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Rock Island, Illinois, Tuesday, June 5, 1877. BstatHsliea Oct 18, 1851 h Railroad Time Table. OIIOA30.SOCS ISLAND & PACIfIG S. 8. SOIXS BAST TRUHS 1I1TI At 00 a. m.; 4:30 p.m.; and 9:85 p. m. Trains! HOESE KAILS arrive from west as above. OI1I8 WIST TBJUXS LI1VB At 8:40 .m.; 10:10 a. tn., and :00 p. m. arrive from the east as above. Train POLISHED JL . en Ri irrC "n til .'CJ 6lHAMMEREDAND FINISHED! , y "' "" TELEGRAPHIC. WXSTXBKTOICIT SAIlBOAD. FOR RACINE & MILWATJCEE. ISAVS ARRIVE Day Express and Mali 9:05 am 6:00 am Nivht Express 10:15 p k 6:50 pm The night express leaving Rock Island every Sunday 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. Threngh tickets only good on ST. LOUIS & BOCK ISLAND 5. B. OTWO SOUTH THAIS I.1AT At 8.00 a. m. and 6:15 p. m. dally, AKRIVB FROM ST. LOUIS At 9:50 a. m. dally, and 9:15 p.m. BTESLIUa TUIS3 UATX At 4.3J p. m. ARBIV rBOM 8TIBLINS At 10:40 a. m. FEOSXA ft EOCslsLAND RAILWAY. SOOBTI9T BOUTS TO IBB BAST AMD SOUTH. 1.BAV1 ABB1VB. Eastern Ei 5 50 a.m. Mall ft Ex. l:(2p, ml Man a a, a. i-wp. m. western Jtx. 6:r5p. m. Way Freight 6 ;90 a. m. Way Freight 8:25 p. m. The 6:00 a.m. train makes close connection at alva with C Bft O, for Aledo and Keithsbnre. also at Peoria with PPAJ, for Jacksonville, Spring eld. St Loots and all points sooth and southwest. arriving in si ixmis at 7:00 p m. The 1:50 train makes close connection atGalva with C B A Q R R, for the west; arriving atQulncy at 9:45 p m., also at Peoria with I B & W, and T PA W., for points east and southeast, OOAL VALL17 llima CO.'S TSAIKS. 6 6 ! to The Ausable Nails are Hammered Hot, and the Finishing and Pointing are done Cold, thus Imitating the Process of MaJcitiff Nails by Hand. Quality vi fully Guaranteed. For sale by all loading Iron ami hard ware houses. ABRAHAM BUSSING, Sec'y, 35 Chambers St., New York. IAL NOTICES. LBATB. 7:06 a. . 11:00 m. ABBIVB. 10:80 a. m- 8 :80 r. m. j The most extraordinary discovery in the World is tin Oreat Arabian Remedy for Man and Beast II. G. FARRELL'S CELEBRATED ARABIAN LINIMENT. fiOCS ISLAND ft KEB3EB CO.. S. E. Leave Rock Island at 9 :00 a. m., and 4 :00 p. m. Ar riving at Cable at 11 :10 a. mi, and 6:00 p. in. Leave Cable at 6:30 a. m., and 12:45 p. m. Arriving at hock istana at :u a. m., ana a.uu p. m. - ARTISTIC TAILOSINB ZIMMER & STE6EMANN, No. 1,008 Second Ave N. side Union Square, Merchant Tailors I AVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE AND WELL assorted stock of H English and Trench Diagonals, Worsted Suitings, Beavers, Doeskins, etc., etc. ryA.l work guaranteed and prices reasonable. SS3ALIAS. WILLIAM L. ROBINSON, MAKUPACTURER OF E Gr A. JL I A. AND LODGE SUPPLIES, Is well known to possess the most wonderfully healing, penetrating and stimulating properties, and by lis promptness In effecting cures, which previously had lesisted ail other medicines, ad ministered by the most scientitic physicians, has placed it far beyond any similar remedy ever in troduced to the people of the United States. It stimulates th absorbents to increased actiou. and thus enables nature to throw off disease it pene trates to tne Dones, aaaing strengtn ana activity to the muscles it Is powerfully anodyne and there- oy aiiays nervous irriiatiau,pruaucing a aeiignmil ly pleasing sensation tnrongn ine wnoie irame. Owing to its remarkable anticeptic properties, it purities and neutralizes that poisonous, corrosive principle which renders old nlcerous sores so diffi cult to heal; it therefore Is peculiarly adapted to their speedy enre. This Liniment from its pene trating and strengthening qualities has been found to be a Bpeclflc for Paralysis or Palsy, Whiteswcll- mes ana diseased joints, and In fact all complaints involving tne muscular system. It has curt d cases of Rheumatism of twenty to thirty years standing, and affections of the fciune wherein the entire l i t , i.a -3i i. . UaSSiLU.ereS. I the patient could not walk or stand without artifi ciai supDcrt. umerous cases oi raisy nave oeen cured when the flesh had withered, leaving nothing but the dried skin jnd 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 coughs at tending Consumption, Asthma aud Colds. It heals wounds speedily will cure Scaldhead, Stance, etc. Planters and farmers will find it a most valuable medicine to .he applied to horses and cattle for Sprains, Bruises, Lameness, Stiff Joints. Sweeney. Dry Shoulder, V ounds. Burns, Splint. Chafes or Galls, Hardened Knots on the flesh, etc, For Odd Fellows. Masons, Druids, Knights Pythias, Red Men, Temperance, sod all other SocietlM. of DEALER IN - Gold and Silver Laces, Fringes, STARS, BP.AIDS, ETC. 886 Maiu Street, WORCESTER. MASS. ROOT BEER. KNAPP'S Extract of Roots FOR MAKING ROOT BEER. The attention of Drugg'sU and Beer Makers is niiMil in the nhnw n&mHfl nrcTiaration. One of the healthiest and pleasantet beverages known is made from this Extract.the reputation of which has I been well established for over ao years, and the in creased sales for it iu those localities where it has beon used fully indorse its merites. This Extract, from which the popular Beverage known as KNAFP S ROOT BEER is made, is put up in bottles at 25c., 50c., $3, and In half gallon and tail on cans 5 nnd $10 each. which makes respectively, 10. 25, 200, 4K) and 800 gallons of Beer. General LH'pot, WSA Hndson Street NEW TOKK And sold by all Wholesale Druggists and Patent Medicine Dealers at manufacturers prices. For sale in Rock Island by John Bengston. LOOKOUT FOR COUNTS KFEITS ! The public are cautioned against another conn er.'elt, which has lately made its appearauce.called W. B. t arrell's Arabian i.iniment, me most danger ons of all the counterfeits, because hi having the name of Fan-ell. manv will buy it in good laitu without the knowledge that a counterfeit exists, and tbey will perhaps only discover their error when tuesp'irious mixture has wrought its evil el 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 get it with the letters 11. G. before Farrell's thus H. G. FAUKELL'S and bis signature on the wrapper, all other are counter feits. Sold by all druggists and by regular authorized agents throughout the United States. fifrice w and ) cents, ana l per raniic. AtJENTS WANTED la every town, villatre and bamlet in the United Statss, in which one is not al ready established. Address II. G. Farrell as above, accorapauied with good character, responsibility, etc. Telegraphed to the Hock Island Argus.) FOREIGN NEWS. London, June 5. A doRntr.h fAni Calcutta to the Times says: The latest news from the famine districts in tnnm cheerful. A general rain fall ha mproved the Drosoects. The Standard has a telegram, via Maderia, statin? that the king of Dahomey paid a fine of five hundred puncheons ofoiland the block ade was raised on th 19th of Mm T handred puncheons of this oil were lost by the wreck of the steamer Gambia. iNEW Iork, June 5. -The Herald's London dispatch says: "A dispatch from lrzeroum, dated yesterday 4 d. m.. savs the liussian scouts have been seen from the heights of the Ottoman eorna from RarnWilissn rn fockkalch and Dehbaba is threatened by an advance detachment of the Russian centre. News received at the Russian head quarters at Ploejesti. from Asia, is verv meagre. From the armv ntipratincr in the neighborhood of Kars it is announced that beavy hghting has taken place at Ottor ou the lower Bodor river, but no details are given. The fighting arose from an attempt of the Abchasians to pass the river. A despatch from Rustchuk says: Notwithstanding the reports published in the English journals, not a single Russian soldier has yet crossed the Danube. Atten tion is now concentrated on Nicopolis and Oltinitza, but everything is how compara tively quiet at those points. JjONDOn, J une 5. In the house rt com mons this a. m. a dispatch was laid on the table, addressed by Lord Derby to Lord Lyons, lintish ambassador at Paris. The dispatch is dated May 16. Lord Derby informs Lord Lyons that Great Britain had declined the rronosal of M. de Lcs Ee- Deatn. from Hydrophobia A Princely quest. Boston, June 5. Samuel Warhurst died of hydrophobia at Sangus Centre, Mass, this morninsr. He was bitten 2 months ago. and symptoms of the disease were well defined. The will of Charlotte Harris, of Charles towL, gives $80,000 to PeTkns, the insti tution for the blind, $ 10.000 to the Charlestown library, and 47.000 to other institutions, the rest, except a few private legacies, goes to the Massachusetts gen eral Hospital. A Defaulter Arrested and then Escapes. Chicago, June 5. Avery Moore.suDer- visor of the West town, has defaulted to the amount of about $8,000. He was arrested last night, but, through the inad vertence of the officer, escaped and cannot be tound. Weather Probabilities. Washington, June 5 The' Signal Ser vice observations taken at 10 o'clock this forenoon indicate the following weather probabilities for this afternoon and to night: Indications for the northwest: Lower pressure, stationary or lower temperature, winds variable, .mostly from the north and east, and partly cloudy weather with rain areas. Train Belayed by Caterpillars in Canada. London, Ont., June 5. Trains on the different railroads are much delayed this forenoon, by caterpillars. The track ia covered with millions of them. "Who's Got the Lucky Number? New Orleans, June 5. Gens. Jubal Early and Beauregard are superintending the lottery drawine. No. 87167 drew $100, 000; No. 34,754 drew $50,000; and No. 37, 419 drew $10,000. A $15,000 Tire. " Detroit, June 5. The planing mill of 'r 1 ii! , , sups to keep open the Suez canal to all '.fjhas. Tegeler, on High street, was de- stroyed by fare early this morning.. Loss Ale ...... ' DR. SCHENCK'S PULMONIC SYHUP Insurance Company, OF JEW TOBK. CHARTERED 1S25. BAHFFL T. SKI DM ORE, Prssldsat. IltMlI A. OAKL1.I, Vice Prsl lent Insures Asalast Loss or Daaa, Tira. rOBPOUflESAPPIl 12 HAYES A CLEAVELASP, Aents Rot b Islam! HI. Sea Wkkd Tonic and Makbkaks Pills. These medicines have undoubtedly performed more cures of Consumption than any other remedy known to the American public. They are compouLded of vegetable ingredients, and contain nothing which can be Injurious to the human constitution. Other remedies advertised as cures for Counipti'.n probably contain opium, which is a somewhat dan gerous drug in all cases, and If taken freely by con sumptive patients, it must do great injury; for its tendency is to confine the morbid matter in the system, which, of course, must make a enre impos sible. Schenck's Pulmonic Syrup is warranted not to contain a particle of opium; it is composed of powerful but harmless herbs, which act on the lungs, liver, stomach and blood, and thus corrects ail morbid secretions, aud expel ali the diseased matter from the hodj Th. se are the bnly means by! which CQiisuKPtion can be cured, ana as Schenck's Pulmonic Syrup, Sea Weed Tonic aud Mandrake Pills are the only medic nes which ope rate In this way, it is obvious that tlicj are the only genuine cure for Pnlmonary Consumption. Each bottle of this invaluable medicine is accompanied by full directions. Dr. Schenck is professionally at his principal cilice, corner Sixth and Arch Sts.. Philadelphia, every Monday, where all letters for advice must be addressed. MARRIED LADIES rsESS nations, and had intimated to Russia that any attempt to biackade or otherwise inter fere with the canal or its approaches would be regarded by England as a menace to India, and grave injury to the commerce of the world, incompatible with the mainte nance of the British attitude of passive neutrality. At the same time it was inti mated to the Porte and the Khedive that England was formerly determined not to permit the canal to be made the scene of any combat or other warlike operation. Manchester, June 5. A Vienna dis patch says the Turks exaggerate their trouble. It is believed that the main bodv of the Russian centre is still near Kars, and that the recent panic atErzeroum was provoked by flying corps of Cossacks and irregulars. London, June 5. The Times Berlin special savs, it is asserted on good author ity that Moltke regards Russia's chances as steadily improving, in consequence of ex traordinary negligence and lack of fore sight of the Turks. London, June 5. A private dispatch from Lima slate that Don Nicholps Re pierola, the revolutionist, and his suit, surrendered themselves to the Peruvian authorities, with the iron-clad turret ship Huascar, which his partisans had seized, The British and African Steam Naviga tion uotxpanys steamer uambia was wrecked on the 18th of May at Cape Palm ers. 1 he crew and passengers were saved. NEW York, June 5. A London spec ial says a despatch from St. Petersburg says that Prince Gotschakoff's note to Lord Derby, of which Count bchonvaluff is bearer, states that the Czar does not want any territorial increase in Europe but only desires antanomy for Bulgaria and the independence of lloumania and Servia, lie also demands the cession ol Armenia from Bayizid to the coaft, but not includ ing Ewrnne. CetinO.e, .June 5, A battle occurred to day lasting several hours near Waljot. The Turks were defeated and lost 5U0 men. Montenegrin losses unknown. Condensed Telegraphic News. Tuesday June 5. Tom Scott, nresident of the Pennsylvania road, denies that hi3 road has made any reduction in fares or freights irom New lork, westward. Col. Nelscn A. Miles telecraDhsto head quarters that on May 17th he attacked a bioux villiage of 51 lodges, killed many ot the Indians, iucluding Lame Deer, the headchiet, and captured 50 horses, mules aim pomes, ioouc i soldiers were killed and others wounded in the fight. rour survivors of the crew of the tlebecca JJartlett, have been broueht to Glouchester, Mass., on the brig Catherine, who picked them up after five days suffer ing, and when they were weli-nigh dead. i ne secretary oi tne treasury nas pro hibited district attorneys from receiving more than $4,000 in lees, per year. J. 1 . Lalamaud, a Irench merchant in Memphis, jumped from the balcony of the jail in that city, a distance of 30 feet, and was instantly killed. He leaves a wife and five children. A despatch from Ottawa, Out., says Sitting Bull is now at Wood Mountain, in Canadian territory. MOLINE. ARGTJS HEADQUABTJEBS KOLIHE, Richards & Sohrbbck's Drug and Book Store opposite First National issns, where ail orders can be left for the Akqds, and where all Mollne business is transacted by O. J. Beardslee. Busi ness notice should be handed in by noon to en sure publication the same day. TEBB1BX.S TOEHADO ix.x.raoi! IS SOTTTHESH Rock lsis.ii d a arks I. FINANCIAL stamp for confidential circular of great value F. 1). C LA It el r., ISO O. CiarKiSl.. ynicago. Dr. SPECULATION In Wall Street. Rrtn oOO has been made in a slnsrle investment $100. This of coarse is an extraordinary occur rence; but ordinarily $5 can realize say $25,000. Even sums as low as $1 can be safely invested, When . , . i . a. e rwui aYnra,oie result can buuw prim ui c u. Circulars civlng full information sent free by ad uressms aavm. v " - " b No. 11 Wall St., N.Y. TTTmTH)PCI of Self Abuse or Indiscretion V Aw 1 IIVIO send stamp for "Celbbkatbo Work" on Nervou t and Private Diseases. Aauress Chicago Mkuical Institute, 180 S. Clark St., Chicago. S25,S50,S400,S200, S500. Th reliable house of ALEX. FROTHINGHAM . n . tin. 12 Wall street. New lork publish a handsome eight page weekly paper, called the Weekly Flnauclal Report, which they send free to ii v riilKss. In addition to a large number of edi- tnrlnls on financial and other topics, it contains very full and accurate reports of the sales and tor.lc. bond and security dealt in .nu unnb if.T,-hiii'n. Messrs. Frothikoham & (Jo . are extensive brokers of large experience and tried integrity. In addition to their stock broker k.i7..a tiiov what are termed "Prlvlliges" or "Puts and Calls," now one of the favorite meth ods of legitimate speculation. Their advice is val nable, and by following it many bayemadelor- unes. New York Metropolis. s:aies. DOWN WITH HIGH PRICES. ! CHICAGO SCALE CO., 68 A 70 W. Monroe Street, CHICAGO, ILL. A.CA.R33. To all who are snfferlng 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 yon, FREE OF CHARGE. This great remedy was discovered by a missionary in South America. Send a self-addressed envelope to the Ray. Joseph T. Inmah Station D, Bible House New York City, MATHEWS' LIQUID STARCH GLOSS! Gives a splendid gloss and finish to all starched goods, making them whitxr and clearxr than wax or anything else, and prevents the iron from ttlcklug. Trial bottle Tree. Put np in 4-oa bottles, price 15c Sold by uro- cers aPd Druggists. A. I. MATHEWS & CO., 85 Murray St., N. Y. AINDSEY'S BLOOD SEARCHER I the grtcit Blood rcmcdr of (he mjre. d Tetter, Scrofula, Ulcera, Boll. Piniplw, and tiuS Blood dlaeaa Tld to It woodartui power. Vns nirMMl ti the niarmnree of beallta. Ked ! It eured my md oi oorotuia. "romtmt i ttotnetrtlie, O. " U cored my ctuid or tnrpe-, ri.u iM K XmAtmer. Larimer. Fa frioe Bl. R. -m. stcr.LEKM CO.. Prop', Pitubunrb. Pa. The cenuioo ha our paoie on bottom of wmppw. Camphorine I Is the most effectnsl remedy sold, is m luxury to use, gives the best satisfaction, gives instant relief, will not grease or stain tue mwi ueucnn iunv. has a pltasant and refreshins odor. Ii will nme diately relieve and cure Rheumatism, Chromic and Acute; Neuralgia and Catarrh, Headache and Swelled Face. Sore Throat. Sprains and Bruises, BUD.ons ana Chilblains, jvrupuou w me oma, Pain in Chest, Back or Limbs, Burns and Scalds. 323 Kor sale by all Druggists. Kan? Lives Xogt and Mneh Property Des troyed. Cincinnati, June 5. Mt. Carmel, 111., which was struck by a tornado last even ing is a striving town of about o.OOO in habitants, on tho Cairo & V incennes rail road. The most prominent buildings des troyed by the hurricane were tho court house, two newspaper offices, three churches, one the finest in Southern Illi nois, two school houses, about twenty homes, and about one hundred residences destroyed or damaged either by wind or fire. The loss is estimated from $3U(J,Q00 to $500,000, The same storm damaged a number of buildings in other towns lying in its pathway. At Mattoou, the resideuce of Willis Walkup was thrown into the Etreet and turned bottom side up, wounding Mrs, Walkup seriously. Mt. Carmel, June 5. The tenible tornado which passed over here struck the town at the south end of Cherry street, passed almost due north taking in about one square, east and west, destroying almost everything in its course. Twenty two dead bodies have been found thus far, Georgo Watkins, Wm. Newkirk, George Bryant, S. Goodrich, Fred. Geoke, J. .Mosterson. child. John Jennie. Mrs. Burton, Jno. A. jidsar, Charles Newman, Bern. Ballard, Geo. Moore, V ilue.VValler, Jno. Long. James Ilighe, Miss Stockcnye, James Beed, Miss Dolph Dyer, Lathrop D. Lebaner, C, L. Poole.and many wound ed, whose names cannot now be ascer tained. Ihe damage done to property is estimated at $300,000. ihe tjre was finally subdued after six hours steady work bv the firemen. A correct estimate of losses cannot now be made, as a num ber of farmers were in from the country whose teams were scattered around among the debris. Physicians were brought from Carmi and adjoining towns by epecia trains to assist in the care of the wounded, KOCK IM.AN1), JtlUr . FLOUK AND GRAIN. W -Inter Wheat flour, y bbl. wtiolesab-.llO s & 00 Family branrlt". , ..10 OtKail 80 Second quality - . . 9 00 Cornineal, " .. 2 60 Retail one dollar above these prices. Good Minnesota XXX Warner's Mill, retail 10 40 Wheat i',ydl 68 Barley 25S0 Oats a Corn 40 Rye. to65 THE GROCERY. Potatoes 1 00 White Beans (navv) , 8 00 Eggs $) doz 10 Butter Choice Dairy, lb 145116 Cheese, Ii lb ISCrelS Honey 20c lb Apples tX io v or Luttuce 30 doz heads Radirhes SO " bunch Rhubarb 30 " " Aspara-xu : 6c 49 lb, !-pluach .ic f ou. Peas 8 00jbu. filing rteaiis sou Cu cumbers , , 25c 99 doz, Strawberries 15(200 qt MEATS. Cattle Common, per cwt. 4 004 7 Hogs Live, per cwt 4 U04 50 Calves Live, per cwt 5 00 Sheep Live, per cwt 4 50 Lard , 13Vj15 POULTKY. Chickens, dressed SC?10c !p lb Chickens, live 2 00 25 doz HIDES. Green Cured S&SSi Dry Flint U Green Country 78 ureen can 1G11 Jiamagea, scored or grubby H price. Branded, 10 lc off. HAY. Timothy, f tor. f8. Prairie, " Wfjj7 Slough, ' .- 66 WOOD. Hickory, cord 5 255 50 Oak , " . 4 505 00 COAL. Market Square At laras -. For Sale ! OEVERAL WELL-BRED DURHAM BULL ax tt cl nA Tirinn 1Rfl O Calves, at my stock farm, at Lougview, on Rock 4-ton Hay Scales, $60; Old price. ,et j miles above Milan, and 1A mUes frtm All other sizes at a'great reduction. AU tscaies I Coal v' alley. Will be sold low. , wananwa band tor citcalar aaa pnos us. ' ju w, u. ukuuiuii-i'. Eard on newspaper SXen In Francs. Paris. June 5. A circular from Four ton, minister of the. interior, to the pre fects instructs them to revise all licenses for hawking" and se'ling newspapers and books, and only allow fit agents, offering Droper guarantees to social order, to re tain their licenses. The prefects are also instructed to prosecute any persons who in the cafes, and other pubua places spread 'false reports calculated to disturb public tranquility, Hayes and his Cabinet talk of Be form V. S. Marshals' Beads to Fall. Washington. June 5. At a cabine meeting to day it was decided to appoint Thos. B. Bryan, formerly of Chicago,-. but for several years past a resident of this citv. for commissioner for the District o Columbia, vice Gen. J. tl. Jvetchum re sigued. No other appointments were de termined upon. JVIost ot tne session was occupied by a discussion upon needed re forms in customs and revenue service and the most advisable means of carrying out such reforms. , Yarious reductions in offi ces of U. S. marshals throughout the country were discussed with a view to re ducing the expenses of that branch of tie pribliQ errice 4 ' " New YorJx Market. Nbw Yobk, Jane 5. FINANCIAL. Gold-105. Money 1. Governments Weak. . 8. Bonds 61 cent 5-20's 1S81 1.15U " 1865 old 1.08 " 1866 mw ....!.(&$ " " 1867 ..1.1S 116 U. S. 10.40's 1.12?4 News 1.10 Currency 6's. 1.S2 COMMERCIAL. ' Wheat Dull; easier: No 3, Milwaukee spring 1 B9. Corn Dall and easier; new wsstera mixed hiM I street oats duu i mixed western ana state 3mu5: wnitewg.i. Pork Heavy: 14 5U. tard Dull ; 9 40a 50. Whisky-l 11. . B-The Plow City realized $9.50 out of her excursion to Hampton, yesterday. SBraces for awnings were being placed over the west windows in the First National bank to day. Norton, one of the oldest drivers on the street car line, was discharged last night. He says no re-son was assigned. J6The Plow City B. B. Club will play a match game Saturday next on the Water Power Co. s island, with the Kock Island j club, for the gate money. The Bock Isl anders have four imported players, making it a strong nine. aud. - it is expected that a close game will be played Saturday. EST On complaint of W. It. Moore.John King was arraigned before Magistrate bwioder tin morning for keeping a vicious dog, said dog having bitten Charles Moore, brother of complainant. The court, after hearing the evidence, which was very contradictory, decreed that the dog should be shot, and that King pay the costs amounting to $5,35. Mrs. King and her daughter,because they did not see the dog bite the boy, swore that he did not do it, but the court told them he thought they were lying, and ordered Olson to shoot the dog. Fisherman's Luck. Two Moline sports, John Ilealy and Wm. Hines, went over to Duck creek fish ing yesterday, and when returning home their boat filled with water (not fish) and evidenced a disposition to explore the bot tom of the river. Both being good swim mers, they concluded, if the boat would not carry them, to carry the boat, and after a hard struggle, in which Hines lost his boots and all the fash they had caught, (hey succeeded in landing the boat and themselves about the middle of the island on the North side. They besought two men. who were on the wing dam when they passed, to rescue them, but were only laughed at. Ihis was certainly a narrow escape, tor had they not been excellent swimmers they would have drowned. Regular Monthly Meeting of the Ko Hue City Council. Council met at 7:30 P. M. Present, the Mayor and all the Aldermen. Minutes of last meeting read and approved. Committee on streets and alleys made the following reports: On the plat of N. E. sub-division of block "G," iu the Mo lino Water Power Co. s addition ; that they had exatrincd the same and would advise that it be approved. On motion of Alderman Hemenway the report was cccepted and plat adopted. On the bills of H. Schumaker aud Hans Fredricksnn lor $135 and $250 respective ly; that the same be not allowed. They further reported, that, in their opinion the public good required if it could be done at a moderate cost to the city, the road on the bluff should be wideued 30 feet across out-lots now occupied by Schu maker, Beck. Strosahl and Fredrickson; and recommend that a committee be ap pointed to confer with the parties, and re nort at some Juture meeting ot the coun cil. On motion, report was accepted and the same committee appointed. Moved by Alderman Barnard that & com mittee of three Le appointed by the Mayor to deyise some plan for a better fire pro tection; to be submitted to the council at some future meeting before the auuual appropriation is made. Motion carried. and Aldermcu Barnard, Ainsworth and Ells appointed as committee. Chief Eugineer rdorey reported on the condition of the public cisterns and other matters belonging to the fire department, as loitows; mat ::u tne cisterns, except the two new ones, and the top of one ol the old ones, were In good condition; also that from 800 t l.LKK) feet of tho city Lose was useless for fire purposes. Moved -by Alderman fehalleue, that the fire committee be instructed to purchase 000 teet ot .suitable nose: also to repair the top of the old cistern. Carried. Surveyor Gordon presented a profile of a proposed grade (n Rodman avenue- On motion of Alderman Elis referred to street and alley committee. James Ivnetsar appeared before the council and stated that, on account of some change that had been made by the city in the Sugar Hollow ditch, his property had been overflowed and damaged, and asked that the city council cxa-rine into the mat ter. Referred to street and alley commit tee. An ordinance, constituting a Board nf Health for the city, was read by J. W. Morey. and referred to the city attorney. Moved by Alderman Barnard, that an ordinance be drawn making Rodman avenue 80 leet wide Irom Park street to Washington avenue, in accordance with plans drawn by Daniel Gorden. Carried by the following vote; Aye, Hemenway. Ainsworth, Grants, Barnard, Ells and Stenger, Nay, Shallene and White. MuYed by Alderman Grantz. that.io the future, all city revenues, not otherwise provided for, shall be paid into the city clerk's hands, and by him to the treasurer, also that the bonds of the city clerk be raised from $3,000 to $10,000. Carried unanimously. The mayor appointed C P. Curti9 assistant fcbgineerof the fire department. The mayor appointed the following standing committees: On bridges, W hite and Barnard. Public buildings aud grounds. Ells and Grant?. Printing, Hemenway and Ainsnorth. The following bills, approved by the finance committee, were allowed: $ 819,61 Fire 84,04 Police SU.4H General , 908.70 Gas JV6,0C Bridge 81.W) streets. On motion the petition wa9 granted; the pipe to belaid under the irection of the street superintendent. Petition of C. C. Waters and others. asking that an ordinance be passed for the aying ot a sidewalk on the north side of Main street, from Spring to Atkinson treet, was read and referred to the street committee. Petition of J. E. Mitchell and others. asking that an alley be opened between block 6, in Andrews addition, and the adjoining land, was. on motion of Hemen way, laid on the table. Petitions of Albert Johnson and others. asking that a sidewalk be laid on the east side of Pitts street, from Rodman avenue to Lincola street, and of Reimer Erbst and others, asking that a sidewalk be laid on the east side of blocks 9 and 10. Pitts. Gilbert & Pitts' second addition to Moline; also on the east side of the Water Power Co's. land on Ontario street; said sidewalk to extend from Main to Henry street, on the west side of Ontario street, were on motion of Aid. Ells, referred to the street committee. Treasu; .'s rept rt for May w as read and referred to the finance committee. Police Magistrate Swander's report. and the bridge tender's report were read and approved. Lx-City Attorney Moore made a supple mental report of the decision of Judge Pleasants' on the case of Reuben Wells et al, vs. the city of Moline, which was ac cepted anJ ordered filed. On motion adjourned. S. T. Walker, City Clerk. Mr. Samuel J. Tilden has been inter viewed by a southern gentleman, to whom he declared he would have taken a firm stand and insisted on his right to the presidency, but for the fear that the Radicals would drench the country in blood. Commercia I Advertiser. Mr. Tilden has had no such interview. aad has said no such thing. iV. Y. Sun. 1 he bun is undoubtedly correct in its statement. There are however a large number of Republicans who would have been happy if Botne pretext for drenching the country in blood had been offered through the action of Mr. Tilden cr the Democracy, that they might again fatten off the spoils of war. Such Republicans you hnd today sullenly condemning Hayes' policy of reconciliation, while their judgment they know it is right. HANUPACTUHEES. MANUFACTURERS OP POINTED, POLISHED AND FINISHED Horse Shoe Nails RECOMMENDED BY OVER 20,000 HORSJG SHOERS All Nails are made ol the bett NORWAY IRON", i and Warranted perfect and ready for driving. tS'" Orders filled promptly and at the )owe rates by GLOBE NaIL C0MT BOSTON. LIND, HAGERTY & CO., PRACTICAL in ill wrights I Contractors & Builders Of all descriptions ot ihe tion, Edwards rierrepont has won the hearts of the British aristocracy by his respectful and deferential demeanor when in their presence. He has earned the re gard ot lintish politicians by assuring them that in lntelietual ability and per sonal integrity they are vastly superior to the statesmon whom he left behind him in America. He has captured the afftC'ion I tracts for building and machinery, and give pe-son ot the British fish dealers by compliment ing them upon their culture and refine ment of manner. He has gracefully at tested his own love for dear old British names by sending his son to a certain school because it happened to be taught by the rector of Holme-Pierrepont. It now remains for the Hon. Edwards Pierrepont to congratulate the Lancashire coal miners cu their habits of cleanliness, and the inmates of Neweate on their high standard of morality. Having done this. he should resign his office under the American government, apply for papers of British citizenship, ana, as a Briton in name as well as in heart, take his place among that numerous body of whom Thackeray wrote in his celebrated treatise on the Snobs ot England. 3Xi.ll rVt f i oil i ii o ry . DrftCZotsand Specifications for Flourine Mills Saw Mills, Distilleries and Gram Elevators trade out on short notice. Are prepared to take con- al attention to a., he details of construction. Re pairs of all kinds .oniptly attended to whether or dered by mall or in person. At tne old stand ot 11 Urooki. (new No.. 525 No 16 . Washington street PEORfA, ILL AlMrens t-k HnT.SIM "WILCOX SILM PLATE COMFY. Show Room, 21 Maiden Lane, Ar. Factories, West Men Jen, Conn. MARRIAGE? SECRETS. DR. t!nTTAVW4Wfl Marriaf eOuide illu5trftCed with numerous engravings rum i ii n'tcnr Bi i ine in- ouiiitive should know nn Courtship, MvTiftire, th Physiological Myvterirs and Revelations oftha Sexua 1 sy stem . how to cure Ilkind of DisfAsea, with hundreds of valuable receipts, who should marry ,the impediments to tnarrisffe, their na- i an diseases, run y em amine- their i itistheonlvreaHr tura and eure. Treats on all Diseases, hilly er cause, symptoms and meanstocuret itist scientific work otthe kind ever published, and is comolete . , j V,' . . "'",wn receipt tu OV CIS. Addresn, Jr. C A. Bohannan, 619 NorUl iifcil treeL St. Louis, Mo. Established ia 183. H e LIVS3 REGULATOR Manufacture reof SICK- Plated Tea Sets I I JlU Q 11 Po you want to purify the system? Do yon want to get rid of biliousness? Do you want something to strengthen you Do you want a good appetite? Do you want to get rid of nervousness? Do you want good digestion ! Do yu want to sleep well Do you want to build up your const'tutlon? Do you want a brisk aud vigorous feeling? If you do, TAKE mm ji'ti sLj LIVER REGU LATOE, J. EE. ZEILTJST & CO., Sole Proprietors. Simmons Liver Regulators, Phila nomenejneay Ts WArrAnteri tint tn rnn. tain a siugle particle of Mercury or any lujurk ous mineral substance. but is PURELY VEG ETABLE, containin those Southern Roots Herbs, which an All Wise Providence has placed in countries It will cure all PORCELAIN LINED Chicago MarKet. Chicago, June 5. 1 454 454 cash ; 1 4G!i Wheat Heavy: lower: Jnlv. Corn w eac ana easier; 45 cash ; 4t July, Oats tinner; 87 casu; 87 Ji July. Rye Unchanged. Barley Unchanged. Pork Steady; 18 15 July. Lard Steady ; 9 05 cash ; 9 15 July Whisky-1 0T. ' LIVE STOCK. Hose ReceiDts 1.500: an let: steady: light 4 00 4 75; beavy mixed to packers 4 55ftt4 75; fair to best heavy to snippers 4 i3B w. Cattle Quiet and firm ; receipts 2,700. Total $L017,S7 The finance committee made a special report upon J. L. Huey & Co.'s bill, for building sewer under Main street, in tavor of paying them the contract price $184.75. and referring the charge of $36, for extra work, to the superintendent. Un motion the report was adopted tod an order drawn on the treasury for $184.75, Moved by Aid- Llls.that all bills against the city must le presented to the city clerk, on or before the Saturday preceding the regular meeting of the council: otherwise they must lay over until the next regular meeting. Carried Moved by Ald. rite.that the 6treetcom ruittee decide what lands shall bo taken to St. Xiouis market St. Louis. June S. Wheat-Higher j No tail 1 88i 68V4 ; No 86pk COnnect Henry street with Second street, and take the necessary steps to secure fituiw Corn Dull ; 4243. Oats -38 bid. Rye 6'Vj. Whisky -1 0T. Pork 15 00. Lard Nominal. . . ., LIVE STOCK. Hogs Receipts 5,0O0; dall and lower; 4 404 75. Milwaukee Market. M'Vwaukkk. June 5 Wheat 3S5c lower ; 1 52 cash ; 1 543f July ; 1 40 August; jno s, 1 30. Corn 44. Oats Firm : 31. Rye-71. liArlejMFl. . . Ice Pitchers, Castors, WAITEES, Coffee and Ice Water Urns. EPERGNES, FRUIT STANDS, CAKE BASKETS, BERRY DISHES, Pearl.Ivory and Steel Handled KNIVES. &C., &C., &C. ty These Goods can be found at all First Class Deiii rs in Plated Ware. In purchasing call for rr wilcoX's quadruple plate.jej 4ti.ll- possession of the same, by ordinance or otherwise, lurried. "- , . ., Moved by Aid. EUa.tbat the council room shall not be used f-r ether purposes than meeting ot the council, or its committees except by special permit, granted by the cu'y council. Uarrted, all voting aye, ex cept Grantz. . . M. B. Hal presented a petition asking permission to lay two inoh pipe from J. 8. 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DESPONDENCY, GLOOM AND FOREBODING OF HVIU ALL OrT WHICH ARB THE OFF SPEISU OF A DISEASED LIVER, COLIC IN CHILDREN For children complanlng of colic, headache, or sick stomach, a teaepooDful or more will give relief. Cbildren,as well as adults eat sometimes too much supper or something which does not di gest well producing sour stom ach, heartburn, or restlessness ; a good dose of Liver Regulator wilt give relief. This applies to persons of all ages, it is the cheapest, purest and best Family Medicine In the world 1 IT HAS NO EQUAL . Thousands lead, miserable lives, suffering from ayspepsia a unordered stomach and liver, pro ducing biliousness, heartburn, costiveness, weak ness. Irregular appetite, low spirits, raising food after eating, and often ending iu fatal attacks of fever. They know they are sick, yet getlltUe sympathy. The unfailing remedy to prevent these sanctions and restore health is Kim nous' una Reovlatok. Mancfactuhkd ohly bt .. ' Show Cases, SHOW OASES. ALL STYLES. CHEAPEST PLAGE In the City. Send for Price List. J. E. BERRY, Prop., 90 State Street, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. ROBERT G. LTJTKE, (Successors to J, R. ZEIGL&S.) Manufacturers of METAL & WOOD J. H.:ZEIMN & CO., . PHILADELPHIA, PA., I Price, $1 gold Jy all Druggist. t SHOW CAStSl OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. 21b Hamilton Street, PEOPIA, ILL Correspondence solicited and orders "prompt! filled. ROBERT G. LUTKS, F11LD.BR03., Agents: Rock Ielacd. .