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Eiturlay. Norember 10, 1S77. Tha Republicans Deriving Consola tion from Trine. The Union and Gazette re welcome to all the comfort they derive from the "re- nablic&a victories" in the late election. , If they are satisfied with' the trifles gleaned in Massachusetts, Wisconsin and Connect icut, while the leading states of the union are falling away from their party, one by one let them keep on whistling. The Union says: In New York, under the aggressive leadershio of Roscoe Conkaog. the repub lioanahave obtained a majority in both branches of the legislature, and reduced the democrat 10 majority on the state ticket to about 12,000. When it is consid ered that the democratic majority last vear was 23,000, republicans in other stat6S oaght to be well satisfied with the record of their New York brethren. And the Gazette says: The grand old republican party is re neweaiy assured or us strong hold upon the esteem and the support of the best ele ments of our national citizenship. Massachusetts, imperilled by countless isms growing out of the prolonged pros tration of labor and of all mercantile en terprises. has nobly led the republican columns in the march of their well won victories. a In Massachusetts, too, it was no uncertain Bound which rallied the republican forces to strusrele and success. In Massachusetts, also, the call was to an hearty and uoaualified indorsement of the national republican administration of rresidoot Hayes, and of its efforts to secure national concord and an honest and effective civil service, The responso has been given. Evidently ths Gazette has been so lost in wrapt admiration of the 10,000 repub licsn majority in the "old ba state" that it forgot there were elections held in any other state, and also forgot that only last year Massachusetts gave Hayes a republi can majority of 41,286, thus leading "th republican columns in the march of" defeat by a falling off of 31,000. The democracy can stand all such "responses" given with "no uncertain sound" as that, and th Gazette is heartily welcome to all its cheap glorification over the result in that state, lhnathe Lnwn comes up with an en thusiastic crow because New York has only a democratic majority of about 12,000. (full returns will swell that to about 20,000) asking us to remember that last year it went 28,000 democratic. Well that is soma thing to console it. But how about Penn sylvania, that last year gave a republican majority of nearly 18,000 (17,966)? Last Tuesday, it not only wiped out that ma jority, but went democratic by nearly 20.000. Is it such changes as this that leads tho Union to exclaim "the returns are more gratifying than we had any reason to hope they would be?" Or was it in the returns from Minnesota, which only gave a republican majority of about 10.000 or 12,000, which recorded 23,000 last year? Or was it from the returns of Kansas, which "rolls up a re publican majority of 20,000" (these figures are exaggerated) which last year gave 40,000 republican majority? Or Nebraska, with its 8,000 republican majority, which last year gave Hayes 11,000 majority? And so we might go onnot a single state but the republicans have met with disaster. while the democrats have increased their votes in every republican and democratic state save one, and have wrested the great state ot Pennsylvania from their opponents in the lace of a majority against them aggre gutiri 20,000, and placed it with a demo cratic majority ot 20,000 men, alongside ot Ohio, which was redeemed last month from republican control; and they have also car ried New Jersey, Maryland, Mississippi and Viriuia. The three great states ofNe.v YTork Pennsylvania and Ohio, standing side by side in the democratic ranks, is a specta cle whose significance cannot be overlooked by the most careless or the most preju diced observer, and its meaning is plain to the dullest comprehension. A tribuna highor than returning boards; higher than electoral commissions, has set the seal of condemnation upon the machinery which deprived a rightful president of bis office and gave victory to a defeated candidate, The credentials of Hayes have been repulinted, while the policy democratic policy with which he has endeavored to atone for the weakness of his title, has been indorsed. It was tho first opportunity the peo;le had of passing judgment upon the means employed to set aside the populur verdict delivered at the lvtc presidential election. And they rendered judgment "with no uncertain sound." In view of tho above exhibit, how silly tho winding up of the Gazette article on the ''result lit the late elections," wherein it says, "in 1878 we may, if we will, secure republican victories-all al:ug the line." tow more such victories tor the republicans as they gained lust Tuesday, and there will he nothing left of the party. amine the whole subject of reclaiming the overflowed lands and deepening the chan nel. With the report of &noh a commission regarding the best system to pursue and the probable cost of the necessary works. it will be possible to get congressional aid. but it certainly cannot be got and Bhould not be got in the way proposed by the bill referred to. CattleWeighing Extraordinary. One of the crooked methods of contrac tors for furnishing the Indians with beef has lately been discovered by Secretary Schurz, which will convince these gentle men more than ever that he is a theorist, and that there is nothing practical in him. will be remembered that in the ried Cloud investigation, set on foot by Prof. Marsh, it was developed that the usual me thod of "weighing" cattle was to guess at their weight This was broken up and ac tual weighing insisted upon. : It now comes out that certain contractors have been more than equal to this requirement, and thai they not only weigh every head sup plied, but that they weigh a considerable part of each drove twice. The method is this: A large pen is built and divided through the middle, the fences around it and the division fence being of close boards and about ten or twelve feet high. At one point where the dividing fence meets the outside one is a smaller pen large enough to bold about a dozen eattie. The floor ot this is the platform of the scales. The beam is outside of the outer fence. The small pen in which the weighing is done has two doors, one opening into each diyi Bion of the main enclosure. When adoxen are driven in, say from the right hand en closure, to be weighed, the man on the out side keens notes of the weights. Ihe dri ver on the inside, after these are recorded for any lot ot a dozen, drives them out into the left enclosure. He then refills the small Den from the right division, and so on til he announces to the inspector outside that the whole drove is weighed. Before this is completed, however, the driver manages to pass most ot those weighed back trom the left division into the right, by a smai door in the partition itself. All thus re turned to the right division are driven throach the weighing pen again, and their weight duly recorded the second time by the inspector at the beam outside. By this plan even a amall drove is made to do ex cellent service to the contractors. A.nd now comes this German theorist and upsets these nice arrangements, and actually in sists that so lone as he is secretary of th interior not a pound of beef shall be weighed more than once, if the contractors starve for it. - Important to Persons V isiting New York. One of the best kept and most conveinient Hotels tor Merchants and others to stop at when in New York is th Grand Union Hotel, nearly opposite the It rand Central Depot, kept on the Euro nean plau you therefore only pay for what you get. Everything is first class, and Drives moderate, adapted to the string ency ol the times. You save the expense of carriage hire, and by leaving your bag gage check on the counter of the Hotel your baggage will be delivered in your rooms, btteens minutes alter the amva f the cars, free of expense. We advise you to give the Grand Union a trial. INSURANCE SOAP HANUTACTUESSSL 7112703. 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PILE, XTewYork, Sold by B-. STRECXrUS tc SOlT.Rock Island 4 ton Hay Scales, $60; old price. $160. All other sizes st a great redaction. All Scale I Warranted end for circular and pric- list. A Remedy that is rapidly taking the place of all other Preparations for the EDUCATIONAL. 1 V Cure of all Female Weaknesses I This Compound, which 1 purely vegetable, has entireij cured the most stuDborn esses tnst nave 1 bamea tbe skill of our beat physiciaus. and thons- anda of persons who were considered as incurable I before tnis remedy was discovered have been re atoied io perfect health by its use. ...... i OLD AND TRIED. The Best is the Cheapest." WITH HAYES & CLHL10, AGENTS. Fire, Life and Accident. TUK ONLY AUENCY DOIKO EXCLUHITKLY IN8UKASOB. ALL 1.0SKf PROMPTLY ATTEHDSO TO. POLI CIES ISSUED IN THE FOLLOWING OLD AND TRIED COMPANIES. riKE. Old New YorkTJnde writers Agency Old Continental Old Phrenlx '. Old Howard, organized 1825. German-American Liverpool London & Globe . Royal, of London Imof rial, ot Loudon Northern, of London Olrard, of Philadeluhla St. Paul fire and Msrlnc Traders of Ch.csjo 950,000 Atlantic, of Brooklyn '. 457,000 Amazon, of Cincinnati, Ohio 915,000 Khodeliland Association 1,500.000 Western, of Toronto 1.500,000 Fairfield, of Connecticut 805,315 Commonwealth, of Boston 435,834 Bevere, of Boston.... 268,373 ACCIDENT. Travelers' Accident, of Hartford VOO.OOO LIFE. WaHnton Life 5,300,000 . $ 8,500,000 .. 8.040.000 .. 8,795.000 800,000 .. S.250,000 .. 30,000,000 .. 80,000,000 .. 13,000,000 .. 87.000.000 . . 1,000,000 .. 1,000.000 Original and Standard Manufactures. Nos. 64, 66, 68,70,72,74,76, 80 & 82 Washington St, N.Y. 3E1 clltlifsi' IS BEST SOAP. pleasant arid effertive Soap for the I .nun- dry or for Family Washing rurpowoa ever otiered. Babbitt's TOILET SOAP. table oils. Unrivaled for For -use In the fc'araery It haa no equal. Sample box, coutaiuinff three cakes, sent free ou receliit of 76 cents. SOAP POWDER. From this Powder a beautiful and serviceable white soft Hoap, of auy desired strength, can te made in ten minutes without the use of grease or potaeh. Trial package sent iree on receipt oi io cents. Total Assets $119,933,584 OFFICE, BENGSTON'S BLOCK, ROCK ISLA.ND.jILt "Ihe Id J i (w3 is the Cheapest. mm rteprenenu the following Old and Reliable FIR nsurance Go.'s. Thj Kiasisaippi Lavee Improvement. Nntliiug could possibly be luure ill-ad-vi?t;d or liusty (hau tLe propuaitiuD tuisaue $45.(H)O.DOU io 4 iit ctnt. booda for the iuiprovemeut of the Mississippi levuea. Thid ajtsumea two things which the ruajor ity of eeusible people are not by any means willing to admit: (1) That the reclamation of the overflowed lands io the Mississippi valley will cost $45,000,000; (2) That the only means of accomplishing the desired object is by the old system ofleveqs. The fact is there is much reason to believe that tbe levee system ia radically wrong and can ODly be made to keep the river from overflowing by large annual expenditures of money. There are other and totally different systems which afford a promise of reclaiming the low lands and deepening the channel of the river at the same time, at a cost considerably less than $45,000, 000. If it is possible that such a treat ment of the riyer will effect two such de sirable purposes, it is plainly the greatest ot mistakes to introduce this bill for the iujproveiueutot the leveeB. The proper c.ursB, sys the St. Louis Republican to fur ii io ure tbe appoiutmeut of a i' ii.Lii.-M . u . 1-ucij vm tliat which reoum-uj'-u i ! tn.- jetty liUiToVMiiielit at the 'U'h .ii i tn nvcr, wuti auttitinty to ex And will issue PoIhL's iu any of theui at as LOW A RATE as the ri-k will justify. Etna, Hartford $ 7,2u0,0U0 Hartford, .: 8,300,000 Phreiiix " S,450,0CO Natiooal, 1,050,000 Orient, " 800,000 Atlae, " 450,000 Ius. Co. N. America, Philadelphia 6,700,000 Franklin, " 8,400,000 Flro Association, " 8,800,000 American. " 1.400,000 Home, New York '6,900,000 Niagara, " 1,500,000 Manhatten, " 850,000 Westchester, " ; 8UO,000 North Western Nat. Milwaukee, Wis.,.. 878,000 American Cent. St. Louis, Mo., 780.000 St. Louis, 350,000 Bt.Joscph, BU Joseph. Mo... 4-15.000 Firemen's Fund, San Francisco, (Gold) 725.000 Queen, England, (Gold) ,000,000 Scottish Com'l, Glasgow 11,000,000 British America, Toronto........ 14800,000 Allemannia, Pittsburgh, Pa 850,000 MillYills Mutual, MlllYille, N.J... 1,500,000 Lycoming, Muncy, Pa 5350,000 K. W. Passenger, Hartford 600,000 Conn. Mutual Life, Hartford 50,000,000 Special Advantages. Klht eminent Professors a Instructors. t The Best and most Elegant Rooms in the West. 8 Hoarding Club. Good board $1.50 to $S a week 4. Three Kiret clas Penmen constantly employed 5. Superior Individual Instruction In Book-keeping. I . Commercial Law. Invaluable to business men. 7. Commercial Arithmetic, thorough and practical 8. I'nequaled advantages for learning TeleKrapni- 9. Scholarships good in Forty Colleges. t .These advantages are possessed by no othe School. Address MONTAGUE & LILL1BRIDGE Davenport, lows f"-PmHe state whero von w this rarrl. CHANGE OP PRICES AT Worth $1,000 in a Single Casd. Wwerooms, 74. Stat Btraat, . CHICAGO. 1 am pleased to inform yon that I am Dreoared to fill all orders for Shtow C OH hnrt nntirc Rtnil fnr aHm Hat : , t Mad from the imrft vetfetable oilfL ine joiiet ana me nstn III 5f V. Dauber's Old Stand. Newhoes 40 cents. Re-set 20 cents. None hut first-class workmen employed. Horse-shoeing in all Its branches. Interfering, Quarter Cutters, and Hoof-Bound Horses Cured Fr Special attention eiven to shoeing Trotters. All work warranted. Horsemen and others invited to call. Shop Third avenue, between 18th and 19th street-. ROCK ISLAND. BEDFORD RUM. babbitt's YEAST POVDER. dahiel lawrefge & sons, Absolntelv uare. Bread, cakes, rmddmirs. etc.. made tn a short Hpace of time, keep louirer, and are more di- I frestible than when made of common and cheap imita tions A trial pscKBtre sent iree on receipt oi to cenu. Si A standard article. receipt of io cents. itt's SALERATUS. A sample packag-esent free on ONLY DISTILLERS QT edford Rum ! Bciojnutok, Vt , Dec. 15th, 1876. Mrs. Lttjia E. Pinkjam:- It is with DleSMire i that we are able to say that in every case reported to us your Yeuktable compound has givnnni- versal satisfaction. One gentleman told us to-day that it bad clone bis wire a thousand dollars worth of good, as he expressed it. our customers with out a single exception, speak it in tbe highest J terms of praise. You are at liberty to make use of this in advertising if you choose. Yoors very re-1 specnnny. u. a. m kauks cu., urngists. tyTlie Pamphlet "Guide to Women" will be sent free to any address by enclosing stamp to Lydia E. PinkTiams Vegetable Compound Is sold hy sll Dniggisis at $1 per bottle. Whole sale Agents George C Goodwin. Co., No. 88 Hanover street, and Carter, llatris Ha lev. Ko. 8fi Washington street. Boston. HOW WONDERFUL is VORDIOK'S HEMATIC llfJIIT. For Rheumatism it may be acute or chronic or mflamatory rheumatism. Tic Doloreux, Toothache, tieaaacne, taracne, innammation or the Momacb, Bowels or Kidneys. Spraius, Strains, Lame Back, Brnises, Neuralgia, Cramps, Burns, Scalds, Mos quito Bites. Stings of Poisonous insects, Chiibains, Deaf ne, Sunsl rokes, Soarness and Puins in the feet Legs, Joints, etc.. Lameness, welling of the Knees, Feet, Legs, Frost Bites, Chapped Hands. etc. And in all cases where there is pain or dis tress. If applied over the part or parts, nill afford immediate relief. BEST INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL REMEDY 1ST DISCOVERED. The bes: and the strongest Liniment in th world Prove it yonrself by a trial orders with cash promptly filled. Price 50c and $1 per bottle. Great reduction of price to the wholesale trade. Agents wanted in every city and town. This valuable pain destroying remedy shonld be in every family. The timely use of this medicine nas saved the people an immense amount of suffer ing and thousands of dollais. Its trtloacv ss an in stant relief for pains of every description, has b- come tnorongniy tested, it bus proved a potent remedy for horses, curing those animals speedily ol colic or hots. Hundreds of references conid be given where these noble animal havu been saved by tbe timely use of this preparation. MISFIT? CARPETS. English Brussels, Three Ply iand-Ingrain, also, Stair Carpets, Velvet Hogs, Crumb Cloths, Oil Cloths, etc, very cheap at the Old Place 112 FULTON STREET, - . - "NEW YORK. Carpets carefully packed and sent, to any part of the U. S. free of charge. 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The superior qnality and parity of Lawrence's Medford Ituin for the past fifty -two CORBE7TS K-iK!5 Z'-r-?-r'- JZi L- ' fit 0.-11 ram m Total Assets Represented tl26 ((4(1,000 iniSTACQSOS Is ttwsafstt and th (tut, Is tnatantansoa setjen. and tt prodiwM tbe most nstaral shukis c '. blaok or acown, dors not .tain thm sktn. and la aull aprls- Itis astawlart jffVMfwtimk, ana a isTnts aposx very wsi i -ejymini, u- t- lor lady or gtnu .m.n. h or pt au jmi 1 MA1B IYE H W - -MB sil alt fmweiata ao4 FOUR OUBOESi Is sn(flclnt for a washins of three to four dozen pieces, and wiih o ie-thlrd ths time a-id Inhor. since, hv soSkfti e'otlics with asoluliou of it, very little rubbing is requited. THE CHEAPEST SOAP l THE WORLD. A!3K Y OUH GHO CER. CCRBETT. BOYfiTON & CO., So. 31 ft :6 Vss: .akiar. Ci.. Chicigu, L GET THE GENUINE. KULLIYTJN WASHING CRYSTAL sniRREU. & CO., Proprietors. 47 Fearl Street,.... .BUFFALO, H. I. years, li: s ins.de It everywhere known as the etan dard Rum. No pains will he spared to maintain It purity an' reputation. WE HAVE THE LAE3EST STOCE CF m mm m IS THE WORLD. Of the finest and choicest grades and of all ages. The public Is cautioned agaltat Imitations and counterfeits. Order direct trom ne, and we warrant perfect satisfaction. 1 'lease address all orderi to MEDFORD. MASS., or 181 Broad St., Boston, Mass., and they will receive prompt atten tlon. 3end for circular. DAKIEL LAWRaNCE A SONS. . 'Purchasers of the celebrated medicine d- scribed in this csrd will be sure and not b pat oil wim micrior or ananown articles. II von cannot find what yon desire ia one store, von will st anoth er nuar by. Take only the geuuiae. I'rica aiv 5UC ana $1 per Dome. Address all orders to A. a. VOKDICK. Chemist and Druggist, St. Louia, Mo. Prioe 50o and $1 per Bottle If not sold by your Druggist or storekeeper, we win lorwaru uy express 10 any aurese. Halp Dobsn, small ,fi 50 Half Dokem, labob 6.00 75,000 BOTTLES Sold in 1876 of This Liniment. Testimonials. St Chablbs, Mo Yordick's Rheumatic Liniment is wonderful. was laid UD for 18 weeks: tried evervthin. I was told ; doct its coulddo nothing lor me, ontil 1 was told to try one botxleof Vordick's Celebrated Kheu- matte lunlincbt. It cured me, and I must give it ail the praise. My case is too long to tell :ou all here. Address me and enclose a stamp asd I wil tell yon all about it. l'ouis truly. Quo. J. BoKKKKK-' Prop, of Washington House, eorner Clay mud sixth" Btieeir, pi. cnancs, iso. . , St. Lows, ilo. It is a snra cure for Neuralgia. John Powsrs. ... . fcT. Louie, Mo. It cured my back. I suffered a great deal. JOUKATHAN . UtTDOLPH, . T. CHABLas, MO, I sell It now. Geo. f. Boknkbb. I recommend It to everyene. It always helped in oar family. Mks. Fobsteb, Six Mile House, West St Louis. St Louis, Mo. I can recommend VordicVs Rheumatic Liniment I never saw any Liniment to beat it. Voorstrily, Dajoxl Prisci. ; St. Chaeles, Mo. I recommend it to everyone for the above com plaints. This Liniment has done great wonders. Tours turly, Pukd Hacboiak. ' ,. , ST. Louie, Mo. , . I can recommend Vordick's Rheumatic Liniment as one rf tbe greatest Liniments the wforid ess pro dace I had a very sore band, snrained While catching a fly ball. Yours truly, jobs Dolav, Catcher of Red Stockings Base Ball Club. St. Louis, Mo. I alwavs keen Vordick's nlirratri Hh Llnlmeot.ln the house. It is a good remedy for all it claims above. uu Uatheb. St. Louis Four-Mile House. .1 recommend it to all afflicted. It ia a 'Hani in the house. Yours truly, Bith Chapslah, Wabbisotow. Mo. It is a treat Liniment for all nains. It nika iu difference where yon have a pain, it will care it. iourstruiy, iisiiET Jtowa. Calitobxia. Mo. It to a great reined v for Rheumatism and TC.n. ralgis, I say it will curs every case. A am yours, JOHST HOWARD. , ' - ' Wbwmviijj Mo. : I sell Vordick's Rheumatic Liniment in m v mom Tbe v all praise it every day when they come to me for it. Yours, Hbkbt Wsobbbkmper. Thousands more of testimonials, hnt anarn rlu not allow more, ; ... .. ..; ... . j ... :. Jefferson Avenue and Benton St., T. L0TJI3 001a 07 au tUKM. island Druggist. : : . . 1 'fnwi iiiiij J s Willi -" ' ' , -v; ' I f j ,- - ; ' i,l 'l tail y's tv.I '!- ? a. - . ' " ! J r !l''-" ..tr.HHi.t.... ; r"- If ' , ' "! - !,isinMi"-''-'' A . .... -t..l7JBl. 7 n " 1 tWll 1$' H II III II; j'(j,cm,iH,.. jjj I, Mum. in"'i ' ' 1 Received THE MEDAL OF HONOR and the HIGHEST AWARD at tie Centennial Exhibition, Philadelphia, aa superior to all others. Ma- ,, ' READ THE JUDGES BEPORT.- economical and Inexpensive W roogbt Iron Furnace. Its details for convenience, cleanliness snd econ- oralTor ritn1; rinAeraii: nZ' IT11 hM lw dome of riTlted boiler-Iron preventing escape "f" J to the air-chamber. The double construction of IU fire-pot provides for the deliver? of lnVtL5. fre combustion of gsssea. The automatic hood over the feed -door provides for tbeengafitf, ana removal of faa and dmt whn thtt rimn I. o i..m.i u .j . of TiSfA.1? tofJia"2?.adflae cleaning, tad the regulstlon of air carrenta. The improved double ierra-cotta wall, with air sps between, is a very convenient improvement for setting, and csnnot be recommended too highly. fWAll Castings are of unrivalled elegance and excellence.". Manufactured by The Mageei Furnace Coy, BOSTON, Mass. GEO. H. WATSON & CO.. Sole Western Ae-ents. 272 & 274 State Street, I . . CHICAGO ATTORNEY AND COTJNSELLOR AT LAW Office in Bengston's Block, Illinois St.. Rock -1 and. Illinois. S-lSd&wSm LAW AND ABSTRACT OmCX. ROOMS FN Court House. 3uo. T. Ee& worthy Jas,M. Bearda 7. 10-3d4wtf. EE. M. CORBETT, A TTOEXKY AT LAW, SOLICITOR IN CHAN. IA eery and Notary Public, Abstracts, Loans and Collects. Office Snd ' Avenue, 3rd eoor east Bengston's Drag Store, Rock Island, Ills. of LUCIAN ADAMS, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW n Offlce In Mitchell & Lynde's block, Rock Isisnd nlete set ot Moo KB .f Aueir..' v. Title of Lands in Rock Island County. IU. Have complete set Wm.P. Zimmerman. "DRACTICALP'ANO TTJNEBAND RKQTJLA JL ter. Leave orders with John Zimmerman, llano Manufacturer, ISO Msiu St., near First -tional Bank, Davenport, Iowa SDWAKD D. SWBISST. WIIilA JACSOK & JACZSON. ATTORNEYg AND COUNSELLORS AT JW Offlce Cor. Eagle and Illinois streets. Rocs Ui and,UUnola. . il-18dlj