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ThumUy. N6"mbr 6, 1873.
SAILBOASS. CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND AND PACIFIC B. K. N. B. All trains In or out of Rock Island run by Chicago tlm except the Pyuria trains, which run by Toledo Ueae. Chicago time la about la minutes, and Toledo abont 17 minutes faster than Hock 1.1 and time Sflin Bairr. Ripre. and Mall, leaves ie m and In K, p m. Accommodation, leaves at 4:15 p. m. aoiau wm Eipresa and Hall, leave 5 :5 a. m and (I l'. p. tu. aocoaTaoDATioa tuii. Arrlvea at Bureau Junction, H:15 p. m. Leaves Bureau Junction, a: In a. m. Usv Bxpreaa and Mall leaving Kock Island at i 01) a. m., connects at Bureau Junetlou for Peoria, at 8 las p. m. ; arri via at Peoria at Q :U0 p. m. Nlirht Kapreaa leaving Hock lslaud at 10:45 p. m. c inn. els at Bureau Junction for Peoria at 9Ula.ni , arn.luit at Peoria at 1 :ti a ni i ins roau counecu at west Uixrtv with the H H A M K K for Hnrllutrtiiii anil kmikua, south. anil fur Austin and Hi. Paul m.rtli CounecU going east at C. B 41 i. Crowing, for Princeton. At La Hall, with Illinois Central H II for Mendota At Ottawa, with Koi Ulver Valley K K. for Aurora. At Juliet, with C, A. HI. L. H. K. At Knglewood. with Lake Shore K K and P.. Ft. W C. H. B At Chicago, with all diverging railways CHICAQO AND 80UTUWKHTKUN It It Paaaeugars far blausas, Leavenworth and inter ticdlati: points on this itoad. taki westward trains of the Chicago, II I 1 Pat UU U. It . arriving at I., svenworu at to no a. m. ami at it i. p. m. C vnnactliig at Daveuport. with D. A St. P. R. R. tor IK; Witt and Hau.uokela. At Columbtu Junction, with B. C. R. A M R. R. for Cedar Rapids. Cedar Kalls.and St. Paul, north, and Burlington aud Keokuk, south. At Kalraeld. with H A M. K. K. for Burlington. At Ashland, wltn Des Moines Valley K R. for Ke okuk. Ottuniwa. Oskaloosa, Kddyvllle, Urinuell oil Da Moines. At Belknap, wllli North Missouri R. R. At l amer in. with H A St. Jo. K R. At PlalUburc. with St. L. A St. Jo. R. R. ROCKFORD.ROCK ISLAND AND ST. LOUIS It H. Leave R. I. Ar. In golug South, at. Loals. Mall mM a. u.SU p. a. Kiuress .) P. L TJU . a Le St. L. Ar In R. I. Mall .a a. si. nut) r. a. Express AM) r. m. 6.45 a. M. Leave R. 1. Ar. In going North. Sterling. Mall Ail r. si. i Eiprea ( 45 i a. Hal Is Sterllug Arrive In golug South. R. 1. Mall ail a. H. TUa. a. Kxoreee r. a. T.ftl) p. a Trains connect at Kock Island with the Chicago, : R. 1. APactic; the Peoria K 1 . and tie Western Union Railways. At Monmouth with the C, B. A t; for Burlington, tialeshurg and Peoria. At Hush nell with tne c. B. A l for Outocy. At li town with the Sprlnglleld A Illinois South Eastern for Hprlugflc Id and Pans. At c'bapln with the To ledo. W. A Western lor Jacksonville. Naples and Hannibal: and at St. Louis with all Railroads and Steamboat lines diverging from that polut. i lll i;ti. MILWAUKEE ST PAUL RAILW AY, scamia ABaaoiMBiiT.-toiMw iabt On and after Monday, June til. 1-n. trains will leave i hlcago. Milwaukee A St Paul Hallway De pot. on Heed stre. t as follow. 3 1 a a. --Through Eastern and Southern Express Arrives In Chicago at 4:30 a. at. 7:11) a. . Chicago Mall and Express. Arrive In Chicago at 1 1 :tu a. M. M:44 r. Through Eastern Mall and Etpr. Arrive in Chicago at 4 :ta r. m. Trains leave Chisago at J a a . H OU r U:Sll Arrlv r. n. from Chicago at IM r . 1:00 (Miiau wiar AND nohtii 1:13 - Through Hi. Paul and Minneapolis Kt press and Mail 1:4V r. . Through Bt. Paul and Minneapolis Mall sad Express II hi x a Prairie du Chlen Mall ' -Prairie du I hleu. aud Iowa and Mlnne sot Mall aud Express 4:U r a. -Janeevllle and Monro. Accommodation, :l , Oahkoah and Berlin Mall and Eipross si OronomowiM- and Wstertown A. at t wi r m , arrive stuiisia -ommodatlon leave lr"Tlckeis over all lo. - Sold at lvp.it Ticket . and fity lifflre. comer Kast Water ami I- c..n.u, .trceu. open .1 hour; of ,l,v ami eveulu.- u-o l raaarnuer aud Ticiu-t A:-nt. MKitHILL. (ineral Manatier A M I SOKRMOI.L. Ticket aft., M..u .i ik JOHN C UAULT, AM. lieu 1 Manager UKSTKRN DBM K K. MOIKO NUHTM. Btpn-fw and Mall A' oHnmndatitw . LIAVI. ANR1VK . a. ft ini i- m. i inm cti ai Koak laland llh all dlver.'ltu- lln At Kulton with Hi. - N W R. K. for it In ton and Otuaiia wat. anl riiica.o, ft. At Ifrv- pm with the I 0 K K. 4 C A N W U If NAV ajfff ' tob n1 ''fine with the C. St UUltUNtiTON. CSI1AH K AIM lit. AND MINNE 8ota railway aoam. lxavi Mall ami Klpres RitrllnirtKn at s i4 . rnlunir.il - .1 , at 1" at s.a. . West Ubvrteai ll.Ua.a. ..('eilar kapitls at l.au r.a Arrive at si Paul at r. ai a. a. st Paul Kapn-as. Hurlliitfton at 7.3flp.j . t.ulaninus Juoctloo at i r a. ..West Liberty at Mlra Cellar Ka i I ils at w id a a Arrive at st i"aui at 1 air a unlHosot-TH. LBAVI Mali anil Cipreas St Paul at i v t i ilar Kaplils at ;.ili a . West Uberty at v.via.a. Culunihn .Inn tlnn at in.SDa.a Arrive at l..rhn.-i..:. at l:lu r. IM Klpres. Ht. Paul at II.MJ a . OaAf KapMs at 7.4.1 r a . . W est Llts nv ai kMrJ . .Cnlamnas Junction at lo.iai r Arrlv.- at HnrllDirtiin at Ml a. I-UUHIA Jk ROCK INLAND K R. anra aainn T. PB'ial Kpr..s Cincinnati Kaprcs ,hivk r. a. 11 m a. a. . , Mi r. t'OAL VALLEY It II. ran am a islash t.i nut falssfW. ta VB. ..RITE Kork Island Tan a. a ll.nia. . II. an p. a. 4.4H r. a. rare limn K.-k Island In full Valley to emu. vnis.ii 1" Milan tn I'nal Vail.-; .19 OPKNINti AND OaMBM OF MM. ristumri, oTT isrrr aanrs nrrtea. unr Horn rock island time Open ilaily Manilavs eiceuted, at 7 (l a. a. i ... - " K m r a Open anndavs from a on t.. Infsi a a. M.iavr Orili r office oncufruui u.mi s.a. to 5.im p. a. SHftl. chicaoii and lAsTaaa. a im a. 7 an a. 10 15 r. Sa. a ai p. .! A 7.1.'. p Vl A. 7.45 a. Mi r. TM t. a. s.ai a. a. 1U.4A p a. .'. vi a. a tl.l p a. 7.0TI p a. aiai r a. AVBapnnr A wtsTlus T. Loris a soirraBK.N sTiaLisu a anaTttaca aiLwaeaa a sonTiiwasT ra.iai. nan a. a BY STAUE i ' 1 - , t'Vki I- H H.Ofl a . a Hw-fdt.na and New Wlndaor. arriwa i .-!. -and Thitradartt at A r n. l ,.art- W -iltivatlayt and satunlaja at H a. m A. LAZARE & SON, CONFECTIONERS! BOOB ISLAND ILLINOIS. Hecplve Uall. hv Kvpr.'ss. Un CELEBRATED RUTH'S H BRAND Baltimore Oysters. tMlm Patrons of Husbandry. JOSEPH SEYMOUR & SON, MANIKAIJTtJRIftO Silversmiths & Jewelers JWHontirt-mcry Ht , HYIIACU8C, N. Y. W. art now r (..r- tu famtxh tiraaa aitb Kail Hula of Jawrtu fur Offlcrra Ktitfalka (18 uj M Kull of W.irklOiC aud 1 aa (7 pi t Muud, Kraiilaa llixia nd Hhfpkrnl'a Cmth 7 haatd Fir-iufhcc Mouuy Ordvr with yur oHr. It will avr ixpnai!aoHectinn Ulvv uawt- ul plac of yMir r. t , i r- urarr. JOSEPH SKY MO UK SON. Hi tMw3m Syracnar. N Y. .tupartant to Biilien ! The undaraiamod If prepared to take order aj MM CONTRACTS FOR EXCAVATINb AflD WaAJaLINO cellars, ' UN ISII1NO Rf'RDI.K ANU CUT STOHl, KL.A.rcITVO, WmiHJW AND DOOR IIX, UAn.Ar rwsi. si..ai. . . . . i.. can i. .,ni.,.7, " ln-,r JAMXa H It 1.1 I M u.... CITY. OFFICIAL PAPER. The right thing in the right place is Durno's Snuff. Leave orders at Rook Island House of fice for livery carriages or hacks. 10-27d3m A. M. Pace. Dcvire will hereafter have clam chow der every Tuesday and Friday, both day and evening, and will have a supply to morrow. For Rknt. The City Hotel. Thirty rooms, with office, dining room and kitch en : with or without, the furniture. En quire at the hotel office. MM Removal. -Livingston has removed to j McDonald's old stand, opposite Kiesow's. All the latest styles of Hats and Caps, and lieut's furnishing goods. 8 25- 3m Noticti Avti-Monopolists and Re public n- Jonas Bear the Buford Block cloth ier, will sell you new and clean goods cheaper than the other homes who are sell ing qut their old stock. .'idtit The Weather To-Day The following shows the temperature at Thb Abols Office to-day, as in . dicatcd bv thermometer: Ta. a. above aero. 1 a 5ft- above zero SM.Mil V a us worth k Parsons.--.lust reeoiv el new Cloaks, uew Ties, Neck Ruffles, Hamburg Kdgings. Ac. We have marked our entire stock down to pauic prices and arc hound to sell the .poods. If prices are any object now is your time to secure bargains. In youth and during convalesceuee.when ! copious materials arc needed for nutrition and growth, the gastric secretion seems to be abundant. Hence a vigorous appetite and easy digestion. In middle life and old age. these secretions become enfeebled, ami hence the advantage of Plantation Bitters, which by supplying the power sMblM the stomach to digest, and main- asasas h.-ilthv m'fiim nf the sasswavaa tains a llialtn at lloll 01 tilt sjsltut Ouyer Behind his Ticket. The I'ni.ii, brairsthat liuyer runs ahead of his ticket We can't see it to-day -the official will tell to morrow. We make liuyer s majority in the county 3D3,CMk'l I'.oy. and Sturgeon's 021. These figures we think are not far out of the way, and they show that liuyer's majority is the smallest of auy man ou the Republican ticket The Farmers' Hotel lumen P Taylor. m of the old and well known and ereat fanner, of Kdgiugton, .lames Taylor. Kt(.. (sometimes called "Scotch" Taylor, hecatise he is one Scotia s wins.) lias taken possession of the Farmers Hotel. in this city, which he recently purchased. His wife is the daughter of W. IV Hattou,Ksi an extensive r.niflish tanner, ol Hie auie town, and is known as an excellent house- keeper. An advertisement of the hotel will he 1'iuiid in thi- ia.er.and welt-sneak fr ,lr .... tri.-tt.l :i share ol file imtron "t ih' jmltlii L'-'i.eral!v Thi Maions Insurance upon Ma, Mayo'i Life. IVist cveniun the Secretary of (he IUi 111 lis Masous Ilenev.ilciit Sia'iety.ot' MmXs Ion. Kureau county, paid Charles K lla cou, executor of the estate of Mai II II. Mayo, tho sum of M,MS.tt the amount due on a policy he had in that oompany. and mi which he had prnhahly paid, in preiniiini-. about (IS. The money was brought here by L. II. Jerome. Ksij., Sec retary, and paid through the hands of Mr. Alex. Steel. There arc two of these i a'ieties in this .-'tale - the other at Springfield N. me but tl.'i.nns , ii, In. iii.iin.i it, ll.nti. - " Shocking Death of a Young Kan on the Sock ford Bo ad. A,, , . youiu' man named U. l.r.iwii.aued -4 or years, whose home wa" in Hush- nell was insfantlv killed alsiut ha past In ii ,. i .. ,., -.1 . , ..1 I nar Hurt station. ,n llcrv county, on a side track ot the Rockford. Bm Island AM liuis Railroad leading to Perry a coal lianks. He was a brakesman, on a - -- - i , coal tram, ami hi" head came m contact with a coal ehule.whieh knocked himdown ni l In m between the cars which run over hiui. eonipletely severing his body . He wa-a sitifl. man. Ili remains were taken M llushnell. bv h.s brother. Narrow Eicape from Injury on the C, E I & F B K The exp.e.-s train which left here Mi. mla :1V BIS It tor I ill i ,, wa- ii cere i.nir , - one, having on three extra ieeper:. filled Willi excur-i .ni-t- to km 1 hn ago fcxrawi- -All the glass factories in the vicinity party has ke, t aU e the Republican, com tion. many of tin in fr. un this citv. Jaast "I 1'itt-il.iirir are in operation, exeept those peilinir those Ue man Republicans, who hefuri' tin- train n m ln il Mineral it over . A - . i . , 1 i, .1 irilLIll 111 11, 1 1, 1 1 I , ' I i 1, . lill. ..ft .... run nit on " -" -" u.i .. mi I.. . . i - i.....-.!-.! uiLH.ii.iiii'ii vp,iixn tin- new ....s-.-i' "I'tMiiK j.eiuiimcan DOUUClaDS .1 sitle trael. so as to allow the HIIIIBglT wale of wages offereil by the proprietors. I But with the failure of the last attcu.pt tram t-i pass. This the freight ditl. tat - Tuesday was a Waterl.si defeat for madealvy (irieley s nomination, for a re it hein? a very lon one. the three last t ars ' the Republican Uind-jrrtili, salary -jrrali ,c,'"'l "tall v oul 1 undo the rielitssei-ured Ad not tret entirely off the main trai-k.am! VT ""IT" mWmmmfmr and stru.-k them. J he. enmneer and fire man did not see the dancer until too late, and then put ou the air brakes anil iumtaal s, ' ... ..... .it,,. Ii, l.lll i.ll.T were smashed to pieces the engine of the nassentrcr triiin ,.i.,wi,l,..l,l. . I.. ..... . .1 T ? ss-ssissi. ainl a bacRaoe- ear smashed in The sev- ! eral hundred passeniters slumbered ou as peacefully as before, in blissful ignorance of what had happened ; not knowing that had it not been tor the air brakes an ac cident that would have resulted in many , pcrsous being killed might have fill Wilts' Abont Lulls Blonds, and Servant Girls Whenever our eotemporary. the Utile ; lllonde. of the I'twin, is deserted by his servant girl, he makes a furious onslaught upon -i rvant girls generally, and if lata Arim s reiels his abuse he says 'the ques tion comes .up irAosr, servant girl is the old chap so much interested in?" No- body , in nartienlar hot evervl.ul,.'. I. - I ai nerai. int. .vituis priues HMO some what upon being "interested' in, and in defending all people who are oppressed or abused or traduced. It is iiuite common with snobbish people to abm-c and ridicule servant itirls. and the neoiile who do it evi ' dently think it a mark of high breeding I They are misuken. It is a mark tf low ' , ,. , . . ' 11 ",w oreeumg. Itisthc snobsand theshoddyites win. are generally unkind and inconsider- ate towards that humble but exceedingly i useful claas. It is the high-bred, intelli- j irent am. rfinpfl nhn nr.. hm- .1-. ' considerate of their help. The Little' bit IJloude may think it commends him to gissi society to ridicule the servant girls, I an.l n(Tr hw .'i nicrtntrit i. m- tiru,n thn c.i I " .t . ... . .. ... . mat hani tiuie will tmt servant a r U down where they helon, and show the ference between mistress ,nd maid," while ; it only .how. the difference between a .nob .nd hone,,, well-meaning, useful and j aeiwrvinK people. W a fair lllustratl-m. iivuoj yj AWfuuiiuan pre- tenon.s in tavor t a wnideraW treatment ' of the right, of women made in their na- i .: , U1 "o""6"' B1ai. in itieir na ' r-'if,""uruJ' ,m,y 10 09 tainaea u , prnotico. NOTES HEKE AMD THEM. Haverstick's Hair Pulls. Portbr is a favorite drink at The Aruus office. --The Republican ticket is cleeted iu IV t.a county. - -The Farmers' ticket sweeps the board iu Bureau county . Chicago polled about 48,000 votes the largest vote ever cast there. Ask any Republican the news from Wisconsin, and his reply is "I'll see you again." About one-half of the operatives of the mills of Oerruantowts, Pa., are unem ployed. The Vincennes, Ind., road discharged its gravel force, in order to reduce ex penses. "I'll see you again,'' was Haverstick's reply, when asked who was elected county treasurer Sam Porter showed, that popularity and hard work can redeem Rook Islutid couuty. Prairie fires this fall cost Hardin. Wright and Franklin counties, Iowft, $25,000. The city of Davenport has already re ilin cii the pay o! her policemen from Still to $50 a mouth. - The button factory of Botswick Broth ers in New Miltord, N. H., has suspended wirk indefinitely. The Vtbm pities ('leland but the Little Blonde s feelings are in 1 it pocket, at tin loss of the patronage of the office. When an editor abuses servant girls, it is very likely some servant girl has oitub bed him and taught him his proper place. "I'll see you again," but it wont be for some time, as Haverstick said when he It-It his sanctum and"lit out 'for BillyStrong s. A Red Oak, Iowa,citi:ten tied a diseased horse to the railroad ; got the beast killed, and goes to the State Prison three years. "Hello, Haverstick,' said a man on on the street, "what s the news from New York.'' "Ill sec you again," was his re ply. A large number of manufacturing es tablishments in Detroit BUT reduced their wages to employes, the change taking ef fect Nov. 1. "How did Moline vote on the Treas TCI-? asked a Bowling Kepuoheau ot the WW" i"e ' """ see you again, ( Home, would the cuisine of the (irand Pa wns his answer. ; eific have been gn tempting that he would We invited ILtverstit:k to step over to ! IHE Ariius office and take some Polii er. "1 11 see you again, was his reply as be sKooteu arouuu tne corner. People with health in their veins and ; strong muscles in their bodies never take to poodles and hap-dogA That's I he rea-1 sou Little Blondes abuse servant girls. The Merrimack woolen mills at Dracut, Ma-s.. have issued orders to discharge all j their workmen and close up the mills as mm as their stock on hand has been work an up. -Frank Welton. enunty clerk of Henry county, wxs in town to day. He is re-elect ed by about ','iKi majority. The Repuhli- cans carry Henry, hut by greatly reduced majoriries. A workinirmati iu the Coralville paper mil! at Inn Ciiv hmi los risk! naran into the machinery and coaipletely crushed even 10 the shoulder joint at which it was i amputated j -(it any returns from Kansas?" said an honest country Republican t.i..ur skaigaV "I 'he li.,n. as he met him ou the street tn-dav. "I II see Still. was Haverstick .- reply. When the news came that there wa only It uiai rity.iti Mofin, atrainst lJorter the Farmers candidate tor treasurer llav er-tk-k cut a bee line tnr l.illv Mrotn; s. aying ' I'll see you again,' What is the greatest feat in the eat- hie way ever BMVar That recorded of a man who commenced by lathine a door. after whi.-h he threw up a window, and then sat down and swallowed a whole storv. Messrs Fuller Warren it Co .the Troy stove founders, have giver their men m- lice that on and after the Kith infant thev will reduc, their wag; 1". ier cent Trouble i anticipated among the mould CTs. mi . tSrSi. I . ..1 l.. i .u l- t I p.e,l delivery than the eyes ot the corpse ! 1 m" m ii ii ,u a ii .iki' no alien riiiiii' t 'i- nil irw;i.:i , . - - i k i . - n II, im. I i 1 :t; lax-mreu. in i tne tunerai wa neiu a flounced. T1 , .lo hti eaver wjs tjiti-n before .Tin- ! . ,T. ,. . .. j lice Maiiesnt .Muhneyesterday.on acharge asaiimiig iihidus t larKsmi with iron ... fsraa wm tcrnaiy nruiseu. .. i. . i .. i i i ne nearniL' wa not e uii.ieteU up to the wriioii. A f(al)y wx l(oril , car in St. Louis. Il it s a Is.yit ought to ! christened Ho scar iW ) rk WmUL lt!"' as it s a girl, the mother has deter tinned to name it Car line. .'oo i( ( c,,,iru ,. j..,,nii ,nrcniiK the uiaiiuf.ctuaiugcompa nies in Waterbury. Conn.. The Tmmran I "ay : "Nearly all of our idiops have re 1 duced their running time ; with only two or exPam . Tal tt'in in the toree ot the employed. "Now. Willie." says Fanny, "do have little cniirage. When I have a nowder in take I dou t like it may more than rod .... .. i ....... ... .r taae. repiieu line. 1 mace III mind that 1 won t take it and I dm, t my i.ir tne iiiaiiiuaeture 01 mmuam glaaa; these are still standing, liecause ol the continued 1 . ... 1 . muI ,. tl.,. ... .1... ''m' ''Verywliurc. After year,' ,wip of irrupt seen, tney nave rea pea tne whirl- wind, and the present administration trem- ' Lies to its haw under the blown ot'aii in-1 diirnant people. : Before election the raraanaition r,. th i lVinil,. s (VIL.r:. He-,or .,.,. I .' , .. J .1 mm "u.uv, uu.ii uii- ,11,1 , ty liavini; carried Chieajro by liMnsima . .. ". , , . r joriiy, ana Cook county by lo.lxio ui.nori- ty. the Chicaeo .hrurnul comes to the sajre ''"nclusioti that "it is very evident that many citizens who are not "bummers v. it. nl lor the licsing O'Haia ticket fester- dny." Jes'so. Yesterday morning. otLcer Kcssler. ol l avensirt. was called into service by a father who resides on Second street, near Iowa, whose daughter had been the victim ol a fiendish outrage pcrperrated by two boys, Herman Sweit.er. aged 17, and Hen ry (iazelle. aged 14 years. The child was eight years of age and was enticed into an outhouse, and there she wns very badly injured. ( iazelle was arrested. Swcitzer had not been found aUaat account:. The latter was the leader of the fcffair. A little over a year ago the wife of Tl I ,i ,. . . . tr?? il-' was living happily with .- M.WU.H11 1, 1111,1,1111. I lwa. A i-h!ii. namea 1 homas Uatker induced him Uirun away with him, creating a bit. of a sensation at the time, whii'h was duly chronicled in The Arim s Now the news comes from Miini'-sota. whither the guilty parties fled, that .Mrs. Halbig had deserted Barker fiir another scoundrel named Stia-kinir ami ?cd ,:',,he 'P inrry ref?'"n ll ought to "' C"ld VTu T "1 u & sions. Mrs. Halbig and Barker both have relatives living in this county. We believe her parents reside near Coal J ""ey who will lie overwhelmed withgrief y la8t neW8 from their AaaS '.,SWEI-1-s balsam of tar. The great t-nrul ... l T T L with that old familv TlH Xa" i harsU. u 1 are acknowledged by the medical faculty ! lit ue without an equal for diseases of the j ( irnAf mil iii.bm I ... I i i 'f rT" . " 'wu m. ih neai- uLll tk'ZjfP ry organs, probably the best aud most sci-1 goods antf ladies' furnisWn, A. 7 entific combination of those two great he.-1 opened in lmport vH do welf fmnrove frrLru 'r" ??,7 I -"dowellto.mpve It is nlpaennt sin1 Afli:.PA J ; M"V ftiiivaiuiK cuius ana COllns, as wc" 3 WL A8Cf,uia:, "roochitia, Influenza araietioni. ot the thnmt, which, if nie,... terminate in incinient im.iin. i anu aii amiefiiitm ot ti, ti.s..t ... i. ...i, tion. 8e the adrartiaement in tl,i i. of Tan A .nr. Conntv Treainrer. CUland't Pvrteri majaritie. muforitie Cordova 3 Cauoc Creek 35 Coe 36 Zuma !0 Port Byron 44 Hampton -8 Carbon Cliff W Moline Ifl Rock Island 130 Black Hawk 30 Coal Valley 13 Rural..... 21 Bowling il Andalusia Kdgington Buffalo Prairie. . 45 Drury II 8M 29S 28o Porter's majority in the county. . . 12 The poll books have all been returned and the elerk informs us that the official canvas will be made this evening. That Six Hundred Dollar Shawl. Our old friend and the school-mate of our boy -days in Mmitpelier, Vt., who now keens the celel rated I'lankinton House, in Milwaukee, wa at the I i rand Pacific in Chicago with Ins wife, recently, we judge, by the following which we clip from the Chicago fcr I'rean : "If Mrs. CottriU, of Milwaukee, was poe sessed of A $t'iCo shawl, then where is the $600 shawl of which Mrs. t'ottrill was pos sessed ? And il Mr. Cottrill, who keeps a big hotel in Milwaukee, has no more expe rience in hotel matters than to permit Mis. Cottrill of Milwaukee to allow a $6nn shatvi to lay around i"ose in a bigger hotel, why should the ptil lic at large squander sym pathy when the ?600 shawl is missing and can't be found ' And if "other Milwaukee -ans suffered at the same time," nobody else suffered- which speaks poorly for the ability of Milwaukee burghers to look after their personal property, does it not? And again, it the$n oo shawl is missing,as afore said, is Mr. C utrill sure a sneak thief stol it? And how much reward has he offered for its recovery? And attain, if "the worthv host nl our Ii:iiiL-inroii Hnn 'ir i. ju the habit d getting a square meal at have ceased t- keep his wife's six hundred dollar shawl v ritkia the rangeol'his b.ild eagle vision ? All ot which is rather into our friend "Bill Cott.. - More Suits Under The Liquor-Law. , l, t. -a. aires under llii iiiliaiaiiaia of rh.. li..or U wert. eutered in the Circuit Court for Scott CuMMtJ, Geo. K. Hubbell, Ksq . appearing far plaintiff in SAotl instance, The tirst sui: is against John Marti, of Bufialo. The plaintiff represents that for four years past she has been a true and lawful wife, ai d has lived for one year last , past in Bufl'al Scott county ; that she has ; two children. :iL'ed one and three years, re- , spectively ; that her husband is a" laboring man and coal miner, and that his dailv 1 waPl;s are. thl' support of plaintiff aud her family. Den lodtuM keeps a saUm in Buf- talo. and "unl iwftilly. knnwingly. and de signedly during the past vear. trom time to lime, has s 1.1 intoxicating liquors, wine i means of said liouors, said husband h BtamM ati hsbitaal drunkard, snendint' hit t-iirniiigs fur h junr. which uokes hiiu ill. ipiarrflsume and sick, and that while in t'lxicuted hf I cats nud injure:- pluiutiff.und neglects to lurnisn Ins tatnily with pr.itier means of sunt rt heretiire plaintiff aa B sum fkf st60QL judgment in t IM nther c:ise cmnes from Le Claire. laintiff has beta a lawful wife since June, I was a w low with several children. the eldest 18, tlie youngest '1 years of age, ' when she uiurned her present husband i allJ "ml whri l,vmlt happily with him. de- j ewlant, J C. Mnssmon. "well knowing the '"PI'V condltmn of plaintiff and family, did ! knowingly aud unlawfully, give her hus ' 7? ititosieaiiiig lnpior.by means of which I he became a drunkard, and has cruelly j f beaten plaiutifl'. and burned uii and de- rFS 'Heothing, ?r; ' 1,11 ' umrcii, uiui uncc mrncu ine w note tamlv ut , ,e hotlfsQ and coumelleil .. . . . t ..T tnetn v .i . u - . . . . .. . ineui en aasaj a. i no. , 111 a uarn. anu un: inflict other hard usuages mentioned in , tne petition, l or all these woes ami mis weiu nl.miriT.dk. UJ . .1 e: wa.vo. (.iHiii.iii Mka luuumcill in me- sum in .-,,imhi. This makes the fourth case of the Wind that has been entered for the coining ... ... . term ol the l ircuitl ourt. -Dannpon 9m- z.tt, . Dmolvei the Fartnerihip. The great lierman paper of the West. 7'Ae Iffciaaa ffaaaaa Zrituny, on the morn , ing of the election, contained an editorial headed " 1 -1 un rt ''tin Hepfiblti'iiitM nud The tliuU BtmmU Zeiting," in which that paper formally severs its connection with the Republiiai. party. It says: Herewith tin- account is olraassl Bsai there still reinai ieil a tie between ourselves If ail'! the Knulsh speaking Republicans Chicago, this day would have severed 1 he causes frnnj which the Republican party rose have long ceased to exist. Of ' its Stupidity u d short-sightednesg in stirr- ing up dead l- ue anew and imiliaia , tion finally di-. ed of. the Itliaiialiii were ' troth -Ihi.-eri livl.tton.ti,.iiiliiiiii. a repulsive aliani.e with the prnt'essinnal : . . . I ii , jo.. - .... TJ l.l: . I-.- - " lu .r 1!,all,ear ever-v ,'eu : . ram nave no otneron- lVct ."" u as",t un(trateful, double faced 1-5r,,!11 8la'"T i"imdrelii to profitable: f! . Utimmit BtmmU Zeitiing at ' 'e?1'- .w.'" h,'J'''rth have nothinjt to do Wlt." tnls s"rf. Auteriean Kcpublican ans. in I , I , f , ' D I,.,..,,,.,,. whatever tin. re sult ot to-aay election may be against ! the designation of "a Republican paper." The Central Railway. aic-annual meeting Ol tne Mock holders 1)1 I'avenp.irt Central Street Car Line wu held at the t'oinpany s office Tuesdav lorenoon. if. liicliarason in the chair, and () 8. McNeil .Secretary. The annuai report ut the officers were received and Had, Directors for the eusuing year.were eiecieu, as i.iiiows: .lames I rant, W C Hrewstcr, Wm. Kcnwick. Gaormfi IV kcr, S. F. Smith. P. ft Worley. J M Kldridge. John S.TDavia, O. S. McNeil. At a subseipicnt meeting of the Hoard, the following officers were chosen. J'rttident James (irant. SerrtiaryH. Y. Smith. Trtmturmr ff, C. Brewster. Elerilt.e, f.'omiuittee. W. (,'. Brewster Oeorge H. Parker, Wm. Renwick Business on the C. R. I ft p K. R. During the month of October two thou sand two huudred and twenty-four loaded cars passed through this city on the C. K I. & K going west ; and one thousand . me hundred and fifty seven wen! east. The empty cars passing through arc not kept acount of, but the number was a large one Duriug October ol last year 4.174 passed east, and 3,418 west. Between the hours of tl ree o'clock Tues day afternoon and nine o'clock Wcdnesday niornmg Is:; loaded cars passed through this city going east, and 165 going west At fViMT Ti, x n ww-' ' J I (J I 'ric lllr Ol Amil I M ' , "' "avenptirt, says lie "J"? 8tr- -venport foTthc DttroW p.S '"?ew m"r.k great reduction is on 72'T: c.ln'8 i w u i aooi ciai pamc ami un v ort npvr iKi4., j.. oneDed a flimr n A r A s;ree. in th''vMJ OD where he will kn f I ?i e7 8Jore' 77 L V. keRp.a ,ul.' suI'P'y of flour, . ' . .r aachv a arucerv stopp aim sueti articlen a are Keneraiiy found in an e.tabiishmnt f .ki. i LOCAL COLTJUN. ROSADAUS is used In the practice of. nd e.. dorsedhysomeoftheleadlntr Phv.lci.nsth,,.; k outtheiaud. They are Induced to do this from the act mat us toman la to hi lasted amuud .-ch km. tie. so that the physician knowing it component parts, and being already acquainted with their properties, prescribe it with all confidence XlCHOLARVICia K '. I.1.. 1? IdAA Ocntlemen:l have seen th.. ,.ti. . " . . Is on patiente in my own practice, and take pica sure In attesting to Its mcrite as a very powerful al terative. In cases of Scrofcla, HheumatUim, Sec ondary Syphilis, Ac, I always, recommend It. Very truly, yonra, J s. SPARKS, M. D. Estra Special Notice. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS. 8mith'i Tonic Syrup ha been coQoterreited.ai.il the couDterfuiter brought to giref. Smith's Tonic Syrup. The Ktim.mt iirttcle n.u. hue lr 4oUu BmBC Ertviatf r-iaiup on ea.-h huitlc It. John Buliou!) it MM riht to manufacture ami the orfgia-tl Jo'in J. mitir I'umc Svrup, ol Loir-viUe, Ky JCxamiDt- well ihe label' u each hotile. If my priva.e fftamp U not n each oirttle, do not pur cham. r vou will he deCL'ivert. See u,y column advertitK-mt'iU. and mv im card. 1 will proac cat' any on- MHogfeMJ on my riL'ht The um SmiihV Toinu yrup cn oat ht- prepared by my self. The putilic'h Bervaut, Ur. JOHN" BULL. LouUvilte, Nov. 5, junJl-d&wly. Mothers, Mothers. Mothers. Don't fail to procure MRS. WINSLOW'tS SOOTH -ING 8TBUP for all dlMMW iucident to the period of teething in children- It n ticvec the child from pain, enrea wind eolit , retruiau-t? the howels. and by ftTlag relief aud health' to the child, gtVaVt rest to the nioth- r. Be tur- and call for "MKS. W'INSLOW'SSOOTUIN'O SVRL'P." For sale by all drutffe'i'a- i-U"diuwfiiiu Manhood ! Womanhood ! Marriage I afto P:pes. iilustnitcd. fine pl:ites. sent pft-pakl foi 50 cents, bv Ir. Viiittier, 617 M. Charle Strict, St Jxni.s, Mom the great SpactaWt. Read his card. DR OOKr WILL GIVE HO REWARD for any case of Seininai Wcaktiesn, Pri vate or Female DaMMe thai l- r'Hiediei cannot cure. He t a fr-aiiuati- of a flrxt :iMa Medical 1 oli ire. fir'-ulars 11 111 ffull information free. Low price' Ouick fcurv: No mluersi poi-'onr ued Write at once aud save your health and money. DR. A. C. Li F' It) lM3mwly BytMCatae, H. T. Use Renne's Pain Killing Maglo Oil. ''it Work tikt a CAurm." Thi in au hontMt, ifood uifiliciue, and haa been tested for a uumoer of yearn, a- luted by famil a aud Individual, ami U well Hked. and f :urn: to bt Mife to ueu- aud r-ure to cure pain. Trtk, It rot-M more to make It than il doe eommun ttnlmetit, but it doe, more .rood, aud is cleaner and naier to uae. Try RenneV Paiu-KHMn Macc Oil for Headache. Try HeuneV Paiu-Klliinir Malc Oil for Catarrh. Try BenneV Palu-Klllin Mak- oil for NeoralL't. Trv Reune's Tain-KlllinV Majric Oil for 8cUu Trv Renne'e, Paiu-Kiillng Mairie oil for Hpralni. Try Reim' - atn-KUHn' Majic Oil for Sore Throat Try Ueunt V pain Killing Sta;:ic Oil for Cramps. Sopt'O-k- vou try ii for Doe or 'at bite. Happoe you try It for Frozen Fe,t or Earn. "UppotH.- yuu try If for Rusty Nail Wouud. Supple you try It fur Bniliv- or Strain. Suppoe you try It for I olnou with Ivy, Snppo-ie you try It for Vr- and Spaaing. Suppose you try it for Crick in the BM-k. It wout hurt you. RenneV Mlmc Oil never hurt any t km! y. Mix it with Molann-f- lor a cold : m x it with wa er fort-ore hm. If you use it for earache, doni p it anv cotum Iu Iht -ar. Gel the genuine WM RbSNE A SONs. man uf ai t urei, Piitsrk Id, Km Ke-tder, call for it where you trade Sold In Rock lslami by John Benson and E. Bruenan. NIXON, DRAKE & CO., Successors tu I1ABVKY, DRAKE CO Grain, Flour and Commission MKRCHANTTS. m water t cnooriaxi, o. i Fimnblng. THOMAS YATES. IS PREPARED TO DO PLTjMBINU IN ALL ITS I branches al-n Osj. and Sieam riitliK'. Call and have .'sfliua es nia.l-.- hcfori ..rderim: v.iur work d h.-r i .. i r' ' - I'HOMAs I ATKS Li'tei . iR.ics Island a-tMtt The Man that did not look around when he wanted a Stove. is siourni voa vva 18 P8TTB0 ptTB 'pip 1T4 UVffl 9UJ, llllj VrrMjVjlrj Varnish Manufg Co. Mar.ufaciurtTn of EXTRA DURABLE Furniture, Coach - AND EAILWAY CAE V-lnivka- I .nn nt El. ata.aat o, naval, WjK, NEH'ARK. MM-anjr . .N. J. Pati nn rt Feb 7th. May 3d. 1S71 Dec. Bth. 1871. A. G COE-i' PxlTENT SCREW Wrenches, Manufactured hy A. G. COES & CO., WHIP -ESTER, MASS. iu-litly Magnolia Balm. HAGAN'S Magnolia Balm A PEW ATPLICATIOjrS MAKE A ure Blooming Complexion It la Pnrely Vegetable, and lu operation I elt at once. It dog away a-.th toe Kloalis s seen ani b"d Aiipcai TTZZ y "''Bl wnwand Ext-it-m. nt. Html uht,v Ur SftSJ ltt4 B aanUaa 0 faded cnk w, 1 a " 1 ".ss. a but tK,wcrlul ltiUuenir th VOITTsTIrTrT. nTnmr a am wmi. " i "ilk l aaaai BUSINESS CARDS. . saas . SiSJvWOiiTaX JSiiiCSLjEY. i LNw AND ABSTRACT OFPI E RtKIMS IN ley Ino. T. Ken woi thy, Ja, M. Bcarda- M. M. STURGEON, ' a K t.TV AND t'OL'NSKLOK AT LAW, Block ad,IU. Office in Jlitchel! 4 Lynde'e . dwff A P- 5 aTTOHNKV McELHERNE, anu Solicit,,;'' t'OL'NSKLOK AT LAW, Rock Islantl HoiO Chancery. Office opposite llock Island, 111. -30dwly a sWiia,80N SON, AT LAW. Block, Kock'lslatid. Ulbaots. Mitchell 4 Lvnde's KI-lTillim BOUND 0 f Tt SniVL'E'D . . SPn sl ' ain r and Reoairt-r. ,,T",,s- Tailtr, trum eo bub wi n can- and i.r,..,. low rau-. Shop, Weal Bugle Mk Tin:. Hliii at nouoe ouiCK 'Kit Inland ALLEN, STEPHENS Aim" BANKERS, " No. 24 Pine St, NEW YOEE. Direct all letters to P. O. Boi 3UH7 HAVE busl t lit . ANIZEll littVKTIt- BlVflYC iness in New York I'itv u-lth aw. ss Porta II J devoted to the care" of OCT or town ac Coawts. and can attend to them beater than any iu coriorated banns in the ci.y, which are onrauietl nmre for city business. Kour per cent allowed on daily balances Accounts rendered and tnurest credited monthly All orders to buv or ..11 Kr,.,.L- - - poeiiively de. llned. Can sell good bonds of cities, counties. States etc but tht-y must be first class. Bverv kind of legitimate banking business done. p ROC i OR & GAMBLE'S Mottled German Soap, Is made from the best materials and will not waste. Sold at nricc of ordinary Soao. Oro- I cershaYcit. Chicago Jobbers wholesale Aut's. tr. G0TTLIS3 FISCH'S E-TTSSS. I"hla preparation of th proat 8cteiitiiit, Dr. Gott lieb Filch flif Geniian, Is l.i.-.. .j on the laot that, as eil iijaterluls of tho body areflerivei from food, so ail Vital Force, or HeatUH, Is dtfrivoti lroui the Furoe stored up In Food. It. fi.i '.'j Hitters en&tai the JSystem to liberate and appropriate tiiese furc'-s, oruatea Appetite, cures DytP' Psl:-t with ilh result ing TeUi!;!y a!id lack of Nervous knerj-y ; s tonea thebEomach and I.iver as tomaket'oiiBtli ailon and ) litounessiinrossible: re Inforrca the feystst-ra ao it can tide over bad resu ' t - uf ciianpiTiK climate, water, Ac, and D?ltreudare the demanils often onexpec tswliy made on lta Force and Rnprcy. l.adefi In de licate iiealt h. aged persons, and all emaciated ana wab: aflf-r alr-knea. will fsa-p.-aMttk rapidly atrengtbea by !. this great prep&ratloil. WARE A SOHMITZ, Proprietor!,, $ and 5 Granite Si.. Pbiladtdihia, Pa Fur aale lu itwk Island by Smitl. .v B4nuey. Groceries. JAMEs KELLY, wan-. flsaBWsti . tVciodi-n and Willow Ware &c Tor Ovsaaaa nntl Onin -ireets, HOCK IS AND ili ri.r ljuaiiivtii iriwnis ana (jcr c,,nirs-li- ti.in ssatv t til.ur.lwl,. l. LOEB, THE FIRST-CLASS Merchant Tailor , U.s NOW OPEN FOR INSPKITIOS AN E1.E i n ctnt aseurtment of French, Enylih mnl Germin wm & mmm TN SPRING STYLES. 4 ' " ,n ,rch" Custom Department ! j T1 public art- rordiallv inviU'd tOLxamine tht-w-I poodf. and noli, ited to loav. th. ir ordvn for a J raw FASHIONABLE Sf'IT. wh.rt jcrf-ci fiuinr jrarmetit-- ar- narantct'd at all titniw. Tin pnlilic are ci.rdinllr Invited ti.Liamlne these A. LOEB, MERCI1AXT TAILOR d CLOTHIER 4-!litX THE PI0NEEK CLOTHING HOUSE .WALKER & BODGE, .Saccoiwort' to E. HL SMYTH. MERCHANT TAIL0P.S ! WMaaUe und BaM Dealers in BENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, MEN'S AND BOVS- READY-MADE CLOTHING or tin- Latest Styl.-! AllHi I anil most FashionaM, cotniil te stock ol atterae. I Hats and Gaps, ISAVZLINS EA33, TJMESSLLAS, C. PATENT OVSK ALLS Without Backlaa, But tons or lintton-liiilrs. ' a?j.l'ry. C?9- and ..f the Uteat Mini .ii" ,: ytunw & iMjnuE. -,,nier Illinois anil Ea.-I.- stn-.-is -fm B..vMland. E abli.-hetj HM ARTISTIC TAILDK UE BTC TO INFOItM OBB F Ifl ENDS AND "rV';:;;';';;,,",';' h"tur vf CHOICEST STOCK nnd'&L'tor''" SPRING- & STTMMJER Wear for fientiemen. r exchiPively iu mi imported mm snahlds ns to show SSW te '"d 2Z ! nrst-cl Tallori.,,: s J! . .?!. Sglfti ,h handiKimeststorV ln IB . .ty, and navln,; the means and talent necessary tor the Production of everything for Gentlemen's Dress Wear. We invito old cantomeraend new one to favor as witli tketr orderi". which we nledie oor bet! efforta it sfin t -..i,;... , to fill Mtiafactorily. elegantly and artiatically. E. J. WAL8HE. Draper & Tailor, McTtckcr'a Theatre Bu dine. j CBICAtiO in. i-isuiv staple nun Kauri aaaaca P-uv sat COCOA KHEM0LLA. Is i.hoQ. tiuabt the most elegant H4IR DUKSM R in the world V lady's Toilr! h lot i (iioplete witk oQtit. We are an atre this may sc( in arrnint.bct the niaotestioioDia!s we have had in its favor warrant is in making the assert.01?. tt I events the hair from f allinp off. and pves it a softness and beauty that noothir preparati .,, C1U1 i Win lly free from imuting and hurtful properties, it i8se8 the eculiarly ' bland and delicate j.ro.ierties of CK-oanut !Uii in the holiest p-.-U,!o state of purity ! aud frujkTance. It is e Kjling in its ' skin. tifl;ie(.e uMn the Cures all eutaDeous eruptions, and ren ders the scalp white, soft and healthy. effects It i the cheapest liecause it are the best and most lasting. It is pre pared with the greatest care, and perfum ed with the in itf delicate perfumeries the market affords. Sold at a price that i at the command of ererv one. j i Trice SO cents per bottle. MAM FACTlRKD AT THK LABOR I ATORY OF W Y UMfS & (0., S. F. cnr. of Main nnd Center Sts. p -.fi si (i. 2 kg Bi. liBciiiati, 0 All dragpsta and merchams are hand ing it. For sale iu R.ick Island Bonnev. inith k Thur IF Y ol WANT THE Clioioest, mast Fragrant and Selicate PERFi:MES Kv.-r impnrtffl. nil ifVartllraj fruK NATLRAL KUjWKHS, Ak tot thi New Extracts OF THK Crown Perfcncrv Co.. OF LONLKlN. The Wild Fiuwon-ol India, liuft. rfly Urchri.Mt'adoHiiffii Uavt thorn Bl.ittm. Jin: :. lu f'.-i' . Ii :, And SA other - Snid bv all firriiH-lat drr.'-jift. Xami ntnv. riphtrd. Trmdi- niark reistared. THoMsun LANUDON A CO.. SoU- Airt in,, of tht United SttUea and Canada ! GO TO THE BEST ! dveotom BEYAHT & STRATTOlf AND Telegraph Institute! Hie Largest in the West ! hB s Tiiuiitiriin i'itEi'Ai:ATioNFtii: bub. ess puBstrrre, fi-rmsiies rxMnxn ACll.ITIES FOK A( vl llilNS KAl'lD AND ELEi.ANT PENMAN SHIP THE SYSTEM : lr taagbt, svnd atm fai.n to n.ak Guod Writfri. A thor.iu-li know it'dgf of Boukkt-cpiUa: and Buc Invr Arillimctli.-. (a-eful trainiii in tiie Iwe of TIiisiim-k Tejegwptoag and Ilai!roari station Bookkc pinir. Privaif ami iuilividuUutriM;tioiii:ivt!i.. btutit'nii bi'pin at anv time. Arrant-nn nn for hoarrtinjr. i.o thai atnoVm pet -32 iur jys.mr rr WtTK. WHICH It WLi actual !4 W pet month. iot rirtiwr, MONTAtifE A UT.l.lRIMT,aiC 0-7iittwtf DAVEMtmr. Iowa. 35,000 OF THE CELEBRATED IN DAILY USE. 0 And a! stMfte in Mying thai ihejr are the nir and beet iiietruiueut.-. Made lor the Money i And rWe better 8ntiriactitn than anv otinr now made. Ttu y Lnmp.nt he EUREKA, EUREKA-CONCERTO And Qrands. Illnatrated Caulognet-aent to any addreM poet paid, upon application to ' b. sHoisrmGrER & co., "ELp ALVIlETISEliENTs Agents Wanted. UNI) FOB CATALOGFI. DWESMWiu mmi mm, m m FiREsiTYF xwiti?, made by l'U MK ATWOOl), produces thi ,.' est li'Ht. I an be used 011 any coal oil rami, i , sale 5y all lamp de alers. 1 r " 100 Student wanted ta learn T.-legrapliiu u take ciiuatioDf on new Hue. i-,", V' malted tree. N. W. Teleirraph tuaiitnte. Jan - If. iWOMENlSK Fn-uch and Auter can Jewelry. Books, ten : - v in their own localities. No (:apUal nci-d-il iv Mnw Te ms. Ac.aent Fast. I', o. VKKERT I O., AuKnPt,, Maine. MflUCV M.ri. Rapldlv art h Stencil ud mwni.1 Caeek On tats. OaealaK ner aud Efte VH-K 8. M. SfAN.tH, 117 Hit, street, Bcistun. trt t9fl p'-'r "a: Alteilta wanted P J IU J1U class. , ut working people ol tiler ih-s, y.iniit: or ol.l. make more money si for us in lln ir spare mumi'ms. or all the tin., at Ayth.ra eate. Particulars free. Atlun ST1NMIS t o . Portland. Main. We wilt ina n an adv. rtisemcnt of on. lad r one uiiiath in t first-class I Haass Papen (. 855.00. F-r KM id pap-re in ntlicr State-t. adiirct.B t-. BOW ELL A: CO. , 41 Park Kow, N V. GEO. P. ROWKLL CO S AMKltli AN NEWSPAPER BIRECTOBY A hook f OOi) pare. w th editor" aiM Mia a. I a. hi 1 ft aim n. dait of etr.li-bmt'M, ! j J acription price and circulation ot all NwparM r i in tfo-t'nlti-d Sttttcm and Domin'n.ii 1 . l': PRICE, FIVE DOLLARS, by ma:I. Address Publishers. 41 pnrL 1;, vl , ,. SKNI) SS CKTTS FOH Till ADMTISBR'S GAZETTE A hooii ol iso im.'ei. showing, hw, wi T , , to advcriim . and contaitiirm a ,.f n. jir', t. nrwapaprc. with much otht-r ir.I-.rmai i.- ..' Uit to art vert luf-ns. Addn-n iKo P ROWn Puhlielit n-. 41 Park R.,w. New uT BntrL Uaadtnc Shot tUD. $-i- tr ftrnnj p Wnit .inn-, twin fi.vi, s TiEi.- tiarn fcL.tii i Jo, to fTr. terplvets; to 125 PiMi- v HI Matt r.Hl. rUrtilin, Ta u. . Ac. Lar coUDLi Ui dealers r clu.. Armv Gunk It. " m vV., houjrht or tradt-d for t.oiit M:ut l.v . C- O. D. lo he critminod ht-fi,-, paid for CRUMB'S tbc iinJiuutii, thr i.r. ut f,,,, . l.'-Sdwtwly MTJRPHY'S BOOK STORE! llarliig inr.-kase'i th- atari: it: trad- o Wuaiaaid, if .rnn n, Qaaes' ..id ia all it sl-ned r -jwuTi.lly 1 ;h. patri.nain . ; desln- any article asoall, k.;.t at a Book l tuincrj stupe. A FI L!. SUPPLY OF SCHOOL A1TS MISCSLLANSOUS BOOK S Letter and Note Papers, Snvleopes, Pens, Pencils, AND ALL KLNHS OF FANCY STATIDMY. Wall Paper, Children's Carriages, Toys and Fancy Articles CHEAP PUBLICATIONS, MAGAZINES AND NEWSPAPERS. 5.Anv artirl it Mat BaaBai by ciistomt-r.. ar A shar af tae aaBaana uliv sotieiasd tlit- pnblir lei Prims reasouabli. anil satisfaction cuaranli'i-il io-!7,urr m J. MUSPHl Toioacco. CINCINNATI CIGAR COT. J. C. FIEDELDEY, Propr. aSoc. 5l' and 52 Sycamor. Street, KKCKKATI, .... OHIO. Manufacturer of Ctears. W8ol OiTDei of UH Ki .niiii.-cr '. r,; '"irar Haehineaaud Patent i'i -ar MnuTdc for Ohio and EentnckT. l-IHd.rtat. v Absolutely the bea: protection a&ainet Fire. The Hancock ' Fire Extinguisher, Self Acting Fire Engine AMD HOOK AND LADDER TRUCKS. In daily use by the Fire Departments of the princips! cities of the Union. The Government has adoptcii them. The leading railways use them. SE.VD FOK "THEIR RECORD." BRADLBT, BATES A OO.. Oeneral Aeeutt for Northeru Illinois. S-lTdAwStn 78 Market Stxett, CHICAGO, Hi mii w d-'l Vi 'V LI. n c