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SOCK ISX.AJTO,. XXX.XZTOIS. Wftlnesiiy. May 30. 1S77. If cable dispatches mre to believed, there is an altogether absurd amount of fuss in England about the reception to be given General Grant in offioial circles there. One London paper is reported as appeal ing to the duke of Cambridge, uncle of the queen and commander-in-chief of the English army, to waive bis privileges as a member of the royal family and make the first call on lirant, rather than have "a fresh grievance arise" to disturb the Karmonv of the two countries! If any quest iou about a special recognition of the ex president has actually oeen raised, it is Drobably to be attributed to tnat uncon trollable donkey, Pierrepont, whose per verted ambition impels mm to snow on every possible occasion what an infernal idiot an American can make of himself when he tries. Unless the English offi cials are determined to. prove themselves the match of our minister in asininity,,they will treat General Grant precisely as they would any other American citizen visiting Great Britain. On the old principle. "once a captain, always a captain," th ez-Dresident retains the title of "General" in commou, informal intercourse, but be is entitled to no official standing, here or else where. lie is not a general, nor even i captain, He is not, as some gushing im becile has claimed, "entitled to be treated with 'the honors of a dethroned sover eign, wnatever tney may be. lie i? simply Mr. U. S. Grant, who goes abroad! about nia own business or pleasure, ami this country and this government don't care and have no right to care a conti Dental how he may be received by the snobs and SDobesses on the other side of the Atlantic, so long as he is not deprived ol the legal rights that belong to every American temporarily sojourning in Eng land, lfhefiuds personal friends there who choose to call on him or iuvite him t their houses, that is their business, and it is certainly do business of (he English! government or the American people. Chicago Tiine$. The country is treated every day or so to some new rumor as to the future career of Geo. Grant. lie is to be the chief iu some grand banking concern, lie is to be United States senator. He is to lead the armies of Turkey or of Russia. But he has never yet been accused of aspiring to the position of justico of the peace. Now Washington, after having "saved the country" quite as conspicuously as Gen. Granc did. and after serving for two pres idential terms, did, as a matter of history, become a justice of the peace, and so did John Adam. There is nothing surely in the personal character of Gen. Grant to make such a step surprising, He could fill the office with the same modesty and sincerity and integrity as his predecessors did, and would probably make us good a justice of the peace as Geo. Washington or Mr. Adams. How does it happen then that there is something ludicrous in the association ot Gen. Grant's name with an office which would be glorified and almost hallowed by these venerated names, unless everybody felt that the office itself was already invested with such ample dignity that it really exalted Washington and Adams in the esteem of all reflecting men? Have we lallen upon times wben our in terest in the more dazzling affairs of the nation overshadows our interest in local self-government? Has it grown to be a settled belief that the minor offices in our political system are nevermore to be auministered by our best citizens? Has the country forgotten that the character of its local magistrates is ot quite as much importance as the quality of its presidents and governors? Is there no surviving community which selects its foremost man for "Squire?" A''. Y. Tribune. If Governor Stone, of Mississippi, is correctly reported in our telegraphic sum mary of an interview which he is said to have bad with a correspondent ot the Memphis Avalanche, he considers himbelt to have done all that the laws of Missis sippi allow the exocutiye to do in the mat' ter of bringing the "'Kemper county rioters" to justice. He went ic person to the scene of the riots, and requested the circuit judge to call an extra session ot his court at once and put tbe accused par ties on their trial. His private opiuiou publicly expressed is that no jury in the county can be found to convict tbe accused, and it this ohouM prove to be the case it will clearly be his duty to his state to take other steps. Meanwhile we shall doubtless hear a great deal in the northern Radical papers about the lawless and awful condi tion of Mississippi. It is a deplorable thing certainly that there should be statec in the union iu which political passions and hatreds run to-day as high as a relig ious passions and hatreds ran in Massa chusetts when a great mob of well-to-do men went out from Boston iu the night, burned a house over the heads of helpless girls and women and drove them in head lone flight for their lives; and if the rioters in Kemper county get no more punishment than was ever inflicted in Massachusetts upon tbe dastardly . incendiaries of the Ursulinc Convent, it will be another strik in? and painful illustration of the infernal influence of extravagant partisan and sec tarian feeling upon the character and the conduct even of communities commonly reputed civilized. But the beBt cure ol such evils as these is not to be found iu political homoepathy, and people who allow themselves to clamor tor tresu invasions of the luw aud ot local government at the south because they are incensed at the natural outcome of former invasions of the same sort behave just about as sensibly ae it they recommended throwing cans ol kerosone on a smouldering fire by way of extinguishing it completely. Jv. Y. World We advise those of our contemporaries who are disposed to quarri I with the World for calling the recent savage iue!et in Mississippi an after-clap of the Auiff regime to examine prayerfully the Mississippi report of 1876. They will nna tnereio tnat (;mshoim, the man against whom the mob most furiously raged, was one ot Governor Ames s, uberin 8 and is described in the report as a mere ruffian, a bad, desperate fellow. who admitted to the investigating com mittee that in 1874 he had shot a brother Radical from Alabama name Dillard. At page izoi trie same volume ot the com mittee's report (Vol, 1.), in which the tale of Chisholm's exploits is set forth, it will be found that Governor Ames heartily in dorsed Chisholm. Of course all this does not justify a mob in trying to kill Chisholm. But it does tend to show that Chisholm cannot successfully bo ad yertised as a martyr of law, order and liberty. The Democrats and honest people of Mississippi have been trying for years to get rid of him and of others like unto him who constituted the white por tion 61 Governor Ames'a backers and sup porters. Ji.Y. World. 2After a Street Flirtation," Death. From the Chicago Journal. Mav 22. One ot the saddest results of rhat many girls regard as innocent amusement Rtr.iet-flirung -that has ever been chrou icied was reported to the police lust night. 1 he alleged facts, as near as could be ivuruuu, are mat some time ago a young Kin Damea Mary Uhde, resiaing at 489 1 wenty-fitth street, became acquainted, i , r. 6" 0eei flirtation, with a " nice- im y i s man who different times gave Lu name Waiter Reynolds and Walter Dupey. The couple met several times, and last evening another meeting took place, Mary being accompanied by her cousin, Annie L. Blide. who resides at 48 Hanover street, and tbe young man havine with hiai another young man. They paired off and started for a walk. and after walking awhile a ride on the lake was proposed. At first the girls de murred, but finally consented, and started out, each occupying a separate skiff. They did not venture cut very tar nor get widely separated, and about 9 o'clock were a couple of hundred yards out op posite tbe foot of Twelfth street. At this time Mary Blide, from whom the infor maiion is oDtainea, noticea movements in the b(at containing her cousin and escort that indicated a struggle. Annie was also calling for help, and the man who was with her appeared to be trying to restram her and force ber to be quiet. In a few seconds the boat was capsized, and Mary thinks both her cousin and the young man were drowned, as they were not seen after the capsizing. Mary's companion rowed her hastily ashore, and jumping from the boat ran away. Annie Blide was about seventeen years ot age, rather pretty, and the daughter of a highly respectable family, "TO SEA IN A TUB." The Craft That is to Carry a Man and Wife to England. On Monday, Capt. and Mrs. Thomas Crapo sailed from New Bedford, Mass. for England, in a little craft which is do scribed by the New Bedford Standard as follows The boat in which Captain and Mrs. Thomas Crapo are to sail for England was officially measured yesterday by Captain Ornck Smalley, United States Adineas urer, who reports her dimensions as fol lows: Length, 19.55 feet; breadth, 0 feet; depth, 3.16 feet; tonnage, 1.62 tons. lhe length of keel is 13 feet; centre board, 3 feet 6 inches, and 1 foot 6 inches wide. She is built something after the whaleboat model, but shorter, broader, deeper, and with more sheer, and her draught of water will be about 13 inches with centre board up. Her foremast is 18 feet from the deck; mainmast, 17 feet The principal sails are of leg-mutton pat tern, the foresail hoisting 15 feet and main sail 13 feet, each being about 9 feet on the foot, lhe foresail is without a boom 5he is having a squaresail and staysail made for light winds, to hoist from the deck, the former containing about 15 yards and the latter IS yards of canvas. She carries an American ensign at the main and a burgee with her name at the fore, and is provided with an anchor, oars, a pump and other usual craft. .lhe boat is painted white with green bottom. The gunwale is yellow ochre, and under ic is a blue streak 6 inches wide amidships, and tapering to 5 inches for ward ana dj inches aft. lier name is painted on this streak oh each quarter, in white letters 2 inches high, with ochre shading. The New Bedford is to be launched at 9 o'clock to-morrow, and be fore sailing on her ocean voyage will make one or more trial trips iu Buzzard's Bay. While in port she will lie at the west side of Fish Island, below the bridge. Most of her provisions will be canned goods, and she will be provided with a little petroloum stove. Most of the weight on board will be her store of fresh water, about one hundred and thirty gallons in six kegs, which wilt be stored fore-and-aft, three on each side. Her provisions and water will weigh about fifteen hundred pouuds. lhe New Bedford is a shorter boat than has ever crossed the Atlantic, but Captain Crapo thinks she is superior as a seaboat to the little craft that made, the voyage last year. The New Bedford has no bulwarks, but will be rigged with life lines instead, and Captain Crapo does not expect much water will come over the deck. The hatches will be arranged in two parts with hiaees, aud most of the time the forward half ot each will be closed. The steersman will sit in the after hatchway, and will be pro vided with a canvas boot to fasten round the body in rough weather. Any time when tho saa is too high for convenient running the boat will lie too with a drac The New Bedford will sail from Rotch's wharf for her long cruisel at 11 o'clock Monday next. Bidding aditu to Chatham ights, the brave and lair voyagers will take a direct east course to pass south of the banks, and then shape their course for latitude 4d, longitude 60, whence they will steer tor the English Channel. The boat will carry chart, a compass and quadrant Captain Crapo will keep his loncitude ty dead reckoning, verifying it by any vessels passing, and most of the way will be di rectly in the track of the ocean steamers. tie will call first at Falmouth in Cornwall. and expects to arrive there in forty days from the time of sailing, or nbout July 7 Thence he will proceed to London aud afterward Havre. On hi9 return he will briDC tht boat ou board a larger vessel. Captain Crapo has been picking up some money at rish Island by the exhibition of his boat, and the sale of photographs. Two ladies in Friends' garb, who visited the island yesterday, presented to Mrs. Crapo a rubber-coat. In the Sweet By-ana-By cannoc out ue tne nappy tnoueut as tne fortunate recipient of the "Kocky Moun tain Tourist" scans its wonderful attractive pages and peruses its fascinating descrip tions, luost beautifully embelusbed with new and highly artistio engravings, its letter-press a. model of typographical richness, and the arrangement throughout simply superb, the Rock Mountain Tourist is worthy of comparison with 1 icturesque imrrica or me juame. it is wntleu iu gossipy, graphic style, covering details ol the tour through the garden of the South west (the Arkansas Valley, Southern Kan sas), to the very heart of the Alps oi America the Kocky Mountains. Jaunts are made to all the famous resorts of Col orado, the remarkable ruins, the springs, the mines, aud, id short, to every poiot of interest to tourist,agriculturalist,capitalist. miner, and invalid. With the Tourist.the San Juan Guide keeps fittiug company, and the two publications are mailed free to all writing for one or both to T..J. Ander son. Topt ka, Kansas. Piles-Itchine Piles. Positively cured also Blind and Bleeding rues, ia tula, bait liheum, and all dis eases of t iie Skin, by the use of UOSSMAN'S CUKE. Itching Piles is generally preceded bv a moist u:-j like perspiration producing a very dis:'.:reeable aDd distressing itching, particula; ly at night, after getting warm in bed. No humbug as a trial will prove For sale by all respectable druggists. Kossman & McKinstuv. Hudson N. 1 .. Proprietors. Sent by mail for 50 cents. IF YOU HAVE A COUGH, Cold, Asthma, raising of Blood or any af fections ol the Breast or Lungs, leadit ; to Consumption, use UK. HOUSEMAN'S GERMAN COUGH DROPS, as prepared for over thirty years, j J. J. l)avis(uow deceased) and you v;,J e sure to find relief. Address KOSSMAN & McKINSTKY", who have succeeded to the Proprietorship, and sold by all druggists and dealers in Medicines. For sale by all Druggists io Rock Island. Sold by Avery & Tyler, Lafayettee, In diana. Fuller & Fuller, and VanSchaack, Stevenson & Reed, Chicago, wholesale agents. John F. Hfinry, Currau & Co., Whole tale Agents, 8 College Place, N. I, SOAP. GLENN'S SULPHUR SOAP. Thoroughly Cures Diseases of the Skin, Beautifies the Complexion, Prevents and Remedies Rheumatism and Gout, Heals Sores and Abrasions of the Cuticle and Counteracts Contagion. This Standard External Remedy for Erup tions, Sores and Injuries of the Skm, not oniy removes from the Complexion all Blem ishes arising from local impurities of the blood and obstruction of the pores, but also those produced by the sun and wind, such as tan and freckles. It renders the cuticle MARVELOUSLY CLEAR, SMOOTH and TLIANT, and being a wholesome BEAUTIFIER is far preferable to any cosmetic ALL THE REMEDIAL ADVANTAGES OF Sl L- fhur Baths are insured by the use of Gtenti'ti Sulphur Soajt, which in addi tion to its purifying effects, remedies and pre vents Rheumatism and Gout. It also DISINFECTS CLOTHING and LINEN and PREVENTS DISEASES COMMUNICATED BY CONTACT with the PERSON. - It dissolves Dandruff, prevents bald ness, and retards grayness of the hair. l'hysicians speak of it in high terms. Prices 25 and 50 Cents per Cake; per box (a vanes ), ooc. and $ J. 20. N B. $ent by Mail, Prepaid, on receipt of price, and 5 cents extra for each Cake. "HILL'S n.UR AXD WHISKER DYE," Black or Brown, 50 Cents. C. 5. CRITTESTOJ, Prop'r, 7 Sixth Av.,M. TERRY'S SALICYLIC for constant nse In the family. Absolutely pnra and the most agreeable to use, nd has the additional advantage of being impregnated with the greates know n anti-septtc and dininn etaut Salicylic acid Its Da It use nrevents contracioa of contagini diseases and the baneful effects of sewer gas, mias matic and malsrial exhalations. It ic a special boon to School Children who are constantly exposed and to infants. Prevents contrac ion of skin diseases KeeDS the Skin Soft and White and Prevent Chaoniuff. Indorsed by the medical profession Most economical. 80 cents a cake; 3 cakes for 50 cents. Sample cake sent postpaid fos 2 certs. For sala by Dragsrists and Grocers. The Beverly Co., Agents, Chicago PYL Is The Champion TOE WASHING IN HARD OR SOFT WATER. No other Soap in this country is so serviceable to Housekeepers, and so well vrcrth their attention. Pyle's 0. K. Saleratus, .s the genuine pure, healthy kind ;hat every good pastry cook needs, o insure complete success. Try tliese honest articles. Sold by Grocers Everywhere. Manf'd'byJAS. PYLE, HewYork, So'd byB STEECKFTJS & SOU, Rock Island BABBITT'S TOILET SOAP 1 1'nriva'ed for the toilet ana natn. artificial and odors moo ious Af ter years of scien tific experiment, the manufacturer of B. T. Babbitt's Best 8oap haf perfected and now oneis to the public The Finest Toilet Saoo in the Wcrld. Only tue purest vegetable oils used la its manu facture. For use- m the .Nursery it nas no Equal. Worth ten times its cost to every mother and fam ily in Christendom. Sample box, containing cakes of h ozs. each, sent free to any addre9 ou receipt of 75 cunts Address li. T. BABBITT, New York City. tTor sale by all UruggistgJ A Perfect Toilet Soap. First among the requisites of the toilet is a good article of Soap, but to procure it is not always an easy matter. Many of tbe most expensive Soaps in tbe market, are made from coarse and deleterious materials, and tbeir delicate coloring and fragrant perfume too often conceal the most repulsive im purities. The disclosures recently made public regarding this subject are positively startling, and deserve serious r onsideratiou. Scented Soaps are now known to be extremely objectionuble, especial ly if applied to the bead ; injuring the hair, irrita ting the scalp, and inducing Bcvere headaches. The character of the ingredients may be inferred Irora the ftntemt-nt of a k'entlemen who makes the scent ing of Soaps bis business; be recently declared that persons engaged in this employment were short lived; from seven to ten years being the longest perioa uuring wnicn tne occupation coulabelol lowed. The difficulty of procuring a perfectly puro arti cle of toilet sonp is at last obviated, however, thanks to the enterprise and chemical skill of Sir, B. T. Babbitt, of New York, tbe world-renowned Soap Manufacturer, whose immense establishment is by lar the greatest of lhe kind iu the United ntates. xue renown ol Mr. Babbitt's various pro ductions has for many yea; s been widely dissem inated, but this latest success is th appropriate crown to me numerous victories already aunleved, After veRrs of patient labor aud scientific experi ment, Mr. Babbitt has succeeded iu perfectint; ttie coniposiiion of the lirest toilet soap ever Intro Quccd. The principal ingredients are the purest Vttitetanie oils; tbe manulacturing processes are entirely new aud original, and tbe result is simply unparalleled in this department of industry. fc"B. T. Uabbitt's Toilet Soap" is the trade mark by which this elegant toilet luxury is designated, and for applications to the delicate skin of infants, children and laiiies, it is altogether unequaled in its emollient lirooerrieB. 'I bis Soup is not Derfuiued. tbe ingredients beim: of such bbsolnte purity a to require no aid from chemistry to dissuise inferior materials. The most refined taste considers the absence of artificial perfume lhe perfection of swectncsH, and this peculiar characteristic of B. T Babbitt's Toilet Soap renders it the most healthful and agreeuble article of the kind ever manufac tured. Though specially desirable for the use of ladies and children, this Soap is equally appropriate for gcutleineu's toilet, and as it makes a heavy lather it is also one ot tbe finest soaps lor barber s use. it is jut being piuced upon the market, but the demand for it will, soon become general. N. Y, Tribune. B.T.BAB3ITT, New York Citv. CORBETT'S E'S h'fJ!Z: -z ! 3 1 . deceptive fcVvcV-- -r!SL I A to cover com fc u-'i-Swi i iriSrrel !t'.s1i.!?f land deleter fni iui-A-.J j1. -k2:S ingredients. FIVE CENTS VORTH la sufficient for a wash! eg of three to four dozen pieces, and with one-third tbe time and labor, since, by soaking clothes with a solution of It, very little rubbing is required. THS CHEAPEST SOAP IN THE WORLD. ASK YOUR. GROCER. C0RBETT, B0YNT0R & CO., tfet. Si 36 TV ViiscWa St, CU MEDICAL 0. DUNBAR'S FLCTID MAGNESIA Superior to any English or American. A DIPLO MA was awarded to this Magnesia, by the American Institute In 1852. This very useful and elegant preparation is used as an aperient antic acid in dyspepsia complaints attended with aciditv with very great btnent. It has tbe advantage over common Magnesia, in being dissolved, and therefore not being liable to accu mulate In the bowels. It is decidedly superior to Carbonate of Soda or Potash, on account of iu aperient craalitv. inm solution or Magnesia is lonna particularly beneficial as a pleasing sedative and aperient, in ail cases of irritation, or acidity of the stomach, febtlle complaints, infantile disorders, or sea-sickness. An ounceortwo oi tnis solution speeouy removes heartburn, acrid eructations and sourness, or irreg' nlar dim'Slion. The eolation 18 of Hsell an aperient, dm us laxa tive properties can le much augmented by taking with it, or directly after it, a little lemon juice, mix ed with sugar and water, or even with cream of tar tar; in tnis manner a very agreeame enerresceni draught can be safely taken at any time during fever tiT thirst. The antisceptic qualities of this solution, owin to the presence of so much carbonic acid, have been found very valuable in putna ana otuer lever. At a lotion for tho month, it sweetens the breath, and the Magnesia cleans the teeth from tartar. The solution has almost invariably succeeded In removing fits, spasms and headaches to which deli cate persons are subject from acids and crudities of tuestomacn ana no we is. t he attention of the nubiic 1b Darlicularlv direct ed to the following certificates of physicians and other persons who have used the Magnesia: MW 11AVBN. Feb. aa. 1NVI, SODxinbar, Esq. Dear Sir: I most cheerfully accord my testimony in favor ol voiir "Fluid Mag nesia." 1 have never found anything so pleasant and effe?tual for correcting acidity of the stomach and curving beadacne arisinu tacrefrom. It is re sorted to by several members of my fanii y when ever suffering as above, aud always with great sat isiacuon ariu.ineiauiaucous reiiei. Yours truly, John A. Blake The subscriber having used the above article in his family for some years, is happy to endorse tne testimony ot Mr. Blake in Its lavor. Hartford, Conn. Rev. John Orcl'tt. Providence, So. t, 1848. Mb O. b. Iunbar, D.-ar sir: t am happy to hear ttat your preptraiion of fluid Magnesia i: cominst into general u?c. While it is morw cconom icl than other preparations of Fluid Magnesia. have found it vaslly more efficient, and not only a antiseptic and anti odd nnou the stomach, nut very considerable tonic. Il is a beautiful medicine for the bowel derangement which so often alllirts yonng children, and for females of debilitated an sour stomachs, particularly those enciente, it i invaluable. B'.'ing a scientific preparation sn open to the proftmsi-tn. it needs only un acqiaint auce to become with them a favorite inedlcttii-. Ym. Grosvenor, M. D S. O. Dunbar. Dear Sir: I have been some time in the habit of prescribing the Fluid Magnesia pre pared by yon and 1 prefer it to the Kng ish prepare tion on account ot Its cheapness and us superior laxative qualities. Kespectltilly y.'urs, r M. S. Perby.M. D. WOMEN! usps LYDIA E. PIHKHAM'S Vegetable Compound THE SURE CLRK FOR PROIiAPSUS UTERI, AND ill Female Complaints A Remedy that is rapidly taking the place of all other Preparations for the Cure of all Female Weaknesses This Compound, which 1s purely vegotable, ha entirely cured the most stubborn cases that bav baffled the skill of our best physicians, and ihons ands of persons who were considered as incurable before this remedy was discovered have been re stoied lo perfect health by its use. Worth $1,000 in a Single Case. BlTRUNOTON, Vt .Dec. 15th, 187C. Mrs. Ltuia E. 1'inkpIam :--It is with pleasure that we are able to aay that iu every caf e reported to us your eoetable L-onpnrsD n&s given uni versal satisfaction. One gentleman told us to-day that it had done bis 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 ue of this in advertising if vou choose. Yours verv re spectfully. 11. B. STEA HNS & CO., Druggists. f2e The ramphlct umoe to vt omeu" w-.li be gent free to any address by enclosing stamp to LYDIA K. VINKHAM, Lynn, Mass. Lydia E. Pinkharrit Vegetable Compound Is sold by all Druggists at $1 per bottle. Whole sale Agents George C. Goodwin & Co., So. 88 Hanover street, and Carter, Uatris Hawley, No. 8F Wasbingten street. Boston. LIVES EE3ULAT0E If you feel dull, drowsy, debilitated, have fre quent headache, mouth tastes badly, poor appetite, and tongne coated, yen are suffering from torpid liver, or "bilionsnesB,' and notllng will cure yon so speedily aud permanently as to For ail Diseases of tbe Liver, Stomach, aDd Spleen. The Cheapest. Purest and Host Family Medicine in the World I AbIc tbe recovered dyspeptics. Bilious sufferes, vlciims of Fiver and Apue, the mercurial diseased patient, how they recovered health, cheerful spirits and cood appetite they will tell yon by taking Simmon's Liver Regulator. GREAT FAMILY MEDICINE. It contains four medical elements, never united in the same happy proportion In any other prepar ation, viz: A gentle Cathartic, a wonderful Tonic, an unexceptionable Alterative and certain Correc tive of ail impnrltiea of the body. Such signal suc cess has attended its use, that it is now regarded as the EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC For all diseases of the Liver, Stomach aud Spleen. AS A REMEDY IN Malarious Fevers, Bowel Complaints, Dyspepsia, Mental Depression, .Restlessness, Jaundice, Nau sea, Sick Headache, Colic, Constipation, and Bili ousness Cr- IT HAS SO EQUAL. S3 Sold by ail DrupistB. Liver Disease and Indigestion prevail to a greater extent than probably any other malady, and relief Is always anxiously sought after. If the Liver ig Regulated in its action, health health is almost invariably se- SIMMONS' cured. IndlgeeUon or want of action In the Liver causes Headache, constipation. Jaundice, fain in the Shunlders, Conch, Dizziness, Sour Stomach, bad taste in the mouth, bilious attacks, palpitation of the heart, depression of spirits or the blues, and a hundred other symptoms, SIMMONS' LIVER REGULATOR is the best remedy that has ever been discovered for these ailments. It acts mildly, effectually, and, being a simple vegetable com pound, can do no injury In any quantities that it may be takec It Is harmless In every way; it has been for fony years, and hundreds of room and grei its reat from all parts of the country will vouch for virtues, viz: lion. Alexander II. Stephens, of Georgia; Bishop Pierce, of Georjr's John Gill Shorter, of Alabama,' Gen. John B.C t?on, R. L. Mott, of Coluu s Go., are are among the- jndreds to whom we can- .i. Extract of a letter from Hcu. Alexan der U. Stephens, dated March 8, 1872: "I occasionally use, when my condition requires it, Dr. Simmons' Liver Reg! " itor, with good effect. It is mild, and suits me belter than more active medicine. Important Caution. BtJT no Powders oh Prbpaksd S I M M o K S' LIVER REGULATOR un less IN OUR ENOBATXD WRAPPER. WITH l atDl Mabk, Stamp and Biska- Tt!RB UKBKOKKN. REGULATOR, J. h.;zeixin & CO., MACON, GA., and PHILADELPHIA Price, $1 Soldby.all Druggist. L1VEE Manufacturers "m'f Grand Medal at Centennial. Standard Flourl&ff Uill. Standard Grinding KUL ForU ubetnoe wet or dry. Built of burr ttooe Iron. For hemvy or light power. Capfu itv of 9o inch ttones. Scourer, (Grinder and Bolter. 8 feet lonc by 4 fVt kiirh. j Rons with belt 4 Inchei wule, Floor 8 to 6 bofhel txt hour. Ha double venti luting bolter. : For flour, middling and bran. Givos every one hi nwti riiu Make the beit flour ana yield. Eqni to mv lwger Thicken trench burr il tones. Tumble dischanre pouts. Adjustable babbitt bores. Solid ielf-adimtine tram. IB a reuaoie noaring mill. Centennial Jude-es award mednl on tnhete twrt- mbtet vertical milU for solidity artd good workman- tntPt economy una aaaputminy.g j EDWARD HARRISON, MiW HAVEN, CONN. CHICAGO WHIP SOCKET MANUFACTORY. Tub Peerless. Thb Gem. - v so i50 5 WC32 Patent. Avowed. Patent Allowed. fSr -V K. A in 1 line of samples si'nt hy express on receipt of with privilege ot returning lj payius; express charges both wnys. The Luxury." FOLDING limiC SPRING ID! UNEQUALLED FOR Comfort, Durability and Cleanliress. Also the 'Domestic," 8 Row Spring Bed. i. H. REEVES & CO. 8f StaK- Street CHICAGO 62 Bowery, Send for price list NEW YORK Centennial Exhibition Prize Medal Awarded. Eagle Anvil Works ! Established 1843. FMade at the oldest Anvil manufactory In this country. All English Anvils, cfter a time, become hollowing on the face by continued hammering in use, on account of the fibrous nature of the wrought iron causing it to "settle," under the steel. But the body of the Kaple Anvil beinp f crys tallized Iron, such settling cannot occur; and the steel face therefore remains perfectly trne. A1k. It has the great advautage, that being cf a more souu material, and, consequently, with lei-s re bound, the piece forged receives the FVLl. effect of the hammer, instead of a part of it being wasted by the rebonnd, as with a wrought Iron Anvil. More work can therefore be done on this Anvil with a hammer one-fifth lighter than required for a wronght iron Anvil which is more elastic. The working surface is in one piece of Jkssop's Best Tool Cast Steh., accurately pround, hard ened and given the proper temper for the lu av j' work. The born is of tough untempered stee) Tbe cast steel surface is warranted to be oughly welded and not to come off. PRICE LIST, October Ijit, 1876. Anvils weighing W0 lbs. to 800 tts. 9 els per Jti. Smaller AnvilB, ("Minims.") from $2.75 to 8 each. Dooley's Patent Combination TOE-CALKS. Put up in boxes containing 25 lbs, each. These Toe-Calks are made from Steel converted from carefully selected brands of Norway aud Swedes Iron by a special process which eusures the utmost case lu welding, together with tht greatest durability in wear. For sale by all iron, steel aud hardware dealers throughout New England Manufactured solely by C. F. DEWICK & CO., 3(i0 Dorchester Ave., South Bofton, Mss. GOLD MEDAL NoxHBstensibl e 1 Patented limy p 1871. Itensued May 13 1873, and June 9th, 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, wureh supports the leather and secures PERMANENT ELASTICITY. We make this style with a single rod, double rods, and wood frames, and lctend that It shall, in qual ity, compare favorably with our other well known brands. BENJ. P, BADSES & SON, Manufacturers, BADGER PLACE, CHAEXBSTOWN,. MASS. 01 m. ML mi n'lijs iff? mM immm i J RAZOR BELT MISFIT CARPETS. English Brussels, Three Ply and V elvet llugs, (Jrumb Cloths, Oil C!"tii!, 112 FULTON STREET, - Carpets carefully packed and sent to Send for Price List. PURCHASING XT General Purchasing Agent I 121 DEARBORN ST., Make purchase of all description of Merchandise expense to tne pnr hHrer. HKFKKENCi; H. K. IjOWE, AsMctant Cashier Merchant's Savings Loan un l Trust Co t'liicai'o G. P. UPTON, AiHOclaie Editor "Tribune" . (j. rt. KANE & CO., Manufacturers of Printing Ink B. SCAKRMERMORN, Ass't Agent U. S. Kxpress Co... WM. DOWI President Bank of North America, 44 Wall st New Yor COOKE & COLTON, Bankers and Brokers, 40 Broad st Subscriptions received Iuf all Papers, Periodicals Correspondence solicited on any point pertaining to tue nustuess. Mate wnerc you saw iuij adv. SOAP. KTABLK Ol 1., HUit I'V the fsnme proceex, wliirli retains all the natural healing qualities of the oils. It costs Si MITII LKMS than the impoi txl article that it is raplJlr coming into eeneml household tic. The upo of Colored SSoaps is condemned by Chveirians as liable to produce skin diseases. The PURITY of the While Noap renden ll u.- nerlectljr liarmlna. Made ouly by Prootek & Gamble, (Jinciunaii. Bold lr all wholesale aud retail grocers. IMF ROVED For Churches, Lodge Rooms and Public 6BTTEA.S AND Manufacturers PERFORATED, VENEER No. 36 Pearl Street, - - A2TIFI3AL LlilES EOBEET BATY, Manufacturer of ARTIFICIAL LIMBS. Office for the Northwest of Dr. Bly's Celebrated Patent Limhs, as tne following will show: Rochester. N. Y.. Sept. 1. 1874. Robert Batv, Esq., Milwaukee, Wis. Dear Sib: Y"on are the only party authorized to make my Patent Legg in the Northwest, there be ing no one in Chicago anthorized to manufacture any of my patents. Yours Ac, JJK. t.L.1. Bly's Limbs manufactured oc Government orders. Apparatus for Shortened Limbs and all Dcformi. vies. For particulars address ROBERT BATY, 105 Wisconsin Street Milwaukee Wis. , it , SAI2 EYE. hair dye. BATCH ELOR'S CELEBRATED HAIR DYE. oeet iu the world. The invenior .has used this eplended Hair Dve for 37 years with benefit to the nair, ana no injury to nis neaitn ; proof inat it is the only trne and perfect Dye, Harmless, reliable. Instantaneous. No disappointment ; no ridiculous tints; remedies the ill etlects of bad dyes; leaves the hair soft and beautiful Black tr Brown Sold and properly applied at BATCHLOR'S Wig fac tory. No. Iti Bond street. N. Y, Sold ty all drug. gits MOSQUITO BITES, VEGETABLE POISONS, Ring-Worm. Burn". Chilblains. Itching of the Head and all Eruptions of the Skin, Face or Body itnme diately cured by Batchelor's Curative Ointment. Sold wholesale and retail at Factory, So. 16 Bond street, and by all druggists. 1 1 BATCHELOR'S ALASKA SEAL OIL for the Hair. The Best Hair 0'Jin nee BEAUTIFUL TEETH ! WHITE AS PEARLS ! - Sound, Healthy Gums. Breath Flagrant aB the Rose eecared by using W. A. Batchelsr's Dentifrice. Sold wnoiesaie and retail at Factory, No. IS Bond street, N. Y. and by all druggists. I A, BATCHELRR'S NEW OETIQDE Black or Br wn for tinting the Ha. Whiskers or Mcstachois without greasing them. Sold wholesale and retail at factory, ltj Bond St. New York, and by all druggists. Ask for them. EDUCATIONAL. And Jelagrapk Special Advantages. I. Eight eminent Professors as Instructors. The Best and most Elegant Rooms iu the West. i Hoarding Club. Good board $1.50 to $ a week 4. Three first-lass Penmen constantly employed 5. Superior individual instruction in Book-keeping, ii. Commercial Law. Invaluable to business men. T. Commercial Arithmetic, thorough and practical. . I'nequaled advantages for learning Telegraphy. ) Scholarships good In Forty Colleges. 10. These advantages are poseeseed by no otbe Sebojl. Address MONTAGUE & LILLIBRIDGE Davenport, Iowa ?(Please state where von saw this rrd. STOVE POLISH. . Phoenix Manuf 'ing Co., TAUNTON, - MASS. Manufacturers of the Celebrated 1 FlMlinFOLII An; article excelling In Labor having and Dura bility for use on Stoves, Ranges, Grates, &c. ALSO Crucibles of all Sizes ! 1 i -itff J Ingrain, also. Stair Carpets etc., very cheap'at the (JlsJ Place - - NEW YORK. aoy part of the U. S. free of charge. J. A. BEND ALL, AGENCY. CHICAGO, ILL. for Vt-rchantf" and other at love prices, withoii and isooks at ruoiiHiiere' rates. jE3 3E1.9S SEATING Halls. The most elegant and serviceable CUAIRS now in use. and Patentees of SEATS AND CHAIRS, Sec. - - - - New York. EotelE. BINGHAM HOUSE, Elevat th and Market Streets, PHILADELPHIA PA. First & 2nd Floors, $3.00 per day; 3rd & 4th Floors $2,50 per day. Cubus Davis, Proprietor. PE0SI& HOUSE, Easi corner Public Square, PEORIA, ILLS. Chas. A. Dbank, Proprietor, Rates reduced tofiOC; $3 50; $3 00 per day. AMERICAN HOTEL ChestiatStreet, opposite Independence Hall, PHILADELPHIA, PA 8. M. HBtrLINGS,Proprietir. Dally Asacs kept on file. Chas. Rkosieb, fClerksT- Ben. W. Swope J. H. Berry, Book-keeper. WALNUT ST., HOUSE Walnut Street, Bet, 6th and 7th Streets, CINCINNATI .OHIO d&wly c. S. GREEN, Proprietor. BAENUM'S HOTEL, ST. LOUIS, .MO IN order to meet the wants of the transient pat rous of this Hotel, rates have been reduced to $a.50 and $2.00 per day, according to location of rooms. Its eminent standing will be fully main tained in every particular. L. A. PRATT, Proprietor FRENCH'S HOTEL, ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN, Opposite City Hall, Park. Court House, and New Poet Office. ISTJEW YORK. All Modern Improvements, mcrading Elevator uuuuiB, f j ufr uay sua upwards. T. J. FRENCH & BROS,, Proprietors. NEWHALL HOUSE MILWAUKEE, vn& J. F. ANTISDEL Proprietor. The present proprietors of this Elegant Hote have spared neither money or pains in furnishing aud improving the house; and with tbe Improved Otis Elevator, recently put In It rannot be excelled for convenience and comfort to the traveling public COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL, Corner of Chambers Street, and West Broadway. NSW YORK. ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN. Flrst-ce accommodations for 400 guests. Loca ted coii venlently to business aud places of amuse ments. Cars from all depots pass the door. Rooms from $1 to $5 per day. Newly and handsomely fur nished ard decorated. N. & S. i. nUGGS. Proprietors. N . Hugeins, formerly of Mauha ten HoteL S. J. Husgins, formerly rt Lovejoy'a Hotel. HOTEL DOVENSHIRE. Opposite Grand CentraLDepot,on 41st and 42d Sts. bt. 4th and 5tb Avenues, Nw Yotk. The Hotel Dbvoksbire Is a new first class Ho tel, elegantly furnished and well ventilated Every room is bright and cbeer.nl. The hotel is a modem structure, built exprestly for a first-class hon-cand has every modern Improvement. It is conducted on the European Han. at moderate charges. Persons visititg the city will sae carriage hire aud secure the bett accommodations for the smallest cost, by stopping at the Hotel Devonshire. ASHLAND HOUSE, Fourth Ave. Ccr.$4th St., New Yorlc Citv- American and European Flan. The central location of the "Ashland"' inukes it a very desirable plate for strangers, being one block from Madison Paik. also Broadway, and only a short distance from aoy of the principal places of amusement. , By taking either 83d St.. cross town, or Fourth Avenue Street t ars, access may be bad direct from the door, to any pan of the eity. MR. EDWARD A. JOHNSON, will be found in charge of tbe office, where be r presided for eight years, and will not fail to give satisfaction to guests. Room akd Boabd-$2,00, $9,50 and $3 per Day. Rooms $1 per Day and Upwards. H.H.BROCKWAT,Propetr.