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   Dixon Telegraph And Herald (Newspaper) - November 7, 1872, Dixon, Illinois                                 BVBET MMÍt _  (tt»ÍfilV  m  iWttfeiBtpttMloMit  iMIto  álillAinr  OF TBK SOIIWÍÉtN* | prwifeif of Sì. I^id» git»  Biltfnofilifif «t^f MM^  ü^fMi^ tt Hür YM ^ te  OrteSqr IMM ib^lnd tiy ioonl  ni  tim  Qdwnr» mu.  fgi'a^ láBpfWB Bum  nrnMliVAHU 12S,000 BEPÏÏB-LIGAR 9álOB!7T.  wm YORK, 25,000.  KAiSAOHUSma 61,000.  OÜO, 40,000. IOWA, 35,000.  INJ»ANA, 10,000.  TWBNTT-OME fitPfBLICAK CON-GBESMEK SLEOTED IN N. T.  PEBSIPENT (iRANT REOUVES m lIiBG^CORAL VOTES.  PhlladelpbU 40,000 Republicin. Penn^ »ylfMifai wiU go 100,000 HeptibUcaB.  DfltptUsh firom Biiflyoi New T<H>k, aays carried city by 13,000.  DemocnUo gain in Syracuie. In New York city Gred^'s mi^ri^ will not \te oTerd9,000. Al^omocratic loit of about thir^ tliotuand.  The State of Hew York goes for Grant by about 80.000 ina}oritj.  Maine goes Republican by aboat 30,000 «i^ity.  üot Smm we letm Mm Qeim^ Bai^%XibenM eindidate f«^ Congren, is deftated.  New HainiMililre goes Republican by about 30,000 minority.  Rhode Island giyes Grant an increased majonty and elects both R^ublican Congressmen.  The retoma fh>in MicUlsan show a Ht-puhUm gain oyer yote of 1868.  The news indicate rery strongly that Peimsylyania goes for the Republican ticket by a minority of 100.000. And it now appears that New York State will reioh 49,000 Republican majority.  There are large Re{]^blican gains in IiNUana whi^ go to show that Grant has carried the State by a majority of nearly 15,000.  The retuma fh>m Michigan indicate a majority of 80.000 for Republican ticlcut.  Oonnecticut gives Grant a majorité' of lOiOOO.  The returns ^om Kentucky show falling off in Democratic vote.  101 towns outside of Nww York city show Gnnt gain of 1,460.  £yen litUe Deleware is claimed by the A^Hicans ofthat State by from 1500 to dOOO minority. This is too much for us to ask for.  W towns In Vermont give a Republican msjority of oyer 13.000.  A despatch from Columbus, Ohio, says tiii^t the Republican majority in that State wm not be len ^n 8o,000.  A ^tpatdi flupQ Pittsburgh says GraaVs m^rity in ÀliegUeny county, is about 18,000.  There is a B^blican gain in New JiOMy.  A despatch from Indhi§ia says 117 townships show Republican gain of 3,488. "  In New York, Dix, uid entire Rcpubli-can tiMÊf^toa by 36,000  H4>rtiHpollns for Grantfll^ about 8,010.  Gfant'ainajority in Nebraska will be. i abcmt 10,000. ^ W  A despatch from Chicago, says^at Grant will carry fts State by about ilhsi the conten betwe^^gies-I close, though Ws es-timatad the foàÊjg'» majority will be flf<m ten to iftelKousand.  lowagim Gmat 80,000 mi^ori^y and elected IbU Republican delegation t)o»irretSL  New saya a despatch, has giyen RepobUcana 8,000 mi^i^  New Hampahire,  Richinpd»ya, dMpatok «ìiyaGfaalir küewrÉlUit Üité tyf l^OOir; TDmi».' mttc OoniifiiOiMi eleolad: lÁter diei-paiaiea lay IBI the St^M^dpubt^  St.. Loiéh Hemoorata Jdb oat ^ three Ckii^remnen In tk« ecmoty mû nine out of ten fa conntry dismole. Both  parties dalm liiii. 01  m  b« Ibttad Moottttta of the kOiì* m Eiftfni dU6i.  ^Iflük^  fhjgòl^iiiiSQlaié In WiU IM  yjíaliWn/fyliT.  npm eitr ti^, «nd a bright ae# lài^ date it it lor a placeo« eyery center taäe. H<HPlott Md LeoM^ pnbliihe^i^ToNmPlii  year. /  0am, Wiy  ¿ -T^aMirtmdiMíw «*^ im te âdtiadkillad klHidrika «Aerdi^, ie  ike kmiaiB OMsaiF troubled wltn theephnoUft^rt taw-kortet aad Horn WêÊf. The ttayoroftheHBliy Ittoodeif lobe heard  ......  T " WT" _  JUJiaO!> «ST13 'Ii  loraisia  ......-tfaa  âonmm  «OB «AfiOfWi  «  xSt'r....."^tOTf -T" JßB^^ í-i  Ami immm  liikùixi ná^mv -m'i 'itiî«>f»Œ .*â  •101«  •da«  8,001  -8 i " sseTiamoKiW '8 H  m. i o 'Kímoo «MHÄ*  •g^ 'itïaofscB  4" na'sTOMopuvs a—' • _ '^mi -'-ÄiS^ I" ÌS -«««tiui s H-loitaas  wb juLmm «oxnwTK  '813 'ÍJMOpBOX s^iCdino  IItSI" " " 'iSS^ T 'ÇîWê tiowepuy fl ........^^  nffc -w» o j-'^jjjj^ MOKiia^jaf  ......tniag-s T.........  ® -ÄiKaoo «omvK  fr. 'iiiviofwa ««iCftrs  ^ Aisnoj ana A Vi  m'T"  ....."utri* TV' w'ir wwenoo'f^  TW»  SgQ«?-«"«»!« 'X'Jl __________  im'r-m%  mmfn'YT'l  -wwilw^v '«M  rfirw«n and mmmlk iUpQb» mrnúHtihmé* ft #*^VlioiÉMfthatwt  iMPNi^etid |i«iiliiir lit l^igfeM-  ta  «idwoefblll hones  áüttia hate a tide poek^ aad a  handkerciiief, ae tiMltsi or lafftr than a  ti^le cloth» thei^ ^  -We hate called àir peopli> attea* tion to thia of|ea heretoib^ hot at it is a loiportaa^ we ehall, pro* ' arge» tNMaiqr fitfi to ihoi^MrUlt tiNl^ ehi^ eaeoQiipa ttti mite the telM^in alio an tanca of their calling« a good finae inroad for hahagvMli M^ool uQch Hi |iro|^eti, in iter of hoatf in their SL 0. 8aMi imrka eeedi ia o^diitiBgi in ftrst-claat lehool. We ileaied with a brief visit iK^ire^ where we laid pn^tfoea aaai&st-paya aay oae to OWF d^*  .......daa  i&mm  1  s  taani  Mow  •%9<mB H' •M f m'l  uoo _ ,  •xanixflia xsaii •ÂinwÊmmr  m'si  »»Ü  Tfliß üOtt:  a<M|4«>H  Í8X"€T  9T8'IT  m'8  mos»  ......i^nnoo d^MQOit  ......Éìxtnfò '0122  ......lltmoi) noni P« If  -X^ttiioa o|«liio»»ll  .......oira  ---------in-  ira -H ^......  smaM'H 8if r -I» ^______:  Andrei  8ff'9"'iEaoa«a 'X J...........'^^H  fS -m^y -H M " l^n*®^ ^ ioiWMB  'jusaoo ¡tñomta •888'llROffittMatlSMV *  »•■■•«•I "  -jusaoa asM  •loraxsm HXHora-Axarax  08 ^ÍHJ0{»ai .«luna _ WOOH 'K t " W»!«^'. .......•vlMt  'MiMaûa Mtipr  »SAaiSy K-.......^  îg'rîiSio V V " W -.....«Ii»tt -8 T MOiWWg  ....................«..........♦»•rjmOi  mz  6W> «81*1 Wî'l n^r.  OOl'l  ■aofforqoH  66¿'0l  ÜÍEL"""  tor's.............;  A0I*»...............  ...............  m'l................  .............  ggH ...............  HfttMqimitiD 'lantum  .....iwuoo  •• Xiunof> uonnfntig  • • •• •iEnmoa pxmxm. ...... NtimimemD  - 'XlOTIC© VVSMIII  i|iiiu)D noeg  |Sy slow degrees'the enfairged' tfie nam^ ahali imffmá^á ae' I reoentjy Judge Iji> YbÜc. d«cldèd that irymrtioles, and that exeoipti ander the iat% ittm seisfiura ai^ b. He based hU da-hand that the lèws of ^plad olothing and ^ticles." Astlisisa bd one in which orad*  mf  WanmiA  m'9  m'zv'  m't  w'8 ................  ugt............... ................A®®  —..............................'^o  'aiof»«if ^  •IDllUUna BAKIK ß • _  m''  W8t  fliw't sug't  «RH  «IC  m'z  m'u'w.....  rwoji  -Ful  five htfp Mt. Pl^ that mi ir  day, to H goto uil onc,cai{^ can ticl^  AJMAgo wm , *m 'Wiïem •«oudtD  e  068»».....'^tSkms v' -gesV......«nfwg 'àk r mtwa  'Xiitaoa Htm^Hf* * -XMf^ AWIKOOWO*  •m ■.iaipQQH  '»•jtsifcniDÎiS 'cl  iÖÄ*8"J»pnwa|Vfa" ÜI» "—Hftux 'H T.........  m ••'"SE®  ip:;  eio's^wMJH -a A'- ^m'i.......r Ém  'JLX1IÍ103 igpa  mt'T'"......X"' ^«f»*«"  w'i.........WÄ r ytmyrnm  ......an  the grand party of the seilbn ; so we i|py infj|rñrom the general ^fc and nrepara-tioll now uttdOTftT' ^MNDf the largest ^riag^ bands ewer Ê omcHf rntOt the aiaaic for this occasion  ^ 'Aaiwuna  HI %  «Mt^ Jätaid m m mOrn m WA  New Hantpahire, tttelican by 6,0(|. The Democmta ccmSKl ]£||Donsin to Graat by abont 1%000. V  Portland, He., ^ves a Republican gain ofooa Ban^^rglTes a Republican gain of Ó03,  Rallegb and 8aliibury, N. Ò., show great graat gidns for Republicana.  Bei^toh fìrom New Orkans says the Repablicaa »tate Committee claim the  —  __"T*___  fHim»  —Ihe Orinai Sépérkr says Mr. J^p h#i, Presi^ht o^the Old^ttlen li-utioD, calla a meeUngfbr not. Oth, at the Court Hoa«e, in ^^ whicli  time the eodety is tp^ reeeanise^ tod persons admitted ayptóera wÌo ha?e setfled in the avVlater date It ii  desired to malie fl&Uaaaannal rennion ofheartyand iikmeiag latereat, when the ^old setlers the •'triei onea" ùt the cariTPfÌi|e days, thè Àyi ot prai^ schooners and no railroaÀ, may uni clasp banda, exchange greetings, live oter old times, note times «^ges in them-selres and ali around them, and hate a  who were  ttendance upon a meeting  .M......... nnnr  ofthe Tanner officers and Central Com-mittee. Xany of them were oid pernal frienda, and alter the greetiogs anl^n* jpratubtions Wj^e orer, Mr. Washturfie was caUed u|Éa Hk a speech. He ro-tponded in a Iittk addreaiof abont fifiecn VÁAmí in wh^ he expressed the nt-amet eoafldencé la tha reenlt. He said he had come home that he might add his TOte to the 90,000 mi^f^ty whicn would be roied up in the State of Illinois for Ihrant and Wileon in the coniincelectkin On ibi arriTal in New York, he liad heard with mnéh sorrów that the diimen siom and ditisiona amongitlic Illinois  V  Repbllcans were threatening to bring about the election to the United States Senate of that arch-traitor, Lyman Trumbull, but his fears had been happily dit-^pated before coming hear, and witness-  1__» •— *-------  I it is by no means imf a coming Jadga fhall ( braast^Bip poodla^ hen«« anmig Um .. ' that M az-  ft  ^et mm Made»  0 of the manttfaetnra ft little pieces of stcui«  so largely to the en* t-iaatOberstelQ^cmtlM IX, whixa there mm and quarries, the ra» Irefully turned to good - flff made Into  ^ed by experts to ' m. are mostly sent ta^ rket. The substaiK saicet ronaeriyei tto  1 purchased the fO^-M by jr. B. l^Moy, Sttocees to Mr. Bus*  ^erhiking.  at the Dikoii Baiar, in themaiM, among !1 attention to J. 0. Fiutd, which is per-mannOictured. We its, and find it worthy  es of Hats at ICter*s Iw  has now falMi Ihll rbadaMi her^ofore er, Osbom à Bottf, the intarast af tha ly's card in thi^Mpar. «eootiatte tiie sadi and  r Caps for Men Kin'a  Bun^ Hard Orni ir sala cheap, la L-O.OiarabiiB.  n m ('enfi Neck. Kim*a.  A l^fiOi STOCK  Of Wintai MUUnery U<mx1s of the latest Winter styles, hare Jtiit arrived at Sussmiich's, also a good aisortment of Notione, Ladiea Fumishinr and Fanc^ Goods, Zephyrs, Oenaaiitown W^, Jewelry, and ToUei aiielee» al S«m-milch'i Kmporium of Fashion, Main Straet, Dixon. w)  tile Ladies of Dixon and Tlcia* ity^I have oa hand Main Mink, tel, Affralì Fiti^, Sib-Sqidifer, White Fox and dght tanetiis In Child's For Seta whl^ 1 wttieell at saU%&ctory prices.  Iw Kibr, the Hatter.  rouvD:  A bracelet. The owner cm hkve the lame by proving property and paying for this adfcrtisemeni, at the Nachusa House.  8e?afa aaow down east laat we^i  A Wiohita, Kansas, idltorwaau **flrf limits''eilabllshed on the adjMeat pratile.  TN altéapt tú kill bean with a spring-  Sittoá iitfÀyoftait wee| killed Mr. antiOfinMliCrfek, Wisooaitii.  AhoAH^taMh, thia Ml, «Mir wild eats have beea peremptorily tatoed. 1 he iMt oM wetghad 97 powa^'  —The pralrio flras in Buffilo oonnty, Kabiapkat mide ft horrible barbacat of lha horaataad «aula there tethered.  Foar ehitdrfn and 80 head of eatUt wer« haned io death at Orei^ wood, Mah* IM, hy prairie fire Uit week, ioha Wentmors was killed by H|^t-  niag at Sioux City, huit wei^,liMti ndttt^ toil «NI fat ámák lèlke n^t Min «Ihira te tha addine  A BiaB Md hia wlÊii amd of lHioiia^hMraheai seat to ttia i^l. taa^Mylbrthreiytitif^ a%üMi lh#r ^lydiildé  iThere is nothing mean about UiidDfdf ley. Theaealar^ Meae of a catoaat ot dhimonds Ini praitiMMifi to hia wife aa i»f  hut hinliiit aMI tlM^MIM  Dr. Stiynan, aHM taMiÉMl to Un, Ittiaaltyilaia^odtf he had erer read ^hetoalMaat^. Be eakl he had, and waa Ihen told tMura waaaoeaoh aathar.  Heaiy Howüd Brnwaell, who died at East Hartiford, Coaa., last week, was private Admiral Ftfti^tat  the batti« If Bay, ftnd was the author of thf ^^m^ fight" aad other war poaaa.  A fonth fiaiBid mcianer, of Syraeuie, ladn Mm aahleved Mictcea« iw the doable palft ^ David aad Qollah. He was iwiag. log a ilng aboat hia head when It hit him aato Che eat, kltthig him laataatly.  Witllftm Ryad, ot Coldwat«', mada htt Mfvaatglriaiaathar, aadthen iad«jN^ her to drown the ohOd. He haagoaa t^ priei« for tea yeara, where he will ha pio^ teoted flrom MTvaat glfla  tlM ip^ioëtie, whicfa isnowefflctlog the lioriM C^ tlhicago, has, as we leara èom ée papere* of that city, diatribated itaalteatloaawith rare ImpartlaUty, aad laaow, indeed, thoroughly mattar of tha ri^tion.  theNew York iSaniays that Qiaat'l adUuaaa is a regpUtr enlisted UniUid Sutee aoldler and *^rawing money tfftt*» larly " out of the Twsnry. We do  [Wi^to tijNiipi W mit or a Theona haf iiathhM todawUh the ad* dir/ ^^  Fresidfnt Etitot, of Harvard Colkfe» ^iil^clad to the etadents of that inatltatian ^peariag ia tiia Gmad RepabNean dem* oastia^n In Boftoir^ aa repreaenutlte^ of the ccñl#|e. So the boys carried a tH^it^rency on f hich appeared, *Whp* ever says these are Harvard Seniora is # liar and a vilUla.  Thraa haadred and fifte^ iñoteit of the <^reirfef aad Browa iMb, In the Sefèn-tevttti Wiàd, Chieago, tia#e resolved to vote (to C^esbf Ibr Oovenwir imd will, probably, gii |he#nllre lU|»ublioan tksluii on eleéloa day. The hottem has feilen ont ot thai Ube^l'Bi^ubllcan Demoerat ic Coalition«  The Sootn is «ufföring fr«)m a revival «I chivalty. t% appears that W. Oanldcrsent Kr. Way, of ThomasvUk, Ua., a chaUenge to meet and teht him with doubla barrii shot gnn«. The colmi-el repalrud to the spot, but Mr. Way waa MiUridy ont o( range, b«lng about fifty ndlee awsy. The colonel, filled with dis-appolatmenf, returned without dlscharg* ing nis piece.  —We have been préünted wltí some very fine mn^ firoih J. 8. Peters, pubUi^-«te, 000 Broadway New York, through fÊm politeness of Jas. C. Mead, of tiie Dix-óa Booh Store. The pteees now oa oar l^e, «»May Fh}wera**and **Backto^ Ohl Home Again*' are choice pieces which ah<mld im upon every piano.  —N<^bvnateat  -*BeM Spring Wheat Finur in the woriö at  C O. SMiTii*k  —A fiae line of Gloves at  FLAOo'a  fSQiOUQB BRgO mASO üBlHá FiQg« D. H. HoadMyi mceessor toMIPllig-giae, haa on Biverride Farm, mdes Soaihwestof Dixfm. Lee county, tils.,--seventy five head of PoUnd China Pljes, from one to lour months old, for sale at reasonable prices. mS  -Boy's Caps in great variety at  Fmoo's  -Everything In the Millinery line at  tf Mrs Falìix'bs.  —Winter Wheat Flour, cheap at  C. 0. BMrm%  4. Means U«i., m street, near the  t "IPTTlÉfiâÎ  0. B. Doaot  Oim, mm ft«a ÉMMfiit  talliti  w  F|r ta m lltit  f à'&i  ! f'î  -m  lüi^ üm iuf. m-WÊ  ssl iar  PomPà  s  tìum II no  »•«e «t»r ht sii  ity tluitto  "HE mm  k Ml Une «r booti. Lftâic» mA •ad ChUdroM' ikow sa« mkMÁ^ A. e- m  »■»i'lV  im» 9mm  m '  :fài  a mmtf  •^iMiairtflieliaf; Ooodiai  a MNhPi  —A fine Une of Miak Futa ill  -Cnmmiaa * Q9^má F^JMpinrtl.^ Ca., plow aMiaafedaMia all  wm thair pAm^memmà^  —Oo top. JLto WhWNT.^  tiàê  •> I}.,  •^The aotfhfitylifi IfiWIiilil  -Abeaatlha latpf stylé of Hala and Baanata at  tf t' Mia'. .. ^  DShm io^iiii»  J. W. StefhaiM, D«^ willbe awit flrom bla ofltcé every eatabtiahed a branch^ like thainHrit of tha dttaviirs t4) woffit Bp a larga busillis ahowiac eatarprlae ia tlia y«d|i man. So tamamher every Wadaiadil, unili fui^liw notlee.  -The 00^ iMyhie la Wlater received at  —** A thing of beauyr la t^Mf.^mmif atid the moat ewtaiiUely heaatIftiVÜiiig In tha Baaaa^M« aav  to be found a^ Millinei^yBtore of llMi i B. md ^  imeit andiMj^^t at  raai^og fea» ita m twaaf^kdterip m effort hat been spared la the endeavor to ph«ae «Mh^ feacy to flUfUmlánd hMáíé, lüiHee wWiIng to poesesp a >y foret«', and husbands deslritig v> propitiate the **àume Goddess," will dml itbothtoth|ir pleavure and advantage to call aa# exm* ine thIa fine stock of goods. lfiS4f  —That large sítk^ of clothlag hat Joat been received, also Bay's salts at $8.00-^ Men's und(;rftbiru and dmwem only SO cents each—with a good assortiaent é!P Boy's undershirto Mid drawers «t  lüO-am Janas H. Tonii*a  —AU kinds of hard and soft lowest cash prices.  coal at  ; ti''  irch.  at  S^e very nice styles in clj^p Furs  FLAOCI'S. ^  Joihna White hat been a member of  »ktt Bmb^I II..- .-.I I----------^  iDWH iám rOE SâJLi. '  Good locatians for homes. Enqutrif gi thisofiice. t^  A SITOFFÜRNITÜRR  Neariy as good as new, for sale. Ea* qire it this oflice. ^^  oimmzvh wi&i  Feaoe, €lothei«.ltoe8 or Qtape-vtola For sale at eight mnu per poiuidilir Wm.BiKs#lNMi. —Freeh wpply of Wool Up BuAdo Robes, Saddleü, Whips and Trunks at Wi D. B. Amü.  M;. 0. Smith rear of Tillson's PffVg Store.  —A%ouse to rent in Dement towa ; known as tha Jack Lawrence dwalluiff   

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