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Frilay. August 31, 1S77. sooiatea would do well to remember. They are now havmg their ovations, and are ex pounding their polioy. Bat in October and November a defauded people and a betray ed party will rise and rebuke them as they rose and rebuked Andrew Johnson and his foolish advisers. ' The Grover Investigation. W. B. Hisbr. one of the assistants of Morton & Co. in the scheme to prove that fraud and bribery were used by the sup porters of Governor Grover, of Oregon, for the purpose of electing him United States senator, has confessed bis guilt and split upon his '"pals," Hii?by, shortly after the senatorial investigation into Senator Grover's election, was indicted for subor nation of perjury, and thrown into jail in default of bail. As the presidenthas, thus far, failed to interfere to stop this prosecu tion, which is evidently based on politics operations, Iligby has concluded to con fess, and he puts his confession in the shape of an affidavit. He says and swears that A. W. Waters, the United States marshal of the state, and John D. Kelly, the collector of customs at Portland, hired W. II, Stiles to make the affidavit to the effect that Gov. Grover offered to and djd pay members of the legislature for their votes on the senatorial question. Higby says and swears that the arrangement for this affidavit was made at a hotel in Port tnd, that he was present and heard Waters and Kelly tell Stiles what evidence was wanted, and arrange to pay money if Stiles would swear to the statement He also fays and swears that be(Higby) was employ ed by tho same parties to procure other lalse amdavits, and that tie did procure them and was paid for so doing. He also says and swears that tho purpose of Mor ton and the other conspirators was to des troy Grover's influence in the senate, that Morton was informed of ail these facts that Morton advised him not to ko before the investigation committee during theses sion at Portland, but to go to Washington on tho promiso of receiving his per diem and mileage. It is now in order for Mor ton's friend to present evidence in opposi tion to these charges. A Hit toilo Parallel. Tho New York Sun reads Hayes and his junketing cab'iDet a little history, as fol lows: In ISOo Andrew Johnson stepped into tho White House over the dead body of Abraham Lincoln. Constitutionally stubborn to the extreme, Mr. Johnson, regardless of loud protests, soon afterward initiated a southern policy which was in antagonism with the sentiments of the leading aggres mv elements of the party that had elected him to be vice-president. The head men in Johnson's cabinet, and those to whom hi had given othces. told him that it was only tho disappointed politicians in the rarty that were opposed to his policy, and that the republican masses wereio favor of it. and would embrace the first opportu uity to demonstrate this in a very marked manner. So, in the summer of 186G, after the pol icy hud cot well ogoing. Andy started out on a junketing tour to nhow himsclt to the iiconle. Mo took Mr. Seward, tho secre tary ot state, and one or two other mem bers oi the cabinot along with him to help make the speeches, while Grant also fell into line to heighten the show and aid in the ciitui, the smoking, and the drinking. With heads full of conceit and hands full of patronage, tho cavalcade started from W u-ituotf'"!) in lugh pico to swing round tlie circle" and expound "uiy policy." The tirt considerable stopping place vraa Philadelphia. Andy and his body bad an immense reception. The sight Hccrs dined them, they packed the streets for blocks around their hotel, and Andy was greeted with terrific cheers, smothered with flowers, and almost blinded with cul I'ium light. On the way to New York the train could hardly push icsclf through the intermediate c'.ties and villages for the throngs than had gathered to hear Andy give them a touch ot his "policy," while in return they scream el like Bedlamites at him and his compan ions. Arrived in this city, he was welcomed by the mayor, and as the president and Mr. Seward and Gen. Grant and the rest rode up Broadway, the people started and shouted, and got up such a noise that some newspapers called it "an ovation." The ehumher of commerce, or something of the sort, gave the junketers u splendid dinner at Delmonico's and Andy made a great speech about the constitution and harmony and union. All the way up the North river bunting was throwu out, artillery thundered, Andy spouted and shook hands incessantly, Sew ard now and then threw in a few witty words, while he never talked like a fool, and so they entered Albany under a tem pest ol applause. In the evening the street in front of the ftolaven was filled with a bellowing throng, to whom Andy and some of his suite gave an exposition of "my policy." From the state opital to Niagara Falls in was a ceaseless round of greetings. At tho latter place Mr. Sec retary Seward mado a short xpeech that became memorial. The republican state convention has just been held. It sullenly refused to endorse the administration, shied u stone at "my policy.' and nominat ed u ticked to match. Gov. Seward might tie suppnaud to know the state of New York. Ileferring to the proceedings of the state convention, he told the multitude at Niagara that the republican candidates would be defeated by a majority ot 40,000. Tho concern next invaded Ohio.receiving all through that State what the tele graphic despatches called "a series of ova tions." At Cleveland they had a high old time. Andy, his head a little elevated with the enthusiasm and the whisky of tho occasion, struck back at Lis opponents. giving them, in the language of one of the reports, hell under the shirt in the pre neiico of 10,000 admiring auditors." And thus it was all through uorthern Ohio and central ludiana to tho grave of Lincoln in Illinois, and thence homeward to Washington via Cincinnati and Pittsburg; hundreds of thousands listening to the president's speeches and the jokes of his secretaries, and shouting themselves hoarse over they hardly knew what all of which Andy and his following construed into an approval of him and his policy, and thereupotj,they grew moro conceited, con fident, aud arrogant. Well, indue time the response came. Pennsylvania and Ohio voted in October. The republicans of Pennsylvania elected an anti-policy governor by more than 17 000 majority. In Ohio no governor was to bo chosen, but the republican congression al tickets received in tho aggrcgata a majority of about 20,000, every republican congressman with one exception being hos tile to Johnson's southern policy. In No vember, the republicans of New York, in the faco of Mr. Seward's prophecy that. tney would lose the state by 40,000, carried it by nearly 10,000. Aud, moreover, the house of representatives that was elected the year that the president and bis cabinet swuDg round the circle, was the very Louse that impeached Andrew Johnson for high crimes and misdemeanors. There is a lesson in these events that the iraudulent president and his junketing as A Magnetic Care. From the New York Times. Nature has so constructed the ordinary girl (filia domestica) as to enable her sys tem to harmlessly assimilate needles when introduced into the stomach by way of the esophagus or, in short, when swallowed. iris have been known to swallow dozens of needles in small successive doses with out experiencing any unpleasant effects. Needles, when thus introduced into the stomach, quietly meander through the in terior avenues and lanes of the swallower, and ultimately emerge in the most unex pected localities without having given rise to any perceptiblo symptoms. V hy girls ever swallow needles i a mystery as, in deed, is everything that every girl ever does Still, they do swallow them, and are none the worse for it; a fact that is the despair of inquisitive scientific persons. On the other hand, a needle, when in serted into a girl through her surface. creates more disturbance than is created by twice the number of needles thrust into double the Quantity of young men. If a young man unwarily prick's himself with a needle, he merely explains to the sur rounding universe the Calvinistic theory of the future state of the unrcgenerate, and then says no more about the matter; whereas the girl who finds herself pierced by an unexpected needle, devotes the re mainder of the day to nerves, doctors, and patent pain killers; and cherish a lively anticipation of lock-jaw for several con secutive weeks. We may not understand the reason of these things, but we know that they are so. Hetce. when a girl swallows needles, we simply look at her with wonder, love, pmazemcnt; but when a needle breaks into her system by some other and irregular way. we hasten tor doctors and pincers. The experience of a young lady of Ade laide. South Australia, in the matter of in serted needles, deserves to be brought to the attention of the American public, both because of its scientific value and of the beautiful lessons of fortitude which it con veys. In an unwary moment this young lady was pierced by an accidental needle to an alarming depth. In fact, the needle entered the flesh so deeply as to vanish completely from sight without leaving even tho slightest apparent wound to show its precise locality. Of course, the young lady knew in a .formal way where the needle was. The pain caused by it ex tended over a large area of her person, but she could indicate pretty clearly its posi tion. Still, as in the case of the traditional skipper, who, pasting the palm of bis hand over the lowtr halt ot the chart ol tho North Atlantic, remarked to his ad miring mate, "Now, we're somewheres hereabouts," thero was an undesirable vagueness in the young woman's descrip tion ot the location of the needle. In these cttcumstances the attending surgeon an nounced that he would be compelled to prospect for tho needle by sinking a series of shafts and driving galleries and trenches in different directions. He assured the patient that in time he would certainly strike the needle and exhume it, but that mere aimless digging here and there would be grossly unscientific, and would probably fail to find the desired object. Just here it may be well to say that there is no real ground for suspecting the young lady's small brother ot any share in the disaster. Of course, every one knows that the small boy u addicted to strewing the chairs of school teachers and large clergymen with pins bent in 6uch a manner as to present the point upward; but as needles cannot bo bent without breaking they are never put to a similar use. More over, the Adelaide press is unanimous in asserting that a "settee," and not a chair, was involved in the affair in question. Now, no small boy, however good and intelligent he muy be, ever places sharp instruments of torture on a ''settee" a term believed to be synonymous with sofa, The element of uncertainty would enter altogether too largely into such a plan The small boy could not possibly tell upon what precise part of the sofa his intended victim would seat himself, and he would never prepare for himself the bitter dis appointment of seeing a fat clergyman sit down upon one cod of a sofa unconscious of tho pin placed tor him at the other While these arguments go very far to show the improbability that the young lady's brother was the final cause of her disaster, the fact that she had no brother whatever definitely nettles the question. Probably she herself dropped the needle on the settee and forgot all about it until circum stances brought it sharply to her notice. No sooner had the surgeon made his diugnosis than he produced his excavating tools aud his bottles ot chloroform, horse liniment, and other palliatives, and took off his coat with a view to immediate action But to his astonishment the young lady peremptorily declined his services. She was ready, so she said, to have the needle properly extracted, but she declined to be viewed in the light ot a mining placer, and to havo her surface rendered rough and unsightly with wounds and excavations w hereupon the discomhted surgeon packed up his implements and departed with much dignity, assuring her that the needle would soon nnd its way to some yital organ and cause her to perish miser ably, For three long weeks that unfortunate young lady kept her bed, lying in a con strained and painful position, but neve onco showing any evidence of the suffering which she endured, except by howling and tearing the sheets and pillowcases. Every one said her patience and sweetness were more than human, and that she was more of an angel than quite a uumber of distinctively unangelio persons. At the end of the three weeks a happy thought occurred to the young lady's father, lie suggested that the exhibition of a larire maguet would possibly bring the needle to the surface. Accordingly a magnet enormous size was procured and piaced in contact with the young lady s surface, in tho supposed ueighboihood of the needle 41hree days later the needle yielded to th attraction, gently forced its way out, and clung to the magnet as though overjoyed as its release from imprisonment. The young lady rose up from her bed aod en joyed, with a zest which she had never before experienced, the luxury ot sitting in a rocking-chair, and her father imme diately furnished Ids favorite newspaper with a lull account of her remarkable cure ihis story teaches the value of magnets and the beauty ot patience aud fortitude Let us hope that other young ladies who read it will feel strengthened to go and d ikewise. English paper: "ApersoB was recently sent to a bank for the purpose of drawing money. Two men stood near the place where he was counting over the amount he had received, some 600. One of the men remarked to him. 'You've dropped a five pound note,' pointing to a paper on the floor. 'All right, 6ir,' was the reply: 'I'll just put my foot on it for the present,' which he did and continued counting bis money. It was not till the sharpers learned that they were trying their game on a smart fellow that they informed him that the five pound note was dropped by one of them. Any thoughtless person would have stopped for the note and in all proba bility have lost the best part of the 000." SOAP l )M cu N r"Y 4y srjr - J A Valuable Medicine. Buchu in various forms has for many years been one of the chief articles in the Materia Medico. for the treatment of certain , diseases, among which are chiefly those affecting the urinary, digestive, and circulatory or gans. The difficulty that was long ex perienced in obtaining a preparation of this valuable drug that could always be relied upon for uniformity in strength and absolute purity led to the introduction ot Helmbold s Extract of Buchu, which tor tho last quarter of a century has been ex tensively used both by physicians and in house and family practice, and with very gratifying success. This medicine, like every other valuable thing, has been imi tated, and those who have use tor it win do well to see that the obtain the genuine Helmbold Buchu," the only pure and reliable preparation. Dr. Sabine's "Indian Vegetable Cough SvruD" is the infallible remedy for coughs colds, hoarseness, and all diseases of the bronchial organs. Iry a bottle, I' or sale by druggists generally. G-4dly. The Colonnade Hotel. Philadelphia, is model establishment. It is superb in both stvle and appointment and its table and service cannot be excelled. Important to Persons Visiting New- York. One of the best kept and most conveinient Hotels for Merchants and others to stop at when in New York is the Grand Union Hotel, nearly opposite the Grand Central Depot, kept on the Euro pean plan you therefore only pay for what you get. Everything is first class, and prices moderate, adapted to the string ency of the times, lou save the expense of carriage hire, and by leaving your bag gage check on the counter of the Hotel your baggage will be delivered in your rooms, fifteens minutss after the arriva of the cars, freo of expense. We you to give the Grand Union a trial. advi3e GLENN'S SULPIIUll SOAP. Thoroughly Cures Diseases of the Skiv, Beautifies the Complexion, Prevents and remedies kheumatism ad uuut, 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 rend's 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 Maths are insured by the use of (llenn's Sulphur Soan. which in addi tion to its purifying effects, remedies and PRE VENTS KHEUMATISM 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. 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First among the requisites of the toilet is a good article of Soap, but to procure it is not always an casv matter. Many of the most expensive iviaps in the market are made from coarse aud deleterious material, and their delicate coloring and f ranran perfume too often conceal the most repulsive im purities. The disclosures recently made public regarding this sut.jrct are positively startling, and deserv i.rious consideration. Scented Soaps are now known to be extremely objectionable, especial lv if ayrlh'd to the head : injuring tfce hair, irnta ling the scalp, and inducing severe Headaches. The character of the. ingredients may be inferred irom tlie ttatement ot a gentlemen wrio mates tue scent. ing of Soaps his business; he recently declared that perrons engaged iu this employment were short lived; from seven to ten years being the longest period during which the occupation could be fol- loweu. The difficulty of procuring a perfectly pure arti cle of toilet sonp is at last obviated, however, thanks to the enterprise and chemical skill of Mr. B. T. Babbitt, of New lork, the world-renowned Soap Manufacturer, whose immense establishment is by lar the greatest of the kind in the United 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 the numerous victories already achieved. After yesrs of patient labor and scientific experi ment, Mr. Babbitt has succeeded iu perfecting the composition of the Brest toilet soap ever intro duced. The principal ingredient are the purest vegetable oils: the manufacturing processes are entirely new and original, and the result is simply unpara.ii'ied in tins aepartmeni oi industry. x."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 nnequaled in its emollient properties, 't his Soap is not perfumed, the ingredients being of such absolute purity a to require no aid from chemistry to dissruise inferior materials. The most refined taste considers the absence of artificial perfume the , perfection of sweetness, and this peculiar characteristic of B. T Babbitt's Toilet Soap renders it the most healthful and agreeable article of the kind ever manufac tured. Though specially desirable for the use of ladies and children, this Sonp is equally appropriate for gentlemen's toilet, and as it makes a heavy lather It Is also one of tne nnest soaps lor barber's uss. It is just being placed upon the market, but the demand for It will soon become general. N. Y. Tribune. B.T.BAB3ITT. New YorkCitv. 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ASTIFICAL LIMES ROBERT BATY, Manufacturer of ARTIFICIAL LIMBS. v- 9 ' i Put up in boxes containing 25 lbs, eacb. 1 liese Toe-Calks are made from Steel converted from carefully selected brands of Norway and Swedes lion by a special process which ensures the uimosiease in welding, together with tin greatest durability in wear. for sale hy all iron, steel and hardware dealers throughout New England Manufactured solely "3 1" . JIJ-.W & CO., 3I0 Dorchester Ave., South Bo.-ton, M"ss. CORBETT Car -v. VSV..i i-."i. Si i I, - - - I ' 1. lZS V?JTi it" FOUR OUNCES Is snfflcicntfor a washing of three to four dozen pieces, and with one-third the time and labor, since, by soaking clothes with a solution ol it, very little rubbing is required. THE CHEAPEST SOAP IN THE WORLD. ASK YOUR GROCER. CORBET BOYNTON & CO., Hos. 31 S C5 XCcst YTuaJsgia Ct, Ciisags, m. niSTADGuOS AlBl IYE Is the safest and the test. Is instanUuimn In its action, rod preparation, and a favorite u it prodocea tbe moat natural shadeeof black or brawn, doe not stain the akin, and is easily applied. Iti s a standard Total AiseU Represented fl25,Bi0,G00 J prtetor, every wH -appointed tot- prwtefi rm V few tve " HOW WONDERFUL MBUMATIC HIT. For Rheumatism it may be acute or chronic or inflamatory rheumatism. Tic Dolorenx, Toothache, Headache, Earache, Inflammation of the Stomach, Koweleor Kidneys, Sprains, Strains, Lame Back, Bruises, Neuralgia, Cramps, Burns, Scalds, Moe- quuo j;i;ug, ungs oi roisonons insects, Chilbains, Deafne-s, Sunstrokes, Soarness and Twins in the feet. Le, Joints, etc., Lamenees, Swelling of the auees, reet, legs, r rosi uues, snapped Hands, etc. Aud in all cases where there is pain or dis tress, if applied over the part or part.-, will afford lmmeaiaw renet. BEST INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL. REMEDY IfcT LUSJ(J EKED. The best aud the strongest Liniment in th 4 world Prove it yourself by a trial. Urders with cah promptly u I leu. 1'rlce aoc aud $1 per botUe. Great reduction of price to the wholesale trade. Agents wanted in every citv and town. 1 his valuable pain deBtroving remedy should be in every family. The timely use of this medicine has saved the people an immense amount of sutter- iug aud thousands of dollais. Its efficacy as an in stant renei ior pains oi every description, has be come thoroughly tested. It has proved a potent remedy for horses, turina those animals speedily of colic or bots. Hundreds of references could be Etven where ihese noble animals hav beeu saved by the timely use of this preparation. taPurchasers of the celebtated medicine de scribed m this card will be sure and not be put oil with inferior or unknown articles. Jf vou cannot nna wnat you desire in one store, you will at anoth er uear oy. iane oniy ine genuine, Price only I o'Ji; mm i pur uo.ue. Auuress an orocrs to A. H. VOKDICK. Chemist and Drugeist, St. Louiu, Mo. Price 50c and $1 per.Bottie If not sold hy your Druggist or storekeeper, we win lurwaru uy vxpreH io any aonress. Half Dozen, small .$2 50 Half Dozen, lakge 5,00 75,000 BOTTLES Sold in 1876 of This Liniment. Testimonials. . . St. Charles, Mo v oraicK's ltheumatic Liniment is wonderful. I was laid up for 18 weeks; tried every thin I was told; doct rs could do nothing for me, until I was told to try one bottle of Vordick's Celebrated Rheu matic Liniment, lc cured me, and I must give it on iue Jii him: . ill J case is too long io ten vou all here. Address me and enclose a stamp and 1 will icn ju uii oui . 10ms truly, Gin. .T. Rmtvciu Prop, of Washington Ilonse, corner Clay and Sixth streets, 01. vnaries, mo, ,. , . . , . - St- Ici9, Mo, ju is u bu cure ior neuralgia. John Powers ' . , St. Louie, Mo, It cured my back. I suffered a great deal. ioHNATHAN S. RUDOLPH. , St. Charles. Mo. I sell it now. Geo. F. Bokskeu. I recomrrend it to everyone. It always helped in our family. Mas. Fohstek, Six Mile House, West St Louis. St Louis, Mo. I can recommend Vordick's Rheumatic Liniment. I never saw any Liuiment to beat it. l ours truly, Daniel Princis. St. Chablis, Mo. I recommend it to everyone for the above com plaints. This Liniment has done great wonders. Youra turly, Fked Hackman. , , ST- Louis. Mo. I can recommend V ordick'g Rheumatic Liniment as one i f the greatest Liniments the world can pro duce 1 had a very sore hand, sprained while catching a fly ball. Yours truly, John Dolan, Catcher of Red Stockinga Base Ball Club. , Bt. Louia, Mo. I always keep vordick's Celebrated Rheumatic Liuimer.i,iu the house. It ia good remedy for all it claims above. q o Gather, St Louis Four-Mile House. I recommend it to all afflicted. It ia a friend in the house, ours truly, Seth Chapkan, r . , Wareingtok, Mo. It is a ereat Liniment for all pains. It makes no difference where you have a pain, It will cure it. Youra truly, - Hskkt Row. , , j - Califohsia, Mo. It is a great remedy for Rheumatism aud Neu ralgia, 1 say it will cure every case. I am yoare, JoHW toward. j. -r,t Wentzville, Mo. I sell ordick e Rheumatic Liniment in my store. TheT all praise It every day when they come to me for it. Yours, Uknbt Wedebkekpeb. Thonsanda more of testimonials, but space does not allow more. Jefferson Avenue and Benton St ..ST. LOUIS. bold by mil RocklBland DrugjUtB. 4-ton Hay Scales. $60: old tirice. 160. All other sizes at a ?reat reduction. All Scales Warranted r-end for circular and price list. WOMEN! TJS(E LYDIA E. PIHKHAM'S Vegetable Compound THE SURE 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 1 This Compound, which 's nnrelv veiretsble b entirely cured the most stubborn cases that have bafiled the skill of our bet physicians, aud thous ands of persons who were considered as Incurable before this remedy was discovered have heen re- stoied to perfect health by its use. Worth $1,000 ia a Single Case. BcnuNGTON, Vr , Dec. 15th, 187G. Mus. Ltdia K Piskjam:- It is with that we are able to say that in every case reported to us your Vkhbtable Compound has given uni versal satisfaction. One gentleman told us to-day that it had done hiB wife a thousand dollars worth of good, as he exDressed it. Onr customers with out a single exception, speak of it in the highest n-ruiBoi praise, ion are at nueny io make use ox this in advertising if von choose. Yours verv re spectfully. H. B. STEAHNS & CO., Druggists. HFrhe Pamphlet "Guide to W omen" will be sent, free to any address bv enclosing stamn to LYDIA K. PINKnAM, Lynn, Mass. Lydia 17. PinJtharrCt Vegetable Compound Is sold by all Dniffsrists at 1 tier bottle. Whole sale Agents George C. Goodwin fc Co., No. 88 Hanover street, and Carter, Ua rig Uawley, No. S5fi Wash i net en street. Boston. i Office for the Northwest of Dr. Bly's Celebrated I Patent Limbs, as the following will show : ! Rochester, N. Y., Sept. 1, 1874. i Robert Batt, Ksj.. Milwaukee, Wis. Dear Sir: Yon are the onlyjparty authorized to . make my Patent Legs in the Northwest, there be ' ing no one in Chicago aithorized to manufacture anv of inv uateuts. Yours Ac. DR. BLY. Bly's Limbs manufactured on Government orders. Apparatus for Shortened Limbs and all Dcfonui ties. For particulars address ROBERT BATY, 105 Wisconsin Street Milwaukee Wis. Hotels. ALBE0 HOUSE, GALVA ILLINOIS. Opposite C, B. & Q. Depot. Akderson & Smith Proprietors. BINGHAM HOUSE, Eleventh and Market Streets, PHILADELPHIA PA. First & 2nd Floors, $3.00 per day; 3rd & 4th Floors t'i,50 per day. Curlis Davis, Proprietor. SILVES PLATED WASE, WILCOX SIM PLATE COMFY. Show Rooms, 21 Maiden Lane, 2V. 3'. Factories, West Meriden, Conn Manufacturers of Platod Tea Sets PORCELAIN LINED Ice Pitchers, Castors, WAITEES, i Coffee and Ice Water 'Urns. EPERGNES, FRUIT STANDS CAKE BASKETS, BERRY DISHES, Spoons Sc Forks, Pearl,Ivorj and Steel Handled KNIVES. &C, &C, &C. tThese Goods can ho found at all First Claaa DeaAre In Plated Ware. In purchasing call for T WILCOX'S QUADRUPLE PLATE, a PE0EIA HOUSE, East corner Public Square, PEORIA, ILLS. ('has. A. Dean E, Proprietor, Rates reduced io $2 Ot ; J2 50; $3 00 per day. AMERICAN HOTEL Chesti at Street, opposite Independence Hall, PHILADELPHIA PA S. M. HEULINGS, Proprietor. Dally Abuts kept on file. Chas. Riskier.. -Clerks- -Ben. W. Swori J. U- Berkt, Book-keeper. WALNUT ST., HOUSE Walnut Street, Bet. Cth and 7th Streets, CINCINNATI, OHIO dAwly C. S. GREEN, Proprietor. BARNUBT3 HOTEL, ST. LOUIS, MO IN order to meet the wants of the trans tent pat roua of this Hotel, rates have been reduced to t-i.CO and $2.00 per day, according to location of rooms. Its eminent Handing will be fully main tained in every particular. L. A. PRATT, Proprietor FREN CH'S HOTEL, ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN, Opposite City Hall, Park, Court House, and New iost office. NEW YORK. emei UDV . J. FRENCH A BROS,. Proprietors. All Modern Improvements, including Elevator huuuis, per aay ana upwards. NEWHALL HOUSE MILWAUKEE, wife J. F. ANTISDEL Proprietor. The present proprietors of thii Elegant Hote have spared neither money or pains in furnishing, and improving the house; and with the improvea 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 for 400 guests. Loca. ted conveniently to business aud places of amuse ments. Cars from all depots paws the door, ltooina from 1 to $5 per day. JSewlyand handsomely fur nished and decorated. . T M.48.J. HUGGI S. Proprietors. N. Huggins, formerly of Manha ten Hotel. 8. J Hnggiue, lormerly of Lovejoy's Hotel. ASHLAND HOUSE, FourthJAve.Ccr. 94th St., 2STew YorklCity. ,American'and European Plitrr, The central location of the ''Ashland" makes il a very desirable place lor strangers, being one block from Madison Park, also Broadway, and only a short distance from any of the principal places of amusement. By taking either 83d St., cross town, or Fourth Avenue fclreet Cars, access may be had direct from the door, to any part of the city. MR. EDWAED A. JOHNSON, will be found in charge of the office, where he has presided for eight years, and wil! not fail to give satisfaction to guests. Room and Boahd $2,00, $2,50 and $3 per Day Rooms $1 per.Lay aud Upwards. .HU. BROCKW AT, Proprietor y