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ZTEEDICALT T3USETESS" CAEBa I0AJDS. EALL20ALS. i-i. f f I' PliceniiMiflng Co.:, TAUNTON, JIASS. Manufacturers Of the Celebrated An article excelling In Labor baring and Dura bility for use on Stoves, Ranges, Grates, &c -ALSO- rii i t ' 1 a - I tlllAlhlAO ' T fill" VI rrfn II i I II I j I II I :.tl L11 . . a. I I . i JAMAICA GISSEB. BEWARE OF WORTHLESS IMITA-r HONS AM COUNTER! EITS. iROWN'S , ESSENCE OF AMAICA PRBPABED ONLY BY Frederick Brown ; PHILADELPHIA, PA. . THIS RELIABLE PREPARATION, one of the Oldest of American Pharmaceutical Products, still c maintains its enviable reputation, and finds a steadily increasing sale without advertising, and in spite of piracy. . Its high reputation bus tempted the cupidity of parties, whose only excuse for their nnfatr simula tions, exists in the great popularly of the original, and accidental similarity of their names. BROWN'S ESSENCE OF JAMAICA GINGER Is protected by tha private Proprietary Stamp ol the manufacturer, which is Incorporated with the steel plate engraving, - The attention of Druggists and the trade generally, is canon to tne rnce Juist oi ENGLISH & FRENCH' MEDICINES AND PHARMACEUTICAL , - PREPARATIONS, Which will be mailed on application. FEEDEUICK BROWM, ' Established 1832 IMPORTING, MANUFACTURING AND DIS PENSING CHEMIST, North East Comer Fifth and Chestnut Streets PHILADELPHIA, PA. Brown's GINGER will be found Invaluable In all cases of Cramp or other disorder caused by change I of water or bad water, and a few drops nsed regu larly Dy travelers win usual ly act as a l reventive. and ward off such attacks. To the aged and those recovering from illness, a small quantity with a .tttle sweetened water will be found to give strength and refreshment: the Ginger having no reaction, which is the great objection to the nse ol alcoholic stimulant. Producing all the good effects of a I Mustard Plaster, (without the possibility of blister ing the skin.) Its application on flannel is most effi cacious. And in the case of persons predisposed to Khenmatim and Gouty Affections, it is of great service, (used to run wttn.) IS-Beware of Counterfeits. SEwara macsinss "TheLITTXE M03nTOS"ErTOSrQ-JACHIS2 The Greatest Achievementofthe Age. No Shuttle no Bobbin, no re vindingotThread.1' Uses theCommer- cial Spool direct,' makes the " Lock Stitch,"the"Chain Stitch," and the Ornamental "Ca ble Stitch." Has a Self-AdjuiUng Tension. r' Liber al Discounts to good and relia- ble Agents. Send Stamp torCircular. eX.LXTLAKEY & CO.. 744 Broadway ,N.Y .City. THE ISTJEW SEWING head of all others in Improvements ! Self-Threadine mv " r fSBtXTTnrXa.B:!" It is the Lightest Running ! The Simplest to Learn to Use ! The Most DtinABte! Self-Seating Ndl! N.i,u.I..u,.ri!nl S KV all HHRAKS 1 HBBAD I Ilium!! -iC7m-,A There is no machine which is so Easily Lbarnbd aud wheh combines Lightness dJUnrobintyl For these and other reasons Tbe "AMEKICAsh is the Best Machine for all purpoees, and Warranted to give entire satisfaction 1 The science of sewing by machinery is old, but the Perfect Application of It is accomplished only by the New American Ma chine and Self-Threading Shuttle. Officb AMD Stlwboom 844 WAbash AvMttr,' CHICAGO ''"r:WtQ?'' . 105 E. 2d Stbspt, Davfobt. PIT AUBNTS. WANTED. SO CURE I 53 , krm NO PAY ! ! ktlkm ai&, 175 Sonth Clark Street, toner of iowo, Cliiearo, IH. Is still treating all Private, Nervous, JPJl Chronic, and special diseases. Sperraa- orrnoea,impoteacy(exiia! incapacity), a female diseases and difficulties, etc Consultation personally or by let. ter tree. Vjeen Boole, illustrated, socts. , Dr. (wean ia the nnlw nliwlM i .1.- City who warrants cures or no pay. All languages spokes An Blurt rated Work I7S I 1 1 551 if I II im ?? P? counselor liirtiiiiinusiu "u the tnnrrird ami mar- GUIDE ofti sexual system, it abuses. cu., Ui.-t discoveries in the scitnct of reproduction ; 'how to ried relations Male anrt fnule. b truly happy in the married relation. vounsr ana uijoc.le aea saotua reaa atid cr middle al should mut atid preserv. H ; it contain information, which no one can anbrd to be with- eutt on how to preserve the health, and complexion, and Riveto faded cheeks the freshness of youth; the best and pruytrue aiamaKe uuiae in the world. Price 60 cents hv Mml. I Hm ,,! t .,r m.v ha wmoiHHl MHf.!1A.K The author niay b consulted personally or by nv ofthestibiecU mentioned in hi. vtirk AiIHmm mail on any ofthesubiecU mentioned i G. OIiDf, IS VVuhuigtoa t Chicago, ILL ' R sWa IP, ff A aa 1TR. BOHANNA1T8 Mrrit? Ouitie illutcnited with uttmcrousetiirraviiigB from I ife teaclu-s U the in uutiitiw ihould know on Courtship, Mamr, tb Physiological Mysterie md Hcveifttiont of the 8t Ytmi Mvartm hrtWtomrfl hi Altif 9f4l2 SECRETS. siiKiiiuoi iisnie, wua nnnareui oi valuable receipw. wnu anemia manry,?neiiponiin-m w mtmtE'e, tneir nt- nmffeJ ture and cure. Treats on all 1 jisrases. tufiv exnlaininff their . causes, symptoms aDdraeanatocure; ni.th.only really dentine work uithekrnd ever published, and ii complete) In every respect. Sent securely sealed on receipt ot 60 eta Address, Dr. C. A. !!!! anna, i North riita street St. Louis. Mo. EstablUhedin 18J7. Dr. JAMES, 04 Washington St., Cor.PfauUia, CHIOAUO. Chartered tT the Bute of Illinois ftH-theexpreas purpose of ffiviug immediate relief in aiicaaesoi priTaie.caroDic u ) oriuary tttseasea in a'l their t complicated forma. It.ii well krtowD Dr. James haa itood at the faed of the profasslea for th pmat thirty years. Age and expertMoe are all taper tant. Seatlaal WnkiMt. BtVitw?wtJauafV Btieht .ostes bv dreamt. Dim ple oq the face, lost manhood, can poiitWely be cured, Ladiea wasting tbe most delicate attention, oall or write. Pleaiant home for patients. A bonk for the millionMarriage Guide which tell), von all about tbeae disease, who should marry, why not, 10 cents to pay pcetatre. Dr. Jkmes haa fifty rooms and parlors. Yon see do one but the Ttoctor. Office hours, 9 a. m.te 7 P.m. ; Sunday, 10 to 12. Dr. J amen is 60 years of age. DR. BUTTS' DISPENSARY !I.h Thirty years experience in the treatment Oi Sexual and Chronic DxeascBot'both sexet. r. BlTTN9latrlar.a.(l. u A Phveiolog-ical View of Marriage r for the married and those contemplating nmrriage, outheinynterieaot Kproduct ion and the secret infirmities ot vouth. manhoxl an! womanhood An illustrated book ot260 pages, for private reading, which should be kept under lock and key. Senttinderaeal forSOcts. A PRIVATE MEDICAL TREATTBE on all diseases of a PriVA.e Nature in both sexes, the abuses and dis orders of the sexual system, arid the means otcure, 150 page Vith engravings, sent undtraeal tor 25 ets. MEDICAL ADVICE on bexualand Chronic Diseases, Seminal V-'eaknes, Catarrh, Camer, Rtiptnre the Opium Habit, &t, aAOpae work sent under seal for 19 eta. AH three books ooutniniug 460 pages and everything worth knowing on the subject, sent securely sealed on re ceipt of 60 eta. Address, Dr. Butts1 Dispensary, No.l2N.8thst.,St. Louis, Mo. CabUsheS mi.y Br. Whittier, 6S7 St. Charles street, St. Louis, Mo. A rwrolsr graduate of two Miwikal CoI!eg, tu ISeen tonfer ns-vceii In the .poei.l traaiawm of ail Vorsral, Sexual audChroii-3 l-.jeaBoa tain cy wher Pbistdan ia SU Luuis, .! p -irs aUo, sod all otat nuidauu know, Fyp'.ills, Gor.orrhtcs, Cioet, Strictura, Or ebitis. Herf ia, or Rur'titr all Urinary Diseases and 8yphiS.iio or inorcurial anot.unt of thai throat, s:n or b-n, am traaaaa with nnparalUM uoeeu, on latut sointlflo prloeiuU. Safely, PriTataly. Spermatorrrusa, Sexual Debility and Impot ncy, as thererortor Beirhaaeio youth, seitial sxooiea tnaiatureryoflrs.orother o"s?s, and wni;h prodaea soma of the foihwlng efTe -ts: nervjuB!a seminal amlsslona, diblUty, dimnoia of sight, dsfectlrs xnemory. pimples on tha faoe, physical decay, aversln to aociaiy of females, confusion of Ideas, loss o." sexual power, eu., rvsderlog marrlaffa lmproperorunhttppy.are permmnnUyoaro. Pamphist (6 pogtis) rolatuig to Ui abvvo. scut in sealed envelopes, for two poitA?B stamps. Consultation at otfioa ar by mall tree, rod Invited, o friendly taJfcor his opinion costs nothing. When It is inooovctaant to visit the city for treatment, nWwiiieacca bo sent by ctorose c-r xnall ere ry where. Curo chie ca rnsrantc '1, heradoabtrEl.tS It in fraaklystated. Offlca bourn: U A. il. to II". U. Buaoaja, ia X. to I P. Ii. Pamphlet, to any address, for Two Stamp. MANHOOD'i'oW"" WOMANHOOD ISoen Boat Honied, all thrae, for SO Cents. Manhood and Womanhood in German, DOW logolher, lllustratsd, 15 Cents. rSS&r I GUIDE. Eleeant cloth and gilt bindinft. Scaled for 60a. Over fi:t wcuJerrul pea ri'"3' 11 u0 10 lrU;'coa too following utjoca: Voo may Birry, , who not, why. I'ro"r art to m..rrv. true tnurrr first, Manhood, woman-t-i,PbTdcai ducarv 1 Ofiect of oelitoey and uoasa. VijE5oiiJ marry ; llowllf jand happiness may be inorea'ted. f PbyaloSsgy of lU'nroao.tion, aud many mora. YnoM jaarrtedoreoutsniilaiiug ruarnaffOshonklreaaU. Arteralif--! ifiVracii-'C, Insitertfrom huatan as won as moral ecnrkilon. It oiiiht to bo read by all adult perwins. f.'cn lOSsd I1J.M laid arouml cr lost. aaltia i worthy af ra-rsau.a. It cn j:a.n tho oroam of medical liter atnra tbou.-h.t. rMVrea man exfnsive prjetioe. and worm " any "o5o wao wia grto it a carolul poruaul, tea tsmea Po'Sl'iirkairton. snmo ns abore. outpaper coTer.JM page, 85 cbnta by mail, t'iiapcst rood-jiilds In Aiaerioa. i et tUW"' DAiUrsiu, eaoiosia amouut, j DR. WHITTIER, 617 St. Charles street, St. Louis, Mo. DR. WHITTIER, 17 St. Charles St., St. Louis, Mo., treats all forms of Venereal Diseases, Seminal Emissions and Sexual Debility, with unparalleled success. No matter who failed, call or write ; pam phlet or consultation free. Can refer to the medical profession in all parts of the country. Medicines perfectly safe. CHILLS AND FEVEE, AGUE, &C. Cured or Money RcfunBed by Using IVIAGUIRE'S AGUE MIXTURE Price, $1 00 per bottle. Maguire's Cunduranso Bitters Cures Complaints of LITER, BLOOD, KIDNEYS AMU iuavu Ia the Vegetable Substitute tor Calomel; con- taius no alcohol. The best ann-Diiious purt'u known, operating on the bowels without pain, nan sea or griping. Diarrhcaa, Dysentery, Cholera Morbus, FLUX, SUMMER COMPLAINT, &C, Relieved at once by MAGUIRE'S BENNE PLANT. The Thirty Years Specific. For Lung Affections, Bionchttis, Consump tion, Irritation ot tbe Ltarvnx, 1 nroat, and Chest, &c, use MAGUIRE'S Tar, Glycerine, Whisky k Eock Candy Price, $1 00 per bottle (new remedy). PTTRS ! PILES ! PILES All forms relieved andenred by aguires White Eose Pile . Cure. price, 0 per pot. . For COUGHS AND COLdOS use Maguire's Expectorant, IT CANNOT BE EXCELLLU. Price, 50 cts per bottle. Mir4'8Bou ii " Is WARRANTED TO BE THE BEST. Large Bottles $1 00. J. & O. MAGUIRE, ' BOL FBOFBIBTOB8, Sold hv ll!Dru(?gists. 8 r.,lA)UlS. MU wmmm i- i i w rfi ItJa ." fit,. ADVERT1S1UGI aay pperor Daner. until you iwrtoar fite- .tm it Ui nt jroa MUuaf mod. viU mumly bwXoui AiiverUa'gas PubVg Co., Stimuli-Mo. f v 2r1 ' ' " 1 ry;.ix mot,cawi fem -v D -f--H 11 gggg?- ' i HMMTaJgl till f 1 M. "M. CORBETT, A-ijvuuxjcx at uw. Office In Mitchell A " JOHN B. EAWLSY, ATTOKKEY AND COUN8ELLOK AT LAW Office In Benraton'a Block. TIIinnlat EBNWOSTLT & BEAED5LEY i:t I iWaD AB?TRCS oyFICK. ROOMS, IN L. Court Honse. Jno. T. Kenworthv.Jaa. RcaM.. er- 10-S3dwtf. M.L.PINKLEY, USllCit ur T11K Collection Agent. ru-ACB AND GENERAL Baelnesa from a distance . It 26d3m . promptly attendedio. CHARLES W. O'NEILl A'Sb Cfv VOVXSKLQK AT LAW and Btnk, Rock Island. V .iSdwm McELITERNE & O'MARA. ATTORNETS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW 1 1 sua solicitor. 11 hn. 4m . "oiwyamioa.j.ii. B-souwly PIlY,SICIAN.ANi SURGEON. Reeidence ear. 1 vrieans ana OhioarrAAt. hovt Ann trut.. urng Store. Office over BenaerA Thomas' Drug tore. Market Sqnare, office honri 10 to 12 a. m., te r- 7-14d&wlj aOWAED D. BWBKHBT. WtLLlaM JACKgOli a SWEENEY & JACSSON, ATTORNEYS AND eOTJNSELLORS AT LAW Utnce lltir I-'r'tU. . i , ,i 1 1 1 . i .. -.,.. t t i and. Illinois. lt-lPdlT M. Jl. 8TUBQBON. LTJCIAK ADAM. STURGEON & ADAMS. ATT5RKYS AND COTJNSEIjORS AT LAW. ri urace in Mitchell & Lynde's bloek, Rock Island llh Have comnlein act t.t (tA.,1. ,.f a),a.i-tan Title of Lands in Kock Uland County. THOMAS YATES, IS PREPARED TO DO PLUMBING IN ALL ITS branches, also. Gas and Steam Kittfnjf . Call and haveeetiinateeinaile before ordering your work doce by other ponies. THOMAS YAlBri.(Uvee,)Rock Island. Orleans Street Livery, A HENRY, LIVKRY FEED, SALE AND t Boardintr Stable. Parties and Funerals a Spe ciality. Orleans Street, between Buffalo and Ea- jnargea reasonable. 'a-sdlj HAIR DYE. BATCHELOR'S CELEBRATED HAIR DYE. beet in the world. The inventor thae nsed thin splended Hair Dve for 87 years with benefit to the hair, and no injury to bis health ; proof that it is the only true and perteet Dye, Harmless, reliable, matantaneons. No disappointment; no ridiculous tints; remedies the ill etlecta of bad dyes; leaves the hair soft and beautiful Black or Brown. Sold and properly applied at BATCHLOR'S Wig Fac tory, No. 18 Bond street, K, Y, Sold by all drug gists. MOSQUITO BITES, VEGETABLE PQ1SQMS, Rine-Worm, Burn., Chilblains, Itchine of the Head and all Eruptions of the Skin, Face or Body imme diately cured by Batchelor'e Curative Oiuttnent. Sold wholesale aud retail at Factory, No. lb1 Bond street, and by all druggists. V. 4. BnTCHELOH'S HUSH SE.L Oil for the Hair. The Best Hair OU;ln.use BEAUTIFUL TEETH ! WHITE AS PEARLS ! Sound, Healthy Gum, Breath Fragrant as the Rose Becjred by using W. A. Batclielsr's uenlurice. feoio wnoiesaie ana retail at f actory, o. lb Bona street, N. Y. and by all druggists. V, I BATCHELMR'S M OETIQOE Black or Bri wn for tintine tbe Ha. I Whiskers or Mastachois without greasing them, . Sold wholesale and retail at factory, IB Bond St. New York, and by ail druggists. Ask for them. MATCHES; PENNSYLVANIA Safety Matches. THERE ARE MANY AC'CILENTY AKD FIRES I which occur from The nse of the ordinary sul phur anil parlor mutches. Either kiuii of these matches ignite readily upon any Mirfuce. To pre vent fire or accident, which are liable to occur from their careless use Kl'UKAiM SMITH. 19 St. John St., Philadelphia, invented a match known an Pennsylvania Safety Match," which needs only one trial for the public to know its importance. Ite peculiarity is that it cannot be ienited except on the special preparation furnished with each box. They do not emit any disagreeable odor or maka a,iy startling, crackling sound on being ignited. They contuin neither sulphur nor phosphorus, neither are they poisonous. Another important point is that they are perfectly safe in the bands of children: and the rats and mice carry ing them off can do no damage. Mr. Smith also manufacturers u special rubber to be placed near match safes, thereby making these matches as con venient as those which ignite on anv surface. With these improvements they are very desirable for private dwellings aud business houses In whith eombnstible matter is kept. In case one shonld be dropped on the floor there would be no aanger of Its burning the carpet or igniting i by any acciden tal means. Grocers have them for sale. Also man ufacturer of Parlor and Sulphur matches. STAR HORSE NAILS! The Best in the Woria. MADE BY THE jJJ CHICAGO, ILLS. Allonr Nails are j Pointed, Finished and Blued READY FOR DRIVING. s" Warranted to give satisfaction. For sale by all leading Iron and Hardware Houses, also by Stew art & Montgomery, Kock laianu, 111. E00T3 & SHOES . KELLY & RETICKER, NO. 6 E. ILLINOIS ST., Sole Agents in this locality for the HERSOME DOUBLE-BUCKLF gaITBR i THE BEST SHOE EVER MADE. ' Call anfl examine them. 10-7dwtf Cement, Plaster, &c. MIL CD. Wl 1 riSTORAGE&CSSIOMI . H .U.I.IHOI3 (Continued from second mee.) woIk hi print, insus! with men pfless than Wtb sierian intellect, "fcfid liearttty wLshiuir you suoces tub publication you haye under taken, 1 haye the honor to be yours res-' pecttully, i v (J, U. Brennan. , ; After Brennan a man named Milroy was connected with the Independent for a short time but I have not been able to learn anything concerning him. COLl M. 8. BARNES. . The. merely personal matters of interest conuected with Col. Barnes are meutioned in the history of the Union, with which paper he wa9 better known han with ,( any other and the daily of which he was the founder. r j.a.kuck. :J Mr. Ruck was the founder of the weekly Union, and is also sufficiently mentioned in its history. THE CITIZEN 1858. ? In May 1856 P. M. Linuehan started a job printing office in Moline in connection with Wallace & Sickles, known as the VFranklin Book and Job Printing House." (quite a high souuding name for so small a concern) Sickles, Wallace & Lionehan "proprietors. In July, the Cither was started by F. M. Linnehan.as a semi weekly Dem ocratic paper, of small size. In Septemlter Linnehan admitted James Bowie as a partner. Id January, 1859, they enlarged the paper to nine columns to th p&e and published it as a weekly.' In. . February Liunehan sold out to Bow:,e, on time, taking a mortgage- The paper was nut a success, and as Bowie could not pay, the paper ceased to exist some ' time during the summer of 1859 andjjiunehau took pos session of the property, and, in 1863, moved the material to Marengo, Iowa, where he started the Iowa Valley Gazette, continuing its publication until November, 1864, when he sold tho establishment to Ion. Hugh Martin, a prominent lawyer of Marengo, and went to Dubuque, where he still resides and is employed as a compos itor on the Dubuque Herald. Of his per sonal history I know nothing. Bowie was sufficiently noticed in con nection with the Rock Island News. THE REPUBLICAN -1865. From 1862, when the Independent ceased, to 1865, no newspaper was printed in Moline, but late in the year 1865 Win. ft 1- 1 . a n. Jenkins started a sis-column paper there, called the Moline Republican. It was Republican in politics, and the town being in need of such a paper it prospered In 1S67 it was enlarged to an eight column paper, and in June of that year Mr JenkiDS sold the establishment to Capt. Haverstick, who closed the office, and Moline was again without a newspaper. Mr. Jenkins was probably born in Ken tucky.but at 10 years of ago he was learning the printer's trade in Galena, in the office of the Northiceslern Gazette and Galena Advertiser. AfUr learning his trade he worked some time as journeyman, and then entered Knox College, lie was poor and taught school occasionally to earn money to ocmplete his fctudies, but net being able to go on with the course, he left and obtained woik at his trade in Sprincfield. He there studied law in Mr.Lincoln's office and was admitted to the bar and opeLed an office. Not succeeding he returned to his first trade. He was well educated and was a good writer. In 18&6 he came to Davenport and found work there. During the presidential campaign of 1860 he aided in editing the Daily Review a Democratic paper in Muscatine, Iowa. In 1861 he came to Rock Island and worked in The Argus office. He was afterwards employed as a stenographic reporter ot the proceed ings of the Missouri legislature for the As sociated Press. In 1865 he started the Mo line fapitWica?i,8elIing it in 1867,and going to Desmoines, I wa, where, iu connection with Clint Parkhurst, he purchased the Statesman, a daily and weekly paper. The j enterprizc was not a success and he re turned to his home in Moline, much broken in health. He has never been well since. He now resides in Ann Arbor, Mich, and occasionally works at his trade,though his health is quite poor snd irregular. He still owns a line lot and two dwellings iu Moline. (To be concluded to-morrow.) Printing, Binding and Blank-Book work i specialities at The Argus Office. No pains will be spared to please customers. hatislaction euaranteed. tr Ja tbe safest end the best, to Instantaacrcms fa i tA adekm, mA icprotrooeR we moBtnfttnrai snaaeiox dukk or uruwn, tioem atain the skin, and ia caUy Applied. Itia etaadaid twrAtinn. mnA & f&varita uikhi everv WBil -antointei toi prietor. ft o. boa eiix, new vortu EASEETS, BASKETS. DEALERS WILL FIND IT TO THEIR INTER eet to patronize tbe Burlington Basket Factory. We manufacture all kind, styles and size, of bas kets, and at figures that will dely competition. Or- aers ana correeponaence aonoieu. totu win re ceive prompt and careful attention. . J. I). Jflll.l.li.11 s, cu. Burlington, Iowa. JOLIZT STONE WEI. A. STEEL, Joliet Stone (Juarries. I , , il m I - - ' - - -v - Dimension. Flagging. Hubble and every kind of BUILDING AND MONUMENTAL STONE. These are tbe most extensive Quarries In thia ection of conntrv. shloDins more stone than all the others put together, oi u tnicRnesses, iroin two inches to fifty-two inches thick; and ;he quan tity quarried is so great that almost any order can be aaeo on tne spot. j - Executor's Notice. ESTATE OF JAMES BRODEMCK. Deceased. The nndcrsiEned. havins been anDOinted Ezecn- trtx of the Last Will and i'tstameu; of James Brod erick, late of the Cunty of Kock Island. State of Illinois, deceased, hereby eive notice that she will I appear before the Cunoty Court of Rock Island I Countv, at the office of the Clerk of 'aiil conrt, in the citv of Rack Island, at tha May Term, on the Third Monday in May next, at which time all per sons having claims against said estate arc notified and requested to attend, for the purpose of having i tbe same adjusted. All persons indebted l saw estate are requested to make Immediate payment to tne unaersignea. .. l'ated uus Xbtn oay or aarcn, a. u. iot.. MRS. BRIDGET BRODEBICK, 3-86dmon4w . , Executrix OCEIiAHD,.... CHEW-SMOKE fttSl4SirIit TOBACCO rH-"'ra wrio.ui. ri. r sj an. fJP TAKE NO (OTHER, fY FOR SALE BT ALL DEALERS THE PlCm8 TCJACC3 13. I.CCILYI, R.V WOHBEEFTJI. SUCCESS! 25,000 of the CENT E I A t ' EXPOSITION .ii DESCRIBED AND ILLUSTRATED So'dtnfiOdays It being the only complete low price wort. (770 pages, only $2 50 , reating of the entire history , grarm buildings, wonderful exhibits curiosities, great ilayr. etc. : lllnstrated, and fl Cenper than any other: Everybody wants it. One now agent e reared 350 In fun r weeks. 8,000 agents wanted. Send tjoickly for proof of above, opinions of official, clergy and prees; sample pogeg, full de scription, and extra terms. , HUBBARD BROS.. i'ublishers, 6i Lasalle Street. Unicago, ill ' pRIlTlrill BswAivsof falsely claimed otticills UnU I lllil and worthies books. Send for proof SCD a week in yoorown town. Terms ft $5 outfit 0 0 tree. U. HALLE1T & COl, Portland, Me. 25 Extba Fike Mixed Cards, with name, 10 cts. post paid. L. Jokes & Co., Nassau, N. Y. 1 DRUNKARD STOP ! C. C. BEERS. M. D.. (formerly of Boston, has a barmteea ure for INTEMPERANCE, which; can be given without the knowledge of the patient. Also one for the Opium Habit, Permanent cures guaranteed in both. Send stamp for evidence. Ask drnggista for it. Address BEaRS & CO., Birmingham, Conn. $CC C77 Week to Agents. flOOutfit Free $JvH vPl P. O. Vickeby, Augusta, Maine Af A a day at home. Agents wanted. Outfit and 0 I C terms free, TRUE CO., Augusta, Me. PENSIONS No matter how slightly disabled. Increases bow paid. Advice and circular free. T. KcMichakl, Att'y, 707 Sausom street, Philadelphia, Pa ' -- ric Extra Fine CArdb, no two alike, with name, 4LQ 10 cts. J. ii. Hakuek, Maiden Bridge, N. Y. S5 a S20 per flay at Home. Samples worth f 5 free. Stinson & Co. Portland, Maine. A DAY. now TO MAKE IT, Some thing New and Saleable. Address COE, YOUNG & CO.. 6th and Walnut St, St., Louis, Mo. MIXED cards, with name, fOc. Samples for 3c stamo. C. B. LINDSKY & CO., Nassau. New Y'ork fjyo ADVERTISERS. Send for our Local List of NewsoaperB. Sent oree on application. GEO. P. ROW ELL & CO., 41 Park Row, N Y. COMMISSION WORK & DROUIN, CIiAIN Coiriiiiissioii Merchants, PHILADELPHIA PA. M. B. EUEHNEMUNDT & CO., GENERAL Commission Merchants, No. 11" S. Main Street, ST. LOUIS. . .. MO. Solicit shipments of Grain. Hiden, Tallow, Wool, Feathers muter, &ggs, aud other country Produce LUm ral i.'ah advai:cea made on Bills of Ladins Ordeis f.-r Cement and .Merchandise of all kinSs promptly st ended to. F. HOPP & GO., 817 Washington Street, 1SW YORK. EBCHMITS, For the sale of Butter. Cheese, Eggs, Poultry, Game, &c. GOOD SALES AND PROMPT RETURNS Full Market Prices guaranteed. Send for Price Current and Marking Plate. EDUCATIONAL. ROCK ISLAND T. A. PREY, Principal. H THIS ! COLLEGE AIMS TO GIVE Ap CS I thorough and complete course in SB A SHORTHAND, BOOK-KEEPING ARITHMETIC, COMMERCIAL LAW. w BUSINESS CORRESPONDENCE, e J and the preparatory English branches. Terms reasonable. Night School f-om 0-- CO ober to Mav ll-ltwt Special Advantages. Eight eminent Professors as Instructors. The Best and most Elegant Rooms tn the West. Boarding Club. Good board $1.50 to f 4 a week' Three First-class Penmen constantly employed Superior individual instruction in Book-keeping, Commercial Law. Invaluable to business men, Commercial Arithmetic, thorough and practical. Unequaled advantages for learning Telegraphy. 10. These advantages are voeeeseed bv no otha ecuoji. Aaarees MONTAGUS & LILLIBRIDGE Davenport, Iowa t0 Please state where von .aw thi. card. Vegetable Compound. WOMEN! TJSE LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S Vegetable Compound THSibURE CURE FOR PROLAPSUS UTERI, -AND A11 Femille ComPlaiuts 1 I AKemeoy mat wrapiaiywKiDgmc puce oiaa . I llVWaWVilDltfl U1C Cure of an Female Weaknesses 1 This Compound, which s purely vegetable, haa emireij curea me . most stuoDorn cases tnat nave battled tne skill of our best physicians, and (boos ands of persons who were considered as incurable Detore ttiis rcmeoy was Olscoverea have been re stoied to perfect health by its use. Wcrth $1,000 in a Single Case. Bukunotok, Yr , Dec. 15th, 1876. Mhs. Ltd; a li. l'lNKaait :- It is with uleaiure that we art bie t say thut in every case reported to u )oar VBUkTAH(.B Coxrot'MD has given uni versal satisfaction. One gentleman told us to-dav tnat t; na i cone nts nt a thousand oollara worth of gouft, aj e exoresaed It. Our customers with out a single exception, speak of it in tbe highest terms ot praise. You are at liberty to nntke use of this in advertising if yoo choose. Tours very re spectfully. JU. B. fcTKAKNS & CO., DraggtoU. ISfTbe Pamphlet "Guide to Wonieu" will be sent free to anv address by enclosing stamp to L.XL11A Jsi. rlrtxLJtiaM, l.ynn, M&fcS. Lydia E. PinXharnt Vegetable Compound Is sold by all Druzgists at $1 per bottle. Whole sale Agents George C. Goodwin & Co., No. 88 Hanover street, and Carter, Harris 'iawtey, No 334 Waebingtea street. Bob ton. a tip . .iiTASAGiarT in 30 CoWlMlSSSQH 1 ' sss 1 I PekiD mmSF south. 'eona, sonviilo E. E. THE DIRECT ROUTE TO. PEXIN, HAVANA, SPRINGFIELD, .f mJ. " V ' IriltGINia, BEAKD8T0WN, n f! !1 1 , JACKSONVILLE, 8T. LOUIS And all Southern Cities. The Shortest, Quiekest and Best Line from ; Peoria to'; Kansas City 4 :' ' ; Ais-i) the West. !g! MomiDg train from Peoria.- , f j ? This Is the only line running a NIGHT TRAIN between . I hkago and Jackson vi He h : i With Sleeping Car attached. Trains of Peoria & Rock Island Railway make direct connection in Peoria with trains of Peoria Pekic & Jacksonville R. R. FwKELSEY, s CHAS. MAEABB, : Superintendent. Gen'l T'kt Agent. hicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railroad. - THE OLDEST, MOST PERFECTLY EQUIPPED AND BEST MANAGED LINE. . u Connecting .the ireat Lakes 4 Missouri River. Makes close eonne'ctlons with all diverging Rail road anu steaniDoat Lines at cnacago, uonet, yi tawa. La Salle. Peoria, and Rock Island, Illhio; Davenport-AVest Liberty, Iowa City, Grenell, Des Moines and Council Bluffs, Iowa; Omaba, Neb, Muscatine, Colnmbus Junction. Washington. Fair- aeld, Fiona and Belknap, Iowa ; Trenton, Cameron ind Beverly. Missouri ; Atchison and Leavenworth, Passenger Trains leave Rock Island : OOINO SAST. OOIN8 WIST. ', Day Express 8:35 a. Jf.' 6:30. , ureau Accommodation 4.30 p. m . 9:55 a. m. ight Express 10.00 P. m J.05p. k, ELEGANT -: Palace Say and Sleeping Coaches Ara run on all Through Trains. For Tickets apply to Geo.M.Looeley Ticket Agant. NT .in, Pu..niT.r 1 1. .it,,. ror rreignt Kates, xnrougn Bins i.aaing, con tracts, or any general information, call on j.b. Hanley, iKreicht Agent, at New freight Office. root of Adams, near Illinois street. A.M. SMITH, HUGH RIDDLE, Gen. Pass. Ag't Chicago. V. Prea't and Gen. Supt. i unicago. A. KIMBALL. J.A.UANLS1. Ass't Gen. Supt. Freight and Contracting Agt. ueo. m. LiOosi,t. Ticket Agent. hicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul RAILWAY. THE GREAT THROUGH LINE Chicago-Northwest, WISOONSIU, NOSTSZSN IOWA, Minnesota, Dakota, '. Manitoba, AND THE BLACK II ILLS. Passing through a Finer Conntrv. with Grander Scenery, and connecting more Business Centers and Pleasure Reports man any otner Northwestern Lane. Connecting in Chicago with ail Eastern and Southern Lines. Chicago Depot: Cor. Oanal and W. Madison St. Horse Cars and Stage Lines for all parts of the City constantly passing. Chicago City Office 61 and b3 Clark St. THE ONLY THROUGH LINE BETWEEN CHICAGO, Milwaukee. Sparta, La Orosse, Winona Madison, McGregor. Owantonna, ST. PAUL AND MINNEAPOLIS. Traversing the Valley of the Upper Mississippi Uiver, and along the shore of Lake Pepin, aLd througli Northern Iowa and Central Minnesota. t3"Palace sleeping Cars and Dav Coftcher, with WestinghouHc'a Improved Automatic Air-Brake on all through trains. : a. v. u. cAitrjeisTfcit, General Pas. and Ticket Ae'L S.S.MERRILL, JNO. C.'GAULT, Gen 1 Manager. Ass't Gen 1 Manager mrr time VIA THE PEOBIA & KOCit ISLAND AND Toledo, Peoria & Warsaw ROUTE. Tlironli Trains as follows : I New York Cincinnati i Atlantic i Special. ; Express, j .Express. Jan. 21, 1877 Lv. Rock Island.. 140pm 8 55 " 715 " "ii 30"" 1 30 am Galva Peoria 845am 12 55 a m 7 30am 5 30 " Ar. Chicago ...... 4 80pm Sheldon Lafayette " Indianapolis.. " Cincinnati.... " Louisville .... " Logausport.. " Columbus Pittsburgh ... " Washington.. ' Baltimore . . " Phi'adclphia.. " New Y'ork.... Boston. 1 05 3 05 5 50 10 30 11 10 4 40 4 20 " i 8 40 ' j 8 80 " I 12 35 pini 7 45 " 012am; 8 45am 6 10 pm 2 Ml am 907pm 10 " 8 45 " 6 45 " 615 am VI 45 a in 7 50 9 07pm 7 30 7 20 10 20 7 45 " ! 7 35 " 10 25 " 8 40pm 6 15 am Through Cars from Peoria to Indianapolis, Cl cinnati or Chicago on day and night trains. Cincinnati Express has Reclining Chair Car through to Indianapolis and Cincinnati. REGULAR TICKETS, AND SPECIAL LIMITED TICKETS For sale at rates always as low as tbe lowest. Low Rates. Quiclj: Time, and , first class accom modations are fast making the t T., P. & W. EOUTE 0?THB MOST POPULAR IN THE WEST. Send, for Map Folder. A. L. HOPKINS, Gen'l Manager, i twh. A NEW LINE ! MOB MlID IT. THROUGH TRAINS Leave PEORIA, -JOB- DECATUR, rrinT"ri: tt a r.ai t- GREEN CASTLE, INDIANAPOLIS CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, COLUMBUS, CLEVELAND, 15UrAL.O, PITTSBURGH, ALTO ON A, , HARIUSBURH BA I TIM ORE, WASHINGTON, PHILADELPHIA New Yorfc Bostorn AND ALL POINTS EAST. But ONE CHANGE of Cars between Peorja a New York, Eastern and Soathern points. This line makes quicker time from Peoria to Eastern points than anv other line. For Time Schedule, see Map Folders ef IUoU saiujauu railway. i . -f ROBT EMMETT. CHAS B. FOLLETTJ Eastern Pass. Ag't. Gen'l Ticket Ag't, IndianaDolis. Ind. - Terre Hante. e, i nd AalTCHCOCK Gen'iSaB'., feireHauta, la Peorfd Mck Island r.A.Y. L .'SHORTEST ROUTE TO THE Trains leave Rock Island. 8:00 a, tnBoutfj Eastern Express. 1:12 p. m.. Mail aud Cincinnati Express. 6:00 p. m., Western Express. 8:25 p. m.. Way Freight. Th-e. jK) Ss m train makes close connections al Oal--''w1ti-''CC-ll. A Q., for Aledo and Keitsburg; arrives in Peoria at 10:15 a m., making close con nections with P., P. & J. for Jacksonville, Spring field, St. Louis and all points touih ai.d southwest ; also with 1. U. W., T. r. Si w., ana Illinois Mid land, fori' tie Hautt!Iud4napolis, Cincinnati and Louisville add sjl eaatcnf AC 4 foutheastern points. Tae lD p. m.v,trarS makes -lose connection at Galva lthC. B. .Affair .poiits west, arriving at Quincy at 9:45 p in. ; arriving at Peoria at 6:30 p m; making close connections with 1. B. & W., and T. P. & W. roads for Indianapolis, connecting there witn an last trains tor east ana soutn. M This is decidedly the best route for the southeast. ISTFAST TIME. SURE CONNECTIONS, and rates as low as by any other route. J. V. MAHONEY, $.'1L HILLIARD, Receiver, Peoria', NATIONAL DESPATCH Fast Freight Line for Detroit, Milwaukee, ; Chicago, St. Louis, Bock Island, Davenport, Quincy, Omaha And all points West, No TfansliiTniciit. Hark Packages NATIONAL DESPATCH. Western Agents Sahtel Smith, St. Louis, Mo. F. A. Uowe,!)3 & 95 Lake Streei, Chicago. Ill "THE WASHINGTON CITY SCUTE' Baltimore & Ohio R. R. THE SHORTEST, QUICKEST ONLY DIRECT EOUTE TO Washington and -Baltimore WITh'biBKCT COMKlCTlONS FOB HtlOI, LYII1G, . istoholk: aud "i THE SOUTHEAST. Philadelphia, N. York, Boston THE EAST. TKHVELEK8 DESirtlNO A Speedy, Pleasant and Comfortable Trip SHOULD BKMEMSEli THAT THE Saltioore & Ohio Railroad 19 CELEBRATED FOB ITS Elegant Coaches. Splendid. Hotels, Grand and Beautiful Mountain and Valley Scenery, and the many points of Historical Interest along its line. Fare will ALWAYS bo as Low , as by any other X.ine. PULLMAN PALACE CARS RCN THBOUGH Without Change BSTWEEN THE PWSClrAI. Western and Eastern Cities. For through Tickets, Baggage Checks, Movement of Trains, Sleeping Car Accommodations, &c, ap ply at Ticket Offices at all priacipal points NORTH, SOUTH EAST OR WEST. E. R. DORSEY, L. M. COLE. Ass't Gen'l Ticket Ag't. ' Gen'l Ticket Ag't. TIIOS. P. BARKY, THOS. R. SHARP, Western Pass. Ag't. Mastei of Transp'n. THE MOST POPULAR QRTH iO uDOTH LIB IN IOWA. IS THE BarliogtoB. Cedar Hapids & 'Northern Railway. 2 PASSENGER TRAINS EACH WAY DAILY, (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED.) Going North 11 :15 a. m. ; 10:38 p. m. Going South 7:30 a. m. ; 8:28 p. m. Palace Sleeping cars, owned and operated by thia line, accompany all night trains. CONNECTIONS AE AS FOLLOWS: At Barlington with Toledo, Peoria A Warsaw R'y for Peoria, Indianapolis, Lafayette and Cincinnati ; with Chicago, Burlington & Ouincy R. It., for Chi cago, Keokuk, Quincy and St Louis West to Ottum- wa auu an joinis in aiDne snu i.eurasaa, auu wiia Burlington A booth western K'y, for Farmington, moomneiu ana all points in -Missouri and hansas. At Columbus Junction, with Chicago & South western Railroad forWashington and) Leaen worth. At Nichols. with Muscatine Division B. C, R .& A). tor Muscatine. At West Liberty, with Chicneo. Rock Island fc Pacific- Railroad, for Iowa City, Desmoines, and Davenport. At Cedar Rapids, with Milwaukee Division of B, C R & M for Independence, West Union, Postville, ana McGregor; with Chicago & Northwestern Rail way, lor omana. council tsiuns ana cnicago, ana with Dubuque & Southwestern R'y for Dubuque. . At w aturioo aca ceflar rails, with Illinois cen tral Railroad for Independence, Dubuque, Fort Dodge and Sioux City, At snell Kock with Stage tor Waverly. At Nora Junction, with Milwaukee & St Paul Railway, for Mason Citv and Charles City. At Plymouth with Milwaukee & St. Paul Railwav for all points in Mi'nuyeota. At fct t'aul, lor all points on Northern faciflc Hailway, the great Lake Superior retrion. and all points North aud Northwest. E. F. WINSLOW, Gen'l Manager. C.J rVES. Gen'l Pass. & Ticket Agent, Cedar Kapids, Iowa Noticb Chakob FAST TIME -- """" : VIA THE E0CK ISLAHD AND B. & W. ROUTE. Tlir'oug'li ii, in as follows: I. Mail andi Kjnrvas, I Atlantic Eastern A Express, Souttern Ex Lv Rock Island. 1 6 00 A.M. 8 05 " 8 85 a.m. 10 20 " 4 85 " il200p.lt. 6 25 " i 1 45 " 815 " 3 05 " 11 85 " I 6 00 " 4 25 P.M. 10 15 " 745 1110 " 1 45 p. . 4 03 ' 715 " 9 25 " 1115 " 1 10 A.M. 4 00 " 9 00 " 8 30 " dalva Peoria Ar Bloomiftgtoa " champaign . - uanvme ., u Indiana polis. " Cincinnati . . Louisville Mail and Express hasTbroneh Coach from Galea burgh and Reclining Chair Sleeping Car from P orla to Indianapolis without change. Atlantic Kxprera arrives in Philadelphia 7:20 j m.; New York 10:20 p.m., and all Eastern and Southern cities in be morning; bct oke kigbt out, snd one train in advance of Chicago i.nes. , , r , COMPARE TIME TAB: ES. Eastern aud Southern Es"trees has Reclining Ctir Sleeping Car wi? h Sute Rooms. Peoria to Cincinnati. tar"Bear n mind, that , this is the Only Daily Train from Peoria reaching Philadelphia, New Y'ork and all Eastern cities in the morning. It will be an absolute necessity in order to secure comfortable lodgings daring tbe Centennial to reach Philadelphia at an early hour. Bend -for copy ot our Centennial and Tourist Guide and New Map Folder. JNO W. BROWN, Gen'l Pass &9cketAg"t IndianoDolis. Ind. T. J. BTJFORD, Gen'l Agent, Davensort, Ia. '. l:50p,'m.j May and Cincinnati Express 1 6;I a, m Way Fttight; w Trftiae trrive at Rcl Island.