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Wednesday Ivsalag, T ai, l,7L rrcmtms " jTrfatinf Orders for Job Prialiat will meat with prpt tualiea at UtiHil Oraroa, ui k ited B ta very best saaae wtu hwwWi rate.. CIT BULLETIN. Kallroad Time Satl. OHIOAwO, ftOOK IILAID PAOItIO . tusoss etvsai.a fna R.ebleleadse Calces'' aaava. nii DtFlipmitiiaill, 7:26 a. at. :. f IgalJUsteaa, lO.BSp. s. iaitii.s ft.mDar.ap.rtlo 0aaUBlaCi. Pay laprnt ui Mail t; a. m. 8 m. light Bxpiass, ie t- . X:M p. a. The Day Express and Mail leaviag here at S:f a. a., hmmu al Jnu Jaaetioa at 11:1 a. m,., lot Peosie. Ta Might nHpreaa levlag here at 10:34 p.m. eenaeots at Bereea M P.. "or Foria. WJEIIiaV PSIOl-B.Ju vaoa book islaib ao baoisb. lbavb. aaaiTB. Bapress 4 Mall, 840 a. SB. u p. v jtt.4 raaeaget, 3i30 p. at. Ili2t a. a stoCK ISLAID PIOsUA B. B. aaoa awl nun 10 coat, tiuii, Leave, Arrtva Jlook laland :o a m 10:00 am M 1.00 pan 4:20 pm BOUtFORD, B. ISLAXD A IX. LOUIS B. B. UOIJfii BORTU. Chieago lxpra Rk Island at Smc Ulpreae Way Freight 8.21 a. a MOp.m 7:30 a. m 0INO SOUTH. LSaTa. S. Louif lipreta Hoek Island at t.24p.m MU ' 7:16 a. m Kxpreee Freight 7:61 a. m Wajr Freight " 12 1 9 a. m The traiai Wave Muliaa going tontk 16 snin- nt ia edvaeo ol aoofc island time; goiag urfcu 10 ntnam aiier teaviBg nooB lalaad. Xraiai leav Camden gaiag aorta It minutes Id edvaaoe of Roak laland lima ; going ooth 16 minute after tearing this eity. Train leaTa Coal V allay going aorta Si mln lUi in advene of Book islaad tlm; going oath 15 miaou atar leaving this oil. DAYI5P0XT A ST. PAUL B. B. eoixa korth. Acosmaodatloa Depart 3:26 p m Mail 7 JO am GOING SOUTH. Davenport liprtM Arrtr 11: JO a m AocooiBodatioa aad Mail " 7:30 p m Tl road oonneot at th C. A N. W. crossing with th Chioago aad Northwestern Railroad, (or point at and west. BDLISaT05, CKOAB RAPIDS A MI5KE- SOTA R. R. Froaa Pok 11 and to Bnrliagion. aaaaagus from Rork Island going orr this I la will tak th regular train going wait on th dlrlai a of th 0. B. I. A P. K. R., aonaaetlag at Oolambat J taction, at follows ToBarllngtoa, 4:30 a.m. Poek Iwaad, t:Xie. m. 6:06 p.m OMJIIO AID CLOSTUa 01 MAIXJ. rose orrioa, xiToiiu. a libdb's blook. OFFICE HOURS. C pa ily, taadayaaxeoptvd, at lo " " ' 6aial tlirrf eloii at Won or Ordar Offlt pn at " " " aloaatat OpaaSaaday from Hli.a. t: a. m. 8:06 p. m, SitO p.m. a. m. ft'.OO p. a. i i:uu a. nv ABBITIf. 4.46 a. m. 6 4 p. m. 8:00 a. a. 10:30 p.m. olo at. 7:40 a. m 8:00 p. m -00 a. m 4:16 p. ny 8:00 a. a 8:40 a. m. t:0a.m 8 00 a. m. oaaoAao A Niaraaa BArairoa BOBf STB a BOBIBBBB 6:60 p. m. liiuint A BAiraaa 6:40 p. m. o.TAt.Lai,aioiAiDOTBB 6:00 p.m. wasoaa BAJi 4 0p.m. ThU mall arrtr on TnaidaTf and Vridara, aad depart WdadTi and 6atardaj, Thit at Urmlnatat at Nw Windtor. ABairaa. oi-otai. albbo bail 6:80 p. m. 8:00 a. m. Mall axatlar for Oamdaa Mlllt, And aloft a, Idglngton, Hamlat, Porryton, Al4a, High Point, Sw Boiton, RUhjburg, Oqaawia, is Oqaavka ioaatton, fflagotowa), alao forPUaaaat Blda, Haalitt, Baflale Prairia, IlUnola City, Drorj, Ooppr Ork, and Milluibarg, goa fcj tht rout. BOiaocta bail TtOO p. m. IMax. Vhl mall arrlr Mendaya, Wdncday and Vridayij dparti Taeadaya, Thsndaji and Sat ardayt. All mail mttr for Preemption, Saai, Viola, Hortk Henderaoa, 6prin; SroTe, Biehlaad Srore aad Monmoata, ihoald b aeat by thi it. Alao Centre Ridg on Taaradey. DEI 6001)8. GLOVES, HOSIERY. MAY BRO'S BAVl Jl BT OPENED THB LARGEST STOCK or A9D Hosiery! At Great Attract. Prices! Of ill and Exniiiiiie ILLII0IS STREET, Bock Island, - 111. mayi-ddwly FOB 1EXT. FOR RENT. PIANOS AID ORGANS AT John Zimmerman's X. 10 Main Straut, CAHK5P0BT IOWA All iaatramant warranted. Terma reasonable. aprO dTn I0UTH AM) BEAUTY Are asanred those who make ua of that magnif icent cuainatic, LI RUE'S ALABASTER CREAM ! Aad th Ladies who 4 eaire a Perfect Enamel, Splendid Coametio, and delicate perfume com bined, will uae Bo otlier. It ia, aa a beaotifiur to the oompiezloa, Superior t bbj article la the World ONE TBIAL PK0VE3 THIS. Sod by all Draggtate and Dealera in Yanoj Gooda. UaO. R. LIB, Proprietor, mT2drlm Hartford, Conn. Jeba BerjfBtoTj, Agent, Bock Islaad. PAVING AND ROOFING. The Western Paring&Roofiog Co. Ar now prepared to lay th Celebrated Stone Oement ! With daspatoh and perfection. It is the beat material known for Paving Walka, Street, Cellars, Stable, Breweries, Basmnt f Shops, f aotoriee, Ao. A porfeotly reliable HOOFINGr Guaranteed far 10 years. Old Shingles and new eoated, rendering them fir proof, and making th old a good as new. Shop corner of Deir and Water ta., residence aat end o) Eggleeton &o. MLSON PALMER. S.ayl0d5n Business Manager. CITY. Rimsmber th Reaoae'i ball thia Bing. Tiokett 11.00, snppar eitra. A good tint U anticipated. Tea Udiei of th Epiopl choroh giv a choice floa-ar and ttrawbarrr fettival t Dart'i Hall oa Monday vniDg next. H. H- Mavo, has th largest and beat tock of ladiea and geota oollara and enffs, hoaaierr, ondervaar, ahirU to. ia th city Thb Committ on deoorationi for th aoldiert' Re-noios ar rwioested to mt at Magistrate Simonson's offio at VJ this eve ning. Sociabli. The ladies of the First Prea byterian Charoh wiil hold a Strawberry Festival in the basement of the charoh on Thursday evening. To Fbuit Growers. Those desiring the bst Frnit Basket for marketing nil kinds o small fruit, can hear of a good bargain br calling at this offio. "Leaf by Leaf the Roses Fall." Bnt they are always to be found at A. 8. Alston's All kinds of Millinery Goods of the latest styles arrived and ready for sale. ' BuawELL ii Bailey's stock of gents' fur nishing goods is rapidly being completed, and some choice articles ar on display Their bats and oaps ar taking articles everybody's head. Bailed Hay Constantly on hand and for sal. Prime upland prairie, 3001b ch, 11 75 par bale. - Timothy, $2 00 per bale. Lowland prairie, $1 60 per bale. ByJ.H. Langley, leva, Rook Island. m27dlw Quabtcbxy Collections. Our subscrib ers should remember that, to-morrow , June 1st, is quarter day, on which collections are to be made, and will save themselves and the collector much unnecessary trouble if they are prepared . Hate yon tried th celebrated Home Bit ters, so highly reoommended by the medic al fraternity everywhere. They ar superior to Hostetters, and should be kept in every family. They can be bad of John Beogston or of Em.il Koehler in this citv. The ferry did an immense business yes terday, tianaporticg the visitors from Dav enport to this oity. At several times during the day, from 50 to 100 carriages, were on the Davenport levee, awaiting their turn. Fifteen wagon loads of children from the Orphans' Home was an item of one trip. Encouraging. The ranks of old maids oan be deoreased to a surprising extent by judioious use of Dr. Price's Speoial Flavor ings ana Cream Baling .f owaer. it you want a flavoring extract, ask for Dr. Price's see that his name is on tne Dottle: if a baking powder see that it is Dr. Prioe's Cream none other. All first-class grooers sell them. Police Court. Timothy MoDermitt, a wealthy son of Mars, was attacked by dropsy last evening, and dropping under a cannon in the Court Aouse Square, dropped asleep. He was awakened by a policeman, and found to be dead drunk. Magistrate Sim onson presented a subscription paper for $5.00 and ooats, but Timothy having but 40 cents, could not subscribe. He was released, and has gone to Nebraska to enter a home stead, with 40 cents another proof of the progress of the age. John Popp drank too muoh pop or beer and was popped in jail by the police. This morning be popped into Magistrate Simon son's office, was fined f 5 00 aad coats, paid it, and is probably popping at the present time. Will Burton, a lad of 13 or 14 years, ob tained liquor somewhere, and got fighting drunk. He couldn't whip anybody, so he suffered himself to be conducted to head quarters, and this morning he plead guilty and sorrowful, and was released on fair promise of good behavior. Another Accidmt. Almost every week we are oallea upon to chronicle some severe or fatal accident, and A is eenerallr the case that venturesome boys are the viotims and carelessness or thoughtlessness the cause. An accident ooourred at Keator t Wilson's mill, yesterday afthernoon, result ing in the severe injury of a bright boy of 12 years, the only son of an industrious and respeotable couple. This acoident is of a like ilk with others which we have frequent ly spoken of in the past six months, Albert Knoadbouse, was riding on the projecting end of a pieoe of timber, on a flat car which was being switohed at the time, and was enjoying the ride, when another car loaded with timber was shot down the lame traok and before he oould rise from his position a piece of timber oaught him in the right thigh and hip, pinning him between the two sticks. He was released from his painful situation, taken to the Emmet House ; his injuries were examined by Dr. Jencks, and found to ba internal, no bones broken. The lad was soon after taken to his parents' residence at the npperend of Arsenal street, and attended by Dr. Truesdale, who allevi ated the pain somewhat, and will probably Have his life. Mr. William Khoad house the lather, is a stone mason, works on the Island. - Is the manufacture of the various articles of domestic use, probably none have under gone more or greater changes that the man ufaoture of baskets those indispensable oontrivanoes to be fonnd in every household Among the patriarchs were basket makers. A basket maker made the cradle in which the infant Moses was committed to the keep ing of the waters. Their antiquity is nn questioned, and from the osier used in an cient times, we find the art has progressed to the splitting and weaving af the tougher and handsomer oak and rattan. While in Northampton, Mass., we were kindly ushered throueh the extensive and elegant basket factory of the Williams manufacturing com pany, established in 1850. The machinery is of the latest improved patents, and th numerous hands employed in the faotory turn out the baskets by the thousands, of all sizes and patterns, and of extra quality and beauty. The superior finish which is placed upon the oak and rattan baskets o this company, is a marked point, and their durability creates a demand whioh their facilities hardly supply. The company have established agencies in Chicago and St. Louis for the sale of their baskets, and God their manufacture very popular through out the Northwest. Should our dealera de sire to iotrodnoe the baskets in this locality, they oan do so through either the Chioago or St. Louis agenoies, which we advise tbem to do. We are indebted to Mr. Williams, of the eompany, a genial, whole-souled gentle man, for a pleasant ride about the fine streets of Northampton, and congratulate him upon hiajsoccsss injbnainess, and in hit possession of a fine residence upon one of the most retired and pleaaantest streets in the enter prising oity h calls his home. BETISEW AND PARADE DAT. OBASO DI1PLAY-AHD A GX5IRAX GOOD T1MB. At one o'clook, the reception committees led by the Chiefs aad Luppy's band, march ed to the ferry and crossed to Davenport About two o'oloea- they returned with their guests, and led by Biehl's band, marohed to Illinois street, where they separated, the Western and guests, led by Luppy's band marching to the Western's house, and the Rescue's led by Biehl's band marching to the Ketone's, house. At the Resone house they formed in line and marohed down Or leans to Deer street, along Deer to Illinois. where the Western and guests fell into line and the line of march was then taken up in the following order : - Chiefs and Assistants. Biehl's Band. Fire King steamer and company 25 mem bars, of Davenport. Moline Band. Mississippi Company 48 members and steamer. Rescue Company 40 members and en gine. Clapp & Jones' Steamer. Luppy's Band. Liberty Company of Davenport 40 mem bers and steamer. Western Company 85 members and steamer. The prooession moved west to Exohange street, south on Exchange to Orleans, east on Orleans to Buffalo, north on Buffalo to Illinois, east on Illinois to Market Square, where a hollow sauare was formed. eommittee was despatched to the council room for tha oity fathers, and the firemen in the interim, inspected the engines. The council soon after arrived, and reviewed the sereral engines, passing high encoiumnes upon the beauty of them. The Eggleston, as it always does, made the handsomest ap pearance, but the otheis looked a trifle more like business. After the review the fire men listened to a brief address by Attorney Qest, in whioh he expressed satisfaction with the effioient manner in whioh our re department always discharges its duties, praised their manly and determined bearing and sn short a very appropriate speech, such as the firemen like to hear. At the close of his remarks, Western Company and guests repaired to the Court House Square, where a cold oollation attracted considerable at ntioa. The Resoue's, with their guests, the Mississippi's and Fire Kings, repaired to Union Square, where beneath the shadows of the trees, a cold lunch was in waiting, and which soon disappeared before the de termined attai'k of tha firemen. The prooession was peculiarly worthy o f remark, as it oontained five steamers in line, an occurrence never before witnessed in our oity. The firemen, in their gay uni form;! engines glittering in the sun, and each d-awu by four spirited horse s; the ban ners and flags, and soul-stirring music, at tracted universal attention along the line of maroh. The Westerns were out in full force and looked clean and neat; the Davenport companies were well represented by a fine body of men; the Moline boys in their fine white and blue uniforms looked very tidy; but the Rescue and their steam er attracted the most attention ; ai their pleased oountenanoes seemed to beam with a hope that they might possess the splendid steamer following close on their heels, which hope was undoubtedly seoond ed by the bystanders. On the Rescue, and hose cart, were i handsome pair of deer's horns, presented the company by Will Smith, steward of the steamer Davenport, and gilded by Secretary Alter, oi Resoue Company. Taken all in ail the parade was the grand. est and moat enjoyable one aver held in the ity, as the boys says : " We never bea this before." It is a day of good feeling and as the years roll around the friendship between the members of the fire depart ments of thia vioinity is cemented and bound together by common ties. After the lunch had been fully discussed, the Rescne company with the new engine repaired to the foot of Washington street, 500 feet of tha new hose was laid, and fire was started, ana steam raised: l.ma seven minutes and fifteen seoonds for thirty pounds of steam. At the firS trial, through an inch and a quarter nozzle, the throw was 233 feet and four inches- The Eggleston was then hauled to the riv er, 500 feet of hose were laid, and steam raised. We will give the result of the con test to-morrow. There were present to witness the trial, oommittees fromChicago,Galeburg, Burling ton, Muscatine, and Princeton, as follows : A. McMonagle,foreman of the steamer Long John, of Chicago, also Jos. M. Gilbert, of Chicago ; Ira A. Holly, in charge of Bur lington steamers, Burlington ; J. W. Tern- plelon and Dr. Grant, of Princeton ; the names of oommittees from other plaoes we were unable to obtain. McKek RaxKiaT To-night. We advise our readers to attend the entertainment Dart's Hall this evening. Rankin has just closed a successful engagement in Daven port, and has received the encomiums of the press everywhere. His supporters are all able and talented, and one of them, Miss Kitty Blanohard, is the best in her line of aoting, on the Amerioan stage. The bill is "Who Killed Cook Robin?" The Font says : Opera Houbk. Rip Van Winkle and his dog Scoeider have come again, and the man who introduces them is not Joseph Jeffer son, but Mcn.ee nankin, mat is sometnins startling in a theatrical point of view, but it does not follow that beoausa Jefferson did not personate the immortal Dutchman ol 'de willaoe of Falling Vater," the perform ance was a failure. On the contrary, it was a great success and highly flattering to the ability of this young actor, who had the oourage to assail a part already rendered to perfection. I he large audience testified their approbation and delight throughout by frequent applause, aad it was evident that the touching story took strong hold npon their sympathies. Uhicago 1'ust. Book Auction. Important sale of Erg lish books. Parties wishing to add to their libraries, will do well to attend the sale now held each evening at the store of Messrs. Smith & Andrews, 2d street, Davenport. The oolleotion is all direct from the large publishing houses of London, Edinburg, Glasgow, 4c, embracing some of the finest works of literature, science and the arts, in cluding the great works of Hogarth and Gil roy, original editions, plates engraven by the artists themselves; Chambers' Encyclope dia, oalf binding. Finely illustrated family bibles, to. The aale continues every even ing this week. Basb Bilu The match game of base ball yesterday, between the Gazette and Democrat nines, resulted in m victory for tha former, tba score standing 28 to 24. Tha Democrat boys bad been phytioking. C0XKXX0KATI0H SAT IS TBI TWII OITIXS AHD OH THB ISLAHD. Commemoration, Memorial,or Decoration Day, as it is variously nailed, was not, con sidering tha well knows patriotism of out citizens, generally observed ia thia oity A few vijited the Island, ia tha course of it. the day, but tha business houses ware open, and transacted business as on other days. Davenport, however, was full and running over with patriotism, manifested in divers ways, and Molina was not behind in the observance of the day, Wa ware pleased to H. to see that some one had decorated our oounty monument, with garlands, wreaths and boquets. We visited the Island at about 2 o clock, and found assembled at the cemetery about 1 AAA , T" L ...nfijl ftKknft half past 'I, by apieceby Lnppj'a band. d . u..... r -.(f-,. nravar. ITir. .Tnttn (vrMn'i mamorial add real Wl marked and able effort, and was listened to witholose attention, by the large crowd. I by The heat was intense, and the orowd around the speaxer s stana toroia too the little breeze stirring ; it mast have been flattering to the honorable speaker to wit ness the power his words exerted upon that heated and fatigued audienoe. The or phans of tha Bavenport Home, at the olose of Mr. Grenn's remarks, sang a wery fine piece, and were then then addressed by Her. Mr. Anderson, of Davenport, in the absence of Major Beardsley. His remarks were brief and eloquent. The orphans then filed into the cemetery, a child with boquet and wreath was stationed at each grave, and a group of the committees, band and officers of the day was formed, and the whole soene photographed by Messrs. Newberry and Stirrell. While the band played a dirge the graves were decorated, the children sung another song, benediction was pronounced by Rev. Mr. Barnes, and the exercises were terminated, and the assemblage dispersed to their vehicles and the boat. The Island avenue was crowded with carriages long after the termination of the exercises, and many Davenportera were forced to remain in this city for several hours, on aooonnt of the lack of ferrying facilities. The foot passengers wended their way aoross the fields to the Jennie Brown, and an indescri bable and shameful scene of confusion oo ourred at the landing, every one of the thou sand or more in waiting striving to be the first one on board, and the committee, with the usual obstinacy of men out of place, re fused to allow but one stage plank to be rnn out, for fear they might admit some one who had no ticket. vvith this exoeption, the whole affair was orderly and pleasant. We venture to say that the Jennie Brown never carried more human freight in one load, than that most memorable one. BIVEB HEWS. The river is receding at this point. ARBITALS. FUOM Lake Superior Capt. Worden, St. Louis. Redwing Capt. Eight, St. Paul. New Boston Capt. Melville, Keokuk. DEPARTURES. FOR Lake Superior Capt. Worden, St. Paul. Redwing Capt. Hight, St. Louis. New Boston Capt. Melville, Keokuk. Jennie Brown Capt. Pierce, Clinton. BOATS LIAVIVO TO-MORROW FOR Belle of La Crosse Capt. Senoerbox, St. Paul. Northwestern Capt. Davidson, St. Louis. Rock Isiand Capt. Campbell, Keokuk Up boats leave at 12 x. noon, and down beats at 9 p. x. BOABS 07 TEADI KEITINQ. The Board of Trada meeting last eveninff was not well attended, and those present took no motion ia the organ manufactory location. The meeting was postponed until this evening;, when it is hoped something definite will be done. We feel that the pro ject needs no arguing, or argument, its feasibility is apparent to all unprejudiced persons, and the only point for considera tion or discussion is where is the money to come from 7 Let this question be answered to-night. Henry Dakts Sons, wholesale agents of the Lafflin & Rand Powder Co., have on exhibition in their show window an Oil Paintine Portrait of the President of that oompany, painted by a celebrated K York artist. It is said by them that ar acquainted with the gentleman to be a splendid likeness. After a carefull examination of the por trait we advise his friends to look out for their yellow leg chickens when he comes around as he has m decidely Foxy expres sion to his coon eaancf . The Rescue Ball. Our fun-loving cit izens should remember the grand annual Parade Ball of Rescue Company at Turner Hall this evening. A grand good time is anticipated. Extensive preparations have been made and good musio will be in at tendance. As the Rescues admit noroushs or characters to their balls, the affair will he orderly and pleasant. Admittance $1.00. supper extra. Go one and all. TJKIOH KXETIHO. Uur business men are requested to be paesent at the union meeting at the Harper House this evening. The business to be transacted is important to every one, and it is necessary in order to insure success that the preliminaries be satisfactorily ar ranged, The reoeption and entertainment of the Press Association is tba matter to be acted upon at this meeting. To-Day's Advertisein'ts BASKETS. WILLIAMS StlfiUFACTCR'G CO. NORTHAMPTON -MASS. Established 1850. Maoufaoturers of all klndl of Oak and Hattan Baskets. For sale in Chi eago by Warner A Folia ; L. Gould A Co.,; Sa naa White, and hfaraton A Peok Bros., and in St, Louis by Samuel Cnpplea,and Warren, Che- ver A Co. maysOdly AHItTSElVIEKT. Dart's Hall. FOUB NIGHTS, COMMENCING Wednesday Erening, June 1st. The Ore at (Jh&racter Actor McKee Rankin Aad th C Banning Comedian and Songstress una hitty sitAsrosuLas, Will appear ia their most attractive perform aace commencing with th amusing eomedy entitled Who Killed Cock Bobio? LATTENBLLA, MISS EITTT BLANCH ARD JACK KASSAT, MsKEB RANKIB. To ba followed by 3Xi 13 Ian eli air cl In bar new Mnsieal Specialties. To ba followed by tba Faroe of - "OUR GKAJL,". OTJ fJAL ..MIS8BIACHAD S,To morrow night MoEse Kankin as Bin Vaa Winkl. fesaUAdmiaaiea 60 ont: Reserved seat 74 sent. Baata ean b seoared ow at Crampton A Oe.'t Book Star. ml9-dtd &OOJL& OO&lTSSZf . JOHN BOOT'S BITTEH9. John Soot's Bitters are a family sedlolaa. John Boot's Bitters eure general debility. John Boot's Bitters ear dyapepsia. Uae Jobs. Root's Bitters cures fevar aad ague. John. Boot's Utters are all billeua die a. John Boot's Bitters aures aervooanaaa aad headache. Try it. They are warranted. John Boot's Bitter core indigaation. Try Jean Beot'a Bitters are not a whiaky drink. John Boot's Bitters are sold fcv aU druz gitta. John Bengaten, Boek laland, 111.; Bar riaoa A Holmaa, Devenpert, Iowa, wholeaala and retail druggists. Joasph Meehee, Moline, A". - mavZi-deod-m.w.!wlv m Mrjjh P;Mp? I UIMIIUUI MUUIMUU I AHD TAK. USE?RY,'t8 - M?TE FBEOKLE LO. er,, Druggtrt la Book leland and elaewhere. 5.reP"e only by Dr. B. C. Perry, 9 Bond St. PDIPLES ON TOE FACE. IT'OB OOMHDf)NE8. ELAOK-WOSMS OR a- ttruba, Pimply Eraptioaa and Blotohed Dia&gnrationa on th faoo, ee Perry's Comedone an 4 Pimple Kenedy.' It S aartrijea aad taenia abU. Prepared only by Dr. B. C. PERRY, Dermatoloe-iat. 49 Bond Street, New York. Sold by every Druggiat in Bock Island end elic it here, tea Z7a awnrn PERMANENTLY CUHBtO 11V Vegetine. Baeumatiamie a disease of the blood. Th blood ia thi disrate ia found to contain aa el cesa of fibrin. VaaaTias acta by converting the blood from its diaad condition to a heal to j escalation. Venetian regulates tha bowel, whioh ia very important is this eomnlaiat. One bottle of Ybsbtipb will give relief, bat to effect a permanent euro it moat be taken regularly, and may take avral bottles, aapeoially in oaaea of longstanding. Vbsbtihb ia sold ey all drug gista. Try it, and yonr verdict will b the ears as that of thooaanda befora yon, who Say, never foand ao much relief aa from th ute of Vegetine," which i conposad exlaaively of barka, roota and herba. mchll-dod Taa Basr Tone or laos. Phoapkora aad Calisaya, kaewn as Ferro-Fhoapheted Elixir of Oaliaaya Bark. Tha iron restore color to the blood, the phoajhores renew waste ol th nerve tiaaue, and th oaliaaya givea a natural, health ful tone to the digeativo organa, thereby caring dyspepeialn ita various forms, wakefnlne, gen eral debility, depreaaion of apiiiU; alio, th best preventive againat fevrr aad ague. On pint contain the virtuee of one oance of oaliaaya, and one teaapoonfal, a grain ot iron and phoa pherna. Mauofaotared only by Caawell, Hazard A Co., suoceaaors to Caawall, Alack A Co, New York. Sold by Draggiats. feh37dwd-thu-Aweow Dry Goods. A. Bamberger, So. 9, Illinois street, Rock lal and, will open to-day 100 piece choio style of dresa goods, oa lot at 25 cts. per yard worth 40 ta; on lot at 30 worth 50; on lot at 40 worth 60. A full Una of oekbraUd Buflalo Alpacas. A ouiplet line of Japanese Silka and Iriih Pop lins. A full line of paraaola of every description. A large atock of laJiea, xmae and children'a hose of extra length and auperler quality. Al- waya a full and well selected stock of staple gooda of every description, ladies and gents will do well to eomeand examine my stock before making their purchee alMwhere. Clothing made to order in the lateat etyles, and a perfect tit always guaranteed. At Wadiworth & Parson's, Just opaaed, new Japanese Silks, new Hair Stripe Drrea Gooda, Lace Shawls, Marseille? and Iloney Comb Bed Quilts, in great variety, the latest thing aut In Skeleton Corset for Summer wear. They always bav on hand th best ass ortment of Carpets, Vatta, Rugs aad Floor Oil Cloths to be found in thia aeotlon, and at the very lowest prices. Par Sals. Twenty -aix residence lots, in my additions to the 0i,7 of Rock l9lanJ Terms of aale. One quarter caan ; Daiance in one, two ana mre rears, with interest at six per cent, per annum. d.im. H. JVaYnsroBT. There ia nothing, more eertatn to prevent fe male irregularitiee thaa Dr. Yelpau'e Female Pilla. They will ia all casta cause a return af monthly sickness, without whioh ne unmarried lady can enjoy perfect health Soit by all drug gists. , BB. H. OL1H, The Eminent Ooalist aad Auriat af Chicago, will be in Bock laland, at tha Harper House, aa tha firat Friday after the firet Monday in each moatk, for th purpose of treat ing all disease of tha By and Bar, whether aorgical or otherwie. Operation for Cataract, rroas ayea, staphyloma, eloaure af the teardnct, it. French artificial ay inserted without paia. Chioago office 129 South Clark stieet. sepS-dAwly Xerroai OsbtUty, With tta glotmy attendant, low spirits, de- pawsatoa, iBvumatary emissions, Ioas of ma aparmatorrhaaa, leas of power, dicey head, loss of atemory aad threatened impotsno and imbecility, tad a aoiereign ar is Humphrey' Horn aathie Bpeoine Mo. Twejty-aight. Oompoeed of th most vataabla mild and potent eorativee, they Strik at ooe at th root of th matter. Son up the system, su-reet tba disc barges, aad impart rigor and anaagy, life aid vitality to the astir man. They bav eared tbonMuida of cases Price f 4 per paokag of fir boa aad vial of powder worth 91, which is very important Jia obstinate or old case, or f 1 pr (ingl box. sola by all 4ggiata,aadaentbr mall oa receipt of price. Addresa aU letters. Humphrey's Speeia Homeopethis Uedieia Co., Ml Broad way, Nw Torfc. jalyldAwly. A bright, healthy chile ia a perennial spring of joy in vry well-regulcted family, and where 1 that father, who after the strife and turmoil of businees, on retiring to his home, is not beguiled of oare by tha innocent prattle of hi ehild ? Perhaps thia father is a worldly man, and makes gold ais idol, he may have been eaaoceatful man, and amassed riohas. Yet plae his child on th tick bed, and all his gold is at th diapoaal of th phy aieiaa, and tba only rtnre he asks is th re-' toratiea of health to hi hild. Father 1 So',. ri would you preserve your ehild In health f Then litn to ua. There ia on prevail! g aana of th dieeaa In children, aad that oaeaa i worm. If thi oan f diaeaa is r 0t removed, your child will sicken and dio, or I'igar a suffer ing invalid for Ufa. W preaen to you an Infal lible remedy for worma ; it, is Br. Jadsoa's Bead Sb'jt Worm Candy, and is put np in th f orm cf a stick of oandy, aad so plea.ee to the tast that children greedily taa for it. It is pr.r,T Tegetble, and cannot hurt th. small,toud. Ask for Dr. Jadeod a Dead Shot Wonr. Candy. For sal every wber Pw package. W. H. OOMBTOOK, o" H.U Ia namV,, there is safety. It was upoa this Principle that the formula ( Jcnsoa's Mooa ran B bbb Pils.s wa prepared. Dr. Judaoa, intee ding to apead a fortune ia adrertltiag his Pu' s, aobm'tted hia reciee to tha revision of tba " oat Intelligent and learned phyaloinn af th age, and the re) tie a aim pi bat moat ffio eioua me icine th Jdbsoc's AtooraiB Bbbb Fills. Taoy purify the blood, remove ail ob structions, cleanse the akin of all pimples and b'otchea, and ar perfectly enr aad aaf ia taair operatioa. The Junsos's MotnrTaiB Haas Pills enr Bllliouaneea, Femal irregularitiee, Headache, and many of tha disease arisiag from impure blood and a deranged dgvtion. Useth Jadson's Mountain Barb PUla, aa when yoa her proved their vtrta recommend thereto your fries da. Tby are both sngar oated aad plaia. For sale everywhere. If yoa do aot feel wll yoa aead for a doctor b valla apoa yoa, looks wise, sorawls Sow hieroglyphics upon a pioo of paper which yew tab to a drug store and there pay to easts to $1 00, bid th d otor'a fes, for a remedy Bine times oat of ten aot half so good aa Dr. Morse's Indiaa Rot Pills, which aeat bat S eauta per bea. 0 you think th farmer the bast, baaausa yoa pay th moat for itf If ye a do, wa advise yoa ta use, jest as aa expert m at. th Mora' Indian Root Pills. Tbwiy are praparad from a formula, pronounced b.i the most learned pbysiotaas of eur eoantry, ' be 'be beat aad moat aaivarsaJ of family sat dieiaas. Tba Mona's Iaeiaa Root Pills ear Headache, Uvea aoaaplaiBt, IadigMttoB, Dya. pepsia, female Imguiartties, Aa, and ar pat a both esger-oaated aad plaia. Gl im s trial, laid by al) dealers. SAFES. HERRING'S mil 15 THB GM1KA.T JFIItE AT fiSOZflktOVTII. Monmouih, 111., May 11, 1871. Heaars. HXRBINO A CO., Chleato. vbkts on tne moaning of th Vth inat., eur town waa viaitad with th meat dtrotiv fir ever knows here, or ia this vicinity, destroying wnty-ight buildings, whioh were all stocked with a general aaaortment of dry goeds, grocer ies, etc. Wa were fortunately provided with on of vour Patent Chamoion Sales, which was ex poaea to a very sever Uat. saving lain in ine rniB for over two dava. Bverything waa pre served to oar entire atiafaatioB, tha waiting ia our books and papers bain as legible as when i aoed In taa sat. w e are pleaaad ta bear evi- ence to th excellence ot vonr valuable Bates, and aball want another as aoon aa wa get located in our new building. ioura truly, HBBBING'S PATKSX CHAMPION SAFES, The Heroes of ever 760 Accidental Firea-The Moat Reliable Protection from Fire known. HERBINQ'S PATENT BANKERS' SAFIS, With Patent CryatallUed Iron, the nly Rei- taat to Barglara Toola now known. HERRING & CO., 4U STATE STHKKT. mayl4-d.'l X.OSSX2B.V. Bojal Havma Lottery ol Cuba. CONDUCTED BT THE SPANISH GOV rnmant $300,000 in Gold drawa evry sev enteen days. Prices cashed and lnformatisa faratshed. Tha highest pile paid for Doub loon and all kinda of Gold and Btlver. TAT LOR A OO., Bankers, febSdly 1ft Wall Street, Hew York. TREEJ. WHITE BEECH ! TEN MILLION 6EEDL1N8S TWO YEARS Old, 11)0,000 of them for $100. Valuable tor timber and protection fuel and nuts, a rapid grower, vory hardy, mast dsnse, beautiful and delicioa foliage and shad, distributed by be witching apray. Multitudes of Korea I Trees and Erergroena without number, 25 varieties. m-Our prices are leaa than ONE HALF the ordinary Buraery rates. Large descriptive Cat alogae, containing much valuable information, mailed for 10 cent. Address, PINNEY A LA WRENCH, Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., Wis jan2Sw4an-mchldeod2m BAKING POWDER. The only kind made by a practical chemist, aa well as lihjfticwn, with at-ecial reference to ita boailbful ne&i. Onrnpnxrd of arUcUt tftai aid aujrU"n. Derfect in quality. Cfieapat, Decern ttie purest, lirst, ax it it tht healthiest. KiKcuit corn bread, cakes, pastry, not only white (sweet) and light, but wboleeome and nutritious. Vie. it ; proee it. If not as reronimendrd, we forfeit right to truthfulness. Ar- Many worth law, cheap imitation. Be euro you get Dr. Prin t Cream Baking Hmrdtr. Sold by Orocera. Manufac tured only by TH01PS03, STEELE A PBlCEs CSUca-o aud St. Lou. mcSl7-dw6m ST. LOUS' CHElVTBXHAM FTRE BEIOK ASD Clay Retort Works ! EfEXS & EOttiuD, Proprietors, Manufacturers of Fire Brick. Gas Bouse Tile. Clay Retorts, Blast Furnace Tilt, Plain k Ornamental Chimney Tops, Sewerage Pipe from 3 to 30 in. Diameter And all articles usually mad of Fire Clay. Offioe. 100 Booth EUventh atrect, mch23-dly ST. LOUIS, MO. GEO. PARTRIDGE t CO., OIL MERDHANTS! Dealers in &si! way Oils aad Car Grease, XLd gine and Effacainery Oils, Xtard and Sallow Oils. Diimood lilirainator. Firs Test, ISO, Goal Oil, Axle Grease, &&, Ko. 712 N. Main Stieet, ST. LOUIS. 24dw4m St. Louis Commission Business F.A. SEAVEY&CO., Forwarding & Commission ALSO Lire Stock Commission Merchants Particular attention given to the purchase and ale of all kind of LIVE STOCK. All aalea guurnntei ii. Circulars Leued daily. AU oom municationa by letter or telegraph will reoeire prompt attention. Speoial Inducement offered to grain d.alera and live atock ehippera at oolnte on the Boakf ord B. I. A Si. Louis B. B. All oooaignmenu,ordr and communications should be addressed ta P. A. 6BAVEY A CO., So. 10 South Main Street, Bt. Loui,. mcb.24.dw B&. S'ASLZtXOSaT'e IDAHO GUM CRYSTALS. Ia th best remedy ever pot np for the rr'.ief parmanert eure of Cough, Colds, Sore Throat, Bronohitia, Diptheria, Whooping Coagh, Phtliia U, Catarrh. Asthma, and all diseaao tending to Ooaaiiuiptien. This remedy is compounded of the finest an gora, honey, balsams, the gnm of Idaho, balsam fir, etc. It is pleaaant t th taate, soothing aad neutralising la its actios. It is alto oleans ing to th atomach thereby purifrlng th same. Its actios on th atomach and teeth wiil entirely remove a bad or fool breath, so disagreeable to many parsons. It is entirly anlike all other lough Losanges, of whatever nam. Tky are are aot ngar candy, to b eaten aa each, but ta be taken aoeording t directions Dias -viors. Take one, lay It upon th tongue, aad let it diaiv there, occasionally during th day ; and be sore and take ne ea going to bad at nlgbt. Regulate dose according to age. Manufactured and sold Wholesale aad Retail by N. H GARDNER, lit State, oor. of State and Center atreeia. Roch ester, . Y.; alao at Toronto, Oat. For aale by John Beogston, Rook Island. - mySe-doe TB0SAS Ha BROWN'S Novelty Carriage Works. Manufacturer of Gentlemen's Eoad and Family BUGGIES, Skeleton W agons AID SULKIES. 44 Adam i Btraat, ........ ............CHICAGO. . Light Work a Specialty. Repairing Baatly aad promptly done. atahlT-daedweewl lYlOLirJE PLOW WORKS ! (ESTABLISHED BT JOHN DEERE IN 1847.) DEERE Manufacturers of MO Deere's Walking Cultivator ! KNOWN AS THE OLD RELIABLE. We Manufacture Plows adapted to all sorts and conditions of soils. All Plows and Cultivators Warranted. All onr Plows bear the brand MOIINE,IIi ADDRESS ALL OBDHBS TO mayl5d&wtf SSlseellaneoos. PETES FRIES, RICTITI1B AID MIXrTFACTUS IB 0 Home. tie Llaaors, Importer aad Dealer la f oseiga Waaia and Llumoza. Promt atraet, ppa lt Ferry Laadjm, M laland. HI. BOUND OVEU. YOCB ele thing tat ba aleaaed and boaad,aad preesed ever, that It will look a well as new, by li. WILCOX Tailor, Who has removed ta West Eagl Street, uadsr th Book Island Hons. moh3-dtf V r V .6' v D. & J. HILL. NEW LIVERY STABLE, (Dimick's Old Stand,) Washington Street, - - Bock Island Jtsy- Particular attention paid to furnishing Carriages for Parties, Balls, Processions, Fune rals, Ac. aprl7-dtf COPP & BEO., Liven and Sale Stables. Offioe under Sart'o Sail, ROCK ISLAND ILL?. Most Complete Establishment in the City Particular atter tlon paid to furnishing Carriages for parties, Bails, Processions, etc mhtdly NEW LIVERY STABLE. THE anderslgsed would announa that he haa opened a new Livery and Sale Stable ! AX Boehme's Old Stand. a, Particular attention paid to furnishing Carriages for Parti.s, Balls, Prooeaaiona, Fune rals, or othar oceain. Washington street, east tide, Rock Island. meyt-dtf TH08. B. GBAH1M. BLICK&MITUIX6. WILIS & MURRAY, CHAMPION HORSE SHOERS AHD Blacksmiths, Corner Eagle and Orleans treet,(Blythe A Stod dard' Shop,) BOCK ISLAND, Ill 8. Every description of Forging don in the most workmanlike manner. 6atifaotion gaar- an teed or ao pay- febl.1.dnm WALTER DAUBER, EXCELSIOR HORSE SHOER! The oaly aiclaaive Horse Shoeing Eatabllah BtfBt tn the ity. 0b Vf Aitingtei Street East Sida, Krt door Berth of Boehms's Old Staad. Kxparianaad aad skillfal workmen ; horses bed withoat pain. Having a practical aad ax. tended xprica ia tb besinesa, I solleit year patron ge, eoatdeat that I can plaaae yoa, and do better work thaa any ether shoer ia th eity. mays-dtf WALTER DACBIR. Zb Jaw, 1 r Jc2Si55li" ft & CO, the Genuine PLOW ! 4 OSEKB U 0OM SZoline, ZU PHOTOGRAPJls. I. O. !PEJCK5 Photographer I IOCK ISLAND Kegalivea Preaerved. feb24 dGui TON'&OSUL. HARPER HOUSE Shaving Bathing Palace. ILLISOIS STREET. A. J. rOXD, Proprietor. Late Foreman at the Briggs Hoase, Chioago. J Particular attention givn to Hair Cat ting. my2-d3m SKt'0XD-HAD CL0TBIXG E. MOSHEE, Dealer in AflK'S A BOYS' Second Hand Clothing ! Highest Price paid for Clothing. Cleaning and Repairing- neatly dene; alao a supply of Kon-Expioalre Petroleum Oil. Cor ner urieasa ana esraa atreet, itora. ibl.hu, ILLS. feb24-d3n fjToVES. G&08S & BBiKIGlS, Dealers la Stores, Boose Famishing Goods, HOLLOW WARS, HARDWAK1, AC, Alao, Manufacturer of COPPSS, Till ASD BHKET IBOS WAB.B. Orleans St., bet. Ohio and Swan 8u., BOCK ISLASD .. I'LL. Qotteriag, 8 poo ting. Roofing and Job Work, promptly attended to. Bepairing and setting ap fanpl. feb24-dl7 The Old Insurance and Real Estate Agency. DEDRICK & SHAW, (ien i Ins. & Real state Agents, Kepreaant'th beat Fire, Marina, and Life Insurance Companiea in tha United ntates. All Losaea Adjaated and Pait at thia Agency. Par ticular attention paid to th purehas and aal at R.al Eatate, renting property, ato. feb23d BSZO-TISTS. J OR. O. SCC BSLaZSaTO, DENTIST . AIL DENTAL 0PKRATI0K8 PERFORM ED according to tb moot approved princi ples. Office in Harper's Block, cor of Illinois and Buffalo atratts. auglS-dtf J. W. STARK, DENTIST, 1300 MS KIXT DOOR TO T1LEGRAPH Illinois street. Bock T.laed All At Offia kinda of Dental work done ia the moat approv ed manner. Charges reasonable. aplO dwly GK0CEEIK8. G. W. MI1TELBARGER, (Sueoessor ta KOBT. KOvHLER,) Cor Illinoia and Bagl Sts., BOOK ISLAND, - - ILLS. Dealer io GR0CERIS,PR0Y1SI0IS Queeaaware, Coffee, Sngar, Frnit and Vegetable. Ths Cheapest sura to the City. Cash paid for Country produce. Farmera oall and cxamia bis firat-laaa stock. Quods delivered ia th elty free. ' feb Hi riBLXl HXTXITOinMHBB, Over Three XZnndred Aetna! rires Vat Out with It X Mor thaa $5,000,000.00 W arth af Preperij laved froa tha Flames. THS iABCOC 1 1 HE R E1TIN6UI8H E F. W. FAKWELL,S.oretary, 11S WasMagUn Street, Ckieafe. Iasuraoee Gompanies reduce rate wber It Is Introduced. Th SevarameBt has adopted U. SaaTPots eat BaralBf Kerosaae, Tar, ato, aarad Its jUeeord.