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FrIJay. Juno 15, 1877 Oram's Ovation. Suppose some one were to carefully read all the dispatches concerning the visit of Grant to our British cousins, and, at the same tirno, remember that previous to his departure and whilo en route all the newspaper correspondents in England were daily informed of the visit of our major general's uniform inflated with an ex-president, would not a different im pression bo conveyed from the ono in tended? lias it ever occurred to the reader of theso dispatches the reason Grant did not have time to go to Oxford 0f Vesuvius,' Vesuvint Firing Up. From tht Philadelphia Tress. Vesuvius has every appearance of firing up for another eruption, femoke is con stantly issuing from the crater, and oc- cassionally in immense voluaon, that over spread the atmosphere like a sable pall. The other day a dense black cloud that had gathered about the crater was sudden ly driver over 1 ompeu. Ashes and cin ders fell in a thick shower, and for a time it looked as if the midday darkness that attended the eruption which overwhelmed 1 ompeu and llerculaneum was to be re newed, and the partially disentombed city was to be buried up again. I thought of the fate of Diomed's family, smothered to death in the wine cellar, where they souzht refuee. When the cloud drifted over, the pavements of. Pompeii were cov ered with a thin layer of hot volcanic ashes and minute scoriae. I asked the director of the excavations if Pompeii tnieht not be covered up again. "That depends on tho duration of an eruption ho said, and Us character. .n.;,.n thnt II I I. that W99 IO DO O IUU1U 11 DIL'UH. 1UI III I'll lilt CU31C1I1 BIUU labile luu, ' . v. . " - " - I . . r , .. n T i . t, of the mountain, eject masses of scorire, contcrrea ou mm f dust mimt now muc ,carjj c, ashes, aud showers of boiling lujro ne would nave Known noout ciyu watCr .the eftect would be as disastrous as law to be dubbed Doctor Grant by such a in the 70th year of tho christian era, wheu nii-n llerculaneum was covered up by a strata 7.:.:D f.rHln JmWiona of pfvelcanic matter sixty feet deep, and """8' VJ"s,i " "v , I'ompeii and Stabia and other cities were the American newspaper correspondents ont0mbed beneath heaps of mud and vol- in Kneland. They know how to make a SOAP MEDICAL. Manufacturers SOAP. S. 0. DUNBAR'S FLUID 1 C Q I OLD-FASHIONED Square bar Soap is the most economical to use. Pressing and wrapping are of no possible benefit to Soap, but are done to make it look attractive and salable. Procter Gamble' Original Mottled German Soap is made of ltef Oil, the best material known for producing a hard, serviceable ami effective Soap. It is cut in one-pound bars, of convenient and economical shape, and Mot wrapped The style in which this Soap is cut and packed saves all useless expense, enabling us to sell a superior Soap at much less per pound than you are now paying for an inferior article. Every bar of the eenuini tt&mped "PKOCTEIi fc GAMBLE-MOTTLED GERMAN." Take no other. Sold everywhere major general's uniform play sycophant to obscure nobility. How does it happen that, with all this furor,our major general's uniform has not as yet seen tho queen. The newspaper correspondents must have overlooked this important item. Why haven't they arranged an interview with Beaconsfield or Earl Derby or some of the great lords and statesmen who lead tho politics or control tho wealth of England? These are unpardonable oversights on the part of thoso who have charge of our major general's uniform. came deposits. v esuvius is the most uncertain of volcanoes. Prior to A. D. 7G, it had slumbered for centuries. Since then it has been more or less active, with spasmodic intervals of tremendous fury and desolation. Pompeii is more than one half excavated, but much remains to be done before this old Greek city will again be entirely laid open to view within its walled circuit. "Try the Experiment." Of course our Republican friends are willing to "try the experiment." Ben Butler is willing to try it; Morton is wil ling; Blaine is willing.even if "sister-in-law'' is not. This is certainly a mild way of putting it. when they cannot help them selves. Even the acting "president, when he looks at a democratic congress refusing to pay the army to perpetuate illegal carpet-bag governments, and at a people fast changing the political complexion of the senate, is also willing to "try tho experiment." Under this state of affairs he is willing to confine himself to his consti tutional functions and apportion the meas ure of Federal interference in state affairs by the extent of his legitimate authority and not by what the old gang of Morton, Butler.Blaine and "sistcr-in-law'may think advantageous to the Republican party. This restoring to states their "entire politi cal freedom under the constitution" would bo an experiment, with congress and the senate overwhelmingly Republican, but with the present congress and the pros pects of the senate being democratic i two years, the caso is altogether different; and there are Borne so simple as to attributo great virtue to our acting president for being willing to "try the experiment." Circumstances very materially alter cases. The Associated Press, whose Washing ton agent is a sort of semi-otEcial organ of tho administration, announces, evidently by authority, that Mr. Hayes has recon sidered his former opinions in favor of uu exclusively gold currency.and now believes that tho legislation of 1873 which de monetized silver was a great mistake. He thinks the condition previous to 1873 should be restored, and the legal-tender character of tho silver dollar re-established. But while his financial ideas have thus been silver-plated, they are not yet so strongly developed as to convince him of the propriety of pressing the matter on congress. The political events of the summer and autumn may modify his opinions on this poiut. Should Ohio go strong for silver, it might become the solemn duty of tho president to demand tho rehabilitation of tho "dollar of 'our daddies." Otherwise he will perhaps con toot himself with something like Sher man's substitute for Bland's silver bill, offered at tho last session. The Sherman plan re-established silver as legal tender to the same extent as paper, but not lor the payment of customs and coin interest. No ono who has taken the trouble to follow the course of the evidence in the McGeo trial, just closed at Dixon, 111., will be surprised at the jury s verdict of guilty The sentence is rather more a matter for surprise, sinco the murder if, as the jury decides, it was a murder must have been most atrociously cold-blooded and delib erate, and utterly lacking in extenuating circumstances of any conceivable kind That such a crime should be visited with a sentence which will turn the criminal loose again upon the community in a few years, is passing strange, and justifies a susnicion that the prosecution failed lamen tably in impressing the hideous features of the murder upon the minds of the iurors. The only imaginable motive of the criminal was a desire to get rid of his wife in order that he might be free to marry a young girl of his congregation, a member of a wealthy family, in whom he seems to have exhibited a much stronger interest than was justified by the pastoral relation. The case will tend to increase the already large class of church-going people who think it advisabh to restrict the intercourse between their families and pastors to the barest formalities necessitated by meeting in public places. A spy who pretended to be a journalist has been caught and shot by the Russians at Piciesti. Or course the fellow s journal istic claims wero fraudulent. Everybody ! is supposed to know mat journalists are not tolerated within the lines of the Russian army, and that most ot the elaborate dispatches pretending to convey news from headquarters, have been manu factured in London garrets. GLENN'S SULPHUR SOAP. Thoroughly Cures Diseasks of the Skiv, Beautifies the Complexion-, Prevents and Remedies Rheumatism and Gout, Heals Sores and Abrasions of the Cuticle and Counteracts Contagion. This Standard External Remedy for Erup tions, Sores and Injuries of the Skin, not only removes from the Complexion all Flem ishes arising from local impurities of the Lloxl and obstruction of the pores, but also those produced by the sun and wind, such as tan and freckles. It renders the cuticle MAKVELOUSLY CLEAR, SMOOTH and PLIANT, and being- a wholesome EEAUT1FIER is far preferable to any cosmetic. fl.I. THE REMEDIAL ADVANTAGES OF SUL PHUR Baths are insured BY THE use oi- '0His Snlphur Soap, which in addi tion to its purifying effects, remedies and PRE VENTS Rheumatism and Gout. It also DISINFECTS CLOTHING and LINEN and PREVENTS DISEASES COMMUNICATED BY CONTACT with the PERSON. It dissolves Dandruff, prevents bald ness, and retards grayness of the hair. Physicians speak of it in high terms. Prices 25 and 50 Cents per Cake: per Box (3 Cakes), 60c. and $7.20. N 11. Sent livMaJ. Prepaid, on receipt of price, and 5 cents extra for each Cake. ' HIT I C II tTP t VII VIITVFT TWP ",u" . .H ,1 .... ... -J Black or Brown, 50 Cents. C. 5. CR1TTE5T05, Prop'r, 7 Sixth Av.,3.1. TERRY'S SALICYLIC forconstant use In the family. Absolutely pnra and the most agreeable to line, and lias the additional advantage of being impregnated with the greatest known anti-septic and disinfectant salicylic acm Tt T)ilv use iirevenN contraction it contagK us ii,u mirl tliH hani'ful ellVcts of sewer iras, mias matic and malprial exhalations It lsaspcciai noon to School Children who are constantly exposed and in Infanta. Prevents coutrac ion ot skin diseases Keens the Skin Soft and i tine ann rrevenis rhnniiinc. Indorsed Vv t he medical nrolesslon Most economical. 20 cents a cake ; 3 cakee for 50 cents. Sample cake sent postpaid los u cents. For sals by Drurtnsts and wroctrs. The Beverly Co., Agents, Chicago. Knnerior to anv Kni'lish or American. ADIPLO- MA wai awarded to this Magnesia, by the American Institute in lr. This very useful and elegant preparation is used as an aperient antic acid in dyspepsia complaints attended with aciditv with very great benefit. It lias the aovantage over common Magnesia, in being dissolved, and therefore not being liable to accu mulate in the bowels. It 1s decidedly superior to Carbonate of Soda or Potash, on account of its aperient quality. ibis soiotion of magnesia is found 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 ortwo oi this solution speedily removes ncarinurn. ncna eructations ana sonnies, or irreg ular ditreslion. The solution is of itself an aperient, hut Us laxa tivc properties can be much augmented by taking witn it, or directly after it, a utile lemon juice, mix ed is ith sugar and water, or even with cream of tar tur; in this manner a very agreeable cfl'uryescent draught .can be safely taken at any time during lever or thirst. The antisceptic dualities of tuis io.ution, owin to the presence of so much carbonic acid, have been iminti verv valuable m puina and other lever. js lotion for the moHth, it sweetens the breath, and the Magnesia cleans the teeth from lartar. The solution has, almost invariably succeeded in removing nts, spasms and headaches to which deli cate persons are subject from acids aud crudities of the stomach and bowels. i he attention of the nub'ic Is narncularlv direct ed to the following certificates of physicians and other persons who have used the Magnesia: JNEW HAVEN, t eO. WJ, ISdM. S O DfNBAit, Esq. Dear Sir: 1 most cheerfully accord mv testimony in favor of your "Fluid Mag nesia." I have never found anything so pleasant and enecttial for correcting acidity ot the stomach aim curving headache arising thertfrom. It is re ported to by several members of my fami'y when ever suffering as above, and always with great sat iefaction audj;iiistautaiieous rcliel. 1 OUrs triUV. .IOTTN A. UI.AKE. The subscriber having used the above article in his family for some years, is happy to endorse the testimony oi Mr. lilake in its lavor. Hartford, Conn. Kev. John Orcmt. Providence, So. fi, 1S4S. Ma. O.S. ri'NBAR. IK-ar Sir: 1 am bappv to hear ttial your preparation ot Hum Magnesia 1 coming into general use. Wtiile it is more ecouom leal than other preparations ot Fluid Magnes:a, l have found it vastly more efficient, aud not oniy an antiseptic and anti odd unon the stomach, but a very considerable tonic. It is a beautiful medicine for the bowel derangement, which so often attlicts voting children, and for females of debilitated and sour stomachs, narticularlv those enciente, it l invaluable. Being a scientific preparation and open to the profession, it needs only an acquaint ance to become with them a favorite medicine. Wm. Urosvexoh, M. D CHICAGO WHIP SOCKET MANUFACTORY. MISFIT CARPETS. Tub Peerless Tin Gem. -J - zj rr . firm mm i W I l; s J. o o J a h II "sl-RSa I W 1 If . 1' I il English Brussels, Three Ply and Ingrain, also. Stair Canvt Velvet Rugs, Crumb Cloths, Oil Cloths, etc., very cheap at the Old Place 112 PULTON STREET, - - NEW YORK. Carpets carefully packed aDd sent to any part of the U. S. free of charge. Send for Price List. J. A. BEND ALL, Patent Allowed. Patent Allowed. 13? N. B. A fn 1 line of samples sent bv eipre?s on receipt of a.-JT, with privilege of returning bv paying express charges both ways. The Luxury." 551 COI) mJ3& S. O. Di'MiAR. Bear Sir: I have lieen some time in the habit of prescribing the Fluid Magnesia pre pared ny you ana i preier it to the ing lsu prepara tion on account of its cheapness and its supeiior laxative qualities. l.espectfully yours, ic. M. S. X'ERltY, M. JJ. HOW WONDERFUL IS VORDIOK'S g ill j Bin IP! IMPROVED SE ATIN G For Churches, Lodge Rooms and Public. Halls. The most elegant aud serviceable SETTEES AND CHAIRS now iu use. .i5ivE:ja Ac oo., Manufacturers and Patentees of PERFORATED, VENEER SEATS AND CHAIRS, &c. No. 36 Pearl Street, New York. WOMEN! ARTIFI3AL LIHSS FOLDIjSTGt Bill LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S BHBDMATIC 1IMHT.P jPffl l.MiyiALLtii iuit ii . i r i Comfort. Durability and Cleanlircss. VegetaDle UOITipOUnCl Also the 'Pomostlc," 3 Row Spring Bed. I Hayes is going to Boston on the 2Gtli, and (vill remain in the city two days feast ing: on baked beans, the east wind, una other articles of "brain food" most affected by tho modern Atheniaus. He has also been invited to visit the capital nf New Hampshire, by vote of the legislature of that state. -The Kansas City TYHies.saysthat an Iowa paper tells of a smart wife who helped her husband to raise seventy acres of wheat; and that the way ehe helped him was to stand in the door and shake a broom handle at him. We know a number oi smart wives in Roek Island county who raise any amount of Cain every year, with their husbands ;and it aint very sugary cain either. Is The Champion F0H WASHING IN HARD OR SOFT WATER. No other Soap in this country is so serviceable to Housekeepers, and so well -worth their attention. Is the eremunc that every good pastry to iiisurs complete success. Try these lu.iiPNt lift irlos. Sold by Crocers Everywhere. Manf'dfcy JAS. PILE, NewYcrk, i i a luxe, healthy kind, pastry ccck needs, 33A.I313ITT'S TOILET SOAP! I iiriva'ed forthe ImWx ixni liiith. Tom f Sawyer Moving1. A sharp boy on Twenty-GftlYstrcet re ceived, last Tuesday morning the inti mation, that ho would have to stay at home from school to assist in the moving, witli a resignation that seemed sus picious to his parents, but he worked hard all day and at niuhthis father gave him a nickel and said he would let him off that licking for fringing the cat from the cars to the tail with patent clothes pins, while his mother said "Charley, when lam old. you will work hard for your mother like you did to-day wont you?" and he said he would. And yet he had that day played the part of a heart less and superfluous middleman. - He by proclamation had assembled a mob of his playmates round the nearest comer, and whenever oue of his parents intrusted to his care some article to he carried over to the new house, he auc tioned off the privilege of carrying it to the mob. There was an almost frenzied competition for the right of carryiug u lookiug glass that you could cast a Hash which would make a man six blocks off think he was struck by lightniuir or had heard bad news from home, and it was finally knocked down for an undivided lialf-interest in a sick woodchuck. A kitchen clock, the hands of which could be moved around at will, provoked lively bidding, and finally went for.twentyseven pins, a sewing-machino needle, and the frmo of a rat-trap. Indeed, one boy (whose pa had owned tho houso ho lived in for nineteen years) became so infatuated that after spending tho coutents of his pockets, and running in debt for most cf the playthings ho had at home, ho con sented to draw the smart boy and basket of tools ovcr.tothe new house.and allow the smart boy to hit him on tho legs when he didn't go fast enough, for the thecr privil eo of assisting in a moving. That boy ill live to be indicted after failing for a million or two, and some Register of the future will howl about it. Ask voi'kseu' these questions. Are you a despondent sufferer from Sick Headache, Habitual Costiveness, 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, &e. All of theso and much more are the direct results of Dyspepsia, Liver Com plaint and Indigestion. Green's August Flower is now acknowledged by all Druggists to be a positive cure. 2,400,000 bottles were given away in the United States through Druggists to tho people as a trial. Two doses will satisfy any person of its wonderful quality in curing all forms of Indigestion. Sample bottles 10 cts. Regular size-, 75 cts. Sold positively by all first-class druegists in the United States, and by T. 11, Thomas. Rock Island. In the Sweet By-ana-By caimot but be the happy thought as the fortunate recipient of the "Ilocky Moun tain Tourist" scans its wonderful attractive pages and peruses its fasciuiting descrip tions. Most beautifully embellished witli new aud highly artistic engravings, its letter-press a model of typographical richness, and the arrangement throughout simply superb, the Kock Mountain Tourist is worthy of comparison with Picturesque America, or The Aldine. It is written id gossipy, graplrc style, covering details ol the tour through the garden of the South west (the Arkansas Valley, Southern Kan sas), to the very heart of the Alps of America the llocky Mountains. Jaunts are made to all the famous resorts of Col orado, the remarkable ruins, the sprintrs, the mines, and, in short, to every point of interest to tourist,agriculturalist,capitalist. miucr, and invalid. With the Tourist, the San Juan Uuide keeps fitting company, and the two publications are mailed free to ail writing for one or both to T..J. Ander son, Topeka, Kansas. "Vsla y I , j.o artilicittl and :. fiva ""CI - f ' , J 'i c -'pt'vu "lo;-s -vW.1 UiN til : 3 o cover common 5 ' jfvM i Vjr-Jiud deleterious StfM f : i&''.r'tM "edien.,. Al-14- ' i rV "s-'H?r,' I. " r pears nf cien- pllL s;xlu. CTIZr-4t'-'L experiment. Piles-Itohine: Piles Positively cured also Blind and Bleeding Piles, Fistula, Salt Ilhcum, and all dis eases of the Skin, by the use of llOSSMAN'S CUltE. Itching I'iles is generally preceded by - . ,-t- . .. , a moisture ukc perspiration prouucing 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 respectable druggists. Uossman & McKiNsrur, Hudson, M.Y., Proprietors. Sent by mail for 50 cents. IF YOU HAVE A COUGH, the manufacturer of H. T. Babbitt's Bent Soap has perfected aud now ofleis to the public Tb.9 Finest Tcilst Saoo in the Wcrld. Only the purest vegetable oils need in il b manu facture. For TJs9 in tho Nursery it has ne Equal. Worth ten timcp its cost to every mother and fam ily, in Christendom. Sample box. containing 3 cake of i . i ii.-ti, Kent free to any address on receipt of 7i cents Adrtrusti li. T. HABBITT, New York City. JTTor sale by all lrti'-'.'itt'.? A Perfect Toilet Soap. First amonir the requisites of the toilet U a good article of Soap, but to procure it in not nlway an easy matter. Many of the most expensive Soups in the market are made from coarse aud deleterious material, and their delicate coloring and fragrant perfume too often conceal the most repulsive im purities The disclosures recently made public regarding this sir jeet are positively startlini;, and deserve serious consideration. Scented Soaps are now known to be extremely objectionable, especial ly if applied to the head ; injuring the hair, irrita tint; the scalp, and inducing severe headache. The characti:r of llu; ingredients may be inferred from the fMtement of a g.ntleuen who makes the scent ing of Soaps hie business ; he latently declared tiiat perrons engaged in this employment were ehort lived; from seven to ten years being the iongtot ficriod during which the occupation could be fol ol. The. difficulty of procuring a perfectly pure arti cle of toilet soap is at last, obviated, however, thanks to the. enterprise and chemical skill of Mr. il. T. Babbitt, of New York, the world-renowned Soap Manufacturer, whose immense ei'iahlisiiruen is l.y iar tho greatest of tho kind iu the United States. The renown of Mr. Babbitt's various pro ductions lias for many yeais been widely dissem inated, lint this latest success is the appropriate crown to the numerous victories already achieved. Alter vears of Datieut labor anil scientific experi ment, Mr. Babbitt has succeeded in perfecting the compotirtni, of the flrest toilet soap ever intro duced. The principal ingredients are the purest vegetable oils; the manufacturing processes are entirely new and original, and the result is simply tin paralleled in this department of industry, i.". T. Babbitt's Toilet Soap" is the trade mark by which, this elegant toilet luxury is designated, and for applications to the delicate skin of infants children and ladies, it is altogether uneqnaled in its emollient properties. I his Koao Is uot pertained the insrediunu being of such absolute purity as to require no aid from chemistry to disguise inferior materials. The most refined taste considers the absence of artificial perfume the perfection of sweetness, and this necnliar characteristic of J. 1 Babbitt's Toilet Soap renders It the most neaitnmi and agreeable article of the kind ever manufao tu red. Thousrh sncciallv desirable for the nee or ladles and children, this Soap is equally appropriate for gentlemen's toilet, ami a It makes a heavy latucr Ft is also one of the finest soaps for barber's use. It is Just being placed npon the market, but the demand for it will soon become general. N. Y, Tribune. B.LBAB3ITL New York Citv. For Rheumatism it may be acute or chronic or intlamatory rheumatism. Tic Dolorous. Toothache, Headache,"Karache, Inllammation of the Stomach, Bowels or Kiduevs. Strains. Strains, Lame Back. bruises. Neuralgia, Cramps, Burns, Scalds, Mos- duito Bites. Stimrs of Poisonous insects, Chiibains, Deafness. Sunstrokes. Soarness and Pains in the feet. Legs, Joints, etc.. Lameness, Swelling of the Knees, l'Vet, Lets, Frost Biles. Chapped Hands. etc. And in all cases where there is pain or dis tress, if applied over the part or parts will afford immediate reiiif. BUST INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL ItEMEDY YET DISCO V RUED. The best aud tl;e strongest Liniment In th-; world Prove it yourself by a trial. Orders with cash promptly tilled. Price 5llc and $1 per bottle. Groat reduction of price to the wholesale trade. Agenti- wanted in everv citv and town. This valuable pain destroying remedy should he in everv Iamlly. 1 lie limoiy use ot IMS meairu.e has saved the people a:i iiumecse amount of sutler insr and thousands of dollais. Its efficacy as an in start relief for pains of every description, has b.i come thoroughly tested. Ii has proved a potent remedy for hordes, curing tho"0 animals speedily ol colic or bots. Hundreds of references could be L'iven where iliese vohle animal- havti necn saved by the timely use of this preparation. iSTMNirchasers of the ceieb ateu medicine de scribed in this card will be sure and not be pnt oil with inferior or unknown articles. If vou cannot find what yon desire in one store vou will at anoth er near bv. Take only the genuine. Price ocn 6 lc and $1 per bo. tie. Address all orders to A. H. VOKDK'K. Chemist and Drugt'ist, St. Louis, Mo. Price 50c and $1 per Bottle Tf not sold by your Dmgtrist or storekeeper, we will forward hy express to any adnress. IIai f Pozkn, smai.i f '2 50 Half Dozen, lakok 5.00 75,000 BOTTLES Sold in 1876 of This Liniment. 3flS State Street fri Bowery,.' Send for price list. n. REEVES & CO.. CHICAGO. NEW YOKE Centennial Exhibition Prize Medal Awarded, Eagle Anvil Works! t)-i:r - Traveller as being aa truo as most of the olJ' Asthma, praising of Iilood or any a aog stones: a niasiiu in that in that citv. un muzzled by his master, resolved to comply with the law ou his own account, ile knew that to preservo his life he must have a muzzle. Early ono morning ho Btolc twen ty newspapers from doorsteps, stood on a corner and sold them, went with the money ti a storo where muzzles were sold, made a clerk understand that the wishes to buy one wnd before noon went homo muzzled accor ding to law. . The Trunk L:nes have entered into another arrangement to "pool" wes tern bound freight. It goes into opera tion next month; but no one can tell how long it will laat. lections of the Ureast or Lungs, leadii to consumption, use DIt. HOUSEMAN'S GERMAN COUGII DKOPS, as prepared for over thirty vean. b7 J. J. L)avis(now deceased) aud you v'U 'je sure to fand relief. Address UOSSXlAN & McKlNSTllY", who have succeeded to the Proprietorship, "and sold by all druggists anu dealers in Medicines. 1? or sale by all Ik . uruggists in itocK island. Sold by Avery & Tyler, Lafayettce. Iu diana. Fuller & Fuller, and VanSchaack, Stevenson & Tkeed. Chicago, wholesale agents. John F. Henry, Curran & Co., Whole sale Agents, 8 College Place, N, x. Testimonials. St. Chabi.es, No. Vordiek's Hlieumatic Liniment is wonderful. 1 was laid np for 15 weeks: tried evcrvtlnnj 1 was told : doct .rs could do nothing for me. until I was told to try one bottle of Vordiek's Celebrated Rlien matic Liniment. It cured me, and I must uive it all the praise. My case is too long to tell yon all here. Address me and enclose a stamp aDd I wi II tell von all about it. lours truly. tiEO. .). teOENKKn, Prop, of Washington House, corner Clay and Sixth streets, St. C'uarles, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. It Is a sure cure for Ncur&lgia. John rowEns. St. Louis, Mo. It ctned my back. I Buffered a great deal. JOHNATHAN S. Kt DOI.rH, St. Citakles. Mo. I sell it now. Geo. F. Mobnkkk. I recomrrend it to everyone. It always helped in onr family. Mns. Fokstek, Six Mile House, West St Louis. St Louis, Mo. I ciin recommend Vordiek's Itliciiiniuic Liniment. I never saw any Liniment lo beat it. Yours truly, Dakiei. Prince. St. Ciiaiii.Eh, Mo. I recommend it to everyone for the above com plaints. This Liniment lias done great wonders. Yours turly, Fued IIackman. ST. Louts. Mo. I can reenmmend Vordkck'iJ Kreitmatlc Liniment as one f the greatest Liniments the world can pro duce I bad a very sore band, sprained while catching a fly ball. Yours truly, John Polan. Catcher of Red Stockings Base Hall Club. St. Loins, Mo. I always keep Vordiek's Celebrated IUieumatir Linimer.t.in the house. It is a ;ood remedy for all It claims ubove. U G Uather, St. Louis Four-Mile House. I recommend it to all afflicted. It is a friend in the house, Yours truly, Seth Chapman, Warrington, Mo. It Is a great Liniment for all pains. It makes nc difference where you have a pain, it will cure it. Yojjrs truly, -Henry Kowe. CAUtFOtlNIA, Mo. It is a great remedy for Rheumatism and Neu raliiu, 1 say it will cure every case. I am yours, John Howard. Wentzvilue, Mo. I sell Vordiek's lllieuniatic Liniment in my store. Thev all praise it every day when they come to me I I . - .. IT.....- I,.... lOT II. lUillQ kilL. II I . U E. 11 ,V IT C I.. Thousands more of testimonials, but si ace doet not allow more. Established l-43 Made at the oldest Anvil manufactory in this emmtrv. All Knelish Anvils, after a time, become hoilowins on Hie face by continued hammering in use, on account of the fibrous nature of the wrought iron cansiiiff it to "settle,"' under the steel. But the body of the Eagle Anvil being of crvs- tallizcri iron, such settling cannot occur; and the steel face therefore remains perfecily true. Also, it has the great advantage, that being of a more iiii.in material, and. consentient! v, with less re bound, the piece forsred receives the FCLL ctlect of the hammer, instead of a part of it being wasted nv the reiiound. ns with a wrought iron Anvil. More work can therefore be done on this Anvil with a hammer one-fifth lighter than required for a wrought iron Anvil which is more elastic. Tiie working surface is in one piece of .lessor's Best Tool, Cast Steh.. accurately ground, bard ened and given the proper temper for the heav v" work. The born is ot tough untempored steel The cast steel surface is warranted to be otighly welded and not to come off. PRICE LIST, Octobsr 1st, ISTti. Anvils weighing 100 Rjs. to SOO lbs. !! cts per lb. Smaller Anvils, (''Minims.") from jf'2.7.") to $8 each. Dooley's Patent Combination TOE-CALKS. THE SUEJE CURE FOR PROLAPSUS UTERI, AND All Female Complaints ! A Remedy that is rapidly taking the place of all other Preparations for the Cure of all Female "Weaknesses ! This Compound, wbicb 's purely vegetable, has entirely cured the most stubborn cases thst have baffled the skill of our best pbvsicians. and thous ands of persons who were considered as incurable before this remedy was discovered bave been re stoied .o perfect health by its use. Worth $1,000 in a Single Case. Buhunoton, Vt , Dec. ISth, 1S70. Mm. Lyoia K. PiNKaAM:--lt is with pleasure that we are able to say that in every case reported to ns your euetaiu-e Compound has given uni versal satisfaction. One gentleman told us to-day that it haJ done his wife a thousand collars worth of good, as he expressed it. Our customers with out a single exception, sneak of it in the highest terms of praise. Yon are at liberty to make use of this in advertising if you choose. Yours verv re pert full v. 11. li. STEARNS A CO., DrunirisW. t5T"The Pamphlet "Guide to Women" will be ent free to any address by enclosing stamp to u dia K. riis ivti am, Lynn, .Mats. Lydia E. PMhams Vegetable Compound Is told by all Druggists at f 1 per bottle. Whole sale Agents- George" C. Goodwin & Co., No. 3S Hanover street, and Carter, Hatris Hawley, No. :15 Wasbingten street, Boston. E0BEET BATY, J Manufacturer of ARTIFICIAL LIMBS. Office for the Northwest of Vt. Bly'e Celebrated Patent Limbs, as the following will show: Rochester, N. Y., Sept. 1, 1874. Robert Batt, Ks(j., Milwaukee, Wis. Hear Sir: You are the only jarty authorized to make my Patent Legs in the Northwest, there lin ing no oue in Chicago atttuirized to manufacture an v of my patents. Y'ours &c, DR. BLY. Bly's Limbs manufactured on Government order". Apparatus for Shortened Limbs and all Deformi ties. For particulars address ROBERT BATY. 105 Wisconsin Street Milwaukee Wis. JAMAICA GIN 3 EH. BEWARE OP WORTHLESS IMITA TIONS AND COUNTERFEITS. ROWN'S CORBETT ; s mm 'J mi n n 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 SOAP IN THE WORLD. ASK YOUR CROCER. CORBETT, B0YNT0N & CO., 'N. 84 ft St Wut Y&bta EW. msvv. . EAI3 DYE. HAIE EYE. BATCH BLOB'S CELEBRATED 'HAIR DYE best in the world. The inventor ;has used this sulended Hair live for 57 vears with benefit to the hair, and no injury to his health ; proof that it is the only true and perfect Dye, Harmless, reliable, Instantaneous. No disappointment; no ridiculous tiuto: remedies the ill efiects of bad dyes; leaves the hair soft and benutif ul Black or Brown Sold and properly applied ac BATCULOR'S Wig Fac tory. No. 16 Bond street, N, Y, Sold by all drug gists. MOSQUITO BITES, VEGETABLE POISONS, Ring-Worm. Burn. Chilblains. Itching of the Head . " . . m r .1 ! ana all iirupturae OI ine CKin, r ac or duuj iiuiur iliatelv cured bv Batchelor's Curative Ointment. Sold wholesale aud retail at Factory, No. 16 Bond street, and by all drofigists. W. I BraELGB'S ALASKA SEAL GIL for the Hair. The Best Hair OH in use BEAUTIFUL TEETH ! YjHITE AS I Sound, Healthy Gums, Breath Flagrant as the Rose sec jreil by using W. A. Batchelsr's .Dentifrice. Sold wholesale and retail at Factory, No. 10 Bond street, N. Y. aud by all druggists. W. A. BATCHELOR'S NEW Black or En wn for tinting theJHa. Whiskers or Mustachois without greasing them. Sold wholesale and retail at factory, 16 Bond St, NiewXork.,a.ndhjaUdrugsi8U. Ask f or taea. 111... Put up in boxes containing 25 lbs, each. These Toe -Calks are made from Steel converted from carefully selected brands of Norwav and Swedes Iron by a special process which ensures the utmost ease iu welding, together w ith tht greatest durability in wear. For sale by all iron, steel and hardware dealers throughout New England Manulaetured solely oy t:. v. uu, v, ich co., SfiO Dorchester Ave., Soulh Boston, Miss ESSENCE OF i MAICi LINKER PREPARED OSL BY Frederick Brown LCSCM-STEETCEE2. GREBN'S PATENT SHIRT-BOSOM. STRETCII er and Ironing Board. Most perfect, dnrable and cheapest ironing board in the world. A! way; ready for use; ncc.Cs no adjusting; fits any shirt never cut of order. Agents Wanted. GREEN BROS., Manufacture.-, 159 LaSaile Street, CHICAGO. ENSLAVING PniLADELrUIA, PA. THIS RELIABLE PREPARATION, one of the aldest of American Pharmaceutical Products, Btill tiaiutaius its enviable reputation, and fiuds steadily increasing sale without advertising, and i in spite of piracy. its n'gn reuutatiou nas tempted the cupidity or partieg, wnose only excuse lor tneir nntatr Simula' tions, exists in the ureal popularity of the onginal nd acrideutal similaritv of their names. BROWN'S ESSENCE OF JAMAICA GINGER is protected by the private Proprietary Stamp ol the manufacturer, which is incoiporated with the steel plate engraving, The attention of Druggists and the trade generally, 13 cauea to ine rrice ust of INRUSH & FRENCH MEDICINES AND PHARMACEUTICAL EDUCATIONAL. tAni Jelegntfh Special Advantages. I. Kigh i eminent Professors as Instructors. The Best aud most Elegant Rooms iu the West. i Hoarding Club. Good board $1.50 to f 2 a week 4. Three First class Penmen coustantly employed . Superior individual instruction in Book-keeplnif. i. Commercial Law. Invaluable to business mei'. . Comaiercial Arithmetic, thorough and practical, i. linequaied advantages for learning Telegraphy. Scholarships good in Forty Colleges. 10. These advantages are possessed by no othe Schojl. Address MONTAGUE & LIXLIBRIDGE Davenport, Iow pjTTleaie elate where foa saw this card. Hotels. BINGHAM HOUSE, Elevetth and Market Streets, PHILADELPHIA PA. First A 2nd Floors, J3.00 per dav; 3rd 4'li Floors -J,5U per day. . . irlis UAvi?, I'roprietor. PE0SI& HOUSE. East corner Tublic Square, PEORIA, II.I.. CnAS. A. Peane, Proprietor, Rates reduced to t'JOt; 2 50; $3 00 per day. AMERICAN KOTEl Chesttat Street, opposite Independence Ila'.l, PHILADELPHIA, .iv. S. M. HECLINGS, Proprief.r. Daily Argts kept on file. Clcrks- -Ben. W. Swoi e Cuas. Regxier.- J. II. Bekuy, Book-keeper. WALNUT ST., HOUSE Walnut Street, Bet, 6th and 7th Streets. CINCINNATI OHIO dAwly C. S. GREEN, Proprietor. BABNUM'S HOTEL, ST. LOUIS mo IN order to meet the wants of the transient pat rous of this Hotel, rates have been reduced to $2.'i0 and f 2.00 per day, according to location f rooms. Its eminent standing will be fullv main tained in every particular. L. A. PRATT, Proprietor FEEN GH'S HOTEL, ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN, Opposite City Hall, Park. Court nouse, aud New f ost Office. NEW YORK. All Modern Improvements, including Elevator Rooms, 1 per day and upwards. T. J. FRENCH & BROS,, Proprietors. NEWHALL HOUSE MILWAUKEE, WIS J. F. ANTISDEL Proprietor. The present proprietors of this Elegaiit Hn'e have spared neither money or pains in furnishiiitf and improving the house; aod with the improved Otis Elevator, recently put In it caunot be excelled for convenience and comfort to the traveling public COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL, Corner of Chambers Street, and West Broadway, NEW YORK. ON THE EUROPEAN; PLAN. First-class accommodations for 400 guests. Lees ted conveniently to business and places of amuse ments. Cars from all depots pass the door. Rooms from f 1 to 5 per day. Newlyand handsomely fur nished and decorated. N. A S. J. HUGGISS. Proprietors. N.- Huggins, formerly of Manha ten Hotel. S. .T. Huggius, formerly of Lovejoy s Hotel. PREPARATIONS, Which will be mailed on application. FEEDEEICK BROWN, 'Established 1803 1 IMPORTING, MANUFACTURING AND DIS PENSING CHEMIST, Sorth East Corner Fifth and Chestnut Streets PHILADELPHIA, PA. Brown's GiNGSR will be found Invaluable tn all cases of Cramp or other disorders caused by change of water or bad wau-r, and a few drops used regu arly by travelers will usually act aa Preventive, nd ward off such attacks. To the aged and those recovering from Illness, a small quantity with a .ittle sweetened water will be found to give strength nd refreshment: the Ginger having no reaction, which is the great objection to the use oi alcoholic stimulants. Producing all the good effects of a Mustard Plaster, (without the possibility of blister ing the skin.) its application on flannel is most effi cacious. And in the case of persons predisposed o Rheumatism and Gouty Affections, ft is of great service, (used to rub with.) tSBeware of Counterfeits. HOTEL DOVENSHIRE. Opposite Grand Central Depot, on 41st and 4id 5ts. l,bet. 4th and 5th Avenues, New Yoik. Tub Hotki, Devonshire is a new first cla Bo te), elegantly furnished and well ventilated. Kv,-ry room is bright aud cbeerlul. The hotel is a moil, ru structure, built expressly for a first-class houi-e.anu has every modern improvement. It is conducted on the European Plan, at moderate charges. Persons visiting the city will save carriage hire ail secure the best accommodations for tiie imialUrt cost, by tapping at the Hotel Devonshire. ASHLAND HOUSE, Fourth Ave. Cor. 24th St., New YorklOifryv American andJEuropean Flan. The central location of the "Ashland-' mak ' a very desirable place for strangers, being "r- block from Madison Park, also Broadway, and 0,1 'J short distance from any of the principal I"1-1 of amusement. ... Bv taking either 23d St., cross town, or ou''" Avenue Street Cars, access may be had direct irum the door, to any partjof the city. MR. EDWARD A. JOHNSON, will be found in charge of the office, where he hM presided for eight years, and will not fail to g' satiffaction to guests. T)aT Room and BoABD-r2.00. $3,30 and f3ptrlMy Rooms il per Lay and Upwards. H, II. BKOCB.WAT, Frcpr.etsr