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Rock Island, Illinois, Fridav, March 2, 1877. Established Oct 18, 1851 Railroad Time Table. ECCZ ISLAND li HEB3E3 CO . H. E. Leave Kock Inland at 9:00 a.m.. and 4:00 p. m. Ar riving at Cattle at 11:10 a. m., and 6:00 p. m. Leave Cable at 6;'30 a. to., and li:45 p. m. Arriving at Hock Island at 8:30 a. m.. and S:00 p. m. li. R. CAULU, General Mauager. PEOEIA & SOCK ISLAND RAILWAY. SHORTEST ROUTE TO 1UI I AST iSD SOUTH. LEAVE ARRIVE. Rnstern Ei. 5 50 a.m. Mail & Ex. 1:02 p, m' Mail Es. 1-40 p.m. Western Kx. 5:."5 p. m. Way Freight 6 ;A) a. in. Way Freight s:5 p. m. The 6:00 a. m, train makes close connection at Galva with O B-A O, for Aledo and Keithsburg, also at lVoria with PP & J, for Jacksonville. Spring field. St Louis and all points sooth and southwest, Living In St Louis at 7:0 p m. 'J'he 1 :50 train makes close connection at Galva with OBft(J It K. for the west: arriving slQulncy at !l:ir p in., also at Peoria wiih IB & W, aud T P & W'., for points east and southeast, J. K. Hilluk'j, Receiver. J-. V. Mauonby, Geu'l. Tk't. Ag't. HOBSE NAILS caiciuc, ace island & pacific e. s. eOINS VAST TBAIHS LEAVE At 8.35 a. m.;4:30 p.m.; and 10:00 p. m. Trains arrive from west as above. SOINa WIST TRAINS tlAVB; At (5:25 a m.; :5ft a. m., and 8:00 p. m. arrive from the east as above. Train ST. LOSIS. R0S2- XSLAltT) & CEICASO li. &. Pl'NO SOUTH TRAIWS LEAVE At 8 :05 a. ra. aud 7:00 p. m. dally, &RIVH FROM ST. LOUIS At 9 :20 a m. daily, and 9:20 j. m. STESUH& TBAIH3 LEAVE At 5:10 p. m. ARR1VB FROM STERLINB At 9:00 a. Tfl. COAL VALLEY MOTS COS TBAXHlJ LXAVE. 7:05 a. m. U M M. ARRIVE. 10:30 a. a 8:30 m, WE5TEEKTCI0H SAILSOAD. Day Express and Ma)?. Night Express ISAVE 8:35 a x 10:05 r m ARRIVE 6:00 Pit 5:55 am g,HAMMr.HtU ANU FlfjlSHEply S 6 7 8 9 0 1 f l I I The Ausable Nails are Hammered Hot, anJ the Finishing and Pointing are done Cold, thus Imitating the Process of Making Nails by Hand. Quality $ fully Guaranteed. For sale by all leading Iron and hard ware houses. ABRAHAM BUSSING, Scc'y, 35 Chambers St., New York. HIS FRAUDULENCY ARRIVES IN WASHINGTON, And is Received With Great Pomp by the Paid Officeholders. An Imposing Display by a Paid Army Will Guard the Stolen Office. Aad tlie People wlio are Robbed Fay the Sills. LOCAL COLUMN. AETISTIO TAILORING ZOTER & STEGEMANN, Mo. 1,903 Second Ave., N. side Union Square Merchant Tailors ! ;r: I AVE JUST RKCEIVED A LARGE AND WELL French 1 11 assorted stock of English and Cassimeres, Diagonals, Worsted SuitlngsJ Beavers, Doeskins, etc., etc. fWAll work guaranteed and prick's reasonable. Artistic Tailoring! J. T. DIXO CONSUMPTIVES TAKE NOTICE ! Every moment of delay makes your cure more hopeless, and much depends on the judicious choice of a remedy. The amount of testimony favor of Dr. Schenck's Pulmonic Syrup, as a cure for Consumption, far exceeds all that can be brought to support the pretensions of any other medicine. Se3 Dr. Schenck's Almanac, containing the certificates of many persons of the highest re spectabllity, who have been restored to health, af ter being pronounced incurable by physicians of acknowledged ability. Scheuck's Pulmonic Syrup alone has cored many, as these evidences will show ; but the cure i often promoted by the oyment of two other remedies which T; cheTick provides for the purpose. These addi tional remedies are Schenck's Sea Weed Tonic and Mandrake Pills. By the timely use of these medi cines, according .to directions. Dr. Schenck certi fies tha most an? case of Consumption may be cured. Dr. ScheDck is professionally at his principal of fice, corner Sixth and Arch streets, Philadelphia every Monday, where all letters for advice must be addiessed. USE RENNE'S PAIN-KILLING N, iAQIO Oil Merchant Tailor! No. 20 East Illiiiois St., ROCK ISLAND, - ILL Men's Fine Woolens A SPECIALTY. Telegraphed to the Rock Island Argut. GEANT HAS LEARNED THING. SOME- Van Schaack. Stevenson & Reid, Wholesale Agt' Chicago III. Sold in Kock Island by John Beiigs ton aud F. II. Thomas. Why let aches and pains your temper spoil? A cure is sure by using Renne's Magic Oil ! Washington, March 2. President lect. Hayes utid i arty arrived here at 9:15 this morning on 'iu:e and were received by Ex-Governor Dennison, Sena tor neruian ana urtnerai Sherman, who escorted hitu and his family and friends from the depot. There were present as pectators about 2,000 persons, who vocif erously cheered the president-elect as he and his party passed through the lines, on their way to carriages in waiting. President-elect Hayes and family were driveo to the residetce of Senator Sherman. where they will retnaiu for the present. The avenue will be decorated in the evening and that thoroughfare will be lighted from the Capitol to 17th street, with calcium lights and (Jninese lanterns and houses will be illuminated. There will also be a display of fire works and a torchlight procession. Buildings along the route of the torchlight procession will also be decorated and illuminated. Whea the president elect and party ari, rived at Sherman's residence a large num ber of ladies and gentleman were there to receive them and extended their congratu lations. All then partook ot breakfast. Arrangements are being perfected lor the celebration of inauguration day. General Whipple of the United States army will be chief marshal of the inaugural pro cession. All the United States troops and Marines in the city and the Light Battery from Baltimore have been ordered to re port for parade. The Washington Light Infantry corps, the Washington Light Guard and numerous civic societies will also take part in the procession. The following visiting organizations will be in line: State pencibles and A'eccacoe Leg ion, of Philadelphia; the Dmjuesne Greys, and Hutchinson 8 battery ot 1'itts hnrs; Columbus Cadets, of Columbus, Ohio; companies of 1st Virgina National Guards; 14th and 10th Regiments of Pennsvlvania Guard: Hartranft Club; Americus Club, and 19th Ward Clubs, of Philadelphia. Sixteen pyramids of flags and Chinese lanterns will He erected at street intersections and business places along Pennsylvania avenue. He Gives a fecksnifflan Opinion that it isn't right to use Federal Troops for Political Purposes! ! Having' used them to Elect Hayes, they will Quit for Awhile. Washington, March 2. Representa tive Ellis, Gibson and Colburke, of Louisi ana, to-day called on the president who showed them two telegrams prepared to be sent to Genl. Augur and Gov- Packard, lu the first Genl. Augur is informed that hereafter troops must not be used for po litical purposes in Louisiana, but for the purpose only of preserving the public and in aid of the civil authorities when the latter are powerless to do s. The telegram to Packard was to the effect that the policy of maintaining a state government by federal troops must be abandoned as such use of federal forces was against public seutiment and unjust to the majority of the people.. Weather Probabilities. Washington, Mar. 2. The Signal Ser vice observations taken at 10 o'clock this forenoon indicate the following weather probabilities for this afternoon and to- nicht: Indications for the northwest: Falling barometer, diminishing northerly winds and cooler cloudy weather. A Triumph, for the Women. London, March 2. The senate of the university of London have decided to ad mit women to medical degrees. An Extra Session ot the Senate Called to act on His Frandulency's Nominations. W ashington, iMarsn 'I. l lie presi dent lias issued a proclamation convening the 6euate in extra session on the 5th iust at noon. MOLINF, fluid LisLmrcxa. Igsy-John urahaui says: I don t sec how they came to suspicion me first." ftSTThe first through street car did not reach Moline, until 1 1 o'clock this morning. JSSaT'The train from St. Louis, this morn" ing, due here at :4o a. SI., did not arrive uutil 12:35 P. M. JCfi?Seven tramps were registered in Mati-trate Swander's tramp book this murumg; tour ot them nail trom Ireland, one Iroin Penn., and two from Ind. JSST'Mr. Margraff has put a new floor m his store winch was recently vacated by Gould & bhulthies, and will occupy it with his tailor-shop the nrst of next month. sgrivroger cV J ors, the inurr grocers. on Hodman avenue, are moving the small dwelling which adjoins their store, to the rear or the lot, and wul put up two new store rooms in its place. JC$ Willie Richards, a boy 7 years old, aua son ot ueacou luchards, sunered a IX1D L Will positively afford relief by external application. It cures on the instant Neu ralgia, Nervous Headache, Rheumatism, Toothache Earache, and all nervous pains, SO AS BY MAGIC. Sold by all Druggists at 50 cts. and f 1 per bottle. For sale in Rock Inland by John Bcnpston. 'Tobacco. MANUFACTURERS, HIGHEST JPREMIUM. CENTENNIAL EXPOSITION AWARDED LOVELL L BUFFINGTON, MANUFACTURERS OF day, by being struck by a passing wagon. Fine Ctlt Chewiflff & SlTIOkinff HIS FBAUDLENCY COUNTED IN. THE BLACKEST DEED OF THE CENTURY. The Popular Will Betrayed, and the Peo ple's Voice Smothered by Fraud. Washington, March 2. There was an all night session of the two houses and great opposition to the monstrous iniquity perpetrated by the electoral commission but at 4:40 this morning the election ot Hayes and Wheeler was proclaimed and without demonstration, The senate retir ed, and the house at 4:45 adjourned. C0U3H SYRUP COUGH SYRUP. RllorV Couth rni! '1" n' Tf? V CuTK it i. t; - liSuvel u Live ;i It rnrrt nrV ' r. terrible u lu-n every V"3?1?' U CAMPHORINS Camplioriiie ! Is the most effectual remedy sold, is a luxury to use. gives the best satisfaction, gives instant rlier, will not crease or stain the most delicate tannc. ha a pleasant and refreshiiiL' olor. ll will lmme diately relieve and cure Rheumatism, Chronic and Acute; Neuralgia and Catarrh, Headache and dwelled Face, Sore Throat, Sprains and Bruises, KiiDions and Chilblains, Amotion Pain in Chest, Hack or Limbs for sale by all Drnsgistis. of the Skin, Burns and Scalds. BUSTLES THE STANDARD I.OTTA BITOTLE. RENNE'S MAGIC OIL cures Khenmatlsm, KKNXK'S MAUIC OIL cures Nenralgia, KKNNE'S MAGIC OIL cures Spraius, KENSK'S MAGIC OIL cures Bruises, KENSE'S MAGIC OIL cures Colic, ItENNE's MAGIC OIL cures Cholera Morbus, KKNNK'S ...At. 10 tUL cures Coni;hs. KEXAE'S MAGIC OIL cures Sore Throat. "It Works like a caarm. Dayton, Ohio, Angnst 27,1875. Messrs. Wx. Rkkne & Sons, tiEXTgpiease Bend me at once by express one dozzen bottles larpe size Magic Oil. The MairicOil does indeed work like a charm. Six years ago mother hail a fall which came very near n suiting fatally. She recovered her health in some degree during the year following, hut she sustained such severe iujuries, especially in her spine and left arm nd tihouldwr, that she was almost helpless. Ho ping a change of ciimate might be beneficial, the spring of the second year after her fall she went to I tica, N. Y., to visit some relatives. W hile there she pbtained and used some of your Magic Oil ; it relieved her almost immediately , so much si th t atiH came home verv much improved in health and strength, and by the free use of the Mugic Oil she is now enjoying better health than she has known for ten years, and Has recovered entirety irom uer injuries. Mother has so much confidence in your Magic Oil that she will not be without it. Hespectfully yours, Joseph E. Dixson. ' Some folks seem to be prond or telling how "lame their shoulders arc" of "rav crick in the back" or '1 have got the Sciatica" and delight in bragging that "nothing can cure me:" but, when we such ,'awful folks" tonse RENNE'S PAIN-KILLING MAGIC OIL, faithfully, we not only cure their lameness an l charm away their pains, but we ac tually take all teat kind of "brag out of them !" and they frankly cwn up and sav, "It works like a charm." Sold by all Druggists. Merchants and Grocers. Call for Renne's Magic Oil where you usually trade. SPECIAL NOTICES. SOUTH CAROLINA, The Tilda STorris Caso! A VERY THIN STOUT OF A NE GRO JUDGE. ZE, in its support of superincumbent weight, closing up on sitting against a chairback, and its varieties coverinf every demand. Have caused diplomat to be awarded it each year by American Institute and sales greater than all others combined. Beware of infriiignients. A. W. THOMAS. 91 White street, New York; 801 Race street, Philadelphia. BRASS BAND. MATHEWS' LIQUID STARCH GLOSS Gives a splendid gloss and finish to all starched goods, making them whiter and cleaueb than wax or anything else, and prevents the iron Irom sticking. Trial bottle fsee. Put up in 4-oz bottles, price 15c. Sold by Gro cers and Druggists. A. I. MATHEWS & CO., 85 Murray St., N. Y. Which Net da Confirmation Bafore any Sensible Han Will Believe It. Columbia, S. C, March 2. The Su preme Court of South Carolina has had before it tor two weeks the case ot Tilda Norris, brought up on habeas corpus to test the validity of a pardon from Gov. Hampton. It would have been decided a week ago, but lor the sudden illness o:' Chief Justice Moses. This left the decision to Justices Willard and Wright, the latter a colored man. Willard announced his willingness to de cide U-r Hatnpton. Wright was expected deci le agaiust Hampton. J uesclay mormtiL' hist was set nv me ourt ior a jecisinii. but Justice Willard appeareu and rmounccd th;:t the Court was still con ulting mi the case. Yesterday H was learned that on that lorning J uuge V riciu wa9 induced to sign n orJer discharging 1 ilda Morns, thus recognizing the validity ot Hampton's par- i . .. . i . .1- i i' don. lie asserts mat ne uiu u wmie iu icar frld life. He says Judge W lllard told him lie 1 K'tuocrats could no longer be restrained ml when it should be announced to the - - 1 - . 1 - . i . . . , u waiting crowu m tne c iun room tnai mnn- r,g hut !iis, Wright's t hdurucy stood in the wuv of Hamptrns recognition their 3HOOTIKG I3TI THE TE.EA5UH.T PAKTJ5ENT WASHINGTON. A Woman in the Case. Washington, D. C, March 1. About noon to day a gentlemanly appearing per son called at the treasurer's office and sent a card bearing the name of Littleton into the redemption division, calling out a lady employe named Stover. Upon her appeal -ance he fired two. shots at her, neither ot which took effect. Mr. ilson, the chief of the loau division, ft ized the man, who, upon being released, shot himself, but only intiicted a sh.gi.t wound, n nen the ex citi-ment h: subsided the woman we: Home, and ihe Mian was tako:i to the sta ll"!, house. Employes assert that the mt.n declared the woman to be his wife, but ciupioved under a dinerent name. Good Words. Hespectfully dedicated to His Praudu lency. Usurper Hayes: No man worthy of the office of piesident shou'd be willing to hold it ii counted in tr rlac' d there by fraud. President Grant. V Th T - it. r. 1j. ;jctianie, wno is in attendance does not regard the injury sustained serious. He is a bright little tellow and among the best boys in Moline. JfcaPA prominent citizen of Moline re marked to a brother Republican the other day in this wise: "I voted for Hayes, and am a Republican, but 1 have no doubt that Tiltien was fairly elected; and the course the Republican party have persued since election is a lasting disgrace, and will redound to their discredit forever." JESThis morning as your reporter was going his usual rounds in search of items of interest, he was met by a tall, knock kneed, crooked-back, sioister-visaged indi vidual, who looked as if he was carrying a heavy heart beneath a coat of hiue. He aecosted the writer and requested an inter view, and seeing that he was iu great dis tress of mind, he was allowed a few me :ients to give vent to his pent up feelings and expressed himself as f eeling aggrieved on account of an article which appeared in The Argus of Wednesday, in which his name 6gured conspicuously. He thinks he was misrepresented, and that a fair showing was not accorded him; that The Argus always criticises him harshly; and that he never had a word ot praise from it during his official lire. He did not state that he had ever accomplished any thing worthy of praise, and although your reporter racked his brain to recall some such an act, was unable to do so, aud gave him the best advice he could, which was to pacify himself and keep still; when he turned sorrowfully away and went in quest of mors congenial companionship T033A.CCO. COVIlTGTOil, ET. Our brands of Chewing are the Fountain. Cloih o; Gold. O d Cong-ess and Forum. Sho Cases. LUTES & MEHAH, (Successors to J, R. ZEIGLfcS.) Manufacturers of METAL & WOOD 111 Mil I MANUFACTURERS OP POINTED, POLISHED AND FINISHED Horse Shoe Nails RECOMMENDED BY OYER 20,000 HORSE SHOERS. Ail Nails are made ol the bett SHOW CASES! OP ALL DESCRIPTIONS. 215 Hamilton Street, PECPIA, ILL Correspondence solicited and orders prompt; ailed. LLTK.E MKIIAN. FIELD BROS., Agents. Rock Island. NORWAY IRON. and Warranted perfect aud ready fordr.viujj. Orders filled promptly and at the lowe rates by GLOBE KAIL COMT BOSTON. SAESAPA&ILLA BLETJER'S BB&SS B&HD & ORCHESTRA JOHN BLEUER, Leader. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO and at reasonable terms. Instructions given on ail kinds of Instruments. Head quarters at National Saloon, on 18th street, between First and Second avenues. Orders may be also sent to Post Office box 1.413. 12-!ftd3iu FOR SALE Wood for Sale! TWO OR THREE HUNDRED CORDS OF HARD Wood for sale. All orders left with the under signed, at the office of 4. B. Hawley, will receive urompt attention. V 2-7dlm L. G ANDREWS. iS25,S5Q,S400, S20Q, S500. The reliable house of ALEX FKOTHINGHAM . rn Tin 1-2 WiOl St... New York, nublish a hand some eight-page weekly paper, called the Weekly vmiriut u,-iurt which thev fiend free to any ad dress. Inaudiiion to a large number ! editorials on Pnancial and other topics, i' contains very full and accurate reports of the sales and Btanding of ..verv mock, bond and security dealt In at the Stock L-.nh.nffl 1 HRHrH. I- t 1 1 1 1 . 11 . 1 .11 u " - ' - extensive brokers of large experience and tried in . -i. in fwifiirtnn to their stock brokerage busi fe ...v.-. i. ,,.,m,wl I'Privilecuu" tir "Puts and Calls. " now one of the favo'lte muhods of le ,,.,, . n,.i at inn Their advice is valuable.and hv following it many have made fortunes. LNcw York Metropolis.! STOCK FARM FOB E! In Poweshiek Co., Iowa. THIS FARM CONSISTS OF 150 ACRES, acres in cultivation. Good House and Barn, Concentrated SYRUP BLOOD PURIFIER QUO CraaUEJECEHIii TAEIT. TO-DAYS' ADVERTISEMENTS. A GREAT BARGAIN ! TO . I II O AN i PEKSON WISHING TO COMMENCE ouse-keeping. we have for sale a whole set of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE: Including everything from the parlor t the kitch- n, ail complete and nearly new, having been used but a few months. The above household goods will tie sold for less than onk-hai.f their vai.i' s the owner i" going to California in Mav. and lhe property must te foid. For particular inquire at th ofltce. 3-:MtI The country cannot afford to have the result tainted by the suspicion of illegal or false reiurns. 1'rtsident Grunt. Up son tae election in L misiana, as in uu ury would be visited upon mm ivs als that v lllard brought Uen. i IT i . .! . iu r. calling iiatuiiuiu ooutisfi, mui coosu.tutiou room ana iouner if tht y did not get uianv lives would He Con- the told him a favorable decision be sacrificed. While laboring uuder great mental distress aud fear Judge Wright signed the order but refuse) to hign the opiuion of Willard whidi sustained it, and he also exacted a promise that it should not be filed until Fri day. Y esterday he tied an opituou deriv ing the validity ot tlamptou s puraon,wim . , i- ii . tt 1113 loiiowing enuorseujuiuw. uaviuj; i tached my name, on the 27th ult.. to an order discharging the petitioner in this case without due consideration I do now, upon more mature deliberation, hereby recall and revoke and cancel my signa ture to said order aud substitute the fore- . . . . IT going opinion in its place. The court meets to-day and it is ex pected that Willard will announce the order of the 27th, signed by himself and Wright, as the decision of the court. X.E.ter-The Nejrro Judge Don't Put ia an Appearance. Columbia. S. C. March 2 The Tilda Norris case involving the validity iof Hanmton's pardon to criminals is tost poned in the supreme court, owing to the unexplained absence of the colored jus tice, Wright. Dart's Hall, Hock Is and.! Two Nights Only ! Monday & Tuesday Eve's, MARCH 5ih and 6th. Prof. Maetino, The Great California Illusionist and VENTRILOQUIST, who is acknowledged to 1 the Champion of lhe world, and w! oe performan ces have never failed to ( licit the bifrhi et encomi ums of the press and public, assisted by GERTIE FLORENCE, The celebrated Second sight Reader, Panlominist and Character Actress; JBabv Florence, The Child Actress only seven years old ; other states, depends the right to their Loviis E. Perrv. eats ot senators and representatives Who The great Demoniac Impersonator A rantomiuist; are to ai l in making laws tor the whole Rrof. St. Olair. country, tuni the choice ot presnentiai electors, utton whose vote mav depend the title of the office of tha president ot the A Larff-3 2UmD2r of ValUitle Presents l lilted M&tes llimseit. 0 party in the tt-il be given awav to the audiar.ee at each euur United States would like to submit to the re sult decided by the v.tes of electors chosen by such means. William A. Wheeler. l or the most part the organs are pro foundly silent on Tilden's letter iusisting that he shall not be made the pretext for screening Zach Chandler's little crooked mi vt , - i . , transactions. l ne iew lori; jremno 7'osr (a Returning Board Hayes organ) fully accepts Mr, Tilden's asseveration that there was nothing in the Oregon matter which made concealment necessary to his personal reputation. It says: "His letter is the hitter of a thoroughly honest tumi whom it has suited the pur poses or a party to treat as it ne were a 'just object of suspicion a course to which some plausible occasion was given by the 'acts of persons connected with liiru by 'political and even nearer relationship. 'We have neyer, however, supposed ibat any knowledge of the Oregon intrigue, or any participation id it ot any kind, 'would ever be brought home to Mr, Til den, and we have no doubt that he would 'have wclcomod the opportunity, if it had been given him, as he suggested, to make 'a personal statemetit in retrard to that 'affair UDder the examination of the senate 'committee.' tainment. For particulars of KutertaiLinei.t and l.st ot Present" i-ee street bills (w'l rices of Admission 3, 35 Mid 50 cents. 2a3t ii. S. CKAlNt, Ueu 1 AgeLt. AMUSEMENTS. t.. to Mr- S.7 Two good wells and a livin, spring. SSfW SSE&TTESS Thebalinceof the farm is good young umber weakness, etc. In fact and plenty or otttjide range lor stock. . J .n Hlnnd Uvcr Sklu lud CHirinc dineascs. Sold A good focntlo 1J4 alley, Irom Jacobs' cross ing all ""f vPtiee $1, or six bottle. Kearahnro. on the Iowa Central R. R., and 7 lor $;. miles from Orinnell, n ilea from Malcom, on the i-hieu.m A Ruck Island Road. Coal banks within in milea s.-iu.iil House within 40 rods. Three Churches of different denominations within J mile, 14 miles and 8 miles respectively. I will sell this farm at $20 PER ACRE ! f800 or fl.OflO down, and will trade the balance for some goou siock ana give guou uuie. This Is the Cheapest Farm in Central Iowa, My reasons for Helling, I am going to quit farm ing. For further information inquire of E. R. POTTER, Land Agent, Grinnell, Iowa, Or WILLIAM GARRETT, on the Farm. 130 Post OfficeaddresB, Wm. Garrett, Grinnell, , B. HOWE D fecituct Falls, N. Y. Hever Failing AGUE CURE . n--r, ov-vicTr TltTTKPS w chill. A?ne. Sciatica, Neuralgia. nervous and kidney diseases. It will cure permanent- Demlity, an " . t nerfect eattsfacUon. P c 1, or six . r" 1. ...mr. (nr i:hrnran-free, Every bottle war- C.B. Zi eU"'s..nra Falls. N. Y. Sdby John itengBton and T H Thomas, djegj gists, Rock Island. LOUISIANA. KED HOT TIEES3 EXPSCXED, The Thieves "Won't Give up their Plun der Without a Fight. New York. March 2. A New Orleans special states that L'ackard wi.l not give nn the ffovemorshii) without a contest. Car loads of lumber bave been taken to the 6tate bouse and carpenters have been Vina Htrenethenimi the barricades. All !. small Healers in the basement bave been ordered to vacate and the guards at doubled. The force within winrnWa 1.600 men. well armed and with nno fratlinu irnn. An effort was made to recruit a regiment from a large labor or ganization. A guard, consisting ot one company of militia, 13 constantly on duty at the court bouse tueiMcaouB ucauuar ters. After Mr. Foster of Ohio had finished his eulogy on Gov. Hayes the other day, and told the bouse he would "administer the government so patriotically and wisely as to wipe away any and all necessity or excuse for the formation of parties on a sectional basis" Mr. Sparks.of Illinois, got the floor, and replied in these scorching words: "The gentleman from Ohio basctven us quite a little dissertation upon the patriot ism of the Republican candidate ior the presidency, and he tells us that he will make an excellent, good president. I doubt the patriotism ot any man who will take the highest rfiice m the republic when it is thrust upon hTm by fraud, and this man knows, if he gets the presidency, it comes to him by aud through undisguised fraud." One Night Only ! A NIGHT OF FUN & MUSIC. FRIDAY EVE'G MCH. 2d. Everybody's Favorites. SALiSBtTRY'S TROUBADOURS ENGLISH Comic Opera Company. luctiun of the most Laughable Comic Op ever written, entitled 3?atcli work ! As Played by the Tronbndonrs ouly for the last two years in every large city m me union. UshsI Dramatic Prices. Reserved Seats 75 Cents: secured at Crampon's Book Store, without extra charge. General Admission 50 cts. Gallery 85 cts. THE FAV03ITE HOME REMEDY. 'Evidence UnDarallelled in the history of Medi cine" Over two thouand testimonials given for the wonderful cures made by SARSA PARILLA. Or Matchless Liver BLOOD AND KIDNEY SYRUP. Three thousand bottles sold each year by one store in Cleveland Now receiving or- i . i 1, j fi'ucis ity maw everv ciay irom Wjaii I'liri? cm uie cc-uinry. Herewith are a few of the many certificates and letters received hundreds of which we could print, if necessary, to show Fentou's Matchless Liver, Blood and Kidney Sy rup is appreciated at home. and extending over the whole country, upon its "merit only." And we claim without fear or favor it is the Vst family medicine in the world, and guarantee it the best blood and liver and kidney syrup ever produced. Send for circulars, read and judge for yourself. We will be pleased to tend a circular to any person who writes or one. HOME EVIDENCE. Extracts from letters received. RHETJMAMISM Son-e six months could not walk without the help of a crutch : tried Dhvsi- cians and many kinds of advertised cu'es without benefit. Six bottles of teuton's Matchless Syrup cured me. Capt Geo Hand. SALT RHEUM- Eiht bottles made a perfect and permanent cure. CAT-T IHOMaS fKNKINOTON. SCROFULA From infancy was treated bv the best physicians a:-d took everybody's cure, Two bottles Aiatchlets Syrup cureo me. Mrs Eliza Jones. SCROFULOUS NECK Eight years cured bv FetUonV Sarsapavllla, after trying nearly every other known remedy. Jons McijImtt, Conductor n L dr. .M S U li, Cleveland, O SALTRUKCM eleven years a l over uiyboJy: took ali t",e. i . emedies advertised, and iu the hospital. New V, twenty -veeks; could not gel cured; six ..es I rent i s Matthless fejrup cured me. George 3 wk. Cleveland, O. FEMALE WEAKNESS som ;!t rears: used ev ery alterative known ; tried the ciimato from Min nesota to Texas ; could get no relief; afar a lew month's use of Kenton's Matchless Sarsnparilla was cured complc telr. mks aty u , Ohtojst, Cleveland. O. RHEUMATISM Dr. Kenton: Having been laid WILLIAM HOLDORF, Manufactuter and Dealer in Tin, Ccpper & Sheet Iron Ware Roofing and Spouting a Speciality. Shop cor. R. ck River and Dock Sts., Rock Island. LIND, HAGERTY & CO., PRACTICAL Mili wrights 1 Contractors & Builders Of all descriptions;! rVJTill IVXfiaC'Liiiioi'v Drerfltsand Specifications for Flouring Mills Saw Mills, Distilleries and Grain Elevators cade out on short notice. Are prepared to take con tracts for building and machio y. and give pf Ton al attention to a., he details of construction. Re pairs of all kinds .otuptly attended to whcih.r or dered bv mail or in person. At the old stand of H Brooks, (new So.,) 525 No t s. Washington street, PEORIA, ILL fie 1 fwt-T"t.soi RELIANCE WORKS MILWAUKEE CC r,.?Artts 'yf .07,. V, Poiindrynien. MACHINISTS, Mill Builders & Furnishen Centennial Exhibition Prise Medal Awarded. Eagle Anvil- Works I -3. f Established 1S4 J Made at the oldest Anvil manufactory The New York Tribune, in the following sentences, virtually admits that Hayes will in this country. All English Anvils, after a lime, become hollowing on the face by continue d hammering iu use, on account of the Chrons naiure of the wrought iron -causme li to settle,' uncer tne steel. But the body of the Kagle Anvii being t f crvs tallized iron, such settling cannot occur: and the steel lace tnereiore remains perfectly 'iw. Also, it nag tne great advantage, that being cl a more take the presidency by a title WtHCb. even J bound, the piece frged receives the FULL effect ol the hammer, instead or a part of it be tig wasted Dy tne rebouuo. as with a wrougbt Iron Anvil. " Tho nKviona 1 incr is nftpn false. Nine More work can therefore be done on this Anvil . , Ti... e a. il.i I won a uammer one-min iiiiokt man rtqaireu tur i men out of ten thought it unfortunate that wmurQt iron Anvil which is more elastic. Mr. Hayes should enter the YY rate House I The working surface is m one piece oi jk&sop s Hi. r.. 1 Best Tool Cast Stei-l. accurately ground, hard Wlinaciuuueu u e. iui iw m enednd given the proper temper for the heaviest and we hone it Will, that blS greatest good I woik. The horn is of tough untempered steel. fnrtnnp in nil liia forturiRte life, is that he I The cast steel surface is warrautea to be thor- Vu- ,Aa, ;,Cfano ofe'hly welded and not to come off. Which rorce mm 10 conciliate me uesi uieu i AnTn weighing 100 ft. to soo lbs. u cts per a Of both parties. . . I Smaller AavUa, ('Minitna.") &ointi.'I5 to $8 eacn up five weeks with Rheumatism, and spent dollar after collar, my physician told me it mnst wear oa'; got up and on crntehtte as manv more weeks; was advised to gel six uotties of t enton s Sarsapa riila. Five botties cured me completely. I freely recommend the Matchless Syrun as a sure cure for Rheumati.-m. Voiirs truly, W. II Bates, t ieveland, O. 'Thousauds Bear Testimony." SCROFULOUS SORE LEG twelve years, cured by Kenton's SarsapariHa.after trying various noted blood remediee. CArT. Henry Palmer, Akron, O. SCROFULA, Cve large abscesses on body, could not turn in bed for weeks, cured by Fenton's Sar Sarsiparilla: had expended over one hundred did lars previous to using tiie Acme of Medicine, "Ken ton's Matchless." C. Field. Sodus Point, New York. SCROFULOUS N ECK, a number of ulcers, open for nine mouths; had the Dest medical advice in Cleveland. O. A f.-ien i sent me Kenton's Sarsapa rilla. Twelve bottles made a perfect and perma nent cjre. W. 11. Mers. North BSoomticld, O, Camp Ubown, Wyoming, Di e. ii?, 1ST4. RHEUMATISM Pr C K Kei,tou: The six bet' ties Sarsaparilia sent me in July hu t, cured me uf Ri.ecmalssio, fcuc only used Sve, (one got broken.) 1 had It I T lour years, auu spent nearly one tnous and dollars. v.Bth the best doctors in Montana Ter ritory Dr vious 1 have got two more customers. Piearte exeress i:ie eighteen more bottles to South Pass. Enclosed find the greenbacks. Write me to Camp Brown, as before. ours trnly, J D. WoODBVFT CONSUMPTION. Dr. C F Kenton. Dear Sir: My wife was sick two years with consumntion. we paid out over oue thousand dollars and received no benefits; 1 sent for six bottles of your Matchless yrup: sne toon it up aud supposed herself cured. Oae year from this tiu.e she felt it coming 01 sent 1 1 Capt. J; hu Varner, of Cleveland, to send me six more bottles, which completed the cure, for which we thank you, and wish to say to ali, we be lieve it the best lienovatcr and Blood Purifier iu the world. Truly, your friend Cait. Uenkv Bhock, Port Burwell, Ont, FEMALE WEAKNESS, of seveo years srandinc cured by the use of one and a hall bottles Fenton's Matcbletw tarsaparuia. Mrs. vt m. Sms. Port Hope, Mich. SALT RHEUM eighteen years; used all tha no ted humor cures without effect ; six bottles Fenton's Matchless Sarsaparilia cured me; it is a dead sure cure. u good, uuuaio, m y. -Every person should read this carefully. Dr Feuton. Cleveland. O. Dear Sir: live years ago, then tu Brazil, utn America, I there contrac ted a disease that nearly cost me my life. I was seven months iu hospitais-Spaiiish Brazilian and Buenos Avres but to no purpose. 1 then went tn Cienf uegos. Cuba, a' 3 spent sixty-lour davs in the military hospital. Th j doctors told me if l"had any friends I had better make my way to them. The Am-.ricaa Consul sent me to New York. Lat Spring it came on me again, rest iu the night was out ol the question. A friend in the St Charles Hotel here (Detroit) advised Kenton's Mate hi ens syrup; i sent ior six bottles I have only t .ken tour acc fei Derf-ctly well. I must sav it surmised me. arc that knew the condition I was in fur five ye'.rt. I freely recommend t euton's Matchless Syrao above any blood purfir in the catalogue of medicines. Y oore respectfully. Detroit. Mich. E. McKitterick. We intend to publish more wonderful evidence. Sold in Kock Island by John Bengston, E Breu Bert, T H Thomas and E Koehler. Western Agent, Van Schaack, Stevenson Reid, Chicago. Kenton M'fg Co .Proprietors, Cleveland, O Manufacturers of Superior Steam Engines, French Bun Etillstoiies n m llf n rk oast-iron waisr& bas Kina SAW MILL WORK A SPECIAIY. Cir'Ever tfc!-gia rated CtHioeu -l . on aDilicatioi -Ir.- sir ".:' ar.d t pi. ,.,-v i .... -. Dooley's Patent Combination TOE-CALKS. .i' Put up in boxes containing 25 B, each. These Toe-Calks fire tnrifif f rnm t.tT fsinvwifA from carefully telecttil randt nT N nruo v ami Swedes Iron by a special process which ensures the uuuorveaae in weiouig, together with Uu greatest durability in wear. ror sale by tu iron, steel and hardware deab-rs throughout New England Manntactnred solely "J C. F. DEWIK & CO., 3ti0 Dorchester Ave., South Boston, Mass. JCLIET STOSB A. STEEL, PROPRIETOR OF THE Joliet Stone Quarries. Kealer in the Best Quality of Dimension, Flagging. Hubble and every kind of BUILDING AND MONUMENTAL STONE. These are ihe most extei give Quarries iu this section of country, shlppiug more stone than all the o hers put together, of ali thicknesses, from two inches to fifty -two inches thick ; and jhe qnan tity quarried is so great that almost any order can be ailed on the spot.