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GEO. J. MACEY, (Successor to Daniel Barclay,) M4NLTACTCRKR Of D1FFEHKNT STY LBS OF- Metal and Wood . SHOW CASES! 41 State Street,.... tSPSend for Price Lists. ....CHICAGO. J. R. TORREY, Manufacturer of mm i 81 slouthbrldge Street, WORCKSTKR,. ..MASS. fThe reputation of our Strong lg too well es tablished to need comment. Our Razors are made under an Enelisb Patent, In foursiyles. Each Ra sor ntoi AKANTEEo to shave the most difflenlt beard with eae. They are finely finished, put up in a neat and elegant style, and, together with the Strops, hear our peculiar Trade Mark. Out of thin Trade Mark you can make: "Please try J. R. Torrcy' JRazor or Strop for Razors " No Excuse Now for Being Late TIUE3S MONEY." Accurate &. Reliable 30-HOUR CL0CKSF0R $2. 7nB "SAINT NICHOLAS CLOCK" i a detached lever escapement time oieoe. ol careful construction. yUALITi GUARANTEED. Novel, tasteful and attractive In style and in every respect au article of uperlor ex re fence. It will Ki n in ant Position, and will he or esHTlai value to the traveller. They are suitable fur the Library, the Family Room, the Pining Room, the Sleeplnir Room, the Shop, the Store, the Saloon, and the Cabin. Kent by mail, post-paid, on receipt of price. S. B. JEROME & Co., New Haven, Conn. RELIANCE WORKS MILWAUKEE ....WI? Foundrymen, MACHINISTS, Mill Builders & Furnisher Manufacturers of Superior Steam Engines, French Bun Millstones. Cast-iron Watsr& Gas Pipa.- SAW MILL M OliiC A SPECIATY. tPP"Everythli-g In our ".ine mariSandso'.d Ill i t rated Catalogue of -Michlrery, 1'i.l n.'itres.sartfre on aoulicaiion. THE CENTRAL TARK TEST. NEW YORK. May 35th. 1ST 6. "WAKEFIELD EAETH CLOSET CO., 34 Dey Street, X. Y. Gentlemen: liof your Wakrflrld Cloaeta have been In unc toil r year in Central Park. They have given tntire a'i'twlt'in. We have ceased nsing the Water Closets, which were rtmaminailng ti4 uulfr of our lukes. Respectfully, JCLIl'S ML'NCKWITZ, Supt. D.P. P. GRAND EXPOSITION HOTEL, PHILADELPHIA, May lis 1S76- GEMTLisfEx: The fifty CAIUNET CTiOSETW that you sent ns give general satisfaction to onr guest. W e will send you an order shortly for as many more. M. RILEY, Manager. For further Testimonials aud Descriptive Circu lars scud to WAKEFIELD EARTH CLOSET CO., 31 Dey Street, N. V. Or Aicnrr, SIOO Walnut Street, Philadelphia. Chancery Notice. STATE OF ILLINOIS, l County or Kim k Inland ( ' In the Circuit Court at the September term, A. D. 1H7U In Chancery. Annie E. Turner, vs. Abraham G. Turner. Divorce To the abuve named defendant Abraham G. Tur tier. You will take notice that tli above named com plaliiant, Annie E Turner, has this day tiled in said court her 1)11 . ol romplalnt acatnst you tor divorce that said cause Is now pending in said court, that a summons iu chancery has been issued in this suit aguluat you, returnable on the first day of the next term of said court, to be begun and holden at the negun of It Court House lu the rounty. on the first 1H7H. at which time a city Hock Island, ln said Monday of September, A. D. nd place you will appear. Dated at Rock Island, 111 A. D. 1H7. , tin. xntn uay ol July, GEORGE D. GOULD, Clerk of said Conrt. Sweeney & Jackson, Compl'ts Sollc'rs. 25dtd NEW LEGACY J3est Stove Made 10,000 SOLD. r"AH give entire satisfaction. T A tttti nnw r MVillUnoUgstreat, BOOK ISLAND. I RAZORS m y v SlLTZS PLATZD WAEE. Silver Plated Ware. Manufactured by the MERIDEN BRITANIA CO 550 BROADWAY, N. Y. FIRST PREMIUM AWARDED BY THE AMERI CAN INSTITUTE, N. Y. EXTRACT FROM JUD6ES BEPOBT. we consider the goods made by this Company to oe lar me Dent made In this country, and we be lieve, in the world. They are faultless In construc lon and finish. Awarded a silver medal. REED & BARTON, Manufacturers of Fine Plated Table Ware, The product of their work embraces every variety of Table Ware, such as Tea and Pinner Seta, Epergnes, Candelabras, Spoons, Forks, fcc. In every article they manufacture, of whichever class, they maintain the same high standard In design quality and finish, of which their ware has been so long so Justly celebrated. Their goods can be pur chased of most dealers in Silver and Silver Plated Ware; also at their Salesrooms. TAUNTON, Mass., &No.2 Maiden Lane.N. Y. , MIL, MILLER & CO. Broadway and Bond Streets,. NEWT YORK. A General Assortment of Nickel German SILVER. ALSO THE SAME PLATED WITH PURE SILVER ! Tea Sets, Cake and Fruit B iskets. Butter Dishes and Stands, Spoon Holders, Castors Tea Travs, Ice and Water Pitchers and Coolers, Cups, Goblets, Castors, Wine and Pickle Stamls, (with Fine Cut Bottles.) HOTEL, SETS! Of the most substantial kind, great variety of Also a FANCY ARTICLES! AS WELL AS USEFUL, i. PRBSE1VTS. All of which can be found at as above, and at all retail Jewelry Stores throughout the country. Factories: WALUNGFORD. CONN. WILCOX HLVll PLATE COMFY. Show Rooms, 21 Maiden Lane, N. Y. Factories, West Meriden, Conn. Manufacturers of Plated Tea SetS PORCELAIN LINED Ice Pitchers, Castors,! WAITERS, Coffee and Ice Water Urns, EPERGNES, FRUIT STANDS, CAKE BASKETS, BERRY DISHES, JSuoooa Ac Fork, Pearl, Ivory and Steel Handled KNIVES. &C, &C, &C. tyThee Goods can Dealer in Plated Ware, be found at all First Class In purchasing call lor JfVWILLOX'8 QUADRUPLE PLATE. Ocean Mail Steamers. Twenty First-Class, and up to 4.500 tons burthen Between Liverpool, Glasgow and Quebec L'ortland an Baltimore. Carrying I'ussencers. all classes, between principal nuinta in Europe and America at lowest rates. Cabin and Saloan Accommoda. TTONS UNEXCELLED. Shortest Sea Route, Superior Shins-Eoerienced Officer8.Di8DUned Crews Safety toe Governing Rule. Three weeklv sallinza eaoh wav. Emigrant and Steerage Passengers offered special inducements and very best accommodations through to all points. Our agents all over the West can give the same favorable terms as ourselves. UAJT ft CO., Oan'l Affrats. Koa, ISA 74 LftStlla 8U, Chicago 111, mm BRIDAL I nnTTTiflv MISCELLANEOUS.- HAIR DYE. BATCH ELOR'S CELEBRATED HAIR DTE. best in the world. The inventor has used this splended Hair Dve for 87 years with benefit to the hair, and no In jury to his health; proof that it la the only trne and perfeet Dye, Harmless, reliable, instantaneous. No disappointment; no ridiculous tints; remedies the ill eBects of bad dyes; leaves the hair soft and beautiful Black or Brown Sold and properly applied ac BATCH LOR'S Wig Fac tory, No. 16 Bond street, N, Y, Sold by all drug gists. MOSQUITO BITES, VEGETABLE POISONS. Ring-Worm, Barns, Chilblains. Itching of the Head and all Emotions of the Skin. Face or Body imme diately cured by Batchelor's Curative Oiutment. Sold wholesale and retail at Factory, No. 16 Bond street, and by all druggists. W. I BATCHELOR'S ALASKA SEAL OIL for the Hair. The Best Hair O'liin use BEAUTIFUL TEETH ! WHITE AS PEARLS! Sound, nealthy Gums, Breath Flagrant as the Rose secured by using W. A. Batchelsr's Dentifrice. Sold wholesale and retail at f actory, no. 10 oona street, N. Y. and by all druggists. V. A, BATCHELNR'S NEW OETIOUE Black or Er wn for tinting the Hair Whiskers or Mustachois without greasing them. Sold wholesale and retail at factory, 10 Bond St., New York, and by all druggists. Ask for them. I. B. GBIM, S. A. GRIM GRIM BROTHERS, Dealers In and Manufacturers of Excelsior Lubricating Oils 1 These Oils are made under a new process by super-heated steam We guarantee the ' '.owine Qualities for these Oils: It will not gum, rust or corrode. It is more durable man any on in use. it is not a mixed oil, but perfectly Pure and Clean. It is free from acids, chemicals or grit. It will not chill more than any good oil. It is always uniform in quality, it will keep cool any journal under Its fastest time and the heaviest pressure. It cannot be evaporated and destroyed except by acinal wear. It costs LESS than sny other oil lu use. Nov what we claim is, it is cheaper, better, safer and health ier than any other oil In use. To prove the above, all that we ask is that yon trv the oil. Oflica and warehouse, 23ti Penn Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. Agents wanted. DR. BEALE'S. GrERMAN "i will effectually! or weight in cureauaiscases , T .A. stomach, swim arising from a mmg at the bead disordered liver and stomach uurneu, ur uiiu cult breathing such as consti-l fluttering at the heart, choking or suffocating latation. flaw lence. inward piles, fullness ofl sensations when the Mood to the n a lying ios head, acidity of tare, dimness of vision, &c. The the stomach nausea, heart burn.disgustfoi Tea Is prepared i.nd sold at it1 t A f i 1 1 iMikl So. 602 South Second Stree,.Fhiladelihia, and can be purchased of druggists. Price 25 cents per package, For sale by Etuil Kroner, Rock Island. FLAGS, 1776. FLAGS, 1876. WM. ARMSTRONG, Manufacturer of AOS Buriress. Pendants. Streamers, etc.. of Bunting, Silk or any oi her material desired. Special discount to the trade. Send for priee list. Also manufac turer of AWNINGS. Sails. Tents and all kinds of Canvass goods. 882 South Water Street. CHICACO. TnE STA1TTASD LOTTA BUSTLE. in its support of superincumbent weight, closing up on sitting against a chairhack, aud its varieties covering every demand. Have caused diplomas to oe awarded it each year by American Institute and sales greater than all others combined. Beware of lnfringmeuta. The Lotta Skirt Elevator. SELF ADJUSTING! NO FIXING REQIIRED1 Attached to any dress in a few seconds without rings ami tedious and perplexing arrangemenm it is simplicity itself, and perfection in its working It works far better aul quicker than any other in raising to he a walking skirt, or in falliLg t i the trail form, and does not reauire a trenius to under stand it. A. W. THOMAS, ill White street. New Y'ork: Mil Race street, Philadelphia. ORIMAULT &z CO. Will cure, almost instantly, tlic most violent SICK OR NERVOUS HEADACHE L NEURALGIA. Price per box of 12 powders, One Dollar. GRIMATTLT As CO.'S Indian Cigarettes (of Cannabis Indica) are a sovereign remedy for Asthma. Price 75 vents a box. The above sent free by mail on receipt of the price Dy E. F0UGERA & CO. 30 North William St. New York. THE GREAT COMBINATION BROKEN THE MONOPOLY OVERCOME. We are the first to offer first-class Sewing Ma chines at prices within the reach of all. Twenty-Five Dollars ! WILL BUY A SUPERIOR FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. The above cut represents onr No. S M. and U. Family Sewing Machine, which is tne time s onr No. 1. with the exception of the cover, which it has not. These Machine are eqnal in every respect to other make that have been sold heretolore for 1 60. and have no superiors for family use at any price They will do the whole ranee of family sewi g with more rapidity, more case of management and less fatigue to the operator than any other now in nee. They are the niot complete aud satislactory Machine- in the market. The following outttt Is fur nished with each: Hemmer, ba-ter, Guaire, Braided, Binder, tiuilter. Oil Can. Screw Driver, Two Sp-ola of Cottou, Three Needle and Instruction Book, and will sell them at the unprecedented low price of Twcnty-flve Dollar. Thl may seem strange, but everybody ought to know that we can afford to do It beeanse we do not employ an army of canvaa aors. middle men ana persuader, bu? eil for cash only, direct to the people, and content ourselves wii h a reaonable profit. Do not buy without being fully posted, and do not let anybody humoug you into buying at the exorbitant pric- of f 60 or $75, when yon can get the beat for $25, but send for oar descriptive circular and sample of sewing. Adares McLean & Benor Machine Co., 833 N. Eighth 8 PHILADELPHIA. Agent wanted Tarrwiww. BOCK XSX.AKD, ILLINOIS. Republican Denunciations of Bristow and Wilsor. The Chicago Post and Mail, a Republi can paper, says unstow, Wilson, frail, Jewell and all that sort of people were justly required to "git up and git." It says: ' Both Bristow aud Wilson will soon pass from public notice forever. In the name of reform they have been guiltv of revolting practices traded with criminals and sold out justice for power. They have failed, and it is well thev did. Grant's record and deeds will shine bright er as the years roll on. He has been as sailed and betrayed as no man ever was before, but be will outlive it all, while his traducers and enemies among the mean est of whom are the ex-secretary and the oliciter are forgotten, or only remem bered to be dispised." The Post and Mail must have a nice administration teat in its mouth, to talk as it does. The Revenue Robbed for the Benefit of the Republican Party. From the Iowa City Press. We publish to dav in full a letter to the N. Y. Graphic, in defense of Grant's kick ing of Bristow out of his cabinet. Let all honest Republicans note therein the con fession that the Republican campaign fund of 1872 was Jraised off the whiskey mills upon promise that they should be permitt ed to take a like amount out of the Feder al treasury, by not paying tax on their whisky; that is to gv tlie Rerniblican cam- IHiianfund of 1872 was stolen from the federal treasnm. with the knowledge of Grant s friends aod familiars. The Graphic article is intended to poi son the public mind against Bristow, but it proves that Grant has dismissed Bris tow and the other honest men in the rev enue service, and for what? Can any lion est man doubt it is to enable the Republi can party to again raise its c imnaiqn fund to elect Jtnyes. out oj the whisky distillers. by another robbery of the treasury. it is time xur, naves was neara in rep- uda:ion of this effort to elect him by rob bing the treasury. Why does he not speak? There has been a good deal of curiosity expressed regarding Gen. Sheridan's failure to take the field against the Sioux, and not a little unfavorable comment upon tne fact, as he is in command of the military divisiia which embraces the field of hostilities. Gen. Sherman makes an excuse for him that ho is better able to direct hostilities from Chicago, which has extensive telegraphic facilities, than if he was isolated in the Sioux country; but as there is no telegraphic wire which reaches within a long distance of the region where the fighting is going on, this will hardly be accepted as a satisfactory reason. Probably the real explanation of Sheridan's choice of position for his headquarters is that though Chicago may not be so near to the hostile Indians as the Little Big Horn river, it is a great deal nearer to Louisiana ; and that it is thought to be of more importance to the administration to subjugate the banditti of to subdue the savages helpless settlers upon should be understood. that state than who threaten the our borders. It however, that by the Louisana banditti are meant, not the men who for years have been engaged in robbing the people of that state, but the property holders who have been plundered by them, and who contumaciously refuse to vote for the thieves who have been kept in power by Grant's illegal use of federal bayonets after they had been fairly defeat ed at the polls. V. Y. Sun. For Book Binding orRulinir, go to The Argus Biuderv. No better work can be done in this vicinity. Prices reason able. W ork done quick, Leave orders at The Argus Couuting Itooui, opposite the the Post Uthce. JOHN ROOT'S $100 REWARD I will pay one hundred dollars to any person who will make proof that John Root's Bitter fail to im prove the condition of such person if suflering from the effects of either of the following diseases, viz: Fever and Ague, Dumb Ague, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Liver or Kid ney Complaint, Loss of Appetite Headache, Billious Attacks, Drain, Scarlet, Typhoid, Remittent or In termittent Fevers, when taken ac cording to the directions accom panying each bottle of the same. I do not claim that these Bitters possess any u perhuman virtue, but what I do claim, is that when relief can be had in the cases specified, or in fact any case which arises from an impure state of the Blood, or deranged condition of the Stomach, Livet or Kilnevs, the use of these Bitters will iusnre such relief, and it Is upon this frank and fair condition that I offer this reward in candor and good faith. JOHN ROOTS. Manufacturer. No. 892 Seneca Street. Buffalo, N.Y,; VAN SCHAACK. STEVEN SON & REID, Agents for John itoofs Bitters, B4 Lake Street. Chicago. For sale by all Druggists in Rock Island and vi cinity MANUFACTURES. PATENT STEAM MORE THAN IN USE. factory, Causeway St.. - Beaton, feet Wabebooms-79 Liberty St. NewYork 515217 La-e Street, On icaeo GUARANTEED TO DO SB WORK FOB WHICH SATISFACTORILY THEY A-REiOD py hps .1 r m iTniiir'i i ITWADVEBTlSfiMEHTS f AGENTS WANTED FOR THE GREAT UIITEUIIIAL HISTORY It sella faster than any other book ever published. One agent sold 61 copies in 1 day. Send for our ex-1 ira terms to Agents. nuuui t uuusnine co., Chicago, Ills., St. Louis. Mo., or Columbus, O. Ain a day at home. Agents w anted. Outfit and S)L terms free, TRUE x CO., Augusta, Me. A mak op noted health was asked how it was I he seemed to be always well. "I am not particular I In my meals; I eat what I like; and whenever 1 feel under the weather, I resort to my Tarrant's Seltzer Aperient. uiwu i i"vn iu uuiim,. ire ..., uu economical as well. He does not resort to violent meant for relief. He uses Nature's remedy, ln the shape of this aperient. Sold by all Druggists. S77 gueta. Me PER WEEK Guaranteed to Agente. Maie and Female, in their own lo cality. Terms and OUTFIT FREE. Addre4s P. O. YICKERY& CO., Au- $5 $20 w per nay at home. Samples rorth ?1 free. Stinson & Co. rot liana, Maine MIND READING. PSYCHOMANCY. FASCINA- IVI tion, Sonl Chs.rminar, Mesmerism and Marriage Guide, showing how either st-s may fascinate and gain the love and affection of any person they cnoose msiawiv. wo pages, uv mall bo cents. HUNT & CO.. 130 'S. 7th St., Philadelphia. I ANTED. ANY PERSON CAN MAKE 500 ff ar montn selling our letter-convlne book. Anv one that has a letter to write will buy it. No press or water used. Send stamp for circular. EXCEL SIOR CO., 17 Tribune Building. Chicago, 111. WESTERN LANDS HOMESTEADS. If yon want reliab'e information, where and how to get a cheap FARM, or government Homestead. free, send your address 10 S. J. GILMORE, I.and i 'ommissioner. Lawrence, Kansas, ana receive gra tis a copy of The Kansas Pacific Homestead. 65 FANCY CARDS, with name, 25 cte. 25 for 10 cts. A. Traveb & Co., North Chatham, N.Y, PRUSSING'S Celebrated for its Pnrltv. Strength and Flarrr. ANHrranted to Keep Pickles. We (Inarantrr I to be ntirely free from Nwp?irie.i4ciiorotherdeleteri. ons substance, with which Mom Tineaar is adulterated. Fpr sale by all Grocers. Largest Vinegar Works In the v orio. fjiao. ims. js. u riiL bSING & CO., Chicago. YOUNG MEN ly Telegrapt y. Railroad and Ex press business. Sanations guaranteed. Recom mended hv supt. . L. Teleeraph Co. as the only Telegraph Institute, Jaticsville, Wis. THE NEW YORK MILITARY AGENCY procures Pensions for Officers and soldiers wounded injured or ruptured, however slightly; obtains an increase of old rates; collects arrears of pay and bounty, etc. No charge unless successful. Letters promptly answered by addressing ,T. II. SCIIOLL, Attorney at Law, 51 Chambers Street, New York City, care P. O. Box, 2,534. 25 Extra Fine Mixed Cards, with name, 10 cts.. post paid. U Jones k Co , Nassau, N. i. DO YOUR OWN PRINTING! PEINTINe PEESS. For I'rolVakioiial and Ainnteut rriBicru, !-ni, mm trliri, Jinn. uf:ii-lurers ,rt-liaiit, un1 r-rhfrii tti the BEST vt;r invent-!. l-.000 in iikc. teiH!?11 strips. Prices from S5.C0 to $150.00 ;:MbtNJ. U. WUUDS & CO. Maimfrsand it tftiim mtmm cleft in mi kinds t,i Pnntini M a'-arinl bciiti Mcunpiur CuUlegue. ) 49 i'ederai fcit. Boston Dear Old "Yankee Doodle." II r 1 A I . m m . it s:ngs in ine nearts or the peopiel Our boys have whistled it. Our oirl have Kann and nlawert it our sturdy men have marched to it, and now we have i m picture granu ana masterly production ot art, by A. M. Willard. The Orifilnal adorns Mfmnrial Hall, at Philadebhla. and is dailv admired hvthnnc. ands. The copy is a fine chromo, and should adorn the walls of every American home. If not found with your picture dealer, send your cr .....,, K,ut Cleveland, 0. PRJSlTB'' mail' 3 00? mounted ready for tram- STEEL PENS. HARRISON, BRADFORD & CO., Steel Pens. 505 Nos. !20, 28, 75 1, and 2, embracing every style and finish. 254 Broadway. New York. EITTEES. A Uemedj without a Uival Cundurango Bitters. VEGETABLE SUBSTITUTE FOR CALOMEL. Contains no alcohol, an excellent purgative or ine DoweiB, reuuving no curing an compla ts of the Liver, Blood, Kidueys. and Stomnch. Read the following testimonial f rom a promiueut New York editor: Office of Geo. H. Sweet's "Texas New Yorker, No. 28. 30 and 32 Centre Street. New York City Sept. 8, 1874. Messrs. J & C. Magnire, St. Louis: Gents Y'ours of the Slst u!t., with case of one dozen Cund urango Liver aud Blood Bitter came duly to hand, l on win piease accept my mauks for your cener eroslty. 1 will try to put the medicine "where it will do the most good." I have given one bottle to a friend of mine who reside iu Brooklyn, both himself and wife have taken it, and their testimony is the same as mine. I first met with it in Houston. Texas, afterwards returned to my home in Austin, wnere l nave tne iexa branch omce of my paper. My Houston bottle was used up, and I found on trial that 1 could not obtain a single bottle in Austin, for I went to every drugidst In the place aud there are some five, but each house told me they intended to order lt,on the strength of my rec- ...!..;..., I.- . . , ; . .. r , . , - UlUlut uuBviuu, j. i ,,iruilii LU X WHS in Galvestou, aud bought a bottle of Robirds, an old friend and a food house. I had no idea then that I could not obtain it in New York; but after my Galveston bottle was used up. 1 started to find morejund was much surprised to dud none aftervlait iug f ully a dozen different establishment. 1 gave np ine seareu uerc buu wrote w you, ow gent 0O good a medicine a yours is ought to be placed at tne command oi tne whole world. It will not only prove a great fortune to yourselves, but a lasting blessing to the whole human faniiy. As a remedy in my own case I have never met with its eqnal. It squeezes my liver better than Calomel, of which I have taken not a little. I am a hard worker and constant thinker, and consequently for the last ten to twelve years my body has found it -ifficult to keep up witu my oram. mere ae millions oi American people jnst like myself, and they need some simple herb medicine to keep them from sinking Into dy peptic grave, until they can apply, brake and cut off a part of the eteam and see wuere they are. Yon have the medicine and you have a great fortune In it if you will but let the world know it. In my search after your Cundurango in this market I found a preparation of Cundurango sold at $3 per bottle but no more like your than ia a black man .Ike a white. Of course I did not buy it. This let ter is only writte to thaukl you and to give yon my experience win cunduiango "Wishing yon the success jon deaervetham, Varr&aspactfo Jt Ac bo..EL Bwu BAXL30AD3. Peoria & Rock Island RAILWAY. SHORTEST ROUTE TO TUB EAST AND SOUTH! Trains leave Rork Talanrl. 8:00 a. m. South Eastern Express. 1 :45 p, m., Mail and CincinnatLExpresa. 6:50 a. m.. Way Freight. 5:00 p. m , Through Freight. Trains arrive at Rock Ixland. 1:10 p. m.. Mail aud Cineinnati Exnress. B:00 p. m., Western Express. 3:25 p. m., Way Freight. :uu a. m., l hrough Freight. The6.'i0 a. m. train makes close connection with the C. B. & Q at Galva, arriving at Galesburg9:35; a. m. jHonmoutn iu.4i ; a. in. liUBUneil iu:so:a, m. Burlington 12:10 ;a. m. Quincv 1:40 p. m. Arrives in Peoria at 10:10 a. m.. making close connection witu r. P. & J. for Jacksonville. Snrinirfield. St. I lmiM.and all ikoints Smith ,nil Knuthaw. o.i4 j. I lng ln B- ouis at iuu p m., connectinc with all trains lor tne Mmtn ana West. l his train also connects with T r W morning train for Indian apolis, Cincinnati, Louisville aud all poiuts cast via tne LAFAYETTE ItOLTE. Tnel:45p in , train makes closi connection at (Jalva with C. B. & ti , arriving at Gaksbuig4:45: p. m. aionmoum o:-t; p. m. ini-iinen u:i4; p.m. Burlineton 7:00 p m.: Oniucy9:ls p.m.: and ar. rives in Peoria at :3U p. m. : making close connec-1 tion with 1. B & W., T P & W., and T W & W , for all Eastern points, connecting at Indianapolis with an last trains, ana tor L.misvine ana tne south. tSTFAST TIME. SURE CONNECTIONS, and rates as low as Dy any other mine. J. V. MAHOSEY, Gen'l Ticket AcH. Rock I-land. J. It. MILLIARD, Receiver, Peoria, Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul RAILWAY. THE GREAT THROUGH LINE Chicago-Northwest, W1S00HSIH. NOETEESN IOWA, Minnesota, Dakota, Manitoba, Passing through a Finer Country, with Grander Scenery, and connecting more Business l enters aud rlearure Kesorts than any other Northwestern Llue. Connecting in Chicago with all Eastern and Southern Dues. Chicago Depot: Cor. Canal and W. Madison St, Horse Cars and Stage Lines for all parts of the Citv cousiauiiy pat-siutr. chicaoo t 'itt ufpick: 01 end 63 Clark St. Milwaukee Depot: Cor. Reed aud South Water Sts. Horse Cars and Omnibus Lines running regu larly imreironi to me principal parrs ol tne city. city ticket office: 400 liast Water St.. corner n isconsiu Btreet. iConnecting at St. Paul and Minneapolis with tne several lines centering at those points. THE ONLY THROUGH LINE BETWEEN CHICAGO. Milwaukee, St. Paul and Minseapolis, TRAVERSING The Valley of the Upper Mississippi Blver, And along the Shore of Lake Pepin. PALACE CARS AN 0 DAY COACHES, With all t'-e best modern improvements for safetv and comfort, w ith Steel Rail Track, heavy Gravel -anasi ana irec irom aust A. V. H. CARPENTER, General Pas. and Ticket Air'L S. S. MERRILL, JNO. C. GAULT. Gen'l Manager. Asw't Genl Manager Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railroad. THE OLDEST, MOST PERFECTLY EQUIPPED AND BEST MANAGED LINE. Connecting the Great Lakes & Missouri River. Makes close connections with all diverinn tr Rail road and Steamboat Lines at Chicago, Joliet, Ot- tumwa. La Salle, Peoria, and Rock Island, Illinois. Davenport, V est Liberty, Iowa City, Grenell. Des moines and Council Bluffs, Iowa, Omaha. Neb. Muscatine. Columbus Junction, Washington. Fair- Held. Floris and Belknap. Iowa: Trenton. Cameron and Beverly. Missouri ; Atchison and Leavenworth, cansas. Passenger Trains leave Rock Island : GOINO EAST. GOING WEST. I Day Express 8:20 A. si. 6:30 a.m. Bureau Accommouatlon 4.15 p. m. 9:55 A. M Night Express 10.00 p. M 6.20 p. si. ELEGANT Palace lay and Sleeping Coaches Are run on all Through Trains. For Tickets anplv to Gi.o.M.Looslev Ticket AirenL New Pafsenger Depot. tortreignt Kates. Through Bills Lading. Con- iraci", or any general lniormation, cull on J.. liauley, :Freisht Asent. at New -Freight Office. foot of Adams, near Illinois street. A.M. SMITH, HUGH RIDDLF.. Gen. Pass. Ag't Chicago. V. Pres't and Gen. Supt. Chicago. A. KIMBALL. .1. A. HANLE . Ass't len. Sunt. Freight aud Coutractinu Act. liooslbt, lKKet Agent. STEEL RAIL 1 DOUBLE TRACE ! Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. : The great Short Line from Cincinnati or Columbus EAST! Saving 87 to 110 Miles, and arriving Ote Train in Aavauce at NEW YORK. Saving 59 Miles, and arriving 5 to 7 Hours in Advance at BALTIMORE. Saving 125 Miles and arriving 5 to 1 hour ln Advance at WASHINGTON. Reaching PHILADELPHIA One Train the Quickest. Magnificent Day Coaches AND tSpPtdlman Palace Drawing room and bleeping Lars Are run on this route between St. Louis. Cincin nati, coluniuis, Baltimore, ashington City and fniiaaeipnia. WITHOUT HTT ATSmTT! t Crowing the Ohio River on Splendid Iron Railway Bridges AT PARKERS BURG OR BELLA! RE. this line you avoid all Omnibus Transfers Tickets for sale at all Ticket Offices In the South ana west. L. M. COLE, TH09. R. SHARP. Gen'l Ticket Ag't, Master TransDot'n. Baltimore Md. Baltimore Md SIDNEY B. JONES Gen'l Pass. Ar't.Cincinnati.t THE MOST POPULAR IN IOWA. IS THE BurlingtdB, Cedar Rapids & liiortarra t?aihvav. n PASSENGER TRAINS 2 EACH WAY DAILY, (SUNDAS EXCEPTED.) Going North 11 :15 a m ; 10:38 p. ia. Going South 7:30 a. m.; 8:28 p.m. Palace Sleeping cars, owned and operated by this line, accompany an uigni trains. CONNECTIONS ARE AS FOLLOWS: At Burlington with Toicdo, Peoria & Warsaw R'y I i ) : . , i : ,: t .. r . . . 1 . . . . I tur rcuni, luuiaiiapuus, uiiaveiie ana uinciunau, with Chicago. Bnrlini'ton & Onincv H U . for hl cago. Keokuk. Quinc and St Louis" West to Ottum wa aud a'l point- in kxnsae aud Nebraska, and with Burlington & southwestern K y, for Farmington, nioomncia ana an points in Miswuri a- a Kansas. At Columbus Junction, with Chicasu A booth western Railroad for Washington and Leavenworth, At Nichols, with Muscatine Division B. C, li .& M for Muscxtine. At West Liberty, with Chicago, Rock Island A Pacific Railroad, for Iowa City. Dcsmoine, and Davenport. At Cedar Rapid, with Milwaukee Division of B, C R & M for Independence. West Union, Postville. ana McGregor; with Chicago & Northwestern Rail way, tor vmaha. council Blunt ana ticago, and with Dubuuue & Southwestern H v for Dubuque. At Waterloo and Cedar Falls, wui Illinois Cen tral Railroad for Independence, Dubuque, Fort Dodee and Sioux Citv At Shell Rock with Stage for Waverly. At Nora Junction, wUh Milwaukee A St Paul Railway, for Mason City and Charles City. At Plymouth with Milwaukee &, St. Paul Railway for all points in Minnesota. A st Paul, for all points on Northern Pacific Railway, the great Lake Superior region, aud all points North and Northwest. T E. Y WINSIX1W, Gen'l Manager. C.J!rVE84Gn'lPase.ATicketAreni, "1"Mer rHomCtuH,. UrEapids.Iowa, NORTH ID uDDTH LINE EAILEOADS. iiA.S5T TIME VIA THE PEORIA & ROCK ISLAND AND 3 Tlirongh Traius as follows: NewYork Cincinnati Atlantic Express. July 83, 1876. Special. Express. Lv Rock Island.. 1 1 Galva j: Peoiia ;j Chicago ! Sheldon Lafayette ;i IndianaDolil. jl 6 00am 8 05 ! 10 25 " 5 30 pm 1 50 i 3 15 " ! 5 55 " 10 00 " 11 10 " 5 00 " 12 45 a III 7 50 " 9 07 pm 7 3T " 7 20 10 20 ' 1 45 p m 4 03 7 15 " ii 25 1 10 a m 4 00 " 8 40 8 SO " 11 20 pm 7 30am 5 30 " 7 55 " 10 55 4 35 pm 11 10 " 8 45am 610pm 3 00 a m 907pm 6 25 " 8 30 " 6 45 " 6 15 a m Ar. ' Cincinnati....1 1 " Louisville .... ! Locansnort. .. u " Columbus "is 00 'm'j T15pm it 02 a m 7 35 " i 7 85 " : 10 25 ; a 05 p m Pittsburgh ... : Washington.. ; Baltimore .. Philadelphia..': New York....: Boston : 6 15 a m ThroUL'h Cars from Peoria t Indianannlls. Tin. ciunati or Chicago on day and night trains. REGULAR TICKETS, CENTENNIAL TICKETS, and SPECIAL LIMITED TICKETS For sale at rates alwaj-s as low as the lowest. Low Rates. Quick Time, and first class areom- modations are fast making the P. & W. HOTJTE C"THE MOST POPULAR IN THE WEST.J Send for Centennial Guide and Map Folder. A. L. nOPKlNS, Gen'l Manager, ( . H.C.TOWNSEND,Gen. Pass. & Tk't Act f 1 eona- FlST time VIAITHE E0CK ISLAHD -AND- QTliroug-li Trains as follows: Mill and Express. Atlantic I Eastern & Express. :SouttemEx. Lv Rock Island.: 6 00 a. 145 p. ah a 1 ' 8 05 " Peoria ' 2 25 A. M. 10 20 4l " 7 15 " 9 25 " 11 15 " 1 10 A.M. 4 00 " 9 00 " 8 30 " Al Bloominton 4 35 " 12 00 p. Champaign .j 6 23 " 145 " Dauville . 8 15 " 3 05 " Indianapolis.i 11 35 " 6 00 ' " Cincinnaii .. 4 25 v. m. 10 15 ' Louisville... I 7 45 11 10 ' Mail and Express has Through Coach fromGales- bnrgh and Reclining Chair Sleeping Car from Pe oria to Indianapolis without change. Atlantic t-xpress arrives in Philadelphia 7:20 p. m .; ew 1 ork 10:20 p. m., and all Lasteru and Southern cities in 'he morning; Bi'T one mgi.t out, f nd one tiain iu advance of Chicago luet. COMPARE TIME TAB; ES. Eastern and Southern Express lias Reclining Chair Sleeping Car wiih State Rooms. Peoria to Cincinnati. CSTBear in mind that this is the Only Dally Train from Peoria reaching I hiiadelphia. New York and all Eastern cities ln the morning. it win oe an aosointc necessity in order to secure con lortable long ngs curing tne Centennial to reach Philadelphia t an earl hour. Sena for copy of onr Centennial and Tourist Guide and New Map Fold r. JNO W. BKOWN, Gen') Pass & :ket Ag't Inrl)anr,ro!is. Ind. T. J. BUFORD, Gen-1 Agent, Davenport, la. A NEW LINE I i THROUGH TRAINS Leave PEORIA,! roR DECATUR," TERRE HAUTE, GREEN CASTLE, INDIANAPOLIS CINCINNATI. LOUISVILLE. COLUMBUS, CLEVELAND, BUFFALO, PITTSBURGH, ALTOONA, HARRISBURLT BALTIMORE, WASHINGTON, PHILADELPHIA New York, Boston, AND ALL POINTS EAST. But ONE CHANGE of Car between Peoria n New York, Eastern and Southern point. ma une maaes quicaer time from Peoria to Eastern points than any other line. For Time Schedules see Map Folder cf Illinois Midland Bailway. ROBT EMMKTT. CHAS E. FOLLET I' Eastern Pax. Ag't. tran'l Ticket Aa't, Indianapolis. Ind. Terre Haute, Ind D HITCHCOCK Gen'l SudV Ten Haute led ADVERTISING! .Sent do any maypapror I papers, until 01T It wiilcoTOU nothing lid iU murmlw lin u HiOm-v. AiMresa, - St. Ioui Adrertia'g 4s Fubl'g Co., 8t. Louii, Mo. WaterwheeL siko row HEW C(V,OO J.. WOU WORKS. Btvovt, Wvscohw. THE GREAT GERMAN RHEUMATIC CURE. (GERMAN LINIMENT.) s recommended by the best Physician it the Vn ted States and Europe. A Cure Guaranteed OB TBI MOKIY BKFtmOED, when the directions are followed. All that is asked of this medicine is a fair trial. We do not profess to cure everything, as we do not make a cure-all preparation, but wo do cure Rheumatism aid Neuralgia, AND NOTHING ELSE. JOHN BENGSTON, Bole Afc'e" ock Illinois. -; , '