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Rock Island, Illinois, "Wednesday, August 29, 1877. Established Oct 18, 1851 Railroad Time Table. ftaiCAQO.BOCI ISLAND & PACITIC E. L eOIHO Z AST TRAIKS LI ATS atft.ooa. m.; 4:30 p.m.; and 9:85p.m. Train H02S3 NAILS arrive from west as above. eoixs west trains lxavi At:40a.lm.; 10:10 a. m., and 6:00 p. m. arrive from the cast as above. Train HGSSE MIST ND FINISHED!!. WESTEPTOION 2AILE0AD. FOR RACINE St MILWAUKEE. IBAVB AKUITS SJPreManaMal' ft;5 :l)0 ax NK'ht Express ions r 5:50 m The nifht express leaving Kmk Inland every Suuday night at 10: 15 connects wilh the train arri ving in cnicago early Monday moniinir. No lav over checks (riven on througn tickets from Rock isiaua ro Chicago. Tnror.gh ticket only trod on thistiaiu. ST. LCTJIS ft SOCK ISLAND E. B. SOUTH TBAIUS LBAVB at 8:00 a. m. and 6:15 p. m. daily, ABRITS TBOM ST. LOUIS At 9:20 a. m. daily, and 9:15 p. m. S7ZSLIS3 TSAIH3 LIAVS at 4:39 p. m. auaivi mom stiblins At 10:40 a. m. . TEOBIA ft EOCslsLAND SAILWAY. SBOBTKST BOUTS TO 1M MAST AND SOUTH. Katern Ei. 5 50 a.m. Mail & Ex. p, ntf r'iin. i w p. m. western kx. o:rop. m. Way Freight 6 ;S0 a.m. Way Freight 5:25 p.m. ineo:uua. m, tram makes close connection at aiva with c B & O, for Aledo and Kctthshiirir. also at Peoria with PP4J, for Jacksonville. Spring em. bi iuin ana an points inum ana sontawcst, srrivlnir In St Louis at 7:00 p m. The 1:50 train makes clone connection at Galva with C B St O, K K, for the west; arrivius; alQoincy at 9:45 p m., also at Peoria wiih I B A W, and T f w., lor points east and southeast, SOCS ISLAND & MESCES CO . B. B. 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 12:45 p. m. Arriving at Rock Island at 8:30 a. m., and 3:00 p. m. gj HAM MERE DA vcrvsss 1 B 6 7 8 9 10 1'f n y i f B-pasja",,sWBsSiijfc fci v , ?PB The Ausable Nails sye Hammered Hot, ami the Finishing and Pointing are done Cold, thus Imitating the Process of flaking Naih ly Hand. Quality is fully Guaranteed. For sale by all leading Iron and hard ware Louses. ABRAHAM BUSSING, Sec'j, 35 Chambers St., New York. SPECIAL NOTICES. TAILORING. ZIMMER & STEGEMANN, No. 1,903 Second Ave N. side Union Sqnare, Merchant Tailor's ! 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. With them the science ot chemistry had its birth, and it Is, therefore, not at ail etrange that a people so eminently successful In the healing art, and so persevering and daring In character, should, by actual and nntiring experi ment, discover remedies far surpassing in efficacy an otnera, tor the cure of those diseases incident to them from their mode of life. The greater part of their time being spent in hazardous and bloody warfare with the different tribes, they were subject to th- most violent attacks of rheumatism, paralys is, neuralgic pains, and various inflammatory dis eases, as aiso me most noria wonnas, sprains Drui ses. tumprs. swellings, diseases of the joints, etc. All these diseases they were so surprisingly effi cient in curing, that the uninitiated looked with i powei magic. H G. FARRELL'S ARABIAN LINIMENT is a com position 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, hut even the wilrt Araos or tne aesert wee enabled to perioral sncn miraculous cures. Tne Arab steed is world-re nowned for bis beautiful symmetry of form, bis uniurpasBed tpced and agility, and the incredible fatigue it Is capable of enduring. Why is it? Be cause from the time of bis birth his limbs are care fully watched, and upon the first appearance of disease the magic lotion is applied, and such things as conurmed sweeny, poll-evil, fistula, ringnone. scratches, spavin, lameness, etc., etc., are unknown, The same result will follow in ail cases where H G.,Farrell's Genuine Arabian LitAment is nerd in time. Therefore delay not in procuring a good supply of it, for every dollar spent in it will save you twenty, and a great deal of suffering, if not your life. AVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE AND WELL assorted stock of H English and French. Cassimeres, Diagonals, Worsted Suitings, Beavers, Doeskins, etc., etc. 0y"A.l work guaranteed and prices reasonable. FINANCIAL SPECULATION In "Wall Street. 8500,000 has been made in a single investment $100. This of course is an extraordinary occur rence; but ordinarily $5 can realize say $25,000. Even sums as low as $1 can bo safely invented. when favorable result can show a profllof $5.0"0. Circulars giving full information sent free by ad dressing TAYLOR & CO, Bankers, No. 11 Wull St., N. Y. TELEGEAPEIC. Telegraphed to the Rock Island Argus. Terrible R. R. Accident near Desinoines. 50 PEOPLE REPORTED KILLED A Whole Train Goes Through the Bridge! Banmm's Show Car in the Buins-7 of the Occupants Killed. LI3T OF THE KILLED. List of Uniniared Passengers cii the Train. S25,S50,S1Q0,S200,S5QQ. Th reliable bouse of ALEX. FROTHINGHAM A CO., No. 12 Wall street. New York publish a handsome eiirht page weekly paper, culled the Weekly Financial Report, which they send free to sny address. In addition to a large number of edi torials on financial and other topics, it contains ery full and accurate reports of the sales and standing of every stock, bond and security dealt in at the Stock Kxchange. Messrs. Kbothinoham A Co., are extensive brokers of large experience and tried integrity. Iu addition to their stock broker age busiuesB, they sell what are termed "PrlviligeV or "Puts and Calls," now one of the favorite meth ods legitimate speculation. Their advice is vai naiile, and by following it many have made for unes. New Y'ork Metropolis. LOOK OUT FOR COUNTERFEITS t The public are cautioned against another coun terfeit, which has lately made its appearance.called W. B. Fanvll's Arabiau Liniment, the most danger ous of all the counterfeits, because bis having the name of Parivll, many will buy it in good faith, without the knowledge that a counterfeit exists, and tbey will perhaps only discover their error when the spurious mixture has wrought its evil ef fects. The genuine article is manufactured only by H. 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 vou iret it with the letters II. G. before Farrell's tuna -II. O. FAR HELL'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. I'jgTTrice 25 and 5o cents, and $1 per bottle. AGENTS WANTED in every town, village and hamlet in the United Statss, in which one is not al ready established. Address 11. G. Farrel I as anove, accompanied with good character, responsibility, etc. MANY WHO ARE SUFFE&ING Cement, Plaster, &c. Javf.s Ci.ark, President. F. D. JIeacham, Ass't Scc'y. from the effects of the warm weather anil arc 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 wbo adopt this ad vice frequently increase the number of "drinks'' and in time become confirmed inebriates. Abev erage which will not create thirst for intoxicating liqnors, and which is intended especially for the benefit of debilitated persons, whether at home or abroad, is Dr. Schenck's Sea Weed Tonic. Con taining the juices of man medicinal herbs, this preparation does not create an appetite for the in toxicating cjip. The nourishing and the life sup porting properties of many valuable natursl pro ductions contained in it and well known to mcdi cal men have a most strengthening influeme. A single bottle of the Tonic will demonstrate its val uable qualities. For debility arising from sickness over exertion or from any cause whatever, a wine glassful of Sea Weed Tonic taken after meals will AKrOn ana rOrilana UemeniSi wholesome food. Eo all who are about leaving their homeo, we desire to say tna: WESTERN CEMENT ASSO'ION, Manufacturers of Louisville and Utica CEMEjSTTS, And Dealers in MICHIGAN AND NEW YORK STUCCO. No. Market Street CHICAGO. E. O. Frazier and Port Byron Lime Association. the excellent ef fects of Dr. Schenck's seasonable remedies. Sea Weed Tonic, and Mandrake Tills, are particularly evident when lakeh 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. Si? . tiWW . I is 1 1 HCtaV in....1!,; i ifflaw-ST? .i!5 MATHEWS . 1 LIQUID STARCH GLOSS Gives a splendid gloss and finish to all starched goods, making them whiter and cleahkr than wax or anything else, and prevent the iron Irom sticking. Trial bottle free. Put up In 4-oz bottles, price 15c. Sold by Gro cers and Druggists. A. I. MATHEWS & CO.. 85 Murray St., N. Y. Desmoines, August 29. The details of the accident od the C It. I. & P. it. It, at cast branch of four mile creek, seven miles from this city, are beginning to ar rive. The number killed is estimated all the way from 10 to 50. All the trains but one Bleeping car went down with the stream. Barnum's show car went down among the rest. It is said that all of the 11 occupants of this car, but 1, were killed. It is impossible to get the full particulars yet, as the accident occurred several miles from a telegraph office. Arrangements will soon be made for telegraphic com munications direct from the scene of the accident. The following partial list of unhurt and slightly injured passengers has been re ceived from the wreck: Mrs. Lou Ilers berg and four children all safe: II. H. Joles, Keitbsburg; J L Joles, Whiteside Co., 111.; A LKatz, New York; Pr. J F Frankenfield, Philadelphia; O (J Ooburn, Clyde, N Y; Judge Dillon and daughter, Iowa; Herbert B.Turner, NY; H Hur selmann, Milwaukee: Mrs A F Wilkins and sou. Laramie, Wy; Mrs Ellen and 5 children and Mrs.Dr It M Stone and child, De?moines; J II Craigen and wife, Brook lyn. Ia; L Perkins, Minnesota; Carrie and Belle Adolph, Philadelphia; Mrs D D Osborne, Avoea, Iowa; Eva E Adams, Chicago; It M Cherrie, Chicago: Jennie A FroM, Council Bluffs; Mrs J L Graham, Desmoines; J M Adsley, Davenport, was slightly hurt; MrsE W Coon, Woodland, Cola., and David Morgan, New Sharon, Ia were slightly hurt; C C Uiluian, Eldora, Iowa, two ribs broken and otherwise slightly bruised. A special to the State Register, from the wreirk, says there,is sixteen killed so far as known; twelve bvKiies are out on tue banks as follows: LIST OF KILLED. Wm. Rakestran, engineer; J. K. Bolt and daughter, Boone, Ia.; Wm. Cum- mings. newsboy; Mrs. Emma Babcock, ehool teacher. Hock Island, ill. Seven ot larnum s men as louows: r. . iaKer, J. II. Bruse, A. Mack, tr. Rockwell, C. Thompson, J. Purcell; four dead bodies are still seen on the wreck but cannot be got out at present. Mrs, J. K. Bolt, whose husband and daughter are among the killed, is badly injured. Mr. Bolt was a prominent citizen and druggist at Boone, Iowa. Desmoines, la., Aug. l:y. lrtu acci dent was occasioned by the washing out of a bridge, and occurred about 4 o clock this morning. The Register has the following additional particulars: Wounded W. Y. Humes, DesMoines, slightly on head; A. J. Patrick, conductor, dangerously; Mrs. D. A. Stebbins, Panther Creek, la., bruised considerably; S. S. Ferguson, Andalusia, 111., slightly; J. L. Graham and wife, DesMoines, both slightly; L, S, Spencer, Lathrop, la., injured across breast and both legs; Janes Brownmg.bt. Louis, severely bruised, burned and knee cut; D. Campbell, wife and daughter. liskilwa. 111., all slightly bruised; M. Harrington, Whshington, la., slightly; Dennis Shannon, Iowa City, Jegs and breast severtly; Mrs. Mary Hoff, Nor walk,Ia.,in back of head;Mrs.M.C.Follett, Moline, 111., quite seriously. Ben Truck, the fireman, made a miracoulous escape. Des Motnes, Iowa, 1:55 p. m. One more body has been recovered quite an old'man.with the name of J. S. Ferguson in his'haf. In the car, not yet recovered, several more boaies can be seen. It is believed there are a dozen more bodies in it. The car on top ot tnis is now Demg lifted off with ropes and pulleys. The bodies to far recovered are now being loaded on the cars to be ssnt to Des Moines. It is thought several bodies have floated down the stream. The water in the chau nel was over twenty feet deep. The wounded and survivors are all at Altoona, and no names can be had at the wreck. the intent of the resolution was simply to avoid discussing the same question twice and the resolution was adopted. McCoy, of Clinton, offered a resolution favoring the adoption of a judicious license law. Under the rule the resolution was re ferred to the committee on resolutions without debate. The convention then ad journed until afternoon. Hun on the Saving's Banks of Chicago Tne Last Statement of the Insolvent Bank. Chicago. Aug. 29. There has been no demonstration at any of the banks this morning beyond a somewhat larger pro portion of depositors than usual, who are drawing out their accounts from the sav ings institution. Thero is a large crowd about the State Bank but the doort are closed and guarded by a small detatchment of police. The last report of the bank made July 1st, is as follows: Mortgage loans, on real estate, $1,507,013; loans on collaterals, $1,565,053; on U. S. bonds, $510,000; on South Park bonds, $20, 800; on county and school bonds, $10,500; cash and exchange, $285,429; banking house and deposit; vaults, $319. 332; safes and fixtures, $10,000: total resources, $4,415,327; due depositors, $3,774,875; capital stock, $500,000; sur plus fund, $125,000; undivided profits, $15,452; total liabilities, $4,415,327. This statement, compared with the one sent last night, shows that during July and August the liabilities were reduced $1,427,000 and resources $1,690,000. It is alleged that, since the July run began, about $900,000 has been paid out. The available assets have all been converted into cash and for the past few weeks vigorous efforts have been making to raise money to tide over tffairs. On Saturday President Spencer left lor Few York for the alleged purpose of raising $300,000 nothing has been heard from him since that time. Just before going, previous to the press of business Saturday, an assignment was drawn up to be used in case nothing was heard from Spencer by three o'clock yesterday. Promptly at the hour, the papers were turned over to Col. Abner Taylor who is now in iuu possession. The bank has under its more recent management made some reckless investments and lost heavily uy tuem ana ny tne decline m suburban real estate. 1 he naoers r,rint tha record of D. D. Spencer this morning, and make a oaa snowing lor that gentleman. It is estimated by some that the depositors will realize about 33 per cent., but on this point nothing definite can be learned until the assignees report. At 1:30 there has been no demonstra tion of any kind and there is now no prob ablily "ot any disturbance at the banks, I he l'idehty, which opened two hours earner than usual has been paying fifteen per cent, to ait depositors who present their nooks, but enforces the time rule as to the remainder of the amount deposited. Oae or tw banks are paying without re serve and the people who gather in the vicinity ui tne saviugs institution, even those about the State Bank, are especially orderly and good natured. The commercial banks report no unusual drain. Assignee laylor reports this morning a more favor able showing in the aflairs of the btate Bank. i gives as assets, loans secured by mortgages, $1,330.1S4; by collateral. $1,109,850; taxes advanced on loans. $4 242; Grundy county. Highland Park, South lark, and lort Dodge Coal Comtianv bonds, $195,500; real bonds, $195,500; real estate, $105,031; new buildiug. $121,625; deposits in vaults, $92,625; rurnnure ana nxtures. ss.4U: casn on hand at sundry banks, about $25,000: total assets, $3,050,947. Liabilities due saving denosits, $2,031,750; creditors deposits, $4,534; due savings and deposi tors of south branch, $47,677; bills payable oz,uou; total, $i.,0ib,0I7. 1 tie more sanguine claims that, at least, 80 per cent ol'deposits will, in time, be reraid. Inter views with leading bankingmen indicate that theyfear more for the ttiect outside the city where the failure was not anticipated, than here where it has long been looked for. Railroad Accident at Hudson, XT. T. One Man Killed and the Train Wracked. Hudson. N. Y August 29. A freight train on the Hudson River railroad, ran into the passenger train at the depot last night, killing the fireman, injuring the engineer and wrecking the engine and sev eral cars. Disastrous Fire in Ashland, Cass Co Springfield. Ill , Aug. 29. It is re ported here, to.day. that about inidnieht. ast night, a disastrous fire occurred m Ashland, some 20 miles northwest from here. 14 or 15 houses in the middle of the town, were destroyed. Particulars wanting. A $4000,000 Failure.. Rome. Aug. 29. Luigi de Luca, one of the largest merchants of Rome, has failed fur $400,000. Bankrupt absconded with $50,000. Weather Probabilities. Washington, Aug. 29. The Signal Service observations taken at 10 o'clock this forenoon indicate the following weather probabilities for this afternoon and lo-tiight: Indications for upper Mississippi and ower Missouri valleys, slight ly cooler, northwest backing to southerly winds, fatiouary or rising ' barometer, partly cloudy rr clear weather. MEDICAL. & Ft All aEWA-ED wil1 be paid for a bottle DtUU cf any other Extiact or Essence of Ginger if found to equal in fine flavor, purity, and prompt medicinal effect Sanford's Jamaica Ginger. Samples free at all Druggists and Grocers. SANFORD'S OILMOEB. IOWA DEMOCRATIC STATE TION. CONVXN- EAEING POWDEB LINDSEY'S BLOOD SEARCHER, Is the sreatet Blood nmedv or th . Tetter. Scrofula, l lent. Hot la. Pimples, anu ali Blood dfiteaaeft Tei to IU wontferTut powera. Tiir Wlrw-r1 in the uarBtw of henUb. Kemd ' " It cured mv ton or ooroToi. J. k. nrooKt, .. RuMMniii n. " It cured iut obi Id of Kit sloe-1 lu.". Mr:K.3mUxer. Larimer: Pa. Price R. R. SK1XEKS CO.. Prop's), PitUhtirsjh, Pa. The rouln hs our niune on bottom of wmppor. Sani'i J. Til den Mentioned for 1S80 With Cheers Officers and Committees Appointed. THE MOST PERFECTMADE. Camphoi'ine ! c$ONE THIRD IS SAVED Is the most effectual remedy sold, is a luxury to ua. elves the best satisfaction, eivee Instant relicl. mil tint, urease or etain the most delicate fabric. hati a Dleasant and ref reehine olor. It will imme- rfiati.lv relieve and enre Rheumatism. Chronic and Ar.nte: Nenraieia ana t,atarrn. neziiaeiiH auu Hwt-tu-d Face. Sore Throat. Soraina and Braises, Bud ions and Chilblains, Kroptiotm of the Skin, Pain in Cheat, Back or Limbs, Burns! and beams. For sale bv all Drnceist. AUTISTIC TAILORING EDWARD ELY & CO., 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 superior to the common adulterated kinds. Obtain the genuine. Ot nerve our Trade Marks as above, "Cream" Ikiking Powder, "Hand and Cornucopia." I5ny 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 STliEliE & PRICE, Chicago, JSU Louis and Cincinnati. Of Chicago, Ills., ARTISTIC TAILORS. ho ,h niniTPERT anil LARGEST Btock ' ' " . . a ,,'iv t a." j f PINK WOOUN8 in FALL, A."D weight for u.tr'iLitaiisr cversuown umw roof on this Continent. LADIES' HIDING HABITS and Servants' Livery made to meaaurc. 8IIIH.TS made to measure. Wedding Toilet a Specialty. FIVE PER CENT. DISCOUNT on all garmenta paid for within five days from receipt 01 goooa. eaf-Clcrpvmcn 10 per cent, discount. PltlCES LOW ! STANDARD THE HIGHEST. -tIpkS Tent DISCOUNT till Sept. 1st. WnKntih Avfinne cor. Monroe, Chicago ESTABLISHED 1S54 Marshalltown, Iowa, Aug. 29. Delegates to the democratic state conven tion were entertained here.this morning by a parade of fire department and musio by Bowen's boys brass band. At 11 o'clock he convention was called to order in the Woodbury Opera Ilouse by Ed. Campbell, Jr., chairman ot the state central com mittee, who introduced as temporary chairman Hon. J. C. Cook,ot Jasper. Mr, Cook made a stirring address which was heartily applauded. His declaration that Sam'l J. Tilden must be vindicated by re nomination in 1880 was received with great cheering. At the conclusion ot his ad dress the officers were selected and com mittees appointed as follows: Temporary officers Chairman, J. C. Cook ot Jasper: Secretaries VV. W. Garner, of Louisa, and E. D. Fenn, of Story; Reading clerk T. O. Walker of Davis. Committee on Credentials 1st distriet. O. H. P. Scott: 2nd. Henry Fink; 3d, L. J Uuulap; 4th, Martin Blmn; otn, 1j. 11, Boydson; 6th, S. Harnett; 7th, I. H. Mallory: 8th, C. W. Sherman: 0th, U. U. Donnell, Permanent organization W. W. ljar ner, J. U. uiuora. ,J. t. Wdies, aonn Clagett, S. H. Fairrall, T. O. Walker, L. J Whitman. I. A. btow. T.J. tiraves. Resolutions 1st. Ld. Campbell, Jr.; 2nd, Fred. Ilinea; 3d. L. L. Ainaworth; 4th, A, Vanmeter, 5th. H, A. Cook; 0th, E. H. Gibson; 7th, L. J. Gilpin; bin. D. M. Harris: 9th. E. T. Fcnne. Central Committee: 1st district, Edward Campbell, of Jefferson ;2nd. A. It, McCoy of Clinton: 3d. E. C. Mfidarv. ot Allauia' kee; 4th, A. P.Roberts, of Hardin; 5th,L G. Kmnie. of laurma- fUh J. L. Mcuor mick, of Marion; 7th, 8. F. Spofford, of Polkilsth, IN. C. lticlenuor.ol Page; Ota, l. S. Webb, ot Hoone. L. G. IVinne moved that all resolutions be referred to the committee on resolutions without debate. McKerr objected to this as an attempt to abridge freedom of speech, Kinne arose and explained that 1ST JEWS. London, Aug. 29. A Turkish detach ment from Widin is reported going towards the Servian frontier on the Timok. Gen. Grant will reeeive the freedom of the city of Edinburgh on Friday. London, Aug. 29 Advices from Rus sian headquarters at Gorney Studen, Aug. 28th, says all is quiet this morning. Our troops maintain their pofition; the Turks remain under cover behind neighboring heights, out oi range ot our batteries. The total number wounded from Aug. 21st to Aug, 27th is 2.450, including 95 officers, and a number killed unknown. very thing quiet in the direction of Plevna and Lofiiclia. A correspondent telegraphs that after severe lightning on Sunday the Turks refrained from renewing the attack on the Russian positions in Schipka pass. and up to this morning only an occasional trivial rifle tire between outposts has occurred. As a result of Sunday's fight ing the Turkish advance batteries some what menace the Russian flanks. The Tuiks are constructing fresh batteries in Tiuija valley. The Russians have been adequately reinforced, lhere is nothing in the present situation to alter the im pression. Gen. Radstzky holds his posi tion. Safvet Pasha has been appointed min ister of justice, succeeding Assim Pasha, who is nominated president of the senate. Tramps Killed While Stealing a Bide. Hausells Station, Aug. 29. Two tramps were killed and two badly injured by the ditching of a train on the Indian apolis. Cincinnati & Lafayette railroad yes terday. 1 hey were stealing a ride. Last Night's Telegrams. Salt Lake City, Utah. Aug. 28. Brigham Young is suffering from cholera morbus and inflammation of lue bowels. It s claimed by his family that his coudition a improved to da but those who should be best informed do not think that he will ive twenty-tour hours. Virginia City. Nev.. Aug. 28 The Indians reporteu by Lieutenant Schofield as having gone back under Joseph to fight Howard, were on a horse stealing expedi tion. They came within twenty-five miles of this place, in Madison Valley, on the night of the 25th. and drove off a herd of over 300 horses in the direction of Geyser Basin. City of Mexico. Aug. 28. A dreadful fire has occured in the Rosario mintf Seventy-four lives were lost and many per sons seriously injured. St. Louis, Mo., Aug. 28. A suecial to the times from Kirkwood. says: A train on the Missouri Pacific railroad, when at a road crossing near Laclede, about eight miles from St, Louis, this evening ran into a wagon containing W. Ricbey, wife and two children. Itiehev was killed instantlv. His wife died in a few minutes. One of the children was fatally injured, and the other had its thigh broken. I ... 4 it. . i niMSLKUii, ivug. ah eagine on he Cattle Shannon narrow gauge road jumped the track about four miles from this city this morning and fell over upon its side, instantly killing John Eccles, a uiiner, aud wounding two ether men, Louisville, Ky., Aug. 2S. A special correspondent of the Courier-Jounal at Danville, telegraphs the following: Walter Saunders, late sheriff of Lincoln county, and his brother-in law. Jack Ballard, were killed last evening at Richmond, Madison county, by George Edwards, town marshal, and a party of his friends. Memphis, Tenn., Aug. 28. For several years the revenue officers have had great trouble in trying to break up illicit distilling in Henry county, Tenn., and in numerous instances the revenue officers have betn confronted with armed bodies of mm and forced to leave. Various means have been resorttd to in order to put a stop to it. Last Saturday the better portion of the citizens there, alter consulting with the revenue collector and other officials, gave a grand barbecue at a point fifteen mihs north of Paris, and all the mountaineers were invited, and also United States is prepared from the true Jamaica Ginger, com bined with choice aromatic and genuine French Brandy, and ia vastly superior to every other Ex tract or Essence of Ginger before the public, all of whieh are prepared with alcohol by the old process. It instantly relieves Diseases of the Bowels, Cholera. Cholera Morbus, Cramps and Pains. Chronic Diarrhoea, Dysentery and Cliolera Jnfunsum, Diarrhoea in Teething, and all Sum- mer Complaints, Diseases of the Stomach, Dyspepsia. Flatulency, Sluggish Diges tiont Mant of Tone and Activity in the Stomach and Bowels, Oppres sion after Eating, Rising of Food, and Similar Ailments. Clulls and Fevers. Colds and Chills, Feverish Symptoms. Pains in the Bones, Catarrhal Symp toms, Rheumatic and Neuralgic Symptoms, Soreness and J a ins in the Muscles and Joints. MANUFACTUBEBS. I1C1FSI MANUFACTURERS OP POINTED, POLISHED AND FINISHED Horse Shoe Nails RECOMMENDED BY OVER 20,000 HORSE SHOERS Ail Nails are made ot the bet-t NORWAY IRON, and Warranted perfect and ready for driving. t?" Orders filled promptly and at the lowest rates by GLOBE NAIL COM'Y Elegantly flavored, purely medicinal, it should be in every family, on board every ship, and the con stint companion of every traveller. It ntte'ly eat- passes all the common hoieehold remedies in the cure of ailments of sudden and often fatal termina tion. Ask for Sanford's Jamaica Ginuir, -the only genuine preparation of Jamaica Ginger.Clioice Aroniatics and French Brand v. Sold by all Wholesale and Retail Druggists, Gro cere, and Dealer in Medicine. Price 50 cjnte. Dealers should purchase original packages of one dozen to obtain the trial bottles for free distribu tion. WEEKS & POTTER, General Agenta and Wholesale Druggists, Boston. Senator J Harris, Representative Atkins, Collector ratterson and Marshall aldron Senator Harris made a lengthy speech to the moonshiners, showing them th3 dis grace brought upon the state by their course and that vigorous measures would be enforced to put a top to their illicit work. Finally an agreement was made that all of them would come into Paris within two weeks, surrender their stills, etc., aud give ponds for their appersnce at the next term of the United States Cir cuit Court. Baltimore, Aug. 28. The Sixth regi ment, two companies of w'jich did the fatal shooting at the beginning of the strike here, has aisbanded. James Larey Williams wounded at Sixth regiment armory, on Friday evening, July 20, died this morning. This is the eleventh victim. The AT CBEEDMOB?. American aud Foreign Teams ticingr. Prao New York. Aug. 29. The American and Brit sh teams met at Creedmore yes terday in practice. The best shooting was done by Dudley Selph, of the Crescent city team, who made 212, in possible 225, but would have made 217 had he not shot on the wrong target, making the bulls-eye. It is believed he will be put upon the American team. Selph also made the bulls-eye at 1 ,000 yards range, in one off hand shot. The American team proper made a total 1,610, points in a possible 1, 800. The eight highest scores footed up a total of 1,040 points, while the highest eight of foreign marksmen only made 1,542 points. The Governors at the Philadelphia Exhl hition. Philadelphia, Aug. 29. The Visiting Governors' Reception committee and guests went to the exhibition grounds to day, where John S, Morton, president of the permanent exlnbuian company re ceived tbem in a speech. Axtree of New Mexico responded; after lunch the visitors were escorted through the buildings. 223 The Knight Templars at Clevo'aid.J Cleveland, Aug. 29- A large crowd is at the Fair Grounds witnessing the prize drill ot the Knicht Temolars. At present only six commanderies have drilled and the decision will not be known till to-night A number of Knights left for home to-day. Death ot x-Sicreta.ry Stantoa's Insane - Son. ,s Washington. Anir. 29. E.L. Stanton. I son of the late Sec'y Stanton, died this A.M. The St. Louis Times very wickedly re quests its Methodist brother Hayes to have the kindness to pack erring Brother Key down in ice, so that he may keep for the remainder of the season. He may be useful hereafter as an ' awful examnle for the orators of the Murnbv movement. New Ycrli Market. New Yobk, Aug S! FINANCIAL. Gold- 1 C4V Money 4. Governments Firm. J. 8. Bond nt 6-tO'e 1881 1.11 18ti6 C. w 1.08 " lSfiT 1.08 " 1868 l.iok U. S. 10.40's 1.11 New 5' .....1.0834. Currency 6"s 1.S3 COMMERCIAL. Wheat Dull aud lower; No 8 winter 1 33. Corn--V4c lower: quiet; 5355. Oata Dull ; 2937. Pork Dull: 1310. Lard- Steady; 8 65. Whifeky 1 15. BOSTON. : CHAS. KAESTNER & CO., Manufacturers 6f PORTABLE HILLS And General Mill Machinery, Also.Portable Mills for Ke- . Grinding Middlings, Brew ery, Malt House and Distil- 1... K . 1 . f.. ... T jhuis ior tjonee, pice ana Farm .use; Corn Sheller, COLLINS' VOLTAIC id Steam Engines. Horse Powers, etc. 3 South Canal Street, ! CHICAGO ILLS. bend for circular. LIND, HAGERTY &' lu. PLASTERS For Local Pains, Lamcncrs, Soreness, Weakness, Numbness and Inflammation of the Lungs, Liver, PRACTICAL Kidneys, Spleen, Bowels, Bladder, Heart and Muscles, are equal to an army of doctors, and acres of plants and shrubs. Even in Paralysis, Epilepsy, or Fits, and Nervous and Involuntary Muscular Action, this Plaster, by Rallying the Nervons Forces, has effected Cures when every other known remedy has failed. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. Price 25 Cents. Sent on receiptor price, ' cents for One, $1.25 Millwrights I for Six, or f 3 85 for Twelve to any part ot the Unt - ted Statas and Canadas, by WEEKS & POTTER, Proprietors, Boston. CHANGE OP PRICES AT Contractors & Builders V- Dauber's m$m i Of all descriptions of Old New Shoes 40 cents. Re-set 20 cents. None but Amtlnu wnrkmpn frmnlovpd. Horse-sboeiniT In li lt hmnr.hPB. Intcrfrlnir. Ouarter Cutters, and Nwif .14. in nd TTr.rf Cured car serial Attention eiven to shoeing Trotters. All work wtrranted. Horsemen and others invited in rail. SLod Third avenne, between 18th and 10th street. ROCK ISLAND. Stand. Machinery. Chicago Wheat Unsettled ; Sept; 93 Oct. Marliet. Chicago. Ang. 29. 10G31O5 Aug; 96HCK Corn Weak and easy; 42caah; 42Ji Oct. Oata Easier: 23H bid Sept. Rye Firmer; 54)4. Barley 67 !4 Sept. Lard-Steady; 8 23 cash; 8 3254 Sept. Whisky 1 0. LIVE STOCK. Hogs Receipts 7.000; quiet and strong; 5tCe higher; light bacon 5 25(&5 80; heavy 4 bOsa St. Louis Market. 8t. Lon. Aug. Wheat-Lower; No 3 red 120H121 cash; Sept; 108!4Oct. Corn Lower; 88 bid cash; 59 Oct. Oats S5X. Hye-SS. Whisky-1 (9. Pork Ktoady ; 12 73. Lard Eaeicr; summer 8 12 !4. LIVESTOCK. Hogs Receipt 1,200; active. 29. 1 08 Milwaukee Market. MVWABKBS. Aug. 29. Wheat Lower; 107 cash; 97 Sept; 86! Oct; Corn 42. Oata Firm; 83. Rye 64H. Barleyay;. . -, Show Cases. DrSV-ntaand Sner!flrtlnns for Flonrin? Mills Saw Mills, Distilleries and Gram Elevators trade out on short notice. Are prepared to take con tracts for building and machinery, and give pf rson al attention to a., he details of construction. Re pairs of all kinds .omptly attended to whether or dercd by mall or in person. At the old stand of H Brooks, (new No.,) 525 No 16 s. Washington street, PEORIA. ILL SHOW OASES. ALL STYLES. CHEAPEST PLAO E In the City. Send for Price List J. E. BEERY, Prop., 90 State Street, CHICAGO. ILLINOIS. Real Estate. E0BEET G. LTJTKE, (Successors to J, R. ZEIGLKS.) Manufacturers of METAL & WOOD ShUvV- CAStS! OF A LL DESCRIPTIONS. 21b Hamilton Street, - - PSOFIA,ILL Correspondence solicited and orders prompt tUiea. KOBKRT U. LUThJf. FIELD BROS., Agenta. Rock Island. ' ' ' L. CHBISUAH'S REAL ESTATE AND Loan Agency, HILLIER BLOCK, ROCK ISLAND, ILL. FOR. SALE. lOft Acre Farm. Ia McHenry Co. Ills. Good Ira I L U provements. , Price $4,700 m Q Acre Farm in McHenry Co., Ilia., 2ft I'd miles from Woodstock. Price (4,000 B ft Acre Farm In Story Co., Iowa. OU Pries 92,500 1 Rft Acre Farm, Franklin Co., Kansas. IUU Prloe$4,000 10f Acre Farm. Douglas Co., Kansas. IOU Price S3.500 1 7 K Acre Farm, gnmner Co- Kansas. II J t i-i Price $l,60O O fl Acre Farm, Ljon Co.. Kansas. OU Price fl,300 Aft Acre Farm, Douglas Co., Kansas. TU -V Price 61,000 Aflfi cre ann, Whiteside Co., Illinois, near fUll Sterling. Price 14.000 1071-0 Acre Farm, Rock bland Co ,111s. till I t Price $4,800 01 R Acre Farm, Callaway Co., Mo. Stock Farm viu Prioe $15,000 9. C Acre Farm, Atchlnson Co., Mo. Splendid I wQU eteckFaim. Frice 10.800 80 Michigan, adjoining ,ooo Acre Farm. Kent Co.. Berlin. Prioe $5, LANDS in all the Wistsrx 8tajxs will sell for Cash or part Cash, and time on the balance. - Hotraxs aud Lots in Rock Island and a nnmbej of other places for sale or exchange for lands. "3FCall and get prices and location of lands. Rock Island, IU., Aug. 28,1878.