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Wiftaiiiaj, Juat 27, 1377 ! it Right? Thousands of industrious and honest men are out of employment. They find it diiEcult to obtain the means of subsist ence by honest labor. They may pray earnestly "give as this day our daily bread," and yet the answer to that prayer seems to lack fallnllment. We are a great nation, a populous country, and yet we are Tint voArffvL-1 with inViaritnta Trira is still a wide expanse of uncultivated but fertile land awaiting the coming of the husbandman to redeem it from the hand of nature, and make it yield its generous re wards in retnrn for the labor of toil and in dustry. Lines of Railway are abundant and extend in all directions. The facilities for transportation and commerce are every where comparatively near at hand. Large and expensive manufactories dot the land, the forge and anvil are mute witnesses of great expectations, and the columns of of the press teem with advertisements oi merchants and artizans anxious to dispose of their goods and products. The country is undoubtedly rich in material resources, and possesses in abundance those things which should make it prosperous and busi cess flourishing. flow happens it then, at the present time and to such an unhealthy extent. labor Koes a bejrgiDir and thousands are seeking employment which is not to be had, or only at such prices as barely suffice to prolong existence There is something radically wrong in the existing condition of affairs, something which is either the out growth and natural refult of pist errors and maladministration of public affairs, or which results from a present hurtful and dangerous public policy. There certainly must be some very active and efficoct cause which produces such stringency in financial circles, such stagnation in busi cess, such alarming shrinkage of values and inactivity of enterprise as now con fesscdly exists throughout the whole coun try. l be nation is at peace, tne crops as a general thing are promising and abun dant, the strife and excitement of the presidential coatest no longer agitate or occupy public attention, and in the natural order of things plenty and pros perity should prevail. The trouble lies behind all this. The monetary affairs of the country are not in sound and healthy condition. There is lack of public confidence and credit, and capital instead of seeking the customary channels of enterprise and outlay is timid and kept husbanded in reserve for future operations in more favorable times. Whose fault is it? The whole matter really hinges upon the propriety or fallacy of the policy of specie resumption, which by act of Congress is named to take place within the compara tively short period of two years hence, J he Secretary of the Treasury insists sharply upon adhering to the polioy of re sumption. It is given out in official circles that the President is mainly in accord with the Secretary in his views of the propriety of that policy aod the means for pursuing it. Tbe questiou is however by do means strictly of a party nature, friends and op ponents of.tho measure being found in both of the great, political parties of tbe country. The Arqus has very decided views of its own in relation to the financial affairs of the nation, and upon all ques tions of public policy. Upon all suitable occasions, at every reasonable opportunity. it has never failed to openly'j give expres sion to its opinions. It favors such legis lation and administration as it honestly believes will be of greatest advantage to the largest number. Capital is always strong; it is, except in times of anarchy or predatory warfare, always able to tako care of its own inter CBts. Capital and labor are not necessarily antagonistic, certainly not so beyond a quite limited extent. But labor is always at a disadvantage in times of monetary difficulty, and no legislation is wise or ex pedient which is solely or largely in the interest of capital at the expense of labor. Is tbe Bo-called resumption act legislation of that class? It may be freely admitted that it is not the sole cause of tbe present state of thiogs; it might perhaps be as readily conceded that it is not one of the primary causes; the real question is does it afford actually, or even prospectively, aDy remedy. Will the shrinkage of values and the reduction of labor to the point of a goia standard make tne times better cr business more prosperous. When that point is reached will it revive trade, set furnaces roaring, increase manufactures, or lighten taxes and lessen the burdens of the people. If not, to what purpose of public good does it contribute. We speak earnestly and inquiringly in behalf of thore already out of employment, who would willingly hbor if employment was to be had; we speak in behalf of the thousands more who will be discharged from mills, manufactories, workshops, and other agencies of labor, as certainly and surely as contraction continues and forced resumption is persisted in. Repeal the resumption act; Remonetize Bilver; Give us a financial policy which shall be as much in the interest of the people at large as it now is adverse to their interests, and then we will say it w nyht. Oh Tea. .., of tu rin i,fti,ii i. u bated breath as wo raza nnnn thn wnmlpr. ful feat, we take delight in witnessing the , ., .7. .,, v.tuai aoiuuinuwi-uk ui me ueiguuurs t our elbow. 1 he tot. Louis Republican speaks right out we silently nod an acquiesc ence: Ihis thing of riding two horses when they are going in opposite directions never was attempted without trouble to the ex penmenter, ana wr. llayes is likely to una it out pretty Boon. He and Secretarv Sherman have btcn trying the impossible two-horse act on tbe silver question and trouble is at band for them. Sherman's recent presumptuous letter on the piymeut of tbe four per cents, is understood to have beon approved by the cabinet and presi dent, so the silver money Republicans of Ohio are mildly indignant. Hayes is try ing to ride both ways, and the cod ia sure to ba a aplife. How Pleasant it ia for Brethren. Ac. In a mild and sympathizing way we de sire to felicitate our "amiably stubborn" neighbor upon its estimate of the approach ing "Republican Millennium." We are aware that it never indulges its fine genius for irony, or condescends to persiflage, when treating of public affairs. Especially is it grave and dignified whenever it dis courses upon the high and mighty topics of its party's policy and party's mission. With the consciousness, ever present, of its bounden obligations and unreserved allegiance to the immutable ties of parti san fealty, its mournful jere miade upon the president s circular to office holders does honor to its affection, and speaks amCS ,orU8 ,0V1DC " candor, us remonstrance against trie ltnpair- ment of the vested and sacred rights of the noble army of office-holders, eighty thousand strong, is so exalted in senti ment, and breathes such a spirit of lofty patriotism, and such an entire negation of selfish purposes and ends, that we deem it worthy to be compared with thj elo quence of Greece and the inflexible in tegrity of ancient Rome. Listen, Oh President I and take heed, Oh Secretary! All this, (referring to the effect of the order interdicting office holders from run ning the party machine), tends to the pur ification of politics or rather that part of politics known as the Republican party. With the Democracy the wicked ''spoils system still obtains and the zealous in their ranks will have their reward, should they ever elect a president. Whatever the cohesive power of public plunder" amounts to will be their exclusive posses sion hereafter. President Hayes wills that the Republican party shall be too pure and good for that sort of thing, and men who believe that party spirit and party or gamzation are evils have the ear of the public. It begins to look as if ascension robes would shortly be in order, leaving the Democracy, who remain of the earth earthy," in undisputed possession. Roll on, sweet moments, roll on, roll on. And let tbe dear party go home, go home Mothers will grow weary and sigh over the responsibility thit Baby plaees upon them, but they have the high privilege or shaping a character for usefulness. The exercise of patience and the preservation of Baby's health by the proper use of Dr. Bull s Baoy Syrup will give them great present comfort and prospective happi ness. 5 cents per bottle. Tbe Colonnade Hotel, Philadelphia, is model establishment. It is superb in both style and appointment and its table and service cannot be excelled. Since the opening of the new and excel lent Hotel Devonshire, opposite the main entrance ot Grand Central Depot, nrst class accommodations at reasonable rates can be had in this most convenient locality, By all means stop at the Hotel Devonshire on your next vi9it to the city ot 2s ew York Ask yourself these questions. Are you a despondent sufferer from Sic Headache, Habitual Costiveness, ralpita tion of the Heart? Have you Dizziness of the Head? It your Nervous System Depressed? Does your Blood circulate bad'yr Have you a Cough? Low spirits (Joming up of the food after eating? &c iVc. All of these and much more are th direct results of Dyspepsia, Liver Com plaint and Indigestion. Green's August Flower ia now acknowledged by a Druggists to be a positive cure. 2,400,000 bottles were given away in the United States through Druggists to the 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,T5 cts. Sold positively by all first-class druggists in the United States. and by T. II, Thomas, Rock Island. In the Sweet By-ana-By cannot but be the happy thought as the fortunate recipient of the "Rocky Moun tain Tourist" scans its wonderful attractive pages and peruses its fascinating descrip tions. Most beautifully embellished with new and highly artistic engravings, its letter-press a model of typographical richness, and the arrangement throughout simply superb, the Rock Mountain iounst is worthy of comparison with Picturesque America or The Alaine. it is written in gossipy, grapnic style, covering aetaus oi the tour through the garden oi tbe South west (the Arkansas Valley, Southern Kan sas), to the very heart of the Alps of America the Rocky Mountains. Jaunts are made to all the famous resorts of Col orado, the remarkable ruins, the springs, the mines, and, in short, to every point ot interest to tourist,azriculturalist,capitalist. miner, and invalid. With the Tourist,the San Juan Guide keeps fittiug company, and the two publications are mailed tree to all writing tor one or both to I.J. Andcr son. Topcka, Kansas. Piles-Itching Piles Positively cured also Blind and Bleeding riles, Vistula, Salt Rheum, and all dis eases of the Skin, by the use of ROSSMAN'S CURE. Itching Piles is generally preceded by a moisture like perspiration producing a very disagreeable and distressing itching, particularly at nigut, alter getting warm 1 I . ... in pea. ino numoug as a trial wiu prove. 1'or sale bv all respectable druersrists. Rossman & MciviNSTRr, Hudson, IN. I ., Proprietors. Sent by mail for 50 cents. IF YOU HAVE A COUGH. Cold, Asthma, raising of Blood or any af fections ot the lireast or Lungs, leadin to Consumption, use DR. HOUSEMAN'S GERMAN COUGH DROPS, as prepared for over thirty years. b"T J. J Davis(now deceased) and you vU foe sure 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 liock Island. Sold by Avery & Tyler, Lafayettee, In diana, lulier & iuller, and VanSchaack, Stevenson & Reed, Chicago, wholesale agents. John F. Henry, Curran & Co., Whole- tale Agents, 8 College Place, N. Y. J Administrator's Sale of Real I Est&t. 8TATE of Illinois, j I KOCK INLAND COUNTY, J in the County Court of the Joue term A D. 1677. William Roth, Administrator of the estate of Jacob Kotli, deceased Fetltlouer, v. Unbitta rtoth widow, JiabltM Roth, Infant, and Nicholas Hob. mann, uuiunuanta. Notice ia hereby given that by virtue of a decre tal order of raid Court, made and entered in the above entitled cause, on tbe 18tb da; of June, A. I 1877. on the petition of said William Roth, admin istrator of the estate of J.tcob Roth, deceased, for leave to aell tbe real estate of said decedent, to pay uieueuiaui nam estate; l will sen at pUDUCTeu due, to the highest bidder lor cairn, on Wednesday, the 25th day of July, A. V. 1877, at the honr of two o'clock in tbe afteruoou, at the north door of the Court Uouse, in the city of Kocfc Island, all the rlirnt, title and Interest which the said Jacob Roth deceased, had at the time of his decease, in and to tne following described premises, situate in the county of Kuck Island, state of Illinois, to-wit: Lot number eight Is in block number one Til. In that part of the city of Rock Island that Is known as Bailey Davenport's third addition. Dated this 35th day of Juue, A. D. 1877. WILLIAM ROTH, Admlnlstratdr. i OUTia Quia, Attornej. C-SSdlw SOAPJ GZEKN'S SULPHUR SOAP. Thoroughly Cures Diseases of the Skin, Beautifies the Complexion, Prevents and Remedies Rheumatism and Gout, Heals Sores and Abrasions of the Cuticle and Counteracts Contagion. This Standard External Remedy for Erup tions, Sores and Injuries of the 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 PLIANT. and being a wholesome beautifier is far preferable to any cosmetic. All the remedial advantages of Sul. phur Baths are insured by the use of Glenn's Sulphur Soapy 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 1er Cake: tier Box (3 Cakes), 60c. and $1.20. N R Scut by Mail, Prepaid, on receipt of price, and 5 cents extra for each Calce. HTT T'fi TI4TT ivnwnierrn nvt1 Black or Brown, 50 Cents. C. 5. CRITTEXTOJ, Prop'r, 7 Sixth Av., U. TERRY'S SALICYLIC forconctant use In the family. Absolutely pnr and the most agreeable to nee. and has the additional advantage of being impregnated with the greatest known anti-septic and disinfectant Salicylic acid. Ite Daily use prevents contract Ion of contagious disease and the baneful effect of sewer gas, uuas matic and malsrial exhalations. It is a special boon to School Children who are constantly exposed and to Infants. Prevents contraction of sum fliscases. Keeps the Skin Soft and White and Prevents Chapping. Indorsed by the medical profession Most economical. 20 cents a cake ; 3 cakes for 60 cents. Sample cake sent postpaid fos 2 cents. For said by Druggists and Groctrs. The Brvbr.lt Co., Agents, Chicago, PYL Is The Champion FOR WASHING IH HARD OR SOFT WATER. No other Soap in this country i so serviceable to Housekeepers, and so well worth their attention. Pyle's 0. K. Saleratus, Is the genuine pure, healthy kind that every good pastry cook needs, to insure complete success. Try these honest articles. Sold by Grocers Everywhere. lanf dfcyJAS. PYLE,HewYcrk, A R"RTTT's TOILET SOAP! Unrivaled for the roilet Kni bath. No artificial nnd deceptive odors to cover common and deleterious ingredients. Af ter years of scien tific experiment, the manufacturer of B. T. Babbitt's Best Soap has perfected and now ofleie to the public The Finest Toilet Saop In the world. Only the purest vegetable oils used to its manu facture. For Use in the Nursery it has no Worth ten times its cost to every mother and fam ily in Christendom. Sample box, containing 3 cakes ot 6 .s. each, sent free to any address on receipt of 75 cents Address B.'l. HADOll i, flCW lOTIUiy. fSFor sale by all iJruggists Ml A Perfect Toilet Soap. First amnne- the requisites of the toilet U a good article of Soap, but to procure it is not always an easy matter. Many of the most expensive Soaps in (be marKet are made irom coarse ana aeietenons materials, and their delicate coloring and fragrant perfume too often conceal the most repulsive im purities. The disclosures recently made public regarding this tui'jeet are positively startling, and deserve serious consideration. sio-nted Soaps are now known to be extremely objectionable, especial ly if awlh'd to the head ; injuring the hair, irrita ticg the scalp, and inducing severe headaches. The character of the ingredients may be inferred from the rtatement of a gentlemen who makes the scent ing of SoapH his business ( be recently declared that perrons engaged in this employment were short lived; from seven to ten years being the longest period during which the occupation could be fol 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. B. T. Babbitt, of New York, the world-renowned Soan Manufacturer, whose immense establishmcn is by lar tuc greaie.nr 01 tne Kina in me unuea States. The renown of Mr. Babbitt's various pro ductions has for many yeais been widely dissem inated, but this latest success is the appropriate crown to tne numerous victories aireaqy acnieved After years of patient labor and scientific expert ment, Mr. Babbitt has succeeded iu perfecting tbe comoositton of the firest toilet aoan ever intro duced. Tbe principal ingredients are the purest vegetable oils; the manufacturing processes are entirely new and original, and tne result is simply unnara.leled in tins aeuartmeni 01 industry. .t"B. 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 unequaled in its emollient properties. This boas is not perfumed, tbe ingredients being of snch 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 necuhar characteristic of B. T. Babbi't's Toilet Soap renders it the iiiost healthful and agreeable article of the kind ever manufac tnred. Though specially desirable for the nse of ladle and children, this Soap is equally appropriate for gentlemen's toilet, and as it makes a heavy lather it is also one of the finest soaps for barber's use. It is just beinsr placed upon tbe market, but the demand for It will soon become general. JJ. X, Tribune. B.T. BABBITT, New York Citv, CO RBETT 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, r?.7 i ;tle rubbing 1 repaired. THE CHi.UPW.8T SOAP IN THE WORLD. ASK TOUR GROCER, C0RBETT, B0YNT0N & CO., Vol 81 1 St Wnt Titoa Eli W4n, s 111 ,1 . -J S. 0. DUNBAR'S FLUID SM G N ESI A Superior to any English or American ADIPLO- MA was awarded to una Maguesia, by tbe American Institute in 1852. Thla very useful and elegant preparation Is used as an awient antic-acid in ajspepsia compiatnis attended with acidity with very great benefit. It has the advantage over common Magnesia, In being dissolved, and therefore not being liable to accu mulate iu the bowels. It Is decidedly superior to Carbonate of Soda or Potash, on account of its aperient quality. This solution of Magnesia ia fonnd particularly beneficial as a pleasing sedative and aperient, in all cases oi irritation, oraciauy oi inesiomacn, leouie complaints, infantile disorders, or eea-eickness. , An ounce ortwo of this solution speedily removes heartburn, acrid eructations and sourness, or irreg- lar digestion. The solution la of Itsell an aneneni, dui us laxa tive properties can be much augmented by taking with it. or directl v after it. a little lemon inice, mix ed with sugar and water, or even with cream of tar tar; in this manner a very agreeable effervescent draugbt .can oe saieiy tasen ai any urae aunug fever or thirst. The antiscentic Qualities oi tnis solution, owtn? to the presence oi so mucn caroomc acta, nave Deen found very valuable in putrid and other fever. As a lotion for the moath, it sweetens the breath, and the Marniesia cleans the teeth from tartar. Tne solution nas almost invanaoiy succeeaea in removing fits, spasms and headaches to which deli cate persons are subject from acids and crudities of thestomacn ana ooweis. i he attention ot the public Is particularly direct ed to the following certificates of physicians and other persons who have used the Magnesia : INEW 11AVKN. 1CD. J63, lOOU, SO Dunbar, Esq. Dear Sir: I most cheerfully accord my testimony in favor of your "Fluid Mag nesia." I have never found anything so pleasant and effectual for correcting acidity of the stomach and curving neaaacne arising taereirom. It is re sorted to by several members of my fami'y when ever suffering as above, and always with great sat lsfaction andfiinstantaneous relief. Yours truly, johk a. Blake. The subscriber having need the above article in his family for some years, is happy to endorse the testimony ot Mr. make in its tavor. itartiord, uonn. ititv. John Urcutt. Providencb, Nov. B, 1848. Mr. O.S. rcNBAB. Dear Sir: 1 am hatDV to hear that your preparation of fluid Magnesia is coming into general use. While it is more econoni leal tnan other preparations of Fluid Magnesia, I have found it vastly more efficient, and not ouly an antiseptic and anti ocid uoon the stomach, but a very considerable tonic. It Is a beautiful medicine for the bowel derangement which so often afflicts yonng 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 ouly an acquaint' ance to become wun tnem a favorite medicine. Wm. Urosvenor, M. D S. O. Ditnbab. Dear Sir: I have been some time in the habit of prescribing the Fluid Magnesia pre-1 parea by you and l prefer n to the Cng.ish prepara tion on account of Its cheapness and its xuperior I laxative qualities. Respectfully y.mrs, Jtc. M. S. I ERBT, M. V. HOW WONDERFUL is VORDIOK'S HB HINT. For Rheumatism It may be acute or chronic or inflamatory rheumatism. Tic Doloreux, Toothache, lieaaacne, t-aracne, inflammation 01 the btomacu, Bowels or Kidneys, Sprains, Strains, Lame Back, Bruises, Neuralgia, Cramps, Burns, Scalds, Mos- auito Bites. Stints of Poisonous insect. Chilbains, Deafness, Sunstrokes, Soarnese and Pains iu the feet. Lees. Joints, etc.. Lameness, Swelling of the Knees. Feet, Legs, Frost Bites, Chapped Hands etc. And in all cates wncre tnere Is pain or dis tress. If applied over the part or parts, will anord immediate relief. BEST INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL' REMEDY YET DISCOVERED. The best and the strongest Liniment in tha world Prove it yourself by a trial. Orders with cash promptly filled. Price 50c and $1 per bottle. Great redaction of pr.ee to tne wuoiesaie tratte. Agents wanted In every city and town. This valuable pain destroying remedy should be in every family. The timely nse of this medicine has save-1 the people an immense amount of suffer ing aud thousands of dollats. Its efficacy as an in stant relief Ifor pains of every description, has ba come thoroughly tested. It has proved potent remedy for horses, curlus thoe animals speedily of colic or bote. Hundreds ot references could be given where lhese noble animals have been saved by tne timely use 01 mis preparation. repurchasers of the celebrated medicine de scribed in this card will re sure and not be put oft I wttb inferior or nnRnown articles, ji you cannot flud what you desire in one store, you will at anoth er near ny. Tke only the genuine, l'rice only 3-tc ana f 1 per do. tie. AOaressan orders to A. H. YORDICK. Chemist and Druggist, St. Louis, Mo. Price50c and $1 per Bottle If not sold by your Druggist or storekeeper, we 1 will torward oy express 10 any aaf ress. 11 ALP UOZKN,8JIAl.I f 4 5t Half Dozen, laruk 5.00 75,000 BOTTLES Sold in 1876 of This Liniment. Testimonials. St. Charles. Mo Vordick's Rheumatic Liniment is wonderful. was laid np for 18 weeks; tried everything I was told ; doctors could do nothing for me, until I was told to try one bottle of Vordick's Celebrated Rheu matic Liniment. It cured me, and l must give it all the praise. My case is too long to tell you all here. Address me and enclose a stamp and I will tell yon an about if. a ours truiy, Geo. J. Boenker. Prop, ef Washington House, corner Clay and Sixth streets, St. unancs, mo. St. Louts, Mo. It is a sura enre for Neuralgia. . John Power9. St. Louis, Mo It cured my back. I suffered a great deal. johnathan s. rudolph, St. Chari.es, Mo. I st-y it now. Geo, F. Boenker. I recomttend it to everyone. It always helped in onr tamlly. Mrs. f orstkr. Six Mile House, West St Louis. St Louis. Mo I can recommend Vordick's Rheumatic Liniment. I never saw any Liniment to beat it. Yours truly, Dakiel Prikcb. St. Charles, Mo I recommend it to everyone for the above com plaints. This Liniment has done great wonders Youre turly, Fred Hackman. t. Louis. Mo. I can recommend Vordick's Rheumatic Liniment as one f the greatest Liniments the world can pro duce I bad a very sore band, sprained while catching a fly ball. 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BATCHELOR'S IEI ttTOlE Black or En wn for tinting theJHa. Whiskuraor Mustachois without greasing them. Sold wholesale and retail at factory, IV Bend St. w York, and b all dioggUw. Aik for then. Manufacturers LOW PRESSURE' MQSTCqWMETHOP iCJRANEIBHEED&COrciNdfil CHICAGO WHIP SOCKET MANUFACTORY. Thb Peerless. The Gem mm Patent Allowed. Patent Allowed. KSfN. B. A full line of samples sent by express I on receipt or f 3.25, witn privilege or returning ny paying express cnarges both ways. The Luxury." FOLDING BBBJW W Comfort. Durability and Cleanliness. Also the "Domestic," 3 Row Spring Bed. S. n. REEVES & CO.. 308 Stale Street CHICAGO. 62 Bowery NEW YORK Sena for price list. Centennial Exhibition Prize Medal Awarded, Eagle Anvil Works I Established 1S43 Made at the oldest Anvil manufactory In this country. All linalish Anvils, after a time, become hollowing on the face by continued hnmnierine in use, on account of the fibrous nature of the wrought irim ixurm: u 10 - seine, uncer tne sieel. But the body of the Eagle Anvil being of crva- tallized iron, such settling cannot occur; aud the sieei iace tnereiore remains perfectly true. Also. it has the great advantage, that beinc of a more solid material, and. conseotientlv. with lees re bound, the piece forged receives the Kl'LL effect of the hammer, instead of a part of it being wasted Dy me reoonna, as wltb a wroucnt iron Anvil. More work can therefore be clone on this Anvil with a hammer one-fifth lighter than required for a wnracm iron Anvil which is more e astic. l tie working surface is in one piece of Jessop's dest tool cast steel, accurately ground, bard encd and riven the proper temper" for the heav ' wots. ioe norn is oi tonub untempored steel The cast steel surface is warranted to be oughly welded and not to come off. PRICE LIST. October 1st. 1S70. Anvils weighing 100 lbs. to 800 lbs. 9 cts per lb. smaner auviis, (."Minims.") lrom f 2.75 to fa each. Dooley's Patent Combination TOE-CALKS. Tut np in boxes containing 25 lbs, each. These Toe-Calks are made from Steel converted from carefully selected brands of Norway and Swedes Iron by a special process which ensures the utmost ease ia welding, together with the greatest durability in wear. For sale by all iron, steel and hardware dealers I throughout New England. Mannfactured solely oy v.:. r. LJiv tub. s CO., 3WJ Dorchester Ave., South Bocton, M"ss. ECSOM-STSETCHES. PREKN'S PATENT SHIRT-BOSOM, STRETCH- VJ er and Ironing Board. Most perfect, durable and cheapest ironing-board in the world. Alway ; ready for use; neer's no adjusting; fits any shirt- nt;ver out oi order. Agents v an tea. GKEEN BROS.. Manufacturers. 150 LaSalle Street, CHICAGO. ENGEAVINS EDUCATIONAL. J. et MS' Special Advantages. 1. Eight eminent Professors as Instructors. The Best and most ElegaDt Rooms ia the West. 3 Boarding Club. Good board $1.50 to (2 a week 4. Three First class Penmen constantly employed 5. Superior individual instruction in Book-keeping. . Commercial Law. Invaluable to business men. T. Commercial Arithmetic, thorough and practical. i. Unequaled advantages for learning Telegraphy, 9 Scholarships good in Forty Colleges. 10. These advantages are possessed by no othe School. Address MONTAGUE & LILLTBRIDGB-' Davenport, Iowa y Please state where tou taw this card. fJ a siesta "S 5 c 8 f ;U: s; K - ? ! 5 V- 2 - - S f if w oHi,fS Iff f :sists t j . c 0 c M 9 it! s i-J rfv . . is-, r SOAP. 4-'II - J For the I-anndry 0r Toilet is EQUAL to White Castile Soar, for It is made of PURE TEC KT1BLE OI 1-.S, aod by tb. game process, which retains all the natural healing qualities of thn oils. It costs MO DUTCH LESS than the Iniportsd article that it is rapidly coming into general household we. The ni of Colo&io Soaps is condemned by fhysicians as liable to produce akin vuij uy zruuvittt a. uuui, viuciunau. Doia dj au MISFIT English Brussels, Three Ply and Ingrain, also, Stair Carpets. velvet ttugs, LTunib uiotns, LM UIoth9, etc, very cheap at tbe Uld rlace 112 FULTON STREET, Carpets carefully packed and sent to Send for Price List. WISE GOODS. J. MONEY & CO., Manufacturers of Diamond Wire Window Guards OFFICB AND COUNTER RAILINGS, Fire Guards, Selves, Riddles, Screens of all Descrip tions, ana W ire Worn generally. Office, 207 Second Street MILWAUKEE, WIS "Also sole Agents for German Insect Powder 33AIES. DOWN WITH HIGH PRICES. CHICAGO SCALE CO.. 634 70 W. Monroe Street, CHICAGO, ILL. 4-ton Hay Scales, $60: old price. $1C0. All other sizes at a great reduction. All Scales Warranted bend for circular and price list. WOMEN! USfE LYDIA E. PIITKHAM'S Vegetable LOfTipOUnCl I O I THE SURE CCRK FOR PROLAPSUS UTERI, AND All Female Complaints ! A Remedy that is rapidly taking tbe place of all other Preparations for tbe i Cure of all Female "Weaknesses 1 This Compound, which 's purely vegetable, baa entirely cored the most stubborn cases that have baffled the skill of onr best physicians, and thous ands of persons who were considered as incurable before this remedy was discovered have been re stoied to perfect health by its use. Worth $1,000 in a Single Case. Burlington, Vt , Dec. 15th, 187(5. Mrs. Ltdia E. Pinkaaii :-It is with pleasure that we are able to say that in every case reported to us jour Veoetablb Compound has given uni versal satisfaction. One gentleman told us to-day that it had done his wife ia thousand dollars worth of good, as he expressed it. Our customers with out a single exception, speak of it in the highest terms of praise. You are at liberty to make use of this in advertising if you cboose. Yours very re spectfully. 11. B. STEAHNS & CO., Drucgists. t2TThe Pamphlet "Guide to Women" will be sent free to any address by enclosing stamp to LYDIA fi. PINKHAM, Lynn, Mass. Lydia E. Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Is sold by all Druggists at 1 per bottle. Whole sale Agents George C Goodwin & Co., No. 38 Hanover street, and Carter, Uairis Hawley, No. 356 Washington street. Boston. JAMAICA BEWAEB OP WORTHLESS IMITA TIONS AND COUNTEEJ EITS. BROWN'S ESSENCE OF PREPARED ONI.T BY Frederick Brown PHILADELPHIA, PA. THIS RELIABLE PREPARATION, one of he oldest of American Pharmaceutical Products, still aaiiiiains lis enviaoie reputation, ana a nets a steadily increasing gale without advertising, and in spite ox piracy. Ita h'gh reputation has tempted the cupidity of parties, whose only excuse for their unfair simula tions, exists in the great popularity of the original. auu accMieuiai similarity oi ineir names. BROWN S ESSENCE OF JAMAICA GINGER is protected by tbe private Proprietary Stamp of the manufacturer, which ia incorporated with the steel plate engraving, The attention of Druggists and the trade geterally. is cmiea w iu rrice L.181 oi SNQUSH & FRENCH MEDICINES AND PHARMACEUTICAL PREPARATIONS, Which will be mailed on application. FEEDEEICK BROWN, Established 1833 1 IMPORTING, MANUFACTURING AND DIS PENSING CHEMIST, North Sast Corner Fifth and Chestnut Streets PHILADELPHIA, PA. Brown's GINGER will be found invaluable In all cases of Cramp orother disorders caused by change of water or bad watvr, and a few drops used regu larly by travelers will usually act as a Preventive, and ward oS such attacks. To the aged and those recovering from illness, a small quantity with a ittle sweetened water will be found to give strength and refreshment: the Ginger having no reaction, which is the great objection to the nse ol alcoholic stimulants. Producing all the good effects of a Mustard Plaster, (without the possibility of blister ing tha ekw.) iu application on flannel is moat effl MC'J. And in the case of persona predisposed to Rheumatism and Gouty Affections, ft la nf imftt. J aerviee, (need to rub with.) a jMwaw oi gouateiita, ... . grocers. CARPETS. - - - NEW YORK. any part of the U. S. free of charge. J. A. BEND ALL, A2TIFI3AL HUBS CZ B0BERT BATY, I 1 Manufacturer of JI ARTIFICIAL LIMBS. Office for the Northwest of Dr. Bly's Celebrated Patent Limbs, as the following will show : Rochester, N. Y., Sept. 1, 1S7-1 Robert Batt, Esq., Milwaukee, Wis. Dear Sir: You are the only party authorized make my Patent Lege in the Northwest, there be ing no one in Chicago authorized to manufacture any of my patents. Yours tc, DR. BLY. Bly Limbs manufactured on Government order? Apparatus for Shortened Limbs and all Deform! ties. For particulars address ROBERT BATY, 105 Wisconsin Street Milwaukee Wis. Bound Trip Tickets for Land Buyers. THE BURLINGTON & MISSOURI River Railroad Land Company ARB OFFERING SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO those wishing to purchase tbeir valuable ltind, in the way of Low Prices, LoDg" Credit and Low Interest. Through their agent-, JOHN OCHS & SON, of Davenport, Iowa, they are selling ronnd trip tickets from Rock Island to any point where thtir lands are situated in Southern lewa and Nebrs?. comprising some of tbe finest land in the We-;, which is situated within the great '"agricultural bolts," where poor crops are unknown. The prUe of these round-trip tickets is applied on the first payment of land purchased from the Company. Reduced rates on this railroad are given to families going to locate on the Company's lands, and aio a heavy discount on freight ratea in car-load lot oi goods, stock, etc., which is for the settlers' own nse. For tickets, raaDs and description of la&d, prices, terms, &c. call upon or write to JOHN OCHS & SON, Davenport, Iuwa. Corner Second and Harrison streets. ELLING THE "INFALLIABLB FIRE KIN- DLKR" pays better thsn digging for Goid ! : My Agents have sometimes made as high as $50 In a day 1 I Every family in some entire towns, even, have bonght one Thousands of Testimonials and Diplomas from all parts of tbe Union! Six years of nse. with incressin? and overwhelming sales. Agents wanted for every unoccupied Town and County in the States and Canadas. Circulars riving full particulars sent on call. A Kindler sent to any one wifhicg to become an Agent, for 50 cents. Agents receive their territory free. Address R. P. SMITH. Drawer 12, Beloit, Wir. Hotels. BINGHAM HOUSE, Eleventh and Market Streets, PHILADELPHIA PA. First & 2nd Floors, $3.00 per day; 3rd & 4th Floors t",SO per day. Curlis Davis, Proprietor. PEORIA HOUSE, East corner Public Square, PEORIA ILLS. Ciias. A. Diisi, Proprietor, Rates reduced to $5 Ot ; f 4 50; $3 00 per day. AMERICAN HOTEL ChesUat Street, opposite Independence Hall, PHILADELPHIA, PA S. M. HEULINGS, Proprietor. Dally A Rous kept on file. Chas. RK8itiR. rcierks Ben. W. Swopb J. U. Birkt, Book-keeper. WALNUT ST., HOUSE Walnut Street, Bet Cth and 7th Streets, CINCINNATI OHIO diwly C. S. GREEN, Proprietor. BAENUM'S HOTEL, ST. LOUIS MO IN order to meet the wants of the transient rat rous of this Hotel, rates have been reduced to $4.50 and $4.00 per day, according to location of rooms. Its eminent standing will be fully main tained in every particular. L. A. PRATT, Proprietor FEEN CH'S HOTEL, ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN, Opposite City Hall, Park, Court House, and New Poet Office. 1ST JEW 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 Elegant Dote have spared neither money or pains in furnishing and improving the house ; and with the improved Otis Elevator, recently put in it cannot be excelled for convenience and comfort to the traveling public COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL, Corner of Chambers Street, and West Broadway, NEW YORK. ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN. First-class accommodations for400gueets. Loco ted conveniently to business and places of amuse ment. Cars fro: in :r all depots pass the door. Rooms from $1 to $5 per day. Newly and handsomely fur- nlsbedand decorated. N. & S. J. HTTOGTKS Prnnri.tnr. N. Hngglna, formerly of Manha ten Hotel. S. J Hugglne, formerly of Lovejoy's Hotel. HOTEL DOVENSHIRE. Opposite Grand Central Depot, on 41st and 42d Sts. Lbet. 4th and 5th Avenues, New Tork. T(i Hotel Devonshire is a new first class Uo. tel, elegantly furniBtied and well ventilated. Every room ia bright and cheerful. The hotel Is a modern structure, built expressly for a first-class boue,and has every modern improvement. It is conducted on the European Plan, at moderate charges. Persons visiting the city will save carriage hire and secure tbe best accommodations for Ue smallest cost, by stopping at the Hotel Devonshire. ASHLAND HOUSE, Fourth Ave. Cor. 24th St., New YorkaCity. A merican an(JIEuropean. Plan. The central location of the "Ashland" makes it a very desirable place for strangers, being one block from Madison Park, also Broadway, and ouly a short distance from any of the principal places of amusement. . By taking either SSd St cross town, or Fourta Avenue Street Cars, access may be had direct from the door, to any part of the city. MR. EDWARD A. JOHNSON, will be found in charge of the office, where he has presided for elgM years, and will not fail to g- "$2S22ZtU. HJ per Day Rooms H P--J Proptiet.r wnoiesaie ana retail gi