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DIVS BOOTH TBAnCB X.IATB At 8 :00 a.m. and 6:15 p. m. dally, abhivb raoit st. loci At 9: tO a.m. dally, and 9:15 p.m. STXSLIHa TSAIH3 LIATI At 4:30 p.m. AHRIVl vbox iniun At 10:40 a.m. PECBIA & BO:ZZSLANS BAILWA7. shobtmt routs to ibb bast and south. 11avb abuts. eastern Ba. 5 60 a. m. Mail & Ex. 1 :02 p, ml nan ai . i -wi p. m, esiern a.z. o:nQ p. m, Way Freight ;90 a.m. Way Freight 3:25 p. m, The 8:00 a.m. -train makes close connection at alva with C B & Q, for Aledo and Keithsburg, also at Peoria with PPAJ, for Jacksonville. Spring eld, St Louis and all pointa south and southwest, arriving In St Louis at 7 :00 p m. The 1 ;60 train makes close connectldn at Oalva wutt u a a, ii k k, lor tne west; arriving atquincy at 9:45 pm., also at Peoria with IB A W, and T P A W., for points east and sontheast, SQCS ISLAND & UE23ES CO.. B. B. Leave Rock Island at 9 :00 a. m., and 4 :00 p. m. Ar rtvlng 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 ai nuct isisna si o.wj a. ra., ana a.w p. m. AUTISTIC TAILQEINQ Zlf.lMER & STEGEMANN, No. 1.908 Second Ave N. side Union Square, Tailors ! Merchant AVE JTJST RECEIVED A LARGE AND WELL assorted stock of H English and French Cassimeres, Diagonals. Worsted Suitings, Beavers, Doeskins, etc., etc. ISPA.1 work guaranteed and prices reasonable. EE&ALIAS. HOSSE NAILS OR I HAMMERED AND nNISHrnlA 7 ' 8 9 TELEGRAPHIC. TeUgraphtd to t h Boetliland Argv$. FOREIGN ISTEWS. 6 9 9 10 1 country is wild with alarm, the Indians massacreinR men, women and children. In Camos Prairie, the settlers are fleeiug in all directions for safety. Gen. Howard is now at Lewiston bat is powerless, owing to inadequate military forces. The troops haye been ordered from a number of posts in the department and will soon be on the way to the scene. Gen. McDowell, com manding the division of the Pacific, has been telegraphed and speedy assistance demanded. Farther and sanguinary de tails are expected here. Got. Chadwick The Ausable Nails are Hartmered Hot, and the Finishing and Pointing are done Cold, thus Imitating the Process of Making Nails by Hand. Quality i3f Guaranteed. Fov sale by all leading Iron and hard wWire houses. ABRAIUM BUSSING, Sec'y, 35 Chambers St., New York, SPECIAL NOTICES. LaSalle, Peoria Co., 111. WILLIAM L. BOBINSON, MASUTACTCREH O REGALIA AND LODGE SUPPLIES, For Odd Fellows. Masons, Druids, Knights of Pythias, Red Men, Temperance, ana an otner socletus. Gold DEALER IN and Silver Laces, Fringes, STARS, BRAIDS, ETC. 886 Main Street, WORCESTER, MASS. ROOT BEER. KNAPP'S Extract of Roots FOR MAKING ROOT BEER. The attention of Drniift'sts and Beer Makers is Called to the above named preparation. One of the healthiest and pleasantest 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 ued fully indorse its merites. This Extract, from which the popular Beverage known as KNArP'S ROOT BEER is made. 1h put np in bottles at 25e., 50c., $3, and in half gallon and gallon cans $5 and $10 each. Which makes respectively, 10. 20, , 4'K) and SOO gallons of Beer. General Depot. loaliudson Street NEWTOKK And sold by all Wholesale DrngglsU and Fateut Medicine Dealers at mannfacturem prices. fc or sale In Rock Island by John Bengston. FINANCIAL EVERY FAMILY should at once nrorsre a bot tle of the great Arabian remedy for man and beast, called H. O. Farbkll's Arabian Liniment. It al lays the most intense pains in a few minntes, re stores the synovial fluid or joint water, and thus cures sun: joints; it penetrates the flesh to the bone, relaxes contracted cords, cures rheumatism and pal sied limbs of 20 years standing ; also tumors, swell ed neck, enlargement of the glands, and is the best meoicme lor ailments of cattte ever discovered, cu ring sweeny, spavins, splint, and all diseases which require an external application, StTN Pain of 10 tears standing cured by II. G. Faruell'b Arabian Liniment. Mr. n. G. Farrell. Dear Sir: I had been afflicted with the -tun Pain" for the last ten years, I could never get relief except by bleeding; but by the use of H. G. FarreU'e Arabian Liniment, applied over the temples about three or tonr times a day, it was entirely removed, and I have felt nothing of it since. l went into me staoie one mgnt to apply it to a horse's aore leg, and being very lame he stumbled and fell against my legs, crushing and brulBlng them so badly that they turned black as my hat, rendering them powerless. 1 applied your Lini ment, aod was well enough in a few days to go about again as usual. I also crushed my finger in a shocking manner, by letting a back log fall upon it ; your unimeni soon neaiea it up, tnougn. John B. M'gee. Esq, Barker, of Canton, 111., says; Mr. H. G. Kan-ell's Arabian Liniment has cured some bad cases here, which every other remedy had failed in; one was a white swelling and contracted cordB in the leg of a boy 12 years old. The leg had withered away, and was so contracted that he had do nse of it. Three doctors had tried their skill up on it in vain, and he was fast sinking to the grave, when the boy's father was induced to try H. G. Far reU'e Arabian Liniment. Before the first bottle was used up he came to Mr. B.'s store, and the first words he said were, '-Mr. Barker, I want all that Liniment you have in the store; the one bottle I got did my boy more good than all that had ever been done before." That boy is now well and hear ty, and has free use of his Ugs. It is good for brui ses, sprains, cuts, burns and swellings. LOOK OUT FOR COUNTERFEIT! The public are cautioned against another coun terfeit, which has lately made its appearance,cailed W. B. Farrell's Arabian Liniment, the most danger ous of all the counterfeit!-, because his having the name of Fan-ell, many will buy it in good faith, without tne 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 get it with the letters H. G. before Farrell's thus U. G. FARRELL'S and his signature on the wrapper, all other are counter feits. Sold by all druggists and by regular authorized agents throughout the United States. acT-price 25 and f0 cents, and fl per bottle. AGENTS WANTED in every town, village and hamlet In the United States, in which one hs not al ready established. Address H. G. Farrell as above, accompanied with good character, responsibility, etc. London, June 19.Tn the commons this afternoon, under secretary for foreign departments, in reply to a question by Dillugn the Liberal member from Swansea, said it was not true that this Porte has refWd the. Layard the British Ambassador at Con- DM also been aPPlie1 to for arms, etc. sianiinopie to permit neutralization of the Suez Canal for the simple reason that such request had never been made. The Porte nas not yet answered the intimation con tained in the published papers. London, June 19. It is believed that Prince Milan will sign the convention with Russia, allowing her troops to eross at Gladovia. Suleman, pasha, left Nissios and entered MonteneRroto effect a junction with the Albanian division. The Montenegrins have abandoned Duga pass and are con centrating mOstrok pass. Lieut. Gen Mehamed Au has resumed an offensive position against th& Montenegrins, and it is regarded as critical, as there are 70,000 j. urns operating against them. Trust worthy advices from St. Petersburg con firm the reports of the utter inefficiency o f the commissarat in Armenia and on the Danube. The Caar is exasperated and the scanty provisioning of the troops has cwsed apprehension. The Stock Exchange onened firm to-dav. but there has been some relapse in prices in consequence of the circulation of base less rumors regarding the attitude of Eng land. Ex-President Grant will not leave Eng land as soon as expected. Besides a ban quet at Liverpool on the 28th inst,, there is to be a dinner in his honor at the United States service club on the 3d of July. Vienna, June 19. In a few days a manifesto will be issued by the Czar on the occasion of the crossing of the Danube, for which preparations on a grand scale are now making. The Turks are sending reinforcements to the mouth of the Timok, evidently suspecting the Russian design is to cross the Danube into Servia at G ladovia. Athens, June 19. In to-day's sitting in the chamber of deputies, the minister of justice stated the policy of the government was to expediate military preparations, as Greece might sooner or later become in volved in the present war. Vienna, June 19. The Turks, with 18 battallions, 13 field and 12 mountain cuds, have fallen back from lshakirba to very good positions two miles west of Servia, on the Plateaus, with outposts at Yurk and Mezengerd. The right wing of 14 battal ions. 12 field and four mountain guns, is falling back from Delibaba. The left wing TEBB1BEE ACCIDEUT OH THE C, B. I. ft P. ROAD NEAR WASHIZTOTOK, IA. An Engine and Three Coaches fall through a Bridge and Many People are Wound ed, Several of whom will Die. Columbus Junction, Iowa., June 19. The eastward bound mail on the Atchison branch of the C. R. I. & P. road, ran into a creek 10 miles west of Washington. Iowa, at 5.30 this morning, The engine, baggage and two passenger cars fell through the bridge. The sleeper stopped with a third of its length projecting over the chasm. About 50 passengers were on the train but . none were killed and none seriously hurt. The engine gineer, Thos. Rhodes, of Wilton, had one leg broken and was otherwise injured. The fireman, Jno. Moore, of Wilton, had both legs broken. The baggageman, Jake Cady, of Davenport, had both arms and one leg broken, and will probably die. Geo. Morton, express messenger, badly crushed. but will recover. Several passengers were lightly hurt. The baggage car and contents were badly mashed. Had me Bieeper ianen upon tne passenger coaches instead of stopping on the trestles tne loss ot lite would have been terrible. Not a passenger in the sleeper received a scratch. The bridge was undermined bv tremendous ram ot last night, fiooded the country. Douglas,- the Hegro Orator, visits the Scenes of his Boyhood Says and Gives His Race Some Good Advice. Baltimore, June 19. Marshal Doug las,' of the District of Columbia, visited, yesterday, St Michaels, Talbot county, Maryland, for the first time since he left it a fugitive, 41 years ago, and was well re ceived by his former master, Capt. Thos. Auld, and by Wm. W. Bruff, who taught him reading, arithmetic and geography fifty years ago. In an address to the col ored people Marshal Douglas said: "If, ia twenty years from now, the colored race, as a race, has not advanced beyond the point where it was when emancipated, it is a doomed race." He encouraged them to earn money and keep it, as poor people are always a despised people. To be re spected they must get money and property. Without money there is no leisure, with out leisure na thought, without thought no progress. Weather Probabilities. Washington, Juno 19 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: Stationary or lower temperature in Missouri and Iowa; northerly winds, shifting to easterly partly cloudy weather, and occassionally rain areas. A Stranger Run Over and killed. St. Louis, June 19. Late last eveniog a stranger named Jno. G. II. Tengie, at tempted to board a moving train at the Relay House in East St. Louis, fell under the wheels, was cut in two, and instantly killed. Papers on the body showed he served in the 11th Illinois infantry during the war, but there was nothingjin indicate where he lives. didate before, and sees no good reason for changing ita opinion. But for unexpected coalitions by those working in the interest of extravagance and superficial training he would have been elected. It is to be oped that he will be successful this time. as no better man could be selected for thai position. It is just such economists as Bullen that are needed in the board at this juncture. The Flow City. l ne steam yacht flow Lity is now in perfect trim for excursions. Paina will be taken to insure the comforts of passen gers. .Liberal discount to bunday schools and societies. . 15d3m New York Market. NawToEK,June 19. FINANCIAL. Gold- 1 05H. Money 1J4. Governments Firm. D.S. Bonds 6 cent 5-90'a 1881 1.14X " " 1865 old 1.08 " 18H5 mw 1.19K " u 1867 1.12S6 " 1868 L15X U.S.10.40's . 1.W54 New 5'a . 1.11H Currency 6's 1.224 COMMERCIAL. Wheat Moderate demand : common winter red western 1 60; No S, Milwaukee 1 49. Oorn Better; western mixed B5J4B59. Oats Firm: western mixed and state 40363: old do 64G6. Pork Quiet; 13 90. Lard Firm 9 009 OtlJ. Whisky 1 111 HH. A DESTRUCTIVE PIRE. Signs of the Qaod Times promised on the election of Hayes. r ATTERSON. IN. J. June 1V. Iwo or which ?three hundred employes of Pamila Bros.' silk mills struck to-day for higher wages. The strikers both male and female marched through the streets in procession. Hearly 9300,000 Worth of Property De stroyed. Burlington, June 19. The most dis astrous fire which has occurred in Burling ton in 4 years, broke out at 2.25 this morn ing in the rear of Wm. Bell and Co.'s wholesale dry goods house on Main street. A storm of rain and lightning prevailed at the time, and many believed it the work of an incendiary, while others believed it to be the effect of lightnine. The fire raged two hours, consuming Bell's dry goods store, (Jhamberlain s wholesale gro cery, Jos. A. Guests music store, and dam aging the house ol Biklen, Winser & Co. wholesale groceries. Mall Carrier Arrested. Richmond, June 19. R. G. Mosby, man carrier, has been arrested bv special agents for purloining from registered letters. Mosby is highly connected and said to be cousin of John S. Mosby. He was committed in default of $5,000 bail. Packard thinks the Horth a healthy place He refuses to he Interviewed. Chicago, June 19. Hon. S. B.Packard of New Orleans, is in the city on a trip through the north in search of health. He retuses to be interviewed on political topics The Ioksps nrn VIM I oi Dattaiuons ana six mountain guns.hai & (Jo., $60,000; Bodeman & Tate $25,000, retired from Olti to Hergiboaz. Kuper- on buildine: Chamberlain. . ts ftno- i - - 'ii . i . . i i i i . . . . , Kir is nem oy mree Dactaaons wno nave thrown up earth works to cover the bridge over the river Arax, and four battaiiions are preparing entrenchments on the Bei bosen. The Russians have advanced to Olti, Ishakirboba, Bokouejish, and To prakkalch. The conduct of Ishmael, Pasha, governor of hrzeroum, is severely criticised by the military authorities, and great discontent exists. Versailles, June 19. The debate in the chamber ot deputies continues. Louis Blanc has made a speech against the min istry, maintaining that their duties are purely clerical. MOLINE. auest, $25,000; John S. David, on build- J--lxvjxvi jx.ci.ajij, mg, $30,000; D. Rand,on building $45,000: T.mcrlow X, WaA Biklen. Winsor & Co.. $10,000. mostly bv ' "uouuJ l,6U,,WUttJ Lu fv, water; H.. i). liand. on buildice occunied by Bank & Hawkey, publishing company, or. the opposite side of the street, $1,000, on glass. The fire was arrested in Biklen, V inser & Co s., at 4 30 this morninsr. In surance well distributed is about $150,000- SPECULATION In Wall Street. 500,000 has been made In a single investment lilt). This of course is an extraordinary occur rence; but ordinarily $5 can realize say $'J5,000. Even sums as low as f 1 can bo safely inveHted,when f a.nrahle rmnlt ran show a Drofit of 5.000. Circulars giving full information sent free by ad dressing TAYLOR & CO, Bankers, No-11 Wall St., S. Y. The reliable house of ALEX. FROTHINGHAM A CO., No. ia Wall street. New York pnblish a tiinduime elirht nace weeklv paper, called the Weekly Financial Keport, which tdey send free to any address. In addition to a large number of edi torials on financial and other topics, it contains very full and accurate reports of the sales and atanding of every stock, bond and security dealt in at the Stock .Exchange. Messrs. Fkothikobam A Co., are extensive brokers of large experience and tried integrity. In addition to their stock broker age business, they sell what are termed "Frlviliges" 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 for nne. New York Metropolis. TKEMOST PERFECT MADE. DE. SCHENCK'S PULMONIC SYRV. Sa WsD TONIC AND WiNDBiKI Pills. Thesi medicines have undoubtedly performed moreeurei of Consumption than any other remedy known to the American public. They are compounded ol vegetable Ingredients, and contain nothing which can be injurious to the human constitution. Other remedies advertised as cures for Consumption, probably contain opium, which is a somewhat dan gerous drug In all cases, and if taken freely by con sumptive patients, it mnst do great injury ; for its tendency is to confine the morbid' matter in the system, which, of course, must make a cure impos sible. Schenck's Pulmonic Syrup is warranted not to contain a narticle of opium; it is composed of powerful but harmless herbs, which act on the lungs, liver, stomach and blood, and Urns corrects all morbid secretions, and expel all the diseased matter from the body . These are the only means byj which Consumption can be cured, and as Schenck's Pulmonic Syrup, Sea Weed Tonic and Mandrake Pills are the only medlclnea which ope. rate in this way, it is obvious that they are the only genuine cure for Pulmonary Consumption. Each bottle of this invaluable medicine is accompanied by full directions. Br. Schenck is professionally at his principal office, corner Hixth and Arch Sts., Philadelphia, every Monday, where all letters for advice must be addressed. MARRIED LADIES ST. stamp for confidential clrcu tar 01 great va F. D. CLARKE, 186 S. Clark St.. Chicago. c0NE THIRD IS SAVEDfc in quantity by their perfect purity and great strength; the only kinds made by a prac tical Chemist and I'hyaician, wun acienunc care to insure uniformity, healthfulneas, deli cacy and freedom from all injurious mibstan ces. Thev are far superior to the common adulterated kinds. Obtain the genuine. Ob serve our Trade Marks as above, "Cream" Baking Powder, "Hand and Cornucopia." Buy the Baking Powder only in cans securely labelled. Many have been deceived in loose or bulk Powder sold as Dr. Price's. Manufactured onlv by STEELE & PRICE, Chkago, & Low and Cincinnati 1 Another -'War' with, the Indians. Washington, June 19. Gen. Sher man has received from Gen. McDowell, at San Francisco, th following dispatch from Gen. Howard, at Ft. Lapwai, Washington Territory, dated the 16th inst: The Indians began by murdering a white man.in revenge for a number of his. They killed three at the same time. Since they have begun war upon the people near Mount Idaho,Capt. Perry has started with two companies tor them. Uther troops are being brought forward as fast as possi ble. Give me authority for 25 Indian scout?. Think we shall make short work of it. (Signed) Howard. San Francisco, June 19. The follow ing particulars are received of the Indian outbreak in Oregon: The Salmon river Indians and Joseph 8 band assembled on Camos Prairio and killed tour whites, on the Salmon river, near the mouth ot WThite Bird river. The Indians soon attacked the settlers on Camos Prairie and killed Benj. Norton, his wife and two or three others, attacked all teams on the road and had possession of the whole prairie except the town of Mount Idaho, which they threatened Friday evening. A foroe of 100 troops, 20 friendly Indians, and several citizens left Lapwai garrison, under command of Col. Perry, for Mount Idaho. Soon after news was received that Capt Jos. Baker, Samuel Benedict and wife, and 4 children, Harry Mason, Henry Eifers, and Warren's expressman, had been killed on the caimon river; also a pack train of 40 mules was attacked near Cold fcpnngs. iwo whites, named Davenport and Ousley, killed, t wo half breed Indians, and escaped After the arrival of Col Perry a dis patch came through to the effect that he had arrived at Wamet, Idaho, Saturday, a. m and found the reports of those killed true. The Indians bad gone to balmon River and troops were in pursuit. Mes sengers from Kainakoe brought by Indian rumors to the agency state twenty-nine whites had been killed, and White Bird, chief of the band, and his family, L. E. Miston has an organization ot 60 men, partly fitted for home duty in case of emergeney. Companies ot mtantry are expected on the steamer from WallaWalla to-night, and 25 cavalry men from Walla Walla ta-morrow. 500 Indians on Hang man's Creek, bus there are no bandits there yet. Later, Troops, with 150 men from ML Idaha. encountered the Indiana at the head of White Bird cannon. .The troopB dismounted and left a few soldiers and 20 friendly Indians to hold the horses. The Indians opened a hre upon the troops and the fighting continued for some time. The friendly Indians became alarmed, and the soldiers guarding the horses could see the Indians were getting the best of the fight and the soldiers were retreating, ibe Capt ot the citizens, Sergt. Lytle, and one soldier are known to be killed. The whole horse guard, Indians and whites, broke and run, some for Mt Idaho and Borne for Lapwai, leaving the horses to run loose over the prairie, inose coming to Lapwai were stopped till they reached the post. Many houses on the prairie have been burned. Another soldier who reached the garrison at 8 o'clock on the morning of the 18th from the fight reported the troops were on foot and surrounded by Indians in the canon and in a hand-to-hand fight CoL Perry and about half tha command are said to have been fa thn mnmt efltoctnl mmpriv sold, is S lnxurT tO I 1 P I'M...-! Mn4 , Vi a Mmtnlr inlAnnHprl uriive. the W tisf.7tion, give. Instant relief, hen thaVoidier wiU not grease or stain the most delicate fabric, and fighting against Odds, When the SOlQier CANADIAN FISHERIES. Heavy Damages Claimed. Montreal, June 19. At the first meetinc of the fishery commission, the American agent resisted ineffectually the admission of counsel to the sittings. The procedure of the court was agreed on, with the exception of the question of exparte affi davit, which was objected to on the part of Great Britain. This point was settled by admitting affidavits, quantum valiant, 1 he British case was then filed. It con sists of a most voluminous history of the fishery difficulties since the American revolution, and claims $12,000,000 dam ages on the part of the Dominion, and $2,- 800,000 for JNcw Foundland, for 12 years, 6 ot which have elapsed. JUNE 19th & 20th. America's Representative Comediau Joh.ii Thompson The most ersatile Artist Living. AUTHOR, ACTOR. MIMIC AND MUSICIAN In his World Famous Drama, ON HANS: cr. True to tha Last As plaved bv him ever 1.500 times. He will be sup ported by the same Dramatic Company that has ap peared wun mm in an tne principal cities oi tue United States. Tne Musleal Department win De under the suphrvlxion of MISS MOLLIE TnOMP- SOM, (8 years ol age.) The vounseet directress in the world. The Drama will be produced with all tne necessary scenery ana scenic street. Admission 50 and 5 cents. Reserved Seats fori sale at Morris's Drag Store. Itiu3t HANUFACTUEEBJL Chicago Mar&et. Chicago, June 19. higher; 1 47!4 cash; 1454 Wheat Firm and July: 126V4 Aneust. Corn- Firm and tigner; 45X July: 47 Aug Oats Weak and lower ; 37i4 cash; 65jnly. Rye Unchanged. Barley Unchanged. Pork Firm and higher : 12 75 cash : IS July : 12 T7X August. Lara steady; 8 75 casn; 8 87H Aogust. Whisky 1 07. LIVE STOCK. Hoes-Receipts 12.000: moderately active and steady; light 4 504 60; heavy mixed to packers 4 504 70; heavy to snippers 4 7&4 w. Cattle iuiet; nncnangea; receipts 3,duu. Milwaukee Market. M'vwaokee. June 19. Wheat 3a4c hieher: closine quiet and firm; 1 48? cash; 1 49 July ; 1 S4H August; No 3, 1 84. Corn bteaay; 44. Oats Firm; 38. Rye 67J4. Barley 9. , TO-DAYS' ADVERTISEMENTS. ' Receiver's Notice. STATE OF ILLINOIS, I County op Rock Island, f Of the May term, A. D. 1877, of the Circuit Court of said county. James F. Copp vs. George W. Copp. In nursnance of an order of the Court made in said cause on the 17th dav of Mav. A. D. 1877, notice is hereby given to ail the creditors of the firm of Copp Brotuere, to produce and prove tneir Claims i acainst said firm, to the nndersamed, receiver in said cause, by the 1st day of Aupust. A. D.'1M7. LEVI M. UAVEKSTICK, 6-19d-tu&wtd Receiver. MANUFACTURERS OP POINTED, POLISHED AND FINISHED Horse Shoe Nails RECOMMENDED BY OYER 20,000 HORSE SHOERS AU Nails are made of the best NORWAY IRON. and Warranted perfect and ready for driving. 3T Orders filled promptly and at tha lowe rates by GLOBE KAIL COMT BOSTON. LIND, HAGERTY & CO., PRACTICAL Millwrights ! Contractors & Builders Of all descriptions of Jiil IVX,oliini;y . SCHOOL ELEC1ION. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT ON THE ith dav of June. 1877. at the Court House, in the City ot Rock Island, an election will be held for Two Members of the Board of Education, which election will be opened at eight o'clock in the morning and continue open till seven o'clock! in the afternoon of that dsy. Dated at Rock Island City, this 13th day of June 1877. By order of the Mavor. dt26 JOHN L. REED, City Clerk. FLUID LISSTKXITS. 1,1 ID Dratantsand Specifications for Flooring Mills Saw Mills, Distilleries and Grain Elevators trade out on abort notice. Are prepared to take con tracts for building and machinery, and give person al attention to a., he details of construction. Re pairs of all kinds .omptly attended to wheth.r or dered by mall or in person. At the old stand of H Brooks, (new No.,) 595 No 18 S. Washington street PEORIA, ILL AddressLor.k-Box.SM WILCOX SUM PLATE con IGilTMlVG Gov. Hampton, of South Carolina, Coming North after Money. New York, June 19. Grov. Hampton, of South Carolina, will arrive ia tho city on Thursday and will immediately leave for Ocean Grove, below Long Branca lie nas two orjects in view, it is said, in visiting the north at this time. He will attend the anniversary of Sheilds Guards at Auburn, N. Y., Wednesday, aaa to tne interest ot the occasion flag which was the ensign of tho Palmetto Regiment in the Mexican war, Then it is said he will visit Mew York long enough to negotiate a temporary loan which the Hampton legislature au thorized, to meet the expenses of the new South Carolina government, until the treasury should be replenished by the reg ular tax levy. BuA.ll you have to say is: "Henry, t don't think that looks much like a lizard," and then call for what you want. BD. H. Ely, manager of the A. & P. Telegraph office, has hung out a tin sign, giving his office hours. He is also theie from 9 to 10 o'clock Sunday mornings. Louis Meyer, a German over 60 years ot age, wno aiea Baturaay, was buried yesterday afternoon by the I urner society, he having been a member of that order before his death. BBinding 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 guaranteed. tf. JBgrThe Plow City base ball club will practice every evening until the 4th, play- and will IDg one matca game witn a uavenport lllt?l " . 1 .iL T 1 tee an lime, ana un me tia vi uuiy go tu Lyons to take part in the base ball tourna ment. IgT'Everybody, who can, should attend the entertainment at Timm's Hall, to night. The play selected, "On Hand; or. true to the last, is a thrilling, sensational one, and, as rendered by Mr.Thompson, is good. In INew lork and Will positively afford relief by external application. It cures on the instant Neu ralgia, Nervous Headache, Rheumatism, Toothache, Earache, and all nervous pains, SO AS BY MAGIC. Sold by all Druggists at 50 cts. and $1 per bottle. For sale in Rock Island by John Bengston. LIVES BE5ULAT0B AH ADDRESS TO THE SICK. Do you want to purify the system? Do you want to get rid of biliousness? Do you want something to strengthen yon? Do you want a good appetite? Do you want to get rid ot nervousness? Do you want good digestion t Do you want to sleep well? Do you want to bnild up your constitution? Do yon want a brisk and vigorous feeling? it yon do. Show Rooms, 21 Maiden Lane, 2f. Y. Factories, West Meriden, Conn. Manufacturers of Plated Tea Sets PORCELAIN LD?ED TAKE Iillg' LIVER Ice Pitchers, Castors, "WAITEES, Coffee and Ice Water Urns, TTTf rpTTffO of Self ADDf,e or ""discretion V Iw 1 ililw send stamo for "Cklsbrated Work" on M ervous ana f mate Diseases. Aauress Chicago Medical Instxtutr, ISti S. Clark St., Chicago. A. C A.RD. To all who are suffering from the errors and in discretions of youth, nervous weakness, early oe cay, loss of manhood, &c, I will send a recipe that will cure yon, FREE OF CHARGE. This great i remedy was discovered by a missionary in bourn America. Send a self-addressed envelope to the Rev. Josiph T. 1km an Station D, Bible House New York City, MATHEWS' blQUID STARCH GLOSS I Gives a splendid gloss and finish to all starched goods, making them w hitter and clearer than wax or anything else, and prevents the iron from sticking. Trial bottle free. Put np in 4-oa bottles, price 15c. Sold by Gro cers and Drnsgista. A. I. MATHEWS & CO., 85 Murray St., N. Y. 2 1 Happy Btlisf to Twrng Hsa from the ef-: $ CO O fects of errors and abuses in early life. M m VahMl aitT4. Imnedlments to Mar- ra 3 m inage removed. New method ol treat- g Excursion ot Scientific Men to the Kocky Mountains. New York, June 19. President Barn ard of Columbia College and Dr. Thomas Armitage and a number of other gentle men of New York, Boston and other cities forming a party of about 30 persons left New York last night in Pullman's pallace cars by the rennsylvama Railway tor a pleasant trip to the Rock Mountains. The party will go direct to St Louis, where the day will be passed and then they will continue to on tu Denver City, CaL ; from this the excursion will be taken pnnci pally on horsebick into the surrounding country. Every one can dispose of 12 or 15 days, allowed for the trip as he thinks best. The excursion is in accept ance of an invitation extended by the Kan sas Pacific Kailroad company. excepuonaDiy gooa, in wew iors ana T7,r,T. A m-r- T?PTJ-RfT!CT3'.S the eastern cities immense audiences have JCfc-ELlVDr U I i A I A ' assembled to witness bis marvellous rendi tion ot the chiot character, while every- IUCUIk XCTO UUU 1VUIL1I..II1W Books and circulars sent free in sealed! w envelopes. Address HOWARD AS- bOCIATlOU, 419 N. Ninth St., Phila- w delphla. Pa. An Institution having aj high reputation for honorable conduct; O and professional ekilL i -. lLINDSEY'S blood searcher, la the greatest Blood rvmtaj 1 m J TetMr. Beroful, Utcr, Boil. PimpWa. ul ill It e ii rod idt m or BorotulA. J. arvoM, k ftaiakMmilA. 0. ' It Attratd mv child Of ErTnP- 4 EL K. HRLLEKS CO., Prop , Pltubonth, P. Thc go a In a h oar Dm on bottom of wrapper!. Campb.oriiie I hu a nlRHAnt. and Mrnahin nr It will lmme diately relieve and core Rheumatism, Chronic and Acute: Neuraleia and Catarrh. HeSdache and Swelled Face, Sore Throat, Spraina and Bruises, Bunions and Chilblains, Eruption of the Skin, Pain in Cheat, Back or Limbs, Burna an4 OClOa, for aala by all DraggUta. left. The Indians engaged iu the tight or a nnn-trpntw Nisenerces. They together with other disaffected tribes number about j A -Vi-V rr. m rtlAA IB a 0n I ral uprising of the aavages and the whole ISatisfaction guaranteed. Heavy Bobbery of Foreign and Americas Securltea The Public Warned not to""bny. New York. June 19. L.Vouhoffmann & Co.. 50 Wall street have cautioned the public against purchasing certain securi tiesstolen during the night of June 1st from a mail car while ia transit from Lon don to Paris. The securities consist of French rentes, Egyptian, Spanish, Russ ian and United States bonds of aggregate value of more than 0,000 with railway stock valued at several thousand pounds. The robbery was a bold oneiand so skillfully executed that only a slight clue, if any can be obtained to the perpetrators. Boatmen' Strike- on tha C. k O. Canal now general They Demand One Dollar per Ton for Coal. Baltimore, Jane 19. The strike of canal boatmen on Chesapeake & Ohio canal for one dollar per too for freightage ou coal from Cumberland to tide water is now general. A number of boatmen have resolved to tie up their boats at eight mile level in Montgomery county and allow no loaded boats to pass down. Most ot the boats received sixty cents per ton, while a few received 90 cents. The latter are opposed to the strike. On Sunday .only 30 boats were at Cumberland to load. Printing, Binding and Blank-Book work specialities at The Argus Office. No pains will be spared to please customers. tr where the press speak in the highest terms of the drama. A crowded house will no doubt greet the company to-night. 1 Reserved seats at W. G. Morris' drug store Magistrate Swanuer's docket has the following this morning: Peter Quin, arrested by Officers Teller and Corney, Saturday night, for being drunk, waa re leased from the calaboose on ounday by order of the court Appeared J one 18th., and was again drunk, and was sent off to sober up, and to appear on the 19th. Came up this morning, plead guilty and was fined f 5 and costs. Uave an order on Huey. and was discharged, ueo, 1 homp- i a ynr m 1 1 1 son was arrested Dy umcers xeiier ana Corney, on Saturday night, for being drunk. V as released bunday, by order of the court, to appear Monday. Pre ferred to plead guilty then and there, and was ordered to pay a fine of $5 and costs. Promised to pay in one week. The Board of Education. The importance of having capable men as members of the board of education can not be too lightly estimated. It is a posi tion which requires a thorough knowledge of school matters and a good business edu cation. There has been too little attention paid to the election of competent men lately and it is about time that merit was the basis on which selections' should be made. For several years past a sort of careless indifference as to expenses has been the rule with our present board and the people have been compelled to pay enormous taxes to an extravagant system of school training, when, had economical men composed the board, numerous un necessary expenses could and would have been avoided.. Experience is a good teacher.however.and it is gratifying to note an awakening interest in school matters. On Saturday occurs an election for one member of the board of education to fill the unexpired term of II. A. Ainsworth, resigned, and at the request of many of our prominent men II. L. Bullen, one of the most competent and best in formed men in this vicinity, will be a can didate. This position is not sought by Mr. Bullen, but is urged by those who, knowing his capacity tor the place, will work hard for his election. r The Arqus supported Mr. Bullen when he was a can J. EC. ZEILIN & CO., Sole Proprietors. Simmons' Liver Regulators, Phila THE r li.u linn mm fcJ P A.VOBITE Home Remedy Is warranted not to con tain a single particle of Mercury or any injuri ous mineral substance, but is PURELY VEQ KTABLE, containing those Southern Roots & Herbs, which an All Wise Providence baa -U. placed in conntries where Liver Disease moat prevail. It will cure all diseases caused by derangement ot the Liver and Bowels, Regulate the Liver and prevent Chills and Fever SIMMONS' LIVES BEOUIiATOB Is eminently a Family Medicine : and by being kept ready for immediate resort will save many an hour I of suffering and many a dollar In time and doctor's I bills. After over Forty Tears' trial it ia still receiving the most unqualified testimonials to ita virtues from persons of the highest character and responsi bility. Eminent physicians commend it as the most EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC FOR ICON8TTPATION. HEADACHE. PAIN IN THE SHOULDERS J)IZZrNESS.OUR 8TOMACH. I BAD XASTB IN T11K MOUTH. B1UUUS ATTACKS. PALPITATION OF THE HEART. PAIN IN TUB REGION OF THE KIDNEYS, 1 DESPONDENCY, GLOOM AND FOREBODING OF EVIL, ALL OF WHICH ARE THE tOFF PRING OF A DISEASED LIVER, COLIC I2T CHILDREN For children complanlng of colic, headache, or sick stomach, a tuaspoonful or more will give relief. Cbildren.aa wall as adults eat sometimes too much anpper or something which does not di gest well producing sour stom ach, heartburn, or restlessness; a gooa dose oi Uver itegulator will give relief. This applies to persona of all ages. It ia the cheapest, purest and beat Family Medicinetln the world 1 FRUIT STANDS, CAKE BASKETS, BERRY DISHES, Dpoone &c Forke, Pearl, Ivory and Steel Handled , KNIVES. &C, &C, &C. t3?"These Goods can be fonnd at all First Class Deiitrs ia Plated Ware. In purchasing call for nr Wilcox's quadruple plats. .aa 4-M.iJ- Siiow Cases. SHOVJ OASES. ALL STYLES. CHEAPEST PLAGE In the City. Send for Price List. J. E. BERRY, Prop., 90 State Street, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. E0BEET G. LTJTKE, (S ucceeaora to J, B. ZEXGLXX.) . Manufacturers of METAL & WOOD IT HAS NO EQUAL, Thousands lead miserable lives. Buffering from dyspepsia a disordered stomach and liver, pro sing biliousness, heartburn, costivanesa. weak. I ducing biliousness. nese, irregular appetite, low spirits, raiaing food after eating, and often ending in fatal attacks of I fever. Theytknow they are sick, yet get little sympathy. The unfailing remedy to prevent theae afflictions ana restore health is BimmobV utib luauuTos. JtANCTACTrBKD OKI.T BT J. H. ZEIXIXr & CO.1 PHILADELPHIA, FA., rrtoe,l SoldjojIallBragglats. ShOvV CASES! OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. Slh Hamilton Street, - PEORIA, ILL Correspondence solicited and orders promptl fllled. ROBERT G. LUTKE. FIXLDfBSOS., Agenta. Hock Island.