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SBWABB-OF WORTHLESS IMITA TIONS AND COUNTEBIEITS. IROWN'S ESSENCE Or Si PKBPARSD ONLY BY Frederick Brown PHILADELPHIA, PA. THIS RELIABLE PREPARATION, one of the oldest of American Pharmaceutical Products, still maintains its enviable reputation, and finds a steadily increasing sale without advertising, aud In spite of piracy. Its high reputation hag tempted the cupidity of parties, whose only excuse for their unfair simula tions, exists in the great popularity of the original, and accidental simlTaritv of their names. BROWN'S KSSENCK UP JAMAICA GINGER is protected by the private Proprietary Stamp of the manufacturer, which is incoiporated with the steel plate engraving. The attention of Druggists and -the trade gecerally, is called to the Price List of ENSLISH & FRENCH MEDICINES AND PHARMACEUTICAL PREPARATIONS, Which will be mailed on application. FREB2MCK BROWN, Established 18-J2 1 IMPORTING, MANUFACTURING AND DIS PENSING CHEMIST, North Kast Corner Fifth and Chestnut Streets PHILADELPHIA, PA. Brown's GINGER will be found invaluable in oil cases of Cramp orother disorders caused bychange of water or bad water, and a few drops used regu larly by travelers will usually act as a Preventive, and ward off such attacks. To the aged and those recovering from Illness, a small quantity with a .lttle sweetened water will be found to give strength and refreshment: the Ginger having no reaction, which is the great objection to the nse o! alcoholic stimulants. Producing all the good effects of a Mustard Plaster, (without the possibility of blister lug the skin.) its application on flannel is most effi cacious. And in the case of persons predisposed vo Rheumatism and Gouty Affections, ft is of great ervice, (used to rub with.) BP-Beware of Counterfeits. SEWlM MACHINES TheLITTLE MCNIT0'SITWING-KAC3INE The Greatest ficmevementorthe No Shuttle, no Bobbin, no re v i ndingof Thread. Uses theCommer- c al ipool direct, makes the " Lock 4 ' I t tStitch,"the"Chain the Ca- Si 1. .Ornamental i tec? ft I ,i '." i4i iKcn. jiux i MY ' 'VT, ixif-Adjusting V fj'l&Ti'iZrW Discounts to V- -i 4 . ' ?ood and relia- . J?" y.jh, - ,. c"-. 7 o'e agents. Send - Stamp forCircu'lar. i.L. DTJ LANEY & CO.. 744 Broadway,N.Y.City. THE JSTJBW SEWING rWIJP T7 i Ahead of all others in Improvements ! Self -Threading It is the Lightest Running ! The Simplest to Learn to Use ! The Most Durable' Never Skips Stitches! SBLf-SrrrisB Nkeole! . a, . .... 'I'm. u i i, t Never Skip Stitcubs; ivisK There ia no tnachiue which is so Kasilt Lbabned auu wn cn conioines a1Suj. .TPHinAjj' i For these anrt other reJ-o. lue A"Jp,tf,t,1! the Beet Machine for all purposes, and Warranted lo Klve entire sittwraction i " bmacl.ineryold.botthoPe 11 1 actUiupitsiie'i uuij mj , i i . tar mi Ch ntt Irt- OFFICE AMD 8TLK8HOOM 844 W ABA SB AVKKIH! CHICAGO,. IXi LB 811 Main Street, Davenport fjr AUKNTS WANTiti 1 MEDICAL. no cxbs: I NO PAYI ! 175 South Clark Street, Comer of Eosroe, ducago. HL ufe-... ... . - is sun treating all Jtrivat, Nervous, Chronic, and special diseases. Sperma torrhoea, impotency (sexual incapacity), female diseases and difficulties, etc. JVaT-ConsulMtirin nmmiallv K.. i "ler free. Green book. iiluctnitrH city who warrants cures or no pay. All lanjruaees sooken Dr. JAMES, ZoeJe Ilomntal. S04Washingtcm St, C Franklin, CHICAGO. , Chartered hj the State of Illin. is for theexpress purpose 4 oi Kiving immediate rellel la Ucueor!irivate,ctirik.'Bd ? Q"" ' - uim m b i weir . complicated forms. Kin veil known lr. Janice has stood at . . .... .1 ,.F t. . 1' . thopat thirty jre&ra. Arc .-,vi andasiperience are all lmpor .lA taut. Hrmlaal aha ar.--"Ayi.Jfcail(6S Citrbt InsiM liv rtrMma nlm. plea on th face, lost manhood, oaa pceitively be'oured. Ladies wanting the most delicate attention, oall or write. Pleanaat home for patients. A boos for the million Marriage Guide which tells you all about theae difte&ses. who should marry, why not. 10 oeiits to pay postaee. Sir. James has liftv rooms and parlors. You see no one but the Doctor. -Office hours, i a. m. to 7 S.m. ; Sunday, 10 to 12. Dr. James is 60 years of ago. . BR; BUTTS' DISPENSARY ctIKmo.1, Thirty years experience in the treatment of Sexual and Chronic Diseases ot both sexes. 7a7?i-wi BlTTJ'MarriajrOnll. IS if&A. A Fhysioloelcal View ofMarriaca Jortiie married ana those contvmplaiuiK tnarriage, on the mysteries of reproduct- rianhood and womanhood Art illustrated book oiSSflpaftej! I t private reading, whit-h nhouW iw kept under lock and key. sriituodrrsvAi f..r.'IIcis. , A PittVATE MEUiCAL tESATISJE on all diseases ot uFriva.-e Aaturein bith Sexes, tlie obujes and dis. orders ut tliesi-xuai system, and the ineansoicure.UU page V itlieujrnivinjjs, sent undtrseal lorii eta, M tXICAL AD VIC S ofi Siitual and Chronic Diseases, heimtiul , euknena, Cutarih, Cancer, Rupture, the Opium llulilt. a.'op!ii:i' i.rk sent under seal for 10 cts. All three books containing 460 pages and everything worth kuowii un the subject, sent securely sealed, on re- if ipX ?f SI ct9- A'Wre"' Dr- Butts' Dispensary, No.12 N. 8th s., St. Louis, Mo. CEtubliheS iw?.' DFo Whittier, 17 St. Charles street, St. Louis, Mo. A rppuUr grd2to of two Medical Coll, bts Vn lonwr npajred m tiie special tresiuvut of u:i Venorsl, Sexual (hidChrouiO ii.eaee ih.trx any wher Pfiyaieiaamfel, , Louis, ascitjr pttwr biiow, aui all old ru&ideuu know. Syphilis, Coorrhcaa, Cieet. Stricture Or chitis, licrma, or Rupture U Urinary Oisetset cr.d SypSi.itic or mercur.ul t7eciiwr,9 of tho throat, tk;n or Don, sr trestod witb unparalleled ncvesa, od latent soiiitiflo prmci; i-9. Bftlely, Privately SpermMorrhcaa, Sexual Dcbn.ty eid Impot Oncy. ft tbe rotnltof 8elXabtue la youth, aeruil excesses to mmurer yetrB, or other eaussa, ni wbioh proOuco noma of tho follow, u e'fftcts; Toorvouiocss, Miuitml uiiioDi( debility. Uiuiuej of flight, defsctir memory, pimiedoo th fncttr phyiticul iiuy , avoraloo toaocUtjr of fmalv, cooftialoa of id'iua, !wa f nexttM Kwer, c-t,, ivnciering xoarriags sb paj-tiJ) i'jluuug to Uio fttn-ve, scut la seated env-lap, for two ptro "tHUiua. CoDsuluitum a( oilico or by mail tree, tEki iiiV.tcd,&frieDt31ptaikorLi90f)iDioQ costs nothtnf. Vhn it l fticiavet wnt to iiilt tl: city for treatraut. Biciiolnes can bo :nt by erprw or nr.il vjrywher. Cure a ie cttiios puarai.teirti, where t'oubtcii-'.s Ids frank'.y staled. CiLjo houra : & A. to 7 f. tiuuiaya, ii k. w 1 F. Pamphlet, fa anv eddrecs, for Two Stamps. MANHOOD All03rt.1.bjr,nBU WOMANHOOD SiTSl E ent sealed, oil threo, for SO Cents. Manhood and Womanhood in Gorman, both fonsihor. l rustrrloci, lo voms. MARRIAGE PAGES. FINE PLATES. GUIDE. Illoraiit cloth nud ci't t'adlnc. Senlod for 600. CTf tnty wuaii.r.al pea j -iit-iia, uae to li:; aruclesoa tho t.iowing su.'jecu: V no mfy m.rry, who Iwt, why. l'roper nca vo marry. TVUonnirry first, i.nhood, Worn a a roa, rtv-lcal ocu--- 1 s etfecu of ot-i.i)'-y and excess; V boshodii marry; Howli.'ianibaiiploessinaybeinareased. The I'trs.u.j -J of Ue;routtuiioD( and many more. Sbus lit' rried or coi-tenipluiina; aiarrioge should read it. After ft 1!'-1 113 i.riKVice., I assort from bumaa as well si trtoril oonrltion.Honshtto be rend brail a.ult persons, toon looirod ur,n'ii luld ronndcrl06t.asltis worthy ef rereang. It co ta4as the cr- am of iiidloai litsr-ftturo.taoubtSr-mljiTj I ia anc"t-" s.To pr'tice.aadTrorta to any one wuo xrl.l ivo a carol al perusal, ten Ume Its costs. Popular FjEHoti. earao es there. tHtrirTrerr.iMpa(MS, 05 cents ty mill. Cheapest sood-guide la Anurias, for Ubar sCdreu, enslosiug dmoti&t, DR. WHITTIER, 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, call or write ; pam phlet or consultation free. Can refer to the medical profession in rJl parts of the country. Medicines perfectly safe. CHILLS AND:FEVER. AGUE, &c. Cured or Money Refunded by TJcing MAGUIRE'S AGUE MIXTURE Trice, $1 00 per bottle. Maguire's Cunduraneo Bitters Cures Complain le of UVER, BLOOD, KIDNEYS AND STOMACH Is the Veeetable Substitute tor Calomel ; con taius no alcohol. The best anti-bilious purgative known, operating on the bowels without pain, nuu sea or griping. Diarrhcoa, Dysentery, Cholera Morbus, FLUX, SUMMER COMPLAINT, iC, Believed at once by MAGUIRE'S BENNE PLAN1 The Thirty Years Specific. For Lung AfTection8,Bionchttis, Consump tion, irritation ot the Larynx, lnroat, and Ohest, &c, ue MAG-UIRE'S Tar, Glycerine, Whisky & Bock Candy Price, fl 00 perbotllf(new remedy). PILES ! PILES I PILES I All forms relieved and cured by Masraire's White Boss Pile Cure. Price, fl 00 per pot. For COUGHS AND COLDS use Maguire's Expectorant, IT CANNOT BE EXCELLED. Price, 50 cts per bottle. Macruire's 33 violin Is WARRANTED TO BE THE BEST. Large Bottles fl 00. J. & C. MAGUIRE, 80L PROPRIETORS, Sold by all DruKiristS. ST. LOLiIb, MO BE. SABIHE'S INDIAN VEGETABLE COUGH SYRUP For the speedy core of Coughs, Colds. Hoarseness Incipient Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, Phtti. isic. Whooping Cough and Croup, 'lnisbyruple au Anodyne Expectorant and is composed of the best ingredients the vegetable kingdom affords and when nsed according to direction, must con vince the most skeptical of its Intrinaie value. Directions for the u; of Sabine' Indian Vegeta ble Conga Syrup accompany each bottle . GREEK'S PATENT SHIRT-BOSOM, STRETCHe erand Ironing Board. Moat perfect, durable and cheapest ironing-board in the world. Alway; ready for use; needs no adjusting; fits any shirt nevex ont of order. Agents Wanted. GREEN BROS., Manufacturers, 159 LsSalle Street,.... .CHICAGO. fL A f 1 r SPECIAL 1CTICJ13. G bnoeitr a t e d BLOOD PURIFIER The Greatest Blood Pnrlrier known everywhere TRIUMPHANT! A PKKFKOT SUCCESS J CnrinI r,, . i .... coaajes) etc. intact 11 Blood, Liver, Skm aud Uteriue diseases. Sold ?I CTreA Pr,ce fl.or Bizbottlu, v,. . auu , oeneca f ans, Ji. Y. Never Failing lvNChiTwnBITaT-KP.S- 'will cure permanent ly Chills, Ague. Sciatif a, Neuralgia, Debilitv all FU.W2f 'n fChromo-rree.' c.B. Z$aJ1 PrPrietor Seneca KaliP, N. Y. e't. Rock Inland. ARE PAID ZZ oiaabled in line ot duty, ti by accideat or otherwise. A VOl'Sn of any kind, the loss of a Fintrer or Toe, or tjje loss cf an Kje a K1.P- V H E, if bat slight, fives a pension. Disease of I. ling's or Varicone ini give a pension. BOUNTY. If discharged for wound, injuries or rupture, you get full boun ty. Kfi-Send & stamps for copy of Pension and Bounty Acts. Address all letters to tT P.&riTSKSALD, U b. Claim Aeent.lndianap Cli, Ind. JCar On all ietteri mark P. O. Box Ol.-ka BASKETS, BASKETS. DEALERS M ILL FIND TT TO THEIR INTER eet to patronize the Buriinton Basket Factory. We manufacture all kind-, stylee and size;- of ba ketf, and at figures that will dely competition. Or ders and corretpondi nee nolicitod. Koth will re ceive prompt aud careful attention. J. D. .MILl.EE & CO.. Buriiniiion, Iowa. "The principle of combining En elish and Ameri can writers in a common literary enterprise, n;erit u encouiasemeni. d. anthony fisoiDB. THE INTERNATIONAL REVIEW. A New York and London Eeview. EMINENT CONTRIBUTORS ON BOTH SIDES OF THE ATLANTIC. (No articles at second hand 1 All articles original ;) Contents -My-J tine Now Keady. The New Administration. 'ce Life Insurance Question. Charlton T. Lewis. Disestablishment of the Church of England, Dr. l ami's 11. Klgg, London. The Philadelphia Exhibition. Part I. Mechanism and Administration, Francis A. Walker. Chief of Bureau of Awards. Tennyson. A Criticism, - - Bavard Taylor, Cur Foreign Service, - - Hon. John Jay, American ana European Literature. Art Letter No. l, - Philip Gilber Hamilton. Contemporary Kvents. Price, Single Number, $1.00: Six Months. 3.00: Annual Subscription 0 numbers) 5 00 NEW YORK: A.S. BARNES. & CO.. Publishers BEDFORD RUM, DANIEL LAWRENCE & SONS, ONLY DISTILLERS OF Medford Rum! Still enjoy the reputation of niacufacturing th Best Rum in the States. Duly authorized by Sta.e license. The superior quality and purity of Lawrence's Jledfori Rum for the past fifty -two years, hi s made it everywhere known as the etan dard Rum. No pains will be spared to maintain its purity and reputation. WE HAVE J THE LAE5EST STOCK OF OLD MBDFORD BUM IN THE WORLD. Of the finest and choicest grades and of all ages. The public is cautioned agaii et Imitations and counterfeits. Order direct from ns, and we warrant perfect satiaf aciion . Please addieeB all orders to MEDFORD. MASS., or 131 Broad St., Boston, Mass., and they will receive prompt atten-. tin. Send for cifcu'ar. DANIEL LAWRENCE & SONS. YEAST. TWIN BEDTBB1S YEAST. The Most Reliable Dry Sop Teast in Market. For sale by all flrst-clas Grocere Factories at Peoria, 111.: Detroit, Mich Water- loo. x Y.. and Toronto, Ontario. WIES GOODS. J. MONEY & CO., Manufacturers of Diamond Wire Window Guards OFFICE AXT COUNTER BAILINGS, '. Fire Guards, Selves, Riddles, Sereeas of all Descrip tions, and Wire wor generally. ' Office, 207 Second Street,... MILWAUKEE, WIS. t3TAliM sole Agents for German Insect Fo wder CURE BOCK I3I.AKD,. ....rxLjsois IMPORTANT EVENTS IN BOIIE. Promised on the 3d of June By a Lead ing: Catholic 6rgaa. From the FretmanU Journal. Map 2e. l tie day is last approacriineot the indul- lf--lI. - A . I t J .a gcuoeu jut'iieo or me nmetb anniversary of the episcopate of Pope Ka3 IX. It is not impossible that great events may uujpett auuuiinai aay m Home. Hat it h wiser to prounegy alter the oecurreoee of 6u.cn eTeata. lhere are to be, as there already nave been, grand celebrations of tnis anniversary, and ot other days cop nate to it. It will belong to the most re verend heirarchy to indicate the special religioiw acts that fchould mark the recur rence of Sundas', June 3, the golden jubilee or our holy father's episcopate. We have seen with what fervnr nrolatou in Europe have evoked the prayers, the pre prations of ptnance of their ueoples. following whatever the alert attention of our American prelates may prescribe, our Catholic souls ought to be ready, and more forward than any advice, tocelebarte that day. lhe ponsp of procession and demonstra tions are all excellent in their way. But the fact renirins thai our holy father, the vicar of Jesus Christ, is in chains Our most intimate celebration of Sunday, Judo snouid oe Dy prayers and lasts preced mar, and by a most fervent comoiunion offered on that day for the interests ot the holy father. Y e are on t.ie eve of verv creat evpntK Heaven and earth ara about to ho sh.-iL-Pn It is especially a time for all who have not lost tho faith to ranee themselves nn the side of our rLord. by a mnxt Rtrennrm and devoted act. We are Iking in no com mon times. Blessed are. tleti uihn alert, and keeping their lamps trimmed! uiessed wiil they be who, by a sincere eiifession and a frrvent on Sunday, the 3d of June, for the intentions I our h.ly father the Done, will asanfiatp. themselves), in this crisis of tlm WU church Catholic, with those who are on the side of God, our Redeemer! How Hayes Tried to get the Sua Gratis. From (he Indianapolis Sentinel. The Hayes oreans do hot like the Sun. It has an exceedingly frank and open way o telling the truth regarding our presi dential i reteuder, aud the means and ap pliances by which he worked himself into Mr. Tilden's place. The organs alluded to have been very angry with the Sun, and have said many naughty things about it, and consequently the frequent allusion to it has awakened a desire on the part of the pretender to see it regularly. Most folks wGuld have remitted the money along with the request for the paper, but it seems that from the following letter it was expected gratis, and the letter further reveais the fact that Hayes does not pay anything for his newspapers: Executive Mansion, i Washington, D. V.. May 17, lBTt. DeabSir; This department i favored regularly with copies of mny of the mot influential news papers of the country, and if you should desire to add yours to the number, we shall take great pleasure in placing it upon the files of the executive office. ery truly yonr, W, K. Kogers, Private Secretary. To Proprietor of Daily Htm, New York. The Sun refused to send the paper without the money, as the applicant was receiving $50,000 of a salary annually. Then, in additiou to this immense salary, he received his house rent free, his coal free; his flower and kitchen garden cost him nothing; and, therefore, the Sun con cludes that he ought to pay for the paper, and declines sending it for nothing. The western provincial press generally will now wonder what the occuput.t of the NVhite llouse could see in that mughty New York newspaper to attract his atten tion; that its circulation is dwindling; taat it has no influence, and is of no ac count generally. Ft m the Xew York World. The killing of thd negro Laws in Louis iana (urns out to be the result cf an un clean domestic quarrel, and his murderer one ot his own race. We affectionately advise our Radical contemporaries to limit their supply of this particular class of "martyrs. " From the New York Tribune. The taking off of James Laws in East Feliciana seems to have been executed in a neat and workmanlike manner, but it is rather inopportune, inasmuch as the re cent performances in Oglethorpe and De Kalb have elicited some unfriendly com ment. The mass of our people appear to be opposed to mixing murder and politics to any indiscriminate extent at this season of the year. The shooting of an unarmed man while seated in his own house beside his mother, by a party of mounted gentle men, is a clever piece of assassination; but homicide and perhaps mayhem, even when the victims are only colored Repub licans, ought to be avoided if possible, except during the excitement of a presi dential canvass. From the N. Y. Tribune. If Mr. Kellogg ever sits down in a quiet spot and indulges in a little re trospection, he probably heaves a sigh over the degeneracy of the times. No troops to guarantee a Republican form of government to anybody; no domestic violence to suppress; no midnight orders from federal judges and soldiers to disperse a legislature that opposes him, or to organize another that will favor him; no major generals to urge tbe president by telegraph to outlaw by proclamation his opponent?; no more heroic treatment; nothing but peace and quiet and sober .work. This certainly is no country now for euch an enterprising spirit as Mr. Kellogg's. There is no more "career" for Mr. Kellogg or for Mr. Kellogg'8 kind under the present dicpensa ti m. Important to Persons Visiting New- York. Oneif the best kept and most conveinient Hotels for Merchants and others to stop at when in New York is the Grand Union Hotel, nearly opposite the Grand Central Depot, kept on tbe Euro pean plan you therefore only pay for what you get. Everything is first class, and prices moderate, adapted to the string ency of the times, You save the expense of carriage hire, and by leaving your bag gage .check on the counter of the Hotel, your Baggage win be delivered in your rooms, ntteens minutes after the arrival of the cars, free of expense. We advise you to give the Grand Union a trial. Printing and binding executed neai quick and cheap at The A&gur Offoku ITer-y jus Debility. . A depressed, irritable state of mind ; weak, nervous, exhausted feeling; no en ergy or animation; confused head, weak memory, often with debilitating, involun tary discharges. The consequence of excesses, mental overwork and iudlscre' ti6ns. This nervous debility finds a sovereign cure in HUMPHREYS HOMEO PATHIC specific, No. 23, It tones ap the system, 'arrests discharges, dispels" the mental gloom and despondency.aad rejuve nates the entire system. It is perfectly harmless and always efficient. Price 5, for a package of five boxas and a large $2 vial of powder, which is important in old, serious cases; or $1 per single box. Sold by all druggists, or sent by mail on receipt of price. Address Humphrey's Homeo pathic Medicine Co., No. 109 Fulton St., N. Y. C3rSeeju-ge advertisement. KSW AD7EET1532ME1ITS rZM CHEW SMOKE. FINEST Plug TOBACCOV fny " " win. aJ t UKlT, -.ST TA11K NO OTHER. "v:r UK 83 L ALL DEA LEES "". IS PLUG. THE PIOHEER TOBACCO CO. BROQflYI., N.T. QCC week in your own town. Terms & $5ontflt v wiree. 11. jua.LL,Li b uu.,fortland,Me. $55 C77 a eekto Agents, f 10 Outfit Free 4)1 I . o. Vickkbt, Augusta, Maine. SI 2 a day at home. Agents wanted. Outfit and A feBEAT OFFER ! ! We will, during ueee nara timea. expose or 10(1 PIANOS & ORGANS, sew and sec-ond-hfind of firgt-class makers including WATERS' at. lower prices tor cart or Installments or to let until pai'' fr than ever b fore offered WATERS' GRAND SQUARE and UPRIGUI PIANOS OR GANS (INCLUDING THEIR NEW SOUVENIR and BOU- j)OiR)arethe best made, 7 Octave Pianos $150. i 1 3 do IfiO not used a year. "S" Stop Grgans $50 4 Stops $58. 12 tstops $100 cash, not used a year, in perfect order aud warranted. LOCAL TRAV J-LING AGENTS WANTED, Illustrated Cata logue Wailed A liberal discount to teachers, ministers, churches, etc. Sheet music at half price. HORACE WATERS & SONS, Mannfactur- The Healthiest op Us are Liable to obstruc tions in the bowels Don't neglect them. It is UOt ne essarv to Outrage the nulnle with nnn mm drugs in such cases. The most effective laxative B.n wn 13 Tarrant's Effervescent Sei.tzeh Aper ient and it is also the most agreeable. Its opera tion is SOOtliih'' COIllincr natnlfaa SnlH lw all druggists. OE Extra Fine Mixed Cards, with name, 10 cts. J post paid. L. Jones Co., Nassau, N. Y. 500 GLOVER SEED HULLERS For Sale. Send for circular of our new Double Hnller. Pat ented March 6, 1877. We challenge the world that it will hull and clean more seeds, clean it betUr, that it U more eimple, durable and easily handled than any othtr hulier made. IIAGKRSTOVfN G RICULTC RAL IMPLEMENT M AN UFACTUR1NG CO., llagerstown, Md. Agents wanted for sale of same. $5 $20 Poitland, Maine. per day at home. Samples worth $3 free. Stinson & Co. ADA. HOW TO MAKE IT. Some thing New and Saleable. Address CUE, YOUNG & CO., th and Walnut St, St., Louis, Mo. Qfl MIXED cards, with name, 10c. Samples for OU Sc stamp. C. B. LlNDSEY & CO., Nassau, New York Publications Valuable Books! SAtf&Vill trated. Dr. S. S. FITCH'S SIX LECTURES ON CONSUMPTION. 50 cis. Cure of Heart Disease, 40 cts. Family Physician 35 cts. Sent bv mail. Address. Dre. S. S. FITC1I & SON, 49 East Twenty-ninth Street, New York. dw-eow I 01 13 Onide to nmrriase. wealth, and buty, iiHver fails, love letters. wisdom. fcc. Hixik worth ;V) now iiittited free by The U.vk Pub. Co., Newark. X.J. BUtSlNESS CAULS. JOHN 3. HAWLEY, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW Office in Bengston'a Block, liiinois St., Rock -1 and, Illinois. 3-13d&w6m XENWOBTLI & EEAEDSL2Y I AW AND ABSTRACT OFFICE. ROOMS IN L Court House. Juo, T. Kenworthy, Jas. M. Bearda ey. - 10-23d&wtf. C A.RL KUEHL, a TTORN E Y AT LAW, (Deutsfher Advokat. f Second Avenue, bet. 17 th sad lsth Sts. (Justice vropper s orace, uock lsiaua, ill. CHARLES W. (TNEIL, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW and t .Notary Public. Bank, Rock Island. Office over First Nationa 5-13dw6m M. M. CORBETT, ATTORNEY AT LAW, SOLICITOR IN CHAN eery and Notarv 1'ubiic. Alistnirts. Isans and Collects. Office 2nd Avenue, 3rd ooor east of Bengston's Drug Store, Rock Island, Ills. Wei, P. Zimmerman. -rRACTCAL PIANO TUNER AND REGULA JL ter. "Leave orders with John Zimmerman. Piano Mannfiictnrer, 1-it) Main St., .near First Na tional Bank, Davenport, Iowa ROWAKD D. SWEENHT. WILLIAM JACKSON SWEENEY 8i JAC2S0N, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT J W Office Cor. Easle and Illinois streets. Rock Isl and, Illinois. 11-lSdly K. M. STCBOEOH. LUCIAN mils. STDRGEON & ADAMS, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW. Office in Mitchell & Lvnde's block. Rock Island 111. Have complete set 'of Books i f Abstracts o Title of Lands in Rock Island County. THOMAS YATES, S PREPARED TO DO PLUMBING IN ALL ITS i branches, also, Gas and Steam Fitting. Call and have estimates made before orderine your work dore by other parties. THOMAS lAitss.tLievee.Htock island. CORN STARCH. -prepare STARCH CO. Cement, Plaster, &o. 5 'it .V- f- .ri.i'lcy ?3 , A iPwn jrg vjgasLiws- 4's.tha, y " ' r5 y a. PE0RIAJLL. 1 i 714 t STORAGE&CSSSSIOH i uliy-iillMJ j- fiAILSOADS. Peoria, St. Louis & SHORT XiI2N"E3. Peoria, Pekin & Jack sonville B. B. tarrus direct eoutr to ja PEKIN, HAVANA, SPRINGFIELD, VIEGINIA, BEABDSTOWN, JACKSONVILLE, ST. LOUIS And al! Southern Cities. ( The Shortest, Quickest and Beat line from' Peoria to Kansas City AND THE WEST. An Elegant PARLOR CAR la attached to Morning train from Peoria. This ia the only line running a NIGHT TRAIN between i Mcago JacksoBTille With Sleeping Car attached. Traius of Peoria & Rock island Railway make direct connection in Peoria with trains of Peoria Pekin & Jacksonville R. R. 3. F. KELSEY, CHAS. M&EABF, - fcsuperiutendent. Qen'l T'ktAgenL Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railroad. THE OLDEST, MOST PERFECTLY EQUIPPED AND BEST MANAGED LINE. Connecting the Great Lakes & Missouri River. Makes cloee connections with all diverting Rail road and Steamboat Lines at Chicago, Joliet, Ot tawa, la sane, feona, ana KOck Inland, Ulino18. Davenport, Weet Liberty, Iowa City, tirenelj, Des Moinea and Council Bluffs, Iowa; Omaha, Neb. Muscatine, Colnmbus Junction,"' ashington,' Tair ueld, fr'lorig and Beikuap, Iowa ; Trenton, Cameron ina ueveny. jYiissouri ; Atcmson ana Leavenwo'tb tiansas. ' Pageenger Trains leave Rock Island : GOING EAST. UOINO WEST. Day Express 8:35 a. M. 6:30 a.m. Bureau Accommodation 4.30 p. m. 9:55 a. m. Night Express 10.00 p. k 6.05 p.m. ELEGANT Palaco Day. and : Sleeping1 Coaches Are run on all Through Trains. ForTlckets apply to Geo.M.Looslev Ticket A pent. New Passenger Depot. For Freight Kates. Thronnh Bills Ladintr. Con tracts, or any general information, call-on J. a. Hauley, .Freight Agent, at N ew Freight Otllce. foot ot Adams, near Illinois street. . A. M. SMITH, HUGH RIDDLE. .ieu. Pass. Ag't Chicago. V. Pres'tand Gen. Snpt. Chicago. A.KIMBALL, J. A. HANLEY. Ass't Uen. Supt. Freight atd Contracting Agt. mo. M. Loosi.Bv. Ticket Agent. Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul j RAILWAY. THE GREAT THROUGH LINE Chicago-Northwest, WIS0O27SET, 1T0ST2EEN IOWA, Minnesota, Dakota, Manitoba, AND THE BLACK HILLS. Passing through a Finer Country, with Grander Scenery, and connecting more Business Centers and rleasure Resorts tlian any other Northwestern Line. Connecting in Chicago with all Eastern and Southern Lines. Chicago Dkpot: Cor. Canal and Y. Madison St. Horse Cars and Stage Lines tor all parts of the City constantly passine. Chicago City Office : 61 snd 63 Clark St. THE ONLY THROUGH LINE BETWEEN CHICAGO, Milwaukee. Sparta, La Crosse, Winona Madison, McGregor, Owantonna, ST. PAUL AND MINNEAPOLIS, Traversing the Valley of tbe Upper Mississippi Kiver, anrt along the shore of lake Pepin, ai.d through Northern Iowa and Central Minnesota. tSTalace sleeping Cars and Day Coacher, with Westinbouse's Improved Automatic Air-Brake on all through trains. A. V. II . CARPENTER, General Pars, and Ticket Ag't. u ii limy . . . . . UenU Manager. Asgt Gen'l Manager. i. time: VIA Ti53 PESiA& E0K ISLAND AND Foledo, Peoria & Warsaw Rouri:. as roLLows: ! NewYork Cincinnati i Atlantic Special, j Express. I Express. Jan. 21, 1877 Lv. Rock Island.. 140pm 3 55 i 7 15 " j iisto""- j 1 30 am -4 20 " ! 8 40 i 8 30 " ; Galva ' Peoria 8 45 a m' 430pm!. 1 05 " ! 3 05 " j 5 50 " ! 12 55 am 730am 5 30 " Ar. Chicago . " Sheldon Lalayette..... " Indianapolis.. " Cincinnati " Loaisville " Logausport. . " Columbus .... " Pitts-bnrgh ... " Washington.. " Baltimore . . " Philadelphia.. " New York " Boston. 30 30 11 10 440 12 45 8 45am 610pm 200am 907 pm 610 " 8 45 " 6 45 " i m 13 85 pm' 7 45 " ! VI a ta 7 45 ' 7 35 " 10 25 " 240 pm 7 50 " 07pm 7 30 " 7 20 10 20 " ti 15 am ti 15 a m Through Cars fmm Peoria to Indiananolis. Cin cinnati or Chicago on day and nitrht trains. Cincinnati iSxpresB has Reclining Chair Cas through to Indianapolis and Cincinnati. REGULAR TICKETS, AND SPECIAL LIMITED TICKETS For sale at rates always as low as the lowest. Low Rates. Quicl.c Time, aud first class accom modations are fast making the T., P. & W. B0UTE 0T"THE MObT POPULAR IN THE WEST. Ml Send for Map Folder. A. L. HOPKINS, Gen'l Manager, I U. C. TOWN SEND, Gen. Pass. & Tk't Agt ) reorl- COMMISSION WORK & DROUIN, Gommission Mercliants, PHILADELPHIA Pa! M. B. KUEHNEMUNDT & CO., GENERAL Conmiission Merchants, . No. 117 8, Main Street, sr. louis,... ...mo. Solicit Shipment of Grain. Hides, Tallow, Wool, Feathere, Butter, Egga, and other Country Produce. Liberal Catb advances made on Bills of Lading. Orders for Cement and Merchandise ol all kinds promptly attended to. F. HOPE & 30.s 817 Washington Street, NEW YORK. OMMissioH Merchants, FOR THE SALE OK Butter. Cheese, Eggs Poultry, Game, &c. ISf GOOD SALES AND PROMPT RETURNS. Fntl Mtrket Pnvea gnaracteed. Send ffo Pr'" Current and Marking Plate. lona:& Rock Island SHORTEST RQUTB TO THE E A S T A N D -S O U T H. Trains leave Rock Island. 6:00 a. m. Sonth Eastern Express. 1 :50 p, nr., Mai! and Cincinnati Bxprest. 6:20 a.m., WayFrelgb Trains arrive at Rock Island. .1:13 p. m., Mail aud Ciasinnati Exoress. 6:00 p. la., Western Express. 3:25 p. nt, Way Freight; ; r The 8.'i0 a. hi. tram makel close" 'connftitionl at Galva with C B. & Q., for Aledo and Keitsbnrg; arrives in Peoria at 10:15 a m., iuakng close con nections with P., P. fe J. for Jacksonville, Spring field, St. Lonis and all points i-oiuh nd southwest ; aiBO with I. B. 'yV-j,, Trf-A W"nd Illinois Mid land, for T rre HTiutfiTIBdiSlJapolis, Cincinnati and Louisville and all eastern aud southeastern points. Tnel:50p m , train makes close connection at Galva with C. B. & Q., fo.- points west, arriving at Quincy at 9:45 p m. ; arriving at Peoria at 6:30 p m : making close 'connections with J. 3. &W., end T. P. V.roads for Indianapolis, connecting there with all fast traius for east and sonth. . J f f 1ST" This is decideclly "the test foule for the southeast. IKAST TIME. SURE CONNECTIONS, and rates as low as by any other route. J. V. MAHONEY, Gen'l Ticket Ag't, Roctlsland. J. R. BILLIARD, Receiver, Peoria. NATIONAL DESPATCH Fast freight Line for4 Detroit, Milwaukee, Chicago, St. Louis Eook Island, Davenport, Quincy, Omana. And all points West, IsTo XraiisliiTJmcnt. Mark Packages NATIONAL DESPATCH. Western Agents Sanvei. Smith, St. Louis, Mo. F. A. Howe, 93 & 95 Lake Street," Chicago. Ill "THE WASHINGTON CITY EOUTE' Baltimore & Ohio E. R. THE SHORTEST QufiCKEST ONLY DIBECT ROUTE TO Washington and Baltimore WITH PIKSC'T CONNECTIONS FOB -j ., h NOEFOLK AND"'' ":.- THE SOUTHEAST. Philadelphia, N. Yprkf Boston AND . , : THE EAST. TIIAVEI.EBS DES1R1KO A Speedy, Pleasant and Comfortable Trip 8HOt7t.D J1EMKMBER THAT THE Baltimore k Ohio Bailrcad IS CELEBRATED TOB ITS - Elegant Coaches. Splendid ; Hotels, Grand aud Beautiful Mountain and Valley Scenery, and the many points of Historical Interest along its line. Fare will ALWAYS be as Low as by any other Xine. PULLMAN PALACE CARS BCN THROUGH Witlioiit Change BETWEEN TUB PBISCirAL . Western and Eastern Cities. For throneh Ticketp. UaL'CaL'e Check. Movement of Trains. Sleeping Car Accommodations, &c, ap ply ai nciiei vimce at an principal points Sf" NORTH, SUUTH EAST OK WEST. E. R. DORSEY. L. M. ( OLE, Asst Gen'l Ticket Ae'L Geu'l Ticket As't THUS. I". HAIiKY, THOS. It. SHAHP. Western l'ar?. Ar't. Master of Transp'n THE MOST PBPUtAR 0RTH1KD SOUTH LINB IN IOWA. IS THE OarliugtoQ, Cedar Hapids & 0iTor!herB Baihvaj. PASSENGER TRAINS EACH WAY DAILY, (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED.) Going North 11:15 a. m.; 10:88 p. in. Going Sonth 7:30 a. m. ; 8:2S p. m. Palace Sleeping cars, owned and operated by t . line, accompany all Bight trains. CONNECTIONS ARE AS FOLLOWS: At Burlington with Toledo, Peoria & Warsaw R'y for Peoria, Indianapolis, Lalayette acd Cincinnati; with Chicago, Burlington & Onincy R. R., for Chi cago, Keokuk. (Quincy and St Louie West to Ottum wa and all points in Kansas and Nebraska, and with Burlington & Southwestern R'y, for Parmington, Bloomtieid and all points in Missouri and Kansas. At Colnmbus Junction, with Chicago & South western Railroad forJWafhlnsrton andLeaenworth. At Nichols, with Muscatine Division B. C, K .& M. tor Muscatine. At West Liberty, with Chicago, Rock Island A Pacific Kailroad, for Iowa City, Dcamoinee, and Davenport. At Cedar Rapids, with Milwaukee Division of B C R Jfc M for Independence, West Union, Postvillc. ana McGregor; with Chicago & Northwest Rail way, for Omaha. Council Bluffs and Chicago, and with Dubnune & Southwestern R'y for Dubuque. At Waterloo and Cedar Palls, wnS Illinois Ce, tral Railroad for Independence, Dubuque, I'oi Dodge and Sioux City. At enen kock witn stage tor waveriy. At Nora' Junction, with Milwaukee & St Pan Railway, for Mason Citv and Charles City. At Plymouth with Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway for all points in Minnesota. At M Paul, for all points on Northern Pacific Railway; lhe great Lake Superior retrion. and all points North and Northwest. E. V. WINSLOW, Gen'l Manager. C.J IVE3, Gen'l Pass. & Ticket Agent, Ced ar Rapid s , lo w a Kotic Chakb Pecria &' Rocl -Island :E'y. -AND- I. B, & W. ROUTE, T QLeaves Peoria 2:10 a m; Bloomington 11U 6 4:15am;Dauville,8:-i0am. Arrives Inuianai-oi.is, 11:35 a n ; Cincinnati, 4:30 p m ; Datton,4:55 pm; LonsvftjLB, 7:45pm, connecting with trains for the Eiiat. TT-. Lesves Rock Island 6:00 a m; Peoria XI Us 10:40 am; B oomington, p m ; Champaign, 1 :84 p m; Danviiie, 3:05 pm. Arrives. 1NDIANAPOUS, o:ou p m ; CINCINNATI, 1U:) p m; LotnsviLi.it, 11:10 p m: Nashvili.e 8:25 a m ; Day ton 11:45; n m; Columbus, li 45 a m; Wheeling, 7:85 am; Pittubcbo, 7:50 a m ; Baltimohb. 7:S5 p m: WASHINGTON, : 7; pm: PHILADELPHIA, 7:40 p m; NEW YORK, 1 :15 p m; Cleveland.7:30 a m; Buffalo, 1?10 p m; Albany 15:45 a m. But Oke Night out to princtpal Eastern Cities one hour in advance of other lines. TT n Leaves Rock Island, 1:45 p m. Peoria Htl. fl 7:9Cnm:Rinnrlii(rtiiti C'lnm a.. rives Indianapolis. 4:20 a m; Ciscinsati, 8:45 a 1U LOIIUMLI.E. :a) im - hvl'!H K W n rr. ton, 9:35am: Columbus. 1:2:30 t m: Wheeling. 8:25 p m : Pittsbvro, 7:45 p m; Haltimoee, 7:45 a ra; WASHINGTON. 9.13 a m: PHILADELPHIA 7:85 am; NEW YORK, 10:35am; Cleveland, 245 p m ; Buffalo, 8 40 p m ; Albany, 0 SO a in ; Eoston 3:40 pm. RECLINING CHAIR SLEEPING CARS. with State Rooms, run through ta Cincinnati via Hamilton on No. 6, and Galesbnrg and Indianapo lis on No. 3. , . . Nos. 4 and 6 mate close connection at Danville, reaching Terre Haute. Vinceimes, Evaneville, La layette, Loganspon, Ft. Wayne, Toledo and De troit in advance of other lines. The I. B. & W. is the Oklt Lise to Indianapolis ranning its trains throuuh to that point without change. It is the Shobtest, consequently makes makes the same Connections as ita toutpetiiors WITBOCT excessive speed. This Is the ovntr Route with TWO Daily Limes Of StEEPERS, - " If Ytu Ta'rrs th I. B. tt W, Route You Save ONE change ot Can. . Address the GcnT Pass. Agent," and get a copy o our New Map-Foloek, giving lull informatio HOW TO REACH THE EAST AND SOUTH, . JOHNIW? BROWN, Gen'l Pass & Ticket Ag't TvnTiwiDniifi Tier 1 fcn'l Agent, Davenport.