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Rock- Island, Illinois,1 Thursday, May 2i; 177. Established Oct 18, 1851 i. HBP - . : - Railroad Time Table. sees islakd & mczs CO ; L. s. - Leave Rock Island at 9 :00 a. m., and 4 :00 p. m. Ar riving at Cable at 11 :10 a. m., and 0:00 p. in. Leave Cable at 6:80 a. m., and 13:45 p. in. Arriving at Rock Island at 8:80 a. m., and 8:00 p. m. R. K. CABLU, General Manager. PEOEIA & K0:S ISLAND HilLWAT. SHORTEST KOUT1 TO 1BI AST AHD SOUTH. LBATI ' ABKIVI. gai-tern Ki. 5 50 a.m. Mall A Ex. 1:02 p, m Mail K. 1 -40 p. m. Western Kr. 6:55 p. m. Way Freight 6;)a,m. Way Freight 8:25 p.m. The 6:00 a. m, train makes close connection at alva with C BtO, for Aledo and Keithsbnrg, alpo at Peoria with PPJ, tor Jacksonville, Spring eld. 8t Louis and all points south and south west, arriving In St Louis at 7:00 p m. 'I he 1 :50 train makes close connection at Galva with C B 4 K K, lor the west ; arriving at tjulncy at tt:45 p m., also at Peoria with I B & W, and T P A W., (or points east and southeast, J. R. Hiiojabd, Receiver. J-. V. Mahonit, Gen'U Tk't. Ag-'t. C2ICAQ0, BOCS ISLAND & FACinS S. S. eOIMS BAST TB.AIKS LBAVB At 9 iX)a. m. :4:80 P.m.: and 9:S5p. m. Trains arrive from west as above. 01Ne WIST THADfS LBAVB At 8:40 a.lm.; 10:10 a. m., and 6:00 p. m. Train arrive from the east as above. ST. LOO. SCCI ISLAND & CHICAGO E. B. SOUTH TRAINS LIAVB AtS OOa.m. and 6:15 p. m. daily, ABRIVB FROM HT. LOOS At 9:90 a. m. daily, and 9:15 p. m. STI2LIH8 RAIS3 LXATZ At 5:20 p. m. ABBOT MOM BTBBUKB At 10:40 a.m. 30AL 7 ALLEY KOTJ CO.'S TBAIHI. HOESS NAILS A la. POUSHED -A. . OR BLUCQl "HAMMERED AND FINISHED o 7 8 9 10 111 The Ausable Nails are Hammered Hot, and the Finishing and Pointing are done Cold, thus Imitating t the Process of Making Nails by Sand. Quality is fully Guaranteed. ' For sale by all leading Iron' and hard ware houses. ABRAHAM BUSSLVG, Sec', 35 Chambers St., New York. SPECIAL NOTICES. 1.1 A VB. 7:05 A. . W:O0M. ' ABBIVB. 10:80 A. 8:80. . - WESTEBETjrNIONSAILEOAD. LlaVB ABBIVB Day Kinross and Mall 8:40 am 6:00 am N1cht Express 10:15 r n 5:55 ri The night express leaving Rook Inland every Buimay uim at iu : id cumiecta wnu uiu irem arri ving ill Chicago early Monday merning. No lav over checks given on throngi ticket from Rock Island to Chicago. Through tickets only good on thistain. AUTISTIC TAILOBINQ ZIIMR & STE6EMANH, No. 1,903 Second Ave N. side Union Sqp are, Merchant Tailors I HAVB JOST R KCEI VED A LARGS AND WELL assorted stock of English, and French Cassimeres, Diagonals, Worsted Suitings, Beavers, Doeskins, etc., etc. (JT1.1 work guaranteed and prices reasonable. EE3ALIAS. WILLIAM Zi. BOBINSON, MASCrACTlBEB OT REGrAHA LODGE SUPPLIES, For Odd Fellows. Mason, Druids, Knights of Pythias, Red Men, Temperance, and all other Sociotiis. DIALER IS- Gold and Silver Laces, Fringes, . bTARS, BRAIDS, ETC. 8S Main Street, WORCESTER. MASS. ROOT BEER. KTJAPP'S Extract of Roots FOR MAKING ROOT BEER. The attention of Druggets and Beer Makers is called to the above named preparation. One of the healthiest and pleaeante-t bevetages known is made from this Extract.the reputation of which has been well established for over 30 years, ana tne in creased sales fur it in those localities where it has been used fully indorse its merites. This Extract, from which the popular Beverage known as KNAPPS ROOT BEER is made, is pnt up in bottles at 25c., 50c., f 3, and in half gallon and gallon cans $5 and (10 each, which makes respectively, 10. 35, 900, 4 O and 800 gallons of Beer. General Depot, btWUudson Street .NEffVOKK And sold by all Wholesale Druggists and Patent Medicine Dealer.') at manufacturers prices. For sale in Rock Island by John Bengstoo. KSUSAN3E Insurance Company, , OF SEW YORK. CHARTERED 1825. SABm T. SKITiaORE, President HENRY A. OAkLti, ViisPrekldent. Tti mott extraordinary discovery in tht World w th Great Arabian Remedy for Man and Beast H. O. FARRELL'S CELEBRATED AKABIAH LINIMENT. Is well known to possess the most wonderfully neaiing, penetrating ana stimulating properties and by its promptness in effecting cures, which previously had tesisted all other medicines, ad ministered ty the most scientific phyMcians, has placed it lar Devona any similar remedy ever in troduced to the people of the United Status. It stimulates the absorbents to increased actio and thus enables nature to throw off disease it pene trates to the Donee, adding strength and activity to the muscles it is powerfully anodyne and there by allays nervous irritation.pruducing a delightful ly pleasing sensation through the whole frame. Owing to its remarkable auticeptlc -properties, it purines and neutralizes that poisocous, corrosive principle wbicn renders old ulcerous sores so dim- cult to heal; it therefore is peculiarly adapted to tneir speedy cure. Tnis imminent irom its pene trating and strengthening qualities has been found to be a specific for Paralysis or Palsy, Whiteswell mes and diseased joints, and in fact all complaints Involving the muscular system. It has cur. d cases of Rhenmatism of twenty to thirty years standing, and affections of the bpine wherein the entire spinal column was so crooked and distorted that the ration! could not walk or stand without artiti cial suDDcrt. N umerous cases of PaUy have been cured when the flesh had withered leaving nothing hut the dried skin and hone, and the limbs totally without use or ieeliug. 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 coughs at tending Consumption, Asttima and Golds. It heals wounds speedily will cure Scaldhead, Mange, etc. Planters and farmers will find it a most valuable medicineto.be applied to horses and cattle for Sprains, Bruises, Lameness. Stiff Joints. Sweeney. Dry Shoulder, Wounds, Burns, Splint, Chafes or U&lls, Hardened Knots on the flesh, etc, LOOK OUT FOR COUNTERFEITS! The public are cautioned against another coun 'erielt, which has lately made its appearance.called W. B. Farrelll) Arabian Liniment, the most danger ous of all the counterfeits, because his having the name of Kamdl, many will buy it in good iaith, without the knowledge that a counterfeit exists, and tbey will perhaps only discover their error when the spurious mixture has wrought its evil ef fects. The genuine article is manufactured only by H. Q. Karrel, sole inventor and proprietor, and whole sale druggist. No. 17 Main street. Peoria, Illinois, to whom all applications for Agencies must be ad dressed. Be sure you tret it with the letters H. G. before Farrell's thus H. G. FAR SELL'S and his i signature on the wrapper, all other are counter feits. Sold by all druggists and by regular authorized agents throughout the United States. J3?Price 45 and 50 centa, aud $1 per bottle. AGENTS WANTED in every town, village and hamlet In the United States, in which one is not al ready established. Address II. G. Farrell as above, accompanied with good character, responsibility, etc. Teleyraphtd to tht Boclltland Argut. FOREIGN 'NEWS. London.' May 24, A disnatnh f rnm Varna says: By order ot the minister of war all Circassian cavalry officers here have been summoned to CoBstantinooJe for the purpose of organizing 25 Circassian regiments there and at AdrianonlB and Softa. A special from Belgrade confirms ih Standard's report of Seryia's military preparations. A correspondent at Vienna thinks the disposition of Russian forces leads to the inference that they do not mean to at tempt to cross the Danube between Silis- tria and Rustchuck. London, Mav 24. It i annnimcprl from ! Liverpool that Fairchilrl. TTnitpd States Consul there is absent on leave and that Badean, consul general at London, is going to Liverpool to receiye Ex-President Grant. The mayor of Liveipool has ten dered bis hospitalities to Grant. BUCHAREST. Mav 24. Grand Dnkp Nicholas has congratulated Prince Charles upon the independence of Roumania. VIENNA. May 24. The Russians are nobilizyiug a reserve of 150,000 Cossacks of the Don the territory which has al ready supplied 46 regiments and 21 batter ies to the active army. Paris, May 24 It is officially announced that " the assertions that an idea is enter tained, of postponing the Paris exposition is unfounded- Berlin, May 24. Prince Gortschakofl has been ordered by his physicians to go to Wildbad. Count Schouvalloff will probably act as vice chancellor in Gor tschakofFs absence. L5ERLIN, May 24. lhere was ereat activity at the t'oiein office while Prince ence is to bricg their pupils to the highest Lsismarkwas here and active in ioterchang-) possible perfection, so that they will not be ing telegrams wuti ambassadors from .unequal cut equal to others abroad, particularly the .ambassador at Second. Catholics should make their own tvome. it is st a lea that the latter will shortly visit Berlin. From these and Kingman, a prominent business man of Peoria, and a nenhew of the governor. These gentlemen succeed Messrs. Utley, Anderson, and Brainard, whose terms have expired. trustees of the institution for the edu cation of the blind, Jacksonville: Archi bald C. Wadsworth, Jacksonville: Hon. N. W, Branson, Petersburg; and Hon. Albert G. Burr. Carrollton. The first two are Republicans, the latter Democratic ex congressmen. T These appointments were all unani mously confirmed, as were also the militia appointments recently made and hereto fore announced. SrRINGFIELD, 111., May 23. The eov- ernor to-day made the following nominations: Trustees of the Jacksonville Insane Asylum J. D. Beatty, of Jersey county; D. R. Ballon, of Kendall county; J. C. Salter, of Morgan county. Elgin Insane Asylum C. W, Marsh, of DeKalb county E C. Bosworth, of Kane county, . Members ot the State Board of Education Mr. Donahue, of Dewitt county; Isaac Lessem, of Adams county. Lieutenant Governor Shuman has ap pointed from the senate, to investigate the damage from the dam at Henry, Senators Archer and Davis. ABGTJS HEADQTJAETEBS -MOL1HE. Richabds A Sobrbeck's Drug and Bock Store opposite First National Bink, where all orders can be left for the Abb us, aud where all Moline basinets is transacted by O. J. Beardslee. Busi ness notices should be handed in by noon to en sure publication the same day. THE GERMAN CATHOLICS' ASSOCIATION. CE2TTBAL Its Position in Regard to Public Schools. Cleveland, O., May 23. In the Ger man Catholics' Central Association, third day's session, the committee on school sys tern reported as follows: First, Catholics do not fight the school system now in existence, but leave it to it self and its own developments; but they think the best solution of the school ques tion under the circumstances now in exist It is stated ather indications the National Zeitung concludes that. Bismark is about to assert his personal influence upon the course of affairs. - KlSHENIFF, May 24. Turkish deserters say there are dissensions between the Turk ish genlissimo and Achmed Eyoub Pasha, second in command. The latter wishes to cross the Danube and invade Roumania, but Abdul Kerim Pasha, the generaassimo, insists upou purely defensive tactics. Vanderbilt Knocks ; off One-third of Pas seng'er Rates from Chicago to Kew York. NEW York, May 24.--The Times says: VanderbHt having telegraphed from Eu rope instructing the New York Central and Lake Shore to reduce passenger rates from Chicago to New York from $23 to $15, other trunk roads will make the same reduction- At the same time Vanderbilt eiegraphed to his own roads that he had informed the officials of the Michigan Cen tral of the change. The latter, last night, said they would at once reduce their price to $15. Cutting' Down Wages. Philadelphia, May 24. The board of directors of the Pennsylvania Railroad Co., have decided to make a reduction of 10 per cent in the salaries of alllemployees. beginning at the president and couticu ing downward, through all grades of the various departments. Exception is made in case of laborers and track men who now receive less than 1 dollar, TO ALL, PAKTICULABY 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 disor dered condition. T ntil the disorder has time to de- veloo iwelf. An ounce of prevention is worth ponnd of euro, is an o'.d and truthful saying. Therefore, we advise all who ara troubled with the eomplalnts now very prevalent -headache, indiges tion, disordered liver, want of appetite, nausea, or feverish skin, 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 tone 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 hen they feel the fl'ft indications of the malady Families leaving home for the summer months should take three or our boxes of these pills with them. They have an almost lustaneous effect They will relieve the patient of headache in one or tvre hours, and will rapidly cleanse the liver of surrounding bile, and will effectually pievent bilious attack. They arc sold by all Druggist. Issues Afjaiurt Lc:3 crlacaj toy Fire. fob Policies apply HATES A CLEAVELAND, Agents. Rock Island Ills. . FINANCIAL SPECULATION In "Wall Street. $500,000 has been made in a single investment $100. This of course is an xtraordinary occur rence ; but ordinarily $5 can realize say $25,000. Even snms as low as 1 1 can be safely inverted,when f avnrable result can show a profit of $5,000. Circulars giving full information sent free by ad dressing TAYLOR A CO, Bankere, No. 11 Wall St , N. T. MARRIED LADIES rsSW stamp for confidential circular of great value. F. L. CLAKK-H, ISO IS. Clara L. cuicago. Dr. The Good Templars Portland, Me., May 2-J. The grand odge of Good Templars of the United .Mates voted to hold the next session at Minneapolis. The finance report was ap proved; compliments exchanged between American and Lnghsh delegates, and America" and "God Save the Queen" sung amid cheers. England's Queen . is Honored by Her Countrymen . New York. May 24. The British shipping is gaily decorated here, it being the 58th anniversaiy of the birth ot Queen Victoria. Toronto and other des patches say simihar respect sare being paid there. schools free schools if possible. To that means they should see that all children in Uatnoiic scuoois snouia get instruction gratis. The best means to accomplish it would be the starting ot school societies-in all Catholic communities, which shall fur nish the necessary funds tor the support ot such schools. Ihe members ot the cen tral association pledge themselves to work with the utmost zeal for establishing and supporting school societies. lhird, btatistical reports on Catholic school matters in our country are desira- tle. to always have full knowledge of th status of the schools. The report was unanimously adopted without debate. Un motion the executive committee was instructed to take the neces sary steps for the incorporation of an asso ciation. The committee on printing recommended and it was adopted, that the societies should be urged to support vereinsbate, The execuiive committee reported ic favor of the reciprocity of traveling cards be tween the Catholic Central A"sociati(n and the Irish Catholic and Benevolent Union and it further recommends the following rules: That the traveling cards of either association should be recognized by the so cietics belonging to eitner association, so that the members who get sick should havd the same benefit as the regular resi dent members of that association; and that the amount uf benefit shou'd be the same as is paid by the society which has issued the traveling cards; that if a member dies his society shall be notified at once, that his body may be conveyed to his home, and it this is impossible, tho society in th place shall take care of end give the body decent burial; that all expenses must be paid by ths society which has issued the traveling card, and if it fails to do so the Central Association, or Irish Benevolent Union, shall be responsible for the pay meut; that these rales shall be applicable only to places where only societies of one denomination exists. The leport was adopted. THE ROCKFORD DISASTER. Mor,risE. Timothy, ton.... rrairie, -Slough, .'.'' .. Hickory. l cord. Oak, Market Square... At Yards... HAY. WOOD. COAL. fS9 mi ... 5 S5?W GO ., 505 00 12 . 10 TEC ARCHITECT GTJILTY OF THE DEATHS OF THE VICTIMS. VICTIMS of Self Abuse or Indiscretion send stamu for "Cilibbatbd Work" on Nervous aud Private Diseases. Address Chicago Mkdical Institute, 180 S. Clark St., : Chicago. A. CARD. 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 CHARGE. This great remedy was discovered by a missionary in South America. Send a self -addressed envelope to the Rbv. Joseph T.Inmax Station D.Bible House New York City, S25, S5Q,SiQ0, S2QQ, S500. liquid Th reliable house of ALEX. FROTHINGHAM A CO., No. 12 Wall street, New York publish 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- - . 1 1 .....In.. 1 1 ......(.. a torlals on nnanciai auu uura wp'vr, wutmun very full and accurate reports of the sates and standing of every stock, bond and security dealt in at the Stock Exchange. Messrs. Frothinobam Co., are extensive brokers of large experience and tried Integrity. In addition to their stock broker age business, they sell what are termed "Prlvillges" or "Puts and Calls," now one of the favorite meth ods ot legitimate speculation. Their advice is val uable, and bv following it many have made for tunes. New" York Metropolis. DOWN WITH HIGH PRICES. CHICAGO SCALE CO., 684 70 W. Monroe Street, CHICAGO, ILL. MATHEWS' STARCH GLOSS! Gives a SDlendid close and finish to all starched eoods, making them whiter and clearer than wax or anything else, and prevents the iron from sticking. Trial bottle free. Put up '.n 4-o bottles, price 15c. Sold by Gro cers aPd Druggists. A. I. MATHEWS & CO., 85 Murray St., N. Y. AINDSEY'S BLOOD SEARCHER U (be greatest Blood remedv of tbe A Tetter. Scrofula, Uieera, Boil. Pimple, and all" BiOOa aiaaM Tld la tu woaderful powm. THir Blood la Um roaraatee of boalla. Road ' It cured my aoa or Borotuia. J. X. Broo, . fUunllli. O. " It cured my child at Krtiin. A rial." Bn.t.amMUT. Z.cii-isiwi.J'a. Price SUV R. K. HELLERS vO Prop .. Pltubureh. Pa. Tho geauiB ha oar name oa bottom of wrappere. rat, -- , -V i - if l h' Camplaoriiie ! Is the most effectual remedy eold. Is a luxury to t..... ii,. huat tisrarfiftn dves instant relief. will not grease or stain the most delicate fabric, K. . rl....n anrl r-f rwahfno- n-tor. It will lmme diately relieve and cure Rheumatism, Chronic and Npuralu-ia. and Catarrh. He-id ache and Swelled Face, Sore Throat. Sprains and Brnises. n.,n,na and t :hu Viiaing. e-ruDtions oi ine buu. Pain in Chest, Back or Limbs, Boms and Scalda. Kor sale by all Druggists. - 4-ton Hay Scales, $60; old price. $160. All other sizes at a'great reduction. All Scale Warranted, bend (or circular and price lkU Dissolution Notice.- THE FIRM OF A. H. L&HliiSKl yu., ta iwlcn nt thia rite- la this rlav dissolved by mU- 'nal onnuent Th hnaineaa Will M UiriKU till IB the name of G. E. Lambert, and all persons indebt ed to the firm will please call and settle with Uest m. r I - Ob rata. .. A . H. LAJaBfitt X cE vvl. Rock Island, May 15, l&n.-dS. , .... All Cuban Kefugees in America Pardoned. St. Louis, May 24. The Republican's New Orleans special says the new Spanish consul called on Gov. Nicholls yesterday. and during tho conversation he said the Spanish government had pardoned all the Cuban refugees in this country, and that a proclamation will soon be issued to that effect. Weather Probabilities. Washington, May 24 The Signal Set vice observations taken at 10 o'clock this forenoon indicate the following weather probabilities for this afternoon and to night: Indications for the northwest: Siight change in pressure, northerly winds, clear or partly cloudy weather, with rising tem perature. Dishonest Bank Officers;. Hartford, May 24. Io the U. S. dis trict court yesterday, John C. Tracey, ex pert, and J. L. Charman.ex-cashier, of the artners and Mechanics rational bank plead guilty the former to making false returns and the latter to perjury in swear ing to them. The National Bank Lxam iuer stated that the loss to the bank would be $598,000. . TJ. S. Treasurer. Washington. May 24. U. S. Treasurer Wvman has tendered his resignation on account of ill health and accepted the posi tion of assistant treasurer- (jrilfillian. assistant treasurer, has been appointed to succeed Wyman. So Tiding of the St'r City of Brussels Cork, Ireland, May 24 Up to 9 o'clock yesterday evening no news had been re ceived ot the City of Brussels or of the tug KinKtisher. Adverse easterly winds have prevailed for the past two days. Fire. Harrisburo, May 24. Early this a. m a fire at Hentzendale. Clearfield Co., Pa., destroyed the dwellings of P. Tanney and Charles Kinney; Gibbin Bro's store; Mrs. J. K. Suroutz. dwelling and store; Geo. Hoeartv a dwelling and bakery, ana A. Bashton's bakery total loss $25,000. And the Board of Supervisors Guilty of Heglectof Duty. s-e rrti m 1 CHICAGO, iVay 'Zi. 1 he tribunes Rockford, Illinois, special says: The cor oner s jary to nignt alter thirteen days work rendered a verdict in the court house case, which is fully sustained by public opinion here. They find that Heury L Gay, the architect, through negloct to pro vide for the ereat amount of weight called for to complete the building according to his plans, is guilty of the death of the deceased; that the board of supervisors failed to use necessary caution in examin ing the plans and specifications, and acted unwisely in not employing a competent archietect to superintend the construction. From the Chlcag o Tribune. There have been no political assassina tions ot cqlored Republicans id bouth Carolina or Louisiana since Hayes an nounced his southern policy of peace and reconciliation between the two races. Is this not the reason why such machine- f.reans as the Des Moines Register and Detroit Post are abusing and traducing the president? They wanted the killing of the blacks to go on lively, as it lur- nished them political capital whereby they could get upon their hind legs and howl and tear their hair in well simulated rage. t kept such chaps in office, and made people regard them as useful patriots. Now their occupation is gone, llense these howls at Hayes. Four Inches of Snow in IXassachnsetts . Boston. May 24, Four inches of snow fell in Berkshire county. Mass., this morn ing. It is feared . that much damage has been done to fruit crops. XaBor Strikes. Haverstraw. N. Y., May 24. The brickmakers from a hundred yards have struck and threaten disorder. Military have been dispatched thither. Uanagers of State Institutions. Springfield, 111., May 22 The gov rnoon sent to the senate the following nominations for canal commissioner Jesse O. Glover, Chicago; Ben. F. Shaw, pro prietor of The Di&n Ileraid, al MarUa Levi McCane has built a new picket fence around his residence. BST"W m. Turner was quite ill yesterday, but is around attending to business to day. &i?The graduating class exercise at the Congregational church to-morrow evening. atayMr, Thompson says he expects to take a ride in his little excursion boat next Sunday. JteaF There is said to be a disreputable house on Wells street that uugbt to be pulled. ssarur. Morgan feels agrieved on ac count of the item in Wednesday's Argus, relative to the old warehouse at the boat landing. He says it is not true. 8-It should cot be forgotten that Rev. Dr. Hacey will deliver his entertaining ecture on "Pioneer Life" this evening. Street cars run to Rock Island after the ecture. Keunion and social at the high school building this evening. None but the teachers, scholars and a few invited friends will be present. This on account of the limited room. BSk-Strawberries have made their ap pearance, and now a strawberry festival is in order, The Good Templars' lodge have decided to have one next week, although it is not known yet what hall will be used. fa?A constable from Rock Island came up nere this mommg alter uus lierg, a crazy Swede man. He got him into the carriage by telling him that he was wanted in Hock Island as a witness in a law suit. but before they had gone far he began to suspect something, and jumped out of the carriage and ran. At this writing he had not been caught. fiThe firm of Margraf & Epp having dissolved, in order to close up the books aud accounts we have placed them in the hand of Wm. Turner for collection, lhere re still some claims against the firm which must be paid within sixty days, and the money must come from these accounts, even if severe measures have to be resorted to. Headquarters at Margraf & Son s clothing store. Chas. Margraf, 22d3s Marcus Epp. 8?3L.Rev. Richard Haney. D. D,. will deliver a lecture on "Pioneer Life in the West, or Personal Reminiscecce9 of Older Times, at tho M. E. Church, in this city this evening at 8 o'clock. There will be a general admission fee of 25 cents charg ed; children 15 cents. The proceeds of the lec ure will bo for the benefit oi the church. Dr, Hauey is well knowu as a veteran Methodist preacher and presiding elder. He was associated with Peter Uartwright and other noted pioneers. His old friends will be glad to hear him. Our ilock Island friends can be sure of a street car to take them noire after the lecture. B69k-Every spring there are from 20 to 30 cows List in Moline from the effects of early clover. The cattle are kept on dry hay and bran throueh the winter, and then suddenly changed to a rank clover patch about the middle of May, when they gorge themselves upon it to such an extent that sickness if cot death cusues. The clover ferments, forming sas, which causes the animal to bloat, and if no antidote is ad ministered ofteu proves fatal. The follow ing prescription has been given by a veter inary surgeon, who says it will cure the most stubborn case: lake one halt ounce of ammonia and add toit'one pint olwater for a dose. Give this every halt hour until the bloating subsides. At the same time rub the sides of the animal. figyThis afternoon Lawrence Eihl, a butcher, who said he was in the employ of T. Schindler, of Rock Island, was arrested by Marshal Wells and taken before Magis trate bwander on a charge ot peddling meat. The evidence showed that he had sold ten cents worth of sausage to Charles Margraff and some dried beef to Frank Schrader. besides trying to make a sale to Verich Brothers. The lowest fioe under the ordinance ($5.) was assessed upon him, and Charles MargratT went security for payment. This ped dling business has been carried on slyly for some lime by the Rock Island and Davenport butchers, and has given rise to much complaint from the Moline butch ers. Another case against a Davenport butcher wi'l be tried to-morrow. A Public Park." The Gazette, this morning, in speaking of the prospect for a public park says: "There are 13 acres, situated upon tho brow of the bluff, between Rodman ave nue and Lyndo streets, that could be pur chased low for cash. The land H owned tv Charles Atkinson and the Huntoon brothers," Thia land isowned by Charles Atkinson. but what is the difference whether it can be purchased low or not? Has not Mr. Atkinson been trying for some time to get a chance to give the city seven or eight thousand do lars? Did he not have all his arrangements to donate a library building, and was'only prevented by S. W. Wheelock, who matured his plans too scon for himf Verily, this was the town talk at the time. The lot mentioned is a beautiful place for a park, with shade trees, well trimmed, stumna cleared out, and as centrally located as couid be wished for, If Mr. Atkinsou still retains bis pnuan thronhic inclinations, he could not wish for a better opportunity than this to display them. New YorJr. Ba.ar2r.et. New York, May ft4. FINANCIAL. Gold-106?.. Money 9. Governments "Firm. 0.8. Bonds 6? ceut S-SO's 1881 1.1SJ4 1865 old 1.03 " " 18rt6mw 1.11 44 44 1 867 l.MJi ISoS 1.10 U. S. 10.40'S ..1.13 NewB's .. .1.11 J. Currency 6's x 1.3ji COMMERCIAL. j Wheat Dull ; sales none. Corn Shade stronger; 5SS4fll! new western mixed ; 6365 old do. Oats-Shade firmer; 42tj6 western mixed and state. Pork-Dull; 14 75. Lard Firm; 9 55. Whisky 1 11H. Chicago Marltet. Chicago, May 44. Wheat Active; unsettled; higher; 149 cash; 1 49! June; 1 50 July. Cora' Rather excited; shade higher; 47 cash; 47 June ; &u asked July. , Oats Firmer: 393 cash; 40 June.. Rye Firmer; 71. , Barley Unchanged. Pork Weak and lower; 13 45 cash; 18 60 July. ' Lard Steady ; 9 25 cash. , Whisky 1 07. t LIVE STOCK. Hogs Receipts 12.0C0; dull; light 4 90505; common to best heavy mixed packing 4 SMtCo 05 common to choice heavy mixed 5 25. Cattle Quiet; steady; receipts 4,000. 1 to shippers 5 05 St. Louis Market. St. Louis. May 24 Wheat Dull; No 2 fall t 711 72; No 3,1 68 Corn Active and unsettled; 46'gi46. OatB Lower; 41 bid. Rye 75 hid. Whisky -107. Pork 14 00 bid ; 14 12 Jane. Lard Dull; 9 00. LIVE STOCK. nog-Rece:pU 1,700; stronger; 4 505 00. llTUFACTTJIiEI.2. iiLciPi MANUFACTURERS OP POINTED, POLISHED. AND FINISHED Hoise Shoe Nails ' - RECOMMENDED BY OVER 20,000 HORSE SHOERS All Nails are made of the beat NORWAY IRON. and Warranted perfect and ready for driving. Orders filled promptly and at the lowe rates by .-j , , r ' , GLOBE KAIL COM'! BOSTON. LINDj HAGERTY & CO,, Milwaukee Market. M-t.wAtTKKE. May 24 Wheat-Irregular; No , 1 fil cash; 1 62 June; 1 63 July; Nc 8, 142tf. Corn 41. , Oats Firm; 38. Rye 82. Barlev hi. Mill wrights ! Contractors & Builders THE ITIOiioL 1MSB! IS IT CURABLE? THOSE who have suffered from the Cuinolicated forms of . disease various and assumed by Catarrh, aud have tried many physicians and remedies without reliet or cure, await tlie answer to this question with considerable anxiety. Aud well tney may; tor no disease mat cau ue men tioned is so universally prevalent and so destruct ive to health as Catarrh. Uroncnitis, Asttima, Cou-'hs. and serious and frequently fatal affections of the lui cs follow, in many cases.a case of simple but neglected CaUrrh. Other sympathetic affect ions, such as deaf ness, impaired eye-siebt and loss of sense of smell, may be referred to as minor but nevertheless serious results of neglected C .tarrh. bad enough in themselves, but us nothing com pared with the daneetous affections of the throat and lungs likely to follow. IT CAN BE CURED. I T can be cured. There Is no doubt about it. The I immediate relief afforded by Sakfobd's Radical Ut'BR fob catarrh is but a slight evidence OI what mav follow a persistent use of this remedy The hard, incrusted matter that has lodged in the nasai passages is removed witn a lew applications the ulceration and inflammation subdued and healed : the entire membranous lining of the head are cleansed and purlQed. Constitutionally its action is that of a uowerfal purifvin asent, de stroying in its course through tho evetem the acid poison, the destructive agent in catarrhal diseases SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE IS a local and constitutional remedy, and is ap 1 plied to the nasal passages by insufflation with Dr, Sanlord's Improved Inhaling Tube, which accompanies each bo.tle free of charge; aud internally, or constitutionally, where, by its action on the mucous coatings of the throat and stomach it frees the system from the poison eencrated hv I Catarrh. Until this result is effected no permnnent cure can be made. 'J htis the united action of this remedy is eupeiior to all others or combination of others. Sanford's Radical Cure HAS worked a revolution in the treatment of Catarrh. It has demonstrated beyond all doubt that this (liijase, even in its severest forms, is curable, and that comfort and happiness may be made t. follow years of misery, yers of sufferlnu, by a persistent use of it. The metnoa oi treat meut originated by Dr. banlord. viz.. the local and constitutional, by a rem-'dv prepared by disti:la tlon, is the oLly one ever oflcred to the public tnat will bear the test of time. Sanford's Radical Cure Is Prepared by Distillation. CVERY plant and herb that yields its medical C essence to it l placed in .n improved still and there miueled with a solvent liqu id, which, by heat, is made to pass over into the receiver, bearing with It tne Healing essences or juices oi these plants an herbs, free from every contamination, pure, and colorless. Thus the active, medical constituents of thousands of pounds of herbs may be condensed into a very small compass, in this way bAN ford's Radical, Cobb is divested of the nauseating. worthless features of all other remedies, while its curative properties are increased tenfold. It is positively the greaUet medical triumph of the age. Each packagetcont&lns Sr. .Sanford's Imprived Inhaling Tube, with full direc'ions for nse in all cases. Price f 1,00. For sale by all wholesale and retail druggists throughout the United States- WEEKS A POTTER, General Agents and Whole sale DragglrU, Boston. Dtcy-iuts and Specifications for Flourinz Mills Saw Mills, Distilleries and Gram Elevators trade out on short notice. Are prepared to take con tracts for building and machine ry, and give p .-son- ai attention to a., ne aeiaiis or construction, tie pairs of all kinds .omptly attended to whether or aereo oy man or in person. At the old stand of H Brooks, (new No..) 5S5 No t i. Washington street PEORIA. ILL PRACTICAL Of all descriptions of WILCOX SILVE R LATE C ran Show Roonit, 21 Maiden Lane, A". Y, Factoriet, West Meriden, Conn. Manufacturers of Plated Tea Sets PORCELAIN LINED Ice Pitchers, Castors, WAITERS, Coffee and Ice Water Urns; EPERGNES, FRUIT STANDS, CAKE BASKETS, BERRY DISHES, Spoons Ac 5To Pearl, Ivory and Steel Handled KNIVES. &C, &C, &C. ' . " These Goods can be found at all Flrat CIam tX . t rs in Plated Ware. In purchasine? call for f-WILCOX'S QUADRUPLE PLATE. Fi tS - Rock Island Market. P"""!iW-i.:..5! Hot a State Officer in Iowa for Ha yea. From the Iowa State BeaUter. We do not believe there is a single state officer in Iowa supporting-the president's policy. We know, from our owu knowl edge, that a majority of them are decidedly oDDOsed to it, and that tbey are out spoken in their opinion in regard to it. Uf the Iowa contrressmen, several ot them, we know, are opposed to it, and it is safe to say that both our senators nave the gravest of apprehensions in regard to it and great distrust of it. Nice Ruling dowv at The Argus Bindery, Leave orcers at the counting room, tf Rock Isind, May 94 . FLOUR AND GRAIN. Winter Wheat flour, bbl. wholesale.10 8"11 00 Family brands. " ..10 00&9 80 Kond Quality " " .. W Cornuieal. " " w Retail one dollar above tnese once. Good Minnesota XXX Warner's Mill, retail 10 40 COLLINS VOLTAIC PLASTERS An Electro-Galvanic Battery combined with the Celebrated Medicated Poms Strengthening Plaster, forming the best Piaster tor pains and aches io the World of Medicine. Show Cases. atiuw CASES. ALL STYLES. ?LT7D LiasnmiQ. fPLUlD .a IGUTMM WjU positively alfford relief by external apDlication. It cures on the instant Neu ralgia, Nervous Headache, Rheumatism, Toothache, Earache, and all nervous pains, SO AS Br MAGIC. Sold by all Druggists at 50 eta. and $1 per bottle. -. i a ' For sale la Rock Island by John Bengstoa. Wheat "2 Barlev ' 540 ftata.- 80 Corn. 54 Rye T73 THE GROCERY, Potatoes 1 White Beans (navy) 8 00 Eggs doa 10 Butter Choice Dairy. n iwa.au Cheese, Wft 15418 Honey ..,.... Oc m Auules 61 Ma. a w ou. Luttuce ou aoz neaus liidi-?hes HO "bunch Khubarb . Aspara;U4 8c $ lb. Spinach aocp no fe X Wl f DQ 8trinsrBai tw Cucumbers... ... 25c S doz Strawberries 30040c at. MEATS. Cattle Common, per cwt. 4 00(8,4 50 Hoar Live, per cwt e owao w Calves Live, per cwt. 5 00 hriecn u ve. Per c wt ou Laid'....-. lKil5 ' ' POULTRY. - Chickens, dressed ' RFJlOc Chickens, live S 00 5 y dox HIDES. Green Cared , DryFlint . 15 Green Country 7g 8 Green Calf 11 11 Damaged, scored or grubby Ji price. Branded, W feoff. ELECTRICITY As a errand curative and restorative agent is not equalled by any element or medicine in the his tory of the healiDir art. Unless the vital spark has fled the body, restoration by means of electricity Is possible. It is the last resort of all physicians and surgeons, and has rescued thousands, apparently dead, from an untimely grave, when no other human agency could hava succeeded. This la the leading curative element in this Plaster. BALSAM and FINE The healtatr properties ot our own' traerant balsam and piue and ihe gums of the East are too I well known to require description. Their grateful, nealmg, soothing, and etrengt eniug properties are kn wu t thousands. When combined iu accordance with late aud important discoveries ia pharainacy their healing and strengthening prop erties are increased tenfold. In tb s respect our rMasuria the -belt iu use without Die aid oi elec tricity. , TWO IH ONE. Thus combined we have two grand medical agents in one, each of which performs iu function and unitedly produce more cures than any liniment, lotion, wash, or plaster ever before compounded ia the history of medicine. Try one. Pbice, 25 Sold by all druggists for 25 ceots. Sent oa re ceipt of 25 cents lur one, 1 35 for six, or f a.25 for twelve, cart-fully wrapped, and warranted perfect by WKEK.3 A POTTER, Proprietors, Boston, Haas. CHEAPEST I In the City. Send for Piice List. J. E. BERRY, Prop., . 90 State Street, CHICAGO. ILLINOIS. E0BEET G. LTJTELE, , (SucceMorttojr,B,ZElOli2.; Manufacturers of METAL & WOOD SHOW CAStSl , OP ALL DKSdilPTIOXS. , 21a Hamilton Street, . , P&QFIAILi. Correspondence solicited and orders prompt! filled. ROBERT Q. LUTES, FIELD BROS., AgenU-ock blind.