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Tuesday, September S, 1871.
CITY BULLETIN. CHIOiaO, BOCK ISLAND PACIFIC B. R. Trains leave Bosk Island eoixe bast. Day klxptoss end Mail, 8:15 a-m. Hock Isiaad Aesemtnodatloa, 4.00 p.m. Night Kxpross, 10:30 p. m. aoina WIST Day Bipre.s and If ail, S:46 a. as. Night Bxpress, 6:4 f . ax. Hook Iilaad Accommodation, r. Bartu Janotioo. Loaves Duroaa Junction. 0.00 p.m. 6.30 a.m. kThc Day Iipttn and Hail leaving here at t: li a. m., eenneets at Sanaa J auction at 10: 1 i . m for revria. Tat Night Bxpress leaving here at 10:30 p.m. connects at JB arena at 1;0 p,m, for reorte. WI3IBRH FtilOH R.B. Oil 0BT LIAVB. 1IIITI Bxpresa Mall, 8:20 a. aa. SOUp.m, u4PHHi(ir, 4:20 a.m. 1U:3U a.m Connects villi all roads fot the east and wait. ROCKFORD, R.I8LASD A BX. LOUIS R. R, Betweea Rock Iilaad and Sterling. lbavb. axbivi KxpreiS 6: 10 a, m. 7:46 a. m Mal 1:00 a.m. :j0 p. Between.Bock Iilaad and St. Loan. 1-iiTi. Annum. Bxpress Olip.m. W Mail 10:1'U a. m. ii p ml PB0RIA A R0CK1SLAID R. B. booxiilaxd to rioRia. L.avo. Arrive Express 7.00 a. in. (I ll p.m. Ciacinnatl Eiprsis, 1:20p.m. UiSja.m. (,a BvCX ISLASD TO COAL liLLII, Leave. Arrive Rock Mend 110 am Il:4am 1:20 f m 4:4 p m (gNo. Mall leaving here at 1.1 J niekeecloee enuotioa at Peoria with the Lilt W. for all painti east and loath. A through eoaeh for Chicago ii attached U the tlpr.it loafing here at 7.20 a. m. BOaLlKwTO.N.CSDAR RAPIDS A MIMig SOTA ft. ft. f.ma2rl leaving Rook Island at 6.44 a. at. on tho C. at. i. A P. ruad, make elo.e connections through to Uarlington (arming thora at I'-MiO) aud to Keokuk. Alio by leaving wa tamo train, pesseagere eaa connect at Gran. 1 1 fur Oik loo.a aid Kddyville, to tho South ; and f r Mar- taaliowa, imii, (Minn.; and bt. i'aul to the B'irth. SOl'THWfcSTERS ROAD. Peisenirors loafing Rock Iilaad ea tba 0. R. I. A P. road at 0.4a p. ai. go direetly through to Leavenworth, kausas, arriving there at 1 1 a. m OMRIie AID CLOSIMO 0? MAIL!. ros? orrtoi, mitobsli. a arina'a aiooa. OrriCI HOURS RAILROAD TIME. C pea Seily, Saadeyseieepted,Bl 7 CO a. m. I loica ' 10 p. m txea.ral D.IIv.ry aUaoa at 1:00 p.m. kon.y Order 0e opoaa at 100 a.m. " " " cloicaat 6:00 p.m. Osealaadey from I 00 a. m. to 10:00 a.m. mini, cieau. 7 00 a. m. 0 00 a. m. outCAOOAtiiolsr.sa .... ;,,.. . 7:41 a. m. IfhOO a. m. r-Avesreav a wsernaa J( 4 f m lg.. ( 00 a.m. 8.10 b. ni. er.Loo..AD.ouT..a. 6:50p.m. Tenl.ffO a (oitiiii ( 211 p. m. ( .10 a. m. MiLWAcmoA lotTitwiiT 0 00 p. m, n.of a. m. BY BTAMB. Aledo and Oqnavba, 6.3d p. m. eAO a. m. Swodona ana New Windsor, arrirei Tneidara aa 1 TbarrUri at i p. m. Dopartt Wednea dafi and Satardaro at 8.00 a. m. BTBATCBIZirB. NEW YORK CORK & LIVERPCOL XsTew k rnll-Powered Ktoamshipt. The Largost in tho World. OCKAMC. CiLTIC. RBPL'BLIC. BALTIC ATLANTIC. ADRIATIC. MAJKSnc. Sailing from Sew York n SATl'RDAYS, from Liverpool eu THURSDAYS, and Cork Harbor the day follnwiair. from the Wolte Star Dock, Pareeia Kerry, Jersey City. Paisengeraeeomoodatloni (for allclaai.i; un rivaled, rombinioic 6AFKTY, SPEED A.VD COMPORT. Saloon), st.t. rooms, smoking room, and h.th rw.Di. in mldilop section, wbere lean mo tion l fell. Surgeoas and st"ward.n.s acnm pany thai, st.am.rs. RATES Saloon, -0 gi'd. tttrtg, $10 arr-.OT. to Lnnieo, Liv.rpo.il. llg.,w, Lon doad.rrv, and Brntol. Th... wishing to s.nd Nrfri.ads from th. Old Country .aa now ob tain st..rag. pre-paid rertia.:t.i, $JJ earrancv. rasi.ng.rs booked to or from all parts of America, to I'.rii. Hiahgr. Nm.it Hx.rf.n India. Australia. China, etc. Drnfti from 1 apwirdt. For i.ipeeii.n .1 plaas and olh.r inrormati.n F'yal tb Company's Otti"., N. I.i tiroadwav ew sork. J. H. SI'ARKa.Aceot. Or to U.neral W.st.rn Offl -e, ilj South Market SIrMt, Ciil.ago. ALPRKD LAG HUG I. IS, Ag't. Ag.nt. In Rock Uland Joe. I) n ;..:., Drog gisl, W. N. Jaavis, BtaamWoat Ag't. dwly LMAN im OOEAN STEAMSHIPS Cirrjlrjf ttie British and r. J.WaiU CAIL TWICE A WE1K between S.w York J- aa l Liverpool, via tji-.auowu, Ireland Through llcS. tt or from .New yora ad Liv. aool, l4ueeaitowa. Pans, ilambarg, Rotterdam thenbrg. Malmo, Antwer. Havre. Chris, t ansaad. top.akagea, Christiana, Glasgow, L.o1d.rry, London, and all principal points the Caiuj rtutes and tonipe. Tbe attention or parties wishing to bring out their frleads iromtheeldsouairy.ls iat.t.d to this adver tisement. r R1SCIS C. DIOW !,, Htn. wu Igt. 80 South Market street, Chicago. MITCHIL At LYHDK. Koek I. land, III. J. n. A-liJSaiBU T. Ma in.. Ill Jeld H Mtrranted Chemically Pcre ! D. B. DeLAND! & CO.'S OTXSSaxOAIs BAKING POWDER! Universally Conceded to be unequalled for the immedi ate production of Brsad, Baiieait, Cakes and Paltry Of every description, in the nlchest perfection. Always full weight, and Jiecpg in any climate. B. DeLlSD & CO., Talrport Chemical Works, ralr part, Wow Tork. maySUwtf COAL! GOOD HLAt RSMrTHI.NO roAU ritOM DAV . a.,wui bo UeUvyrea In Ia islsnti and Moline Order, will be promptly sttrndefl to by febi1lflm II. DAVENPORT llock Uland, 111. New Livery Stable I THE T-WDERSIOHID HAS JC8T OPRS ED a Llvary Stable, aear tbe eoraer of Orleans and Eagle- streets. -i1!..t"'",l, fl',-,ass stock, and fair pricaa "aataaraliegiMtares. A share of noblio palroaage la reeaetfaily solteltwi. WflWMtt . 0WH. CITY. Offlolal ro-i3or. Gen. Black in Rock Island. Uen. John C. Black, Li'neral Candidate for Lieutenant Governor, will address the peovle of this county, in the Court House in this city, on Thursday Even's, Sept. 12, at 8 o'clock. Let the Liberals see to it that good notice is riven and pet out as large an attendance as possible. LIBERAL COUNTY COMMITTEK. II II Vim P. T. SIi-Klhonw-. fieorce 1.. 0'iit, Ro-k Inland ; 'Entrenc lewte. Molina ; Thomaa Kerr, Milan. LIBERAL 6ENAT0EIAL CONVENTION AT KOCK ISLAND, SEPT. 9. Kl.E(iATES : )r J. lloko, CnrdoTn: fli'nry Pflililori. oe; T. r Silvin, Ilnmp'on: John jt-luler. tii-n. 1.. Vult. Kock Inn i : Jolin A. iiovi-r, iimoii nnwn; j. i.ivfu- wnritiy. Andnlusin; Jotiu l.dt;mglou, JoUn kullor. Butlalot'rillrHT. Use Masoo'i Challenge Blacking. For Ibe Coinpleion- -BtRNKTTS KiLI.I 0TO. .0)0 ' I Oo to John BenKCtoa'a for Cooatitutionel J Catarrh Remedy. ; rnnduniro BitteTTfor aula at the Harper ' House Drog Store. I ... May Broav are positively closing ont their dry goods. Call and secare bargains. , cj i Two Good Compjsitors can nna steaay ! , ... ... ;. :. I miMnmu liw rallmu at ibis othce immc- diately. Call for Mastas l.alsem, the best aoa .... . .1 . .1. ... 1 most reliable reparation in tue maraci. ; ror sale by Bonny K Smitn. A i;. f it,. c.l.h,.ted Amaua v.... KU.l. and Print, in.t received at ... '. oj;;t a, Fi'ft Salk. An entire stotk of dry goods and futures for sale. For further particu- an enquire of iiay l.ros. Durveas "atin tilo.s Sia'rch" saves the . , i r a satisfaction that no other Starch does. FSalk Cukap A buggy nearly as good as Henry Smitb, l!c k works. :i d'-:A : wl t. strand hand lop new. .-Enquire of Island ( arrlaga .nasia s teieoraieu 1 uimuun. ' , , .. th. best in the m.r.at, made and recom- mended by the celebrated I t. Mast, cf Loweu, .iass., iii'") "' Thoosaods have been saved y it. it and take no other. The cures perform.. 1 by Dr. Cnysoit'sl Extracts of Yellow Kock 'and Ssrjaparilla ' are lasting. The patient's general hnillh continues to improve aft. r the disease is removed. Cures arc not chronicled unti' , th foiry landing is moved in accordance time has fully testified that there can ls 110 ' with the city ordnrs the Council will be sat relapse or return cf tli disease. ' i.i'u-J. Uomks Waxtku for eight children, now' living at the county poor farm, whose ages range from six months to ten years. Those wishing to adopt or apprentice cbildrcn, can ; apply for information at the poor farm or to tho undersigned. H. II. Mayo, Supervisor. Rock Wend, Sept. 2, 172,- diw 2-w MEETING OF CKEELEY AKD EE0WN CLUB. All members ot' the Greeley and Brown club are requested to meet at Negus' Ilall this (Tuesday, Sept. 3d,) evenic-, at H o'clm-k, ti'Hi-p, for tbe purpose of oranizu companies. Let (.1! member be present ; taRl arrangemehts may be made tor a grind parade on tbe l ':h, when Gen. iliaclt, can di late for Lieut. Gov., sneaks in this city. Police Cot t. John Kobhnaoo, a farm- reasonable length 01" time ' er, was fined $3 and costs, ly Magistrate ('4?t j; (p,s;Dg fcis hat from one hacd Cropper, this morning, for drunkenness, j to the other and evidently getting nervous.) The fine was pvid. "Well. I don't know, I wnt time to consider Mat I'.ice, a dr liken vagabond, was r- tbe matter." rested last riiuht for vagrancy, and this ; Mayor. Capt. am I to understand that morning was fined flO aud costs. In de-' you need any time to mak the move? As fault of ths stumps he was sent up to work ! I undi rJtand tbe matter, I am natbor;.-d on the slreots for 15 days. j and boiinJ by the action of tbo Ci'y Council John liartoo, well known in the police to see that the boat is moved, anaa's of this city, was fined aud cosu ; Capt. U. ( 7itb increned nervousness.) for being drunk and disorderly. In default "Well, I will tbink tbe matter over, and x- 00 wat sent to work on the public streets lor nine davs. Scott Couott Faiii. We learo from the Gazelle of this morning that the Scott County Fair is likely to prove a failure. At late hour yesterday afternoon five cows and a small number of other atook entries bad been made. The art hall, agricultural implement department, and other sections, were rather spare, though they may fill np. The managers will be likely to find that! L - I L ' 1 ury saw nna. uig oiunaer ia raising toe price of admission from 2j to 50 cents. The people in the country do not take to the change kindly and tbe present indications are decidedly nnfavorable to the success of tbe Fair. The prospects for the success of tre Iowa State Fair at Cedar Rapids next week are Tory Catering. Have you a eold, or irritating cough, or any polmonio affection? Then try Mas. U s Balsam. For sale by E. Uraenert, at the Harper House drug store. Tim Rock I.si.axii Ixstitcti roti Yociso Laiuks. Tbe proHpeota for the future suc cess and prosperity ot this school are very favorable. Prcf. LTavomano, the principal hat leased the Chamberlain property, eor aer ol Illinois and Heaver Streets, and also tha old Presbyterian Chorch adjoining. The latter is now being fitted np as a school hall. The well known and aooomplished teaoaers, Professors Corel and Wingale, and tha Misses Uobinson, will be retained in their respective departments. Prof. Havemann has also secured the service 1 of Miss M.J. Hagan, a graduate of Willard's Seminary, Troy, K. Y., who has had large experience as a teacher or higher mathe- matios, composition, Latin, etc. The ser vices of Professors in vocalization and gym- nastioa will be procured at once. The fall term opens Sept. 12th, and it is hoped and expeeted will be largely attended. There can be no doubt ea to tbe utility aad eOioieocy of this school which has sprung np in onr midst. Hero the pnpil oan obtain a thorough elassieal aad practi- oal education at comparatively small cost. We trust that the people will see to it that this truly laadable enterprise is not allowed to languish for want of patronage, but will extend their hearty aid and encouragement to it from the start. CAPT. E0BINS0H, LEADER OF THI FEKET-BOAT HAVLEY EINO, IN THE COTJNCIL CHAMBER. Ho Argue, with tio Council and oeaki to pot pono obedianoo to the order of the City Anthoritiei. Tho Mayor and Council are firm and will re quire him to reapect the Anthority of the City. During tie a'aion of tha City Council yeeterday, P. m., dipt. Robinson appeared before them and tha following dialogna took place between him and the members of the Connoil: Mayor "Capt Bobinaon, I nnderatand that yon have aomethiue which yon desire to lay to tha Connoil. An opportunity will now be afforded yon to do so." Capt R. ' i wiah to any a few worda about this ferry bniioeii. On tha part of the ferry Company I would itate that they do not wish to come in contact with the righte of the city. I luggestci to tho Mayor oome t.me aince that I wai wiliiag to lubmit tha queation to aome proper person. I would aak that the aut jet-t be tubmitted to Judge l'it'Aianta. I am desirous to have the afl'iir disputed of. I have understood that iome of the Council have thoiuht I was dispoied to bo n liltla otubhorn in the matter, but they arc mistaken. I deaire to fcitve it settled. 1 have not spoken with Judge I'leaaants iu regard to the matter, nor had any conversation with him at all in fact, I have not met him lately. If tho .1 tliat KftVA ft iclit to land whe"ro . nui. theI1 we ,hi exoect that the Conn- cil will allow ui to do so, but if the Judge aL"u a-mnat u. men me iiij can go u aoa move tne lanuiug jiiac'e. All Lioyi0 regard to ( apt. Uobinson, ;t 9eu)t t0 tfa mt tha coorae pursued by tim is simply intended to delay tho matter. . . W have the opinions of cur citv atloraey ' ' i and Judge V'ilkinson, who are regarded as ' good aut horitiet, and 1 lliuk it wou'd be better ,0 mo,P ,iJe f,.rrv llLding etd ilms ! . ! lRl,;.,h the rights of the city, then, if. Jaa diaaatiatied (speaking to Capt. K.) ' Jon PPeal lhe cae- ' CaP- R.-Tbe question I had to propose I "as whether you would consent to submit j the case to Judge Pleasants, who kno s Doth sides of the ca. 5vor. I asked the opiuioo of Judge I w; VlBSon for he MM0 J lUi ,hoee wbo 1 M the interest of TA'MLiBgtoB street at lipart. .nnared to thinK citv a'torney 1 i.: J : l:. .:..... n .1 out. i tier be was uiuieu ia di. upiuiwua, I ihnnuht that .lnfl Vi'ilkiu.on would be the proper person U apply to, as he was welj kn0Wn in this community to be a man of ' tl,ii;tr Bn(j integriiy, and I fe't sure that he ! would give his candid, unbie-d opinion on - - ihe subject. .. - , . . ! Llovd. If we were to leave this matter to ! L,Iova. It we were to leave tms muuer 10 . m(jM h ,he . for injtboce thftt he " ' , j in the right, thi. Council would tot be sat- iatied t 'apt. R. Why, then you could carry it l0 t!,e Supreme Court. Lloyd. But we want you to do that, if i. .3 In done. V,e arj all riirhlnow. When Mayor ell,sbau we have a motion on the question ? (profound s'.leaco for a full mir.utn) Aid. Stengel, what do you say this matter? .S:nge!. I wiii make a motion that effect. (Tne motion was seconded by Aid. Copp, the and the nyes and navs called fjr by Mayor. It was voted down bv four to two' Aid. ('odd. aud S:ei:rel voticg in the af Lloyd. Drayton. ativa. firmative, and Aldermen Koch, aud Riley in the nes'at:v.) Mayor. Capt. do you require a.iy lime to move the boa!. Cant. It fStandinir l-.n lird twistic" , 1 . j i o- 1. 1 . . bat ia Ins baad.l ' ell, 1 don t know.' ., 1 I'll lu'ta the matter into consi Jerauoo. j Lloyd. I auppue that this week will be j a pretty busy one with you, but could a't yell .' move it after t'o fair? Wou'da't that be a amine into it a little Lloyd. Capt. cjuldn't you state about what time jou cua give the Mayor a definite answer ? Capt. tt. ( Nervous! f.) "Weill want a little time to look the matter cvcT and inves tigate it a little." Lloyd. "Will Tou be ready Capt. to te.M 1 tlii mayor to-morrow the time when you will be propared to move the boat?'' Lapt. K. (Moving towards tho doer.) ell, yes, I guess so." Mayor. "Very well, Capt. I will see yon to-morrjw at the bank or npoo the street." (Exit Capt.) CITY C0TJHCIL. Citt CouBctL Room, Sept. 2, 187 72. J council met it regular semon at 4 o'clock this p. ii. Present, fJis Honor, the Mayor, and Ald ermen n.ocn, uiiey, Uopp, Stengel, Lloyd euu a'isj suit. Absent, Aldermen Kellv and Wagner, Ihe minutes of the last meeting were a weia sauu my yt t TQtj. Ihe clerk then read the following bills "" ui aig. copp tney wore re- lerreu to toe nnaaee oommiiiee, who reported tunus ICCI, -am. copp moved that the said bills be allowed and that orders be drawn on the treasury lor the several amounts. The mo tion paaaea. For improvements in 1st ward 2.12 62 or improvements In 2d ward 'or improvements in Si ward For improvements in 4th ward For 1st and 3d wards Policemene salaries Wm. Payne, police depart ment W. C. Wad 1 worth, pelioo de partment...... G. U. Craig, pelioo depart ent,. M Thos. Tatoi, lire department P. Mulligan, vteesern Fire Co , ' Peter Kale, J. C. Bromley, " Joha Scblemmer, " Ueorg. Alter, " Job Moss, " O. fiarvey, " Henry Sianer, E. Krell, George Laagdel), " B.H. Cook, salary.... T. .Gray, salary 102 1. 407 .12 172 72 740 281,945.10 33 33 135 10 12 0 4 Ot 634.43 5 10 4 fi 30 00 3S 88 33 00 t 00 3 00 so 2 00 1 SO IU SO 00- 219.08 40 00 46 00 60 00 135.00 John Barge, salary J Offiee ex yeaae. , . , ..,., 10 76 B. I. Oas, Lamp A Coke Co... 323 SO Cily Scales....... 40 Whole amotat... 3,184 98 The officers reports for tho month of Joly having bean read the finauce committee re ported them comet. On motion of Aid. Copp they were order ed to be placid on file. A petition of r ire Company Keacue No. 2 wai read, asking the Council to appoint a committee to examine the furniture and fix tures belonging to said company with a view to purchasing tha same. On motion of Aid. Lloyd the Mayor and committee on fire and water were appointed said committee. A petition signed by S. B. Stoddard and A others residing on Block 17, old town, was read, asking tho Council to fill the alley in uid block, and also to grade the sidewalk on the aouth aide of Orleans street in said block. On motion of Aid. Riley the sub ject wss referred to the streat and alley com mittee. A petition signed by Buford ii Taylor and some 32 other citizens of the 1st ward, was read asking the Connoil to o'i.oontinue the blowing of the whistle at the water works except in oases ot fire. Aid. Lloyd moved that the engineer be j instructed to blow the whistle only 30 sec onds lit C and 7 o'clock A. M., at 12 M. and at 1 and 6 o'clock P. M. The motion was agreed to. Capt. T. J. Robinson appeared before the C ouncil and proposed to have the ferry question submitted to Judge Pleaeants, and promises to abide by Zii.r decision. Aid. Stengel moved that the subject of the ferry landing be reft red to Judge Pleas ant for his opinion. The motion waa not agreed to. The Mayor then asked the Captain how much time he desired to have, to move the ferry lanUiug to Eale street. But he de clined to give a definite answer and retired- On motion of Aid. Riley the Council ad journed. Jonv IfARflg, City C lerk. NOTES, HERE AND THERE. Meeting of the Greeley and Brown club at Negus' Hall, this evening. The Circuit Cjort convened yeslerday P. M , a, tha Court House. Mr. A. Bamberger, tho well known dry goods merchant, bus recently returned frcm J New York with a large stick of goods for the fall trade. At a meeting of the street railway com pany yesterday, C. I.y,.1. Jr., was elected director, and J. M. Bui'ord secretary, in place of T. J. Rjtinson ro.icoed j The annual pirujeof the Pioneer Setil-r's ' Assjcitt on of Hock Island and Scott coun ti,s will he held on the Island to morrow. ; Te proomion rill form at the Ccurt Hotse ', 10 C ock a. ro. en i mroh from ther to I n. I. and , A 'call has I.cq issued for a Steamboat i ""en's Natioial Convention to be held at ; toe city of Cleaveland, Ohio, on the 24th ( dv of September, at 3 o'clock, p. m., the ( convention to be compesid of at leest two , Qiesa:es irom eacu association or locality. i Tl funeral of Mr. John Kinney, n,. f 1 r.c r. r,.v,- w: 1 - - , di, d from san.trok. Monday afternoon, took p.ec, thi, p. M.f trom hi, M1)ld,Bce on rt. corner of Beaver and Toledo streets. The j procession comprised over thirty Uams. ! Ooorge Brown, a son of Mr. George A. j Brown, cf Geneseo, fttirtecn years of age, 1 w" inatantlr killed Test3rday morning, near ! tie "ilroad station in that city. He ; .'temptol to jump on a freight car while it was in motion, but misaing his hold fell upon tbr track, and was run ivfr by five wheels. Mrs. Urownsil, a lady living iu Egzles ton'i How, was recently robbed of a pocket nf look couiu.ning u iu currtney, a number ' of silver coios, a c uniou'l ring valued at and a checi for $100. A colored boy about lo jtars tf nc, named Uenry, is sup posed to Lave been tie thief. He was t;uKbt 'his tnoruing about th ee o'clcck, ty Policeman I. von. He stated that he was waiting for tbe next S'Psmer, intending to ; trip down the iiver. ' ! of the money lost and the li 1 The lull amount ver eoios were 1 jticil pon his person. The diamond rioe j ia yet m:-ing. He w;n locltld in jail to ' await hit t'tal before tie Couuty Coir!. It has been usual for tho saw moi. in the . ,...,. , upper portion of tbe eity to shutdown a day during (air week to allow ti.e workmen to at- tend tbe Fsir. Yesterday a vote waa taken among tbe employees of two of the miiia on tbe selection of the day for attending the litir, and tbe result waa a decision not to shut down at all. Davenport G'axtlie, Uivkr Notes TLe Noithern Line steamer Muscatine leaves in the morning for St. Louis, lie I the Savannah for St. Paul. difficulty is experienced in making the pasia7e ''f the Rook Island Rapids. The ateamo.'lt war between the Northern and White Collar h'ccs is being waged with out intermission, and with no prospect of a cessction during ths season of navigation- The N'orthen Liner, New Boston, is mak ing regular trips between this point and Montrose aa a freight and passenger packet. For freight and panaage apply to Wm. N. fJarvis, at the office of the Northern Lice Pacxet Co., on the l.vce. Hm.P TUB LlTTLK SCFFEHKR, It worms and needs a vermifuge that it has can (ac, and one that will at the same time p-ove '&cta- "intersmith s Worm Candy or aton'ne Lozenges is the only .,-.1. "" '4 ahat can be depended on. Tamedy now sl 1 All atores have it. Akturacits Coal. JInlil SeP- 5'B' 1 sell all sizes ofLackawana efcl for 12'5tJ per ton, at my yard for $13.0v." dIlTerea t0 any part of the city. On Sept. 5. V th P"C will be advanced to 13.00 at the 7rd 0T $13.50 delivered. J. H. Lano4 '-ei' A Chance to Wi $40,000 Cash I A ' J the Sick and Destitnte. The managers en dorsed by the Governor and higher Stat officials. Third Great Drawing August 31.t. l or full particulars address Pattke 4 Co., Omaha, Nebraska. The merit of Dooley's Yeast Powder con sists in its perfect purity, economy, and the small quantity required to ptodnco good biscuits, rolls, pastry, 4c, when compared with ordinary BaVir-g Powder. For sale by Grocers generally. All goods closed out at cost from now till September 1st, at Bamberger's City Hotel olotbing house to make room for bis large all stock. Come and see his nice casai mere suits $10; $1.25 pants, $1 hats, $1 fancy birts, &o. Julyll.2ra Beib CooLia fob Sali. One of Wevna'a new Beer Coolers can be bought cheap at oiiuuaei canes stove store on Mi: Iiniais street. Tj1 V-.nkin k. HT.:i..' ! r. .-.-j wU. Auiieiine- lor men uompiexions. jrnce 00 conti. JCLICS D0KN & CO., GENERAL Commission Merchants, Distillers Agents, and Dealers ia Whiskies, Malt, iiopi aid firaia. 11 Docoaa i bnead Sti., apr!6il lOOiavUJJI, gj. 0 CAS OOXiTJSXZr. SKIN DISEASES. PIRRY'8 IMPROVED COMEDONE AND PIMPLE R KM ED" Th. Bkia Medicine of the Age. Is warranted to euro Acsa and Btcosis, Ran, Wftti and Mattiiatsd Pim ples on the Face ; 1 le.b Worms, Soaly eruption and Blotched disfiguration, of the Skin. Prepared only bv Dr. li. O. Perry, Dermatol- egi.t, 49 Bond street, New York. Sold by Drng- giats everywhere. FOR mm PITCHES, FRECKLES FRECKLE LOTION It ts reliable and haraileia. It is no cure all or panacea, bat is intended to remove only Brown Disco'oraiions, by neutralising the Iron in the layers of tb. skin, which indices them. Prepared only bv Dr. B. O. Perry, Dermatol gist, 40 Bond street, New York. Sold by Druggists .very where. ap4dwom IT HI 8 NO EQUAL. TRADE M11K. la all cnst'8 ot Dypepia, Uver Complaint and Kidney diw-ises, Misuler's Herb Bittekb will be (ound a relinbte remedy. It has betm belore the American people for over ten years, aud Is now re cognized as a standard preparation. It is sold tj Urngiets everywhere, possesses the confidence of the people in a greater degree than any other patent medicine, and ta endorsed and recommended by Physiciaug in every section of the country. The Z&esflenger of Health, A large tixed paper, descriptive of disease its origin and cure, will be mailed free to any addref, on ap plication to Dr. S. B. Hartman & C, lancmrter, fa. B.osadalis ! XLosadalis ! Mrs. Harriet Karly, writing from Lima, Ohio, rays: Tor about twenty-two years I was aflllcted with an enlergemeut of the Spleen, which bad gradually increased in l.ngth aad .12. antil it extended tee entire length of the abdomen. Thi. I n.ver .xpeeted to have removed. Now tu this time I euffered with hrysipelx, by spelts, for thirteen years, and oftea almost despaired of my lite. 1 heard ot your .eiebrated ..oeadaiis, and purch.sed one bottle to test it, but finding soma b.aeflt, eontinaed its ube, and bj the time I bad used two bottles and almost before I was aware of it tilts enlargement in my side wa almost entirely gone, which waa as unexpected as gratifying, for I wns using the Rosadal's w.th a view of curing the Krysipelas alone. I con tinued to take the medicine nntil I had need six bottles; and now at the end of six monthi, lcaa lately say I am enrfd ot both Brystpelaebudth. enlargement iu my .ile, the latter having .a tirely disappeared. In conolmion I tan most cbeerfally recommend K"ss.il!i is to the kfflieted. Mahhooo; To4!inoon: VTbo a) marry, wbo not. Why Impediments, causes and tore; IU8 pages rent, sasied, for 2i cents. Ad dress: Dr. Khittier, CI 7 St. Charles street, St. Louis, Missoari, who treats a!t ohron:., virulent and special diseases. The most uieinl specialist of th. age, I KEitVOIJS DEBILITY. tV ITH its gloomy attendants, low spirits V depression, involuntary omissions, loss of a.men, sparmatarrhoea. loss of power, diisy heal, loss of memory, aad threatened impotence and imbecility, find a sovereign cure In HUMPHREYS' H0MROPATHIC SPECIFIC I!o. TWENTY-EIGHT. Com poied of tho arost valuable mild and potent Curatives, tbey strike at one. at the roet of the matter, tone np the system, arrest the dis charges, and impart vigor aad energy, life and vitality to tue entire man. Tbey have cured thousands of eases. Price, $5 per package of five boxes and a large $2 viai, which is very im portant to obstinate or old can.., or $ 1 per sin gle box. Bold by ALL Draggiits, aud sent bymailon receipt of price. Address, HUMPH REYS' SPECIFIC HOMEOPATHIC MEDI- CIS CO., tMi BaoADWAT, Skw You. Chat A. Bonner and C, Spit!.!, Agents for Rock Island, TO THE LADIES. Brora's French Dressing Will make Ladies' and Children's Boots and shoes that bare beoouie rongo and red, aad La dles' Traveling hag., wbich look so old and rnsty that tbey are ashaiaed to earry them, look just as good aa new. it will not rub off, or mutwlien wet. S.fteus llie leather. Ko lady will be without it after one trial. B ware of imitations and counterfeits. Also manufautarers of Blacking and Dress ing lor all kinds ot Leather.' for sale every where. B. V. BKOVV N A CO., 1'r.pneton, augldwom Boston. Iu numbers there 1. safety, it was upon this principle tnat the formula of Jadson's Sits taix Uxbb Pills waa prepared. Dr. Jodsoa, intending to spend a fortune in advertising- Ms pills, submitted his recoipe to the revision of tne most intelligent and learned physicians of tbe age, and tbe result is a simple but most effi cacious medicine tbe Jcneon's MbuaTAia Hkkb Pills. They purify the blood, remove all obstructions, oleaosa tbe skin of all pimples and blotebes, and are perfectly sere and sate in their operation. The Jinsod'aMocaTAis Haas Pills care Billiousness, Female irregularities, Headache, aad many of tbe diseases arising from impnro bioed and a deranged digestion. Use the Jndson'a Mountain Herb Pills, and when you have proved their virtue reeommend them to your friends. They are both sugar coated and plain. 1'or sale everywhere. If you do not feel well you send for a doctor he calls upon you, looks wise, scrawls some bieroglyphiai upon a piece of paper which von take to a drug store and there pay 50 eeats to $1.00, besides the doctor's fee. for a remedy nine tiroes out of ten not half so good as Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, which eoits bnt 26 cents pel box. Do you think the former the best, because you pay the most for it? If yon do, we advise you to use. just as an experiment, tke Morse's Indian Root Pills. Tbey are prepared trom a formula, pronounced by the mostlearned physi oians of oar eonntry, to be the best and most universal of family medicines. The Horse's Indian Rout Pills cure Headache, Liver Com plaint. Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Female irregu larities, As., and are put up both sugar-coated and plain, dive them atrial. Sold by all deal, era. A bright, healthy child is a perennial spring of joy in every well. regulated family, and waere is that father, who after tha strife aad tarmoil of business, on retiring to his home, is not be guiled of eare by the innocent prattle of his child? Perhaps this fataar is a worldly maa, aau makes gold his idol, he may have been a eaeceas.'nl mi. aad amassed ricbes. Yet place his child en the slek bed, aad all his gold is , 'Ho disposal of the physicians, and tbe only at.- I 1 .1 ' . .... L ,.v . V asks is the restoration of health to return bathers 1 Mothers! would yea pro- his ohild. . 1 in heal h 7 Then listen teas. servo your ehu V 1 : 'nuj cause of the disease in hildroa andthat eau. U,4,y0Br'.hild will aause el disease le ant fern. - .i8, iBT,ud for aieken and die, or linger a sah.. ?m, ,.m,d- life. We present to yom aa infalu. lor worms litis Dr. Jadson's Dead Shot Worm Candy, and is pat up in tbe form of a stick of eaady, land so pl.aiant to the taste, that children greedily teale for it. It is purely vegetable, aud cannot hart the smallest ohild. Aak for Dr Jadson's Dead Shot Worm Candy. For sale everywhere at 20 eents per package. W. H. OfMtTnr,.K, Sole Proprietor. e BY MAIL 2 CENTS 1 1 iGEi O.R ROVVELLCO 1 .r, u tl"r?E PARK BOWl WEWYORtO tiVDVlRTISEf M 1 DR.IYISTAR'S BilSH.1 OF VYILD CHERRY Is peenliaiy adapted to every diseaie of the laags and live? which Is prodnetd by oar ever varying climate. 5 There is, perhaps, no disease with which our country is affected, which sweeps off annually so maar victims as that fell destroyer of the hamaa raee Comnmptlon. Day alter day yeas after year, the insatiate monster harries to the eold and silent portals of the tomb fresh added viotims to its eonqneit No walk of life is sacred from its blighting influence, ftoage is exempt from its death dealing shafts. The old, the middle aged, and tha young, all alike, are food for this man enemy of mankind. The white haired patriarch whose life of tem perance has rendered his system impervious to the attacks of other ills, and whoie good deeds prepared him for the enjoyment of life's calm evening, flads consumption fastening its fangs upoa his vitals, aud .tearing him from a world aver bright to minds which look complacently on days well spent. Consumption, ia its confirmed and incipient stages, coughs, asthma, croap, aad liver com plaint, form by far the most fatal class of dis eases known to our land. Yet even those may be eured by means of the simple yet powerful remedies that are scattered wherever these mal adies prevail. A SAFE, SURE, AND EFFECTUAL Remedy! Worms Purely Yegetib! aid as Easy to take as laRdj. It is often very difficult to induce children to take remedies for any of the diseases incident to ch'ldhood, aa the very idea of taking medicine is repulsive tolkem. fcsioovil's j Worm Killer! O R fOSFECTLdSS, Is pat up in the form of a lozenge, is pleasant to take, and by calling it eaady , children will cot refuse to eat it, wiiick saves the parent the disa greeable task of forcing the child to take nau seating medicine. Keep the Blood Healthy THIS CAN BE DONE BY ToING Dr. Guysott's EXTRACT YBLLOWDOCK A5D Sarsaparilla. Contains more of tb. pare Honduras Sarsa pari) la than any other preparation extant, which i. chemically combined with the extract of Yel low Dock and tbe extract ef Wild Cherry, thos making the remedy more thoroughly efficient then any other Sarsaparilla before the public. At the same time it is perfectly free from all mineral poisons, which cannot be said of any other Sarsaparilla compound. It ts now put in the large.! bottles, and Is ac knowledged to be tbe Best Sarsaparilla Made, and is certified bj the wondsrful cures it has performed, the original copies of which are in tbe possession of the proprietor. Remember, his is the only tre and original article. Wili CURE WITHOUT PAIL ! Scrofula or King's Evil, Cancers, Tumors, Eruptions of the Skin, Erjsipelas, Chronic Sore Eyes, Ringworm or Tetters, Scald Head, Rheuma tism, Pains in the Bones or Joints, Old Sores or Ulcers, Swelling "of tho Gland, Bpyhilts, Dyspepsia, Salt Rh.nm, Diseases of the Kidneys, Loss of Appetite; Diseases arising from the ass of Meroary, Pains in the Sides and Shoulders, General Debility, Dropsy, Lumbago, Jaun dice, and Costlveaess. DR. WM. HALL'S S4aXststm. FOR THR SSI HAS DEMONSTRATED THAT Consumption is Curable ! Accompanying each bottle of Dr. Wm. BALL'S BALSAM for the LUKGS, i. atreatls. la pamphlet form aa Consumption and aiang Diseases generally, with speeial direetioas for siBE. modes of tieatment, ate., fr which we bespeak year perusal. DR. WM. HALL'S Balsam for the Langs Is for sale where family medioines are kept, la all parts of this end many foreign eon tries. Buy no other Lang Balsam, bat be sere 70a get Dr, Wax. Hall's Balaam for the Lungs Price $1,00 per Bottle. ap 84taesfAwIy xsrav&AncB. INSURANCE I BUFORD! REED FIRE, MARINE, Aocilont c H.itfe, TEE OLDEST iUENCT ! AND THR - - g t.. 1 UldPSl latl OirUDiICSl yUlHiilt;j I w 1 iEtna Insurance Com'y (Of Hartford,) - ASSETS, 9,000,CM)0. "Old Hartford," : . - Of Hartford, ; A". ASSETS. $1,225,000. Home Insurance Co., Of Jiew York, ASsSliTS, Sl.OOO.OOO. Fr&nklin Insurance Co., Of Philadelphia, A8SKTR, 3,33T.OOO. "OLD X0ETH AMERICA," Of Philadelphia, ASilETS 3,33T,000. North British and Mercantile, Of London, GOLD ASSETS, $IO,(;00,000. ROYAU England, GOLD ASSETS, l0OO,OOO. Imperial Fire Ins. Co., London, GOLD AfSKTS, .10,000,000. UlllOll X1S. Co., Of Saa Francisco. GOLD ASSIST, $1,115,000. ANDES ISS. CO. efUndnruli, ASSETS, fcl,.-83,000. KATI0X1L aSjTRASCE CO., Ot Hartford, -ASSET", $517,000. American Cent'I Ins. C., Of St. Louis, ASSETS, $100,000. Railway Passengers' Ins. C., Of Hartford, ASSETS, $750,000. CCHECTllTT KCTtJAL LIFE, Of Hartford, ti 7. OOO.OOO. Continental Life, Sew York. ASSETS, 5,000,000. Aggregate Assets, $SO,000,000. Policies writt.n at correct rates on all tntur ble property. Apply to BUFGSD & SEED, Agt's. 0IFICS Be. 3, Argns Bnildltg. Opposite Post Office. Up Stairs, INSURANCE ! THE BEST ZS SEES cheapest; HAYES & CLEVELAND Agents for the following old and reliable Insur ance Companies, which have paid all Chicago josses in fail t Underwriters Agency, New York a Cash Assets (4,000,000. Phapnii. N . T. Cash Assets $2,000,000. Continental, If. I. Cash Assets $J,iOO,000. IXTEEXiTIOSAL. SEW YOSK, Cash Asset $1,000,000. LIVERPOOL & L0D0. t CL0EE, Cash Assets $20,0C0,000. Girard cf Philadelphia, Assets $500,000. HOME OP OHIO, Assets $oo,oeo. Brewers' Mlwaukee, Cash Asteu ii0,D00. GEO. W. COPP, A8EKI I0S THI LEADIXO HARTFORD I E Ml FIBE, HABIHE AHD LIFE insurance Co.'s EJ1PRISBKT158 $25,000,000 in Capital. AT ROCK ISLiAD, ILLIV0IS. All Ioss.s adjust! aad promptly paid at this Ag.noy. maylTdtf. BPsiarasE casus M. M. 8TCBGE0H, Attorney and Oonnselor at &aw, KOCK ISLAND IL1 , Of&ae ia Mitchell A Lynd.'s Blocl . lSdwtf r. r. at cLniKin. Ta, .,. absott. BtcBLBCRKB 4 ABBOI'T, Attorneys and Connsellors it aw AHD SOLICITORS IN CHAKC ?RY. 0f Se. opposite Kotk Island Boase, ROCK ISL AKD, ILL. a.f 30-dwly ab.ia a. ALLca. saves w. siaoascn ALLEI 4, SIKOISeS. ATTOBSITS AKD COUFSILORS AT l.AW,o.kI?t T" f?-i, Baferd's Biosk. ..pMdly. G. P. W HIT COME, Attorney and Cjusselor at latw, 10 Doarbora street,.. CHICAGO, ILL. Prompt atteatioa gives t. eolleeting and all other business. Chargea moderate. C.rreipea- denee solicited. Refers to Editor ef the Anscs. de7-4 tt - - PETES FRIES, RICTIsTUR AMD M ABCF ACT0II1. Ol Domestic Lleaors, Importer aad Dealer ia f eseiga Wiae. aad Lieuors. Front street,oppe- it. Sorry Laading, k Island, III. B0CSD OTES. VOCR.l.tking.aB b. .leaned an 4 keaad,an a. pressed ever, so that it will look as well as ssw.l. . WILCOX Tailor, Who hi. removed te West Bagle Street, aader tneaWeklilaai Mease sMhA-dtf 1 BIW ABVBSLVISESUBBTTS DVERTISING AT LOW MATMSl ! fff,"Vj pen INCH PER MONTH. WE WILI. Insert an adverlieement in 77 First Class Papers in lilinoie. Mat sent on niiiwu" " d t ELL CO., Advertising agouvo, ", 1 . LLINOI8 WESLEYAN C51VRK8ITY Rev o. S. Mtrssnx, D. O; President, assirtcd by nini Professor. College year rjegme oepu. luui; ends June 19th. special anenuou location : its vaiuaoie imc, uu jip. paratus: iu flourishing Literary Societies; itsfuii Courses of Study, preparatory and collegiate, for Youni; Ladies as won an ubbikuiqu ; iu varira Counies of Lectures ; it. thorough drill in Elocmiou ; lie high moral tone, and its low rales of tuition catalogues tree to ail ni'imt-nuio. iiloomiiiglon, iu., Aug. in". ST. MARY'S COLLEGE, Alton, Ulinois. we recommena 10 toe attention ui parents tne growing uoilege 01 St. Mary s, Alton, 111., under th able directorehiu of the Rev. Fatber OstroD. Da HhlM rtrf ring tne last jenr uay ncnoiare wens aioue recelvea, but at present, on account ol increased accommoda tions, ooaruera win aieo we THKen. iermH Day scholars f 10 per quarter. Boarders. f4f per quarter, board, washing, etc., included. No extras except music. 10 NAM I i5 Send lor KEW CATALOGUE, end team how good aavamages ana low prices in cnnn Drancnes, lan guages, music and commercial college studies niny oe ooiaiiieu. in y..r open, aug.ii wm. ronv miles from Chicago ; easy of accecs ; verv healihlul Send for new catalogue. Address U. w. ULtlt KAV, Aurora, 111. Aoihts Wasted for CUAMBKKLIN'S OKBAT CAMPAIGN BOOK, Tbe Struggle of '72; A Novelty in Political and Popular Literature !A GrtAi'Bio History of the Republican and lien - cratic Tartles ; a racy sketch of the so-called Liberal Republican Farty ; an inside view or the Oncirmaii t -onvention. The minor tickete or eide show, ot the campaign. The finest Illustrated Book Puh!i-be1. A Book wanted by every American citizen. '1 o core territory at once, send fl for outfit. INIiiN FCBLlSMlMi CO., iua 1 wenty-eeconu St.. t n -sgo. Brilliant Colorr and Best Black In Six Cord Thread. J. & P. COATS' BEST Six-Cord in all IXumbcrs, From So. B to 100 inclusive, roa Had and Machine Sewing, FEVeR AGUE. Fellows' Comsitrsn Srnrp o HTTortowrarrM. so celebrated in nervous and other debilitating d!-. eases, i now being used with complete euccew. cu ring Chill Fever after the failure of well-known rem edies quinine, &c. One doee containing two Tu ples ot soda and rheubarb tequal parts mixed . in wine glass full of cold water, should precede tbe u-c of the Syrup. FULLER FULLER, Chicaco. EPILEPSY OR FITS. A SURE CURE for this distressing complain! Is now made known in a Treatise (of 4 octavo pat -on Foreign and Native Herbal Preparations, pule lished bv Dr. O PheltsBrowk. The prw ri wae diM-'overed by him in such apre-diieniisi maiii er that he cannot conscientiously refnse to make it known, as it has cured everybody who ha ust-d 11 for Fiu. never having failed in a simrle case Ibe ingredients may be obtained from any drogti-t. A copy sent free to all applicant, by mail. Addri'ie UK. O PaELPS BKOWN, 41 u 'and Street, Jeri-y City, i. J. Sothiko like it in medicine. A luxury 10 tne palate, a painless evacnant, a gentle stimulant to the circulation, a perspiratory preparation, an ami-! .ii ious medicine, a stomachic, a diuretic and sn admir able general alterative. Such are the acknow ie.ii.-cd and naily proven properties of Tarrant s trVnv-. cent Seltzer Aperient. 8old bv all Drngglste. UOi REWARD For any case of Blind. B:e!- mc, itcning or I kcratsd j 1 ilrt that De Bine's P : Remedy fails to cure. It ii ! prepared expreselv 10 curs the Pilpft. fknrl noiiiiiu- iu Sold by all Druggists. Price, fl,t. ACETTS WASTED. Afentsmase more mocevAt work for ne than at anvthine eW. Ku.-cV. iicht and permanent. Pari'iculars free. a. STtN tu rine Art i-uoiiariers, Portland. Maiue. A NEW BOOK FREE Containinc aa-wrr to important qet. tions. Address, with stamp to pav postage, Mrs. II METZtiKU, Uanovcr, Pa, PLCMBIVG kV dis FITTISC. Flambing & Gas Fitting ! SWILER & FLEMING First door West of the First National Bits Illinois street, ROCK ISLAND. Are prepared to do PLiirilBIKG & G&S FUTIKG IS ALL ITS VARIOUS BBAXCHK8. IN FIRST-CLASS ETILE. Wotk Warranted, dwtf 31. J. Re DEALER IB STOVES UAH GLS, Tin. Copper, Sbeet Iron ITarc, AKD House Furnishing Goods OF BVBRT DESCRIPTION. -SV- All kinds of Tia aad Sheet Iron Jeb Work promptly attended to. dwtf rAxivica'a rovzoiv. JiftteWl The GREAT MEDICISE FOR THE SKI, cetrrs wilhowt xa.il, Piroplra maul otlses- Krantlsai on tbe Fare well av. every- itindl or Skim UiaeaM em atmy part of the peraom. It ha. cured a diseased scalp of four year, standing, which waa pronounced incurable by oome of the beat New York Phyeleians. For proof write to O. B. Street, 24 Barclay St., n. Y- Wi jtwd it on uiasfwaai. rtmtdnfmr Tetur, tic. write Hifrtev Broe , Dnurgista, Fairfield, Iowa. IS CASE Of Bl HNS, It immrdt mtrly re.torc. the ikia amel eh ta m healthy avetlom. It eared t. Hollidav. eor. 4th and Watotrt St.. Cinclanui. O. at eTraawioMat Son Mya, anerai ware stoJuUao- a eaVe will become BALD tha-t habttwwltr maen It. ALL BED NiWES ahould nee Palmer'. Lotion. C. W. Deneat, Leonaimeter, Mmaaw, xowniel tt atm twvalamhle antMllciiee tor BARBER'S ITCH, dkc. TSjrse appUaxtvmM permanently cored Chiv KarahaU, In. Agi. cor. sd A Walnut Sta, Ciudu aati. O.. of PrvgUd feet, of many year, etanduig. Send for Circular. Price. 75. and Sl.OO. Prepared only by SOLO PALMER, Ko Vi Piatt Street, fcew York. For sale by Druggists generally. For sale by Joha Beagstoa, Book Island feblldwly