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BEWARE OF WOSTBLESS IMITA TIONS AND counter; EITS. iROWN'S ESSENCE or PREPARED ONLT BY Frederick Brown PHILADELPHIA, PA. THI9 RELIABLE PREPARATION, one of the oldest of American Pharmaceutical Products, still contains its enviable reputation, and finds a steadily Increasing sale without advertising, and in spite of piracy. 6 Ita high reputation has tempted the cupidity of parties, whose only ejccose for their unfair simula tions, exists In the great popularity of the original, and accidental similarity of their names BROWN'S ESSENCE OF JAMAICA GINGER Is protected by the private Proprietary Stamp ol the manufacturer, which is incotporated with the teel plate engraving, The attention of Druggists and the trade gocerally is called to the Price List of ENGLISH & FRENCH MEDICINES AND PHARMACEUTICAL PREPARATIONS, Which will be mailed on application. FREDERICK BROWN, Established J833 1 IMPORTING, MANUFACTURING AND DIS , PENSING CHEMIST, North Xast Corner Fifth and Chestnut Streets PHILADELPHIA, PA. Brown's GINGER will be fonnd Invaluable in all cases of Cramp or other disorders caused by change pf water or bad water, and a few drops need regu larly by travelers will nsually act as a Preventive. and ward off such attacks. To the aged and those recovering irom iiiness, a small quantity with a .Htle sweetened water will be found to give strength and refreshment: the Glncer havW which is the great objection to the use ol alcoholic stimulants. Producing all the good effects of a muwiara riaster, (witnout the possibility of blister "I'"" ma.f lis application on nannel is most em cacious. Ana in tne case or persons vo Rheumatism and Gouty Affections, service, (used to rob with,) tTfieware of Counterfeits. predisposed it is of great SZWXN3 hachhses "TieLITTLE HOiriTOE"SITWnrG.JIACHlirE The Greatest Achievement of the Age. No Shuttle, no bobbin, -no re v mdingrofThread. Uses iheCommer. !A 4c al Spool direct, mak; the " Lock -Stitch'the-Chaln ' Stitch," and the -J Ornamental "Ca- S i ii . - V'V' ble Stitch." Um :jH t ciiKurii. Liocr i Discounts to jood and relia- Ivls Agents. Send StampfsrCircular. Ci. DU LAHEY & CO- 744 EroadwayJ.T.City. THE ISTJEW SEWING v JL Ahead of all others in Improvements ! Self -Threading It is the Lightest Running 1 The Simplest to Learn to Use ! The Most BtiKiBLKl BbltSbttiso NatCDLB ! Kutek Skip S-rrrcrfus 1 Nbtbb bsak8 Thread ! There U to machine which is ao KajiILY Lkarnbo and which combine! Llghttieaa and 'Durability! For these and other reatoua The "AMERICAN" the Beat Machine for all purposes, and Warranted to Blue nttr Asiiafuctlnn f The science of Mewing by machinery is old, but the Perfect Application of it U accomplished only by the New American Ma- cDine aoa beii-inreaQing buuiuc. Oirici i.b Stusboo 844 Wabasb Av)rtri ciicAaq,.;...... , ..".' ...... ills. S3T AUJNTS.WAXiai) JMilMCA fflil iljl ill! jil.A I - " I iy i t - . . , : . i ;.. .' - - am hits KO CUKE I sfssk KO PAT ! I saWi!?. VR South Clark Street tenia af Mahtm IHiinm Tn f rhl,Ltrejin8 ?rivat". Nervous, f ?nd diseases. Sperai: r ' ) EB. BOHAKKAITS JW quMitive thould ken. M quMitireihould keow CourUhip, Uimn, , niTuoiogicat j and Bevelstioni Kexut 1 y tem , howto ean wceipta. Addrsn. St. Louis, ISA North t ot 40 ct. street. Dr. JAMES, Iah-Iz Hospital, 204"Washington St, vor. Fraauia, CHICAGO. Chartered t)y tb Bute f IlHanlB for theertre DarrjOM ' u ui pviag immediate reiiel in T UoueaorpriTMe,ohnicaDd - I 1 urinary diwsMW ia aU Uir oouipliomwd ibnns. Il.ll welt r- krnwa Dr. Jarnw fa&l Mond at t ha head of the proteakn for th put thirty year. Age plei m the face, loot manhood, ean iiuuivel be cured. LadiN wanting the mm delicate atteutlon. oall orVwrite. Pleaunt home tor patients. A book Sir the million Marriage Guide which tella you all about thane diaeaaei), who should marry, why not, 10 cenu to pay pantare. Dr. Jame has 8 fly roema and parlors. Von aee no one hot the Doctor. Office hours. Ian tut m. ; Suuday, 10 to l'i. Dr. Jamea la 60 j-eart or ace. DR. BUTTS' rZ&J?? n tho trealmeut of Sexual and Cnj-omo Diseases of both aexea. ' Marrls. Cnlde. A Phvaiolofrleal View of Mamace Kr the married and those couteiiipiaiiiiir marnaee, on tlie niviteriea nr.mrf.- . . , -" iniiriiiKiea ot youth. rnanhoodandwn.nanhcod An illrtMmtedDrokot&afeaiws oAISHATf MEDICAL TEEATI3B on an diaesaet rrtiT?-eJatiUro"' bothaexca, the ubuaea and di ordera of the aeztul ayatem, and their-eaneoi cure,lA0 oaut-i MEDICAL ADVICE on Sexual and Chronic Diiwsei. Seminal Weaknea., Catarrh, Cancer, Rupture, the S Hubit, to-., aoo paee.work aent under aeal fur 10 cti. AU i.?k?uCO,"?min,! 460 " ndevervt!iiii( worth knowing on the subject, sent securely sealed oa re- t3?ft? S.0wCiS,e.A."rt'1?' a"?p-Bu' Dispensary. No.I2 N. 8th St., St. Louis, Mo. CwbUn-SiM;. li.n . u.l .. . : . i. V . Dr. Whittier, 617 SL Charles street, St. Louis, Mo. nrnlar fradnate of two Medical College, hat been longer ngwed is the apeeial treatment of ail Venerai, Sexual ana Chrome Diseases thas any oiher Ftiysicisaia&t. Louis, as city papers shew, and all old residents know. Syphilis, Gonorrhcoa, Gleet, Stricture, Or chitis. Hernia, or Rupture, all Urinary Diseases and Syphilitic or mereuria! affections of the throat, skin or bones, are maud with ntmaraKalas iy, it In maturer years, or othar oauacs, and which produce sob of tht following elTecui nerrousness, seminal emissions, debility, dimness of sight, defective mcisory. pimples on the taos, physical dscay, aversion tosocietyof females, oonfusloa of ideas, loss of sexual power, eta., rendering marriage lmproperorunhappy.aro permanently cured. Pamphlet (Hi pages) relating to la a bo re, sent la sealed envelopes, for two postage stamps. Consultation at offlos or by mail free, sndl&Tited,sfriendlytaikorhisopioioa ooots nothing. When It 1 inconvenient to visit the city for treatment, medicines can be sect by express or mail everywhere. Curs sole cescs guaranteed, wherbdoubt exists it U frankly stated, Cmoe hours: A.ll. to 7 P.M. Bundays, U ii. to 1 P. 11, Pamphlet, to any address, for Two Stamps, MANHOOD h&llSF WOMANHOOD reTiooer: Bent sealed, all throe, for ao Cents. Manhood and Womanhood ia Garman, both together, Illustrated, 15 Cents. CARRIAGE i SPois. pfisTf GUIDE. IClepant cloth end t;Vt bndlrjr. Bled for 50a. Over firtf wonUwiiul w i-k.-turv, true to luo; arncleaoa the foilowing uLjccta: V.ho may xn-rry, irbo Dot. why. Proper tga to xntirr. TTko mn.rry firat, iiasbixl, Womavn-fc-iotl, Pbvtical dvcar.1 1 bo efiecui of ochbacj and notms Vho thouid marry : ncrwlifsanihapr'ae38111" iOflTeajrrvl. Th Pbytjioloy of Reproduction. ud many nrara. 'iuaa tOtirTied'oreoDtemplaiiDf tuasrrta shoukl road iw A fur - life--eg urttctwo, I asKrt from fauxuaa , moral eonvietiou, lc ought to bs rad ?r &U adult jwroa, tb.cn lockod US, to; lalt ftrouua o? leit, it tft -or;i:f f ro-raadlng. J. irtnras thaereaia of mdio liter SUPG.tUoui, Utt tn c?:tr!ia,ivo practtcefi.nd worth to acr one Tt will givo it a carofui porurx.t, Wu timea Its costs. Fopu.ar Edltloc, same 1x3 oboro. hutprtTwr corer, ?f0 par m, 85contsbTinaIU Ciwapcs. pCeOi'iiMia la iaJBiac-CwW l r itiicf ftdiirwt wmcloaiog aguont " DR. VKITTIER, 617 St. Charles street, St. Louis, Mo. DR. WHITTIER, 017 St. Charles St, St. Louis, Mo., treats all forms of Venereal Diseases, Seminal Emissions and Sexual Debility, with unparalleled success. No matter who fafled, call or write ; pam phlet or consultation free. Can refer to the medical profession in all parts of the country. Medicines perfectly safe, CHILLS AKDFEVEB, AGUE, &c. Cared or Money Refunded by TJelng MAGUIRE'S AGUE MIXTURE Price, $1 00 per bottle. Maguire's Cunduranco Bitters Cnrcs Complaints of LIVER, BLOOD, K1DNBYS AND STOMACH la the Veiretable SnbBtttnte tor Calomel : cofl tains no alcohol. The best anti-bihons pnrgative known, operating on the bowe le wltnout pain, nau ea or griping. Diarrhea, Dysentery, Cholera Morbus, FLUX, SPMMEB COMPLAIJJT, &C, Relieved at once ny MAGUIRE'S DENNE PLAN! The Thirty Year Specific. For Lung Afiections,Bionchtti8, Consump- .tion, Irritation of the Larynx, Ihroat, and Chest, &c, use AIAGUTRE'S Tar, Glycerine, Whisky & Ecck Candy Price, fX OQ per bottle (nW remedy). PILES! PILES! PILES AU forma relieved and cared by Masreire's White Lose Pile Cure, Price, fl 00 per pot. For COUGHS AND COLDS use Maguire's Expectorant IT CANNOT BE EXCELLED. Price, 50 pta per bottle. Maoruire's Buoha la WARRANTED TO BE THE BEST. 1 arge Bottle fl 00. . J. & C. IIAGUIRE, SOLI PROPRIETORS, Sold br all Droeei 8T. LOUIS, MO DE. SABINKS INDIAN VEGETABLE ; ' COUGH STRUP For the speedy cure ot Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Incipient Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, Pnth; isic. Whooping Cough and Croup. This Syrup Is an Anodyne Expectorant and ia composed of fne best- Ingredients the vegetable kingdom affords, nd when need according to, directions, mas con: yince the most skeptical of its intrinsic vaine. I Directions for the ns of Oabine'a Indian Vegetav I bl Cough Syrup accompany each bottle. 1 C' JnSiSsm Oon cen trated SYEUP BLOOD PURIFIER I ' be Ureatwt Blood Pnrlfier known evervwhpro TRJUMPHANTt A PEBFKOT SUCcraSLrSa: all Blood, Liver, Skin acd Uterine disease? Sold fc"? SZSZK Wcel, or sTx boX v a, at. u., aenec Kalrs, N. Y. Never Failing f kJS. It will cure permanent nervon. and t.Clati-a' Ncn'ei, Debilfty, all rarXd ldnf y d,eeaeeB- Kvjry bAttle war bote. sSMrLeati8f"cn- tit or six HOWff i ri """'"P or vnrorao-lree. C.B ikt; Proprietor Suneca Falls, N. Y. RkJI,?,n,.eng8t0n 8nd T H Thomas, dmg disabled in line st duty, u by i.c,5.' e n or otherwise. A THOVSn of any kind, the loss of a Finder os Ts, or the loss of an Ey a ItliP T PRE, if but slight, gives a pension. Disease of Longs or Varicone Vtns give a pension. ISOVMT Y. If discharged for wound.injuries or rupttire, you get full boun ty. Jfctrsend 2 stamps for copy of Pension and Bounty Acts. Address all tetters to u.b. Claim Ajreat, Indlansp OUs, lnd. fttTOn all letters mark P. O. Box &4.U BASKETS, BASKETS. DEALERS WILL FIND TT TO TIIEIR INTEH estto patronize the Ttnrlinirtnn it..i-..t We manufactnre all klnda. tyiea , r k! ket, and at figures that will dety competition. Or ders and correspondence solicited. Both will re ceive prompt and careful attention. J. D. MILLER & CO., Burlington, Iowa. 'The principle of combining English and A mpri can writers in a common literary enterprise merit all encoutagemeut." J. Akthont Froide. " THE INTERNATIONAL REVIEW. A New York and London Eeview. EMINENT CONTRIBUTORS ON BOTH SIDES OF THE ATLANTIC. (No articles at second hand 1 AU articles original ;) Contents -May-June Now Beady. The New Administration. Tge Life Insurance Question, Charlton T. Lewis. Disestablishment of the Church of England, Dr. James H. higg, London. The Philadelphia Exhibition. Part I. Mechanism and Adiuinintratiou, Francis A. Walker. Chief of Rnnn i.f Awards Tennyson. A Criticism, - '- Bayard Taylor, Cur Foreign Service, - - Hon. John Jay, American and European Literature. Art Letter No. , - Philip Gilber Hamilton. Contemporary Events, Prioe. bitiele Number. J.1.00: Six Months, s.nn? Annual Subscription (fi numbers) 5 00 NEW YORK: A. S. BARNES. & CO.. Publishers MEDFORD RUM, DANIEL LAWREFGE & SONS, ONLY DISTILLERS OF Medford Rum I Still enjoy the reputation of luancfKCtnring th Beat Rnm in the State. Dniy authorized by State license. The superior quality and purity of Lawrence's Hedford Rnm for the past fifty -two years, hes made it everywhere known aa the etan dard Rnm, No pina will be spared to maintaia Its purity and reputation. WE HAVE J THE LABGEST SJ0C2 Of M MEDFORD Ml N THE WOLp. Of the finest and choicest grades and pf all ages. Tne public 1& cautioned agali ct imitations a.nd counterfelta. Order direct from us, and we warrant perfect satisfaction. Flense address all orders tg MKDFQRD. MASS., or 131 Broad 8t. Boston, Mass., and they will receive prompt atten tion. 3end forclrcn'ar. DANIEL LAWRENCE & SONS. YEA.ST. Vllm TW1 BRBTHMS YEAST. The Most Reliable Dry Hop Yeast in Market. For sale by all first-class Grocers. Factories at Peoria. 111.: Detroit. Mich.: Water loo, Y and Toronto, Ontario. J. MONEY & CO.; Manafaotnrera of Diamond Wire Window Guards OPFJCB AND COUNTER BATLINGS, Fire Guards, Selves. Riddles, Screens of all Descrip- , lions, ana wire wore geueraiiy. Office, 907 Seconi Street,. . A . M1LW AD EES, WIS. tyAlso sole Ag.nu tor Geriaat Inaect Powder AOUi 0 y 11 e mm BOCK ISLAHD,. ..ILLINOIS CURIOUS NE-WSPAFE3, TACTICS. Secretary Erarts aa a Journalist Why the Hew Tork t'Times" ia Attack- ins tile Administration . r. Special Dltjxueh to (he New York Graphic. ' Washington. May 28. Soma atteo ion is bestowed here on th New York, papers toward the administra- I'Hi. 1 hfl :iiii in till irrsiiirw of rKa NJC " IMV lork Times vn lite cabinet and its policy are . exciting surprise in " some quarters, but are Quite welt uuderstonii in mhem The outride' public dir uot coumrehend the itigeuious traetics of politicians aolthe newspapers under their control. The most ciuuisy kind of newspaper support is that whic'i ts always laudatory ot an adminis tration. " The most effective aids to a party in power are those journals which give ex pression to the discontent of lartre seciions of the patty, but which are always to be relied upon when a national contest takis place. In its day. the New York Trilmrut. under Horace Greeley's management, was t hp .rulipnintk rrnin rt' 1. 1. w..n Tt. - -" - ' .un j vitc I t y , x" WaSlM tt tiff always on the alert to censure whatever Warrant Effervescent Seltzer Apsrient unwise measures tne party managers miuut au.opi;oui wnen a congressional or presidential election took place Mr. Oree ey uever lauerea. uence tne value ot a i- i. i i . i. press which will give voice to the discon tent as a paity. but which will Drevent ita adherents from Roing outside of the party lines, and finally influence them to vote the regular ticket, notwithstandin their embittered feelings. Old politicians "... n,iuCuiuci iuc eiKuai lusiauce n vjrrce- Kn...n...l...M . 1. . . : i : . ey a opposite to tne nomination of Zachary I' 1 l . 1 i . . . - I i ayiiir: nis tnreat to bo over tit tn Van Buren free-soil movemejt. and how finally. aftsr having "gnat unon the nlatform" f the Tavlor Whies. he advocatptt tho lection of "old Zack." Jsow matters are curiousiv reversed hen the Times was theofFifial nrann nf tne vv nijr ana IeDUbIican nartips- now the Iribune occupies that position, and is uenentea by the cordial suDort it eives the administration and its policy. There is reason to believe tha". the course of the nines is really dictated by Secretary Ev ans, It is known that Mr. Georire Jones is on the most pleasant personal relations withlreHdent Hayes and his uremier: and there is a report current here that Mr. Eivans, owing to tne presidential contest, was paid retainers bv the New Yotk TTtv. aid to furnish it with political ideas on which to conduct the cauvass. The story is that Mr. Uencett was not well satisfi. A with his office advisers, as he made a num ber of mistakes touching the policy of the day. At one time, it is alleged, he con ulted Mr. Dana of the Sun as to the pro per course for the Herald to pursue in given emergencies. It will be remember. ed that Mr. Evarts began his career as a 1A1nnK.i avl a t 1 1 " 1.m.n"r 1 . Z- nLrari: e?- jamin s paper about the time that A. Oak- ey nan startea on Lis career as a writer. he policy dictated bv Mr. K Times aims, it is said, to keeDine in hand the discontented element of the Republi can party, so as to have them cast their votes on the right side in the event ot an election. It is admitted that the Times is ble and bold in its new denarture. and it is hoped it will retain sufficient influence over the discontented republicans to keep them within the party lines. YisTA. An Interesting Relic. From the. Jeweler ana SUvertmith. There will shor'Iy be offered for sale at ancaster, Ene.. an article of" ereat inter est to the American nation. Mr. Joseph Sly, of the King's Arms aud Royal Hotel, Liancaster, ba3 ror tnnoy years devoted hiiustlt to the collection of rare and valu ble pieces ot hirruture and antiquities of various kinds, aid among his collect ioo which he will offer for sale is one of the hree clocks invent bv Dr. Beniaruhi ranklin, of Fhiladebhia. This clock trikes the boar, and has only three wheels and. ou many oocasions Mr. Sly received temptine offers to part with it. The dial is arranged to mark the time on the system of the land watches in years gone by. On the lace is ihe inscription: "Dr. Benjamin Fraoklin, Philadelphia, Inventor." It is one of three clocks io vented by Dr. Frank- iq: the others are in t ie posess.on of the relatives of the late Rev. George Whitfield who, along with Dr. rranklio. conceived the idea of making a clock, for which pur pose tue former found the money for Car rying out the invention. Printlog, Binding and Blank-Book work specialities at The Argus Office. No pains will be spared to please customers. Matisl action euaranteed. tf Important to Persons Visiting New- lORK. One ot the best kept and most conveinient Hotels for Merchants and others to stop at when in New York is the Urand Union liotel, nearly opposite the Grand Central Depot, kept on the Euro pean plau you therefore only pay for what you get. Lverything is first class, and prices moderate, adapted to the strmir ency of the times,- You save the expense of carriage hire, and by leaving your bag gage check on the counter ot the Hotel, your oaggage wm tie delivered in your rooms, fltteens minutes after the arrival of the oars, free of expense. We advise you to give the (irand union a trial. In the Sweet Ey-ana-By cannot but be tbe happy thoueht as the fortunate rectpieut of the "Rocky Moun tain Tourist" scans its wonderful attractive pages and peruses its fascinsting descrip tions. Most beautifully embellished with new and hujbly artistic engravings, its letter-press a model of typographical richness, and the arrangement throughout simply superb, the Rock Mountain Tourist is worthy of comparison with Picturesque America or Tht Aid ine. It is written in gossipy, graphic style, covering details of the tour through the garden ot the South west (the Arkansas Valley, Southern Kan sas), to the very heart of the Alps of I America the Rocky Mountains. Jaunts are made to all the famous resorts of Col orado, the remarkable ruins, the springs, the mines, and, in short, to every point of I interest to tourist, agriculturalist,caDitalist, miner, and invalid. With the Tounst,the San Juan Guide- keeps fitting cooioanv. and tbe two publications are mailed free to all writing lor one or both to 1. J. Ander son. I opeka, Kansas. PublicaUcas t,nUln DaaL.I Handaomelj VaiUaUIC OUUl Bound and Illus trated. Dr. S. 8. FITCH'S SIX LECTURES ON CONSUMPTION. 60 cts. Cure of Heart 1 Uieease, 4.0 cts. Family Pnystcian 85 cts. Sent by I mall. Address Drs. 8. 8. FITCH & SON, 49 Eaat i weuiy-mmn aueei, jwew lortc aw-eow OVERS! Goide to mftrn&tfe. wealtii, &nd beauty nvr lru.it, love letters. wisdom, tie. Hook worth 160 now Buttled free by TBE UffloK rCB. (Jo.. Mewrk, si, J. OBEKS'S PATENT SHEET-BOSOM. STKETCH- 3 er and Ironing Board. Most perfect, durable j and cheapest trontng-bo&rdi in toe world. A) way : I ready for aaei needs no adjusting: fits any shirt- uever uai 01 oraer. Agenis n aniea. . GKEBN BEOS., Manufacturer. 159 LaSaJle Street, ..CHICAGO. SEW AL TZETISMENTS PllfinC X OcUve, fine Roshwooo (not need I H if II V over months), only $130, coBt So0. Pianos at wholesale Great bargains IIRRAf! pearly new, $30; 8 stops, 145; 5 UnU MHO stops, $50; 6 stops $55; 7 stops $0; f .T . r..ni stops, $05; 12 .stops, $55 to $75. Rare opportunities. New organs at wholesale. Beware imitations. Best offer ever made, read. Bent on 5 to 15 days' test trial. Money refunded and freight paid both ways if unsatisfactory. Est. 1856. Auests Wasted, Discounts to Teachers, Ministers, &c. Addrets Daniel F. Beattt, Wash ington, New Jersey. SOC week In yonr own town. Terms & X5outQt OOfree H. UALLETT& COPortlandIe. To Rational Ixvauds. In sickness every por tion of the body sympathizes with the seat ol the disorder. When the stomach fails to perform Its functioiis, the liver, bowels, nerves, muscles, veins, arteries, &c , are all more or less ail'ected. These delinquents require a medicine, combining the properties 01 a stomachic. an alterative. a purgative, a totiic, and sedative to bring them back to their duty ;;aud all these elements. In their purest and most enec live formp, are united lu - ine great falme Remedy for Indlgeston, and ita uuucouiiiaut consequences. Sola by all druggist. RPi 0 3177 Week to Agents. tUOOutfit Free vPJJc- J) p. o. Vickeby, Augusta, Maine. SI O a day at home. Agents wanted. Outfit and I L terms free, TRUE & CO.. Augusta. Me. THE BLACK HILLS Bv II X Muirmi who has spent 12 years In this region. Late-t Silver prospects, Agricultural and Grazing re sources. Climate, Hunting, Fishinjr, Indians, and Settlers' adventures with them, Mining and Wild Western Life, the Waterfalls, Boilm" Geysers, noble Scenery, immense Gorges, etc. With t7 fine illustrations, and new man Pri nri v tun W 4 ! .... CENTS. Sold by all Niwsdbalers. or sert twwt paid for 13 cenu by Donnely, Loyd & Co.. Pub lishers, CHICAGO, ILL , DRUNKARD STOP ! C. C. BEERS. M n ffrmorf A t,a . harmless cure for INTEMPERANCE, which can be given without the knowledge of the patient. Also one for the Opium JEL a 13 i t. Permanent cim-a pnrantwfl in hmh c...,i ciu, for evidence. Ask .irusririsu for it. Address BEKRS & CO., Birmingham, Conn. "JACKSON'S BEST" SWEET, NAVY CHEWING TOBACCO was awarded the highest prize at Centennl Exposi tion, Sept. 27, 1S7H. if you want the best tobacco ever made ask your irrocer for this, and see that i "Jackson's Best"' is on every plug. Sold by all wholesale dealers. Anv one can net a bhikhIo hir applying to . A. Jackson & o.. Manufacturers. t'etersDurgn, va.- Extra Fisk Mixed Cards, with name, 10 cts CJ post paid. L. Jones & Co., Nassau, N. V. OR Kxtba Fine CAkds. no two alike, with name, .J 10 cts. J. K. IJabdkr, Maiden Bridge, N. Y. $5 e OOn per day at tome. Samples Vf LU worth $5 free. Stinson & Co. Portland, Maine BUSINESS CASES. JOHN B. EAWLEY. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Office in BencstilTl's Rlfick TlliT.niaSt KnrV -1 and, Illinois. 3-13d,S:w6m SSOTOSTL? & BSAF.LSLEY LAW AND ABSTRACT OFFICE. ROOMS IN Conrt Hor.se. Juo. T. Kenworthv.Jas.M. Beards- eT- 10-S3d&wtf. C A-Tili KUEHL, A'lTORNEY AT LAW. (Dkitsi-hbr Advokat. n Second Avenne. bet. lTth and Kih i.r ,.(. Jui'pw uiuuu, jkivi. lsiana, ill. CHARLES W. O'NEIL, A l AKD COUNSELOR AT LAW and Notary Public. Office over First Nationa 5-13dw6m Bink, Rock Uland. M. M. CORBETT, ATTORNEY AT LAW. SOUCITOR IN CIIAX- r eery and Notary Public. r I'll n IR. A IibI rarta Ttana anil ouecis. umce xna Avenue. 3rd ooor eSst of Dtupwni urug Biore, kock island. Ills. Wm. P. Zimmerman. TDRACTICAL PIANO TUNER AND REGULA- ier. iieaveoruers wan Jolin immcrnn, , wuu luauuiotiurer, ii mam ot,, ;aear r irst ra tional Bank, Davenport, Iowa KDWABD D. JWItKJI. WILLIAM JACKSON SKENSY & JACKSON, ATTOKNKYS AND COITNS HT.Tnna AT LAW r OtBce Cor. Ea?le uu. auinois. ll-18dlT Ja. M. STURGEON. l rniimi STURGEON & ADAMS, JITOKSKYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW. Til 1 I . . . ' . . ' i urnce in Mitchell i.vnrip'n Mnt r?nir Tuinn Title of Lands m Rock Island County. nave vouiuieie sei ui rmfikft r a hatrat. r. THOMAS YATES, IS PREPARED TO DO PLUMBING IN ALL IT8 l urancnes, aiso, uaa ana hteatu t itf.nir. Call and have estimates made before ordering vnnr nvi a uuce ut uiuer uaniva. . TiiUMAS vaibh,( Levee. )Roek Island CORN STARCH. C3 I .1 Pit STARCH CO. JLL. "4 Cement, Plaster, &c. - t i.-! Iy, is . jC'rgij3agagsag,SfPEa 1 ci i "S3. u ijrmuic. ,v ' j I ar a. m i I; S I JSAILEOATS. Peoria, St. Loais & Kaosas Citj SHO RT -,II2VB3. Peoria, Pekin & Jack sonville E. tSTHE DIRECT ROUTS TOJ PEKIN, HAVANA, 8PEINGFIELD, VIRGINIA; BEAED3T0WN, JACKSONVILLE, ST. LOUIS And all Southern Cities. The Shortest, Quickest and Best tin from . Peoria to Kansas City AND THE WEST, Aa Elegant PAKlOR CAR is attnehed to Morning train from Peoria., This Is the.onlyline running a KIGIIT TRAIN between ' ( Imago asid JacbsottVHie With Sleeping Car attached. - Trains of Peoria A Rock Island Rallsrar nmlfB direct connection in Peoria with trains of Peon a rekin & Jacksonville K. Ii. KELSKl, CHAS. MAEABB, Superiniendent. Gen'l T'kt Agent. hicago, Rock Island h Pacific Railroad. THE OLDEST, MOST PERFECTLY EQUIPPED AND BEST MANAGED LINE. Connecting the Great Lakes & Missouri River. VT .l-n. 1, road and Steamboat Lines at Chicago, Joliet, Ot tawa. La Salle. P.eoria, and Rock Island, Illinoi; Davenport, West Liberty, Iowa City, Grenell, Des Moines and Council Bluffs, Iowa; Omaha, Neb Muscatine, Columbus Junction, Washington, Fair- , r ions buu oeianap, lowa ; irenion, Cameron Beverlv. Missonri : Atchison . ii ui m, Kansas. Passenger Trains leave Rock Island : GOINQ EAST. OOISQ WT Dttv Express 8:35 4.' m. 6:30 a. M Bureau Accommodation 4.30 p. m. 9:59 a. m. 6.05 p. M. ight Express. 10.00 P. m ELEGANT Palace Day and Sleeping Caarius are run on an xnrougu Trains. For Tickets annlr tnfi.n Af ljvui..Tti.vut & - - . ' - j , ..gi-u., iew Passenger Depot. V.-,t. i.' i-.. i ..Vi , Pa.... rm.Mn.. Tini. t.ji v. . . ci. iuiuuii xuib a.nuiiiif, con tracts, or any general Information, call on J. A. Hanlev. -Freight A?nt. at N-or Vn!niit nn.m foot of Adams, near Illinois street. 1 A. M. SMITH, HUGH RIDDLE, Gen. Pass. Ag't Chicago. V. Pres't and Gen. Snpt KIMBALL. .T a TTir'0820- Ass ' t Gen. Snpt. Freightand ContracnnV Aet ueo. M. LiOOSLEy, Ticket Agent. hicago,-Milwaukee & St. Paul RAILWAY. THE GREAT THROUGH LINE Chicaso-Forthwest, W1S00HSW. 1T0STSSS1TI0TA. Minnesota, Dakota, Manitoba. AND THE BLACK HILLS. Passinir thrmiph . Pin.. cnntwr bcenery, and connecting more Business Centers and PloaBtlmU..,!,.. . -XT-., . . - Connecting In Chicago with all Eastern and Southern Lines. Chic aoo Depot: Cor. Canal and W. Madison St. Horse Cars anil RtAcm T.l dm f.i. .11 r,ar0 ,rhm.,. constantly pavslnsr. Chicago i;itt uwick : 61 end 03 Clark St. THE ONLY THROUGH LINE BETWEEN CHICAGO. Milwaukee. Eparta, La Crosss, Winoan Madison, McGregor, Owantonn'a ST. PAUL AND MINNEAPOLIS: Traversing the Valley of the Upper Mississippi River. Jt Tl (1 nlnnv tha . . . nt , . . 1. 11 , through Northern Iowa and Central Minnesota. riPPa 1 a Of .Wnin. . . . I 11 . . 1 . . . Wt-stinphoune s Improvea Automatic Air-Brak. on tall thsiinnh a.nn.. A. V. H. CARPENTER, x.r,T,,TT neral Pass, and Ticket Ag' S. MERRILL, JNO. C. GAULT, Gen'l Manager. AssH Gen'l Manager. X?J!l1? time VIA THE P0fUA & BOCK ISLAND AND Toledo, Peoria & Warsaw ROUTE. (Tln-oixgrli Traius as follows: j NewYork Cincinnati 1 Atlantic Jan. 21, 1877 j; special, nxpress. i Express Lv. Rock Island.. 1 40pm 3 55 " I 715 " J 1 am? 4 20 " ! 8 40 " ' 8 30 " " Galva " Peoria 8 45am 4 SO pm 1 05 ' 8 05 " j 5 50 " 10 30 " i 11 10 " 4 40 " 12 45 am 7 50 " 07 p m 7 30 " 7 20 10 80 " 12 55 am 730am Ar. Chicaeo ...... Sheldon ' Lafayett " Indianapolis.. " Cincinnati.... " Louisville .... t Logansport... " Columbas.... " Pittsburgh ... " Washington.. " Baltimore .. " Philadelphia.. " New York.... " Boston. 530 8 45am 610 pm 12 85 pm 7 45 9 12 a m 7 45 " 7 85 " 10 25 " 840pm S 00 a m 807pm o 1U 345 8 45 6 15am 15 am Throuch Cars from Peoria to Inrt.nn cinnati or Chicago on day and nijrht trains, vmcmnau express naa Reclining Chair Car mroaga to Indianapolis ana Cincinnati. REGULAR TICKETS, AND SPECIAL I.miTKn TTfVTPTW r or saie ai rates always as low as the lowest. Low Rates. Quick Time, and first wrnm modatloni are tast making tbe T. P. & W. B0UTE e"THK MOST POPULAR IN TIIE WEST. Send for Map Folder. H. C.TOWNSESD, Gen. Pass. & Tk't Agt COMMISSION WORK & DROUIN, GUiAIlsr Commission Merchants, PHILADELPHIA,. PA . M. B. KUEENEMUNDT & CO., GENERAL Commission Merchants No. 117 S. Main Street, 8T. LOUIS,.... no Solicit Shimneaia rif ftratn T7M.o T.iu ti' i Feathers, Uuaer,Egg, and other Country Prod nee ""w ui.u'.n uimue uti oi ua 01 ijtain Orders for Cement aod Merchandise of &il kin promytiy attended to. f. hopp & ao., 817 Washington Street, NEW YORK. omwiissioh Merchants, FOE THE SALE OF Butter. Cheese, Eggs Poultry, Game, &c. t"OOOV SALES AND PROMPT 'RETU2KS. Full Market Prices gparanteed. Send a Pri wsasviv suitt piflPg X asual. ; BAZItEOiDS. - Peoria & Bock Island ' - SHORTEST EOUTlt TO THB ? A S T - A IO .SOUTH. i v 1 "Traits leave Rock Island. 'i 6:00 a. m. South Eastern Express. - Jl :50 p, m., Mail and Cincinnati Exnreas 60 a. m.. Way Freight v Trains arrive at Rock Island. 1:12 p. m.. Mail and Cincinnati Express. 6 :00 p. m.. Western Express. 8:25 p. m., Way Freight. The 6."3 a. m. tram makes close connoctione at Galva with C B. 4 Q., for Aledo and Keitsburg ; arrive in Peoria at 10:15 am., making close con nections with P., P. & J. for Jaensonviile, Spring field, St. Louis and all points south aud sooth west ; iao wigi I. B. & W., T. P. & W., and Illinois Mid land, for T rre Haute, Indianapolia, Cincinnati and Louisville and all eastern and southeastern points. Tne 1:50 p. m., train makes close connection at Galva with C. B. & Q., fo.- points west, arriving at making close connections with J. B. & W.. and T. P. A. W m.Hi fnr - - - - Auui,iui,o, vuuct;Liija; lucre with all fast trains for eaBt and soath. This is decidedlv the best ronfe for the southeast. Ey FAST TIME. SURE ONNECTIONS, and rates as low aa by any other route. J. V. MAHONEY, J. R. niLLIARD, Receiver, Peoria. HATI0HAL DESPATCH s- Fast Freight Line for Detroit, MilwaiLko, CMcagc. St. Louis Eock Island, Davenport, Guincy, - ; Onjaha ' And all point West, No Transhipment. Mark Packages NATIONAL DESPATCH. Western Agents Samubl Smith, St, Louis, Mo. F. A. Howe, 93 & 95. Lake Street, Chicago, 111 "THE WASHINGTON CITY EOUTE' Baltimore & OMo R. K. THE SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND ONLY DIRECT EOUTE . TO Washington and Baltimore WITH DIBECT COSKECTIOK8 FOB ilulOlLYBK Norfolk: ARB . - THE SOUTHEAST. Philadelphia, N. York, Boston THE EAST. TBAVKXJEBS DK91BIKQ A Speedy Pleasant and Comfcrtable Trip SHOULD BKXEXBEB THAT THE Baltimore & Obio Bailroad 18 CELEBRATED fOB ITS ElegaDt Coaches. Splendid Hotele, .Grand aud Beautiful Mountain and Valley Scenery, and the niaDy points of Historical Interest along its line. rare wilt ALWAYS be as Low us by aay other Line. PULLMAN PALACE CARS IUTN" Til BO UGH Without Olianjje BETWEEN THE PRINClrAL Western and Eastern Cities. For th Touch Tickets. Rapeive Chirks H1avi.it,,. .. of Trains. Sleeping Car Accommodations, tc., a p ply at Ticket Ofl!ces at all principal points isoiiTn, 8(;LTn kast ok vest.j E. R. DORSEY, I, m. COLE. Asst GenTTicket Afr't. fk-n'l Tirkt Ao't THOS. V. HARRY, THOS. R. SHARP, western t sss. Agt. Master of Transp'n THE MOST POPULAR iRTH ID SOUTH LINE v. IN IOWA, IS THE BarIiiigto&9 Cedar Ilapids & Northern Hailaj. 2 PASSENGER TRAINS EACH WAY DAILY, (SCKUAY8 EXCIPTBlll Going North 1 1 :15 a. m. r 10 :38 p. d. GolDg South 7:30 a. m.; 8:28 p. m. Palftre STi?ntr r-urm nwrttiA m..A ...... 1 ... v line, accompany all night trains. CONNECTIONS ARE AS FOLLOWS: for Peoria, Indianapolis, Lafayette and Cincinnati : mil V Phlna nn. UnalnAs. JL k t Tt f - - i ' cago, Keokuk, iuiscy and St Louis" West to Ottum- Burlington fc Southwestern R'y, for Farmington, Bloomtield and all points in Miseonri and Kansas. At (Inlnmhni .!nniinn uith itUaA Ar r v. w " -uva.uu, ifliu vuiugu s CUUIU western Railroad forWahlDgton andiLeaenworth ana, imv.uoio,itiiu muBtnuue xivifiiou O. J It . Jfl. for Muscatine. " " -a-Mus-ny, WUU VUltBU, AVULaV AB1UUU Ob Pacific Kail road, for Iowa City, Deeinoiues, and 1BTLUpUI. At Cedar Rapids, with Milwaukee Division of B f W JSr M Wlnil.n.niln... ,1' T " : . i) ana McGregor; with Chicago & Northwestern Rail WaV. for Omaha. Connr.il RllltTa n,l Pttirtan mrtA with Dubuque & Southwestern B'y tor Dubuque. At W'ltArlnn mr ti P., Vail. .,.. Tin 1 .. . tral Railroad tor Independence, Dubuque, Foi Dodge and Sioux City. ai cueii nocK wun stage lor waverly. At Tnri .1 n nil iii,i ui i i H X ( 1 ... 1 a. c T) .. - - - - - . v . ... ... . i m. . v SU Railway, for Mason City and Charles City. A T1 V. ut, , .. . . . . .. ai. a ijwuutu wuu isuwsuKee at si. faui xtaiiway for ail points in Minnesota. At tst Paul, for all pointa on Northern Pacific H fii W.'LT t h . irr-u T L- .... .. . ' " . . rji icivu,auu an points North and Northwest. x.. r . iioLAjw, wen'i Manager. C.J ITES. Gen'l Pasa.A Ticket Aeent. Cedar Rapids, Iowa NOTICB CRAMSa Peoria & Rock Island R'y- 'AND- I. B. & W. ROUTE. IT Q Leaves Peoria 8:10 a m; Bloomington XI U 4t 4:15am:Danrllle,8:20am. Arrive isDiAKAPOLis, ll:85am; Ciscikbati, 4:30 p m; IliTfna. I'.nm.lnmBimiv ,i r ... . .. . i with traina for the Eaat. 17a Leaves Rock island 6:00 m; Peoria J-iU "S 10:20 a m ; B oomington, 12:05 p m : Champaign, 1 :34 p m; Danville, 8:05 pm. Arrives. uun.rous, D;uu v ui ; tJIHCIMNATU 10:20 O m: LontSVII.I.K. 11 -111 n m Kiauciir. cik. r- " , i- --- , ii.11. 0 ..1 . in , jjuy- ton 11 :4a; pm; Columbus, 13 45 a ra ; Wheeling, '-waiuj riTTfsiiiu, am; iialtimork. 7-35 d mi,WAS1IrNGTON'9:u''; Pi: PHILADELPHIA. r "" av.ia p iu i vieveiana,4 :;w a m ; Buffalo, 110 p m ; Albany 12:45 a m. But On Nioht out to principal Eastern Cltlea one honr in . advance of other lines. ?7fa Rock Island, 1:45 p m: Peoria J-U VI i-.acpm; Bloomington. 9:30 pm. Ar rives iNDuxArous. 4 :) a m ; Ciscishati, 6:45 a m Lodi8ili,, 8:30 am; Nashville, 6 55 p ni Dav ton 9:35 a m; Columbus, ia;30 D m; Wheeling, 8 .85 p m ; Pittsbubo, 7:45pm; BAttiMOBK. 7 -45 m- Philadelphia" i.)su;ntn lUKii, iu::aim; Cleveland, a-45 D m : Buffalo. H 40 n m All, '.. x:40 p m. '. BECLIHINQ CHALK ELEEPINO CAES, with Statb Rooks, ran through to Cincinnati via Hamilton on No. 6, and Qalesburg and Indianapo lis on No. 8. f . . Nos. 4 and 6 make close connection at Danville, reachlngTerre Haute. VincePCea, EvaDsville, La fayette, Logansport, Ft. Wayne, Toledo and De troit in anvance of other lines. The L B. & W. is the Only Li hi to Indianapolis running its trains through to that point without change. It la the Shoetest, consequently makes tnakts the sami Connections aa lu tompetliora WITHOUT BXCE6S1VK SPBED. ' This is the 0:,ly Boers with TWO Daiit Likes OfSlEEPEBS, If You Take the I. B. & W.- Koute Ton Savtv ONE chasga of Cars. Address the Gen'l Pass. Agent, and get copy onr Nw Map-Foldbb, giving full informalio BOW TO EEACH THE EAST AND fiGUIH. , JOHK1W BROWTS, Gen'l Pasa A Ticket Agt Indian apoub. Ihd. I a n'l AgenVDaveuport.