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Twenty-Seventh Year.
Rock Island, Illinois, Saturdav, December 29, 1877.
Established Oct 18, 185V
Dr. Pierce's
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$50 a caso." ; : -
Union Mill, Ik March Uth. 1S77.
Gko. Pierck &;Co.: I can truly say, after an ex
perience or eight year. In my opinion there la no
remedy that can compete with, your Iudlan Re
storative Bitters."
I would not be without It if It cost $50 a case.
Yours trnly, T. H.SINARD.
Costiveness Cured.
The late well known Father Taylor, Pas
tor of Seamen's Bethel. Boston,
Said "I is a remedy worthy of a place in every
family. and that its real virtue are only to be known
to be appreciated. We should bo very unwilling
to be without it. It baa relieved me of severe st
tacks of Bowel Complaints, Dtsiepsia and Cos
tiveness. I would take it with, me were I going to
sea, and also were I to travel.
A Duty to the Community.
From tho well-known Evancelist. Rev.
Edwin - Burnhaiu.
Newih-kyport, Mass.
GEO. PIERCK & CO.:-I regard It to be a duty
which I owe to you, and to the community, to write
a few lines in favor of your invaluable medicine,
called "Du. Pierce's Indian Rcstoratito
Bitters." Without flatterv, I remark. 1 think It
to be the best medicine of the kind ever pot np.
EDWIN BURNHAM.
After taking Cold and threat
ened with Fever.
Bilious Headache.
From A. W. Sibley, Secretary American
Advent Mission Society.
Provtoence, R. I., Jau 31. 1877.
Geo riEitCB & Co: Your "Indian Restorative
Bitters" have been known to me from childhood,
having been nsed lu my fathers fumily for twenty
flve yearn.
For the last twelve yea-s they have .been my
fanily niedieine.
I have fonud them an excellent rcxedy for
children uftcr taking cold ainlj threatened with
levur.
Iu such ciHis, after warming and sweetening
them, I (;ive as recommended.
The results have been invariably all that I could
desire.
In CRM'S of bilious headache and derangement of
stomach and bowels they stund flr-t as a medicine
with me. A. W. SIBLKY.
Hundreds of testimonials n.ie;ht be added.
Prepared and sold by
Geo.
P O Box 2ii.".
ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE.
Van Schaack. Stevenson & Co. General Agents,
Chicago. Illinois. For sale at wholesale and retail
by wholesale and retail druggists, anil by dealers
In medicine. For Bale in Rock lslxnd by
JOUN BENGSTON AND T. H. tHOMA0.
tiiHAMMLRDAND FINISH D
I f f if
The Ausable Nails
are" Hammered Hot, and the
Finishing and .Pointtntj
are done Cold, thus Imitating
the Process of 3Iaki?tff Nails by
Hand. Quality is fully Guaranteed.
For sale by all leading Iron ur hard
ware Louses.
ABRAHAM BUSSING, Sec'y,
35 Chambers St., New York,
FOREIGN.
WiS HEWS. ,
Bucharest, Doc, 29. It u impossible
to procure full information regarding the
condition of Russian and Itoumsnian sol
diers and Turkish prisoners, who were on
their way to Bucharest, during the snow
storm, but from the disconnected details
to hand it is evident there has been terrible
suffering.
BELGRADE, Doo. 29. The Servian
troops captured Pivot with a quantity of
guns and ammunition.
br.- Petersburg, Dec. 29. Official
intelligence has been received announcing
tne success of the Chinese troops in Kash
gar; they had fortified j Toucbtougaran
and Attwl, strong, stratecetical points the
nnabuants were neemg in terror into
Russian territory.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Picrco & Co., Eoston, Has
H. G. FARRELL'S GENUINE ARABIAN LINI
MLNT 1b a most extraordinary mcdiciue, the truth
of which Is placed beyond doubt bv the vast sales
of the article and the ninny cures being daily per
formed by It, which previously had resisted all
other meoieines and the skill of the best physicians
in the world. It is composed of balsams, extracts
and gums peculiar to . rubia possessing, in a can
centrated lorin, all their stimulating, anodyne, pen
etrating, unctons and revulsive properties, and the
same whi' h, Bge ago, were nsed by the "Sons of
the Desert," with such miraculous success, in cur
ing tho diseases of both man and beaxt.
Read the follwving remarkable cure, which should
or itselL place
II. G. FARRELL'S ARABI AN LINIMENT
far beyond any cimila? remedy.
Mr. n. G. Farell Dear Sir; Actuated b'y a sense
oi graceiuiness, i sar.mit tne ronownisr as an in
stance of the utility of your great medicine, llv
child, three years old, was suddenly attacked with
a terrible disease, which in less than six hours
prostrated it to total helplessness, The limbs be-
cameso rigid that not a joint could be bent ; the
flesh turned black and cold and entirely deprived
oi leeiing; the eyes nxert, partially closeo aua ai
togetner lilintt, lollowiug thiswas deafness to all
sounds; the spine became contracted and so curved
that when lying on its back the head and heels on!y
toucned. indeed, the child presented every ap
nearauce of being dead. Immediately on the at
tack, the family physician was called lu. and for
three weeks he labored to restore it to feeling, but
ail In vain, although It waB blistered a dozen times
and vsrious rubefacient Liniments applied . A con
sulfation of uhysieians was then held, but to no
purpose, the caee was then brought before the
Medical Society, bnt nothing could be suggested
which liad not already been done, and tb -doctor
then told niche could do uothing more. We then
commenced applying your Liniment freely over the
entire lengtn of tne iino, aua you may uiiugiuu
parent's Joy, when, after a few applications, re
turning animation was apparent, ana it ranidly re
covered with the exception of the sight, which did
not become perfect for near a month. The child is
now healthy and robust as can le. five othe
cases of the same kind occured previously in m;
neighboorhood, all of which died, when there is no
doubt it your Liniment hart lieen uxeo tney wonia
hni,e recovered. IIunuv U. Cleland,
Peoria
LOOK OCT FOR COUNTERFEITS 1
The public are cautioned against another conn
tcrielt. which has lately made its appearauce.calle
W. B. Farrell'a Arabian Liniment, the most danger
ons of all the counterfeits, because his having the
name of Fan-ell, many will buy it in good faith, I
without the knowledge that a counterfeit exists,
aud they will perhaps only discover their error
when thespurious mixtureuas wrought its evil ef
fects.
The genuine article la manufactured only by H.
G. Farrel, sole inyeutor ato! proprietor, and whole
sale druggist. No. 17 Main street, Peoria, Illinois,
to whom all applications for Agencies must he ad
dressed. Be sure you get it with the letters U. O.
before Farrell's thas-II. G. V ARK ELL'S and his
signature on the wrapper, all other are counter
feits. Sold by ail druggists and by regular authorized
agents throughout the United States.
tPrice S2.r and 50 cents, and $1 per bottle.
AGENTS WANTED in every town, village and
hamlet In the United Statss. in whtcli one is not al
ready established. Address H. G. Farrell as above,
accompanied with good character, respoueihility,
etc.
Telegraphed to the BockltlaniArgv
To-Day's Dispatches.
Last Nisht's Dispatches.
Kev. O-eo. T. Seymour and the Springfield
Diocese.
New York, Deo. 29. Tho Evenine
Post publishes the reply of Rev. Geo. F.
Seymour to the othcial communication
announcing his election to Episcopate of
the diocese ot feprincheld. 111. liev. Mr,
beymour says the tact that the election
was unanimous impresses me profoundly
and 1 cannot, 1 dare not, decline hastily
and without deep searching of heart, and
patient waiting fur divine guidance. In
response to earnest continued prayer and
help to be derived from the counsel of
friends who are qualified to advise, if I
am not qualified to say no at once. I do
not see any course open tor me to
pursue but to wait until the
church at large through her constituted
authorities has expressed her judfrment, in
which event I may be spared the anxiety
and distress of deciding between the claims
of my preseut position and the solemn call
extended to tue, as I believe, uuder the
guidance of God tiie Holy O host from all
the clergy and all the laity present in the
primary convention of the diocese ot
Springfield to become the first Bishop ofl?"
now jurisdiciion. If the question comes
really before me to determine, be assured
1 shall meet it promptly in the fear of
God, and as beneath His bar of judgment
I shall do my best tn reach a right con
clusion and ia. mediately apprise you of the
result. .
Tire.
ST Johns. N. B., Dec. 29. Ten wooden
buildings in rear of Waterloo street,
occupied by a cumber of artisans, wa
burued, loss, $40,000; insurance, $15,000.
New York. Dee. 29. J. k J. Simp
son's Faocv Goods Str.re, 619 Eighth
avenue, was damaged by fire this morning,
$40,000, inrured. James McKuhnson,
watchman, died trom burns received.
TOLEDO, Dec. 29. There was a fire at
Napok'on, Ohio, this morning, originating
in the grocery ot L. Rockleman. It
destroyed six buildings in the business
portion ot the town, occupied as furniture
tores, groceries, meat market, restaurant
nd saloons; loss, $15,000; insurance,
3,700.
OHIO.
Presidents Silver 'Wacldin?. Another
Heavy Failure.
FOREIGrN NEWS.
WAS NEWS.
LONDON". Dec. 28. The Advertiser pub
bhes the following ia official form:
We understand that the Saltan has so
licited the British government to approach
the (Jzir with a view to bring about nego
tiations for peace, and the British govern
ment has consented.
A special from Sofia reports that forty
battalions of Turks have arrived at Phot.
The Advertiser's announcement that
the British government has consented,
on solicitation of the Porte, to approach
the Czar with a view of bringing about
negotiations lor reace. is omciaily confirmed.
The Post, in its leading article, says tho
duty which England has undertaken is
not embarrassed by any basis for a settle
ment of the war and involves nothing more
than to ttst the willingness of Russia to
enter into negotiations, the terms of peace
being a matter for subsequent considera
tion. Bucharest, Dec. 28. Reinforcements
ordered for the Russian army exceed
250,000 men. The army of the Baltic,
numbering 90.001) men, is also being
formed
bought 200,000 riflas in
NEW YOKE.
New York, Dec, 28. A mass meeting,
of cigar makers on a strike and the sympa
thizers was held to-night. Over 4,000
were present. A. Straser, of the Cigar
Makers' National Union, presided.
Speeches denouncine the manufacturers j
were made in English, Bohemian andGer-j
man. Resolutions were adopted that the
struggle would be kept up until living;
wages were given and the Union recog
nized; denouncing the tenement system
as an invention to renew chattel slavery,
opposed to civilization, tho spirit of the
age apd a free country.
Recorder llatkett to-day sentenced a
number of liquor dealers, prosecuted by
Rev. Howard Crosby's society for the sup
pression of vice, to pay fines ranging from
$25 to $250 each. One of them received
additional punishment of imprisonment
for sixty days in the penitentiary and
thirty days.
TABIT.
THE IFAVOEITE
HOME REMEDY.
"Evidence nnparslleled la the history of Medi
cine" Over two thousand testimonials given tor
the wonderful cures made by
a lift)!
BENTON'S
MATCHLESS
ha
TABLS SAUCE.
Best Banco and Belish
Made in any part of the World for
FAilLY USE.
Leicester !hi3?e
TABLE SAUG.
tTFor tale by all Respectable Dealers.
LIBBY'S PROTECTION
C0HGEESS GAITEE,
For Gentlemen's Wear.
Patented April 10, 137T1
fc chenck's Mandtrke Pills
Will be fonnd to possv-ss those qualities necessary
to the total eradication ot all bilious attacks.prompt
to start the secretions ot tho livi r, and give
healthy tone to the entire system. Indeed, it is no
ordinary discovery in medical science to have in
vented a Temedy for these stubborn complali.ts,
which develop all the results produced by a here
tofore free use of talomel, a mineral justly dreaded
by mankind, and acknowledged to be destructive
in the extreme to the human system. That the
nronerties of certain vegetables comprise all the
virtues of calomel without Its Injurious tendencies
is now an admitted fact, rendered indisputable by
scientific researches; and those wno nso the Man
drake Pills will be fully satisfied that the best
medicines are those provided by nature iu the
common herbs and roots of tho fields.
These rills open the bowels and correct all bu
llous derangements without salivation or any of the
Injurious effects of calomel or other poison?. Th
secretions of bile to promoted by these pills as will
be seen bv the altered color of the stools, and dis
appearing of the sallow complixion and cleansing
of the tongue.
Ample directions for nse accompany each box of
Dills Preparei only hv .1. II. Sclienck ,fc son. at
their principal r.ftice, coiner Sixth and Arch Street
Philadelphia, aud for tale by all druggisU an
dealers..
Price 25 cents per box.
Cincinnati. Dec. 29. A special palace
car. containing ur. donn i. iavis arm
amily, John V . Ilcrrou and lamily, and
other intimate Iriends of President Hayes
eft for Washington last, night to attend
the presidents silver wedding. New Years
i'jve.
The Iiubi!itie. of John D. Park who
failed yesterday are $125,000. Assets un
known. -
SELLERS' COUGH SYRUP.
m Cuawok, Pa., December 14, 1HTJ. Mttm. R. B.
I JliUmiOi.: Your Coub Syi-ud i do' UK wooter.
1 WW UOM. EU rWll U1C -II m vmu wuu v.
lUndlnn Jmk U. Coui.tu.
rrnnuWi. Maron zi. isil. jumrr. k. ,-ier .
4 Om.i Two bottlM Of Tour Imoerl! Coupli RyruiM
cred me of m uUireMittg ooll. which nettled on mj i
, ou urn ivfM. sr, rntk
It E. Boiler A- Co., Inir, I'tttfhnrgh. Pn.
Russia
Berlin.
trae-cs.
Paris, Dec. 28. The Temps says that
when the cabinet discussed the Limoges
afiVir President MacMahon warmly re
pudialfd having ever contemplated a
coup tZ' etat, and declared that as far as
he was aware nothing was intepded be
yond precautions against armed resist
ance. A correspondent telegraphs: Minister
Waddington hac notified foreign govern
ments that the French Cabinet wil , in the
event of a conclave, confirm to the under
standing fcubsisting among the four Catho-
Jio powers. As regards the internal
celesiastical policy of France, it will
dtfeud the public worship estimates from
thoM) wishing to assail them, but will
protect f-ecular societies lioin clerical
enroaehments. In regard to the Eastern
question, M. Waddington thinks France
may preserve a purely expectant attitude
until the belligerents have opened nego
tiations, and when her opinion is asked she
will give it with candor, authorized by her
attitude, lie does not hcsitatj to say at
once that she could not regard with indif
ference any changes in tho Mediterranean
or agitation of the small surrounding states
bv Questions which might., be raised id
connection with a purely Bastern questiou
r ranee is disinterested relative to tne
Asiatic question, and even in regard to the
reorganization ot lurkeys huropean
provinces. SShe has no alliances or engage
ments, aud aoes not seek them
Berlin, Dec. 2S. ihe emperor seems to
have approved the substance ot the propo
sitions submitted by Bismarck respecting
the new commercial and hnancial policy
If the details can be satisfactorily arrauged
there will be an increase of luuirect taxa
tion and tarirt and an attempt to place
the Prussian finances and railway depart
tneuts uoder the effective control ef the
imperial authorities. Ihe latter measure.
besides making the German government
paramount ia matters financial, is intended
to pave the way for adding t the ehau
cellor's authority in other departments and
accordingly will be opposed by some of the
minor covernmentf
It is stated that Bishop, an Englishman
recently arrested on suspicion of treason
had handed to the French government
some (jtertuan military papers which he
obtained from a clerk in the war office.
The appointment of M. Waddington as
minister ot loreitn arrairs in the J? return
cabinet, and Marquis De St. Vallier to be
French ambassador to Berlin, is an earnest
of better relations between Germany and
On the Border.
Chicago, HI., Deo. 28, Correspondence
received at military headquarters details
the surrender of Howard and his band at
San Elizario. the subsequent shooting of
Howard, McBnde and Atkinson, and the
other events substantially as given in the
dispatches: The rioters were reported to
be picking up their effects and moving,
some over the river and others elsewhere.
Only five rioters were identified as Mexi
cans and it is thought that there we re not
over teu from that side, although the or
ganized rioters were 350 strong and were
accoiananied by about 150 thieves. The
Mexican authorities have posted a large
number of notices warning Mexican citi
zens against participating in the troubles.
Sale of Mines.
DEADWOOD. Dec. 28. The Golden Gate
MiniDg (Joumany to dav consummated the
sale ot their tour mines, the Father De
Smet, Golden Gate, Justice and Belcher.
to a California capitalist for SUtVJ non. I
i ms is the heaviest mining transaction
that has occurred in the Llills.
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There is a George Smith in iail at Cam
bridge, and George Smith of the Chronicle
is indignant because his mail keeps being
tangled up with that party in limbo. I he
."'It! .,. ... n
eoitor ieeis caa at neing mistaken tor a
jailbird, and the jailbird thinks there is an
apology due to himselt.
Tho hank reward for the capture of the ;
Younger brothers has been awarded in '
equal sums to forty-one persons who took
up the chasn tho dy &ttor the aar.turo at I
Madelia. 1 he fetate reward is to b?- dis
tributed among i.uuo persons who partici
pated in the chase trom nrst to last.
The dead-beats appear to be the domi
nant class in Mexico. Oswego countv. N- Y.
I ce merchants tormed a protective society i
against persons who contracted debts and
did not pay them. They published a list of
the dead beats iu the village newspaper.
1 hereupon the house of the Secretary of
the association was burned, the President a
drug store was set on fire, and the editor
was warned that ho would have neither
house nor office if he published thalist
again.
The Great Blood,
Liver and Kidney Syrup
FENTON'S matchless Blood. Liver and
Kidney Kvrun has MADE MORS WON
DKKFUL CUttES, for t"e time it has been
before the American people, than any
ALTERATIVE or GREAT DISCOVERY
heretofore known.
Thirteen years cxperiorca with this
raatch csB svtnn gives n confidence to
siv. "IT IS THE BEST ALTERATIVE
IN THE W'OKKD." It will positively
cure SCROFULA or KINGS' EVIL In Its
worst forms. SALT IiHRUM. ERYSIPE
LAS, SYPHILITIC AND MERCURIAL
affections. ULCEii, OLD CHRONIC
SORKS. FEVER SOaES. VOXLH, FBI,
ONS, RING WORMS, BARBERS' ITC1I
CHRON:C SORE EYES. PIMPLES on
thk FACE on BODY. DROPS . UOUT,
GOITRE. RHEUMATISM. NEURALGIA
WIDTHS OR LKUC .RRHIKA, IRREGU
LARITY Olt SLi'rREKSlON Ur CLS
TOM ARY EVACUATIONS. PAINS IN
( eg ion of kidneys, (LIVER com
iPL.MNT cured ss if bv magic.) ACUTE,
iCUKUNIC and DRIGUT'n DISEASK of
I the K I DNE YS. STERIL1TE.IM POTENCY
jWEAKN KSSof the parts, General Debility,
iSOUOFCI.OUS CONSl'UPTlOS sc.
KENTON'S M.VTCm.ESS BLOOD,
LIVE It and KIDNEY SYRUP has been
tested by nianv of the best physicians and
(citizens of Cleveland (.now thirteen years.)
as well as u ed in their families and
throughout ariioining States, and hag
GAINED FOR IT A REPUTATION
i based upon ITS MERIT ONLY, without
the necessity ol puffing, UstPABAtl-ELED
IN THE HlSTOEY OF MEDICINE.
We Challenge the World to Peg
Dt'CE its Equal, or Show as Many Won-
DERPLL CCUES I'EBPOUMED."
We positively guarantee a perceptible
and contlnuons improvement where the
yrup is faithfully and persL-tcutly nse-J.
and when enough meoiciue is taken, a
permanent and lasting cure.
It is unon the intelligence and good
sense of people, their judgment and desire
to sustain a really good meaictue, we reiy.
Send for one ol our circulars and see the
wonderful cures performed "at home in
Cleveland aud elsewhere M bv the GREAT
MATCHLESS BLOOD, LIVER AND
KIDNKY SYUCP.
Sold by Drnggist. generally.
Price one dollar per bottle. --Six (at one
time) for five dollars.
Prepared by
Pentcn Manufacturing Co.,
Office and Works, 3s) Academy Street,
CLEiiLAKD.
c. r. rsKTOsr, supt.
Railroad Time Table.
313A30, SCCS ISLAND PACIFIC S. B.
001X0- EAST TRAINS LIAVE
at 9.00 a. m. ;4:30 p.m.; and 9:S5p. m. Tralna
arrive from west as above.
SOINS WEST TRAINS LEAVE
VI i;40 .!m.; 10:10 a. m.. and 8:00 p. ro.
arrive from the east as ahove.
Train
WISTIRBTOIOU BAILSOAD.
FOR RACINS & MILWAUKEE.
LEAVE ABBIVE
Dnv H nrss aud Ma!" 9:05 am 6:00 am
Nl!M Express 10:15 r m 5:60 r
The night exprcsi loavicg Rock Island every
Sunday night at 10:15 connects wilh the train arri
ving in Chicago early Monday morning. No lay
over checks erven on throngh tickets from Rock
sland to Chicago. TnroKgh tickets only good on
thistain.
3T. LOUIS & SCSI ISLAND S. 5.
ttna sotTTn trains leave
At S 15 a. m. and 6:45 p. m. dally.
ARRIVE FBOJI ST. I.OUT
it 9:45 a ra. daily, and 9:30 p. m.
ETIELIK0 HUKS LZATX
It 4:3,1 p. m.
ARU1VE rROK STERLlVa
t 10:40 a. m.
sc:k island 4?Ioeia eailtat.
SUOQTEST ROUTE TO IDE EAST AND SOUTH..
I. FA VZ ARRIVE.
Thro'hF ht 30 a. m. Gal v Ac S:30a,m.
il Ea. 1-50 p.m. Mall&Kx. 1:15 p.m.
GalvaAc 6;30p. m. Tbio'h F'ht 4:45 p.m.
The 2:00 p m Ira'n mkes close connection at
Galva with C B &Qfor poirts west: arriving at
Galeshurg at 5:00 p m; at Bnrlingion 7M5pm; at
Keokuk U:25 pm; and at juir,cy 9:40 pm; also
making clos connection at Peor a with I B t W
aud T P & W reads for all points cast and south.
SwCE ISLAND & L'ESCZS CO., S. II.
U'hvo Rock Island at 9:00 a.m.. and 4 :00 p. m. Ar
riving at Cable at 11 :10 a. m., and 6:00 p. m.
Ceav- CaVie at 6:30 a. m., and 19:45 p. m. Arriving
at Rock Island at 8:30 a. in., aud 3:00 p. m.
FINANCIAL
Ijcsral Blanks, of all kinds for ale at
Tni- Ahgus Office
2.
1.09?j
... .1.0j'4
l.osii
... .1.02.
1.07'i
.. .1.05U
1.20
trade ; 1 Zi',
e; 5:fc3.54''
So
western mixed ;
12 0J13 00.
lllgh Cut Winter Style(Open,showin Cnnatrnctlon)
'ihe attention or the trade and the public in gen
eral is respectfully called to the merits of the Pro
tection Congress Gaiter. This Shoe has proved a
access, ana is becoming very ponular. It has all
the merit of the ordinary Congress Gaiter, with
none of its defects. In the ordinary Congress, the
clastic material Is exposed to wear by contact with
the-pantaloons, and soon becomes unsightly and
perhaps useless. In the Protection Congress, the
LIQUID STARCH GLOSS I
Gives a splendid gloss and finish to all starched
goods, making them whiter and clearer than
wax or anything else, and prevents the iron from
eticking. Trial bottle free.
Put up in 4-oz botties, price 15c. Sold by Gro
cers and Druggists.
A. I. MATHEWS & CO., 85 Murray St., I. Y .
Weather Probabilities
Washington, Pec. 29. The Signal
Service observations taktu at 10 o clock
this forenoon indicate the following weather
probabilities for this afternoon and tonight:
Indications for upper lakes, Mississippi
and lower Missouri valleys, stationary or
falling barometer, northeast winds, lol
lowed by northwest winds. Rising barom
eter cooler, cloudy weather with ram or
snow.
T. S. "Cambert Denied a Vow Trial.
New York. Deo. 29. A motion for
a new trial has been denied in the case of
T. S. Lambert, president if the Americau
Popular Lite Insurance Co.; sentence is
postponed until Wednesday that tho
ptisoner may make di-position of his
affairs.
' :
Slight TZuaon a Savings Eani.
Rochester, N. Y., Dec. 29-There was
a partial, and entirely causeless, run to
dav on the Rochester Savings bank. There
is no alarm among the intelligent classas.
The bank hns a surplus of $700,000 over
all liabilities.
Bant President indicted for ialse swear
ingpleads not Guilty.
New York, Dec. 29. Sherman ISroad
well, prt'sidi-ut ot the defunct Chiirmnuf
Savings babk. indicted hr swenrit'g to a
false report of its nuances was unaigned
to day, he plead not guihy.
Camplioriiie !
s most effectual remedy sold. Is aim
rives the best satisfaction, gives instanl
yv,ualm uvi. . ""lvllVu "; ; will not grease or slain the most oeiicaie
Goring is concealed from view and preserved from J,nt nnA refreshing odor. It will
wear, making an upper that is unexcelled In nicety 5fA",rrelieve nd enre Rheumatism, Chroi
ofutymd beauty of appearance. It haanocum-
oroiis lastenings, the clasp at the nacK Dcing mereiy
to hold the lapels in place. This clasp la elastic
and easily adjusted.
These goods are made in the best style, and of
tho' finest qualities only ol French nnd American
stock; hand and machine acwed. They are lull?
warranted.
Orders are Tespoctfnllv solicited from dealers.
For sale hy O. LIBBY, Pst. and Inventor, 64 Lake
St.. or PIIELrS, DODGE & PALMER, Chicago.
CTSTJSAITCS
Is the most effectual remedy sold, is a luxury to
use, gives the best satisfaction, gives instant relief,
I 111: i ' . m , 1 1 v.. . - ...... .
, will Imme
diately relieve and enre Rheumatism, Chronic ana
- . . . , ....... ..v. I ..o, 1 ii K n tin n
Acute: reuraiKi i wwiui i.v.-vu
Swelled Face, Sore Throat, Sprains and Bruises,
Bunions and Chilblains, Eruptions of the Skin,
Pain in CheBi, Back or Limbs, Burns, and Scalds.
For sale by all Druggists.
.A. CAKD.
To all who are suffering Irom the error and in
discretions -of yonth, nervous weakness, eariy ue
cay, los of manhood, &c, I will send a recipe that
will enre vou. FREE OF CHARGE. This great
remedv was 'discovered by a missionary In South
America. Send a aelf-adUressea enve:cpe w iue
D T.,aT,n T.lssiVf Stati-ra D. EIUo House
New York City,
Insurance Company,
OF KEW TOBH. ,
CHARTERED
GIANT SOAPS.
IS25.
SAHTTTT. T. SKIDMORE, Prssl.lsnt.
IIESBI A. OAkLl.i, Vice President.
Insures Agaiast lc;3 cr Daaaj; by Fire.
FOB POLICIES APVLf A A
EA7.E3 & CLEAVKLA'T-Azent. '
Jtock island, HI.
We have now ready Giant Honey, Glycebinz,
and Pine. Bath Soaps, to match the bee bath. ,
The Giants are half pounds ol the finest quality,
boiled and perfumed pure soap.
JlcBioi.w"-- ----- j...- -ittr-r
States Patent unice, nnour uaw umi
wn offer them as tne oesv ut iv us vf.,v.
soaps.
Made oniy oy
KOBINSON BROTHERS & CO.,
. BOSTON, MASS
For sale by John Bengaton. '
Kjiibars Sentenced.
Springfield, Mass., Dec. 29. The
notorious Northampton bank robbers Scott
and Dunlap, have each beeu sentenced to
twenty years in states prison.
N3TES HERE AND THESE. ,
-Josh Billings says: "An enthusiast
is an individual wno neneves aoout iour
times as much as he can prove, and can !
prove four times as much as anybody else
will believe."
Two hundred and teveuty street lamps
at Providence, K. J. which extend over a
distance of nino miles, tire now lighted and
xlinguishad by electricity, in less thin
fifteen seconds, by one man.
A Boston woman testified that a man
bad threatened to take her life, and he
was put under bonds to keep the peace
for six months. Since then she has mar
ried him Chicago Journal. Now that h
has taken it, why don t they hang him (
A mischievous medical student has
been arrested in London for Bte&liog two
meerschaum pipes from bbi old woman.
One of these pipes, according to the bel
dame's affidavit, was worth $75, inasmuch
as Frederia the Great had frequently
smoked it.
Attorney General Edsall has, in re
sponse to inquiries, given it as his opinion
that it is not necessary that practicing
physicians shall apply in person at the
office of the county clerk to register their
names and poatoffice address. It is, he
holds, a sufficient compliance with the law
to send the name and postoffico address of
physicians to the clerk s cfhee by mail,and
upon the receipt of feuch the clerk ia au
thorized to enter them upon the register.
s Dixon Sun. -
London, Dec. 23. A Berlin dispatch
says: liie latest report is that ilerr v on
bueda. moderate liberal, wia enter the
Prussian ministry, as well as Beningsen
and Forkenbeck. The cabinet would thus
be more strongly liberal than any which
has existed since 1862.
EKGI.A.S-D
London, Dec, 2S. Six hundred cotton
operatives who were on a strike in Maccles
field have submitted to a reduction of
wages.
The colliers of South W ales agreed to
accept a temporary reduction of five per
cent m wages. Some details remain to be
settled, but ihe general closing of the pits,
which the masters at tne time content
plated, seems to have been averted.
WASH,IK5TOTT.
Dec. 28. The president to-day issued
an order discontinuing the Sioux City
land office, and directing its business and
archives to be transferred to the land
office at Des Moines, Iowa. The consoli
dation is made because the public lands in
Iowa haye been so generally entered that
there seems to be no sufficient reasnD for
maintaining more than one land ofliee m
the state. There are now less then 2.000
acres ol public lands in Iowa fully subject
to disposal by the government. Final
proofs to ohtain complete titles to a vact
number of pending homestead entries may1
b tSade under tho recent acts of congress
before any court of record iu the county
where the land is situated. Consequently
it is no longer of importance to such set
tiers that the land office should be near at
hand.
About a year ago a widow named Oliver
brought suit against Hon. Simon Cam
eron, .tor breach t't marriage promise,
Nothing has been publicly known concern
ingthis suit until to day. It now appears
by a statement id the Lven;ng Star that it
was abandoned in January on payment by
Uameron ot $1,000.
M k v To kk, Dec.
FINANCIAL.
Gold- 1 023.
Governments Firm.
D. S. Bonds c. nt MO's 1S1
115 IM l
" "
" " ISJ'.S. ... . .. . ....
i: V).4ir? ...
N p'.v r,v .
Currency li's
COMMERCIAL.
Wheat Vs&lc lower: moderate
2 Chicago Dec.
Corn ithout important chan
uatfl uniet: ixaw
white.
fork Dull and heavy
i.ara Lower: rift.
Whi-kj 1 10.
Chicago l&aricet.
Chicago, Dee. 29.
Wheat Heavy but active: 109V4 cash: 1 003
Jan : 1 10 bid ca a.
Corn eak and easy : fairly active : 43 cash :42s;
Jan: 42 Feb.
Oats Easier; 24 2 cash.
Rye 5ti'4.
Larky U.
Pork Heavy: fair business; 11 40 cash: 11 521-;
Feb.
Lard Lower: 7 524 cash; 7C2;4 Feb.
Whisky 1 5.
LIVE STOCK.
H02S Receipts 21.000; dull and weak; light 4 05
ff?4 J(': heavy packing 4 OOtg.4 15; heavy shippng4
10 4 25
Cattle Quiet: receipts 4.0O0; T sats 2 40C&3 25:
butchers' S 5ii3 T5 ; fair to choice natives 3 SOILS 00
St. Lonis Markot.
St. Lolts. Dec. 29.
Wheat -Dull ; No 3 red 1 19H cash; 1 20j Jan.
Corn Lower; 45H cash; 433i Jau.
Oats 27 cash ; 27,4 Jan. ,
Eve 50Vi.
Whlskv-1 05.
Perk 11 85.
Lard 7 50. .
LIVE STOCK.
Ilogs Receipts 3,003; packing 3 904 15r butch
ere' to extra heavy 4 0t)4 20.
S25, S50,SiG0, S2Q0, S50D.
Th reliable house of ALEX. FROTHIXGHAM
Jt CO., No. 12 Wall Btrect, New York publish
handsome eight page weekly paper, called the
Weekly Financial Report, which they send free to
Miy addrvss. In addition to a large number of edi
torials on financial and oiher topics, it contains
rery full and accurate report of the sales and
standing of every stock, bond and security dealt in
at the Stock .Exchange. Messrs. Fbothinghax &
Co., are extensive brokers of large experience and
tried integrity. Ia addition to their stock broker
age business, they sell whatare termed "Prlviliges"
or -Puts and Call's," now one of the favorite meth
ods .l legitimate speculation. Their advice val
uable, arid by following it many have made for-
aues. New York Metropolis.
Indian Affair b.
Chicago. Dec 28 Official information
from Big Horn Post, Montana, says two
Nez Perces have come into camp having
been in Sitting Bull's camp, and report
that a white scout is in the hands of the
hostiles as a prisoner. The N ez Perces
are anxious to leave Sitting Bull and are
slipping away whenever possible, but are
afraid to come in a body.
Dispatches from Fort Buford say that
Sitting Bull is reported encamped on Rock
Creek and committing somo depredations
chiefly on other Indians.
Bank Suspension.
St. Louis, Dec. 28. At the instance of
the directors of the Real Lstate Sayings
Institute, the stockholders held a meeting
this afternoon, and after a full and free
discussion a resolution was adopted to
suspend at once. The assets are placed at
$45,000, mainly in bonas, mortgages on
real estate, and the liabilities to depositors
are about $255,000. It is thought that
depositors will be paid in full and perhaps
stockholders will receive something. The
cause of the suspension is the great shrink
age in real estate values and inability to
realize on securities,
lMilwankeo IVIarket. .
4M".wai-bkk. Dec 29
Wheat Lewer; bard 1 : No 1. 1 134 : No 2,
1 f'9'i cah; 1 0'.i?i Feb; No 3, 1 04'.
com 44.
Outs Firm;
Rye- 50.
Barley SJ.
Annual Meeting.
NOTICE IS nKREUV GIVEN TO TOE STOCK-,
iioloers of the Peoples' National Kar.k. that the
annual meeting for the election of Directors tor
the ensuing ytaf, will bo held at their Banking
house, on Tuesduy, the 8th day i f January, 1878, at
3 o'clock, P. M.
wxiut JUUiH .TEETZ, cashier.
it
Two Nights Only !
Thursday & Friday, Jan. 3 & 4.
The very Laughable and Intensely Musical Bur
lesque ol
Eomeo & Juliet
By the late lamented SHAKE. A. SPEARE,
Given under the auspices of
THE ATHLETIC CLUB.
A BLOODLESS TRAGEDY.
With new scenery, brilliant costimes, elegant ap
polntments and all the modern improvements.
tSTGeneral Admission, 50 cents. Reserved
Seats, 75 cents. Reserved Seats now on sale at
Wvlie & McCune s Bookstore.
Doors open at 7. Curtain rises at 8 o'clock.
IRISH PLAY
AT
Dart's- Hall
On New Year's Night,
BY THE
Emerald Dramatic Association
OF DAVENPORT. '
Admiisioh 35 Cents. Reserved Seats 50 Ccnta
Children 15 Cents.
Those who wish to see the nnparelleled native
wit and humor of the Irish elemerM.wttl find on
this occasion an adequate compensation or 50 eta.
riOME EVIDENCE.
Extracts from letters received.
RHEUMATISM Soir.e sis mouths could not
walk without the help of a crutch ; tried phvs
clans and many kinds of sdvertiwd cuies without
benefit.- Six iottles of Feutou's Matchless Syrup
cured me. capt ueo uano.
SALT RIIETJM- Eiiiht bottles made a perfect and
permanent cure.
Capt Thomas Penxinotos.
SCROFULA From Infancy was treated by the
best phvslc.iaiis and took everybody's cure. Two
botties Matchless Syrup curd me.
Mns Eliza Jones,
SALT RHEUM eleven years all over my body;
took ali ttie best remedies advertised, and lu the
hospital, New York, twenty week?; could not get
cured; six bottles of Fenian's Matchless Srrnp
cured me. ueokgb brown. Cleveland, o.
FEMALE WEAKNESS som six years ; used ev
ery alterative known; triea the climatf; Irom Min
nesota to Texas: could get no relief: after a few
month's use of teuton's Matchless Sarcaparilla was
cured completely,
Mrs Att B , Ohio St, Cleveland. O.
"Thousands Bear Testimony."
SCROFULOUS SORE LEG twelve years, cured
by Fenton's Sarsapariiia,after trying various nuted
blood remedies.
Capt. UEsnx Palseh, Akron, O
SCROFULA, live laree abscesses on body, conld
not turn iu bed for weeks, cured by F cnton's Sar-
Sarsiparilla; had expended over one hundred dol
lars previous to using the Acme of Medicine, "Fen
ton's Matchless." C. Field.
Sodas Point, New York.
SCROFULOUS NECK, a number of ulcers, open
for nine months ; bad the Oest medical advice in
Cleveland, O. A friend seut me Fenton's barsapa
rilla. Twelve bottles made a perfect and perma
nent care W. II. Mkars.
North Bloomileld, O,
Camp Brows. Wyoming, Dec. 25, 1874.
RHEUMATISM UrC FFenton: The six bot
ties Sarsaparilla sent me in July latl, cured me of
Rheomatssm, and only nsed five, (one got broken.)
I bad It for lonr years, and spent neany one inous
and dollars, wsth the best doctors in Montana Ter
ritory previous I have got two more customers.
Please eipress me eighteen more bottles to South
Pass. Enclosed find the greenbacks. Write me to
Camp Brown, as before. Yours truly,
J. D. Woodbcff.
FEMALE WEAKNESS, of seven years siandlng
cared by the use of one and a half botties Fenton's
Matchless Sarsaparilia. Mm. Witbuw,
Fort Hope, Mich.
SALT RHEUM eighteen years; nsed all thsno
ted humor cures wit hont effect ; six bottles Fenton's
Matchless Sarsapariila cured me; it is a dead sore
cure. F C Good, Butfalo, N Y.
Everv person should read this carefully.
Dr Fen ton. Cleveland. O. Dear Sir: Five years
ago, then iu Brazil, South America, 1 there contrac
ted a disease that nearly cost me my life. I was
seven months in hospitals Spanish Brazilian and
Buenos Ayrea but to no purpose. I then went to
Cieufnegoe, Cnba, and spent 6ixty-four daya In the
military hospital. The doctors told me if I bad any
f rit-nda I had better make mv war to them. The
Amirlcan Consul sort me to New York. Last
Spring it came on mc again, rest in the night wa
out of the question . A friend in the St Charles
llotel here (Detroit) advised Fenton's Matchless
Syrup; I sent for six bottles. I have only tiken
four and rra perfectly well. I most fay it surprised
me, ace" all that knew the condition I was in for
live ye.i. I freely recommend Fenton's Matchlesa
SjtJd dre any blood purJUr in the catalogue of
medicines. Yours rv-soecttuLly.
Detroit. Mlth. E. McKiiterlck.
We Intend to publish more wonderful evidences.
Sold in Koch island oy jotin iengsion, ts, ijreu
nert, T II Thomas and E Kcehler.
Western Agents, Van Schaack, Stevenson Reld,
Chicago.
Feu ton Mfg Co.. Proprietors, Cleveland, O.
WILSOI k COMPANY.
BANKERS & BROKERS,
Dealers In Stock Privileges, U. S. Bonds. Cotton
and Miscellaneous Securities, etc.
The greatest opportunity ever before of
fered for investment.
1000 dollars made from investment of
200 dollars in 30 days. Smaller amounts
invested will pay in proportion.
InvestmeLts large or email can be trebled in 30
days.
We sell or rrtcHASK ss desired 5 shares of
stocks and upward on margins of from one to two
per cent.
t-Ltttcrs of Credit and Drafts payable in any
part of Europe and America, issued for the con
venleLce of travelers.
Full information tent on application.
WILSON fc CO.,
35 & 37 Broad St.,
P. O. Box 24S5, NEW YORK.
Near Gold and Slock Exchange.
mis
J. MONEY & CO.,
3Iannfacturcrs of
Diamond Wire Window Guards
OFFICE AND COUNTER RAILINGS,
Fire Guards, Seives, Riddles, Screens of all Descrip
tions, and W ire Work generally.
Office, 207 Second Street, MILWAUKEE, WIS.
fi?"Also sole Ag eti for German Insest Powder
G. K. WORCESTER,
3iai:cfacturer and Dealer in
1
cossisnxo or
DRESS FORMS. WIRE CLOTIL
BIRD CAGES, FLOWER STANDS,
MOPS BASKETS. BASK RAI I ING.
WINDOW GUARDS, FIREGUARDS,
4c- 4c.
815 Market Street, ST. LOUIS. MO.
K. P. HALL'S
W7AK0-ELEnE15
PLAST12IZ.
A Gal-vanfe Rattery
U irot)edjed In a medicated
DlauFter. and. when applied to
tlio body, produces a constant rmrrent of rlrirtrify.
formiiur the most powerful remedial acrent for the cura
of HktrtJnatirm., A'tmrnUrUL, Srtofico, Htndark. Sprat mm.
Spinal Lhjicvlty, Acrveua ZtMet or Vmai Wtaknet
S7r known. m effect are tnnjhcal. Sold bv Droc&ista,
ornt by mmu on receipt of mjcenf
Aaareaa tsL-i JUikl3 at
abaao-ava., Cuicago.
COM Proprietor, 153
ST. 1834.
INC. 1874.
THE SUN.
1878.
NEW TOEZ.
1878.
As the time approaches for the renewal of subscription-,
TUE SUN would remind the friends
and weilwishers everywuere, tnat it is again a can
didate for their consideration and support. Upon
Its record lor the past ten years it relies lor a con
tinuance ot the hearty sympathv and generous co
operation which have hitherto been extended to it
from every quarter of the L nion.
The Dailt 8cm Is a four cage sheet of 28 columns
price by mail, post paid, 5j cents a month, or (li.50
per year.
The Si'kdat edition of The Scn is an eight page
sheet of 56 columns. While giving the news of the
Allan Hay Co.,
Perfumers,
Soap & Candle Manufacture 1 e
FULL LIKI or
TOILET FANCY SOAPS
FOR THE NOTIOS TRADE.
Bole Agents for J. C. &. Field' Patent OZO
KERIT and ORNAMENTAL ENGLISH CAN
DLES, UNITED STATES SERVICE SOAP, t
ALLAN HAY CO.,
UT Broadway NEW YORK.
"Among the most beautiful of "the British pro
ductions in tbe departments of Wax and Candle
Works of tba Great Exhibition are the Ozokerit
Candle of J. C. & K. Field, London They include
a larger variety of colors and size, for the parlor.
tie twuuoir ana tne Danquei, uui ineir puriiy ana
brilliancy are wonderful, commanding universal
admiration. One kind is marked so as to indicate
the hours of the night, a certain length being burn
'ed in a certain time. These beautiful candiec may
b. seen at the Allan II ay Company Depot, 1179
Broad war, who are cole agents for the United
States. New York Observer.
day, It also contains a large amount of literary aud
miscellaneous matter specially prepared lor it.
The Scndat Slit has met with great auccesa.
Foet paid f l.ao a year.
Th Weekly Son.
Wb does not know Thb Weeklt Sunt It J
clrculats throughout the United States, the Cana-1
das, and beyond. Ninety thousand families greet
its welcome pages weekly, and regard it in the
llpht of i?uide. counsellor, and friend IU news
editorial, agricultural, and literary department I
make it eswntially a journal for the family and the
esne'w Oil LWB
f 10 cash, vre will send an extra copy free. Addrcs I
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-AT-
PUBLIriHER OF THE SUN, New York City.
2rt Rook of French-
y . Xtecretior Ladies 4c Uents,
" Sent fre for 2 Stamoa. Address
I)r. BouAjMArve Cincinnati, O.
?C3 T
HE SUBSCRIBER IS MANUFACTURER AND
PATENTS.
PATEN
F. A. LEHMANN, Solicitor of Patent, Washing
ton D. C, No Patent No Pay Send for Circular
Asthma Relief, which is undoubtedly the best
Asthma remedy yet discovered. Instant relief ia
guarantee! or purchase price refunded. We put np
the medicite la boxes of three size which retail
for 45c, 60c aud (1. Persona lemitting retail price
will have the medicine promptly forwarded by mall
poet-paid. Also samples sent free to any one who
may desire. Prices per dozen, (2.75; $3.50; f7.O0;
gross price, fl8; t3H; $78. Wholesale agents: John
F.Henry, Cnrran & CO-.N.Y ; John D. Park
Sons, Cincinnati, Ohio; Richardson & Co , St,
Louis; Lord & Smith, Chicago; G. C. Goodwin &
Co., Boston ; French, Harrison & Co., Philadelphia,
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