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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1870.
The bridge idom the Big Stranger, on
the Okaloosa road, is now in good repair.
The number of registered voters in St.
Joseph is 2,644. How does it Iiaprjen that
the "great cities" are all behind Leaven
worth in the number of registered voters ?
The Chicago Pott, in referring to the
breaking up of the fight between AJIcn and
Gallagher, wherein one was arrested and the
tlicr ran away, nays:
"Two men were grinding at a mill. One
waa Liken and the other left."
TuEgcniality of the climate of Kansas may
I e Inferred from the fact, that we have on our
table a bunch of strawberries in full bloom,
gathered from within the city limits. Abed
of Wilson's seedling rtrawberrie in the
garden of one of our citizens, is white with
Mr. C. Reasoxeb was in the city yester
day. He has chosen a location for himself
and friends on the South Fork of the Sol
omon River, in Olome County, and is
here making arrangements to go there. The
Solomon in as fine a valley as exists, and we
wish them success in its settlement.
The following is a description of the mur
derer who killed Deputy U. S. Marshal
Smith, at Abilene, on Wednesday, an ac
count of which apieared in our columns ,:
Andrew McConnell, a Scotchman, about fire
feet eight inches in height, spare built, light
gray eyes, sandy hair, inclined to curl,
speaks with a strong Scotch accent and usu
ally wears gray pants, with a butternut coat
anil slouch hat.
Mr. E. L. Bird brought with him from the
Pacific coast, a cige of California quail --a
half dozen jtairi of what is known as the
"Valley" variety, and one pair of the
"Mountain" quail. The former are about
I lie Mieof the ordinary bird, here; the others
are a trifle larger, and all bear a resemblance,
though the c!ors on the new-comers are
more clearly defined and vivid. The Valley
bird has a slender black plume htanding
nearly upright on top of the head, while the
Mountain bird has a similar plume which
lays I nek on the neck. They arc as hand
home a bird as c have ever seen. Mr.
Bird caught them in what is known as an
ordinary "figure 4"' trap. He proposes to
let them out in the spring, hoping they may
multiply in this part of the country. The
Iyegi'laturc should pans a special law to pro
tect these bird-.
tttaf Kmittajr Kehoal Contention.
The Kansas Slate Sunday School Conven
tion will meet at Ottawa on Tuesday, Nov.
2!Hh, at 3 p. m., and continue in session three
d.iys. In order to organize the work through
out the State, each county should be fully
n-proeiitcs-I. ill not the holiday School
men in each county sec to this ?
Delegates, from even" Sunday School arc
Iet us have a full representation of the
Sunday School men of the State both lay and
Kntertaiunienl will ie provided for all
Thine who prox-c to attend, arc requested
to notify Ch.irles Topping, Ottawa, Kansas.
Arrangement will be nude for half fare
tickets on all the railroads, as f:ir as possible.
State pajiers iiUum- copy.
Chairman, State S. S. Ex. Com.
Kepuhlirnn Cnnnly Central Commit
The Committee held a meeting at Judge
Sri-wold's office Monday, :tt 3 o'clock,
Geo. H. Spry, member at large, presiding.
It was resolved to hold meetings at the
following times and places, to Ik; addressed
by sjieaUcrs named:
At Springdale on the 1st of November, at
7 o'clock p. m. Seakers, Jo.-u.ili Kellogg
and IT. Griswold.
At Tongauoxie on the same day and hour.
Speakers, James F. Ix-gate, W. 1). Mat
thews, and II. I). McCarty.
At Reno on the '2d of November, at 7
o'clock p. in. Seaker, General William
Iiriiuerand II. 1). McCarty.
In Sherman, at Stranger, on the 3d of No-
veuiljer, at t o clock p. m. speakers, Geo.
T. Anthonv and A. L. Stone. .
At Fairmount on the 4th of November, at
7 o'clock. Speakers, W. G. Coffin and A.
At Sjieer's School House on November
5th at 7 o'clock. Speakers, Gil. Coffin, W.
I). Matthews and J. F. Legate.
At High Prairieon the oth of Novemlier
ai 7 o'clock p. m. "Sieakers, Judge Brewer
and L. A. Stone.
At Harbison's School House on the 7th of
November. Speakers, B. L. Baldridgc and
At Ioavenworth on the 7th of November,
at 7 o'clock p. m. Speakers, M. J. Parrott,
J. C. Embrv, Hiram Griswold, Bvron
Sherry, W. D. Matthews, J. F. Legate,
Judge Brewer, G1. Houston, Col. J. XL
Haeberlein, Gil. I. R. Anthonv, Col. W.
G. Coffin, Col. W. S. Jenkins, Capt. Geo. T.
Anthony and Alexander Caldwell, Esq.
After apK)inting committees to manage
the campaign the meeting adjourned.
G. H. Sprt, Chairman.
lsillKrtsp or E. A. Haalth'n Jci-wj- Cattle.
"Marv" Color, dark fawn, 2 years old,
drop'd March 4th, 1868. Dam, Ihitches-s;
Sire, Pilot. Duchess dam, Dove, imported
by S. It. Spaulding, Sire, Czar, imported by
John A. Tainter. Pilot out of Nellie, by Dick
Swindler, jr.; Nellie out of Dove, imported.
Sire, Czar, imported by John A. Tainter.
"Pet" Color, fawn and white, and drop'd
Jnlr 2-Jth, 1870 Dam, Marv, Sire, Pilot 2d,
he out of Jennie bv Pilot. Jennie out of
Flora by Dick Swindler, jr. Flora's Sire,
Dick Swindler, jr.; dam. Dove; Dick Swin
dler, jr, out of cow imported by John A.
Tainter; Sire, Motley's Dick Swindler.
"Pioneer" Color, black, lawn and white;
yearling, drop'd Feb. 8th, 1669 Dam, Pink
2d; sire, Jersey Boy; Pink 2d out of Pink,
imported by James Burnett; sire, Abe Lin
coln, he out of Motlev's imported Drama, bv
Dick Swindler, iniiorted by Motley; Jer
sey Boy's sire, Czar, imported by James
Burnett: dam, iannv, imjwrted bv Burnett.
"Tulip" Color, fawn and white; drop'd
March 29th, 1869 Dam, Daisy; sire, Gen.
McClcllan, imported by Bacon; Daisy's
dam, Violet, imported by Bacon; sire, Young
Major, he out of Brenda, imported by Mot
Icy, by Colonel, imported by Motley.
""Gazelle" Color, squirrel grey; drop'd
Jan. 9th, 1869 Dam, Orifino; sire, Duke;
Duke's dam, Daisy, by Gen. McClcllan;
Orifino's dam, Brenda 2d, by Gen. Grant;
Brenda 2d's dam, Venus, bv Dick Swindler,
he out of Flora, imported by Motley; by
Gdoncl, imported by Motley; Venus' dam,.
Brenda, imported by Tykoon, imported by
Motley; Gen. Grant's dam, Fanny; sire,
Harry, he out of Bissie, imported by Motley,
by Vennam, imported by Motley: Fanny's
-dam, Nellie, by Dick, he out of Susie, im
ported by Motler, by Major, he out of Flora,
imported by Colonel, imported; Nellie out
of Flora imported by Colonel imported.
"liuby" Lolor, tawn anit white and
squirrel gray, 4 years old, drop'd May, 1866
Imported from the Island of Jersey by
II. M. Wellington.
Dutchess" 2 years old, drop'd Septem
ber 8th, 1868 Dam, Jennie; imported by
K. S. Denny; sire, Duke.
Tke Meal Wheat.
A correspoadent at Barnesville, Ohio, of
the Country frenftoaca, says of it:
We find this superior wheat cgain behav
ing remarkably welL A year ago I was in
clined to the opinion that it was eminently
the ffuod farmer's wheat, or that it was -not
well suited to negligent treatment, but we see
it this season doing well under very unfavor
able drcumstaaces. Although well fitted by
its short, stiff straw to bear high feeding
without coming down, still we find on thin
land or bat poorly cultivated aekls, . where
the growth bat sparse, it is remarkably
well headed, sad the short, thick beads have
five to seven graias abreast, and crowded in
till the heads are crooked, aad lumber .from
SO to 116 graias each. IamfoUy;pen-taded
there never Has been a .variety ia these puts
that would produce equal to if. I intend to
put in about ten acres this fall. -
-There is ac a atarle American citizen
of African decent inflfiehoygan. 7
Keoerta from Pari.
WHAT DESERTERS FROM rAKIS KAY.
New York, Nor. o A special despatch
from Versailles, says: '
m i . e Ti - . i
i.wouesencrsiru:u xanssav me rrovM
ional Government will refuse to hold elec-
tions for fear of losing power. Instead of al
lowing candidates to ran for office they dc-
er they will support the Government of the
.... v..h. vew.w .... ... .....ia ft. IU.
n affirmative vote.
which thev are certain to secure, will be in
terpreted as equivalent to their owa election.
A feeling is growing that Favre and his
friends have resolved to sacrifice the country
rather than lose tiieir power. -
SATOXEMt HAS ATTAINTED AS AOENT
to nay his tradesmen's bills.
Placards are poted on all the walls calling
upon creditors to attend the sale, of the eflects.
of Napoleon and h-ugenie, by, auction, two
month after the siege is over. The Provis
ional Government refuses to deliver to the
Empress hex Cashmere shawls and dresses.
tiie ralloox factory
turns out one balloon a day. Silk is now too
expensive, and b-illoons are made of cotton. ,
, 410'WE FLESH T . '
sirloin and rump is, sold at eighteen cents.
and all othir parts at eight cents per pound, a
i here arc stUI 42,000 eatable horses leu.
further particulars or' the riqt in
The following is the continuation of the'
account of the disturbance In Paris on" the'
announcement of an armistice: The court
yards were occupied by the Mobiles, while
several detachments of the National Guards,
and Carbineers were clearing the halls from
the mob. At the same time the National
Guards, occupying the square, the quays,'
and the Rue de Rivoli shouted enthusiastic1
greeting in honor of Trochu as he passed in,
front of the troojis.
the report of the day's events
concludes as follows: "With the armistice
are connected other advantages which Paris,
can easily construe without' any necessity ofj
presenting them here, and now the Govern-'
ment of National Defence is upbraided with
it acquiescence, as having been weak per-
hats treacherous. A feeble minoritv, whicl
cannot aim at representing the sentiments of
the Parisian population, taking advantage of
the public emotion seek thus to supercede, by
violence, a government which Ls conscious of,
having protected interests suchns were never'
given to any government, Ui harmonize the.
interests of a city of two niilions of inhabi-j
tants, shut up within their walls, and the in-j
tercotsofan unliiiiiteillibertv. You have par
ticipated in this arduous txsk, and your con-'
111111.11111- win tie our ijruc tor me mioro
against our enemies both within and without.
Reports from Tours.
COMPLETE TRANQUILITY RESTORED 1NPARIS.
Tours, Nov. 3- Advices from Paris to tho
2d inst., arc received. Complete tranquility
prevailed. Gamier, Pages, Pellatin, anil
Gen. Fammissierc were ill in consequence of
the violence to which they were subjected at
the Hotel dc Ville. The conduct of Jules!
Favre is universally extolled. M. Dorian,
endeavored to calm the agitation, but
failed lefore the violence of the chiefs of
the movement. It is noticed that Itochefort's
name w.ts not hised by the malcontents ana
that Kochefort did not sign the Government
orders revoking the commissions of Flourcni
and others as commanders of battalions in
the National Guard. I
OFFICIAL REPORTS OF THE RIOTS AT PARL.
Tours, Nov. -1. The following official
report of the recent riots at Paris are givei
to the public to-day:
About noon on tlic 31st, groups of jteople
assembled in the place De la Hotel de-Ville
They were much excited by a false rumor
that the government had agreeu to an armis
tice. The crowd so pressed agair.st the
do -rs of the Hotel dc Ville that they were
forced otien, and about 200 persons endeav
ored to enter the hall, where members of
the government hold sessions. This they
were prevented from doing by Garde Mobiles
on guard in the vicinity, and at 1 o'clock
large numbers of the National Guards, who
were armed, crowded into the
place De la Hotel de Ville, already
tilled to excess with a surging mass of pccA
pie. At this time IKnry JJochefort arrived
in an ojiwi carriage, and vainly endeavored
to address the people; the latter, however!
refused to listen to him, shouting constantly!
Gen. Trochu then came forward and ad
dressed the crowd. He reviewed what was
licing done to render Paris impregnable, aud
expressed his utmost devotion to the Re
public and to the icople. He was not lis
tened to, the people shouting continuously
and demanding a dismissal of the present
government, A great tumult ensued. Au
vergne, ,aid-de-camp of Gen. Trochu, was
thrown down, and his soldiers, with great
difficulty, withdrew him from the hands of
the mob. Crowd-, kept pressing into the
Hotel de Ville. Favre and Kochefort vainly
tried meanwhile to be heard. Guards,
havinc lianners inscribed with the words,
I," Vive Kcpublique!" " Resistance No ar
mistice!' kept crowding the place, wnen
suddenly a pistol shot was heard, and many
of the crowd quieklv dispersed, spreading
the alarm through die city that-thc govern
ment bad fired iion the people. At last
the truth began to lc understood, and it was
made known that the person who hail fired
the pistol had been arrested. The advocates
of the Commune, however, had possession
of the Hotel de Ville, and they proceeded
at once to hold elections. They threw their
bulletins from the "windows to the peoplf
below, but they wtufei all different, which
showed there was no accord among the
Victor Hugo, Felix Pyattc and Ledra
Kollin were among the jiersons rumored as
Directors. At 6 o'clock in the evening
Flourens appeared on the scene onliorsct
back. heading a battalion of the National
Guards of Belleville. At 8 o'clock it was
understood that General Trochu would leave
the Hotel de Ville along the Boulevards and
and Place Vcndomc. This created enthusi
asm. There were then unanimous shouts
of down with the Commune, drnnis began to
beat on alL sides and the National Guard
marched upon the Hotel de Villi to establish
order. They soon surrounded it and threat
ened to shoot Favre, Simon and Pages,
whom thev had in their iiower. Thev were
warned, however, not to commit such a crime.
At this time General Trochu apjieareil on
horseback at the head of his statT, amidst
the most enthusiastic exclamations. The
rioters at once gave np the members of the
government ami received the plaudits of the
people. All disorder will hereafter lie re
KINO WILLIAM AND THE.MASONS.
The Paris Opintone A'ationali of "thc"27tli,
contains a summons addressed to King Wil
liam and Prince Frederick Claries to appear
Iersoiially or by-proxy, before the tribunal
of Free Masons in Paris, to .answer, to tlie
charges of perjury; their cases to be ad
judged bv default "should thev jiot appear.
The document is duly signed ny me oincers
of the Grand Lodge of Pari. " '
.OX DON" DESPATCH EK.
THE ROTHSCHILDS WERE THE FIRST TO RE
C1JVE TnE NEWS OF AN ARMISTICE.
London, Nov. 4 The conclusion of an
armistice was first received by the Uoths
childs. Great joy is manifested. Hopes arc
entertained that ultimate cace will be the
result. Conditions of the armistice arc the
same as were projiosed by Lord Granville.
The Constituent Assembly is to meet on the
loth. The exchange of signatures ratifying
the armistice was to take place yesterday, j
THE CONDITIONS OF THE PROPOSED AR
MISTICE are the following: Its duration will be for
25 days. The inhabitants will have the
libertv to bring in-fbod during the interval.
Free elections will be held in all the depart
ments. Tbe Paris government owing to
the events that took place latclv. is resolved
to consult the people at Paris as to the main-j
tainance of Uieauthonty conferred upon It.
THE ARMISTICE ACCEPTED. '
London, Nov. 4 -The Cabinet is in ex
traordinary session to-day in Downing streeL
Earl Granville 'received a ilesnat'eh announc
ing the acceptance by Trochu, of an armiioe-l
on the terms proposed by l'imarck. Xneprbr
tocal or the armistice is signed .bvJeneaal
Trodio. JnleaFaTrtl AfaWftOTT?Garmer.
Tages,r-erlet6h,Kcaraand Simon, on'the
ran oi ine rruvisiona i uovcmniem, ana py
Count Bismarck and .Gen. Voa Aioltke pa
inc jjarb ro iiic ucnuaiH. .
TKK ELBCTKnT I2T PARIS !
on the question of auiatamias; the powerWof
the Government and of the national de
fease, resulted ia' an' ovcrwhelmmgaauerityi
The National Guard marched ia battalidns
to the polls and deposited 'their -rotes,, all J of
which "were "Yes.'! The --arraticc''Coa-meacBonh4th
of Noveaiberandeads oa
r -r-J '
TnE FORMAL 6CATf0N"bf?'-R0Mt j '
FLORENCE,'Nor. 8--King Victor Etaman
,uel will.makc his eniry1. into. Rome abootthe
middle "of-the present month. The formal
occupation has been postponed, owine to the
renovation of Palazzo Barberine, upon
which engineers have been engaged during a
Tfc President Xot to Kri
tare Vox-Tie lafUna
Icy Xot to
St. Locis, Nov. 5 The JiepuLliean't.
Washington special says: The President to
day throws cold water on the statement that
he will come out in a letter denunciatory of
- i,P&1rf... rv.,- l,- it.. n.i i;n.
.: ,,. u - ' :.,:;, , ,i.
j tion that be sees no Mifficient cause for such
proceedings. He is now of the opinion that
the letter of Secretarv Cox. in which that
1 gentleman tendered hw resignation, will be
j t,0roughlv understood by his friends, and
'!. w..., .... fen... ., vnn i h. .w
useless as ill-timed. He avers his intention
to continue the Indian policy inucurated by
himself, until convinced that another would
A Centra! Pacific Railroad Trala
MtopfMii anil tup Kxprrsw Car Roo
San Francisco, Nov. h The great over
land eastward train of the Central Pacific
Railroad was stoped last night, and the ex
press car robbed, between Verdi and Reno,
by a band of highwaymen, who boarded the
train at Verdi, and held pistols at the heads
of the conductor and brekemen while the
express car was detached and robbed of about
$40,000 in coin, which the robbers escaped to
the mountains with. Pursuit is now organ
ized. FURTHER PARTICULARS.
Reno, Nov. 5. The G'ntral Pacific pas
senger train bound eastward, due here at 1 a
in., arrived at Verdi, eleven miles west ot
Reno, on time. Just as the tram was start
ing from the station three masked men
boarded the express car and five more imme
diately came to their aid from the rear cars.
These five evidently came from the west on
the train. Six stepped on the express car,
which they detached, cutting the signal ropes
etc. Two jumped on the engine,; and plac
ing pistols to the engineer, s headcommauded
him tt move on, which he did. Two brakes
men endeavored to keep the masked men ofT
the express car, but pistols placed at their
heads compelled them to retreat. The con
ductor rushed forward but pistols stopjied
him. Finding a hatchet, he came forward
again,' in time to see the engine and express
car scp-irated from the train and flying down
the track. The robbers then placed the fire
man and express and mail messengers in the
mail roAm and ' locked them up. When
within six miles of this city they stopped
the train, broke open the express boxes, and
robbed them of 541,600 in gold coin. Later
investigation shows that they put the coin in
old Ixxit tops, and escaped to the mountains.
A double-barreled shot-sun and pick were
left by the robbers at the quarry where they
opened the boxes. All the telegraph wires
were cut west of Reno. Two of the Western
Union wires, however, were repaired by
daylight. Parties are searching the moun
tains, and will probably lie able to throw
more light on the bold rubbery during the
Fmintoriae . of tlie fUraner Mabo
New York, Nov. 4 The fact of the non
arrival of the Williams & Guion steamer
Idaho, now eighteen days out from Liver
pool, for this iort, suggests fears of possible
disaster to that vessel. Among the passen
gers were fifty French Canadians, a jwrtion
of the lately disbanded Papal army and rep
rcsentitives, the nnjority of them, of the bet
families of Canada.
XeetlBC or Ex-Coaffsileratc .Holillcrc.
Hiciuionp, Nov. -1 A meeting of the
ex-Confederate soldiers was held here last
night, with reference to the Lee monument.
Jencrsou Davis presided and related many
interesting reminiscences of General Lee,
most of them going to show that no matter
what jxipiilnr el.imor was against him, ho
never uttered a word in contradiction of it.
Mr. Davis was loudly cheered when he took
the chair. General Gordon, ex-Governor
Wise, and others also made interesting ad
dresses. Election Preparations.
New York, Nov. o United States Mar
shal Dalton has sent notices to 1,005 men to
serve as deputy marshals, in Brooklyn, on
Tuesdny. Three hundred have already been
sworn. No trouble is anticipated by the
pnblic, though ample provisions arc made
for am emergenev.
Philadelphia, Nov. " The Commer
cial Exchange building, on Second, above
Walnut street, which hail been rebuilt since
the great conflagration, one year ago, had a
narrow escape from destruction, this morn
ing. The building took fire in a Krtion
stored with lard oil. Fortunately the flames
were extinguished before reaching the upjier
A Wisconsin paper reports that the cows
in Sheboygan County arc erv poor, owing
to the swarms of flies.
JOY TO THE AFFLICTED!
A REMEDY FOUND AT LAST !
IT WILL CURE YOUR COUCH!
IT WILL PRRVEXTJt CURE COXSCMPTIOX.
That Couxb, which you are neglecting, may
result la fatal Consumption, If some
prompt Remedy 'la not used. Why ,
sacrifice your life when your Dis
ease can he cared so qalck,
and at so small a cost l
What u lh Value o Jfutiey What ci'i.iiKirtd to
Allen' x liiiiig Balaam,
Is warranted to l'rrak up the incxt trnlileonie
Coajth in an iix-mUMr short tiiur. Therein no
rcuieJv that can show more evidence of real merit
than this RALSAM, for curing I'o.nsCMI-tiOn,
Comiiis, Colds, AsTiista, Crovp, Ac. - " '
It is only about seven years since tbe Balsam was
first olTcrcd to the public; and in this short time it
has become known and appreciated in nearly every
town and tillage throughout the United States and
the Dominion of Canada. Hundreds of thousands
of bottles are annually sold, and thousands of wit
nesses testify to Ha unequalled power in healing the
diseases that it is recommended for.
It is Harmless to mr: jiost Delicate Child!
IT CONTAINS NO OPIUM IN ANT FOKK!
It ls SbM by Medicine Dealers Generally!
Call for "ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM." and
Miun the ne of any other Balsam, as nnprinripld
men may ueceive you wan meir own wonnics
CALL FOR ALLEN'S LTJNQ BALSAM
J. N. HARMS & CO., Proprietors,
rOC SALE BV
GEO. A. EPDY
TEXICR A LOVING.
COLLI "S BP.aJ.
FULUI1L FINCH & FULLLUL...
PUBUSHEK. XANTJFACTCBEB, A WHOLE
sale Dealer in
8clMt)l Usssalui nasi Htatieacry,
Guyot'a &. Mitchell's School Maps, divot's Geo
trspMea. Globes, School and Offlce Furniture,
Hates, Tablets, Charts, Philosophical Apfwrstu ol
WEAFHMQ PAPE1, BAO, kc.
, ,- - XO. 21.DELAWARE STREET,
sssTThe only ezrlntiT School Forsdiklaj House
fiu'll akT Vr
ssaW If ll bsbbA
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mHE VEUETATU h row hits OK LIJK ARE
orauut MM 1M n JVi' savH utts.il tV JIJ IIUt
tho lack-lustre eye and emaciated form, anl the
impomib'llity of application to mental eflort, show
its baneful influence. It soon become evident to
the observer that fome depresaing iuBuence is
checking the development of the body. Consuinn-
- f x,
tlon is talked of, and perhaps the youth ii removed
from school ami sent into the eiuntrr. This is one
ol the worst movements. Itemaved from ordinary
diversions of 'the ever-changing scenes of the city,
the powers of the boJy, too much enfeebled to give
zest to the healthful and rural exercise, thoughts
are turned inwards um themtelte'.
If the patient be a female, the approach of the
menses U looked forwlth anxiety, as the first symp
tom in which Nature is to show hcrsavlng ower In
diffusing the circulation and visiting the cheek with
the bloom of health. Alas! increase of npp.tile
has grown by what it fed on; the energies of the
system arc; xrostratisI, and the whole economy is
deranged. The lieautiful and wonderful criod in
which Udr and mind undergo so fascinating a
change from child to woman, U looked for in vain:
Tbe parents heart bleeds in anxiety, and fancies
the grave but waitinfor its-victim.
II. T. HELIrlBOLD
For Wcaknc-s srinins from exccsspi or early indis
cretion, attended with ihefollowiii;syiiiptn:u:: In
disposition to Exertion, Low of Powtr, Iv. of
Memory, Piffieulty of hrralhiiu. General Weak
iiev. Horror of Divra-e, Weak Nerve, Tremhlinr,
Dreadful Horror of Heath, Night Sweat-, Oild
Feet, Wakefulness, Pimness of Vision, Langoiir,
Universal Laitude of the muscular Synteui, Often
Enormous ApiHitite rslih Dy-peptic Symptom, Hot
Hands, Flushing of the Body, lr:.i-MofthoSLiii,
Pallid Countenantc and 1'ruptioas on the Face,
Pain in the lUik, Heaviness of i:elid, Frequently
Blati S.ts riyilig before the Eyes, with Tempo
rary SutTusion and Iahr of biht, Want of Atten
tion, Great Mobility, Kcstlcvno', with Horror of
Sieicty. NothiiiK is more desirable to such patients
than Solitude, and nothins they more dread, fur
Fearof TlH-mselres; no l!eise of Manner, no
Earnestness, no Speculation, but a hnrriil Trans
ition from one question to another.
Thee ymptoms if allowoil to pi on which this
Mcdliine invariably remove sism follow Lnsnf
lVwer;Frtuity, and Epileptic Fits, in one of which
tbe patient may expire.
Iiiirlm; the siiieriiitpudeiici Dr. Wilson at the
nioiminplale Asvliim, this sad nult is-- urrcl to
twopitients; reavm had Coralline left Ihera, and,
lth died of epilepsy. They wen- of ltli ese-,
and alxiiit twenty years f ape.
Who eau say that tlie" excesses are not fre
quently followed by those direful dlseaw Insanity
and Consumption? The recordsof the Inane Asy
lums, and the niel.-im.liol deaths by Consumption,
liear ample witii'ss to the truth of these assertions.
In Lunatic Aslunw the most melaucholy exhibi
tion appears The countenance Is aitually Huldeii
aud quite aKtitntc neither Mirth or Grief ever
Tilt it. Shoiild a sound of th oiee os-ur, It is
.With nonderful imaurcs wan ltp;iir
, Lou sullen sounds their grief U-guiltsl."
Whilst we regret tho existence of the lte di
vasw and sy nitoui, we aro prejuretl to ofler an In
Taluable gift of chemistry Jor I lie removal of the
B U C H U
There is nu tonic like it. It is an anchor of hope
to the suiveon and patient, and this b a testimony
of all who have used or prescritssd it.
Sold bv Drnjitil8 aad Dealers
Price Simper Bottle, or Six Bottles
DELIVERED TO ANY ADDRESS.
1 Describe symptoms in all communications.
. 'im-iI n ki t
tt T. HELMB0LD,
Drag tc Cheatiral Wareheae,
3M IKOADH AY, X.
II Ir- - - - '.
S0!TJIKE OEXIIIXF. unlcsw doae ap la steel
eMisrsd wrapper, with fae similtafair Chemieal
Warclwttsv, "ana ign IT. T. ITF.I.MBOIJl.
ST. LOUIS ADVERTISEMENTS.
I rtmiE nKM.vNi koA ciiaktkr oak. ciial-
. X LL"Ni;E aat KVKNINO STAR -!.. ,aa
I grown n rapidly or late that we ha nol fill! or-
aen as pmiiiptly at d-!nille;imtIihTin isistk
' cunil ilie awiManre of aimtlirr Slmo Kiiiitslrv.
shall hen-afb-r confine nearly the entire f rrenf.ur
on staMUIiiutiit to tlur production of the s
J ,I.,TC named an t hoi to fill all nrdrrs wi
js" to fill all orders without
We would call the attention of those alinat nur.
chaslnir, to the SUCCErvS and POITLAMTi'iifal!
of TIItSE STOVES. No b-ttr evidence of their
intrinsic merit can Ikj olI-rrl than a statement of
the fact after 1 years ue and lieing subject to -vera
tests in all all kinds of localities, and to th
most bitter and detenniucl cpjUi(.u that ronll
be invented, that thev are to-dsv, t!i-MOsTrt)l-CLAB
STOVES in the m-irlet. and have givHn
such universal atisirtio:i TIIAT THE DEMAND
IS liUL.TEK THAN EVE1L
If you want TIIE BET COOKING STOVE FOB.
WOOD, buy the CHAUTEK OAK. , j
If von want TIIE BEST omKINfl J.TOVK rot
COAL, buy the CHALLENGE. ,
If vou want THE NEATE.STAND BI"ST SHEET i
IKOS" 1'ARLOK STOVE eVer made, -buv tho
excelsior Manufacturmp- Co.
012 Ai 614 X. Jlniu St.
ST. LOUIS. MO.
LIVE STOVE DEALERS..
3D . VAENEY.
CHEA1 L.VXIJS FOR SALE.
soi,i Ky. xtu Tnii. .
SANTA FE PwALLIiOAD COMPANY,
Tins company AittvMiivirr'ki:.c; hiuslv.
IN LOTS TO SUIT PURCHASERS,
Tha tV'lebrateii Uj.ly of Land know u as the
1 his is otiMif ;..e fii fst traetsof
HiviiiK the ItKST OF W
..M:l .i .irli'.n eov-
These Ijiidsareuotv iRerist Mr vile for the first
time, on easy term., hem,; on kivi: rKR time
WITH INTKKIBrr -T 7 Mil l-! NT I'KB AN.M'JI, a fol
lows; At time of the purvha tine-fiftii CJish, with
interest on tirrn,"i ia menu lor one vear.
Seisnul vesr no itasinent rifiuinsl, exrept interest
for ono ye:ir. 1-ich year tliereafii r on.'-lilih id
principal, tosther with iuterit on remaining t!.-
TKof artieiilars apply to or addri-s
. i. lakix.
Land Commissioner A. T. ti S. T. R. E. Co.
KANSAS LA.M rHC SAI.i:.
rpiuK i.anii wr.in: m:i.eti:i ix -,
X. and arc anion;; the l-l in the M lie. Tiny lie
In twenty diCeriiit e'miti'-", seventeen of wiihh
Must of them :ue nearT)VX.S, or nilhiii .S. It!s-'
ment.. Oinsiderin theqinlity ami bs:ilio:i; li.er
are the "
Cheapest Lands for Sale in the State.
Priik Fiom Five to Ten Dollars per aere.
ulars, address T. II. IVAl.KI.'R, '
Lkavi'Mvoktii, Kj, )
August I, IbTli.
riiiii: rxiiKiisicxEu iiavi: hkcomi: as.o-
X CIATini as Ctuural Agnt of the
Connecticut Mutual Life Ins.'Co. of Hartford
States of TextH, ArKvnuts, Aebrtwla, and the
Territories of Culn.-wLi, Wyoming, Men
Uimi, Dutola, Iilnho, Utah, Arizona '
and Airir Mexico.
Also Agents fir the State of
Aqents, I'olicv-hol len, -tn-1 othor, within the
a!xe uauieil limits, de;ri- to communicate nith
, ... i. JI.IUI, .llilUll.
IIOI'KIXS, Iz-avenworth. kan,
. ORAIIAM, late of thn K-nertil
Aitcney At. iauU, MO.
THK MAST TIlOCSaMlS WJJO USB
Xa a.b 4-v x-usai t IVToxrx-ia
SPECTACLES & EYEGLASSES
prouounce thcui to le the most
PET.FF.CT, PI.KASAXT A BRlLLIAXT CLASSES
The largr and increasin; demand for them is a
nra .l ..e I l.(.e .eriT-lrtTTt
All that .sy-ienee lias dUeovereJ and Art perfected
ueniimiiea in inese (-ituuu lenses.
They mpc'.TiiE- and ris Titr. Girr,
re eay and pleasant to -rear, and Iat many years
WatehmaVers, Jewelers and t.arisn, ZC Delaware
street, arc -jle agents for
from whom only can they lie obtained.
I 91 khaf'c Opticians,
nos.r.lAwSl . f HABTFOIID. qiXK
"CWB S.M.E D LYpX COCSTY, XEAR EM
X' rOKIA, 160 acres excellent lam
stone house, 12 rooms bet lints;
em Kansas stablinz i train horses'.
-' In South-
uusre uDUinntt spring mr stuck, pj-i wen, aiaf-st
desirable home, everything prepared to hand for
WmAmmm umf..l.l MWSut ! -1 .UhaB.i til W .SB
th Jmall price of $MO-ha!f,-Br.sT. thanTlulf
... .v K. ..1J.. . . ' 1-1. ,. I
- - :Bn7SSr.BX b t m---
lliei4inKiny. win pieau a.iuress iiiu-ki.ns.v or.- " "", '""; pns uiiii ami mske Known io .te ,t(. - an,i riving siitnciint reasom i.hvone
HAM, ,.t IHswiir-sf.. I-aeii-iorth Kan-ns . .juall tii-1 1 iee,or of -aid .s.uiity, that an . leciior. ,,.,,, ;,. .....e.. In this land r.f oars arel'UI-
We take this oceasum to fall your attention to t!ie ' ill " held at the several plaees of holding lei- ' , i-('I"I"I Y IN'l ll'M If mv su'nstioin wire
Cdlowiug siaumtiit: Co. Incorporated ISli. As- I" hc vjrioisvo!in,:.rei met of said county, . ,. ," ' ,, "i.ttli"lv OSaVMlMION: would
sets over S30,K.,tw. Ca--h Loaetsl in the JVe-l, ' on Tue-.ljy, the-th .lav of Xo.eml-ir, A. Ii. Wi.. ' ,,''lZ.,. "J" V; f. ' ', ... yl-- , bTn,'
SI0.OO0.O.M. .oeUTt,beMlo,i,,gonlrers,f-wi,: r?! ?J tX;
Offickrs Hon. James f'oAdwin, VroMctittZ. t'i.,ii,iijn r,.r. r. - . fvrmatiuii. r.N"o oun; man but ousht to read
Pre-ton Vie.- l-resident; V. S. OIm.tea.1, See;' TJiite J ,Vi7J"' ,,,,.,., r, ' Manl"-.. Ct Xo. ourr- Ia.ly but oulit to
E. II.. WatLlnson, "21 Viee I-resident; Gd. J. L wJrifX1 ' ' "-1 "Uoaanh.sl." 'Ibey are Is.und separately
; ..-. .... is w- u. . . i" . T i -s;reiar CI Mate , ....:. i i i---i iM- t-ifiir ii-
uimi. ." t s--
inuTNBOTIIAM,:Ecar E,teient,'ifA.y. lif- SP! JSH'rS-".'-V? thi?T
mware street, Leavenwortn. -etysUw ' .T' to-fj of County towmi-sioners reserve the
! right to reject any ami all bid.
';!,ggg??J ' O. DrEFF.'DOItF.
pOR SALE - . '
I " f r"1" " ltor,V-uld or 5,ram. IvT'rrJ' '
of bed 31xO inches lnide brarrrs.
Apply at this
ST. JLOUIS SAW WORKS.
BKAA1I. CROOKES & CO
EXTRA TINE CAST STEEL SAWS,
Of Sill fllC DOCriptiOIIS llOW
The" Paws hatched! tuanuDcturisl and In iix -
Tooth Mws made, anMivil exclusively 0:1 tbe I'acifitJ
mi ld,h TEE
VW . BRANCH,CR00KES 8cC0 lK
mm MANUFAtlTURERS, TH
FOR SALE AT Ol'R WAREHOUSES,
" i t:
11C and 118 Vino street,
St. Louis. Mo.
IN GREAT ABUNDANCE.
LARGE ASS0ETMENT OF
NEW DRESS GOODS,
I AVe want you to know it.
THE EXTENT, ELEGANCE AND EFFECT
Of our dress goods this season. Oiiueand !Ic at t! m, o:i will find thm
W LADIES WILL
i That we continue to take orders for mjWin,; np
In th ill v-t fiIii 1'iiblii an I sttifi-t ry nuur.
pose. O.ir -.nclc of
NEW MATSEIALS FOR FALL WRAPPINGS.
nou' e-jinplete i.i
SILK-VELTETS, HEAVER, ClllXCIULLA, ASTRAEAX, AC.
READY 3SIADE CLOAKS,
A Iairuifiecut ImI oi Winter S!i:jN in
BR0CHE, MARINO, PLAID, PLAIN GRAY, &C.
I. Heap' ! :vur4
New C-TOO-i- l"voi
31 USICA L IXSTK L'Jl CXT.S.
THE ASI0N PIANO
Tin: i'...-.r iji :.irv r toni: ok
riam in throe, t. t if w 'nvipi-sl the
ri:i:.MIl'.M - I.i: ".Ji-'irar," ('itckenns,
aiMoi!i'-rs jt a m imhmi ktkih .it I airi .m ri-
nil lllstltii! in New Vi k. All an- V- iMlvw
ami arr.i:n,Ml t ra iif. am
and uiu'erin,; Humane improper, are permiru.ntly
, 1 1 hel-s o'-'vPI'ortui.itii's iubirpital and private
Kull 7 .t.ir-s, Icrurlly linis'.ie.!. an 1 has t.ie .,rictii are uiri'i-sssUii it. lrs oranr oth. r
hie imprivi.iits. This I'niio is .Kll.li-1 byf.itv. ILi'-t tite.i.f .l. I.'.uis papers prove that he
tea hers t.ifK lh 1mM f.rlhe priru nude, alien- !,r; ln loeatid lb-re longer liv years thin any
iine-i-ci in i :ie 'tejo is iviier man -" vi mn.
inten-st. Warm ted lor lite year.
The Sstey Oott.
- New Haven Temple Organs
Are the Mindanl lt..sl In-triunenisof theaie, eo-i-tainiiu
ti l'atent IIir.no.iie Attichmi-nt, Manuel
Sublfiss, Knee .-well, OrRau Ifellons, i;tvI .nrd,
fiiliilinte and Vov IlumitM Tremolo all war
ranted. t'hurUics, Teaibers ju.1 Clerityireii Iilier
ally dealt with. Agents wanted, (.'.ill or send for
iircuLn-s. Iris;s ) to J7VJ. A R"-1 orn, i
' tops 57,-;. a tineortin witli l"s!o, V2.i.
i ' A. .1. VIi:i.K, Central Asent.
Jll Xerth sivth iinet, St. Imis, Mo.
ij-zoxAi-ii, rxii:i: mikkiki'
.r:h Omiity, Kausai-, in iiur'uanre
, Sii;icriutmdenl of Public Instruction,
Memli. r of t .n "rress,
t Three Sen itors from Leavenworth Oiuntr,
An.l the following County )theer, to-wlt:
Clerk Ditri(.t Court,
.Ann one npresenialive eaeu fer the 22il.
th, Sith, .Clb, .7th, -.'sib, "ath and 30th ltepre
Ptative DNtri-tsof the Stateof Kansa'.
1 AIo. to till lneiiiwr. f..r the .tG.s ..e ilurt.f ..r
The iill-rwitl !.'ojicti at 8 o'clott, a. m., and
wiUelo'eat Co'i.uk- p. ia.
tiivtn initlerniy hai.d, at l-avenworth. Kansas. I
Untler ftherill of Lf -areuw unit Omntr. Kana.,
norrrs-siriil aslbeSTAMMirn HlklG PO"-
I .i,,,, ,1 ,iw0 iiislTIT5. IiOLLs!
t- Iftfr U sa-arl tlsiti..t..ll.ll n.s. ..! i.i '., , If It
BKEAD. 4;i(llLK and otler CAKI-s. ic Ac.
Ills InCtllilile. and alnsjs ready for iaircedlate
ne. Tholt IfTlST ItlVTIlKltfurnseenlocs'jIU
itirtUhS to AT 1MRT OF THK GLORK. I
It'is roaieni-at anJ eeni-.tnl.-al. ( WITTK
OF F.MD VHKVXRKtt WITH IT. .S'nlleterywh.re
, by tJaotlUIs, Mllf.Cin.MIU.ILS aad D!ULKU-. i
, DOOLEYJ: BROTHER, Manufacturer-;,
r -co znr STR:zrr. zrizzr-YORK.
COUSTY rLtEK'sOFnCE. I
LlMVENWOimi, Ks., Oct, Tid, I70. i
EAI.ED PPJPOi-AI-S WILL BE RECEIVED
this office until 12 o'clock m..
Monday, November 7th, 1870,
i Fortbebaildinzof Bridges 03 the Murjdiev road,
an' oreT -iue J,iIp Crekoi the Fall Lear Boad
Each bid niut laecoiijanie-l with a lind with
cood and ut5c!cnt nretii-s In the sum of sCOO,
rn"-0n'Jh.:,t " Xu m ?,w,anlf '
1 tract in accordance therewith will besi-'t
By rmBiEsCrnMEB, Deputy.
IIEAP.S, Ac, Ac
lone'on short nr.tife.
JlCtt ill the l-Illtcd SlalPsi.
incj - t.V.t. Thev arv vrarmnted the lot Insorteil
Vi3t and appriirtsl by mill men wherever known.
76 Carondelet street,
New Orleans, La.
A t.iervli't of theditt'mi: iinlt:iU i- laulli-lent to gie yon a pro'H-vr
DRESSES AND SUITS
'V 'i ive fitt si n;i .i C"mC.ru!!" nm ftr this pur-
ilsoit A' JCeith.
i:f.t.i"i..i: si:AiifATi: of.mi:ihinea-.
iA at oltit-e will .iht, has lvri luntr
en'rii:el in the treatment of Venereal s.in and
, lnate ttist-ases ttun any other pbysiiian ii: St.
I ftypMHf, ("or.orrliea, Clect, Mrhtun-s Onhitis,
i Hernia anl I'tipttires: all I'riiurv li.eaM- and
s.yphilltn- or Men inal aitittiims of the Throat,
' ,iini,piiji,imi,Jiiili uMiunlM..! .i,n
, . nnat..irli.-i. s,.T,t Iiebditrand lim.iteiier.
. t lie rr
'tilt of s, lf.-Itse in Vtllltll.
. in t.i.it.irur ear. or ether causs,
ui'l ivhhh iro
1 ilii'-s j'ne of ti" fj!!.)iin4 etfeits, as noturti.il
I ei.iiss nr K t hn, dtbiiliy, iliziness f siht,
..if.ri4u of lib is, evil tiri.tlinfcsf aver.ion l the
i s.ieh tviiftiMti il.st, l.sof inenirvaf:d sexual Kwer,
iner a ivertiin;. 1 ne estaiit.siiment. Ubrarv.
i Ialir.it'raii'laii.'ititiiieiit3re u:ieiualisl in (It
U",t, ui.iurpis.tsi anywhere. Ap", with exp-ri-
I imv, ran be n-Iinl un, and the Doctor ean refer
CQ I ''' '" '")' I'liyitiaiis tlinmhout the eountry. In
Jx5 J i3t sucoess ami pri-ent iositto:i he stands without
, The Writings of a rhysieian vh'is(. ri putatioii is
l"iiion-wMe shttiiM Is? worth rtrtdin?.
i Dr. Whittier ublihis a Melic.il Pamphlet rel it
I ins to -7cnere-.il diseaes ami the disastrous and
aricl eonsi'iueiieesof .lf abii-e, that willbeseiit
to any addre-s in a seated i nveh;s- for two stamps.
It to'ut.iins full symptom V.-X tliat will enatde
tho-ieaniiittsl tndttcrniino the mturet.f their coiu
pliints and pive a written statement of their ease,
that ill answtr :ilni"t as uill forthepuri'seol
treatment as a rstinal interview, lint where it is
eonvfiiient t!ie llis tor sbc.tjd Neonsiilted periii
ally It Helf pvldent tint a phv!ian who eonf.nes
liiuslfe-Klit'lvely to Ihestu ly ofactrtain (lass of
disea, j;id treats tliou-auds of ea-s- every dny,
must esjuire n-ster skill in tint sssinlty titan one
i in general praitiee. .Many pnysiciaiis rei-osiiiiitg
' this fict, Intn'liite pitientstofl ednctor after n-ail-.
in hi' tiainp'jlet. (liiniiiiiMcalions eoitfelential.
' A frirndlr tali: w"II ct on nothit.j. Oifieeeeii
I tral, et' n-tired Xo. Mi .s. tlurlesstrxt, it.
loiii"fi.. Jiours'l . si. to 7 1. M. sundajs
I . -.-. .
' f-XI'I.MNI.Ni: WHO MAY, AXD WHO
i 111 tiitaht ii,t t' lairrv. Keesiie s,-ual exiite-
meii: ITS CAl'M's," 'lt ntTtirul a.luu-. All
I that is worth LiioinaUut ri:i:Vi:XTIX. AN"
whv - in mr of laith xes liaie riMrl.I-si on the
I s.niVATDiX. - I'lteitts cat Ii. or l.th together
i ami ii in l i'
I fur 'JT ents.
, CLARK WHITTIER, M. D.,
, 617 St. Charles street, St. Louis,
Who has given a lifelong rjietial attention to the
treatment of all eases relating to the above, requir
in,r lnislieal interf.it nte, and has been LOXUKK
UiOATKD IX 5T, I.OLI-s than anv other Chronic
Di-si. I1iyie!an. i'ezil his worts and judge for
yourselves." Uiiico Hours 'J a. m. to 1 p. m. ; - to
C and 7 to 'J p. m. oeMAir
I do not wi.b to infirm you, reader, that Dr.
Wonderful, or any o'hi.r raac, has di'sjvfrel a
renusly that cures consumption, slrn thelumare
half couMiiued. In short, will cure all di-ea-s
whether of mind, lsly or estate, mate nuahva
forevrr, afel leave death to play for want of work,
and is designed to make our sublunary split re a
Uisful I3radL-e, to which Iltaren itself -hall l
Isit a si le show. You have heard en'jujh of tfi;t
kind of uaiuhn-.'zer'. l'Mt when 1 tell you that
Dr. Sire's Catsrrh Itemedy will sltively cure the
wor:t cases of Catarrh in "the Ili-ad, I only assert
that whh.li tho-isandi ean testify to. I will pay
i.Vsi Vj ward for a ca.se that I car.net cure. A pani
phlet givin; syniptonis and otl.ir Information tent
fre-1 any aldres. This remedy i
lLI BY -MOST IilSTfiOI-rr-i IX ALL PAirTj
OF THE WOULD.
I'rite VI tent. Stntby mail, j-nt i-ahl, tiii re
ceipt of tiity cents, or four jvaeka-es for two dol
lar.. Be-rare of cor-rTERFErw ami worthless imi
tations. Sste hlt mr j.rivate i-tamp, which in
iMilh? ffnara-Jr of ynwi'ness, Is npon theoutsMe
wrai.jrf-r. Keiiemf-r that this jirivate fetamp, is
sued byhe Cnitetl itauatiovcruinent expnly
irtanipin5niy ineilicines, has my jiirtn!it. name
nd aildress, arid the worjs "V. S. Certificate of
Cenuinencs," engraved upon it, and need not be
rnl'talton. Iwn't Is? swlndlel by travillers and
others representius themselves as Dr. fase; I am
the only man now living that has the knowledge
and'rLiht to manuDctnrc the Oenuine Dr. base's
Catarrh l"eaii.-lr, and I never travel to sell this
medicine. ' I". V. PIEItCE, 31. D.
novIdAw71 1S3 Seneca-t. , Buffalo, X. Y.
A. X. (-LABS',
WM. P. nOSLASD
SECOND NATIONAL BANK
k OF liEAYEX WORTH.
uys and Sells Govemtnent Bonds, ami dues a gen
'tral Kinking LusJness
luipor CilorFc Engine fjnr (4) hone power nearly
nw.Ap!-ly at this olfu-ej-
FACTS FOR LADIES.
KE.VD THE FOLLOWIXtt
A. S-.-m.iub, .:
Dear Sir: I have used your Wheeler A Wilson
Sewing Machine in my family for sixtean year
with perfect satisfaction. During that ti-ns tie
entira expense, with tbe exception of oil and
needles, will not amonut to five dollars. II y entire
family are so proficient in its use that my youngest
daughter, only eleven years of a", is s expert as
her mother. It Is their universal voice, to sell the
piano but keep the sewing macbino.
A: SUMNER CO.,
WHEELER Jt WILSON
600.000 NOW IV USE.
is 'st- is:
SHOULD SA.VE ONE.
After sixlcon years espexlence we are
prepured to furnish a bettor Machine
for the rurHose of family nc-nin-r than
The qualities which recommend this
1st. Durability. It trill last longer
than any other machine.
M. Economy of thread.
3d. Simplicity and thoroughness; of
4th. It has no shnttlc and makes the
."lit. Ileauty and excellence of Mitch,
alike on both sides of the fabric scned.
tit It. Strength, firmness and durabil
ity ofs-cain that will not rarel.
th. Its wide range or application to
purposes and material.
S. C'oniiactnevt and cletr-incc of model
!th. Speed and caw of operation and
ninn-itn-nicnt, and quictnetM of mote
incut. Kith. It has ilftcen pieces less titan
imy slut t tic machine, table included.
Ill ft. It has fewer pieces exposed to
near than any other Lock Stitch Mu
I lit. It is the most simple in con
struction, stud easiest adapted to .HITcr
cii t kinds of mirk; it can be changed
from coarse to line, or from line work
to coarse, where u change of needle,
lliri-ail. Icngtli of stitch and tension are
rci'iiircd, in less time than any other
It is ilcericdly the
.MOST I'OPliXAK MACIIIXK
EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR.
:i:kh hi: without a
WK A Ki: AI.0 PKIU'AKED TO FURNISH
Organs & Pianos.
All Villi (J tule ar- ie-ued from the
ST. I-OUH OKFIUK,
Ami the name
Is usl a a trtid' mark on all giod s.,1,1.
Catalosni-s with full deseription. of all the styles
ofMACIIINES.HW'ANsand I'IANO-, eut .st
iaid on a'lication.
l;tant purchasers can sen-1 onlers ty mail after
eon-ultinj; the'atIo-4U, and be; Hire f ret riving
jirecisefv what they order.
Thc who patronise us may !; as-ureI tliatws
TAKE GOOD CARE
Of every Machine or Instrument sold hy ls.
We oCVr our icoo-ls at fritirs
Within the reach of all, and
on better terms than any
other reliable House.
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OFFICE fc SAIX ROOMS,
41S N. Fink tUwcet,
Oaslee M Delaware Street