
meet on f riday, August loth,, at 8 o clock
P. M. Carried.
On motion of Alderman Barnard, the
strset committee were instructed to repair
the bridge, crossing Sugar Hollow creek
on Henry street
On motion of Alderman Hemenway, the
street committee were instructed to repair
or build a new bridge, on Second street,
near tbe bead of Smith street.
The Rock river bridge committee made
a report on tbe condition of the road lead
ing to tne bridge, and tne amount that in
their opinion, was needed to repair it.
Moved by Alderman Grantz, that the
report of tne bridge committee be accept
ea, and tnat tney proceed to make tbe lm
provements as per 1). trordon s report
submitted, and that tbe city pay one-half
tbe expenses of the same. Carried uoanl
mously.
Alderman Stenger. as chairman
committee appointed to confer with the
saloon keepers regarding the saloon cases,
made tbe following report:
To the Mayor and Citv Council:
GENTLEMEN: -Your committee appoint
ed at the last regular meeting of this board
to confer with the saloon keepers in regard
to notes given in 1873 for licensee, would
EEGrTJLATOE,
J. H. ZEILTJS & CO.
Sole Proprietors. Simir.ons' Liver Regulators, Phlla
THE FAVOBIXE
li n i
in nomenfimfifiv
J I warranted not locou-
y '' Dtuic j.i in n; in
mercury or any injuri
ous mineral substance.
ont is PURELY VEG
ETABLE, containing;
those Southern Roots &
Herbs, which au All-
i(e Providence tin
Jz placed in countiies
where Liver Disease most prevail. It will cure all
diseases caused by derangement of the Liver and
ttowele, Kegulate tne Liver and prevent
Cliills and Fever
SIMMONS' LIVER REGULATOR
Is eminently a Family Medicine; and by being kept
ready for immediate resort will save many an honr
of suffering and many a dollar in time and doctor's
bills.
After over Forty Years' trial tt is still receiving
the most unqualified testimonials to its virtues
from persons of tbe highest character and resnonsi
Vltl. 1 ... .. t. ... ...... .... . .... A 1. . I .
iij. ituiiucui yuipiuoue iwiuuicuu lias me UilBl
EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC
FOR ICOXSTtPATION. HEADACHE. PAIN IN
THK SHOULDRS,DIZZ:NEtS,SOUR STOMACH
BAD i ASTE IN THK MOUTH. BILIOUS
ATTACKS. PALPITATION OF THE HEART,
r.iiA irt mis .tuiiiioK or thk kilkys
DESPONDENCY. GLOOM AND FOREBODING
OF K1U ALL OF WHICH ARE THE OFF
P RING OF A DISEASED LIVER,
COLIC IN CHILDREN
For children complaning of
colic, headache, or sick stomach, '
a tttaspoonful or more will give
relief. Children. as well ax adults
eat sometimes too much supper
or something which does not di
gest well producing sour stom
ach, heartburn, or restlessness; a
good dose of Liver Regulator
wil' give relief. This applies to
persons of all ages. It is the
ill wrights !
Contractors & Builders
Of all descriptions of
rIill Maohinery.
Dit?iitsand Specifications for Flouring Hill
Saw Mills, Distilleries and Grain Elevators a ade
out on short notice. Are prepared to take con
tracts for building and machine ry, and give person
al attention to a., he details of construction. Re
pairs of all kinds .omptly attended to whether or
dered by mall or in person.
At tne old stand of u Brooks, (new No..l SSTiNn
t S. Washington afreet PEORIA. ILL
JAHAISA QI1T3 EE.
BEWARE OP WORTHLESS IMITA
TIONS AND COUNTIEIEITS.
BOWS
ESSENCE OP
fulluu Pd
PBIPftRED ONLT BT
Frederick Brown
cheapest, purest and best Family
Medicine In the world I
IT HAS NO EQUAL
Thousands lead imiseratle lives, suffering from
dyspepsia a disordered stomach and liver, pro
ducing biliousness, heartburn, costiveness, weak
ness, irregular appelite, low spirits, raising food
after eating, and often ending in fatal attacks of
fever. They know they are sick, yet get little
sympathy. The unfailing remedy to prevent these
afflictions and restore health is biuaoxs una
Regulator.
MaSCFACTCBKD ONLY BT
J. H. ZEILIN & CO.
PHILADELPHIA, PA.,
Price. Sold by all DrutreisU
CHANGE OP PEICES AT
1
V. Dauber's Old. Stand.
New Shoes 40 cents. Re-et 20 cents. None tbut
nrst-ciass workmen employed. Horse -snoeinif in
all its branches. Interfering, Quarter Cutlers, and
Moor ttouna uorsea cured
cSpecial attention eiven to sboeinz Trotters,
All work warranted. Horsemen and others invited
to call.
Shop Third vennc. between 18th and 19th
streets ROCK ISLAND.
SPECIAL ELECTION.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT 151 PCR
suance of a petition of more than ten lepal to.
ters, resident In the city of Kock Island, In the
Htate of Illinois, a Special Election will be held at
me conn nouse, in tne city of Kock Island, in the
Dite 01 Illinois, on tne
21at Day of Auffuat, A. D. 1877,
at which Election there will be submitted to the
voters of said city the question of Issuing the Bonds
ui iu tii). unuer u provisions or tne act 01 lai
Legislature of said State, entitled "An Act to
amepd an act entitled 'An act relating to County
and City debts, and to provide for the payment
thereof by taxation In such counties and cities.
Approved February 13th, 1865; and to amend the
title thereof. Approved od in force April 2th.
1876."to-wit:
First. The number ot Bonds proposed to be
issued is two hundred and twenty ().)
Secohd The amount of each of said Bond on
its face aball be, to-wit: One hundred and twenty
(120) of said bonds aba'l be of the Drinr.iiml mm
each of one thousand f 1,000) dollars; and aue bun-
ureu nuuj 01 saia ponas snail oe of the principal
sam e ch of five hundred (500) dollars.
Third. Tbe rate of interest on each of said
bonds shall be six 6) per centum Derannnm.
Fourth. The principal of each of said Bonds
shall be payable twenty (SO years from the first day
of September, A. D. VST!, and the interest shall be
payable semi-annually, ooth principal and interest
than oe payable at tbe First National Bank
of Jiew York City; said bonds shall be issued for
the purpose of raising money to pnrehase or retire
certain domestic bonds of said city amounting In
principal and interest to about the sum of ten
thousand ($10,000) dollars, and all certain warrants
of said city now ouutanding. gsid warrants
amounting in the aggregate to the sum of about
one hundred and sixty thousand (f 100,0u0) dollars.
aj wrver 01 we n vouncH OS toe City of AOCK
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
THIS RELIABLE PREPARATION, one of he
oldest of American Pharmaceutical Products, still
maintains its enviable repntatlon. and finds a
steadily increasing sale without advertising, ano
in spite of piracy.
its men reputation nas tempted the euoldltv of
parties, whose only exense for their unfair simula
tions, exists in tne irreat Donularitv of the oiiir ina .
and accidental similaritv of their names.
BROWN'S ESSENCE OF JAMAICA GINGER
Is protected by tbe private Proprietary Stamp of
the manufacturer, which is incoiporated with the
steel plate engraving.
The attention of Drngg'.Bts and the trade get erally.
u cauea 10 me rnce 01
JN'JUSH & FRENCH
MEDICINES AND PHARMACEUTICAL
PREPARATIONS,
Which will be mailed on application.
FEEDEMCK SR0WH,
'Established 1822
IMPORTING, MANUFACTURING AND DIS
PENSING CHEMIST.
North East Corner Fifth and Chestnut Streets
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Brown's GINGER will be found invaluable In all
cases of Cramp or other disorders caused by change
of water or bad water, and few drops need regu
larly by travelers will usually act as a Preventive,
and ward off such attacks. To the aged and tboae
recovering from Illness, a small quantity with a
.ittle sweetened water will be found to givestrength
and refreshment: the Ginger having no reaction,
which is the great objection to the nse ol alcoholic .
stimulants. Producing all the pood effects of a
Mustard Plaster, (without the possibility of blister
ing the skin.) Its application on flannel is most effl
eaclous. And in the case ofpersons predisposed
w luicuiuiuiD mua uoury auw xuus, k is 01 i
service, (ued to rub wild.)
. Of" Beware of Counterfeits.
: great
Island
30
JNO. L. REED City Clerk.
KNAPP'S
Extract of Roots
FOR MAKING ROOT BEER.
The attention of Drugs sU and Beer Makers Is
caLed to the above named preparation. One of the
healthiest ad pleasantet beverages known is
made from this Exiract,the reputation of which has
lm-II well KtiikliMh.t fur nv., vu a . - in
. - v.. vu , v mi . 11 u iu iu-
creased sales for it in those localities where it has
been nsed tally Indorse its mexites. This Extract,
from which tbe popular Beverage known as
KNAPP S ROOT BEER
is made, is put np in bottles at 85e , 60c., f S, and in
half gallon and gallon cans $5 and $10 each,
which makes respectively, 10. 85, SOU, 4uQ and 800
gallons of Beer. General Depot,
SO Hudson Street ,.. t .NEW YOK1C
.And sold by all Wholesale Druggists and Patent
Medicine Dealer at manufacturer prices.
For aale in Bock Island by John Bengston.
Qucago, IU Iouu and Cinckmaii,
886 Uain Street,
o

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