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5T07E3. STOVES. tunroia. Ttursliy, Socembor 6, 1S77. EADWArS EE2IEDIES. BADWAY'S READY RELIEF CURES THE WORST PAINS In from On to Twenty Minutes. not one norm atter reading th.a advertisement need anyone Suffer with paih JrtCi. JLP V .V. X W RELIEF 18 A CURE FOR EVERY PAIN. It wh the first and la THE ONLY PAIN REMEDY thit Instantly etopa the most excruciating pains ailava Inflammations, and cure Congestions whether of the Langs, Stomach, Bowels or other rland or organs, ry one application IN FROM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES, no Butter bow violent or excruciating the pain, the Rheumatic, Hea-Kiauun, lnnnu, cnpplaa, Jarvous Neuralgic or prostrated with disease may fuller, FB3M THE EQN4 TSUELOW WEED INDORSING DR. RAILWAY'S R. B. R. REMEDIES, .rria twiNQ tuck fob saviaAL tubs. Niw Yoa. Jan. 4, 18T7, iiiahhib: Having for eevarai years used your medicines, doubtiovlr at flrst.but after exDeriene InK their efficacy with fall confidence, tt Is no leas a pleasure than a duty to thankfully acknowledge the advantage we have derived from them. The pills are reorted to a ofter as occasion requires. and always with the desired effect. The Ready Keitei cannot ne better described than it is by its name. We apply the liniment frequently and free ly, almost Invariably flndlug the promised "Keliel Truly yours, (signed) TUURLOW WEED. Ut. KiDWIT. Eadway's Heady Belie WILL AFFORD INSTANT EASE. anamination of the Kidneys, Inflammation of the Bladder, Inflammation of the Bowels, Conges tion of the Lungs, Bore Throat, Difficult Breathing, Palpitation of the Heart, Hysterics, Croup. Dlptheria. Ca tarrh, Influenza, Jeadache, Toothache. Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Cold Chills Ague Chills. The application of the Ready Relief to the part or parts where the pain or difficulty exists will of (ord ease and comfort. Twenty drops In half a tumbler of water will In few minutes cure Cramps, Sprains, Boar Stomach Heartburn, Pick Headache, Dtarrhrea, Dysentery, Colic, Wind In the Bowels, and all Internal Pains. Travelers should always carry a bottle of HAD' WAY 8 READY RELIEF with them. A few drops, in water will prevent sickness or pains from change of water. It Is better than French Brandy or Kit ars as a stimaiam. FEVER & AGUE Fever and Ague cure? for fifty cents. There is not a remedial agent In the world tbat will core fever and ague, and all other malarious, billons, soarlet, typhoid, yellow and other fevers (aided by Radway's 'llls)o quick as Rad way's Ready Relief. Fifty cents per bottle. HEALTH 1BEAUTY! Strong and Pure, Rich Blood Increase of Flosh and Weight Clear Skin and Beautiful Complexion Secured to all. OR. RADWAY'S SarsapariSlian Besohcnt Has made the most astonishing Cores; so quick, so rapid are the changes of the bod) nndergoes nnderth Influence of this truly wonderful med icine that Every Day an Increase of Flesh and Weight is Seen and Felt The Great Blood Purifier. Every Drop of the SARSAPARILLIAN RESOL VE cr l communicates inrougn tne niooa, sweat. Urine, and other fluids and juices of the system the Vigor of Life, for it repair, the wantesof the body with new and sound material. Scrofula, Syphllt, Consumption, Glandular Dtacases, Ulcers in the Throat. Mouth. Tumors. Nodes in the Glands and other part of the system. Bore Eyes, Btrtimorout J)lchargea from the Ears, and the worst forms of Bkin Diseases, Eruptions, Fever Bores, Scald Head. Ring Worm, Mult Rheum, Erysipelas, Acne, Black Spots, Worms lu the Flesh, Tumors, Canters In the W omb, and all Weakening and I'ainful Discbarges. Night nwuats. Lorn of 8 per in aud all W antes of tbe Life I'rinclplu, are within the curative range of thti womler of Modern Chemistry, and a few dave nse will prove to any persou using It for either of these orm o' disease its potent power to cure them. If the pntlent, dally becoming reduced by the wastes anil decomposition tnat are continually pro greasing succeeds in arresting these wastes, and repairs the same with new material made from healthy blood and this the BARAFAK1LLIAN will anl does secure a cn re Is certain; for when once this remedy commences Its work of purines tlou.aud succeeds In diminishing the loss of wastes lt repairs wii. o rapid, and every day the patient will feel lilinelt growing better and stronger, tb food digesting Ix-tter, appetite improving, aud flesh and weight Increasing. Not only does the BanaAPARlLMAN Rksolvbnt excel all remedial agents lu the Cure of . hronie Scrofulous, constitutional and Skin Diseases, but It Is the only positive cure for Kidney and Bladder Complaint, Urinary and Womb Diseases, Gravel, Dlabutea, Dropsy, Htoppage of M aler.Incoutlnuance of Urine Jtrlgni s i-lscaw. Albuminuria, and in all case. where there are brick-dust deposits, or the water i tinea, ciouuy, mixed wnn substances like tne wbltt of an egg, or threads like white silk, or there is s morbid, dark, bilious appearance, aud white bone- dust deiioslts, and wbeu there is a pricking, bum Ing sensation when passing water, and I'aiu in the Binau oi inu uaca auu aioug toe ixins. Tumor of 12 Years' Growth Cured ly Ji.aaway s Jiesolvent. Bivbrt T. Mass . July 18. 18fi9. Du. Kauh at: I have had Ovarian Ttmur In the ovaries bowels. All the doctors said "then wae no help for it." 1 tried everything that war recommended, butuothiiig belped inn. I sawyoui Resolvent, and thought 1 wo'jlu try it; hut had no laitu lu it, became l una uttered for twelve Year.- I took si bottles of the Resolvent and one box ol Midway s rilla. and two bottles of your Ready Re liet ; and there is not a slgu of tumor to be seen of felt, and 1 feel belter, smarter ana happier than 1 have for twelve year, The worst tumor was In tht left side of the bowels, over the groin. I write thlf to you for the benefit of others. You can publish It if you choose. HANNAU P. KNAI'P. PRICE, 11 PER BOTTLE. AN IMPORTANT LETTER. Ann, Arbor, Mich., April SO. 1875. Du. IUdwat kind Mir: 1 have beeu Utkiug your ivTmiiYt-m, ucKuiaiiug mis, auu aiso using tni Heady itullel about oue year 'or ovari&n tumors ou litu aiidomeu whic "ho uior VJmlneut physiclaus oi our Aicuiciti conei . pronounce a mcuraliiu. They were like k jU on a :ree. When I was sit ling iu a cluiir thci hum almost to the floor, am mi weight was U73 .rounds when 1 commenced with your remedies, and now it Is S1U pounds, hut tliej are not all gone yet. I have taken twenty-four boi ties of Resolvent, nine of Relief, and twenty -foul omeuoi i tin. i get iu meaiciue from u. tinn vi'.l. Please send me your kok "False and True.' MRS. V. K.RAPJT, Another Letter from Mrs. C, Kropf. r, " ACOCST 18, 1875. Dn. Radwai Elud Sir: I take tne liberty to ad dress you a nun. My health ts greatly improve! by the use oi your medicines. Thre ol the tumors am eutiruly gone, aud the fourth is nearly so. Ilropsy la goue, health still improving, aud m welj.-hf decreasing evry fast. 1 have had a gruai nmny calls this summer to Inquire o. the wonder fill cure your medicine has doue for me, oue from Onlo, one from Canada, three from Jackson, ana quite a number from tuu place. Yours with re Pect, MRS. c. K.RAPF. We are well acquainted with Mrs. Krapf. bhe is an estimable lady, and very benevolent. Bhe ha, b 'en the means of selling many bottles of the Re solvent by tbe druireista of Ann Arbor to person atllicted with internal rumors. We have heard of some wondeiful curus cfiected by It. Yours re spectfully. EBERRACII CO. Ann Arbor. Mich., Aug. 18, 1ST6. 3x 3FH fid way'a EEaULATHIG PILLS perfectly taetcles elegantly coated wtth sweet gum, purire, regulate, purify, cleanse, and strenirh en. Railway's 1'iita, for the cure, of all disorders oi the blomach. Liver, Roweia, Kidneys, Uladder, Nervous lltseaws, Hdacne,Ctiipation, Costive Ooas, Indigestion, DSHpaia, Riliousness, Uilionr Fever, Inllummation of tlie llowcls. Piles, and all Dernngemeut of the Intermit Viscera. Warranted lo etl'ect a positive cure. Purely Vegetable, con taining no mercury, minerals or deleterious drum. fw uoservo me loiiowing symptoms resultiug irom nisoruers oi me Digestive Urgnus. Constipation, Inward Hilua. Pullutna of thi ninnri In tho lUad, Acidity of Ux Htomach, Nausea, Unartburn, Uii(uatbf Food, Fullness of WelifUt In tbe Htomacti, tSour irut)tioiiB, Sinking or Flutter Jnirs In the 1'it of the rliomacn. Bwimmlnir of tbe . liuad, Hurriud and Difflcult llreathlnj;, jyiutterinirs at Uio lluart, Cbokiiif? or buffocatiuK Sensation wba In a Lying posture, Dlmnurn of Vleion, Dots Or Vtvb buloru tUe Slirht. Fuvur and linll i. tho Head, Duttci:ucy uf Parspiratlon, Vellownms of me hui sua n.y, rain in tne f lUo, Unest, Limbs aud sudden Fiusuus of Heat Bnruing in the Flesh A lw ilosas of MAUWAY'H FlLLtt will free the system ftoai all the above named disorders. Price j cents per box. Bold by druggists. Read "FALSE ND.TEUE." Send one letter-stamp to KADWAYJ& CO., No 3 Mririnlw-Wu" Information wortb taoor maw wu w iwa.iva. SOCK XSI.AaTD, It will nay to keep your Harness in cood condition. Us Frank Miller's Prepared Harness Oil. h Lit tie John" five cent Havana clear. at Billy Wilson's cigar store. Try one. ' , m -i 1-4-6 Parties wanting the best soft coal self- feeder, should buy tha Victoria, It's the heaviest and best made. At David Don's. Second ayerme. dwtf The supreme importance of Dooley's Yeast Powder can be established by logic for instance: Bread is the staff of life; Dooley's Yeast Powder is indispensable to good bread. Therefore this bakmg powder is of great value to life." If you don't like the logic see if the practice don't remedy the defect. The Fourth, Ward Co. The second annual ball of the Fourth ward hose company occurs on Monday evening. Dec. 24th, at Hilher's Hall. Preparations are making to have the affair an entire success, and no pains will be spared to provide for the comfort of those who attend. Bleuer'a excellent orchestra has been engaged which guarantees good muaio. Tickets one dollar: supper extra. 6 10 14-17-20&24. New Livery Stable. James F. Copp desires to inform friends and the public that he opened a livery and sale stable at his has the stand formerly occupied by A. Henry, 3d avenue, between 16th and 17th streets where he will be pleased to see all the old customers and as many new ones as choobe to favor him with their patronage. Funer als promptly attended to. James F. Copp, Rock Island, Oct. 27, 1877. tf The Weather To-Day. The following shows the temperature at Tni Argus Office to-day as in dicated bv thermometer: it. S5 above aero; M. 7o " " I 3flO SiJO above sere 8 r.i They shipped off two car-loads of Vic torias yesterday. Five hundred and fifty sold this season. dwtf Personal. J. W. Nannice, of Cambridge, registered at the Harper House to-day. To Whom it Concerns. Encouraged by their success in electing three members of the legislature last October, the workingmen's party of Louis ville, Ky., ran a full ticket for city officers at the city election yesterday, and it was badly defeated from top to bottom, the so- called citizens' ticket being successful Twas ever thus from childhood's hoar, We've seen nr fondest hopes decay ; Wt'ee well, that's all. Narrow Gnage. If the city widens Mr, Cutter's narrow guage sidewalk, it would then be in order and very proper for Mr, Cutter to widen the walk the city has recently built along the Warren property, near the new school building. If not, why not? The walks are alike and come under the same ordin ance, only one was built by Mr. Cutter and the other by the city. What's the differ ence in violation of ordinances? So, Will They. The Davenport Democrat says: "Con gressmen i'nee and Henderson win make a special effort this year to net a good arsenal appropriation." Price can doubtless watch members of cougress and tbe House .Restaurant Keeper, but what will all of Henderson's special efforts amount to? Had a demo crat been elected from this district, be would have been able to operate with the majority and then bis special efforts would nave had some effect. The Episcopal FestiraL The ladies of Trinity church have nearly completed the programme for their festival at the Rock Island Uouse on Tuesday the 11th. This church and these ladies are deserving of a large attendance. There win be no gambling games, no voting schemes, no chance projects. The ladies have been at work some time on useful nd fancy articles with which they propose to stock a table. These will be sold to Huch as wish to freely help the church The children are practising for the sym phony concert which will be given in the parlors, and we believe there will also be other musical attractions. Then there will be ao excellent supper followed by dancing. A. festival conducted upon this plan is de teiviogof a liberal patronage. One cot- Jucted on any other plan will not receive ny very willing support from the business community. . Eande. This criminal's real name has come out finally in the following singular manner it seems tnat bis photographic pictures have been copyrighted in St. Louis under the name of Ran Jo and are having a large tie in that city. Being desirous of effect uauy securing the benent of such sales to his relatives he applied to Mr. Richard a patent right n.ilicitor. who informed him . i ... .... , mar any copyright issued to hiai unaer an aisutued name would bo wholly valueless and unless lie secured a copyricht in hit real name it would not be of the least pos sible service in enjoining others from is suing or uispOBing ot his photos iu uny manner or to any extent they pleased Thereupon Rando silently considered the matter briefly, and then asking for a paper and pencil, which were handed him by oueriti lierggren, who was present, wrote in his invariably neat stjle of chirography, his true came and address "Charles C Scott, Fairfield, Iowa." Further conver sation between Mr. Richards and RaoJe elicited the fact tbat the latter is tbe iden tioal Charles C. Scott who figurod in Iowa tome years ago as a daring and successful burglar, and who escaped from officers having him in charge by jumping, hand cuffed, from a railway train, and thereafter successfully eluded his pursuers. On thus disclosing his real identity Rande remarked that he might as well do so now as at any othor time, that he supposed the fact would sooner or later come out anyway. A brother of his by the name of Ray S, Scott has been to see him at Galesburg, and identifies the prisoner as his brother, The copy right upon tb photograph of Charles C. Scott has been secured, and the sale of pictures taken by Mr. Wm. Ilunt has begun. The demand is immense. Sheriff Hitchcock, of Peoria, is daily re ceiving boxes by express containing Rande'i piuuuer, which be had shipped to various point's Alderman O'Keira 71&n of Braining Ue City improvements are a matter of gen- ral necessity and public interest, and should be made wherever required without reference to the Ward in which they would be located. It is poor policy, and in the end an expensive one, we had well nigh said a ruinous one, to apportion the public work among the different Wards upon a system of equal balances. That mode of doing it means nothing more or less than a system of log-rolling, the alderman from one ward voting tor improvements in another Ward upon assurance of , being compensated with assistance for some thing he wants in his own. By this means little is done for each, perhaps, and nothing of any permanent importance anywhere. We make these remarks because the history of our city legislation warrants such a conclusion, and we think the re suits are pernicious and the principle wrong' It is better to do one thing and do it thoroughly, do it so that it becomes last ing and permanent, than to commence a dozen enterprises and leave them in an unfinished state liable tojcontinual wastage and destruction or annual repair, and therefore matters of endless expenditure and unprofitable outlay. lbe necessity or doing something in regard to the slough in the west end of the city has long been felt, and from time to time plans of drainage have been proposed and urged, but hitherto no permanent work has been done to accomplish what all admit is desirabler And now comes Alderman M. S. O'Neil with his plan, which was presented to the city council last Monday evening, and referred to a committee for consideration. The plan is, substantially, to form a cisteru or reservoir as a receptacle for the waters of the plough, and to pump the water from the reservoir into the Missis sippi The estimated cost is about ten thousand dollars. ...... . ... 4i; .,v ject has been referred may not have author ity to consider any other plan than the one submitted to their consideration, the public at least may be ready and willing to exam ine and consider thcfeasibility of any other pLn which may be submitted which would possess the elements of durability, utility and economy. Our own views in regard to the drainage of the slough may be neither new or acceptable, but, neverthe less, us we look at the matter now, we are decidedly of the opinion that some plan which does not involve tho cumbersome and expensive machinery of pumping would be entirely preferable. We would suggest as tbe first idea that all drainage east of Eagle street should be made to lead directly to the Mississippi along the north and south streets. West of Eagle street, so far as regards the slough, carry the Whter westward; use the money which would be required to build a reservoir and pumping apparatus, and to operate the ame perpetually, to making streets both north and south and east and west through out the whole extent ot the slough ana bring them up to such height of grade as would be above the overflow of the river. That being done.any sewerage or drainage could be constructed so as always to be above anything except occasional very high back water, and the whole original slouch would be forever buried out of sight. The owners of the lots and blocks between the streets having filled them up to grade, we should entirely get rid of this unseemly blot upon the city, and we should have a regular discharge of all water in that part of the city the same as elsewhere, without the endleess yearly expense of a pumping operation, and a sinecure position for hungry spoilsmen to yearly squabble over. Consumption may be prevented by checking a couch or cold in time, and nothing equals Dr.BuH's Cough Syrup lor throat and lung affections. Explanation. We are not generally accustomed to making foot-notes and marginal references to explain or illustrate the meaning of articles which appear in our columns, but inasmuch as our remarks under the head of "voting" in yesterday's issue appear to have been misapprehended and par tially misunderstood we desire to say that nothing of a personal nature was intended in regard to the approaching entertainment ot" the ladies of Trinity church. We have always understood, and have received specific information from a most truatworhy source, that the ladies of Trinity church have for nine years past discouragsd raffling at their enterrain aients; they do still. There was some talk of voting as to one or two articles after the common method of voting which has not the character of a raffls, or lottery, in any sense. although there were some who opposed even this method. It was a misunderstanding we are told which led to the advertising of a raffls, a mistake whiah has been already corrected. The ladies desire this to be said in vindi cation of their purposes and intentions respecting the coming entertainment; what we said yesterday was of our own volition, and without suggestion, writing, or request of any one whomsoever, and we still say we are opposed to that kind of "voting" all the same. Duprez tb Eenedlct. This organization is so well known as to scarcely need any commendation. It grows better each year aiid is now one of the strongest companies traveling. We clip the following which explains itself: This troupe is a gtrong, thoroughly or ganized company, A Burlesque Opera will be played, together with a great vari ety of new Ballads, attractive musical, pantomimic and ethiopiaa performances. Large houses attend. Public Ledger, Philadelphia. This powerful organization, its name "mountain of amusemetts," drew last night au unusually large and appreciative audience at the Opera House. Like wine, this band of artists grows better aa it erows older, and has now reached the acme of perfection. Kansas Citg, Mo., Daily Journal, Reserved seats at Wylie & McCune's. Sea ad in this paper for full particulars. AasTjrs BZAOtrAsxEss-iEosxBrf j BiCHAmna Ss Soetkbsck's Drnsr and Book Store opposite First National Bank, where all orders can be left for the Abqcs, and where all Moline business is transacted by O. i. Beardslee. Busi ness notices should be handed in by nosh to en sure publication the same day. , BThe Moline Guards win drill to night. ' ' JgyTbose chestnuts at ' Pierce Bros'. Urn, urn, nmt " 'YC tS""Col. Butler was driCinar the officers of the 14th battalion in Armory Hall, last evening. . ISpAnother consignment of that "silt edge" butter hss arrived at Pierce Bros.' - 5 3t 1 8SkDeere & Co's book keecers and clerks moved into their new office rooms yesterday. ' - ; tJ. S. Keator ssys extensive prepa rations are being made for the logging season in the pineries. : Br3It is reported that the Moline Plow shop will shot down the last of next week and remain idle about three weeks. tSf-Keator & Son sawed eight and one- Ihalr million feet of lumber the past sea son, less than half a usual season s work. B2Huey & Co. have purchased 40 acres of timber land near Seldom Seen. from which to supply wood for thoir brick kiln. BGeo. Herbst found about a bushel of plaster on the floor of his store thi morning, which bad parted company with the ceiling during the night ' ("Richards & Sohrbeck erected a frame this morning at the entrance to their seoond floor, from which will be sus pended attorney W. li Moore's and Dr. Dunn's professional shingles. jpSJDeere & Co. will immediately erect the temporary frame building for storage purposes, permission for which was f ranted at the last meeting of the council, t will be 50 by 100 feet, one story high. graBinding 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 ggrThree members of the board of health, Drs. Klingberg, Moreyand Weasel, have filed their bonds with the cijy clerk. E-Okerberg, is sority for Dr. Klingberg; C. Piper, tor Dr. Morey, and L. E. Hem- enway, for Dr. Weasel. Tho president of i.uo uuoiu, . u . .uuirt&.iu, uu UVI llieu the board, W. J. .hntrikio, has not 1-J S&"Aa an instance of the intelligence of the city council, notice their action on the board of health ordinance at their last meeting. They admit that the ordinance is impracticable and cumbrous, and that they went to the meeting with the inten tion of repealing it, but because they took offtnee at the remarks of Dr. McKinnie and Ed. Knox, they proDose to fight it out on that line. Are they sent there by the people to enact laws for the best inter ests of the public, or to vent their petty, personal spleen upon individuals? Of what moment is it to the public whether the board of health as individuals, or the practicing physicians, be they who they may, have been derelict in the performance of professional duties? The question to be considered should be: "Is the ordinance neoessary ?" An ounce of prevention is belter than a pound of cure. A dose of Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup will assist your baby in teething, and prevent it from being attacked by cholera infantum, colio, or other diseases babies suffer with. 25 cents. Exactly So. The Quincy Herald's heart is in the right place. Here is a little reference to Mr. Hayes which may interest some of our new-party manufacturers. Read Hayes reference to the labor troubles of last summer if you want to see how the president sympathizes with the financial distress of the working classes. This, too, perhaps. . The working classes have, during the past four years lost $6(J0.0O0.0(K) by en gaging in striaes. Unthinking Exchange. Yes I and the "working classes have lost" five times that sum in the same period of time by the "failures" of high toned thieves, and the crushing, cram nine. shriveling effects on waees and values of tbe contraction policy of the mooomaniacal monometalists. Peoria Democrat. Wc should like to say some things our selves about the hardships and financial distress under which tbe industrial classes of the country are suffering, but then we are told that anything a democrat may say is not acceptable there's nothing wanted from any of the old parties, ex cept to give way to "the great expecta tions" of coming events. "Those si -very notes so soft, so clear. The listener held bis breath to bear. n The Muscatine Tribune saya that Beveral parties in that vicinity are anxious about tbe whereabouts of one C. M. Bart htt, representing himself as special agent of the New York Life Insurance company, who has proved himself a swindler, as he had no authority to act for tbat com pany. Any one in this section knowing of the gentleman's abiding place will please speak up. TO-DAYS' ADVERTISEMENTS. The Dramatic Episode cf the Seasoa. Dart's Hall, Hock Island, If) MONDAY, AVr DECEMBER AU The Brilliant Commedienne, ROSE WOOD, One of the Beauties of the State, and the Pet ot the New York public, sup ported by the LEWIS MORRISON Superb Dramatic Com'y in tne ureat iew iora success, the Powerful French Society Comedy, ' FKOXJ ITJEIOTJ" Prices 75 and f0 cents. No er)ra charge for Ea" aerved Seats, at Crampton. Dart's Hall CHAS. H. DTJPREZ,: .Mahaoeb. Tuesday Evening Dec, 11th. Announcing the World-Ecnowned DUPREZ & BENEDICT'S Gigantic Famous Minstrels, A Monsteb Corps of Abtism, Composed of Eight. Unrivaled Comedians, . Four Artistic Popular End Men. Famons Cloggist, r-ong and Dance Artiais. Pleasing Burlesque Female Prima Donna, A. ell-tra?ued Vocal Quartette, A Celebrated Solo Orchoatra ana a large uniformed Brass Band. The only troupe having their house programmes perfumed nlsbtly with Hoyt'a famous German Cologne. - Reserved Seats Bold before the darnf c. wirrt m. dnced to 60 centa ; now on aale at Wylie A H.Cune'a Bonkntnre. I nrWUl appear at XoUae, Sec. 10th - - CIIOWIIIG FOE THE f'-.'S' , ; "..PS" A3 BEING THE Best Soft Coal Self-Feeder NOW MADS. Having the Xargest iEBATIHB CAPACITY -IS THE Most Economical ON FCSL, AND WILL RETAIN FIRE LONGER, THE . Finest Illuminated! THE Micas ' - Do "Not Smoke Dp ! MAKE THE BCRNING OP As Clear and Bright as Ctoia DAVID DON, No. 1617 2d Avenue, SOCK ISLAND, IU. ANNOUNCEMENTS. f rintmg and binding executed neat quick and cheap at The Abotp ffow All kinds of House and Sign Painting, j (iraimng, etc., with neatness and dispatch Give me a call. Shop on Eighteenth street, above 1 turd avenue. sep3-d3m ' C. Jueegens. i ne uoionnaae uotei. rmiaaeipbia, is a model establishment. It is superb in both style and appointment and its table and vice cannot be excelled ine ceieoratea reona show cases; cheaper than any other in tbe market. Quality guaranted, VV orkmanshin un surpassed. Rob't G.Lutke, manufacturer, Peoria, Ills., Field Bros., agents, Rock Island, Ills. 5- lOdly Lodille's Headache Specific is no quack nostrum but on the contrary a chemical compound that cures headache in 5 to 2j minutes. Durang's Rheumatic Remedy never fails to cure rheumatism. Sold by all drug gists in Rock Island and Moline. Think of it, that a couch or cold ne glected, may lead to serious consequences; in the early state of throat and luoe dis eases, Madame Porter's Cough Balsam i an invaluable remedy, can be taken by the oldest person or youngest child. Is safe. reliable, and agreeable to the taste. Price 25 cents, and in large bottles at 50 and 75 cents. Certain Pleasures Vanish when the teeth decay, viz: Tha pleasure derived from eating, the pleasure arising from the consciousness of possessing a sweet breath, and the pleasure of knowing that a smile STUft 'Z JTiSST Micoeuiea perpetual uy mq regular use "OI i Snz-idont. What Spalding's Glue has joined can not be put asunder. Who sats that anything hurts WORSE than the rheumatism or the gout, or that anything is more harrassing than an affection of the skin? These troubles, as well as disfigurements of tbe complexion, are cured with Glenn's Sulphur Soap. Sold by all druggists. Hill's Hair and Whisker Dye, Black or Brown, 500 EluBtrated Marriage Guide, 360 pages, cloth and gilt binding, so cents; game in paper covers, 26 eta. Manhood, 10 cents; Woman hood, 10 cents; Pamphlet, t cents-securely sealed, by mail, fiend money or postaga Btampa. Dk. Whtttter, the great specialist, 617 St. Charles street, SL Louis, Mo. Pazzoni's Chemical Balm Hair Restor ative. To preserve and beautify the human hair. W hat it will do. Prevents the hair falling out. Increases the growth and beauty of the hair. Retains the hair in any desired form. Prevents the hair from turning grey. Prevents and entirely eradicates dandruff. Heals pimples and keeps the head delightfully cool The hair becomes rich, soft and glossy. Per tcctly clean and will not noil the hat. Pos seenes an exquisite trairranoe. and as a dressing has no equal. Price 50 cents and $1 per bottle, Sold by all druggists. BILIOUS DIFFICULTIES. DR. PIERCES INDIAN RESTORATIVE BIT' . TERS. Dr. G. W. Skinner, member of the American Association for the Advance ment of Science, writing from Little Falls, N. Y., said: freely use it in preference to any of the ordinary articlcs.such as OH, Senna, Salts, ete for the most delicate in fants, the robust, and those enfeebled by age. It is a Specific for all Bilious Dis orders, Agues, Colics, Headaches, Cos Hveness, etc. A Sure Thing Dr. Hunter's Specific and Injection No. 1 are warranted to cure the Gonnorhoea, Gleet,Chordee,8trictures, disease ot the kidneys, bladder and urinary organs ot males and 1 ,. females. Dr. Hunter's Specific No. 2 is a4 sure remedy for the Spermatorrhoea, Seminal weakness, nightly, emissions, the loss of power, caused by self-abuse or excessive indulgence. Price of Dr. Hunter's Specific, $2 per bottle; Injection, $1 per bottle. Sent everywhere by express. Dr. J. Dinsbeer, sole proprietor. No. 508, Nor th Seventh street, St. Louis, Mo. Send two stamps for treatise. Cure guaranteed or money refunded. Dr. Dinsbeer will treat 11 chromic diseases, and furnish medicines I for lean mnnpv than ano ethcr n,maniT, , Hr. lm. Write rr all F. U !, .1 1 druggists, tts CHAMPION BASE BURNER! Hay well be called tne KING OF DllSB BlfllHBIiS MONITOR w . mt lift 0 S lit w . Acknowledged to be the best there is made, for Economy, Durability and General Good Qualities. It will Bake and Cook with 1-3 less fnel than an; other Cook Stove in the market. For Sale by FEED HASS, Star Block, opposite Harper House. BAKING Absolutely; Pure. Manufactured wiih special refernce to supply the 'at up full weight, and contains the exact strenirth Grape Cream Tartar, is free from any injurious substance, and perfectly wholesome. Every Grocer who sells it Is authorized to guarantee It in every respect to customers. North British mSURAf Of London and Edinburgh. . ORGANIZED 1809. Fire Surplus and Eeserve Fund the Largest of any Comp'y doing business in the U. S. Losses Paid in 68 Years : - i $25,079,840.00 Applications received and policies issued by E. W- EUEST, Resident Agent. Printing, Binding and Blank-Book work specialties at The Argus Office. No pains will be spared to please customers. Satisfaction guaranteed. tf Dr. Sabine's "Indian Vegetable Cough Syrup" is the infallible remedy tor coughs, colds, hoarseness, and all diseases of the tronchial organs. Try a bottle. For sale by druggists eenerally. ; 6-4 dly. Piles-Itching; Piles Positively cured also Blind and Bleediug Piles, Fistula, Salt Rheum, and all dis eases of the Skin, by the use of . ROSSMAN'S CVRP1 Itching Piles is generally preceded by a moisture like perspiration producing a very disagreeable and distressing itching. particularly at uint, alter getting warm in pea. zo nuuioug as a trial will prove. For sale by ail-respectable druggists. Rossman & McKlNSTRir. Hudson. N. Y.. Proprietors. Sent by mail for 50 cents. ' For sale by all Druggists inlRoclc Island Fuller & Fuller, and Vaurfchaaek, Stevenson & Heed, Chicago, wholesale agents. - - Delays art dangerous. The lives of our little ones are dear to as, and it is the wish and hope to see them look bright, and cheerful and happy. We advise you not to give them any of the dangerous, worm syrupa or liquids of any kind or name. They are not only bad to use and really dangerous to take; but the stomach often rejects them and are used with peril to those little Ones who look to os for care and protec tion. Van Deusen's Worm Confections are a pure white and are maae from tb purest vegetable medicines. They arc the only safe and sure worm medicine evtr discovered. Tbey have become a household remedy, and are now sold in every store. : j Van Deusen's Confections. , ? Ar sure protection. They bring to terms Intestine Worms; Cures every child. Are tasteless, mild. Your pets may live, II them you give. : Ask for Van Deusen's Worm Confeo lions. Merchants can net them at whole sale Drug Stores. VAN DEUSEN BROTHERS. KraasToir, Ulster Co., N.Y, tSHMce 25 cent a box.-! -; Sold At every store - ?' For It received AT THB LAST COUNTY FAIR OVEE ALL OTHiES. 250 OF THEM Were Sold In this City lag Season by FEED. HASS, IH STAB BLOCS, Opp. Harper House. WHO ALSO KEEPS COOK STOVE! POWDER. BAKING POWDER demand for a nnilonnly euro and reliable article, of a pure batiojr powder. Made from Standard Mercantile OSVIP'Y, BUSINESS CAEBS. V JOHN B. HAWLEY. ATTOR(KT AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW r Office in Benetton's Block. lllinoU St.. Kork -1 and, Illinois. -13diw6m EENWOBTL? & BEAEDSLEY aw AD ABSTRACT OFFICE. ROOMS 13 im voun uouse. juo, T. Ken worthy Jas.M. Beards- ey. 10-S3d&wtf. M, M, CORBETT, ATTORNEY AT LAW, SOLICITOR IN CHAN er' ,nd KofcWT Public, Abstracts, Loans and Collect. Office Sod Avenue, 8rd coor east of Bengston'a Drag Store. Rock Island, Ills. LUCIAN ADAMS, A iTUKNET AND COUNSELOR AT LAW ? in ir.Z. ttry;ae.m oc umna Title of iTnd. tTock wLdoEnS ' m Wm. F. Zimmerman. "T3RACT1CALP ANO TUNER AND REGULA--A. ter. Leave orders with Jobn Zimmerman, lJino Manufacturer, I2u Main SU, near First Na tional Bank, Davenport, Iowa RDWABD D.IWHIIT. WIUUAH ACKSO SWEENEY & JACESON, ATTORNEYS. AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW Office Cor. Eagle and Illinois streets, Bok Isl and, Illinois. 11-lfdly THOMAS YATES, 18 PREPARED TO DO PLUMBING IN ALL ITS branches, also, Gas and Steam Fitting. Call and have estimates made before ordering your work doce by otber partiea. TUOMA8 YAla.(Leve,)Rock Island. CHANGE OF PRICES AT V. Dauber's Old Stand. ?;cw Shoes 40 cents. Re-eet 80 cents. None but Ant-class workmen employed. Horse -shoeing in ai; its branches. Interf- ring, Quarter Cutters, ana Hoof-Bonnd Horses Cnred tr Special attention eivea to shoeing Trotters. All work warranted. Horsemes and others invltea to call. , ,,. f hup Third avenue, between 18th and ltn j hjr r . a" ...ty"1 Jlif treeu, KOC. lai"