Newspaper Page Text
Saturday, Juns 2. 1377. A Republican correspondent telegraph? from Washington that no military com mission will be sent to Europe to observe and report upon the operations ot the con tending armies, because a 'special appro priation would bo needed to defray its expenses. Bless his innocent soul, Hayes, Sherman and Company wouldn't let that stand in the way minute i( that was all, for are they not about it undertake run ning the whole army without any appro priation at all? It is said that the Democratic post master-general has evidence that Mr Tyner, the first assistant postmaster general, has a brother connected with the company which now prints the postal cards and also with the company to which the new contract has been given. If these things are true and Mr. Key finds some body to fill Tyner's place, there will be danger of a Republican rebellion ' in Indiana, for it is not to be forgotten that Tyner is only another name for Morton. An analysis of the air in the hall of the house of representatives during the session of congress has shown that there is on an average nine parts poison to one part pure air hi that chamber. Since the last adjournment, however, an extensive re construction of the ventilating ducts has been begun, and it is expected when the extra session meets in October that the proportions of good air and poison will be reversed. What effect this change will have on national legislation cannot be fore told, but it is natural to expect that siu-li men as Ben Butler and Garfield will be erioualy inconvenienced by the loss of the atmosphere they have heretofore found so congenial. Ihe colored people will soon hod out that the Democrats nro their best friend and that they must Ink to that party. for real protection in their civil rights. The Republican papers talk very freely now of "the great political blunder" in giving the suffrage to the negro, and it will not be long before they will as freely discuss the question of taking it away from them, Meanwhile the Democracy are outspoken in defence of the political and social right? of the negro, Read this resolution, for instance, adopted recently by the Demo crats of Burke county. Connecticut: "Resolved, That we assure the colored race that they have been made citizens ol the state; that we have no purpose tc make war on them or their legal rights; that in the hands of the Democrats they receive a protection that they cannot pet from any other party in this country, and that we will stand by this assurance, whether they vote with us or against us.'' Sextons should not turn poor boys out of. church. The devil is in such business, and they shouldn't be his agent. That Mr. Brighmm, who died in Boston last week, respected by all as a mau of honor and benevohnce, came into the Hub a poor country lad many years ago. and on the first Sabbath day went to church, as hit mother had told him to do. Creeping shyly into the famous Old South church, he timidly seated bimselt in the nearpu vacant seat, but the sexton, espying him there, came and in a surly manner turned him out. Never again, until that boy ha i devoted himself to the world's pursuits and had amassed a fortune of $3,000,000, did Brigham enter a place of worshin. and ir is known that had he received different treatmentat the hands of that miserable old sexton, (he Old Sonth Church wouldlnot to day be humiliating herself, by begging ami accepting dance-party gifts, in order to be spared threatened demolition. Sextons. don t be the agents of the devil. Saloons and dancing-houses never turn away the boys. LOVING LEXTJEKS TROM LICANS. StPUB Soma Revelations of In ardneas Their "True Tho "Fraud" at Washington wanted Pitkin's place and asked bim to resign. Pit.kio refused and was kicked out. Tie then wrote u whining letter to Ben. Butler and B, B,. improved the occasion to get in a few ironical licks, at the Fraudulent Presi dent, as follows: Wariiimoton, D, C, May 20, lS77i My Hear Pitkin: I have yours of the 15th inst, informing me that when you were in Washington both the president and Mr. Devens, the attornov-generul. gave yon substantial assuritnco thru you would not be disturbed in your office as United States marshal, being a native of the state of Louisiana and a good Republi can, aod against whom no official malfea seoce or personal dereliction from the path of right had been shown, and who, therefore, came eminently witnin the pro visions of civil service reform, which is the corner stone, as I understand it, of our Republican administration. 1 am certain, therefore, that the prc.si.leut and the attorney general would imver have a-ked your resignation of the offiw of marshal, as you say they t)ave done, in contraven tion of their assurances and in disregard of tho principles of civil service reform. ) am bound, therefore, from what I know of both these gentlemen, to believe that they intend in good faith to carry out their assurances and preserve their principles. One fault which I find with yur letter it that you do not make sufficient allowance for political necessities aod entangiements, by which good men are compelled to do that which they would rather not do, It is an open secret here, as I am in formed, that Col. Wharton, your com petitor, aide'l Mr. MacVeagh, one of the commissioners at New Orleans, very large ly in retting a portion of the members of the Republican legislature to desert from Packard and go over to Nicholls, by which a returning board legislature was put under the control of Nicholls. and then that legislature enabled the commission to advise that, as tho legislature had recog nized the iNicuolls government, the presi dent was Douno; to withdraw the troops. It is also asserted that $2,000 was to be paid to the leading deserting legislators and only $200 to others, disguised in the latter case in the shape of mileage, so that Mr. Johnson, a colored man, speaking out of the iuoocence of bis heart, said on the floor ot the house that all he wanted was to get his mileage and go home, It is also asserted here that Col. Wharton, being the instrument selected by Mr. MacVeagh to uo this piece of business, had his promise ot being made marshal if he sue cessfully accomplished it. w barton performed his aide of u uargain, auu i iiuuk yon are yery un BOCX ISLAJTD,... or, at least, do the best they can so to do. It ought to - satisfy W barton that , they have asked you to resign, and you won't, and therefore ' they have done the best they could to make good Mac V eagh's bargain, aod as they can't, Wharton ought to be satisfied, precisely like my friend Geo. (jarfield, who, having done his best, and succeeded in electing Mr. Stan- ey Matthews to tho seoate at the request of the president, as it Is said, on the agreement that the president would 'make him speaker of the house of representa tives, will have to be, and ought to be. satisfied with a lair, honest, and "hearty" endeavor on the part ol the president to do all he can to make him speaker, and it he tails, uarfield will have nobody to blame but himself for not remembering that "a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush." Now. my dear Mr. Pitkin, I call upon you, by the love you bear to the Uepub- lican party and its principles, in memory of the many sacrifices you have made dur ing and Bince the war as a union man in liouisiana, tor the safety ot the country and not for the sake of holding office under the United states, not to throw any nn pediment in the way of the president's fulfilling all the bargains which his subor dinates made, as necessary steps in inaug urating his southern policy, which is to be of so great and incalculable advantage, not only to the party wnicQ you love so well, but alsd to the country, for the unity and pacification of which you haye given the best days ol yonr manhood write thus to you because I thought I de tected m your note to me what seemed to be an unreasonable tone of complaint that you are thus to be sacrificed, lie member that Abraham was about to sacrifice his only son, Isaac, the child of his old age, to what h believed to be the will of God and the necessities ot his people, and the good, book does not make mention of any unreasonable com plaints or outcries ot Isaac on that oc casion, and so. when you bnd that the president, in obedience to the call of his country and the public exigency for its pacification, deems it necessary to sacrifice you, and take away your office and give it to one who wore the gray when you stooa in. the blue, you ought not to kick and squirm any more than Isaac did when he lay upon the altar under the knife of his father, Abraham. I am sorry that I cannot write you any other words of com fort aud consolation, but such as I have I give uuto you. I am yours truly, Benjamin F. Butler. J. si. u. l'tikiu, Esq., I lilted Males 3larlial, nv Orleans, La., There is no need of a key to the grim humor of this epistle, In fact, there is never any possibility of misunderstanding Gen. Butler. The letter reads strangely like Morton's, with the sarcasm a little better adapted to ordinary comprehension In this case Butler's face is turned toward Pitkin, but his remarkable left eye is fixed point blank on Hayes. How do Hayes and his friends like the expression of that optic? Mr. MacVeagh was one of Mr, R. B Hayes's committee (of which Judge Charles B. Lawrence, of this state, was chairman) to go down to New Orleans aod fiud some excuse for recognizing Nicholl and a Democratic state government: WHAT WAYNE MACVEAGH SAYS. Philadelphia, May 29. Following IS the text ot a letter addressed by the Hon. Wayne MacVeagh to General B. F. But ler, in reply to the .fitter's letter to Marshal Pitkin.of New Orleans, published in the New York Tim: Philadelphia, May 29, 1877. Sir- I have just read your ietter in the New York Times. Your informant happens to have told you the exact op posite of the truth in every statement respecting me. " Colonel Wharton did not aid me at New Orleans, but was one of the adherents of the Packard govern ment to the end. He did not receive any promise from me in respect to any office. I have not asked tho president to appoint him marshal. So much for that portion ot your letter. Where I am known . 1 do not need to deny the silly story about the use of money, or to declare it to be, as you know it to be, a base aod cowardly falsehood For those who do not know me, perhaps I ought to add that, apart from uny repugnance on my part to the crime, there were two practical difficulties ii he way of it y committing it. I had no money of my own to spare, and it is only a military commandant at New Orleans in time of war who cau safely appropriate any con siderable quantity of the property of others to his own use. The fact is, that the ene mies of reconciliation in Louisiana wa.-te their time in trying to discover or inveot some kind of a bargaiu with which at once to account for its success and to discredit it. Strange as it may seem to some ol them, political results are still attainable in tins country by straightforward and honest methods, and the country will judge the result we secured by its fruit, in comparison with the fruits of the opposite party. Comparing the four years to come of honest and lawful government with the eight years just ended of hatred. intimidation, outrage, corruption, anarchy. and murder, therefore, from the bitterness ot good men misguided aod of bad m;o disappointed, 1 appeal to tho generous judgment of the American people, and 1 await their decision upon the subject of our labors in Louisiana, not with misgivings or excuses, but with conbdence and pride. lours truly, Wayne MacVeagh, False Impression. It isKunerally sup posed by a certain class of citizens, who are not practical or experienced, that Dys pepsia cannot lDvanucly be cured, nut we are pleased to say that Green's August v lower has never, to our knowledge, taned to cure Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint in all its forms, such as cour stomach, Cos tiveueBs, Sick Headache, Palpitation of the Heart, Low Spirits, &c, &c. Out of 3(J 000 dozeu bottles f.Ad last year, not a single failure was reported, but thousands ot com plituentary letters received trom Druggists ot wondei tul cures, lhree doses will re lieve any case. Try it. Sample Bottles 10 cents. Regular bize 75 cents. For sale by T. II. Thomas. Piias-Itchins Piles. Positive cured also Blind and Bleeding l ues, hi tula, bait llheum, and all dis eases of t no Skin, by the use of ROSS.MAN'S CURE. Itchinm Piles is.generally preceded by a moisture like perspiration producing a very disagreeable and distresses itching particularly at nignt, alter getting warm in bed." No humbug as a trial will prove, I'or sale by all respectable druggists. Kossman & lucKlNsrRV, Hudson, N.Y. I roprietors. Sent by mail for 50 cents. IF YOU HAVE A COUGH. Cold, Asthma, raising of Blood or any a? tectums ot the lireast or Lungs,ieadn ; to consumption, use DR. HOUSEMAN'S GERMAN COUGH DROPS. as prepared for over thirty yeaft, by J. J Davis(now deceased) and you v;,J je 9ure to tind relief. Address ROSSMAN & McKINSTRY, who have succeeded to the Proprietorship, and sold by all druggists aua dealers in Medicines. For sale by a Druggists in Rock Island. Sold by Avery & Tyler, Lafayettee, In diana. i'uiier3c duller, and VnSchaack Mjvensou & Reed, Chicago, wholesale accnts. .John F. Henry, Cnrran & Co., Whole SOAP. V iff XilJyl "Vf-7 GLENN'S SULPHUR SOAP. Thoroughly Cures Diseases of the Siciv, Beautifies the Complexion, Prevents and Remedies Rheumatism and Gout, Heals Sores and Abrasions of -thk Cuticle and Counteracts Contagion. This Standard External Remedy for Erup tions, Sores and Injuries of the Skin, 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 PLIANT, and lieing a wholesome beautifier is far preferable to any cosmetic. All the remedial advantages of Sll. riuiR BATHS are insured BY the use of Glenn's Sulphur Soap, which in addi tion to its purifying effects, remedies and PRE VENTS Rheumatism and Gout. Tt 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. Physicians speak of it in high terms. Prices-25 and 50 Cents per Cake; per box (3 Uakes), bOc. and $1.20. N L. Sent by Mail, Prepaid, on receipt of price, and 5 cents extra for each Cake. -IIITT2 TT4TI? I VTi TVIITCW1 TVTT" asausi i- 11.111, ,r iiinuu -sj Black or Brown, 50 Cents. C. S. C BITTEXTOJ, Prop'r, 7 Sixth Av.,l.T. TERRY'S fTi Si S SALICYLIC tij for constant use in the family. Absolutely pura and the most agreeable to use, nd has the additional advantage of beint: impregnated with the ereatest Known auu-sepric aim him mcikiu .'oin yui, tiu Its Da'lv use DrcvenN contrac ion of coniasfru diseases and the baneful effects of sewer fan, mills matic and male rial exhalation. It is a special boon to School Children who are constantly exposed and to Infant. Prevents contrac Ion of skin diseases Keeps the Skin Soft and White and Prevents Chappiinr. Indorsed by the medical profession. Most economical. 20 centB a cake; 8 cakes for SO cents. Sample cake sent postpaid fos 2 certs. For sal3 by Dnifrirlsts and Grocer. The Bevkklt Co., Agents, Chicago. Is The Champion FOR WASHING ITS HARD OR SOFT WATER. No other Soap in this country is so serviceable to Housekeepers, and so well 7crth their attention. Pyle's 0. K, Saleratus, Is the genuine pure, healthy kind that every good pastry cook needs, to insure complete success. Try those lionost articles. Sold by Grocers Everywhere. IXauf'dfcyJAS. PYLE, ITsvrYcrk. Sold byB S1BECKFUS & SOH, Rock )ani Original and Standard Manufactures. OFFICE AM FACTORY i Nos. 64, 66, 68,70,72,74,76,80 L 82 Washington St, N.Y Babbitt's BEST SOAP. The most l'lonsaut and rffwtive Snnn for the l.miii- dry or for t-nmily W RHhlntr uriMp8 ever ouereu A. trial jmcniMirn xeut tree ou ruceit ot a) ceuu. labbitt's TOILET SOAP. Mad from the nurest vegetable oils. Cnrivnled for the Toilet and the Bnlh. For use in the Nnrnery it has no ennal. Sample box contuiuiu three cakes, sent free ou receipt of 75 cents. Babbitt's SOAP POWDER. From this Powder a beautiful and serviceable white oil hnnp, of uny desired streurth, cau be made m ten minutes without the ue of grease or potatih. Iria packuKC sent free on receipt of 25 cents. Babbitt's YEAST POWDER. Abs ilntely pure. Bread, cakes. onddiiiCT. etc.. made ill a sUurt Pltace of time, keen lonvpr. hihI Hr mitrf ili- rcestilile thun when made of common and cheap imita tions iriai t'caKe "ii iree ou receipt ot 7a cents. abbitt's SALERATUS. A standard article. A sample package sent free on receipt of 25 cents. abbitt's CREAM TARTAR. Warranted free from all impurities. The bous- rife cau rely uimju it. Trial package seut free ou re ceipt of 76 cents. Babbitt's POTASH A nnre concentrated alkali, double file stremrth of comnum potash, bam pie sent free on receipt of 2b uenta. THE PROPRIETOR trill Hive nn ounce of Void tor every ounce ot impurities found In any oi tuese prepHi-ntions. Jj'or Sale hy all Dealers. COR B E IT'S PY LIE'S' T BABBITTS r 1 'riijr FIVE CENTS WORTH Is sufficient for a -ashi:-rg of tbrco to fonr dozen pieces, and wUU ouc-ttird the time and labor, since, bv soaking clothes with a solution of it, very little rubbing Is require. , TH CHEAPEST 6;,i IH THC Vr D. COR BEIT. BOYNTON & CO., HELICAL. S. 0. DUNBAR'S FLUID MAGNESIA Superior to any English or American. ADIPLO MA was awarded to this Magnesia, by the American institute in 18o. This, very useful and elegant preparation is used as an aperient antic acid in dyspepsia complaints attended with aciditv with very great benefit. It has the aovantage over common Magnesia, in being dissolved, aud therefore not being liable to accu mulate in the bowels. It is decidedly superior to Carbonate of Soda or Potash, on account of its aperient duality. rnia solution ot Magnesia is louna particularly nenenclat as a pleasiuir sedative ana aperient, in an caws of irritation, or acidity of the stomach, febtlle complaints, infantile disorders, or sea-sickness. An ounceortwo ol this eolation speedily removes heartburn, acrid eructations and sourness, or irreg ular digestion. The solution is of itself an aperient, but its laxa tlve properties can be much augmented by taking with it. or directly after it. a little lemon luice, mix ed with sugar and water, or even with cream of tar tar; in this manner a very agreeable etleryescent draught .can be safely taken at any time during fever or thirst. The antisceptic dualities of this solution, owin to the presence of so much carbonic acid, have been found verv valuable in putrid and other fever. As a lotion for the month, it sweetens the breath, and the Magnesia cleans tho teeth from tartar. The solution Das almost invariably succeenea in removing fits, spasms and headaches to whtcn dell cate persons are subject from acids and crudities of the stomach ana bowels. he atteution of the pub'ic Is pamcularly direct ed to the following certificates of physicians and o'ner persons wno nave usea tne Magnesia: jnbw HAvitN, Feb. sh, im. S O Dunbar, Esq. Dear Sir; I most cheerfully accora my lesumony lniavoroi your "Fluid Mag nesia." 1 have never loand anything so pleasant anaene?tuai lor correcting aciaity oi trie stomacn ana curying neaaacne ansinn inenirom. it is re sorted to by several members of my fami y when ever suffering as above, and always with great sat lsiactionanagiostantaneous reiiei. Yonrs truly, John A. Blake, The subscriber having used the above a.nicle In hie family for some years, is happy to endorse the testimony or Mr. Blake In us favor. Hartford, Conn. Kev. John Orcutt Pkovidkncb, No-. 0, 1H-IS. Mk O. S. f unbab, D.-ar Sir: 1 am happy hear tt'at yonr prepsraiion of fluid Magnesia comiti'" into irenerui u-e. While it is more econom icsl thau other preparations of Fluid Magnesia, I have found it. vastly more efficient, and ut only n antiseptic and antl ocid unon the stomach, but very considerable tonic. Il Is a beautiful medicine for the bowel derangement which so often afflict young children, and for females of debilitated and sour stomachs, particularly those encienle. it invaluable. Being a scientific preparation and open to the professi n, it needs only un acqiuint ance to become with them a favorite medicine. VVm. Grosvkxor, M. D S. O. Dunbar. Dear Sir: I have bt'en some timt: in the babitof preccribinir the Fluid Magnesia pre par. d by you and I prefer it to the Kng ih prrpara tion on account ot its cheapness ana its nnperior laxative qualities. Kespectfiilly y.'iirs, &c. M. S. Pkrbt, M. D WOMEN! TJSIE LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S Vegetable Compound THE SURE Cl'RK FOR PROLAPSUS UTERI, AND All Female Complaints I A Remedy tbat ie rapidly taking; the place ot all other Preparations for the Cure of all Female weaknesses I This Compound, which ' purely vegetable, hns entirely cured the moat stubborn canes that have bullied" the fkill of our bent physicians, and ihoug- annp oi pertoiit wuo were confiutTcu as incuruuie before thin remedy -was discovered hr.ve been re etoied io perfect health by its use. Worth $1,000 in a Single Case. Bitklinoton, Vt , Dec. 15th, l7tt. Mrs. Ltdia E. 1'iNKdAM :- it is with pleasure that we are able to say that in every case reported to ns your Vegetable Compound has given uni versal satisfaction. One gentleman told us to-day that it had done his wife a thousand dollars worth of good, as he exnresed it. Our cpstomers with out a single exception, speak ol it in the highest terms of praise. ou are at liberty to make use of this in nuvertlsinK ir yon choose, t onrs very re spectfiilly. H. B. STEAK NS & CO., Dmacists. t3T"The Pamphlet "Guide to Women" w.ll be sent free to anv address by enclosing stamp to LiuiAB. riSMiAM.Lynn, Mass. Lydia E. Pinhhanis Vegetable Compound Is sold by all Druggists at $1 per bottle. Whole sale Agents George C Goodwin & Co., No. 88 Hanover street, and Carter, Harris fr Hawlev. No. 3SH wasningren super, noston. LIVEE EEGULATOS If vou feel dull, drowsy, debilitated, have fre quent headache, mouth tastes badly, poor appetite and tongue coated, yon are suffering from torpid liver, or "bilonsIle'8,, and nothing will cure you so speedily ana permanently as to Ursa For ail Diseases of the Iaver, Stomach, and Spleen. Tlie Cheapest, Purest and Best Family Medicine in the World 1 Ask the recovered flyBpeptica, Bilious sufferes, victims of Fever and Anue, tne mercurial diseased patient, how they recovered health, cheerful spirits and pood appetite they will tell yon by taking Simmon's Liver Regulator. CHEAT FAMILY MEDICINE. Tt contains lour medical elements, never nuited 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 all imporities of the body. Such signal suc cess has attended Its use, that it ie now regarded as the EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC For all diseases of the Liver, Stomach and Spleen. AS A REMEDY IN Malarious Fevers, Bowel Complaints, Dyspepsia. Mental Depression, Restlessness, Janndice, Na i sea. Sick Headache, Colic, Constipation, and Bili ousness WTIT HAS. NO EQUAL. Bold hy ail Drag lets. Liver Disease and ludigestion prevail to a greater extent than probably any other malady, and relief is always anxiously sought after. If tho Liver is Regulated m its action, health Health Is almost Invariably se SIMMONS' cured. Indigestion or want of action lu the Liver causes Headache, Constipation, Jaundice, Pain in the Shoulders, Cough, Dizziness, Soar Stomach, batl taste in the mouih, bilious attacks, palpitation of the heart, depression of spirits or the blues, Bnd a hundred other symptoms, SIMMONS' LIVER REGULATOR is the best remedy that has ever been discovered fur these ailments. It acts mildly, effectually, and, being a simple vegetable coin pound, can do tio injury In any quantities thauit may be taken. It is harmless in every way; it has been for forty years, and hundreds of groom ana great from all parts of the country will vouch for its virtues, via: Hon Alexander H. Stephens, of Georgia; Bishop Pierce, of Georg't John tiiil Shorter, ot Alabama; Gen. .lobn B.C ( fon, R. L. i Mott, of Colunr - t Uo., are are among the- indreds to whom we can ji. Extract of a letter from Ilv.u. Alexan der H. btrphens, dated March 8, 1872: "I occasionally use, when my condition requires it, UV1E Dr. Simmons' Liver Regi tor, with good effect. It is mild, and suits me better than more active medicine. Important Caution. Buy ko Powdebs oh PHtPAttEn SIM MO Kb' LIVER REGULATOR trtt LESS IN OL'B ENORAVED WBAPPEB, WITH TrADX M -hk. Stamp axd Signa- T' R ligUKOKEN.. REGULATOR. j. ?i2&i MACON, GA., and PHILADELPHIA; Manufacturers ECAICIXBOZ9 "' J . j iZrmnA ltAn at Centennial. Standard flctirlnff HilL Standard Grinding Kill. Scourer, Grinder and Bi.ltpr. 8 feet long by 4 feethitfh. Rant with belt 4 Inches wide Floor 3 to C btiihele per hoor. Ha dooble ventilating Loiter, For flour, middlings and bran. Gives very one hi own gritU Make the bett floor and yield. For all mbBtns wet or dry. But It of burr xtone nd Iron. For heavy or light power. : Capacity of 90 im-h ttonea. Kmial to anv larger rise. Thickest French bmr stones Double dlzcharve spouts. Adjustable babbitt boxe. ! a Tenauie nvurmg mm. rwnd eell-atljTistinir burrs. Centennial .Tndees award nierlal nn tw ihp nnrt- tthlt, vertical mill for xnifliti and good workman htp, economy and adaptability. J EDWARD HARRISON, SK1V HA VEX, CONN. CHICAGO whip socket manufactory. Thb Pkkruesb. The Gem Paient Allowed. Patent Allowed. JjfCN. IV A fil l line f samples sent by express on receipt of $2.25, wiih privilege of rttur;ilng by pay l Hi? express charges bo;u wi.js. The Hiiixury." MSTAUC nd I'N EQUALLED FOR Comfort, Durability and Cleanliress. Also tho '-Domestic," 8 Row Spring Bed. S. 11. REEVES & X'O.. 3n State Street CHICAGO. 62rowerv NEW YOKE Send for price list Centennial Exhibition Prize Medal Awarded. Eagle Anvil Works ! Established 1S43- ? Made at the oldest Anvil manufactory in this country. All English Anvils, after a time, become nouowing on tne tace ty continued hammering ir nse, on account of the fibrous nature of the nroughl iron causins it to "settle," under the steel. But the body of the Kagle Anvil being ef cry tallized iron, such settling cannot occur; and the steel face therefore remains perfectly true. Alt-o, it has the great advantage, that being i,f a more solid material, and, consequently, with let-s re bound, the piece forged receives the PULL effect of the hammer, instead of a part of it being waited by the rebound, as with a wrought iron Anvil. More work can therefore be done on this Anvil with a hammer one-fifth lighter tban required fur a wnmgni iron Anvil wnieii is more eiastic. The working surface is In one piece of .Tess-ii' Beht Tool Cast Stem, accurately ground, bard ened and given the proper temper for the lu-av work. The horn is of tough uutempered steel The cast steel surface is warranted to be onghly welded and not to come off. PRICK LIST. October 1st, 187k. Anvils weighing KHi lb", to 800 lbs. 9 cts per lb Smaller Anvils, ("Minims.") from f 2.75 to each Dooley's Patent Combination TOE-CALKS. Pnt 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 ensures the I 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 Dy U. IT. DBW1C&. & CO., 880 Dorchester Ave., Sonth Boaon, Mtss. GOLD MEDAL Xon-Estensible Patented Jnly;:H, 1ST1. Rel-sued May 18 1873, and June 9ih, 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, i. i which support the leather and secures hi i PERMANENT ELAS1ICIT5T. 1 We make this style with a single rod, double rods, and wood frames, and iDtend that it Bhall.in qual ity, compare favorab'" with our other well known brands. BEHJ.P..BAU3ZS & SON, -,-.4 Jtauufacturera, " B A O G E R PITA CE,."u.;i:; .'..,-"3 s-its fy ml pi i?i WJp j 5,111! yl Y J if?-:M J7J Ml RAZOR BELT MISFIT CAEPETS. English Brussels, Three Ply and Velvet Rug, Crumb Cloths, Oil C!rim, 112 FULTON STREET, - Carpets carefully packed and sent to Send" for Price List. SOAP. OLD-FASHIONED Square bar RoriD is the most economical to use. K.im. hut arc done to make it look attractive and ttHtnatt ooap IS maae OI Jta me uetsi niMLeniu Known iui firouuuuiy is u.iu, wim-eaoieaim eft'eviive Soap. It is cut in one-pound bars, of convenient and economical shape, and a at wrapped. The style? in which tb.ii Soap is cut and packed eaves all ueetass expense, enabling us to sll a superior Soap at much let per pound than yon are now paying for an inferior article. Kvery bar of the peuuiue Stamped "PROCTER & GAMBLE MOTTLED GERM AS.' Take no other. Sobl everywhere. PURCHASING O. WIIiOGX, General Purchasing Agent 121 DEARBORN ST., Make purchases of all descriptions of Merchandise expense to the H. E. IX)WE. Assistant Cashier Merchant's Savings loan and 1 met t-o Chicago G. P. UPTON. Associate Editor 'Tribune1' - ' 14. H. KANE CO., Manufacturers of Prirtinrr Ink B. SCAKR.MKRMOKN, Ass't Afceiit V. S. Express u WM. DOW'I), President "Bank of North America, 44 COOKE & COLTON, Bankersand brokers. 40 Broad st Subscriptions rectived fur all Papers, renotucais Correspondence solicited on ny point pertaining IMPE 0""V E D III For Churcht s. Lodge Rooms and Public. Halls. The most elegant and serviceable SETTERS AND CHAIRS now in use. GARDNBR &; CO., Manufacturers and Patentees of PERFORATED, VENEER No. 36 Paarl Street, - - ASTIFI3AL LIMBS Manufacturer of ARTIFICIAL LIMBS. Office for the North we9t of Vt. Bly's Celebrated i Patent Limbs, as the following will show: Rochester, N, Y., Sept. 1, 18t4. Robjckt Baty, Ksj.. Milwaukee, Wis. Dear Sir: Yon are the only party authorized to make my Patent Legs in tho Northwest, there be ing no one in Chicago antnonzea to manuiaciure any of my patents. i ours Jtc, DO.. BLl . Bly's Limbs manufactured oc Government orders. Apparatus for Shortened Limbs and all DcformW ties. For particulars address ROBERT BATY, 105 Wisconsin Street Milwaukee Wis. EAIS EYE. HAIR BATCH KLOUS CELEBli-VTED HAIR DYK. best in the world. The inventor has used this splended Hair Dve for S7 years witb benefit to the hair, and no injury to his health ; proof (hat it is the only true and perfeet Dye, Harmless, reliable, instantaneous. No disappointment; no ridiculous tints; remedies the ill effects of bad dyes; leaves the hair soft and beautiful Black or Brown. Sold and properly applied at BATCULOR'S Wig I ac- tory. .No. lt Jiond street, i, , isoia by ail .orng. gists. MOSQUITO BITES, VEGETABLE PQ1SCKS, aud all Eruptions o the Skin, Face or Body imme diately cured by Batchelors Curative Oiutrrent, Sold wholesale and retail at Factory, ?o. IR Bond street, and by all druggists. ii i niTiMTi nmr iiipvi rrn mi i!. Hi cAiintLun o almoks ml uil for the Hair. The Best Hair OJIn nse BEAUTIFUL TEETH ! WHITE AS PEARLS I Sound, nealthy Gums, Breath Fragrant as the Rose secjred by using W. A. Batchelsr's Dentifrice. Sold wnoiesaie and retail at Factory, imo. IB Hand street. N. Y. and by all druggists. I A, EATCHELHR'S HEW OETiQiiE Black orEi wn for tlntins the ns. Whiskers or Mustachois without greasing them. ioia wnoiesaie ana retail ai tactory, 10 uoud St. Sew York, and by all druggists. Ask for them. ENGBAVIN& EDUCATIONAL. Jini Telegraph Special Advantages.. Kitht eminent Professors as Ihstructors. Tlie Best and most Elegant Rooms lu the West. Hoarding Club. Good board f 1.5U to f 1 a week 1. Three first class Penmen constantly employed Superior individual instruction in Book-keeping. Commercial Law. Invaluable to business men. 7. Commercial Arithmetic, thorough and practical. 3. Cnequaled advantages for learning Telegraphy. Scholarships good in Forty Colleges. 10. These advantages are possessed by no otbe Schoal. Address MONT GUE & LILLI BRIDGE Davenport, Iowa psJTTmsse state where vou saw thic card. STOVE POLISH. Plioenix Manuf lug Co., TAUNTON. - MASS. mm Mann'acturers ot Ihe Celebrated Flil STQVti POLISH An article excelling In Labor Saving and Dura bility lor use on Stoves, Ranges, Grates, 4c. , Z -AU-0 ' ? Crucibles of M Sizes ! Ingrain, also, btair Carpets, etc., very cheap at the Old Place - - NEW YORK. any rart of the U. S. f ree of charge. J. A. BEND ALL, Pressing and wrapping an- .if no issible benefit to salable. Jtror.trr V natn"f " "rifftnai Mottled AGENCY. CHICAGO, ILL. for M rchants and others at lowest prices, witbuii purchaser. ; Wall Bt...- New Yor. anu uooks at ruMi.sners' rates. to Ihe business. State where yon eaw this adv. 1ST SEATING SEATS AND CHAIRS, Sec. - - - - New York. Hotels. BIH0HAM HOUSE, Elevc t tli and Market Streets, PHILADELPHIA PA. Fim 2nd Floors. f-3.0O per day; 3rd & 4th Floors f 2,50 per day. wcklis jjayis, rropnetor. PEORIA HOUSE, East corner Public 'Square, PEORIA ILLS. ' Chas. A. Deakk, Proprietor, Rates reduced to $2 Ot ; $2 50; $3 00 per day. AMERICAN HOTEL Chestr at Street, opposite Independence Kail, PHILADELPHIA, .'. Pi S. M. HETJLINGS, Proprietor. Dally Abocs kept on file. Chas. Re6Kikr,- -Clerks- -Ben. W. Swopk J. U. Bkrbt, Book-keeper. WALKUT ST., HOUSE Walnnt Street, Bat 6th and 7th Streets, CINCINNATI . OHIO diwly c. S. GREEN, Proprietor. BAENUM'S hotel, ST. LOUIS 510 IN order to meet the wants of the transient pat rous of this Hotel, rates have been reduced to $2.50 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 FEEN CH'S HOTEL, ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN, Opposite City Hall, Park, Court House, and New Post Office. NJSW YORK. All Modern Improvements, including Elevator Rooms, $1 per dav and npwardf . T. J. FRENCH & BROS,, Proprietors. NEWHALL HOUSE MILWAUKEE, WIS J. F. ANTISDEL Proprietor. The present proprietors of this Elepant Rote have spared neither money or -pains in furnishing and improving the bonse; and with the lmprovm Otis Elevator, recently put in it cannot be excelled for convenience and comfort to the traveling public COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL, Corner of Chambers Street, and West Broariwsy, NEW YORK. ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN. First-class accommodations for 400 guests. Loca ted conveniently to business and places of amuse ments. Cars from all depots pass the door. Koomt from $1 to $5 per day. Newly and handsomely fur nished and decorated. 2i, Jb S. J. HUGGIN8. Proprietors. N. Hoggiils, formerly of Manha ten Houl. S. J Hugging, formerly Lovejoy's Uc tel. HOTEL D0VENSHIRE. Oppotfie Grand Central Depot, on tut aud 4:M tbet. 4th and Mh Avenues, New Yoik. The IIotkl Devonsbirr is a new first cliif H'1 tel. elegantly f umisheu aud well ventiiaU d tvi ry rooiu la brignt aud cheer, ul. The hotel is a nierii "; i-trutlure, built expreMly for a first-class houi'.ii"J has every modern improvement. It is comlucnu on the European Plan, at moderate cbai't'e Persons vlruitg the city will eae carriatre hire huu s-ecura the btrt accommodations for the smailttt cost, by tcppiug at the Hotel Devonshire. ASHLAND HOUSE, Fourth Ave. Ccr. 24th St., New Yoyk City American and. European Plan. The central location of the "Asbland" make it a very desirable plate for strangeis, oeiii block from Madisoa Pai k, also Broa-i way. " oh ' a short distance from any of the principal of amusement. Fourth By taking either iwa !.. crow """V'.," from Avenue Street t ars, access may be naa ui-. the door, to any part of the city. . MB. EDWARD A. JOHNSON, will be found in -hr re of tl.e off.ee. here n presided for c!.ti jvatv. :u... v:i r.i- ' satisfaction t" yucsu. , .om-rDay. Boo and bSard-$3,00, $3,50 and f3 P-' Rooms 1 per Day ana v pwaru-. ;et cr .MASS.