Railroad Time Table.
Rock Island, Illinois, Tuesday, August 28, 1877.
Established Oct 18, 1851
02ICA8Q.B0CZ PAQI7IC fi. S.I
it 9.00 a.
soma bait mints urn
m.::30 p.m.; and 8:36 p. m. Train I
arrive from west M above.
OIW0 WIST TRAIH8 LI AVI
At 8:40 a im.; 10:10 a. m., and fl:00 p. m.
arrive from the east at above.
WESTEEE UNION BAILBOAD.
FOR RACINE A MILWAUKEE.
way siinress ana M!.' 9:05 a m 6:00 am
Nleht Express... 10:15 pm 5:60pm
The night express leaving Rock Wand every
Sunday night at 10:15 connects with the train arri
ving in Chicago early Monday morning. No lay
over checks Riven on through tickets from Rock
Island to Chicago. Through tickets only good on
VU IB If KIU.
ST. LOUIS & SOCS ISLAM) a. S.
OTWa SOUTH TRAIKS LBAYB
At 8 :00 a. m. and 6 :15 p. m. dally,
AXRIVS THOM ST. LOOTS
At 9 :W a.m. daily, and :15 p.m.
ET1BLIH0 TZAHS LZATX
At 4:30 p. m.
ARB1VB TBOM BTIBLIKB
At 10:40 a. m.
PEOBIA & EO:ilsLAND EAILWAY.
BUORT1ST BOCTS TO THB BAST AND SOUTH.
Eastern m. 5 SOi.m. Mall & Ex. 1 :02 p, ml
man vc. i wp. m, western isx. 6:r3p. m.
Way Freight 6 ;20 a. m. Way Freight S :25 p. m.
inco:uua. m, tram makes close connection at
aiva witn u a & , for Aledo and Keithsbnre. I
also at Peoria with PP4J, for Jacksonville, Spring
eld. St Lonis and all points south and southwest,
rnving in bi Lionis at i :nu p m.
1 he 1:50 train makes close connection at Galva
with UB4(JRH. for the west; arriving atQuincy
at 9:45 p m., also at Peoria with I B & W, and T
PA W., for points east and southeast,
SOCS ISLAND & MEBCEB CO., E. S.
Leave Rock Island at 9:00 a.m., and 4:00 p. m. Ar
riving at Cable at 11 :10 a. m., and 6:00 p. m.
Leave Cable at 6:30 a. m., and 19:45 p. m. Arriving
at Rock Island at 8:30 a. m., and 8:00 p. m.
6 8 7 8 9 10
? o o o o 6
JLU 1 1
The AusaMe Nails
are Hammered Hot, and the
Finishing and Pointing
are done Cold, thus Imitating
the Process of Making JVails lj
Hand. Quality fully Guaranteed.
For sale by all leading Iron find hard
ABRAHAM BUSSING, Sec'y,
35 Chambers St., New York.
Telegraphed to the Rod Island Argue.
THE KNIGHTS TEMPLAR
ZIMMER & STEGEMANN,
No. 1.90S Second Ave N. side Union Square,
Merchant Tailors !
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE AND WELL
aborted stock of
English and French Cassimeres,
Diagonals, Worsted Suitings, Beavers,
Doeskins, etc., etc.
IfA.l work guaranteed and prices reasonable.
In Wall Street.
8500,000 has been made in a single investment'
$100. This of course is an extraordinary occur
rence: but ordinarily f." can realize say $-),'XX.
Even sums as low as f 1 can be safely inve-tcd,when
favorable result can show a profit of $5,000.
Circular giving full information sent free by ad
dressing TAYLOR & CO, Bankers,
No. 11 Wall St., N. V.
IT IS A FACT ESTABLISHED and well known
that the Arabians attained a height in the knowl
edge of medicine which caused the whole world to
wonder and admire. W ith them the science of
chemistry had its birth, and it la, therefore, not at
ail strange that a people so eminently successful In
the healing art, and so persevering and darirg In
character, should, bv actual and nntirincr nnfri.
ment, discover remedies far surpassing in efficacy
all others, for the cure of Uiose diseases incident to
them from their mode of life. The greater part of
their time r-e'ng spent in hazardous and bloody
warfare with the different tribes, they were subject
to tin most violent attacks of rheumatism, parol vs-is-,
neuralgic pains, and various Inflammatory d"is
eases, as also the most horid wounds, sprains brui
ses, tumors, swellings, oiseases of tne joints, etc,
All these diseases they were so surprisingly effi
cient in curing, that the uninitiated looked with
wonder and attributed their skill t o the powers of
magic. H G. FARRELL'S ARABIAN LINIMENT
is a composition of balsams and oils, from rare
plants peculiar to this country, and it was by the
use of the articles composing this great remedy
that not only their physicians, but even the wild
Arabs of the le-ert were enabled to perform such
miraculous cures. Tne Arab steed is world-re
nowned for bis beautiful symmetry of lorm. his
nnurpassed ipeed and agility, and the incredible
fatigue It Is capable of enduring. Why is it? Be
cause from the time of his birth his limbs are care
fully watched, and npon the first appearance of
disease the magic lotion is applied, and each things
as confirmed sweeny, pou-evn, nstuia, ringDone,
scratches. spavin, lameness, etc.. etc.. are unknown
The same result will follow in all cases where H.
O. Farrell's Genuine Arabian Liniment is nsed in
time. Therefore delav not in procuring a good
uddIt of it. for evcrr dollar spent in it will save
ynu twenty, and a great deal of suffering, if not
A Magnificent Procession
8 TH0U3AND SWORDS IN LINE.
One Hour and a Half Passing a Given
250.000 Spectators, Etc, Etc.
Cleveland. O., Auj?. 28. The grand
parade of Knights Templar J moved
promptly at 9.30 o'clock this morning.
The display was simply magnificent.
There were thirteen divisions. The col
umn was headed by a platoon of police,
hi. M. Sir Lafayette Lyttle, grand captain
general, and his aids, numbering about 50.
Next came Gray's Band, Cleveland
Grays, and Cleveland commandry, as a
general escort. The procession was one
hour and a half passing a given point,
There were fiftv-four bands and a dozen
drum corps. Not less than eight thousand
swords were in line. About one hundred
and seventy-five commandries marched.
Some difficult and beautiful manoeuvrs
were performed during the march, the
most noticeable being the formation of
marching crosses. Not less than a quarter
of a million people witnessed the process
ion, every available window and house top
being occupied, besides crowds on either
side of the streets throughout the line of
The reliable house of ALEX. FROTH INGHAM
CO., No. 12 Wall street, New York publish a
handsome eight page wefkly paper, called the
Weekly Financial Report, which they send free to
any address. In addition to a large number of edi
torial on financial and other topics, it contains
fery full aud accurate reports of the sales and
standing of every stock, bond and security dealt in
at the Stork Exchange. Messrs. Frothinoham &
Co.. are extensive brokers of large experience and
tried integrity. In addition to their stock broker
aire bustuess, they sell what are termed "Pr'.viliges"
or '-Puts and Calls." now one of the favorite meth
ods of legitimate speculation. Their advice is val
nable, and by following it many have made for
unes. New'York Metropolis.
I.OOK OUT FOR COUNTERFEITS!
The public are cautioned asainst another conn
erMt, which has lately made lis appearance.called
W. B. Farrell's Arabian Liniment, the most danger
ous of all the counterfeits, because his having the
name of Fan-ell. many will liny it in good faith.
without the knowledge that a counterfeit exists,
and they will perhaps only discover their error
when thespurious mixturehas wrought its vil ef
fects. The genuine article ia manufactured only by II.
G. Farrel, sole inventor and proprietor, and whole
sale druggist. No. 17 Main street. Peoria, Illinois.
o wnom alt appllcatlonx lor Agencies must ne ad
dressed. Be sure you pet it with the letters H . G.
before Farrell's tliHS-H. G. FARRELL'S and his
isuature on the wrapper, all other are counter
Sold by all druggists and by regular authorized
agents throughout the United States.
S"ffPr1oe 95 and rso cents, and f I per bottle.
AGENTS WANTED lu every town, village and
hamlet In the United Statss, in which one is uot al
readyestablisbed. Address H. G. Farrell as above,
accompanied with good character, responsibility,
powers Cardinal Camerlenei to either sum
the conclave immediately or await thej
arrival of foreign cardinals.
Cardinal Joseph Andre Kizzornis dead
Richards & Sohbbecr's Drue and Book Store
opposite First National Bank, where all orders
can be left for the Argot, and where all Moline
business is transacted by O. J. Beardslee. Busi
ness notices should be handed in by noon to en
sure publication the same day.
Cement, Plaster, &c.
. D. Mkaoham,
WESTERN CEMENT ASSO'ION,
Louisville and XJtica
MANY WHO ARE SUFFERING
from the effects of the warm weather anrl are de
bilitated, are advised by physicians to take mod
erate amounts of whisky two or three times during
the day. In a little while those who adopt this ad
vice frequently increase the number of "drinks"
and in time become confirmed inebriates. A bev
erage which will not create thirst for intoxicating
liquors, and which is inteuded especially for the
benefit of debilitated persons, whether at home or
abroad, is Dr. Schenck's Sea Weed Tonic. Con
taining the juices of many medicinal herbs, this
preparation does not create an appetite for the in
toxicating cup. The nourishing and the life sup
porting properties of many valuable natural pro
ductions contained in it and well Known to medi
cal men have a most strengthening influence. A
single bottle of the Tonic will demonstrate its val
uable qualities. For debility arising from sickness
London, Aug. 28. The present indi
cations are that the Roumanians will act
under Russian orders. They have been
crossing, the past few days, over the bridge
at Karabia, to operate in the rear of
Plevna brigades of infantry. A battery
ot artillery Dd three regiments of cavalry
crossed at 1 urner.
MasrurUi Harvitovitea, commander-in-
chief of the Servian army has arrive J at
Belgrade. Preparations indicate that the
Servians will employ a smaller force than
last year, but the force possessing some
organization ot the regular army, estimated
at about 12,000, and the best part of the
first-class militia, numbering altogether
about 40,000 men, seem to be all reckoned
upon- This force will be concentrated at
Soitschar and in Mornia Valley towards
London, Aui,:. 28. American eagles to
the amount ot . I. iU.UUU, were withdrawn
from the Bank of England yesterday kr
the United States, despite the bank, yes
terday, began to charge one-half pence per
ounce for eagles.
Proposed Sace ; for i the Championship
Pittsburg. August 28. Articles of
agreement between Van Morris, the cham
pion' and Pat. Luther, for a five
mile scull race for the championship and
$2,000 were signed last night, October
13th is named as the date of the race, and
the Mutton course on , the Allegheny river,
12 miles above the city, is the place.
Sakato$a Lake, Aug. 28. The singie
scull race was won by Courtney. Riley
second, Courtney won by three lengths
Time 20; 47J. Riley second. Plaisted
quit at the end of two miles.
Washington, Aue. 28. The
Tiie Labor Party in Moline,
The workingmen of Moline, who par
ticipated in the late strike at Deere & Co.'s
shops, were wise when they took the advice
of The Augus and compromised their dif
ferences with their employers. By not re
sorting to any acts of violence they showed
very good sense, and thereby secured and
kept the sympathies of nine-tenths of the
business men of Moline. The Argus is
informed that some of the very best, and
cool-headed mechanics are seriously dis
cussing the propriety of organizing a work
women's party in Moliile, as has been at
tempted in Rock Island. The men who
have the desire to organize a labor party
in Rock Island are anxious to include the
workingmen of Moline, while the anxious
republican office-seekers are trying their
level beet to prevent the organization of
the labor party in Moline. Both of these
efforts will probably fail, for the reason
that the workincmen of Moline have had
a taste of the strike aud are in earnest in
their demand for relief. For years they
have voted just as Charlie Peere, S. H
Velie and the republican candidates have
told them to vote, and at the same time
have felt their condition growing rapidly
worse. Charlie Deere and S, II. Velie
can no longer stand at the polls and dictate
to them how they shall vote. In fact it is
quite probable the men will vote about
as they please. Hie ARGUS does not
share the regret so widely expressed by
party journals at the disposition of the
workingmen to carry their grievances into
politics, aud seek redress by governmental
action. It does not dispute the charges
ot iguorance so noisily fulminated against
the workingmen, nor the wild aud chimer
ical nature of some of the reforms which
they demand. Uut their notions are not
cruder than those of many prominent pub
lic men on the same class of subjects.
There is no better corrective for false ideas
than to bring them iuto the urena of polit
ical discussion, and hence TllE Argus ad
vises the workingmen of Moliue to discuts
the subject in all its bearings. Th
workingmen ot Uoek Island ask you to
"leave old parties forever," The Argus
goes still deeper and advises you to "leave
old vartu vremdices torever. lou de-
maud certain reforms in eovernmental
action which shall make better times
Experience has taught you uot to expect
these reforms in the republican party.
he democratic party has fought the perni
cious legislation of the republican party.
which has brought on hard times, step by
step. It has opposed class legislation, mo
nopolies, subsidies and the revenue laws,
all of which have made the rich richer and
the laboring maa poorer. Now the time
has come when the laboring man can make
influence felt. And The Argus is
completed. The total population is found
to be 6,409, and the number under 21 is
2,909; and of those of school age 1,737,
between 6 and 21 years of age. The num
ber of families is 1,309, of which 656 are
Swede; 536 American; 85 German; 14
Irish; and 18 colored. This indicates
that, if any foreign language should have a
place in our public schools, that of Swedish
is justly entitled, by far, to the preference.
But it is not the intention of the free
school system, to teach every child its
mother tongue, but to do the best we can
with our limited funds and brief time, to
impart the essential elements of a common
school education in the use ot the Amer
ican language alone. For anything beyond
this, let the people who have time and
money, look to schools supported by tuition
or private charity, and not increase the
taxes which are already too heavy.
Meeting of the Board of Education.
Board met last evening in regular sess-
ion, I'resent isali, isuiien, ftawaras ana
Committees on grounds and buildings
reported that the improvements upon west
ward and central school houses were nearly
Committee on supplies reported that
they had awarded the contract for furnish
ing coal to Porter Bros, at ten-and-one-half
cents per bushel, delivered in cellars,
payment tor the same to be made in
April 1878. They also reported that they
had conferred with Mr. Dow relative to
the exchange of the bell in the west ward
house, and submitted a letter from the
company, ottering to turnisn a do men oeu
in place of the broken one. Mr. Dow
offered to furnish a bell metal bell at 27
cents per pound. They also reported the
award of contract to Richards & Sohrteck
to furnish stationery and supplies for the
The following bills were approved and
Smith & Cassell $42,48
Dimock, Gould & Co 61.21
Barnard & Leas Manufacturing Co. 2.20
James Kuetsar 5.00
Wm. A. Nourse 1.25
II. L-Bullen (Census) 40.00
AN ADDRESS TO THE SICK,
Do you want to pnrify the system?
Do you want to get rid of biliousness?
Do you want something to strengthen yon?
Do yon want a good appetite?
Do yott want to get rid of nervousness?
Do you want good digestion?
Do you want to sleep well?
Do you want to bnild np your constitution
Do you want a brisk and vigorous feeling?
If .on do.
Service observations taken at 10 o'clock
this forenoon indicate the following weather
probabilities for this afternoon and to-
Stationary or falling barometor, south
east to southwest winds, cloudy and rainy
And Dealers in
weather. Dossibly followed at northern
over exertion or from any cause whatever, a wine- stationg by cooler northerly winds
glassful ot Sea weea Tonic taKen alter mcais win
MICHIGAN AND NEW YORK STUCCO.
No. 98 Market Street CHICAGO
E. G. Frazier and Port Byron Lime Association.
. . 1 . I. . i' .. .1 n . an .........If,,
AKrOn anCl rOrtland LementS wholesome food. Eo all who arc about leaving
their homes, we desire to say tna: tne excellent ei-
fects of Dr. Schenck's seasonable remedies, Sea
Weed Tonic, and Mandrake Pills, are particularly
evident when l&ken by those who are injuriously
affected by a change of water and diet. No person
should leave home without taking a supply of these
safeguards along. For sale by all druggists.
LIQUID STARCH GLOSS!
Gives a splendid gloss aud finish to all starched
goods, making them wuitek and clearer ttan
wax or anything else, and prevents the iron from
eticking. Trial bottle free.
Put np in 4-oz bottles, price 15c. Sold by Gro
cers and Druggists.
A. I. MATHEWS & CO., 85 Murray St., N. .
Richmond, Ind., Aug. 28. Since 1 o''
! clock this mornine, and up to 9 this morn
inc. Senator Morton has rested comfort
Gov. Burbank telegraphed to President
Haves as follows: ' feenator Morton is
much better this morning, and if improv
ing. We feel confident of bis recovery."
A $100,000 Failure in Straw Goods.
New York, Aug. 28. S. A. Bukman
I & Co., manufacturers and wholesale deal
ers of straw goods, of this city, and trank
tin Mass, have failed; liabilities estimated
at over $100,000.
XUNDSEY'S BLOOD SEARCHER
U tb Krtet Blood nmeK of the (te,
Ttwrr. Scrofula, 1'loem, Boil. Pimple, aud ftllk
Blood dtiwuw u U wonderful powers. BV
I pure Blood t the fimrattteeof bentth. Read I 3
XJ " it cured my ion of Scrofula." J. tt. Brook, Jip
Patntirrille. O. " H cured ny child of Kr"ip- W
M: Mr.R.HitlUcr, Ln.Ttmesra.Pa. Pri
M R. 1. BKLltKKS CO., Prop'i, Pittitbttmta. Pa.
Mr Th terming hit wir name on bottom of wrapp.
THEMOST PERFECT MADE. Campkorine !
Last Wight's Teleg-rams
Cleveland, Aug. 27. The following
telegram to Governor Grover has been
prepared to send, and is now receiving the
signatures of lawyers of both parties:
To Senator urover, fortlana, ure.:
We. the undersigned, members of the
Bar ot Cleveland, Ohio, without respect
to party, having read in tne newspapers
that one W. B. Hiebie, h?8 been making
affidavits tending to show that money bad
been used to influence your election to the
United States Senate, desire to say that
we know the said lligbie while here, and
that he is known to us as an unmitigated
liar: that we would not believe him un
deroatb: that he was charged with the
Is the most effectual remedy sold, is a luxury to
use, gives the best satisfaction, gives invtant relief,
will uot grease or stain the most delicate fabric
has a pleasant and refreshing odor. It will imme
a ;,..Kr n,iiA And Rtim bhttnmatism. Chronic and
- V. . . v. 1 1 ...1 .1 V. mnA I . r 1 1 . I .
Acute; jNeuraieia ana wrra, , " l crimes ot lorgcry, emuezziemem, ooia:n
under ialse pretenses, and
a..iiot Fare. 8ore Throat. Snrains and Bruises,
Bunions and UMlDlalns, trupttons 01 tne ctkiu,
Pain in Chest, Back or Limbs, Burns and Scalds.
For aale by all umggisis.
rONE THIRD IS SAVED
in quantity by their perfect purity and great
itrength; the only kinds made by a prac
tical Chemist and Physician, with scientific
care to insure uniformity, healthfulness, deli
cacy and freedom from all injurious substan
ces. They are far sunerior to the common
adulterated kinds. Obtain the genuine. Ob
serve our Trade Marks aa above, "Cream"
llaking Powder, "Hand and Cornucopia."
Buy the Baking Powder only in cans securely
labelled. Many have been deceived in loose
or bttlk Powder sold as Dr. Price's.
Manufactured onlv by
STEELE & PPICE,
Chicago, &lmia and Cincinnati.
Of Chicago, Ills.,
We have the CHOICEST and 10 "tock
of FINE WOOLENS in CALL A.u
weights for G4N1LEMEN ever shown under one
iAf nn thin ('iintiimnt.-
,uw' . , . i. 1 - , t j ... , I i
LADIES' KIDrNG HABITS and Servants- uvery nugutar vein, ana aiea itvo ctocs.
made to measure.
SniRTS made to measure.
Wedding Toilet a Specialty.
FIVE PER CENT. DISCOUNT on all garments
paid for within five days from receipt of goods.
"Clergymen 10 per cent, discount.
vmrrcs T OW I STANDARD THE HIGHEST.
tIn PER CENT DISCOUNT Oil bept. 1st.
Wabash Avenue cor. Monroe, Chicago,
in sr monev
adultery that we know of, and was driven
from nere Dy tne iar Association, 01 wmcu
we are members.
Deadwood, M. T., Aug. 26. Three
road agents who have been Iplying their
vocation on the Cheyenne stage route
were arrested and jailed here this even
ine. One of the robbers resisted arrest,
drawing a revolver and shooting Officer
May through the arm, I he lire was re
turned, but the desperado succeeded in
getting to horse and started over the nil
The horse was killed bv a rifle shot, an
before the robber could recover himself
from the fall Sheriff Bullock closed with
and easily overcame .him, as he was
shot through the body and was weak from
loss of blood. The wound is probably
Saint Paris, Ohio, Aug. 27. About
5 o'clock this morning a shoemaker named
Dash attempted to murder bis wife by
cutting her throat with a razor, and after
wards cut his own throat, severing the
Dash is still aliye but cannot recover.
Whitehall, N, Y., Aug.27. The notes
stolen from the Keesville National Bank
have been returned. The money and the
bonds were retained by the robbers.
ROME. Aug. 27. A bull regulating the
procedure to be observed by the conclave
of carndinals on the death of the Pope has
been completed at the Vatican. It em-
pleased to see him looking to the ballot
box as the proper medium of redress. If,
after a proper discussion of the situation,
he laboring men of Moline decide that
they can gain what they desire more surely
and.speedily through a workingmen's party
than by working with the democratic
party, which has tor years worked against
the very things that has produced bard
times and placed them where they find
themselyes to-day, well and good. The
Argus will not have a word of abuse or
condemnation. You are the ones to be
benefitted or injured. And if by any mis
take you elect the old ring the political
friends of Charlie Deere and S. II, Viele,
who may now pretend to be your friends.
for the sake of your votes, what will you
jfcaTThe C, B. & Q. painting brigade
are at work on their depot here.
J6The fire engine Mississippi has re
ceived the needed packing, and is again
ready for duty.
Frank Schrader has recently set up
in his saloon two new Brunswick billiard
tables. They are said to have been ex
hibition tables at the centennial, and are
JtBinding of every description done
at close figures at The ARGUS bindery.
All kinds of printing cheaper than else
where in the three cities. First class work
t&Geo. Love joy, one of the boys men
tioned in yesterday's Argus as having
been fighting Sunday morning, was taken
before Squire Mapes yesterday and fined
$4 and costs, amounting to $9.45 in alL
He considered it cheap.
B3?fL S. De Sollar, for several months
past a clerk in Deere & Co.'s office, has- re
signed his position there and accepted one
in a commercial college in St. Louis, for
which place he started this morning. Mr
De collar is very pleasant appearing
gentleman, and made many friends here
during his short stay.
JBS?"The employes of the Moline Plow
Co. determined to excel in noise, and ue
siring to have a whistle that would awaken
them out of the soundest morning nap
contributed each a small amount, and
to Chicago for a large whistle, which
be the noisiest bugle in the city. They
hope to get it in position to summon them
to work to-morrow morning.
JtCharle8 Margraf, one of the oldest
residents of Moline, and for several years
a great sufferer from rheumatism, died
this morning at his residence, at 3 o'clock,
from the effects of his life long enemy, the
rheumatism. He was a member of the
Turner society and ttfe Druid lodge No.
26, and will be buried by these societies
next Thursday, at 2 o'clock, P. M. De
ceased held, at the time of bis death, an
insurance policy on his life, in the Con
necticut Mutual Insurance Co., for $2,000,
and in the Druids for $500. He leaves a
wife and several children.
&. L. Butlen's Census Report.
The school census for 1877, of Distriet
number two, of this city, under th control
of the Board of Education, has just been
Miss Maggie Clement's resignation was
received .and accepted, and Miss Maria
liarnett, of Rock Island, was elected to
fill the vacancy,at a salary of $425 per year.
11. Li. liuilen presented a report ot the
census just taken, which was received and
placed on file.
II. L. Bullen introduced a resolution.
discouraging the teaching of languages in
the schools, which after discussion was
laid on the table until the next regular
On motion Mr. Edwards was aaded -to
the committee on repairs of heating
On motion adjourned.
II, H. Jroveu, Sec'y.
The Water Power.
At a meetirjff of the Water Power f!n.
l&ld last evening, a preposition was made
to them by David Hanks, to clean the mud
out of the slough, and furnish a suDply of
water sufficient to run all the manufactories,
tor the comparatively small sum of $5,000.
His plan is similar to that employed in
like cases at the mouth of the Mississippi.
and is considered feasible by all practical
men. It is, to put in a coffer dam -across
the slcugh.-about 100 feet above the bridge;
then extend a wing dam from the lower
end of Campbell's island, down into the
slough, something near the shape of
horse shoe; thus forcing all the water on
the Illinois side of Campbell's island down
to the coffer dam above the bridge, and
back around the point of the Government
island, creating a current and suction of
sufficient force to carry all the loose mud
out of the sloueh. This certainlv appears
to be reasonable, and, if it can be done for
the amount at which it is estimated by
Mr. Hanks, is unquestionably the cheap
est and most effectual way by which the
the Water Power Co. can furnish to their
patrons, the manufacturers, the power
which they are receiving $1,000 per month
tor, and which is at present, and will con
tinue to be for some time, worthless. The
Water Power Co. did not accept the propo
sition, but are hesitating, it is thought by
some, with the hope that the manufactories
will, rather than that things should con
tinue as they are, come to the tront and
pay a large share of the expense of the
undertaking. If that is their motive, it is
of the basest sort, and is in accordance with
their system of extortion practiced upon
every occasion. The manufacturers
might, as a matter of policy, feel com
pelled to share this expense, in order to
get the power which they pay the company
$1,000 per montn for furnishing, but it
would not ne ngnt or lust, rive or six
months rent of the power would pay th
entire co.tof this improvement, and, if the
ater Power Co. have any regard for th
interests ot the manufactories, or the city
or, even their future prosperity, they will
not hesitate long to adopt this plan, or
some other ty which to clean out the
J. EC. ZEILIN & CO.,
Sole Proprietors, Simmons' Liver Regulators, Phlla
;i -pi nome riemeay
- tftin a iiuW nartir.l of
Mercury or any injuri-
but is PURELY VEG
those Southern Rnnts A
F Herbs, which an All-
v lse Providence has
"SX placed in countries
where Liver Disease most prevail. It will cure all
diseases caused by derangement of the Liver and
Bowels, Regulate the Liver and prevent
Chills and. Fever
SIMMONS' LIVER REGULATOR
Is eminently a Family Medicine ; and by being kept
ready for immediate resort will save many an hour
oi sunenng ana many a dollar in time ana doctor's
After over Forty Years' trial it is still receiving
the most unqualified testimonials to its virtues
from persons of the highest character and resoonai-
b'lity. Eminent physicians commend it as the most
EFFi CTVAL SPECIFIC
FOR CONSTIPATION. HEADACHE, PAIN IN
THE SHOULDERS,DlZZNESS,SOUR STOMACH"
BAD TASTE IN THE MOUTH. BILIOUS
ATTACKS, PALPITATION OF THE HEART,
PAIN IN THE REGION OP THE KIDNEYS
DESPONDENCY, GLOOM AND FOREBODING
OF EVIL. ALL OF WHICH ARE THE OFF
PRINU OF A DISEASED LIVER,
COX.XC IN CHILDRE2T
For children complaning of
colic, headache, or sick stomach,)
a teaspoonful or more will giv
relief. Children, as well as adults
eat sometimes too much supper .
or something which does not di-"
test well producing sour stom
ach, heartburn, or restlessness ; a
good dose of Liver Regulator
wii: give relief. This applies to
persons of all ages. It is the
cheapest, purest and best Family .
Medicine in the world f
IT HAS NO EQUAL
Thousands lead miserable lives, snflerine from
dyspepsia a disordered stomach and liver, pro
ducimr biliousness, heartburn, costiveness, weak
ness irregular appeiite, low spirits, raising food
after eating, and often ending in fatal attacks of
fever. They know they are sick, yet get little
sympathy. The unfailing remedy to prevent these
afflictions and restore health is Simmons' livbb
Manitactcred oslt bt
Pnnting and binding executed neat
quick and cheap at Thk Aroup Ohw.
Dr. Harter 8 Pills will counteract th
miasmal influence by producing activity
of the biliary organs, and a healthy, nat
ural discharge of bile from the system
For sale by T. II. Thomas.
Food for the Babies, yes, and Invalids
too. Ask your druggist for nidges lood.
Woolrich & Co., on every label
Horse Shoe Nails
RECOMMENDED BY OYER
20,000 HORSE SHOERS
All Nails are made oi the beet
and Warranted perfect and ready for driving.
ST" Orders filled promptly and at ths lowest
GLOBE NaIL COMT
J. S. ZEILIN & CO.
Price. l Sold by all Drueuists
JOHN B. EAWLEY,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
n omce in Bene-ston's Block. Illinois St . Ro-k -1
and. Illinois. 3-13d,Jtwm
EENvv OSTLT & BEARS SLEY
AW AND ABSTRACT OFFICE. ROOMS IN
, court llonsc. Juo. T. Eenworthy.Jas.M. Beards
AT LAW, SOLICITOR IN CnAN
Public. Abstracts. Ixana and
Collects. Office 2nd Avenue. 3rd floor east of
Bengston's Drng Store. Rock Island, Ills.
r eery and Notary Public. Abstracts.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
r Office in Mitchell & Lvnde's hloelc. Rock Inland
111. Have complete set of Books of Abstracts of
Title or Lands in Rock Island County.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. (Dbutseher Advokat.
r Second Avenue, bet. 17th and ISth Sts.. (Justice
vropper s omce, Koct island, 111.
CHANGE OP PRICES AT
V. Dauber's Old Stand
New Shoes 40 cents. Re-et 20 cents. None but
first-class workmen employed. Horse-shoeing in
all its branches. Interfering, Quarter Cutters, and
nooi-Bouna Horses unrea
PST-SPecial attention civen to shoeinc Trotters.
All work wtrranted. Horsemen and others invited
Shop Third avenue, between 18th and 19th
streets ROCK ISLAND.
CHAS. KAESTNER & CO.,
i "- Manufacturers of
5fclTGrinding Middlings, Brew-
K ery. Malt House ana lllstll
S lery Machinery; Cast Iron
j?? Mills for Coffee, Spice and
Farm use; Corn Speller,
Steam Engines. Horse Powers, etc.
C3 South Canal Street,
Send for circular.
LIND, HAGERTY & Lu.
Contractors & Builders
Of all descriptions of
Dtavjntsand Specifications for Flouring Mills
Saw Mills, Distilleries and Grain Elevators trade
out on short notice. Are prepared to take con
tracts for building and machinery, and give person
al attention to a., be details of construction. Re
pairs of all kinds .omptl y attended to whetb.'r or
dered by mall or In person.
At tne oiq stand of li Brooks, (new iso.,) sw no
tS . Washington street.. PEORIA, ILL
A d dres. Lock-Box. S4
You will never be disappointed in Dr.
Barter's Fever and Ague Specific. It al
ways cures Fever and Ague. Every pack
age is warranted. Price only 75 cents.
For sale by T.H Thomas.
sent f ,
18 tO L-lV ' I.IISSSL i '
SAND BOX AXLES,
GOODYEAR & IVES,
539 State Street NEW HsVEN.CONN.
Which, after a trial of eight years, are acknowl
edged by Carriage Makers, Livery Men, and all who
have given thfm a trial, to be the best in use. The
particular advantages which have been proved for
1st. The protection of the arm of the Axle from
running dry and frjm sand ana water. The sand
box. serving to keep oil from working out. and any
substance from the outside working In, the arm is
at all times kepi perfectly clean.
3nd. As has been proved by actual nse, they will
retain the oil lougerthan any other Axle, reouirine
less frequent oiling. Thsy have been known to run
800 miles at one oiimg.
8rd. The simplicity ; there are r.o extra pieces to
get worn out and lost, no comnlicated fixtures to
get out of order, more than the ordinary Half Pat
In the City. Send for Price List.
J. E. BERRY, Prop.,
90 State Street,
ROBERT G. LTJTKE,
(Successors to J, R. ZKIGI.KSL?
METAL & WOOD
' OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
lb Hamilton Street, PEOPIA, ILL
Correspondence solicited and orders prompt
filled. ROBERT Q. LUTKE,
FIELD BROS., Agents. Rock Island.
HILIXER BLOCK .ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
lOn -Acre Farm In McHenry Co. Ills. Good Im -I
L U provements. . Price 4.700
195 1 Q Acre Farm ,n McHenry Co., Ills.,
luv I W miles from Woodstock.
Q fl Acre Farm in Story Co!, Iowa.
OU Prloe 2,600
Ipn Acre Farm, Franklin Co., Kansas.
I0U . Price $4,000
1 fi H Acre Farm, Douglas Co., Kansas.
mAcre Farm, Sumner Co., Kansas.
Q f) Acre Farm, Lyon Co., t"
OU Price tl.SOO
Aft Acre Farm, Douglas Co., Kansas.
T"U Prieo 9LOOO
Anfl Acre Whiteside Co., Illinois, near
tUU Sterling. Prioe 1,000
1 n 7 1.9 Acre Farm' Bock Island Co , Ills.
IUI I L Price $4,80O
QIC Acre Farm, Callaway Co., Mo. Stock Farm
QCfl Aere Farm, Atchlnson Co., Mo. Splendid
Stock Film. Prloe $10,800
Acre Farm, Kent Co., Mlchlesn, adjoining
Berlin. , Frio S6.00O
LANDS in all the Wsbtibjs States will sell lot
Cash or part Cash, and lime on the baNnce.
Houses axd Lots tn Bock Island and a nnmbcj
of other places for sale or exchange for lands.
""Call and get prices and location of land.
Rack Island, UL, Aug. S&, 1876.
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