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Thunliy. May 17. 1377. A Nw Hotel in Geneseo. There is a good le-l of rivalry in Geneseo between the North Side aul the South Side of the town, anil now that their hotel .on the hill has been deatros ed this rivalry crops out in regard to the plice for a new hotel. Immediately after the hotel was burned a Mr. John JacoiwoD, ol Bureau Junction, came there and pur-1 fcd to, chased ground on the cornet of First and Perry streets, near toe railroad station house, and anounced that be was goiog to build a fine hotel this euoimer. The loca tion was generally liked, but the people felt that the Messrs. Miller, who had been burned out, ought to have the preference, and they were encouraged to rebuild. The (iencseo New says: "There has been something of a strife going forward between the North Side and the South Side, as to which should secure the new hotel which the Millers will erect. The lot on the corner of Orange and State, on the North bide, is quite as eligible at; the Harrington lot on the South Side, We learn that a telecraui was receiyed from Mr. W. I'. Blaclrtston, who is at present in Kansas, on last Wednesday evening, offering to subscribe one thous aud dollars toward the erection of a bite) on the North Side. Other men on the South Side would probably increase the sum to twenty-five hundred. It is repor ted that one thousand dollars has been subscribed by the South Siders to secure the location in that part of the town." And in another article the Netos says. 'The Messrs. Miller have purchased the Ilarrinirton House site and will ini mediately proceed to work upon ths new hotel, which they will complete by the first of next November. The considera tion for the lot 19 $3,500. The papers for the lot were made out Thursday afternoon The old Harrington House burned down eight years ago the 24th of next July. 1 he Millers will erect, as everybody expects, a first.class hotel. It will be in the form of an "L" and be ttree stories high above the basement. It will contain sixty rooms. One of the wings of the "L" will be 40x75 feet, and the other 40xf.o. The basement will be divided into a bath room, barber-shop, billiard room and store room. The first floor will be used for office, parlor, dining-room and boudoirs. The upper stories will be devoted to sam ple rooms, suites for families, and sleeping apartments. The house is to be thorough ly well built in every particular, aud will be an ornament to the town." The National lintel lieporter, of Chi cago. on Tuesday said: "We understand that Mr. J. Jacobson has given up the idea of building a hotel in (ieneseo, owing to a lack of necessary funds. The traveling public will be glad to learn that Miller & Sons are to be the proprietors ol the new house." society to the lawful representative -of the national sovereignty is to make a demand with which men of onor cannot complyj Those . voluntary courtesies mean some thing. They imply a' great deal more than would bo implied by accepting from the hands of such a president the per formance of some official act necessary to be done in the public or in a private in terest. A citizen who regards Mr. Hayes's title as a majority of the people regard it, might be under a compulsion to submit to a legal process issued in Mr. Hayes's name, or to recognize bis official signature to a public paper. But when such a citizen is asked to pay to Mr. Hayes the voluntary respect of recognizing him so cially as the president of the. United States there is a moral consideration to be attend MEDICAL. , l&mufactoers MKTY TJkAKS KiFOKE THK PUJtLlC - DR. C. M?L AITB'S Celebrated American WORM SPECIFIC OR VERMIFUGE. "Sr'ODUNBAR'S TJix,i3 pfgai by &rvr YTATER on iy MAGI 1ES A ai Most compute, method CRANE.BREED&CO. CiNClNHATl PAOlTCmS.PjF IT IIHS 5. COIL Si REGISTERS SlCA "WHITE LEAD. STANDARDWHITE LEAD WORKS Mr.'Hayea In New York. Mr. Hayes will doubtless feel souit-wimt uneasy in this city, the vast majority ol the people of which regard him us the Fraud which Charles Francis Adams say be i.-!. When he shows himself in the strcts, be will realize that three-fourths ot all the men and women at whom he look- are of Mr. Adums's opinion, When lie is in any public assemblage, ho will know that he U among men who hold that opin ion. When be sits down to the Chamber of Commcrco dinner, he will feel that there are men of that opinion at the table. Wherever he goes, he will be unable to get rid of the impression that that opinion i in the air. and that it bus taken firm hohi of the public thougLt. It is bdd not only by democrats but by many people who belong to the Republican party, aud by men who voted for him. Though saved from the experience of being saluted as a Fraud, he will yet reallzn that the woru kept from the lip ii moving in ttie mind. l'his will muke Mr. llnyf' visit acreeable to him than it would hae briu under other circumstances - much I v ULTceablo thun if he bad t'ouic h( re in t'm lawful president, tht fairly elected lb i u t lic'iii president. Then Again, he will be nimble to forges that this is the city of Mr. Tildt r.'s reei deuce. We presume that he will not set Mr. Tilden, or call upou him; but he w:li be sure to think of him, und the t.ioupht will not escupe bis mind that the office t occupies whs stolen from Mr. Tilden. 11 will recall the statistics of Mr. TildenV popular majority in the city, in the ntate, and in the country, and think of the right to seven commission by which Mr. Tilden was couDted out. lie cannot very well keep such things out of his head when visiting the city in which Mr. Tildpu re sides. On this account, also, he will feel less satisfied with himself here than he would have feit under other and better circumstances. N, Y. Sun, Wtli. From tht A. 7. Hun. May Uth. The Chamber of Commercu Dinner to Mr. Hayes. If it is true that an invitation was sent to Gov. Tilden to be present nt the dinner that is to be given by the Chamber ol Commerce to the dc facto president of the United States.it wus u most inconsiderate und indelicate act. To subject Gov.Tilden to the necessity of declining the invitation, or to the alternative of meeting Mr.Iiajtis an president, wus both unnecessary and improper, (Jov. Tilden knows, us thous ands of his countrymen ktrow. that Mr. Hayes was Dever elected president, and that he is exercising the functions of that office solely through the triumph of a fraudulent processor counting the elector.il Votes, which deprived the pco-1 ; rf more t Ini ii oue stale of the union of their lawful choice. Moreover, (iov. Tildeu wus him self the lawfully elected candidate; and in his own person he represents that great majority of the American people who have beeu defrauded ot their right to shape the policy und conduct tho administration ol tho executive depurtmcnt of the govern ment. If Gov, Tilden were nothing but axle feutcd candidate who had lost tho election because a majority of his countrymen pre lerred Mr. Iluyes, then, as tho represen tative of a defeated minority, it would be graceful aud becoming in him. whenever occasion culled for it, to manifest his acquiescence in the will of the majority. This he would do as readily us any man that ever lived, l!ut this is by tio means bis position. He represents a defeated majority of tht people of tho United States; u majority that bus beeu deleated, not at the polls, but by tlio most infamous tampering with populur votee, and ly a process which has put a fictitious stamp of legality upon a great variety of frauds, perpetrated for the express purpose of bringing info the office of president a man who had no title to be considered as the lawfully elected candidate. The men who cneiueerod and brought about this condition of the office, must take their president as tbey have made him. They must take hiui with a title which is so completely vicious that they can challenge recognition lor nothing hut bin oilioiaUota aud it is doubtful even if his official acts would ttand legal scrutiny. Hut to challenge tor him social recognition as president that voluntary homage which men. pay in the oourteaioa and forms of Short florna. A jarge sale of blooded cattle took place at Dexter l'ark, in Chicago, last week, attended by quite a number of cattle raisers f rom different parts of the country, cyen the New England states furnishing representatives. The sale of Tuesday was that of the Blufidale short-horn herd, owned by Mr. Abut r Strawn, of Ottawa. 111., and fortv- five Lead of cows and heifers were sold at an average price of $4"4 78 each, beside six young bulls and three or four calves. I hi biddiug was not generally active. owing to the cheerless state of the atmos phere or to scarcity of funds, though some of the animals went on at a rouud figure. At least the farmer who sells his cows for from $20 to $3Q each and imagines he is getting a good price for them would think so; out ttie value oi biooueu stock, use that of oil-paintings, is what it will bring subject to the moods and whims of the purchaser. However, Mr. Strawn had some very fine animals on exhibition yes terday, and the sale, taken altogether, ought to afford him satisfaction, though it is true several went at a decided bargain to the purchaser. The terms of the sale were six months on approved bankable paper with interest at 6 per cent; a dis count of 6 per cent allowed lor cash. Mr, L. 1'. Tunir, of Paris, Ky , acted as auc tioneer. Nineteen head of the herd, tas appeared in the catalogue, were reserved trom the sale, owing to accidents and var ious reasons, and will bo taken back to the farm by Mr. Strawn. The highest iiricc for any one animal was for Geneva llosc, red, by 4th Duke of Geneva, bred by U. F. V anmeter; calved May 2, 187; Sold to Trimble & llenshaw, Plattsburg, Mo., lor $2,425. The second day's sale of the series of short-horns at Dexter Park took tjlace on Wednesday atternoou, and was larger than the one on the day before. About the same number of bidders and spectator were present that attended the sale of Mr, Mrawn, and the laces nearlv all looked familiar. Among the prominent herds men of the country present were noticed William Hailoweil, Waukegan; J. F, O'Connor, Farley, Iowa: W. li. Dodge, Waukegan; H. C. Meredith. Cambridge c-ity, Ind; A. J. Mreeter, iSew W indsor J. S. Latimer, Abingdon; C. M. Niccnlls, Bloomington; II. Hoiman,.Tcrre Haute, Ind.; E, C. Lewis. Deer Park, 111.; G. C. 1 -! . 1 1 . . T rwy ... t , .uciorj re, .uenu.ua; ,i. j. onmii, inde pendence, Mo. ; J, C. Ramst-y, Onarga, 111.; C. fe. DeGrafi, .Janesville, Mum.; V . ?. King, Minneapolis; Col. uliam h Simms. 1'ans. Jtvv.; J. N. Dunaway Ottawa; B, 11. Campbell, Desmoines; Kobert .Uiller, H est Liberty, Iowa; An drew Carson, Amboy; John Wood, New Windsor: J. II. Mrawn. Alexander, 111 .1. l. Murphy, Dubuque; J, P. Bullock, lotiKvi, ill.; It. VJ. Duncan, Osborn, Mo W. S. Slate. Wenster, Mass.; E. W. Mills. Jojllivan, 111.; D. O. V ickham, Potters ville. Pa. ; J. L . Bennett, Baldwin, Ind.; J. L. Lehman, I rauklin Orovc, 111. ; D. O ickhclm, J ltusv Stoningtou, III Craig, Toronto, Can.; instou.Kaukakee and several others. Ihe sale comprised portions ot the henis of (jov. II. lauding ton, and Hailey tv uoodspeed. of lscor giu, aud James Mix and Emory IJobb, Kankakee, III. Some very fine cattle were sold at a reasonably good figure, and foujc- i . i i ordinary specimens wcrj sanawiened in, which had the effect of placing the av'rai-t mum lower tnari it. womu otherwise te hud thev beeu left nut. The Lidding was only uuuerarejy active, inougn on Pome tj.-iie there was coiis'id'-mV activity displayed. 1 he aggregate rca'-ze.l on seventy-nut cows and heifers so:,l wus $2i. 2t5. t avrrage SuOu.bts. I he tiggregate n la t ulin was S;2,l"."i. the' average i-2i." on Superior to any English or American. A DIPLO- liie American SYMPTOMS OF WORMS. rPHE countenance is pale and leaden- I colored, with Occasional flushes, or MA w awarded to this Magnesia, by -- . " ... i I Institute in lH5i. a CircumscriDea Spot on one or UOlll xhiu very useful and elegant preparation is lined fhofW the eves become dull : the PUDllS as au Peent antic acm in aspepeia compi CDLtKS, HlCCCb uttuuituun, F"l"u atteiide.l with aculitv with veiv great btuefil dilate; an aziire semicircle runs alone has the advantage over common MasrneKia, in t tl 1. n,to.lwl tlir, nnco ic irrifofAfi uiiwoiveu. ana mereiore uoi oeing name mv. ..v , v... w ..v, maiatfc i the bowele. It is decidedly superior to Swell-;, and sometimes bleeds ; a Swell- I Carbonate of Soda or lotash, on account of ite r., 1- . - l 1 1 a iracui uimuif , PIS 01 me upper IIP ; occasional ncau- -Thls 0;1l0n 0f Taneeia ig fonntl particularly ache, With jjummine Or throbbing Of benflcial as a pleasing 8eda;ive and uperieut. iii ail , ' , .. c cases of Irritation, or acidity of the stomach, febtlle toe Cars ; an linUSUal SecrellOn Of Saliva; ,-oinplnint, intantie disorders, or cea-gickness. slimv or furred tongue; breath very foul, particularly in tne morning; ap petite variable, sometimes voracious, with a crnawing sensation of tie stomach, it others, entirely gone : fleeting pains i in the stomacii ; occasional nausea anu nitinsr ; violent pains throughout tne abJ'r.ncn; boweis irregular, at times costive; stools slimv; not unfrcquently tinged with blood ; belly swollen and Grand Medal at Ceiitenntnl. t "3r 1 Au ounce or two ol thin solution speedily removes heartburn, acri'l ernctatiotis aud touriieee, or lrreir- ulur di'"lton. i'he solution is of ilse'f an aperient, bnt re laxa- llvi-i ponies can be muuli auirmeuteu by takin; iih it, or direct iv after it. a mile bin m juice, mix ed w ith snt;ar and waier, or even with cream of tar. t'sr; in this manner a very airr. table enerescent draught f an be safely taken ut any time dnriug f.-v-i- or thirst. The anusccptic itia'iili-B of this jo tition, on in to the jiresence of so much carbonic acid, have been found very valuable in putrid and other fever. As a lotion for th month, it sweetens the breath, and the Masmesia cleans the teeth from tartar. The solution has almost invariably succeetteu in reninvincr fits, snasms and headaches to which tleli 1 . -im' ' l... 1 ate persons are suojt-ci iroin acius nuu cruunito vi auu ttu uui Mii.vu ijy the siomach and bowels t he attention of the imb'ic s Danicularlv direct ed to the following CLrtificates of physicians and other persons who have nsert the MagtifMa: jitw liAVKN, ten. Vi, SO Dunbar, Esq. Dear Sir; 1 most cheerfully accord my testimony m lavor ot ynnr "t luiu Ale uesia. 1 have never round anytnine so pleasant andenertual for corrccttnir acidity of the stomach and curving headache arihina therefrom. It is re sorted to by several members of my fami v when ever sufferiag as above, aud always with great sat isfaction antuiustantaueous relict. oure truly, Uons A. Hi.akk. The subscriber havine used the above article in his family for some years, is happy to endorse tUe testimony of lr. iSlatg in 1's lavor. uartiord, conn. kkv. johsorcci Providence, No ti, ls4S. Mr. O.S. Punbar. I) -ar Kir: I am happy to hear tt.at your pretisraiion of fluid Magnesia is cumins into cem ral nsc. While it is more econom ical than other preparations of Fluid Magnesia, I nave lound it vastly more ctticient. and nut ouiy an antiseptic and anti ocid nnon the stomach, but a very considerable tonic. It Is a beautiful medicine for the bowel derangement which so often attlicts voting children, and for females of debilitated aud sonr stomachs, narticularlv those enciente. it is invaluable. Being a scientific preparation and open to the profession, it needs only an acqaaint- auce to become with them a favorite medicine. Wm. CittosVENOK, M. P. S. O. Bt-NBAR. Pear Sir: I have been some time in the habit of prescribing the Fluid Maunesia pre pared by you and I prefer it to the Kng ish prepara tion on account of its cheapness and its superior laxative Qualities. liVsoectfnllv y.mrs, sc. M. S. I'EUBT, Al. U. Etaslard risurir? Uill. Scourer, Oritntermiid I?-,lu-r. s ieet lone by 4 nt hinli. Ront with tH 4 inrhti wj,.. t lonn 3 to 6 I'm hig nr boor. Km donMe venlLlitiiis h- It.-r. For flour, uiiiMltr.es arM l,rc. ?jv.-8 evtrvonehW own rr:.t. Makes the brst 6ar ai,d vkM e m riiuiiv uinng mill, Ctatdard GrindiM tur all mUtuncei wet or dry. Hut It of bnrr ftotie od rw. For heavy or .ilit power. ttait-Uy of Stt iDt-h sK-nes. E!! Xn stiv larger TSilcliftst Krtnclj burr stones. TViiiilt diwhanre ppouts. Ajop.talile tisbbttt tKixrt. Solid Bflf-adiuntliia burrB. Cpntrtnial Ju'lires nwartl inpdl nn t r'hpicfi tvwf- ftf1, rwHrri? mill fnr fuiiii ai1 wtod ttorkman- sJap, economy and iiiattnbwtt;.m&z ii CORRODERS AND MANUFACTURERS OT STRIGtLY PURE WHITE LEAD Eed Lead. Orange -M-iiieral. Potters' Lead, Zinc Paint; Putty and Colors. SAT&UEL McELIIAKEY'S COM .11 NIC 1) hard; urine turbid; respiration occa sionally difhcultT hiccoun ; cough sometimes dry and convulsive ; uneasy and disturbed sleep, with grinding of the teelh : temper variable, but irenerally irritable, &c Whenever the above symptoms are found to exist, DR. C. M?LANE'S VERMIFUGE Will certainly effect a cure. IT DOES NOT CONTAIN MERCURY in any form ; it is an innocent prcpa at ion, not capable of doing the slightest injury to tne most tender infant. l'he genuine Dk. MCLane's Vermi- ft'ok iicais the siyncuiresot i. j.i.i.anf. an. I Fleming Diuv. on the wrapper. DR. C. MvLANE'S LIVER PILLS. 'iiieso Pills are not recommended as vTr.erh' fur "a!! tha ills that ileh is ir tr" but in rf"'ctions of the Liver, i "it ;:! liiliii i Cofnplaints.Dyppcpsia 1 r-ick ILaJ.Khc, or diseases oftliat ai-iitt-r, ihv-v ind without a rival, AGUE AND FEVER. Ko lettrr c. thartic can be used pro namroi v to, r after taking Uuinme ,s a simple purgative they are un eo-uik'.l. EKWARE OP I3HTATIOXS. The genuine are never sugar coated. --i' t i i t rK ii inx nas a red wax seal on tuc- v.ii'i the impression Dr.. MLaxeV Li v i:r I'n.i-s. vit h wrap)ev bears the signatures of MAIjASE anil Fleming IJros. Sold by all respectable druggists ai;o a. itry storekeepers generally Prunins: Sli e ars Awanlcd 'he fiOLD MEDAL 1'HEMIUM. Nov. lST"), l.y the Pittsbnrpli Tradesmen's Jiuluslr t, (nte. ovor all competitors or tut: ..! i WHM'JLEM. tir Our Price Is as low a- tuat ol ai v , tl,. Uorroder. Orders SoijciteI). O'lict , No. 41 Filth Avenue, adjoining H.xcnange iNanouai FiTTSBUKGU i SFor sale by C. Tiper, Moiine, 1 11. MISFIT CARPETS. -AND HEDGE TRIMMER, English Brussels, Three Ply and Ingrain, also, Stair Carpets, Velvet Kugs, Crumb Cloths, Oil Cloths, ete., very cheap at the Uld 1'lace 112 FULTON STREET, - - - NEW YORK. Carpets carefully packed and sent to any part of the U. S. free of charge. Send for Price List. J. A. BEND ALL, PURCHASING AGENCY. Purchasing Agent ! General 1 'U W OMEN! USE LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S ratitiiD urovc, in. ; !. u. ill f I ffe.1' fctt: Vegetable Compound l Le term: in ti.n sa:c were, a creJ:! six uiiitiitis un apprnvfii notes, with 0 pt;r in hand. (Ja Thursday the jlnt. public sa'.' "iliort-hnins iroiu tho lierds (.f C. E. Li, .,1 11 -n 1 T , r, ,, jiiuc.iiu, vnaiiuiervii.i!,auu Jnn ii.cpeats, J aliula, 111., was held. Col. Jutues Jutly, tlie well known stock auctioneer. TnEtsrKE cntu: for PROLAPSUS UTERI, AND All Female Complaints ! A Remedy that Is rapidly tukiutr tlie place of all other Preparations f.:r the Curo of all Female "Weaknesses ! This Couipo'.'.ij;!. vt hieli 's purely vesel :l'e. h i" entirel? rured tiie rn.-T Ftnhhorn eues tliut liHvt buttled ttie skill of our be-t plyic!:ins, niui ilioiis unds of i ers uis who w, i e c,,ii!-i,iiTfd ns i:ji iirali!e before tli s reme.ly U.-:, vi nsl li v beeu rt stoied :o jierfeet heaiiii by its use. Worth $1,000 in a Singlo C&sa. Briu.iMSToN. Vt , Her. l.riib, 1S7I1. Mr.. Lvdia E. PiN'.CiiAM :- It is with pleasure t'uat we are i.ble to s:iy that in every cae reported to us jour BOETABi.K v. on porsn has given uni versal SKtiBittt tion. One .'entienian told us lo-aay that It ha t done his wile a thousand dollars vvortli of good, as he expressed it. Our customers with out a siiii.le ixcenrum, spenk ol it. in the hitrhoM terms of praise. You are at liberty to make use of turn in advertising u vou cnoose. oursvervre sjieelfnlly. 11. 1!. tTKAXS A CO., Ilrujjist. !TI)e Pamphlet "(iuiile to Women" w:li be sent free to any address by enclosing stamp to LitlllA E. rj.Mh.UAM, X-yuu, Mass. MEDFORD RUM, DANIEL LAWRENCE & SONS, ONLY DISTILLERS OF Medford Rum! Sti':l enjoy the reputation of inicu'!.c'.uringth Best Rnru in the states. Duly authorized by StaiC 'icense. The superior quality and purity of I.awretu-. 's Mei'fon! Rum for the past Cftv-two venrs. h-s made it everywhere known as the stan dard Rnm. Nopainswill be spared to maintain ;ts purity anr r. pulation. WE HAVE. TEE LAESEST STOCS OT GLD MEDFORD RUM IX TUE WORLD. OI the finest and choicest grades and of a ages. The public 1? cautioned r-.-aiist imitations and counterfeits. Order tlirect from us, and we warrant perfect satlsfac;$oi: . I'b-n aU:ie- all orders to MEDTOiJU. MAPS., or 1S1 Broad Si Boston, Muss., and they will nc. ive prompt att" tu n. er.d for circular. DANIEL LAWRENCE SONS. Manufactured by A.: S: TODD, STERLING, ILLS- Stiblinu. Jcne 19. 1ST4. Mr. A. S. Tod 1 I have used the No 1 Prunir.c Shear I purchased of yon for forty days in succes sion, tiimminp both trees and hedues and in some of the worst places I ever saw a trimmer put I take pleasure iu saving it Is the best thine of tli kind I ever saw, and if I could not cret another 1 j would not part with it for twenty dollars. JOHN liLlTON. Practical gardnor and tree trimmt r. San Francisco, Cal. 1 hese are the bi'ft rrtwinsr T ols in the world. I'.AlvEK & HAMILTON. 121 DEARBORN ST., CHICAGO, ILL. Make purchases of a'l descriptions of Merchandise for Merchants and others at lowest pric expense to ine purcnaser. REFERENCES; II. E. TXJWE. Assistant Cashier Merchant's Savings Loan and Trust Co , O. P. VPTON. Associate Editor "Tribune" . G. B. KANE & CO.. Manufacturers of Printing Ink It. SCAERMERMORN, Ass't Awnt V. S. Express Co WM. DOWl). President Bank of North America. 44 WaN st New ! COOKE A CO LTON, Rankers and Brokers. 40 lir ad si i ; Subscriptions received for al! Papers, Periodicals and Books at Publishers rates. Correspondence solicited oa arty point pertaiuini: to the business. State where you saw this adv. hou Cliteasjn Yor SOAP. Sf-WHITE JS0AI- by all Druirists at $1 per bottle. Whole sale Agents Georre V. Ooodwin & Co., No. Sri Hanover stroet, and Carter, Uairis llawl'-'V. No. V Wttshinsten street. Hoston. CORN STARCH. ofiiciated.iauJ. as the day was warm and pleasant and the bidders good naturcd, Lydia E. P'uilchams Vegetable Compound every tliinir pai-sed oil smoothly and j leas i gi,i by ail autly. l he teruis ol sales were as Follows: A credit ot five months nu ajiproved ra por.bnurine interest, with the usual -dis- .1 I :tM I - , , , oouni lor cusu. l lie oiuuinit was slower thau on either oi the preceediDc days of t ie pale, It was thought by the stotkujcri that too many cattle had been broucht to Chicago for Kale in orjeweek, and the sun ply was so preat as to depress prices. However, iwuiost taucy prices were ob tained for two or three animals, including the celebrated bull 21st Dufce of Airdrir. whicli brought $8,000, and the l2d Duchess of Airdrie, who was bought lor $15,000. tJood priees were ulno reulizt'd tor Rome others. The averaco of ihe ' seventy-three females oM, not including the Duchess, was $314.52. Mother.'? eau Becure health for their children and rest for themselves by the use ol L'a.storia, a pcafect substitute lor (Vtoria Oil. It is absolutely harmless, und i -i as pleasant to take as honey. For Wind ('olic. Sour Stomach, Worms or Constipation, for young cr old, there is nothing in existence like it. It is ceitaiu, it is speedy. Caked Breasts. Rheumatism, Sciatica, Swellings. Sprains, Stiff Joints, Burns, Scalds, P. isouotH Bites, and all flesh, bone and muscle ailments, can be absolutely cured by thc Centaur Liniments. What he Whit',' Liniment is lor the human family, ll: "i Yellow Liuimentis for spavined, trailed, ati J lame horses and animals. I:, tlie Sweet Sy-ana-Ey cannot but le the happy thought as the fortunate recipient of the "llocky Moun tain Tourist" s.'ans its wonderful attrac'ive pages and peruses its fasciiii'finjr d' seiip tions. Most beautifuliy riubeilished wit it new at..' highly artisticr engravings, it. letter press a model vt typographical richness, aud the arrangement throughout simply superb, the K ick Mountain Tourist is worthy of comparison with Picturesque America vt The Aid inc. It is written iu gossipy, graphic style, covering details cf the tour through the garden of the South west (the Arkansas Valley, Southern Kan sas), to the very heart of the Alps of America the lloeky Mountaius. Jaunts ure made to all the famous resorts of Col orudo, the remarkable ruins, the springs, the mines, and, iu short, to every point of interest to tourist, agriculturalist,capitalist. miner, and invalid. With the Tourist.the Sau J uan Guide keeps fitting company, and the two publications are mailed iree to all writing for oue or both to T.JJ. Ander son, Topeka, Kansas. !f-"A lei -' l.int, ST4RC p rCx iO J i SCO. Ahead of al! Competition I tHHlIDEIcPHI LIVES EBGULATOS If von feel dull, drowsy, debilitated, have fre tueni headache, month tastes badly, poor appetite. a"d tongue coaled, yen are sunering from torpiil liver, or "bilionsne-s,"' and Eoihlns; will cure yon so speedily and pcmaneutly as to Centennial Exhibition Prize Medal Awarded. F.T the I.anndr.r or Toilet is EQrAL to White Cati!.f S..ap. f..r it f made or PtRE VDll KT.4KLK OILS, slid I v tlie :ime process, which rH:uiis all tli natural healing qualities el Jin oils. It oM8 SM Ml'CII E.K than tlio importvd aitiei.- tlmt it is rapidly ojmicg into ecuetal household ne. Th- nw of ( oioiikh SoHpn is condemnf,! by l'hysi-iao ss liable to produce skin diseases. The FIK1TV of I lie Wbite Hioap miilcrt ilK ne perleetly luarinle. jlaiie only by FauvTEa & Gamble, Ciuciauati. Suld bv all uholi-iile and retail gruct-ru. Eagle Anvil Works! THE PHILADELPHIA LAWN MOWERS loi- 1S77. "'.J- Lawn Mower Eiftlit Sizes lor Hand Use. Weighing Irom 28 to 55 ttiu. Throe Size3 for HORSE POWER. These unrivalled Mach-uca completely distanced all cora;i tition in the greal six mouths' trial on the Centennial U:ounds, at Philadelphia, tn 1S70. In that memorable contest the leading Lawn Mowers of the Unite States were represented, but so mark ed was th'1 superiority of the Philadblphia, tn point of ease of management, lihtuesa of draft, nou-liaoility to get out of repair, durability, and excellence of work performed, that the highest awards were, unanimously given them. The amount t work performed by them dnring that trial w.is equal to ten years' ordinary wear, and yet at the ciose, the Machines use were in as good working ondition aa at the commencement. QKAHAM, EMXEI PASSEORE, Patentees and ManufacttnxTs. PIIILM)ELPniA PA. bad tor Descriptive Catalogue with price. For ail Diseases of the Liver. Stomach, and Spleen. The Cheapest, Purest and B'jft Family Medicine in the World 1 Ask the recovered dyspepiics. Bilious snffercs, victims of Fever and Ac.uo, the mercurial diseased patten!, how they recovered health., cheerful spirits and tood appetite they will tell you by taking Simmon's Liver Regulator. GREAT FAMILY MEDICINE. It contains fonr medical elements, never united in tlie same happy proportion in any other p'epar ati'in, viz: A jrentle Cathartic, a wonderful Touic, au unexceptionable Alterative and certain Correc tive of a!l imporiiies of the body. Such signal suc cess has attended its use, uat it is now regarded as the EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC For all discees of the LWer, Stomach aud Spleen. AS A KEMEDY IN Malarious Fevers. Bowel Complaints, Dyspepsia, Mental Depression, Restlessness, Jaundice, Nau sea, Sick Headache, Colic, Constipation, aud Bili onsness Vr IT HAS SO EQUAL. Sold by all Drur lsts. Liver Disease and Indigestion prevail to a greater extent than probably any other malady .and reiief Is aiways anxiously sought after. ( 11 the Liver is IJeguiated in its action, health health Is almost invariably se cured. Indigestion or wai-t of action In the Liver causes Headache, Constipation, Jaundice, Pain in the Shoulders, Cough, Dizziness, Hour Stomach, bad taste in t'je month, bilious attacks, palpitation of tlie heart, depression of spirits or the blues, and a hundred other symptoms, SIMMONS' L1VEK KtiGULATOK is the Dest remedy that has ever been discovered fi.r these ailments.. Itacts mildly, effectually, aud, being a simple vegetable com pound, cbu do no Injury Iu any quantities that it may 1m, takeu. It is harmless iu every way; it has beeu for forty years, and hundreds of jroom and great from all parts ol the country will vouch for us virtues, viz: Hon Alexander II. Stephens, of Georgia; Bishop Pierce, of Georg's John Gill Shorter, of Alabama, Gen. John B.CJ ; "on, li. L. Alott, of Colnui . ' Go., are are among the icdreds to whom we can- i. Extract of a letter from Ht.u. Alexan der H. Stephens, dated March 8. 187)4: -I occasionally use. when my condition requires it, Dr. Simmons Liver Reg' " ttor, with good effect. It is mild, aud suits me better than more active SIMMONS' Established Made at the oldest Anvil manufactory in this country. All English Anvils, after a time, become hollowing on the face by continued hammering iu use, on account of the fibrous nature of the wrought iron cansins it to "settle," under the steel. liut the body of the Kairlo Anvil beintr of errs talheed iron, such settling cannot occur; and the stee! lace therefore remains perfectly true. Also, it has the great advantage, that beiiiL' of a more soijd material, and, consequently, with levs re bound, the piece forced receivi-s the KULl. 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 willi a hammer one-iifth lighter than required for a wrnngbt iron Anvil which is more elastic. The working surface is iu one piece of Jessop's Bevt Tool Cast Stefl, accurately gronnd, hard ened and given the proper temper fur the heav v work. The horn is ot tough nntempered stee? 'l'he cast steel surface is warranted to be oughly welded and not to come off. PRICE LIST. OcToBisn 1st 1ST. Anvils weighing IIH) lbs. to m) lbs. .' ct per lb Smaller Anvils, ("Minims.") from f 2.75 to $8 each. Dooley's Patent Combination TOE-CALKS. Put up in boxes containing 25 lbs, cacb. 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 th greatest durability In wear. For sale by all iron, steel and hardware dealers throughout New England Manufactured solely by C. F. DEWICK & CO., 3ti0 Dorchester Ave., South Boston, Ms. GOLD MJDDA.IL, Kcm-Extens ibl e RAZOR BElb medicine. Important Caution. But ko Powdehs REGULATOR. OB PF.PARED SIMMONS' LIVEK KEGULATOR I'N LKS8 XN OUB ENUliAVKO WBArpUB, WITH TllADS Ma uk. Stamp an Sioha Tt'BB I NBUOK-EN. ar. H. ZEILIN & CO., MACON, GA.; and PHILADELPHIA; Price, $1 . Soldby.aU Druggiate- Patenied "July 1STL Kel.-sucd May 13 1S7JJ, Rnd June 9lh, 1874. In this strap the li ibility of the leather to stretch and become loose and porous Is pre- eote.tl by a paient non extensible base. which supports the leather and secures ELASTICITY. We make 'his style wilh n single rod. douMe rods, and wood frames, and irtend that it shall,in qual ity, compare favorab'y with our other well known brnnds, '" ifannfacturersi .. . j BADGE U PLACE, CUABLESTOWN,.... ...MASS. Pliiladeiphia Lawn Mower, 20-inch Cut. WIOTK. 1(1 inrlt, 14 " 13 " 14 " u; " is " nt " 15 STYLE. Keller, O1 inch wheels. S'i inch POWER r.EumED. A Lady. One Man, A Lady, A outh. One Man, WKKiHT. 2S Bs.. 55 " . t " . Si kk . 41 . 4li " . ri . 51 " . PRICE. . 15 . . ! i) .. IS ( J .. I Oil . . 24 (KJ . . ill no . -Si W .$100 Oil . 1-Jo 00 HORSE MACHINES NEW PATERX. 30 " With Draft Rod. Light Horse. 315 M " Shafts and Seat, " " avo " Hi " " One Horse. 47) " arranted to woik as represented when properly managed. When ordering Machines mention widlh of cut und style. GRAHAM, EMLEN & PASSfilORE, Manufacturers. To. C.Z1 Market Street, PHILADELPHIA A3Tiri3AL LIMES ENGSAVIIT5 BEET BATY, Manufacturer of ARTIFICIAL LIMBS. Office for the Northwest "f Dr. Bly's Celebrated Patent Liiu'is, as the following will show: llot HKSTKit. N. Y., Sept. 1, 1874. Scucct Batt, Ksq.. Milwaukee, is. Dkau Sir: Vou are the only party authorized to 'iiakc my Patent Legs iu the Northwest, there be ing uo one iu Chicago authorized to manufacture nv of my patents. Yours &c, DK. BLY. Bly's Limbs mauufactnred on Government orders, apparatus for hhortened Limbs and all Dcfonui: iit-s. For particulars aduri ss KOHEKT BATY, 105 Wisconsin Street -Milwaukee Wis. EDUCATIONAL. HOCK. ISLAND aaAaiyiaA t FEE? & LOOMIS, Proprietors. B TIUS JC(LLEE AIMS TO (JIVE A J 5J I thorough and complete course iu oc J3SIIOI1THAND. BOOK.-KEEPINO I? AUlTliVtfcTiO. COMMKKC1AL LAW. . BUSINESS COUUESI'ONDENCE, jj 2 aud the preparatory EmrKsh brar.ches. Terms reasonable. Nijiht Sohoo! :-mi C'- 5C oWtoMav n iSdt, friHiiKti. x v liihtciuineiit Profes.-ots as IhstmctiTs. TU IVst aiiii most Elegant Kooujh in the V?tt.e iiot.nlii;g Club. Coo.l board 1.50 j-J u week Three b'irsl r,Iu?s lVnmon coni-iimi'j fnloycd Sui rior liiC.ividua! iusti uction in It i k-Ue;j,ln, Cowmcrciai Law. lovaluabie . lo bmfiO'-Hs'iiie!.. 7. :on,rtiercial Arithmetic, thorough aud prat tical. . rs-;ua'eri AdTautasee for ivaruiua Ttlvrapbf . t fciioiMrshi) good in Forty Collet'i . lO.lbi si! advantasea are possussa by no othe schoal. Address .'. MONTAGUE & LII.Lf BRIDGE . " - : " .i Davenport, Iowa jPieaee sttc where you ew this card. HAI2, EYS. HAIXi i)YE. BATCHKLUK'S CELEBRATED HAIR DYE. best iu the worUl. The inveumr has used th splenii. d ilair Dve for :7 years wilh bcnelit to l be hair, and no injury to his health ; proof shat il is the only true and pei feet Dye, Harmless, reliable, Instantaneous. No disappointment; no ridiculous time; remedies the ill etlects cf bad dyes ; lesve the hair soft and beautiful Black or Brown SoM and properly applied at BATCH LOR'S Wtg Fac tory. No. 16 Bond street, N, Y, Sold by all drug gi-ts. MOSQUITO BITES, VEGETABLE PGISGSS. King-Worm. Burn. Chilblains. Itching of the Head and all Eruptions of the Skin, Face or Body iinme diately cured bv Batchelor's Curative Ointment. Sold wholesale and retail at Factory , No. 1H Bond street, and by all tiruut.ita. W. A. BATCHELOR'S ALASKA SEAL OIL ." for the Hair. The Best Hair O'l in use BEISTiFHL TEE19 ! WHITE IS FEARLS t Sound. Hewlthy Gun. Breath Fragrant as the Rose sec-red by using W. A. JSalcbtlsr'e Ientifrire. Sold wholesale and rcuil r.r Factory, No. 1(1 Bond street, Y. ami by ail druggists. V, 1 BITCLSl'U'EWrCf WTiCiit . Bla k or Lr its for tinting the L'a. WLiskersorMcstachoia without greasing theci. Sobl wlmlesal.f and retail at factory, Hj Bond Ht. New i ork. and by 1 druggists. AsK for iheni. TWIW BROTHERS YEAST. The Most Reliable Dry Hop Yeast in Market. For sale by all flrst-class Grocers. Factories t I'eoria.Iil.: Detroit, Mich.; Water loo, N Y., and Toronto, Ontario.