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: i w.v 5 v. AW Ttt" I NOTES HERE AND THERE. AWJNUUJN WiiJXLBiiN 1 0. flawHtf twn ! ' MflU IU ilL.il 1JUC1 DUliiilCl r vw v v . , I - - I - I 1 CITY Independent in Everything Saturday, January 10, 1874. OFFICIAL PAPER- . . nt the City, t Twenty Cents per wiw, or ClNrdcceWed atTna Argi's Oai- ' Wanted. To exchange for Rock Island residence property, valuable, improved farming land n Kansas, situated on the Central Branch of the U. P. R. R. Address, J. S. Drake, Rock Island, 111. BUSINESS CARDS. KENWOBTHY & BEARDSLEY, LAW AND ABSTRACT OFFICE. ROOMS IN Court House. Jno. T. Kenworthy,Ja, MBrards- M. M. STURGEON, - - -..tin.TJT Ti AT I A TTORNEY A1J WU.n "j,,.. Rock Islana, in. vmce m gwt A Block. "wn P T. McELHERW .. l i , w AT TAW ATTORNEY AND BWg"-" 7iiiT unlll,nr In I lhHWT OH1CC OPPOSlte T."S.,i ot Island. 111. 8-3Ua UCt 1B1BUU nuure, wly EDWARD D. .W-EKEY. WILLI A JACK80S SWEENEY & JACKSON, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW 03 -Cor. Eagle .ad Illinois streets. Rock sl nd, llUnols. II tmU C. J. JOHNSON & SON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. rr-offl(e. Room No. SO, Block, Rock Island, Illinois. Mitchell & Lynde'B 1U-1 1 com For cheap Christmas prescnts-the Bos ton Bazaar. i fi.r.m pnld in the head, i w wnu suuci v. vrtu i u -n a Pntarrh onutt. otn- snouiu ii y ii"" 11 ing like it. . . 1- Tl J TT ,. P T ..J t K(X K. -lSiailU HUUSC l" fice for livery carnages or hacks Noiice Your State, county,and city taxes are due H.C. Ci.eaveland, lOdtit Township Collector. Stader's Bath rooms.under the Rock Is land House, are neatly fitted up for ladies or gentlemen. Hot and cold baths every (jay. i-ivuiBij. Jonas Bear the Buford Block clothier, will sell you new and clean goods cheap- er mail tuc uui aw - i till l l 1 1 U 11 V'lH k!VWV.. The Weather To-Day. The following shows the temperature IHnr nrs IIVVK'E lO Uiiy, as in- a v i i i j w - ' rlinatod bv thermometer: w is- above zero. ! 19 . 26 above zero. it A. M. SO' " I " All L-inrls of fanov handkerchiefs for pres ents at the Boston Bazaar. E. E. PARMENTER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over Mitchell A Lynde's Bank.Rock Island Illinois. U-1'.tdt.m G. BOUND OVER. B. SH AFFER, successor to E. W llcox, Tailor, i........ n,.,,ir,.r i.Yi'ciiti'H all work en trusted to him with care and promptitude, and at 7 . i .. ur...t i.-...,!.. .tp..ui if.w-L Is nnd low rsicn. ouup, ......... - House block. !;9dil Dr. J. W. Stark, Dentist. ROOMS NEXT DOOR TO THE TELEGRAPH OF flce, Illinois street, Rock Island. All kinds of Dental Work donu in the most approved styles Charges reasonable. 6-17dtf THOMAS YATES, is PREPARED TO DO PLUMBING IN ALL ITft I branches, also, Uas and Steam Pitting. Call and have estimates made before ordering your work done by other parties. THOMAS YATES. (Levce.)Rock Island. Jl-Wdtf G. W. LAWRENCE, M. D., Homceopathist Physician and Surgeon. (Successor to R Office in Hull's Block,... B. Jenks.i ...Rock Island. III. All orders oromDtly attended to day or night -dlv J, ZIMMERMAN & CO., AMSMMMW r FIRST CLASS PIANOFORTES Wareroom and Frctory, No Main street DAVENPOHT, IOWA Also wholesale agents for Taylor and Farl. v Or (MM. 12-17dly ALLEN, STEPHENS & CO., BANKERS, NEW YORK. Nc H 24 Fine St., nir...-t all letters to P. O. Box 30H AVE ORGANIZED A DOMESTIC BANKING business In New tort t'liy, wiui a maymi nerlallv devoted to the care Of BBTWWwaf COOnts, and can attend to them better than any in corporated banks in the ciiy, which are organized mor. for city business. Four per cent, allowed on daily balances. Accounts rendered ami interest credited monthly All orders to buy or sell stock on speculation posiilvcly declined. C an sell good bonds of cities, counties. Sts.tcs.ctc. but thev must be first class. Everv kind o( legitimate bankin:: business done. 11-ifxltf For the Argus. Service may be expected, in the Presby toriftn church, to-morrow morning, ber- k,. if.,, .T R TM-ralister. It a sec ond sfrvipft is held, notice will be given from the pulpit, in the morning. L Won please copy. Complimentary. Ti.o TTinm nUnfii i very low estimate ii ii. hi the character and honor of Mr. Cra mer. the engineer at the water works, by sayiug that the report he made ot a test ot coal will generally be understood to mean sirnr.lv 'Tmess vou report in favor of my coal you can pack your traps and leave." A New Order. The new order of Patrons of Industry is n nv attracting a great deal of attention. Tt is designed to act in concert with the ' order of Patrons of Husbandry, but is or- i ganized on a broader basis, as it includes every industrial pursuit. Articles explain 11 ho found in this J I'll- l '1 ,11 6-1, 1. ...... ..... j paper. ) Drop In,' is the inviting sign hung in front of :i Rum Shanty on Main street. It means that the poor laborer homeward boond shall drop in and drop his hard earnings into the till and take a dose ot poison it) return. It uuans that the young .i,.,ll 4mm In mi,! Arrui Mi eood name lllltll - I I . I I UIV-- m . . m and habits in exchange for a reputation as a drunken bummer; it means that you arc expected to drop in and throw to the winds all irorid resolutions, your hopes and pleas ant dreams m tuture success wiui youi wife and little ones.and accept.in exchange, the present approbation of the whisky ven der, his future kicks and curses when you are peoni tm.Molme Editor of the Dm enporf Gazette. The name is not a new one, but it is wrongly spelled. In eastern cities the name is vcrv common, but it is spelled : 'Dew Drop Inn." vo Much Does Bninner Know About It V Lord John Hawley, C. M. from this Dis trict, having secured the Chairmanship of the Committee on Claims a position where a man can easily get good "divvies" for hurrying up a claim, or keep the claim in his nneket. until the claimant comes down," naturally wanted a man tor cierx to his committee who understood the su- vi:. f "nclrlition. division and si- l'liu:i ai i . lence." He therefore sent for Geo. C. Smithe, of the Cambridge Chronicle Smithe is a good Hawley man,of course,and he and Hobbs (Post Othce editor ot the Iren eseo Republic) being both supplied with an office will now see that the Republicans of FTpnrv choose Hawley delegates. Smithe rvs on to Washington and, under pay from the United States, devotes his time to writing articles for his Cambridge week v naner. in Hawlev's interest, and also to the business of "addition, division and si- ence " Those who have claims to be act- ed on bv Hawlev, naturally seek an inter view with Smithe (Hawley s clerk) and lay- before him the facts about the merits ot their claim. This part of the business is bore to Smithe. What does he care about the merits ot the claim.'' lhats a matter of very small importance with this Credit Mobilier-Secor-Chorpening Administration, It is "divvies" that M.C's and their clerks want. The claimant goes on relating the merits of his claim. These long yarns become a bore to Smithe,and he says "Yes.that's all right, of course; but the main thins is to have your papers made up right." Then the claimant gets Smithe to take memorandums so as to make the naners uoproperlv. Then follows another Ions storv about the merits of the claim. Smithe gets sick and tired of hearing about the merits of the claim and says J, yes, I s' nose that's all right ; but, hoic much Anam Sw'sw hmnin about it- and then iihnintlv leaves the claimant to his cogita tions. The poor man goes away uimuug over Smithe's conundrum, and can't solve it. "How much does Spinner knoic about itf'he keeps repeating,to himself. "Why, nothing, of course." The poor man don't know Spinner and Spinner don't know him or his claim. -'Spinner! Spinner ! who the d-1 is Spinner? he says to brmselt. "(. ho !" he suddenly ejaculates. "I have it ii ow, Spinner's name is on all the irreenbaakB. and they are what Smithe and Hawley want. The man with a claim has solved the conundrum. ext day he eaUs in Smithe again and contrives to leave h his hand when he greets him a hundred doIhiT greenback, or a five hun dred or a thousand, according to the na ture and magnitude of the claim and says T have got Spinner s testimony, on pa per." Smithe understands "addition, di vision and silence," and says : "'tis well ,..ii Mwnml it" And thai man's claim nv ii - v. t v m stands a good chance r a favorable report the Committee on 1 l I'lll 'I.1 VMS I - Claims. And our good Uncle Samuel con tinues to pay Smithe his salary for editing kis paper, and Hawley continues to grab bis front paf with surprising regularity. And the neonle sro on paving double price to the Protection Pirates and double taxes to the office-holders. MEDICAL. Pr Sharp s Specific cures Dyspepsia, LWW Com plain.. ' ' ms.lpation. Vomiting of foj Mo.m ten Wai r HrW Heartburn. Low Spirit-. Ac In th rtv-tl.e year, never failing to cur,- the -tlnste eases. Sold by druggists generally. Depot 11- Kiglrh street. New York. Circulars ma led on 1 ipM ,0 n Sold by BUI Do-hler- 11 dw.to Write for a Price List to J. H. JOHNSTON. GREAT WESTERN II IB III I I Dreecli Loading Shot OSWlMO to W- Double gaoi bum. n to ue s ngie gum, tato !. fles, $x to H75. Kev.dvers. . to MB. PWoU, $1 to fs. Gun Material. Fishing Tackle, Ac. Large dis couSts to dealers or clubs. Army Guns, Revolvers, etc.. bought or traded for. (ioods sent by express C. O. D. to be examlued liefore paid lor Patrons of Husbandry. JOSEPH SEYMOUR & SON, M A N 0 F ACTC UI N ( i Silversmiths & Jewelers ti Montgemcry St., SVUACUSE, R. Y. We are now prepared to furnish Granges with Full sets of Jewels r..r oncer BegaUa I fl P) W Full Set ol Working Tools and I as, I . ) 7 Spud. Heaping Bo and Shepherd s ( rook 7 Diu.. i i , ..I.,, ,vt,h voiir order. It Send I'osiooice i 1 1 .-. wi,.. . - - - will save cxprescc.ollectlon. Uivc name ot place of yoUr UMmm sEYMOUH A SON. 101WAw8m Syracuse, N. Y. ROCK ISLAND Commercial College -AND- Telegraphic Institute ! DAY AND NIGHT SESSIONS. Life Scholarship BU months " , Include Book -Keeping, Science of Acconnn, Spciicerlaii W rtttaf, oumierciul. Law, Shonhanu, Ijiiiii. mid Hr.iwiug. , u W ritiUL- and Arithmetic and Kngl'sh subjec s for : mouths, Shor. hand $lS.i-l ""l leK!'"' for full course. NIGHT SCHOOL. Writing ml Ariil.mcic fr 1 ,".onth i fo.d's Block. FREY, 1-rlncipal. .. o 11 l(i-tdiim P. o. iiox aan. Another Republican Rebel. Special to the St. Louis Republican. 1 Wa8HINOTON,D. C. Jan. s. Mr. Kasson to-day led off on the part of the Anti-Mono-p..ly party h the H -tise in speech el great power and boldness agtiinst the education al bill, taking the ground that it was a step towards centralization and anotner as sault of the federal power against the rights of a State. He also opposed it OO the grounds that it was part and parcel ot the public laud policy of the Republican ... loct tivolvp venrs. which he i.uiy no nit v....- . denounced, and to put an end to which he said, was one of the main objects ot the great reform movement now sweeping over the West. His position seemed to he ac cepted by the Eastern monopolists,Repub lieans and Southern Carpet-baggars as a gage of defiance to the administration, ami the Representative of the latter clement. Roderick K. Butler, tooR streuuous wit h Kasson. The speech of the Iowa re former, however, was the sensation ol the day, and opened the eyes of a good many, hitherto skeptical, to the fact that there is u big break in the Republican party. Do vou want dry and fancy goods cheap f the "Boston Bazar. So svm pathetic and humane observer Fancy boxes, Albums, cheap, at Boston Bazaar. Salary-Grab Debate in the TJ. S. Senate. I Sue. iul Pistiatch to the Chicago Tribune. u icLiivM-rnv- D (' .Tun ft From the tvinnnr in u.7 hfh thev suuirnied and tossed lllduuvt an "'uvi. "-J i about, it was evident to the spectator that - t vi .1., t Ii r Mr. r lanajran s rtcpuoiican iiwuuo v nlnased to-dav OCUttlv Wilt UVW iuiuivovV r - .U..f rrnnl Oman KSlif'OCll On Ult' 01JI"3 bill, But the Texas Senator is not the l."-..l mltl XT ho deterred from tvuna ii """ . , i.;.w, uia mttJ o not. onlv voted tor ct-(iiviiir; ma s - , : oir q fill hn pi- - na v. but he US proud of it. and is going to oppose with his vote and influence tneenort maMiig mi rei.eal of the salary-grab. Toshow that he arac in (.arnest in the matter, and to give i.:.. -i.o ,,,.T-n iniiirlit Mr blanagan. Ills iciudia.1 uiun. .. ..j,..-, r , rri ...,.vr,;nT .ViPi-L-ed out ot the treasury llllff HIUHIUI&. 1 , his back-pay, and. when he had become well warmed up with his subject, drewlrom t.iininir the CTISli His hium;i auwov..... -.-o - irreen-ttacks, and stiameiessiy ujuu them in the face of his brother Senators. 'Thar it is in thousand-dollar bills, ex claimed the piping old man, '"Thar it is and I would like to see some-one take it from me." There was no ettort maae w rob the old hard-shell sinner, but undoubt- No sympathetic anu nuu. , witnessed the can have failed to notice the reck ess ca e- ully the c weresome tQ lessncss shown in our stiamnies wo f, Kl, his ill-r-otten cains. flictioa of Physical pain upon .the innocent - J T "OT. tho hundreds, of NOTES HERE AKD THERE. Pleasant, but chilly. Tom Thumb at Dart's Hall, this eve- mnsr. The ice packers are at work on oylvan Water. P. L, Cable arrived home, from New York, this morning, The Blonde Little Sheet is trying to get into the good graces of Policeman Roatch. lfiilir who Inst tho 3 900 in bonds at Dubuque generously thanked the boy who found and returned them, but then times are so hard, you know. Only 327 men have, during the last week,sent in to this paper "A plan for im- proving tne currency. ny inis omw tlOn, tlUS nOlUlUg uaCK. I leiruu J. ramm. "How many deaths last night f m l .i, .-in a nurse. iiie, was ine repiy. ny, l medicine for ten." "Y take it' Hnahnn.lrvin Stenhen . nntc arc rliapuaaincr the nronrietV ot sou C I ' l. 11 " v . ... , " l - v - , employing a lawyer to attend every session of the board ot supervisors, ana wscea interest ot tne tax-payers. AYo vorv iviiiih reirret to hear tllftt J hmm Putnam is sufferinff from a disease of the lungs. We trust that so promising a young man is not to be lost to tne pwuc thus earlv in his usefulness. Vp have some hone that the Union dprs tci see the fig- Villi JV.V fviuiu ' w ures in relation to the taxes assessed upon the people of this city, tor this year, com nared with the nrevious year. Partv tips are no loneer as binding as they were five years ago ; a spirit of unrest ; ahroa.il. which at anv moment ui3 sweep the country like a hurricane Washington Kepnbucan- (iiep.) Ohio papers say that there was not one word of truth in the extensively pub lished story that in a quarrel at a shooting match in that State on Christmas, a man named Stowe shot his brother through the heart and was himself instantly lynched by the other participants in the match. The Dixon Telegraph gives a speci men freight bill over the Chicago & North western Railway. Six hundred pounds of roarohnnHisP were transported irom iew York to Dixon. The charges from New York to Chicago 900 miles -were $1.98, and from Chicago to Dixon 100 miles $. 65. A mass convention of farmers, and others whose interests are identinea witn them, wili be held at the Court House at Morris, Grundy county, BL on the 28th instant, for the purpose of organizing a Congressional Farmers Association to co operate with and be auxiliary to the State Farmers' Association. A boy passing through, the cars of the v.rip Utiilrotui the other momiiis with an illustrated nMK of "Nothing to Wear. v ln.lv rpiinirked. "T suppose that takes off the ladies ?" "No," said a gentleman 'if tui-,u ,,ff thp'ir dresses "then, re- 11 t trvt fii iivn - - - - - - joined the lady, "it is quite proper that stripling should sell it. .The raft fit' lumber which was brokeu up on the rapids recently belonged to dealer named Shorey, from the pineries. It was torn away from Hamilton docks by thP moviiisr ire. where it was tied up l;it fmU Men were at work taking it out lor iul.. - ' - 1 4'ir.ir nt li mo it wlion the ice broke ui t'if aronow trrounaeu oti tlie roeks at Campbell's chain. Tlw. w.ieietv snoken of in iHF. Ar.ii s reeentlv. as earrvinsr on a series ol snmriso narties in the upper part ot tin: countv, surprised the taimiy ot k. is. .ios i;n Ran of Knrna. on Tuesday evening. 'ne fitJ fillimr their larare residence and r" : m.- t. c .1... n t,oe i n 1 me.muera 01 luc .IVI) rtj'lllj IMHWW. " society are called "filibusters, on account of the frequent and unexpected raius mej make upon the premises oi meir menus "1 .L.n't believe much in the Bible, iU AAlloman tn an old Otiaker. "llOC: . 1 L i . . I. . ' 1 . . . . . . . - -V"- thee believe in France? "Yes, 1 do. 1 never saw it, but 1 have reliable prool tV.nt there is mifth a countrv." "Then thee iloen.it lielieve anvthing unless thee or thy reliable menus nave seen it i he' sure 1 wont." "Did thee ever see thy brains? "No. Ihd thee ever know any body that has seen thy brains?' ''o.' "Does thee believe thee has any Drains r The city of (ialesburg promises a re newal ot the temperance war. and proud It in active hostilities between opposing forces of license and anti-license on tt e recurrence of the charter election next spring Already the public temper mentincra recentlv held have aroused the opponents of license to still another periodical effort to prohibit the sale of in toxicating batters as beverage within the city limits. TO this end subscriptions a proximating inthc aggregate to nearn iwu thousand dollars have been pledged to the existing anti-license association. Seated comnlexion powder for sale by Smith & Bonny and fcrnil Koehler, and C. Speidel. Madison street, has JUT. Otuuc, ii 1 proven his reliability as a thorough practi tioner. See his card in another column. DAm'c Pvirairii TVIpn and "women will suffer from a severe headache, when ten minutes spent in bathing the head with the extract will anora reuei. No More Gray Hair. Natures Hair Restorative brings back the original color. t is not a dve, and clear as crystal. con tains aotbing iniurious. See advertise ment. Our readers will certainly thank us for advising them to keep in their houses, for use, Renne's Pain Killing Magic Uu. It is said to be the best remedy for painful complaints ever discovered. It works like a charm." Pestilence. A cure and sure prevent- ive. Dr. McCabe s Itenownea xueoicaieu Rlackberrv Brandv has acquired such a high reputation for the speedy cure of all bowel affections, that unprincipled scamps have resorted to almost every repreheusi- t ble devise to steal its reputation and tnus perpetuate a fraud on the public by using similar bottles with similar labels to the well known genuiue,filled with a trash del eterious to lite and health. E. F. Ktinkel'g Bitter wine of Iron ... .. e has never been known to fail in tne cure m weakness, attended with symptoms ; indis position to exertion ; loss of memory ; ait ficulty of breathing ; general weakness ; horror of disease; weak, nervous tremb ling; dreadful horror of death; night sweats; cold feet; weakness; dimness of vision ; languor ; universal lassitude of the muscular system ; enormous appetite, with dyspeptic symptoms ; hot hands ; flushing nf the bodv : dryness of the skin ; pallid countenance and eruptions on the face, purifying the blood ; pain in the back ; heaviness of the eyelids ; frequent black pots riving betore tne eyes wiui wmpw 1 ' ,.J 1 I :U . ..f at- ry sun usiou and loss in ig in , nam.i tention, etc. t hese symptoms an arise from a weakness, and to remedy tn at use F. Ki'NKEL s liitter wine oi iron, it never fails. Thousands are now enjoying health who have used it, lake only ft. J?. Kinkkl's. Beware of counterfeits and base lmita- sions. As lvunKei 8 miter i iubui is too well known all over the country, drug- eists themselves make an imitation aunuj to palm it off on their customers, when thev call it IVunKei s mixer i me oi huu. KunkeTs Bitter ine ot Iron is put up miy in $1 bottles, and has a yellow wrap- ;i,. ,,i,i ..n the mitsKie. witn tne nro- ICI 1 1 1 V v 1 .... ' prietor's photograph on the wrapper ot each Ijottlc. Always Iook tor ine miuw graph on the outside, and you will always be sure to get the genuine article. John lJengston agent ior noca. jsiuim. 1-ltbVwlm LOCAL COLUMN. BOSAftAia laawd Inth- practice of.anderi tOTKdbj Homo ..f leadtag PhyBician, throngh , Ih). mud. Thoy arc induced to do tnie from the fact that its formula is published around each bot tle, so that the physician knowing its component parts, and being already acquainted with their properties, prescribe it with all confidence. inml kSVIl.l.K. KV.. tCD.. ll, ISO"... Is the most economical Baking Powder for the Consumer in use. WHY ? Because it is full strength, consequently fifty per cent, cheaper than any other Pow der sold. It requires less quantity. Contains no injurious acids. Ts warranted chemically pure. Will make better, lighter, and more nu tritious Biscuits, Rolls, Muffins, Pastry, Puddings, &c, than made from fermented The Champion, wherever introduced.has taken the lead with all lovers of pure and economical articles, and has given univer sal satisfaction, as is being acknowledge by all. You fret what, vou pay tor. It is put up full net weight in each size package. It is uniform in quality. Tt is made of select and pure materials. Persons with the most delicate and sen sitive stomachs can eat Biscuits, Bread, &e . made with the Champion with impun Jtvr when Bread made from fermented Yeast gives distress, aud can not in many cases be retained on the stomach. PACTS FOR HOUSEKEEPERS. HEDGES' CHAMPION BAKING POWDER will make twenty pouuds more bread from a barrel of flour than can be done by any other Baking Powder. No time required for dough to rise, but hnke in a hot.ouiek oven, as soon as mixed. HEDGES' CHAMPION saves Eggs, Shortening, Milk, &c. The efheaev of its worth, in this respect, tan be tested by the following delicate cake recipe : Two coffee cups white sugar and one half v It . i cup butter, one cottee cup eota water, three cups of flour, white of four eggs, three teaspoons HEDGES' CHAMPION BAKING POWDER, one and a half tea annnnfnl He.Ws' Concentrited Extract o Yanilla. It is put up in neat packages of Quar ters, Halves, and t'outids. ior Family use. And in 5, 10, ana 25 tb. cans. For con venience of Hotels. Packed in barrels or boxes as desired. Manufactured at the Laboratory of W. N. HEDGES & CO., Southeast cor. of Main and Center sts.. SPRINGFIELD OHIO. For sale bv all Retail Dealers. The following are our Wholesale Agents POSTPONEMENT! Fourth Grand Gift Concert FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY Over a Million in Bank SUCCESS ASSURED ! A FULL DRAWING CERTAIN 1 On Tuesday, 31st of March next. In order to meet the general wish and expecta tion of the public and the ticket -holders for the full .... ... ,,f v... n..nlA.,n. .rifta announced for the Fourth Grand Ciift Concert of the Public Library of Kentucky, the management have determined to postpone the concert and Drawing unui Tuesday, March 31, 74. Ttyey have already realized OVER A MILLION DOLLARS, nd have a great mauy agents yet to hear from. No doubt 1 emer.aiueu ui j befo.ethe Drawing, but, whether all are sold or not?the t oncerfaud Drawing will positively and uneuuivocallv lake place on ine uu, u if anv remain unsold prizes wi.l b ticaets. . , . . ... Only W).000 tickets nave Deen ibsucu, uu 12.000 CASH GIFTS m 1,500,000 ! will be distributed among the tiiket-holdere The tickets are printed in coupons, of tenths, anu all trai tional parts will be represented in the draw ing JUsi as wuoie nciteis it- LIST OF GIFTS. .i .. in i... cum i-i!. and thu USO!'.l iuc, .i 'j.. .- reduced iu proportion to the unsom One Grand Cash Gift One Grand Cash Gift One Graud Cash Gilt One Grand Cash Gift One Graud Cash Gift 10 Cash Gifts of ( 10,000 each, Cash Gilts of 5,000 " 50 Cash Gifts of 1.000 " 80 eash Gifts of 500 " 100 Cai-h Gilts of 400 " 150 Cash Gifts of 800 250 Cash Gifts of aOQ MR i!ash Gifts of 100 11,000 Cash Gift of 50 .$250,000 . 100,000 .. 50,000 .. 85.0W0 . . 17,MX) .. 100.000 .. 150.000 .. 60.000 .. 40,000 .. 40.000 .. 45.000 . . 50,000 .. 33.500 .. 550,000 Total, 18.000 Gifts, all Cash, amounting totL500,000 The chances for a gift are as one to nve. PRICE OF TICKE'lS. Whole Tickets, $50 ; Halve-. f2 : Tenths or each coupon $.": Eleven v uoie iickcib ior 'ti Tickets for $1,000; 113 Whole tickets for $5,000; 237 Who .e I Ickets loi $10,000. No discount on less than $500 wo th of tickets. The Fourth Gift Concert will be conducted in all re-pects like the thr. e which have already been giv'-n. and full particulars may be learned from circulars, which will be seut free from this ofnee to all who applv for them. orders foi 'tickets and app'icanons for agencies will be atiended to in the order they are received, and it is hoped thev will be gent in promptly, that there may be no disappoint me ut or 'elay in Ailing all. Liberal terms given to those who Miy to sell a"aiu. All agents are peremptonally required to settle Ui tin ir accounts and return all unsold tick ets by the 30 1 h oi March. 3 THOS. E. BRAMLETTE. A"'l Pub. Lilir. Kv.. and Manager Gifi Ctncert. Public Librarv Building. Louisville, Ky. Tickets ai E. Breunert's or Smith & Bonney's Drug Stores. T&Ufi TO NATURE." This tat-cUfifl Chromo will c given to every snhsrrtber to eOOEY'SLADV'S BOOK0 1874 Whether 10 a single suDscnoer ior i ""V lars. or iu a Club of Six, for Fourteen Dollars. mm irpr j T K Cor Sixth and Chestnut Sts. Ph ladelpnla.Pa - i . j.., rj..i. ..,1.... rll.a Siee lerms iu uiuv p uuu& im Best on canvass- Gentlemen:-! have seen tettecttof ! OuidiiBL Indianapolis, Pittsburg, and is' on Datlcnte in my own ininm TAKES on Sight gaga sun. in attesting to us mem as verj u..v. ...... t. rative In cases of scroicia, niieuuiaui.iu, u. ondary Syphilla, &c, I always recommend it Very truly, yours, J. S. SPARKS, M. D. Manhood ! Wooianhood ! Marriage I -, .1K ,a..vtr..t.l. fine plutes. sent post-paid fof so crntvl"y Dr. WbitOer, 6i7 S. ehrle. strt-et, St 1 oui, Mo'., the great Specialist. Read hi card. mm Mm GOFF WILL GIVB $50 REWARD for anv case of Seminal w mom, rr- ir Female Disease that his remedies cannot cure. lie is a graduate of anrst , lass Medical Colb sre. Circulars giving nformatton tree, low prices, vmei. l! No mineral poioiif used '. rite at and save your health and money. DR. A. C. lii'r iS 10 13d3m& wly Syracuse, N. 1 . Baltimore. H. L. Stiles & Co., CitHiunati, O. Pagget & Co., Indianapolis, Tnd. Put Sale in Rock Island by 9-9Srl-atlvl Henry Dart's Sons. The Man that did not look around when he wanted a Stove. ers. Atrents and salesmen, ukkk akxi i.- fii's familv newspaper gives every suoscrioern run of the largest ami Qnest OLEOGRAPHS two most aiti active subjects, that "lake" on sight-painted bv Mrs Anderson, as contiasts and compunious for her ' Wide Awake-' and -Fast Asleep." Agents have IMMENSE SUCCESS; call it the -best busi ness ever offered canvassers." We furnish the lightest aud hand-omeet outfit, and pay very high . I." V. ...... .nhu. Ni.ni..A ,1" tTllil I 'T coinmis 'Ols. u i-hii "- - delay two beautiful pictures, which are ready tor IMMEDIATE DELIVERY. The paper itsel' stands peerless among lamily journals, tieiua so popular that of its class it has the largest circulation in the world! Emplovs the best literary talent. Edward E""les;on-s seri.l story is just beginning: back chapters supplied to each subnriber. Mrs. Stowe 8 Ion'' expected sequel to My Wife and P" be-ins in tbx new year. Any one wishing a good salary or an independent business. shoulrT seed MO IT8 f,.r circulani and terms to J. B. FORD H ANTED. & ( O . New York, Boston, Chicago, Cincinnati or I San Francisco. Extra Special Notice. BEWARE OF COUNTFRFEITS. Smith's Tonic Syrup ha been counterfeited, and ihu counterfeiter brought to iriref. A Noble Order. creuiui ca biiivii t i j , Lsn ,.n- out i n nofiOSSltV. iJllt kill LliaL v e. unn " " Z r ' . . . ... ... . flint xrt mnv L-illiH devilish cruelty I'M 1111' " vf J UJV-ii uuvt wry up all over the country crying for work or i ' j v., i (;0fin,i mtli liiilillv disDlay- and should he legally looked after. In prcau, ..u t de Vin? those about Kurotie a new method of easing the path in hi. V hind er and dc t n : p to the butcher stall has been introduced dt0 n suit the Au.erican people which is worthy of examination by all PJ2SS SitAere is not one in 1,000 friends of poor dumb animals. An iron a"",1, ..wmls the mean- mask like a continuous blinker, is piaceu wk-pav, and wnt onto prove his ,1k. Imllor-k s head so arranged as to ing ot Dacb. pa , an .... - . 0,.t,.iiii'iits nv reitainK -'j '-"a- c iisethe animal s vision, ana to mwc t ... ' , n tiu general under- hole or socket in the middle of the Bl " h&t tne debilte on tne Salary bill corresponding to the spot in the SnTfinisherJ to-day, and the Senate the ore head whereon a mow iniuiuuia.j , - lv iar lts totai A 1 11 "I i W1 I U. I 1 I I II C tt. I HI'" cause- insensuiinty. v hihi tt a ....l, t tho Riii'Ket. unu '-r cuiiar ii ii ui, uium; w - :., ,. j having a large head,is tlien reaany hupi navinu iuif:u ncuu,- .. - , ;. ?.i ..a Q;.,l.. lilnw of verv mod ill US liauu, auei n o...g.. - . . .1 , ineLiint v home. crate strengiu uuvm u . ---- , j i. iMnndh to allow ol anu cauritin ucui .-f- miffnMinT Exchanae I'aper. tlliv nu,-"E)- v - Ti.0t u 11 verv pretty on paper. But a. rU Tpvns steer don't want ted no little excite t'lllCfcvi'. iv . ., ment tn the Senate this mormug. while discussinc the repeal ol trie salary niu, nv i i l : a ..n;,rr tiikmp ol the uacR-Dav vy us i ,lillli- C7 " - - real name "a steal. What steal? exclaimed L.ogan, exci ..,ll,r '-Hirl vnn sav sU'ill f ii ii. i - ii j y , . , 'VV' retorted Mewart. 11 we have SUllDOSe thC WUU ic l i ca, i v mi v. . w..... - tl,.; irn mask on his head-what are you taken this money unlawf ully, as the people mat 11 ou ua" i Via vp it m n stonl. ai c ill, v., Mr. Logan did not interrupt tne evaaa Senator again. Apparantiy me latter gen tleman understood the meaning of the lan going to do about it ? A Pan for All ., J f thiu StntP I ht' rauioau nmi mines oi ni.j ' i-"- , vL been nrohibited by our Legislature W hc r - frr.m iftsuinc passes,someof the railniad oth 1 l. KtT K. fun lii' frnffltiCr fill i Li, ... . . t . 1 ., i- u?'i thi PntpnniT u burlesque pass. A.M.Mm h,the uenerai - -sc Lrundi!ihuigaloft Passeiiger Agnt of the t , K. 1. & r., is i,,,,.!. j aWRnrinr that he was C w 1 IIUl fl l'U. . ..v. out with one of these annual passes lor prouu 0f having taken it, and would like to From Forney's Philadelphia Press. Some attention is being attracted by a nev- order, established last August, under the title of the Tatrons of Industry. As the name implies, tins association is no consist of workingmen above eighteen, and workingwomen a Dove nueen. au uica m In nnni'in i'S IIIUV DC UCllVCU irilLU a 1C.V .I.O j sentences ol the ore amble to the constitution: "'By industry we thrive. In union we nave success. mnLovo mmr Tn ris'ht, we 1 siclji w--.- r , i might. The lodges are locai, f-iaic anu national, and the degrees are but three in number. The object of the association, which is beneficial, and not oath-bound, is to further the interests of the working classes, and three of the planks in its plat form are specially worthy ot note ' e solicit," say its representatives, "the co operation or woman, because wnnout ner aid success win be less certain. r,ei iiiihniirl ninl brother knows that where he can be accompanied by his wife or sister nn Wanna will be learned but those ot purity and truth." The next point con sists in the suggestion of a co operative purchasing agency, wnereny me necessa ries of lite may be obtained at wholesale prices. The last is political, being in fact a proposition to vote oniy ior sucu i ...i;. !......- o c ,.i ! ,t lie in svmnathv With th nkUiti nf the Order. In all this there Speriul to the St. Until Republican Washington. Jan. 7. The sensation of ot RELIANCE WORKS, WIS. MILWAUKEE. 1 ; if one ZZZ W you - ffiLTSSJSSSTS , 18 for ncatlv urinted, and is Sinith's Tonic Syrup. The genuir.o article; must have Dr. John Bull's private stamp on each bottle, nr. Jonn mnioniy ims the rialrt to manufacture and sell the anginal lolin J. smith's Ionic Syrup, ol Louisville. Ky. fxamtne well the label on each bottle. If my iirivate Stomp U not on each ooltle. do not pur ! ha-e r you will be deceived. See my column idvertisement. and my show card. 1 will prose cute anv on- infringing on my nlit. The genuine Smith's Tonic Syrup can onlv be prepared by my .elf. Thepublic-sservnnt, jQjjjj BULL. Louisville, Nov. . 1860 jan'il-d&wly. (ftr- . r)f per aav ! Agents wanted! All 3J lO vbZU classefi of working people of el- ITieX. JOUIl or oiu, iiiat uii.iir mui" j . " r ue in (heir spare moments, or all the time, than anvthlnu else. Particulars free. Addrees 0. STINSON M CO.. Portland. Maine. HORRIBLE 1 raftered with Catabrii 30 years, and was cured bv a simple remedy Will send receipt, postage fre, to all afflicted. Rev. T. J. MEAD, orawer l.rt, Syracuse. N. Key . .;:- and full Si'fcNCEB, 11" Hanover ai A KIT If Made Kapidlv wi h Stencil and munLi Mheck Outfits ulars FREE. . M. street. Iloston. part. SIB is sioutni 's4tioa piABa ;b perrrja pun ptp qi hbm qxHL r;: good advice and poetry.' Evenings at Home! have MILTON BRADLEY &C0., Tl'SE, get a chance to make another grab Flan- 1 m J ! I, n anoolun let your neighbor use it. Any person can nhtu'in one bv writing to Mr, Smith in Chi ouiaill uue uy miuui, um.." ... mg ui Kick up mwn 'in cago members of the Illinois Legislature ance after the election was over. . . . m. i I .... f ..,!., n,l ilip first betore the recess, being busy attending to the interest of his party there, and in try ing to kick up another Louisiana disturb- lit; aur 11... . 1. . Vit Magic yjii is uea.u uu iw. . Magic Oil is delicious, thank Renne for this! All pain it cures quickly for mother or miss, Qoeti li 'ht to the trouble, rubbed la with the palm. As sure as you'r faithful "It works like a charm. The directions please follow.but nee your own skil In Sprains and Neuralgia, but bathe with a will. Used outward and inward it never does harm, hi Headache ortolic "It works like a charm. Sore throat from Catarrh.or from Cold in the Head Or Chills from a Cold that would keep you iu bed. Magic Oil performs wonders, aim .c mkc 7oTGarfe'liug,orSwathing''It works like a charm. It cures von so nicelv, it makes you feel brave. So that ordinary pain is a luxury to have, if.-, rwi i,. TivsiKosia irives a feeling so calm. Thestomach in" glee says "It works like a charm. ... . mnat tiallftllv MM! onU io by surprise! The claims that it made, caused wondrous alarm. The trial now shows that "It works like a charm.' WM. RENNE & SONS, manufacturers, PitUfleld, Mass. . . o a , . u ,.v.;i, i.i ihu I Inler 111 nil una innv i n i, n..,. vou irane i?oiu in till IMMUI Id ,'l n.' v.. ..... - . lit.lUHi l-nil , is the most enlightened liberality, both as Rock Ulrf bv John Beaatoa and E. Bruenart. to Church aud State, lowaw j which we suppose is meant a manual a-borer-is the only prerequisite for mem bership in persons ot the proper age ; and he only penalty for misconduct is expul- MUU. . -i-r-i-TT-i i nmnnTXTn n . 1 Williams and Presi- MAN KAUIL rlllMJ JJ, ui . j ,.,-. frienrls. vears I dent Urant became rr SPRING FIELD, MASS. Are the Pioneers in the publ cation of Instructive Home Amusements in this Country, and with an experience oi over i .i ho.-., a list nf vi-rv amusing and entertaining games, embracing iustnu tiou in LITER Ai'URE, GEOGRAPHY, MATHEMATICS. NATURAL SCIENCE, ART, BUSINESS, XAVIi; VTION. MECHANICS, ETC. ...:- .!..,. nmlirares 98 pases. J lieu inmiofiui; i.-i .. ... .- . . , :ii... .....i .nutiiinin.. llrSCrilltlons OI IliliV liuipii i,i, an,- . .i K .. A-.. A ii.innlur 1'ftnil'S ailll 811111.0 mOll I'litll Vll' UU Vll,. z.,,....... c ment-of their own publ ration and manufacture Also, a compieie nfi m .-. als, for the Kindergartin method of teaching. Sent for a stamp. TIEE ENBIUES. Foundrymen, MACHINISTS, Mill Builders & Furnishers Maunfaclurers of Superior Steam Engines, French Burr Millstones, Cast-iron Water & Gas P'me.&c. ii ii ii ii in in i in mir iint man a. ann anu iiiiim beine tho nnlv ones excluded. Ihe mem. bera of the Iowa Legislature received them weeks ago. It reads as tollows Pass everybody over the C, R. I. & P. rass everyoouy over tne J., ix. a. ar. oi tne lmpenuiug tuunn R. until December, 1974, when presenting ing drawn it, he came up to the .:..!, A ... ., I... 1..1 I I, .,4 kvamliahed the hUR .illi ' 11111.1 in- . iv v ii ' ved here Monday, and the first thing he did was to go and draw mm uw' pay balance since the 4th of March, which he had not previously drawn because of the mpending contest iu xa.o. r.. . t,-, the SiiiHte a ticket duly stamned. destined to the to liiniini. nnliitu 1?..,.L Icliinrl lln ci MnmOQ 1 'l.lll,. pillULO . 1 1' '1 II li Hi l ill, , ' I . . l 'IU' Council Bluffs, Omaha, Leavenworth, At- -1 ""- -- - tl CJ t -.1 c uiit;i)u, iuuuii, xouvci, unit uwc. oau ! 1 1 rruucisco, or auywuore emu. vonditams Any person going to tne A : .i .. 1 1 1 f i ntiit 1 ..it tlnkit- iu nrlitian aUUW (U'ttllUlO Will UVllCl lUCll V.limiuwn by purchasing tickets over this popular route, iu consiuerauou ior mtjir uumio. v - - 1 ...... . nQ,, t .1 , ,1 v; nnrl WC 141 C 1 UUU1UH IUC 11UVH1 i-tJ Vv,v... w.. Palace Sleeping Cars in this'blarsted coun try . Always ask tor tickets via tne xvock Island route. If this Pass is presented without a tick et, Conductor will collect fare and punch the head of the passenger. mir o.iawii it, u- t- , .. .. chamber and brandished the huge roll ot bills above his head, after which he pro ceeded to count the money, bill by bill aud lav it on his desk, remarK.iuK, u , lay it on u u , , & t as above Biutcu. . tXxa laugh in the Senate, nauagau T lau?" iftmn of that dnrmfied body since Jim Nye's term expired. Itisapity that there was notaaeiegauouui ;muoa thp p.riatituieut ol this shameful scene by a Republican Senator in a Republican Senate. The coming tailor will incorporate a square ol sandpaper in smoi-ers yam. Danbury News. to fiotl in Wall S'., often leads to a fortane. No risk. 32-page pamphlet for stamp. Valentin'-': Ti mbuiuok & Co., Bankers and Brokers, :w Wali stre. t. New York. CHUMB'S, In . 4B4l .1 ihe WM I 10-2K14wlv this caTii. thi: ci anv J ! Il-diinn wspi r ot Hie med.iati'in t -ntaift- ed. inui eVcn uu : ot the liri.trchul , Nasal aTfn S'.ld liy drti tjrtts or mailed from Ul. orat.iry on rcctipl i z Send fornaitiiitret. K'.'MB. M P.. 71 Niacira St.. Buffalo. N. V MUEPHY'S BOOK STORE! H.ivine nnrchased the stock In trade of W. n. Woodward, (formerly Gates' old stand) the under signed respectfully invits the patronage of all who desire anv article usually kept at a Book and Sta tionery store. A FULL SUPPLY OF SCHOOL AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS. Letter and Note Papers, Envelopes, Fens, Pencils, AND ALL KINDS OF vears . - t ... ,i i ,i the fragment ago, out in vrwa; . j WF" ' 1" . & I. i , 1 ll 111 f- was an army bbw wjf-w- " nal , . , Tow tell us when Crant became tne warm friend of Mrs. Williams. , The Living Telegrapher. Svmptoms are the ailent characters through which the diseased body telegraphs Its conomon. But they are not always read MP, ana tne meu. cincs administered sometimes aggravate instead of relieving the complaint. Conspicuous among the instances of malpractice which are of daily occur rence, is the habit of dosing dy.peptic and consti pated invalids with powerful cathartics. Hostel ler's Stomach Bitters, in which are skillfully blen ded the vegetable elements best adapted to the in vigoration of the stomach, and removal, without violence, of regular discharges from the bowels should be taken twice or thrice a day as a remedy for indigestion of every type, and for costiveness. whether chronic or casual. No other medicine will be required and the cure will be rapid and painless No medicine, as yet discovered or compounded, , .......... -,; ,a n m.(-tflr or all affec- eu UUIS nOBlcitui ruiim. " r - . .i?"" . ,i. . arpii a- for diseases ol the IIOUS Ol lC ...v., w --- ttomach, the bowels and the nervea. SENECA (ISLAND WORKS,) FALLS, Manufactures! Exclusively N. Y. and Elegant. Novel, Entertaining A lame Folding-board, 18 inches square, with beautiful C'hromo plate in oil colors. The game represents the r. scue of C'rus e and family from the i-land of Juan Fernander. by the players, who move ships according to the throw of ice. simple and interesting 'o all ages. A new principle never before Introduced in a game any number can play. By mail for $1 35 FANCY STATIONERY, ROTARY STEAM FIRE ENGINES, WSECZINS, STATION AST, MAEINE AND PUMP-N8 ENGINES, Power and Hand Pumps, OF IKON AND BRONZE. Over 450 Steam Fire Engine, now In as i ta differ nt cltlea through the country. II MM rnent and calculation by an ingenious Sea Captain, and embraces feature- never Wore 'f " game. The players move .hips by the twirl of a tVetolum rlong a spiral track, representing the Wn iiZmSrV orld and flnminatt-d with shipsBunder sail, corresp nding to the weather ueu allv encountered in the respective localities ; also v gnettesof ihe various pots The box accompany ing the beautiful board, contains with the direc tions, scoring dia'a and ships, a map of the world of novel construction and a useful as a globe. "rbymJl for 150, by MILTON BRAULKV CO., 8pringfi,id Maw. IW"" Wall Paper, Children's Carriages, Toys and Fancy Articles CHEAP PUBLICATIONS, MAGAZINES AND NEWSPAPERS. "Any article desired by customers, ordered hy express. A share of the patronage of the public reapect fully solicited. Prices reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. lO-ndAwtl It ' KCBMCT.