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S6.00 , .0 Twentieth Year, ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS, MONDAY, JUNE 19, 1871. Established Oct. 18, 1851 5 v 1. RUES CF ADYERTIS1NS, ABDXTXOZtAX. CXTS". The Grand Musical entertainment and Gift Concert to come at the Bartis Opera House Jane 20th, 1871, bat been postponed until September 12th. At which time it will positively take place. Carl Pretzel couldn't come to time in Clinton. " Dere vas nien stbamps." Peo pie don't care to b humbugged by Chicago wit done up in poor English and still poorer Dutch. The Democrats of Maine will hold a Con veotiun on the 27th init. Gen Robert declines a reoomination for Governor, for persona! and private reasons. CosfiKSTios of the liver, the symptom of which are pain in the right side, running to the shoulder, a loss of strength, appem'te and energy, a sense of oppression, Jowness of spirits, sqnoamishness of the .stomach, a ve'.iowish coated tongoe, restlessness, fright ful dreams, all of which yield to the itifiu encs of Taylor' Liver aud Stomach Corrector. LOCAL NOTICES. I'hkipest and Best. Mr. Whitcomb's Syrup for children, is sold by Drug(its for J cents a bottle, and is an admirable pre I iratton for infantile disorders. UK. PRICE'S SPKOIAt FL AV0RIMG3. Special Flavoring, none so nice, As thus prepared by Dr. Price Our wnV s iji ;nod alia sli.iuli know Hiving tried them ail) that this is so. VERT LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. 4 O'Olooik - XToreisr IVcws. IV JEW YOIMi. WASHINGTON. Market Eeports. Reported Expressly for the Aascs. Maauia.jk Guide. Interesting work, mineruua engravings, 224 pages. Price 50 tx-uts. Address Dr. Butts' Dispensary, 12 North Eighth street, St. Louis, Mo. See advertisement. Is Tic Douloureux, rub fUnna's Pain Is. i!iiu;r Magic Oil ail around the ear, and especially on the prominent face bone above tha ear. ion thus reach the "fifth pair of nerves, which go to the faoe," and if you use it faithfully it soon cures. Ths Rbasox Why. The immediate C kuso of premature fading or blanching of tne hair is an obstruction of the oil vessels wliich afford the coloring matter. Tha re. mote oause may be general ill health, trou ble cf mind, etc. Hence, in order to restore its natural color and beauty the oil vessels must be restored to their normal condition. It is on this prinoiple that NATURE'S HAIR RESTORATIVE is compounded, and it has proved a complete success, wher ever faithfully applied. It is not a poison ous dye, consequently tha effect is gradual, and in severe case two or three bottles are necessary to produce the desired result. ailvevtisement. TLc Xce XXing- Refrigerate r, Which created such a sensation, and took the first premium at the Cincinnati Ezposi' lion, St. Louis Fair, Illinois State Fair, and all the Fairs throughout this State generally last season, in now for sale and can be seen in actual operation at E. W. Spencer's Household Furnishing Goods Emporium, on Illinois street. The Reirigerator possesses many aavan tages over all others ever manufactured, among which may be mentioned the fact that it saves fifty per centof the ice required in any other Refrigerator of the same size. It is a preserver, not a consumer, like the numerous ice melters called Refrigerators It produces a dry, cold temperature in the preserving chambers. The temperature oan be reduoedto fourteen, degrees below freezing point. One artiole of food will not partake of the smell or tast of another. The pro vision chambers are always dry, sweet and clean, as they have no drippings from ice. Fish, game and meats of all kinds can be kept frozen any length of time, and in a perfectly dry and preserved condition. The Refrigerator is divided into two separate and distinct compartments, and also has a Water Cooler attached, which furnishes an un'.imr it ud supply of ice cold water without putting ice le water. It eonsumes about ten cnt. worth of ioe every twenty-four hours This economical piece of furniture costs no mire than any other retrigprator, and is rnanulnctcrea of all sizes, and suitable for lioWu.s, Restaurant, Grocers and for family purposes. Call at E. W. Spencer's the only agent fir lljek Island, Moline and vicinity, and the workin?s of this iiidispensable article j in ariu'i! operation. I apr I d ' ni i X3.. WATER CURE A T E i:bha, HIS. Send for ciroslar. H. E. BEELEY, M. 1). my2Udwrjm , CiNcissvn, Jane 19. There has been much sorrow mauifested here over the trag ical end of Mr. Vallandigham. Ho one was present with him when the accident occurred, but Lieut. Gov. McBurney. He expressed some doubts that Myers bad shot himself. when Vallandigham picked a pistol from off tne tacie, saying, that be would snow mm how it was done. He put it in his pocket aud withdrew it, keeping the muzzle next bis body. Just as it lett the pocket it was discharged, the ball entering in nearly the same place where Myers was shot. lie ex claimed, "Oh, murder !'' When the surgeon was examining bis wound, he watched him anxiously, and even assisted in the search tnr ihe ball. When the pistol was discharged Mr. allandigham did not realize the dan gerous nature of the wound, and walked rouud the room several times before laying down. Rev. Mr. Haight called to see him, and Vallandigham taking him by the hand, said be had too much faith in the Calvinistic doctrine to believe the wound would prove fatal. When Dr. Reeve arrived, he asked to be alone with his patient, and intimated to him that the wound was of a serious na ture. Mr. Vallandigham reminded him of several bad cases ot injuries, known to both, where ths injured persons had reoovered, and asked if they were not worse than his, to which the reluctant reply was given, Possibly so.'' He conversed with the Doo tor about private matters, gave directions concerning his business, and was remarks- blv calm to the last, and appeared to be in full possession ot his faculties. Hi last re quest was for ice and medicine to allay the pain. In the last moments his lace indica ted great physical suffering. His son Charles was with him until he died. His remains left Lebanon at 2 r. m. for Dayton. The Times this evening publishes an in terview had between Mr. Vallandigham and one of its editors on Wednesday, in which Mr. Vallandigham said there can be no more lolit cal campaigns fought on the issue of the last few years ; they are dead, and if the Democratic party refuses to move to the front to accept the new order of things it will simply pass away, and someother party, made up of earnest progressive elements of both the old parties, will take possession. Mr. V., when asked if he did not think the campaign of '72 would be fought on the present issues, said that it may be nnder taken by our party, but it will fail. A year ago Grant gave promise of his intention to lead the Republican party into a new depart ure, and he would have done it. but a gang of old politicians at Washington held him back and scared him with gabble about de feat, until be went square back into the old rate. Grant is an honest man and would do right, if politicians would let him, but that thev won t do. tie took the back track on the San Domingo question, in which, apart trom the corrupt means used, he was clearly right. "1 tell you, sir, annexation of territory and the control of all the outlying fragments of this continent, is the destiny of the American people. We shall have San Domingo. Cuba and Mex ico and ail the rest mark that. We missed the greatest chance we ever had in not Cuba seouring the Spanish troubles. We could have had it then for the mere asking, and in few years we would have been own ere of the richest and most productive of territories in the world. Why, they used to talk about me and call me a dis-unionist. I tell you, sir, earnestly aud honestly, that I always did believe, and now believe, that this Union will he perpetuated and extended until it embraces the continent." His denial of disunion views, Mr. V. thrice repeated with marked emphasis. In reply to a remark of his interrogators that he did not see how he was going to win with the hatred exhib i'ed toward him through the dead issues of Demooracy in that party, he smiled and said "Why, what can I do. The republican party wont move forward; it wants to stick to its old clothes, and my best tope is to get the Democracy to push to the fr( nt. ilowover, there is no telling what IlCo dnys ina? bring forth, and of one thing I am cer tr.in, if the Demooratib patty fails to become the party of progress and advano d ideas, and I, trm conscientious cocviotions, de cide to net with any other political party, that othr political party will never stop to inquire what my past political record has been. Parties don't manage things in that way. nals have united in ft manifesto to meet the I electoral programme put forth by the mon archical press. They deolare that repub lic is tha only rational and legitimate ex pression of national sovereignty ; monarchy implies it abdication. They will give their support to the candidates who are pledged to maintain the statu quo. Tha French loan will be issued on the twenty-sixth last., it tha Assembly castes the bill authorizing it before that date. erite says the state of tha siege will be raised on the twenty-sixth. It i rumored that Cluseret bat been ar rested. Masses are to be said in all tha churches in Paris on Tuesday, for the tools of the victims of the civil war. Crowds of visitors arrive by every train, and business is improving. The city it healtv. The German troopt have evacuated Chan tillv. The Official Journal has a strong article abusing a portion of the English press for hostility to I? ranee. It stigmatizes their misrepresentations as cold blooded and cowardly, and charges some of the writers n h being bribed during and since the war. Washington, June 19. The process of obtaining witnesses before the Ku Kiux Committee is found much lest dimcult than was apprehended. The matter of sobpan ing witnesses from the most remote regions ot country requires only a tew hours, and as a oousequenoe the committee it obtainig a vast mass of important and pertinent testi mony which will be ready for submission to Congress immediately upon its assembling. There has not been a single instance where witnesses have been telegraphed for that a favorable response has not been received the same day. The general disposition on the part of the southern men is to give the committee all the information they possess iu this renpect. It is generally remarked that some new inlluence is at work in the Southern States. William Peterson, owner and occupant of the House in which President Lincoln died, was found last night in the Smithsonian In stitute grounds insensible and with a viol labelled laudanum lying near him. When roused from his stupor be said he took nar cotics when ending a spree. He was re moved to a station house where he died dur ing the night. Minister Washbnrne recently obtained leave of absence, which he will avil himself of to spend some time at Carlsbed for the improvement of bis health, impaired by arduous duties in Par.s. Reliable information has reached here that tiie French government has appointed Julrs Ferry Minister to Washington, in place of Frielhard, who will return to France. Dayton", June 18, evening. The remains of Vallandingham arrived at Dayton yester day evening, in custody of St. John's Lodge of Masons, who have charge of his body at his late residence, and will conduct the exercises. The body was at once prepared for preservation until the return ot Mrs. Vallandingham, who left Cumberland, Md., at 3:45 this morning, aud arrived on a speoiai train at 9:20 to night. During the lay a large number of persona from the city ana county visited the koose, but few were admitted in consequence of the decomposi tion of the body, which is very rapid. Pro found sympathy for the bereaved family is universally expressed. A bar meeting will be held to-morrow. Funeral on Tuesday afternoon at 1 p. m. Dispatches from the surrounding towns, Cincinnati, Columbas, iVo , indicate a large attendance. ww. i . vi - ir j w i s WOOD, LIGHT k CO., Manufacturer of ENGINE LATHES I ARTISTIC TAILORING. KBW ADVSaTXSXI&XE&XS. PTOMACHBllTERf Are indorsed and prescribed by more loading Physicians than any other tonic or stimalant now in u,o. They are a &L RE PREVENTIVE for Fever and Ague, Intermittents, Billioasnese, and all disorders arising from Miasmatic eaasei. Tbey are highly reooinmended as an aati-dvs peptic, and in cases of indigestion are Invaluable as an Appetizer and Reaaperant, and in cases ot Uene-al Debility they har never in a single instance failed it producing the most happy re sults. They are particularly beneficial to Fe males, strengthening the body, invigorating the mind, and giving tone and elasticity to the hole system. The HOME BITTERS are compound ed with the greatest ear, and no Tonic tima lent has ever been offered to the public so pleas ant to the Taate, and at thesametimecombining so many remedial agents, indorsed by tha med ical fraternity as the best known to the Pharma copeia. It coats litt.e to give t&eua a fair trial, and Every Family Should have a Bottle. We ask every one to read the following cer tiheaies trom at any of the most emineat physi cians in tne country : Pt. Locis. July 1"0 JAMES A. JACKSON A CO.: Gentlemen As you have communicated to the medical proles. ion the rteipe ot the "Home Enters," it cannot, therefore, be coasid ered as a secret or patent medicine, no patent harins; been taken for it. We havu eiaained the formula for nihkioi- the "Home bitter and unhesitatingly fay the combination is one ot rire excellence, all the articles used in its composition are the best of the class to which the. belong, heing highly Tonic, fitiiuuianl, btoiuachic. Carminative and slightly Laiattv. The mode of preparing them is strictly in ac cordance with the rules of pharmaej. Having used them, seen its effect in our private practice, we take pleasure in roeomoaeding them to all per sons desirous of taking Bitters, as being the best Tonic and Stimulant now offered to the public. L C Bo.sliuiere. M I. F ti Porter, M D Alfred Heacock. M D; C Ueri.ke, M D Drake McDowell. M D. OA Uare, M D MACHINES, PLAXEBS, Bolt Cutters and Upright Drills, NASMYTUS' STEAM HAMMERS, Qnn Machinery. DOUBLE MILLING MACHINES, Mill Work, Shafting and Hangers, Patent 8elf- Oiling Box. WAUEUOC8B : lOT LIBBSTT T., NEW YORK. CITY MAX I FACTORY : UAMMOSD ST., (0.p. Junction Depot) WORCESTER MASS. All Trains entering the City, stop within ten rods of our Works. jell) dtr 3(k4 WASniXf OZOXf XT., onxoAao. BRAPER.TAILOR AN IMPORTER OF Fine Voolcns, FOR GENTLEMEN'S TJSR TTEDMG 0CTFITS A SPECIALTY. Shirts to Measure Extra Doble and Perfect in Fit. Clergymen will be aliened 0 per cent, uiseount. leblSdly SASH, D00ES. M . Til Ml. 1860, 1871. THE PIONEER MUSIC STORE. A J C Whitehiil, M D. Dr C V L Lndwig W A 'Wile, a, M D. E A Clark, M D 8 U Moses. 21 D Hubert Primm. COMMERCIAL. C. P. Vakisb EosrTTAL, St. Loris, Mo., Oct. g( LS70. Jas. A. Jckso! A Co. : I have ex amined the formula for making the "Home Stom ach Bitters," and used tbem in this Hospital for tne last four months. I consider them the most valuable tonic and stimulant now in use. H. MELCHER. Br. Locis, July 6, IS70. JiS. A. Jacksos A Co. : Having examined the formula from which your celebrated "St .mach Bitters" are prepared, and having witnessed the method of combining the different ingredients, we can salely recom mend tbem as the bet tome with which we are acquainted. From the great care with which they are compounded, and from tha choice ma terials which enter into them, we have no doubt that they will prove, as tbey deserve to bo, the most popular tonic and stimulant in use. Kespectfuilv, yours. T. J. VASTIXl.M. D. T. 3. COMSTOCK, M. D. We cheerfully concur with every word co tained in che above testimonial : John Conzelman, M D John HaTtman, M D Chis Vastioe. M D John T Temple. M D a 6 Walker, M D EC Franklin, M D. fiocbi Islahd, June 19. Tbis Flour market ts corrected at Warner Mills and tbe quotations are the ruling prioes oi the Rook Island market. Wmteb Wbbat Flocb Wholesale. Retail Sr.rae Wastt tooa Bpnag Double fixtra in bbls, wholesale. ttlil. saoks at wnoletaie. ., Retail .... .. Leosa, at whoieMie. ...... Retail .. isnr'f Bair Raisisg TloI b Retail i Barrel, sacks s " " " 1-16 " " SroiwBsir Flocb Wholesale ... Retail f slit . Coal LA ROE STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND Or KMfc.RK. AMKRICAN, UAlNli-, H tkHHAl.L AND W EX DEI I. i i jl. o Geo. Wood & Cos,&Esiey Organs and all kinds of Musical Instruments. Sheet-Music of latest issues, and the best im ported Strings in tbe city 1 tniiv UiiVT spl Corner Illinois and Washington s:reet. SOLANDER & HUB EE, Suoeessors to J. A. Biddisox, Manufacturers of Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, FKAHRI, BRACKETS, And everything in their line. Glazed Sash on hand, also Veed. All work warranted. Corn Meal and feli24dwfim M1LVV ACKKK. MM MORTGAGES! $250,000 WORTH Wanted at once. Sizes, 5,600 to 10,000 Preferred Apply to JACOB XI. BXXXFHSXLX) & CO., HANKER, CHICAGO. CHEiP FARMS.FREETRAYEL Chicago, Sock Inland and Railroad Company. racific igNEW MUSIC BOOKS SeVniiVS SELF ISSTBrCTORS. Tor tne yiano - -ror tha Violin - -ror the note - - F.ither or all mailed to ceipt if the price. - - 75 cents. - - 7 5 cents. - - 75 cents. any aJJrets on re- nfinSOVXCED by teachers the most useful X and be.t series extant. Liberal discount on quantities to the traie, "THE TREISIRC" A new and bright book for Sunday Schools, High Schools, or the Social Cirela. Sample Copies mailed at f 0 cents ; $45.00 per hundred. BADGER STATE TOBACCO WORKS! SOS. 1, 3 A & CLYIUIl HSi ST., West end Huron St., Bridge, XVIilwaukec, ... Wis. F. F. ADAMS tic CO., PROPRIETORS. Orders from close Cash Buyers Solicited. mch2 j-dly 000,000 Acroa CHOICE IOWA LANDS. IMS tonytii; is now offering for sale about six hundred thousand acres of the finest agri cultural lands in West. Tbe Company sells vui.r . Bi-uai - in., ana tne prices are exoeed lngiy reasonaoie, rai gBg frum $5 to j1& per acre the average being aboat $8. The greater part of these lands are situated along the line ol Its railroad between the cities lies Moines aud Couneil BluUs, ana are in the must aeoessible and fertile region in the Mate. tales made lor cash or on credit long enough to enable any muusirious man to pay for the land out of its crops. These lands are held under a title direct from tbe General tioverniuett, and are not morrt gaged or encumbered in anyway. Full warranty deeds given to purchasers. For maps, pamphlets, or any other information respecting them, address Eiu'.rt.zeb Cook, Land Commissioner. Davenport, Iowa, EXPLiRIN'( TICKETS are sold at tbe Com pany's ticket offices at Chicago, and all other principal stations on its line, and if the purcha ser buys land the amount p:iid for the ticket is applied on the purchase money. TAYLOR'S STOMACH taector IRON WORKS. StSDil SCHOOL 80XG," The mustoopnlar and cheapest Sunday 6chool Book extant. Prioa 10 eeats tlO.bt) per hundred 206 XORTH FIFTH STREET PVBLISnERS. mI7-dedl2m. ST. LOCIS. 0vs - - Bra B. ai.tr So. 1 Rejected - bcrrsB Choioe lots, for retailing, will bring C h a a s a .... ... .- ....-.... Laiu per lb PoTaVOBS . Apples per bushel S 60 all 00 X aa per doa . ... ....... 12jo ....IS. 40 11.00 ....$r.o s.vo T.Oti ,.....T.6U ......0.81! T.al) ....$1 60 .... 1.25 65 .....tV.tlO lu.OO 5al.ii 45 . (0a0 .foal. DO 7o Ioe . 16alT . Malic .. filial' Cisriiitii, Oct. 19. 1870. Messrs. KEXNK- DYiACO., A cnts "Home Bitter.," ; let. Agrembi to y our request, 1 bare examined the formula of the "Home Stomach Bitters." and : find the remedies it contains such as ere in pen i era! use I'V the flSedieal Pref8ion. They are very scientifically and pleasantly combined, and t as stimulating tonics will be fonr.d especially j adapted as corroborants to the treatment 'f low or debilitated stages ot trie system, w nether an iug from impaired digestion or from malarious diseases. Iir. .T 1, Yattiers. R S Wayne. Chemist W T Taliaierro, M 1 J J Quinn. M I .1 H Buekner. M D W R Woodward, M D E A James, M D C T Simpson. M D f Y Bonner, M D C ? Mm ,-roft. M D (i W B 'er. M I A D-herty.M D BERMJMA INSIMNCE COMP'Y Ol'' CUICACiO, 1IX. Cash Capital, $200,000.00 Bnrplns, $57,820.64 Diubick &. Suaw, Agents, pr-l-dly Hock Island. C&learo BSarket. I.legrapk.d to the Aasrs. Chicjso, June Id. I'iour Vnclisntred. Vi beat Steady, lower at $1 JoJ ossh ; $1 2 jo selli r July. Com Active at SllaiSJr cash ; 6352,6 for July. Cats Firm at S4Jc striotly fresh. Bye Wu:t at 7:.a74c for No 1'. barley Firm, unchanged at :.y;afOc lor i".. 2 liigbwines Steady at ffo. Pork Lower ai llo !H al4 0 for mess. Lard Su-adv at DJayja. Cnicseo, Sept. So, 1ST0. J. E. PMITH. Esq. We haveeiamined the formula f r the ''Celebra ted StomfiCh Bitter'," and find it t. he composed of artiele. that are considered tbe 1-est t till s used by the Medical Profession, and one of the best bitters we know of now in use Verv respectfullv. H f Hshn, M T B McVicar. V D J B Walker, MD A Msrit r. M D Gorman P Barnes, W I JAMES A. JACKFON. Sole propria! oj 107 North 2d st ft. Eocis Mo. mch'27-doaw-nioa wf.m iv an. CNvOl. AS RETAIL PaiLlDELPHII Ornamental Iron Works. ROBERT WOOD & CO., 1138 RIDGE AVE., PHILADELPHIA, PA Manufacturers ol Fountain?, Vase, S.atnarj, Verandas, Summer Iloases, Arbors, Chairs, Set tees, Ac, Ac, (ast and Wrought Iron Bailings, For public buildings and Squares, CemetrJ lots, tjarden fences. Balconies, Roof Castings, etc., in great variaty of patterns. IRON STAIRS Spiral styles, work. ind Straight, of various patterns and Special attention given to this class ot HTIFinL LIMBS. A. A. MARKS, 675 Broadwav, N. Y. City, in ventor and C. S. V,i v't man'f'mf First Prs mu m Artificial Limbs, with Rubber Hands and Feet- Send for illustrated Pamphlet. No Charts. B. A. GALLUP, SI, D., Uroscopia Physician, Marshal), Vieh. Send for pamphlet. pay to ship GRAIN Parties holding grain will find it direct to FIIII. ADtil.I'llIA, PA the best of our Eatern markets. Oar business is BXCLt sivaLV commission. For iuiormation write us ; tor reference inquire through a Bank in your vicinity. tLhlMj A P I UHARDtS. Commission Merchants, 17, Chamber of Commerce, Philadelphia, Pa. Apple Parer, C'orer and Siicer. Price, $2, Does all at once. Warranted ?ati.faetorv D. H. WH1TTBMORE. Worcester. Mass. FKU.iAf mLIEAK Cleans Kid Gloves and all kinds of t'iotbs and Clothing: removes Paint, iireee. Tar, Ac, stantly, without tbe least in nry to tbe finest fahrio. (Sold bv Ilrostfists and Fan. v Goods Dealers. PR A'i R AN T 8 A POL IEN E "0., 33 Barclav St., New York, 4 La Falle at , Chicago. ASTHMA. POPHAM'S ASTHMA SPECIFIC, is war. ranted to relieve the wort ca-e in ten mia ntes. Trial packages sent Free to any addrssi on receipt ut a throe cent stamp. Address T. POPHAM Jk CO., Charit,.n. Iowa. Diseases of the Kidncjs and Urinary Organs, The symptoms ol which are each that person cannot be mistaken as to the trouble, guck as pain, tenderness, and beat iu the small of Ihe back, sealding paiu ; urine is frequently ot a high oolor, sometimes streaked with blood, at times a small amount, others, a very large, otten accompanied with white or reddbh d.posit. W ben bladdai Is the seat ot tne aisease tere is pain, heat, and uneasiness in those parts. TAYLOR'S Stomach k Liver Corrector lias iu Superior or e-jnal fut diseases of this nature. Bilious ilhcimiatism. Toi-eons who reaide in the Ticinity of a low aui, or Dear etftgnaot body :f tr, are mor liabU to this disa, n tbe miaRik arisinij from tiii-h places it aicoil ture to pro duce ver and Akruf, sad Ft-er in dificreDt turns. Bilioui Rhcotoai.pin ii a!o iridced by ejK'iiure durn raicj weatktr, or noddfo chau gea nf teaa per tore. A disordered Lirer will treutntly cauee tbi tinware, always tQcrfBi&fC tbt titierittg, and rnderir,g it m're diflicult to urn. The Tiiiptorut of tnia cxtrvnielf painful form of Koaroatic cnip'ttiT-t are, p sin in ihe Head, Nnosea. a furred TotiprD, itiftTi ft the Joiota, acd rioh nt paios tfarcugb tbe bod j. Taylur'i Sioda h aLd Liv?r Corrector w?ll turfly lTct a cure. JJon of the iDrredienta are in atiT way .n;unnui, atd theeuratiTe power are onderfnl. ihiavaluaMe tnt'dieme fcarrhes to the root of tbe diprape and parta affcrted, c xei tire the lirer to healthy action, relievirg the body of itp paitm, remoriog a 1 itinneti fr'-m tbe idntaf pirify ing and cleanalDV the whole je-tem. LAMP POSTS TAX. SOAf. A'CoHriHE's Persian Ilcalisg or Tar Soap. 1 .,1 T..!or in & Paints, OilsWindow h. M Glass, iPutty, &c. - H enratelv compounded at all hoars. AUo, a fino assort- r5 m..it of Perfumeries and Toi- . let Aitioles. U , ....... A ..t r v ' W t-O and -lii.iLDtN Por Front of Public Puildini, Hoteli and eity streets, of p lalo &nd elaborate designs. STABLE FITTINGS, 0 f Cast and brought Iron of New Improved styles such as Bay Hacks. Stall Divisions, Man gers, Harness Brackets, Gutters, Traps, Ventil ators, Ac. WIRE WORK, t if every description. wire Guards, of Crimped Wire, Galvanized or painted, in plain and orna mental pattern., for Store Doors, and Windows, Factory and Warehouse Windows, Railings for Offices. Banks, Counter Raillogi, Balconies, Lawn and Farm Fences, 1c. AtrLNTf, TiKK 0U(K The rea-iot oor aifentf m:ik- so imi'-ii ioiiev, i? teeeu -tir irvioilt are lirt-' peoOH tike tiietn.aaa ihev ai wnrraniej. iio.-e live Aeents waotfed A. H. TAVLuR. New Hiiiain. O'tm. A tiKK. Samples O wat tiiiaon, Ul. sent tree : 11 you . KIKKMAN, Agents ! Eead This ! T 7 E WILL PAT AGESiTS At.XLARYOF i.'lO perWeeii and Expen s.s, or allow a larae commifr.ion to s.ll our t.ew and wotidertul invantioas Addrtr-. M. WAGMlK & CO Marshall, Mich. GATES, For entrance to Cemerriee. Pnblln flnaarea and Gentlemen's Country Seats, ot Gas Tubing or Wrosght Iron, both Single or Double, in elabor ate and aimpla designs. Estimates and Designs sent on application, stating the olasa of work designed. Purchasers may rely on baring all articles carefull) boxed and shipped to the place of des tination mcn,-d"tn $10 A 1 AY FOR ALL with Pteneii Tools Adire-. E A. 'imam, Spruigfieii, Yt SOCK BXXfDXZffO. Pine The rush stil! continues at the Plander Store, and no wonder, for they are constantly receiving New Goods and sell so Cheap. riESERVE VOIR LEATHER ! A JUDICIOUS TJEE OF lrniili iXillei-'H PBEPAHRD HARNESS OIL Blaoking, for Harness, Carriage Tops, ie., and his LEATHER P K KER VAT1 VE aRD WATER PROOF OIL BLACKING For Boots and Shoes Is most excellent economy. These artioles are always reliable, toi sale by Benedict, Bmyth A MoConnell, and J. A M. itosenBeld. jelOdwly Cincinkati, June 17 Much interest has been manifested to-day in tbe result of the election of delegates to the Republican State Convention, to be held at Columbus on Wednesday. Both the Wade and Koyes parties are still claiming a majority in the delegation; tbe Wade men to-night are claiming two majority, as well as a majority on the popular vote, but 'Noyea' friends are equally oon&dent they will control the delegation. There has been some whispering within the past two or three days, oi bringing out Shellabarger as a compromise candi date, but it is confined thus tar to a few persona. From detailed accounts; in the morning papers, it appears that Mr. Vallandingham, with his associate counsel, had been out on Friday afternoon making experiments, with a view to ascertaining how near the muzzle of a pistol could be held to cloth witUout burning it. They had made the test, and were returning. Two balls had been Bred from the pistol wtih which Mr. Mr. Y. after wards killed himself, and Mr. Milliken, on the way to the hotel, urged him to discharge the remaining three balls. Mr. V. said, "No, never mind;" and though Milliken re peated the advise, he disregarded it, with the result already known. Versailles, Jane 19. In the Assembly, to day. Favre defended ths non acceptance of peace on tbe occasion of his visit to the derman headquarters at Mean!. He said the reason he failed in negotiations at that time, was that Bismarck demanded the cession of Strasbarg, which the government was not disposed to concede. In conclusion, Favre urged the Assembly to extend its inquiry into the conduct of the governments who have held power since the fourth of September, to the Imperialists who decided that Franca should be led to her ruin. Peib, June 19. The republican jour CMcao &ive Stoek. Telegraphed to the Aaecs. Dsiaa Btoob Tabus, June IU. Hogs Closing steady at $3 46a3 b5 for heavy and light. Call e Aotive and 20c higher. rAX2raxx?Q. I'lilLIP J. SlM303i8, House and Sign Painter AX7D GXiAZXXm. Imitation of Wood aud Marble, Paper Hanging, Calcomining, As. bbop ia Palace Row, brat floor. ROCK ISLAND, ILLS. Satisfaction guaranteed. feb72-dtf RMEANTlfAT" DEjflLl3NTTI3Nr3-! F. S2EAL0N, (Late of the firm of Bmealon t Pleromer,) an nounces that he is prepared to do HOTTSB, BIGN AND 8TBAMB0AT PAINT ING, PAPER HANGING, CALCOMIN ING, Ac, Ae. AH work prouptly executed; In lb highest style of the art, at short notioa. Shop on Kail Eagle Street, opposite th Gas Works. fahlXdt iCll cake is stitiiped " A. A. Cvii.taniine's Persian Healins or fine Tar Soap, Patent ed March 1'2, l'-ftT." No other is geiiuina. For the Toilet, Tak and Nursery, this Soap has no aquaK It preserves the complexion lair, removes all dnti draff, keeps tbe hair soli and sLIy, and pr. v. nis it from falling of. sod is the "best flair lienovator in use." IT CURES chatfed hands, pimples, salt rheum, frosted feet, burns, all diseases of tee scalp and skin, eatarrh of the head, and is a Good Elmisg Soaps This Eoap bae already won tbe praise and es teem ot very many of our first families in this city and throughout the country. IT IS USED extensively by our best physi cians. W bet ever used it has become a house hold necessity. We advise all to try it. For sal by all dealers. One agent is wanted in each town. Address 1. A, CON8TASTI5E & CO.. 43 Add street, - - Zfew York. Or by all Druggists in Bock Island, mchldeod-m w fwly ??XX.X.XAZsX TJX.X.Z:X& Book Binder and Paper Hangers Shop on Orleans St., opposite Court Reuse. KOCK ISLAXD,.... St. Ail kinds of auglvd tf ILL. taper Boxes made to order, AS.SC3 ASD XtZaS. A Mouth Hortc ad1 Carriage famish ed E x pen ei'id.H. thaw. Aifrti.Me A MILLION DOLLARS ! Shrewd but quiet men can make a fortune by revealing thecrt ol tbe busHiives to no one. AtldrtM J. WEST. tS Broadway, .New lorfc. Neuralgia, er Aenle illiea- maistn, Is oooasioned by carelessness, exposure, or any of the various ways and means by which we take a severe cold, or it may be caused by fatigue. Tbe symptoms are cxtrema- nervoufness, intense paiu in the muscles and joints, tbe flesh is swol len and sensitive to the touch. Vcf peculiarity of this form of Bheumalism is. that i! Irtijuectly changes from t ne portion of tbe body toanotber even n hen no exttrnal apphcaticn bes been bsed to drire it to aLy other part Tbe eutire sys tem Is prostrated by sufierini:. we Iocs: (or Test, hut tbe aoute, d:trtii pains will ftotermitcs that pleasure. External applications are use less and often prore dengtruos, by driving tbe pain to some vital organ. Irive it eat of tbe eystem instead of driving it in. acd laylcr's Stomach and Livtr Corrector is arrented to civs relief. It will go to the seat of pain, strengthen the nervous stem, and eti.ct a cure. TAYi.oirs Liver & Stomach Corrector jswsx.xt'sr, &.o. Z3. CCaZYXXXt, Watchmaker & Jeweler, Opposite Dart's Store, I'linoif street, OrK lt.A XD Itl.. FTLL ASSORTMENT OF WATCHKfr, x. Clorks and Jewelry, constantly on hand and sold at th lowest pr'eea. Particular atten' ico paid to tbe repairinjr of Card. A Clergym.n, whileresiding in Eoutb Amejpica as a mis.'ouary, discovered a sate and simple remedy for the cure of Ferrous Weakness. Early Decay, Diseases of the I'rinary an I Herninal Or gans, and the wh-oe train of disorders brought on bv baneful anu vicious habits. threat num bers have btca cared ly this ro.tile ipoiedy Prompted bv a desire to beiefit the affl'cted and uufortunate, I will se nd the rteipe for preparing and usinir thia medicine, in a sealed envelope, to anv "He hl needs it, free cf charge. Ad i-ess Jo's. T. IRMa, .tati.ia D. Bible Hnuse..Y.C tr Watrhes. Cloo'ss and Jeweliv. nov30-d6m J0SI1H GATES & SOXS, PZ. fJLY'S PATEST THE AATOMiCAL" LEG ! Ig ouaraHteeif for five years. Those without side-motion are for comfort and durability unri valled. Prices frosa i0 to floO. No advauoe payment required. Satisfaction guaranteed. Othsr kinds of Logs altered, repaired ur made jo order. TJ. S. soldiers furnifhed on Govenomcnt ac count. Prmphlets and blanks sent free. Address LfcV 18 LOCK WOOD, Sel-dAwly 1 PtneSV, St. Louis Mo NEW ADVE!lTISKMETrS. Proprietors and Manufacturers of MILL ST0E DRESSER, OTTAWA, IL1 This celebrated Dresser is a perfect success, and all are warranted. invalid' j E. POWABS. 3. i. raissiK, KEY STOKE GLASS WORKS. A. R. SAMUEL, Manufacturer of PATEST FRUIT JARS, S. E. Cor. Howard A Oxford streets, PHILADELPHIA, mohtd-w PA. GREAT REDUCTION IN TEAS! BY THE Hong Eong Tea Com'y, Branch House, Falaoe Sow, ROCK ISLAHD, - ILLS. Where we are offering unrivalled Teas, at the same low prices aa at their "Eastern Bouse." By importing Teas ia eargo lots, tkey eaabte os to retail to tbe consume at extremely low prioes. Don't fail to visit tbe Bong Kong Tea Store, at Palace Row, where will be found tbe flaest, purest and frasbest Teas, Coffees and Spl eel, at prices beyond compaction. nyidw3m FOWARS A FKBEMAH, A('ts ssoxsixra Boiler Worksl The undersigned are poepartd to manufacture to order Boilers for Steam Engines all Kinds, Styles and Stsee. AUo, every va riety of S2ZSX5V XSLOXT WOS.2X. All our Boiler work is warranted. tVKepatring cf a',1 kinds done promptly aad saaapiy. Skop near Molina Iron Works. lilv. 80HILLINGER A TRUMBULL ESTABLISBBD IB 1830. WELCH & GRIFFITHS SVCC-5 I JScsrop-a t Saw! SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS I Axes, Tiles, Cast Steel, Mill Furnishlegs, ana nscBinsry. S.Get the best, they will prove tbe cheapest. Prises reduoad. Send for price Lisiand circulars. WELCH A Uklftyi rHst, aoJJdwlyJ Boston, Mass., ar Detroit Mie Manulaoturers of i? is 'ri OBOCE31XE3, 6lc. Tames kelly, .! . . -t. W n '. . " " - r FIRE -EXCLE ROSE, Leather Belting, Superior Lace I eather, and Factory supplies generally. LOWELL MAf 8 All kinds of FIRE ENGINE H09E, made from the ta?t quality of P hiladelphia and lialti- saore tlak Leather, and put together with tinned Rivets, a new improvement which prevents them trom corroding and rotting the Icataer. jelWeodly THOMAS Ii. BEOWX'S ioveItj Carriage Works. Hits one great distlnguishirg feature, which has long Ceeu sought lor in a caiiiartic preparation t,i lke trie place of thai medieine niiich leaves the towels more or less ataktued for a time, in aicaled by suhre'iuiut tt stivtLess. which is tr.e ca.e with m ii call Mr;:'- ii'isTures at,d piils. In this preparnt un tLere is eabined T-'Die, hioh ou.pli u ! eustair.s tie bowels and siu u m bile a ca.liario ii.!luei..e is leing prouo ee(t, theretore i ever lses it. efiect, d'.es not .c.ve tl.e Oovie.s e ntire, aud n.ay be used ty the in.: dr.M-ate iirs'Ti- fur the dfenees raine.'. it acts with the mist perfect efficiency, , arching and r oting out ail impurities of tbe syst- in. i.v.ng ht-i :h, igor and strBgt h to the bole b- iy. AuJ after you have u-ed, V"u will recmBi4 it t- ail with like troubles. I's. i. ub'.eiiy have taken that kina of n.edieitc, without p-ef:r.g th,- reref songiit lor. Tine t:u d.f,. rit kinds, a.l j.-r 'ie Kii" oia- tua i;-e..t woi.d r if V. u do not let r t . ke t we f t.. te riva; I rev. ari for a en. Ib..eu-vd iy T..;, 1 ! t' r. where toe c- k'-n down ar.-itt lunrv v e . i. rt.et is anrther mat acd a true oce, too. best of evevythi' g t derate a-o:-r. I- i. e i,I hipe, and res;u yov f difsfe. I wi'l give " ' f deravrc-i I ver tl at nn-t ?u-t:ia' h as i I..ivr Cor. . ::;, n in t .-t.'Ire'J br- y disease, or the liver eensu-ucd. A uld a,k .be qufi:. n. -w tint can I how rr.n.-'h ''" 'V:.at ts ei. r at s O,.i.oii. tt an old .Hyinir. ycr w!i answer, 'ept tbe . asro-s with voti, but a Staple and Fancy QroeerWs. l'r..vii.ins, Queensware. GlastTare, Wot. den and Wiilaw Ware, Ac. Corner Orleans and Ohio streets, ROCK ISLAND, .... ILL. For qualitv cf rood f and prices. I defy com petition. mchlid 1 v WAX.. PAICU. Manufacturer of Gentlemen's Road and Fat ally BTJaGIES, SULKIES. CB ICAGO. ABU 14 Adams Street,. Light Work a Specialty. Repairing Beatly and prouptly done, mcb.17. daadwaawty Just Received! Twenty thousand rolls of Wall Paper, New and Beautiful Patterns, Elegant, Cheap Window Shades, Scotch and American, 15 u f , Green, aud while Hollands, 'CordsTas sels, Fixtures, &c., A fine assortment ot walnut, rosewood and gi!t, and gilt mouldings, at Walter 8. Gates'. Salt RheGin. This comes und.r the head of diseases of tha nor :-kin, and ai pears mo-e Ireqnent'.y on 'ts hnd than anv other part, but the wfc..le touy baiile to attacks, ai d it often product s the uiot-t malignant sore', ithich have t,t!ied the ikill f the most learneil d dors. It is atriible poison in the hi 1, esd no local applicatioas alone will eurcit, out a me ticuie mat iia. im nentralire the poison, wa find v ill core. I'" f'1' lil to gel a bottle of Taylor's Stoma, u and Liv er Corrector. Serofala or king's Evil, Whether in the for "f lamps or hard swel'inrs about the oc.ik, under the chin, or the cords of the neck, or In the grtiu, or in the form of run ning scrofulous sores, by using Taylor's Stomach and Liver Corrector, you wi ill Bud relief. Where ii appear on and arround tbe nose and chin, an ointment made of two parte lard and one part fl-ur of sulpher. applied nik!it ai d morning, and Ihe Corridor taken, jou will find a cure. THE HE&T MO If WE EYER MADE FOB HAS. S. TAYLOR, SOLE PROPRIETOR, 131 Wabash A'enae,..r B10-2"do4 aeowly ;.chioaqo r 1 I m m lit tm m m si I St m ti" I m 1 " f - j ill i: t. i I 'Ai: j 1 m s- m I Ml! til 11 tl! , Mi I f 1 f St I- f I t t-f 6 i Hi w 1! fi! n 1- aai.MsaasavsafHsafwaaiaa j.