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Rock Island, Illinois, Friday, June 'l 1877. Established Oct 18, 1851 Railroad Time Table. CSI0A80.E0CS XSULXS PACITIC B. S. OOIHS I AST TEAIK8 LKAV1 " At 9 00 . m. ; 4 :30 p, m. ; and 9 :85 p. tu. Trains arrive from west as above. SOIH9 WIFT TRAINS L1AVB a.Jm.; 10:10 a. m., and 0:00 p. m. arrive from the east as above. . at:4 Train WESTEBU UNION EAILBOAD. FOR RACINE & MILWAUCEE. LHAVB AKRIVC . Day Ex press and Mai? 0:05 a 6:00 am Niht Express 10:15 p m 5:60 j-m The night express leaving Rock Inland every Sonday night at 10:15 connects with the train arri ving in Chicago early Monday morning-. No lay over checks given on through tickets from Rock Island to Chicago. Through tickets only good on this t? am. ST. LOOTS BOCK ISLAND B.B. ODTWS SOUTH TBAIXS LIAVB At 8:00 a. m. and 6:16 p. m. dally, ABRIVB FBOM ST. LOUIi At 9:20 a. m. daily, and 9:15 p. m. STZSLIN3 TBAI1T3 LIA7I At 5.30 p. m. AH.R1VE TBOM STBHLINQ At 10:40 a. m. P EOBIA & EOCSlsLAND RAILWAY. gUORTRST BOUTB TO IBB BABT AND SOUTH. LKAVB ABRIVB. Eastern Bi. B 50 a. to. Mail & Ex. 1 :02 p, Mail J5. i-wp. m. western itx. 5:rtp. m. I Way Freight 6 ;20 a. in. Way Freight 8 :25 p. m. The 6:00 a.m. train makes close connection at alva with C B & Q, for Aledo and Keithsbnrg, also at Peoria with P P & J, for Jacksonville, Spring eld. St Lonls and all points south and south went, arriving m si louis at 7:uo p m. The 1 :50 train makes close connection at Oalva with C B A Q R R. for the west ; arriving at Quincy at 9:45 p m., also at Peoria with I B & W, and T Y & w ., iorpomtB east ana southeast, 33AL VALLET KMS CO.'S TBAINB. I.BAVB. 7:05 a. m. 12:00. ABRIVB. 10:50 a. 8:30 p. SC5Z ISLAND Ss KEB5E5 CO., B. B. Leave Rock Island at 9 :00 a. m.. and 4 :00 p. m. Ar riving at Cable at 11 :10 a. in., and 6:00 p. m. Leave Cable at 6:30 a. m., and 12:45 p. m. Arriving at kock Asiann at o: a. m., ana a :uu p. m. ABTISTIC TAILOSINS ZIMMER & STE6EMANN, No. 1,903 Second Ave N. side Union Square, Merchant Tailors I H AVE JTJST RECEIVED A LARGE AMD WELL assorted stock of English and Trench Cassimeres, Diagonals, Worsted Suitings, Beavers, Doeskins, etc., etc. ?A J work guaranteed and prices reasonable. EEGALIAS. WILLIAM L. ROBINSON, HAKCFACTCP.EB OP EG-ALIA AND LODGE SUPPLIES, For Odd Fellows. Masons, Druids, Knights of Pythias, Red Men. Temperance, and all other Societies. DEALER IN- - Gold and Silver Laces, Fringes, STARS, BRAIDS, ETC. 836 Main Street,.. WORCESTER, MASS. ROOT BEER. KNAPP'S Extract of Roots FOR MAKING ROOT BEER. The attention of Drugg'sts and Beer Makers is called to the above named preparation. One of the healthiest and pieaaante?t beverages known is made from this Extract.the reputation of which has been well established for over 30 years, and the in creased sales for it in those localities where it has been used fully indorse its merits. This Extract, from which the popular Beverage known as KKAPP S ROOT BEER la made, is put np in bottles at 25c, 50c., $3, and in half trillion and gallon cans $5 and f 10 each. which makes respectively, 10. 25, 200, 4'i) and 800 gallons of Beer. General Depot, S62 Hudson Street NEW YOitK And sold by all Wholesale Druggists and Patent .Medicine Dealers at manufacture prices. For sale in Rock Island by John Bengston. INSTJ5ANCE Insurance Company, OF SEW TOHE. CHARTERED I 525. SaMUEL T. SKIDMORE, Prwiiil-nt. BENBT A. OAKLLI, Vice President. Insares Against Loss or Damage 1 Fire. for poi.mtsAprn i a HAYES & CLEAVELAND. Agents. Rock Island Ills. . FINANCIAL SPECULATION In "Wall Street. 9500,OOO has been made in a single investment $100. This of course is an extraordinary occur rence ; but ordinarily $5 can realize say $25,000. Even snms as low as f 1 can be safely invested.when favorable result can show s profit of fO,i.w. Circulars giving full Information sent free by ad . . O nl . ... .... 11. .... .1 1. .. No. 11 Wall St., N.T, SZ5, S50, SiOO, S200, S5Q0. Th reliable house, of ALEX. FROTHINGHAM . no . No. 12 Wall street. New York publish a eitrht uatre weekly paper, called the Weekly Financial Report, which they send free to ny address. In addition to a large number of edi torials on financial and other topics, it contains very full and accurate report of the sales and standing of every stock, bond and security dealt in at thn Rtnrlr K-rrhanpe. MeSSrS. FBOTHlJtGHAM & Co., are extensive brokers of large experience anu tried Integrity. In addition to their stock broker - age business, they sell whatare termed "rnviuges or "Puts and Calls," now one of the favorite meth ods of legitimate speculation. Their advice is val uable, and by following it many have made lor nnes. New York Metropolis. . S3 AXES. DOWN WITH HIGH PRICES. CHICAGO SCALE CO,. 68 70 W. Monroe Street, .CHICAGO, ILL. 4-ton Hay Scales, -$60; old price. $160 All other sizes at a'ereat reduction. All Scales Warranted Bend (or circular and price list. 'V?r TiTS iF i 11 fx ft h wyH . ' ClU ii. .ii f" - ' ''' EOBSE NAILS 4iHAMMERED AND FINI SHED V- "-ti-iV ' " 'w 5,6 78 9 0 The Ausable Nails are Hammered Hot. and the Finishing and Pointing are done' Cold, thus Imitating the Process of Makina NaiU hv Hand. Quality is fully Guaranteed. For sale by all leading Iron ami hard ware Louses. ABRAHAM BUSSING, Scc'y, 85 Chambers St., New York. f 15' FECIAL NOTICES. The most extraordinary discovery in the World t the Great Arabian Remedy for Man and Beast H. G. FARRELL'S CELEBRATED ARABIAN LINIMENT. Is well known to possess the most wonderfully healing, penetrating and stimulating nroDerties. and by its promptness in effecting cures, which previously had resisted all other medicines, ad ministered by the most scientific physicians, has piacea it tar Deyona any similar remedy ever in troduced to the people of the United States. It stithulafes the absorbents to increased actiou, and thus enables nature to throw on disease it pene trates to tne nones, adding strength and activity to tne muscles it is powerfully anodyne and there in suave uvrmiiB irruauou,urouucillg a ucugn.iui ly pleasing sensation inrongn tne wnoie irame. Owing to its remarkable anticeptic properties, it purines and neutralizes that poisonous, corrosive principle which renders old nlcerouB sores eu diffi cult t heal; it therefore is peculiarly adapted to their speedy cure. This Liniment from its pene trating and strengthening qualities has been found to be a specific for Paralysis or Palsy, Whiteswell ines and diseased joints, and in fact all complaints involving the muscular system. It has cured cases of Rheumatism of twenty to thiity years standing, and anections of the Mjiue wherein the entire spinal column was so crooked and distorted that the patient con I a not walk or stand without artifi cial support. Numerous cases of Pslsy 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, rnbbed and bathed over the throat and chest. If applied freely on the chest it never tails to give relief in the severe -coughs at tending Consumption, Asthma and Colds. It heals wounds speedily will cure Scaldhead, Mange, etc. Planters and farmers will find it a most valuable medicine to j.be applied to horses and cattle for Sprains, Bruises, Lameness, Still Joints. Sweeney, liry fchouiuer, wounds. Burns, splint. ctiaies or Galls, Hardened Knots on the flesh, etc, LOOK OUT FOR COUNTERFEITS! The public are cautioned against another coun- erfelt, which has lately made its appearance. called W. B. FarrelPs Arabian Liniment, the most danger ous of all the counterfeits, because his having the name of Fan-ell, many will buy it in good faith. without the knowledge that a counterfeit exists. and they will perhaps only discover their error when the spurious mixture has wrought its evil ef fects. The genuine article is manufactured only by II. G. Farrel, 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 ge t it with the letters 21. G. heforu Farrell s thus II. G. FARRELL'S and his signature on the wrapper, all other are counter feits. Sold by all druggists and by regular authori.ed agents throughout the United States. E? r-rice aft ana fit centa, ana n per imiiiiu. auKNTS WANTED in every town, village and hamlet in the United Statss, in which one is not al ready established. Address II. G. Farrell as above. accompanied with good character, responsibility. etc. TO ALL, PASIICTJLAKY 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, rntil the disorder has time to de veloo itself. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, ib an o'd and truthful saying. Therefore, we advwe nil who are troubled with the complaints now very prevalent -headache, indiges tion, disordered liver, want of appetite, nausea, or feverish skin, to take, without delay, Scheuck's Mandrake Tills. We know of no remedy so harm less and decisive in its action. It at once strikes at the root of th.; disease aud 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 madiclne uen they feel the fi'st indications of the malady. Families leaving home for the snmmer months should take tkree or four boxes of these pills with them. They have an almost instaiieous effect. They will relieve the patient of headache in one or two hours, and will rapidly cleanse the liver of surrounding bile, and will effectually prevent a bilious attack. They are sold by all Drnggist. TTFTl T A nnder43 years iXLAfliJrWlUJ UOiWiUW ol age send stamp for confidential circular of great value, Dr, r. li. ClAKtUi, ISO ss. jiarK ou umcago. TTTfrTITHrC! of Self Abuse or Indiscretion V lb 1 IIYIO send stamp for "Celebrated Work" on Nervon? and Private Ulseases. AQuress Chicabo Medical Institute, 186 S. Clark St Chicago. A. CARD. To all who are suffering from the errors and in discretions of yonth, nervous weakness, early de cy, loss of manhood, &c, I will send a recipe that will cure yoiCFREE OF CHARGE. This great remedy was discovered by a missionary in South America. Send a self -addressed envelope to the Rev. Josbph T.Ishan Station D.Bible House New York City, MATHEWS' LIQUID STARCH GLOSS ! Gives a sulendld closs and finish to all starched goods, making them whites and clearer ttan wax or anything else, and prevent the iron from j eticj-injr. Trial bottle free ; v,M . Put up :n 4-oz bottles, price 15c. Sold by Gro cers and Druggists. A. I. MATHEWS & CO., 85 Murray St., N. Y. SELLERS' LIVER PILLSi k Seller! Liver run nmT moo wr ininj jw - I L Buwiftra Remedy for we cure 01 uiver ,ouipiBiu. i I CwUTcneu, hick Htfmaftoac, tun m f menu ot the Liver. ... f ' blUn' Vnmlfyer. tbc cmt Worm He-1 f exMlleil 400 lAree. live worm frtHU mi 1 f .kilrf Q ,MnnlL Wm Hirver. Hi. Louis. Mo. Price 1 r vw, ir mr dmviriBt linn't keeo them, send for 1 "them. B. E BKLLBBS Co.. Prop'ii, Pittuhnrgh, P. Camphorine 1 Is the most effectual remedy sold", is a luxury to use. !?ives the beat satisfaction, gives instant relief, will not grease or stain the most delicate fabric, has a pleasant and refreshing olor. It will imme tit.Ov nOiuvfl and rtnre r heumatism. Chronic and Acute; .Neuralgia and Catarrh, He2dache and Swelled Face, Sore Throat, Sprains and Bruises, UnD.ons aud Chilblains, Eruptions of the -Skin, Pain in Chest, Back or Limbs, Burns and Scalds. 3 -for sale bv all Drngirlsui. For Hale ! SKVF.RAI. ( WELT,-B"ED DURHAM BULL iJaivca. bt my stock f ui ui, at Longvie w. ou Rock aiver, 4 miles above Milan, and 14 miles from Coal Valley. Will bss eold low. Ki W. D, CROCKETT. TELiaEAPHIC.: C Telegraphed to the Rock TtlandAr gut. FOREIGN JSTEWS. London, June 1. The aueen en- quired about the health of Madame Titiens and received an answer that she could not be as yet pronounced out of danger, but her advance toward recovery is cheering. A Rome despatch savs it is stated f W a large portion of the $600,000 which the Pope has already received from has been remitted to London and dpnnsit- -d to provide againit the needs ot the Holy oec wuue tne pontifical throne is vacant and for the first reanirpmpnta tf Hm. jPius'B successor, A 1 ... I. v ... ucopmuH lrom Constantinople states that the porte has issued notice warning mariners of its intention to place torpedoes in certain portions of the Dardanelles and the bay of Smyrna. London, June 1. His royal highness, the Prince of Wales, with Gen. Giant, left Victoria R. R. station for Epsom, bv spe cial train; about 1 o'clock this p. m. Tbe court minister, the German ambassador, the Duke-of Hamilton, Lord Dudley and several others travelled by the same train. .t. Petersburg, June I. The follow ing telegram is r ceived from the head quarters of the army ot Caucassians dated May 31: A more pacific feeling is noticeable among the population ot the Kabellite district in front of Batoum. The inhabi tants are surrendering their arms to Rus sian authorities. Heavy rains continue to impede the opera tions of the column of troops from the army near Kars sent in a southwesterly diree tion to watch the movement of a Turkish force which has appeared at Soghauli. A. fresh rising occurred in the Terek district. The insurgents were dispersed by troops. One body of 500 iusurgents lost 80 killed and 100 prisoners. London, June 1. A special from Vienna to the Times has the following: One thing seems pretty certain, that for one reason or another, possibly for several, a delay has occurred in the Russian ad vance in Asia, fcssibly even the neces sity of sending some of the reserve troops from trans-Caucasus to secure communi cation through Caucasus may have con tributed to retard the advance. Fortu nately for Russia the Turks seem scarcely in position to take advantage of the delay. All accounts lrom the spot agree that the condition of their forces is even worse than generally believed. They are con siderably fewer than has been assumed, and with the exception of arms had every thing requisite for an army in the field. There seems even to be hardly auy reserve stock of amuiuuition, especially for artil lery. It is impossible to expect that all these short-comings can be remedied before the Russians push forward to Erzerum. A special from Paris to the Times says: M. de Fourtesn, minister of interior, has resolved to forbid all political meetings of over twenty persons. London, June 1. There was recently an emote on board her majesty's iron armor plated fchip Alexandria, the flagship of the Mediterranean squadron, it is stated, in consequence of the stringency of the disci pline and the unusual t-everity of the puuish ments. The whole of one watch refused to do duty and threw the eights of the guns overboard. Three of the iusubordinates were sentenced to 42 days imprisonment and sent home in the Monarch to undergo punishment. London. June 1. A telegram from Athens. May 31, gives an account of an other and apparently more serious mutiny while the Alexandria was lying at the pier. The mutiny was quelled bv the marines and men summoned from other vessels, and the mutineers were arrested and a court martial ba3 convened to try them. The cause of this second outbreak is stated to be dissatisfaction because of re fusal of shore leave, whereupon they len- dered the Alexandria's guns unserviceable. t has bean deemed necessary to send the Alexandria to cruise in the Mediterranean until further orders, London, June 1. The fortnightly set tlement in Stock Exchange and which was concluded yesteiaay, developed con siderable amouut of trouble among bear speculators. Up to now there have been 13 failures declared in houses, some with rather large accouuts open. There are re ports of embarrassments in the Bradford manufacturing district. Four firms, of no great importance, have suspended. It is stated that their aggregate liabilities, though considerable, are not such as to appreciably disturb trade. HON. JAMES KNOX'S ESTATE. Where the Money is to Go. Chicago, June 1. Some two years ago, James Knox, of Knoxville, 111., died leaviug by will $90,000 to be used in es tablishing an industrial agricu.tural school io Knoxville, provided the citizens of Knox county should, within six months, raise $50,000 for the same ruxpose. Theciti zens have not complisd with their part of the specification and hence, by the terms of the will, $40,000 revert to Hamilton College, $40,000 to Yale, and $10 to a female seminary in Knoxville. Attorneys for the two former institutions entered suit here to-day to compel the executors of the Knox estate to pay oyer the amountits due Hamilton and Yale Col leges. FLEETWOOD PARK. Xinla Entered xor To-days Races. NEW iORK, June -1. xe3terdy was the 3d day of tbe spring meeting at Fleet wood Park. The first trot was for 2 27 class, -The black gelding, Bateman, took the first heat in 2 27i: Dan Bryant, the second heat in 2.27; Faugh a'Ballagh, third, in 2.27; Big Fellow, fourth.io 2.29L and fifth in 2.29i. The sixth heat was won by Lady Kildare, m 2.32J, leaving the race undecided. The next trot waa for $1,500, for 2.21 class. In the first heat Hannah D. took the lead and won in 2,23. John 11. took 2d in 2.22; Mattie took the 3d and 4th tieats from May, Bud and Hannah V.. in 2.24J, and 2.23J. The fifth heat was won by Joker from Mattie, io 2.25. ror the sixth heat, betting men were at eea. When Mattie took the lead Joker passed her. however, and took the heat in 2.26, there by leaving th race to be decided to-day. The meeting will close to diy with a trot for the 2.30 class, and the great free-for-all race in which Judge Fullerton, Great Eastern. Lady Maud. Hopeful, JLula. May Queen, and Nettie are entered. Arrested for Swindling;. St. Loeis, June 1. Samuel L. Carter, who was arrested here a tew days ago charged with swindling the Bank cf North America out ot some $lo,000 lasrueD ruary and March, was agaiT arrested yes terday, for obu;uiug,under false pretenses, from the same bank $7,900, iu October and January last. 'Cabinet Meetingr-Uotice to Mexico. Washington, June 1. At the cabinet meeting to-day the secretary of war was authorized to address a letter to General Sherman, directing him to prepare in structions for a general order to follow Mex ican marauders, if necessary, from Texas into Mexico, No appointments were agreed upon to day, although there was a eenerai discus sion a to the comparative merits of a number of applicants for various positions at home ana abroad. Weather Probabilities. Washington, June 1 The Signal Ser vice observations taken at 10 o'clock this forenoon indicate the following weather probabilities for this afternoon and to night: Indications ior the northwest: Gener ally rising barometer, lower temperature, winds shifting to northwest, with clear cr partly cloudy weather in former districts, and partly cloudy weather and raiu areas. Ci Appointments in Iowa. Washington, June 1. Jno. A. Wood ward and Henry J. Williams were, to day, appointed revenue store keepers for the 5th district, Iowa, and Lucius Meek, gauger, for 5 th district, of Iowa. Fire in Pennsylvania. Norristown, Pa., June 1. The village of New Centreville, on the Chester Valley R. R., about 6 miles west of this place, was almost entirely destroyed by fire about 5 o'clock this morning. Fire in Chicag'o. Chicago, June 1. Spaulding & Mer rick's tobacco factory was partially de stroyed by fire this morning. Los3 on stock $15,000; building $2,000. Insured. f - . Freight Kates. St. Louis, June 1. The change in freights made by the Southwestern Rate 'Association at the meeting here Wednes day, were as follows: On all giain, except wheat, lrom Missouri river points and Hannibal to St. Louis 1 S J cents; to East St. Louis, 20 cents; to Chicago 25 cents. WILMINGTON, N. C. DEMOCRATIC. The First Time Since Negro Suffrage. Wilmington, N. C. Juue 1. The board of aldermen elected in March took charge of the city to day. It consists of six Democrats and four Republicans. This is the first time the city has been und-r Democratic control since negro suf frage was established. The new board elected John Dawson as mayor of the city. A Triumph for Gladstone. Birmingham. May 31 Gladstone ar rived here to-day and received by a great ovation. Business was suspended. At a meeting in the evening dO.OOO persons were present. Gladstone made a speech which consisted of an eloquent attack ou the Turkish government, but contained some accusations as on former occasions. He justified the popular agitation because the government pursued a zigzag policy and were always ready to revert to the policy of supporting Turkey. If the pop ular pressure was withdrawn ho doclared that the country was entirely sided with the liberal party. If the government dis puted the fact they should dissolve parlia ment to disprove it. At the close of Gladstone's spi&ch a resolution was unanimously parsed am;d great enthu siasm deciding that the wise aud honora ble policy would be for England to use her influence in conjunction with the authority of the great powers to exact from Turkey effectual guarantees against the maltreat mentand oppression of Christians. Glad stone's reception at the meeting was most enthusiastic. Upon his appearance on the platform, the whole audience rose and cheered some minutes uninterrapedly. THE LINCOLN TOMB ROBBERS AT SPRINGFIELD FOUND GUILTY. And.Sentenced to the Penitentiary for the Term of One Year Each. Springfield, II1..M ay 31. The Lincoln tomb robbery case was given to the jury about 12 o'clock last night, and this morn ing the jury returned a verdict of "guilty," and tentenced the defendants, Hughes and Alliums, to imprisonment in the peniten tiary for a term of one year. Their counsel entered a motion for a new trial, but it is not believed that it will ever be argued, in asmuch as the sentence is regarded as a light one. Girl Murdered. iORONTO, June 1. A - young woman. Alberti Wade, disappeared from home at Castletown Friday evening. A searching party, to-day, found her body buried in the woods three miles from the village. Two were arrested suspected of the murder. An inquest is being held. A Lady Killed by Jumping- From a car riage. Albany. N. Y., June 1. A pair of horses ran away iu Rural Cemetery to-day and Miss L'zzie Calboaoy, one of the oc cupants of the carriage, jumped and struck upon her head killing her instantly. GOV. HENDEICKS IS KEW YORK. He Will Visit Europe. New York, May 31, Ex-Governor Hendricks, of Indiana, will sail from this city for Europe ou June 13th. During his stay here the Democrats propose to give him a reception. TO-DAYS' ADVERTISEMENTS. Channel Ice 1 PERSONS wishing a Pure Quality of Ice can have it delivered in quantities to suit by leaving or ders at Leugeton's Drug Store. 6 ld2w GEO. LAMBERT. Information Wanted OF MICHAEL CONNOR, SUPPOSED TO BE IN Rock Island. He is a man Se6 years of age, dark c'.oudv hair and moustache, rather slim.about 5 feet tt inches in height. Is a moulder by trade andcatnefroniKeol.uk. Anyone knowing of his whereabouts wiil confer a favor by sending word to Via. Conner, at the Bellows House, .or through tne posiomce, 8d2t ELLEN CONNER. Notice to Contractors. DROPOSALS WILL BE RECETVDD CP TO I JUD4 9, a; 12 M.. for the erection of a school building, corner of 12th street and 9th avenae. The plans and specifications csn be seep from S to 12 . loc oj each nry, at the offl of the Board of Kduia'ion. Co tolilce block. The right to reject any aud all bide is reserved by the Board. S. W. McMASTER. President Board of Education. . Bock Island, May 81, 1877. dtd MOLrisnE ARGUS HEADQUAETERS MOZ.INE, ItH HABns & Sohrbbck's Drug and Bonk Store opposite First National Bank, where all orders can be left for the Argus', aud whtre all Mcliue business is transacted by O. J. Beardslee. busi-nt-ss notices should be handed in by noon to en sure publication the same day. &The alleys are clean as a whistle behind Kerns's alley brigade. 8,The Sylvan Boat Club's monthly business meeting occurs to morrow evening- fiThe highway commissioners will meet to-morrow to investigate some roads on the bluff. B J. Montgomery, arrested for being drunk and disorderly. Magistrate Swan der fined him $5 and costs. Paid. S4The street commissioner lias com menced cleaning up alleys. This morning he had a gang of men in the one south of Main street. BHere is another opportunity for Chas. Atkinson to display his magnanimity. Division street ought to be opened to the liver, and the land is owned by the Water Power Co. JBSapPeter Olson was arrested by Cfljcer Olson for being drunk and disorderly. Magistrate Swander fined him $5 and 6osts. No money, and he was set to work on the streets. J5P. Porter, the photographer, folded his tent and moved to Rock Island yester day. He will ply his trade there, while his home and family will remain in Moline. at least for the present. SSDrs. Morey and Davison and per haps other members of the Moline Medi ca' Society, will go to Chicago Monday next to attend a meeting nf the American Medical Society to be held in that city June 5th. 5Capt. Tiuum returned this morning lro:i Iowa, where he has been the past week attending a Turners' meeting in Des Moines, besides tutking a business trip for Wagner's brewery through some ot the principal towns in the state. JSSaT"A great deal of complaint is made by business men along Main street, about the negligence of the street sprinkler. Yesterday it was 3 o'clock and the dust blowing a perfect cloud before the sprink ler man returned from his dinner. g"TT.c committee on invitations say that no intentonal omission was made in not sending invitatioos to the African M. E. Sunday school, Moline Aid Society and King Solomon Lodge No. 20 A. F. & A, M. They say they were, ignorant of the existence of these organizations. JE"Gust Burk, the demented creature . . i a . spoken ot m yesterday s argus, was arrested and fined $20 by Magistrate j Swaudi-r for vagrancy. Having no money he was taken to tha Rock Island jail. His rnontal condition should be enquired into betore he is again set at liberty. iSYesterday, Brown Mapes took S. II. Vilie's sorrel horse out iuto the country for the purpose ot getting a match for Lim. When he returned the horse was taken sick and a veterinary surgeon was summoned from Davenport. It proved to lie n' thing serious however, and the horse is well to day. assy-1 here is an ordinance requiring horses to be fastened to a hitching post when left alone upon the street, but in walking three blocks, any day, you will see it violated lrom three to a dozen times. Some cne will have to be fined before the law-will be enforced. W hy not do it at once, and thus, perhaps, Fave some one's life? JBssylt is admitted by every one that op position is the life ol trade, and it is true with all trades. For instance, the musica business: No soouer was a singing school advertised than a hand orgau aud monkey appeared upon our streets, followed the next day by another hand organ, and now from morning to evening sweet melodies are wafted to our ears by every breeze. JESs&fWm.B. Strong, Esqr, geuerel super intendent of the C. B. & Q.R.R.,and Gen. Dana, superintendent of the St, Louis Divisiou. were in the city this morning looking after the interests of the road here The old freight house on RodniaL avenue will be moved east, to withiu 60 or 80 feet of the passenger depotnd repaired throughout. Superintendent strong says they propose expeudiog $4,000 or $5,000 in improvements in Moline. TheSt.Louis road has finally fallen into good hands, for which the people ol this section should feel thankful. Seek Island Market. Rock IsiANn, June 1 . FLOUR AND GRAIN. Winter Wheat flour, V bL wholesale.$10 8-ll 00 Family brands, " " .10 009 0 Second quality " " .. 9 00 Cornineal, " .. 60 Retail one dollar above these prices. Good Minnesota XXX Warner's Mill, retail 10 40 Wheat 1 6-VTil 68 Barley 2540 Oats, 40 60&65 Corn Rye THE GROCERY. Potatoes White Beans (navy) 1 00 3 00 10 Eggs doz Butter Choice Dairy, lb Cheese, lb Honey 1416 15(18 80c W lb Apples 6076 bu. Luttuce SO doz heads Radishes 0 " bunch Rhubarb SO " " Asnara'u. 6c W lb, tsplnach 400 ,3? rm' heas x w f ou. String Beaus 8 00 Cucumbers 25c y dor, Strawberries 1520c V qt. MEATS. Cattle Common, per ct. 4 003,4 75 Hogs Live, per cwt 4 00&4 50 Calves Live, per cwt 5 00 Sheen Live, uer cwt.. 4 SO Lard' 12K15 POULTRY. Chir-kens, dressed 810c &t Chickens, live S O0 S5 $ don HIDES. Green Cured DryKllnt 12 Green Country 7(cr8 Green Calf ? 1011 Uamaged, scored or grubby price. BrandKd, 10 fJc oil. - HAY. Timothy, $ ton.... f8 frame, 6657 siough, " &ae WOOD. Hickory, cord..... 5 STyas 50 ua , " 4 00 COAL. Market Sauare 19 At Yard. .. : 10 New Ycrli Market. Net? Yoas, June 1. FINANCIAL. Gold-107. Money 11V4. ' . Governments Weak. U.S. Bonds 6$ cent 5-20's 18P1 ....1.15 . " " 1865 old 1.08 " " lsrtt m w 1.10V4 " im i.i5H . wen.... l.itt U.S. 10.40V :i.l3 NewB'e .. .. .1.11 Oturency 6'e L25J4 COMMERCIAL. Wheat 1 2c' be tier; No 3 spring 1 56. Corn Fairly active; higher; new western mixed Hftww; OKI tto SWHl. uats-Quiet; western mixed and state 4064. Pork r inn ; 14 65. Lard FinoftWK i.i, . WaUky- lltf. Chicago Market. Chicago. Jnne 1. Wheat Strong and higher; 1 59W1 53 cash : 1 5 54 July. torn Active: snaue nigner; casn; 47 July. Oats Steadv; 87!i cah; July. Rye Unchanged. Barley Unchanged. Pork Easlar; 13 TO June; 13 85 July. Lard Firm : 9 30 cash . Whisky-1 07. LIVE STOCK. Hogs RtcMnts 1,500: weak; shade easier; sales light 5 003i5 3'J: packing 4 9o; shipping 5 055 30. Oattle tuiet; receipts 4.300. St. Lionis Market. St. Locib. June 1. Wheat Highet; No 3, fall 1 581 60!', ; No 4 do 1 m. Corn Lower; 4a4'3. Oats 3940liid. Whisky-1 07. Pork 14 15. Lard Nominal. LIVE STOCK, nogs Receipts 1,600; steady; 4 75C 10. Milwaukee Market. M'x.wacbbb.. June 1 Wheat 2;)c higher: 101 cash; 1 CI July: No 142 Com 43VJ . Oals Firm; 3ISVt. Rye 72. Barley SO. 2CEDICAL. THE 1TI01L DISEASE ! IS IT CURABLE? THOSE who have suffered from the various and . complicated form of disease assumed by Catarrh, and have tried many phys'dans and remedies without relief or cure, await the answer o this question with considerable anxiety. And well they may ; for no disease that can be men tioned is so universally prevalent and so destruct ive to health as Catarrh. Bronchitis. Asthms, Couuhs, and serious and frequently fatal affeciions of the lui:gs follow, iu many cages.a case of simple but neglected Catarrh. Ottier sympathetic affect ions, such as deafness, impaired eye-sight, and lo.s of sense of smell, may be referred to as minor but nevertheless serious results of neglected Ctarrb, bad enough in themselves, but as nothing com pared with the daneetous affections of the throat and lungs likely to follow. IT CAN BE CURED, T can be cured. There Is no doubt about it. The immediate relief afforded by Sanpobd's Radical Cure for Catarrh is but a slight evidence of what miiy follow a persistent use of this remedy. The har.t, incrnsted matter that tins lodged in tlie nasal passages is removed with a few applications; tne ulceration aud lnnuinmation summed and healed ; the entire membranous lining of Hie head are cleansed and purlfleil. Constitutionally its actiou is that of a powerful purifying agent, de stroying in its course through the system the acid poison, the destructive agent m catarrhal diseases. SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE S a local and constitutional remedy, and is ap plied to the nasal passages bv insufflation with Dr, Sanford's Improved Inhaling Tube, which accompanies each boole free of charge; and internally, or constitutionally, where, by its action on the mucous coatings of the thro&t and stomach. it frees tbe system from the poison generated by Catarrh. Until this result is effected no permanent cure can be made. '1 hits the united action of this lemedy is supetior to all others or combination of others. Sanford's Eadical Cure HAS worked a revolution in the treatment of Catarrh. It has demonstrated beyond all doubt that this di3ae, even in its severest forms, is curable, and that comfort and happiness may be made to follow years or misery, yu.rs of snnering, by a persistent nse of it. The method of treat ment originated by Dr. Sanford, viz., the local and coustiin'.ional, by a rem 'dy prepared by distilla tion, is the only one ever offered to the public that will bear the test of time. Sanford's Eadical Cure Is Prepared by Distillation. EVERY plant and herb that yields its medical essence to it i placed in in Improved still and there mingled with a solvent Una id, w hich. by heat, is made to pass over into the receiver, bearing with it the healing essences or j ii : of these plants and herbs, free from every c.mtiimiiiHtion, pure and colorless. Thus the active, medical constituents of thousands of pounds of herbs mav be condensed into a very small compass. In this way S-an-korb's Radical Cure is divested of theiiauseatinir. worthless features of all other remedies, while its curnive properties are increased tenfold. It is positively the greatest medical triumph of the age. Each package!contaius Dr.'.Sanford's .Impnved Inhaling Tube, with full direc'ions for nse in all cases. Price $1,00. For sale by all wholesale and retail druggists throughout the United States WEEKS & POTTER, General Agents anl Whole- sal COLLINS' VOLTAIC PLASTERS An Electro-Galvanic Battery combined with the Celebrated Medicated rorus Strengthening Plaster, forming the best 'laster tor pains and aches in the World f Medicine. ELECTSICITY As a grand curative and restorative agent is not aualled bv auv element or medicine in the his- ofthe healing art. Lnless the vital sBark has fled the body, restoration by means of electricity Is possible, ii is tbe last resort ol an physicians and surgeons, and has rescued thousands, apparently dead, from an untimely grave, when no other human agency could havj succeeded, Ihis is the leading curative element in this Plaster. BALSAM and PIKE The healing properties of our own fragrant balsam and piue ana the gums ol tne East are too well kuown io require aescnpiion. xneirgraieiui, nealing, soothing, and strengt ening properties are Known to tnousanas. v uca comoinea in accordance with late aud important discoveries in pharamacy their healing and strengthening prop- rues are increaseu icmoiu. in inis respect our Plaster la tbe beet in use without tbe aid of elec tricity. . . TWO IN ONE. 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Washington street PEORIA. ILL WILCOX I Shoio RHrm,2l Maiden Txine, X. Y. Factories, Wett Meritlev, Con Manufacturers of Plated Tea Sets PORCELAIN LINED Ice Pitchers, Castors, WAITERS, Coffee and Ice Water Urns. K. V V. l 14 ri l-r.X ' FRUIT STANDS, CAKE BASKETS, BERRY DISHES, SpoonH $c Forks, rearl. Ivory and Steel Handled KNIVES. &C, &CM &C. VJT-These Goods can be found at all First Class Devils in Plated Ware. In purchasing call for rr WILCOX'S quadruple plate, aa 481.- Shew Cases. AH STYLES. CHEAPEST PLAGE In the City . Send for Pi Ice List . J. E. BERRY, Prop., 90 State Street, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. E0BEET G. LTJTKB, (Successors to J, R. ZEIGLkk.? Manufacturers ol METAL & WOOD R Ti U -V C A S F S ! OF ALI. DESCRIPTIONS. rea - i.'b Hamilton Street, PkCHA, ILL Correspondence aolicited and orders prompti nLed, 5KOBERT Q. LUTKE I FlELD BROS., A genu. Rock Island. SILVER FLATS CO F SHOW OASIS.