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j -A I ...SW at , its ..ir.i.i , "'"-" TH-n.nn n-,-,r- - nfn -.-11,,,. "" '""""in Mili.in.iilnlrMi sranamsiaiallWiaaaaaaaaiasaaSB 1 .. . b'!l&! - JMMIJI.LIIJ..I.L THE Moline Wagon Moline Wagon Comp'y, MOLINE, - ILLINOIS. MANUFACTURE Farm, Spring and Freight WA.GOISrfe. st" v..( - . . ..jpii .,i!Jst"' - y it. "' ''r. l.7 7 Farm Wagonsl A FULL AND COMPLETE LIKE OF Platform AKD OTHER . SPRING WAGONS Especially adapted to the Western Trsae of superior workmanship and finish, twlllustrated Price List free on application 8e" tb Moline Wagon before purchasing, other SEWING THREAD. XT GEQEGE A. GLARE, SOLE AOIITT. (WOUND ON WHITE SPOOLS.) The Best and Most Popular SEWING THREAD OF MODERN TIMES. A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT FOR SALE BY FIELD BROS., BOCK ISLAND, ILL. THE ISTJEW SEWING if JL 15 7 La Ahead of all othersSin Improvements ! Self - Threading SHUTTLBj! It is the Lightest Running I The Simplest to Learn to Use ! TilK MoT DURABLE I SkL-SkTTINO NEEDLE) N vnrri u . t ... .. . . 1 here ia no machine which la ao Easily Learned and which combines Lightness and Durability! or these and other reaaoua The "AMERICAN" ia the Best Machine for all purposes, and Warranted Jo give entire satisfaction 1 'ihe science of sewing ny machinery ia old, but the Perfect Application of .... w"'r. r. ,r "J 'uo "w American ma' chine and Hell-Threading Shuttle. Omc and Stlesboox 344 Wabash Avbhoti vuicaoo, , ILuS'. nMAIN 8TSXZT, DATUKPOET AGENTS WANTED IE3 mar k JJ , -u., , , . .. SPECIAL IEIICISL- - 5V HO CCRKI KO PAY ! t a? a aHiX'? 175 Jwitk Clark Street, Corn of loom. Cli m rt., j,ng a Private, Nervous, h?!if'"dsp!cial diseases. Sperma torrhoea, impOtetlCVritr .! hnnrinl - - nu uimcuiues, etc. v .tf ATrL.nniilr.;4.. n-' v. . . "reUMU'yo.rDy,el ., - j v h. V . illustrated, 50 cts. ciivwno Ur- Kean " ,ne ""'r Phyician in the iywi, wrants cures or bo pay. AlllanruasDokea quuitiTCgliould know on ho.linld marrr.th.imiMvt.mMrt. t IIJ .if'P11 nu.neuia marrT.ttw impedimenta tomrri.- tw.V; 11 to cure. Trr&uon all Diaeaaea, rally exnlainin, thii. in.erery ect. tint .V""? " m.P'?" Adr,. IVr. C. A. Boi,Ai.AN5 8t Louis. Ho. Eatabliahedin 18&. "" Dr. JAMES, 04Washington St, Cw. PrmniiiB, CHICAGO. ; Chartered ty the etate of . TNiooi rortheeTpreffB purpose " t 4 of (ivinf hnmediate relic I ia ! alloaaesorpriTaK.etanmicand ? i J nriuary deaaea ia a'i their y omiplieatad forma. It,u veil Jf Imowa Ir. Jajaes haa atood at . f the head of the profession tor the part thirty years. Age j and experipBee are all Impor- pies on we race, loat manhood, eao poaitiTeiy be cored, tiadlea me men delicate attention, eel! or write. Pleasant home for patients. A book for the million Marriage Guide which tells yoe all about these diseases, who ahould marrr, why not, 10 eenta to pay postare. Dr. James haa fifty rooina and parlors. Yen see do one but the Doctor. Offloe hours, V a- m. to J r.iH.( dujiuj, iu u ii. it. dames ia w yeara or ace. DR. BUTTS' DISPENSARY XES? a -nyiological View cfM.mEe (ort!ieiiarr.land thow coutrmpbUinK marnaee, ou the mysteries of reproduct- . . . "" aecrei innrmittes ot youth, nianhood and wornaiihood An llliistrafetl bookot2tDaea! r private radina, iiieh sboulu be kept uuUer lock and key. Sent undT ai-al fur SO cts. "u A PRIVATE MEDICAL TREA1MSJB on all dla,ea of riT-e NRture 111 both scitea. the abunt-s and d.s orderaottheeexuai system, and themeanaocure.ljUDairea Vtth erijrravinirs, sent undersea! irS6 eta. Vii-s MEDICAL , ADVICBon Sejual and Chronic Diaea.es, wii'inal Wekne. Catarrh, faneer. Rupture, the Opium llul.it, to., M pas work witt under sealfor 10 cts. All three books containing 60 paestjideverTthiDS worth knowing on tuUjt, seat seourely sealed en re ceipt of 60 cts. Address, Dr. Butts' DUnonun, No.12 N. 8th .t, St. Louia, Mo. CbluoieTi" 617 St. Charles street, Si. Louis, Mo. A regular a-nduate oftwa Medical Cdlegea, lias beea Jeerer eon?cl ic the apecul treataieut of alt Veneral, Sexual and Chrouio Iiseasea than any other PhyaiciaD ia fit, Leuia, as city pa pen show, and all old reaideBU know. Syphilis, Gonorrhea a. Gleet. Stricture, Or chitis, Hrrnia, or Rupture, ail Urinary Dise.se and Syphil.tio or mercurial affection of tha throat, skin or bones, are treated with . enparalleled success, OB latest Kieatifls prind4. Solely, rriyately. Spermatorrhoea, Sexual ttebilTty end I m pot ency, se the result of tklf-abueetn youth, saztntl excesses tamatnreryeare,or other oattaes,aiid whiek prod oca eoaao of the foHawing eAota: nerrouynesa, aetainal smiasiona. debility, dimsessof ii-Qt, defeetirs memore, pimplesoa the face, physical decay, aversion as seeiety of females, sonfasloa f Ideas, loas of sexual power, ate., leodertof tcarrtaea impropororunhappy.arepereaaneutly cured. Pampbtet U4 pages) rvlauug to tue above, acut la sealed SDyetopea. tor two pottage stamps. Consultation at offloe or by mall tree, sad inTlted, a friendly talk or hie opinion costs nothlnc When it Is Inconvenient to visit the eity for treatment, medicines can be sent by express or mail evei t w aei 0. Cure a tie cases guaranteed, where doubt ex iste Uia'franktyatatrd. CQus hours: SA-ii-Ulte. U. Sundays, U at. to I P. K. Pamphlet, to any address, for Two Stamp. MANHOOD Tro-c-'StV mu WOMANHOOD "joSntT14 Bent sealed, all tnrea, for SO Cents. Manhood and Womanhood in (German, both tOQOther, Illustrated, IS Cents. MARRIAGE-1 fASSi. riMsTi GUI! Elegant cloth end ct) b.'ndlsg. Sealed for 6? a. Crcr buy wonutrfal icn piturna, truote liio; srtiolesoa tho fillowlng ftu'.;ccta: V. ho amy rry, who Dot, why. l'i-oper age to nurry. 'homarry first, Uacbood, Woman l od, Phrienl tot; Die tiKvlntl celibacy and sxoaaa.' V'horho-uld marry ; Howliraana&Anplnessmay &g insreaeed. Hie rt-oiory of ReproUik.tlon, and many mors, Slwss luarriodoreoumn!aiiiig maaaiae should read it. Tteral'fe-I n j;nu-:i'fl, I aj.rtfrom buman as well as trrral conTietion, It oueht to be read by all adult persona, tlicn loured up, not Inid uroundoriotit,alttBworthy sf re-reeding. i coitn'na tbe eram c t' iiiedlcal lltr-atur3,tUoi:i-htartlinTe ia caetr"sira practice.and worth to any cm who will (iro it a carolui peruoai, ten umoa Its cats. Popular Edl'.icn. sane as ohora. tot naoer corer, 0 psrs, BSrenfs ty mail. Caeaoeet food-suiue in America. For Srtfcet sddraaa, saaioaicg wnaam, Dn. WKITTIER, 617 St. Charles street, St. LouU, 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. Medicines perfectly safe. CHILLS AND FEVER. AGUE, &C. Onred 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 Vegetable Substitute lor Calomel ; con tains no alcohol. The best anti-bilious purgative known, operating on tne bowels witnout pain, nan sea or griping. Diarrhosa, Dysentery, Cholera Morbus, FLUX, SUMMER COMPLAINT, &C, Relieved at once by MAGUIRE'S BENNE PLAN! The Thirty Tears Specific. For Lung Affections.Bioncltttis, Consump tion, Irritation ot the Larynx, 'Ihroat, and Chest, &c, use MAGUIRE'S Tar, Glycerine, Whisky & Bock Candy Trice, $1 00 per bottle (new remedy). P1XES! PILES I PILJilSI All forms relieved atid.cured by Maguire's 'Whits Bose Pile Cure. Price, $1 00 per pot. For COUGHS AND COLDS use Maguire's Expectorant, IT CANNOT BE EXCELLED. Price, 50 cts per bottle. Is WARRANTED TO BE THE BEST. I arge Bottles $1 00. J. & C. MAGUIRE, SOLS PKOM4IKTOR8, " Sold by til DrUfWistf . ol .yAJUin. mv. BE. SABINE'S INDIAN VEGETABLE COUGH SYRUP For the speedy cure of Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Incipient Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, Phth isic. Whooping Congh and Croup. This Syrup Is n Anodyne Expectorant and i composed of the w. inrrredlents the vegetable kingdom affords, and when used according to directions, most con vince the most skeptical of its intrinsic value. Directions for the use of Sabine 'a Indian egeta ble Cough Byrnp accompany eacH bottle . anasx sntT"') . PS KA W 1 i r Concentrated SYEUP BLOOD PURIFIER! Thi ftw-Ua.Aj-V,T- D1.nJ T SAW . . sn-srt-rwT. uiuvu runner Known cvcrvwiiere TRIUMPHANT I A PERFECT SUCCESS 1 Coring Cancers, scrofula, Humors, Weakness, etc. In fact -.. iUUu, urer, dkiu ana uterine dweaees. Sold DV ornirlara t-vcuirli rj.. v. u. 11 v v a, a.. eneca Falls, n. y , He ver Failing. ! A jj WIC BITTKriS. Jt will enre permanenli ly Chills, Ague, Sciatica Neuralgia, Debility, ail nervous and kidney diseases. Every bottle war- """I. dciiu wp ior unromo tree. C. B uuwtfi,jft. u . Proprietor Sumr-a Kails 1ST V Sold by John Bencarnn arH p a Tbm.. Klatn.Kock island. JOUET ST0N2 ' WM. A. STEEL, PROPRIETOR OP THE J oliet Stone Quarries. Dealer in the Best Quality of Dimeiwion. Flagging, Rubble and every kind of , BUILDING AND MONUMENTAL STONB. These are ttie mnntriAnii!v& na4A- n . . . vuuuny, euippiu more Hione man all the others put together, of all thicknesses, from tWO inches to fift.v-twn inrlun thiol, . tity quarried is so great that armost any order can nfi Tl 1 1 A A sfnTt a asm ""vu vA IUU DlUta BASSETS, BASKETS. DEALERS WILL FIND IT TO THEIR INTER ?St tO fitmili V thA Knslinrrtnn Xl, B....s v e mannfactnre all kind, styles and sizes of bas kets, and at figures that will dely competition. Or ders and correspondence solicited. Both will re ceive prompt and careful attention. J. U. JHU.LEK & CO., Burlington, Iowa. Publications I Valuable Books! I trated. Dr. S. S. FITCH'S SIX LECTURES ' ON CONSUMPTION. 50 cts. Cnre of Heart Disease, 40 ctg. Family Physician 35 cte. Sent by mail. Addrexs Drs. S. S. FITCH & SON, 49 East Twenty-ninth Street, New York. dw-eow LOVERS!: tside ti ii.nrriiUfu. wp!th, &na bKUiy. iiHvur tftiit. love fitters. wisdom, ate. Kook witrth 50now muiled free by The Union Pus. Co., Newark, N.J. MEDPORD RUM. DANIEL LAWREKGE ASMS, ONLY DISTILLERS CP edford Rum Still enjoy the reputation of inanof actnrmg the Beet Rum in the States. Duly authorized by Staie license. The superior quality and purity of Lawrence'B Medford Rum for the past fifty -two years, has made It everywhere known as the stan dard Rum. No pains will be spared to maiataia its purity and reputation. WE HAVE TEE LAB3EST STOCK OF OLD LIEDFORD 10 IN THE WORLD. Of the finest and choicest grades and of all agea. The public la cautioned agaii st Imitations and counterfeits. Order direct from ns, and we warrant perfect satisfaction. Please addrtsa ail order to MEDFORD. MASS., or 181 Broad St., Boston, Mass., and they will receive prompt atten tion. Sead for circular. DANIEL LAWRENCE A SONS. YEAST. TMISITilTIMT. The Most Reliable Dry Hop Yeast in Market. For sale by all first-class Grocers. Vai-tnriaa at Peoria, 111. : Detroit. Mich Watpr- 1 loo, M Y., and Toronto, Ontario. MM GUill mm SOCK ISLAJj-D ...IliUHOIS GENTLEMAN JIM. Komanca from a Mine Disaster in the Lackawanna Valley. In the "Diamond" shaft there was no steadier, hardei worker than Jim Gardi ner. . What he did with hi mouey was long a mystery he had no wife, no family, no expensive habits, no relatives that any one knew of, and yet no savings bank ac count. It was learned later that all but the little needed fnr his ilaiic lennfa kph) for. charity found its, way quielly, unob strusively.into the huts of women and child ren whose husbands and fathers had gone down in the crah of falling limbers or come forth black and crisp Irom'the, scorching fire-dam p. 1 here was snmplhinir ahi-iitt (vtrilinpr that sus-jrette j a foriner life of a higher grade. He talked little, but that little ; was in words well chosen, and of choice di alect. His dress was us roiiirh an thn roughest, but he carried it as a man who had been used to face the world smilinciy. They called hitu "Gentleman Jim" in the mines, but thev all liked him as n man who always- played fair and asked no odds. Id the accident of last April, when the roof of a part of tbe mine fell in, Gardiner was killed. It aooears m the eviAonne that there were a few seconds, during the crack of timbers, before the root fairly came down, and in that brief time, in those few beats of the nutae. "fl Jim" caueht two'hova with 15 fin lil-o strength, and tossed them clear out of the fatal chamber into the safe main alley. Then he went down with the roof. V hen his bodv Was rnnvprrl fhn nevt day, they found lim with his right hacd tnrust inside nis vest and clasping tight a lit lie Docket book. There was noth ing in it save a card, on which was fastened, with n rlrnn (if Boulino- oist on the stem, all that remained of a rosebud and two geranium leaves. Underneath was written in a woman's hand. "Maria Joute a tot June 4, 1867." Just below was written, in a man's hand. "June, 1870 all withered. exceDt the thorn." Advantages of Cryinsr . A French physician is out in a long dis- sertatian on the advantage of groaning and crying in general, and especially dur ing surgical operations. lie contends that groaning and crying are two grand operations by which nature allays an- lsh; that those patients who give way to their natural feelings more speedily recover from accidents and orserations thn those who suppose it unworthy a man to oetray sucn symptoms ot cowardice as eith er to groan or cry. He tells of a man who reduced his nulse from one hundred and twenty six to sixty in tne course ot a tew hours by giving lull vent to his emotions. If people are at all unhappy about anything let them go into their rooms and comfort themselves with a loud boo-hoo, and they will feel a hun dred per cent, better afterward. In accordance with the above, thp rrir- ing of children should not be too greatly aiscouraged. it it is systematically re pressed the result mav be St. Vitas' dance. epileptic fits, or some other disease of the nervous system. W hat is natural is near- y always useful, and nothimr can be more natural than the cryinjr ot children when anthing occurs to give them cither physi cal or mental pain. An Astonished Dutchman. A Dutchman in the Pennsylvania cil re gions let his lands to an oil compaDV last spring on condition of receiving Jone-eight ot the oil procured. The well proved to be a pretty good one, and tbe farmer began to think the oil men should give him a better chance, and ventured to tell them so. They asked him what he wanted. .He said they ought to give him one-twelfth. The ar rangement was finally made, with the un derstanding that the Dutchman, was not to tell anyone. All went smoothly until the division day came, when our friend was early at hand to see how much better he would be off under the new bargain. Ele ven barrels were rolled to one side for the oil men and one for him. "How's dish?" said he; "I think I was to get more as be fore. You have aisde some misdake." The matter was explained to him that he formerly got one barrel out of every eight, but it was his proposition to take one out of every twelve. This revelation took him aback. Ilfl HP.r.ltehp.1 hia heart lr.rl-f.rl cross and relieved his swelling breast of ieenogs ot eeit-reproach by indignantly re marking, "Veil, dat ish de first dime as ever I knowed eight vas more as dwelve." Printing, Binding and Blank-Book work specialities at The Argus Office. No pains will be spared to please customers. Satisfaction guaranteed. tf Dunbar'a Wonderful Discovery! Bethesda Mineral Spring Water. Waukesha, Wis. This water is the acknowledged cure, of the intractable and incurable disease known as Brigbt's disease, diobetes.droDsv. brick- dust deposit, inflammation ot the neck of the bladder, alkali, and gouty swelling. For the liver it is unsurpassed. It will al lay all inflamation of the kidney and urinal organs in twenty-four hours giving imme diate relief; also, in scarlet fever it pre vents the kidney from congesting, and re moves all traces of albumeneria. It will give relief in all cases of high lever. Has never failed to do what is claimed for it Col. Richard Dunbar. Waukesha, Wis. Fnr sale in Davenport in any quantity by Emeis & Co., and by druggists through out the world. 5-19d&wly. Popular illustrated book (260 pages) on Manhood! Womanhood! Marriage! Impediments to Marriage; tbe cause and cure. Sent tecurely sealed, post-paid, for 50 cents, by Dr. C. Whittier, 617 St. Charles street, St. Louis, Mo., the great specialist Bead his work. ' The celebrated Peoria show cases; cheaper than any other in the market. Quality guaranted. Workmanship un surpassed. Rob't G.Lutke, manufacturer, Peoria, Iiis., Field Bros., agents. Rock Island, Ills. 5 lOdly The Colonnade Hotel, Philadelphia, u a model establishment It is superb in both etyle and appointment and its table and service cannot be excelled. (H3iDA SnowWhiteSloss for Laundry Passes Improved "Corn S.3rch.,, The Eighth Wonder of the World. uw uo more than the common articles caned Gloss and Corn Starch, whlcfe are tnada by rotting the erain and restoring the putrid stuff with potash cuiasuo nyxne Trade generally. - . fiBWi; -ADYEBTISEMEHTS i V tfjmm ? ri XiE ass TCxosAPar j Uliiaa W til with us, and von will be placed In chartre of salaried Western Union office. Main telesranh wires in school. Pro motion eertam. Address, with stamp. WESSERN bunwi. ur utmurtAm, jsngiewooa, ma.' - - "aV 7 1 aV-jA tl 'aV r Mi f w r",.,i..,,n.,,.;Kiaf.T -Thus Tsbbibm: Headaches Generated by rhsr.rnrterl nw-rpttnnB .nrl rt 1.ii. iiiUi. a.A - pecially subject, can always fee relieved, and their recurrence ni(vnrrl WthanoantTiBDiviri. xr fervescent" Seltzer Apparibnt. Procurable at Biiurng stores. , ., , , s , mf&tS Weekfn your own town. Terms A 5ontflt OSIfree H. IIALLETT& CO.,Portland.Me. . 25 Eitba Fikb Mixed Cards, with name, 10 eta. post-paiii. L. Jones Co . Nassau, N. Y. ONLY FIVE DOLLARS FOR AN ACRE! Of the BEST L AND in AMERICA, near the great . . Union Pacific Railroad. - .. ; .. . k FARM FOE $200. in easy payments with low rates of interest. SEOTJRE IT 3STOW. Full information sent free, address , O. S. DAVIS, ' Land Agent, U. P. R. R OMAHA, NEB. Q R O , Qf per day at home. . Samples 5 free. Stiksok & Co. Portland, Maine. tKCoC77 Week to Asents. $ lOOntfit Free vDJJ H Jf I P. O. VicKEBTj Augusta, Maine. 11 .St i ' t 25 Extra Fine CArds, no two alike, with name, 10 cts. J. K. Harder, Maiden Bridge, N. Y, $12 a day at home. A eents wanted. Outfit and terms free, TKUE & CO., Augusta, Me. BUSINESS CAB3S, JOHN B. HAWLEY, ATTORINEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Office in BengBton's Block, Illinois St., Rock -I and, Illinois. 3-13d&wfim KENWOBTL? & BEABBSLEY I AND ABSTRACT OFFICE. ROOMS IN a u u. i. o.euwonny,jas. M. Hearos ZL 10-93d&wtf. M. M. COBETT," ATTORNEY AT LAW, SOLICITOR IN CHAN eery and Notary Public, Abstracts, Loans and ouecre. orace Snd Avenue, 3rd rioor eatt of "cE""u a -"rug store, Kock Island, Ills. LUCI AN ADAMS, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW f Office m Mitchell & Lynde's block. Rock Island 111. Hlnnnmn il Q..t .r 11 . . . Title of Lands in Rock Island County. CARL KUEHL, Wm. F. Zimmerman. T3RACTICAL PiASO TUNER AND REQULA J ter. LcavB orders with John Zimmerman, Piano Manufacturer, 140 Main St., near First Ks! tional Bank, Davenport, Iowa sqward d. swbehet: wiixiax jacksok , SFEENEY & JACESON, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW f P,ce f0T- KaS!e and Illinois atreeU, Rock Isl and, Illinois. ll-18dly THOMAS YATES. IS PREPARED TO DO PLUMBING IN ALL ITS , ul.u ivttiii a 1 1 ..11; , Call and have estimates made before orderineyoni Work done bv other nartiea. eJ THOMAS YATis8.(Levee.Rock Island LIVES BESULATOB AN ADDRESS TO THE SICK. Do you want to purify the srstemT Do you want to get rid of biliouxness? Do you want something to strengthen yon Do yon want a good appetite? Do yon want to pet rid of nervousness? Do you want good digestion? Oo yon want to sleep well V Do you want to bnild np your constitution ? Do yon want a biisk and vigorous feeling If you do, TAKE LIVER EEGTJLATOE, J. EL. ZEILIN & CO., Sole Proprietors, Simmons' Liver Regnlatpre, Phila THE FAVORITE Home Remedy la warranted not to con tain a single particle of Mercury or any injuri ous mineral substance, fcnt ia PURELY VEG ETABLE, containing those Southern Roots Herbs, which an All Wise Providence has placed in countries ; where Liver Disease most prevail. It will care all diseases caused by derangement of the Liver and Bowels, Keguiate tne uver anc prevent Chills and Fever SIMMONS' LIVER EEGULATOB Is eminently a Family Medicine ; and by being kept . ; , . ..... . ..... roit unit tku uuur of suffering and many a dollar in time and doctor's hilla. After over Forty Years' trial it Is sUll receiving the most unqualified testimonials to ita virtoea from persons of the highest character and responsi bility. Eminent physicians commend it aa the most EFFECTUAL SPECTFW PVVR rTaXTCrTT A TT ."NT TSV in. -stitb w THE SHOULDERS,DIZZiNESS,SOUR STOMACH, i lAsia i ins JBUUI'H. BlUOUS A i TACKS, PALPITATION OF THE HEART, PATTC in Til IT PCririm nn im,D DESPONDENCY, LOOM AND FOREBODING OF EVIL. ALL OF WHICH ARE THE OFF PRINU OF A DISEASED LITER, -COLIC m CHILDREN For children complaning of "colic, headache, or sick stomach. .. a teaspoonf ul or more will eiva relief. Children,as well as adults eat sometimes too much topperj or something which does not di gest well producing sonr stom ach, heartburn, or restlessness ; a good dose of Liver Regulator " -wil give relief. Thiaappliea to persons of all ages. It is the cheapest, parest and bent Family ' Medicine In the world 1 IT, HAS NO EQUAL thousands lead miseratle lives, suffering from dyspepsia a disordered aiomach and liver, pro ducing bilionsness, heartburn, coetiveness, weak ness, irregular appetite, low spirits, raising food after eating, aad often ending in taut, attacks of fever. They know they are sick, yet get little sympathy. The unfailing remedy to prevent these afflictions and restore health ia Simmons' urn RBUPLATon. . MaNCTACTCBED OHLT BT J. S. ZExXIN & CO. PHILADELPHIA, PA, ' Price, tl Sold by all Drnggiata. pIV ill TTORNEY AT LAW, (Dkctseher Advoka, f Second Avenue, bet. 17th aad 18th St., (Justice Cropper's office. Rock Island, 111. ' wusnce sfiieif BAILBOAXS. PeoriaSt."- Louis i & i - KansaiCitj HORT IIIIS. Peoria, : Pekiu & Jacit sonviiloEaE. lTHE DIRECT ROUTE TO jffi PEKIN, HAVAKA, 8PEINGFIELD, VISGINlAj BZASDBIOWH, . JACES0NVI1LE, ST. L0UI8 And all Sonthera CiUes. j; The Shortest, Quickest and Bestliha from : Peoria to Kansas ; City . AND 1UK WEST. '5 ' .. WAa Elegant PARI OS CAB is attached to fllormng train irom feona. . This is the only line rnnning a NIGHT TRAIN between , Chicago and JacksofiYille With Sleeping Car attached." Trains fit Punrl. Jtr. QnV l.lanil 17. m.V. direct connection in Peoria with trains of Peoria Pekin & Jacksonville It, R. 3. F. KELSEY, . CHAS. MAEABE, Superintendent. Gen'l T'kt Agent. ChicagoRock Island & Pacific Railroad. THE OLDEST, MOST PERFECTLY EQUIPPED AND BEST MANAGED LINE. Connecting the . Great Lakes & Missouri River. Makes close connections with all fllvereinir Rail road and Steamboat Lines at Chicago, Joliet, Ot tawa. La Salle. Peoria, and Rock Island. Illinois; Davenport, west Jjnerty, low. Clty,-Urenell, Des Moines and Council Bluffs, Iowa; Omaha, Neb Muscatine. Columbus Junction, Washington, Falr- asia, r ions ana ceiKnap, lowa: Trenton. Mmcm. and Beverly. Missouri; Atchison and Leavenworth, ! Passenger Trains teave Rock Island ! ! GOING SAST. OOrHa vta. Day Express.... ....8:35 a.m. :ao a "m Bureau Accommodation 4. 3U p. . . b t.Si u' Night Express 10.00 p. 8.05 p.m. ELEGANT - Palaca Day and Sleeping Coaches Are run on all Through Trains. ForT1cketjiikr.nl v ii.n.n tlc t - mi . l . . . . rr-j w.ju.wwbhi iicaet Agent, New Passenger Depot. 6 For Freitrht. Xat.-a Th r An 17 la Dtlla T aJI t tracts, or any general information, call on J. a. Han lev. Prp.i trht. Acrcnr mt ir. m j . sj -jw -v a VT JL 1 71Ua VUICC, foot of Adams, near IllinoU street. A. M SMITH, A.KIMBALL. Gen. Pass. Ag't Chicago. Gen. Supt. A. MAN VEL, J. A. HANLE?,Cag- Ass't Gen. Snpt. Freight and Contracting Act. ueo. m. IvOoslet, Ticket Agent. Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul RAILWAY. THE GREAT THROUGH LIKE Chicago-Horthwest, wisooitsin, nostseen iowa, Minnesota, Dakota, Manitoba, AND THE BLACK HILLS. Passing through a Finer Connlrv, with Grander Scenery, and connecting more Business Centers and Pleasure Resorts than any other Northwestern Line Connecting in Chicago with all Eastern and Southern Lines. Chicago Depot: Cor. Canal and W. Madison St Horse Cars and Stage Lines for all parts of the City constantly passing. Chicago Citt Office: 61 and 63 Clark St. THE ONLY THROUGH LINE BETWEEN CHICAGO. Milwaukee. Sparta, La Orosse, VTicoan Madison, McGregor. Owantonna, ST.- PAUL AND MINNEAPOLIS, River, anJ along the shore of l ake Pepin, snd forcmglj Northern Iowa and Central Minnesota. - - - - v.n suu uay sjoacner, w tB V, estinghouse's Improvea AutomaUc Air-Braki on ail inmnch train a A. V. H. CARPENTER, rcmr. General Pass, and Ticket Ag'; S. S. MERRILL, JNO. C. GAULT, . Gen'l Manager. Ass't Gen'l Manager. fast time: VIA THE PEORIA & SOCK ISLAND AND " iTliroug:!! Trains as follows: NewYork I Special, j Lightning Exprew. -4- Chicago Accom. July 2 1877 Lv. Rock Island.. " Galva. 550am i 7&1 ' i 1015 " 140pm 3 55 " 715 " ii S5"" 1 am " Peoria 10 15 pm 780am Ar. Chir-ao ! 4 80pm 1 50 ' 330 " Sheldon Lafavette..... Ft. Wayne.... " Toledo " Indianapolis . " Cincinnati..., " Louisville .... LogaDspon... " Columbus.... ' Pittsburgh ... " Washington.. " Baltimore .. " Philadelphia.. New York..., " Boston 630 : 7 85am 620 " j 9 30 " ; 4 20 1 8 55 ; 8 80 " ' 4 06 "I IS 35 p m 7 30 9 1-2 am 7 45 " j 7 85 " 10 30 " S40pm' 120pm 1010 " h 600 " i 10 40 " ! 10 50 " ii 51 " ! 12 45 a m 7 50 " 9 07 pin !: 735 " .!' 7 20 -10 00 " ! 6 15 a m 9 15am 6 10 pm zsuam 907pm 6 31 " 8 45 " 6 45 910pm T.iffhtv.tT.( Vt v - - y? , , i ; ; .. r- v. i . i , luuiuuit vuf v: inrougn to Lafavette and lnr1ianani.1!M ... h v;t.,i- . . Tnllr,' r-" r""H vr lu New York Special haa Day Coaches through to Toledo and Chicago. . Chicago Accommodation has Sleeping Car to Chicago dailv. REGULAR TICKETS, AVTi . oi a via li i.J .nillu llviVJ&ia CDDltir T Til Will I . mtAffw.M 1 a raiee always aa low as tne lowest. modationa are fast making the . T.. P. & W. B0TJTE 0tTHK MOST POPULAR IN THE WEST. K Send for Map Folder. ... A. L. HOPKINS. Gen'l Manager, i H.C.TOWNSEND, Gen. Paw. & Tk't Agt , Peori- rf Si, Sappy EHfUYme Kan from the ef 7 2 If0'" of erro and abases in early life. PI t StAShOod EMtwd. Impedimenta to Mar ti S !mf?e removed. New method of treat- E- envelopes. Address HOWARD AS-' si 2 !ClfTipS, 419 N. Ninth St,. Phila-l!: PI jdelphia,Pa. An Institution having a H O o hln reputation for honorable conduct' B land profeeeiona skill. COMMISSION M. B. EUEHKEMUNDT & CO., , general' CoiimissionMerc No. 117 8. Mais Street, 8T. LOUIS, ... .... ;...;...;MO. Solicit Shipment of Grain. Hides, Tallow, Wool, Featbera, Butter, Eggs, and other Country Produce. : Lftberal Cash advances made on Bills of Lading Orders for Cement and Merchandise of ail kinds promptly attended to. Insurance Company, OF KETf TOKXL OHAREEED IS25. SlaTTFI, T. SBBMORt Prsrfdst. ' HkaST A. OASX.Lt, Yios Praaident tares Agairist Ian cr raj 17 K?a, FOB POLICIES APPLY 'I A ' HAYES fc CIJUVEIANIT, Agents, I 1 Bock Island HI. J a.,,, "'"t. i rur '?t ip- ' wipm ss. tar i Peoria ; &Wcklsland ratt: shortest Boura Tolrai BAS.TrA-HjgSO.lITH. j .i- - Train leave Bock Island. ' JflCa.rn. Sooth Eastern Express.- , . . :60p,m.TMallandCiticianatisExprei. , 6:S0a.Bi.,WayFreIek s ! 1:12 p. m., Mail and Cineinnati Express, 6 :00 p. m,. Western Expresg, 8:25 p. m.. Way Freight. The 6.00 a. m. train makes closeonnoctions at Galva with O B. & Q., for Aledo and Keitsbnnt; arrives in Peoria at 10:15 a m., making close con nections with P., P. & 3. for Jacksonville. Spring field, St. Louis and all points south and southwest: also with I. B. & W., T. P. ft W., and Illinois Mid land, for T rre Haute, Indianapolis, Cincinnati and Louisville and all eastern and southeastern points. Tne 1:50 p. m., train make close connection at Galva with C. B. & Q fo.- points west, arriving at II umcy at 9 :45 p m.; arriving at Peoria at 6:30 p m: Sf clo8e ncUon with 1. 11. & W., and T. roalB for Indianapolis, connecting there with all fast trains for east and south. This is decidedly the best route for the southeast. fy-FAST TIME. SURE CONNECTIONS, end rates as low as by any other route. , J. V. MAHONKY, 3. h. muuxgl& M w"a- HATI0NAL DESPATCH ' i I S fMtPreigh!Linefor;H I 3 Detroit, Hilwaiikee, Ciiicagc, Zi Loxtiai Bock Island, Davenport, Qnincy, Omaha And all point West, No TransliiTJmeiit. Mark Packages NATIONAL DESPATCH. Western Agents Samcil Smith, St. Louis, Mo. F. A. How,93 & 95 Lake Streel, Chicago, III "THE WASHINGTON CITY EOUTL' Baltimore & Ohio R. E. THE SHORTEST, QUICKEST i . AMD. : ONLY DIRECT ROUTE TO Washington and Baltimore ... WITS DIRICT COBXSCT10N8 FOB AND THE SOUTHEAST. Philadelphia, N. York, Boston AND THE EAST. TRAVELERS DESIRING A Speedy, Pleasant and Comfortable Trip SHOULD IiEMKUBXB THAT TOE " Baltimore & Ohio Railroad 18 CELEBRATED FOR ITS Elegant Coaches. Splendid Hotels, Grand ana ceamuul Mountain and V alley Scenery, and the many points of Historical Interest along its line. Pare will ALWAYS be as Low aa by any other Line. PULLMAN PALACE CARS BUN THROUGH Without Change BETWEEN THE PRINCIPAL Western and Eastern Cities. For throrifh Tirkpt TiAccr.cvo r-Vii-o Of 1 rainft. SlPPninO' tmr Anrntnmn4at;A. ... . ply at Ticket Offices at all principal pointa SOUTH FAST OR WEST. E. R. DORSEY, L. M. COLE. A pt Gpii'1 Tlrlrpf A ' UnnM Tjb.t a i THOS. P. BARRY, . THOS. R. SHARP. v estern t ass. Agt. Master of Transp'n THE MOST POPULAR OBTS II SOUTH Hi IN IOWA, IS THE BarliMtea, Cedar Bapids &lfcrlhcrB Baihaj. 2 PASSENGER TRAINS EACH WAY DAILY, (SUNDAYS KlnsPTUni - - Going North 11:15 a. m.; 10:38 p. in. Going South 7:30 a. m. ; 8 :28 p. m. Palace Sleeninsr cars, owned and nrariiMl v t line, accompany all night trains. CONNECTIONS ARE AS FOLLOWS: At Barlington with Toledo, Peoria 4 Warsaw Ry for Peoria, Indianapolis, Lafavette and Cincinnati ; with Chicago, Burlington fc Onincy R. B., for Chi cago, Keokuk. Quincy and St Louis Weet to Ottum wa and all points in Kansas and Nebraska, and with Burlington & Southwestern R'y, for Karmington Bloomfield and all pointa in Missouri and Kansas. At Columbus Junction, with Chicago fc South western Railroad forJWashinrton andaven worth. At Nichols. wi tii Muscatine'Divisiou B. C, B A M for Muscatine. At West Liberty, with Chicago, Rock Island A Pacific Railroad, for Iowa City, Decmoinea, and " Davenport. At Cedar Rapids, with Milwaukee Division of B' CHAM for Independence, West Union, Poatvillc ana McGregor; with Chicago & Northwestern Rail way, for Omaha. Conncil Bluffs and Chicago, anf with Dubuuue & Southwestern R'y for Dubuque. At Waterloo and Cedar Falls, with Illinois Cei tral Railroad for Independence, Dubuque, Foi Dodge and Sionx City. At Shell Rock with Stage for Waverly. At Nora Junction, with Milwankee A St Pan Railway, for Mason Citv and Charles City. At Plymouth with MUwaakee & St. Paul Railway for all points in Minnesota. At bt PanL for all pointa on Northern Pacific Kailway; the great Lake Superior region, and all points North and Northwest. E. V. WTXKIYW n.n'l W.n.o-.. C.J IYES, Gen'l Pass. A Ticket Agent, ueaaruapida.iowa Notice Cranse East and Sonth.! TAKE THE I. B. & W. ROUTE. 17 f. O Leaves Peoria S -.10 a m; Bloomiutnon Vi U Q 4 : 15 a m : Danville. 8 :20 a m . Arrivea iNDiASAPOLis, 11:35 am; Cihciioiati, 4:30 p m; 4 P m ! Lol'wville, 7:45 pm, connecting with trains for the East- JJr Leavea Rock Island 6:00 a m: Peoria ,Tt 10:30am:Bioomington, 12:05 p m Ctampaigu, 1 At p m ; Danville, 3:05 p m. Arrives InDiAKAPOLis,6:00p m; Cincinnati, 10:20 n m- I .. iv p oasaiius o.no am: Day ton 11:45; pm; Columbus, 13 45 a m; Wheeling. i m m : riTTSBTJBO, 7:50a m; Baltixosc 7 -S5 d m: WASHINGTON, 9:07 ; pm: PHiLaDELPUIA? m : Bnffa o T'lft ninlKiTA Nioht oet to principal Eastern Cities one hour In . w- w w uiwii lli triuo. w I-ju Dm. At- i' 4:204 m- Cincinnati. 8:45 a tor? a""' m; NMh'We, 6 55 D m; Dav( Ion, V.oO a m : ClnlnmKn kiai. . iT-L.. i. ' c.K . T. i ju u uii rr ueeuni , 055 PBi: PlTTSBniul Tl . . w r ... V ?il8HJ?N B l philadeIlphia, IA5 a m; NEW YORK. !; . m ri0..i.T .7r' lXB"eilo 8 P i Albany, 6 SO . m; Bo. ton I-J5 li arl i rtrw - am . ... . . n ...... ousnns VAjas. Wltn Btata ... , ' T j" vsieaoorgn ana re to tadfamfp"1'6 ' ono.8 forom Peoria ''. Through Coaches are run on all trains from Galeebarg and Peoria to Indianapolis, connecting With Thmnffb Wl.... . . t. . . . . . . fc" ao an jaaiern ciues, giv ing passengers choice of routes. unirf-kau MMinaaiiA.. . J a .T jawv .v. hi nuts dv noR. auu o m L?B a Tille, reaching Terre Haute, tinceniea and Evans tl . Bml V. VT.. A T. . . . t . " . ' ' "i - d iu uuayeue, AAigawspon, rv wayne, Toledo and Detroit in advance of othei lines. The I. B. & W. is the only line rnnning ita train through to Indianapolis without change. . U llHn trsvuUlnir lib. Iti. n . ...... n ...... " - - u v.wr. ivsis iasi yrts--.- scnta equal advanuea and convenience of through stan. Thai RAW I. .1....- .ir l. and reaches all KasUrn cities on as quick time as its roimnstHrtra. apilhnnt Dr....).. A A lit- the advantage of the i-ixbst ournT of thhoish f A Da rv ssdi tWBfji Address tbe Gen'l Pass. Agent, and get a copy of our New Map-Folcib, giving full lnforaatio "HOW TO BEACH THE EAST AND SOUTH juiiN W BROWN, Genl Pass Ticket Ag . Indianamijb.Lvd T. J. BUFORD, WerternlAgent, Davenport. f slS3i!WWri!