Rock Island, Illinois, Tuesday, June 26, 1877.
Established Oct 18, 1851
Railroad Time Table.
A90.B0CS X3LASB & PACIFIS B. 8.
eojxa bast ctuixs liati
it 9 00 a. m. ; .30 p, m. ; and 9 :86 p. m. Train
arrive from west as above.
80IN9 W1HT TRAIN! 1.11TB
At 8:40 a.Jm. ; 10:10 a. m., and 6:00 p. m.
arrive from the east at above.
XEST2r.iT UNION SAILSOAD.
FOR RACINB A MILWAUCEE.
I B A VI ARKTTB
Okt Express and Ma;..... .9.05 a m 6:00 am
Ntcut bxpress 10:15 v 5:60 px
The niv'ht express leaving Rock Inland every
Sunday nlcht at 10:15 connects with the train arri
v:nir In Chicairo early Monday moraine?. No lav
over chocks Riven on throngs tickets from Rock
!: unrl to Chicago. Tnroiigh tickets only good on
tin; it mu.
ST. L07IS & B03S ISLAliD S. S.
09TVO SOUTH TRAIH8 LBAVB
At 8:00 a. m. and 6:15 p. m. dally,
ARRIVB PROM ST. LOUIS
4t9:?0a, m. dally, and 9:15 p.m.
STIBLIN3 TSAI1I3 LXA7Z
At 4.3J p. m. .
ABBITB TBOX ST1RL1HQ
At 10:40 a. m.
FEOEIA. & SCCslsLAlID EAILWA7.
SHORTEST IIOCTC TO TUB BAST AHD SOUTH.
Emtern JJi. 5 50 a.m. Mall & Ex. 1:02 p, ml
yn iB.i. i -w p. m, v estern ui. :rap. m.
Way Freight 6 ;'IQ a. m. Way Freight 3 :25 p. m.
The 6:00 a. m. train makes close connection at
alva with CB4Q, for Alcdo and Keithsbnrc.
also at Peoria with P P A J, for Jacksonville, Spring
eld, St Louis and all points south and southwest.
arnvinc in t Louis at t.ou p m.
The 1 :50 train makes close connection at Galva
with C B & Q R R, for the west; arriving atQuincy
at it :4ft p m., also at Peoria with I B & W, and T
V x vt ., lor points eat and southeast,
SOCZ ISLAND & MESCEB CO.. S. 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. in.
Leave Cable at 6:30 a. m., and 15:45 p. m. Arriving
at Hock Island at 8:90 a. in., and 3:00 p. m.
4SlAMMERiP AND FINISHEDf
The Ausable Nails
are Hammered Hot, and the
Finishing and Pointing
are done Cold, thus Imitating
the Process of Making Nails hy
Hand. Quality h fully Guaranteed.
For sale by all leading Iron ami hard
ABRAHAM BUSSING, Sec'j,
SS Chambers St., New York,
Telegraphed to the Rockltland Argut.
REPORTS FK02X ALL PABTS OF THE
It wm Widespread and Very Destructive
to Crops and Other Property.
ZIMMER & STEGEMANN
No. 1.903 Second Ave N. side Union Square,
Merchant Tailors !
HAVE JCST RECEIVED A LARGS AND WELL
assorted stock of
English and Trench Cassimeres,
Diagonals, Worsted Suitings, Beavers,
Doeskins, etc., etc.
pPA.l work guaranteed and prices reasonable.
BE 5 ALIAS.
WILLIAM L. ROBINSON,
R E Gr ALI A
Odd Fellows. Masons, Druids, Knights
Pythias, Red Men, Temperance, and all
DEALER IN i -
Gold and Silvor Laces, Fringes,
STARS, BRAIDS, ETC.
3 Main Street, WORCESTER, MASS.
Extra qt of Hoots
FOR MAKING ROOT BEER.
The attention of DruijR'sU and Beer Makers it
called to the above named preparation. One of the
healthiest and pleaanteit beverages known in
made from this Extraet.the reputation of which has
been well established for over 30 years, and the in
creuned sales for It In those localities where it has
been used fully indorse its meril.es. This Extract,
from which the popular Beverage known as
KXAFFS ROOT BEER
is made, is put np in bottles at 2rr.., 50c., f3, and in
half gallon uud gallon cans $T and $10 each,
which makes respectively, 10. '23, 200, 4'K) and BOO
calbms of Beer. Oeneral Depot,
:i Hudson Street 'NEW YOKE
And wold by all Wholesale Druiets and Patent
Medicine Dealers at manufacturer prices.
For sale in Rock Island by John Beugston.
In Wall Street.
$500,000 has been made in a single investment
$ioo. This of course is an extraordinary occur
rence; but ordinarily $5 can realize say $25,000.
Even sums as low as i can be safely invested.when
favorable result can show a profit of $5.0).
Circulars giving full information sent free by ad
dressing TAYLOR Sfc Co, Bankers,
No. 11 WollSt.,N.Y
S25,S50,Si00, S200, S500.
Thfl reliable house of ALEX. FROTHINGHAM
& CO., No. 12 Wall street. New York publish a
handsome eiL'ht DOL'e weeklv naner, called the
Weekly Financial Report, which tliey 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
standing of everv slock, bond and security dealt in
at the Stock Exchange. Messrs. Fkothinoham &
Co., are extensive brokers of large experience and
tried integrity. In addition to their stock broker
age business, they sell w hat are termed "PrlviligeB"
or "Pum and Calls." now one of the favorite meth
ods of legitimate speculation. Their advice is val
uable, and by following It many have made lor
uues. New York Metropolis.
THENiOST PERFECT MADE.
EVERY FAMILY should at once procure a bot
tie of the great Arabian remedy lor man and beast
called H. (i. Fabkell's Arabian Liniment. It al
lays the most Intense pains in a few minutes, re
stores the synovial fluid or joint water, and thus
cures stiff joints : it penetrates the flesh to the bone.
relaxes contracted coras, enres rnenmausm ana pal
sied limbs of 30 years' atandintr: also tnmors. swell
ed neck, enlargement of the glands, and is the best
medicine for ailments or cattte ever discovered, cu
ring sweeny, spavins, splint, and all diseases which
require an external application.
Sun Pain of 10 tears' standing cuhed by II.
- Faubell's Arabian Liniment.
Mr. H. G. Farrell, Dear Sir: I had be?n adlicted
with the "Sun Paiu" for the last ten years. I could
never get relief except by bleeding; but by the use
oi ll. jr. r arreirs Arabian Liniment, applied over
the temples about three or four limes a day, it was
entirely removed, and 1 have felt noth ns of it since,
I went into the stable one night to apply it to a
norse s sore lee, ana beiusr very lame ne stumbled
and fell against my legs, crushing and bruising
ttiem so bauiy that they turned black as my hat
rendering them powerless. 1 applied your Lini
ment, and was well enough in a few d(iy9togo
about again as usual. I also crushed my finger in
a shocking manner, by letting a back log faliupon
ll ; your imminent soon Healed tt up, though.
LaSalle, Peoria Co., 111. John B. M'gee
fEso. Barter, of Canton, 111., savsil
Mr. II. G. Farrell's Arabian Liuiment has cured
some bad cuses here, which every other remedy had
failed in : one was a white swelliuc and contracted
cords in the leg of a boy 12 years old. The leg had
withered awav. and was so contracted that he had
no use of it. Three doctors had tried their skill up
on it in vain, and he was fast sinking to the crave
when the bov's father was induced to try 11. ar
reirs Arahia'n Liniment. Before the first bottle was
used no 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 mv bov more rood than all that had ever been
done before." That boy is now well and hcar-
tv, and has free use of his los. It is t;ood for brui
ses, sprains, cuts, burns aud swellings.
LOOK OUT FOR COUNTERFEITS!
The public are cautioned against another conn
terMt, which has lately made iis appearance.called
W. U. arreirs Arabian Uuiment, tue most aan"rer
ous of all the counterfeits, because his having the
name of Famdl. many will buy it in good faith
without the knowledge that a counterfeit exists.
and they will perhaps only discover their error
when the spurious mixture has wrought its evil ef
The Pennine article is manufactured outy by II
G. Parrel, 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 vou ee t it with the letters H. G
before Farrell's thus II. G. FARRELL'S and his
signature on the wrapper, all other are counter
Sold by all druggists and bv regular authorize
agents throughout the united States.
"ff?Trice 25 and 50 cents, and $1 per buttle.
AGENTS WANTED lu every town. Milage an
hamlet In the United Statss, in which one is not a
ready established. Address II. G. Farrell as above
accompanied with good character, responsibility
DE. SCHE2TCKS PULMONIC SYHTJF
Sea Weed Tonic and Maspbake riu.s. These
medicines have undoubtedly performed more cure
of Consumption than any other remedy known t
the American public. They are compounded o;
vegetable ingredients, and contain nothing which
ciin he Injurious to the human constitution. Other
remedies advertised as cures for Consumption
probably ccutuin opium, which is a somewhat dan- j
gerous drug in all cases, and if taken freely by con
sumptive patients, it must do great injury; lor us
tendency is to confine the morbid matter iu the
systemi, which, of course,-must muke a cure impos
sible. Schenck's Pulmonic Syrnp 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
all morbid secretions, and expel all the diseased
matter from the body . These are the only means
lyj which Consumption can be cured, and as
Schenck's Pulmonic Syrup, Sea Weed Tonic and
Mandrake Pills are the only medicines which ope
rate in this way, it is obvious that they are the only
Cenuine enre for Pulmonary Consumption. Each
bottle of this invaluable medicine is accompanied
by full directions. Dr. Schenck is professionally
at his principal office, corner Sixth and Arch Sts.
Philadelphia, every Monday, where all letters for
advice must be addressed.
Kankakee, 111., June 26. -The east
bound express for Cincinnati, three miles
north of- here, was caught by the wind,
yesterday, and the locomotive and cars
were thrown from the track into a ditch.
Of the fifteen passengers all were more or
less bruised, but none seriously injured.
Dixon, 111., June 26. The storm struck
this town at 1 1 o'clock yesterday and did
great damage. The fair grounds with its
buildings, fences, stands, trees, sheds, etc.
is a complete wreck. The Chicago &
Northwestern wind mill, engine house.and
ireiRiu. nouse, were partially destroyed:
many buildings in town were unroofed.
umber in the yards was acattprod, ami
few buildings were demolished; trees three
feet round were twisted and broken off.
No loss of Hie.
Lincoln, Iowa. June 26. The storm.
yesterday, damaged all the grainj. llye
suflered heavily. Nearly every crn field
in the vicinity is flooded.
Jacksonville, 111.. June 26. The
damage to wheat iu this county by yester
uays storm is estimated at S10U00U
ihere is much other daniaee. All the
reeks are overflowing and the low lands
Champaign, HI., June 26. The sui-
rounding country suffered a severe loss by
the storm. Probably one hundred houses
and buildings were damaged here and in
urbana. The rain fell in torreuts, and
trees were uprooted by scores.
r AIRBCRY, 111., June 26. The storm
completely destroyed the untioi!.hed Meth
odist church here. Loss $7,000. A nuin
bcr of other buildings were unroofed.
moved from their foundations, or blown
Henry, 111.. June 26. The wind car
ried John Long's house, eiehteen bv 28
feet in size, about seventy feet from its
place, but injured nobody.
JiROOKVlLLE, ill., June 26. Fourteen
buildings were unroofed yesterday.
OalesBURG, June 26. The crops arc
reported as being heavily damaeed.
Des Moines, Iowa, JuDe 26. I he rain
all was heavy, and the outlook for crors
is gloomy, but no sj-ecial daiuags was done.
Danville. 111., June 26. The damage
to grain and grass is reported very great
in this section.
Mahomet, 111., June 26, Reports com
ing in f-how the storm was widespread and
disastrous to crops and property. .
fePRINGFlELP. 111., June 2b. the storm
loft the grain lying fiat and did considera
ble minor damage.
Indianola la., June 26 A number of
cattle were killed yesterday, and families
were, for a time, compelled to vacate their
basements, fearing the tornado would brmg
down the houses.
Muscatine, la., June 26. Hundreds of
trees snapped like pipe stems in yesterday's
storm, thousands of panes of glass were
shivered by the great hail stones that fell.
Cincinnati. June 23. No great dam
age here from the storm, except, as already
reported. At Springfield, Ohio, a child
was killed by a falling barn, and some
others were injured. The damage to crop?
all over the state where the storm went is
incalculable. Al Iveauing, Utuo, Henry
Kosenbure was killed by the blowing down
of his stable.
Peoria. June 26. Heavy rain and wind
storm here yesterday. The wind was so
strong that it tore a portion of the tin roof
off the Chamber of Commerce, and precip
itated it down between the Chamber of
Commerce and K. S. Daston's building,
where it lay in a large confused mass. In
falling it tangled the telegraph wires to
other, thus temporarily breaking off com
munication between Peoria and other cities.
Considerable other damage was done.
Oquawka, Ills., June 26. Une church
and a number of other buildines were blown
down in yesterday's storm. (Jreatdamage
to crops. jNobody injured.
Meeting-of the G A. R.
Providence, June 26. The Grand
Army Reunion began to-dav. Visitine
bodies were received and entertained by
the local veterans. The city is profusely
decorated with flags, streamers, and bunt
ing, numerous and appropriately inter
mingling, and the streets resound with
martial music, fiov, llartranft and his
council of administration and posts two and
five of Pniladelphia. together with repre
sentatives from New lork and New
Jersey, have arrived early. Prescott, and
Slocuui posts of this city escorted the
visitors to their headquarters, at the Citv
Hotel. Subsequently one of the Philadel
phia posts proceeded to Lynn. At a late
hour the Rhode Island department of the
Grand Army receiyed eommander-in chief
Gov. llartranft, and members of the
National Encampment at the hotel, and
escorted them to the place of meeting of
the National Encampment which is now
in session. Mayor Doyle delivered the
address of welcome to the Encampmeut,
and after "the transaction of some business
an excursion was made down the bay.
The Acting President and his Party
Swinging- Around the Circle.
Hoston, June 26. The weather is
rather threatening, but no rain yet, and
the streets are gay with bunting and
marching organizations in honor cf the ar
rival of the presidential party, which,
leaving Washington at 1.30 yesterday
afternoon got here at 10.13 this morning.
At Putnam, Connecticut, the president
received his first welcome to New Eng
land, where various members of the party
made short felicitous speeches. At
Black Stone, Mass., Key, Schurz and
Devcns spoke in response to a warm cree
ing. At Franklin, the president, Key and
Eyarts spoke. Ainyed here the party
was driven to the Brunswick tor break
tast; thence to the state house to wit
ness the procession; thence to the Hruns
wick to witness the grand review.
The Indian War.
San Francisco, June 26. The press
despatch from Portlaud has the following:
despatch lrom a special correspondent
just received from Fort Lapwai, dated the
4th, via Walla-Walla, says a courier has
just come through lrom Gen. Howard
Col, Perry with his command has loiued
the Geu'l at Norton's Station, on the Lit
tle Cottonwood about CO miles from here.
fhe troops hero will start to join them to
morrow, ucn. tioward intends to move
to-morrow on Joseph, who is reported to
be between the Little Salmon and Smoke
Livers, at Horse Shoe Bend, about twenty
five miles south of Mount Idaho.
AKOUS HEADQUARTERS -MOLIHE,
Richarps & Sohrbeck's Drug and Book Store'
opposite First National Bank, where all orders
can be left for the Argus, and where all Moline
business is transacted by O. J. Beardslee. Busi
ness notices should be handed in by nosn to en
sure publication the same lay.
Raid on an Illicit Distillery in Hancock
Washington, June 26. Revenue
Ageut Brownlow reports to the com
missioners of internal revenue from Knox
ville that he made a successful raid on
illicit distillers in Hancock county,
capturing l)ul Ray and Bud Rains, the
ring leaders, and half a dozea small
offenders, and destroying two stills, 14
still houses, 84 tubs of beer with about
8,000 gallons of beer and 75 gallons of
Washington, June 26 The Signal Ser
vice observations taken at 10 o'clock this
forenoon indicate the following weather
probabilities for this afternoon and to-nitrht:
Indications for the northwest: Stationary
or higher pressure, nearly stationary tem
perature, variable winds, partly cloudy
weather, and possibly occasional showers.
B-F. G. Bokman is quite sick, with a
JS"City council meeting next Monday
BSF'Mcrris is having his drug store
painted inside aud out.
JSS?Several parties convinced the town
board yesterday, that their taxes were too
high, and had them reduced.
jEST'The Robert Ross came in this morn
ing with logs for Keator & Son, and started
back up the river this afternoon.
JfiThat board of health ordinance is
now in lorce, and all that remaius to ue
done is the appointments by the mayor.
- SiayMrs. S. C. Crauipton, mother of A.
A. Crampton, died yesterday morning at
2 oclock, in Orion, aud was buried to day.
jfeayAfriean M. E. church festival, in
the church yard this evening. Moonlight
parties are exceedingly popular just now.
J5SAndrew Swanson, an employee of
Deere & Co's. received a slight scald from
escaping steam in the boiler room this
jfcAU persons wishing to join the
cavalry Co., for the 4th of July sham
battle, will apply to Chas. Reese at the
SSaTOur base ball club will not go to
Lyons on the 4th of July, as has been
announced, as th Lyons people have not
succeeded in raising sufficient funds.
B-Surveyor Gordon, who was expected
here this morning to survey and set stakes
for widening and straightening Rodman
avenue, did not arrive. He will probably
be here to-morrow.
Esprit is believed by many tnat it au
accurate survey was made, it would show
that the fences on the west side of Lynde
street were two feet into the street; and
on the east side, the street is the same dis
tance into the lots.
fiQkBinding of every description done
at close figures at Iue Argus bindery,
All kinds of printing cheaper than else
where in the three cities. First class work
iSf-On the Plow City's return trip from
Clinton, last Friday, the boys thought they
had found a dead man floating, aud with
bated breach and horror depicted upon
their contenances, lowered a boat an
reverentially hoisted it on board, to find
that it was only a black hog.
BgSamuel Westbure was arrested yes
terday afternoon upon a charge of drawiog
revolver upon Henry Myer m Charle
Reese's barroom. He was taken before
Magistrate Swander, who ordered him t
be placed in the calaboose to sober ud be
fore trial could be had. He was afterwara
fined $5 and costs. Chas. Reese becam
security for the amount and he was released
The Plow City.
The steam yacht Plow City is now i
perfect trim for excursions. Pains wi
ne taken to insure tne comtorts ot passen
gers. Liberal discount to Sunday school
and societies. 15d3m
As stated in yesterday's Argus, Eibing
employed counsel to prosecute the Moline
and Iowa Uity marshals ior raise imprison
ment, and was going to commence pro-
New York Market.
New York, Jane 38.
U.S. Bonds V cent 5-90's 1881
" " 1st n. w
" " 1H67
" " 18G8
U. S. 10.40's. , 1.19
Wheat- 6hade firmer: No 3 Chicago I 01(3.1 67 ;
No S Milwaukee 1 eil 08.
Corn Shade better: new western mixed 5i;y$
Oats Dull; mixed western and state 3857.
Pork Oulet; 14 15.
"Lard 9 15U 25.
vvnisKy l ii!i.
sun TDlir W
cftQNE THIRD IS SAVEDs
To all who are suffering from the errors and in
discretions of youth, nervous weakness, early de
cay, loss of manhood, &c, I will send a recipe that
will cure you, FREE OF CHARGE. This great
remedy was discovered by a missionary lu South
America. Send a self-addressed envelope to the
Rev. Joseph T. Inman Station D.Bible House
New York City,
LIQUID STARCH GLOSS
Gives a splendid gloss and finish to all starched
goods, making them whiter and clearer than
wax or anything else, and prevents the iron from
etickhig. Trial bottle free.
Pnt up in 4-oz bottles, price 15c. Sold by Gro
cers aPd Drnggists.
A. I. MATHEWS & CO., 85 Murray St., N. Y.
w I Eippy Belief ts Totag lien from the ef-; (
jm w lecis oi errors nuu uuptn iu i j M
PI Manhood Eestowd. Impediments to Mar- ra
JJ m nacre removed. New method of treat-g
O f4'menu New aud remarkable remedies. '
J m ! Books and circulars sent free in sealed, w
pi (envelopes. Address HOWARD A8-
SOCIATION, 419 N. Ninth St., Phila-
delpula. Pa. An Institution havinn a,
high reputation for honorable conduct,
aud professional skill. I
ELLERS LIVER PIL
Seller' Liver Fills have vtood f..r Thirty Tear i
Standard Ben"dy for toe cure of Liver Ctmiplatnt.
Coauveness, nicn Heauaene, aoa mix ueraiig
atftita ot the Liver.
"fc4llerV Yermlfiice. th great Worn Ue
aMivA. "xiltpd 400 Jarre, live worms from hit
hi M q tMri old. Wm. Barvcr. St. Louis, Mo. Frioe
eacb. 25c. If vur druirUt don t keep then, aeaa ror
hm. H w.. SJTI.I.KK's in, rrnp n, riiinoiprrn, r.
ONE THIRD IS SAVED
in quantity by their perfect purity and great
strength ; 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 Kimerior to the common
adulterated kinds. Obtain the genuine. Ob
serve our Trade Marks as above, "Cream
Taking Powder, "Hand and Corm.copia.
liny the Baking Powder only in cans securely
labelled. Many have been deceived in loose
or bulk Powder sold as Dr. Price's.
Manufactured onlv bv
STEELE & PBICE,
ChuwiQ, & Lw.it and VinckmoU.
Is the mosr effectnsl remedy sold. Is a luxury to
uiie, gives the lieut satisfaction, gives instant relief,
will not grease or stain the most delicate fabric,
ha a nl.'niMnt and refreshim? oior. It will inime
rtintwlv relieve and cure Rheumatism. Chronic and
Acute: Neuralgia and Catarrh. Headache and
Swelled Face, Sore Throat. Sprains and Bruises
BuDious and Chilblains. Emotions of the Skin
Pain in Chest. Back or Limbs, Burns and Scalds,
For sale by al' Drngist.
IW UlHVilWWi '
Jm the safett and th best, U instantanemt InTtaotSoBf M
t rtmrlrwHa th mnatniitnrtl flh&des Of bl&ck or Ivovn. CuHSt
notstjun the akm, and is easily applied, itti a stanoara
titvnnnttirm. ami aiavariao unaneverr wi i -aimmnwa ui
l.'t far lut fr arent)ftnnn. For sale PT all DrneffiMtfi and
fa.ir Drawn. JOSEPH. CRlSTADpRp, Pr-
prwtwt n w dwa mm
The St Johns Fire.
St. John, June 20. insurance agents
call upon the insured to present their
claims immediately ior adjustment. Five
hundred people came to the rink yesterday
asking for food and clothing. 1 he latter
is w anted particularly. A movement is on
foot for the erectiou of a temporary dwell
ing for th ; poor.
Boiler Explosion, and Two Lien Silled.
Boston, June b- ly tne explosion
of the boiler of the tug boat Herbert,
William Farrell, engineer, and William
laull, deck hand, were killed.
Berlin, June 26. B'ismark is now at
tvtssengin. lie intends returning nere
soon to make a brief stay and then go to
LONDON, June 26. The agitation in
Constantinople against Redif Pasha, min
ister of war, and all military authorities is
on the increase. Success in Montenegro
has rather increased the excitement, being
deemed downright folly and almost treason
that to gaio successes at comparative tri
fling points Asia should have been so
wofully neglected. I he nomination of
Dervish Pasha to the command in Asia
has contributed to the agitation, lor after
he signal incapacity shown by the latter
in Bosnia and Albania his appointment is
ooked upon only as a joke. A Delebaba
special Bays both sides beinz reinforced
there was three days fighting, and the Rus
sians again fell back.
Alexandria, June 26. ihe Khedive
is taking vigorous steps to prevent the
blowing up of the Suez CanaL
rEW Iork, June 26. A despatch
says, iirzeroum advices indicate Diutntar
Pa9ha has won a great victory and taken
1,000 Russians prisoners. One thousand
Russians are capitulated at Bayazid.
Paris. June 26. lue Hussian . tele
graphic agency is contradicting the ru
mored unfrieudly leehne between the
Russians and the Great Powers. It says
that Russia will loyally keep her promise
The peace of Europe is perfectly assured.
Rustcuulk, June 20. Ihe bombard
ment ot this place continued all yesterday
The English agents report that the Eng
hsh consulate, which had a large union
jack floating, seems to have been singled
out for concentrated hre and was com
No More Political Hummers and Repeaters
to be Employed in tne aavy xaxas
Washington. June 26. The secretary
of the navy has issued a circular directing
the commandants of the navy yards and
stations to conform strictly to tne require
ment of navy regulations, to hold all under
their command to strict accountability
under these reculations. Laborers shal
be employed by proper officers in charge
with reference to skill and efficiency and
without regard to political or other con
siderations. No officer or employee in any
of the navy yards shall require or request
any workingman to contribute or pay any
money for political purposes, nor shall any
workingman be discharged for pohtica
opinions. A board of inspectors shall be
appointed to inspect the material pur
chased, to decide it it is ot good quality
and of fair market price.
End of a Strike.
Montreal. June 26. The shop
laborers' strike has come to an icnominous
termination, the men having themselves
begged to be taken back at the reduced
rates. The request was acceeded to and
they returned to their work.
Chester, Pa., June 26. W. H. John
son, ot Delaware Oo., in a ht ot jealousy
ast night kilted his cousin, Jno. Yv or rail
ad then killed himself.
Bidpvford, Me., June 26. Jno. Doug-
ass and wife, of Parker, were killed by be
ing thrown from their carriage,
DESTRUCTIVE fire at
llillli VUlfll 11 1
Chicago, June 26.
Wheat Active and stronger: 147 for car loads;
44 4 July; 1 27'4 asked August.
Corn Firm and higher; 47?s cash: 4S'S August
Oats Steadier; 3tii cash; 3o!4 July.
Rye Firmer IK.
Pork Firm and higher; 13 10 caBh; aeked
I,ard Firm and higher: OO casb; 9 10 August.
Whisky -1 OS.
Hogs -Receipts 1C.000: active and steady; light
60tS4 80; Bhippmg 4 754 90.
Cattle Quiet; generally firm; receipts 2,000.
St. Louis Market.
St. Louis. June 2(1.
Wheat Lower; No 2 red fall 1 93 cash.
Corn-Higher; 41V4cash; 44i45!4 August.
Oats Dull; 38 bid.
Pork 13 50.
Lard N omin al .
Hogs -Receipts 4,300; lower; 4 30lf.O.
M-v.vaukke. June 2(
Wheat '4ffl5ic higher; steady at clcse; 1 51
cash; 1 August; No 3, 1 :&3,1 -WiYi.
Corn Steady : 47.
Oats Firm ; :i5!j .
Rye liti .
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Near iy tne Entire Town Destroyed.
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nearly the entire business portion of the
town. The hre began in the stable cf the
Iathaway House and spread with alarm
ing rapidity. The hotel and other build
ings, all the large shoe manufactories but
three, are in ruins. These were mostly
urge wooden buildings filled with ma
chinery and furnishing employment to
hundreds ol men and women. 1 he Eastern
railroad depot, six or seven passenger cars
and a number ot freight cars were burned.
Over forty dwelling houses were consumed
and the occupants saved but a very small
portion of their furniture, and the families
nly the chuhea they had on wheu escaping
from the burning buildings, oeventy-two
buildings in all were consumed. In a few
brief hours the flames had destroyed two
thirds of the old town and left without a
prospect of employment fully three-fourths
of the male and female workers of Marble-
head. It is a fair estimate to place the
loss at not less than $500,000. The
Marblehead Messenger loses $8,000, in
surance. $2,000; E. K. Bartlett & Co.,
$18,000, partly insured; I'ope block, $15,-
000; Monroe liros., $30,000; J. M. Cros-
sley, $30,000, iasurance $15,000; Jonathan
UOSTON, June &o. A caretuhy pre
pared list of losses by the Marblehead fire
makes the aggregate on buildings $358,000.
and the loss to occupants on stock, ma
chinery. furniture, etc., $171,000.
Marbleiiead. J une 25. A fire lgmted
in Marblehead. Hotel, Pleasant street, al 2
o'clock this morning and burned fifteen
acres. The fire department couldn't con
trol it, as a greater part of the department's
water supply was destroyed at an early
stage of the conflagration. The flames
spread with rapidity, leaping across two or
three streets and spreading in various
directions simultaneously. The arrival of
steamers from adjoining places alone check
ed the flames, which were stopped first at
A COLLECTOR IN FAVOR CF CZYIXi
SERVICE REFORM .
And He Won't be Bulldozed by tne Acting
BAT.TIMORT, Jnne "25. Col Wilkins
present collector of the port, positively re
fuses to resign at the request of the presi
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Scene 1, Act 1.
Spokesman to Patriot '"l have called to
see whether you will accept a position of
Patriot, who is not very familiar with
the exact import of the word "honor' hes
Spokesman '"We (the people) earnest
ly request you to accept.
Patriot (V lth dignity) "Ahem ! Well,
that is, ahem! I am eo taken by surprise
at this, ahem. token of your the peoples'
. gratitude, that I ahem, cannot decline
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no rightto refuse.
spokesman "Thanks, noble sire, the
gratitude of the 'ocopZe' will be your re
ward for the self sacrificing disposition you
have shown. Exeunt Bill aud his
1st speaker "Well."
2d ' "Well."
3d " "Well.''
And then they separated, sadly rami
nating on the uncertainties ot Moline poli
tics, and gently murmuring in tearful tones.
ben shall we three meet again
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STATE OF ILLINOIS.
County of Rock Island.
Of the May term, A. D. 18T7, ol tbe Circuit Court of
James F. Copp vs. Ceorge W. Copp.
' In pursuance of an order of the Court made In
said cause on the 17th day of May, A: D. 1S77. notice
is hereby given to all the creditora of the firm of
Copp Brothers, to produce and prove their claims
against said arm, to the undersigned, receiver in
said cause, by the 1st day of August. A. D. If. 77.
Lb VI M. UAVUSTICK,
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
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Correspondence solicited and orders promptl
filled. ROBERT Q. LCTtB.
FIELDfBROS., Agents. Rock Island.
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