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Frilty. ApfU 27. 1377. THE WAU UPON HA.YESISM. A Cannonada all Along the old Xteptib liuan Xiin. A WARNING TO THE FRAUDULENT PRESI DENT. ,,. From the Xw York Timet, the leading Republu can Paper. The feaat to which the Republican par ty are invited is not exactly the entertain ment thej expected. They had been led to associate the president's cherished de sire for a reconciliation of the north and south with due consideration for the rights of the southern Republicans, and they find it impossible to shout lustily in be bait ot proceedings which seem to them an unrecompensed abandonment of the work built up by the party during many eventful years. It' this feeling obtain im perfect expression, the fact is attributable, not to the weakness or iudiatinctuess t the feelio itself, but to an uDillingness to cast a shadow upon the path ot the president, or to precipiiate a controversy which might impair the Mreugth and use fulness of his administration in other di rections. The president cannot commit a greater uiMtake than to contound this tor bearance with indifference. Beneath the apathy which is visible on the surface is current of popular feeling which he cannot safely ignore. DITTRU9T AMONG THE ELEMENT WHICH GAVE EXISTENCE AND STRENGTH TO THE PARTY". From the Pitsburah Commercial. There is still another element that looks on the southern policy with profound ap prehension and distrust. This is that which gave existence and strength to the Republican party, led in its great battles. shaned its politics, and directed its tri umphs. It is felt that precedents are be ing established, and concessions made that amount to a practical surrender to the Democracy of the state ot South Carolina and Louisiana, the result of which will be the deprivation of the colored men of rights guaranteed them, and a practical oontro! of the south by the Democrats through legislation and . force. It is further felt by this class that to deliberately turn Louis iana over to the Democrats will be to put both the party and president in a false po sition, involving future conflicts and dangers of a very serious character. HIS POLICY SEEMS TO BE DEMOCRATIC, From the ilaysville Bulletin. Hayes has been thimblerigged into Mr. Tilden's plaue, but he has sense enough to know that he will not be permitted to carry out any policy save that which Mr Tilden was elected to represent and execute. THE COLORED RACE IN DESPAIR, From the Kennebec Journal. The bulldozer of South Carolina have taken possession of the hou?e and the public offices with demonstrations of great joy. They are as highly elated with their victory as they were when the federal troops evacuated Sumter in 1861. Wade Hampton's progress from Washington to Columbia was like the triumphal march of a conquerer. His arrival at home was the signal for illuminations, salvos of artillery, ringing of bells, bonfires, and other manifestation of the gratification which the bulldozers felt at his success. Outside the circle of his supporters, how ever, among the poor colored people of the state, the men who hew, dig, plant, sow, .nd produce with the labor of their hands the wealth of the state, there was deep gloom and despondency, as became men who felt that they were again at the mercy of an intoleraut, arrogant, brutish class, who would cue the power it had achieved through the usurpation of Hampton to render the rights guaranteed to the freedmen in the constitution or the United States a nullity. The joy of the bulldozers was not more expressive of the character and meaning of Hampton s sue cess than was the despair manifested by the colored race. lo the former it promis ed unlimited control over the blacks; to the latter slavery all but the name. BLAINE KNEW WHAT HE WAS TALKING ABOUT. From the Boston Traveller. Senator Blaine knew , what he was talk ing about. He knew just what the country knows that the white liver has got hold of a majority of the Boston press to decree that makes it the mere servant ol expediency. It is true that this disease has a national existence, but the acute sore is at the nub, as was indicated by the fierce howls ot pain that went up from the flock when Senator Blaine dropped bis shell in among them.' NOT A MAN OF COMPROMISE. From the Rochetter Kxvress. There are somewhat ominous givings out of intended hostilities to the policy of the administration on the part of leading Re publicans, which cause some uneasiness in view of the convening of congress in June next. Blame and Butler are cited as the leaders of a vigorous opposition, and it may be that there is something in this statement, for the impulsive Maine senator is not a man of compromise, but a "eta wart defender of the faith to the last extremity. THE OLD LINE STANDS FIRM. From the Kennebec Journal, The men of sincere couvictions, who never had and never expect to have an office, who believe in Republican princi ples as firmly as they believe in God and the declaration of independence these nearly to a man are in sympathy with Chamberlain, Packard, and the southern unionists. THE CLOUD ON THE HORIZON. From the Cincinnati Tunes Thert is a cloud bigger than a man's hand on the political horizon. It will take careful handling to save the old ship from damage. HATES MUST BE PUNISIIED FOR TREASON TO THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. From the West Jersey Prtet. It is useless to disguise the fact that President Hayes's southern policy is a dis appointment to the great body of Repub licans. They have been willing to wait dovelopmeuts in order to discover the real purposes of the president, in the hope that they would be found in accord with the advanced views of party. But the indications grow stronger that these hopes were not well ground ed, for the president- seems to have confided himself and his policy to the keep ing of those who, never zealous in be half of Republicanism, seem now more than ever determined to overthrow or to to divide and cripple it. Tho great leaders of the party those to whom we haye been accustomed to look up to for years and at every trying hour in the country's history are left by the wayside. Whether the great mass of the Republican party will sit iy quieuy ana see tneir hopes blasted in this way no longer admits of a question. Kin TOE LOST CAUSE AGAIN ON ITS LEGS. From the Buffalo Commercial Adnertlstr: Through the mistaken policy ot our Ro- . . 1 1 : . , . .r ... .... vuuiiuud presiuent, tne liost Uause is again on its legs. Ronublicans are now wnere they would have been had the triumph of confederate arms compelled uui io BUDuut to ooufederate terms. FreWdent Havei cats tne climax of the folly of Republicans in restoring rebela to citizenship. :S22u3 If Democratic principles are to , be dominant with the ad ministration, let them be carried out by Democrats. Let the Democrats make the most of their op portunity. But let Republicans, stunned though they be by this unexpeted blow. unite and gather all their strength for a patriotic effort to again redeem the country from the incubus of the Democracy, as in I860 to 65 not by a resort toarms.nor by a factious opposition to any good measures which may be put forward, but by electing a Republican president and a Republican congress. This may appear hopeless, but it is no mors hopeless than it appeared from 1S51 to 1856, when the r ugitiye Slava law com promise caused the defection of such trusted friends of freedom as Daniel Webster and Millard Fillmore, and when the Kansas-Nebraska atrocity was sus tained by the whole power of the govern ment, and wrong seemed triumphant Then, as now, nearly ev?ry journal of the ounlry.aud the telt-styled business men. were 10 tavor ot compromise and the pao rifice of right and justice for peace. Peace is desirable. But while God reigns there can be no peace with oppression, tiovern ments are divinely instituted, nit inerelv to collect and disburse revenues, but to maintain justice for the weak, and to be terror to evil doers. For what else do we want a government at all? Under the present complication of evils it may appear hopeless to elect a Repub lican president and congress. But, never theless, the surety ot the country and the perpetuity of Republican institutions are at stake and depending thereon WILL CONKLING MEASURE LANCES WITH BLAINE? From the Nashville American, Mr. Conkling has an opportunity now to show what sort of stuff the gray matter of bis brain.is made ot. I hat he will meas ure lances with the fiery Blaine is almost certain, and he will fight on Blaine s ground, too. with the advantage of the offensive in favor or the Maine senator, Blaine will attack the administration as sure as there is a called session of congress if it happens then to suit his persona aims. He can bring on the fight when and in what way it pleases him. I hat it wil be dramatic and sensational in the very highest degree violently aggressive, rev olutionary, extremely radical no one who knows the man can doubt. He is now fully committed to opposition. When Mr. Blaine spoke in the senate he swore eter nal tcalty to carpet-bagger and negro, to Chamberlain and Packard. No one mis understood his hypocritically expressed belief that the administration would never abandon the southern Republicans. The manner in which he vindicated Mr. Hayes from a suspicion of such treachery showed that he firmly believed he was contemp- ating that very desertion as a fixed fact. His attack in the senate will be a gage of battle to his old enemy, and all eyes will rest upon Conkling as the man to meet him and crush bim. CORRESPONDENCE THAT SHOULD BE PUB LISHED NOW. From the Boston Traveler. We suppose it is better late than never to discover that Messrs. Blaine and Mor ton were drawsbacks in the late presiden tial canvass. Perhaps President Haves had better be consulted on this roint. Perhaps, also, it would be well to ask for the publication of the correspondence be tween the then governor of Ohio and Messrs, Blaine, Morton, Ingersoli. and others about the necessity of going to the rescue oi the Uhio republicans. It may be all very well for the new-found friends of President Hayes to desire the destruc tion of his older friends, but President Hayes himself is not anxious to burn the bridge that carried him safely over. Again we observe, atk him what he thinks about it. CAMERON WITH BLAINE THE FUR TO FLY From the Vhnmbersijurg Valley Spirit. We saidjast week it would not be long till we should hear thunder all around the sky. The signs of a coming storm are multiplying. Here, in our own state, the home organ of the Camerons day by day gives significant expressions of disapproval of the administration's desertion of the southern Republicans. Tyler tried hard to build up a party of which he should be the recognized head, but he failed. Filmore made a weaker and more ineffectual effort of the same sort. Andrew Johnson tried harder and failed worse than either of them. If Hayes makes the same experiment he will encounter the same fate. He is not a man of the right mould to create or even lead a great party. HONEST DEMOCRATS WILL NOT ACCEPT HAYES. From the Lancaster Intelligencer. Mr. Adams, in his felicitiously expressed sentiment that, "no subsequent action, however meritorious.can washjawayjtbe let ters of that record," is in perfect sympathy with the feoling of the masses of the Dem ocratic party. Mr. Hayes cannot be held in esteem by the Democratic voter, while he retains the presidency; for it will be im possible to convince us that he has not gained his office by fraud, and that he does not know that ho holds it by fraud, and that he did not bargain indecently to se cure it, wnen it seemed about to escape him. ' AN AKNOYING QUESTION, From the Boston Traveller. The Traveller now turns to the Journal tor light. VV ill that paper please give an anxious public the "facts" which show that Packard was defeated and Haves elecLed? Will it undertake to prove that there was difference enough in the ! votes cast for the two to warrant the declaration that one was elected and the other defeat ed? WILL MORTON BACK HAYES? From the Cincinnati Timet. Without Senator Morton's assurance and assistance Hayes would never have been elected. Without his help in the electoral commission Hayes would never have been president. Without his help now, and that of the other tried and trusted Re pub lican leaders, he would have no party to back him HAYES'S POLICY DENOUNCED AS INFAMOUS. From the Fasten Argus. 'Absolutely infamous" are the wnnls the Bang'-r Y1dg applies to the president's policy, ai d the results ot that policy are a national shame." The captain, undoubt edly, was thinking of Hayes's policy of stealing the presidency, and its results, when he penued these words. SPECIAL ENTICES. MARRIED LADIES 2id2E!S sump for confidential circular of great value. Dr a . li. ULiAKKE, 18e 8. Clark St.. Chicago. VICTIMS of Self Abuse or Indiscretion send Htlmn frki "f . i i. ii . . Work" on N ervom and Private Diseases. Address Chicaoo Medical Institutb, 1B6 8. Clark St.. Chicago. ACARDo To all who are suffering from the errors and in - discretions of youth, nervous weakness, early de cay, lo.,s of manhood, 4c I will send a recipe that will euro yon, J"REJ OK CHARGE. This great renieay was discovered by ft missionary in South America. Send ft aelf-addresaed envelope to the jure. (JOSEPH X.Ixmam Station D, Bible, House New York City, MEDICAL. .KTY TEARS BEFOR8 THE PUBLIC. tfR. C M?LANE'S. CELEBRATED LIVER PILLS, FOR THE CURE OF Hepatitis or Liver Complaint, DYSPEPSIA AND SICK HEADACHE. Symptoms of a Diseased Liver. PAIN in the right side, under the edge of the ribs, increases on pressure ; sometimes the pain is in the leftside; the patient is rarely able to lie on the left side ; sometimes the pain is felt under the shoulder-blade, and it frequently ex tends to the top of the shoulder, and is sometimes mistaken for a rheumatism in the ami. The stomach is affected with loss of appetite and sickness ; the bowels i n general are costive,sometimes alterna tive with lax; the head is troubled with pain, accompanied with a dull, heavy sensation in the back part, l here is generally a considerable loss of memory, accompanied with a painful sensation of having left undone something which ought to have been done. A slight, dry cough is sometimes an attendant. i he patient complains of weariness and de bility ; he is easily startled, his feet are cold or burning, and he complains of a prickly sensation of the skin; his spirits are low ; ana altnougn ne is saiisnea mat exercise would be beneficial to him, yet he can scarcely summon up fortitude enough to try it. In fact, he distrusts every remedy. Several of the above symptoms attend the disease, but cases have occurred where tew ot them existea, yet examination of the body, after death, has shown the liver to have been ex tensively deranged. AGUE AND FEVER, Dr. C. M?Lane's Liver Pills, in cases of Ague and Fever, when taken with Quinine, are productive of the most happy results. No better cathartic can be used, preparatory to, or after taking Quinine. We would advise all who are afflicted with this disease rive them a fair trial. For all Bilious derangements, and as a simple purgative, they are unequaled BEWARK OP IMITATIONS. The genuine Dr. C. MVLane's Liver Pills are never sugar coated. Every box has a red wax seal on the lid, with the impression Dr. MVLane's Liver Pills The genuine MVLane's Liver Pills bear the signatures of C MA Lane and Fleming Bros, on the wrappers. teg"" insist on your druggist or storekeeper giving you the genuine Dr. C. MvLaxe s Liver Pills, pre pared by Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh, Pa Sold by all respectable druggists anc country storekeepers generally T7 wUhini? to irive Du. C. McLan's LtVKH Pills a trial, we will mail post paid to any part of the United States, one box of Pills for twenty-five cents FLEMING BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa HARK THESE FACTS The testimony of the whole World. HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. "I had no appetite ; Eolloways PUla gave me hearty one." "Your Pills are marvellous."' "1 send for another box, and keep them In the j bouse." "Or. Holloway has cured my headache that was chronic." "I cave onn of your pills to my babe for cholera morbus. 1 he dear little thing pot well in a day." "My nausea of a morning is now enrea. "Your bottle of Uolloway's Ointment cured me of noises in the head. I rnbbed some of yonr Oint ment behind my ears and the noise has left." "Send me two boxes; I want one for a poor fam ly." "I enclose a dollar; yonr price is 25 cents, but the medicine to me is worth a dollar." "Send me Ave boxes of your pills." "Let me have three boxes of yonr pills by return mall, for Chills and Fever." I have over S!JO such testimonials as these, but want of space compels me to conclude. For Cutaneous Disorders, and all eruptions ot the skid, the Ointment is most invaluable. It docs not heal externally alone, but penetrates with the most searching effects to the very root cf the evil. HOLLOWAY'S PILLS Invariably cure the following diseases: DISORDER OF THE KIDNEYS. 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Blotches on the Skin, Bowels, Consumption, Debility, Dropsy, Dysentery, Ery sipelas, Female Irregularities, Fever 'of all kinds. Fits, Oont, Headache, Indigestion, Inflammation, Jaundice, Liver Complaints, Lnmbaco. Piles, Hheumatism, Retention of the urine. Scrotals or King's Evil, Sore Throats, Stone and Oravel, Tic Dculoureux, Tumors, Ulcere, Worms of all kinds, Weakness from any cause, etc. IMPORTANT CAUTION. None are Pennine unless the signature of J. Hay dock, as agent for the United States, surrounds each box of Pills, and Ointment. A handsome re ward will be given to any one rendering each in formation as may lead to the do tec: ion of any par ty or parties counterfei. ing the medicines or vend ing the same, knowing them to be spnrious. rold at the manufactory of Prof, hollo way & Co., New York, and by all respectable druggists and dealers in medicine throughout the clviii.ed world, in boxes at 25 cents, ti'l cents and fl each. t3P""Tbere is considerable saving by taking the larger sine. N. H. Directions for the guidance of patients in every disorder are affixed to each box Office, 11S Libirty St NEW YORK. WOMEN! USE LYDIA E. PINKHAH'P, Vegetable Compound THE feUKE CURB FOR PROLAPSUS TJTERI, All Female Complaints I A Remedy that la rapidly taking the place of all other Pre partitions for the Cure of all Female Weaknesses ! This Compound, which s purely vegetable, has entirely cured the most stubborn cases that have baffled the skill of our best physicians, and thous ands of persons who were considered as incurable before this remedy was discovered have been re stated ;o perfect health by its use. , Worth $1,000 in a Single Case. Bukluiotok, Vt , Dec. 15th, 1876. Mrs. Ltdia i.. Pinkham: It is with pleasure that we are able t say that in every case reported to ns yonr V eaetable uoxpound has given uni versal satiaiaction. One gentleman told us to-day that it had done his wife a thousand dollars worth of good, as he expressed it. our customers with out a single exception, speak of it in the highest terms of praise. You are at liberty to make use of this In advertising if you choose. Yours very re spectfnlly. H. B. BTKAK N 8 & CO., DruggW ErTho Pampnlet "Guide to Women" will bo YvlJVt .tV addrea by enclosing etamp to L VIA E. PINKHAM, Lynn, Mass. 9 Lydia E. 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This solution of Magnesia is found particularly beneficial as a DleaBin? sedative and aperient, in an cases of irritation, or acidity of the stomach, febille comnlhint.a. infanti'e disorders, or sea-sickness An ounce oriwo of tniBBoiuiiuu fjrecunj reuiui heartburn, acril eructations and toumcse, or irreg' iilar fiioominn. The solution la of itself an anericnt. but l'S laxa tive properties can be much augmented by taking with it. or direct Iv after it. a little lemou juice, mix ed with sugar and water, or even with cream f tar- r: in this manner a very agreeaoie eueri sceni draught can be safely taken at any time during fever or thirst. The antiscenttc Qualities of this iO.nt'on, owin to the Dresence of so much carbonic acid, have been found verv valuable in putrid and other fever. As a lotion for the moHth, it sweetens the breath, and the MmTH'itla cleans the teeth from tartar. The solution naB almost invariant! succeeueu m . . . - 1 remnvinff fits, miasms and hpadaches to which dell rate persona are subject from acids and crudities ol the stomach and ooweis. t attention of the nahnc Is n&rticularl v direct ed to the following certificates of physicians and other persons who have used the Magnesia : itEW haven, ten. X. JOO. SODtjnbar, Esq. Dear Sir: I most cheerfully accord my testimony In ravor ot your "Fluid Mag nesia." I have never found anything so pleasant and effertnal for correcting acidity of the stomach and curying headache arising therefrom. It is re sorted to by Beveral members of my fami y when ever aufferiug as above, and always with great sat isfaction andlnstantaneone renei. lours truly. doBH A. ulaki, The subscriber having nsed the above article in his family for some years, is happy to endorse the testimony ot Mr. Blake In its Iavor. ilartford, Conn. Kv. John Obcutt. Providbncb,"Nov. 6, 1848. Mb. O. S. 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But the bodv of the Eagle Anvil being of crjs tallizcd iron, such settling cannot occur; and the steel face therefore remains perfectly true. Also. it has the sreM advantage, that being of a more soun material, and. conseauentiy. witn less re bound, the niece forced receives the FULL effect of the hammer, instead of a part of it being wasted by the rebound, as with a wrought iron Anvil. More work can therefore be done on this Anvil with a hammer one-fifth lighter than reqnired for wrniicht iron Anvil which is more elastic. i ne wonting suriace is in one piece or j assort Bet Tool Cast SrEtu accurately ground, hard ened and given the proper temper for the heav work. The horn is of tough untempered stee! The cast steel surface is warranted to be onghly welded and not to come off. PRICE LIST. Octobb 1st. 1876. Anvils weighing 100 lbs. to 800 lbs. 9 cts per lb. Smaller Am Us, ("Minims.") from $2.75 to $8 each. SAMUEL McELHANEY'S COMBINED Pruninsc Shears -AND- HEDGE TRIMMER. Manufactured by ' S: TODD, STERLING,. ..ILLS. u. i c t aa Sterling, Junk 19, 1574. cwtl" i i. ' -I have n9ed tne No. 1 Pruning ?f t h ? bth trees and hedpes and in some ?.w Jfi places I ever saw a trimmer put I kt,,rtF. re in faying it is the best thing of the . , r saw, and if I could not get another I wonia it Jt part .j u for twpnty dollars. JOHN BUTTON, Practical partner and tree trimmer. Sak Francisco, Cal. These are the best Pruning Tools in the world. BAKJH A HAMILTON. Dooley's Patent Combination TOE-CALKS. Put np in boxes containing 35 lba, each. These Toe-Calks are made from Steel converted from carefully selected brands of Norway and Swedes Iron by a special process which ensures the utmost ease in welding, together with the greatest durability in wear. For sale by all iron, steel nd hardware dealer throughout New England. Manufactured solely by C. F. DEWICK & CO., 360 Dorchester Ave., South Boston, Mass. GOLDMEDAL Non-Extensible ! Patented Tuly 2 1871. Reissued May 13 1873, nd June 9tb, 1874. In this strap the liability of the leather to stretch and become loose and porous is pre vented by a patent non-extensible base, which supports the leather and secures PERMANENT ELASTICITY. We ? make this style with a single rod. doable rods, and wood frames, and intend that it shall,in qual ity, compare favorably with our other well known brands. benj. p. Basses & son, ,, ' " Manufacturers, : , BADQIB PL AC B, u CHARLS3TQWN...... .........MASS. FctO" tr 1 i - r i f , 5 M1U. lter. iina mat ' -- """-it ""T-iiirV tIIEJ RAZOR BELT "WHITE STANDARD 5WHITE CORRODERS AND MANUFACTURERS OP STRIGTIraURE Bed Lead. Orange Mineral, Potters' Lead, Zinc Paint, Putty and Colors. Awarded he GOLD MEDAL PREMIUM. Nov. 1875. n nt. allfinnbtitiH f.iv tlia YVTIITK ' . . ' ...... C'orroder. tJFDEns solicited, vmce, xo. ix nun PITTSBURGH,.. : or sale by C. Piper; Moltne, Ills. PURCHASING General Purchasine: Agent 1 121 DEARBORN ST., - Make purchases ot all description of Merchandise expense to me pnrcuacr. ItttlTKRlCNCKS: - H. K. LOWE. Assistant Cashier Merchant's Savings Loan and Trust Co Chicago Q. P. UPTON, Associate Editor "Tribnne" - " . B. KANE & CO., Manufacturers of Printing Ink B. SCAKRMBRMORN, Ass't Agent U. S. Express Co - WM. DOWD, President Bank of North America, 44 Wall st New lork COOKE & COLTON, Bankers and Brokers. 40 Broad st ..... Subscriptions rectivod for all Papers, Periodicals and Books at Publishers' rates. Correspondence solicited on any point pertaining to the business. State where you saw this adv. SOAP. for the Idtandry or Toilet ts KOFAL to Wbtta C'astiU Soap, for it is made of PtRE VEU- KTiRI.K klIJs. anrl (,r th nin nroceaa. : which oils. It cost K4 MUCH LKM haa the. Imported article ia K la-rapidly coming into generl household nse. The am of OoioaEi !opa is condemned by Physicians as liable to produce km dtaeuoa. Tb PI U1TV of Itae WfaJt Soap raiders ! ttae perfefUr tuumlesa. fflada only by Paoctitit & Gamble, Cidcuioati. sola by ail DANIEL LAWRENCE & SOSS, Only Distillers Still aninv iba rcnntitinn of t.iannTactnrinf thp Hrerwp 1 f h. mnvrlnr nnalitv snd nnritv of Lwrem:e Bedford ltum for the past fifty -one yekrs, ha in(ie it evervwnere Known as toe simuuaru num. eputation. WE HAVE TI WEST STOCK IX TOE "WORLD. Of the finest and choicest grades imitatio ns aUd counterfeits. Order direct from us, orders 'M MEDt'ORU Send, for circular. 131 Broad St., A2TIFI3AL LIUS3 ffi EOBEUT BATY, I f i fonn f aft nmpnf ' ARTIFICIAL LIMBS. Office for the Northwest of Dr. Bly's Celebrated atent Limbs, as the following will show : Rochistbb, T? Y., Sept. 1, 1874. 'Robert Batt, Ksq., Milwaukee, Wis. Dea.bS.ib: You are the only party authorized to make my Patent Legs in the Northwest, there be ing no one in Chicago aithorized to manufacture any of my patents. Yours fcc, DR. BLY. Bly's Limbs manufactured on Government orders. Apparatus for Shortened Limbs and all Dcformii ties. For particulars address ROBERT BATY, 105 Wisconsin Street Milwaukee Wia. NUESEEIES. BLACKHAWK NURSERY! rrosiTK THK SOLDLtRS' MONTJMKNT. ROCK ISLAND, ILL. I shall have, this season, ft general assortment ot Fruit & Ornamental Trees, BlIRRY BUSHES GRAPE VINES. , Pie Plants. Asparagus, Flowering Plants & Roots. : . Garden antCFlower Seeds, All Fresh Irom the Growers. Hedo PLANTin large quau tilies. March ID, 1S77 -2m D. F. KINNEY. Agents Wanted WANTED. We will give energetic and women Susiness that will Pay : from f 1 to $3 per day, can be pursued In your own neighborhood, and is strictly honorable. Particu lars free, or samples worth eoveral dollars that will enable you to go to work at once, will be sent on receipt of 50 cents. " Address J. LAV HAM ft CO., Box 2,154. 419 Wftfhlngtow Boston. Mass. AGENTS WANTED. Goodyear's Pocket Gymnasium. ZltDOBSKD BT THB HOST ftBL11 rHT2Ja ntacu hhciii t. Vrviswl fur Horn " Fraeika. ' ,0( ? r vumu ttBdo. I'ttd Man . uitiB or reclining. A . . Hundred. BkjrteefBl DioT.menu. . . ror home, onU ool, . hospital.. drm t yar, yVTl- No. S.frw Children to W, fl.. No. 4. fnrChtUtreBT 1. o 1, ft 20. Ka 5. for Ladies uid Children U jrtn aod of,wV2' No. 6. for Owitletnon of luodrat: .trenartn, 'T" No. 7. md bjr Ladim,r.'iiillwi. r Uwu. S2.0U h..: for tientlcmen of extra strength, f.i ixi. Foil wt, fnmt 'X use. 1 each, (l t6i Two 7'. and Twog'd, $161X1. No.7anda i fitted with a crew-e! a hook to attach to trio wall or floir. A pair of No. 7, '$' (, or 8. (ft-VfDi. make coanptato Ormnasium and Health Ift. Sent pat-pattl on receipt ot price. EicIumv. Agoncie. granted In uicK-iHlteTMory. ; r Bxchui riifht. to aetl Oie rVM 4)vniaanuro vfford tne largrwt pmib4e retnrna fr.mnU itrreetiDanta. It. aalos r nearl? Bnirersxl wn prefer it ia placed blore the pob lie and iu merit, fully snderotood. For Illsatrated dencriptivn areolar., trrms, Ac, addrsaa, Ooodyemr Hbbbef Carter Co., p. o. b wm. 697 Broadt vay. New York. r, J BCBBU eOQM W SXUil DHtUrtlOI. Mr Drake of tbe Ab-gcs, while tn New Yirk,cftra fully Inspected the above decrib;d Pocket Oyraaft ium. and found It to be as stated by Goodyear Rubbtr Curler CO., who are honorable and reliable P1mu state ii wuatpaper you tn tbda adyertlaa'a nn till lr ii III L II V at II I 'bbU 1 I A TJ3AJ). LEAD WORKS I WHITE LEAD the Pittsburgh Trauesmen's Industrial Instl- l.KAll POur Price Is as low a tnat oi any ouitr . . . . . . . t .. . : , T.. 1. . l : . : !, N.ttmi.l n.nb Avenue, aujuimug jiiiu" i'""L'"1"" .i AGENCY. - CHICAGO, ILL. for Merchants and others at lowest prices, w ltnon retains atl tb natural bealiog qualltiei ol tuo wuuioaai ana retail gr l grocers. of Medford Rum llpst Rum in the States Duly authorized by Stt he past fifty -one yenrs, ha No pains will be spared to maintain its purity and OF OLD 1IF01 BUM and of all ages. The public la cautioned apaiii and we warrant perfect satisfacuon. Please addre Boston, Mass., and they will receive prompt attentio EYE WATE3. THOMPSON'S EYE: WATER! This well-known and thoroughly efficient Rcme dy for Diseases of the Eyes has acquired a world wide reputation dnring lie past eighty odd years and it is remarkable fact that this reputation hat been sustained simply by the MERITS OF THE MEDICINE itself, and not by any pnffing or extensive advertis ing. 7 he many thousands who have used it wi'.l bear testimony to the truth of thia statement. Manufactured only by JOHN L. THOMPSON. SONS CO., Troy, New York. The manufacture of the "Bridgeport Eye Water" has bern discon tinued. ; Price. 85 cents. Sold by all Druggists. WISE GOODS. J. MANEY & CO,, Manufacturers ot Patent Wire Signs I Wire Stands and Frames for Cloaks, Shawls, Capes, Dresses, Coats, Vests, Jackets. Pants, Umbrel las Parasols and Canes, Branches for Hats, , in ttaaaets and Millinery Goods, Also, a large assortment of FANCY BIRD CAGES. 154 Second St. Factory. 168 Second St. MILW AU KEK ,. , WIS HAUL L7E. HAIR DYE. i , . . - BATClTHLOH'S CELEBRATED HAIR DYK. brst iu the world. 1W inventor hue uid tm splendtd Hair Dve for 7 years with benefit to the hair, and no injury to bis health; proof that it is the only true and prrfeet Dye, Harmless, reliable. Instantaneous. No disappointment; no riaicuiou. tintt; remedies the 1)1 eUects of bad dyes; leavri the hair toft and beautiful Black or Brown. Sola nd properly ftpp) led BATCULOR'S Wig Fac tory! Tno. 1 Bond street, N.Y, Sold by all drug gisu. . M3SGU1TQ BITES, VEGETABLE FQISGMS, Ring-Worm. Burns, Chilblains, Itching of the Head and all Eruptions of the Skin, Face or Body inirae atiat.jl cured by Batchelor i Curative Ointment. Sold wholesale and retail at Factory, o. lh Ha auuet, and by all druggista. V, t. filTCHELOB'S AUSU SEAL OIL , for the Uair. The Best Hair 0llu nse BEAIJOL TEETH r WHITE IS PEARLS I whoslleVnu fU at Factory, No. ! Bond street, H.Y.andbyaU druggists. f, i, B.TCHEUH'S af CCBLTiOOl' Black or ?n n for tinting the Hi Whiskers or Mustachoi wtbont "HondSt. Sold wholesale and retail a t hcwT.to Bond st. Hew York, and by all druggist. Ask for theat.