Rock Island, Illinois, Wednesday, April 4,4877.
Established Oct 18, 1851
Railroad Time Table.
BOCZ ISLAND as CO . E. E.
Leave Hock Inland fit 9:00 . tu.. mid 4:00 p. m. Ar-1
riving at Cable at 11 :10 a. in , and 6:00 p. in.
Leave Cable at 6:30 a. m., and 18:45 p. m. Arriving
at KOCH l!uu(l at S;30 a. in., and 8:00 p. m.
R. H. CABLU, General Manager.
PEOBlA & ECCSIISLAND RAILWAY.
BnORTBST ROUTE TO IBB BAST AMD SOUTH.
Eastern Bi. 5 60 a. m. Mai ft Ex. 1 :02 p, m
Mail A fit. l'4up. m. western isx. b:m p.m.
Way Freight 6 ;S0 a. m. Way Freight 3:25 p. m.
The 6:00 a. m, train makes close connection at I
alva with CBtO, for Aledo and Kelthsbnrg.
also at Peoria with PP4J, for Jacksonville, Spring
field, St Louis and all points south and southwest.
arriving in t Lotm at Tsn) p m.
The 1 :50 train makes clove connection at Galva
with C li A i K R, for the west; arriving atQulncy
at 9:45 p m., also at Peoria with IB 4 W, and T
Y At W ., lor points east and sontneast,
J. R. Hiiaiaud, Receiver.
J... V. Mahonit, Gen'l. Tk't. Ag't.
j HAMMERED AND FINISHEDIw
7 O C G 0 O
Telegraphed to the Bock Island Argut.
C3I0ASO. fiOCS ISLAND & PAS1TI3 E. .
OOIXa BAST TUAIH8 LBAVB
At 8.35 a. m.; 4:80 p.m.: and 10:00 p. m. Trains
arrive from west as above.
019 WMUT TRAINS LBAVB?
At 6:25 a. m. ; 9:B5 a. m., and 6:00 p. m. Traill
arrive from the east as above.
ST. L07X8. SOOS ISLAM) & CHIIAQOS.E.
WHS SOUTH TRAINS LBATB
At 8 .05 a. m. and 7 :00 p. m. dally,
4UKIVB FROM ST. LO0IS
At 9:90 a. m. daily, and 9:90 p. m.
6TIBLIN& TSAIiTS LIATI
At 5:10 p. m. -
ABBIVB FROM STBHLIXO
At 9:00 a. m.
COAL VaLLET WOTM CC.'S TBAIS1.
7:05 a. m.
10:80 A. 1
8:80 P. v.
Oav Express and Mall 8:35 a m 6:00 pm
Night Expreat 10:15 pm 5:50 am
ZIMMER & STEGEMANN,
No. 1,903 Second Ave N. side Union Square,
Merchant Tailors !
II AVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE AND WELL
II assorted stock of
English and French Cassimeres,
Diagonals, Worsted Suitings, Beavers,
Doeskins, etc., etc.
AH work guaranteed and prices reasonable.
The Ausable Nails
are Jiammerea J lot, and the
Finishing and lointing
are done Cold, thus Imitating
the I rocess of Making A ails by
Hand. Qualitvis fullu Guaranteed.
For sale by all leading Iron and hard
ABRAHAM BUSSING, Sec'j,
35 Chambera St., New York.
DR. SCHENCK'S STANDARD
The standard remedies for all diseases of the
longs are Schenck's Pulmonic Syrup, Sohejjck's
See Weed Tonic, and Schenck s Mandrake Pill,s
and if taken before the lungs are destroyed, a
j speedy cure is tfTcted.
To these three medicines Dr. J. H. Schenk, of
Philadelphia, owes his unrivalled sucess in the
treatment of pulmonary disease.
The Pnlmonic Syrup ripens the morbid matters
in the lungs; nature throws it off by easy expect
oration, for when the phlegm or matter is ripe a
slight cough will throw it off, the patient has rest
and the lungs begin to heal .
To enable the pulmonic syrup to do this,
Schenk' Sea Weed Tonic must be freely used to
cleanse the stomach and liver. Schenck's Man
drake Pills act on the liver, removing all obstruc
tions, relax the ua'. ibladder, the bile starts freely
and the liver is boob recieved.
Schenck's Sea Weed Tonic is a irentle stimulant
and alterative; the alkali of which it is composed
mixes with the food and prevents souring. It as
sists the digestion by toning np the stomach to a
healthy condition, so that the food and the Pul
monic Syrup will make good blood; then the lnngs
heal, and the patient will surely get well if care is
taken to prevent fresh cold.
All who wish to consult Dr. Schenk, either per
sonally or by letter, can do so at his principal office
corner of Sixth ana arch Ms., rnuaaeipnia.
THE PEOSIA AND.ECCK ISLAND
IT COST 92,000.000 ABTO SEtT.s T-nw
HAX.P A MIX.UOZT.
B B. Cable of Sock Island is the Purchaser
Chicago, April 4. -The Peoria nnil
Rock island Railroad was sold with appur
tenances to-day at auction, under a decree
of foreclosure of the first mortgage bond-
inoiaers. to It. K. Cable, of Rock Is and.
for $550,000. subject to an incumbrance of of the
$ 150,000, conseauentlv th? first bond.
holders get only $400,000, and the second
mortgage realizes nothing. The road orig
inally, in 1870, cost $2,000,000. the amount
of bonds was a million and a half.
fur city offices. In each case the Repub-j
!icat candidate was elected. For mayor.
Heath. 30,391; Smith, 18,780; treasurer.
Larrabee, 26,154; Brings, 23,Oi)6; for at
torney. Tuthill, 27.954; Hynes, 21,577;
for clerk, Butz. 28,310; Rusbaum. 20.
886 ; The council is largely Republican,
but as in some wards party lines were not
drawn the victory ia that branch of the
government is rather one of reform than
of party. The council will consist of 28
reform members and 8 opponents to re
form. . ,
"St. Louis, April 3. One hundred and
four precincts give Overstolz C.143 major
ity. This will probably be increased to
Denver, April 3. At the city election
here yesterday the Republicans elected five
six aldermen, and the Democrats
Washington. April 4 The post office
at Jacksonville, Florida burned, fixtures
and other property saved. It was used
also for United States court and other
On account ot the absence of General
Sherman at Baltimore to attend a wed
ding, formal orders withdrawing the Col-
uinDia tor ics will not be issued till To
morrow. The president has apnoioted James II.
Mills secretary oiterritory, Montana.
Secretary McCormick entered upon the
duties as assistant secretary of the treasury
Mora Aoout A. Oakey Hall.
New York, April 4. A special
from Quebec to the Sun says the two Sut
chffesof that city are still there, hence the
"Sutcliffe from Quebec" could not have
been the Victoria's solitary passenger.
The World has a special from London
sigued L. J. J (doubtless Louis J. Jen
nings, former editor of the Times) who
says he has made a thorough investiga
tion into the truth of the report that a pas
senger by the steamer Victoria, giving his
name as Sutcliffe was Mr. A. Oakey Hall,
and succeeded in obtaining the address of
the person referred to and received a com
munication irom Hall himselt appointing
an interview. -
J. T. DIXON,
fetienK's medicines are soia Dy
throughout the country.
MAGIC OIL !
Van Schnack, Stevenson ft Reld, Wholesale Agt's
Chicago 111. Sold In Rock Island by John Bengs
ton and F. H. Thomas.
Wny let aches and pains yonr temper spoilt
A cure is sure by using
The New York Ring- Business.
New York, April 4, Great efforts to
prevent the consummation of a compromise
by the release of Tweed have been made
the past week by men still in the legis
lature and courts said to be most involved
bv expected disclosures regarding passage
of Tweed charter. Among the documents
. a rt T Oil f
in the hanas o Harper & isros. ior
future publication is said be evidence that
$250,000 was divided among five Republi
can legislators to secure the passage of
this charter. The suppression of this evi
dence, it is understood, will depend upon
the alacrity with which those who received
it repay it to the state.
THE NEWtVORS: BOOK SALES.
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The Bottom Dropping out
of the Beecher
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new secrets, arts, mysteries, money-making metu
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Our brands of Chewing are the Fountain, Cloth
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RENNE'S MAGIC OIL cures Sprains,
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RENNE'S MAGIC OIL cures Colic,
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KENNE'S i. AGIC OIL cures Congt'R.
KEN Mi'S MAGIC OIL cures Sore Throat.
"IT WOKKS LIKE A CAARM.
Dattos, Ohio, August 97,1875.
Messrs. Wm. Rennb & Sons.
Gknts Please send me at once by express one
dozzen bottles large Hize Mapc Oil. The Magic Oil
does indeed work like a charm. Six years ago
mother had a fall which came very near r suiting
fatally. She recovered her health in some degree
during the year following, but she sustained such
severe injuries, especially in her spine and left arm
nd ehouldwr, that she was nlmont helpless. Ho
ping a change of climate might be beneficial, the
spring of the second year after her fall she went to
Ltica.N. Y., to visit some relatives. While there
she obtained and used some of your Magic Oil ; it
relieved her almost Immediately, so much so tat
she came home very much improved in health and
strength, and by the free use of the Magic Oil she
is now enjoying better health than she has kuown
for ten years, and has recovered entirely from her
injuries. Mother has so much confidence in your
Magic Oil that she will not be without it.
Kespectfully yoars, Joseph E. Dixson.
Some folks seem jofceprond of telling how "lame
their shoulders are" of "my crick in the back" or
"I have pot the Sciatica" and delight in bragging
that "nothing can cure me!" but when we such
.awful folks" to use RENNE'S PAIN-KILLING
MAGIC OIL, faithfully, we not only cure their
lameness and charm away their pains, but we ac
,,oritr taW .11 tear Linri nf brae on t of them!" and
they frankly cwn up and say, "It works like a
charm." Sold by all Druggists, Merchants and
Grocers. Call for Kenne's Magic on wnere you
New York, April 4. Leavitt & Co.,
continued their scrui annual trade book
sale yesterday. The stock of Ford & Co.,
was, with the exception of a lew books,
made np if remnauts of works by the
Beecher family; all of Rev. Henrv Ward
Beechcr's books except his "Life of
Christ" were in the collection and old for
about 30 per cent, ,ff their retail priee.
The books of the other members of the
family brought even less. Fair prices
were obtained for albums and religious
A Woman Burned to Deatn toy a Villain
in Hew TorK.
New York, April 4 A supposed
Frenchmau entered a house on 27th St.,
last night and after upbraiding Lucy tree
man because of the life she wa3 leading,
lighted a match and set fire to her cloth
ing. She ran to the potior and then to
the street, where a policeman extinguish
ed the flames, but she was fo badly burn
ed that she died in a few hours.
COlumbus. O., April 3. Complete re
turns are not yet in, but it is now definite
ly known that the Democrats elect their
candidate for Mayor by a reduced majority
and the balance of their ticket except
Dubuque, Iowa, April 3. The smoke ot
yesterday '8 battle has cleared away, leav
ing victories for both parties. The Repub
licans re-elect G. B. Burch, Mayor: also
the Auditor: Assessor and one Alderman.
The Democrats elect the Recorder, Treas
urer, Attorney, Marshal and four out of
Monmouth. 111.. April 3. The city elec
tion tor Mayor and Alderman was held yes
terday. The following arc the new mu
nicipal authorities: Mayor, J. H. Holt,
Aldermen Last v ard, C. L. Buck, John
Turnbull; West Ward, W. S. Home,
J. S. Spriggs; South ward, Frank Larp,
Gaorge Sickmon. Two of the Aldermen
Mt. Carroll. 111., April 3 At the elec
tion to-day the anti license Mayor and
four Alderman were elected by an average
majority of twenty two a large giin ovor
last year. The temperance people are
Minooka, 111.. April 3. The temper
ance "ticket was elected here yerterday by
12 majority. The anti-licsnce party feel
very sore ever their unexpected defeat,
and the temperance party are rejoicing.
FREEroRT, 111., April 3. It the city
election yesterday, the Republcans won
one hail the ticket, having gained from
the Democrats the City Attorney, Sur
veyor aud Street Commisiouer. The fol
lowing gentlemen were elected: Mayor
Jacob Krohn, Democrat; City Clerk,
William Tremlor, Democrat; City Attor
Ley, O. C. Lathrop, Republican; Street
Commisioner, ABoedecker, Republican;
City Surveyor, L. Stanton, Republican;
Alderman, First Ward, A. Bergman, Re
publican; Second Ward, I. S. Startman,
Republican; Third Ward, P. Muldoon,
Champagn. 111., April3. The municipal
election in this city vesterday was very
hotly contested by the Republican for
the straight party ticket, and by al! these
opposed to partv nominations, and all
others, for a citizens' ticket, composed
from both parties. The citizens' ticket
was headed hv Mr. Henry Trevett, the
present Mayor, whose administration has
been eminently satisfactory on account of
both efficiency and economy. The battle
resulted in uivintr the Independents the
three most important officers, Mr. Henry
Trevett, of Trevett, & Green, being chos
en Mayor: II. W. Mahan. of Miller and
Mahan, City Clerk, and C. E. Hanford,
Citv Supervisor, a re-election. The Rep
ublicans elected Paul Woody, of Switzer
& Woody. Treasurer, a re-election;
Thomas M. Berry, for Marshal, a re-elec
tion; A. II. Bryan, Attorney, and J. M
healey. City hnjiineer.
complained of being very unwell. Medi
cal aid was immediately secured, Dr.
Groesbeck and Dr. llutchins being called!
iu. They did everything that could be
done to relieve the sufferings of Mr.
Heed, which death terminated at 11:30.
He died without a struggle, and was sur
rounded by his entire family. He leaves
wife, three daughters, two of whom are
married, atd a crand-child, besides a large
number of relations and others, who
mourn his loss. Captain Reed was an
Englishman, but came to his country when
but a boy. He had the honor of brmging
the first train of cars into Chicago oyer the
Michigan southern Kailroad, and has
been for over a quarter of a century con
nected with the Chicago, Rock Island and
I aciuc Railroad, during the past fifteen
years having had the entire control of the
movement ot trains.
The funeral will teke place to-morrow
at 2 P. M., from his late residence. 366
West Adams Btreet by carriages to Rose-
Will positively afford relief by external
application. It cures on the instant Neu
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Toothache, Earache, and all nervous pains,
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Sold by all Druggists at 50 cts. and $1
For sale in Rock Island by John Bengcton.
WILLIAM L. ROBINSON",
Frank Miller's Prepared Harness
is the best in the known world.
Omaha, April, 4. The City Election,
yesterday, resulted in a victory
Republicans, excepting treasurer.
Valuable Booksl Kdaa8n0dmn1
trated. Dr. S. S. FITCH'S SIX LECTURES
ON CONSUMPTION, 50 cts. Cure ot Heart
Disease, 40 cts. Family Physician 35 cts. bent Dy
I maiL Address Drs. S. S. FITCH & SON,4i) East
Twenty-ninth Street, New York. dw-eow
nam, amu . aiaa
I Belter Ooush ftyrup ib oMott nd bmi
& popular Hem? for thr Cure of Cough. Cola,
l Cnmp, Hutu li . ana Lung x rounif.
I hhftved tbc LIvwormrKrocbli liL'O." J. t
1 E Y ouman. Look P. O. 11U. "It en red bit wife 1
i aratrrtltlf cold when fverr thlMtelne full-
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Sixteen Children Burned to Deatn.
London, Aprii 4. A school house in
the Norwegian villagcof Ellengsohas been
burned and 1G children perished.
VASUiNGTON,April.4. The Signal Ser
vice observations taken at 10 o'clock this
forenoon mdicate the following weather
probabilities for this afternoon and to
Indications for the nortnwest; Areas
of rain or snow, followed by clearing
colder weather, winds shifting to westerly
and northerly, and during mgbt rising
Another Canard Extinguished.
Washington. April 2. Col. R. T. Mer
rick, one of the Tilden counsel ia the elec
toral commission case, stated to-night that
there was not a word of truth in the report
printed in Cincinnati, that a writ of quo
warranto has been procured by Mr. Tilden
against President Hayes. Col. Merrick
added that there would cenoquo warranto
proceeding, unless his distinguished client
should change his mina very materially
JOHN BUGUER, Leader.
a LL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
M and at reasonable terms.
Tti.trnrttnn. I'lvcn on all kinds of Instruments.
Head-quarters at National Saloon, on 18th street,
between First and Second avenues. Orders may
be also tent to Post Office box 1.418. M-iaaam
A Burglar's Bold Effort to Bscape from a
Louisville, April 4. Henry Johnson
the supposed leader of a band of burglars,
before commencement of his trial to-day
sought to escape by descending forty feet
from a window in the court house. He
used a smail piece of twine and had hardly
proceeded four feet when it broke, allow-
Isthe most effectual remedy Bold, is smxnry to Jng hiui to fall to a brick pavement below.
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will not grease or stain the most delicate fabric,
has a pleasant and refreshing odor. It will Imme
diately relieve and cure Kheumatism, Chronic and
Acute; JNeuraieia ami tjaiuiru, nuo buu
Swelled Face, Sore Throat, Sprains and Bruises,
Bunions and cnilolaius, Aruptiona oi me eain.
Pain in Chest, Back or Limbs, Burns and Scalds.
For sale by all lrnggists.
When picked up Johnson was discovered
to be seriously injured. A paper of pep
per and a large knife were found in his
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The Greatest Blood Pnrlfler known, everywhere
tuiitmpu ANT! A PERFECT SUCCESS I Curing
tf limner. Scrofula. Humors. Weakness, etc. In fact
11 m.iod i.iver. Bktn and Uterine diseases. Sold
by druggists everywhere. Price $1, or six bottles
for $5. 0. B. HOWE, M. D., Seneca Falls, .
Gov, Hampton Starts for Home,
Washington, April 4. Gov. Hamp
ton left early this morning for Columbia. He
KAIHEWS' Bayft tue results of his recognition would be
l.l... J!...:. -J .1. :J .( iL.
I ininn OTADPU PI flCO i me Deal vinaiBMiuD oi tne wisuuui ui iub
LI y U I LI ol AnUrl bLUOO 1 1 president's policy which would finally be
finish to all starched BUSiaineu uy me uoie uuumry.
Freshets and Fatality In ITew Bran wick.
feT, John, IN. t., April 4. lhere are
heavy treshets in this section. The mill
dam at Gaspereau was carried away and
James Caldwell and E- Morton drowned.
Mills and bridges at other places are dam
aged, and a serious loss ot life is ieared.
Gives a splendid gloss and
goods, making them whitbb and cleabkb than
wax or anything else, and prevents the iron from
eticking. Trial bottle free.
Put np in 4-OI bottles, price 15c. Sold by Gro
cers and Druggists.
A. I. MATHEWS & CO., 86 Murray St., M. Y.
In Wall Street.
$500,000 has been made in a single investment
(1UU. Tula oi course is mu xiraoruinary occur
rence ; but ordinarily $5 can realize say $25,000.
Even sum as low as $1 can be safely invetted,when
favorable result can show a profit of $5,01 o.
Circulars Hiving tuu lniormauon seui iree ny aa
dressing TAYLOR CO, Bankers,
AND TONIC BITTKtS. It will cure permanent
ly Chills, Ague. Sciatica, Neuralgia, Aionmty, an
nervous anil kldnev diseases. Every b"ttle war
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bottles $5. Send Btnmp for Cbromo free. C. B
HIIWR M. ft I'ronrletor Seneca Falls. N. Y. -
Sold by John Bengston and T H Thomas, drugf
gists, x( oca island.
puts mmm calls i
SZ5, S50.S1Q0, S2QQ, S450.
AT.TTACTF.ft FSOTSIHSZAU at CO..
Rankers and Brokers' No 19 Wall street. New York.
make lor customers investments m vonon rrivi
legec in amounts to suit, from 10 bales upwards, in
7 days, 15 days, one month, two months, three
months, and Blx months contracts, wnicn frequent
ly return from ten to forty times the amount Inves
ted. Future Contracts bouirht and Bold on a mar
gin of 54c. Explanatory Circular and Daily Report
oi me viumra maraet sent tree.
' City Elections In Various Xaocalities. .
Leavenworth, April 4. Id the munici
pal election to-day the Democrats elect the
mayor, aud the balance of the ticket being
about equally divided between the two
parties. 1 be council stands o i&epuDucans
and 3 Democrats.
Lawrence. Kas., April 3. The elec
tion to-day was very quiet, and a light vote
was cast. No party nominations were
made, the persons simply announcing them
selves through the papers as candidates
for office. Only one Democrat was elected
Chicago, April 3. Returns from the
city election up to midnight show that 90
precincts out of a total of 111. have given
Heath, Republican, for mayor, 29,147;
Smith, Democrat, 15.975; Heath's major
ity, 13,352. The rest of toe Republican
ticket, including Tuthill for city attorney,
Caspar Butz for clerk, and Larrabee for
treasurer, ia undoubtedly elected. j
Chicago, April 4. The following are
the figures of the election held yesterday,
NOTES HERE AND THSR.S.
The condition of the country roads
Weyerhauser & Denkman's saw mill
will start up in the morning.
The river raised three inches yester
day, and is now about 9 feet and a half
above low water mark and rising.
- Those who wish a list of new books
just added to the Public Library will fiod
it on the third prge of this paper.
Jim Hardin, engineer at the water
works, has at last procured a pair of hand
some deer horns, which he intends to put
on top of the water works building fronting
"The Prodigal Son" was a fraud. It
is a large exercise of charity that prevents
such a criticism of the swindle as would
probably prevent another attempt to collect
money on so small a capital ot talent as was
exhibited under such poor arrangements,
TownshipCollector Henry Heitahrends
returned his tax book to County Ireasurer
Porter this forenoon. Out of a total levy
of $117,500.22, he collected $54,214,79,
and returned as delinquent $63,285.43,
Two per cent on his collection gives him
The glass-makers' ball in HUlier's Hall
last evening was largely attended and was
a success in every respect. The manage
ment of the ball reflects much credit on
Messrs. Thos. Sealey, James Shields, N
Parks and J. Theibert, the committee of
arrangements, and also on J. Sowden, Chas.
Bryant, A. Owens and A. Conquerer, the
gentlemanly floor managers. Mrs. Aster
served one of her excellent suppers, and
Bleuer's band furnished the music-
A young brakeman named John B
Reynolds, who was employed for nearly
two years on the Davenport and Brooklyn
freight division of the C, li. i & P., was
killed at Mt. Pleasant, on Monday. He
was brakeman on a freight train, and tell
between two cars, and the entire tram
passed over him, multilating his body in
a horrible manner. His parents reside
near West Liberty, and his remains were
brought to that place yesterday.
?The usual number (13) tramps
SgOh consistency, thou art a jewel,
"Vote for J. O. Anthony." Gazette.
"Vote the straight Republican ticket."
ICapt. Reid's name was only scratch
ed 29 times out of 1,110 votes polled.
Gazette. How strange, and yet there was
no opposition candidate.
J6A school exhibition was given by the
children of district No. 2 last night at
their school house. It was arranged and
conducted by the superintendent, Mr. Beats,
aud speaks well for thatgeutleman's ability
in the theatrical line. All who had seats
l and could have an uninterrupted view of
the performance were highly pleased, but
ine crowd was so great and the house so
small that but tew were thus fortunate
Many were heard to express the hope,
the close, that the affair would be re
peated in some commodious room down
town; and no doubt it would be well
patronized if Mr, Beals could be induced
to undertake it. The exercises consisted
songs, tableaux, declamations, in
strumental music and theatrical perform
ances. Among the most noticeable was an
instrumental exercise by Erie Beals and
Colonel Oyler, both boys under ten years
f ace. loutii! Beals rendered several
auiiliar pieces upon the flute with a
guitar accompnimeut by Oyler. A dec
amation. 'Ihe frenchman and the flea
powder." by Willie McClellen was well
rendered and highly appreciated by the
audience; and several more which space
wnl not permit mention ot in this notice
Of course the irrepressibles were in the
audience as ususal, making themselves
obnoxious by their whistling and sharp(?)
remarks. At every dropping ot the curtain
they took possession of the floor and bellow
ea siang at each other across tho bouse in
such a manner as to tliseust everv decent
person in the house. If something is'nt
done to check this rowdyism before iong.
it will be impossible to have a performance
iu the uty.
LloUue Town Election.
Election passed off quietly yesterday.
and very little luterest was manifest ex
cept on the collectorship and assistant sup
ervisorsuip. lcustrooj waited away
with the collectorship with 185 majority,
although J. O. Anthony's friends made a
hard fight for huu and polled 417 votes.
Considerable amusement was occasioned
about 2 ocIock in the afternoon when
towu clerk Turner put in an appearance,
at the eneine house, had the Dolls closed.
read D. O. Keid s report, and suggested
the election of overseers of highways for
districts Nos- 2, 3. 4 and 5. The election
was proceeded with bv acclamation, not
without considerable ill-feeling and some
loud talking by a few farmers, and just
as it was being finished Deacon Tyrrell,
who had been turning leaves in a law book
all this time, informed them that it would
all have to be done ever as Turner was not
the proper person to preside over such an
election. D. V. Witter then bounsed the
table and the following overseers were
elected: District No. 2 August Johns;
district No. 3 Zach Einfeldt ; district No.
4 Horace Hunter, district No. 5 Peter
following is the yote in detail:
livld o. Keid lotu
Mm on liirscn 580
AusruBt Tinim soa
William Turner 1103
Jonathan Huntoon 1CM8
A. L. Wickstrom 602
John O. Anthony 417
John A. McDonald Si
Juvtice of Peace
Robert Kay 1090
E. Mapes 106?
N. C. Tyrell vti
Thos. Roseborough 87
Gustaf Swanson 1069
D. V Witter 104
L. E Fish 975
Daniel Frazier 978
Wm. Turner 1005
E. A. Mapes 954
N. G. Huntiy 10o5
Hirsch has nothing to brag over,
got it by a scratch only and had affairs
besn properly managed by tbe opposition
August Jiinm would be the assistant
supervisor. Moline loses by Timm's
defeat one of tbe most competent and
clear-headed supervisors ever elected from
this township. Considering the tremend
ons odds he had to contend against, he
made a gallant fight and although defeated
by a very small majority, be is not pohti
cally dead by "any means. I here are
other offices of honor and trust which the
Captain can fill and Moline will not be
slow to recognize his ability at the first
For Odd Fellows. Masons, Druids, Knights of
Pythias, Red Men, Temperance, and all
and Silver Laces, Fringes,
STARS, BRAIDS, ETC.
886 Main Street WORCESTER, MASS
LUTKE & HEHAXT,
(Successors to J, R. ZEIGLKE.
METAL & WOOD
Hoise Shoe Nails
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
215 Hamilton Street, PEOFIA, ILL
Correspondence solicited and orders prompt;
filled. LUTKE & MEHAN.
FIELD BROS., Agents. Rock Island.
QTJO CTCQTJS JESESId TAEIT.
Evidence Unoarallelled in the history of Medi
cine" Over two thousand testimonials given for
the wonderful cures made by
Or Matchless Liver
RECOMMENDED BY OVER
20,000 HORSE SHOERS
All Nails are made ol tbe bct-t
and Warranted perfect and ready for driving.
VS Orders filled promptly and at the. lowe
GLOBE NAIL COMT
HQBrOOaVTETO" SEED DRILL t'TTEW"
Hand Cultivator sow and enlnrat aU
kind vegetaDM. no woik w iu
DlCn. UU Bil ling
Price fUUD combined.
BLOOD AND KIDNEY SYRUP. Ztt.tv
Three thousand bottles Bold
each year by one store in 1
Cleveland ow receiving or-
aers oy man every aay Irom
an parts 01 the country.
Herewith are a few of the I
many certificates and letters
received hundreds of which
we could print, if necessary.
to show Fenton's Matchless
Liver, Blood and Kidney Sy
rup is appreciated at home,
and extending over the whole country. uDon its I
"merit ouly." And we claim without fear or favor I
it is the best family mediciue in the world, and
guarantee it the bi st blood and liver and kidney
eyruo ever produced. Send for circulars, read and
judge for yourself. We will be pleased to send a
circular to any person wno writes ior one.
Extracts from letters received.
RHEUM AMISM Some Blx months could not
walk without the help of a crutch; tried physi
cians and many kinds of advertised cutes without
benefit. Six bottles of Fenton's Matchless Syrup
cured me. Capt Gbo Hand.
SALT RHEUM- Eight bottles made a perfect and
Capt Thomas Pbsnisoton.
SCROFULA From Infancy was treated by the
best physicians and took everybody's cure, "Two
bottles Matchless Syrup cured me.
Mrs Eliza Jones,
SCROFULOUS NECK Eight yeara cured by
Fenton's Sarsaparilla, after trying nearly every
other known remedy. John McGinitt,
Conductor 3 L (t M 0 K K, Cleveland, V-
SALT RIIECM eleven years all over my body;
took all theil emedies advertised, and In the
hospital. New o k, twenty weeks: could not get
cured; six es of Fenton's Matchless 8rup
cured me. Gkorqk 8 1 own, Cleveland, O.
FEMALE WEAKNESS torn Hi years; need ev
ery alterative kuown ; tried the climate from Min
nesota to Texas; conia get no renei; alter a lew
month's uie of Fenton's Matchless Sarsaparilla was
Jttus att 15 , oniopt, Cleveland, o.
RHEUMATISM Dr. Fenton: Havincboen laid
up five weeks with Rheumatism, and spent dollar
after dollar, my physician told me it must wear
off; got np and on crutches aa many more weeks;
was advised to get six uotties 01 enion'e bareapa
rilla. Five bottles cured me completely. 1 freely
recommend tbe Matchless Syrup as a sure cure for
Rheumatism. Yours truly.
W. n. Bates, Cleveland, O.
"Thousands Bear Testimony."
SCROFULOUS SORE LEG twelve years, cured
by Fenton's Sarsaparilla,af ter trying various noted
Capt. Hen by Palmbk, Akron, O.
SCROFULA, five large abscesses on body, could
not turn in bed for weeks, cured by Fenton's Sar
Sarsiparilla; had expended over one hundred dol
lars previous to using tne Acme 01 j&eaicme, "i en
ton's Matchless." C. Fibld.
Sod us rolnt, new lorK.
SCROFULOUS NECK, a number of ulcers, open
for nine months ; had the oest medical advice in
Cleveland, O. A friend sent me Fenton's Sareapa-
LINDjHAGERTY & CO.,
Contractors & Builders
Of all description! of
From Ihe Chicago Journal, 3d.
Died at his residence in this city. 396
West Adams street, last night at Jl ;30,
Captain Fred Reed, of heart disease, in
the 60th vear of his age. This notice will
will cause sadness in many households, for
Captain Reed was loved and respected by
all who had the pleasure of his acquaint
ance. Yesterday morning he left bis
home apparently in good health, with the
intention of attending the funeral of J adge
Clarkson. but between 6 and 7 o'clock was
taken home, and on entering his house
New Yorlt Market.
New Yobk, April 4,
Governments Dull: steady.
O.S. Bonds 6V cent 6-30's 11
" IStifi c w
" " ltT
V. S. 10.40's
New S'B ...
Wheat Shade better; 14tf&147: Not Chicago
1 ou; sso z miiwaugec l oa.
Corn Steady ; WOol.
Pork Firm; 15 00.
Lard Firmer; 9 95.
Chicago. April 4.
blgher; unsettled; 1 384
Dttat8 and Specifications for Flouring Mills
Saw Mills, Distilleries aud Gram Elevators v ade
out on short notice. Are prepared to take con
tracts for building and machim ry. and give pr ron
al attention to a., he details of construction. Re
pairs of all kinds .omptly attended to whether or
dered by mall or in person.
At the old stand of li Brooks, (new No.,) 525 No
18 S. Washington street, PEORIA, ILL
Chesti at Street, opposite Independence H all,
S.M. HECLINGS, Proprietor.
Dally Abocs kept on file.
ST. LOUIS MO.
IN order to meet the wants of the transient pat
rous of this Hotel, rates have been reduced to
$2.50 aud $3.00 per day, according to location of
rooms. Its eminent standing will be fully main
tained in every particular.
L. A. PRATT, Proprietor
3. F. ANTISDEL Proprietor.
The present proprietors of this Eletrant Hote
Twelve bottles made a perfect and perma-1 have spared neither money or palna in tarnishing
ire. W. II. Mzars. I aud improving the house ; and with the improved
wis tievator, recently put in it cannot oe excel lea
for convenience and comfort to the traveling public
cash: 133 Mar.
Corn Firm; shade higher: cash: 42 5i May.
i Rye Unchanged.
Pork Strong and higher; 14 85 cash; 14 35 May.
Lard-Firm and higher; 9 SO cash; 9 60 May.
Whisky 1 05.
. LIVESTOCK". ; Vj
Hogs Receipts 9,500; moderately active; firm
and higher; light 5 2&&5 85; heavy mixed to pack
era 5 255 50 ; shipping grades 5 5W&5 90. .
Cattle -Steady ; receipts 4,0u0.
North Bloomfleld, O,
Camp Brown, Wyoming, Dec. 28, 1874.
RHEUMATISM Or C F Fenton: The six bot
ties Sarsaparilla sent me in July lart, cured me of
Hueumatsem, and only used eve, (.one got broken.)
I had it for lour years, and spent nearly one thous
and dollars, wsth tbe best doctors in Montana Ter
ritory previous. I have got two more customers.
Pleaxe express me eighteen more bottles to South
Pass. Enclosed find the greenbacks. Write me to
Camp Brown, as before. i ours truly.
. XI. YV OODBCPP.
CONSUMPTION. Dr. C V Fenton. Dear Sir;
My wife was sick two years with consumption, we
aid out over one tnousano Oollars ana received no
enefite; 1 sent for six bottles of your Matchless
Syrup: she took it up and supposed herself cured.
One year from this time she felt it coming oi.. I
Bent to Capt. John Varner. of Cleveland, to send me
tlx more Bottles, which completed tne cure, lor
which we thank you, aud wish to say to all, we be
lieve it the best Renovator and Blood Purifier In
the world. Truly, your friend.
Capt. Hbnby Bbock, Fort Burwell, Out.
FEMALE WEAKNESS, of seven yeara standine
cured by tbe use of one and a half bottles Fenton's
Matchless Sarsaparilla. Mbb. Wm. Sims,
Port Hope, JH1CB.
SALT RHEUM eighteen years; used all the no
tad humor cures without effect ; six bottles Fenton's
Matchless Sarsaparilla cured me; it is a dead sure
cure. F C Gooi, Buffalo, M Y.
Every person should read this carefully.
Dr Fenton. Cleveland, O. Dear Sir: Five years
ago, then in Brazil, South America, I there contrac
ted a disease that nearly cost me my life. I was
seven months in hospitals Spanish Brazilian and
Buenos Ay res but to no purpose. I then went to
Cienf uegoe, Cuba, and spent sixty-four days in the
military hospital. The doctors told me if I had any
friends I had better make my way to them. The
American Consul sent me to New York. Last
Spring it came on ma again, rest In the night was
out of the question. A friend in the St Charles
Hotel here (Detroit) advised Fenton's Matchless
Syrup; I tent for six bottles. I have only Uken
four and am perfectly well. I muet say it surprised
me, ana au that knew the condition I was In for
five yetre. I freely recommend Fenton's Matchlesa
Syrco above any blood purfier in tne catalogue of
medicines. Yours respectfully.
Detroit, Mich. E. McKittorick.
We intend to publish more wonderful evidences,
, Sold in Rock Island by John Bengston, K Breu:
nert, T H Thomas and E Koehler.
Western Agents, Van Schaack, Stevenson A Reld,
FntM'fg Co, Proprietors, Cleveland, OP
ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN,
Opposite City Hall, Park. Court no use, and New
All Modern Improvements, including Elevator
itooins, f 1 per day and opv
T. J. FRENCH
A BROS,, Proprietors.
Corner of Chambers Street, and West Broadway,
ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN.
First-clafS accommodations for 400 guests. Loca
ted conveniently to business and placet of amuse
ment. Cars from all depots pass the door. Rooms
from $1 to $5 per day. Newly and handsomely fur
nished aDd decorated.
N. A 8. J. HUGGIS. Proprtetora.
N. Huggins, formerly of Manha ten HoteL S. J.
Hugging, formerly of Love joy's Hotel.
Fourth Ave. Ccr. 14ta St,,
New York Cifry-
American and European Flan.
Theeentral location of the "Ashland" makes it
a very desirable place for strang-rs, oeing one
block from Madison Park, also Broadway, and only
a short distance from any of tbe principal place
By taking either 23d St., cross town, or Fourth
Avenue Street Cars, access may be had direct from
the door, to any part of the city.
MR. EDWARD A. JOHNSON,
will be found in charge of the office, where he baa
presided for eight years, and will not fail to give
satisfaction to guesta.
Room and Boabs $2,00, fi,50 sad $3 per Day.
Rooms $1 per Day and Upwards.
H. H. BROCKW AT, Proprietor.
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