Newspaper Page Text
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1870,
Tin: Gman Society of Ottawa tovecoB-
. .i..s cn.tlu fseraian XMmei ruuu.
ow.. ,.,. o. . .1-
Sodetia ia aU paruoi .-"-"- i ,
tag liberally to tae wi r , . - e- j
amonnt will he rawed in JUrua?.
The Governor has pardoned James K.
Bennett, convicted,-- August last, in John
son County, of wounding and maiming a
domestic animal, and sentenced to imprison
ment in the county jail for twelve months.
The Topeka Commoiueealth rays: "The
new coal mine at Leavenworth Li proving a
mine of wealth to that city. We congratulate
our water on her fortunate poMedon of bo
fine a casket of black diamonds." ' !
Ex-Detctt IT. 6. Collector Barricklow,
was taken before U. S. Commuwoner Price,
at Atchison, on Friday, for examination, and
on motion of U. S. Attorney Horton, the!
examination was continued to yesterday, to
enable the Government .to procure its wit
nesses. The bonds were set at $35,000, and
the defendant, being unable to give them,
was committed to jaiL
The decision of Judge Tde yesterday, in
the Anthony Mayorality contest, to be found
in the proceedings of the District Court, vir
tually decides the case againrt the plaintiff.
The substance of the decison was that al
though registrars who neglected or refused to
do their duty were amenable to the law, no
person not registered had a right to vote,
whether he neglected to avail himself of the
registration or was refused by the registrars.
The lact of his having registered must exist
before he had a right to vote.
Cosvictb. Three more convicts have
arrived at the penitentiary,' delivered by
Sheriff llerrick, of Wabaunsee County. One
..ftlicin, named Joseph Huber, is sentenced
Pr one year, and his crime consisted in steal
ing s jocket book containing $400, from Mr
Wcidenmn, of Council Grove. The cither
two are William ami Wesley J)ufl", father and
o-jii, who arc sent up for two years each, for
Mealing $115 worth offence wire from Cyrus
Thomx, of Wabaunsee.
Ixkokmatxo, wanted of Mr. Jo,iah Hill, ,
-I... !..(- W-1L '.aintv. Tfcast. aUmt riftceil !
fr . a " -ww..-, ,
month ago, Willi a neru oi raun-. jk at i
last hcanl from at Pawnee, on the 13th of j
January. He left behind him -four Miiall
.. mt j .i u
children, and his land is in liticatum. As
affairs, it would be an act of charity to his
children to give them any information of Ins ,
whereabouts or fate. Address Jas. B. Jones,
(care of Henry Stoneham,) Calvert, Hobert
son County, Texas. State press please copy.
Information Wasted About John
Williams. He left Frankfort, Marshal
County, Kansas, the last day of June, 1870,
for Washington County Iowa. He is twenty
four years of age,' about five feet ten inches
high, dark complexion, dark hair, and dark
hazel eyes. His whiskers were short when
last Keen. When he left' lie had on a jmir
of linen Kiiits, and carried a black satchel.
He was riding a three year old stallion,
1 -right lay, with a white spot on one of his
sin) jlders. Any information about him will
lie thankfully received by his wife at Was
Minvillc, Iowa. Maby J. Williams.
I'okcine. The havoc which hogs arc
making in yards, along sidewalks, and on
every patch of turf, suggests once more the
jin ipricty of having these rooters penned. If
this pen could do it, they should be all
cabined, cribbed, confined. But it takes a
vjle of tlie Common Council. Have not
enough yards been destroyed? Has not the '
dirt, filth and ploughing lasted long enough
Dj t!ieCouncilmn enjoy the squealing, the ! '
rooting and the general riot made by hogs'
running at large? The city is full of them.
No more voles can be made by sanctioning
this vagrancy. Shut up the hogs.
r the C'aaveatl.
, , ,, i.i ru
We copy from the Becvrd the follow mg re-
Krt of the Workingmen's Convention which
T,mliltf1 at Tormks on Tluirsdsv:
W vr. H,m. th Ir!dent of the Stale
';.: fi. .1 '......;.. i i...
irvniiiriLiiiii- uura iiic jij vaiuvii ur umvi
at 11 a. m. yesterday. He stated that thcob
jeet of the Convention was to put in nomina
tion a State ticket.
On motion of Judge Sanford, Capt. C. O.
Smith was elected temporary Chairman.
Judge Sanford and B. r. Sylvis were ap-
tKiinted temporaay Secretaries.
.. t.:.i t. juii... i'.a i s u'mi.1.
. -t.j;?-. i,wt. r IF tvuml.i. ..r
Cra'wfonl, and f. T. Moore of Xcmaha.
On motion of J. S. Vincent, a committee
,.l i :7..:.. -.....
Lee Countv; H. B. Carter, of Ixsivcnworth, '
. , l-,!' r v-.'..i '
TTaT moved lhaTa olmmhto
Kcsolutions be aPlHintc,l.
The motion wis lost and a rcccw was taken
.... i. , V "i. ... t
mi i o'V-'"-
A IJIiaiH-.'-i !-r.-vm.. t - - -
The Convention was calletl to order at 2:W'Vnr .. ., .
.it On motion the cwventmn adjourned.
The Ojmmittee on Credentials rcortcd
twenty-seven delegates present as entitled to
f-eal!, but said tltat all the credentials had not
Ik-cii handed in, and asked time to make a
further report. The committee; on pcrma
neiit organisation reponeu me louowing
the iiennancnt omcers. ror l'roident. t. ,
O. Smith, of Topeka ; ice-rresiilents,
Douglas of Cherokee, Moore, of Nemaha,
and Tollock. .'of Leavenworth; Secretiries,
; ... . ... .. . i
Sanford and Sylvis. Tlie report "vs adopted.
A Committee on platform was then a
liointed, winsisting ' of A. Sanford, It.
Sylvis, J. H. Mcintosh, J. S. Vincent and
Hugh Cameron. A recess was' then taken
After the recess theComniiljcc on Ec-olu-tions,
through, the Chairman," reported the
following - t
The workinamen of Kanras, without rrj-anl l
last political aJUUUoBS, ia dWeeate cvnmutioa.
asemUed',' approvisg or. the objects of the labor
union oqatnintion'and adoptinir, the prinriplc
pnm--J(acdtathe phtrferai of thcaaliowal lalmr
rrform party, aabmit to the. raters .of the State the
following additional declaration of principles:
1. That FMwranieats have tm rlrtt to impoK
taxes upon the propie except for the kxitlmate ex
pense of the pmroraret econoaiicallr aliuinU
tered. Z. That we are in fcrorof aneadlns the'ronti
lulloa of the State. so as tn Moniteau laws enacted
ly th LecWatare to be submitted to a rote of I lie
l-p!r, and receire' their aanetloa before Uking ef
fect. X That vc am in b ror of exeacptiag from tax
at ion SI, ooo worth of property instead of &00, as
now proridnt by law.
4. That the election of honest men to ofllce is of
more importance to the workiaipneo, and will do
more to secure them their lost rights, than can In
honrd kn by uinonla)r. blindlj-, the noniiners of
either Ihe m-eaHcd BspuUkan or Democratic
partM-f. v ,
.V That the, treaty- ajaHag power has no author
ity to make treaties, fso railed) with Indian tribes,
unlos authorized so to do by aa art afCboeress.
(1. That e4KhhaasanbeinK is horn Into the world
with a natural right to a portion ef the earth's sur
tax on which to saake saake luauelf a hoase, and
that any law which sends to destroy or abridge this
natural rixht is u'coaaUrt with the iwtrltof the
Constitution ef the United Kates, and at war with
the DriarlBtes of oar desaorratie republican institu
tion, aad tends at once to impair the freedom of
toe people ana aespou taemof uie muts or their
7. That "wewelcoBsethe orerlhrowof the Xa-
poleondyaaFty," aad "w welcome the birth of
a new lepeblicia rurays, sad extend sympathy to
any people aspiring to or strnsjrJiBjc fer Jiberty and
self-oremaaeat: aad we trust' that the present
struata In Eurspe -wiH result ia the downfall of
lmperiausas, aad tas nalsstshinit of a repuUion
8. TtatwearelnaiTorofth-reoralofall po
Utirat dhabiUuea eatafled oa a part of oar fcllow
dtlaessby the late war, aataaaaMty we shall
se our utmost exertfaas to brint slant that ftater
bsI aeellt smnaist tat people of oar eooatry that
maraed the aady hkssr y efesji repuslie, heHerimr
that the union of the States can only hesaBierred,
lalscbythenaionef the hearts of the people,
secared by wise saawaw4ssaV'artasajBai-ta arery
dtlaea nadsr Ihsasissnllsa sfias aafinii rmsr
aatea oftoaalftlaasl Hberty aad eoaaHty.
S. That theadalahsisflaofJaaaesiC llarrcr,
sitsmsiCssataar aT tka saaataT Kaasa, ia h
so bast Ms latnsars to laahlt thesa to secure relief
hesara Oawjiia by taarsMhst asaoaa theas Calted
nutsstrosps aswaaawaaaaassBy aad-sBsasHy pra
caredtolaaaBBSsase thasa 'nt ills Sibnml nf
their rsthts, and Mil Pinal to uaauie Ihe troops at
the rsewest of the ctvil -waVnrs ' of th- rmmtiea In
rUch uiy ww 4aritaaV
l --. -irr.r Tyjr
; unfit rftsuwtBraaaa.
t or tjnwassaam, sw. ssswswissss-- --
Slate. .... m
10. That we sympainisc wiaa in win , uu
all other settlers, wbo are stxaarliag (or their
rights against tha,aaay:siMrnaBd we pledge
them our support. - w
The convenUoa tkes fraoMded to bobu
nate a State ticket, awikinw reaotad that
it be viva wor-
Mr. Vinceat put ia BoBJinatasa OeergeT.
Pierce, ef Fraaklim ui r. foCaBKrea.
Mr. Moon put ia wmim hnw JYaaghasV-
ot ueaveBwona, ana vat. m
ted G. H. Hort. ofTopcka.
Mr Batt fl-cj. Vgh aatkor.
,;, to deciinc a Bominatioa lor Uua
The roll was tlien called and resulted as
follows: J.C. Vaughn, 13; G. T. Pierre,
5; G. IL Hoyt, 3. Tha Boauaation was
W.R. Johnson, for Governor, was bobu
natedby acclamation. Mr. T. Moore, of
Nemaha county, was Bomiasted by acclama
tion for Lieut. Governor. Mr. Saaford and
V. V. Barr declined the BQHiiaslion for
Secretary of State, and G. T. Pierce, waa
W. ti rowier, oi jeacrson cowhj, aaa ma.
McSUhcm, of Cofiey coaatr, wen pet in
nomination for Aaditor, and n ballot was
had with the following rank: Fowler 14;
McMahon 7. The nomination of Fowler
was made unanimous. '
T. S. Slaughter, of Johnson coaaty, wm
nominated by acclamation for State Ti
Harvey Moore, of Douglas coaaty, and H.
D. McCarty, were noaunatal for 8"P"
was nominated, receiving eleven Totes to ten
for Moore. The Boauaation was made
J. B. Mcintosh was put In aomination
for Attorney General, bat he refused to ac
cept. Col. Windsor alao refused to accept.
CoL G. II. Hovt was not in Bominatioa and
! after a ballot was declared nominated.
G. M. Harrison, of Montgomery county,
was nominated for Associate Justice.
A committee of three was appointed to se
lect a State Central Committee. The com
mittee was IL Cameron, A. Canaon, aad J.
A motion was passed that a committee of
five he appointed to wait on CoL Vaughn
and inform him of his Domination, and re
quest him to address the Convention. The
committee was Messrs. Vinceat, Moore,
I Cobb and A indsor.
1 The committee recommended the following
c, rv.-t.-l r vntmitt? J. R. Vincent.
Cherokee; II. Cameron, Douglas; B. F.
Jvlvin Leai-en worth: Josetih BrixKB. Frank-
I lin; L. W. Sargent, Nemaha; Isaac Fowler,
Jefferson; H. it. Tillman, Bourbon; T. S.
. laughter, Johnson; E. .Keeler, Crawford;
. C. O. Smith, of Toiwka, at large, and chair-
The committee appointed, to wait oa Colo
nel Vaughan, brought that gentleman into
the lull, and he again positively declined
the nomination. The declination being ac
cepted lion. A. Sanford was nominated for
- 323 - the ConVaUon
; ailjoumed tine die.
' j - j-
3IellBa: of the C'aaaty Cratnl
At a meeting of the Leavenworth County
Kn..l.i;nn I Vntnl Committee held on
Saturday, September 24th, the following
proceedings were held:
Mr. A. Hulston wa admitted as proxy for
K. J. Jeffries, of Alexandria Township; H.
Marcum, as proxy for J. T. Towne, of Fair
mount; II. Xewby, as proxy for John
j Hutchinson, of High Prairie Township;
Norman F. Fairchilds, as proxy for Mr.
Jcwctt, of the Thirtieth District; D. R: An
thony, as proxy for T. J. Darling, of the
First Ward, Leavenworth City.
Itwxs decided to hold the County Con
vention on the 29th of October for the
nomination of candidates for the following
offices: Couuty Attorney, Probate Judge,
District Clerk, Superintendent of Public In
struction, and three Senators.
Primary meetings will be held on Thurs
day. October 27th. for the election of Dele-
ratm. in the Townshin at 2 o'clock, p.m..
and in the Wards at 7 o'clock, p. m. the
halls to be kept open at least two hours.
The basis of representation will be one
delegate and one alternate from each town
shin in the countv and each ward in the city,
foreverv thousand inhabitants or fraction
The following resolutions were adopted:
Jlaoltttl, That for every delegate one'al
ternatc shall lie elected.
,lco!mi. That we recommend to the
Countv Convention that all voting be by
r nw, anu uiai no pro
iroxiea tie aamitieu.
skill be as follow:
First Ward At Chris. Staiber's.
Second Ward At Harmony Hall.
Third Ward At Latta's Building.
Fourth Ward at Turner's HalL
Kirkaooo Township at Cody's Precinct.
I Delaware Township at Speer's School
Katon Township at Kupp's mill.
'Alexandria Township at Sorimrdale.
i Tcncanoxic . Township at the School
House in Tomranoxie.
Hiffh rrairic Township at Prairie School
Keno Township at Keno.
sll(rllian Townshii-at Jewett's.
Fairmount Towpship at Fairmount Sta-
The following are the number of delegates
to which each Township and Ward m
to which each
1-lrst Ward, 7, Second Ward, 4; Third
Ward. 5: Fourth Ward, 7i Kickapoo, 2;
Katon, '2; Hic;h rrairie, 2; Stranger, 2;
Fairmount, 1; Sherman, 1; Keno, I; Ton
ganoxic, J; Alexandria, 2; Delaware, 2.
It is recommended that each primary;
mcetinc elect a central committee for the ea-
suinir vcar. and that Uie Convention choose
a County Central Committee of at least one
from each Ward andTownship. ,w
It ! recouimeBded that the !naiary
mectincs nomiaate candidates .for members
of the Lcgislature.where thelrmeaUdve
V,slV? - """J"" ". 7 A,"""4 """
that Districts composed of. more than one
Toa.rf.in select their own time aad modeof
'" t'''.''.. ,-J i.rT .-.-hnrWl
7 ,,c Chairman and Secretary areaiansed
to ituc a call for a convention, and publish
rthcNimein the Republican papers of the
Johk Schott, Chairman.
II. Moore, Secretary.
I a writkawt It.
I like to hear this sentence spoken by the
. :o- - .. ...... -. .. .
I sIkhiM almost feel sure that tne young iaay
who could clearlv enunciate them in turning
her hack on. a "love oi anai wnicu jam
mil her style and complexion, orinTefusing
a costly anil desirable dress, onereo on tempt
ing terms, and abide by he decision in
spite of certain Iittk regretful twinges (which
are sure always to trouble the heart" of any
woman who denies herself the buying of a
thing, when she finds it dirtcneap)wouiaDe
very likely to make a prudent and reliable
'f nn 7,x wltKn.it'kr' If we writild
alwavs say this when we are tempted by some'
lianusorac or conveo.en amoc "
not really need, but which we feel a desire to
Ihwscss. iwtlv because' 'it is so cheap," what
-, v..rii nriirniMowe fMhfhtaare ourselves!
Mrs. Tcnpencc7 whenrtie goes-on a shop
ping expedition, is so likery to fcrget that her
purse hasnHsodeepiDottoraasMrs. Fivt
twentv's: and so likely tbargoe that it would
oe so nice to nave tats areas ot " "t
because Mrs. Fivctwcnty had one just like it
If on such .occasioBs she wooW oaly bit
l.r.lr ofmnVIn witfMH. it." how mach
unhappiness, how many heart-laraing aBd
how many bitter tears she might saTe herself
-My 'dear Mrs. Tenpcnce, don't rcgnkde
your expenses' by those of Mrs. Fiietaentr.
Let Mrs. Fivetwcnty use het money as softs
her best, but do -vou rankle yonr expeasa
by vouractualBeeds. TaaaembcT,'! say-ac
tual, and not taaaeaBeeas.
If you will do this there will Bever he any
more occasion for mean Vt&e MhtulUger in'
getting money from MrTeapeapa; bo pre
varication as to how yoa have, spent what
von had before; bo need of Bilking a scape
soat of the ''iKwsehold" expenses,'' oe the
plea that "cverythiag ia that fiaeit i so idear,
now!" No presaonitory aMsnviaaa land
frightened (rembliags if tbeparceataad the'I1
bills suouiu nappes to come ia waue at
peace is in. ercr aajy aausw.jscwi'
and bitter desoairiacs over .eerhwa
bills which you hide away sojcaielarly ir
lenpence. unt taose oussi n
thev are! I know I'd Bever have
ing me by day aad by Bight Kke a
Payment is the only way to, hury these
ghosts of the past imprawhawaad want of
foresht. I'd tea thawa aaher'go witheat
an article, bo saaaterhuaj aadh 1 auaVd It,
than Bot to pay apoa si jialtiMt? 'Beatr
to sax I eaado w&fcoat HI 'w I weald do
withost it, toot Bat II a-ywT'wf-aBs
k:. .l.LrJ. uS .'ill ir mMeUI W 3Me!
aannaTa aa saamj -wwa aiaaaaw we sxsa aaaaiifBaB aaar saw .
witboBt:- - V. '" ' " SW? 9r f n
First of all, a clew waaviSBti ; tsjewWHyir
- fresh riM-y mouth of a comely yoong woman.
tor There ls Hiraetning so senstme, inaepeaueni
c m those five simDie words that
a cnmlul "af53?TBS8yn"BSh so
MadtoiBwifiil etf-acriSce. Utat job caa
eeMn..F4retweBtyla8nt by Touin.the
txapkaaneaT boaact aad; a new draw
that coat treble and ojadrupk what jwar,
own coaL and .aaW I aa l&Ltialjmrvtfr
tofr.BisWaiaa took ding aad poof ta.coav-.
tSiiSSSU tkelaUtof HftlMrtaeV,
aaaSas- pleaaaady, fl cmdo witWnt
all thiar " ,.. -- . ., ,."
Ai Boaaelr. article ona-aoBwly sabjact., A
- - ' - . ! awns asVaa
thJateaCTaUoB,4brflwtaagthat saUWktiiaj m
OMoftfevirtaea. Jt.aWteoan rxtmaai
in Mjrxaw. Bat can weaatasi .ajsoaadary,
toourwantel 0Draw.t)w,Jiae awnewlifra,
and with baa tithe of the anraluji thaa aaTed,
yoorjsHlalwava f &, M,iAdW
heln those juoreuafortunate ithaa you are;
aad;.iBsteadof faluBjtdewvaijDo, yoa,
will think that tWjhappinew, which rewlu
boa navmg, and giving ieTenr cheaply
earaed, aad worth more than all .the fine,
things the moDey.so appropriated could buy.
H. Glynden. n-jit
Mark.Twain publhea in the, Baftmlo r
praat.hk firk waxmP-" Hi explanation k.
better than thmap. Here it is:
i .. . IDTHSBEASBK..
The above map expkins' itself. ' .'.
The idea of this manqs riot original with
me, bat is hariwwed iroai' the 3Hm aad
the othrf'greai'Mcltopelnwn journals. -
I elaiai bo other merit for -this production
(if I BBBVaocaU'k); than that it is'accarat:
4"LjL.-UVmLAi rfiUvammw MUM' T&
which it Iran imiaUial:ft that in tbeM
wiaeaew than geograpmcai reiammnvy. .
laaaarach aatbai is' the" first tlmt'l ever
anything in the way of art-atalJ,the 'ebBi-
mendations uie wora na receiveu anu uie
have been very crateful to my feelines. And ,
eninunuaui;uiHWA ! swsfct mum.
people who know nothing at all about art. f
graved the map so that it .reads wronai ,end(
first, exceni to Jcflhanded.Pebnle. I forgot
.that jn. oroerJlo'makeTigljjn print it
should tie.orawii,ana ,engravea upsioe uowp.
However let student who desires to contem
plate the map atyid.pjj his .head or. hold it j
oore.lerWkbjgjglass'That bring it j
'Tlie reader will comprehend at', a, glance j
that pbat piece, of river' with ,the "High j
Bridge" oyer it got left, out , to one side bv
reason of a slip of the U)gravingvtool which j
rendered it aeccssary' to change the entire j
course of the river Blune' or, else spoil Uie
man & dor livlflVstltfinf f ITf ft iTaVM III dlftT- ?
jrinK and xouKuig at the map, I .would have
changed the course of the Atlantic Ocean be
fore I would have, lost so .much work.
I never had so much trouble with any-,
thine in my life as I did .with this map. 1
had neaps of little forlifkaUons scattered all,
around Paris, aiflrst, but. every now and
then my. 'instruments , would slip and. fetch
away whole miles of batteries aid leave the
victaity as clean as if, the Prussians had been
there. ; '' ". ,
The reader will find it. well fo. frame this
map for future reference, so that it inav aid
in extending jiopular intelligence ana dis
pelling the wide spread ignorance of heday.
. ' . . Mask Twain,
It is the only-map of the kind I ever saw.
' ' - ., . U. S. Gbast.,
It places the situation in an .entirely '.new
I cannot look upon it without shedding
tears. Bricuiam Yovko. '
It is very nice, ,large print, Najpoxeon- L
My wile was for years;, afflicted with
freckles, and though every, thing' was done
for her relief that could be done, all. was in
vain. But, sir, since her first glance at
your map, they have entirely left her. She
has nothing but convulsioas now.
If I. had had this .map 1 could have got
oat of Mctz without any trouble.
I have seen a great, maiiy maps in my
time, but none that this one reminds me of.
. , ,. Tkociil'.
It is but fair to say tat'n spine respects
it4is a truly remarkable map. '..,'" ,
, 'W. T. SlIEBMAN.
I said to my, son Frederick William, "If
you could only, make a niaplike that, I
would be perfectly wilHng(to sec you die--cvcrianxioiW,
Thr Fate era PrawitaB.Sy la a Htras- t
bars;'" ' Ian.
Translated from a-french IVukt.
In an inn at Stiasbaurg. some' Alcerincs. '
officers. suli-officcrH and French soldiers!
were engaged. in eating a comfortable dinner,
the first for 'eight days.,
A-strangcr qntcreil ami asked permWin
to join them at the tabic. , 'Gentlemen,"
said he, "although. I have not the honor of
being known to you, Ivani not a stranger to
the arand family of the army. Cniit. Bru-
not, of the Twenty-first line, is. my liest friend
almost mv brother.? ' . . .. 1
On account of Capt. JlnineV, although no
one in the room knew him. the stranger was
allowed to take a seat. He..had.aIJcady eaten 1 j
flip rtJrlrftr tiiiil tlie mrout. and, had com- !
menced to chat 'with his couipanions, when.) '
his evil destinv brought Into Uie room an;
officer of the Twenty-first. , ''
"Ah," said one to, the stranger, "here is"!
some one wIiq will give you news of .your.i
friend." ' ' ','. ",I:
"Lieutenant, we present, to you an intimate ?
friend of Cant: Knlnet.' '
"Of the Twenty-first." ' '
"We have never had any Capt,"-,Jlrunet
during the ten years 1 have been in it.". ,
The intruder was visibly embarrassed. He
stammered; and,1. in his confusion, betrayed a
fbrrian accent. ' ' ' '
i n . ii ... r ., ,'
borne inrcos tooK tne netitenani.asiac, anu
. "Are'Vousurc Calft.
iUrunct Is' unknown
"I give you hiyiwordof lionor." i
Theyiwere piirigrtojinake short" workof
llie'sfsybtithas. next aeighbir,'nBoftcerof
the fiwaVrars, .-urest'tdl thetn with a gesturVi
anil said:' .t ' 'tn i 1 c i f
1 "This Ratleataa is'undcr mr.carc. Dine
atvourease.i sir rPcriait we to pass I the
cheese.' 'Tales euwc (if these mirahellca.'?i'H
The dinner Was endedm silence. Thrr
wentoat. The officer took-the arm of thr
snv. tiassed inW thestreet. drew liisrevolwr,
and gravely, and without a word of remark,
blew out nis liram?;
Women ixtbk Pbixtek's L'xiox: Miss
j Mary C Grccav'of lmio,l-ho; has- Iieeti m-
pioyea lor snawimuan-cumpariwr in ine
office of the'publie prinlery was last night, by
an aimast unanimoas vote,-aumusni 10 aweto-
ion of this citv. :iftmstofW interest1' has
, T rt' j?-.i iz mii-
been maaifciaediri-gardina: theiresult of Miss
f Greca'a. application i for memhershrp; 'and
1 this is to be the first case Fn 'ibeeiintry'' in
wlach a female has 'beec Mantterl to mem-.
bershrp in-arsyphgiaahical anion governed
entires v, by meB.4HVaasafon CurnqHMtknl
ctkiJfcm YrlHrmIL n n .. '
, -HTheThiladeltoii pbei'' tJeorge.lT.11 Xl trumpeter; andthirty.-ooe metv
ker W said to be very Wchrid writnTdr l"',' The waaaen of Praada are said to
ibibhw inarpsBji ii - nniint'. . -
""" f" "' --,--- - .
4-Elihu Burnttreads tiie.Kble.in .twenty
eawTcat languages, v , i . i ,, , , ,
'' ieaeral.6iHel.Koi84T.iHloitha Third
Co;DterjcM,fight.. jiiA behalf of. .tJeaeraL
ocheack. IT,, ,-j, .h-hIm ,'rnii- -ti. h -i' ;
'-r-Mme. Ulricbj tha kifi ctf tlwBorerarJr
of sjtrsjajouiiL-iwws isacfamons ; rial an aw,
TatUoaL .11 A- 'C ' i -
Jfasby hai new'lecfnre for'thc rorrmg'
aWsaiTvrasy awa.weVa jfVi MVVtlasui S iiainM,ui4
"InfleaehTjf amari'Lrirf., L " n,-'1
The eldest am of Tresidont Tvler is aa
edhorat Memphis, '; , ".'
The Emperor of Ihissia.kas the largest
diamonds in the world.
The , warm-hearted and , ckar-headetL
Spanish Mimrter to Parish Olaiaga, has been
reSxled as a'phtnt ; C',lfa in.
aJbrd thus tb ouirfjR the rerablican seeti.
" . -,-:' -t ' iL? ". ii,.?"
to'sBeaark?,. , ,
firsta.liAorj, secowLj at.I)emoaaf.4BMt
iwni a. vi iaai t, j wjiian;. tl nfJBwi
aawiraa on fo fqwnwtL&maaUy. ,-, .
IT f riiiitiii iiaaioin taer&Msbatancra-
,i. '. ,
AoCwae he-aaaasaVsaAwv''i' -Jjsw - n - Pwt
thereare m the tbi
ihsls ssi i mTss isni-sshriw here
!1yit'4BBAVaasvl aaaariahhrta about a,
wrsaa.--- -,i ji "..-. ... -,
noaaaaj aiustiiw,'iiss-atiiiri ijm xae.vmatc
iiMXkgMl-f'TfTCn Frucclwli Sr I the
eeitaihaaHisi OarlaaVt tae'aKalnr.Hvrwl
TTT . - -:i : j- J
III afasfvm'sTsi'u-. t'- '""
waBBaaaasSBBassjaBi sswasasask. -- t "! atssPr-Bai t.Kaaa-w ------ -- .- iyi v-a. I - .ss- it
iagalrhe hewBtif hVlk if,' 'order Yo'ti ff" "Rl X"J!W TV
aay thoaghts or nrvs that may happep to SrsW!! JnJtiL A -i::" J
sv mimitt atskt tkwwh Jaia faaf. .lk It as aaasl bbmu tsc BBMnsB acecmarja-
. at .fc . ".f..:r-Tr.-.i r- anirr. ! j.. "e."j ..lii ip ' ii-tt -. -
m?mrwrmm:mam. w&n-mmj $-
A visitor a fiaV)(m writ-that at one of
the briJMat in pn ill given, at Coagreai
J --'-t-"l - - w
ahe.Girlof the Period.", TaaUress waa
aiisaajulhai, laaplapdiffly carried, cyt,
of tte.GieaiM aad, fsa-, aad walk f a
aaoderaWUe. She wa-aaakeahaToadail
datacthja, WRlwaathft lifaof she haU, kaoa--iar..eHfyWftlnd
aanBS theaa to her
tlUltofcUowaadidati ksw, bat she
baaWl.them all, aBdaaJdeatT escape with
bexmaslcthroiarh saaat .strtet entraace.to
I the ball roam. One gnitstmsn.from .ew
York baa ofiered z,wu wwam nr aer swr
ed so BearJy the tradiMoaalJhrillMmc of .wi
adroit, masker, thatahels hBated with.avid
itr, andk.thesmnssAionirf.thaiieason. Her
Jd .aa7maA -n ; DaDex and
sappoaedto beatwtawraiaay, saisa
mcoaiectare. SheisJaokel for atE.Uw
nnrnarhintr masauerabVwith.iatense later-
eST I saw her talking to Hon. Agustus
ScheJliani tleaatariCraaaar,4e'(2'wv lYork,
serptBls, Inrt'Uwsoothssyer'isk fruit this
- 1 1 km n-ftrr aarkwr wrkjkl
J . SkaUte an ot;r Jv . , ...
- Betstor,n6t;",-' "
: n r. i -i n '" "
v, .It atr be mine to drag fkjan
. Toll's beaTjefcaiu,.., i . .
" OrdaraodnlglitBjj-aieet tsytcirs
Oa bed.of alia. "
rr ben may surround luvbcarlli
.wlih'smilM and alee.
Or 1 mar dwelt alone, and mirth
i to me. . a r
MH Urk Is wafted to'tfie'trziil
BybtatliIHlDe;-l - -
t .JUidoaUielin there. mUabauU
. WbtrUua mine. t .
, Ahaw oa board; . - ,
Above tbe racias of the gale,
- ''''I tWrmyXord.
It ' i.i :
", I shall not fall; ...
' Ifuharp, 'tis short; If Ion?, lis light
H Uao pert all. "
1 Safe u, the laiKlsaie to the lan-l '.
' Theepdhthi-.; " '
And the with Hin go haud la hatMl
Far into bus.
Dean of Canterbury.
Latker'a Battle Uyaaa.
As Uie correspondents Xrom the' seat ,of
waxaiake frequent alluatons to the singing
of thai hymn by the Prussian, army, a few
words about it may not ,be uaiutercsting., It
was composed by Luther, while on his way
to the Diet of Worms, in 1521. Michelet,
in his life of Luther, states that, "On the
16th of April, Luther came in eigui ti
Worms; and at once, on beholding its,old
lil tnwon ho arose in his chariot, and
began .to sing the hymn ho had improvised
uie worua ana music oi wtiiuj .- v,i
Oppenheim, the Marseillaise of the Itefor
' . :;Ein ante Burg istunserGott.?'
Audio, another Catholic historian, says:
"HklVrtacar hymn so enectually aroused
the nobility, had the Emperor but given the
wordrthewholebody woald have sounded
to horse, aad have marched over the-Alps to
combat Borne, to the chorus of Lather's war
song.'? This hymn at once became very
popular and was the battle song of tlie re
formers dnrinw the Ionr years of war tliat
followed, which finally, resulted in tlie cs-
Itablishmentof religious and civil freedom
inCcrmanv. The arm v of tne creat oweatu.
hero, (iustavus Adolnhas. went into the
liattleof.Lulaet.. chaatina this hymn, and
such was the enthusiasm arousal among the
soUicrr bv it. that BOtwitbstandinK the. odds
against them, aad. .the death of tlieir brave
leader,. they completely, routeu tncir kjct,
and gained one of the decisfre victoria of his-.
The following admirable translation we
take from tlie Lutheran Church Hook:
'En frstc iiiirrf W mwer ' ' "
A mighty fortress U owr-fSwl,
,A trusty UrkLand waaavn; ii'
Tie helps us free from every. uccI
That bath us now o'ertaken.
The old bitter e ' '
. Cleans us deadly woo;
Deep iruile.and ereat,iuwht
Are his dread arms in (Iclit,
On earth is not his iual.
With might of ours can nought be dotir,
Sn' were our Io eftVcteil ;
' But Sir us Bahts the Valiant One
Whom Cud himself elected.
Jrsus Christ It Is.
Of Sabbath lonli' ' ' '"
.Andthere's aone ether tiwl -
.lie holds the.fiekl Jurcvrr.
TlKMisb devils all the1 wwrM chmil.r lill,'
All waitinx to deTour ns,
We tremble not,, we. fear no HI, -
Tliev cannot overpower us.
This world's prhMr may still
Scowl aerre as he will.
He can harm us none;. .
HeV judged, the deed Is dour,
One little word o'erthrowshiiu.
,.x .- '.(' ' -ti 1
The Word they still shall let remain,
'And not a tbank have fi.r It.
He'ahv our side upon the lain,
With Ills eood. (dfta and Spirit. ,
' Take they then our life, .
floods, 'lame; 'child and wire;
j When their .worst Is dM
They yet hate nothing won,
Tbe Kiugdoui ours reuiainclli.
TTCSN'Ar THE WAR.
The- rteameriiXaiipIeoii is .engageil in
r transporting .French; refugees to Knghrnl.
1,.'. During peace a regimcut is' quartered;
turougn war n may oe cot to pieci-s.
Y Miss'Prevost:Paradol has' cone ti E.iK-
land, to lrve."theri? during the war, with the
family of M. Tliiers. ' M
'- If Prussia 'succeeds in olrtaining AUaee
and Lorraine she will Iw.obliKed to double
Iter standing army.
Xajioleon has been ehaved. He had his
imperial taken offby theJrxencu jieopie.
' 'In the almanacs,'' says a French paper,
"woaad a-- list of nine Princes of -the IVjna-
jarte family; howniany of them are in front
oi tne enemyr.4i m t
i X'stafemchfis 'made officially by the
Prussian jsutKori; that, out of 130 IrencJi
officers Iwho are 'confined at Kon?gjburg,
Mvetocn'pl jiem eanno write jheir own
"me?L, .",mi j'l'v,' . ,.
. T.he njuchvehsul of war, Kem Hor
tensc .has" an apoaratua oa . ,boaid for produ-
jdngdectri?, lights, so strong that, rsons
I may read,by jt,4 aj.idisUace, of Asirjuiles.
I i f J 1 ... !.... ! Hnn... .1.:.. ....
If is jntcaded to show. die eiwmy's shiiv and
at the samojitirae daa;)c the-. .eyeK of her
Hw. .:;!. I' '
' A despatch from Casarl, date.1 the 12th,
hays' the Bsapefbr TaeweVthe'aMraifigr with'
some of his officers wlkrovJf the lawn or
rriakine lomr eavcamoas.- Ilis tether extends
1scveialauhsiia,aU.Tdnctioas, Jlis guard
consists of one .oSacr, two subalterns, one
i aaiiBiaa.TriT tiiiaaiwn inr inr care ot
thewonaslesV asthc ntenlare for: aiflitarr
svic. 8othreagr m tmd t to he the orgaa
.'izatioa ' thatl 4har soriattes know arecisery
wriem to'tanfbV'Utit-and i every kind of
sioreaia saw yaiteeaaniity that may be
I of setvios la-' aWwArsaslas , '
l '- !' '.-. -'- -.... - .:,.,?,-'
i jm. assKf n is in s' ucsn uinni i "w
I.;. imUHtiit.l4VliUtUl-iH,M f"mh-
basv. -1Forty:'centtes."firht konsi 'for
small kafJ- 'wrjrth. tiro sons: Justice has
hert 'done J' Closed br1 order of rha sovereign
peophfttllthe'eBdofthe'war" ' '
, Among the' historical ncr connected
with'Yerdtwr tt narrartd that during the
wars of tM'FMicKrTvilation;,'Bfteen. girls
of tk rbM-rkl uiioWffnrm years ofaze.
I were,set toUheguitotiae. for havirig danced
iauigiirn urrnnun maixi.
;c .The Gen. Ulrkh. who .hns attracted so
:Mraawjara,,2,.prBaaTi;-iJfl to imperial
Gbandj,- man; w said ;to be, ;an . officer pf the
JiignttAaliUtary; oaB,wheir srill do his duty
haviag their ba iaregard for the aeownal
sety.ofthe.jahaJtatiml. " 3 4,
',-! The FrawaahvhaTeahecome mortally
jraislofitha A'i iiisaa iiAxaatire .Preach
omcertremarkea: TiBe Javanaas arenot
iKJdien, tkayarelaailaj T The ant Xa
ikeoaeafard i thesa Tvhatjshterers ia- hk
they were langlniBornatety at ner
remarks. Vfho is the. "Girt of the re-
WTia'i4msinlr bar birds 'aad
' RccraiainywihffVjn very1, raimlly in
T. -:1 - -.- . . . ".'I. --. :.1..
rrance. ineTrmjieriumo iuiiiraiiuii jvwi
anu anaious.ro enin-ii iuc vihj ihuuuhi .-
ill ..la.ttalt.'Uia2JlUiiMltr f rtn' nnit
.' tTtl-T II 111 H I 1 " 1 '
r?mlB-'i SCWdmti the' great aat'bf1 the Cham-57-BauHaalgH-'wV,traH.TBwrei,is
tar;wbbIIlWV5''4,fX'lottJes- Ih his
!aS'&.'rl' 2". '.ewaaaeleaxatetf m
the chalk rraHalre! six 'mile rong, and tire
tsaverseo '-wan -naanraya, tnroarB-wmen
i j.a j? 1 ' Hiyt mi
aaauwa waguan arc uni ca.
,o- nr t
a- st ,. "r-F'--.a -zm
idol of all troops, pttbeooth Germans cs
acciaiv sDahkrlBi wai taawaaario a Wum-
-wa1d:7.T6ti feToarwral aaihrn- if 'you
Hewean the three atari
Geaeral apoB his shoaUrrt bat carries bo
other iasigBia to indicate hm rank or profes-
aaarw.joriaBUOKiaj, asm wiuas bhb vwrwj
'Major General Jeaeah Hooker" ( Fhrh t
iar Joe) has gone to thiflt Loaii(3iCch.)
Mtaerai SBriaaa for the beaewt of his health
which has been very poor for sosae tiaaa
ST. LB VIS AwTEriTiEMOTS.
The demaw n rvm CHARTER OAK, CIIAt
LENUE aad TJVENISO STAB Ktorrs has
RTOwn so rapidly of late that we have, not tiled or
ders ss promptly as desirable; but having now se
cared the asslstinn of aaether Store Fonndryi we
rhall hereafter conaneaeaiiy the entire ferceofoar
own estawisnmeatio tne proauetloa or tne Mores
above named aad hope to all all orders without
We would e?'.l the attention of thosealmut Dur-
chamng. to the HVCCtKi and POrL'IJtRITY of all
of TUSK STOVbV Ko brUer evidence of their
Intrinsic merit can be oacred than a statement of
the met after IS years dm sad being subject tose
vere tests m aUaU kinds of locaHtiea. aad to the
most bitter aad aetorsalned oppoatUon that cesdd
Ic invented, that tbey are to-day, the MOST lvr
t'LAB STOVES la the market, and have given
such universal ustlsmrlloa THAT THE DEMAND
IS UKEATEB THAN EVER.
If you want THE BEST C00KIXU STOVE KOK
WOOD, buy the CHARTER OAK.
If tou want THE BEST COOKING STOVE 1'OK
COAI buy the CHALLENGE.
ou want THE NEATEST AKD. BEST SHEET.
IRON PARLOR STOVE evrr nude, buy the
Excelsior llaaniifasctiiriiig Go.
13 sic 14 3f. Maslal Ht.
ST. liOVIS, MO.
V A R N E Y ,
araaxalmocl. lxa. 18S8.
THIS OLD R.TXTABT.F.
Saawtaatial aad Kcoa
cal aUTe Iasaraace Coa
Paay Retaraed to ita
Policy Holders, ''
33 1-3 Per ' Vent.
asT'Cantawers wanted in every town in the Mate.
To those acctiMomed to the bustac, extra induce
SAMUEL F. BURDETT,
102 Delaware St.,
The Oldest Paper im Kaaym
THE LEADING PAPER IN KANSAS.
Trk LKAvrMworrn Trass pressots Itself to its
:I)ally and .Weekly readers to a new dress. II take
'this occasion to return ita thanks to the people ol
ahaaslbrapsiroaags which, begsn la the dark
daysor our Territorial history, has iacreaaed with
every year, ef the unsjieas.of the State- -
' ThK Traaa will be In the future, as in tae.past,, I
-The IjwfMns; Paper fat Kansas.
It will lAiidtsh the fullest lelegrapbic dcanatchra
of thn Associated JVnn, with special aad exrlnsitv
de-patches frmn all important points assl in rrjard
to every taspnrtaat event.'
li will' publisti letters fross every County and
Taws in the State, giving full and accurate deserlp-
tioa ot erery locality, and thus uaUog Tna Tiae
a ccatiauosa Historr of Sanaa. This featare is
peculiar to. this journal, and makes is as yaloaUc
to Eastern as to liome readers, and it gives to the
Immigrant the iuloruution which lie bIrc in rc-
xwrd to the resources of Kanws.
The political character of Tuk Times will be, as
ever, a' boM, Imrlew, outpoaea and prrresKlve
i2epublicani..ui'1 true to the cause which fared the
Xstilon, and which will redeem the State from tne
rule of rings ani fictions.
Itwillstaaii by tW People la all their eBorts lor
saaterial prosperity andocisl progress aad, reform.
andwUtesnora every schease which saalt lajare-
t h- good name or retard, tho groan of.
ve eapses of tha If eekly, one y
Tea 'do' do da
Twenty do do do
TBiny aa 00 ao
One copy Far U the geetrr-asaf try!rtab.
wr . .
. . s. U M
' ,' as at
ST. , LOUIS SAW WORKS.
r j.Ij .i ! .
RAX H, 0
EXTRA FINE 'OAST STEEL ;SAWfik
j ; s ' aswaBajaaaaBaajBag J ' ' '- :Sgsgj-ya?iiAjs4j
9BBsaBBBBBaw'-atsassaBwSpBrWir S VBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB
SsawBBBBsw xSkS?? -" w Bwaawav
F BRANWiwnK$ 8cC0e tjB
amnaaaaaaj,j . W ,.. Irf.-,- - . . .
Of all Ihe IhcMrrlariieMii mw hmc1 in ilie Vaiic. StatcH.
TlHToSaw.havr l-n oiaiiufoeturrilaud in use bnv I Ml. Tliry are arnni;vil liie N-t Inx-rled
Tuutb Sa nude, are ieol cxcliti ly u the IViificCoarl, and appruvetl b.Vliiill men wherever known.
I'Q'R SALE A'f oL'K nUllEllULVEis
314 Lake street,
116 aad 118 VUe street,
St. Lcsxls, Mo.
OUR NEW FAIX GOODS
Have come, and Ike crowds
We have qnitc made up oar miad-s tr
LARGELY INCREASE OUR BUStffesiS ''tlSS FALL,
Ami we aic uiily-yntiarwd.ia.Jn it. Our
HAS "BEES CAKEFtLLY tELECTEI. OIK
BLACK SILKS AND COLORED SILKS
Arciiiitc cheap. AW have lilted up an elegant room fir our
CLOAK MAKING DEPARTMENT,
And are now pictured to take orders. We'call mUl aiicnliu to imr IJnrii Stii. iij
Irish Linens, Table Linens, Twilings, Sheetings, &c, &c.
we iiavk oria;Ei
Shawls, Cloaks, Corsets, Embroideries, Flannels of every
make, Blankets, Quilts, &c.
We havcJheciLjapaoiatctl sole Agent for the sale of
Watkins's Western Woollen Goods,
Well known in Kanvn and Mi-inri at the nnol tcrtiu-able swl in the Wi-t, roiuJMins o
Cassimeres, Tweeds, Jeans, Flannels, Blankets & Yarns
IIniRi-t K'x"!', iiiadcbynTrhoitrrt'msn;
We are )ninj; XKW UMUS every few dav.
nATT-4-.AlSTT SISIZ rVlKM.
WHiSOX & K Kf XII.
srpllSl.'Q . 1
Tat . r ru nft
CUBE FOR DYSPEPSIA!
HI AS. V. rIt-I.S A. K2CO..
1rtl Xorta nnh Street. St. MmuIh. M. "
ThwlsthfJluir-ttluinnicIi bl.l purifier vet di
oitercd. andcnrcsall timu'irfrimj.lhc-woritSHruf- ,
entered, andciirrsall timu'irfrimj.lhc-woritSHruf-
ala t.i a crtnirn'm'Criirtinti. Pimple and Itlofrhes'ftn
ala t.iacrtnim'm'Criiptinti. PinipTaiidlHofrhes'ftn
Ihe fcKn, and waly or nuijit skin, which are.tnchc;
annrtvinj;l'lfiii!iies t many vihiiu perxms, jicki
to the tic if a few bottle of thi wonderfur mchr
cine. From one to eielit lnltlcuni'rnlt Uhfunvj
Ervsinctaii. Srald Head. Kiuz Wonm. BuU..KcaN- i
Eruption f the Skin, erofula incs. Ulcers and -
"Canker" in1 the ?Iouth and iSUimatH. '11 I
pure BMSltcinal extract of native root and f'bls
curative properties wliieh iil ha in
the vccttable kinsilotil forheallnc the sir
treat rotorcr for the trenrtlv and viji.ir ef the st-s- J
tern- TboM; why are liiitiid, jJo pUr, bava'nerr!;
mn appreiit'iiMoin "C vnir, r,uij-oi inc anrciiona
yysintmiialic of woqkno, will tlnd convincinirevi-
llCVCDUf lis nrV7rauTO' ipiw.1 iui..n ifiaa. ,. timi
fed dsJJ. drowsy, ddUUitalctl and dvHundeut, luive.
treiuefit llqularhe,, .nioittli ta-itcs- l-auly in; nc
mornlhsr, lrre-tilai'srpiii'Hteand tottstte coated, von'
are suffering farii"T.riid IJvi-ror "BilicuMcts.'
In many ttitts of '-'Liter Gwiplairrt" only a part
ofthescsvniptorasare ejipcricnccil.. A a rfnieilc
tVall !m:h can-, lr. I'rerce'rf tloldcn Jlcllcal Iis
covery.hss no equal as it i-flect perfert cures, leav-'
iiii tlu? liver &lrrmrlh.rtMl and heaJthv. Kfar tho
cure of Habitual Cna$iipation of tlie ISowcts it is a J
neter failinp;renie"ly, and thowj1 who hare'ncl it n
Mr this purpose are wil in .m jsrane; i in ftroii-.
cbfal,. Throat aud.-Umn ViQSii t has pniliid
many truly rcuiarkable flirt-, 'wlicre other inedi
elars hare' failed. SiM by'driicsljts at 91.00 per
bottle Prepared at tii.i t'licanicil Lahnratfwy of
ai.ir,Uw,? ' ''
i ' j- . J., u. !
. - i - '
t . DR. WIIaXTIK,
. ., npi.li.n.inii.ifirpAi.irrntiltvI. it I
biaUraa at U5o will show, has Iwen lner Havim: tha HEfT )f WATEK iIl a itf.)ii -enagel,in,
the, trralueut of Venereal Sexual, and erod with. fi! ' !-
-If 'I- tV.b .at. - ..I.v.IaIh InW
afnitc utvp-'Hs wiuu iui otuvr ihijhwu jii srt. ,
Tatf. - ,r - ' '
Svnhlllr.- (ionVirrhra. Gleet. Stricture.. OrchitK 1
.Hernia and IUiptuns: all Urinary Jliieaios and i
T.uiiiiiv or .Mercurial aueefKsi o l", l imtii,
gtai-or Btwws'jTc trcatrd withnnparatfclot sin-en?.
iwersatnrrhen-.Srriisl Ilrliilltr and Imnrfencr.
as the result of, JC-?Jyl;ja ji.ulli, snual ex-w-
fnuturrr year, or oUkt can--, and. which pro-
Itiee'nnre Of the fulhwln;"e-cf; as n-torml
eailionr,ihloUhts, debility; uixilnc hf ilRlit
rqiuiuionof jdat,.CTil CirUalincs avcrwou Ui Uui'l lor ono year, -hacti ytir tlicnnnar one-tiitnioti
ia-rtyf,rft'nia7e, l.4ofnicrjory a:cl xH3l powf-r, prlndal, lordlier .ilh Interest 1.11 lemai!iMrg,dr. j
aadrenderlng'ntarriaKcImiiropiT, ar? pTiiisnentlr rf.'rreil loymenU. I
rarrd. I SffFw .articiilar!t 3pjIy to or Mi w) '
.efl.. v..i ,.. . ..:. zr - 1 v. . t..i -.t ..Jt..,.. ' I
iTbe, Doctor's oaiortunilic In h'i.iU! an-I pr:ite
practice are tmuriavK-il in ft. I-uU.r anr oiler
ehy. IW Hies of St. Inls, re;per pnire ihat be '
has been JorateiL there i.jnn.bT lyoars thaannyi
oth3.vertWnS TM esuUbJiuwnt. '"'"fX.
laboratory and apMnnlmenU are nnei,tm1l.-.l in lln-
i 'aavwnero. .se.-wiin expen-
ay nlie.1 limn: ami tho fur tor ran refer
taaianr TihTdelsms..tliroU2liout tho foontrr.. Ju .
past tuccos and present tsitIon liestamls witliotit
Tho Writing of a Piiy-ifian who-t n-pstatim is
Cnbm.wldc should lt worth reading.
Ilr. 'Whlttlcr publWrfVar.WTJcal PsmpMet n-Iai-
lss to tcnerral diees -tml ih ditrint and
varied aa9eqisrs:ces of telf,abos-, that wlilleat
to any Mauuvin a valul envelop t.r two Mamps.,
It contains" full scnipbiiil tints' that .will enable; "
thoMafflii1tIeieTniife-'trMintiiwfthnrni"MAAiNArl Ij,Ai 1"II-
plalnts sad circa written statnaent-ot thrir "eases,
taai wui anvwer aiwosi as wi,ior int purrxw
tlatraent'ava'tnonal IntervicV. hiit' wWre-.Tt i
.vajonal nlrjvi6', btft wliere.it ls.1
tneia-w w-wt ie.tni-i -rw,nj i ttrenty dllSnnt cmiiti-',. -;Tciitein.wiiicH
b Lns nan ia 1st ttml - MIwK-f .. r fir )T-
ran supply them .with this ralaaili: jf5!t.by.
nciWHA .., ,.t., U BMW,'. lll.iuu..v
a Itt-tho uslorlnskte without their-titowIps-tbT'
bentasslar., CerKinlr- aa-object is of more rrar3rr:p
ianceujfpurriyi;ijaii.-iapcii-ciiui.-iuj.i. - a
It is self evident that aphTiklin whnconftnf1
bimsetT exrh.iTeI.Wthc: stuffy fcT a certain ci. f
as-ar9.tS7iaasntafSfTasi-s every uay,7
ranst aconlrc nnatcr rfcUl ia that snccialty than oae
In msarralpraeCre.' ,Many'physlclaM,rcfoenIrfnjr
ithisastt; ratroWeeotlcDtstn the iVfsC--r read-
VrZJJlZfmXi .'si'ini.s-uo c-w-rmuu,
laessuy iaiK wui ei you. ncnuir. uasreren-
tral, ,yct -retire.! fo. ClT St. Ctezlrtitrttt, St.
iLrnL, !oo.IIoaTt a.
- m . .ojwi.Uwtft ,
1 ---- "r cj -
xrernwi.i i,,,r .
BEST JOB PRINIISti , WJESS OFUTHE 3l-.l .
LSiUPPl KiverTt tlie'TIMEBKm.ttrXOI&.U-
91 jxfri.r t-
BitZi-ff cAiw; LErrtRSnE.nJsv-lssW;oauiwtBortte--.Ui
0"c! ' ;ir!ii tas s'-l '"'
..1i -. i.n:
jw'' ! :'
. I lOltll'...
- BER or'
76 Caroaoaltt straat, t
New orieaas, ta.
DRV . GOODS.
visit ils are wel
t .iti j:
Mock nt' .
RBMBDY OF THE AGE.
CIIEA1' LANDS FUK SALE.
. AjJ&Sfl X?
! .-' i?,
A'TCHISON, ; TOPEKA.!
. ,i ii - jTi j I
-n .l -. . . ,,1 -I - T .-A
. TOPEKAV KAN8AS: ' '
inia i..ri!t,iT: .M!Jffl.i
IN LOTS TO SUIT PKRCHASERS,
The Vb lirifcl UJ-I jf o'f 1 jie! kiw'4ii as the
-' (. - V
Foi iiwii t olii i e lCcorTatloaV
'- Thish oneof thelSHcSt'tracrior
Th.-' Jjnjjare n.'ir olE-r".! Fr safe (orthefirxt
til, ir.. (inraiT terriK. lK-In" on J1VK VKtCM TIWE
iwth nrnrarxTjiT ;pkb'B5tpkb x."nir,'.asii- 1
J !.; At time of the.purrtu-e, ..UH-an.i4i,,Fitli ,
Interest i .Icerrvl payuieals fur fine year. .1
.Se.l year no pavment rilnlre..', except i!ileret
f.r ono yesr. -rcn y.vir inerKiiior ii.b 1
itLand Commissioner A.
T. & s. r. E. R. CO.
iTOPEKA. KANSAS., 1
? Tj A'llWwJ T!
4 !Mlm -- Jur- .
-VII. IS . I
yv r-!-trat -rrst
- - .- ' .
. 1 'i if -f.-l! - I
I aadaw.'BHi'.-lIh-licXln'theiMilH. Thnrlil
! ' ' j-i.; -s
, , ,. . .r
' I J
" j.4t q kw ,e B.ir Iu JVS?'..e wituiu ttk
J - iaenn.. OiR.lfriastJwoualiv tnd U-ation. they
-y .la 1 .m.
. -r i;j.- r-t- J- .- :e. -
vUCupuab i..im.- ,ui u..ic 11: vuw ui..ii.c
' .; tl v.. ;.t I c . " ..: r ;u:n
" - s- - -f , 1 j
a? .4aKB-Kr!ii'TiTe ( Tea DeHars 'rt"n?. r
, iy..-,w.,. rT.i.i. T..-1I. W.UJCLU .-. '
l--marWAwiK t " "' " TIihU Kina.
wsssssaswssssswsasssssssssssssss-ssw-- j , ,,
Est: job." nuxTixii wxror,TiiE Mti-i
e - "rr KIrlVI UlVti: J.T Till; -TIMKH J)B
IMUlBlsI - -a. - - --- -- - - -
.sumner j co.
Now 1st ITf.
S1IOUT.H HAVE A
AnVr sixteen years of eieiire we are rrrrel
t to furnisha better Machine ar the inreof laniily
wlnff tnsn snv other.
The uaaUUea waisb rtc tmesxl this machine are:
1t. Durability. It will last hinder than any
other Verb lae
-M. Economy of thrcaJ.
3d. Simplicity and thoroughness of construction.
4th. UhsaawshatUasnliuaars the Lockstitch.
.Mb". Beauty ami excellence: of stitch, alike on
both sides of the fabric sewed.
Cth. Streartb. Inunest-anil durability of iara
t that wITt not ravel:
f .k ii ti ' t i I'liriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiint
H ., ,ia ttn tmtmTs ... .,'y a. .-. ... . i ....
Mh. Comreclaess al eleaanee of minl ami
nh. Snaeal awl eae of onentlnn and niattsce-
I rural and auietness of movement.
10th. ItkasBRcen pieces lo man sncMiuiu
aischlne, table Included.
lltb. It has fcwer pieces exjweil towtiartban
anr other lock Stitch Machine.
I2ik. liialhosaiist simple iu constructjuu. anil
easiest adapted to diaVrent kinds of work ; it can l-e
i Isnusnl Bmm coarse to Sue, or from Sne work to
coarse, where a change of needle, thread, k-nnthoi
'stitch and tension are rcinimt, in le tlmetaan
any other machine. ,
IT IS liOKBV ktiLV Till.
Most Popular lachiae
F A M 1
1 ' . -' -
I As good Mippiirs are nuvinary to the ct orrs
itiouofany inachin., we have arranged to supply
, the trade with the fjllowing articles of
j Stewlaa; Machlae Nappliete
'John ClarlT Tr., & Co.'s
BES1ZSIX CORD SfOOL COTTON,
Om Blavok Spools.
. S XJ VI N K II
Mewlasa; Machine Milk TwM,
Iuivrted by ourwhef.
SKWINli 1IACIIINKSKKII1.1-S, tU SOAI', Ac.
r IValinc, a we di, dirn-tly with tho Miinufjr
! tnren in evcrr rw, we am prriared to fumikh
frcdi ft.rrk made of tlie lwt material at the Iowrt
: market price for thonm'slily K"I Kl.
AXP FOB THE
jWedt-iin- to rail the attention i.f the Jtii.i-al 1h1
1 lie to tlie
A I K R I C: A OK C. A X
In i-.cr and loluine 'f tone it i iirrt-iuliiciit.
'llir n-Milt .rf a i-xulijrity f o.n.lnnli.ni, pnxliH--ilicr
a grand '.imriely.
Niinthcrinstrnment recrir kimIi f.iilliful allni-
ti.ni In iuulng and vuiciuic; lli-y
They t'aiiaai 4aci 4ai of Taae
I'srthi-r. lhuie'haniratraatriM-tiun of tlii-or-eiii
i unrivallral. The l.?t wirliinnshiu wtfit.ie
j-I...nh rt' nnpsrinrfr. A an acroniunlnirnt
to nasi liiuic,,ll-n'irilT Miilinisl.lr
Iiy inciiriii; a tirst-claM
O 1 CS- jV X O IC 1 J -.V t
- .. i;ni.Kirs
PI A 1TO fORTES,
EXPKEMLY FOK OUR TRADE.
'Iliry embrace all the modern improvement, an
mle of the best material, by the most ekillful
workmen. They will stand in any climate and are
re acknowledged to stand nne-
JJlSTin Tn" "f'
ie and liiiim .
nf. evenness slid ektiticity of touch.
install iuslitr of tone, icroat imtbii1
liirability of cwistmethm, ss well as iwstne- of
plrle and beauty of fisljh.
llefore purchailn, the Mn-iml Public owe it to
themselves to examine nur InMrimieots.
Protection to the Fublie
: u ,it"t,li
AS I) A
j C TJ A. R A "N T V. V.
that all artidc furnished by it! are
all bills af sale are i.sued from tlis
6T: ' LOUIS OKF1CK,
and the name,
, is uel as a tiiuU luark mi all jpsslt sold.
usraiwnn. wiin run ucnpiion n 311 in yie
, of 3UCIIINI3, (HANK ami
r ist-psid, on application.
Axeats In all th principal eitl. an-I hiouw.
uH n,,,, thel-t crmilt.
jji,,,,. narchawrs ean semi onlers bv mail aftrr
-m' tUt) talahstiie. and I- Hire of recel.Ii.s
. . -.1.-. tl-r fc: I
As our niceeM lisslieen luadnby si'in;
p u it a .H ASK It
thorc who atruize 111 way I a-iirrI Ihat we- will
.t t. ft .lit'l' '' ' '
TAKEr WOOD XXAJtX .
' ,-n '
KALfaU.4!''1! I'UiK u lnsUunw.ct poW by 1,-.
w e offer ouroisU at prives
WltUB tka raaeaaf
all, and ob Bttr
1 .1 tassjuuaa
- jrOaTsVI - f K XV. ft A T.W "R OOasTK
' 413 V. Fifth fiHrect.
- ST. IrOl'IH.
i lX'laware EMrvet