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THE Moline Wagon Moline Wagon Comp'y, MOLINE, . ILLINOIS. MANUFACTURE ' Farm, Spring and Freight WAieOISTfe. Farm Wagons. A FULL AND COMPLETE LIKE OP JE latform AND OTHER SPRING WAGONS I Especially adapted to the Western Trade of superior workmanship and finish, riniliiotroted Price Lint free on application See the Moline Wagon before purchasing others SEWING THREAD. GEORGE A. CLARE; SOLE AGE35TT. (WOUND ON WHITE SPOOLS.) The Best and Most Popular SEWING THREAD OF MODERN TIMES. A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT FOR SALE BY FIELD BROS.. SOCK ISLAND, ILL. SZWOT3 MACHETES THE 3SHEW SEWING Ahead of all others in Improvements ! Self -Threading SHUTTLE ! It is the Lightest Running ! The Simplest to Learn to Use I The Most Dub able 1 Selt-Settwq Nibble! ever Skips Stitches ! Never Breaks Thbeao 1 4 here is HO muehinn whfoh la an Kaait.v T.K&nNBTl ftnd whcli combines Lightness and Durability! or these and other reasons The "AMERICAN" is IQe Best Maphillf f.,1" all .... .,,...ia anri U'a.Mntutl Jo give entire satisfaction f 1 he science of sewing viumr, is om, oni me Perfect Application ol " accomplished only by the New American Ma chine and Self-Threading Shuttle. UFF1CE and Stlbsboo &i4 Wabash Avenue t ..ILLS LiItI,!?TREET, Davehpobt. TT ZiEJ HELICAL. KO CURE ! Dr. SB AST NO PAY I J 173 Sontli flarl Strict r t m m- .,. - m T -..w., vviun vi ititiuroe, Ulicago, 111. rh,i!ltreaiing f rivate Nervous, fr-jtf- 1 -hronlc, and special diteases. Sperms' K J ft? i lmPtency 0ual incapacity). &T diseases and difficulties, etc ABRIAGE BH. BOHANKAN-S with numerouieneravinift SECRETS, ppsii a! 1 kind of Dvum-.. v.j?.IUl"'',,eTn'howto,u" Dr. JAMES, XocJs Ilostrital. S04Washington Sti, Cor. Franklin, CHICAGO. Charter.! , th H.n.n r Illinois for toeexpress purpose H frmns; immediate relies la v aiiwuegotpnvat,caronieBn4 v urinary diseases fa a'l tbeir ;) ooniplicaled forms. His well known Dr. James has .toad at the head of the profession for toe past thirty years. - Age and experience are all Impor tant. Hrmlnsl Weakness, Stivht buunt l.v .Inun.s ..i.n. piemen the laoe, lost nianhnxl. ean positively be" cured. Ladies wanting the most delicate atteutiou, call or write. Tleanant home for patients. A book lhr the million Uarriage Oui.le which tells you all about these diseases, who should marry, whT not, 10 cents to pay postage. Dr. James has llftv rooms anil parlors. Vou see no one but the Doctor. Ofttoe hour's, S a. m. to 1 i. ra. ; 8undsy, 10 to 11. Dr. James it 60 years of age. DR. BUTTS DISPENSARY iN, S'Ow 12N.llc-liil.t4' a w.wu . . m -V, ' smrii m tne treatment of Sexual and ClironioDiaeasPBolhotiisoxM. .'iiflBi, A PhvstoloiriDal VieinfM.n.,a ' fcr th e married and those rontemplaliui niarriuge, ou the mystrries of reproduct- , "" sreret innrniities of youth, manhood and woiiianl.ood An illustrat.Hll..kot2 paiTe,; 1 PL vVe UK. "" should be keut under locV and key. jSnt undersea) for 50 eta. A PRIVATE MEDICAL TREATISE o all disease, Ti? Nat,ure ' bodi spxcs, the abuses and dis orrteniotthe.etuals.vstem, and thetneansofcure.ioODaKea With i emrravinss, .cut uniltrseal ora cu. P ,IAILADVJCE ? 8,xuiil "' Chronic Diseaws, 1 i,h !'2W Catarrh, Cancer, Rupture, the Opium llnbit.tc., aoOpai;e work sent under aeal for 10 eta! AU three bocks containing 460 pares and evervthinjr wortlt known on the aubject, sent securely scaled on re ceipt or CO cts. Address, Or. Butts' DisDenaarv No.12 N. 8th t., St. Louis, Mo. Te&T".?' Dr. Whittier, 6S7 St. Charles street, St. Louis, Mo. A r?gn!ar srjiae of two Medical Colleges, has been loneer iif-i -pj in the sp"tial treatment of alt Voneral. Sexual sndChrcmo tiiaenses tbirn any other l'hicln tntju Louis, siciiy papers snow, aadalloid resident! know, Sypt.ilis, Gonorrbcea, Gioot, Stricturo, Or etihis, Ktrnis, or Rupture, ail Urinary Oisestea snd Syphilitic or msrcurial iTsctions of th throat, skin or bons, ara treated with unparalleled suceesa, on lutcit soientiiio principles. Safely, Privately. Spormsiorrhcsa, Sexual Debility and I m pot ency, as tlie result of Self-abujcin youth, sexual excesses in maturer years, or other causes, and which prod ace soma of the (o!!i-wug e!?:te: acrvoiisucsa, seminal emissions, debility, di.um.a or eiht, defective memory. pimple9 on tha face, physicKidCKr, aversion toeo'iictyof fmules.confusloa of iac3, loss of scrp.nl power, etc., rendering marriage tmproperumnhappy.are permanently oured. FamphTet pages) r?taucg to ud ftbov., teut in sealed envelopes, for two postnee stamrs. Consultation at cilice sr by mail tree, and invited, a friendly talk or hiaooloton costs nothing. When it Is lu:-)nvcuient to Ttsit the city for treatment, tr:?ui-:lne9Cna be smutty cypress or muilercrrwlisra. Cure a'lle cscs ruurantc. i, where doubt exists it is frankly stated. (Jiice Uu. j: 8 A. id. to 7 P, X. buudayi, l'i i. to I F. U. Pamphlei, to any address, for Two Stamps. MANHOODAUTtBltt WOMANHOOD kTo" Sent sealed, all three, for SO Cents. Manhood and Womanhood in German, both together, Illustrated, 15 Cents. IVIARRiACE I &?Ss. rSL" I GUIDE. ElecraEt oloth and cl't binding. Sealed for 60a. Over Lit? TVvnuL-rii:l pun .kturtii, u uo to lifo; rthilc9oa liio fo;ioiug eiujtcia; tuajr niiirrr, rho not, why, I'roner 89 to marry. TTuo mnrry first, ilnnhood, Woman fcoi, Phytlcal ctcaV. Itie euecu of oeUtmcy and txoett. V hoshouid marry ; l(otrlifeiiriiibaprttesiiiay be lacreatiet). The PhTBioloy if RcrtxiQuiioD, and many more, ?Ubt Curried or C0i)tcaip.ii::g marriicref!iouldr&A it AfLurftiiro-luiig tTuciiQ, iosWr.from buman aa we!t &S roraJ oocvlctiexi.it oujht to bo r?ad br alt adult persons, tiioa locted. tip, not laid nronnd orlo6t,n.tiswortiiy tit re-reading. It cotnis tlo cream of medical liter- BtCrc.tboUeilita ritiirrc I irx an extensive priuitice. and worth to any ouq wuo m..i &vq u a o&roui perusal wu Umea Its costs. 85ont3bymaii. Chra,p?it yoou-guioa la AaitiTioa. Vor ciUur tadroo. eauloslug aaunt, DF?. VYKITTIER, 617 St. Char'.es 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 all parts of the country. Jiledicines perfectly safe. CHILLS AND FEVER, AGUE, &c. Cured or Money Refunded by Using MAGUIRE'S AGUE MIXTURE Price, f 1 00 per bottle. Maguire's Cunduraneo Bitters Cures Complaints of LIVER, BLOOD, KIDNEYS AND STOMACH Is the Verretable Substitute tor Calomel; con tains 110 alcohol. The bft anti-bilious purgative known, operating on tue bowels without pain, nau sea or griping. Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Cholera Morbus, FLUX, SUMMEK COMPLAINT, &C, Relieved at once by MAGUIRE'S BENNE PLAN! The Thirty Years Specific. For Lung Affections.Btonchttis, Consump tion, IrritatioD of the Larynx, lhroat, and Chest, &c, use MAGUIRE'S Tar, Glycerine, Whisky & Book Candy Price, $ 1 00 per b.ottle (new remedy). PILES! PILES! PILES! All forme relieved and cured by Maguire's White Ecso Pila Cure. Price, $1 00 per pot. For COUGHS AND COLDS use Maguire's Expectorant, IT CANNOT BE EXCELLED. Price, 50 cte per bottle. la WARRANTED TO BE THE BEST. I arse Bottles $1 00. J. & C. MAGUIRE, ' BOLK PROPRIETORS, Bold by aU Drusgixta. ST. LOUIS, MO BE. SABIHE'S INDIAN VEGETABLE COUGH SYRUP wr the sneedv cure of Coughs, Colds. Hoarseness, Incipient Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, Phth- u,l Whnnn nsr OoucU ana Uroup. iaiscruiK an Anndvne ExDectorant and is composed of the best ingredients the vegetable kingdom anoras, nd when used according to directions, must con vince the most skeptical of its intrinsic value. . Directions for the usa ol Bablne s lntuan egem W Cougb. Syrup accompany eskch bottle. I. IK ' A SPECIAL KCTIOES. Concentrated SYEUP BLOOD PURIFIER I The Greatect Blood Purlfler known evervwhiw TRIUMPHANT! A PERFECT SUCCESS f f'?,Hn Cancers. Scrofula, Humors7weakne8 ef ' ir? far? forftSL C .I?. iSr'en .fh" bottles , i.., ociicta r ang, jn. y , Never Failing ! AXDTnSln biittijio ... iv chins. Ainr'Vr.f: ii"'cPreJw.Mnt- nervons inrf vm ""V' "euraieia, urnity, a 1 bottles 5 SprTrT Z: "' ""- " c 1 s HOWE M X " F nromo-rree. C. B. iA.Ti ruprieior Seneca Falln, N. Y. nv JisuDd.eog8on and T H Thoma8- drns ARE PAlu S Oisabied in line of duty, it by a c c i d e n t or otherwise. A WOUNI. of any kind, the Joss of a Fintrer or Top, or wfr. s of a" Ky Bl'IN I HIE, if but slight, gives a psriiion. Disease of Lungs or ai ioos- Veiiim give a pension. ilOl'Nl Y. If uischarfedfor wound.injuries cr rupture, you Ret full boun ty. eo-Send a stamps for copy of Pension and Bounty Acts. Address all letter! to P.E.FITS3EBALD, u.b. Claim Apent.lndianap CiiS, Ind. KiTOn all JetteVs mark P. O. Box 54.-: BASSETS, BASKETS. DEALERS WILL FIND IT TO TnEIR INTER ftat tn nfllKtnl... tl... u..l: ..... We TRflnnfurlnr all ;.. . . . t J . .lUU", BIJU'D SHU Ol oas- bet?, ftnn n.t flonrpu Ih.t -fll l..n .. ... . . . ..tijr v.wiujf:iiLltjIl. ur- aers and corresjtoDdence solicited. Both will re ceive prompt and careful attention. J. D. .MILLER & CO., Burlington, Iowa. Publications M uable Books! iaZ Disease. 40 cts. . S,miiir Pi,T.ui.;n -jii v mail. Address lira. S. S. FITiui . xfr Aa wenty-ninth Street, New York. " dw-eow OVERS Guido to marriaire. wealth, und bH.uty. never faiis. love ltttsrs. liuoiuU uj The Uxiox Pub, Co., Newark., $ J. J0LIE7 STONE WI. A. STEEL, PROPRIETOR OF THE Joliet Stone Quarries. Dealer in the Best Quality of Dimension, Flagging, Rubble and every kind of BUILDING AND MONUMENTAL STONE. These are the moft extensive Quarries in thU section of country, shipping more stone lUan al) the others put together, of al) thicknesses, from two inches to fifty-two inches thick; and Jhe quan tity quarried is bo great that almost any order can oe niiea on toe spot. MEDFORD RUM. DANIEL LAWRENCE & SONS, ONLY DISTILLERS OF Medford Rum! Still enjoy the reputation of luancfacmring the Best Rnm in the States. Duly authorized by Su.e license. The superior quality and purity of Lawrence's Medlord Rum for the past fifty -two years, hi: s made it everywhere known as the stan dard Rum. No pains will be spared to maintain its purity and reputation. WE HAVE J THE LAESEST STOCK OF QLD UFOi EI IN THE WORLD. 8 Of the finest and choicest grades and of all ages. The public is cautioned sgaii st imitations and counterfeit. Order direct from ns, and we warrant perfect satisfaction. Please address all orders to MEDFORD. MASS., or 181 Broad St., Boston, Mass., and they will receive prompt atten tion. 3end for circular. DANIEL LAWRENCE & SONS. YEAST. IMXaavi TWI10THIS YBAST. The Most Reliable Dry Hop Yeast in Market. For gale by all first-class Grocers. Factories t Peoria, 111.: Detroit, Mich.; Water loo, N Xn and Toronto, Ontario. PENSIONS ROCK ISLAND,.. .ILLINOIS A Remarkable Pood Preservative. From the iVo Orleans Democrat. A practical physician, Dr. J. W. Daren port, of Dallas. Texas, has obtaintd a pat ent which promises to be of great useful ness It is simply a fluid for keeping all kinds of fruits, vegetables, and meats fresh and sweet. The aim of the chemist lias Deen to discover the ineredionts of a pickle which would arrest the progress of decomposition, and extinguish the germ 6f ueuay tu an animal and veeetab e snhstnr. ces, without impairing their flavor or im partug to them any injurious effect. It is simply a pickle ot the most inexpensive sort, costing less than brine or vinponr in which any meat or vegetable mav" be kept la open vessel., ubtuerged for months, and, when takrn out will be found as pure and fresh as when the vegetables came i rORl flip onrAon rv the meat from the butcher's stall. This pickle may be furnished and prepared at cost of four cents tier harrol Tr,o pickle is so nearly tasteless and palatable as to demonstrate its iDnoinrisnrss mi yet, from the specimen we saw yesterday, green corn which had been immersed in it for twelve months, when boiled, could not 06 distinguished from tha nnrn wk.Vr, had been gathered that morning. Mutton ana pork cnops, and even fat pababottes, placed in this pickle weeks auo. when subjected to heat, had reserved all thpir original irefchness aad flavor. The Bureau of Female Tavorites. From the Boston Transeipt. The exposure of the investigation nnm mtttee into the affairs of the RarfsnnfFn. graving and Fnntiog, at Washington, con stitutes a chanter of wasteful ness ami fnr- ruption disgraceful to the Federal officers ot the past Administration, and the mem- uors oi congress by whose influence and ef forts such nefarious proceedings were nos- aililn i.n.l-... st, - r . t u v- j wjvernment. it appears that this department was made the asylum where Congressmen bestowed their im. """"" uuiuc-aeeKing iriends. Twice s many employees were conneetei with the Dusmess as could be used for any service. in one department thirty or more wo men. WhO. for Want of rnnm V... o )t form built for their accomodation, while away the time in sleep, not having any thing to do. The of tl jags to have beee the natural result of w u a, a, UUU Lill.l n I. Al t: ne tongressiona svstem r,f nnmntmrTit3 j ... . - "I K".uiu.,J, SUCtl an lliUStia i m of its hanpfnl shcioll powerfu ly aid to prevent ii from again Deing adopted in the disposal of Fed eral patronage, The Colonnade Hotel. PhUadeJ model establishment. It is suDerb in both tyle and appointment and its tahlo nrl service cannot be excelled. Passengers arrivinsr in New York- hv way of the Grand Central Depot, will find me new and comfortable Hotel Devonshire, Which is OPDOSltO the 42d street, the most convenient and inex pensive place to stop. It is a mnpm hotel, and first-class in all appointments. Since the openine of the new ami p-rr-pl. ent Hotel Devonshire, opposite the main entrance of Grand Central Dennt. first. class accommodations at reasonable rates can be had in this most convenient locality. uy an means stop at the Hotel Devonshire on your next visit to the city of New York. Nervous 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 xccsses. mental overwork and indiscre tions. Ibis NERVOUS DEBILITY finds a sovereigu cure in Humphreys homeo pathic specific. No. 23, It tones up the system, arrests discharges, dispels the mental gloom and despondeticy.and reiuve- nates the entire system. It is perfectly harmless and always efficient. Price $5, for a package of five boxes 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 bv mai on rer-pint of price. Address Humphrey's .Inmpo- pathic Medicine Co.. No. 109 Fulton St.. N. Y. ESee ar: udvoriisenicDt. LIVEPs EESULAT03 AN ADDRESS TO THE SICK, Do you waut to purify the evstera? Po yon want to pet rid of biliousness? Do you want something to strengthen you i Do you want a good appetite? Do you want to get rid of nervousness? Do you want good dictation : Do you vant to sleep well? Do yon want to build tip your constitution? Do yon waut a brisk and vigorous feeling if you do. BEGrULATQB. j. el ZEiLrrsr & co., Sole Proprietors, Simmoas' Liver Regulators, Phila fiSXr THE rAVOJEITE om8 Remedy TV. 3s6.vsvB iuicu uuiiucon- !TTV' fain a sino-1,, nnrli,l ..f Mcriirv I . r Oil., tnir.-i. ous mineral substance, but is PURELY VEG ETABLE, containing those Southern Roots & Herbs, which an All-Vi-e Providence has placed in countries where Liver Disease most prevail. It will cure all diseases eaused by derangement of the Liver and Bowels, Regulate the Liver and prevent Chills and Feveij SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR Is eminently a Family Medicine; and by being kept ready for immediate resort will pave many an hour of suffering and many a dollar In time and doctor's Dli.'S. After ovor Forty Years' trial it is still receiving the most unqualified testimonials to its virtues from persons of the highest character and responsi bility. Eminent physicians commend it as the most EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC FOR ICONSTIPATION. HEADACHE. PAIN IN THE SHOULDERS,DIZZINE!SS,SOUR STOMACH, HAD '1ASXK IN THE -MOUTH. BILIOUS A 1 TACKS, rim I'ATION OF THE HEAR T, PAIN IN THE REGION OF THE KIDNEYS DESPONDENCY, GLOOM AND FOREBODING Or HV1L. ALL OF WHICH ARE THE OFF PRINU OF A DISEASED LIVER. COLIC IN CHILDREN For children complaning of colic, headache, or sick stomach, a teaspoonfnl or more will give relief. Children, as well as adnlis e&t sometimes too much gnpper or something which does not di gest well producing sour stom ach, heartburn, or restlessness ; a good dose of Liver Regulator will give irehcf. This applies to persons of all ages. It is the cheapest, purest aud best Family Med icinepn the world ! XT HAS NO EQUAL Thousands lead miserable lives, snfferinc frnm dyspepsia a disordered stomach and liver, pro ducing biliousness, heartburn, costivenesg, weak new, lTegnlar appetite, low spirits, raising food after eating, and often tn dins in fatal attadts of fever. They )know thev are sick, vet tret little sympathy. The unfailing remedy to prevent these aimctions and restore health is SiMMoxt,' liver Regulator. Manctacttjred oicxt bt J. H. ZEILITJ & CO. PHILADELPHIA, PA., Price, $1 SoldSbjll DmggUta. Siiseir LIVER NEW AD VEBTiSSHENTS PIANOS 7 Octave, fine Rosewood (not used oyer o mourns), only 13U, cost J 050 nanos at wholesale Great bargains nDDIUO Nearly new, f-20; 2 stops, f45 unoHna stops, -o estops $55: 7 stODsii0 S9 stops, $05; 12 stops, $55 to $75 Kare opportunities. r,ew organs at wholesale. utiviire liuiiauons. uestoner ever made, read sent on 5 to is lays, test trial. Money refunded ana ireigni paia oom ways if unsatisfactory. Eat. lhn6. AiiESTM wasted, Discounts to Teachers jaiiuinLuio, olc. AuureiB XTArl i.L i: . UEATTY, asb' liigiou, isew jersey. CJCC week la yonrown town, Terms & 5outflt OODfree, 11. HALLETT& CO.,Portland,Me. 1 O liATlOVAT. IVVUfKO Trt oIlr,.aa . Oihorder. When the stomach fails to perform its ruiictious, the liver, bowels, nerves, muscles, veins arteries, &c, are all more or less affected. These delinquents require a medicine, couibinin-' the iJiupcrucs oi a Stomachic an ali,.rio o T.nrn,i... a tonic, and sedative to bring them back to their outy;aud nil these elements, in their pnrest and uium euecuve lorms, are united in Tarrant' Effervescent Seltzer Aperient tue great Saline Remedv ui,L.ia coneuqugnces. sola by all druggists CKK O 0J7 7 a Week to Agents. $10Ontflt Free vJn Pf P. O. Vicksbt. Auaurta. Maine. n a day at home. Agents wanted. Outfitand V I terms free, TRUE & CO., Augusta, Me. THE BLACK HILLS By II. N. Maguiiik, who has spent 12 years in this region. Laten acounts of Uo!d and bilver prospects, Agricultural and Grazing re sources. Climate, Hunting, Fishm?, Iudiaus, and settlers adventures with them, Mining and Wild Western Life, the Waterfall, Boilnig Geysers, noble hcenery, immense Gorges, etc. With 37 fine Jil?f,ia,tl"1,e' Hud "L'w maP Fri ONLY TEN LlkN rt. Sold by all NEWsnr-ALEns, or sent post paid for 12 cents by Donnely, Loyd & Co., Pub Ushers, CHICAGO, ILL , DRUNKARD STOP C. C. BEERS, M. D.. (formerly of Boston,) has a harmless cure for INTEMPEHANCE, which can be given without the knowledge of the patient. Also one for the Opium Habit, Permanent cures guaranteed in both. Sendirtama for evidence. Ask druggists for it. Address BEERS & CO., Birmingham, Conn. "JACKSON'S BEST" SWEET NAVY CHEWING TOBACCO was awarded the highest prize at Centennl Exposi tion, Sept. 27, ISTti. if vou want the best t.nhren ever made ask yoar jrrocer for this, and that "Jackson's Best" is on every plug. Sold by all wholesale dealers. Any one can pet a sample by applying to .A.Jackso.v & o.. Manufacturers. Pelersburgh, Va. C Extra Fihe Mixed Cards, with name, 10 cts. L J post-paid. L. Jomes & Co., Nassau, N. nc Extra Fine CArds. no two alike, with name, .0 10 cts. J. K. Harder, Maiden Bridge, N. Y. $5 $20 Portland, Maine. per day at tome. Samples worth $5 free. Stisson & Co. BUSINESS GAELS. JOHN S. HAWLEY. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW n Office in Benstun1!! ttlrwt in..1,,;0ct -i and. Illinois. 8-iadAwKm EENWOSTLT & BSAEDSLEY LAW AND ABSTRACT OFFICE. ROOMS IN Court House. Jno. T. Ken worthy, J as, M. Beards-ey- 10-ttSdAwtf. CA.EL KUEHL. ATTORNEY AT LAW, (Deutseher Advokat, Second Avenue, lief i:ti, .-.,1 u.h v.., ,,....' Cropper s office, Rock Island, 111. " ya"cl CHARLES W. O'NEIL, . ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW and Notary Public. Office mnr Fir v.,.a Bnk, Itock Island. V-lMw-'fim M. M. COIIBETT, ATTORNEY AT LAW, SOLICITOR IN CHAN n eery and Notary Pubiic, Abstracts, Loans and collects. Office 2ud Avenue. 3rd ooor eatt of Bengrton's Drug Store, Rock Island, Ills. Wm. P. Zimmerman. PRACTICAL PIANO TUNER AND REGULA tcr. Leave orders with John 7;,r,.,i.-.u 120 fain Bt near First Na- tional Bank, Davenport, Iowa KDWACU D. SWEEKET. WILLIAM lirElnl STENSY & JACZSON. ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW Otflce Cor. Eagle and Illinois at.rp.vta. Hnclr lei and, Illinois. ll-lSdly M. K. STCRGEOS. LCCIAN ADAMS. STURGEON & ADAMS. ATTORNEYS ant rnnvsutnuj t t ht - - -" jm wno a jua . Office in Mitchell & Lynde's block. Rock Island 111. Have complete set of Books uf Abstracts o Title of Lands in Rock Island Countv. THOMAS YATES, IS PREPARED TO DO PLUMBING IN ALL ITB branches, also. Gas and Steam Fitting. Call and have estimatesmade before ordering vnnr work dote bv other parties. THOMAS Y AT JsS. (Levee. )Rock Island. CORN STARCH. STARCH CO. PEomLm Cement. Plaster, &c. r wnatr,sa. 4 ,1 still K 3 STORAGE&CcMsSIOM i -a J fomwii rr--T f vr,'w4i.V-j - SAILE0AD3. Peoria, St. Louis & Kansas Ctj Peoria, Pokin & Jack- sonviilaE.E. tTHE DIRECT ROUTE TO PES IN, HAVANA, SPEINGI-IELD, VIRGINIA, BEAEDBI0WN, JACKSONVILLE, ST. LOUIS And all Southern Cities. The Shortest, Quickest and Best line from Peoria to Kansas City AND TnE WEST. iBrAu Eleeant PARI OR CAR l attucl.Pfl tr. .Horning tram from I'eona. This is the onlv line rinininirj NlfilTT TRATH oe i wee 11 " bicago and Jacksoavilic With Sleeping Car attached. Trains of Peoria & Rock llanl Rlic matt. unci cuiiueeiioii in reona wiiu trains ol Peon a Pekiii & Jacksonville R. R. ' . F. KELSEY, CHAS. MAKABE, Superintendent. Gen'l T'kt Agent. Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railroad. THE OLDEST, MOST PERFECTLY EQUIPPED AND BEST MANAGED LINE. Connecting the Great Lakes & Missouri River. Makes close connections with all divertrin r Tiail- luauauu jieauiooac A,incB ni cnicago, Joliet, Ot tawa. La Salle. Peoria, and Rock Island Illinois: 1 1 , . .. . . . . Davenport. West Libertv. Iowa Cifv. tJr-,,,.11 1,' Moines and Council Bluffs, Iowa; Omaha, 'Neb Muscatine. Columbus Junction, Washington Fair' field, Floris and Belknap, Iowa ; Trenton, Cameron and Beverly. Missouri; Atchison and Leavenworth KanRAN ' Passenger Trains leave Rock Island : GOING EAST. Day Express. 8:35 a. h. Bureau Accommodation 4.30 p. u, Night Express 10.00 p. n ooiko west. 6:30 a. m. 9:55 a. m. .05 P. k. ELEGANT Palace Day and Sleetsinr? Coach!! Are run on all Through Trains. ForTickets apply to Gto.M.Loosley Ticket Agent. New Passenger Depot. For Freight Rates. Thronch BUla tracts, or any general information, call on J A Hanley, .Freight Agent, at New Freight Office, foot of Adams, near Illinois street, A. M. SMITH, HUGH RIDDLE, Gen. Pass. Ag t Chicago. V. Pres't and Gen Snnt KIMBALL. .T A TTArwS?110- Ass'tGen. Snpt. Freight Geo. M. Looslkt, Ticket Agent. Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul RAILWAY. THE GREAT THROUGH LINE Chicago-Korthwest, WISOONSIH, HOBTHEBS IOWA. Minnesota, Dakota, Manitoba. AND THE BLACK HILLS. Passing through a Finer Countrv, with Grander Scenery, and connecting more Business Centers and ri-aeure nesorts man any other Northwestern Line. Connectine in Chica-m with nil tfaatm Southern Lines. Chicago Depot: Cor. Canal and W. Madison St. Horse Cars and Stage Lines for all parta of the City constantly paesiner. Chicago city Oppice : 61 snd C3 Clark St. THE ONLY THROUGH LINE BETWEEN CHICAGO. Milwaukee. Sparta, La Orcsss, Winoan Madison, McGregor, Owantonna, ST. PAUL AND MINNEAPOLIS. Traversing the Valley of the Upper Mississippi Kiver, ano along the shore of Lake Pepin, ..nd through Northern Iowa and Central Minnesota. tPalace sleeping Cars and Day Coscher, w th w estinghousc'8 Improvea Automatic Air-Brak. on ail through trains. A. V. H. CARPENTER, S. S. MERRILL, JS6. C. GAULT. ' Gen I Manager. AssU Gen'l Manager FAWT TIME Wk THE PE0BIA & HOCK ISLAND AND AS FOLLOWS t New York Special. ! Eastern ! Express, j Atlantic Eiprtss. May 27, 1877 Lv. Rock Island..'! 5 50 a m 7 51 " j 10 15 " ) 1 40pm 3 55 " 715 "! iiss"-'! 1 ao a m 4 20 " : 8 55 -i 8:W " ' 4 06 " 14 85 l ra; 7 30 I 9 12am 7 45 ' " tialva.... " Peoria i 1 20 am 7 30am 5 40 " 7 45 " 10 55 4 00 pm 10 02 a m 610pm 3 30 a m 9 07 p m 6 31 " 3 45 " 6 45 " 910pm Ar. Chicago ,', 4 SO p m 1 50 3Ij0 " 6 05 " 10 45 " 11 10 " 514 12 45 a m 7 50 " !l 07 p m 7 35 J20 ' 10 (X) " " Sheldon " Lafayette ji " Indianapolis., i! " Cincinnati....;! " Louisville ...J " Logaosport... " Columbus " Pittsburgh ...i " Washington..!; " Baltimore .. i " Philadelphia..!; New York....'1 " Boston i; 7 33 " 10 30 " 340pm 6 15 am Atlantic Expicss has Reclinlne Chair Car thronoh to Lafayette and Indianapolis. New York Special has a Day Coach through to Toledo. REGULAR TICKETS, AND SPECIAL TXMTTRri TtrWTv For sale at rates always aa low aa the lowest. nine, ouu mot cian sccum modations are fast making the T., P. & W. B0TJTE OT-THE MOST POPULAR IN THE WEST, tsi send for Map Folder. A. L. HOPKINS, Gen'l Manager, H. C.TOWNSEND, Gen. Pass. & Tk'tAgt,- Peoria- COMMISSION WORK & DROUIN, Coinniission Merchants, PHILADELPHIA ..PA. M. S. EUEHNEMTOTDT & CO,, GENERAL Commission Merchants, No. 117 S. Main Street, sr. Louis,,.,, 0 Solicit Shipments of Grain. Hides, Tallow, Wool. Feathers, Butter, Eggs, and other Country Produce Liberal Cash advances made on Bills of Lading Orders for Cement and Merchandise of all kinds promptly attended to. F. HOPP & SO., 817 Washington Street, NEW YORK. ERCHANTS, FOR THE SALE OF Butter. Cheese, Eggs, Poultry, Game, &c. I-GQOD SALES AND PROMPT RETURNS. Full Market Prices guaranteed. Bend fa Prir Commission I EAILP.OADS. Peoria & Kock Island KAILWAY. SHORTEST ROUTE TO THE E"A;ST? AKDj SOUTH. nn " -Tri'1 leave Rock Island. 6:00 a. m. South Eastern Express. 1 :60 p, m.. Mail and Cincinnati Express. 6:30 a.m., Way Freight V Trains arrive at Rock Island. 1:12 p. m., Mail and Cincinnati Expreee. 6:00 p. m., Western Express. 8:25 p. m.. Way Freight The 6.00 a. m. train makes close connections at Galva with C B. & Q., for Aledo and Keitsburg; arrives in Peoria at 10:15 a m., making close con nections with P., P. & J. for Jacksonville, Spring field, St. Louis and all points south and southwest : also with I. B. & W T. P. & W., and Illinois Mid land, for T rre Hante, Indianapolis, Cincinnati and Louisville and all eastern and southeastern points. The 1:50 p. m , train makes close connection at Galva with C. B. & fo.- points west, arriving at Quincy at 9:45 n m. : arriving at Peoria at n m making close connections with I. B. & W., and T. P. & W. roads for Indianapolis, connecting there with all fast trains for east and south. This is decidedly the best route for the southeast. BT"FAST TIME. SURE CONNECTIONS, mil rates as low as by any other route. J. V. MAHONEY, Gen'l Ticket Au't Wnrt I.lanH J. R. HILLIARD. Receiver. Peoria. NATIONAL DESPATCH Fast Freight Line for Detroit, Milwaukee, Chicago, St. Louis, Eook Island, Davenport, Quincy, Omaha And all points West, No TranshipmGiit. Mark Packages NATIONAL DESPATCH. Western Agents Saxcel Smith. St. T nni Vn F. A. Howa.93 & 95 Lake Street. Chicaeo. Ill "THE WASHINGTON CITY EOUTE' Baltimore & Ohio E. R. THE SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND ONLY DIRECT TO ROUTE Washington and Baltimore WITn DIRECT COKNECTIONS FOB Biiioi, imnm AND THE SOUTHEAST. Philadelphia, N. York, Boston AND THE EAST. TBAVELEKS DESllilNd A Speedy, Pleasant and Comfortable Trip SHOULD KEMEMBER THAT TBI Baltimore & Ohio Railroad IS CKLEilUATEB FOB ITS Elegant Coaches. Splendid Hotels, Grand and Beautiiul Mountain and valley Scenery, and the many points of Historical Interest along its line. Fare will ALWAYS be as Low as hy any other Line. PULLMAN PALACE CARS BUN THEOUGH TVitlioiit, Oliancre BETWEEN THE PRINCIPAL Western and Eastern Cities. For through Tickets. Bapaee Check.. Mnv, n. . n of Trains. Sleeping Car Accommodations, &c, a p V'j ncKei umces at an principal poiuta Car-NORTH, SOUTH EAST OR WEST. jfJ E. R. DORSEY. I.. M roT.R AfS't Gen'l Ticket Air'L. fJcn'l Tin-n i THOS. V. HARRY. THOS. R. SHAHP. ' Western 1'ass. At. Master of Transp-n THE MOST POPULAR NORTH II SOUTH Mi IN IOWA, IS THE Barliugtez., Cedar Bapids & Northern Kaihvaj. PASSENGER TRAINS EACH WAY DAILY, 9 I (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED.) Going North 11:15 a. m.; 10:38 p. m. Going South 7:30 a. m.; 8:28 p. m. Palace Sleeoinr cars, owned and nneratprl Lv t . line, accompany an niuht trains. CONNECTIONS ARE AS FOLLOWS : At Burlington with Toledo. Peoria Warsaw P' for Peoria, Indianapolis, Lafayette and Cincinnati; with Chicago, Burlington & Quincv R. It., for Chi cago, Keokuk, Quincy and St Louis West to Ottum wa and all points in Kansas and Nebraska, and with Burlington & Southwestern R'y, for Farmington, Bioomueid and all points m Missouri and Kansas. At Columbus Junction, with Chicago & South western Railroad forJWashington audiLeavenworth. At Nichols, with Muscatine Division B. C, K .& M for Muscatine. At West IJbertr. with Chicjifn. Tlrwb Txlanrl A. Pacific Railroad, for Iowa City, Desmoines, and Davenport. At Cedar Rapids, with Milwaukee Division of BJ C R & M for Independence, West Union, Posivillc ana McGregor; with Chicago & Northwestern Rail way, for Omaha. Council Bluffs and Chicago, an with Dubuque & Southwestern E'v for Dubuque. At Waterloo and Cedar Falls, with Illinois Cei tral Railroad for Independence, Dubuque, Fot Dodge and Sioux City. At sneii itock with btage for Waverly. At Nora Junction, with Milwaukee A. fit Pan Railway, for Mason City and Charles City. At Plymouth with Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway for all points in Minnesota. At bt Paul, for all points on Northern Pacific Railway; the great Lake Superior region, and all points North and Northwesu t WIN8LOW, Gen'l Manager. . J 1 ES, Gen'l Pasa. & Ticket Aseut, CedafKapide.Iow Noticb Chanob East and. South.! TAKE THE I. B. &W. ROUTE. TSJrt 0LellvesPcol'ia:"0 ni; Bloominirton llU sO 4:15 am: Danvillt' R-Mim a Indianapolis, 11:35am; Cikcinkati, 4:30 p m; uayton, 4 .53 p m ; Louisville, 7 :45 p m, connecting with trains for the East. . 6 TJf 4Le.vcs Rock Island 6:00 a m; Peoria . Jt 10:80 a m: Bloomington, 14:05 p m : Champaign, 1:34 p m; Danville, 3:05 pm. Arrives! InDiAKAPOLi8,6:00p m; Ciscisstati. 10:20 p m Louisville. 11:10 p m: Nashville 8:25 a m; Day! ton ll:4o;pm; Commons, 12 45 a m; Wheeling. 7:35 am ; Pittsbubo, 7:50 a m ; Baltihobe. 7:35 p ni: WASHINGTON, :o7; pm; PHILADELPHIA, ' P 5 ; NEW YORK, 1U15 p m ; Cleveland.7:30 a m; Buffalo, lilOpm; Albany 12:45a m. But One Moht out to principal Eastern Citiea one hour in advance of other lines. Tin RHZ RoI8'ana, 145 p m: Peoria. Alii. W 7:90 p m ; Bloomington, 9:30 pm. Ar rives Indianapolis. 4:90 a m; Cincinnati, 8:45 ,m ,U-E' 5,:3 m Nashville, 6 55 p m ; Day S n-STi CoHmhu, 12;?J0 p m; Wheeling, 8.& p m; Pittsbubo, 7:45pm; Baltimohk 7-45 J, WASHINGTON. 9.12 a m PHILADELPHIA 7:35 a m ; NEW YORK. 10:85 a m : Cleveland; S-45 ?:SV nl ' 8 40 P m ! Alb!-nr- 6 90 m tif?REci.iNipo Chaib Slbepiuq cars, with Stat Zm?A ',rr-n on,!No ,ro!a lburgh and Pe! to?ndian1afln8aP1U'8nd 0a6 l 0 rl1ilh0H-CASHE! re ,run on " trains from Sfth ThKifeorI ,0 Indianapolis, connecting with Throngh tSleepers to all Eastern ciUes, giv ing passengers choice of routes. Close connections made by Noe 4 and fi at Dan ville, reaching Terre Hante, Vincennes and Evans ville, and by No. 6 to Lafayette, LogausporL Ft. Wayne, Toledo and Detroit in advance of other .vTne 1- B- w- i4 tne on,y Une mnning ita traina throngh to Indianapolis without change. w hen travelling take the shortest route that pre sents equal advantages and convenience of through cars. The 1. B & W. is the shortest throngh line and reaches all Eastern citiea on as quick time as its competitors, without excessive speed, and with the advantage of the finestoutfit of thbocsh CABS IN THE WEST. Address the Gen'l Pass. Agent, and get a coPT f our New Map-Foldbb, giving fnlf lnformkiion "HOW TO BEACH THE EAST AJJD SOUTH JOHN W. BROWS, Gen'l Pasa & Ticket Agt viuisiu suu ri&w. I T.J.BTJFORD.We.teraAgenDwei.wrt.