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Potto my Twenty-Second Year. Gift Enterprise. GKRISTD GIFT CONCERT JOHN ELKINS & CO., PROPRIETORS. AT BELLE CITY HALL, RACINE, - - WIS, 1,000 Gifts 5,000 Tickets, $2.00 Each. Tuesday, December 30, 1873, At which the following will be presented to TtekethoMaxa: LIST OF GIFTS. 1 Guam. Girr. Greenback!., 1 7-0. tavc Piano. Kwew.HMi Oaae. 1 Nickel Mirer Tea Set 1 Gents' Gold Watch. Klein. IS karcr .$1,000 110 . . 600 00 ISO M 150 OH iss no Mid Wheeler Jt Wilson Sewing Machine Diamond Pin Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machint Lady's Gold Watch. Elgin Coin Silver Elirin Watchm Watrhea 1 1 J 4 11 11) 13 W . ... 100 00 85 00 85 00 .... 85 00 $50 son oo si mi SOU 00 sou oo 1IX! HI 100 (10 100 00 BO 00 .VI 00 . so so f'astors 10 . 10 . 10 10 . 10 . 10 15 L- .1, we lev 10 3 S Seal Kings Cake ..,.-,- H Solid Silver Tea Spot 50 00 5 HI :-air 3ieevc Buttons Solid Silver Napkin Sinn t. Plated Table Spoons 10 .Ml UO Mo 01) I 5 00 1S5 00 5 fonts " Jewelry Gold Stnri. 25 25 as 145 no 5 155 IK Gold Kings "a SI. - vi. Kntin.. r, its Oo m oo 3 IS! On a 130 co S 150 00 8 75 on S 75 00 4 11100 00 50 511 50 15 Solid Silver Napkin lie Sets Plated Tea Spoons Gold Kings Silver Cops Gold PI s Gilts, ti Greenbacks i' as These goods are atl put in at lowest cash prices, art! p rsons entitled to sny of the above gifts nr. der rs. atko do not wish to retain ttiem. -in ex cssuge them, for other goods ofsinrlar Talue. Onr stock cousi ts of a complete line of Watches.Chain, Clocks. Jewelry. Solll Silver snd Sheer Plated Ware and Musical Instrument!). 7V Grand first Gift of $l.O0u Speak for Itself The S-cond Olft Is a Seven Octave Piano, rose wood case, csrved tegs, manufactured at Albany, N. V , by James A. Gray A Co.. t.'ormerly Board msn .c G svt. is nv-tv snd wsrranted in every par tlcutar. ano can he seen at our store. The Nickel silver Tea Set ia handsome and nse fttl gift and Weil worth the money. The Gents' Goid Wstch Is aa 18 karet MM case sat Ktglu movement. The Jaaliu Machines . Wheeler Wilson. The Diamond Pin can be any in the marfcet- Tbe balance of the goods seen at our store. v all the newest stvles Sea ami compared with are ail new and can be At Racino, Wis., December 30, 1873; thi- abovr award ot Motley and Pertnal Property will he made by a f ommlriev uppuiD'eii by fJoTders I Ticki-u in ttu'li a manner a thev shail deter mine, ForfiiHtv-r inlnrnia' ion addre-n .JOHN ELKIN CO.. Kaciue. Wita. h B-t tterr flarp- r House Driii; S ore. Sole Apen' for ilie -ile of T.t Kets i H.-fk Inland l-ldi( GlFfEruWmSE Th9 o-Cj Bsllable 8ift Distribution in tie Country. .. I SIXES TWENTIETH Grand annual Distribution, To be drawn Thursday, Jan. 1st, 74. $200,000 00 IN VALUABLE GIFTS ! ! GRAND CAPITAL PRIZE, $20,000 IN GREENBACKS! ONE GRAND CASH PRIZE OF $10,000 IN" GREENBACKS! Olt CASH PBilE OF 5,3111 DOLURS 111 mWZ ONE PRIZE SIX PRIZKS TEN PRT'KS ) Greenbacks WWOold and SilverLevf r Ilontinir Watr-hesi in all) w (.rth fnni 'J to $300 each. Coin SilTer Vest Chains. Solid and Double-plated Ptlvpr-wsre, .Jewelry, fee , Art. Whole ITamoK aifu. 25,000 Tlckrts Limitd tc 100 0C0 AUENTS WANTED TO SELL TICKETS, to wbom Liberal Premium- will be paid, single Tickets $i; Sis Ticket fH; Twelve Tickets -Hi; Twenty five Tickets $W. rircularscontaininafuil lint of prizes, a df-crlp-tion of the manner of drawing and other informa tion in referenc- to th- Di-triimtion. will h- oent to any one ordtrlng them. All lettcre mnt m ad drewd to wain opi-icb, L. D, SINE. Box Sti, 10i W. Fifth St. Cincinnati. O. 10-SdAwly BI7TXKS. THE MEDH4L W0DCK AN INFALLIBLE SPECIFIC FOIt DISEASES OF the L1VEU. BLOOD, KIDNEYS and rWEt,S and irrat eorrectlveof wU female derangement!. It comlns ao alcoholic spirits, and the rtgtffkU tuUtiluU fur aitonut. Read This: A COMPLTMENTAIfV TESTIMONIAL TO MESSRS. J. & C MAorifCE. Si Loui,,. M Uen tS men:--The nnder.iL'nrl. h ivin? known you for many years as relmhle diemim nd rhrmacimtist six! obcrvlD; the eltvctive aciionof vour n-mediev r-i wutver ntcommended. wih to hoar voluntary fvni-nre tothe efficacy or you irst. and. in ouropiii loTi. nest preparation. "M Mil ' ' 1( E"s 1 SJU ttAN- ni l" Kits, n i an thai jroneteta I... itatan lit'-ranvf, purgative, depunitor and ditireiic. nctini: I"" a l 'ipoo tht liver. bl.MMi, kidne anri ttowel;- "WKra BKOWN. Mayor, who add found .hie the moat piM- m atirj tfbetlTl V. "I have I niedicine 1 Mil.KS SBLL8. State In-urance Commissioner, wii" twids:"l endorse the Major' op nion." TlHiS. KICHESON. S. H.LEFLINN " :..' ..-JK .Oil Of'IjKloi A- tte.,,,1 Co I) M HOI SB' t:o. C.;AK. D. OONTEH. frop N LoU. (JlofM. B, WAGNER. BuirrAiN A inu.. v o. ,A"orneyt Law. tin inn item Cun t'om. I'. G niKGRHON "Jeuks. ol Mo. Den). HENiiY r. HX DIJ, Late City & ijounty Ass's. i.ate rrsst. B tm'ns taring! Clk.Conrt Criminal rim.in . .o .,.. it. . Correcl 0O1IMAN .1. COLMAN, V. M. CHAMBERS, il I BaSxta1?' aamm '' But.iitrov Bank. ruos waLsh, V, .",) Vo"euir. Irw V M C A Architect. E. A. SilttYoi h. M.T. ANHIIKWS of Hhryock & Co. ot vosety Mtcnael&Oo II It'Di 1 f j ..... r . W. T UA 1 , ..(tei.mVliM JAMIit,A't,-;"n'voV Col And many others too num,r, to mentis - J- & C. MAGlTlilK, ?ric7Sop.rho,u 'STm'J.lL, LOCAL NOTICES. Dr. Stone, 112 West Madison street, has proven his reliability as a thorough practi tioner. See his card in another column. I'oNTi'a ExntAOT: lTsed alike by the medical profession and the people, it holds a position held by no other medicine in this country, or, perhaps, the world. The American boneless sardines received the grand diploma of merit over all com petitors at the World Exposition, Vienna, 1873. Better and less than half the priee of imported sardines. Snld by all first : class grocers. Packed only by the Auieri- ! can Sardine Co.. New York. 1 IO-30fl&wly j "Tried andTri-e What words of con fidence and trust are those ! It is what many a poor sufferer can say of Helm bold's BuchiL It is the only reliable medicine of those terrible diseases of the Kidneys and Urinary Organs. Beware of counterfeits. The genuine has the private proprietary stamp of H. T, Helmbold. Full directions with each bottle. For sale by all druggists. Ci ti.er's Pocket Inhaler and Car bolate of loMNE Inhalent. In anoth er column will lie found an advertisement e i t . . J . vu mi novel iiiMruuitMii aim ouino mi , , e ,.,,,,.,,, the treatment of ( atarrh and throat and lung diseases. It seems to be in great fa vor with medical men. (Joughs,colds, sore throats, asthma, are freouenflv relieved in , . ' . . ., ,. . , , a tew minutes by it- use .while tor ( atarrh ii is claimed as me outy spcuiuc. i ue eir-; cular and testimonials are very- interesting. 10-2Kdeodtim. 362 WABASH ATE., Oppetite the IM Offles, CHICAGO. The most Renowned Specialist of the. Age, in the treatment of PRIVATE, CHEOXIC and VBl--V.t.T DISEASES, SE3TI.VAL WEAKS'ESS. The mutt ot early todiacretlcati or other csoms, producing NERVOUSNESS, PIUPLES OS THE FACE, AVERSION TO SOCI1TT, FM 1'AIRED SIGHT, 1.0SS OT MEMORY At MANHOOD PERMAJiKXTLY 009. THE CREAM OF MEDICAL LITERATURE. IIlusirEi-d with chaaW encravlnpi expU-ining wb-mai tmrrv.whT tin!, why. The imped trot5 in; to marrtsgtt. Tbrir nature, cauv? and cure. Price U cenu nit 1 n a plain soal-i envelope. Ladle requiring aura'tenl a : 1 medical aicendsnoe or advloe but eallor addreaa the doctor Iuvallda pnarMM with rnrate Mi'. " board, aiwna Knee. Ac CSlMl buaranwed- Ruhtier aoodn oo tuuwl. 1115datwly Old Hukbuos Discarded. Thank heaven, the old-school practice is passing away. Ipecac, aloes, calomel, blistering, the lancet, and worse than all.) medicated mm, have given place to a new remedy, which bids fair to become the mssTkiail mediriiH of mankind. Vixeoar Bitters . is that remedy. It is destined to take preeedraec of all other curatives now be- fore the world. The pharmacopoeia and conspectus of the regular Faculty contain i nothinst that will compare with it! Kvery ' day hundreds of the sick are emancipating themselves from systems of treatment : which entail great expense and do no good, ami are flying to this cheap and absolutely j certain means of relief. Dyspepsia, rheu- nialism, liver complaint, periodic fevers, ! sick headache, kidney diseases, constipa tion, nervous affections, and in short all i maladie. acute or chronic, which do not i involve the irreparable injury of some vital organ, are cured by this pure inalenholie j vegetnhlc restnrnrire. COAL. FOR 9 ALB. coal per d FIVE HCN'DRED BfSHEl OF ay at the lack Hawkcoa: mine. three the city of Hock I-lool. orders ! -OUTtl i prumptrv ato-nd--d to. B. DAVENPORT Rock Island, Nov. 14. lsT3.-dSm Notice. THERE stockh WILL BE A MEETING (IF THE kholt'ers of .he First National Hank re K ck Islstnl, beldat thrir Baukng Htu-c. on Tti'-s-dav, the 10th day of Jannarv. is:i. at S o'clock am. for the purpose of electing five i-irectors to serve during the ensuing vear ' .1. U. I1UFORD, Cashier Dec.-ntber 1st. 1S73. 0 GOOS & KIRCHER, JEWELERS, H.ve Removed to their Elegant IVew Store, corkier- of Brady and Third, fts,, Dav enport, Iowa. K Wader's Tonic Powder A Brtre file! for Dvikpia and all d Pea e ariiiif; from Sttmagammt or th-- rUfativg oran-i. contalaintr the bt Tsir and AwiHATir Stimci.akt?- in a.ilid fonn it Is the most economical article in use It dissolved tn ctaiitly in waU;r. Wi e. or Spirit may be added. S t OW ELL CO., Cbarle town. Mas- K idder's Pastilles. A nre- relief fur Asthma. I'rlci . 40c. by mail. fivil r, i i & . J., WMdfcw3m Chailewtowu, Mast THE OSBORNE Varnish Manuf'g Co. Mamifactnrer? o EXTRA J3IJRABLE Furniture, Coach - AND EAILWAY CAR Varnishes, Japans, Etc. NEWARK . !)-7d-tlly JOHN STEPHENSON & CO. OMIVinUf" NE8, 4? East Twenty-Seventh t.. Sew York. U-UAif Maniilactcen. of STREET CABS Rock Island, Illinois, Thursday, December 4, 1873. TELEGRAPHIC. CONGRESSIONAL. Texas Election. i The Springfield Republican Sued for Slander. Printers Strike in Burling ton. Cattle Breeders' Conven tion in Cincinnati. Accidents, Suicides, Fires. Senate. Washington, Dec. 3. Bills ,.. :.. j j , e . . were '"tfoduced tor the better protection of the northern and northwestern fr.mtier.and ; to facilitate commerce between the States; j to organize the Territory of Pembina and j Prov,lJe 8 temporary government to aid in the execution of the laws. The last ment- ioBed bi embraces all the amendments of last vear. Mr. Morrill, of Maine, in sneakine ot'sne- : cits resumption argued in favor of certicates ' payable in four years, whh interest at 3 65. I redeemable at par in United States notes j or gold at the option of the holder; re , quiring banks to keep a moiety of reserves j in these certificates, and the government to give notice that it will pay its notes in cash ; in New York the 1st of January. 1875; j authorizing the government to negotiate a j loan of $300,000,000 in coin at ti per cent, that the certificates, as fast as redeemed may be paid out to satisfy claims against , the government, A l - I- - . , . . i Alter a urtei executive session tne Sen- I ! ate adjourned. Prait introduced a raoulalwa instructing '' ! the Judiciary Committee tc. inquire wheth- I cr Congress has authority to create corpor ; ations for conducting railroads or canals : penetrating two or more States, or to regu i late the rate of railroad transportation ov ; er existing roads, chartered by States, i which, by consolidation have continuous ' lines through two or more States. Kenton's bill for the protection of the I northwest, frontier, &c- provides for a gov i ernment loan of eight millions of ten-tiftv lour ana nait per cent bonds to the State ef New York for the enlargement of the Erie and Oswego canals so as to admit the passage of war vessels 2(R) feet wide and 3B0 long, and merchant vessels of six hun dred tons burden ; the loan to be repaid by the net revenues of the canals, after the payment of debts to which the revenue is now pledged. ' House. A resolution concerning the i Louisiana election as relates to Pinchbeck, ; was tabled. Notice was given of a bill to repeal the prohibition of weekly newspapers passing :hrongh the mails free of postage. j At the Civil Service examination at St. ; Louis the yth inst., A. (i. Edwards and Deputy- Surveyor Wyman were appointed associate members of the Board at St. Louis. Charles Lvman.of the Treasury Board, wili dc cniet r.xaminer. Mr. Dawes introduced a bill authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to issue in exchange for the twenty million bond loan of '5! an equal amount of par bonds of the funded debt. The Second section declares it to be the pleasure of the United States 0 pay all coupon bonds of the loan of V8 on the 1st of January '74. except such as the holders thereof elect within six months from that date to exchange for five per cent, bonds.with interest fromJanuary 1st. ! 74, and afterwards money necessary tor j the purpose. Mr. Cox offered a resolution to admit Mr. Davidson, from the 4th district of) Louisiana,stating that contestant. Riters. ! had died since the election, and aiguing Davidson's right to the seat. Batter, of Massachusetts, presented a 1 certificate from Governor KeBogg, dated Nor, 29, stating that at a soocia! pWt ' -ov. j4tn.ueorge USmith had been elect j ed. After a discussion, in which Cox in timated that the last certificate had been prepared in Washing! m.Suiith was adntit- ; ted to a seat by nearly a party vote, and ; took the oath. The Speaker announced the following committee on elections: Smith, of New York. Thos. H. Applet .n. T.vld. Tike. Sevier Robinson. Harrison. Arthur, Speer, and Lamar. Kasson asked the unanimous consent to introduce and have printed a bill to reKal the increase salary law. Butler, of Tcnn.. objected. Adjourned. Galveston, Dec. 3 The election was quiet. Returns are slow. Ten cities and stations, including Austin, Galveston. Houston. Jefferson and Indianola, gave a net Democratic majority of two thousand. New York. Dec. 3. The Toledo, Peo ria W arsaw Railway has failed to take J ! wp the coupons on $l.Si),(Ktu of its first mortgage bonds A special dispatch says Samuel Bowles, of the Spnnefield Republican, lias been sued for libel by Willis Phelps, a well known railroad builder, whom the Repub lican spoke of as the Boss Tweed of pringtield. The Republican office has been attached, and was last night in the hands of a keeper. Bi rlimton, Iowa, Dec. 3. The prin ters employed on the Daily Hawk-eye struck at '.'.UO last evening, leaving the of fice with but one man.. The proprietors, by their own personal labors and with the assistance of a tew non-union printers.suc ceeded in issuing their regular morning paper containing the President's message in f ull. The office will hereafter employ only non-union printers. A horrible accident occurred at the south boundary public school in this city this morning. Thirteen little girls ran in to a privy together and caused the floor to give way, precipitating them into the vault below. Their screams immediately at tracted the attention of the principal. Mr. Hummer, who flew to their relief, and sav ed them from their perilous situation by jumping in himself and pulling them out. A few of them bareiy escaped drowning in the filthy vault. Cincinnati, Dec. 3. The International Convention of short horn cattle breeders met to-day, one hundred delegates out of one hundred and lorty-eight members be ing present. The reports of officers were read, and Hob. Chas. E. Ackland, of Eng land, who was present, was made an hon orary member. A naoer was rend lie Sprugue, of Iowa, on the quality of short horns and was discussed. The Couventioo will adjourn to morrow. Chicaho, Dec. 3. A fire last night on East Madison street caused a loss of $10, (KX) on stock and building as follows : Phelps Bros., $1,500; L. E.'Mirsh & Co.. $4,000; W. tt. White & Co..nearly $1,000; Uersuian & Buxhani, $500; Palnionberg& Co., $500 ; a building owned by G-. tow ard damaged, $1,500. Loss is mainly cov ered by insurance. I'i.ano, 111., Deo. 3. Doc. Long, a bil liard proprietor.suicided last night because ot the threatened desertion by his wife, af ter a quarrel. The wile returned at night, and was thrown into convulsions by the gight ot her dead husband, and her condi tion is critical. Milwaukee, Dec 3. G W. Peckham, a retired lawyer suicided bv jumpin" into the river last nieht during a fit of insanity occasioned by the death of his brother. Judge Peckham, of New York. on theYille du Havre. The deceased was ahont So years old. Cmr-Ano Deo. o.-By the falling of the interior scaffolding in the American Ex press Company's new building this after noon two German laborers were fatally and five others seriously injured. TO-DAY'S ADVERTISEMENTS. JOHN PHILLIPS, Manufacturer and DeaKr in Wood and Cane-Seat CHAIRS. North Green St., near West Erie, t of Milwauk. v Avenue. ". I 1.1. Side CHICAGO. iIIS 1-dsm Iowa Farming Lands. Over 1,500,000 acres Hailroad Lands on ihe C N W. and ill. Cent. Railway! In Iowa, for sale bv the Iowa Railroad Land Co. the best. . l.capcst and neatest good lands now in market- prices' and terms the m st favorable. Maps and pamphlets sent free. For Land Exploring Tickets, or any de s red informa ion, call on or address JOHN B caLHOI N.Land Commtanoaer, no Randolph St. Chicago, or Cedar Rapids, Iowa. It-kUy Ale and Porter. wi:wr'tK Saloon k Billiard Rooms, No. 3 Hsrper Hotine Block, ROCK ISLAND I1A Det.ler in Fine Bourbon Whiskies, ANDIMPCRTED WINE AND BRANDIES, Aijcni for the Olebra-ed Joliet A!e. aln bctt Scotch arjrl English Alef and London Prti-r for ?ate Afm ior a ACfier s Blu;ara uG Pleeon Hole Ta- Me Manufactory H E. WEST. 1- -4dtr C3 ca rt A &3 :2-. .J5c tf ciifilliSIl I? Si -a c e aj ) a--.i ft e,zEi :es; f UV'-:Se: b f:se Moos. SILSBY MANUFACTURING CO. ISLAND WORK- SENECA FALLS, Maniifact-.iret 1 N. Y. ROTARY STEAM FIRE EN6INES, wee:kik3, s?atio:;asy. kaske Power and Hand Parana. )F IRC earn Ki Over 4 n; citi.- i difT.-r ItlSm MICHAEL KANE, Agent, Buford's Biocfc, Uliacis Strsst, Bosk Islan THE MONITOR HAS GAINLr A VAR-FAMED reputation No bit.'hr n umiiim can br b stowed upon it than n Wf Ttinl niTTJ hnsewifi who use- ti sp' &k- in its praise nnd reromnienc-. it to her ncixbhors and friends, for economy, cleanli ness and reliability in all it op ratum. 32,688 MONITORS Is"ow in T'so. Abo the Colebrai' Santa Cookins: Claus Stove, FOR COAL OR WOOO, Which ha soch a dernand a'l Broach the West, and for licanty and excellence cannet he surpassed. Al-o the Celchra'c.l FASHION, FOR WOOD. Call and examine these Stoves, the hest in the market. M. KANE. tSttlN Rock Island. 111. Waffh 8a??rs Attestios ! The nuderviirned reop4Ttfullyeall at 'eiiiion of person contemplating (he ptm iiiij-v of watch- :ne Ktipermr- eT of ihe relehrat- Nickle Move ments, maimfar tared by Messrs. BOKE1. tX)CR VOIS1ER, of Ncq rnareu utiits ano Ladle- Lgf!. B,ey and Stem Windt'i a u a r t e r- n 1 a t r These watciieshavefiquHibrioineiacapemen is. chro- j nomoter balances, exposvfl ru'-y pallets. Bereruet ! hair Hprinjiw, and futl rubr-jewellcd, and eomhiatr : h11 modern improvement in wafrh irtliiii. These watches w rt avur;it'ri tlie (irtuid pri.e at the Paris KxpOritbiu of ff the hest perform- mnrv and rr-atfrit itee-mi-v in adiutrm. nt. and can be warranted to perform with the same decree of regularity as those made by the bst mamifictar crt of Europe and Anierica. A full assortment eonstai-tlv on hand for sale by OnNCILEK A KRl'GLEK. 15 Maid, n La.e.dtp Btaitsl New York. f u'ntwMV agcuie tor BoJacturens. TV o Semw Hotels. ST, JAMES HOTEL, ..KANT, 'OBB A HILTON, Propriet..-.. orner State and Van Buren Strt-c, CHlt'Ai.o. PEORIA HOUSE CIIAS. n. BEANE Proprietor. Cor. namllton and Adams streets, PEORIA '. . ILLS. NEWHALL HOUSE MILWAUKEE jS. LANSING BOVNELL, Proprietor. Containing 330 roomri, loratcri corner of Broad wav and Mieliijran rtMeti. the bwhwes centre of the city. WOOD'S HOTEL 3 State Street, cor. II CHICAGO, No better nonse in tltf city. ENOCH WOOD ard Court. ILL. t 00 per day. Proprietor. AMERICAN HOTEL, Chestnnl Street, opposite Independence Hail, PHILADELPHIA, PA. S. M. HEl'LINciS. Proprietor. Daily Argus kept on file. Bl'RTON. . S. Hotel. Li A H STEIN, Late of Louisville. WALNUT STREET HOUSE, Cor. Warout and (iano Street, CINCINNATI OHIO. BURTON STEIN PnopniETOBs. J. R. BURNS. Clerk. J. n. ELBERT, Clerk, Late ol U s. Hotel. L'roixvllle. ot Lexincton, Ky. mm house. Cornt-r Broadway and Bidd!-- f ST. LOUIS BYRON A. BALDWIN, Prop. MO. (Formerly of the Evervtt Hons.' aero.) I DC UIKAKIi HlU'SE lr. flrfl-ClO!"- 1 rata, 1m heated hy Pteam. hat an t !! iL-appnfnt-aturand con- i.iuf iw iar"i.' mjry roomn. wucd arc neatly elegantly furnished. It if, centrally located, ( MH veuiiTit to the p ;p et can and ca-v nf m mM railroads and steamer enTring the citv. To on it the want? of those de-irini: jrood arctim'mod ations at rea-onable rates, ihe Rrnifc hae bera made ONLY TWO DOLLARS )AY K SSSECEASTS j:l KaSrTACrrSESS will Dot i-RE tnelr i;n.,M- to -svlr . ina1 ion bv nsini; PATENT SHIPPING T A OS Over Two Hundred Millions hve r.-tn used within the past teji years. wi:boat compl int of lo bv . Tag iecodng detaiched. All Express CoV use th'tn. Boid by Printfrn and Stationer- everr i where. -IV' mwfSra ASK FOR PYLE'S OK NALERATUg r 3d. SIPE8I0E OAK TtWKD LEATHER HOSE And Belting. Lace Leather, Picker Leather, Av d dealers in aTl kinds or MANUFACTURERS' AND Fire Department Supplies. All rooil. nur-.nt, ' Circn'ars and Price Lit LOWILL, lo-lTdly end for MASS. Groceries. JAMES KELLY, GROCER. -t.ple nd Poaes Oru er . P .,.,., . ;., w irr. Glaswae. w oo Ion and WUo.w wrr Ac . , aal v ..I -.N.ds 4 pi le-. . inv te . zaml n i ic n. A share of i tt die pair naire renpecifallv sjli itod Cor. Orleans and Ohio S ts. Rock Island, Illinois. I.s Bm to nse. Sold bv Or.cer Evervwhere j 101 dAvvOm H A. 0. GOES' 'ewillsell HI PATENT I it. worth m lor m , FLooels tfc screw " z I;; a Wrenches, h1 k j ' I ply ' 1 AO for 145 1 ' ' -JTN a. g. coes & co. " ",- ;,,. ' " :' ;;;; '"! .,. - KK Mvs. ALL PK1STV e PER YARIl ) li, ' .H .,v . . I ........... .. M j BlllByP j Aipacas. colored and hlack. . . .worth Uttot sjc .. - SEAMLESS 11 Japatie-e Poplin? 60c for c Canton. Flannel .......... a A ft Jf Pacitic Motor 4iv tBfftfS vQjtMm. HI Manchester- soc for 450 JS 'KM. Pan'T Dre- o.-.! at all pttnt TUBING, W yjnrufmk-m $, en II josiah GATES & SONS, MHnHfactnror of POSITIVE CLOSING OUT SALE I I am now offering my entire Stock of READY-MADE CLOTHING Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS, &c, AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. For thp purpose of closing out business. I don't mean to deceive people. I am in earnest, and my stock must be SOU) WITHOUT My Stock is C will find it greatly mplete. COUNTRY to their ailvntltnoe f.. Phasing elsewhere. A saving of 10 per Call soon while uiv tock is vet complete. GREAT REMOVAL SALE -OF- CARPETS, NOTIONS, &c. AT BOSTON BAZAR In order to REDUCE OUR STOCK MORE LN (i A FORD S BLOCK, whkh will ocear about Deoembc j have this day REPl'CEB PRICE We dread the trouble of moving our large stock of Goods into onr New Store ; therefore we have fixed -prices at figures which we hope will induce the public to move many of them tor us. L S. GATES & GO,, iM I llllll I EstabiUhea 1827. 231 Carburet of Iron STOTE POLISH ! After forty-sv Tears this celebrated article Is still acknowledged to be the beat in market It lasts longer tin the stove, requires leas lalwr to produce a hnlliant polish, has no smell, is neat aod clean to use. and more economical than other kind. It makes a parlor cheerf ai and a kitchen look neat. So amily will be without it after aSTlag ased It once. Dlxon'w litH4-k I iid Orueiblei. Plumbago in Bulk for Stove Dealers. Plamhao, for Lnbricatinp. finest grades. Send for samples. Dixon's Dixon's American Graphite Pencils, FOR OFFICE, D HAWING AND SPECIAL USES. A. JST&-7v Lead Fenoil tf the finest quality, and all (rradea. from the softest np J'J"1,.','011 "f B"1 mps teopyrtghtcdi on Dixon's Onaphite Polyjrrade Pencils: . '.".; . "!!. T rlJ"' "olt Pap1': or 'or directing parce-to, loo mjtt for the pocket or general J5' M- Soft Medium. 'For general commercial or pocket use ; very smooth. M. "Medium "--For m aocotuitaii f desk, reporters, banks, and ail us. wh.-re a smooth, black pencil a. wanted that will last well in ane work. U. Hard." Kor architects. cf.1l enjrtnecre. draughtamen, 4EC. : a vers aw -van lute. V. U. "V ery hard " Por the llnest lines. All the se -rad, vlel.l itv ,,nrt; .k aT. ' i ? "i rememls red that different hands require ? u ,. ,8'. " ' win suit some parties for the uses set down for the "34 and the JLjSfSL il'"."1 "E WS toi V" V".n Steoographer. differ, some requtriu.- a softei Ji r 1'h"n The "It" was specially deslimed for them, and suits the mnjoHiy. a It doeTtSt majority of Accountant, is Banks and Offices, but the "S. M." Is popular for general uae. Sample, free MASUPACTUBED BY The Joseph Dixon Crucible Co. d s2rl!!,.H'V SttS 2?4el"- ,At at U'W and Siotc Polish Works, J8S, an. 199, 141 ad ata Bailroad a venae. Wk SW. (M, and a Wayuo street . EJJSK t OJt S. jT lO-iSwlJ MERCHANTS, as well as everybody else. Ofill n,i svamiiu 0,,l- 1,C. cent, is warranted to every nnrehsser H. BURQ0WEB. THE- BEFORE MOVING INTO OUR NEW is: of M entire sfcxik of goods. 1 in.zr.rii-. II I II I II .HWMM 34 oid MedaN lines 1839. OIV' Pencils diflTercnt grades of pencils, the same as toer re- I I 40e f.,r SS 4 V fer 35c 50c for 87 55c for 45c 19c for 40c 75c tin Oc .'. IjO I'tr I 75 1 S-tTei ' 4 (10 for S 00 :, H for 4 00 5 50 for 5 no 4 ka Established Oct 18, 1851. MHWAUEBB. OTTO LAVERRENZ, PAPER BOXES ! No. Stl5 MILWAUKEE... Ivldl) K Wale, N. MERRILL, Importer, Manufacturer and Dealer In Scotch and American Granite & Marble MONUMENTS. Statuary and Otranerul Marhlc Work J Pa. iS 4 ju SprtM st. MILWAUKEE... ; 4-SMly WIS . BOLL k ZIEGLEB, WHOLESALE Confectioners, No. 3 Spring Street, MILW.U KEK Send for Price .... w It Dldijr LOEFFELHOLZ & PRIER, Maniifacturers of Hailroad Car Trimaie ! --a Itch Lorka j of BrasR I.'iweet Ratef. St . KILWAUREE, wis Ait) f. Patient Mftklng am 4 -Ualj Also, a!! OMttaLga furnimhfd a' "or t lfmoii at Or.-tr.ii Pfcrticalar attemiui CORN PLANTERS I We ofT. r " the trsde "Kent's Celebrated Improved Corn Planters. Be' In nse. JOHN NAZRO&CO., MlLWAlTiEE, vmoOKHTN i 4 Sadly j 317 ft S19 Park Place. Milwaukee. Wis First t'!as WtoettMRews at liw Pitmrec ROBERT BATY, MaTiQfartnrci-ni IR. D, BLTB PA TEST Artificial Legs & Arms. Pnrilrtilar attention Ei ; to n'palnng nr alterln. - Fiit class workman uiar triv..i. all kinds of Anifleial ship at fair prices. !'a ibortciii'd Limh' Weak Ankbs anrt rl.-firtniti. t all kinds Parties eomin hfiv 1U h.' u,i; card for. Send for Circnlar. Ad ROBT PATV MILWAUKEE WECHSELBERG, BROWN & CO., 1W ar-.! MILWAUKEE. "Just nort'i iJ Spri Fin.- Ujrbt i arria-r-. M.GRASSLER COSTUME aiaaaafactory, 290 West Water St., MILWAUKEE, .. WIS & CO., CAHBIAOES & BMIES! A lai ge stock of ocr o i ri Jls and i WLWACKEE Onr work is stricklv f r-t on-tantly on hand. 4 ol j NOVELTY STEAM HEATING CO., Mann'5t::r-rsof Steam Heaters HEATING APPARATUS, (Patented iaas 14, 1x71). 1 Public and Private Buildings. HEAVY AND LIGHT stings Mado to Order. WESTFIELD " ASS. ltock Island and rl- .ISm Thomas Vatos. A- ' ciuity. ssm.3 KSHsrss. THE BECKWITH PORTAX3IjE Family Sewing Machine, On 30 day rriol. $20 refunded in SO days on return Machine, if desired. and Automatic Stitch FsatfJ JStSrJI raoaire the Movamcnt of from 95 to 80 pieces to iTj.aL-itmlret tat Two I Hence It I. symbol or aymplicity and strength; terra jto too, on mo or thi raiuu, For full partlcnlara send for Cirealar than boy no other mi 11 yon sea the Mac Line, for "seeing la beUasir.g." Ageata waauid in tvry totfa la As cxmr,tey. IffSaraaaat with ths order the balance can be C O. S Areata mast p toil price for single Machines, per centage oc Srst to be Jadactrd when .(t Machines art paM (or. Term, to agents, cash with order, or C. O. O. : ih IBfiJ 1 T5 for . dSt. fWLm,. 00 f or JJ 00 1 title for 4Ro : . ;;: t G. W. 0GDEN 1 45 f..r 95r Mac-jr, tnrera of 15c for ls atic for 10c ' "a for 5" Price Jjgft5-3.