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11 I. U.S. Wdv. Octobw 31. 1873. EAILSOADS. CIIICAOO. ROCK ISLAND AND PACIFIC K. B, N. B.-AI1 trains In or out I K w blind run by ftil. -aito tiDu -cii-eot the I'vorla train, which mu ty Toledo time. Chlcaao tlni,- Is about 13 minutes, and Toledo aboat 17 minotca faster thau Kock bl and time. eoiao BAIT. Kipreaa and Mall. -,..s ma. m. and 10:45 p ro. Accominodatlon, teavua at 4:15 p. m. UOIKU WIIT. Kxprvaa ud Mali, leaves & '45 a. m. and 0 :45 p. in. ACCOM MO DATIO ri.-s Arrlrt-i at Burvau Junction. H:15 p. in. Bim-au Junction, tt.lo a. m. Day BipivM and Mall kaving It--- k Inland at vum . m , connect ai bun an Junatlm. (or fcoiia. M..i. a.-,,,.. i-.-vTn.- H.w-k Imaii i lu :4& d m. 1 conneruaiHureauJunittnIorlvurtaata:iajn.B.; arr nrug i rvonuM va 4. 7 i i'h. IL i lull.Th h,,fo 1 1 end lor Aaitlu and St Paul, uorth, (oniui'U a-'ln; rat at B. A i(. rroealBg, lor 1'rtiiri'tiiii At La Mll. with IlllnoU Central H. H tor Mendota At Ottawa, with '.. Hlv. r Valley K It lor Aurora At J .il. t. with C, A. A St. I K. H At KnglewiKid. with Lake Shore K. R. and P.. PI W.iliK. R. At L'hlcACo. with all dlvrrKlnK railways CUICAUO AND SOI'TIIVVKSTKRN R R. Paaaengera lor Kanaaa. Leavenworth and Inter. ni-oiatc polota on till Kna.l. taae wi .iwim of tin Chicago, R. 1 ,t Paclac R K . arttn LeareBWortA Bl lo:uo a in. antl at 11 UU p. r1( H Connacllny at Davenpirl, with DAB' fori' a i t . . s M K. R At Columhua Junctlnii. with B. C 'i'au! uorth, tor Cedar Rapid. ' arKaila.ai and Barllng'ton and A okew. ,.r Uurllnv'inn. At KalrAelA. Willi Bell t allay R R. lor Ke At Aahlaad. wltn Daa Mo'ta, hddyvllle. i.rliiuell okuk, Otlumwa, Oat and Dee If oioae , ...., K. R. At Belknap. Willi ,t ai. J H K. At , aini ron. ( L A si Ji. K. At Plattehiir.', ; i A ISL.ANUAN1IST LOl'IS R R. ROCKfC LeBee It. L Kolutf South. -In BV Ar In St. Loula B.au r. a. 7 au a. a. Ar In R. 1. v . . 7. at p. ai. U. BL I.. .. .AUa B. .. aw r b Leave R L iloluii Nona. .. 4.AJ r a. e 4ft a B. Le. Sterling going South . . . Ait a. a. . . I an r. a. all ... aHpreaa u.iai r. a. i fta a. Ar. In Sterling. vki r. . 1" Arrlie in K I 7 40 a . a 1 a Mall Kipreaa Mall kipreaa . . TtBlna coanrct at Rivcll Island with the Chicago. H I. Paciftc. tha Peoria A R I . and th. W raum I'niou Railway At M-.uiuouth with the C, B. A 11 for Barluagtan. (.aleariurg an-1 P, orta. At huah ni II with 1 11 C B. A 14 'or H At B. arda town with lb HpriiigTlel-1 A 111 n - kCaatem I..r SprlngBeld ami I'ana Al Chaplti wltli To hide. M a waaBrra tr JAekaoaTIIW, MBprra Bad llauiilbal . anil at St. lmla with all Ra!!roa! and siteamboat lines diverging Irout that point 1 HI. Mio MI1.M vl M K V si- inn. U Ml araaea aBaaiBaBaT. aaaaal BaT. On and after Monday, lone td, ln. trains will leave Chicago, Mllwaus ee A St. Paul Railway Dv pot, on Reed sin-el as follows: I Ala. a. Through Kas'ern and Southern Kipreaa Arrive in Chicago at e, :au a. a. 7:SUa. a. Chicago Mall and Kipres Arrive in Chicago at II m a. a. lf:4& p. a -Throaith Kaatern Mail and Expre Arrive In chiceno at -4:15 p. a. Train leave Chicago at :Xi a a .J:0V r i V:i a a. Arrive from Chicago at i on p a..:3np a 1 M e a OOISO WIST ANU NmiTll l lr. a -Thr'Huti si lu, ami Minneapolis Kl pre and Mail 1:40 p a. -Through St. Paul and Mint, spoil- Msil and Kipre. 11 :0U a. a Prairie dn t Men Mall B&fap b -Prairie du hleu. and Iowa and Mlnne aa4e Mall and Kipre. 1 1- a. -Janevviile and Monroe Accommotlation. 3 t) p a ( Oahkoah and Berlin Mail and Kxpremt. Ocononiowoc and Watertow ii Aci omtniHlatton leave al 4 'si p. a. ; arrive ai VrW v a. MTTlcketa over all naaa bbM at Depot Ticket Oatce. and City OaBca. corner Keel Water and Wis ' 1011111 street, open all hour- of dav and evening, i A. V B. CAJLPaNTaUL Gen'l Pas-eugerand Ticket AgenL S. N. MKRH1LL. tfee. -al Mauaa. r A M. l.NtJKIOOl.L Ticket Bgt.. Milwaukee JOHN i UAl'LT. Aasl. Oen'l Manager WKsrEK.N LNION R K. .tan south Bmbbbqb BBS Mali Ac. omnioilatlon . . LBAVB. AKKIYr . . s to a. a. ii M e a . . .4.1ii p. a. M no a. Connect at Rock Island with all diverging line At Pultou with Hi-. CAN W R R lor CllatoB and Omalia. eaaea and Chicago, eat. At Krvep. il with the I C H. It A C. J N By R It. At Belolt, a.'jiou and Racine with the C N W R. R. lH RUNliTCJN. CEDAR RAPIDS AND M 1 N N K sol V RAILWAY. eotao aonrn. Mall ana Etprese t.XA v r . Burlington at Aia a i ulntnhii-Junction at 1 i a a West Liberty al llrkia a " t'edar Rapid at 1:41) p.a. Arrive at St. Paul at ' a. a. Si Paul Kipre Burlington at 7J0pa . .Colurthus Junction at ''V P a . .Weat Lib. rtv at Hl.Vlr a. M . .Cedar Rap. :- s: ls.Uoa.a. Am at St Paul at l.J p. a. i 1 1 s . , , 1 1 'TB . Lews Mali and Kipreaa. St Paul at 4:Mr.a l edar Rapid at " o , A a . VVeat Liberty at v.Aiab .Cilumbu Junction at 'l , a Arrive at Hurllngtoti at la in r. a. lal Kipreaa. St Paul at .VI a . .l edar Rapid ar TUB P a . . Weat Uharty at wdrtp.a. ..Columboa Junction at lo.'o p.a Arrive al Burlington at htl4a. a. PEORIA A HOI K ISLAND R R. BOCB tSLABIl TO PfoHlA. lbavb p a a r.M p. a A Hill v a AU r a In p. a a.: Kt. ..- Ctuclniiatl Kipreaa Dlly eirepl Sunday tliaily eicapl Saturday SDady except Monday. lOALVAlXKV R It PhoB Boi-K BBBbBB To COAL TALtBT. LBAVB AHBtVE Hoc Island tibia a loans a " 1A. fa. p a. 3 15 p. a. Fere from Rock blend to l oal Valley Vicente. Milan IU Milan to Coal Valley 15 " OPKNINU AND CLOMNU OF MAILS P'arrorPlce, OPPosiTS A BO I orpt' k. OFKIl'K ItoCRS Itoi R ISLAND TIMK. Open dally. Sunday .-ac. pled, at 7.11 a. a. ioae ' " a ,aj , , Oaea Sundav rrnei u , n, on a. a Money Order Oflce op.-t. from y am a a to 1.00 p a .Hum, i baaaai I ' . a 7 on r a MB a a In 4T p. a. van a. a. '.' r a 7 on p a ii p a raiCA'Si AMU BASTBBS. eivsapoiT A waarsas T uit'la a aorniBBM Tsat tao a aoBTatea itwarse a soartiweaT PSOBIA 10 1 I a MBb a. ft p a s.ai a. a. 7 IS p. a. gv a a 7 411a a. I 1". a. a. MB 4 a. 1" .. sitSVS lay and '. Si r a STAOE I i p a. W'tndeor arrlvi-a I ii jiarts VtVdu BY aaABM abu oAjrawBA Swedona and New nil Tbarailaya at ' p I atnrday at a a. a NIXON, DRAKE & CO., rlurrraeor 1 IIAKV K'l IMiAKE A CO Grain, Flour and Commission M Kit H AN TS. No 111 Watar sit , i IM INNATf.O A. LAZARE & SON, CONFECTIONERS) Rim K Id LAND 1I,LIN-I? ltc'W Dailv hv Kipre.. th- CELE URATE 1) RUTH'S BRAND Bavltiinore OyHtors. "IMlin Patroiis of Husbandry. JOSEPH SEYMOUR at SON, MASVKAt TtlUINli Silversmiths & Jewelers St. M -i - in ry SI.. S VIIAI I SE. ti. V. We are now pretiareil to fnniish I. ranee with Pull Bet of Jewel for omrera'ltettalla illtpai 41 Pull Set of Wnrklnir Tool antl t'aae i7 pa) T Spud. Heaping U.s.s ami shi-pher.l's i rook ... T Iseno Postolllce Mom-. Oriler with y--ur or-b-r It will ave eTpn'saeoMerllou lev. n one of place Of your Kipreaa office. JOSBP1I SKVMOI H 4 SON. HIIMAwllni Syracuse, N. Y. Important to Bnililm Th maki iinlarsiiroed is prepared to take order 4 CONTRACTS FOR EXCAVATINb WALLING CELLARS, rt HNIsntefO HUBBLE AND CTT STONE FLAGJ-GHTSTGr. W1MDOW AND DOOR HILLS, UAPS. c. saeta'.". !l.a9BS9 5 SB w!" n-"1 11 " '""Ir ad sBlssBaa So eellao laa aaaaaa rf. 7 7 , sa .on .a-una,, insd A.14UU JAalBa B. KLLI8, Hoek liiand CITY. OFFICIAL PAPER. Tui Daily Akuc. Is delivered I" any "I the City, at Tran I'rin raw Week, m Eiuiity t'rsiT a SIosth. Order rerrlved at Tm Aaor Coi ntinu Room. Leave order at Rock Island House of fiee for livery carriage or hacks. 10-a7d3iu AM. PeVfBv Hkmoval. Livingston has removed to Mil"iiald's old stand, opposite Kiesow's. All the latest styles of Hats and Cup, and ient's furnishiug goods. 8-25-3in Jonas Bear's clothing and gent furnish ing store is celebrated tor keeping gt goods, and selling at fair prices. P.! for Karine trunk. t 'aw' Tha Weather To-D - nt,- yi..lW- I ' : temperature " rkM to day, a m dicated bv theruint .er : . oil abov, get. . r.'- ".. irmi ll. B . r,.ir seems to have the right idea ! down at a point just west of what is known lb.u7a'',.' ,"",'s,'"t !" Hi "the hill' a heAW . grade two 11 .. -,v-l. ..I ... ... : ... . 1. .1,1. . .1 lie., bmiv ,'i Ltaui mauc viom " . hat, caps, and furnishing goods, at atiie prices, he suys about 2o per cent. cliea r than he could have done two or three week ago and the consequence is that he proposes to let his customers have the benefit of these bargain- and thus e tre ble all who buy of him to savi- money. He invites the public to call and 1 onrinBt L I'Tdtit. Job Printing Our political and personal friends scarcely need assurance that all kinds ot business printing- circulars, bill heads, statements, posters c . tVc. can he pro cured in the best style, and at reasonable rates, at The Ijm! Job Roouis. Mr. Jones understands that business better than any other man in these parts. Cases and briefs done to the satisfaction ot the legal fraternity. Pamphlets etc.. printed in the neatest manner. Excursion on the C B. I A F. B. B. The requisite number from this place having made Application for Tickets to the ChicAgo Kxposition the ('. R. I & P. R R will on Monday. Nov. :td . sell tickets to ('hican at Kxctirsion Hates. Fare round trip including ticket to Kxpositioni 7..').. This is positively the last opportunity that will be offered to vi-.it Chicago during the K.p -ition at reduced rates. A. K. I.vvhrii. Ticket Atrent. ' '."AUteiw The Weather. The oldest inhabitant gives up lieuten he can't roinetiitx'r anything like it. Such cold, raw, blustilring. squally, freez ing weather is very unusual at this season of the year. Last night Thursday at III o'clock, at R ok Island, the mercury indi cated -and in Chicago it ayaA 28, In dian 'polis .ii, Omaha It, Iavenworth 87, Milwaukee 24. LiCros.- SO, St. I'aul I. Duhith 21, Vankton U, Clieyenne 2S, Den ver StV, Santc Fe U. Ruffalo St, Cairo 4o. lyuisville 19, Meiuphi- 46, Nashville SO. And tin- Friday morniiiL' at 1! s-k Island. I'', and growing I ddcr County Treasurer A man who manages his own business well i- more likely to manage well business entrusttsl to him Kvery man in thecoiin ty knows that there is a very marked differ eiieo between the capacity and bu-iness habit- of the two men who are candidates for county treasurer. Mr. Clelatid is a clever well -meaning man wh o, with a large farm and uncle I fin. Kdgiugtoii I .r a fa ther in-law. is hardly able to get a living He has been an office -seeker for ten years, and is now a thin bait to catch farmers' votes. Mr. Porter never sought office office sought him. He is a bright, well educated, smart business man -managing the large farm and c oal business of porter .V Son with unusual care, skill and u.v.'ss. A man of excellent private habits, correct morals, undoubted integrity, and perfectly eomietent, he i- exactly tbe man to take care of the peoples cash box In his bands the fisvvplri may be sure that every dollar ot their monevwill he -ate From Bat R,-k 1-lan.l fjakaj Jlt. Darwiniaaiiin To Editor of the Union : 111 Till W KI'KM AH'il - of Oct SVth p pearcd an article entitled Tlieliulf Rrid god I arwiiiianilii Forever ." and signed "Fnreka " The whole article i-purclytic tion. No such couversali-in was ever held. It was eoneeived bv the iuinginafiofi of I 'has. Machiti and written by his on Fred There it st, mil- with all its malice, spite and hate. Let the people read it and pass judgement fours trulv. N. J, Hi inn rd. REM MIKs UV THE AHOI S. It was ' written by hi- son Fred, nor by anybody in hi- town-hip, and neither Mr Machiti or his son Fred knew anything I abnii ii until thev saw it in The Allot . , Mr. Hubbard If. "clear off the eggs, i,,l has "tired hisliitle pi-tif wide nl'the mark "The people wi'l pass judgement on th' alanderoits tom-m and pen and the malic.. spite and hate of N J. Hubbard. County Clerk The most difficult office in the eotintv to fill satisfactorily is that ol' county clerk. It reitiir.ss a very rapalile. correct and in-diistrini- man. Coin,are the twi men who are 1 1 - -1 r i . i ' . - and then av which of tliein i- lic-i suited to di.v.'harge its duties well. Mr Cook is a well disposed, honest man. without doiiht. I. nt he docs not po i seaa the ipiulities requisite for a proper , iliseharge of the d'ltie of the office We uiean no disrespect lo him when we this, lie km iws. as well as anv one. say that ho cannot ilischarcc the duties of the nffiw if he .should be elected. His friends know it--and when told of it they say -"Weil never mind that -tlti' t-ounty can pay hired clerks to do it " V. doubt if the peotile waul to elect a man to that office who can not fill it and who must run it by proxy at the people's exne Mr. Cook, like ( le land, is a man who don t miccet d well at tanning, and who. if he can't do his own business well, will not he able to do the people s business well. He is ulso.like Ice land a chronic office-seeker, and lor many year- ha.- been a standing candidate bc Ml liepublican conventions for sheriff, or s imething. Mr U. On ,tto ..,.e..e a,.,.l,i .,fK.... ; l.; Wk tlio office litjratly sought him. He did not . veil know that his nania was men- ti me.i in connection with a nomination, He was nit, like Cook, a hanger on at the convention for anything thnt would turn up He did not know anythiug of it until after the convention, when he was written to by the secretary and informed of his nomination. As to on:, lifie.n.... .i. J:r W-..OUO, lilt IJll- ference between the two men 1- like the ilifTorono., 1 ..... 1 .... BL. 1 A , avaaassBB. Mr ... I I,... ..I 1 ..... - wuu. l. lii,. ill 1, .1 , - ihiii it 1,111, oiij fill man in whatever he undertook. He is a graduate of the best business college in i Chicago, has been a teacher in that insti j tution : is a fine penman, a correct account Olf .Hoi knows ll ive u,..l la , .s cuu, uiy coillliu- j tent to perform the duties of the office !. ; lie is a careful, correct man, in every re j spect, of excellent morals, integrity and j tii'right character just the man for the I place, and the people of this county will m.ke a miiuke if they permit him to be BasrsaB - u. dStBAlcd. A HKKO KILLED IN THE DIBCHABOE OF his Dur? Brief Sketch of Hi. Career. Yesterday Ithc 30th) The Arius an nounced that John B. Watkin, buperm tendant of the Iowa Division of ne Chica go k Northwestern Railr"l. had been j j killed by ad accident, at occurred early I .l-. 5 two miles west of (?e- uiai tiiuiiiius;, dar Rapids. It appear" ,B:it Albert Keep, President r aJZZA, Mai viii Hughitt, General Su-1 t l- ...u-. n i of the . .....I,-.,, . r..r..,.,ri,-,i,;. ..Oi- i P.,1 nit, ex lMvision Superintendent, and Superintendent Watkins. had been to Coun cil Bluffs on a tour gI inspectiou, traveling in a Directors ear. Returning east their car was attached to M express train, which thev intended to leave at Cedar Rapids, and go up the Dubuque Southwestern to I . a'-. . - v. it laa... ! Vimmosa. change to the Midland, and thus , come to I hnton again. At halt-past S that i morning the engine of their train broke -, , i , I . u..:i. I nines west oi veuar tiaptus. : ! When the train sto; nii, the conductor, i Mr. Raymond, step; d forward and found 1 that the detention w Bad lie somewhat pro- : traeted. tie knew that at :orwuv. twelve! 1 miles west, they had passed freight train No. 14, also going cast, and which was tin d mhtedly Hearing them at a rapid rate. He hastened to the rear of his train and dispatched a man to flag the freight train. But the latter did ata) go far enough back, and the track was slippery and the freight had got under such headway that it was impossible to stop it within the ordinary distance. The engineer of the freight saw the signal, and reversed his engine, whis tled down the brakes, let go the sand on the rails but it was Hvo late; he could not stop his train. All this time Mr Wat kins had been active in getting everybody out of the train. He went i through the sleeper and called into every cai telling people to hurry out nev ' er mind their baggage or dress get out on the bank as stain as possible and when everybody was out and safe from harm. the freight came crashing through the rear of the Directors car which iu turn was driven into the rear of the sic.-ping car in ! advance of it and caught Watkins in the act of gelling off at the rear of the train. He was crushed lietween two cars so that it was impossible to extricate him. He was still conscious when found, and was groaning in a most heart rending manner At his audible request, water. Bead subse quently brandy, was furnished to him, although it was difficult to reach tbe eaOOBfl ed man thr mgh the broken timbers, lie lived about twenty minutes, saving hm lit tie. his agonized companions lieing unable ' to rescue him trom his jvoitiou Before death released nun trom suffering. U wa tt d until about eleven o'elek that his bod was taken from the wreck, and then the reaaaiae were placed on a special train and conveyed to Chuton. where nis distracted family awaited them. John A. Watkin wa- born in Conn.' 'ti cut in Is. io. He entered the freight "iVve of the Michigan Central in CliieHgo in 12 afterwards serving in various other ca pacities on that and other roads. The war found him in the service of the C. I! ii at Aur-.ra In August. 1868, he en listed in the 89th Illinois Infantry. and was elected First Lieutenant of Co. F.. After reaching tbe field, be was promoted la Msj .rship.and detailed tor service "it lien. iruysel s staff His aya engagement was the battle of Stone River after which, having served with credit tor three lull years, he resigned his commission, and went into the employment ot the t hicag. a North western at Chicago. In 1866 he was sent to Clinton as master of transp T rati u BctoSBj fjaeae he vva appointed As -isiant Siiperiuteudant ol' the east loara OMtkm under Col. Boss, thi n e to the full -uiK'rinteiideucy of the same ,livi-i Ma -and in 17 to the sup.rintendency of the entire Iowa Division He leaves a wife and five children the latter ranging in ages from ten to fifteen venr-. There was insurance OB Mr. Watkins life to the amount ot tH&UUQ, He died like a hen., in the discharge of his duty, saving evcry Uidy and losing his own life. Hi- loss will be deeply felt by all who knew hiui.as well a- by the corporation he s . faithfully served Devere's Clam Chowder Any man who has ever smelleil salt w.i ter will re.'ognize the tveculiar down east flavor of the clam chowders ma le at De vere's Restaurant, on Washington streev Devere is a Boston boy and knows how they do n down on Cape Cod By and by he will have some fresh end tih. and then look nut for a real yankec chowder I It receives oysters and clams in the shell. and has ail the game of the seas in. That slmw wind ivv with live ipiails. chickens etc is iiiite an attraction. to cay r.tliiii l: nt the .strings of dea l ipiail. sipiirrel, etc -and din ks intinnierable For something nice. Ilevere'.s is a good place to go. AT THE HARPER. HOUSE hen hahi'EK. 1'roprietor Among the noteworthy names regis tered at the Harper House are thote nf T. C. I'otind. Chipiiewa Kails. Wis. ; S !. Maniianl. M 1, .111-;l ieo. 11. Hill ( in. in nati. Ohio; I) A Olin. Sup r II! ! . lohn BBlKn Milwuukee: 8. '. Magill CHnton, Iowa 6, H. I.iiidenherger.l, -mis Mile. Ky. A D. Kckelaon. St. I'aul. I. W. Iliguull. Syracuse. N. V.; Jas. II. Hen hurst and Brife, I'ltt-hurgh. I'a ; J. B. Uicketison. Kdwartl V. Herry. H. ('. Al less, Chicago ; Fred. K. .Mason. I'hiladel phia. Jobb Marsh. .1. W. Hall. New i'ork. .1 I.. Tavior. Il.ivtoii. Ohio. Oi k Wekklv. -The Weekly BocB IsiM) Ahtn s i- puUtshi il to-iluy, und l ontitiiis t'orty-riirlit t'oliiinns of rlirsolv : irintfil BsaatsW, in our now ami clar tyit;, tliirty -two roluiiiiis of wltirli are choiif rsBstaaat matter, conuirisine full, romiileii' anil carefully t'oiupikil ayeayi ,,f tin- week, local, state, anil nati dial; also sounil poftt- : al articles of general interest, and the very latest market reMirts, the whole making one of the heat and unast readable aierH in the 1'nited States. It can BB had at Willinans s news stand, in the pout office, or at The Ahiii s counting naim. op,-ite the post office, ill wrapcrs ready It mailing. Price five cents each. Hallow'eu Ball. To morrow will be All Saiuta' Day, or All Hallows This festival is said to hAvc been begun by Pope Boniface IV.. about the year CUT. and celebrated in the Pan thenn at It nne. and fully established by Pope UfCfOTs IV., for the commuuiorati o ot all those saints ami martyrs 111 whose l",nor 00 Partil'lll!r y asaurned. This evening the .St. Pathek s Benevo- 'ent Siaaety pvea a ball at Turner HaII to w,"cn a" arc "ivltd- A pleasant time is "'""-'lted. Field & Bro. have just received 1IH) Kro8 of the celebrated Dixon's patented Alller'ea" ,'ra)hite Lead pencils, which t ' i"t'' ... ..,....., '1 hese pencils arc manufactured by the Job. Dixon (,'rucible Co. of Jersey City, N. J. (their advertisement will be found in The Ahi.i -. the oldest house in the Iraday, havinit been established in IHt", and , - ...u..,. - in TlIK r.ii S tl I. lost nil, so in the -- - - - , . ' Masonic. There will be a special mee- ting of Kik Island L idse. No. 658. F. & A.M., at 7:311 o'clock this evonioe. I , , g4 Eph fc. By order of OOD. Sec, protein. a. KOBITIVK tlnsing out sale at May Bros. Oiasis must be sold regardless of cost. Come early and secure your bargains. (riauis not aol.l ho the lat i.f Ikinaiiikii, j will be dUpoBed of b, .uction. I WMaam jut Bo. Bayer ui the Bole of a Trickster. To the Editor of Ibe Argus: I wish to make a tew inquiries in regard ... tin. i;; . .,: ....... .. i ,..... I...T ,v ... j i mi :i..ii ... .1 ...uij u uugl' ; whether he should be a man of hich iml ; honorable character, or whether one who ' , - -- (--. .... i i auvances tricKcry oi me oiacnest dye i would be a safe man to place in charge of me judicial anairs ine county, i will give an instance that came before Mr.Guy er, the present incumbent as Judge of Probate, and it' it till. the bill for the Re publican party, then MM iimc traihiny in tmt eompana. My statement is this : Soon j after Judge Gnyer was seized with great anxiety ithc soldiers orphans, ant elected he was for the welfare of rphans, and as my wife hail been acting as guardian ot the minor heirs Ot Llavid J . aumeter, from the time the pension act took place until the election of Judge (ruver. he informed her that she must give new security. Mr. John (,r. bon, our neighbor, offered to go security for her. and went to Rx-k Island to do so. On arriving before the Judge she was in-1 turned by bw h mat that under no circum stances would lie receive a houd.nuan trotn . . wouj ive aecuritv tor the back amount, which amounted to over four hundred dollars. I asked the Judge if he had required Mr. Siutonson, whom he had taken the rest ifMMttt; to appoint In act as aMaaaejrLan ii,,i. -ul nf tiiv Bfifa, to . --- . . - ' - - ty (-,,r ,,c i M,t amount. He said he could not consistently do that ! "But, says the Juli.e, "I should lie glad to "have you ae: as guardian of your children. and 1 II tell v.m what I wind Carbon in I aa4 la, ami I trill tfraie up the bond fir "lii itluile An') miuiunl. easel when lay rajaiaj "in he itill bi i i hurry anil vill tign it "irithtm! wtfpi$ f" fAMHl it, and then it "trill be all rijht. " I was shocked at the proposition made by Judge lin er, and remarked in reply to him, that he' re I would suffer a man who had offered disinterestedly to befriend no or tuiue. I would have my right arm cut oft above uiy elbow. This finished up the interview and we left the honor and glory, for the time being, with the Judge. If the Baayplf want such material to till their places of trust, I want to go in a lit tle hole by Ui.velf. The statement I have made I am willing at anv time. More any legal authority, to be quailtied t '. and can prove it also by others. S H. Tenney. Post offi.v address. Watertown. R.a.'k Isl and Co., Ill NOTES HKtt ANT THERE Wilkes P.voth yuantrel. and the Ren I dors are Bkety to he the Wandering Jews j of fun re generations. Mr. Wffl. Bell's people have new s ; 1 rot 'i ii." i nil. railn. that lie recently tell ! swaesa nt m ye-t,ii washes 'S inr., im-i e -.isieiv - i -, i- a , , ,. SUPerB B'ack or Nateral llnia.ii. nd leave- ibe Irrsni a faaapfllBf ami fractured a cullar 1 halrc. -n. Soft ai.d Beaatlfel tin feasrlBej eaen Iwi-.. II.. I, .i..nr asa.ll W """'belor M..M By a I KeoeWsi ll. is lining well i rasaslali nut. BACBKUMt. rYaas . N. M - weatln rirnphet a real 111 stager j - say cat we -hall have tve weeks ,.t'as glo- ! XJgg Reillie'S P&iH Killlllfi riou- Indian Summer yet. this fall, as ever - the a : shone on. It will Dot cost you a! IVra5a$iO Oil. cent to lu'lieve it or not. "it Work like a t'hamr B inti-mgent Heimhliean voter in i ?&&A&m.:3Lmm Burliiisrton. 1 ol' Mrs Han sra. hi scratching the name a eatl'liaate for cvchool Jsn- i IK-rinfetnlent wrote upon his ballot -Doant ! saaaat bean - aam. In :, " want kn uni'in in .'line. The p .li -e will Ik? on the wa'ch for i I . . .... , btsai ho tblhk tny are at BOtrrtJ to per- t toriu all sort- of uiean rlecds to -night be- ' cause it is II ,11 .w'tMi. Heavv fines are the I beat means .-i chtvLing r..wi'ivisui. . . , ap . A tvepiiL :ean mce seeker trying t- play i 'ranger, hire,! an ..tvliard and tapped two i , , , . ,- r. i ; ' . . BarsdrM apple trees for cider, and after in purine of a neighbor why it didn't run. spent his in,- me f.rr two weeks bribing hi- hired men n t to tell of it. Traveler- on railroad cars are gowinc under and I'mder in their oornnlainte atTa'nst seBI n itsance of pedlers of popcorn. eainiy. van. r Ktvereil nimLs, etc. As a means ot relief passengers are ml ipting the plan of thr .wing the wares placed in i heir lapb on ; he floor or out o. the win dow;. The grounds taken by Stokes' counsel, in hi- defence, were that the wound was 1 not a mortal ne ; that the killing was not premeditate! that the shooting was justi fiahle, and th.it the prisoner was not in his right mind w; en he killed Fisk If they -etsatid get one more trial they would profa hly prisduce Ptsat alive in court and prove ' that he killed St kes. The rcinait -ofthc "Benieia Roy," John C. Heenan. Wi n died near Kawlius. on the I ni .n Paeifii last Saturday, passed through ' tfiiscity, tick-fed as a passenger, en route for New ork. Wednesdav morning, ac-cotupli-hed 1 .la- Cusick. who was Hee nan s second at Farnshorough. downcast over the loss if Ids friend, the great pngi ; list The steuner Ilcdwing came up from the ltock Island boat yard, where she has btMB uiidcrg. 'iig repairs. and leaves fir St. L mis this evening. The Minneapolis, c .iniiig down with barges in tow. got stuck on the rapid- above this plac.-. and has been there f r two days, trying to get off. Itii-iness ha- pretty much, closed, on the river. The Bri. -klyii EayU allows that Mr. B-.titwell i- entitled to the thanks of the coiimrv lor lie thing : "He lias demon- j stated the natural strength of the country by exhibiting the kind of management which it has survived. The nati m whiih survives a B utwell.al bant and a Kieharii s..n may look with complacency upon all the other terrors of existence." The Sat 'atneuto Itemrd of a late date says "An odd entry tor a premium was made at the I'avih .ti last night. Mrs. J. B. W alters entered the hair upon her head Four years Agu BB ,-ut off her hair, shing ling it close 1 1 her head, and now it is live feet long, reaching within eight inches ot the ground a hen she is erect. The hair is line strong, thick.audot u dark brown col 1 or." Marriage Licenses for October. 1 Tm.it i WeBas, Bsbbbb rililiesst St. i,h, in i Walker. UaBelia II Hiliee. lil.ber K Mask, , atliaahatB llo, an E.lviar.. li. .Maltaiiseb. fiat BaaflBB Pre ailed v H.a.i.Mary E Wil-on. JaliB t roujsaeaB, Mailt-ia .f Carasoa. Arnlrew .1 E ni.-rt. vtartba r CramnmM, .loUn l iiuj.er. Iiura A k naOA. Andre,, M-rluiMii. Maria I), rralle 10 Ji r. eel .li Simmon-. Ma v .1 l arolbera 11 wlIUBIa MB b-BB, MAPJtAB Haul, liil 12 I'. Wl 1 urn .fa BaO .. Kan I-iliu. 13 Mm All ea, ..una I aBBilias 11 Ilavul li... ai 1011. .It-s u 1 1 art 1 v I.'. R ,h. n 1 Boysd, S re' M sniltii. in Allen Cameron. Nettie off. 17 Tboinii-.1. . easasa BeeaAG Wamsiev. IS Oust Swajison. allltla .lohuao... in t a:- .Mu,-,ier. I'a ol oa 1 aa 4' Char!.-.! LasBbb, Annie Eo il. 41 Mark Hoailliouse Ann itarkio-on. 2 Jam. Wi a,, rlliit' Mary 1. iiliUiam. It aloha PagA, Ciaru E. P.ia ler. II Ktujr Uaaarfe, M rn .1 Hlcc, 1. Monro, i.i ejaa, Ma ayaSSB A Cameron, tfrt Pe. r Elis Scliusiruni. Si.ptila M. Siimn, 1. 41 Israel Sehti-tru. 11. Solo. u na S L L Lance 1H Oeortn- V in--: l.o Ilia El .red an Anilrew I'a ni.Ui l. Mar rani Lnsraon. li, .Inn. -SV: speii e-. Mar .1 Wil.011 III John held. El a M l r. niweli. .14 I aegri A. llunloor. Man- 1. St ph.-n -111 Albert W Howe,,. II. ttie Mri nrdey. ''A li,.-n Kkalaln. 1 nu Swa strom. METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Hook ISLaan Ansr.NaL. lu. Weoh endiuc Octols-r 80. 'I p ru October. ,; i rasniAat an He.ioul.iler 7 a.m a 1 ,m M 11 in Si. ,n BABs tH.HV ,.7II rheiiiiotoei.-r. 7 in an. in II p.ni Ul 44 an w j 4n 35 11 .14 l as :n ts M uti i0 1 v, t.it alilrtla, IB BU.7II BaJB a-., 4.1 Sunday. H BAM au.ui BAajg Mouilay. 27 3t.n ay.m 10.44 I'ue-dav es Mm BAJB en.rVi V4"edi.e-da, 4U4,...rl eu.ftfl 41, pi riiursd.o Al 4..1II BS.M Hebiuki. (in the a4i laat ran,, meaeuremenl 1-:, Ini-h : he S7th. lth arid 11 ith, snow ami hail April -J8d. ls,. at p. 01.. rain fell lor ji mlnut-a at Pa iadi lphia. Pa . although the heaven imme diately overhead appeared p rfcetlv clear, and the ataraahone with undiminished lustre. Similar Inatanet-e have be.-., ob-erved iu other purle of the wo.lj. J Mi Itvats. H s IJ. g. a. "A LOSE IN TIME," &e. u a atlo b In time saves nine It Is eiinallv ri-s .... m .s 1 r tain 11:111 a .i-.se 01 . ni-. iv 1 :- n.... . Stomaeh Hitter ttken at tti- lnelenwat . 11011 of ,,-, m, ,,,- an uni.icasam tw nee A doBe.hpwev.n-, bnot atBrent The system ahon d s be thorougblj ch ireed with this genial eeg. uhle i etlmolant and invig .rant Comraeoee takiair Ir i wlin lite comnwocem.-nt ol the atmoeoberi,. ekan. whieh dl.tl,, ,,h .he winter fiom the entnmn : Thereby you will avoid those disturbances of the i gisiueann secret ,r organ and Ihoae nalnfnl I ,';!' I!'""!,1;' ""th,: ""rvesol e-aUou, snSt aZlotJuT . i'"udB.Jn;.-x' r , ary ,is rano regular ty ! v" ,H es liar nag resiorativt- tinpart t . lb.. mm rmed7Cf'rUr,e'rv,!B: Slbf.itV'e-LS ! -iUfaB fSei. 1 orp 01 y 01 ' ' auuati is-sis, LOCAL COLUMN. ROSADALIS, la aaed In (b practice ol. , coned by some ot the leadine Phvairian .. .. n - j Jin.., he laud- Tuey an-indue d u, do this from th. an roai ii lorniula 1 pulillsheil around evh b, tie, eo that the pbyntcian knowing its component parte, and being already aoqnalnted with their propertiee, preacrihe it with all conddence. N11110LASVI1.LI, Ky , Feb., 17, 1S9. l.entlemen:-I have seen the effects of -Riwida! w 011 patiente in mv own practice, and take plea sure in atieBili,; to iu nierite . a very powerful al terative. In rases of Scrofcla, Rheumatism. Sec ondary KyphilU. 4c, I always recommend It. ery truly, yours, J. K. SPARKS, M. D. Mothere, Mother!, Mothere. Don't fall to procure MRS. WINSLOW'S BOOTH- INO SYRUP for all diseases incident to the period of teething In children. It relieves the child from I c"r,:" wiun colic, regulates the bowels, and by SSSS't."1'81"'"'" "MRS. winslows SOOTHING 9YROP," i PorMle 5 a" druggla a. n-lmwtem Extra Spe:ial Notice. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS. Smith's Tunic Syrup (im fn counterfeited, and ttavijcotiuttTfeiter iiimtlw la (UaC Smith's Tonic Syrup. The attsM arttclt; Mill ha t lr. Johu BhIJV privnti- p-iftmp m each boll It- ir. John Bulionl) fai th riiht to m -uiulariuri antl -t!t me oriariu-il Jill, II .1 S til it .'. P. sj. ,- I j.n ,si llj IW ar Kxnmino areM the label on ach itotiit. ff my pnaH-(-tainp v nut u mwtm ouitte. t not pur chat-,, r vuu will no dt-ct ivcii, H;e my culumn adviTtirt-meni. and mv huw card, 1 will prun-.--cut- anv on- Infrinsfiny t my rxhi The gtnuiiif Sun h't Ton it Syrup cm uuiv Ik.' prepared (y my tjf. The utini.c'hi rervatat. Dr. JOHN BI LL. LoaUviMe, Not. !V MM MaM dSly. aaafaa who arc stifr.-niii: from certain complaints known only to females, should at once fat Dr. Yel- 1 pair. Female nils. Th.-y produce a most enarm ! In effect. Sold by all Pru.irest. Manhood ! ata P-e-si, iib Co cents, ha De, Womanhood ! -.ted fine pl.ites. Marriage ! . sent post-pnid for Cliarate Straat, St . Kead his otrd. l.o Mo tilt great S,M;ci Dl OOfi'r" WILL HIVE er, i REWARD i cA-e of Seminal w. akaeas. Prl- ease ar ffVmale Havaae. ttiai bl-r aaed lea Icanuot cure. IK- i a e a mate of a rtr-t lass Medisel ' oil ire. l.'ir ulars eivinir Mull Information fre,-. Lost prlc- s Qaieh f cures llllneral po.-oi. used Wrlteat, aaea and save your health and money. 1 OK. A. r. u KP, 1 in lSdSmAwly , Syracuse, N. Y". Batchalor's Hair Dye. lh . ol-.-iidid Hair O e i- ibe be-1 r. I lie world Th ,mi True a: d Kerf-.-,': 1'ye. H.rmle. h.-IIh hie -lint I Bstan laaKB; no .lisappciuimeM ; no ri and Irsdmdeaua. Bad is srell Hand, and f ind t lw ason to uiskv it thsai il doe- eommon IIbIsbiii l aasl " " m ,n cood- "d u nd " Try Retine'. Paln-Klllinc Ma;-r oil for Hear- hp. Tr, paiu-Kili.m: Ma le oil for rata , K' '"" ES'VnV H "S l"T "--U-ia. Try Kenae'a Paln-KlillQie aSaaric OH for Scleta Try Kenii.- s rafm- Ottei Ma-i,- oil (or s;.ratas. Try Henius aiu-Killinn (.a-.-lr oil fur Sore Throat T'-1 Pi" KMU, 00 "' "P- gaasieie you try ii for Doe r at bite. BsvsaaasB you trv it for 1m m Ke -t or Ear. apsaaas von try It for Knary Nail Wound. I2ES! m S K '"r Br?1"'' ur, 1"?'"' Sappoae ro i trv it for , oi-ot, with I.e. sup,,..., J ry n f.,r Tin aarl lipases suppu,- you try It tor crick In the Beak. Ii wont bun ne It. aaea Ma-oc Oil never hurt as ybod y. Mix it srfth Molaaaee for a coea ; m x It witli vi er r son- eye If you ose it fo earache, lon't p -t any cotton lu ihe ear. Oct the genuine' WH RXXKb A sons. BkBBafactBretT. Piit-lield Mi-. He ol'-r. call for it when- yon trade Sold in: R.s.-k Island by John Beiicsiot: and E Brueuart. 1 LAUNDRY. ajli; roilN W. GRANT IS D UNG THE BEST FOHN K.UU BIH Clt eaVon. Shi win cuiftH anrt iit-hv.r wlthoui nxcra harL-v Illliii'lp utrt-s-t. n'Xi ooor tr Rriiniif.'s J w.-!r 4t,.s-. r.'tr The Man that did not look abound when he wanted a Stove. JS siouini 'stnoa PTABd paiTBO paB pip mm ubw if; FIRE ARMS. Celebrated" Breech Loading, sporting ana wanting Mines. SltiL'le b-rrel Breech loafllnr Kh t O n . Sin 'le barrel M.taal-.loa 1 11 ir slim Ouns. Hevolv n.' easi Reiea illf 1 ist Is Vest Pork t 1-tols. Sin l- in 1 De Wen-barrel laerin -i.t-.. I Breech n.a.inft, i Hlfl.- I an. . nun liarr-ls. m Mountl-i Ve a e BOSS abl. e-harre -hot Una IM dlf E. I.KMlaiCTu.V A SONS. Il on. N. V. atented Feb 7th. tsetl. May SB, 1871. Dec. Mlb, 1871. A. 0. C0E' I A. T E N T SCREW Wrenches, Manufactured by L. G. GOES & CO., WORCESTER MASS. 10-480 ly ROCK ISLAND Commercial College AND Telegraphic Institute ! DAY AND NIGHT SESSIONS. Life fkamlaiablp ". i. Bis montl " . as! ' '',V" "'."ilt-KeepIn -. Bclenc-- ofAee -ania. K. ad Or .of' '"""""-""' ""' Writing and Attthmetlr anil Enpl sh snblecs t am. ; ' " """" "- leiegrapuy-. NIGHT SCHOOL. Writ! g mil Arithmetic Bfl lerBieeBMBI B tlk-k fflilil' 11 I X biV ' ,ke ute "M H in Bu" . theu. a. fbey. Pri.xip 1 , p. q Bo WO. l4stpiai ,t ;-..nl4..r ll'ii-rr . - I- nlar. ' 1 aaBBaaas ' . jfl M. I as) ' : ., h anc New Baae : i BUSNESS CAULS. KENWOSTEY & BEARDSLEY, I avv AaUJ AIJSlKAt-1 OKKI K. ROOMS IN ley. M. M. STURGEON, ATTORNEY AND COCNSELOK AT LAW O Uuek island. III. offlce in Mitchell & Lyndi '. - dwtf P. T. McELHERNE, AbSmSI ASD lOLNSELOlt AT LAW, C J. I0HNS0N&S0N, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. 5j Offite, Room a,. aaaaa. . , . T , Block, Ruck Inland Ii " -S ' Mitcbt'H LyndeB BOUND OVER iV. JI Ba BB 1 L l. I I. U. t'ieaner and RT'eTTl10 Hcox. Tall tniHti'd to him with care and luw rates. Shop, Wt ei Karl. Houff hlock. cutt-n all work en- vrompatuih-, and at Rock Ulan.' ALLEN, STEPHENS 4 CO., bANKEHS, : No. 24 Pine St., NEW YCK Direct all letters ta P. O. Boi 3087. HAVE (IRI1ANIZED DOMESTIi BWKIN. aaajaaaa in New York i iiy, w-iih a rt.-: artiii.-n'i specially devoti-d to the can- t ouTOa- rossst a count-, and can atu-u 1 ti, th.-m N iter than any in corporated hati-e in the el y. which are oriraifir. d tuon- fur i lly baeiaeee. Eoor p. r ,-ent allow.-d on dillv balance Aiiuiiut reiMii-reil anil int. n-st rrv,l,t,-.l moatkls All orders t- buy or sell st ick on epei-Blatitin posi laialj Ac llu.sl. I'an .ell rim i bonds of i-iiies. ,-onuties Stales etc but they must he tirst class. Every kind ol lesrttlmat,. baaktac husiness done, u-.rstti p ROC i OR fe GAMBLE'S i Mottled German Soap, 1- mar., waste. from tin- best materials and will not I r-um at price of nr.ntiarv Soap, liro- It. CUcatro Jobbers irholeaale AaCa. shav r. CCTTLI2S FISCE'S EIT'TESS. TMai prtr pariition of the Treat K leuiist, lr. Uott liet) I- Ajscli, of tieriuriny, : s betad on ihm feet tiiat. as toil inau-r;..i3 f.f tl.o bxly Uietiei ive 1 fmrn Jm3. fo ali 11 ill Force, or Helt ., la ds-nvfij buta tlie i'rce Btona up In Food, Jr. '.-w'A'j Bttttrj crtatal a the syB triu t.- liberal and oppr- .Tirvt-- titrae Pereaa, cmitt-a Appttle, rurert lyt.p padavvtth its result ing Ecltilfty ntut lack of lStLT'o.iR Ha5 ; Bad ton, a the l-i''TTi.''cii and aAver a? lo mri'iet'fntvtiir.tioti ami 1 iliousnr. itncj'iii.ble, re Jnf.r- o9 the (System a It cfintiovf rb:ul rtsu t'-of c'tanci' g cUtnate, water, So., ami belt- rendnre Hie dnnazitis often miexp c-te-ily marie on Hs Kotce nmi PTiprpy. Lad. en In de 1 'fit- heal ; h, aed persons, and all emaciated and Wrmm ftftr ulrknersa. will Tntf'lv kl rcnut Imn hv nsing this ereat preparation. W ARE A SCHMITZ. Proprietor.. !) an1 S Cranite St., Philadi Iphia. Pa For -;. m Rock liaiid by Smith & ttonuey. GTOceties. JiiJe- KELLY, "ija.nr mw Miiit s liruiaim . pun humi ,Urt-fi- nr--. llaaaBBi . i. mini VtUaw VVarv "r Ori-mii Hiiri Ohio -Trt-vlie. O K IS AMI llA r.-i H.iiiojoi L'tinih win jif - i jvi ,',.mpeti- 'ion 3-14tfn f HLttMftsk. LOEB, THE FIRST-CLASS Merchant Tailor 11 S NoW OPEN KOR INSPECTION AN ELE ! i i jraui -nnmviil or French. Englik find German CLOTHS & CASSIMERES IN SPRING STYLES. All th Oho,(4t S -ltx-ttonf o il'-!irarilt nmXA 111 fjr tbe th -i-.ajBon. In frTh, Custom Detriment ! Tin- palliUc art- r4.r'iialv ?ii !:-'! taeza :nv th' .'Ooi. and ao i it",ii to "h ave th. ir inli-r for a nior-t KAMiloN ABLE Sl iT. wh re p.-rf. kd fiuiUK irarnicnt- an tTitmiiTiWifl at ail tiin-t.. A. LOEB, WBSCl 4-31dtf .V" TMI.HK4 CLO THIE&. THE PIONEER CLOTHING HOUSE. ; WALKER & DODGE, E- II. SMYTH. MERCHANT TAIL0.S ! Hali- und Rftail Dealer ta GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. M KM s AMI BHV- READY-MADE CLOTHING lit the Latest Style and mien Fashionable Paitirns. Also a oocapl te stork ot Hats and Caps?, I'ATES'T OVEiai.Ls tone or buttun-liuW- Will, out Bnrklea. Bnt- Our Stork New. ompl te aud of tha Ut.-ut 1 .-. u. tsr unvv (in iv oo. naUHlarJion. pnci', and uarantf ( WALKE'. A !ODGE. Cornrr Illinois ami Karle Strt l!ovk Jtland ARTISTIC TAIIiBK. WE BEG TO INPORM OUR Flit ENDS AND patrons thai we an nov, hettet prepared than ever In exhibit the very CHOICEST STOCK ewr rtietjilayi-d in Cbl'-ago, rmbrBVcinir nt-w auii handixmn fur " V( ry thing SPRING & SUMME R Wear for GaMi'wen. Df aling t;xclunWely in m mwm mm enabl,... ri to .how e tock repute with everything aoiBllj to be lonnd only tn Oret -class Taiiorinir ,-s tablutbments O.cupying the handaotnert Zre in lb . ty. and having the raeaua and taieu. wToSll for the producUon uf everything for nicmsarj Gentlemen's Dress Wear. -ho,11 111' 2S r",n'nerand new ones to favor us tT mi .I,!.?. " hV h lt" ' one to ail satlefectonly, elegaatly and artistically. E J. WALHB, Draper & Tailor, MrVicke r't. TNeatn. Bu. 0': (f. 'H A'-O I- Uelt 2&ia8 Powriar. Warranted Chemically Pure!1 D. B. DeL&ND & CO.'g CHEMICAL BAKING POWDER! Universally Conceded to be unequalled for the immedi ate production of BSEAD, BISCTJIT, CAKE A1TD PASTBY Oi every description, in the highest perfection. Always full weight, and keeui in any climate. D. B. DeLAND & CO., FAIHPuKT i HKMIt Al. WOHKS, I MHTORT NBW YORK. Hunt's Eemedy, DROPSY '--e , - ssasa.. HDNiRD(!bW KIDfiEY. "73 Why Your WiU Life Yu Can be Die Saved. WILL CURE CROPS Y, Kidneys, 2Iadicr and Urinary Organs. A-k Tor III N I KKMKliV. 1 atti- no othrr For j nah' b ai) Ilrns-i'ii ! 2n Mariii-i S jua.f K. 'LAlt:K Proa. I' fvi irncr. R. I. k Man i M Jo , ftenttin. K.;n in For aalc in K I tterteaaf. 111., iv. l'u-i 4fc J sVuMw.y IV OL Vv AJAT THE Choicest, in -st Fragrant and Delicate PKRFUME8 Ever im import,,:, all diatilleej from ATI' HAL p LOWERS, Vak f Now LxtmctB ol' TUh Fcrfurnen- Co., OK LOMloN fSllTur Wilri Flout nmf India. -.Ja'jHu-'' rrt i. M i-.va k - n Bi Mih: lat :iw fttnitiut-t, Ajjo otht-r varii-lit-e. i Sold by till r! rat -cta.it druL'ifitK Narm-a copy Irirtttd. Tratv mark ntfU -rcri. THOMSoS. j LANi.TlON ,Solf Atrt-titt-of th- t'niit : BtakM ! and Cai:aln GrO TO THE HEST!j - TBI dav e: irrc3 rtT BRYAJJT & STRATTON BiuiumcomeE AMV Tele..::;ii)li Institute! The Lbrsost in the West! I.IVKl- TOOesQCUU PREPARATION KOR BV-' lNKVS TORSI ITS. FT RNISHKs tuMPLETE ! KAt I1.IT1ES FOB Al ul IHING BJafD ASD ELEOVNT I K.NMANSHIP THE systkm: : Ii taiij'ht. and Dt'v r Mai to mak.- Qooi Writfrn. j A ihor .iiirh tnowifdt of l.o klse'.-j'iiit' ami Hut ' in Arithmetic. Oa efal irainiti: in th-' Laws ol Bucin'-'n. Tfl 'raphiitir aivl Rai'road Matin BiK)kk-''pfinj 1 Privait-ami ihdiidaaliiitrtHUoiiglTt n. StnAtnta : : riei-ln at anr rlmt?. Arranir'-m' nic for r-oartHn-j. .o tat ntniifntf cot i p.mrl hoani for 4yKHt (arr t't-k. 'Mch ! an actual ' .avinL- ot f MM met momh. A'Mr-f fnr rircular. MONTAGVE A ULlJBRllMsE. S-7(lAwtf 1avkthkt. Iowa. MICHAEL KANE, Agent, Bnfori's Blo:k, Illinsis Street, Hoci Itlzil TUF Vi'MTOR (MS ti At S ET A KAK-VAMKD rt-'iiaTiiij. No - "iM-oiniiiin ran b b- frowev. imb it tiiati ui pay tii at very h- UM wife aIi. 1 ii--. 1 uptatai In .! p-ai-i- ami rernmmeni,. It ; to tit r in U'h'o! aiic iriei t4a, fi-r if "norny, r! anli 1 MM ami reliability lit all iu ir ralu-na. J2,(8S MONITORS OW ill Use. Also the Celebrated j Santa Claus Cooking Stove, POB CXIAL 11R V(K)I. Whicli has -11 : a demand all through asjl ,-ic. llin. , cantiot N he VTesi urpassci FASHION FOR WOOD. Also the Oelehra Call and cxaniiiK. ihtw mar kt 1 . 5 lOiiAt wly tovci. on hft n iho M KANE. Roca Ifland. 111. 35,000 OK THE CELEB RATED IN DAILY USE. And all oui:e in nayiofj thai xhvj are thv niceti and bit I Hi 11 ail u. Made for the Money And give uvttt-r oatistactioii than any olhrr now maite. They i.OaUpritM ihf EUREKA, EUREKA-CONCERTO A.rxd Grrands. IlhiritnitA't:! ratai"Lm-f ttnt to any a'.dreiw. poet B. StlOXlNGrEK & CO., ssak-sH 1 '. I I 5fJfeSl; ''f NEW aJ)vTaT15E2ElJT5 I aasl II IU H B . Agents Wanted. BEND FOU CATAljo-.tl DOKSU SffiilG MACHINE CQMPAKY. m m yy iakt ruaan.jiii. ,,n new line maUedfr,. S.W. Telegraph rn,U,1 WOMEX- rrencb and American Jewelry, Buok (,,, .'J I lofTUe. IV Ul -0 Auguitl ma, ttc . sent Kkre. j. o. VICKEr v wnucv I liapidlv wi h Si.neil k UlilrttM raBleilnesai. paniiuiarB piri-rt, llotii street, uot-tuu. $5 to $20 day: Alien t wanitrt' Clahpi r' of MfirbinfF nana 1 . . " rrwi rmim in nin mnir.. rM. - r .... ... aa tm as a. ,,r B lrj timi i aojuiiiie eise. l-anirulari- fr 1 TINNON k CO.. Portland. Main Ad(!ra , j We will iW t an advert i men i of on in. h one niimth in Hi-ht-claw I linoi- r. K r li-t of paper- in olhrr Stale HOWELL - iu.ll 1'ark K..w GliO. 1'. ROWKLL i n N. Y. AUBli NEWSPAPER DIBBCTORY book of ii ' i aaiaea, w th editors' ind pul,: s, MttJrs, all fseBrepe names, date ul , -t ibll-hm -i,i. tption priee and circu1ntii.fi of In tL.- Cnltad Bt&teeaisB lseslBloB PRICE, FIVE DOLLARS bymai. Addre- rallaia.ie. II Taia Boa SE- 11 4.-. I E" lit TUB l i-SL-t. shovclntr. bow. wli.-n nr ,. . e. and eesssaasfass a li,,,.' : . -. Hlh mnct, other lafurraal ,,, ,. ,, , nl- r. A. Idle.- UIBU. i' k'jU l i i sh.-rs. 41 Park Row. N, v urA a u-f-i ais eat lo a : Co . FBM (Trite 1 .r n Tri.s- T . JoTIXSTOS r, ... GRLAWtSTEf!N Va Saul -f. $it t . i50 s ttc . . Sea, to jr ReioTWta. 6ma Mai. rial, FWdi i sf-j-m. 8. Pfctuli she, lean cotitup io neai n or etaUW. etc., boaghi or tradt d for .. O.H. to ! rxainiiit.-n h -i aaal by paid for Air tj'i-BBjj etwljr MURPHY'S BOOK STORE! HalTii: i-..r lia.,-. thi-to-lv in trail.- o Woodward, (facmeil) (.ai- oM tsnn th niLriicii n-n ctluily iiivlts-t? the patrona Aeafft any ariicl. u?nalH 1. it at a Bonk tloU(-rv -ion-. A 1 1 1.:, supply of SCHOOL AND toSCELL4NE0US BOOKS, Letter and Kate Papers, Envlecpes, Pens, Pencils. AM ALL KINDS OF FANCY oTi.TIfll.EBY, Wail Paper, Children's Carriages, Toys and Fancy Articles CHEAP PUBLICATIONS, MAGAZINES AND NEWSPAPERS. t tie ar'irV- teetteel bv by evjir-as. A share al th:- p;.trona-e of fully solicited Pri.-i - Peaaoaaale an-: eatlesa mmmrntt m .1 atUBPin I s'caoco. CraCIHNATI CIGAR COT. J. C. FIEDELDEY, Propr. Mannfaeturerof Cigars. pTSoli- OwTH-r of lh Rt inini7T M - . . Patent Cigar Mould? Kentnckv. PatrtiT Cig lor Ohio a: l-JMd.fat.ly Abaofuteiy the bea: protection againat Fire. Tbe Babcock I t Fire Extinguisher, Self Acting Fire Engine AMD HOOK AND LADDER TRUCKS. Io daoy use by lie Fire Iepartmant ef the rrincipal cities of tbe Unioo. Tbe Gevemmenl has adopted them. Tbe leading railways use them. SEND FOR "THEIR RECORD." BRADLEY. BAT2S CO. General iafeate for J.onbem lUteols, T Baaall'! 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