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Monday , Job 19, 1871.
Wfmlmm .Tob ,?rintl&r Orders fat J.b PriBting will umI with preapt ettaatioa at la Abos s-biob, aad be xted the Trj ba aeaaBr aa at reasonable rate. CITY BULLETIN. X.allroad Sin VafeU. 0HI0A90, BOOK I8LAID PACIIIO . B. as boss otrnioa from Beak Iaiand t Chicago. LliTI. ilMtl. Dejr liprai ai Mail, 7:2 a. aa. i6 p. a. IlgalaUfrees, 10,3a p. a. :&. to wtDiviaios fnsa Davanportto OoioollBloIi Day Ixpr.sa end Mail, 6:46 a.m. 8. a. m. Right MzpiMi, oil p. a. 10.su p. n. Th Day Eipreas and Mall learlng hr ' J OC a. m., miodom at Buroa Jiioolio at 11:16 a.m., fur Peoria. TO. Night Jlxpreaa tearing bare at 10:39 p.m. connects at Bareaa at l,ip,' for Peoria. WB8IKBBT PSIOnT B. K. Litra. laiui. ipr,a4 Mill, S JU a. m. ( 60 p. aa. Jlaed Passea', 3ao p. a. Hi2 e.m BcCK It1LA5D A PflOaMA B. B. aaoa ao iiuid to ooal tiu.ii. Leave. Arrive : a ll:Wto (Look Island " l:iiUpm 4:20pa BOUKfOBD, B. ISLAND St. L0TJI8 B. R. UOINU HORTH. lliTI. Ohieago liprees Reeklalaodet Sloqk Repress " Way freight " 8.21 a. MOp. 7:;so a. aoisa BOCTH. LBiVB. 6. Louis Ixpress Hook Island at 6.24 p. m M" " 7:16 a. m El (press Freight " 7:61a. m Way freight " 12 00 a. in The traiua leave Molina going aouth 16 min utes la advance of Book Island time; going north 16 minate after leaving Hook laland. Traiai leave Camden gotag north 16 minute In advance of Rook Iaiand time ; going aouth 16 mioutaa after leaving thla oity. Xralaa leave Coal Valley going north 86 min utes in advance of Mock Iaiand time; going aouth 16 minutee after leaving thia eity. DA VMS PORT A ST. PAUL B. B. eOlHO JiOKTU. Accommodation Depart 3 26 p m Mail 7:30 am GOING B0UTH. Davenport Bspresa Arrlv 1 1 :J0 a m Aocoaimodation and Mail " 7:iSU p m Tala road ounneota at the C. A N. W. uruain with the Chioago and Northwestern Ballroad, for point eaat and weat. BCstLISQTOS, CEDAR RAPIDS A MI55K- eOT A R. K. Proas Poek Zalaad to Burlington. fasssagers from Rook Iaiand going over (kit Ilk will take the rot; alar train going wait on the divial a of the 0. H. I. A P. R. R., connecting at uo,nmoas .unction, af toiiows :- To Piilloy'oB, :S0 a. m. F.ok Iaiand, 8.25a. m. 6:0 p. a CPIHIIQ AKD CL0BIKO Of MAILI. roa ovrica, nironLi. ltsdb's blocs. OFFICE HOCKS. I pas Saily, fcandayaeiceot.d, at T:0 a. m. t loss ' " s..o p. m. O.n.ral Delivery oloaea at 8:00 p. ta. koney Order Offlo opens el 11.00 a. m. " " " oloaea at 6-.D0 p. m. Op. a Sunday front 8:00 a. m. to 10:00 a . m. iBU.'vaa. OLoaaa. 6:46 a. m. 7:30 a. m. 6 46 p.m. 9:00 p.m. oshoaoo as tisraaa DAvaivoa 8:00 a. m. 6:C0 a. m. waaraaB 10:30 p.m. 6 13 p.m. oaivo a Bobihsbb 6:60 p.m. 8 00 a.m. ataHLixe AaaaraBB 6:40 p.m. 8:40 a. o. 0. V alibi, oBtosADOVBB 4:00 p.m. 7:00 a. m. iwaooai hail 4.10 p.m. 8:00a.m. Thla mall arrive, oa Tuesday and Friday. ad doparta Wedneadaya and Saturdays, XhU onto termlnatet at New Wlndaor. ABBivna. CLoaaa. aLBBoam. (:30 p.m. 0.00 a.m. Mall matter for Oamden MUli, Andalusia, Bdgtngtnn, Hamlet, Perryton, Aledo. Blgh Point, Hw Boaton, Keitbaburg, Oqaawka, te Oqnaaka Jnnetlon, fSagetownl, also forPleaaant Rldga, Baillil, Boffalo Prairie, Illlnola City. Drary, Copper Creek, and MlU.rabarg , foot by tala ronta. oiBocra hail 7:00 p. m. 7:00 a. m. Vkia mall arrive Monday, Wedneadaya and P-idaya; daparti Tueadaya, Tharedave and 8at ardaya. All mail matter for Preemption, Bnaa, Viola, Bor'.h Benderaoa, Spring Grove, Rtohland Grove and Monmouth, ahonid be aent by thia aaita. AIo Centre Ridge oa Thnradaya. DRV GOOD. LONDON CORSETS 1 JT8T RECEIVED AT MAY BRO'S J00 D0Z. OF 01 E CELEBRATED LONDON JlTT $1.13. Tbe Best Fitting Corset in Mart ft ILLINOIS STREET, Bock Island, - 111. uiayl-.l.t wly FOR REST. FOR PIANOS ASD ORGANS ! AT John Zimmerman's So. 10 Main Street, DANENPORT, IOWA. All instaamenis warranted. Terms reaaonablo. aprfl-d7m YOUTH AND BEAUTY Are aaanred thoe who make n?e of that magnif icent cosmetic, LI ItrL'S ALABASTER CRE1SI ! And the Ladia who dneir a Perfect F.name!, Splendid Cosmetic, and dolicat perfume com binad, will use no other. It Is, a beautifier to th oomplexlon, Superior to any article ia tbe World ONE TRIAL PROVES THIS. Sold by all Droggilt and Sealers in fancy Goods. GJSO. K. LIB, Proprietor, mayldAm Hartford, Conn. John Bengaton, Agent, Bock Iaiand. PAVING AND ROOFING. The Western Paving&Roofing Co. Are now prepared to lay th 0lbred Stone Cement ! With daspatoh and perfection. It ia tho best material known for Paving Walks, Streets, Cellars, Stables, Urewaries, Baaamantaof gnnps, factories, Ac. A perfeotly reliable HOOFING, Guaranteed for 10 years. Old Bhlnglca and Bow ooated, rendering the fir proof, and making; th old aa good aa new. Shop corn' of Dear an 4 Water !., rSldae east end of Eggleston How. XBLSON PALMER, VriUdSn Puilntfi Managst, Bcff Limsh dresa goods, at H. 11. Mayo'a. CouMonoHE Negus, of tho "Jennie," apent yesterday in Davenport. Johk Astbbs Bakery still continues to be the resort for All lovers of good cookery. If you are in need of new hat, cap, or anything in that line, call at Livingston's. For S alb or Rkst. A dwelling house containing six rooms. Enquire of Balohi Frazer. Cukrkiks, raspberries, gooseberries, cur rants, and all the latest fruits cheap, at Mit- tlebarger'f. Two inohea and forty one hundredths of rain fell on Friday night. Last night anoth er refreshing shower. An effort is being made to get up a purse of (1 000 as an inducement to fast trotting horses to come to onr County Fair. Lost. A child's white cape, fringed with Lama wool. It was lost in ocming froia the Episcopal church. C. Gi.eim. All citizens iuterested in securing to the Press Association a proper reception, are requested to meet at the Harper House this evening, ot 8 o'clock. Postponed. The case growing out of the disturbance on the ferryboat on re union day has again been postponed until next Tuns day, on account of the illness of the court. The City Weighmaster speaks from his little painted intelligence ollice this inorm ing, in his usual sweet and gentle tones, to the eSect that he actually knows how many pounds in a bushel of malt. A mathematically inclined citizen has been enuring on the capacity of Rock Islaud fur beer, iced drink, ''Lemon Mizter," etc, and has come to the coDoluaion that three hundred dollars of Ilock Island money goes into the pockets of Davenport saloon keepers and brewers every Sunday. MEMBERS OF THE BOAED OF EDUCATION. Editor Akui s. Ve learn that J. 11. Wilson Esq. declines the nomination, for the Board of Education. If our old fellow citi zen Amos F. Cutter, will accept, he will receive the unanimous support of the voters of this School District. June ICth 1871. Many Yoteks. Chocolate Lines dress goods, at H. H. Mayo's. Have you tried the celebrated Home Bit ters, so highly recommended by the medic al fraternity everywhere. They aresupsrior to Hostetters, and should be kept in every family. They can be had of John Bengtton or of Emil Koehler in this citv. Mr. Ku;h- ler has just received Brother lnrj:e stock of i these Bitters. Complimentary. Amon( the first nota ble features which attract the attention of strangers, is the very fashionable manner in which many of our citizens dress. This is due, in a great measure, to the efforts of j Burwell & Bailey, who always obtain the latest styles of hats, caps, Ac, as soon as out. Call and see them. Davem-oht, yesterday and to-day, is gai'y deoorated with flags, banners, evergreens, etc., and is crowded with people, the occa sion being the annual convention of the Upper Mississippi Shooting Association. There was a large attendance at the exer cises, back on the bluffs, yesterday, the numbers being estimated anywhere from five to ten thousand. Yesterday wa.s College Sunday at Gris wold College Iavenport, sermons were preached by Bishop I.ee and J. R. Goodhue of Trinity Church. The realar college examinations commenced this morning. Classes were examined in Herodotus, Tacitus and Geomtry this forenoon, and in Thucydides, Botany and Chemestry this afternoon. To tfje 'West. Geo. P. Rowell, the buc oesiul advertising agent of -11, Park Row, New York, and family, leave New York about the first of July, for a two months trip overland to Oregon. The party will visit the principal points of interest, probably the Yo Semite Valley and ihe principal moun tain passes, and return in September. Such a pleasure trip is equal to six months in Europe. A pleasant journey and any amount of sight seeing to the party. Whits Mayo's. Lin kh dress goods, at II. II. Press Mektini;. The Davenport Dcmo nrut says to the Press Association that meets in this city on the 27th and 28th inst: "We shall be most happy to welcome tho frater nity of our sister state to the metropolis of Iowa, and hope they may be well entertain ed while among us." Time permitting some of the members may possibly give the place a call, but the event is hardly probable, as they will be in session here only two days, and will hardly have time to visit many places in the country. EVANSTON CoLLF.dE FOR WoMKN. A most important step is being made in the cause of woman's advancement, in the form of a col lege for women, which is about to be built at Evanston, eleven mileB north of Chicago, on the lake shore. The corner stone of the new building will be laid on next Fourth of July, when orations will be given by some of our most celebrated countrymen, and a banquet worthy of the occasion will be served. The committee earnestly solicit contributions in money and provisions for the celebration, also fancy artiolea for deco ration, and request the formation of auxiliary societies to further their interests. Brown Mayo's. Linen dress goods, at H. H. How Awful. There is, within the city limits of Bock Island, an awful little girl, who has an awful way of saying "awful'' about everything. She liven in an awful house in an awful street with her awful father and mother, and her awful brothers and siatsri. She goes to an awful school, where there is an awful teacher, who gives her awful lessons to learn out of an awful book. At noon recess she is so awtul hun gry that she eaU her awful dinner, aod so looks awful healthy. Her hat is awful large and her feet are awful small. She attends an awful chnroh where there is an awful preacher. Sometimes she goes an awful walk tip the awful bluffs, and is so awful tired she has to sit down under an awful tree to rest herself. In summer she is awful hot and in winter awful oold. When it doesn't rain it is awful dry ; when it does it is awful wet ; to that this awful little girl is always in an awful state ; and if she cannot get ever always saying awful about everything frid ifco vili eoot) to a, wfil cod, TDK SCOTT COU1.TY SI-ATE. The radical legislative kettle is chuck full, over in Davenport, and the new democratio platform is heating it to boiling heat. Char acteristic of radicalism, the lightest scum comes to the top, and we name the candi dates in the order in which the wire workers ill skim them off, as follows: W. B. Barnes, who has had a little experience in regulating the Gilbert post office ; W. H. Myton, an airy youth, whom Foster has taken under his wing ; Dr. Porter, of Blue Grass ; Jos. Freeman, who thinks he can run State Legislators as easy as county savans ; M. G. Farber, having had taste of official honors, smacks his lips and is ready for an other bite ; old Applegate, of . LeCIaire( wants a chance to continue his speech on thistles ; Alfred Sally, who expects to ride in on Hiram's coat tail ; J. W. Green, who thinks his famous speech on the woman suffrage question is sufficient meant of grace ; Hugh M. Thompson, who has al ways had a hankering after empty honors ; and last, M. J. Rohlfs, whom none of them will attempt to piok op, or skim off. ' iai THE HOPE MtriflAL LIFE. A Local branch of this Insurance Com. pany was organized in this city on Saturday evening with C. Lynde Jr. for President, Chas. II. Deere for Vice President, Moris Rosen field Treasurer, and an Executive Committee composed of C. Lynde Jr , W. Barnes. Elijah Carter, and Chas. Robinson. This is considered of some importance as the company is a good one and it is proposed to make this city the headquarters for all northwestern business, and to establish from this point local agencies, who will report to thia office. It is further proposed to loan all the money taken for insoranoe in this vicinity. This will be done through Mr. C. Robiovon subject to the approval of the local committee. Qite a number of our best citizens have taken the matter in hand and will make it successful. Liberal Action. The following resolu tion was passed by the City Council last Sat urday eTeuiujr, wiih but odb dissenting voice . Rtsmct J, That the City Council of Rock Island tpuder to the Illinois Press Asaocia tion, which rceets ht-re on the 27th inet., the freedom of our city during their stay. The membt-r voting nay was that repub lican Alderman, Woods We have heard it remarked, "what a pity our City Council is no; composed of men with more calibre of men who have brains sufficient to com prehend the importance of measures devised for the benefit of the city," but not nr.til we heard Alderman Woods' speech cn this res olution, did we ever see the iull force of the remark, and feel ashamed for the unfortun ate ignorance of a man called to fill so im portant a position. Such a speech ! We will not disgrace the city by even alluding t0 hcJ pcrtinn cf it, but will call Mr. Woods' attentiot, to the it half of the 8th, 10th, 14th, l'Jth anrl 21st verses of the tenth chapter of Proverbs they fit some cases. ITEHS. Davenport is agitating the question of building another street railway. A Davenport drayman was pitched into the gutter and pretty badly bruised, while beating his horse, on Saturday. Good for hi in. On Saturday last, as a raft was coming dewn the river, three men got into a dispute about " tillers,'' and when the raft was making the dangerous passage of the piers they were, to use the expression of one of the raftsmen, " fighting like split." In the 1 fight two of them fell into the river, and it was only after a long swim that they suc ceeded in reaching the rait, too much " played out '' to renew the battle, even if they had the disposition. A Little Mrs Three bummers got into a little altercation on tbe levse, Satur day afternoon last, and commenced to put "heads" on each other in true pugilistic style, when the police happening round, pro posed to have something to pay. Upon the appearance of the officer, the three took to their heels. Two of them dodged into the aiteys, while the other kept straight on up the street a short distance, then turned, IsVame round and met a policeman, and kind ly volunteered to lead him to where the others were hiding. Policeman accepted the prollerea guide, ana toi.owea lis man back into the outskirts of the oity, when bummer suddenly gave him the slip and loft our very efficient policeman "alone in his glory.' lie returned a wiser it not a better man. Davenport continues to discuss the sub ject of whipping its children in school. To let it be understood that teachers c&cnot punish will very seriously interfere with good government in some departments o the schools, as every old teacher knows. Let them employ such teachers as can govern themselves, and they will not abuse delegat ed power, and if they oannot govern eveu in the most extreme cases without recourse to the birch they have no business in school. V.'e suggest the "birch warming'' process for self important school official, as the surest way out of their present unfortunate dis cussion. Contract Awakdko. The bids for tbe Rapids Improvements were opened to-day at Gen. Macomb's office in this city. Of the six bids offered, Col. A. B. Dull's, of Penn sylvania, was the lowest, trad the contract was awarded to him for $202,000. He is now engaged in building the government canal at Keokuk, Iowa. This contract is the last to let npon the Rook Island Rapids Improvements which has cost abont $1. 500,000. A NUISANCE. Editor Argus Dear Sir: With all due respect to his Honor," the Mayor, and the Aldermen and the Ex Mayor, and Aldermen the stench arising from the "Pond'' in Union Square, is getting unbeareable, can't some thing be done with the stinking hole, the whole neighborhood will be prostrated (I fear) with sickness. One of the Smellers. Rock Island Jane 13th, 1871. Police Court. Charles Lundquist was arrested yesterday for drunkenness, by po liceman Anderson. He had his trial this morning before Justice Cropper, who fined him $3 and costs, which he paid. John Einstrom was brought up before Justice Cropper, this morning, by officer MoConchie, charged with being drunk and disturbing the peace. He was fined $5 and costs. Tub Davenport Gazette says of the Press Association meeting to be held here next week, as follows : Rock Island is hardly yet well off with the Re-union; yet her citixens, with their aoenstomed liberal hospitality, are prepar ing to receive two hnndred members of the press of that State the State Press Asso ciation BseetiBg in that oity the ilxh ioit. Minneapolis Capt. Jenks, St. Paul. Dubuque Capt. Hill, St. Louis. New Boston Capt. Melville, Keokuk. DEPARTURES. FOR Minneapolis Capt Jenks St. Louis. Dubaqne Capt. Hill, St. Paul. New Boston Capt. Melville, Keokuk. BOATS LKAV1NO TO-MORROW FOR Alex Mitchell Capt. Bryson, St. Louis. Keithsburg Capt. Campbell, Keokuk. Up boats leave at 12 u. noon, and down boats at 9 p. m. For freight and passage apply to W, N. Jarvis, at the Northern Line office on the levee GET THE BEST" If The "Universal" Wringer So Ions offered as a Pbfkhjm ly tho Ahkhii an Ac.RU ULTt BIST, the RURAL NKW VoRKRR, Hnd other leaping Periodicals, Miil stands unrivalled for Stkknoth and Dtbabilitv. Ita aale con stantly Increases, as those who are induced to buy other binds, which sooner wear out, are sure to get the I mviiBSAL as their second purchase. It is the only Wringer which has ROWELL'S PATENT COGS, with long and strong alte-nate teeth, whioh ean separate widely, or crowd closely togatbei with out Mciling or losing their power. Thjo are protected by the PATEST STOl, or frew. above the cogs, which pre venta them from entirely separating, so the Universal Wringer Hewer flays ont of Gear. yet the teeth of the Row ell &gs are BO LONG, the ri!l? can sepurate far enough t" pass the lar gest article easily. The ImpMrtanee of this Patent STOP is not punerallv understood, and sometimes people buy a wrlnLTcr irith tr xpiml trt l,.-th rn(ln of thr tlittft, erpeo in' to git the Same advan tage; I. tit as artioles can disconnect those single cogs, on either one side or the other continually, one half of the p .wer of the cogs is constantly loft, as in the illcftration below, with Cogs Separated fit cue End. : r JF-f Or if a large article pass e through the wring er, all the oors are frequently disconnected and rendered muVety utelte; as in the illustration below, of a Wringer STitboat the Stop, with Ccsrs Slanted at BOTH Ends, making the Kaohine no better than a Fricvior' Whbseb ahea the strain is hardest ard the coirs most needed. Always Try a Wrlng-er before Pur chasing, and buy none which will l.lar out of gf r.r ir. pming a shi-ot, bUuket or bedqoilt. Tue 1 mvfbsai. is sulii a low as any other li eiised wringer, and kept by dealers gpoeraitv. Metropolitan 'Washing Machine Co., R. 0. T5R!iWN !NU, President. S2 Cortlandt Street, Sew York. jI.1d5taw-2K4 wl't The Universal Wringer and Doty Washer is for sale by E. W. SPENCER, DEALER IS" STOVES jL WAUL Eic. K0CK ISLAND, ILL. Continental WASIILVG MACHINE ! At the great trial of Washing Maoliinea.at Ttica, 1., under th ausjuoes of the .New Vor citate Agricultural Society, on the 22nd of heps., lr.7'1, the CootlnenUl won tho PKtM 1 Eli, and waa awarded the iiroszl mkdal It w ill wjbb a aiaglu eolur or anv amount oi sinuil artiela, at once up to the bulk of two or three sheet. It will Rsh tho oollar or wrist band "1 a ehirt, the hem i,f a parment, the feet ot stookiiiKs or any part of any clothing thai u.ay require washiLg more thun tbe rest, and it will wash them oleau. For washing bedding it cannot be exoi.li.i- A half prown boy or girl can operate the machine with easp. It dues not rnb the oiotli.-. a j,rtiole, and consequently. does not wear them i,r tear off buttons, whieh alone make it worth many times its eost. Its actum upon clothes is to turn and squoeso, theroby for oing the water through them ; the mass revolv ing id the suds. mp'd, easy ssy thorough is it in Us oper ation teat io every case those who have pur chased 8j,ii used it eay they no longer dread washing. All who feci the want of a machine, rliat will fully snstain all the recommendations given, are inv;ted to try tho Cubtibkbvai. whioh will be shippud as dlrented, on receipt of the pric, $ 15. If eatire satisfaction Is not gicen after four weeks of fair trial, the money will b refunded to all wh will thus notify ns. Agents wanted everywhere to whom liberal indoeouients will lie offered, and oxolusiv sale given. TESTIMOMALS. From D. D. T. Hoore, Editor of h Bural Now Xorker. Wo have had a Continental Washing Machine in nse for several weeks. It baa entirely over come the etrone; prejudioe it eucountered when lirst placed in onr laundry, und we have no hes itation in pronouosing th Confinental, all that it ia ol iimed to be, and hence oncuf the best ma chines foj saving labor that any family ean ob tain. The ease, rapidity and thoroughness with which it does its work is surprising. It will suv any family a vast amount of hard labor as well as wear and tor of slothes, and in our judgment needs bat to be fully tested to be ap proved and adopted. Bo will are we convinced of this that we have concluded to place it in oar premium list. Hew York Tribune Office. If rw York, Hept. (lh, 1870. Gkhtlbmk I have examined your Washing Machine, and heard th testimony of others batter qualified than I am to prononnce upon its merits, and I concur with thorn in regarding it a very good one. I know it will save olothis. I have no doubt it will save labor while doing its work very thoroughly. I gommond it to the eareful attention of all who believe that progress ought to visit th kitehen and laundry, and not lie oeufined to the shop and field. Yours, HORACE GEEELET. Messrs. Erinkerhoff A Co., Auburn, N. T. From Governor Seymour. L'ttca, Ang. 2th, 1870. Those who do the washing in my hous are very much pleased with the Continental Wash in g Machine. They did not car to try it at flrst but Bow they think highly of It. It is simple, st rong and easily kept in ordor. In my opin io n it will prove to be a valuable invention. 80SAXIQ eaiMOVB. JelJ-dow2t4wl ! -X fSf Biau.C:;; ----'-Il-aW r'sTrjMaT """'"T '''BBBBBBBBBJIIirT EL ' r- For Moth Patches, Freckles! AND TA. USE FERRY'S KOTH FRECKLE LO TION. It is reliable and harmless. Sold by every Drnggiat 1a Roek Iaiand and elaewhere. Prepared only by Dr. B. C. Perry, 49 Bond St. New York. PIMPLES ON THE FAI E. f7"OR OOMBDONE8, BLACK-WORMS OR 1? Gruba, Pimply Eroptions and Blotched Disfigurations on the faee, oae Perry's Coanedone an t Pimple Remedy. It ia harmUat and invalu able. Prepared only by Dr. B. C. PERRY, Dermatologist, 49 Bond Btreet, New iork. Bold by every Druggiat in Rook Island and else where. feb 27d4wf.m. , wmt ' JOHN HOOT'S IlITTliKM. John Boot's Bitters are a family medicine. John Boot's Bitters cure general debility. John Boot's Bitters cars dyspepsia. Us John Soot's Bitters cures fever and ague. John Root's 1 ittsrs eurea all bilious dis eases. John Root's Bitters eurea nervousness and headache. Try it. They are warranted. John Root's Bitters euro indigestion. Try it. J.hn Root's Bittsrs are not a whiaay drink. John Boot's Bitters are sold by a'l drag gists. Job Bongston, Rock Iaiand, 111.; Har rison A Holman, Davenport, Iowa, wholesale and retail droggiats. Joseph MeehaB, Mohne, III. my2J-deod-ni,w,fwly Cbapped Habds, faee, rough skin, pimples, ring-worm, salt rhenm, aod other eataneouB af fections, cured, and the akin mad soft and smooth, by naing the Juntptr Star A'oap madeby Caswell, Eaiard A Co., New York. It is more convenient and easily applied than other reme pies, avoiding the trouble of the greasy com pounds now is use. rn-t.weow. For Sal. Twenty-six residence lots, in my additions to the City of Rock Island. Terms of sale. One quarter caah ; balance In oue, two apd three yeara, with interest at six per cent, per annum. B. Davbbi-ort. There ia nothing more certain to invent fe male irregularities t'lan Dr. Velpau's Female Pills. They will in all cases cause a return ot monthly sickness, without which no unmarried lady ean enjoy perfect health S-Ai by all drug gists. At Wads worth & Larson's. Jnst opened, new Japanese Silks, new Hair Strije Iiress (toed, l.ve Shawls, Marseilles and 11 cey Comb Bed Quilt.-, in great variety, the latent thieir out In Skeleton Corset for ttnuimcr wear. They always hav on hand the best ass ortment oi Carpets, Malts, Kugs and Floor Oi' C:ollistobe fonnd in t'uia section, and at the very lowett prices., 2S. K. GL15, The KmineEt Ocniist and Aurist of Chicago, will be in Rock Island, at the Harder Bouse, on th first Friday after tbe first Monday in each month, for the purpose of treat ing all diseases of the Eye and Ear, wtielher surgical or otherwise. Operations for Catarac.,. roas eyos, staphyloma, closure of the tearduct, io. frenoh artificial eyes insorud without pain. Chicago office 129 South Clark stieet. aepS-dAwiy ZlXedical. Attention is called to the advertisement oi Dr. Bohannan, of St. Louis, Mo. His reputation is that of one of the most successful physicians in his speciality in the West. Closing out Sale. Aikbs is now selling good fast color Lawns at 20c: French Orirandies worth 60e at 40t ; French Lawns worth 50o at S0o; Percales worth olio at 20o; French Ginghams worth Ri-c at J5c; do worth Sio at 20o ; Summer Poplins worth fo and 7dcat43e: do worth 40 and iOo at 2ho ; Plaids, Poplins worth 40 and50oat?6o: Tan urtinee worth 60c at 4oc: a few Lace Shaw la very cheap ; Summer S'aavds at half prioa : Laees and White Trimmings very cheap. Aiken will will sell any kind of goods reach below regular prices, a he is determined to get oat of trade. jedtt ZStj G-oods. A. Bamberger. So. ', Illinois street, llock Isl and, wtll open to-day lot) pieces choice styles of drei-i good;;, one lot at 2." eta. per yard worth 40 ots ; one lot at oO wortk 60; one lot at 40 worth 00. A fuil line of celebrated I!ulllo A lpacaa. A eouiplete line of Japanese Silks and Irish Pop lins. A full line of parasols of every description. A lare stock of ladies, misses and children's hose of extra length and superior quality. Al ways a full and well selected stock of staple goods of every duscription. Ladies and gents will do well to oomeand examine my stock before making their purchases elsewhere. Clothing made to order in tue latest styles, and a perfect tit always guaranteed. erv&us Debility, With Us g!oniy attendants, low spirit, d- praaaioo, inwhintary emission, loa of aemea- eparmatorihoia, loe of powar, dicey head, loaaof memory and threatened impotence and Imbecility, find a aorereign oar ia Humphrey' Borneo pathio gpaoifio So. Twejty-aight. Composed of j th most valuable mild and potent curative, they j strike at ono at the root of the matter, tone np the ays'em, arrest the discharges, aad impart vigjr and energy, life and vitality to the entire man. They bar onred thousand of caaea. Price per package of Eve buses and vial of powder worth 2, which is very important Jin obBtiuate or old case, or 1 per aini box. old l j all urc4iata,asdsentby mail on receipt of prioe. Adureea all letters, Humphrey's epecifie Homeopathio Medicine Co., 662 road way, Kw Tor; jnljldAwly . A bright, healthy chile is a perennial spring of joy in every well-reguloted family, and where is tbut tataer. who after the strife aod turmoil of busiuess, on retiring to his homo, is not beguiled of care by the in miaou t prat tle of his child T Perhaps this father is a worldly man, and make gold his idol, be mi y have been successful man, and amassed riohes. Vet plaoe bis child on the sick bed, and all his gold is at the disposal of the physician, and tbe only return be asks is the res toration of health to his ehild. Fathers 1 Moth er! would you preserve your ehild in health? Then listen to us. There is on prevailing cause of the disease ia children, and that oauae is worms. If this oauae of disease is not removed, your ehild will sicken and die, or linger a suffer ing invalid for Ufa. We present to you an Infal lible remedy for worms ; it is Sr. Judson's Dead Shot Worm Candy, and is put sp in tbe form of a stick of candy, and so pleasant to the taste, that child ron greedily tease for it. It is purely vegetable, and oannot hurt the smallest child. Ask for Dr. Judsod a Dead Shot Worm Candy. For sale everywhere at 20 oenta per package. W. H. OOM8TOCK, decO Bole Proprietor. Ia numbers there is safety. It was upon this principle that the formula of Jcdsob's Mot a taib liBKB Pills waa prepared. Dr. Judson, intending to apend a fortune ia advertising hie pills, submitted his reoio to the revision of th moat intelligent and learned pbysioian of the age, and th reealt is a simple but moat effioa oious meSicina th JtJDSo' MorsvAlH Bbbb Fills. Tey pnrify tho blood, ramov all ob structions, oleanae the skin ot all pimples and b'otohes, and are perfectly sure aad sate ia their operation. Th Jensen's Mouhtaih Hkbs Pills out Billionaness, Female irregularities, Haadaehe, and many of th diaeu arising froaa impure blood and a deranged digestion. Use the Jndson's Mountain Barb PLUs, and when yon have proved their virtue recommend them toy onr friends. They ar both sugar coated aod plain, tot sale every where. If you d" aot feel well yoo send for a dootor ba calls npon yon, looks wise, sorawls soste hleroglyphios upon a pioo of paper whioh you take to a drug store and there pay (0 cent to $1 00, bsid the doctor's foe, for a remedy sine times oat of ten aot half so good as Or, Morse' Indian Boot Pills, which oosts bat J4 cants per box. So yon think h former the best, because yoo pay she moat for it? If you do, we advise yon to use, just aa aa experi ment, th More' Indian Boot Pill. Tbey ar prepared from a formula, pronounoad br the moat learned phyiloians of oar ooontry, to be she beet and moat universal of family me dicines. The Morse's Indian Boot Pills oar Heedeahe, Liver oosnplaiat, Indigaetloo, Dys pepsia, female Irregularities, A.., and ar pat B both ngar-eeated and plaia. QUa skua a trial. Il by tl aaleri. WlRRliK'S SAFES IN THE GREAT XXIIE AT X&O&BSOTJXIX. MosMoctH, 111., May 11, 1871. Messrs. HKRRLNQ aV CO., Ohieago. (Jests On the morning of the Vth iuat., our town was visited with the most dsJtmetive fire aver known here,' or in this vicinity, destroying wenty eight buildings, which were all stooked with a general assortment of dry goods, grocer ies, etc. We wars fortunately provided with one of your Patent Champion Bales, which was ex posed to a very severe test, having lain in the ruins for over two days. Everything was pre aerved to oar entire satisfaation, the writiug in our book s and papers being as legible aa when t acad In the sata. VY e are pleased to bear evi ence to tho excellence of your valuable Safes, and shall want another aa soon as we get looated in our new building, tours truly, JOHN BABCOCK HERRING'S PATENT CHAMPION SAFES, The Heroes of ever 760 Accidental Fires -The Most Reliable Protection from Fire known HERRING'S PATENT BANKERS' SAIIIS, With Patent Crystallired Iron, the only Rosis tant to Barglars Tools now Known. HERRING & CO., 4 WlAli: MKHit. may 24 d'im etkl.VG IWDXB. The only kind marie by a practical cboroist, os well an .hyn in, with Btoial r'fretn to its tiftmUhtul ns. Orrmpwd of arttcls that aid digettfm. liirfrvt in quality. Chmptst, tweauxf the purest. Hfxt, as it is Vtf heatihiert Kitteuits, corn hreati, cakes, pastry, not only white (pwejtj and light, but w holes iin and nutritious. iTV tf; prorr it. If not as rocom mended, we forfeit rfirht to truttitulneNS. "Many worth !, cheap imitations. Be sure ynu get Dr. Pnrt't Crfam Baking nrirr. Sold bv f.r.xf rs. Manufac tured only by THOMPSON, feTEfcLE k l'lUCKf uuicago una St. ixuis. mehl 7-dwtfm t ilKt. t l.XSI 41 FIRE BEIOK AND 11a v ikun Works ! EVLXS FitiUASL", IVajirictors Manufacturers of Brick, (tas House Tile, Fire Clat Retorts, Blaxt Vurnacix Tile, 1'lain it Ornamental Ciiiuiity Ti S, Scuxrn,je I'ijie jrum 3 to '.19 in. Diameter And all artioies usually made of Fire Clay. Ofiiee, 100 South Kicventh street, mi'li-'U-dly ST. LOUIS, MO. E0. PART8IDGAC0.. OIL M1IRU1IAXTS! Dealers in Uai.way Oils, and Car Greasa.ZZn gine and SZachinery Oils, Ziard and Tallow Oils. Diaaocd liicciua tor. Fire Test, ISO, Coal Oil, Asle Qrease, k.c. Ko. 712 N. !4d4m Main Street. BT. L0115. St. Lonis Comniission Business. F.A.SEalVEY&CO., Forwarding & Commission ALSO Lire Stork Commisslou Merchants Prt)cn!r attt-atiun pivrii to t!io parol iatc and (-ale of in kinds of LIVE 8TCK. Ail nlei guaranteed. ircuiars liFQt a aawj. Ail eof& tuucicaiions by letter ok telt graph will recvire prompt ttetition. poelt lodnoementa ciii.rtti to jrrftin de&IcrF Tiii lire rteok fihlppri t ooiau tai tht-fiockford K. I. A 8. l.uie R. H. All coDBiKnmentd.ordtr md eommuulotlo&B should be ttddronsed to F. A.SBAVEY A CO., Ko. 10 touih Ha in Street. St. Louis. mcl.24.dw X.ZS3.ACXS. &c. "With firrent care, bv a new process, vp extract from the trve , select J-'ruuj. and Aroniatioe, each cliaracter ktic flavor, and produce Ftavmngi for Cakes, Custanls, Jellies. Creams, etc., of rm meltnux. Of prwit tlmpth and jmrfivt purity. JVotfiiiij; artirictal. Ery Jliivttr as rrfirrjmltd. Ao dwtt met ' btitOe full mauun. Csr tirm ojkjc, will lute no otiirr. Tte nuwt delirate, irUciaa femri mr madr. So Btrior to the chwip extracts. Ask f.r lr. Price's Siiecial J lavorintrs. Mamilncturfd onlv hy THOMlSO-, STEJiLK & PRICK. C'Ukago and OI. Louia mchl7-dw8m WiLTEE&GE&'g FLAYORiKS EXTRACTS I Ar warranted qoal to any mad. Tbey are prepared from Ute fruits and will be fonnd much better than many of the Extracts that are sold. Vanilla, Lemon, Pine Apple, Straw berry, Bose, Orange, A. BARLOW'S INBIGO BLUE is wrthont doubt th East article In the market for Blaelog Clothes. It will eoler more water than four times the same wight of Indigo and an nob snore than any other Wash Bla ia th market. Tb only geaoin is that pat np at Alfred Wiltberger's rrujr store, S3S Sorth Second Bt., Philadelphia. The labels hav both VUtberger'a and Ear- iow name oa teem, ail otners are counterfeit WILTBBaaBH'8 DELIBLE mK Will b found on trial te b a superior article Alway en hand foraal at reaaonablo price Pare Ground Bpices, Senuin Mediain, C'oa snois Skint, B pong. a, Tapioca, Pearl Sago, and all article in th Drug Line, it Alfred Wlfberger's Drug SUt e, Fo. I5J Hoth Saoond Ci.,PhUadlphia. aprldwCn i OCSCC 1MB S VBBBl 1 Hla?:we!5i, M 0 s. 3 B vy Mil Mt PLOW WORKS I III BBW SBSBB BJ bj v w (ESTABLISHED BY JOHN DEERE IN 1847.) ft-""!!. l --r.r-fc..- DEERE Manufacturers of MOLI3XTEI Deere's Walking Cultivator ! KNOWN AS THE OLD RELIABLE. 3P st"- . "if . V - v JL. "i ' v. a ' - We lVIanufactnre Tlowi adapted to all sorts and conditions of soils. All Plow and Cultivators Warranted. All onr Flows bear tbe brand MOIINB,Ii ADDRESS ALL GRDS&S TO mat l.jd&wtf CSiscell&neont. FLTES FRIES, ;ECTrira aid m mrFACTTjss a ov I W Domeiti Liquors, Importer and Dealer la Poe:D IV -r.es and l.wquor. Front street, epao it ferry laadlna. Fk Island, in. B0US9 CYE8. YOCR elething an b eleaaad aad bonnd.aad presd OTer, o that it will look as wU a Bw. by K. WILCOX Tailor, Who has removed to West Eagle Street, nnjer tbe Rook Island Honsa. mchJ-dtf D. & J. HILL. JEW LIVERY STABLE, (Dimick'a Old Stand,) Washington Btreet, - - Bock Island pS Particular attention paid to furnishing CarnaRPS f'r Partita, Balls, Processions, Fune rals, Ac. airl7-d.f COP? & EEO., Liverv and Sale Stables. Ofioe under Sart's Sail. ROCK l!LANI ILLS. Most Complete F.atalilishmect in the City Partienlav attrtion paid t fumUbiitg CarriaKes for parties. Balls, Processions, eto. mbtd ly NEW LIVERY STABLE. J. w Z r. THE undersigned would announea that b baa opened a new Livery and Sale Stable ! At Soehme'i Old Stand. 0aU Particular attention paid to furnishing Carriages for Parties, Balls. Processions, Fune rals, or other occisicns. Wa$hingtcn street, east side. Rock Island. may4-dtf TH08. B. GBAH1M. BL1CSS3IITBIXG. Removed to Hull's New Building, Wasting ton Street, WALTER DAUBEE, Of Bock Iil.iud County, alioea Horses in tbe most worknianlik manner. Experienced and skillful workmen; horse shod without pin. Having a practical aad ex. tended experience in tb business, I solicit your patronage, confide t that I can please you, and do bettr work than anv other sboer in the oity. Bbop Bign of the BIO HORSE SHOE, en Washington street, near tb river. mayS-dtf WALTER DAt'EER. WILLS & MUEEAY, CHAMPION HORSE SHOERS AKD Blacksmiths, Corner Eagle and Orleans street, (Bly the A Stod dard's Shop.) ROCK ISiLASD, IMS. Every description of Forging done in the most workmanlike manner. Satisfaction gear ant cod or no ray. fobl3-d6m TAIL0BIKG. SriIMITT & MARSCEALL, Merchant Tailors, At their new hop en Kadison street, near Orleans, Rock Island, have a stock of piese goods, and ar prepared t make up clothing to order. Perfect fits guaranteed. Cleaning, Scouring, Cutting and repairing done oheaply and promptly, A share of aatem rsspeotfully soUolUd, moh84 g'gXMMg'l111 BBIiJA GEiMRAL HORSE SHOER as ar wr '" & CO., the Genuine PLOW! XZiZ!S,Xl 6l CO., IvToline, 111. PHinOGKAPilS. I. O. PECK, Photographer ROCat INLAND,. .ILL,. SJa Negatives Prcierved. feb24-d6m TCNSOEltL. HARPER HOUSE Shuvinji Bathing Palace, ILLINOIS STREET. A. J. TORS), Proprietor. Late Foreman at tbe Briggs Honae, Chicago. Particoiar attentinn given to Hsir Cnt ting. my24-dtf LIME AND CEMENT ! Uinkoop's Cordovia Uhite Fin ishing Limes POUT BIROX & D1VESP0RT LIME. LOUISVILLE AXD VT1CA CEMEXT. PLiSTER F1EIS, L1M) PLA8TEG, PLISTEBHG BAIB, TTC, ETC., ETC. jo9-dtf MATTHKWS A CO. GK0SS X CKiSISW, Dealera in Stores, House Fnrnfching Goods, HOLLOW WAKE, HARDWARE. AC, Also, Manufacturers of CCPPEB, TIX A5D SHEET IRON WAF.E. Orleans St., bet. Ohio and Swan Ets., ROCK ISLAND ILL. Guttering. Spouting, Roofing and Job Work, promptly attended to. Repairing and setting up Pumps. fet,24-dly The Old ZoatcraBce aod Seal SatJtte Agency. DEDRICK & SHAW, Gen'i Ids. & Real Estate Agents, Rcprtaant Jtli best Fire, Marine, and Lile Inaurance Cutopaniea in tb L'niled fetaies. a;i Losses Adjusted and Pail at this Agency. Par tieular attention paid to the purchase and sa oi Baal Estate, renting property, etc. ttl?d Sa. O. SS. BELDINO, DENTIST. ALL DENTAL OPERATIONS PEBFORM E D aeeordin; to th n.ost approved arir.cl plea. Offi.ein Barper Block, oor of 111. cols and Buffalo streets. anglft-dtf J. W. bTAKK, DENTIST, ROOMS NEXT DOOR 10 TELEGRAPH Offite, Illinois street, Bock Irlaad. All kinda of Dental work done ia th moat approv ed manner. Charge reasonable. aplO dwly GR0CEK.t:$. G. W.MI'ITELBARGER, fSuociasor to IvOBT. E07.HLEK.) Cr Illinois and Eagle ts., ROCK ILAKI, ... IMS. Dealer in eEOCERIESJtOVfSIOAS Quceaaware, Coffee. Engar, Fruit and Vegetables. lb Cheapest Mot a la tbe fft). Cash paid for Country produce. faruters call and examine his first class stock. Qoods delivered ia the oity free. iel24d rum ExxiKarjignta. Over Three Hundred Actaal Fire Tct Ont with It ! More than $5,000,000.00 ll erlh f Property ttti from ifc Flamei. T H B iABCOC II EX T I N G C I S H E ?. W. FAB WELL, Secretary, 132 Washington Street, Chicago. Isauranc Cotnpaniea raduc rales wbtreitls introduced. Tbe fioverament ha adopted it, 0vPut cut Burilng Etrotaaa, Tar, tc. Baorad Its j Record. 1 Lire me-- -' mmK jaMS-BBUlBSSa Jill "