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THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALGOSA, KANSAS; SATURDAY DECEMBERli W
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WILLIE'S CHRISTMAS GIFT.
")Ue, tell Harry and Jennie and
WniieTo'c6rne into the library; and
be real.stil about it,' for I want to
tell, you all a secret," whispered Su
sie Lee to her brother, one morning
after breakfast. Mrs. Lee had gone
out to do some shopping, so the chil
dren had a good time for their secret
convention. As soon as they were
all-in the room, Susie, who seemed
to be the only one who understood
the secret, began to tell them what
it was. "You know," he said, "it
is a'most Christmas time, and we al
ways have some nice presents on
Christmas. You think it is Krist
Kringle who sends them to, us, but
I've found out where they come
from! It is our father and mother
who give them to us."
"No it isn't, it is Krist Kringle,"
"I'lflell you how it is, little bro
ther," said Susie. "Do you know
'whafc.Christmas is?" .
"lts a day when we get ever so
"That's not all of it, Willie. It is
the .birthday of Christ. God, the
good, gave Him to come into this
world, where we are all wicked, and
help us, .to be good like, Him. So
He-was. God's gift to us and Krist is
6nly anVther name for Christ. And
you know all, our good things come
from Him. God puts it into the
hearts, of our parents to give them
to us. And J think that as they al
ways give us presents, we ought to
give them some too. It will make
them know that we love them."
' "Oh,,yes.V cried all the rest; "let
siis give.them some Christmas gifts,
Where will we get money en-
- ough to buy things that will please
big folks?" asked 'Harry, r -1
"And what can we get that; thty
wil! like?" said Jennie.
,r; ."Susie can-tell the best," said Al-
"Tie; "let her make a plan for Us. We
ought to, for she was the first one to
"1 think thev would like some-
thing that we make ourselves bet
ter tftan anything we can pur-
, So it wis agreed by all that they
should each make something for this
object, and give their parents a plea
sant surprise. Ihere were a great
many sly talks in corners,and a great
-deal of quiet work going on for a few
weeks. There was an unusual ain't
of painting and drawing done, nee
die cases, work-boxes, pincushions
and slippers made. But there' was
one little curly head which could
. think of nothing good enough to give
"Mamma," and the lace ol little W U
die was sometimes very sad as he
5aw the others doing so much. The
little hands were busy helping all
they could, and the little leet ran
quickly when there was something
needed to aid in the work ol love,
On Christmas morning, after their
own sifts had been discussed, they
cava their presents, and a surprise it
was, indeed, to the glad parents.
rAH but Willie. He had hidden be
rliind 'his Mothers chair,-and remain
ed there until the rest had gone Horn
'"the room. Then came timidly and
laid a ? little paper in his mother
"Mamma," he said, in a trembling
voice, "1-couldn't make you any
thing, but 1 love you just as well.
I could not think of anything else to
give you, so I've brought yon one of
my pretty curls. l it good enougn
for a Christmas present, mamma?"
There it lav. the beautitul colden
ringlet which bad hung about the
face of her darling. Tears came to
the moiKei's eyes as she took it; not
tears of sorrow, but of gladness of
joy for the bve of the precious child,
which knew of no way to express it
aalf but bv a curl.
"Yes, Willie, darling," she said,
as she pressed him fondly to her
Heart; "vou love mamma, and that
is enougVfor a Christmas gift."
Warm kisses she pressed upon his
brow; and -told him-beautiful things
as the little arma clasped her neck,
till Jier darling nestled down against
herheaVt and slept. No child ever
faave 'its' mother a better, richer
Christmas gift, than little Willie, for
he gave her his heart and love.wnich
were more precious to her than all
the cosily things that wealth could
Depjdu on Yourself. Moat
young'men consider it a great mis
fortune In be born poor, or not to
nave capital enough to establish
themaelveafattheir outset in life in
Mod and comfortable business.
ThU i a mistaken notion. So from
poverty being a misfortune to them,
i( ,we judge from what we max eve
ry day behold, it is really a blessing;
4he chance is' more than ten to one
' against him who starts whh a for.
x tune. " s
ii I m
'JTp pardon those absurdities in
ourselves which we cannot suffer in
itherg is neither belter nor worse
than to be more willing to be fools
ourselves than to see others so.
-;.;' As the beet tempered sword is the
'moat flexible, so the truly generous
are the post pliant and courteous to
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Wo bare on hand a fine assortment of
GOAL OIL LAMPS,
Also, all the
Of the day, eonsistin5, in part, of
Aycr's and Ja vug's Medicines,
Hall's Balsam lor the Lungs,
Hostetter's Bitters, Hchnbold's
Extract Buchu, etc., etc.
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atoutet harness leather, without changing the
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Corner Levee and Cheroico Streeu,
Hbtc in store the following stock of
Fresh Staple and Fancy
To which we invite tbe special attention of
3,000 SACKS OF FLOUR !
200 Hogs'd N. O. Sugar,
200 ISbls. .Loaf, Crushed and
100 Bbls. Clarified Sugar,
100 Boxes Havana Sugar;
200 BkS. H. &, N.O.Molasses'
100 Bis. Plantation do
500 Bags Rio coffee,
100 Mats Java coffee;
1,000 Kegs Assorted Nails;
500 J3oxes &tar Candles;
100 Boxes Mould do
100 Pfcs. Mackerel & Herring;
5'i coils Cordage ;
100 Half Bis. S.C. Soda,
100 Bxs. Babbitt's Salaratus:
000 Bxs. Yeast Powders:.
3l)0 Boxes Raisins:
400 do Manuf'd Tobacco; -3(K)
Boxes Soap :
100 Half Chests Tea:
1,000 Bdls. Wrapping Taper:
Wc have alw'on hand a fine assortment of
PURE BRANDIES, TOES
OLD WHISKY ,
In Casks, Quarter Casks and Bottles.
Fruits. Pickles, Nuts, & Spices
Of all kinds, and, in short, everything connect
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jdvortiso in the luccpendcz)
ConrocND Fluid L'xtkact L'lxuc. a Positive
and Specific Bemcdy for liKeae of t lie L ladder,
Kidue)8. Gravel, and Dropsical Swelling.
This Medicine incrcosea the jwiwer ot L ijjcs
lion, and excites tbe Absorbents into healthy ac
tion, by whicU the Wntery or Calcarfoc dep
siiion, and all Unnatural Enlargements are re
duced, as "well as Pain and IiiUnininntion.
UELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU.
For Veakncss arisinjr from Exccjh., Habits.
x'Dtsiip-iiiop, Carly liidistiLmncf of Abti'-e, at-
e ided vritli the tlIoingeyniptom
InJi. position to Esirtion, Ixws of Pcftver.
Lot's of mcniory, Difficulty of Brenihiiig.l
n caK nerves, rtmbiirtjr,
Horror of Diase,- Wdkefulnefs,
j'jiuMipo ui 1 121UU, lain 111 ine i3CK.
(Jnivereal Lassitude of the Mu.-culnr Sraitm,
Hot Hand, Flushing of the Body.
Dryness of the Skin, Eruption on the Face,
T Pall.d Conntensnce.
These pynip'ous. if allowed to go on. which
this Medicine invariant-rerao es. soon follow
Ihi-otenct, Fatui'tt. Epiuftio Fits.
In one ot which the Patient nny expire.
.. iw ij, inai iaey are not frequently lot
owed by thnse"Dircful Diseases" '"
"INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION I"
Many arr nwareoftle cause of theirDgeriiig,
BUT J ONE WILL CONFKfa TH BJCCORDS 09 TBS
1!V8ASK ASTLCMS. s-v
And Melancholy Deitbs by Consumption bear
ample witness to the Troth of the assertion
The Constitution once Affected with Organic
Weakness require the aid o'f Medicine to In
vigontc and Strengthen the Svtem, which
Helhboid's EXTRACT BUCHU Ixtamablt
Does. A Trial will convince the most skeptical
In many Ajjttctiona peculiar to Females the
Extract urjcnu i unequaled by any other run
edy, as in Chlorosis or Retention, Irregularity,
Painfulness, orSuppics'ion ot Cusiomwy Evac
uations, Ulcerated or Scirrhous slate of the Ute
rus, Lcuchorroea or Whites, Strrilitr, and for all
complaints in.-idcnt to the sex, whether arisini;
from lnrii'cretion, llnhits of Di'sipation.orin the
DECLINE OK CHANGE OF LIFE.
Take no more lialtam, Mercury, or vnphatanl
JftJicinetor vnpltaunt and dangermti diteu.es.
Hklvbold's xtkact llccnu and Improved
RnSK WasB CCKK3 SEVniSX 11!EAM
In all their 'Stages At little Expense,
f:..t.. i fn:.. s ' :
uiuu; or no euauge 01 uici. iio lucuiiieujcatc;.
And no Erpoture.
It causes a frequent d sire and sires Strencth
to Urinate, thereby Remnring Obstruction?,?!.-,
ventinaand Curing Sirir tares of the Urethra,
allaying Pain and Iuflammation, to frequent in
Uis class of diseases, and expelling all P-itim-wslhseastd
and uornttit Jatt'r.
Thoaand2upoti thousands who htve been the
victims or Quacks, nd who havr raM Ktavy
fees to be cured in a sbon time, have found they
were deceived, and that trfe"Poisoa" has, by the
use of 'roWEBVUL AiTRlXGENTa,' been dried up
in tbe ostem, to break out in an sggrAvaltd
form, and perhaps aftkk mab&iagk.
Use IllLMBOLD'S Extkact Uuchd for all af-rec'ti..ii8-ndilLoastsof
the URINARY ORGANS
wltether existing io MALE or FEMALE, fr-m
whatever caus' originating and no maltrr. ot
UOa LONO fcTA.VDINO.
Diseaaesi of their Organs require ihe aid of a
DIURETIC Helhbolts rjcTEAcr liucat-u
the GREAT DIURETIC, and u certain to have
the dctired effect in all Diseases Sor whirh it is
Eidineo nf the rmst reliable end responsible
chnrncicr will ncf mpiii the Mulicinr.
l'aici: $1,00 feu boi tle, oi six ros Sr',00.
Dc ivered to anyAddre-a, S"Ciire!y packed from
obseratioa. lirfle Xj-;1 "tf in till Cjhi.
C'ure Cuii rume ci! Alviiv (.riitla!
Addreis letters for inlurnil'utn ii
II. B. HCLMi:OL.D,Clisin't.
KW South Tenth-M , UI. Chestnut, Thili.
HIXMBOLD'S Medical UeJlt.
IIKI.MBOLD a Drug .nd Chemical War. U.f,
691 lifundwjy. Vef "Vi.,t
Bewakc orCousTEEric ts and cm-uilii-llo
DcALUij, wliocndeavnr todipo ! tleuouu'
and 'othei' arnclcjon the rtputaiion mu n. dby
HelmlioM's Uenmne Preparation?.
" Extract liuchu.
" ' " Sarapin.lal
" " ImproreU Rosij Vti6
SoLL r ALL DitUOlISTS KVELTWHERir.
A-k c r IIeljuolli &- Tajjk no ut.ds
Cat aui Ihe nilvrli5incit am) terri loriL
Ami atoii lurobiTio.v am lx.itjjusl.
A pure- and pownfu Tonic, corrective and alt
er.itivcct ttcndcrfiil efficacy indufa-ta of tho
Stomach, Liver and Bowels.
Cmcs D)?pep-is, l.ivrr Complaint, HealicJe.
O'enerel Urbililj , Ner outing. Deprtrrioii of
Spirits, Comttipaiion, Colic, Intermittent levers,
Cramps nn,l SpTin.-i.i.B I n I Complaints of eith r
ex, arising liom Bodily Wenkm ess tthcllit r m
licuiii in thi gytttemor product d by op. ctal causi s
Nothing that is not wIioIcmmih, ycnial and ics
torutivu in it nature e u rs iniothecompition
I liOSTETTLB 3 STOMACH 1HTTKIS. Tt,i pop
ular piepuratioo contains no niincr.il of any kind,
nu deadly botnnical element; no fiery txc itani;
but it is a combination of tho extracts of rare
b-iltiamic hubs ami plants with the purest and
mildest of alldiliuivc stimulants.
It Is well to be forearmed against disease, and
so far as tho human system can bo protected by
human means ag-tinst maladies engendered by
an unwholesome atmosphere, impure water and
ether extern.il cbuh-, 1 1 ostettlk s Bitteks may
be rtlitd on m a sn'emian!.
In di-tricu iiiffttd with Fevrr and Ague.it
has hem found inlalliMc n- n tiff ventivo ami ir.
ritistable ns n rcmnty, mid thougandi M ho report
ti. It llml.tr Mitur. liMiminn nl n n,.KHl -
... .. UUUv, u,,.. ..-.. Ml,, cucipeiue
sccurgc; and thnuaitds who neyL-cl lo avail thtm
sehcsut its protective qualitiej in a Ivance, are
cured by a ery btiet course of this nmrvel'iu-t
medicine. lVver and Aguu patients, alter being
licit withquiuue tor months in nin, until fan"
ly saturiiU'd uilli Hint tlnniterous ulkaloil. nri.
not unfrtqucutly resturtil to health w iitun a.t.w
dayi by the u;u or HojTtTTfcR's Bittees. '?
'Ihe wtU .lOnucli is raj ully i ivigwitwl anj
the appetite rrstoreil by tin sgrceibiu Tonic, nnd
hence it worki unndtrs in oi.e of D8ruIA
and in le-a coi)iirm d tomi of IxuiutSTio.N. Act
mg as a gentle ard jalnle snppttKni.a. Wtlla.
upon Hie liver, it IbO invariably mlmnstli To
sTll'ATio.-l superinduced by irreg ctioii oi
the digestive and secretive organs
PerMiis of feeble habi., liable ervous A I
tacks, Luwmss of Spiiit and t f I-nnpuor
find prompt and ermantn 0j ,rom jjit'
urs. me icMimonj uu .nn point isnuMCcm
elusive, anu iiom ou scxej.
The agony of Billious Oholici" Iramerl.a
atsuagedb a (ingle dose fth- (timlilnnr,
Loccaionnlly rivortinsr tjit. lti rmrj m
cojiii.oint luiy liu i rev iili.l. I
Ann (Juntrnl 1'omc IIosTETTLt s Hi m-iB n.n.
Iducecllov't.tRhlgh must be txetiemed or it J
in !-iT IvfVire they can bS fullvannn eiai.il. Ii. '
caiuf CoiwHiunonal Weaktias. PrFinuiuniBe
ciiy "nu wiHiuiij uiiu ificrepiiitHL' Bru-uig fn'in
Old Aoe, it cxuci" s the ebctriis Inllui r.sa tn
tb ronvalecentUigesof alldiuauj it operates
nature are relaxed, it iper-t'M to re-enforco uiui
Ut,but nntleant.it inthe0.tLrSAri:Sriuii
la NT that is now inanufactured from snui d and
ii.enocuous materials which arnentin ly (no from
thu acid elf mints present more or l-s- m all the
ordinary tonics ami st nm liuclo i)f Ihp ciuy.
N fuiiily medicine hn Iwen to univeVsolly
and we may truly mM, iiiarinitPLY p i,udruitll
the intelliu.nt portibn ul thu Community, n llos
tkiti 's llirrxaj.
IV.aret by IIOSTETTKH & SMITH. Pius
bush. Pa., ami Sold bv Druztiati. Grocen n,i
stor akoepers ever) whero. Iyl70
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the commencement ol the next volume. We
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deavor every week to give
TBE NEWS OF TEE STATE,
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SKEWS OF THE TEEK, ?
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any item. rc 't-va. ,
We shall also introduce a department for"""
THE "LITTLE OLKSl
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them easily! We shall take much pains with
this column, 'ns we think th chiMren ot evei-v
household ought to Receive special atteutioo. ,
jut nine reaaers may iook out tor tnu feature. '
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TX ni.d ooth-.st. mu !mo and it -.nw,..
liqn? f.rm itln-r th !-licnwtur the best touteto
tliiladilpQli, .Vc-.v Ycrt, Boati.n, Baltimore and
rer upm fcuro cjr.ncc'ion.lilali fpeed wilhper
act eaft.tr, anJ every appliance for cuinfirt tint
can be nrooured. New nml .Vmi ,.,o.......
caw, Tor day and night crviclnvcreremlv bem
,u'" iac!juipmcni ei mo ra Lieni'l it. K.
Four Daily Throi&li Trains From
Tliree Daily Through Trains From
PsUsburg lo New Yoik, and same to
TRAINS LEAVE AS FOLLOWS :
cars for Baltuuopi and arrive at that city 5.40,
. ,"." r . u" passengers oy iiils train ar
nVe in that city at lO.OO P M.
TllnV)' AOCCM'K -Slorinina .1 nil C.-.t,...
Leacj Pitt-vhuri: 0,00 a u., reaches llarrisburg
5,10 r. M , rd Pliladelphia at 11,15, p. u.
r1Bi-?r . " ''m,3Sr M.,reache3Hnr-
i. -i i -o 'arnTe " u-'itimoro I.a. 3f. at
Philada. .0, a. M. and nt N Y. 12,1V) M
t ast LlsK-leavei-P.tfg S.15 P. M , breakfa-t
nt Lancaster 7.2j, arrive at I'Hhuta 10,30 a v
ac Baltimore 11,50 a. ji. Xew York passengers
huve ciiolce ol routes via Allenlonn without
chanr ul cars, ornrin" at 1,45 p. x., or via
rlulndn. and arrive at 3 00 r. m
Tickets fur sale to Boston by Boat or INil.
Boit lVketsO'iMHloniinyof the Sound Lines
b jre to nil points- as Low as nnj Route.
Miladelplua, Aeto JoTa;
a; and Baltimore.
Baggage Check Through and Trans
ana. IIliuKi- Wisconsin, Iowa or Misaouri. nv
UILltOlD PIRtCT. '
Th. Penu'a Central Railroad also ennnecis at
. .s .uiy mi .-Kiiniers, t.y which Givxl can be
.... ... jr pori on me unio, 3lMirsippi,
'V ?"S" ?"'! ot,,cr wni river; and
at Cleveland; Samltir-ky and a.ic'ago ui.h Stea
men in all Ports on the Xorth Wstorn Lakes
.Merchants and shippers enUnsling the trans
porntbn of their frctghuo this Company, can
rely wjili confidence, tm iw pey tranit
The KattM of Freight to and'froni
nny point in tll West by tho Pa. Central R R
are nt nil times as favokable as i0 charged by
v HerRjilniiJCompanieii. '
?"ltnarl.cu!irtu marL im-S,. . . i .
ForJVriijht Contracts nr Shipping Direction.,
ajipty t. . r a drt.-s cither Ol the lollow i,g A.eiit
Ol the I jitrtli.r!i'i &
.;". " . .
Cla .kk. A Qo . Cl.ic-ui
it. t . flirtiirmii. u
ldni.,1. C ivral I'wchaz Agent for
IVoverTMid Fonmrswill findtlii themet
ailvantviiu nuto torLlve-StUck. Capacious
....i, ..i. hi nu ami uipiitu Kith cverv
e.niv..iiiencef h ve lin opened on this line'and
t- ioiincctiuns. and every ntlentiun is paid to
thMrwanN .with chtjieS of market PhiUdel,
plua, IS. w York or BMiimare and ria Allen
town thrt shorteJi, rjuicliest and imis? direct route
to Jscw V ork.
! I.. IIUU1T, Ctn'l TickeiAKent, Piulida
U. II. UOBSTON. (Jea'l Freij-aAgt.. mil
FAST MAII-Lcaves Pitt..btirg at 3,00 A.M
arrives .it I'lnladelphii bt45 p. M. reaches liar
-M.i m. . -. a .ti.. Hiicrp nitxrnwr. .
x.y nHJierrtisDiaor all decriptions can
be Uwanled to and from, Phi,adelpbia, Ncw
xork, BiMton or Baltimore, to and from any
point nn the Railroads ot Uhi.t. V.m.wb. i.i
f. V St.-11'.i.p p..:.!., V . ......
i ii i .. ""' "K"-1". iiMtmrsn.
u h rTf,'1 ht". UMHer P'U". rittrfjiirsh
ml ? n V m " LV-- .V't'cinnnii, Ohio.
. -.v. oi l.ji s, ii3nnri
Suhscrib Tor the Jmlepeutlent.
'forwtrdiig k ftMiwim
'" JMt 'SJ0IB
Agent forMmmri-Riwer FrnhtH,
Corner of Ffa aJta.CesBjerdal St
ST.-L6UI8i MO. -
PK03IPT ASD FKMOXAI. ATTDTTtoll TO IU
. uisi.itbs KsnrTa to jit- Mum.
'ttr 1 o insure quick dispatch ia tat Frwsr4
ing of Merchandise, Mark Psckaaaa "CAaaiag--
a KEF5ENCE. 9cr
Merchants 4 Bosumw Um of St. LetisQeaerafiy
BROAD OUACJI-. t
I &rtilx - .
Making liqalckjk mf:frp.St. tsmUU,
CMTelaBaM hnan W.lilL .
Bfc.'2r hoars. " ym Wlartoa.S7iaar:
From St. Loan to Ciaetaasif wttmt caaxm
or cams. FroaiiCinriiBti to Clevolaad. Pttu
fcargor Bellair, wjjboBt.eha.te of cmP
Baggage jTeekea Ttigfc. l
iMwri, and the Ohio ITiMml'
R. R.'S nuke clot and reliakhj eoaaectiow u
Cincinnati, without omnibus ride, wii ik. tZ?
'The Little Miami' Collambo, AXeaiaiand
Cincinnati. Bamiltnt ADavtoaRail-lteaeV for'
Dayton ac J. Collaaiha. With tat Clevelaad
GillambDs and Cfaciaasti K.R.,fe CleTeUod
Bnnjlo irfaffara KaXt,, TaeWtajaam.Collam'
R.'S for Pltuborsh and Pihdefphia. The Urn1
tal Ohio R.K.. (tt Zanesrille, WaeaWasfl Ball
tiraore. Marietta A Cincinnati K. ILJhtiXtg.
eothe, Marietta. Parkrrsbtirg sad BaJtiaum nA
New a ork or geeton,
pMscn-rs by this roate have the aaVaatate S)C
m ide and sj acious ears, with greater liberality of.
room both in seats and ia mU. tb.. .- k
found on any other Railroad ia tha Wast, and the'
eomfurt aflorded by
Feete's Piteit Teitilifei Cm It Hr
And FooteVpattBt ventilated skcetac earahr
ParnmrerrfrnBi the West by tbe UhioA Vms
"ici'i R.R.. havr tbe advantaa nnr ik i
!trSrJiIS Ti?E cn0ICE OF SEATS AND
CERT.I. frm Cin-mnti. tl ere arenoehsn-
Ecs of car. between Cincinnati aad Cleveland,
1'ittsbuR.h or Brlfart .- '
Two daily itinh Expr-j- trains, (Sandays Ex
. pteil,) ii:.e trafa jPumhy nrrr.h'g.
Ohio A Mi-M-nipi tin.e Tt;
tlian ht. Jioui time. The UliIiCarrrenccifuIlw
adveriisinj other roate
nakins Qtitcker time.
A-k f.r tirketj vi i OfTi., A Minuwip, i R. R.
iormforawiion, npjij, at the Office, X:&.
dir. ctlj oc ihe erner.f Founh and Cntsnut Sl
nmr Plunl.,. ft..na. u. r..r. .
A I I.ULUH,
Heniiiba! k, Jospph Railnlai "
IS IX GOOD OBDERTO BUSINESS
BRIDGES an. limportont points arounder the
rn.teettor. of JaittA State troops. rUW
Reoclas Dailt Pacskth fromKaasaity
riwT Ub T wi,h F "attadun-
r Hulroad tor Sr Jo.eph, wheraeloscnnnee
tun, are made with traii Ewt.on the Haoai
bal and St. Jo, ph Railroad. "
At Hannibal eonncci ion are. mad with P.et.
a f FlJ,'n !Te Miwis';PP! "r, and iha
all fcaJtern railrnads. -
Pa5ssnscr to Sinr T,n!i : it .-..- -
joy a pi. a,ant nighv, Mt. aa ; StXo&
..-. .u.,.,nff , n;a-on tor hunnws, and mate
connection east by railroad.
Statx Rooms axd Meals ox TAcxirrs, FREK.
Passenscrs to the Eastby tlrs remte savefrna
ho to seven dajs over Ihoi goinjj by tbe ll
Stages from proininrnr iwim. :. v.
nectuith the Uanmbal ar'd St.' Joseph Reread
Joi;u!enwort','A,,chiro,, K C'r,aadS?
the Railroad to L-x-rmron. KiehmnJ Ri-.
feild ftS'-Sfc East
North or South, .! offie JTthU Omt
The H. i Su Jo. R. R. Ci,., aM sellinS ltV
fertile Uad,.ituated alon? its line, at low rates
Land tonimfwinncr, Ilaniiibal.
shippers of Freightby this Imoaava time and
Ii-surance. J. T. K. HAY WARD,
r2C-35 BI590S Gen- F r'h Alfn-
ask YoimRocnijpR tt.
B. T. BABITT'S
I aaa brincjng oat a new and atefal article o
Superior 1 rench Chemical Enwir Soap
or New York Cilj Soap, pat op in box
ex of M Hair, one poand each.- Tbetewaiaa
Cra!ive and Detersive Soap has, since its intro
duction to the American public, beca Boat fav
orably known as the ' -V
Jest aid Cieipext.Wwfciig Sm
In Mnrlet, Recent discoterjes (Hon caiyf
t.'m manvfaetvrer) enable m to prodoee an arti
cle possessing chemical "Drrixsiss ami Em
sive'' qualities far surerior to any other Saap.
hallenge the World to JProinei Jit
This Soap ia rapidly takig the place of all oth
er oaps, wherever introduced. Oae poaaJ will
L'o as lar as three pounds ofordinary farahj Kaa.
But one quarter the lime and labor are required
to do tha sareeaaoaat of waabinc aaewiw th
hest of family toap. It will waai with hab
water. Clothea aeetl ao hoitinsaad bat fitdt
rubbing with the hand, thua avoidkafjbfr
upon tlie wahbiard. It deea BoViajae tMt
ric; an theeeatrary,kreaaTveait.aadaMtM
oiors It will remove paint, grraatt ??
or all Linda, direction sent in ea'ba w
takiM Oae;laaad of tha above Soaa,ia
3 (ialleaia at Haaialsaaae 9mt
Send for a bos and uive it total. .If yeaaVart
want a whole box yourself, fet your neig show
join vou, and divide it. - - &'.
tari'lea h (Mrtkulanasd givefulldureeoaa.
tor shipping the xwrhiu .Visa, air tseaaaw,
your pot-office, with iheStatetaad Cmmj
whioWyua reside., Addnss; ,
Jf B. TiBABUmV'
v JO.WashingU n tn-t, Nw jYork-
P. a J will send I box of Soap on receipt ft
or Postage Currency. ' , ..i.
B. T. BAaanr H aha the sjwfeetawrdf
Wlowing etrbrat. artialea, Jf ,whel."
the niaker'M name, if geaaiqe i ' - .
SaxxaaTca: ?OAr PMrara,, Ymmk 5?
jCE.fTRAtXD.IiXY, I)EX1A feOCBPBBfJt"-
tab. sal, 0B tDH, pwm, .'fSKT'