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BOCK XSIiAJTO U.IOHOIS.
Tlursiaj, Jono 7, 187L
The Next Speak sr.
TL ' St. Louis Republican eays that "io
the matter of riding two horaca at the
same time ex-speaker Randall cortaioly
deserves attontion. lie is making a des
perate effort to convince the South that he
is for internal improvement and the East
that he is against it, and he evidently
thinks ho can carry out his promises to
both sides in the same brilliant stylo that
i hel advocated filibustering in caucus last
February and ruled against it in the
chair." While all this may bo true and
will probably loose Mr. Randall the votes
of a few northern Democrats will it not
give him the support of the southern
members and enough of the northern
members, who will, by the time congress
meets, be so '.far committed to the support
of Hayes's policy as to make Randall
successful? It is no use denying the fact
that many Democrats are commending
Mr. Hayes' southern policy. They sy that
he is only doing what Tilden would have
done had he been inaugurated; and, they go
even farther in cotumending that policy,
by claiming that it is better for the coun
try to have it done by Hayes than that
Tilden should have done it, from the fact
that the more reasonable and liberal ele
ment of the icpublican party will endorse
Hayes' policy, or at least their party
fealty will stop objection, while democrats
cannot withhold approval if honost in ap
proving the same action had it been done
by Mr. Tilden. Should Hayes carry out
''civil service reform" as his action now
seems to indicate, by the tiino congress
meets, Mr. Randall may have his two
horses near enough together to ride them
both up to the speakers chair. If Hayes
and his policy both succeed why should
not the speaker, through whose rulings
filibustering was defeated last February,
also succeed? There ar6 a great many
politicians on both sides just now who are
keeping very quiet. They are in a non
committal condition. They fear to com
mend the good things Hayes is doing for
feor he will leave the track when Blaine,
Butler and Morton get thbir forces well
organised, and they are a little afraid that
he is smarter than he is accredited with
being, and they may not be able to "catch
on" at the front of the successful column.
Neither is it certain that the cast is against
internal improvements. There are pome
forcible arguments in support of this
policy, provided it can be carried out
without stealings. The cast has generally
'been in ou all schemes for internal
improvements. However, should Mr.
Randall fall short, tho speakership will
probably conic west. There are some
good names yet uncalled.
How Silver Came to be Demonetised.
The fullowiog extract (root the "Bank
ers' Magazine" fur August, 1873, shows
how it came that silver was demonetized'':
" ' Congressional Record, April 19, 1372,
page 2Uol. Mr. Hooper, chairaiao of the
committee ou mints and coinage, in his
report states: Ernest Lloyd, ot London, a
distinguished writer and bullionist, who is
now here, and has given great attention to
the subject of the mines and coinage, after
examining the first draft of this bill, made
various and valuable suggestions, which
the committee adopted and embodied in
thoir bill. In 1872, silver being demone
tized in France, Germany, England and
Holland, a capital of 100.000 ($500,000)
was raised, and Ernest Lloyd, of London,
was sunt to this country with this fund as
the aent of the foreigu bondholders nnd
capitalists to t fleet the same object, which
was successful."
Tho opinion that Gov. Cullom did a good
thing in vetoing the bill making silver coin
a legal tender within the limits of the
state, seems to be agreed in by those who
are disposed to consider the subject fairly.
The case might have been different
if such a law were in force in every
stato and all over tho country; and
then, to accomplish this, it would be
better to have congress repeal tho act
whereby the Btandard of silver was debased
so as to make it lower in tne money
markets of the United States than green
backs. Tho condemnation of Gov. Cullom
by some Democratic papers, who think
they are for hard money without knowing
how to an ive at such a result is all very
foolish. If Gov. Cullom had allowed the
bill to become a law it would have imposed
upon the people of the stato a depreciated
currency, made bo by acts of congress, and
ic would havo been embarrassing to busi
ncss not only in the state but out of the
state.
Let the traducers of this veto spend their
time in condemning the act of 1873 which
became a law at the instance of a foreign
agent with $500,000 in his pocket to cor
rupt the honorable congressmen of that
time. Let us see, how did our member of
cougrcss yoto on that bill? Will Mr.
llrwley give an opinion on that half mil
lion question?
Tho Texas Pacific.
It seems that Mr. Iluycs has been in
uuced to bo tar declare liiujelf respecting
the question of government aid in the
building ot a railroad between the 32d
and o5th parallels, from the Mississippi
river to the l'uciQu oceun, as to make it
fairly certain that he will oeitlier uiuk
any unfavorable recommendation in his
message to congress nor veto any bill thit
may pass. This assurance, uud the now
well determined fact that there has been
deemed change ot ceutiuieut respecting
this enterprise among northern members
of congress, both Republic ins aud Demo'
crats, gives good reason to hope that the
needed HHsistanco will be grunted this
winter. Thero is ttill, however, the ol
i .1 ... .
uangcr mat tne mends ot the measure
will prove their own worst enemies by ask
ing for t'o much. It is fairly certain that
congress will not puss any bill which un
dertakes to place a railroad gridiron all
over the south under the thin disguiso ol
providing necessary branches of the main
faciuo lino. Ihose who wish a new trans
continental railroad built by the aid of the
government, crodit must concentrate their
enorta upon the muin stem, and permit
tne brandies to take care ot themselves,
n must not ue lorgotien ttiat one great
consideration to induce tho government to
lend its cYedit is tho fact that two existing
roads, to which a large land grant has
been made by cougress, propose to aban
don one half of ths landa they are now
entitled to by law, from tb point of their
juauuoD, . .mane uo national enterprises
but everv branch road which proposes tol
connect any particular locality with either
of these main lines is necessarily a local
undertaking, of which, a hundred could
be named last as deserving; as any one.
Let the proposition go to congress without
the burden of these local feeders, and
there will be no chance to defeat it: but
if it is to be loaded down with branches.
the bill will fail this session as it has here
tofore.. Louis republican.
Gen. Lew Wallace delivered tho Decora
tion Day address (at New-Alabany, lnd.,
and it was a noble plea for reconciliation
and peace. The keynote of the whole is
in the following extract:" I move a call
for a convention of the citizen soldiers of
the north and south, participants in the
late war, to consider how a full, hearty,
perfected recoDcilation can be effected be
tween the sections. A few weeks ago I
met an excellent Confederate soldier iti
thd anta-chatrber of the White House.
We talked over a battle in which we had
been engaged on our respective sides. As
we wer? separating ho held to my hand
and said: "Sir, if they would refer the
business to us. we soldiers could soon settle
it.' The speaker was Gen. John B. Gor
don, now a senater from Georgia. My
motion is his thought put in practical form.
Will the Confiderates meet us in conven
tion? If they do not, we have demonstra
ted our good will toward them, and, if the
day of calamity come again, the reference
will serve U3 well. If they meet us 1 be
lieve they will - and we resolve ourself in
to some permanent association as I be
lieve we can who shall refuse our exam
ple? It we who fought each other in the
field, can forget our enmity.andjOf our battles
even made bonds of renewed fraternity,
tho civilian and stay-at home will not cry
out against us he caDnot for shame.
Accord is impossible, some one will say
impossidle for want of a basis. You -ob
serve, my friend, how carefully, consider
ing my limited time, I strove to define and
interpret what, in need of a better name'
lean tne Americanism, unuerstana now
wh v I dwell unon it. I offer it as a ground
Understand
of reconciliation. Is it broad enough? 1
said it was a belief that the whole country
belongs to us and each of us, and that
whatever we chance to be iin the country
no man has better rights than another, or
more of them. Broad enough! Why the
world could stand upon It a united com
munity. Ladies and gentlemen, what I
wish is that the men who scarred the con
tinent with trench and cannonshot, and
flecked it with cemeteries like this, may
meet in reunion, if but once, under the
eyes of the nation. I think it a rule in
which you may trust nobody will find the
way to peace as certainly as a veteran
weary of war." A'. Y. Tribune.
Thirty-three Thousand Lawyers.
Albany Law Journal.
The following tabic, showing the num
ber of lawyers in some of the states and
cities of the ui.icn, has been prepared, but
we do not vouch for its accuracy;
State of New York. .5,913 All the territories... RH
Missouri
Pennsylvania ..
Illiuoi
Ohio
Indians
Massachusetts..
Connecticut....
New Jersey. . ..
Virginia
California
Kentucky
. . .:i.4.r5i New York city 1.-2S3
..3,af3 PLiiadeipnu .
..'i.nss New Orleaus !0
..2.:o!i Newark It-
. 1.KS4 Jeraev City 115
..1,270 Cincinnati S!4
.. 8(U Chicago twy
.. Wis St. Louis 5!t4
. . 1 ,075 San Frauc'soo 4M
.1,115 Washington 870
,l,5sa Brooklyn 72W
Khode lslaud.
'Island 1M3 Buffalo l.bl
re mbckuu a
Dolaw
Vcnnout
A Lamb with a Ccw fcr a Mother.
Fromth Sedalia (Mo.) Bazoo.
A short time ago a hoe Cotswold ewe
belonging to Maj, McDonald, of Daviess
county, gave birth to a brck Iamb,
mmeduitely after which she died. About
the same time a young neiter on the
major's place, dropped a calf, which died.
he major s Bon, alter consulting lian-
dall's Sheep-Husbandry," placed the lamb
with the heifer, first holding it up to the
cow's udder until it susked. The result ol
the affair is, that the heitcr at one adopted
the lamb, and it is now fat, thrifty, and
vigorous, being uuout seven weeks old and
weighing over tilty pounds.
The Augus Job Frintinq kooms
turn out tjards, Circulars, rsote Heads,
ill Heads. Law Briefs, and all other
kinds of Printing, in the highest style of
the art, aud on the most reasonable terms.
And The Auors Book Bindery is doing
all kinds of work in that Udc, neat, quick
und cheap. The friends of the paper and
he public generally are invited to give our
work a trial. dwtf
How it is Done. The
first
object in
o with the American people is to "get
rich"; the second how to get good health.
The first can be obtained by energy,
honesty and savins:; tho second, (good
health.) by usiujr Green s August I low
er. Should you be a despondent suffeier
from am of the effucts of Dyspepsia, Liver
Complaint, Indigestion, &c., each as Sick
Headache, Palpitation of the Heart, hour
Stomach, Habitual Costiveness, Dizziness
of tho Head, Nervous Prostration, Low
Spirits, &c, you need not suffer another
day. Two dosca ot August Flower will
relieve you at once. Sample bottles 10
cents. Regular size 75 cents. Positively
sold by all first-class druggists in the U.
S., and by T. II. Thomas. Hock Island.
Nervous Debility.
A depressed, irritable state of mind; a
weak. iiervou9. exhausted feeling; no en
ergy or animation; contused bead, weak
memory, often with debilitating, involun
tary discharges. The consequence of
excesses, mental overwork md indiscre
tions. . This nervous .debility find9 a
sovereign cure in Humphreys' homeo
pathic specific, No. 28, It tone up the
system, arrests discharges, dispels the
mental gloom and despondeDcy,and rejuve
nates the entire system. It is -perfectly
harmless and always efficient. Price $5,
for a package ot five boxes and a large $2
vial of powder, which is important in old,
serious case. ; or fl por single box. Sold
by all druggists, or sent by mail on receipt
of price Address Humphrey 8 xiomeo-
pathio Medicine U, No. Iu9 Fulton St.,
N. Y.
JSrHoa .art adfurilsenient.
Piititincr, Diudinsr and Iibnk-13ook work
specialities at The Arous Office. No
Sains will be spared to please customers,
itistantion rnrintwd. tf
Piles-Itching Piles.
Positively cured also Blind and Bleeding
Piles. Fistula, Salt llhcum, Btid all dis
eases of the Skin, by the use of
UOSSMAN'S CURE.
Itching Piles is generally preceded by
a moisture like perspiration producing a
very disagreeable and distressing itching,
particularly at night, after gettiug warm
in bed. No humbug as a trial will prove.
For sale by all respectable druggi&U.
liossMANct wcrUNsrRv-, Hudson. N.Y
Proprietors.
bent by mail for 50 cents.
IF YOU HAVE A UOUOU.
Cold, Asthma, raising of Blood or any af
fections of tho Breast or Lungs, leadij to
tionsutnptton, use
DK. HOUSEMAN S GERMAN COUGH
DROPS,
as prepared for over thirty year& by J. J.
L)avis(now deceased) and you vvJ be 9ure
to find relief. Address ROSS MAN &
McKINSTRY, 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.
Johu F. Henry, Curran & Co Whole
sale Aneuta, 8 College Place, N, Y,
GLENN'S
SULPHUR SOAP.
Thoroughly Cures Diseases of the Skin-,
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 only
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 lieing a wholesome BEAUT1FIER is far
preferable to any cosmetic. .
All the remedial advantages of Sul.
niUR Baths are insured by the use of
(llenti's Sulphur 8oaj), which in addi
tion to its puritying effects, remedies and pre
vents Rheumatism and Gout.
It also disinfects clothing and linen
and PREVENTS diseases communicated by
contact with the TERSON.
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 (J uakes), OUc. and $ J. 20.
N n. Sent by Mail, Prepaid, on receipt of price, nnd
5 cents extra for each Cake.
HILL'S H AIR AND WHISKER DYE,"
Blnck or Brown, 50 Cents.
r fRiTTFX'TAY pv ? !;vtl l IT
L lU 11 1, P r Av
TERRY'S
SALICYLIC
forconstant use In the family. Absolutely pura and
the most agreeable to use. and has the additional
advantage of being impregnated with the greatest
known anti-septic and disinfectant Salicylic acid.
Its Da:ly use prevent contracioa of contagious
diseases and the baneful effects of sewer gas, mias
matic and malsrial exhalations. It is aspecial boon
to School Children who are constantly exposed and
to iufants. Prevents contrac Ion of skin diseases
Keeps the Skin Soft and White and Prevents
Chapping. Indorsed by the medical profession
Most economical. 20 cents a cake ; 3 cakes for 50
cents. Sample catte sent postpaid fos 2 cents.
For salo by Druggists and Uroctr.
Thk Bkverxt Co., Agon's, Chicago.
rrll "
is The Cliampioii
FOR WASHING IN
HARD OR SOFT WATER.
No other Soap in this country is
so serviceable to Housekeepers, and
so well worth their attention.
i
Is the genuine pure, healthy kind
that every good pastry cook needs,
to insure complete success.
Try tliesc honest articles.
Sold by Croeers Everywhere.
Manf'dbyJAS. PILE, ITewYorlr,
Sold by B. STEECKTUS & SOXT.Iiock Island.
Original and
Standard Manufactures.
No!. 64, 66, 68,70,72,74,76,80 II 82 Washington St, N.Y,
orr ill-.
AM FACTMKY 1
Babbitt's
BEST SOAP.
The most pleasant mid effective Soao for the I.nun-
lry or for Family Washing rtse8 ever ollered.
a trial jiacKiife sent tree ou receipt oi zu cents. .
Babbitt's
TOILET SOAP.
Mad from the purest veg-etable oils.
rtable oils. Unrivaled for
For use in the Niimei v 1
tne Toilet and the Hath.
it has no equal, ftampie box, containing three cakes,
sent tree on receipt w lb cents.
Babbitt's
SOAP POWDER,
From this Powder a beautiful and serviceable white
soft toon it. of any desired streuirth. can be made, in
ten iniuuU'S without the ne of rreae or potash. Trial
package sent free on receipt of 26 eents.
YEAST POWDER.
Absolutely pure. Bread, cakes, puddinire, etc., made
in a short space of time, keep longer, aud are more cll
trextible than when made of common aud cheap imita
tions. A trial pacaatre gent tree on receipt oi ii cents.
SALERATUS.
A standard article,
receipt of 86 eents.
A sample puckaseseut free on
m - m m
CREAM TARTAR.
Warranted free from all impurities. Ths house
wife can rely upon it. Trial packue Bent free on re-
celtit ol 76 cents.
POTASH.
. A pore concentrated alh&li, dwiibls the strenirth of
common potasu. bumpie sent I roe ou receipt oi 'Hi uapa.
THE PROPRIETOK will nn ounce ef
Sold lor pvery ounce ol impurities lound la
Uuy ol tuese prettarntloos.
2Por Sale by all Dealers.
CORBETT
K It WW
J 1
'I 1 s
i.i art..
FIVE CENTS WORTH
la sufficient for a washing of three to four
dozen pieces, and with one-third the time and
, labor, since, by soaking clothes with a solution
of it, very little rubbing Is required.
THE CHEAPEST $OAPJN THE WORLD.
ASK YOUR GItQCER.
CORBETT,. BOYNTON & CO.,
FYLE'S
-.-At
MEDICAL
S. 0, DUNBAR'S
FLUID
Snperior to any English or American. ADIPLO
MA was awarded to this Magnesia, by the American
Institute in 18&3.
This very useful and elegant preparation i9 need
as an aperient untie acid in dyspepsia complaiuts
nueiiaeu wun uciuuv witn veiy great bmeflt. It
has the advantage over common Macrnesia. in belue
dissolved, and therefore not being liable to accu
mulate in the bowels. It is decidedly superior to
Carbonate of Soda or Potash, ou account of its
aperient Quality.
in:s somnon ot Magnesia is round particularly
Dencnciui as a pleasing sedative ana aperient, in an
cases of irritation, or acidity of the stomach, febtlle
complaints, infanti'e disorders, or sea-sickness.
au ounceortwo of this solution srjeeuuv removes
neariDara, acrii ernctations ana sourness, or irreg
ular digestion.
The solution Is of itself an aperient, bnt Its laxa
tive properties can be much augmented by taking
wun it , or directly alter u, a nine union juice, mix
ed with sugar and water, or even with cream oi tar
tar; in this manner a very agreeable effervescent
draught can be eufcly taken at any time during
fever or thirst.
The antisceptic dualities of this iolntion, owln t
to the presence of so much carbonic acid, have been
found very valuable in putrid and other fever, as
a lotion for the mouth, it sweetens the breath, aud
the Mntrnesla cleans the teeth from tartar.
The solution has almost invariably succeeded in
removing tits, spasms and headaches to which deli-'
rate persons are subject Irom acias ana crnuiues oi
the stomach ana bowels.
he attention of the nuh'ic !s oar icularlv direct
ed to the following certificates of physicians and
other persons who have used tie Magnesia:
NEW HAVEN, te. VI, lWi'J.
SODcnbar, Esq Dear Sir: I most cheerfully
accord my testimony In favor ot your "Fluid Mag
nesia." I have never found anything so pleasant
ana ettenuai lor correcting aciuity oi the womacn
and curying headache arising therefrom. It Is re
sorted to by several members of my farui'y when
ever suffetl.ig as above, and always with great sat-
isjucuon aiuiiustaniaueuus reuei.
onrs truly, John A. LSlakb.
The subscriber having used the above article in
his family for some years, is happy to endorse the
testimony oi Mr. make In its ravor.
Hartford, Conn. Kav. John Orcutt.
Providknck. Nov. ti, 1S4S.
Mr O. S. riNBAR, D.ar Sir: 1 am happy to
hear ttiat your prepraiion of fluid Magnesia is
coming into general n-e. While it is more econom
ical than other preparations of Fluid Magnesia, I
nave louna it vastly more emclent. aua not otiiy an
antiseptic and anti ocid nron the stomach, but a
very considerable tonic, li is a beauliint meaicme
for the bowel derangement which so often atlliets
yonng children, and for females of debilitated and
sour stomachs, particularly those enciente, it is
invaluable. Being a scientific preparation and
open to the profession, it needs only an acquaint
ance to become with Uiem a favorite medicine.
VVm. Gkosvenor, M. D.
S. O. Dvnbau. Dear Sir: I have been some time
in the habit of prescribing the Fluid Magnesia pre
pared by you and I prefer it to the Kng lsh prepara
tion on account of its cheapness and its superior
laxative qualities. Kespectfnlly y. ure, &c.
31. . 1 KBBT, ai. V.
W OMEN!
TJ SjE
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Vegetable Compound
TIIH fcCUE Ct RE KOB
PROLAPSUS UTERI,
AXD
All Female Complaints !
A Remedy tliftt Is rapidly taking the placed all
other Preparations for the
Cure of all Femalo Weaknesses I j
This Compound, which 's purely vegetable, he
entirely cured the nioH stubborn cases thst have
banlert tne skill ol our bes-t pnywicians, ana ihons
mids of persons who were considered as incurable
before this remedy was discovered huva been re
stated ;o perfect health by Its use.
Worth $1,000 in a Single Case.
Buw-iNUToN, 'T , Dec. 15th,
Hiss. Lydia E. Pinkjam:--H Is with iiliaure
that we are sble to say that in every Case reported
to ns otir Yf..ITa jLc'ompoi'nd lias i;iveii uni
versal satisfaot on. inn gentleman told ns to-day
that It hail dc ce hit wife a thonsind dollars worth
of good, as he exoressea it. Our customers with
out a single exception, speak of it in the highest
terms of praise. Vo are at liberty lo make use of
this m auvtrilt-ing u vou choose, lours very re
Rnectfnllv. 11. 15. gTKAKKS CO., Drnsnfists.
tKTtie rampniet "Uuide to w omen" w;ll be
sent free to anr address hy enclosini; stamp to
L1U1A h.. l'l.M.UA..M, LTDll, A1UE8.
Lydia E.
Vegetable Compound
Is sold by all Brugirisls at 1 nor bottle. Whole
sale Agents George C Goodwin & Co., No. 88
Hanover street, and Carter, llatri v Uawley. No.
3SB Wash!ngte street. Boston.
LIVES BSaULATOB
AN ADDRESS TO THE SICK,
Do you want lo pnnfy the system r
Do you want to get rid of biliousness?
Do yon want something to strengthen you?
Do yon want a good appetite?
Do you want to get rid of nervousness?
Do you want pood digestion 1
Do you v.ant to sleep well?
Do yon want to bnild up your constitution?
Do you want a brisk and vigorous feeling?
U yon do.
TAKE
LIVER
EEGULATOR,
J. H. ZBILIJST & CO.,
Sole Proprietors, Simmons' Liycr Regulators, Phlla
THS PAVOEirE
Home Remedy
- T wnrrniitfil nt f run
mu a bikic purin ic oi
Mercury or any injuri
ous mineral substance,
but is PUKELY VEG
KTABLJfi, containiufr
those Southern Roots &
Herbs, which an All
Wise Providence iias
placed in countiies
where Liver Lisease most prevail. It will enre all
dittiasea caused by derangement of the Liver arid
Bt yels, Kegulate the Liver and prevent
Cliills and. Fever
SIMMONS' L1VEB EEQULATOR
Is eminently a Family Medicine ; and by being kept
reaoy for immediate resort will save mauy an hour
of suffering and many a dollar in time and doctor's
bills.
After over Forty Tears' trial it is still receiving
the most unqualified testimonials to its virtnes
from persons of the highest character and respousi
b'llty. Uniineht physicians commend it as the moat
EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC
FOR ICONSTIPATION. HEADACHE, PAIN IN
THB SHOULDKKS.DIZZkNKSS.SOUli 8TOMACH,
BAD TASTE IN THE MOUTH. B1UOUS
A I TACKS, PALPITA1ION OF THE HEART.
PAIN IN THE RGION OF THE KIDNEYS.
DESPONDENCY, OLOOM AND FOREBODING
OFiVIL. ALL OF WHICH ARE THE .OFF
PRING OF A DISEASED L1VKH,
COLIC m CKILOBEN
For children coroplaning of
colic, headache, or sick stomach,
a teaspoonfnl or more will give
relief. Children. as well as adults
eat sometimes too much supper
or something which does not di
gest well producing sour stom
ach, heartburn, or restlessness; a
good dose of L'ver Regulator
wil give relief. This applies to
pertons of all ages. It is the
cheapest, purest and best Family
Medicinetin the world I
IT HAS NO EQUAL
Thousands lead 'miserable lives, suffering from
dyspt-psia a disordered stomach and liver, pro
ducing biliousness, heartburn, costivcnci-s, weak
ness, regular appetite, low spirits, raising food
after eating, and oflen ending in fatal attacks of
fever. Thev know they are sick, yet get little
svmpathy. "The unfailing remedy to prevent these
a'fflictious and restore health is Simom' imteb
Keuilatob.
" MANOTACTCBED OK. BT
J. HZEIXIN & COM
PHILADELPHIA, PA.,
Price, 1. "Boibj.'fcUPSEit. ,
MAG-N-ES A
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9S
Manufacturers
fsS
r from coiii.
SECURED ONLY-by
METALLIC BURIAL CASES
'ttA3sw&OK& suras
Grand Medal at Centennial.
c -sr?
Standard Fieri?:
Standard Grinding kilL -
P.ir t 1 nctnri wet or dry.
Scourer. Grinder and i
v leet ion by 4 iet tueo.
Rom with belt 4 tnchef wide
Built of bar? ttone and iron.
For heavy or VyfrX power.
Capacity of 2u inch stones.
Equal to anv larger site.
Thickest French bnrr stones.
Double dischanre spouts.
Adiustable babbitt boxes.
r lonn 3 to 6 biuheli tier hour.
Hai double ventilating bolter.
For floor, middlings and bran.
Give every one his own ttrit.
Makes tne nest nonr and yield.
mm a reiuwje nour.nr mm.
Solid telf-adjBstinr bum.
Centennial JndeeB arard medal on YTTthese vort-
mote, vrrtKxi mttm jor ttounuy ana ffooa vdotkiiiuu.-
mmpt economy ana atiapiaoittiy.fir
KPWAKP HARRISON, NEW HAVEN, CO..
CHICAGO
WHIP SOCKET MANUFACTORY.
Thb Peerless
The Gem.
Patent A'lowod.
Patent Allowed.
B. A fu'J line of f amnios sent by exprees
on receipt of $3.55, with privilege of returning by I
paying cxptess cnarges Doth ways.
The Luxury."
FOLDHTSTGr
MBTALIC MM LED!
UXEO.UALLED FOR
Comfort, Durability and Cieanlircss.
Also the 'Domestic." 8 Kow Spring Bed.
II. REEVES & CO.,
3ns Statu Mrevt
CHICAGO.
62 Bowery,
NKW YORK
Send for price list
Centennial Exhibition Prize Medal Awarded.
Eagle Anvil Works!
Established 1S43.
Made at the oldest Anyil manufactory in this
country. All English Anvils, altera time, become
noi iou lag on the face by continued hammering in
use, on account of the fibrous nature of the wrought
iron causiDtr n to --settle," uncer tne steel.
But the body of the Kagle Anvil being of cryS'
talhzed iron, such settling cannot occur; and the
steel face therefore remains perfectly true. Also,
it has the great advantage, that being cf a more
solid material, and, conseqnentlv. With less re
bound, the piece forged receives the FULL effect
ol the hammer, instead of a part of it being wasted
uy tne reoonnd, 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
wmngm iron Anvil wnicn is more elastic.
The working surface is in one piece of .Ttssop's
et l oot. v;ast STHU- accurately cround. hard
ened and given the proper temper for the heav'
wotk. i ne horn ltl tough untempered stee!
The cast steel surface is warranted to be
onghly welded p,nd not to come off.
PRICE LIST. Ocrnnau 1st, 1S7C.
Anvils weighing 100 !bs. to 800 lbs. cts per a.
smaller Anvils, t "Jimims.") lrotn fi.To to f S each.
Dooley's Patent Combination
TOE-CALKS.
Pat up in boxes containing S5 fts, each.
These Toe-Calks are made from Steel converted
from carefully selected brands of Norway and
Swedes Ir,m by a special process which ensures the
utmost case in welding, together with th greatest
durability in wear. .
For sale by all iron, steel and hardware dealers
throughout New England Manufactured solely
" v;. r. iinvv iuk. B uo.,
8(0 Dorchester Ave., South Bo ton, Maes.
GOLD MEDAL
NonEstensiblo
1
Patented July 88, 1871. Reissued May 18
1873, and June 9th, 1874.
n this strap the liability of the leather to
stretch and become loose and porous is pre
vented by ii patent non-extensible base,
which supports the leather and secure
PERMANENT ELASTICITY. We make
this style with a single rod, double rods, and
wood frames, and ixtetid that ii shall, m qual
ity, compare favoraWy with onr other well
known brands.
EENJ. P, BAD3ES & SON,
Manufacturers,
BADGER PLACE,
CHAJEST0WS,......,..,...,....MASa.
Bolter.
O I I raj .i IS. A 1
if Jj MMl
If W ' f.Vi 1
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Timwl.. 1
RMQR BELT
MISFIT
English Brussels, Three Ply and
Velvet Rugs, Crumb Cloths, Oil Cloths,
112 FULTON STREET, -
Carpets carefully packed and sent to
Send for Price List.
s
For the I.nnmlry or Toilet it EQPAI. to Whits Custile Soap, for it is made of PI' RE VF,G.
KTIBU! OIliK, nml l-v the exiue process, which retain all the naturnl healing qnalitiea of il...
oils. It cost h .SO MUCH LEMM than the imported article that it la rapidly coming into Kenerul
household tine. The nse of Oolobrd Soapa is condemned by Fhysiciana as liable to produce .Km
disease. The PURITY ot the White Hoap render Ita uae perfectly barmlna, MaJe
ouly by Pkocikb & uamule, (Jlnciuuati. ISold by all wholesale and retail grocer.
PURCHASING AGENCY.
Qenejal
121 DEARBORN ST.,
Make purchases of all descriptions of Merchandise
txuenee 10 lue purenaser.
REFERENCES;
H. K. IOWE, Assistant Cashier Merchant's Savings Loan and Trust Co Chk a?n
O. P. UPTON, Associate Editor "Tribune" .. '
U. B. KANE & CO., Manufacturers of Printlnp Ink
B. SCAERMERMOKN, Ass't Agent U. S. Express Co
WM. DOWD. President Bauk of North America, 44 Wall st.:.... Nw v.,.
COOKE & COLTON, Bankers and Brokers, 40 Broad
Subscriptions received for ail Papers, Periodicals
Correspondence soticltea on any point pertaining
C3r 23 IS N B R 9
IMP.EOYED
For Chnrchrs, Lodge Rooms and Public
SETTEES AND
Manufacturers
PERFORATED, VENEER
No. 30 Pearl Street, -
ti?i:al lilies
Manufacturer of
ARTIFICIAL LIMBS.
Office for the Northwest of Dr. Blv'e Celebrated
Patent Limbs, as the following will show: "
Rochester, N. Y., Sept. 1. 1874.
Robert Batt, Kso... Milwaukee, Wis.
Dear Sir: iou are the only party authorized to
make my Patent LegB in the northwest, there be
ing no one in Chicago authorized to manufacture
any of my &teuta. Yours Jfc,
- tJlV. DLl,
Blv's Limbs manufactured oc Government orders.
Apparatus for Shortened Limbs and all Dcforniit
ties. For particulars address
ROBERT BATY.
105 Wisconsin Street Milwaukee Wis.
HAR LYE.
hair dye.
BATCH ELOIt'S CELEBRATED HAIR DYB.
best in the world. The inventor has used this
I splended Hair Dve for 37 years with benefit to the
hair, and no injury to his health : proof that It is
the only true and perfeet Dye, Harmless, reliable.
instantaneous, no disappointment; no ridiculous
tints; remedies the ill eilecU of bad dyes; leave
the bair soft and beautiful Black or Brown. Sold
and properly applied at BATCULOR'S Wig Fac
tory. 2o. 10 Bond street, U. Y, Sold by all drug.
gists.
MOSQUITO BITES, VEGETABLE POISDSS.
Ring-Worm, Burn. Chilblaina. Itching of the Head
and all Eruptions of the Skin, Face or Body imme
diately cured by Batchelor't Curative Ointment.
Sold wholesale and retail at Factory, No. 16 Bond
street, and by all druggists.
ff. 4, BaTCHELBB'S AUSKA SEAL OIL '
for the Hair. The Best Hair O'lin.use
BEAUTIFUL TEETH ! WHITE AS PEARLS I
Sound, neulthy Gums, Breath Fragrant as the Rose
secured by using W. A. Batchelsr's Dentifrice. Sold
wholesale and retail at Factory, No. lli Bond street.
N. Y. and by all druggists. .
I BATCHELSR'S NEW CCfKET!0OE
Black or En wn for tintine the Ha.
Whiskers or Mustachois without greasing them.
bold wnuiesaie and retail at factory, lb uond bt.
New York, and by all druggists. Ask for them.
ENGBAVING
j. j.iw .,M.ipj.iiua, IM I, .J
EDUCATIONAL.
Special Advantages.!
I. Klubt eminent Professors as Instructors.
The Best and most Elegant Rooms in the West.
I 1 Boarding Club. Good board $1.50 to t a week'
. Three first class Penmen constantly employed
! i. Superior iudivldual instruction in Book-keeping.
Commercial Law. Invtluable to business men.
r. Comaierclal Arithmetic, thorough and practical.
. I'nentialed advantages for learning Telegraphy,
rrholarshipa good In Forty Colleges.
0. These advantages are possessed by no othe
Scho3l. Address
MONTAGUE & LILLTBRIDGE
Davenport, Iowa
typipaae state where von saw this card.
STOVE POLISH.
Phoeuix Manuf 'ing Co.,
TATJNTQN, r JilASS,
, Manufacturers of the Celebrated
FHBP0L1
AnJ article excelling in Labor having and Dura
bility for ub on Stoves, Ranges, Grates, 4c.
also
JCrucibles of all Sizes!
mm
CARPETS.
Ingrain, also, Stair Carpets
etc., very cheap at the Old Place '
- - NEW YORK
any part of the U. S. free of charge.
J. A. BEND ALL
. ... t
SOAP.
Purchasing Agent !
CHICAGO, ILL.
for Merchants and others at lowest prices, witboo
st
and Books at Publishers' rates.
io tne uuBiness. state wnere you saw tln adv.
SEATING
Halls.
The most elegant and serviceable-
CUAIRSrfiow In use.
and Patentees of
SEATS AND CHAIRS, &c.
- - - New York.
nctsiE.
BINGHAM HOUSE,
Eleventh and Market Streets,
PHILADELPHIA PA.
First & 3nd Floors, $3.00 per day; 3rd & 4tU
Floors $3,60 per day.
Ccbus Davis, Proprietor.
PEOEIri HOUSE,
East corner Public Square,
PEORIA , JLU.
Chas, A. Dbakk, Proprietor,
Rates reduced to $2 Ot ; ti 50; $3 00 per day.
AMERICAN HOTEL
ChestL at Street, opposite Independence Hall,
PHILADELPHIA i .'. ft
S. M. HET7LINGS, Proprietor.
Dally Abqcs kept on file.
Chas. Rksniir, Clerks Ben. V. Swopj
J. U. Berrt, Book-keepi r.
WALNUT ST., HOUSE
Walnut Street, Bet 6th and 7th Streets,
CINCINNATI, OHIO
diwly C. 8. GREEN, Proprietor.
BAENUM'S HOTEL,
ST. LOUIS, M0
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 stauding will be fully snaiji
tajned In every particular.
L. A. PRATT, Proprietor
FREN CH'S HOTEL,
ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN,
Opposite City Hall, Fark, Court House, and New
Post Office.
NEW YORK,
AU Modern Improvements, including Elevator
Rooms, $1 per day and upwarde.
T. J. FRENCH & BROS,, Proprietor..
NEWHALL HOUSE
MILWAUKEE, wis
J. F. ANTISDEL Proprietor,
The present proprietors of this Itlegant Dote
have spared neither money or pains in f arniuhicg
and improving the house; and with the improveo
OUs Elevator, recently put In It Cannot be excelled
for convenience and comfort to the traveling public
COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL,
Comer ot Chambers Street, and West Broadway,
NEW YORK.
ON THE EUROPEAN PLA.
Flrst-classaccommodatloastor4viaguesls. ha
ted conveniently 6 business and places of amuse
raenjjs. Cars from all deppts pass the door. Kooms
from $1 to 5 per day. Newlyand handsomely fur
nished and decorated.
' N. 4 S.J. HUGGISS. Proprietors.
N. Huggina, formerly of Manba ten Hotel. 8. J.
Hugging, formerly ot Lovejoy's Hotel,
HOTEL DOVENSHIRE.
Opposite Grand Central Depot, on 41st and 4-'d Sw.
ibet. 4th and 5th Avenues, Mew York.
Thk IIotkl Devonshire is a new first clasn Ho
tel, elegantly furnished and well ventilated, livery
room U bright and cheerinl. The hotel is a modrru
structure, built expressly for a first-class hoii-cawi
has every modern improvement. It is conducted
ou the European Plan, at moderate charjM
Persons visiting the city will save carri-sre hire a4
secure the- best accommodations for the smalieei
post,' by stopping at the Hotel Devopslre.
ASHLAND HOUSE,
Fourth Ave. Ctr. 4th St.,
New York City.
AT. .'4
Ameriean. anctSEuropean Plan.
The central location oTthe "Ashland" m&k "
a very desirable place for strangers, being oa
block from Madison Park, also Broadway. od omj
a short distance from any of the principal P'ce"
of amusement, " - rfh
By taking either 83d St., cross town, or Fonrto
Avenue Street Cars, access may be had direct irou
the door, to any part of the city.
MR. EDWARD A. JOHNSON,
will be found In charge of the office, where heM
presided for eight years, and will not fail B
satisfaction to guests. , ngT
Room and Boabd-$2,00, $2,50 and $3 per vi3
' Rooms fl per liaj and Upwards; .
r H.H. JJBOCKWAT, Pwyntr
5! -8 es(Mf Jfe"

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