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Rock Island, Illinois, Thursday, May 17, 1877. Estainshed Oct 18, 1851 Railroad Time Table. &0CS ISLAND St HZ&SEll CO., B. E. Leave Rock Island at 9 :00 a. m., and 4 :00 p. m. Ar riving at Cable at 11 .10 a. m., and 8 :00 p. m. Leave Cable at 6:30 a. m., and 18:45 p. tn. Arriving at Rock Island at 8:S0 a. m., and 8:00 p. m. R. R. CABLE, General Manager. PEOEIA & E0:i::SLAND SA.ILW.iY. ("IIOI1TSST ROFTB TO IBB A8T AUD 80T7TH. tun ABRIVK. Bactern Kt. 5 90 a.m. Mail A Ex. 1:02 p,m Mail A Ex. 140 p.m. w estern b.x. 5:S5 p. m. Way Freight 6;a. m, Way Freight 3:35 p.m. The 6:00 a. m. train makes close connection at nlva with O B & O. for Aledo and Keithsbnrsj, io at Peoria with P P & 3. for Jacksonville, Spring eld. St Lonls and all points south and southwest, arriving In 8t Lonls at 7 :00 p m. The 1 :50 train makes close connection at Galva with C B & Q R R, for the west; arriving attorney at 0:45 p m., also at Peoria with I B & W, and T P A W., for points east and southeast, J. R. Hiixiabd, Receiver. . V. Mahomt, Gen'L Tk't. Ag't. saiciao. boss island & pacific b. a. oixa IA8T tbatub lbatb At 8.35 a. m.; 4:80 p.m.; and 10:00 p. m. Trains arrive from weet as above. HOBSE NAILS ham m tutu an u r i mbMtu'a 6 6 7 T 8 9 0 f t l) S W V JLLJ OIKS WBST TRAINS LliVI At 6.25 a ;m.; 9:55 a. m., and 6:00 p. m. arrive from the east aa above. Train ST. LOUIS. SOCS ISLAKD ft CHICAGO E. B. MOtWO SOUTH TBAIK8 LBAVI At 8 :05 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. dally, abkivb rom s. loots At 9:) a. m. dally, and 8:50 p. m. simmo nms lxatx At 5:10 p. m. ABBIVB FROM STBBL1XS At 10:40 a. m. COAL VALLEY CC.'S TBAIKI. The Ausablc Nails are Hammered Hot, and the Finishing and Pointing are done Cold, thus Imitating the Process of Making Nails by Hand. Quality is fully Guaranteed. For sale by all leading Iron ami hard ware houses. ABRAHAM BUSSING, Sec'j, 35 Chambers St., New York. SPECIAL NOTICES. LB AVI. 7:05 A. at. (-2:00 M. ABBIVB. 10:30 A. tC 8:S0p. m. WSSTEEE UNION BAILBOAD. LBAVB ABBIVB Out Express and Mai) h:40 aw 6:00 am Nlht Express 10:15 p 5:55 pm The night express leaving Rock Inland every 8 ond ay night at 10:15 connects wiih the train arri ving in Chicago early Monday morning. No lay over checks given on throsg'i ticket from Rock Inland to Chicago. Through ticket only good on this nam. AETISTIC TAILORING ZIMMER & STEGEMANN, No. 1,903 Second Ave N. side Union Sqaarc, Merchant Tailors ! The most extraordinary discovery in the World u th Oreat Arabian Remedy for Man and Beast H. G. FARRELL'S CELEBRATED ARABIAN LINIMENT. Is well known to possess the miwt wonderfully healing, penetrating and stimulating properties. and by its promptness in effecting cures, which Drevionelv ha icsisted all other medicines, ad ministered by the most scientific physicians, has placed it far beyond any similar remedy ever In troduced to the people of the United States. It stimulates the absorbents to increased actiou, aud thus enables nature to throw off disease It pene trates to the bones, adding strengtn and activity to the muscles It is powerfully anodyne and there by allays nervous irritation,proouciug a aeiigntiut ly pleasing sensation tnrougn me wnoie irame a lug H AVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE AMD WELL assorted stock of English and French. Cassimeres, Diagonal?, Worsted Suitings, Beavers, Doeskins, etc., etc. tA.l work guaranteed and prices reasonable. HE G ALIAS. WILLIAM L. ROBINSON, MANUFACTURES OP EEGALIA For LODGE SUPPLIES, Odd Fellows. Masons, Druid. Knights Pythias, Ked Men, Temperance, aud all Of other Socleli w. HEALER IN and Silver Laces, Fringes, feTAKS, BRAIDS, ETC. 8S6Main Street, WOUCESTKR. MASS Gold ROOT BEER. KNAPP'S Extract ofEoots FOR MAKING ROOT BEER. The attention of Drugg'sts and Beer Maker is rAllHrl to the above named preparation. One of the healthiest and pleaantert beveiages known is made from this Exiract.the reputation of which has been well established for over HO years, and the in creased sales fur it In those localities where it has been used fully indorse it meritee. This Extract, from which ttie popular Beverage known as KNAPP'S ROOT BEER is made, is put up in bottle at 25c ., 50c., f 3, and in half gallon aud gallon cans 5 and $10 each, which makes respectively. 10. 2tm, "0 and 800 gallons ol Beer. General Depot, Stii Hudson Street NEW TOKK And sold by all Wholesale Druggists and Talent Medicine Dealers at manufacturer priceB. For sale in Kock Island by John Bengston. Insurance Company, OF NEW TORE. CHARTERED 1S25. SiattX T. SKIDXORE, President. HESBT A. OAKLL1, Vi- President. ouritlcs and neutralizes that poisonous, corrosive principle which renders old ulcerous sores so diffi cult to heal: it therefore is pecHllarly adapted to tueir speeay cure, i uis jjiumeut irom us pene trating and strengthening qualities has been found lo be a specluc tur raraiysis or i-aisy, v niteswell iues and diseased joints, and in fact all complaints involving the muscular system. It has cur d cases of Rheumatism of twenty to thirty year standing and affections of the Spine wherein tbe entire spinal column was so crooked and distorted that t he t-atient coulct not waia or staua witnoni arun cial suDDCrt. N umerons cases of Palsy have been cured when the flesh had withered, leaving nothing but the dried skin and bone, and the limbs totally without use or feeling. For children with Croup it is of inestimable value, rubbed and. bathed over the throat and chest. If applied freely on the chest it never fails to give relief in the severe cpugug at tending Consumption, Asthma aud Coins. Jt hea wounds speedily will cure Scaldhead, Mange, etc. Planters and farmers will find it a most valuable medicine to be applied to horses and cattle for Sprains, Bruises, Lameness, Still Joints. Sweeney, Dry Shoulder, m ounds. Burns, spina, criatis or Galls, Hardened Knots on the. flesh, etc. LUuK OUT FOH COUNTERFEITS! The public are cautioned against another coun ten'elt, which has lately made its appearance.callei W. B. Fan-ell's Arabian Liniment, the most danger oas. of all the counterfeits, because his having the name of Fan-ell, manv will bny it in good faith without the know ledge that a counterfeit exists, and they will perhaps only discover their error when the spurious mixture has wrought its evil ef fects. The Pennine article ia manufactured only by II Q. Farrel. sole Inventor and proprietor, and whole sale druecist, No. 17 Main street, Peoria, Illinois to whom all applications for Agencies must be ad dreaaed. Be sure you yet it wnn ttie letters it. i before Farrell s thus H. G. FARKELL'S and his sisuature on the wrapper, all other are couute feits. Sold by ail druggists and by regular authorized agents throughout the United States. r?Price 25 and 50 cent, aiid f 1 per bottle. AcJKXTS WANTED in everv town, village an hamlet In the United Statss, in which one is not al ready established. Address II. (. Farrell as above, accompanied with good character, responsibility etc. 4 UJU4UdJk aktLW. Telegraphed to the Hod Island Argus, Fire in Toulon. 1877 Toulon, May 1 api-viai w auck 1HIBOQ Argus. At 4 this A. M. a fire was discovered in J. Mulick's saloon, which spread in spite of all they could do, and burned H. Price's harness shop; Harrington's dry goods store; Layman s grocery store; W.D. James's tailor shop; Burd & Co's. dry goods store: Geisenheyner's hardware store ;Gumbauer & Seeg's dry goods store md the Maaouic Jail. Losses range Irom 2,000 up to $25,000 on stocks. Insurance on stocks and buildings light, the bnilJines were mostly frame and old. FOREIGN NEWS. London, May, 17, The Russians seem to be in great difficulty about transporta tion; the small Russian country carts are scarcely suited to military pur poses. All through tthe winter the work of supplying the Russian military trains with carts and wagons has been going on, still one of the first things done ty the lussians after entering Roumania was to apply to the government of that country lor 3,000 carts to meet this demand. Transportation by railway, too, seems to be giving rather more trouble than was anticipated, ihe moving of material ia found very insufficient aud what little can be spared from Russia is not available on account of difference of gauge. lurkish troops purpose a movement against tbe llerzegovinion insurgents Thousands of Christian refuges are ex pected across the frontier to acguieot the number already iu Dalmatia and who al ready are actually dying of starvation THE RUSSIAN FLEET LEAVES HEW TOB.K. Formal Salntea Fired. TXMM'S HALL, New York. May 17. Two fricate.s of j -n . .. this morning. aDd steamed down the river On neariuK the bay at the Battery the U. S. frigate Minnesota hoisted flaes. her sailors manned the yards and she opened batteries and saluted the Kussians. thev resnondinw On nrnreerlina dnnrn tlia Viaw cents, two , . - j i , to sea the different forts on the route sal- a store. uted, to all of which the Russians rea pood- $SFThe colored people's festival ed gun tor gun. At JI,d0 both vessels occur at Reese s Hall to-night. age." Colorsd musical drama, by the Hyers Sisters and nine other talented artists. Admission 50 cents. Reserved seats 75 days (in advance, at Morris's 16d3t will had passed out to sea New York, May 17. The third ves sel of the Russian fleet is now (noon) pass ed out to sea. When Roughs Fall Out, Etc, San Francisco, May 17. The Council of Thirteen ot the Order of Caucassians have expelled from the order P. S. Dor- ney, clnet orsamzer ot the order and he, yesterday, in return, preferred criminal charges against the members of the Coun cil to the grand jury of bacramento Co., and says he will expose the secrets ot the order which has been engaged in illegal and criminal proceedings. Weather Probabilities. vice observations taken at 10 o'clock this sPe,l'er J8D. C. McGregor returned home yes terday Irom a trip west for Deere & Co. SS?Vm. Teller placed a new fence around his livery stablo and yard yes terday. fifeS"!!. O. Whipple's stock of groceries was being sold bv the constat) e at auc tion today. SST-Nick Ziegler. the iovial blacksmith. went to Geueseo last night to shoe a num ber ot trotters, A. P. Fisk's among the rest. S5aH)rop in at the temperance billiard hall and -play a civil game. Only 15 cents. Tables first-class. 17dlt. J5fA temperance meeting at the Con gregational church this eveniog at 7:30. J. S. Connor, of DavenDort. will be the forenoon indicate the following weather probabilities for this afternoon and to night: indications for northwest, falling, fol lowed by rising barometer, warm south- 8The Moline editor of the Gazette has another assistant. Yesterday morning, L. E. Fish was made the hanny f attier of a five pound boy. JggrIt seems too bad that a fellow can't with possibly cloudy or cloudy weather and rain areas. The O. A.B, as Frll cjf Hate aa Ever Baltimore, May 17. At a public meeting lust night a resolution directing the execu tive committee of the Grand Army of the New lORK, May 17. A special to the '. Republic to have prepared a suitable Times from Giurgevo, sys a great battle I floral memoral to be placed upon the Con- TO ALL, FARTICULARY INVALIDS. Spring is a trying season. Indications of sick ness should at once be attended to. Fatal diseases may be caused by allowing the bowels to become constipated and the system to remain In a duor- dered condition, rntil the disorder has time to de- veloo Ijsclf. An ounce of prevention is worth a ponnd of cure, is an o'.d and truthful saying. Therefore, we advUe all who are troubled with the eomplalnU ilow very prevalent -headache, indiges tion, disordered liver, want of appetite, nausea, or feverish sklu, to take, without delay, Schenck's Mandrake Pills. We know of no remedy so harm less and decisive in its action. It at once strikes at the root of the disease and produces a healthy toDe to the system. People never need suffer from any disease arising from a disordered condition of the liver If they would take this excellant medicine when they feel the fl'st indications of the malady Families leaving home for the summer months should take three or four boxes of these pills with them. They have an almost instaneous effect. They will relieve the patient of headache in one or t hours, and will rapidly cleanse the liver ol surrounding bile, and will effectually pievent bilious attack. They are sold by all Druggist. is impending and already heayy cannon ading is in progress. For several days the Russians have been concentrating a large torce at this point preparatory to a forced passage of the Dauube. The army is in fine condition and good spirits. Opposite us, in Ruttchuk, the lurks are in strong force. Thit they will resist our advance is certain and to-morrow or day alter may witness a bloody struggle. The mlactiy force is present in great numbers and as I write are ou the march, while great activity prevails m all departments ot the army, btvere musketry firing is heard on either side of the lanule. Already Turkish monitors are hurrying toward this spot and the more advanced ones are tak ing up positious in front ot or near to the point where the Russians hope to lay their pontoon bridge, To-night the seme on the Danube is indeed a magoiGoent one. Shells are bursting in air, distant camp fires lend enchantment to the scene and signal rockets ascend and fall and tell the story of advancing forces, The cannonade grows heavier and heavier and at this rate it will not take long to destroy Rustchuk. The place is weakest in the quadrangle of the Turkish fortresses. Further down the river the sky is reddened by the flames of burning Turtukai town whii li has been firod 1 y Russian guns in Oitcnitz. It will be comparatively easy for the Russians to cr?ss at that point. Headquarters of the left wing are still at Ibrail. News has just reached us that Matchin, some five miles distant from that point, has been set on fire by the Russian artil lery, Chicago. May 17. The Times London suecial says: A correspondent of this bureau, expelled Monday from the lines of the Russian army, telegraphs irom lenna inf agre reports from the Danube enforced by Russian staff. All matter is scrutinized and not a line permitted to pass mentioning the number, disposition, or ideutity ji forces. Civilians approaching the army are keDt under rigid surveillance, All contraband statements are burned and the writers are warned once. Near Galatz the writer says the Russians had projected prodigious lines ot fortifications behind which were assembled thirty divisions aggregating one hundred and seventy five thousand infantry, fifteen thousand cavalry and a great mass of artillery, hence south westward to OlteniUa the army forms a continuous fiout embracing a total of four hundred and fifty thousand men, To westward at a distance of from one to three miles from the Danube a thinner line stretches to Widin. Reinforcements were pouriDg in mainly on the left and centre, the Roumauiau levies being used to mask the Russian movements and every artifice adopted to lull into the belief that no for midable movement will be attempted on the Danube. It was asserted by the Rus sian camo that the army of Caucasus was to peuetrato lo the eastern shores ot federate monument in Loudon park ceme tery was rejected by a yote of GO to 12. Bankrupts. New York, May 17. Marlot. Still- heimer & Co., ribbon manufacturers, of Patterson, N. J., have been adjudicated involuntsry bankrupts, Liabilities $100,-000. One Less Wile Murderer. Philadelphia, May 17. Quidy the murderer, was hanged this morning. He met his fate with resignation and died without a struggle. The briJge committee of the city aouncil visited the city bridges over the Ivock river to-day. Gideon Fuller, livinal'm Davenport. but an employe of Anawalt, Denkman & Co's. saw mill, had two fingers of his left hand taken off the other day while at work with the shingle saw. Rock Island Market. Rock Island, May 17. FLOUR AND GRAIJ. Winter Wheat flour, ft bbl. wholesale.flO 10 60 Family brands. " " 9 B0i&9 So Second quality " " .. 8 80 Cornmeal, " " .. a 60 Retail one dollar above these orices. Good Minnesota XXX Warner's Mill, retail 9 40 vv neat 1 651 68 24S28 4tl45 70&75 1 SO 3 00 8 20c $ ft. erly,; yeeryiog to colder northwest winds, drop papers and letters off the train for his girl without people watching and find ing fault about it, 5f Lodgers on Henry street sleep in peace now, No more is heard of the fran tio wails of the widow and fatherless, and the neighbors give thanks. 4Moline must be a fruitful field for officers. This morning Marshal Hawes, Sheriff Perkins and a oonstable from Rock island were on our streets for some time, JKS?The street committee, Mayor- V heelock.and Street Commissioner Kerns will meet at City Clerk Walker's office to night, to report the result of recent inves tigations of the condition of streets, BSrLast week the saloon keepers were &4UL1UV4 IM4L UU1CAH lUCIl 11UCUSCB WCIC taken out and paid for within a week they would be closed up. All complied with the demand except four, who were order ed to close their doors this morning, but it is expected that they will take out licen ce to-day or to morrow and open up again. $QrA certain artist, who lives on Henry street aud owns a fast horse, says he is goiui; to leaye town because he can't exer cise his horse or d'ive up a back street at a moderate jiac-e without everybody haviug something to say about it and he is going where he can get the speed out of that animal. People ought to think of the dif ference between his and common quadru Barley Oats Corn Bye THE GROCERY Potatoes, White Beana (navy) Eggs $ doz , Butter Choice Dairy. lb Cheese, St) tioney Apples 6(K&75 W bu. Cabbage 1 00 $ doz Celery 4060 MEATS. Cattle Common, per cwt. 4 O04 50 Hogs Live, per cwt 4 505 00 Dressed ', 6 CO Calves Live, per cwt 5 00 Sheep Live, per cwt 4 50 Lard 12Miai5 POULTRY. Chickens, dressed 810c 1? ft Tnrkeys, " 1012e " Uiicks, " 8c " Chickens, live i 00 25 $ doz i urneju, 7 uil Ducks, " S5 " Mallard Ducks 25S 50 " Quail 1 25 " Grouse 2 503 00 " WHO turtles 1 50 each HIDES. Green Cured 77i4 Dry Flint 12 Green Country 7 Green Calf 1011 uamagea, scored or gruDoy i price. Branded, 10 $c off. HAY. Timothy, $ ton S! frame, " 5T Slongh, " 56 WOOD. Hickory, $1 cord 5 an5 50 Oak, " 4 5U&5 00 COAL. . ' Market Square li At Yarda 10 New YorJz Market. New York, May 17. FINANCIAL. Gold 1 07. Money 22H. Governments Lower. O. S. Bonds tiV cent 5-ill's 2ANUFACTUKEE!L ill WIT MANUFACTURERS OP POINTED, POLISHED AND FINISHED Horse Shoe Nails RECOMMENDED BY OVER 20,000 HORSE SHOERS AH Nails are made ol the bebt NORWAY IRON, and Warranted perfect and ready for driving. Orders filled promptly and at th lowe rates by GLOBE tfAIL COMT BOSTON. LIND, HAGERTY & CO., Ihe western morning passenger train peds before censuring so severely, on inej. a. J. ot, r. roaa, tnis mornine,aiu not arrive and was abandoned owing to the wreck of a freight train west of l)es moinos. The train for Chicago to u'ght will leave on titue. JSYesterday morning, Dr. Morey told an Argus reporter that he was going to take Engineer Asterland and visit the cisterns; and at once started to do so. but for some reason or other they did not bo, The reporter, however, did not see Dr. Morey again and last night stated that he had visited the city cisterns. This morning the Union says: "Dr. J. VV. Morey, chief of the fire department, and fjngmetr Asterland inspected the city cisterns yesteraay. w nere aid tne union get its information. jSsa?About 6 o'clock last eveoinz. while Henry Sohrbeck, Deacon Riohards's part- ..... 1 ,, . ,,,;n 1 1. : . 1 a . 1 . c a iTTnat pvnnnw nt tnrp hfnil ttwca n "" "iw uvi iu"j a uuiviu ui masculine look that from ,,4 creosote the bottle being very thin, was uiuacu iu ins uauu uiiu me uweriui bciu found its way to his face and eyes. Dr, Morey was called immediately and relie vea tne sunerer lor tne time being by an application of oil. He was taken to his home at the foot of the bluff on Lynde street. It was feared last night that his eyes would be badly injured, but this morning he is getting along finely, and although he will suffer severely for a few days, his eyes will not be injured. Henry is one of the most obliging business men in Moline and the writer joins with his many friends in wishing him a speedy recoveiy. THE RIVERSIDE CEMETERY SUPERINTENDENT. The notion that high foreheads, in wo men as well as men, are indi.-pensable to beauty, cauir : into vogue with phrenology, and is going out with the define of that "science." Not long ago more than one fine lady shaved her head to give it an intellectual appearance; and the custom of combing the hair tack from the forehead probably oiicinated from the same mis taken ambition. When it is considered that bold (forehead) comes the word "effrontery," it will not be wondered that the anoient painters, sculptors and poets considered a low forehead "a charming thing in woman," and, indeed, indispensable to female beauty. Horace praises Lycoris tor her low forehead tenuis frons); and Martial commends the same grace as decidedly as he praises the arched eyebrow. New York Evening Mail. The Debris of the System Must either pass through its natural chan nels of eit, the bowels, the kidneys and pores or, in default thereof, poison and dis order the fluids of the system. In order to effect the complete expulsion of this dangerous refuse, the organs through which it passes off must be active and un obstructed. Fortunately there is a certain means of rendering them so when they ore not. Ilostetter's Stomaoh Bitters stimu- i8si old.. 18U6 m w. 1H67 lt8 ..1.15?i ..1.08?. 111?. 1.14H PRACTICAL O. S. 10.40 New 5's Currency 6's COMMERCIAL. No Commercial market telegraphed id to 5:00 o'clock this afternoon. Millwrights ! Ciiicago jdarnet. Chicago. May IT. Wheat Unsettled; closing easy; 160 oagh: 1 Ol'-i Jane. Corn Unsettled; firmer; 50?i June; 53?8 July. Oau Steadier; 41 J4 cash. Kye--82i. Harley Unchanged. Pork Ouiet aud weak; closing firmer; 13 S7!4 14 00 cash . Lrd Steady; 9 15"3.9 174 June. Whisky 107. LIVE STOCK. Hogs Receipts 11,000; very dull; nearly noml nal; common to choice light SUO&515; do pack inir 5 0txa5 SO : shippers 5 2U&5 50. cattle uuiet: receidta 4.3uu; common to cnoice 4 50&5 75 ; common to good stock ateera 3 50&5 M). St. IiOnis Market. St. Louis. May 17. Wheat Lower to sell; No 2 fall 2 00 bid cash; No a, 1 81 bid. Corn Lower; 49 cash; 49 June. Oats Lowerj 42 bid. Kye 7t bid. Whisky -1 07. Pork-14 45 bid; 15 43 June. , Lard Nominal. LIVE STOCK. Hogs Receipt 4,000; easy ; 4 505 00. Milwaukee Market. 5I''.waukke, May 17 Corn -Steady ; 54. Oatg 40. Kye 94. Barley 83. AMUSEMENTS. Dart's Hall. MISS JBIIE BUTTON Will give a COIN CERT AT DART'S HALL, KOCK ISLAND, ILL, Contractors & Builders Of all descriptions of Mill Machinery . DrtV,aUand Specifications for Flouring Mills Saw Mills. Dietilleriea and Gram Elevators trade out on short notice. Are prepared to take con tracts for building and machinery, and give pe rson al attention to a., be details of construction. Re pairs of all kinds .omptly attended to whether or dered by mall or in person. At the old stand of II Brooks, (new No.,) 525 No t 8. Washington street PEORIA. ILL WILCOX Sum PLATE COMFY. Slitno Rooms, 21 Maiden Lane, N. Y. Factories, West Meriden, Conn. Manufacturers of Plated Tea Sets His Complete Vindication. To all to whom it may concern: Whereas several weeks since some party or parties, to the undersigned un- I known, did Ithrough the public news papers make various general and vague late the action of the excretory organs, and charges of negligcnco or incapability on t, tTn;,,., Bpr.ii warmth thrmiffh th th?P?" ol tbe apriDtendent ot Kiver Insures Against Lo:s cr Tamao ly Tin. rOBPOLKi EH APPLY HAYES & CLEAVELAND, Agents. Kock Island 111". mm. mm. mm mt 1 mmm mm nnrlf?r43 wan MiiwJKiliJJ Liilliliu of age, send The Kussians speak of forces on the Dan FINANCIAL Cilia (lnmOrArn A 1 l1! In A n n i-1 ii t:n lii i i diu v-ivvui i, iiuuiyii Auuucit n uia thn Rnanhnrona and Wo the armv ot the cireuiauou, eucuu.ugc muue.atc Fi'iu- WHEREAS, over four weeks siuce. we. r .- . - .. 1. II , . 1 IT - l . t - ,1 f I ., , . , , . .. Danube an open road through the Ualkans. ifn. uy tins tnpie euect me exouus 01 ino unaersignetl, annonncea tnrougn tne tne loecai anu otner waste matters re eu-1 newspapers tnai it any one would preler stamp for confident K. 1). eLAKKK. 18i Apr U (ini,vinil tn mnWe irretrievable SteDS VTfiTTMR ?L8l bnL and Austria haye Wobk" onNervom and Frivate Diseases. Aooreas been aipiomaticawy Deuirauzeu. xaunug h riUk8sLfch7-"TalUe" Dr' "he as the army of England employing its couraged, and the system freed from peril written charges against said superitendent , a. ciark si. i .ayo. Use against the latter conDtry, its comman- it would otherwise incur, The action of we would investigate said charges within tne Dowels wnicn ioiiows tne use 01 mis torty-eight hours thereafter, and SPECULATION In Wall Street. 500,000 has been made in a single investment J100. This of course is an extraordinary occur rence; but ordinarily $5 can realize say 2S,000. Even earns as low ae f 1 can be safely inveted,waen favorable result can show a profit of to WS. Circulars giving full Information sent free by ad dressing TAYLOR & CO, Bankers, No. 11 Wall St., N. Y. The reliable house of ALEX. FROTHINGHAM & CO., No. 18 Wall street. New York publixn a handsome eight page weekly paper, called the Weekly Financial Report, which they send free to any address. In addition to a large number of edi torials on financial and other topics, it contains very full and accurate reports oi tne saies ana etanding of every stock, bond and security dealt in at the Stock JUchauge. Messrs. Fbothinoham & Co., are extensive brokers of large experience and tried Integrity. In addition to their stock broker age business, tbeysell what are termed "Priviligee" or "Puts and Calls," now one of the favorite meth ods of legitimate speculation. Tbetr advice is val uable, and by following it man) have made for tunes. New York Metropolis. DOWN WITH HIGH PRICES. CHICAGO SCALE CO.. 63 4 70 W. Monroe Street, CHICAGO, ILL. Chicago Chicago. Mbdical Institute, ISO 8. Clark St., iiti are subscribed bv correspond ents upon the back of which is printed his photograph and a duplicate lett at bead- quarters. liuCHAREST, Slay n. me uonstantr nople telegrams which reported that fight iag had beeu going on in Dobrudsha were unfounded. No engagements have oe cumd between the Russians and the Turks in Europe except on the line of batteries between Ibrail and Ismail. It U probable the Roumanians will cross the Danube. London. Mav 17. The Telegraph s spe- I inilin CTARPU HI n,s' 1 cialfrom Erzeroum. Monday.aays: "lius uiywiu oin..u.. . giaD8 haV3 aJvanoed to Kara Kalisa beneficient alterative is easy and unaccom panied by griping, and its stimulative effect upon the urinary organs very con ducive to their local health. A. CAKD. To all who are suffering from the errors and in - discretions of youth, nervous weakness, early de cay, loss of manhood, &c, I will send a recipe that will cure you, FREE OF C1IARGE. This great remedy was discovered by a missionary in South America. Send a self -addressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph T. Iksan Station D, Bible House New York City, MATHEWS' Nice Ruling don at The Argus Bindery, Leaye ore ers at the counting room, ti MineratSprings Ark., March 9, '76. Shallenberirer's Pills are the most effect ual Ague medicino we ever sold; we could name several cures after all other remedies failed, Miilner & Parker. 422d&w Gives a splendid gloss and finish to all starched goods, making them whiter and clearer ttan wax or anything else, and prevents the iron from sticking. Trial bottle free. Putnp in i-oz- bottles, price 15c. oia oy gro cers and Druggists. A. I. MATHEWS & CO., 85 Murray St., N. Y. 10 great force. Turks will confront them at Topenak Kul.i. Both armies are preparing for pitched battle, The Grant Family And So Forth New York, May 17. The president 11T m.T a 1 whereas, mo one nas preterred any such tharges, but on the contrary even those who were ungrateful enough to make such vague insinuations have studi ously avoided the light lest the cloven foot miffht annear. anil Whereas, We the undersigned, have carefully made investigation as tar as pos siblo into the such vague and general in mtiuations to ascertain it tnere was any cause or foundation for the same; now, Therefore, we exhooorate the said su perintendent from said vague and genera! insinuations, and declare that, while like all ot us, he is liable to make some mis takes, yet that he has ably, honestly and conscientiously performed the duties of his office ; that he is a man who has spent Assisted by Mrs. Alice Dutton-Atwill, Mrs. Ferdinand Smith. Mv. J. Strasser. Dno -Romance For Piano and Violin. Beethoven. Le Piano accompany ment Ran. Mrs. Atwill and Mr. Stratser. Piano Solo Grand Value Chopin. Mrs. Alice Dutton-Atwill. S Song O mlo Fernando(La Favori'a) Donizetti. Miss Dutton. Duo Concertant For Piano and Violin. Hellmesberger. Mrs. Atwill and Mr. Strasser. 5 -Song-Birds that Come In the Spring. sir J uiius ijeneaict ' Miss Dutton. Violin Obliirato Mr. Strasser. 6 -Piano Solo Grand Transcription of March. (1 aunhauser) L.lszt. Mrs. Alice Dutton-Atwill. 7 Song Where is Heaven Felix Marti. Miss Dutton. Duo for Piano Mrs. Smith and Mrs Atwill. Piles-ItchinglPiles. ... , 7 i ti; mj;, years in the "old country" under able pro Posttively cwredaho Blind and Bleeding fesgor8jn the 8tud and p;acticeof landscape Piles, Fistula, bait Rheum, and all dis- oaranniT. that u tn na rMnnimJ. eases ot the bkin, by the use ot nn. , . (i:ninmaa frnm lhfl schools where he graduated, but also with TmmNn Prr crn(rallv Tirfit-ndprl hv U commission showing that he held the -w"-- - o j r I n it . iSELLERS' LIVER PILLSi i Seller. Uvr pill. kv ioo4 tor TWrty rn J i sunaara tummy ror tne car. or Ltver i;ompiiQi, i i iutmmi, Bick Hnaicu, u4 lul Lwauge- i i bicdu ot toe ijiver. i " teller.' vermlriure. th. crest Worm le f rtrOTer.'smellwl 400 1mm. live worm from mT 1 1 child. S Tan old. Wm. Barrer. 8t. Lh. Ma. Price I wb 36o. If roar druggiM don't keep them, aead for 1 left tor Washington this morning. Philadelphia, May 17. Gen breakfasted wilh Governor Ilartraft, Senator Cameron, Gen. Sherman and Hamilton Fish and then took a short ex . . . . - - !.l cursion on a steamer, up tne river witu a few invited guests. People on shore and on shipping cheered lustily and mam festations ot pleasure were treely indulged a moisture like perspiration producing a TAVTT llQQ rWOOaltlA fl FlJ 1 1 i C t rAQill 11 0 1 1 .1 ll 1 ,1 ?T ,rar particularly at night, after getting warm in bed. iNo humbug as a trial will prove. For sale by all respectable druggists. ItOSSMAN & MClVINSTRW Hudson, N.!., Proprietors. Sent by mail Tor 50 cents. IF YOU HAVE A COUGH, position of chief engineer of the Koya! Prussian Gardens. Dated at Moline, Illinois, this 17th day of May, A. V. 1877. Jonathan Hontoon, J. M. Gould, Wm. H. Edwards, Board of Directors of Rivorilde Cemetery, Camphorine ! Is the most effectual remedy sold, is a luxury to use, gives the best satisfaction, gives instant relief, will not grease or stain the moft delicate fabric, has a pleasant and refreshing olor. It will iiume ii ita v M iva Ann r.nre KnenmKLiHUj. iurumu uu Acute; Neuraleia and Catarrh, He2dache and Uwiioil Vim Hnra Throat. Sorains and Brnlsee, Bunions and Chilblains, eruptions oi tue bjiu, Pain in Chest, Back or Limbs, Burns and Scalds. For sale by all Drnggists. Dissolution Notice. 4 ton Hay Scales, $60; old price. $160. All other sizes at a'great reduction. All Scales Wa rranted. fend for circular and price list. t47f$f THE FIRM OF A. H. LAMBERT & CO., 1 25" I I Dealers, of tbis city u this day dissolved by i ICE ma tn.! consent. The hnaineM will be carried on tn the name of O. E. Lambert, and all persons indebt ed to the firm will please call and settle with uest & rants. A. H. LAMBERT & CU. Bock bland, May 15, lST7.-d&t m. , . . r Inii a O Til 1 C" I in, ihe IvU8sian uarnette raysaer ran i jjoiu, Astnma, raising oi uioou or any ai- un the American Hair and hred 'Z guns, lections ot the lireast or .Lungs, leading to The president will proceed to JNew t-astle, Consumption, uso rClr W-,:;; and ZSnZ u-e DR. HOUSEMAN'S GERMAN COUGH .uv uv.-- I TYTWTaCl nool. , uixKJtra, Baltimore. May 17. Algernon car-1 as Mepared for over thirty yean M J. J. tons, wife and child sailed to-day in the Davis(.now deceased) and you vU be sure Nurnbure for Southampton. to find relief. Address ROSSMAN & MclvLNSTKY, who have succeeded to the Tenbroecke at Louisville. I Proprietorship, and sold by ail druggists TmsvTT.T.i!. Mav. 17. Tenbroecke and dealers in Medicines, i or sale Py all will run against tima at the Louisville 1 Druggists in Rock Island. -.aa I Sold by Avery & Tyler, Lafayettee, In- i abvu. i ,t a I it it i r i- , I diana. ruiier & r uuer, ana v anscnaacK, Death of a Kaval Officer. " I Stevenson & Reed, Chicago, wholesale New York, May 17. Commodore agents. , Edward Carnenter. U. S. navy, died at I John. Henry, Curran & Co., Whole- I Shrewsbury, N. J., yesterday, aged 81. jsale Agents, 8 College Place, N. V. PENSIONS S ARE PAijj U f disabled in line et duty, u by s ccid en t or otherwise. A WOU3fn of any kind, the loss of a Unjrer or T, or the loss of an Eye, a KL1. Tl'ItE, if but alight, gives a pension. Disease of Langs cr Varleoae Veins give a pension. 11 0 U Si X M . If discharged for wound.injuries or rupture, you get full boun ty. Send a stamps for copy of Pension and Bounty Acts. Address sll letters to P.H.FITZ3E2ALD, U. S. Claim Aeent, Indtanarj Ollj, ind. ms-On all letters mark P. O. Box 64." PORCELAIN LINED hursday Evening, May 17th, Ice Pitchers, Castors, Doors open at 7 : Concert to commence at 8. Tickets 50 cents: reserved seats 75 cents. Sale of tickets to commence on Tuesday morning. May 15, ai it. t, Tampion's dook store. WAITEES, i Coffee and Ice Water Urns. EPERGNES, FRUIT STANDS, CAKE BASKETS, BERRY DISHES, Spoons Sc Forks, Pearl, Ivory and Steel Handled KNIVES. &C, &C, &C. tVTbese Goods can be fonnd at all First Class i DtaJari la Plated Ware. In porcbasing call for . 1ST" WILCOX'S GUADRCI'LE PLATE, aj - aai-r Show Cases. AIIA11I AflafI"A SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT ! afflllJ bUE!A. DART'N HALL ALL STYLES- CHEAPEST PLACE In the City. Send for Pi ice List. J. E. BERRY, Prop., One Night Only! Monday, May 21st, 1877. THE CELEBRATED RICHINGSBERNARD GRAND English Opera Comp'y. Comprising Caroline Richings Bernard 1 MR. HJSRY DRAYTON, MR. HARRY GATES MR. W. A. MORGAN, FRANK HOWARO, MIS-4 HATTIK MOOR, d.J.BKSITR. W.H KDRON. 30 Artists 30 Together a fall Chorus and Orchestra ! UNDER Pierre Bernard, IN VERDI'S CHAS2UNG OP2HA ILTE0VAT0EE! Gipsies, Queens, Soldiers, a host of Auxiliaries, Reserved seats f 1.00. Admission, 75 cents. Gal lery 60 ceata. f3f8ale of aeata will commence Tuesday, May 15Ui, at .. v. at C.-ampton's book store. 90 State Street, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. E0BERT G. LUTKE, (Successors to J, R. ZEIGLi.il. Manufacturers of METAL & WOOD SHOW CASUS! OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. lb Hamilton Street, PEOFIA, ILL Correspondence solicited and orders prompt! filled. ROBERT G. LUTKE. FIELD BROS., Agents. Rock Island.