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Independent in Ecerytluny.
?Uoaiy, December 16, 1873.
Wanted.
Everybody to know that the son can work
cheaper than the father. But the (ather
uses shoes of his own manufacture, and
koens no other in his shew, and therefore
J
will shoe horses as cheap as any of the
ring.
Will also sell my property on Jefferson
street, lot next to Harper House.ata threat
sacrifice, as 1 contemplate gahtg West.
12-13d&wtf. W. . LAJMMCU
cost.
Wanted.
T o oxehtJDgc for Rock Island residence
property, valuable, improved farming land
in Kansas, situated on the Central Branch
of the TTp. R. R. Address,
J. S. Drake, Rock Island, Til.
BUSINESS CARDS.
KENWORTHY & BEARDSLEY,
AW AND ABSTRACT OKKI K. HOOMS IN
L Court Boom. .Ino. T. Kcnwnrthy
I Hi", M. Boards-
ley.
lo-MdJcwtf.
M. M. STURGEON,
TTornky avi counselor ,ai 1
COUNSELOR AT
Office. In Mitchell 4
M Kock Island, HI
Block
t'lwtf
P. T. MoELHERNE,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
tut Solicitor lu chancery. 0M otip.-situ.
Rock Inland Hons. Rock I.lnnd, III. Mndwly
r.nwAnn i swan. SI William jai ksom
SWEENEY & JACKSON,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
OiBea Cor Ka-le nd Illinois streets. Hock Isl
and. Illinois. U-lSdly
C. J. JOHNSON & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Mf" Office. Room No. i. Mitchell A Lynde's
Block, Rock Island. Illinois. 10-17dSra
E. E. PARMENTER, "
ATTORNEY AT L.i.W
Office oyer Mi'ehell St Lvnd.-'a Bank.Rock bland
Illinois. ll-iodfliu
BOUND OVER.
GB Sn AKKER.snco-saor to K Wilcox, Tailor.
, ri. si r and Repairer. eci nice all work en
tru't. 'I to him with rare and pmuiptlrndr. and :n
low rates. Shop, West Eajrle utreVt, Rock Island
House block. It-Odtf
Dr. J. W. S:ark, Dentist.
ROOMS NEXT HOOK TO THE TELROKAl'll OF
Arc, Illinois street. Rock Island. All kinds of
IVntal Work done In the most approved style
Chaws reasonable. 8-17dtf
THOMAS YATES,
IS PRKPAKKD TO DO PU MHINU IN ALL ITS
I branches, also, lias and Steam r'ltt'ui:.
Call and have estimates made before ordering your
work done hy other parlies
TfToMAS YATES. (Lewe.iRoek Island.
R-lfcltf
0. W. LAWRENCE, S D.,
Homceopat h i B t
Physician and Surgeon,
(Successor I'
lr, Hull's Block.
H It. .lenk
i. IV
liock Island. Ill
rffAll orders promptly attended to day or night
WM1t
Farmers' Hotel.
JAMBS I" TAYLOR.
. . .Proprietor.
THIS llol'SK IS n THE i OKNKK OF Bl'F
falo and Hock Mttrttfeeta and has been thor
niiirhly n'liovnted and furnisheil with new furnl
ture bedding, etc.. 11 also has connected with the
huifjBe good goibltng for the urriimnio.liiMnn of fur
Men and others. Ttfc llfupf lelOf would respectful
1 3 solicit a share of nubile patronage.
I AMKS p TAYLOR
Rock Islaad, Nov. A - dwtf.
ALLEN, STEPHENS 4 CO.,
BANKERS,
Nc. 2i Pine St., NEW YORK.
plreet all MMl to t. 0 Hot. VI.
Havk OMaHUB a DOMMTtC HANKINi.
hu-lnesB In New York tlly, with a department
sp'-i (ally devoted lo the car,1 of iti'T nr tiiws ic
mints, and ran attend to them better than any iu
mrporatrd bans- In th' rl,y. w hich are organized
iiHire for i lly bniness.
Four pereeni. allowed on dallv bslances.
CCOHAM Tendered and hrtrffm cr,-illted montlily
All orders t" buy or sell stock mi "p illation
poatftoaftf ileeilnii'l.
i an sell iriMid ImiiiiIi. of cities, couiili. .. Statejetc.
'nil Ihev MH he llrt claw.
i:ery kind of I '.'i'lmate banking business done.
,....Tr.
h Wat. r lin-h. Heartburn, i.w spirlu. e. in
sihrite e-ie- Solii by rlrtifc-glsii. genemlly. pepot
1 1 K!rhfli streei. New York, i'lrcolurs mailed on
application. Sold In Ki-il Uohler- IIIHd.twfim
Write f .r a Ma I .In to . II. JonSTOS
(JREATyESTERN
Hm-rli . ..: ,, shot OM,fl to f-KlO. Double
shot (iuiif. tj to ijii. ButeUaaa,$toH, Hi
Ira. $ tv Ma, Kcwilvcr-. I to -r, l'1-tols. tl to
Hun Material. Klshlng Tackle, Ac. Ijtrge dls
toaati o deai, r- or elaba. Army Onus, Revolvers,
all , Initial! or traded for. UikhIi sent, by espresr
t O. I), to be examined before paid for.
Patrons of Husbandry.
JOSEPH SEYMOUR & SON,
M ANL'KACTl'KINO
Silversmiths & Jewelers
H Monttft-nif ry Sr.. SYKATHK, N. V.
W. ftp now prrjiaml to fuml-h t.r u..-. - with ,
full MrttiT&irZi 52r,?,iv ".
spmi. H i Hook and Nhcpher , i rook 7
(send I'., io i.t r Momj Order with voir order. It
will ai- '-prrs collection. Oiv. name of place of
your KS ri H office
JOSEI'll SKV.MUI II .t SON.
in tMmw3m ri use, N. Y
" KELLEY'S ISLAND"
GRAPE BRANDY !
Tin nbaeriber affeM this n
Uric.
nf the hei ar-
For the Sick and Pooblo,
I'nT placed bef , the pnHir I'Tly-1
scrllied It in ill ir :rj,.- l k:,.,w Is
mils, and the best rh.-mits In the counin i
to its In Ing
tlfj
Pure And Unadulterated.
It i the Bioai iMiirtshlng and strengthening "rii
cle n.m In nae. Try It,
WK .UttSIAS. HaUli i (.. Sole Maniifactnr..,
S't Merwtti Street, CIJCVKLANU. o lll-7illy
ROCK ISLAND
Commercial College
Nl
Telegraphic Institute!
DAY AND NIGHT SHSSIONS.
Uk Srhnlarilil,! n
Bin months jjj'
Hri'." te,'gg& Scienia "of Accounti.
suencrrlan Wrltlnn. "ommerclal. Ijii . Shonliand
Latin, ami lJrwUg.
mJt&HJ Arithmetic and Enjtli.h sahjcctstU
fcofo,r";;,n,:hr:,rr' h4n1 Ww5-55
- JCrHT SCHOOL.
WrH.lBK ts. for 3 month.
. Buok-kecplnir, 11
N3& ' Iu,,ll"'' MM In Bu-
TUKo A. FILEY, Principal.
IMWtii
P. O. Bo WW.
i 8mlthlls)d St., rutanural), PaBF
CITY.
Art.
OFFICIAL PAPER.
The Dill.T Anore is delivered In any part of the
Cily. at TwNTY CHT PKK WESK, r ElUUTY
Cknt a Month.
Orders received at file fcBBVB Conn nun Room.
To Lkt. A dwelling contaning seven
rooms iu good order. Enquire ot Halch
raze r.
3dtt.
Leave ordew at Rock Island House of
fice for livery carriages or hacks.
10-27d3m A. M. Page.
Firs at cost. The warm weather in
duces Dart & Dart to offer their furs at
Tf there is an individual who has never
enjoyed a good sneeze, let Barnum add
biiii to his curiosities.. Durno's Catarrh
Snuff is not for such an one.
Notice Your State, County and City-
taxes are due. Office hours from 1 to 5 p.
m. Henry C. (Yka ki.and,
13 jO Collector.
Epstein savs he has just received, a
bushel of diamonds, and persons buying
nnd not beiiiir satisfied with their bargain
ut afe"--
Jonas Bear the Buford Block clothier,
will sell you new and CLEAN goods cheap
er than the other houses who are selling
,,ut their old stock.
-7dtt
Removal. Livingston has removed to
McDonald's old stand, opposite Kiesow's.
All the latest styles of Hats and Caps, and
( rent's furnishing goods. 8-25- 3m
There will be held an entertaitnuieiit
this (Tuesday) evening at the Kec
tory of Trinity church, for the benefit of
the Sunday School. All the lnends ot
children and of the church are cordially
invited.
I. 0. O. F. The members of Rock Isl
and Lodge No. 18, 1. 0. 0. F., will meet
at their hall this I Tuesday eve at I o clock,
to make arrangements for the funeral of
Bro. Francis I app.
sis I'app.
L. Lawhkad, K. S.
The Waatlier To-Day.
The following shows the temperature
at The Arous Office to-day, as in
dicatcd bv thermometer:
Hi - above aero.
3 ' "
1 1 . 41o above zero
8F . 44o
Christmas Concert. Professor Rccss
ler - i ierman Egliah School will give an
other of their attractive concerts and eu-
tertuintnontfl in Turner Hall, on Saturday
evening Dec. 27th. on which occasion they
hope tor a liberal patronage trom the good
people of Rock Island and vicinity. Ad
mission tickets 29 cents children in cents.
1'idtts
Those fine dressing Dressing towns and
Sin. iking .Jackets, at Dart & Dart's are
much admired.
Fair and Dnck. The Scandinavian
Society "Freja" will give a fair and festi
val for the purpose of raising funds to tin
ishiii!: paying lor lots and building a hall.
Tlii- S.iciety is one of the most worthy and
its objects and aims are deserviug of all
propel encouragement. Their fair will
0MB on the Mtk, closing with a dance ou
the evening of the 'J'Jth.
Hukiain in a Fine Farm. Attention
is called to the commissioners sale of the
the Chancy farm, containing 228 acres of
eb 'ice bottom land almM half a mile west
of Milan.
This will be a rare chance to secure one
of the Am' (i mis in the country at a bar
ifnin. I he buildings are m lair order and the
I'i r hi tm 'ill iimlfir 4'riii I lw -.iiii ii rieli
well adapted for com, grasa and hay, i),
well watered, and for a stuck farm, is not
excelled in the county.
The sale will be on the premises on
Wednesday, Dec. 24th, 1873, at 2 o'clock.
v. m. A. F. C'TTfiR. Special Com'r.
l'-dwtil
.. ... , , , f , f, ,
'iii: ,,iii, in, ici'-iiuy iicicdicu v.ii,i&.
Count Treasiirer.proves to be a defaulter
it OfW $300,000 ! ! It is said he has over
hall a million if property, and that his
bond i- g ' id. and no loss will occur. That
remains t" be proven. The defalcation is
admitted, now that Dan. O'FIara. the new
treasurer, demands to see the cash.
Drowning Prisoners.
A prisoner of the name of Williams, at
JoBet, l8t week Friday, was killed by a
I'oeies of punishment known as "the
j hjth.' They held his head under water a
while, and when they took him out he
gasped a few times, and died. And the
people who do such things declare that the
Delaware whipping post is a relic ot bar
liari-m The people of Illinois will demand
an investigation, not a whitewashing, of
the drowning of prisoners by those having
them in charge.
Personal.
A. II. Swain. Ksq., editor and propri
Kir of the Monmouth Review, is at the
Harper House.
Alt. Barnhart the leading genius of the
"ijlreat Western Type Foundry." was in
this city yesterday.
A. C. Mather the wideawake represen
tative of the Bay State Suspender Co.,
Boston, is in this city. Tin; firin he rep
PWentl is the most responsible one in their
I lta "T have their goods
well represented in this city ; for the rea
son that their goods are the best in the
market.
Horse It B. Across the Island.
Congressman Cotton has again intro
duced his hill for horse curs between this
city and Haveuport. Il places the matter
in the hands of the Secretary of War, and
MUM to give equal privileges to all horse
railway companies on either side of the
river to cross thi; Island with their cars.
No other arrangement would he satisfac
tory or right. The bill, we believe, is the
same that he brought forward in the late
Congress, and wiiicli was then published
in THI Alturs. We suppose Mr. Hawley
will revive his project to give the franchise
to the ferrj company.
CpbToV Mam BUMS, of everv style,
color or quality, at Dart ft Dart's.' Take
your measure ?
Th Baltimore and Ohio KailroadA Depot in
Washington.
The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Com
pany has purchased, in Washington D. C,
at a cost ot $128,1(01) over H6,0U0 feet of
gruuuu, o wn.on tne c.,nlpany proposes to
itivi . in, i Hnmit K..I Ml-., -e l
i i - i . .
- mi """"'"i. hi iron nnu
glass, i be t'ompany has nis., purchased
" sueuu turiu ui uity acres, near
Brooks StatioDn the Metropolitan Branch
( three miles out of town. ) for $120,000, Or,
this farm they propose to erect workshops
ii... e. r nr..
.....l ..., i,,-. i.,..,.. - I u t i j ai i am
...... . p"i. mi is nam mm luuy
comemplate to make the junction between
ItM W ashington Branch and the Metropol-
itau Branch at that point.
What The County Clerh it required ts ao.
The laws of this State, in Chapter 103,
XIV, Sec. 18, provide as follows:
'The clerk of the Board of Supervisors
shall, at the close of each annual or special
meeting of the Board, cause a bnet state
ment of the proceedings thereof to be pub
lished in a newspaper published in the
county, in which shall be set forth the
name of every individual who shall have
had unv account, audited ana allowea Dy
said Board, and the amount of said claim
as allowed and amount claimed, ana also
their proceedings upon the equalization of
the assessment roll.
It will be observed that this law is man
dntory on the County Clerk. It does not
say he may do it, or that the Supervisors
man do it, but that the "'Clerk shall' etc.,
etc. It has been the practice in this coun
ty for the Board of Supervisors to make
some arrangement by which the proceed
ings could be published in all the papers,
in order that all the people may have ac
cess to the doings of the Board in the pa
per of their choice. The law does not re
quire this nor does it prohibit it and so
long as the Board could get all the papers
in the county to All the requirement of
the law without costing more than one pa
per would charge its customers generally
for such work, it was desirable that the
groceedings should be published in all the
papers.
At the June session of the Board Mr.
Bowles seemed determined to break up the
old arrangement and set the newspapers
to bidding aaain-t each other. We sug
gested to him that it would not be advisa
ble ; it would breed ill-feeling , would look
like an effort on the part of the Board to
compel people to take a paper which they
did not care for. and that the tax thus im
posed upon them would be an unnecessary
hardship. We urged upon him the fact
that the proceedings should be published
in all the papers and that the price then
charged was not one-half the usual rates
for such matter. And there the matter
dropped for that session.
At the July meeting be again revived
the subject and represented to us that
Sup'r Lobdell had a proposition ready to
submit, from the Review ; that only one
paper would be paid, and that one would
be the lowest bidder. Other Supervisors
said the same thing. Under this repre
sentation we made a proposal and as soon
as the proposals were opened (ours was
the lowest I Mr. Bowles went back ou his
owu proposition and made up a
report giving it to two papers,
and then th" Board went back
on the idea of one paper and give it to all
at our figures. The committee and others
i,eld out to us the idea of an exdurive right
hut torgot all al mt that idea as soon as
they got our proposition. Cnder these cir
eumstances Mr. Drake gave the Chairman
of the Board immediate notice that the
Niporvtsors having violated their own
proposition we wen released and should
not consider it binding upon us. Since
then there has been no agreement what
oyer, and, the t'lerk having ordered the
proceedings i previous to the last session
published in this paper we are legally en
titled to charge our usual rates for such
work 40 cents a line ; in which ease our
bill would l over five hundred dollars
At the last meeting we rendered a bill at
the old price -$'J5 a session not wishing
to take any advantage of the people on ac
count of the ill-judged action of the Board
But if we are compelled to appeal to ajury
t.i get our just dues we shall claim all the
law will allow u-.
The Board ha now adjourned without
I making any arrangement for purasbiag
. j. , , ...
i tue proceeuiug renuircii uj law, x rue
i they pa.-sed an order that the Moline Re
' rieir was authorized to publish them for
$10 but adjourned without knowing
whether that paper would publish them
or not. If we can judge anything from
the tone of an article in the last issue of
the Review, that paper will not accept the
proposition of the Boanl. If not, then
the County Clerk will be authorized to pro
' cure their publication in any paper in the
County which he may select, and at such
price as may be demanded.
Taxes for Bock Island,
liy a notice in tins paper it win ne see
that Capt. dea vela nd, oar township eollec
tor, has his bonks and wants people
come right in and pay up. The footings
are as follows :
VtliiREl.ATE OK TAXKS FOR ROCK 1SLANI1
FOR 1 87.1.
State tax $i:;.7l( Hi.
County tax 21,323 46.
R. R. bond tax 1,994 22.
School tax 17.100 1ft.
Delinquent tax ft,209 72.
Municipal tax 33,129 12.
this tax 4.442 1)3.
Dog tax 297 DO.
Total $'.17. 536 30.
.ui;nF.;.vTF. Of taxf.s fur rook island
FOB H2.
State tax 14, .''.44 66
County tax 24.M.58 61.
R. R. Hond taxiHoekford) 8,57 60,
School tax 26,76978.
I loliniuent tax 3,756 91 ,
.Municipal tax 55,482 15.
las fax 4,438 61.
Dot; tax 4fi2 tMJ.
Total $l.';:!,12(.l 32.
It will be seen by the above that the tax
es for this township are 135.589,96 less this
year than last year, and that most of this
reduction is made by the careful ami econ
omical administration of Bailey Davenport.
The school taxes are reduced (8,868,63.
l.F.SS THAN LAST YEAR.
State tax $ 634 50.
County tax 3,535 15.
U It. Bond tax 1533 48.
School tax 8,868 63.
Municipal tax 22.32.; 03.
Dog tax 155 oo.
MORE THAN LAST YEAR.
Delinquent tax $ 1,452 81.
Gas tax 4 02.
The people will regard this as a very
favorable showing for the City Council,the
School Board, and the Board of Supervi
sors. DuMP runge. No. 1.024, of Scott Co.,
Iowa, passed the following resolution.
That wo hereby agree aud
k: I 1 l. , .
i liiiiu inimeive mat we win not purchase
any tlie implements manufactured by
the signers of the "Illinois Manufacturers
Circular." and that we will strengthen and
hold up the hands of our home manufac
turers by eyery means at our command.
Cashmere and Sill- Miifflra Sisft,
i v r ,w. u j "pi
g SKrl
for Christmas gifts, at Dart & Dart's, Uar
per House.
N0TE8 HERE AND THERE
Very charming day.
Large number of strangers in town to
day. The eesumution of silver navmentwas
a dime novelty.
Omaha calls her saloon keepers
"Presidents of sample rooms."
Dick Collins, a switchman at Keokuk,
on the D. V. R. B.., was run over by the
cars and Instantly killed, on 1 nday night.
The Union of Sunday morning takes
up a good deal of room in trying to prove
that $16,606 is not sixteen thousand six
hundred and six dollars and fails.
A young married man in Brattleboro,
Vt., poured twelve gallons of brandy into
ine river, at tne request ot nis young wiie.
Young couples are always extravagant.
The Canada Southern Railroad is now
onen, and shortens tin the distance be
tweeu Detroit and Buffa b lull htty-hve
miles compared with auy other through
route.
Swindling peddlers of dry goods vic
timized Allen and Bloomfield townships,
Iowa, last week to the amount of $3,00O,
taking farmers' paper payable at Allen's
bank.
The editor of the Vicksburg Herald
spent $800 on a church fair, hoping to get
the prize of $3,000 in gold, and he drew a
brass chain and a photograph ot tieorge
Washington.
At Dubuque on the 15th the jury in
the case of J. M. Way vs. The Illinois
Central Railway, a suit for damages lor
the killing of W. H. Palmer, last summer,
returned a verdict of $10,(KH damages for
he plaintiff,
The Jackson County, Iowa, Sentinel
states upon good authority, that Rev.
Schuellar.of nnfragrant memory in connec
tion with the Andrew Urphan Asylum,
committed suicide by drowning after his
return to trermany.
The printers of Pittsburgh who were so
unsuccessful in their late strike have unan
imously dissolved their union. There is a
lcklv union ot the same sort somewhere
in this city or Davenport, of which there
isn't enough to dissolve.
Lives there a man whose nose so red
who never to himself hath said : "I'll pay
before I go to bed, the debt I owe the
printer ? Brandon Repuhlican. Sever
al of him live in this county as know we
well, but they we fear will go to .Mohne
and be elected to the council.
The Chicago Times must have known
omething about a sickly Republican paper
in this section when it said : "The jour
nalist who seeks political preferment belit
tle his office, and incurs a serious danger
of sacrificing that independence which is
the essential condition ot his influence.
The Mobilierites and back-salary-tak-
ers seem to have bad pretty much their
own way in organizing the two houses of
congress. Big jobs ma3' be expected. 1 he
corruptionists know that the people are
resolved upon retiring them, and the last ;
opportunity they are ever likely to have to
get their hands into the public purse must j
be improved to the utmost extent. ' Now j
or never, is the watchword.
The annual meeting of the Northern
Illinois Horticultural Society, will be held
in FarwellHall, iu the city of Sterling. !
Whiteside Co., January 27, 28, 29 and 3o.
1H74. The Wallace Hotie and Boynton
House will reduce their prices to $1,00 per
day to members attending the meeting. and
the citizens of terling will extena a cor.
dial hospitality. A cordial invitation is
extended to all interested in Horticultural
pursuits to attend this meeting.
The Rome (N. Y.) Sentinel perpe
trates the following : ''Father, was fee
ley elected ?' asked an unsophisticated
twelve-year-old of his Republican sire.
Starting up with astonishment, the latter
answered. "No. why do you ask such a
fooli.-h question ?" "Because," said the
boy. "you said last fall if Greeley was
elected there would be a panic, and every
body says there is a panic now. so 1
thought Greek; must have been elected.'.
lhat boy will make bis mark.
The Chicago Inter- Ocean, noting that
potatoes are Vesy Stiarce and high, thinks
trie tiriff ill. mill hp fil-en (iff ;ri thev e-in
tnt tann snoiiia ee taken on so tney can
be brought tree from v anada, J he idea
is a pond as all propositions in favor of
tree trade. vut it is to be noted that toe
iter i, ean. like all other sound republi
can papers, favors tree trade only on such
articles as the farmers sell. You never
heard one of them speak in favor of free
trade in any articles which the farmers
liini. On the contrary they want to diver
sify American industry, by taxing farmers
out of existence.
The Lincoln, Neb. .gas works exploded
on the morning of the 5th inst., burning
out the inside of the building, and making
unsare two snies ot tne tincK wans, a
lack of care was the reason ot the accident.
The tire was not entirely extinguished in l
the tuniace. by which the gas is generated,
before taking up one of the mains, near
the works, for repairs. The gas was man
ufactured from crude petroleum, and when
the fire reached the oil the flames seemed
to ascend almost to the heavens. It being
a still day and the surrounding building?
covered with snow they were not at all en
dangered. Some of the workmen were in
jured, but none dangerously.
The members of the Union Choral Socie
ty, of Davenport, are preparing to repeat
their Oratorio of Esther this month some
time. It was said by those who heard it
to have been one of the best entertain
ments ever given in the West. They are
improving greatly on their former concert
by new and more appropriate costumes,
ami also in instrumental music, as Mr. Ja
cob Strasser has been at work weeks in ar
ranging music for a full Orchestral ac
companiment ol 15 instruments. We would
be very glad if they would give our city a
visit and would speak for them a full house
should they see tit to do so.
Death of Bev, A. B. Hitchcock.
A large number of people in this coun
ty will hear with regret the news of (he
death of Ilev. A. B. Hitchcock, of Moline.
He died peacefully, at his home, at 3 o'
clock Monday afternoon a good man and
much beloved by all who knew him. He
was a rsmgregational clergyman, and Was
among the very early settlers. He was al
ways held in very high esteem.
Fair and Festival. The United Pres
byterian Church wiH hold a fair and festi
val at Dart's Hall, Thursday evening Dee.
18th, 18T3. The public need no assurance
that whatever the ladies of this church un
dertake in this life will be satisfactory.
COAL.
FOR SALE. "VB HUNDRED BUSHELS OF
coal per day at the lack Hawk coa mine. three
mllea south o the city of Ruck 11 n . On era
prompt y at ended to. B. DAVENPORT.
Roclt islan 1. Nov. 1 1.1KT3. d& Sm
ASK FOR PYLE'S
OK
Best m nc. Bold by Grocers Everywhere.
10-1 dwtm
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
Pozzoni's medicated complexion powder
for sale by Smith & Bonny and Emil
Koehler, and C. Speidel.
Dr. Stone. 112 West Madison street, has
proven his reliability as a thorough practi
tioner. See his card in another column.
Pond's Extract affords immediate re
lief iu all cases of acute pain. This is
strong language, but the experience ot
swenty-five years attests its truth. Try it.
Nature's Hair Restorative is the re
sult of four years' study and experiment.
It is now perfection itself, and no more to
be compared with the other preparations
now flooding the market, than"tanglefoot"
wlii-iky is to pure Bourbon. See adver
tisement.
Oar readers will certainly thank us for
advising them to keep in their houses, for
use, Renne's Paiu Killing Magic Oil. It
is said ti i be the best remedy for painful
complaints ever discovered. '"It works
like a charm."
An Item Worth Noting. The follow
ing was overheard on one of the streetcars
in St. Louis: "Dr. McCabe's Blackberry
Brandy, sir, saved two of my children from
the grave. Our family physician had
given them up ; and now, sir, we will not
be without this remedy. Money is no con
sideration for it ; no family in the city
should be without it." This man uttered
the sentiment of hundreds of thousands.
E. T. Knnkel's Bitter Wine of Iron
This truly valuable tonic has been so
thoroughly tested by all classes of the com
munity that it is now deemed indispensa
ble as a Tonic medicine. It costs but lit
tle, purifies the blood and gives tone to the
stomach, renovates the system and pro
longs life. Everybody should have it.
For the cure of Weak Stomach, and
General Debility, Indigestion. Diseases of
the Stomach, and for all cases requiring a
tonic.
This wine includes the most agreeable
and efficient Salt of Iron we possess Cit
rate of Magnetic Oxide, combined with the
most energetic of vegetable tonics Yellow
Peruvian Bark.
Do you want something to strengthen
you ?
Do you want a good appetite ?
Do you want to get rid of nervousness ?
Po you want energy ?
Do you want to sleep well ?
Do you want to build up your constitu
tion ?
Do you want to feel well ?
Do you want a brisk and vigorous feel-
ing?
If you do try KT'NKEL'S BITTER
WINE OF IRON.
1 only ask a trial of this valuable tonic.
Beware of counterfeiters, as Kunkel's
Bitter Wine of Iron is the only sure and
effectual remedy in the known world for the
permanent cure of Dyspepsia and Debility,
and as there are a number of imitations of
fered to the public, 1 would caution the
community to purchase none but the gen
uine article, manufactured by E. F. Kun-
kel. and having his stamp on the cork of
every bottle, lhe very tact that others
are attempting to imitate this valuable
remedy, proves its worth and seaks vol
umes in its favors.
Sold only in $1 bottles. Sold by Drug
gists ond dealers everywhere.
Proprietor, No. 259 North Ninth street,
Philadelphia, Pa. 12-ldwlm
LOCAL COLUMN.
Mothers, Mothers. Mothers.
Don't fail to procure MRS. WINSLOWS SOOTH
IXti SYRUP for all diseases incident to the period
of teething in children. It relieves the child from
l-uiii. cures wind colic, regulates the niiwels. and hy
i giving relief and health to the child, gives rust to
! '"cr. Be sure aim call for
, -mrs. wtnslows southing syrup."
j For suie by all druggis s. UBtawMai
m
HOSADAL1S in used in the practice of, and en
dor-ed by some of the leading Physicians throntrh
out the land. They are induced to do thin from thi
fact that its formula in published around each hot
tie. so that the physician knowing its component
parts, and beins already acqnaiuted with their
properties, prescribe it with all confidence.
N'lCHOLASVlLLB, K)'., Feb.. 17, ISfid.
Gentlemen : 1 have seen the effects of "Rosada!
is' on patiente in my own practice, and take plea
sure In attesting to its merits as a very powerful al
tenitive. Iu cases of Scrofcla, Rheumatism, Sec
ondarv Srphilis. Ac. I always recommend it.
Very truly, yours, J. S. SPARKS, M. D.
Manhood ! Womanhood ! Marriage !
sots Pnres. illustrated, fine plntcs, sent post-paid fof
, ents. by Dr. V 'ntli-r, (117 St, Charles Street, St
1,ii .is, Mo the great Specialist. Read Us card.
Extra Special Notice.
BEWARE OF COUNTFRFEITS.
Smith's Tonic Syrup has been counterfeited, and
the counterfeiter brought to iref.
Smith's Tonic Syrup.
The pennine article musi have Dr. John Bull's
private stamp an each bottle. Dr. John Bull only
hss the right to m iniitacture and sell the original
John .1. Smith's Tonic Svrnp, ot Louisville, Ky
Examine well the label on each boille. If my
private stamp is not on ench ooltte. do not pur
cha-e. .r you will he deceived. s my column
.utvertii-emeni.. and my show card 1 will prusu.
cnte any one infrinj;tn' on my ritrlit The genuine
Smith's Tonic Syrup enn only he prepared by my
seif. I lic public's servant,
Dr. JOHN BULL.
Lolllsvi.le, Nov. 5, lHlill iall21-d&wlv.
DR GOFF WILL GIVE HO REWARD
for any case of rieminal Weakness, Pri
vate or Kemaie Disease that his remedies
raiitiot cure. He is a iriaduate of a first
meuiCHI Ollefe. V.'in il 1 lirS ITlVlllL'
iuii unoi-ination free, ham prices O
omen! .0 mineral poisons used: Writeat
see asi save your health and money.
DR. A. ('. GUFF,
M O&mtmljf Syracuse, N. Y
Jiiirk
GOOD ADVICE AND POETRY.
Ti sn, '-Aiiythiuj; that Fits.-'
ngtc Oil is '-deatli on Fits.',
Majic Oil is dellcions. thank Konne for this!
All pain It cures ipiickly for mother or miss,
Goes riirht to the trouble, rubbed In w ith the palm
A- sure as you'r faithful "II orks like a charm."
The directions plimse follow.hnt nse your own skil
In Siiruin- and Neuralgia, but bathe with a will
Used outward and inward it never does harm
In Headache OTColic -li works like a Charm."
Sore threat from f'at.irrh.or from Cold in the Head
Or ( hi Is from a Cold Hint would keep TOO in bed,
Ma.'ic tin performs wonders, and acts like a balm
tor itarfrlin.orSwatiilu--It works like a charm."
II cures yon sn nicely, it makes you feel brave.
Ho that ordinary pain is a luxnrv to have.
Matflc Oil in Dyspepsia gfeea a helins so calm.
Tne stomach iu glee aays "It works like a charm."
The "toot horn of fame" moat nsuallv lies!
Wo UK Maic Oil cures took the folks bv surprise
l ie claims that it made caused wondrous alarm.
The trial now shows that "It workB like a charm.'
WM. RE.NNE & SONS, luannfacturem. Plttsfield.
Mass.
K,,!i'r- eall for It where vou trade Sold In
Rock Island by John Benasion and E. Bruenart.
K
iclder'sTontc Powder
Aanre elief for Dtsfkpsia and all d sea-es
arisinj; from derangement of the digestive
ortrans. Contaiaini: the best Tonics and
AittiMATir Si'tm.'i r, in n ,!i.l !..-. 1 1.
the most ecouomical article in use. It dissolves in-
fuM,1"" W1 or PiTiu my b,; added.
S IOW ELL & (JO.. Charle town. Mas-.
K
idder's Pastilles.
ure relief for Asthma.
Price, 40c. by mail,
s I owki.i. a m
LIFE BALSAM.
Is Prompt, ReliaUt, safe
aid Pleasant, em$eftiifDt-
ly, the Greatest Remedy of
the Age f,r COltiBS,
COLDS, BRowmm
PmflONli, WlftP
IMC COlttH CROUP, and
all PiImBary aflVetitas
Positively the most reliable remedy in
the market for what it is recommended.
The united voice of all that have used it
are enough to prove its wonderful effects
in arresting all diseases of the Throat and
Lungs.
Consumptives should not rest until they
try DR. HEDGES PULMONIC LIFE
BALSAM, primarily because in the end
it will secure to them health.
Secondarily, because it will give to them
comfort and freedom from coughing.
Every forerunner or producer of con
sumption, such as Coughs, Asthma, Bron
chitis, &c, are speedily cured by DR.
HEDGES' PULMONIC LIFE BAL
SAM. There are ten reasons why every family
should have DR. HEDCES' PULMONIC
LIFE BALSAM :
!. It is the cheapest. Large Bottles
for 50 cents.
2. It is much more pleasant to take.
8. It is more effectual.
4. It is simple, safe, and certain cure
5. It is adapted to both old and young.
j. It is warranted to give satisfaction.
7. It is composed entirely of herbal bal
samic medicines.
S. It is the most popular medicine in
the murket.
9. Because physicians are prescribing
it.
10. Because every family that has had
it will not be without it.
MANUFACTURED AT THE LABO
RATORY OF
W. 1 lEtHE'-:. & 0.
Southeast cor. of Main & Center St8.
For sale by all Druggists r.nd Country
Merchants.
For sale in Rock Island bv SMITH &
BONNE V. tues
A . LOEB,
THE FIRST-CLASS
MercKant Tailor
H AS XOW OPEN FOR INSPECTION AN El.E
jrant lanrfaiBI of
French, Fnglit7mtnd German
mm & mwm
IN SPRING STYLES.
All the Choicest St'lectJoiis of tlie :t-. . In freh,
dt i-iraDh pafinrMjnr tbc
Custom Department !
Tht public are cordially invited to examine these
goods, and solicited to leave their orders for a
niont FASHIONABLE ST'IT, where perfect litting
yarmetlta arc pnaranteed at all times.
A. LOEB,
MERCHANT TAILOR & CLOT HER .
4 tldtf
THE PIONEKR CL0THIH0 HOUSE
WALKER & DODGE,
Sncceptori to
E. II. SMYTH.
MERCHANT TAILOHS !
Wholesale i;nd Retail Dealers in
BENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
MEN'S AND BOYS-READY-MADE
CLOTHING
Of the Latest Styles aud most Fashionable Patterns.
Alpo a complete stock ol
Hats and Cap
TSAVELHT3 BA9S, TJMBEELLAS, C.
PATENT OVERALLS -Without Bnckles. But
tons or button-holes.
Our stock is New, Compl-te and of the Latest
Patterns. We have only one price, aud puaranlee
satisfaction.
WALKKf DODGE
Comer Illinois and Rale Streets;
5 50BI
K11.'
k l-laud.
The Man that did not look around
when he wanted a Stove.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS '
$2,500 yeae
rf w made with our splendid
COMBINATION PROSPECTUS
S n3S! "mi,lc nd etJle and binding 0(
80 nrMMBLI tSTEREsriTO and nsefnl hook" that
sell In every family. Best thing evkr tkie,. v
. ""' AKOTS NraS. tl make a pKIISIT.
2L BC6INE8S ou th. H works In everv rmi
wpeetu- sent po-i,.,id on receipt of price. $i 50
r circulars and i i, mi Jjl 1 fi S
POTTER & CO., Pabli8t,er,,T-nilIpnia. I'a.
CUSHING'S MANUAL
OF PARLIAMENTARY PRACTICE
RnleB of proceeding and debate in Arm
asaemhlii-e. An Isdispevsable hand-r.,k
IVKBA MPMREB OF a DELIBERATIVE BODV and thi-
authority in a 1 the States.
"The most nathoritative cxponnder of American
parliament! y law -( has. Sumner.
Price, BK ccn s. Sent by mail on receipt of nrice
Addn s THOMPSON.BKOWS Q. .Bitou,Mai..
OMPANW
A WEEKLY PAPER I
YOUNG people;
AN D THE
FAMILY;
ri MM: i tsMJAAifUN uuue to be . favuritv in
I erj lamily looked for eagerly bv the youn"
fulKs. ami read with interest by the older. Itt pur
pose is tu intereet while it amuses: to be jadiriouf.
practical, et-usihie : and to have really permanent"
wor.h. while it attracts for the hour.
U is handsomely illustrated, and has for contrib
mors some of the most attractive writers In thi
conntrv. Among these are :
Edward EgolcrTOS,
I'ROJi.jAJiES DeMillk,
LorisA Id. Alcott,
Rebecca 11. Davi,
t'. W. Fl.ANDEUS,
S. S Robbins,
Db. I. L Havk.
Lorisk C. MOTT-TOX.
Sophia Mat,"
C. A. Stephens,
HCTH t llEsTEUFIEI.il
M. A. Dexstsos.
Its reading is adapted to the old and vonng. i
very varied m its character; sprightly and enter
taming. It gives:
-tortes of adventt.t1e,
Letters of Travel,
Editorial itox Cub
bum Topics.
Stories of Hose An
School Life.
Taies. PiiETRT.
Selections for Decla
Historical Ari ici.es.
mation'.
Biographical Sketches. Anecdotes. Purat.as,
nBUUlUt S ARTICLES. TACTS .N"D INCIDENTS
SUCSCRI HTION PRICE. ?1 50.
ies sentjfree. Address
Specimen e
op
PERRY, MASON & CO,
i
41 Tebple Place, Boston, Ma
S20 SAVED !
To meet the urgent demand of the times the
Florence Sewing "Machine Company
have determined to
reduce:prices.
and will hreaf.er soil their $r& Machiru' for $45.
and other Btftea In proportion.
THE FLORENCE
is the ONLY Sewing Machine that feeds the work
backwar ; and forward or m right and left, as the
p rchascr mav prefer. It has been crreatlv tlt
PROVED A.N 1) SIMPLIFIED, aud is far better than
any other machine iu the market.
IT IS NOW THE CHEAPEST.
Florence. Mass.. X.iv. 1. 73. Airents XV anted.
M M. II. SUARI' & CO.. m State St.
Chicago ins.
RICH FARMING LANDS!
FOR SALE VERY CHEAP I
THE BEST INVESTMENT !
No Fluctuations! Aiwayi Improving in Value!
The ealth of the Country is made b the Advance
in real Estate.
NOW IS THE TIME!
Millions of a res offtie finest lands on the conti
nent. in EasTEUK Nebraska. ih,w for le many
of them ik-i er before in the market -ai prices tba't
Did 1 CUM-ETITIOS.
Fire ani Tec Tears Irtdl. 3:vra, with latsrest tt Six ?:
:ett.
The Lund liranj Bonds of the Company taken at
par for lands. They can now be purctianed at a
larL'e discount.
fcjfFiiI! particulars civen ; new Guide with new
Map untiled free, by addressing
O. F. DAVIS.
Land commissioner, U. P. R. R..
Omaha, Nrr.
lQ;i day gmsmteed to Agents, tddrrs O. M.
IO Si ili-. i I t St. Paul st..Baliimoie,Ma.
I7T !Vi? 1 lNl'K WS BURNER
riPI FOR 80S CHIMNEIS
made by 1'I.I'ME ,v ATWOOD, produces the lar
est liiTht. i an be used on any coal oil lamp. For
sic Dj n mini) neeerrs.
"TD" noM VNi V. uii SOI L i ll ARMING '
B How lithe, si x tBMJ fascinate, nd i-ain Un
love and afficiions of any pi r-on they choose, in
stantly. This sii.iple nienr.il acquirement all can
MBB free, hy m ii!. for cents: together with a
Marriage (inide. Eevptian Oracle. Dreaam, Hints in
Ladi. s. A queer book. !w.mm snii! Ail.lr.-s- T
WILLIAM & CO, PnbhVkem, phQadi Iphia.
Frt nch and Amer can Jewelry. Bo..ks. Lames. Ac,
in their own localities. No Cental needed. C'ata
loeue.T. ms. Ac . sent Fbek. P. O. VIi KEin &
t'O , Ausrnsta. Maine.
A DVERTISERS' GA7.ETTK. BOpagea. Sent
-XV by mail forW c. Adur s- GEO P KOWE1.1.
& CO, 41 Parx Row , New Yora.
CRfMH'S,
inji.
the bMbbD OafMUt
rd. uil" neq part ol
tin- lit.muhi.u .nr Jia
pAssajjrs -v : I y vbTVI
givtv ra ni,ii : from lat
t.ry on ir'i,'i
a ocvA Ihrpai
mm k rui mp. v
in-idAwiv
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Gift Enterprise.
GIFT ENTERPRISE
9 ! The oalv Beliable Sift Distribution is the
Coun'.r.
D. SINES TWENTIETH
Grand annual Distribution,
To be drawn Thursday, Jan. 1st, 74.
$200,000 00
IN VALUABLE GD?TS ! !
GRAND CAPITAL PRIZE,
$20,000 IN GREENBACKS'
ONE GRAND CASH PRIZE OF
$10,000 IN GREENBACKS'
BKE CASH m OF 5,188 DOLLARS II GKEIfii '
ONE PRIZE $3,ooo.
SIX PRIZES
TEN PRIZES sons
S50TI fJold airtl Silver Ij-vrr Hnntii"' "f1 'loeiO H)
worth from (y) to
. aci
Coin Silve' V. st Chains. Si
and P 'ile-nle4
Silver-waiw. J. s rJ-
wiou sxw.it ami. ss.ooc na t'-;:1 "M".
AGENTS WAKTKP TO SBLI. JItEETS, to
Cirrula-s.i"iin,nfnn" : $rt ;sderip
tion of h.' i naum r of drawin other informa
ilZ hi reference to the Distri ;" be sent to
lion in r. ,l, . letters must K .a
anv oiieoriraiBK
dress' " to
WAIN OFTtCfc.
,0 W. Firth 6t.
D. SINE. Box 86,
Cincinnati, 0.
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