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SOAP 4 liarafacttirers SOAP. ...xunroxs. llonlaj, Jans 1L 1877 Who Does It Hart? The OrJiotnoo Bureau at Washington annnuncef that work will be sasDortdetl at the national armories, after the close of the current fiscal year on the 30th instant, in consequence of the failure of appropria tion for them. New York World. An examination of the appropriation bill shows that money was appropriated for the armories. That this order is given by Mr. McCrary, secretary of war, for no other rea son than to give the Kepublioans a chance to make capital with the fire hundred men employed in the armories, is doubtless a fact The extraordinary spectacle is thas" presented of the same department assuming to support the army for six months, in defiance of a positive statute. and by illegal issues of paper credits called "certified vouchers," and closing the armo ries, for alleged want of money, the appro priation for both being regularly contained in the same bill. The administration did not hesitate to tramnle the law under foot in order to maintain the army up to the highest figure, with a view to use it in developing Hayes's southern policy. But of course the ad ministration does not need the goodwill of the workingmen and does need the army There are workmen in this city who were induced to vote the Republican ticket four years ago under the promise of steady work all winter. Did they cet it? Last fall the plea wai, vote for the Republican candidate for congress, if you want libera: appropriations fur the island, which means rlcntv of work. Have thev had it? It takes a long while for some classes to un deratand a thing, even after they have had it repeatedly beaten into them. The Hod in the Schools. It seems to us that the question as t whether corporal punishment shall be al lowed in the public schools admits of a simple answer. A school is a little mon archy in which there will always be some unruly subjects, and authority over them must be given to the teacher, with power to maintain if. No scholar can remain in a school who is not subject to the teacher in all matters affecting school discipline and as the time may come when obedience can only be enforced with the rod, the teacher should have' the right to use the rod or expel the rebellious pupiL Which course he shall take should be settled be forehand between the parents of each scholar and himself. As a general rule those children whom their parents esteem too tender and precious for beating will have grown so accustomed to the rule of kindness at hone that they will not be apt to come into open conflict with the teacher, and if they do they should be sent to their parents to learn how to behave themselves so as to deserve immunity from the rod. Children whose fpther and mother are ready and willing to intrust them to the teacher with the injunction to flog them if they do not obey the rules are generally well used to the birch, and are apt to put their preceptor to the frequent exercise of his authority. At best corporal punish ment is a harsh and brutal remedy for bad behavior, and those families, schools and communities in which it is seldom or never used are the happiest and the best discip lined. Until it ceases altogether in fami lies it is idle to expect it to be laid aside altocetncr in scholars and alter there no further necessity for it in schools, socie ty may get along without it. The parents have but few children to manage; they control them from infancy and have every claim to their respect and love. When they can secure perfect obedience in their family circle, silence at will, and industry for five hours in the day without the use of the rod, they will supply material to a school which no teacher will need to whip into shape, and on which they should not allow any one to lay a hand save in the way of kindness. When they have brought up boys and girls who are impu dent, idle acd disobedient, and when they can only maintain the peace of their houne hold by the constant infliction of punish went, they must not expect that a teacher can rule the children whom they have spoiled without resorting at times to the methods which they have abused. Such parents must grant more than usual au thority over their unruly children, and to refuse to allow a teacher to punish them would be to introduce anarchy into the school. For such parents the remedy of expulsion applied to their children would be a source of never ending torment, as they would always have their boys and girls coming home to them like bud com A bad school, like a bad family, is known by the amount of flogging in it. In pro portion as the rod is unknown perfection of discipline may bo inferred, and good order is the main requisite for rapid pro gress in knowledge. A teacher v ho has to spend tho most of his time in beatiog boys is soon good for nothing else, as he loses the temper and haVits of an instruct or. Such a person ought to be put out of a school at once, since he will be violent and inefficient whether the .rod be taken away from him or not. Uy selecting men and women possessed of the natural tact, dignity aud force of character required to impress and control a number of children of every sort brought together in one enormous family, the school commission ers will do more to abolish corporal puo ishment than by passing a hundred rules prohibiting it. Such teachers will be able to get along without using the rod, and the , sentiment of our times will insist upon having such teachers, since the old days of education by rulers, canes, leather straps and raw hides belong to the era when they flogged sailors in tho navy and considered Solomon literally the wisest man that ever lived. The steam street cars in Paris are re, ported to be unqualifiedly successful ahhough they run along the grandest boulevard in the city, and through some of the busiest streets, turning sharp an gles pod climbing and descending per ceptible grades. The engines draw crowded cars from the Arc de Tricmphe to tho Rastile, a distance of seven miles, at a speed of eight miles au hour, and no one has yet been hurt, nor are horses frightened by the sight of the engines. The latter are like the dummies on Mar ket Rtreet, Philadelphia, noiseless and smokeless, and steam power is said to have proved much more economical than horse power. . . At the meeting of the Ohio Democratic Btato central committee, Senator Thtirman said , .- . ' ; Our Democratic house of congress passed a bill to reinonetize silver, and it would have passed the senate if Senator Sherman hadn't kept it in the pocket ot his committee. 1 don't know of half-a-dozen Democrats anywhere iu the country wno are opposed to the remduetization of me Buyer dollar that, I niight almost say, irai stealthily taken from the people. ROCX ISLASTD,. What aa Examination Into the Illinoii Soldiers' Orphans' Home Revealed. "Sntclal DUoatch to the Cincinnati Gazette. Bloomington, I1L, June 7. The new board of trustees appointed fcy the state for the management of the Soldiers Orphans1 home of Normal are busily en gaged in making an examination into the true condition ot anairs which nave ex isted at the home for several years past. The board has found out the fact that the state has for long time been swindled by those" desirous to keep the in stitution in existeoce, and that a very large proportion of the youth who are inmates are not orphans of Illinois soldiers who lost their lives during the rebellion. Untold extravagance is met with on all hands, not only in the management and treatment of the children, bet in the style and manner which has entered. Into the living of the officials of the .home. The institutien has been a sad disgrace to the state, and when the true condition 'of affairs is fully made known the people throughout the state will be more indignant than they are to day. Maggie h. W allace, who claims that sua wai led astray while an inmate, will pub lish a letter in which she will make some serious complaint against those who have had the care of the institution since its early organization. The "Policy of Necessity Grace Greenwood in the Kew York Times. Surely, Mr. Morton's pronunciamento is a sword which cuts both ways. The defense of a stern necesity robs the president's policy of the grace of brave generosity and the dignity of broad patriotism which are laimed lor it. lhat, perhaps, was a wise old coon who, recognizing in the hunter at the base of the tree on which he was perched the unerring marksman, Davy Crockett, called out, "Don t shoot, colonel I'll come down!" but no one would be likely to credit this animal with great magnanimity. He 6imply accepted the I inevitable and anticipated defeat by surrender. I do not differ with Mr. Mor ton in what he says of our good president, especially this declaration of faith: "idol not believe that president Hayes int to destroy the Republican party attempt the erection of a new one upon its ruins." If he made a change of base and took a new depaature, he expected good Republicans to follow where he dared to lead. Macaulay used to tell of an answer made to him by Lord Clarendon when he expressed curiosity as to the way in which the duke of Wellington could bring himself to recommend to the house of lords the Catholic relief bill. "Oh." said Clarendon, "it will be easy enough. He'll say, 'My lords, attention 1 Right about face ! March !' " and though our commander-in- cheif was not v elhngton, his word of com mand was about as simple and imperative. and bis men wheeled and marched wonder fully well, considering, how demoralized the entire Republican forces have become during tne last few years. lhe avely locust has made Us appear ance as Jar cast as Jersey this summer, and it begins to look as if the whole of this land was to be made subject to this terri ble pest. Bugologists have told us that only the states in the Mississippi valley and west of the Rocky mountains need fear the American locust, but telegrams from the east represent that Staten Island and New Jersey are fairly swarming with them already. A man will cary $400 ia his vest pocket, but a woman needs a morocco porta tu on naie as large as a flat, and too heavy to carry in a pocket, to escort a 50 cent scrip, a recipe for makioe jelly cake, and two Roiplcs of dress goods, Exchange. That's just what the women complain' of. The men never will divida and so the woman in com pt. lied to keep up appearan ccs on 50 cents, while a man requires as many dollars. Pittsburg Dispatch. Henry C. Dibble, attorney-general of Louisiana under the Kellopg regime, was arrested in New Orleans yesterday on an iodicment charging him with embeezlinff over twelve thousand dollars of the state funds. "One by one the roses fall." The opponents of silver ask: "Is it fair to pay debts in a metal worth less than 10 cents on the dollar?" To which ws reply: Is it fair to make us pay debts in a metal worth more than a 100 cents on the dollar? St. Louis Republican.. Ask yourself thess questions. Are you a despondent sufferer from Sick Headache, Habitual Costircness, Palpita tion of the Heart? Have you Dizziness of the Head? It your Nervous System Depressed? Does your Blood circulate bad'y ? Have you a Cough? Low spirits? Coming up of the food after eating? &c, &c. All of these and much more are the direct results of Dyspepsia, Liver Com plaint and Indigestion. Ubeen'b August Flower is now acknowledged by all Druggists to be a positive cure. 2,4(10,000 bottles were given away in the United States through Drugcists to the people as a trial. Two dose. will satisfy any person of its wonderful quality in curing all forms of Indigestion. Saniplo bottles 10 cts. Regular sizo,75 cts. Sold positively by all first-clss druggists in the United States, aid by T. H, Thomas, Rock Island. ' Nervoua Debility. A depressed, irritable state of mind; a weak, nervous, exhausted feeling; no en ergy or animation; confused head, weak memory, often with debilitating, involun tary discharges. The consequence of excesses, mental overwork and indiscre tions. This neevous debility finds a sovereigu cure in nujiriiBETs' homeo pathic specific, No. 28, It tones up the system, arrests discharges, dispels " the mental gloom and despondency, acd.rejuve iiates the entire system. It is perfectly harmless nod always efficient Price $5, for a package of five boxes and a large $2 vial of powder, which is important in old, serious cas-es; or $1 per single box. Sold by all druggists, or sent by mail on receipt of price. Address Humphrey'a Homeo pathio Medicine Co., No. 109 Fulton St., N. Y. PBT"See .arg tdrorxieemeut. Piles-Itching Piles. Positively cured also Blind aud Bleeding Piles, Fistula, Salt Rheum, and all dis eases of the Skin, by the use of ROSSMAN'S CURE. Itchinu Piles is generally preceded by a moisture like perspiration producing a very disagreeable and distressing itching, particularly at night, after getting warm in bed. No humbug as a trial will prove. For sale by all renpoctable druggists. ltossMAN & McKiNsriir, Hudsou, NX, Proprietors. Sent by mail for 50 cents. IF YOU HAVE A COUGH, Cold, Asthma, raising of Blood or any a- iecuons oi tne iireaat or JUungs, leadi i ; to iousumpuon, use DR. HOUSEMAN'S GERMAN COUGH DROPS, as prepared for over thirty ye&r by J. J. Davis(now deceased) and you v'J be 9ure to find relief. Address ROSSMAN & McKINSTRY, who have succeeded to the Proprietorship, and sold by all druggists and dealers in Medicines. For sale by all Druggists in Rock Inland. Sold by Avery & Tyler, Lafayettee, In diana. Fuller & Fuller, and VanSchaack, Stevenson & 'Reed, Chicago, wholesale ageuta. John P. Henry, Curfan & Co., Whole &le Agent, 8 Collet Place, fl. 1 SULPHUR SOAP. Thoroughly Cures Diseases of the Skin, baxutifies the complexion, prevents and Remedies Rheumatism and Gout, Heals Sores and Abrasions of the Cuticle and Counteracts Contagion. Tbie Kt.mrlarrl External Hemedv for Erur. tions, Sores and Injuries of the Skm, 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 PLIANT, and being a WHOLESOME BEAUT1FIER is far preferable to any cosmetic All the remedial advantages of Sul, rHUR Baths are insured by the use of Glenn's Snlohur Soart. which in addi tion to its purifying effects, remedies and pre vents kheumatism and (JouT. 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. Physicians speak of it in high terms. Prices 25 and 50 Cents Per Cake; Per vox (J Uakes), OVc. and $1.20. N E. Sent by Mail, Prepaid, -on receipt of price, and 5 cents extra for each Cake. " niLL'S HAIE AND WHISKER DYE," Black or Brown, 50 Cents. NATTVWNi Prnn'r TXiTthir H T v ' r ' ....t... TERRY'S SALICYLIC for r on hi ant nse In the family. Absolutely pura and the most agreeable to Due. and has the additional advantage of being impregnated with the greatest known antl-scptlc and disinfectant Salicylic acid. Its Daily nee prevents contracion ot contagirus diseases and the baneful effects of sewer gas, mias matic and malsrial exhalations. It is a special noon to School Children who are constantly exposed and to infanta. Prevents contrac Jon of skin diseases. Keeps the Skin Soft and W hite and Prevents ChuDnin!?. Indorsed br the medical profession Most economical. 20 cents a cake; 3 cukes for 50 cents. Sample cake sent postpaid fos 3 cents. For sala by Drupgists and Grocers. The Bsvbblt Co., Agents, Chicago. Is The Champion FOR "WASHING IN HARD OR SOFT WATER. No otier Scap in this country is sd serviceable to Housekeepers, and so veil worth their attention. Pyle's 0. E. Saleratus, Is ths genuine pure, healthy kind rnat every gcoa pasxry cook, iiceua, Try these JQuet wjticjs. Sold by Grocers Everywhere. HanfdtyJAS. PTLE.KewTcrk, BABBITT'S TOILET SOAP I Unrivaled for the toilet nnu bath. Ino artificial and (ier.et)tive odors 1 to cover common and deleterious Snieredients. Al- tt'r vearn of srien- Zjtuac experiment, the manufacturer or B. T. Babbitt's Beet Bosp has perfected and now offer to the public The Finest Toilet Saoo in the World. Only the purest ye ee table oils used in its niann facture. For Usa in the Nursery it has no EquaL Worth ten times iu cost to everv mother and fam ily in Chrlatendoia. Sample box. containing 8 cakes of 0 ozs. each, sent free to any address on receipt of 7a cents Address 1. T. BABBITT, New York Cty, tayFor sule by all Druggists si A Perfect Toilet Soap. First amone the requisites of the toilet is a eood article of Soap, but to procure it is not always an easy matter. Many of (be most nspenpive Soaps in the market are made from coarse and deleterious materiald, and their delicate colorms and fragrant perfume too often conceal the most repnlxive im purities. The disclosures recently made public regarding this u jret are positively startling, aud deserve serious ronsideration. Scented Soaps are now Known to oe cxiremvly objectionable, especial ly if applied to the head ; iujunutr the hair, irrita ung the scalp, and inducing severe headaches. The character of the ingredients may be inferred Irom the tutement of a gentlemen who makes the scent ing of Soaps his husiuess; he recently declared that perons engaged iu this employment were short lived ; from seven to ten yars being the longest penoa during woicn tue occupation coma Delol lowed. The difficulty of procuring a perfectly nure artl cie oi toilet coup is at last obviated, bowever. man kii u me enterprise ana caemicai skill of Mr. B. T. Babbitt, of New York, the world-renowned Soap Manufacturer, whose immense establishment ia by iar the greatest of the kind in the United oiau-s. i ue reuown oi Mr. BUimitt's various pro ductions has for many years been widely dieseni- inaiea, iut tuls latest success is the appropriate eiunu w iuo umueruuB victories aireaay aculevea After years f patient labor and scientific experi ment. Air. Babbitt has succeeded in perfecting tue composiiion of the fir est toilet soap ever intro duced. The principal ingredients are the purest vegetable oils; the manufacturing processes are entirely new ana original, ana tue result is simpjy anpara.leled in this department of industry. i."B. T. Babbitt's Toilet Soap" is the trade mark by which this elegant toilet 1 usury is designated and fur applications to the delicate skin of infants, children and ladies, it is altogether uuequaled in Its emollient properties. 'I bis Soap Is not perfumed, the ingredients being of Bucb absolute purity a to require no id from chemistry to disguise inferior materials. The most refined taste considers the absence of artificial perfume tbe perfection of sweetness, and this peculiar characteristic of B. T. Babbi't's Toilet Soap renders it the most healthful and agreeable article of tbe kjnd ever manufac tured. Though specially desirnble for the nse of ladle and children, this Soap ia equally appropriate for gentlemen's toilet, and a it makes a heavy lather It is Just beiut; placed npon tho market, but the demand for it will soon hecomu general. N. Y. xnoune. , B.T.BAB3ITT. New York Citv. CORBETT'S PYLE'S P) SW aMaT sacra "t ' i -v 1 "IL 4 FIVE CENTS WORTH If 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 itery litUe rubbing Is required.!:. , THE CHEAPEST SOAP IN THE WORLD. ASK YOUR GBOCZK. ' CORBETT, B0YNT0N; &:C0., - Jju. Si ft Jf Wrt T&Aisgia .CVtGisisnj; S. 5 0f DUNBAR'S FLTJD Superior to any English or American. A DIPLO MA was awarded to this Magnesia, by the American institute in isoa. This very useful and elegant preparation Is used as an aperient antic acid in dyspepsia complaints : attended with acidity with very great benefit, it has the aavautage over common Magnesia, in being dlssolyed.and therefore not being: liable to accu mulate in the Dowels. It Is decidedly superior to Carbonate of Soda or Potash, on account of its aperient quality. This 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 ounce or two of tnis solution speedily removes heartburn, acrid eructations and sourness, or irreg ular oigesuon. --,. The solution is or itself an aperient, but its iaxa tive properties can be much augmented by taking with it. or directly after it. a little lemon iuice. mix ed with sugar and water, or even with cream of tar tar; m una manner a very agreeanie enerrescent draught ,can be safely taken at any time' during fever or thirst. - The antisceptic qualities of this solution, owin t to the presence of so much carbonic acid, have been rouna very valuable in putria ana omer icvcr. as a lotion for the mouth, it sweetens the breath, and the Magnesia cleans the teeth from tartar. , The solution has almost invariably succeeded lu removing fits, spasms and headaches to which deli cate persons are subject from acids and crudities of the stomach ana bowels. ' he attention ot the nub'le Is particularly direct ed to the following certificates of physicians and o'.her persons who have nscd the Magnesia: jnew iiAviu. Feb. vi. iwoa. S O Dunbar, Esq. Dear Sir: I most cheerfully accord my testimony In favor ot your "Fluid Mag nesia." I have never found anything so pleasant and effectual for correcting acidity of the stomach and curving headache arising, therefrom. It is re sorted to by several members of my fami'y when ever suffering as above, and always with great sat isfaction anainstantaneons renei. - lours truly. JOHN A. hlake. The subscriber having used the above article in his family for some years, is happy to endorse the testimony oi Mr. isiaKe in its lavor. Uaruora, Conn. Iv. John oboutt. Pbovidbnce, No. 6, 184B. Ms O. S. Pun bar,!) jar Sir: I am happy to hear that your preparation of fluid Magnesia is earning int o general u.-c. While it is more econom ical tnan otner preparations ot inula magnesia, 1 have fonnd it vastly more efficient, aud not only an antiseptic and antl odd upon the stomach, but a very considerable tonic It is a beautiful medicine for the bowel derangement which so often afflicts young children, and for females of debilitated and sour stomachs, particularly those encicnte. It is invaluable. Being a scientific preparation and open to the profession. It needs only au acqnaint ance to become with them a favorite medicine. Wm. Gbosvenob, 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 I prefer it to the Eng ish prepara-1 tion on acconnt ox its cheapness and us superior laxative qualities. Respectfully y.'ura. &c. M. S. Pbkbt, M. D. HOW WONDERFUL is BHBUMATIC HUNT For Rheumatism it may be acute or chronic or mfiamatory rheumatism, Tic Doloreux, Toothache, ueaaacne, t-aracae, innammatton or tue Momacn, Bowels or Kidneys, Sprains, strains, Lame Back, Bruises, Neuralgia. Cramps. Burns. Scalds. Mos quito Bites, Stings of Poisonous insects, Chitbains, Deatne8, SutstroKes, boarnees and ruins in tne feet. Legs, Joints, etc , Lameness, Kwelling of the )5pecs. Feet, Legs, Frost Bites, Chapped Hands, etc. And in all cases where there is pain or dis tress, if applied over the part or part-, ill afford immediate relief. BEST INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL; REMEDY YET DISCOVERED. The best and the strongest Liniment in th world Prove it yourself by a trial. Orders with cash promptly filled. Price 50c and $1 per bottle. Great reduction of price to the wholesale trade. Agents watted in every citv and town. I his valuable tain destroying remedy shorn rt be in every fnujily. 'ifie timely use of this medictue has saved tbe people an immense amount of suffer ing and iaonunuB oi oouaia. its tmcscy as an m staiit relief Ifor pains of every description, has ba come thoroughly tested. It has proved a potent remedy for horses, curing those animals speedily of colic or boU. Hundreds of references could be given where these noble animals have been saved Dy tne timely uie oi uus preparation r Purchasers of the eelebiated medicine de- srriherl in this card u ill bu sure and not bo Put oft with infrrlor or nnKuown articles, if vou cannot find what yon dei-ire in one store, you will at anoth er near by. Take only the genuine. Price oniy 5Jc and $1 per bo. tie. Address all orders to A. 11. VOttURU, Chemist and Druggist, St. Louis, Mo. frice 50c and $1 per Bottle If not old by roar Druffirist or storekeeper, we Wi'l iorwaru uy express iu any i,u' ppe. U1LF UO.KN, HXtLf. IlALF D07.PW, URbf .110 75,000 BOTTLES gold in 1876 ofThis Xaniment. Testimonials. ST. CUAELK9, Mo. Vordick's Rheumatic Liniment is wonderful. I was laid up for 18 weeks; tried everything I was told ; doctors could do nothing for me, until I was told to try one bottleof Vordick's Celebrated Rheu- mat'C Liniment. t cured me, apd I must give it li tue praise, aiy iu.e iuu 'uug ii f-en juu ail here. Address me and enclose sump and I will tell you aii aoout it. lonrairuiy, GKO. J. BOENKCR. Prop, of Washington House, corner Clay and Sixth treetp, St. U buries, jno. St. Louis, Mo. It is a sura cure for Searalgia. Johi; Powers. St. Louis, Mo. It cured my back. I suffered a great deal. JOHNATHAN S. liUSOLPB, St. Charts. Mo. I sell it now. Geo, F. Boenker. I recomrrend 11 to everyone. It always helped in our family. - Jdss. r oksteb,. Six Mile Uouee, West St Lou'ia St Louis. Mo. I can recommend Vordick's Rheumatic Liniment. I never saw any Liniment to beat it. Yours truly, Daniel Prince. St. Chaules, Mo. I recommend it to everyone for the above com plaints. This Liniment has done great wonders Yours turly. Frbp H At khan. ST. l.ouis. Mo. I can recommend Vordick's Rtcumatlc Liniment as one f the greatest Linimenta the world can pro dnce, I had a very sore hand, sprained while catching a ily ball. Yours truly, John Dolaj Catcher of Red Stockings Base Ball Club St. Louis, Mo. I always keep Vordick's Celebrated Rheumatic Liiiiiuei.l.in tbti houce. It is a good remedy for all it cla ms above. u U uatheb, St. Louis Four-Mile House. I recommend it to all afflicted. It is a friend in the bouse, Yours truly, Sith Chapman, Washington. Mo. It ia a great Liniment for all paln. It makes nc dlti'erenud where you have a pain, it will cure it. Yorfrs frnjjj IIinbt Rows. Califobnia. Mo. It ts a great remedy fof Rheumatism" anil Neu ralgia. I say ft will cure every case. I am yours, Joan Howard. WeXTZVlLLE, Mo. I sell Vordick's Rheumatic Liniment in my store. Thev all praise it every day wien they come to me for it. Yours, .Usmbt W'sdsukiiifbr. Thousands more of testimonials, but space does not allow more. HAH EYE. HAIE DYE. - BATCH ELOH'S CELEBRATED HAIR DYE best in the world. Tbe inventor has used this splended Hair Dve for 37 years with benefit to tbe hair, and no Injury to his health; proof that it ia the only true and perfect Dye, Harmless, reliable, instantaneous. No disappointment; no ridiculous tinto; remedies the ill et'.eet of bad dyes; leaves the bair soft and beautiful Black or Brown Sold and properly applied at BATCH LOR'8 Wig Fac tory, No. 10 Bond street, N. Y, Sold by all drug gists. frlQSQUITQ BITES, VEGETABLE PDISGKS, Ring-Worm. Born, Chilblains, Itching of tbe Head and all Eruptions of the Skin. Face or Body imme diately cured bf Batchelor's Curative Ointment. Sold wholesale and retail nt Factor v. No. 16 Bond street, and by all druggists. If. A. EHCBELOB'S ILASKA OIL for the Hair. The Best Hair OU in use BEAOTiFOL TEETH I WHITE AS PEARLS I Sound. Healthy Gums. Breath Fragrant as the Rose secured by using W. A. Batchelsr's Dentifrice. Sold wholesale and retail at Factory, jxo. ltt Bona street, M. x. ana tj an druggists. W.. i. BATCBELOB'S 1EW Black or Brv wn for tinting ths'Hs. Whiskers or Mustachois without greasing them. Sold wholesale and retail at factory. 1 Bond SL Sew York, tad by aU &xuista. Ask fur tbeis. - v-m -r w-WV TfTrVTn j-1&a."5;,-- 'NatA -uit'. CHICAGO - WHIP SOCKET MANUFACTORY. Tub Pekblbss, Tat Gkm. , w C S o a o a t a a "r " Was gi - Z s Sr 5 s Patent. Allowed. Patent Allowed. tSN. B. A fn'.l line of samples sent bv exorees on receipt of f 3.25, with privilege of returning by I paying express cnarges notn ways. FOLDING rimiTrn rmmp UNEQUALLED FOR Comfort, Ltirability aaa CleanUtess. Also the "Domestic," 8 Row Spring Bed. H, REEVES & CO.. 308 State Street ...CHICAGO. 63 Bowery .Nh.W YORK Sena lor price list Centennial Exhibition Prize Medal Awarded. Eagle Anvil Works Kbtftblj..hed S43 Made at the oldest Anvil luanufaetory in this country, au jinBiisn Anvils, alter a time, become nollowing on tee face by continued hammering in use, on account of the fibrous nature of the wrought iron causing iv to -Betiie, uucer me steel. But the body of the Kagle Anvil being of crys- tallized iron, such settling cannot occur: and the steel face therefore remains perfectly true. Also, it nas tne gruet aavautage, tbat being ci a more solid material, anq, consequently, witn less re bound, the mece forged receives the FULL effect of the hammer, instead of a part of it being wasted wj iu" iwuhu, as wiiu a wrougui iron aiivu. More work can therefore be done on this Anvil with a hammer one-fifth lighter than required for wrought iron Anvil which is more elastic. The working surface is in one piece of Jbsbop's uest xool vast otkki accurately ground, bara ened and given the proper temper for the beav wot K. l ce horn is ot tonh untempered steel The cast steel suusce is wa;rLited to be ouglily welded and not to come off. PRICE LIST, October 1st. 1876. Anvils weighing 100 lbs. to 800 ts. cte per ft. Smaller Anvils, ("Minims.") from $3.75 to $8 each. Dooley's Patent Combination TOE-CALKS. Put up in boxes containing 25 lbs, each. These Toe-CalkB are made from Steel converted from carefully selected brands of Norway and Swedes Iron by a special process which ensures the utmost ease in welding, togejher with thi greatest rilirahllitv in wo.- " s ' I For sale by all iron, steel and hardware dealers ' turougnout NewEugland. Manufactured solely "J . . JJAW Jn-JSl uu.. if!u Dprchester Ave,, Booth Button, Muss. GREEN'S PATENT SHIRT-BOSOM, 8TRETCH erand Ironiug Board. Most perfect, durabls and cheapest ironing-board in the world. Alway; ready for ne; Deer's no adjusting; Ccb any shirt- GREEN BROS., Manufacturers, 159 LaSalle Street, CHICAGO. ENGRAVING EDUCATIONAL. 89, Pi WW frti i. F ' Mi $ A.- I BED I ECSCH-STBETCEEB. JmJ Ml - iimi-Ii I 1 mmm i ismaahial I Special Advantages.": ; 1. Klght eminent Professors as Ihstructors. The Best and moat Elegant Rooms in the West. i Boarding Club. Good board $1.60 to $8 a week' I. Three first class Penmen constantly employed ). Superior individual inetructlpn )n Boik-kee)lng. J. Commercial Law. Invaluable to business men. Commercial Arithmetic, thorough and practical. i. luequaled advantages for learning Telegraphy, Scholarships good in Forty ColleKes. t. These advantages are possessed by no Othe BchoaL Address MONTAGUE 4s LILLIBBIDGE t Davenport, low , . iwTiease gute where too law this cud. For the Ijliindry or Toilet Is EQUAJL to White Cattile Soap, for it Is made of PURE TEG. KTABEiE OH.M, nd by the same process, which retains all the natural healing qualitivs of tho oils. It costs HO MUCH LESM than the imported article th&t it is rapidly coin lug into cenerl household use. The ne of Colobed Hoops ts condemned by Physicians as liable to produce akin dUeanes. The PURITY ot tl Wbite AVomp render la nae perfectly fcaraleaa. Ma do ouly by Pboctxb & Gamble, Cincinnati, bold ijr ail wholesale and retau grocers. MISFIT Enjjlish Brussels, Three Ply and Velvet Rugs, Crumb Cloths, OiL Cloths, 112 FULTON STREET, - Carrets carefully packed and sent to Send for Price List. ! Gr A. El. S3 IMP H O E D m III. i n - 1 fVsf;Os: ?rs ::-: 7) . " si - ' For Churches. Lodge Booms and Public Halls. The most elegant and serviceable - SETTEES AND CHAIRS now in use. Manufactarers and Patentees of - PERFORATED, VENEER No. 36 Pearl Street, - - - "WOMEN! U SfE LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S II X LI P J Vegetable bOITipOUOCl .' . THE STE CUBE FOR PROLAPSUS UTERI, AND All Female Complaints ! A Remedy that is rapidly taking the plane of all other Preparations for the Cure of all Female Weaknesses ! This Compound, which s purely vegetable, has entirely cured the most stubborn cases that have baffled the skill of our best physicians, and thous ands of persons who were considered as incurable before this remedy was discovered have been re etoied to perfect hgalth by its uss. Worth $1,000 in a Singh Case. Bckltnoton, Vt , Dec. 15th, 1876. Mrs. Ltdia E. Pinkha-- It is with Dleauire that we are able to say that in every case reported to us your Veoetabus Compound has given uni versal satisfaction. One gentleman told us to-day that it bad done his wife a thousand dollars worth of good, as Ije ejoressed it. Our customers with out a bingle exception, speak of it in the highest terms of praise. You are at liberty to make use of this in -advertising if you choose. Yours very re. spectf nlly. 11. B. STEA HNS & CO., Druggist. PsTTbe rampblet "Guide to Women" will be sent free to any address by enclosing stamp to LYDIA E. PINKHAM, Lynn, Mass. Lydia E. PinJiham's Vegetable Compound Is sold by all Dyn ggistg at f 1 per bpttle. Whole sale Agents George C. Goodwin t Co., No. Sd Hanover street, and Carter, Hairie Haw ley, No. S56 Washington street. Boston. LIVES REGULATOR AN ADDRESS TO THE SICK, Do you want to purify the system? Do you want to get rid of biliousness? Do you want something to strengthen you? Do you want a good appetite? Do you want to get rid of nervousness? Do Vou want good digestion ! Do you ?ailt t sleep well? ' Do you want to build up your constitution? Do you want a brisk and vigorous feeling? if you do, LIVER REGULATOR, J. H. EELUST & CO;, Sole Proprietors, Simitons' Liver Regulators, Phila THE PAVOEITE Home Remedy I8 warranted not to con. tain a single particle of Mercury or any injuri ous mineral substance, but is PURELY VEG ETABLE, containing those Southern Roots Kerbs, which an All Wise' Providence has placed in countries revs.il. It will cure all where Liver Disease most prevail. diseases caused by derangement of the Liver and eoweis, ueguiate the Liver ana prevent Chilly and JPeyer SIHMOjrS' LIVER BEayLATOB Is eminently a Family Medicine and by being kept ready for immediate resort will save many an hour of suffering and many a dollar in time and doctors ""IS. After over Fortv Years' trial it ia still recolvlno I the most unqualified testimonials to its virtues from person of the highest character and reeponsi W ! T' i a l. : . r a t . . . EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC FOBrK'ONSTiPATION, HEADACHE, PAIN IN THE SHQL'LDKHS,DIZZiNEJS8,SOUR STOMACH. BAD TASTE In TttK MOUTH. 'B1UOUS AITACK8. PALPITAIlON OF THE HKAHf PAfN IN TJIK EEQION OF THE EIDNEYS' RH &LOOM AND POKEBODING DDii ' ALL OF WHICH ARE THE OFF PK JN(i OF A DISEASED U VER? COLIQ JJT csitDspir For children cgmplanlng ef J colic, headache, or sick stoaiach, teaspoonful or more will giv relief. Children, as wall as adults i eat aometlmes too much supper or something which does not di Ifest well producing sour stom ach, heartburn, or restlessness; a tstoi dose of Liver Regulator . . wit give relief. This applies to persons of all ages. It is the v c'-ieapest, purest and best Family Mediciuejin the world 1 IT HAS NO EQUAL ; Thousands lead Imiseratle.llves, suffering from dyspepsia a disordered stomach sad liver, pro ducing biliousness, heartburn, coeUveaess, weak Bess, Irregular appetite, low spirits, raising food fm2' ?.d oftp endin Sn attacks of fever.- Theyknosy they are sick, yet getifttle yjnP'thr- The nnfalrlng remedy to prevent these v '' MaKcracTC&XD oiar BT : : J. H. ZEILIN & COM , . . PHILADELPHIA, PA- TAKE CARPETS t .-in Ingram, also, Stair Carpets, etc., very cheap at the CMd Place - - NEW YORK. any part of the U. S. free of cbarge. V J. A. BEND ALL, ZEt ' S S EA.TING- SEATS AND CHAIRS, kc. - - - ITew Tork. ABTIFICAL UMS3 Cp S0BEET BATY, I Manufacturer of Ji ARTIFICIAL; LIMBS. Office for the Northwest of Dr. Bly's Celebrated Patent Limbs, as tbe following will show : Rochistir. N. Y., Sept. 1, J874. Robert Batt, Ksq., Milwaukee, Wis. Deab Sir: You are the only party authorized to make my Patent Legs In the North west,-there be ing no one is Chicago authorised to manufacture any of my patents. Yours Ac, DR. ELY. Bly's Limbs manufactured ec Government orders. Apparatus for Shortened Limbs and allDcformti lies. For particulars address ROBERT BATT, 105 Wisconsin Street Milwaukee Wis. Hotels. BINGHAM HOUSE, EleveLth and Market Streets, PHILADELPHIA... PA. First & 2nd Floors, (3.00 per day; 3rd & 4th Floors $2,50 per day. Ccbxis Davts, Proprietor. PEOEla HOUSE, East corner Public Square, . PEORIA, ILLS. Cms. A. Dkani, Proprietor, Rates reduced to $2 Ot ; 50; $3 00 per day. AMERICAN HOTEL . Chestt. ll Street, opposite Independence Hall, PHILADELPHIA, ....PA " S. M. HEULINGS, Proprietor. Daily Abocs kept on file. Caas. Kismiik. tCIerks- Bkm. W. Swofb J. U. Bzbby, Book-keeper. WALNUT ST., HOUSE Walnut Street, Bet Cth and 7th Streets, CINCINNATI i OHIO dSwly C. S. GREES, Praprietflf.' B ABNUM 8 HOTEL, ST. LOUIS MO IN order to meet the wants of the transient pat rous of this Hotel, rates have been reduced to $a.5p and fj.00 per day, according to location oil rooms. Its eniinenf standing wjri- be fully inainl tained In every particular. ' L. A. PRATT, Proprietor FRENCH'S HOTEL, ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN, Opposite CJty Hall, Park. Court House, and Hem Post Office. mW NEW YORK. AH Modern Improvements, including Elevator Rooms, fl per day and upwards. - T. J. FRENCH & BROS,, Proprietors. NEWHALL HOUSE MILWAUKEE, WiB J. F. ANTISDEL Proprietor. - The present proprietors of this Elegant Bote have spared neither money or pains in furnishing and improving the house; and with tbe Improved Otis Elevator, recently put In It cannot be eicell3 for convenience and comfort to tbe traveling public COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL, Corner of Chambers Street, and West Broadway, NEW YORK. ON THE EUROPEAN PLAJJ. First-class accommodations for 400 guests. Loca ted conveniently to business and places of amuse ments. Cars from all depots pass the door. Rooms from 1 1 to $5 per day. NewJy and handsomely fur niahed and decorated. w tt . K-.3- J-HUGGISS. Proprietors. N. Huggins, formerly of Manh ten Hotel. rS. 3 flnggllK, formerly qf Loyejpy Hotel. HOTEL DOVENSHIRE. - Opposite Grand Central Depot, on 41st and 42d Sts. I bet. 4th and 5th Avenues, Aew York. Tbb Hotkl Dkvonsbibb ia a new first class Ho tel, elegantly furnished and well ventilated. Every room ia bright and cbeerlnl. The hotel is a modern structure, bailt expressly for a first -class houscand has every modem improvement. It is conducted pn the European Plan, at moderate charges Persons visiting the city will save carriage hire and aecnrw the best accommodations for the smallest cost, by stopping at the Hotel Devonshire. - " ASHLAND HOUSE, Fourth Ave. Ccr. 4th St., New York Citv. a tTT CTH fSfcl American andJEuropean Flan. bepentral location of the "Asljland" makes It very desirable place for strangers, being vdi block from Madison Park, also Broadway, and only a short distance from any of the principal places of amusement. By taking either 23d St.rcross town, or Fourth Avenae Street Cars, access may be had direct from the door, to any part of the city. MB. EDWARD A. JOHNSON, will be fonnd in charge of tbe office, where be bas presided for eight years, and will not fail to give satisfaction to guests. Room ako Boabo $2,00, $3,50 and $3 per Day Rooms tl per Lay and Upwards. H, H. BflpCKWAT, Proprietor