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STOyE POLISH, Phoenix Manuring Co;, TAUNTON, MASS. Manufacturers of the Celebrated Pill An article excelling in I,abor having and Dura bility for use on Stoves Ranges, Grates, &c. V-ALSO ' a0!-.. K I y-v-t .-,11 C1r,nrl 1 iPHPil IMfiS OT MZAS1 VI UflUlljIJ VA U.X1. a-JAsTJVO JAUAXC.V- SlNiES. BEWARE OF WORTHLESS IMITA TIONS AND COUNTERIEITS. fJKOWN'S ESSENCE OF 1'RBrARKD ONLY BY Frederick Brown PHILADELPHIA, PA. TniS "RELIABLE PREPARATION, one of the oldest of American Pharmaceutical Products, Mill TO'iintnins its enviable repntatlon, and find- a steadily increasing sale without advertising, and in suite of piracy. Ita high reputation ha tempted the cupidity of parties, whose only excute for their unfair pimula tioni, exist in the prest popalarlty of the original, and accidental imllnrltv of their names. BROWN'S ESSENCE OF JAMAICA GINGER 1 protected by the private Proprietary Stamp of the manufacturer, which is incoiporated with the eteel plate engraving, The attention of Drngglst" and the trade generally, id cauca to tne I'rice um ot EN1USH A FRENCH MEDICINES AND PHARMACEUTICAL PREPARATIONS, Which will be mailed on application. FREDERICK BROWIT, Established JS92 " IMPORTING, MANTFACTURINQ AND DIS PENSING CHEMIST, North Bast Corner Fifth and Chestnut Streets PHILADELPHIA, PA. Brown's GINGER will be found invaluable in all casus of Cranio orother disorders caused by change of wat!X or bad waur, and a few drops used repu larlv bv travelers will usually act as a Preventive, and ward oil sach attacks. To the aired and those recovering from illness, a small quantity with a .ittle sweetened water will be found to give strength and refreshment: the titnirer having no reaction. which is the great objection to the use ol alcoholic ptimnlantH. Producing all the iod effects of a Mustard Plaster, (without the possibility of 'blister ing: the skin.) ltn application on flannel is most effi cacious. And in the case of persons predisposed xo Rhenmatiam and Gouty Attections, it is of great service, (used in rao witu.) ga?"Beware of Counterfeits. SSWPTS MACHINES "TheLmXE K0H7T0R"SITWIN(j-M ACHATE The Greatest Achievementofihe Age. No Shuttle, no Bobbin, no re vindingf of Thread.' I Icoc thci t .nmmar. rZSi'. ; ' cal SdooI direct.1 jnnakes the " Lock . JStitch." and the 30rnamenta! "Ca- jble Stitch." Hat it Self-Adjutting - h f i jmxijin I trtr. ". 1 . !- VxV.- 1 (t - fr - .i '-"!tJ , .-8al Discounts to r-Sm J?ood and rella- ' lTLy ble Agents. Send lrnsrsii StampforCircular. Q Jm vu LA-NiX ft CO. TU Broadway ,h .1 .v;ity. THE NEW SEWING Ahead of all others in Improvements ! Self -Threading HUTTLE!;' It is the Lightest Running ! The Simplest to Learn to Use The Most Duuaiu.e SELr SurTiNQ Nkedlk Nbvkr Skips KTifi-nita! Nevkii Brbaks 'I ubbad There is no machiue which is so Easily Lbarnkd aud wh'ch uitnhines Llylituees mid Durability I For thewe and other mnsmiH The "AMERICAN" Is STOVE Mil Ihmsips fjxm H llliailll.il H 17 I IK II 1111 I I X i- 1 tue Best Machine for all purposes, ana v ariantuu to give entire satisfaction 1 The science of sewing by maciiinery is old, but tho Perfect Application of It Is accomplished only by the New American Ma chine and tiolf-Throudlng 8huttle. - Omcs amd Stussbooii 344 Wabash Avekcb, CHICAQO ILLS. 105 E. 2i Street, Davbmpobt f3T AUJSNTb WANTKD. NO CUKE I 9" NO PAY t ! sf 175 8iBt!i Clark Street, Cr8?r of Bourn, Chicago, 1IL Is still treating all Private, Nervous, CHirrmTe, and special difeaes. Sperma torrhoea. impotrm-y 'exttal incapacity). remaif encases ana aimcuities, etc Ty-Cortsultetion personally or bv let. tiwfree. Creentooit,ilhistrated,5octs. a Ir. Kcaa is th cnfv Dhvsician in tH cty wim warrants cures or no pay. -All languages spoken OAniliAG An flliutratej Work t!S page., a fvrlvate counselor to the married andmar- GUIDE riaaiabl-Qii the mvaterie. oftueatuuai system, its abuaes, rt, lev-t Ss!tm"rie in tha scteaco ot retu-oduction ; how to totftiy aappy in ut married relation.- Mala aud female, yotuur and multlla Aged phottkl read aud preserve it ; it contains information, whtea no on can aftbru to be With- ut ) en now to preserve the health, antj eomplexion, and fr:to faded eheeks the trehnesxd youth: the best and " MneGuid in the wod. rViceSOcent. tjyilaiU Th amfior may be consulted personally or bt mail on any of the culnectt mentooned in his worlLAddres Xr. A. J. OlilK, lis aokigtoo St., Chicago, Hi. MARRIAG Mnrriagelruide illustrated vuh numerous eugravirgf from lift teaches u tnein- SECRETS.! omtmi ve should ki:ow cn Courtship, Mamaw, tit Phyhioluical Myrti-ric nil HuvelationB of the Bexiia t -Evrt-ptn . Ha to rura allttind of Pitesse!, vifh hundwiig of valnnhle rereipta, mho should innrrv.the imptctiineit to marriage, their na ture and cur?. Treats on all Diticajefl, fully explaining their cauat, symptom and meant to cure t itn the only really cientinc work o fth kind ever published, and ia complete m every respter. ocni securely waieu on receipt 01 ov cr a. Addrefl'a. Dr. C. A. JJohann an, 6U Kortfc tilth, street St. Lou ii. Mo. Established in Dr. JAMES, V' C 04 Washington St., Yf, , J Cor. Franklin, CHICAGO. 4, ,' 3 Chartered by the Bute of u "s Illinnis for theeilirem purpose Z3t.S Vt .S '.J( rtf frlx-lnr fmmftliate rpliet ifi jj f" allcsaesofprivatehroDioaiid 1 S1" ' V J rs unmiy otseases lo a'l tnr HA, ' known Ir. JameR has iiood m a x the head of the profes-km tor &f i 1 V1 I th nMt thirtv Tears. A 'h , i nii experitnt"ara aU impoc- 'itfMatMAllwMP V niitltt losses bv dreams, iim- nlett on tim laoa. lost nmiituMxl. can Dositiveiv be cured. Laiies wantlns; the most detitnte attentiou, cnll or write. Plcnsaut home for patients. A book ftr the million Marriag Guide which tells von an anout ioe aistmses, woo idvuiu mirrv, wuy ot, 10 ceuts to par postage. Or. James has fifty rooms and parlors. You see no one but the Doctor. Offloe nours, a. na. 1 p. Ul. ; EuilUji 1U U) XI. ur. uaiucs is w jntn ot DR. BUTTS' DISPENSARY j 1 TTurty ypnrsexperjfnce in the treatment ul tiexualtUld Chronic DiseaHoaot'horh n--xes. r. !U TTVIr1arriafffnI1e. l, A Physiolotical View of Marrja,; "fbrtheniarnedand those contemplating ittn and the secret intirmities ot vouth. manhood and womanhood An t! Inst rated bookotlitiOpapea, for private rvaditiz, v. hich should be kept under lock, aud key. Sent und'-reeai f'Trts. A PRIVATE MEDICAL TREATISE on all diseeaea Of a Priva.d Nature in both sexes, the ahuscs and dis- onlersotthe sexual systomt and the means ot cure, loOpagea tuti encravinfft, sent unutrnrai n-rzo t-rs. MFDICAL ADVICE on Sexual and Chronic Diseases, SoiihiihI V eakness. Catarrh. Cancer. Kunttire. the i)iiin Ilshit. e., sWlptiiro wttrk sent under Meal tor i) cts. All three books containing 460 pag-ea andevorvthinieworth kuowiug on the Bubjcct, sent securely sealed" on re ceipt of flO cts. Atldrefta, Dr. Butts Dispensary, Nt.I2N.f3thct.fSt. Louis, Mo. Ibstabi.sw iw,.j Littler, &s m 617 St. Ch2r!es street, St. Louis, Mo. A rtga'.ar crsdarte o':wo Mciktil CoUngM. hajbfWl tmrr r.tl in tht! s: ! . 1.-1 trratiurct of a.l VePoral, Sexual r Cr.roa.3 Li. epeo th .a nr.r oihcr l'hvsK-isa la tit, Le as, s.s cry p--v-r-.; cber, ntxt aliu'.J rcbitlcnts luhw. tyrhil'j, UororrSces, Gleet, 6trictur, Or chitis H?r-.ia, or iia,ture cil Urinary Disease and S .j'.H.tic or mercurial aiTecouns of the iro8t, t,n cr I) -r. ara t-tl trith unparalleled amv-ess, oo Utc soieutiiio pnocii . Baielr, PrivatalT, Spermatorrhcea, Sexul Ucbll ty and Impot ercy, as Lie reault cT Pe'i-cibtisa ir. youth, sexasl ezoessea lainta:t. -. otiicr esc -j, huu wuih p-oiao cob. of the fc!l-:ug efte'-t:: oecToiryuci seminal emissions, dcMiity. dtmccsol sbt. defective memory, pinrpteaoa tba facs, pfcysttf U aKay. avjrst..u logft'ictorrcnislije.conruitt of iUess. loss of s-'xuai pi-wer, sto.. reodorlu? laarrlaffe lmproperrir:Uanpy.arepermn''titiyoui. Famphlet (J8 pagsa) r.-liuuig to lis six-re, la aos'.cd enrclopfs, for two ro!f s:nr-.ri. Comnitatioa at dBc or hy mail frco, tnd tuT.M, a ?ne.iJly taiitor hlsotuioa coats Dothin.. Vhen It la Iwannwrt to Tltt tba city for treatmsot, fcri ''-Mt-icrm bo ami cprfHor ontilrrTwhsra. Cure a'.laciii c,.-.-ai,"i.-!"rodobt silnsittarrsnklyouited. Cioc Uuu.s: 0 A. ii. to 7 P. ii. tsanduya, 13 ii. to 1 P. si. Pamphlet, ta anv tdJfesa, for Two Stamp. MANHOOD 1h?SititFmaa, WOMANHOOD fS&SSt Brnt sealed, olttvro?, for 20 Cents. ftianhood a.id V.'omanhood n German, DOtrl toge'-Ser, lilusirated, 13 Cents, inc. c esfcCMi a ( J9S5rt EviArzst mu& i pages. FINE GUIDE. PLA'i Klip ant cint'A find Ovur c;;y TToaJL-r.'ui t 'l ,.,..-,, trms to iu; articles a ! . .. T!i .rrr. w not, why. th foUow.ng 6u-j Troncr ro to ' V;iom:'.-r Ci-t, Maabaod, Woman. 1 .to tiUt-M efiflitocy acl exocaa: V 'Mi io:.;j:uarrr; IioTli,jBauifir"l3nlJ ihct-u. 1 Lie Pt.i ' n-y of l:,t.ru.:cim, kimI tiatoT Bsora, Urn IVirr!- 4 cr co..l-n:-!:'.:: ? t: n V rhnuU resit Ii. Aftcra Ufe-i'tij i.ractt-s. I asset t fi uin btikt aawsa as Porai cco-rtctiOD.lt on.it to bo rad by all a.lult rrrns. I'tca toc'id p.tv.t U.l tr.-,lorl03t.asita sror:Uy ii ? rrc-- -T " i r?--ti'ia ie-nTa of rn"iior. lltfir-E-u-o taoutsrttR r.-iiatiACV-n,v" rn.-tL-e. snd vorth io any 'one vita Trut s'" i' carciiiJl leu8ai, ton Umea "(&H"&:;i!m. same m t';Hrr , h;-t rner oofcr, 5M paites, Ssebtatytiiin, t .arc. wt rood-gulue la Atnerio. a aiUur adirau, cuJocic j amount, i DR. VVKiTTIER, 617 St. Charles street, St. Louis, Mo. DR. WHITTIER, 617 St. Charles St., St. Louis, Mo., treats all forms of Venereal Diseases, Seminal Emissions and Sexual Debility, with unparalleled success. No matter who failed, cill or write ; pam phlet or consultation free. Can refer to the medical profession in all parts of the country. Medicines perfectly safe. CHILLS AND FEVER. AGUE, &c. Cured or Money Refunded by Using VIAGUIRE'S AGUE MIXTURE Price, f 100 per bottle.. Maguire's Cunduranso Bitters 4'urc? Complaints of irc-TPR m.(ilr. KIDNEYS AXU olUMt-u t. th VffcToMritle Substitute tor Calomel: con tains no alcohol. The host antl-ni tons purgauvc known, operating on the bowels without pain, nau sea or griping. DiarrlioQa, Eyscntsry, Cholera Horbtis, FLUX, SUMMER COMPLAINT, AC, Relieved at once by MAGUIRE'S BENNE PLAN1 The Thirty Years Specific. 'or Lung Affections.Bionchttis, Consump- tion, Irritation ot the Liarynx, laroat, andTlhest, aic, use MAGUIRE'S Tar, Glycerine, Whisky & Rock Candy Price, fl 00 per bottle (new remedy). PTT.-RK I PILES 1 rilS I All forms relieved and cured by Macmira's White Eoss Pila Cure. Price, f 1 00 per pot. For COUGHS AND COLDS use Maguire's Expectorant, IT CANNOT BE EXCELLED. Price, 50 cts per bottle. Is WARRANTED TO BE THE BEST. I arge Bottles fl 00. J. & C. MAGUIRE, gOLB PaOI'RIsTTOKB, Sold by alllDruggis'a. ST.:L0UIS. MO E1TGSAVIN& ABVERT!SH!G; SentdeaTiT taaaypajparor papers, until rc it will cost you nothing and wilt .uraly sav yua totVXouia Advertia'g & Tubl'g Co., St Lotui, Mo, BUSINESS CARES. M. M. CORBETT, v ATTORNEY AT LAW. 5 Office In Mitchell Lynde's illock, Iiock Island His. JOHN B. HAWLEY, TTORiNKY AND COUNBELLOK AT LAW i Office in Bengston'a Block. Illinois St ftrw-t -i and, Illinois. 8-iadAwfim KENWOETLT & BEABDSLET I AW AND ABSTRACT OFFICE. ROOMS IN L. Court House. Juo. T. Kenworthy, Jas. M. Bearda- ey- 10-93d&wtl. M. L. PINKLEY, USTICE OF TnE PEACE AND GENERAL Collection A?ent. Business from a iiafanra promptly attended to. 12 2od3m CHARLES W. O'NEIL, ft rivrtai au COUNSELOR AT LAW and 1 Notary Public. Office over Flint Nationa 513dw6m Btnk, Rock Island. McELHERNE & O'MARA, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW and Solicitors in Chatier otra nnni Rocklsland Honse.Rock Island, 111. 8-30dwly M. KELLER, M. D. OHYSiciAN AND SURGEON. Residence cor. V Orleans and Ohiostret novt rinor tr. if tiori. Drug Store. Office over Beuser A Thomas' Drug tore, Market Square, office hourt 10 to 12 a. m., S te r- 7-14d&wly HDWABDD. BWEHEr. WILLIAHJACKSON SWEENEY & JACESON, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW Oiflce Cor. Eagle aad Illinois streets, Ro- s lal and, Illinois. ll-lSdly M. M. STCROEON. LUCf AN AIAM. STURGEON & ADAMS, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW. OftUss in Mitchell & Lyndc's block, Rock Island 111. Have COmnlete. Ret. .,f l.-L-a ,.f i ltrrta n Title of Lands in Rock Island Couutv. THOMAS YATES, IS PREPARED TO DO PLUMitlNfl IN ALL ITS 1 branches, aleo. Gas ana Stesm t it tint'. Call and have estimates maderijfi-u urdei iiii your work doce by other parties. TUOMAS VA'li'.o. (Levee, .Rucl. Island. Orleans Street Livery. AIIENKY, LIVERY FEED, SALE AND 1 Boarding Stable, l'artiee and Funerals a Spe ciality. Orleans Street, between Buffalo and Ea- 1harg-es reasonable. H'Mlj HAI2 DYE. HAIR DYE. BATCH ELORS CELEBRATED HAIR DYE. best In the world. The inventor :.has used this onlemleH Hair llvp fnr S7 ve A m n-ith iM.TKifit tn the I hair, and no injury to hie "health; proof lhat it is ine only true and perteet lye. Harmless, rename. instantaneous. No disappointment : no ridiculous tints ; remedies the ill etlocts of bad dyes; leaves the hair soft and beautiful Black or Brown. Sold and properly applied at BATCHLOR'S Wig Fac tory, No. 10 Bond street, N. Y, Sold by all drug givts. MOSQUITO BITES, VEGETABLE POISONS. Ring-Worm, Burn". Chilblains, Itching of the Head and all Eruptions of the Skin, Face or Body imme diati ly cured by Batcheloj'f Curative Ointment. Sold wholesale and .rcLuil 'at Factort , No. 10 Bond street, and by all drutnifts. , I BfMLGH Mil SEAL Bit for the Hair. The Best Hair O'l.ln nee BEAUTIFUL TEETH ! WHITE AS ! Sound, nealthy Gums, Breath Fiaerant as the Rose secrel by nsine W. A. Batehelsr's Dentifrice. Sold wholesale aud rtnu at Factory, .No. lb bona street, N. . and by all druggists. W. A, BATCHELNB S HEW CCrETI0UE Black or Bn wn for tinting the Ha. Whiskers ur Mnstachoit) wit hout preosing them. Sold wholesale and retail at factory, 10 Bond St. Sew York, and by ail druggists. Ask for them. MATCHES; 1 'Arj tA & X li V tub 1 a. Safety Matches. if THERE AR15 MANY ACCi l.KNTY AND FIRES I wliirti i-ccur from the utv of the nrdiimty sul phur an.i iiar:nr inatches. Elibur kiml of these matches 1,'iiilo readily tipu any mrfnee. To pre I vent fire or acciilei.is, wh'Ch are liable to occur from their eareh-si use KfllUAl.M SMITH. 91 St. John St., i'liitatlelhia, invented a niatok known a Hn ! O-rl.. .-i-L II rennsyivania oaieiv maLun, which needs only one trial for the public to know Its Importance. Its ueculinril v is that it cannot be iirnited except on the spec ial preparation furnished with each box. They do not emit any disagreeable odor or make a.iy startling, crackling sound on brills icnited. They contain neither sulphur nor phosphorus, uitither arc they poisonous. Anotner mporiant point is that they are perfectly safe in the hands of children : and the rats and mice carry ing them ott can uo no damage, hlr. smilD also manufacturers a special runner to De placed near match sales, thereby makinc these matches as con venient as those which Uruiie on anv surface. With these improvements they are very desirable for private dwellings 'and business bouses in whith combustible matter is kept. In case one should be dropped on the floor there would be no (lantrer of lu burnlivj tue carpet or limiting i ny any acciuen tal means, tirocer have them for sale. Also man ufacturer of Parlor and Sulphur matches. Tax Sale Notice. TO .7. S. MOBSMAN. RILEY, D. MOSS- MAN. D. S. WIliTE and all others whom it may concern: Notice is hereby given that on the 14th day of June. A. D. 1S75, the undersigned pur chased at the collector's sale for taxes and Ccsts due the state of Illinois and county of Rock Island for the year 1S74. the following described tracts of land on Hig Island, towns';, ip and section 17, range 2 west, 4 p. m. ; the s e pt s w n e containing 28 acres and 70-100. Alo pt n of 11 R sbMigh e pt s w containing 2 acres KM0O, also n e n w a e contain ing 7 acres 73-100 and n w n w n e containing j acres uiul ":j-10tt pt of fiOacre and that the t rue for redemption will expire on me Hia aay ot dime, a. D. 1877. and that the said properties were taxed or assessed in the names of the before mentioned parties. ) a.. WAlKits, March :ti, isttt . P. O Box 141, Moline. Ills. 80d3t 20CT3 & SHOES KELLY St RETICKER, SO. G E. ILUNOIS ST., Sole Agents in this locality for the HERSOME DOUBLE-BUCKLF THE BEST SHOE ETER MADE. ' Call and fxawipe them. 10-7dwtf Cement, Plaster, &o. m 3 4sisd!fp jre.ii3; STORAGE&GoM-tSSIOM mm .4W V " i : n..-. ' s"'s, J'" &AITBR i a L.ti i i E,OCil I3LAin,. ...IX.I.IBIOIS New Bjoks at the Public Xsiferary. The tollowiug new books ha?e recently been added to our public library: Life and Times of Lord Brougham, 3 vols. Life aud Letters of Huh Miller, Peter Bayue.S voia. My Life aud Recollections, Hon. Grantley K. Berkley, 4 vols. English Seamen tinder the Tudors. R. H. Foe Bourne. SJArchibald Constable and his Correspondents, l nomas uonsiauie,s vote. Kugllsh Fema.e Artists, E. C. Clayton. History of the Booktelltrs, Henry Curmen. History of the Princes De Conde, in tne loth at.d I7th (Jeuturies, 2 yoU, Life aud Letters of Sir Walter Raleigh, Edward Edwards, 2 vols, j Life of John tiibson. Lady Eai-tiake Women Artists of all Ages. E F. Ellet. English Piemiers from Sir Robert Walpole to Sir itohert Peel, J C. Earle 8 vols. Sir John Eliot, a biogrophy, John Foster 2 vols. Life aim Times of Oliver Goldsmith, John Fos ter, vols. Life and Adventures of Alexander Dumas, Percy Fitz Gerald, 2 vols. A Curisiiau Painter of the 19th Century. The Old Showmen, Thomas Frost. Ltves of the Conjurors. " Loudon, its Celebrated Characters and Places. J. Heneage Jesse, 8 vols. Life of Mendelssohn. William I. Gage. Mendelssohn's Letters aud Recollections, Ferdi nand Hiller, Shadows of the Old Booksellers, Charles Knight, Life and Times of Sir Josuba Reynolds, Leslie and Taylor 2 vols. A memoir of Jane Austen. J.E. Austen Leigh. Twentj -five years of my Life, Alphonie D.La martiue, 2 vols. Lile aud Letters of Mary Russell Milford. A. G L'BMrange, 8 vols. A Memoir of Mrs. Barbauld, A. L. L'Breton. LiveB of the Lord Chancellors of Ireland, J. Roderick O'Flauairan 8 vols. Memoirs ol Sir Robert Peel, 2 vola. Men who have made the German Empire G. L. M. Strauss. Lives of Bonlton and Watt, Samnel Smiles, English Portralis, C. A. Sainte-Beure. Life and Works of William liogarth. George A. Snia, Auecdote Lives of the later witts and humorists Jo"n Timbs, i vols. The Old Masters and their Pictures. Sarah Tel ler, i Musical Composers and their Works, Sarah Tyt lr. Life of .Tames Wo'f, Robert Wright. Lives of the English Card in as, Folkstone WU- ams. Women of the LatDays of Old France, . Letters irom the Battle Fields of Paragaay. R. F Burton. History of England from the Death of Charles the First to the nattle of Dunbar, A. Besset. HiMory of England from the year 18-iO! to 18T4 William Nassaum Wolseworth. 3 vols. Fifteen Decisive Battles of the World, E, S. Oleasy. 1 ho Russo-Turkish Campaigns of 1328-182'J,Xhea- nry. 'i he White conquest, William Hepworth Dixon. 2 vols. , Battle Fields ofjthe War of 1870. Dela Chapelle. The Germans in France, Sontherland. The Regency of Anne of Austria, Martha Walker Fuer 2 vols. Ancient Egypt under the Fharoahs. John Ken rl k. History of Phoenicia, John Kenrick. Pedigree of this English People.Thomas Nicholas Episodes ol French History, Miss Pardoe, 2 vols. Residence at the court of .Loudon from 1817 to 18-5. Richard Rush Recollections of the 'Court of Louis Phillippe, and toe r rencn ltevoiunon. Kicnara Kcsn. England from a German Point of View, Julius Koden nerif. The sixth Raw.enson. Great Oriential Monarchy, George The seventh Great Oriential Monarchy, George Kawieuson, t 'haldran Account of Genesis, George Smith History of the French Revolution, YouSvbel, 4 vois. My Private Diary during the Seige of Patis, Felix M. Whitehurst. 2 vols. Z inzibar, Richard F. Bnrton. 2 vols. Among the t.othe and Vandals, John Blaikie, Russia in 1S70. Herbert Barry. Naturalists in Nicaragua, Thomas Be.t. Sport and War in South Africa, Basset. Travels in EasterniCaucasus, Cunymrhauie. Round the W orld in ls;0, A. D. Carlislie. The Marvellous Country. 8 W.Couzzens Behind the Seniles in Kugi, George Carrington Untrodden i'eaks and Unfiequented Valleys. Amelia is. Howards, Explorations ill Anstralia, John Forrest Modern Turkey. J S. Farlev. Prairie Lauds and Pnirie Folks, rarker.Gihnore, 2 vols. 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LOUIS And all Southern Cities. The Shortest, Quickest and Best Line from Peoria to Sknsas City AND THE WEST. 5 130- An Elegant PARLOR CAR Is attached to Morning train from Peoria. This is the only line running a NIGHT TRAIN between ttiicago and Jacksonville With Sleeping Car attached. Trains of Peoria & Rock Island Railway make direct connection in Peoria with trains of Peoria Pekin & Jacksonville R. 11. J. F. KELSEY, CIIAS. MAEABE, Superintendent. Gen'l T kt Agent. Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railroad. THE OLDEST, MOST PERFECTLY EQUIPPED AND BEST MANAGED LINE. Connecting the Great Lakes & Missouri River. Makes close connections with 11 diverging Rail road and Steamboat Lines at Chicago, joliet, Ot tawa. La Salle. Peona, and Rock Island, HHno"; Davenport, West Liberty, Iowa City, UreoeH.Des- .Molues and council Blurts, iowa; umaba,. Neb, Muscatine, Columbus Junction, Washington, Fair field, Floris and Belknap, Iowa; Trenton, Cameron and Beverly. Missouri ; Atchison and Leavenworth, tvanaas. Passenger Trains leave Rock Island : SOINS EAST. Day Express 8:35 a. n. Bureau Accommodation 4.80 p. m Night Express 10.00 P. u ELEGANT aoiHa west. C:30 a. m. 9:55 A.M. 6.05 P. H. Falac9 . Say and Sleeping Coaches Are run on all Through Trains. For Tickets apply to Geo.M.Looeley Ticket Agent. rnew rasseneer Depot. For Freight Rates, Through Bills Lading. Con tracts, or auy general information, call on J. A. Hanley,tFreiht Agent, t New Freight Office, foot of Adams, near Illinois street. A. M. SMITH. HUGH RIDDLE. Gen. Paae. Ag't Chicago. V. Pres't and Gen. Stipt. Chicago. A. KIMBALL,, J. A. IIANLKl. Ass'tGen. Supt. Freight and Contracting Agt, uio. si. JjOoblbt. Ticket Agent. Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul RAILWAY. THE GREAT THROUGH LINE Cliica go-Northwest, WIS001TSIN, NOSTEZBN IOWA, Minnesota, Dakota, Manitoba, AND THE BLACK HILLS. Passing through a Finer Country, with Grander Scenery, and connecting more Business I enters and jeasnre Kesorts tnan any otner Norm western udc Connecting In Chicago with all Eastern and Southern Lines. Chicago Depot: Cor. Canal and W. Madison St. Horse Cars and Stage Lines for all parts of the City constantly passing. c hioaqo city ufpice : el ana b9 ciarn si. THE ONLY THROUGH LINE BETWEEN CHICAGO, Milwaukee. Cparta, La Oross9, Winona Madison, MeCiregor, Owantonna, ST. PAIL AND MINNEAPOLIS, Traversing the Valley of the Upper Mississippi uiver, and along tne fluire of 1 ake Pepin, aLd hrough Northern Iowa and Central Minnesota, E3PPalace sleeping Cars and I'av Coacber. with Vestlnghouse's Improvea Automatic Air-Brake on an througn trains. A. V. H. CARPENTER, General Pas. and Ticket Ag't, S. MERRILL, JNO. C. GAULT, Gen'l Manager. Ass't Gen'l Manager TPJL.&T TIME VIA THE peoria & rock mxm AND folcdo, Peoria k Warsaw ROUTE. Tlironali Tio-ikjfei as follows: ' NewYork Cincinnati : Atlantic Jan. 21, 1877 , Special, j Express. ( Express. Lv. Rock Island.. ! I 140 pm1 " Gaiva ! 3 55 " j " Peoria 8 45am 7 13 " ! 12 55 a m Ar. Chicago 1 4 30 p m 7 30 a m 'Sheldon 1 05 H 30 i 5 30 " 'Lafayette i 8 05 " 130am' "Indianapolis..;. 5 50 " 420 " I CincinnaU....!' 10 30 " 840 ' " Louisville ....i 11 IU " 830 " " Logansport.. ! 4 40 ' 8 45am "Columbus....! 1245am 12S5pmi 610pm "Pittsburgh...! 7 50 " 7 45 " I 200am " Washington.. 07pm 9 15am: 907pm "Baltimore.. 1 7 30 " 7 45 -' j 6 10 " "Philadelphia..! 7 20 ' 7!15 "i 345 " " New York....! 10 20 " 1025 "I 6 45 " "Boston i! 6 15 am 2 40 pm: 615am Through Cars from Peoria to Indianapolis, Cin cinnati or Chicago on dav and night trains. Cincinnati Kx press La3 Kecnntug ccair car through to Indianapolis and Cincinnati. REGULAR TICKETS, Art I) SPECIAL LIMITED TICKETS For sale at rates always as low as the lowest. cow uates. wuick Time, ana first class accom mod at ions arc fast making the T., P. & W. E0TITE J3TTHE MOST POPULAR IN THE WEST. SSk Send for Map Folder. A. L iiur&iKir. utn l jnanager, i 1 , , rrv, .tmvTt.- t?vn , IJ P. Tl.' A . 1 NEW LINE i Illinois mm it. THROUGH TRAINS Leave PEORIA, DECATUR,5? TERRE HAUTE, . GREEN CASTLE, INDIANAPOLIS CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, COLUMBUS CLEVELAND BUFFALO, PITTSBURGH, ALTO ON A, HARRISBURU BALTIMORE, washington, Philadelphia! New York, Boston . AND ALL POINTS EAST. ' But ONB CHANGB of Cars between Peoria an New York, Eastern aud Southern points. This line makes quicker time from Peoria to Eastern points than any other line. For Time Schedule see Map Folders cf Ill'iioii Midland Hallway. . ROBT EHMETT. CHAS E. FOLLETT.f -Eastern Pass. Ag't. Gen'l Ticket Ag't, Indianapolis, Ind. Terre Hante, Ind HITCHCOCKBGen'no't. TerreHaute Id jBAZLBCZSS. Peoria feyBock Island RAILWAY. . (SHORTEST ROUTS TO THE EAST AND SOUTH. ' 4 Trains leave Rock Island. 6:00 a. m. South Eastern Express.' . 1 :50 p, m.. Mail and Cinciuuati,Expresf . 6:20 a. m.. Way Freight Trains arrive at Rock Island. 1:12 p. m.. Mail and Cineinnati Express. 6:00 p. m.t Western Express. 8:25 p. m. Way Freight, The 6.00 a. m. train makes close connections at Galva with C B. & Q., for Aledo and Keitsburg; arrives in Peoria at 10:15 a m., making close con nections with P.. P. & J. lot Jacksonville, Spring Held, St. Louis aid all point, ioujt. &. southwest ; also with LB. Wi, T. ri WTV Illinois Mid- laiitl. for t rre Haute, Inaityilspuliaa Cincinnati and LKinisvuie ana an eastern ana southeastern points. Tne 1:50 p m.. train makes closj connection at Galva with C. B. A ty., fo.- points west, arriving at ynincy at 9:45 p m. ; arriving at Peoria at 6:30 p m ; making close connections with 1. B. & W., and T. P. & W. roads for Indianauolis. connecting there with all fast trains lor east and south. S This is decidedly the best route for the southeast. t-FAST TIME. SURE. CONNECTIONS, and rates as low as by any other route. J. V. MAHONEY, Gen'l Ticket Ag't. Rock Island. J. R. niLLIARD, Receiver, Peoria, NATIONAL DISPATCH Fast Freight Line for Detroit, Milwaukee, Chicago, St. Louis, Bock Island, Davenport, Quincy, s -: i Omaha And all points West, No TranshiTJmciit. Mark Packages NATIONAL DESPATCH. Western Agents Sami-fl Smith, St, Louis, Mo. A. Howe, 93 & 95 Lake Street, Chicago. Ill "THB WASHINGTON CTTT EOUTE' Baltimore & Ohio R. R. THE SHORTEST,1 QUICKEST ' ' ' ' ' ASD - ONtY DIREQT ROtJTE TO Washington and Baltimore with direct connections FOP. mm mam. NOEFOLK THE SOUTHEAST. hiladelphia,.N. York, Boston AND , EAST. THE TRAVELERS DElniJJO A Speedy, Pleasant and Ccmfcrtatle Trip SHOULD 11EMEJIEEU THAT THE Baltimore & Ohio Sailroad 13 CELEBRATES FOR ITS Elegant Coaches. Splendid Hotels, Grand at;d Beautiiul 3lountaio end Valley SceDery, and the maDy points of Historical Interest along its line. rare wil' ALWAYS be as Low as by any other Line . PULLMAN PALACE CARS RUN THBOCOH Witlioiit, Ohansre BtTW EES THE PRINCIPAL Westekn and Eastkrn Cities. For through Titktts.Ilaggago Check. Movement if Trains. Sleeping Car Accommodations. &c. ap ply at Ticket Oflices at all principal point atr NORTH, SOUTH EAST Oli WEST. R. DORSEY. U M. COLE, '.ss't tien'l Ticket Ag"t. Gen'l Ticket Ag't. rnos. p. barry, thos. r. sharp. Western Pass. Ag't. Master of Transp'n. THE MOST POPULAR ilTQlQufliTHLII IN 'IOWA, IS THE Oarlingtes, Cedar Bapids & Sorlhern Baihvaj. 2 PASSENGER TRAINS EACH WAY DAILY, (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED.) Going North 11:15 a. m.; 10:38 p. ra. Going South 7:30 a. m. ; 8:2S p. m. Palace Slecmn.7 cars, owned and operated by this line, accompany all night trains. CONNECTIONS ARE AS FOLLOWS : At Burlington with Toledo. Peoria & Warsaw R'y for Peoria, Indianapolis, Lafayette and Cincinnati; with Chlcaco. BoTimgton Wuincy K. H., lor Chi cago, Keokuk. 0.uincy and St Louis West to Ottum- wa ana an points in ivnnsas ana rcorasaa, ana wnn Burlington & Southwestern R'y, for Farmington, Bloomneid and all points in Missonri and Kansas. At Columbus Junction, wltu Ctiicago X oouln- western Railroad f onWashimrton andl!aenworth. At Nichols. with Muscatine Division B. C. K .& M. for Muscatine. - At West Liberty, with Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railroad, for Iowa City, Desmoiues, and Davenport. At Cedar Raoids. with Milwaukee Division ot Si, C R & M for Independence, West Union, Postville, ana McGregor; with Chicago & Northwestern Rail way, for Omaha, lonncu Bums and Chicago, ana witn Dubuque & Southwestern B'y for Dubuque. At Waterloo ard Gedar Falls, with Illinois Cen tral Railroad for Independence, Dubuque, Fort Dodge and Sioux City. At Shell Rook witn Stage lor W averly. - At Nora Janctlon, wUh Milwaukee & St Paul Railway; for Mason City aud Charles City. At Plymouth with Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway for all points in Minnesota. At St Paul, for all points on Northern Pacific Raiiwav;ihc .great Lake Superior region, and all points North and JJorthwesu ii. r. viSLw,jien'i Manager. C. J IVES. Gen'l Pass. & Ticket Agent, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Notici Ciiaksk FASTTIME VIA THE HOCK ISLAHD AND I. B. & W. ROUTE. STliioiig-li Trains 3 as follows: MjII and Atlantic Eastern & . Express, i Express. Southern Ex ... ...... 600A.H. 145p.m. 1 ! 8 05 " 4 03 " j 2 25 a. M. 10 90 " 7 15 " 14 85 " 1200 p.m. 9 25 " 6 85 " i 1 45 " 11 15 " I 815 " i 8 05 " '1 10A.M. 11 85 " 6 00 " . 4 00 " I 4 25 p. M. 10 15 9 00 " i; 7 45 " 111Q 830 " Lv Rock Island " Galva " Peoria Ai Bloonnngton " Champaign . " Daurllle .... " Indianapolis. Cincinnati -. . " Lonisville. .. Mall and Express has Through Coach from Galea bnrgh and Reclining Chair Sleeping Car from P oria to Indianapolis without change. Atlantic Express arrives in Philadelphia 7:20 ) m.; New York 10:20 p.m., and ail Eastern and Southern citicin the morning; mt out miobt out, rnd oiie train in-aovance of Chicago Lues. - 'J " 4 COMPARE TIMS TAB! ES. Eastern and Southern Express has Reclining Chair Sleeping Car wi.h SUte Rooms. - Peoriatd Cincinnati. rsj9Bear n mind that this is the Only Dally Train from Peoria reaching Philadelphia, New York and all Eastern cities in the morning. - It will be an absolute necessity in order to secure comfortable lodgings durittg the Centennial to reach Philadelphia at an early hour. Send for copy of our Centennial and .Tourist Guide and New Map Folder. t , - - i 's . JNO W. BROWN, Gen'l Paaa Jfc tMcket Ag't 3 Indianooolla. Ind. T. J. BUFORD, Gen'l Agent. Davenport, Ia.