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. LAWRENCE. K. T. I itariiy "loralaf Dec. 17. 1851. Temporair shsspeaeten. Several weeis ago we wrote Balis & Hicks, dealers in printing paper at Kan sas City, from whom we bare purchased printing material (he last few mouths, that we should rely upon them for our stock of paper this winter. They wrote in re ply that they should keep a large sapply on hand, and would be able at all times to fill our orders. About four weeks ago we sent them money in payment for a small stock. They forwarded a portion of it, and wrote that they were daily in expectation of re ceiving a large supply by river, when they would furnish the balance of our bill. Since then we have heard nothing direct from them, but have understood from others that their stock was frozen np in the river, and, hence, were unable to fill their orders. Witluhis issue our entire stock of pa per is exhausted. Unless we hear from Messrs. Balm Sc IIicks soon, we shall seek a supply at St. Louis or Chicago, in the interim the Hibald of Freedom must be temporarily suspended. We greatly re gret this, but it is owing to circumstances over which we had no control. It is pos sible that several weeks may intervene before another iaeua, a w-a aava lU that should we visit Chicago to secure a stock of paper, we should probably con tinue our journey to Pennsylvania, to transact some very important business there which we have long neglected. air. Tbabk will remain in charge of the office to transact any business pertaining to the establishment, and will give par ticular attention to job work, orders for which are solicited. Congressional. The discussion on the slavery question still continues in both lwanches of Con gress. The Senate, after a debate of sev eral days on Mason's resolution for the investigation of the Harper's Ferry inva sion, came to a vote on it on the 14th inst. Trumbull's amendment was reject ed ayes 22, nays 32. Mr. Mason's resolu tions were then unanimously adopted, 55 voting in the affirmative. December 15, 'the Vice President announced that the special committee under Mason's resolu tion had been appointed, and consisted of Messrs. Mason, Davis, Collamer, Fitch, and Doolittle. On the 15th the House had three more ballots for Speaker. On the first ballot Sherman received 110 votes; Bocock, 85: Gilmer, 22; scattering, 9. On the second ballot, Sherman and Bocock received the same number of votee. On the third bal lot, Haskins, Hickman, and Schwartz went over to Sherman, giving him 113 votes. It takes lHto elect K7 The second in the course of Peo ple's Lectures was delivered by L. L. Jones, Esq., of this city, to a very re spectab'.e audience, all persons appearing well pleased. Several of our best speak era are engaged for the future, and the first regular nram or recrurW in Kansas has really a promising commencement, bidding fair to be a source of amusement and profit to all who attend. The next lecture w ill be delivered in Miller's Hall, on Friday evening, Dec. 23, at 7i o'clock, the lecturer and subject to be announced by hand-bills during the week. 03rWe are pleased to observe that Mr. Wilhabth has just received, direct from New York and Boston, a heavy stock of books, late publications, also stationery of every variety, a large lot of toys for the holidays, &c. He has also asplendid stock of gift books, including the annuals, and the various standard authors. 03r The Legislature of South Carolina is taking preliminary steps towards the formation of a Southern confederacy. Cannot the Constitution and Buchanan find some treason in this ? Or are South ern Provisional Governments perfectly in accordance with the Constitution and the Union 7 C3r The Iowa 8tate Reporter liks for information of Oustavus F. Condin, who left Iowa City for Kansas or Missouri on the 25th of Sept last Hie wife ia in great anxiety respecting him. Informa tion may be addressed to Mrs. Caroline Condin, Iowa City, Iowa. 07 The Officers elect of Lawrence Lodge, No. 6, A. F. A. M., will be pub licly installed, on the evening of St John the Evangelist's day, Dec. 27th, 1859, after which an Oyster Supper will be given at the Eldridge House. Tickets to Sup per! $1 50. G3" Gbrhit Smith's wife visited her husband at the TJtica Asylum on the 6th inst Mr. Smith li so nearly restored to physical and mental health that his fam ily look to a reunion of all its members at Peterboro, on Christmas day. OOProC Aoassis, of Cambridge, Mass, has concluded the purchase of an exten sive geological collection belonging to Councilor Bbokk, Professor of Mineralogy and Geology at the University of Heidel berg, Germany. (KrThe Topeka Tribune represents that twelve hundred dollars have been subscribed in Lawrence with which to buy np the Legislature, and get it to re move to Lawrence. Wonder if our friends of the 7Wun believe that story T (Or The Legislature of Virginia unani mously passed resolutions, on the 7th of December, approving of the sentence of Cook and the other prisoners, end refus ing interference. 0T There will be a Social Dance at the Eldridge House, Tuesday Evening, Dec. 27th, immediately after the Masonic Sup per. Tickets. 11 00, to be had at the Office. OrJa-o. B. Fbexch, formerly editor of the Painesville (0.) Telegraph, has started an anti-slavery paper called uBrottn'$ Crime" Special Ceaveasoa of the Prowaeaal Bplsssesl The Standing Committee of the Dio cese of Kansas, at a meeting duly con vened, in Trinity Church, Lawrence, on Tuesday the 13th of December, 1859, passed the following resolution: Resolved. That it is expedient that the Standing Committee of the Diocese of Kansas call a special convention for the purpose of electing a Bishop. Attest. CUAS. REYNOLDS, J. M. Bodihb, M. D., Pres. Secretsry. In compliance with the above resolu tion, we, the Standing Committee of the Diocese, request all the canonical clergy of the P. E. Church, and a lay delegation of not more than three members from each organited Parish, to meet in conven tion, in Grace Church, Totek.,on Wednes day evening, April lltb, 1859. CHA.S. REYNOLDS, C. M CALLAWAY. HIRAM STONE. W. GRAHAM. M. D., J. M. BODINE. M D.. WILLIAM H HICKOX. ftasbrteriaa Services. At Miller's Hall, on Sunday 25th inst. at 11 o'clock, A. M., a sermon appropri ate for the day. At 7 P. M., the regular lecture on Bible History. Subject: David, the Poet King. Sunday School at 9 A. M. (T The scholars of the public schools will give a pleasant exhibition at the Un itarian church, in this city, on Wednesday evening.. Das. 2L nndav aha direction of Mr. Chablbs Adams, the principal tutor. No charge, we believe, for admission. Qr Col. Fbemomt's title to the Mari posa mines has been confirmed by the Supreme Court of California. Oaa any one tall. Can any one tell how it is. that during inese nara times wnen evert merchant. manufacturer and mechanic is doing his utmost to keep his nose above water, our numerous drinking saloons are all sus tained, and even new ones starting ? Lan an one tell now voune men who dodge their washerwoman and are always behind with their landlords, can play bil liards day and night, and are always ready for a game of ''polk" or "seven np." tan any one tell how it is thst some men who owe their butchers, owe for rent, and owe everybody who will oreditthem, win asK their neighbors in to oysters and birds, and always manage -ao as to have all the delicacies of the season ? Can any one tell how it is that virtuous yeang; woman, who have poor ancestors on the male aide, poor brothers, and are dismally poor themselves, arrange it to dress in sues, and. never wear the same dress at sociables ? Caa any one tell how lawyers who have no cases, and doctors who have no prac tice, manage to make the ends meet, or meet the ends I Can any one tell how men live and sup port their families, who have no income and don't work, and why others who are industrious and constantly employed, half starve ? Can any one tell how it is that a man who is too poor to pay three cents a week for a good weekly paper, is able to pay fifteen cents a day for tobacco and cigars, tossy nothing of an occasional drink ? Can any one tell what interest we have in asking these questions, which we know no one can answer 7 The Walnnt Countrr, It was our fortune, a short time since, to axutrul a nmuilo t( .1-..- h e the Walnut, We first visited Chelsea, which is situated in township 24, Range 6, and about thirty-five miles south-west mm Cottonwood Falls, and fifty-five miles Irom this place. Chelsea is the county seat of Butler county; and it is, in our estimation, des tined to be one of the first towns in south ern K.ana8. It is situated on the east hank of the Walnut, some ten miles be low Sycamore Springs. Just opposite to the town on the west side, Cole creek empties into the Walnut ; four miles west is West I3rancb ; on the east, is East Branch ; and just below South Branch, these streams have rich valleys and are susceptible of large settlements, the trade of which must centre at uhelsea. They have already a store in the place, and are erecting a steam aaw mill of 45 horse power, and have sent for a run of stones to grind wheat and corn. They have regular Congregational worship, sabbath schools, sc. Kev. Mr. Sax by, formerly of Iowa, has settled at this place. Eldorado, twelve miles below, is the county seat of Hunter county. It is sit uated on the west bank of the Walnut, where the old California road from Fort Smith, Arkansas, crosses the Walnut river. Eldorado has a nice location, and is the center of a fine settlement, and will even tually be no inconsiderable place. When a railroad shall be built from Topeka to Council Grove, down the Wal nut to Fort Gibson, and finally to Galves ton Bay, the Walnut will be one of the richest valleys in Kansas. Emporia News, ft7 Willis, in his letter describing the American Watch Manufactory at Wal thara, Mass., in speaking of the astonish ing minuteness of some very essential parts of the watch, says in regard to the screws used in putting the works together: "A small neap of grains was shown to us, looking like iron bangs, or grains of pep per from a pepper-castor, apparently the mere dust of the machine which turned them out and these, when examined by a microscope, were seen to be perfect serews, each to be driven to its place with a screw-driver. It ia ana of tha Waliham statistics which is worth remembering, that a single pound of steel, costing but arty cents, Is thus manufactured into one hundred thousand screws which are worth eleven hundred dollars." rrT-some Tears azo, a draanstL "dp eoontry,' used to be great on stunning ad vertisements oi wonderlul panaceas tbat would care everything "from the aurora borealia to a pimple." It was during; a time when young fellows about town were on the alert for any sort of a joke, and one Sunday morning the good drnezist saw suspended over the door of his place of Dusinese a large DtacK snake, to wnicb was appended a placard which read thus : "This worm was removed from child four years of age, by two dotes of Com stock's Vermifuge." 03p There wis a norel aale of dead letters at auction, not long since, com prising five hundred lots of articles of va rious kind, accumulated at the Dead Let ter Office within the last twelve Tears, in cluding such thing as ear rings, breast pins, noger rings, diamond pins, spectacles, purees, pocket-books, bead-work, embroid ery, lace collars, studs, gold and silver watches, California gold, handkerchiefs, cuffs, surgical instruments,children's cloth ing, bats, boots and shoes. Cr An inventor has obtained patent for a glass coffin. It is claimed that the bodies placed in these coffins may be pre served in their natural state for all time to come, and when placed in vaults can be accessible to the gaae of those who are left behind. . . A ratal far Brick A correspondent of the Ohio Firmer has used a cheap and very durable paint for the exterior of brick dwelling!, which has jaws rara aa.? consist simply of iime-wasn, wun a sui- phate of cine aa a fixing ingredient Any requisite shade ia given by adding the colors used by the house-painters. A clear and rich cream color may be ob lunnl hw annlvinff T allow ochre to the common new brick : a livelier and warmer I , , .,.. .ii.i v - rr I snauo win oe aaaea vj siiii . . e1. Burnt r.eona miy likewise be o&eO. I TLis paint is far cheaper than oil paint, I ana coste mi r.uie more tuau nmrnwi whitewash. I fcr We learn that the bridge across the Bi Stranger, at Russell's Mill, is now so far completed as to allow teams to cross upon it. It is said to be a one structure, and when completed will be the best bridge in the Territory. This stream nas been a great source of annoyance to trav elers and traders from the interior, in the rainy season, and our business men will bail the com Diction or tne bridge wun pleasure. Leav. Herald. fttrThe Chicago Press t Tribune says a Mr. Hesler of that city has perfected the process long claimed by Hill of New York, vis : rhotograpns wnicn tate every coior of the object seen though the camera. No pigments are required, ana tne picture bears all the beauty of the most delicate- ly tinted ivory miniature. tie girls were reciting a lesson in Scripture nistory. iub uMt-unr aaacu 111.11a jumj, "What was Esau's occupation?" The little one's eyes spark lea, ana sne replied briskly : "Be kept a clothing store on Mam I Mtreet ' I (CT Washington Irving leaves t large lortuue to be divided amongst bis nephews and nieces. For the last eight or ten years he has probably received from his books alone an annual average income of $20,000. (T In New York, five thousand cast iron letter boxes have been ordered, and will soon be put up and fastened to lamp posts or Other convenient positions, and are I i i e .i .: 1 r .i. - I lUHiiiueu lor me reccpuu in miw.e iuo Post Office. I . u : i. u - j cri. : A I ilt auoaicu uaa uau uiij-ia uimiusuM i since toe eawuiienuieub vi iui juuiti; i in 1822. That's about one for each eight months. DON'T FAIL to see SIXTH ANNUAL AN NOUNCE UENT." and brilliant offers, ia another eolumn. Special Notices. Free Rellsrlesta Irleetlngs. THE meetings of the Society of Religions Pro rrens will be held hereafter, every Sunday at o'clock P. M. and 6,s o'clock evening, in Liberty ball. These meetings are held lor the purpose of discussing all moral and religious I. - c -i - 1 n Mifiva, suaiu urTiDini m.Huwiiwuau. fit tho race. All persons interested in these objects are invited to attend and participate in tne aiscuasious. dj oruer ui tuuntiun. Od4 Fellowa. T AWRENCE LODGE No. 4. I. O. O. P. s-i meets reaularly every Wednesday evening, at ociuca, in iwucwk ia ujKin uaii. bi door to the Eldridge House. Members of the Or der, in good standing, are cordially invited to . i i . - i m. I . L. : ' II 1 1 visit tne Lodge. G. H. SNYDER, N. G. J. C. Tbasi, See. .Tlaaonlc. THE REGULAR MEETINGS of Lawrence A Lodge, No. 6. are held on the first Thursday or each month, in Masonic nail, tsaneocg w kins Building. TTNION LODGE NO. 10 I. O. of G. T. U meets regularly, every Monday, at 7 Velock, P. M in baboock A Ly kins' Hall. Members of the order from other Lodce are invited to meet with us whenever they can make it conven ient. J. r'. UK15WULD. W.U.T. j. o am 4 o 1 . ui . -m. Mi fc, :a THERE will be preaching by the Rev. W. O. Thoxis, in Ford's Hall, on Sundays, at o clock A. M. and o olock r. ji. June 18. '59. ' 3IARRIED. In this city. Dec. 18th. by E. D. Ladd. J.P.. Mr. FREDERICK W. POTTER, of Burlington. to .miss uuka i.. ni.t, ot tnisciir. DIED, In this city, Dec. 13, of eronp, EMILY T child of G. H. and Elisa J. Snyder, aged 3 years and 7 months. SO.OOO BUSHELS OF CORN WANTED! IN exchange for Dry Goods, Crockery, Boots and Shoes. Hardware, Hats and Caps, Ready Made Clothing, Wooden-Ware, uoors ana win dows, at a. suiAiaua a. Deo. 17, IBM. REMOVAL. THE MILLINERY ESTABLISHMENT Of Mrs. Waitaejr, Late of No. 30 Massachusetts Street, HAS BEEN REMOVED TO !. SI Blew Ha. an pelt I re Street where she will be happy to meet her friends. She wishes to inform her friends and the nublie that ia eonseqnenee of the exceeding hard times she has made arrngeaents to reduce her ex pense, aad tneretoreean and will sell aer goods aa flhMo or eheanar than theeheaDest. . Mrs. Whitxbt wonld also invite her country friends to brine in almost anr kind of produce. which she win lake is exenange lor goons in aer . . . . .... . . - . . i Una. She has lust received and is still receiv ing a well selected stoea oi BONNETS.FLOWERS, RIBBONS, PLUMES. ahu iKiaaiAUS, which she will be happy to show those who may favor h er with a call, whether they purchase or not. we nave RUSCHSS FROM 10 CENTS TO $100.1 BONNETS FROM SS CENTS TO 60. and other things accord iagly. Bonntti Repaired aid Dren laking aarried on as asual. Bonnets lined aad trim med free of ekarge when the p arehaae is made at ner anop. lAwreaee. IMS. -w. Fonndery and Machine Works, LAWRENCE. K. T. KMBALAj bbothebs TXAVIXQ ENLARGED TRC1R WACHTVK AA Works, by the addition of a saw Knsrina and other machinery, have now facilities unsur passed ia Kansas for doing all kinds of auehias wore, n e soanuiaeture and repair steam Esanas, SAW A GRISTMILLS. LATHES. HORSE POWERS. 8UOAR MILLS. THRESHING MACHETES. QUARTZ CRUSHERS, Aa, Ae. Brass and Iroa Castings of every description lurnisnea at snort aouee. am wars warrantee to give aatuiaeuoo. Deo. 17. uae. A LABGKASSOSTMEXT OF 3HBW JTJST KECEITED AND HOW 0PE5 AT WILJIARTO'S. Books of all kiads suiuble for THE HOLIDAYS! Will be sold low for ease. Also A Complete Anortment f Tojt. com?! wixTeni TN exchange for Dry Goods, Clothing. Boots a. arc snoes as OViMUva o. ner. is, esse. - - T H. BARKER'S MAMMOTH ... uionvjiRFfc tfiwf STflRF iiaiiu ii UUL W VlVla vi wssa. No. 30 Massachusetts Street HARDWARE and AGRiOALTlTRAL IKPLE MkSl.i lor ratiabna. Inmniricr ..a wst traps tor MER- crii xxs. habdwaRE sA CASH A!H) DEED BOXES ior am HARDW ARB and TOOLS far MKCUAatvS. HlKDWlu and PICKS for aue.na. HARDWARE and COFFEE POTS for BACH- AlAJIM. HARDWARE and TEA POTS for OLD MAIDS. HARDWARE and CUTLERY for HUSBANDS. HARDWARE and NURSE LAMPS for WIVES. HARDWARE and AXES for 80a 8. HARDWARE and BIRD CAGES for DACOH HARDWARE and TOYS for BABIES. HARDWARE and STOYES for FALL. HARDWARE and CORN8HELLERSfor WIS IbK. HARDWARE and PLOWS for SPRANG. HARDWARE and WATER COOLERS for SLUMtK. HARDW ARE and JACK KNIVES for AMER ICANS. HARDWARE and DINNER BELLS for ENG- HARDWARE and SHOVELS for IRISHMEN. HAKDW1RE .nd DUMB BELLS for GKR- MAN'S, HARDWARE and RAZORS for DARKIES. ..... . nnnu IT. H. II. has just reeeiveaa supply 01 yuna SHELLERS superior to an ever offered before SSSSS ttaT before buying leiaewoere. 1 I Slara af the Bis; Tea Kettle, I ao. m hmduohi bum. T. H. B. aim informs the publie that he still carries on H aNcPaCTFBiaO ana ttgr aibiho. 1SOO. freaai.d Ckania ia t OonaUf o of Poet. las Ooanty Agricultural Sociatr Tatka naraa ot thta aooiatr it wonld ha wall ta add the word "Meohaniaal." and make it rati "Amenltaral and Maananieal sooietr." Iiutaad of hartna two direatore from aaak tawnehip in the aountr.it will aa batter to hare but one, for the larger a bod the slower it morel. We also propose to eharife the nambar of members requirou (o lorxn a qaorum irom teres toBve. . . In Artiole tn. the word lemtorr" iboald takatheplaaeof "Coantr,"ferexoladincpnoiM rrom bMuminf memberi or tnif soeieu- on aa - notr.,idin- in Doo-,M eount,. j, iuio. eral, besides being detrimental to the interests of tne sooietr. N. H. The aannal meatm of tbusoeietr will . -.- t. - T . , Q. . , jannarr next It is to be honed that ererr person feellnt in tern ted in the promotion of atrioultural and mechanical arts, or the general adTaneement of tne countrr, by tne development of its resources. will feel it ft duty to participate. Dee. 10. '59. BERKAU. Seo'r. H. M. SIMPSON. w a. smrsoN. SI.HPSO!V BHOTHEH9, D ANKERS. REAL ESTATE AGENTS, and O Dealers in Land Warrants. OSes opposite tne rldridge House, lawrence. n.ansas. RcrcBBMCBS; Hon. Amoa A. Lawrence. Bos' ton; J. M. 8. Williams. Esq., Boston; Ueo. F. Bemis, Esq., Boston; Simmons A Leadbeater, St. Louis. Mo., P. Adams, Agent Stark ililla, nanenestar. in. ri. H. M. SlMfSON. Notary PabUe and Convey ancer. Dee. in, "M. JOHIT Ei. RICHARDS, DSALtS IH II ARDW ARE ! Irea, Mails, Caetiaa;a Circular Mill Saws, Rubber Belting, Plows, As, Corner of Delaware and Third Streets, LEAVENWORTH CITY.K. T. Deo. 10. '. Sm. 1860. American Stock Journal. 1860. rpHE great success which has attended the A. publication of the First Volume of the AMERICAN STOCK JOURNAL, has induoed the Proprietor to undertake several improve ments for the Volume commencing January 1H60, and he now offers it to the pubiio wun tne assurance that its present highcharaotcr will be fully sustained, and no effort will be spared to render the paper an indispensable necessity to all interested in the Breeding and Management of our Domestic Animals. . .... u VKTuikiAUY DEPARTMENT rrjj1 th under the editorial direction oFDoot. titO. a. OAUD. the distinguished Veterinary Surgeon, and late Editor and Proprietor of the Jmtriean telmnaty journal . Kanh N umber of tha nanar eontains 3t larta octavo pages, and is handsomely illustrated. It is published monthly at 3i Paul Row, N aw Tons. Terms, 1 00 peryaar, invariably in advance, with a liberal discount to siuns. Tir specimen copies gratis. Money may be sent at publisher's risk, in rtgitttni letters. v. i. ijinoLir.1. rroprieior. C. M. Saxtoh.Baribb A Co., Agents. No. Si Park Row, New York Dec. 10, '58 it. LAWRENCE CITY BOOK BINDERY AND BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY, rpHE undersigned is prepared to carry on, in the J- city of Lawrence, the business of Book Bind ing and Blank Book Manufacturing, in all its branches. Books, Magasines and Newspaper bound or re-bound in any style desired Haling done to any pattern. City, Town and County work will receive arjeeial attention. All work done at his establishment will be warranted to give satisfaction, both as regard style and price. A. K.ATZNST1 Lawrence, nor. . lew. 6th Aannal Announcement I coirrnrcBn auocBsa or tbb COSMOPOLITAN ASSOCIATION". From all sections of the country snhicribera to this popular Art Institution, (now in its sixth year J are Being revaivea in a nug ajiparaiisiea with that or any previous year, Any person saa become a member by sabecrlk. Mg a. j WHICH WILL BNTTTLH HIM TO I let. The keaatlfal Steel Ear rawlaa "Saaasaeare aael Hie Frleasls " 24 . A Cer af the elesraatlr Ills trateet Art Jaaraalf ea year. 34. A Free Season Aelsaleelea te the ealieriest MB ssretaawray, rs. x. In addition to which, literal kitndreri valuable Works of Art are qivm to subscribers as Pre miums, comprising choice Paintings, sculptures. Outline, Ao., by the first American ana t oraigs artiata The insert) fcnsTavinr. which every snbsenbar will receive immtMaULu on receipt of subscrip tion, entitled 8MAXAFEARB ABD HS FRIEKDS, Is of a character to give nnanaliBed pleasure and satisfaction, ho work of eeual value was ever before placed within reach of the people at such a price. The Engraving is of very large site. 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Subscriptions alo received by Dee.J. -Se. H. J. D0NSHKE. Hon. See. SOOO Baahele et Wheat Waatsd. THE highest market pries gives, at the West port Mills, in Weuport. Mo. For wheat that weichs frees 37 tote lbs- I will rive a dollar I per bushel For that weighing over SO lbs. 1 will giro 1-05. Kane batgood soand wheat is wanted. A. a. AlSblib. W estpo rt, Qet. . 1M.-Sm aTT. CIXAMLEa BIHIN BAAA.1 One doer north of Miller's Block, CAN he found at the above establishment, all of the deliewies of the seaaoa. Freeh Baltimore received daily. M hnmrs fross the oyster bed. All kinds of Uuaa. Fish. Ac served up at all hours. Please give as a call. ILr ( amines supplied with Oysters, Uameaad run. Terms. Cash, BCRKHAM A SCOTT. Nov. S. 'S8 Proprietors, Iantrttit te Buten ui Trappers TjRESTTSS A GRTaWOI.Dkava last resolved AT Me Boc Pare Strychnine, whiah ther will sell very low for each at their whiileeale Drag etore. in tne t. lanugo tttsek, Jkawreaee, B, f. Iea. M, IS, .. T. . GOODS FOR THE MILLIOiN ! $BO,000 AT WHOLESALE 1 RETAIL! MUTfl&VERS SOlOLlflll. THE PLACE TO BCT CLOTHINO, BOOTS AND SHOES, 3-rooerles, daeeasware, Glassware, Wwwdei Bd Willow Ware, YANKEE NOTIONS, OUTFITTING GOODS, Doors and Windows. PINE LUMBER, Etc., Etc., is t 1 " I M. SOLOMOiN'S, naaaachaaetta Street, ljawreiioe, MALTRAVERS SOLOMON. lSiller'e Batlellaa;, LAWRENCE, - - KANSAS, Will sell the following named articles at arises that defy competition that cannot fail to air perfect satisfaction to those who take into con sideration qualilty and quantity, vis : GROCERIES: 50 barrels New Orleans Sugar, fair to choice. 50 jjoat. erusnea ana powuerea ao. SO " Belcher's Syrup Molasses. 30 barrels Prime Plantation do. 20 " Sugar House do. 40 kegs do. do. 10 barrels Golden Syrup. 25 I-t barrels do. SO boxes Family and Palm Soap. 20 " Castile and Fancy do. 30 " Star Candles. 40 Malaga Raisins. 5 " Prunes. 10 " Assorted Pickles. " Codfiih. 40 " Smoked Herring. 94 " Preserved Tomatoes. SS " Yeast Powders, 23 Macoaroni. is - Vermicelli. IS " Sago. IS - Tapioca. SO Cream Tartar. 10 Ground Coffee. tS Corn Starch, as Super. Carbonate of Soda. 10 ken do. do. 40 " Saleratus. SA Iuvm M -m Hn rwh l.h MM SO sacks Almonds, Pecan, Brasil, Filberts and Walnuts. 10 packages w hits run. 100 barrels Pic Nic, 8oda. Pilot Bread, Boston, noxe Sugar and Lemon tKAU&Einn. SO bags Rio, Laguayra and Java COFFEE. lou packages ureen ana Diac a a&a. a tierces tufc. in KBr.l. An S0S0 pounds choice Sngar Cared Hams. 1000 " Smoked Beef. OOO " Bacon. IS boxes Preserved Peashes. 10 ' Strawberries. 4 Pine Apple. " Bdv Paars . -SS " Can 0) stars and Lobsters. S M Pepper Sauce. 10 eases 1-4 boxes Sardines, l-z do. Lemon Si run. 10 sacks Pepper. rimento. Cloves. S cases Mace. SS mats Cinnamon. 10 boxes Flavoring txtract. 100 drums Figs. 1U0 boxes Ulass. " Clothes fins. Pearl Starch. " Chocolats. " Mustard. 10 feM Xante fnrrantjl. s boxes Solace and Nectarine TOBACCO. SS smoking Tobacoo. MEERSCHAUMS 11 Large Lot of CIGARS. HARDWARE: Shovels, Spades and Hoes. Pocket and Table Cutlery. Carving and Butcher Knives. shears and scissors. . u... v;t Locks, Holts, liars, castors. Baits ana screws. Basting, Table and lea Spoons. Iron Ladles. Powder Flasks and Shot Pouches. SHOT and POWDER. COLD LEAD. Rasors and Msgie Strops. Clothes Pins and Clothes Lines. Fish Hooks and Lines. Adse and Drawing Knives. Tacks and Brads- Percussion Caps. Malleable Ox Bow Pins and Chains. Oxry J esses Phillip's, Allen's. Cocheco. Conestoga. and a general assortment Anglian, r rsnea ana Am ic.n PRINTS. Large lot Do Laines, Bareges. Alpaca, Cob ergs. Men no. . . . . French and Scotch Plaids. sll.KS. SATINS and VELVETS. Vslvetines, Cambrics, Selisia, Jeans, Serge, Lasting. Cloaking and Cloaks. Handkerchiefs, Laces. J aconets. Barred Muslins. fiobinette Lace, Adgings, insertings, ta- hmidariea. Bleached and Unbleached SHEETINGS aad-i SHIRTINGS. Tickings, Cheeks, Stripes, Denims. Toweling and Table Linen. CHENILLE, PLAID and other SHAWLS. BKUau CLUTHS. l imits' ruiTH Cassiaeres. Doeskins, Satinets, Beaver, Pilot, Aeatacky Jeans, i weeds ana oiaor uiotas. RIGHT SMART OF HATS and CAPS. Kneb Hit, .nri ll nrM. Seal skin. Beaver, Lambs' wool Lined, Bid, uoat Cashmere, Lisle Thread. Worsted, Woolen aad other lit JIV KS. Fall assortment of GAUNTLETS. Comfortables and Zephyr ISearfi. Fancy Knit, Opera aad Jenny L'ttd HOODS, Ladiar zenhrr BABUUts. Woolea and Chenille V ietorines, 10 bales Heavy Woolen BLANKETS. S " Yi S00 aaira " Ktnekinea. Large qaantitr aenne, lasnmere, vtontea. Cotton. White and Colored HUS1KKT. A Ine stock of BONNETS aad RIBBONS. Velvet and other Trimmings. Artificial Flowers and Ostrich Plumes. Buttons, Combs and Tapes. NMdlM. Htn. and l areada. Kaiuing, Moravian and other Flesuishinc Cot ton. Dnnaulai Rails and Elaatiea. Wealea and Merino Underskirts aad Drawers. UveralUaad Cheek Shirts. Vn. teuil ban. Shirta. The LARGEST LOT of COATS. YEST3 aad PANTS ever brought to Kansas, eataua. HOOTS and SHOES. SS boxes Gaiters. VMleriae, Jeaay Ida Beets. Buskins. Mips. ce. UMBRELLAS. - TRAVELING BAGS. WOODEN and WILLOW WABX, LOOKING GLASSES. QCEENSWARE. '- - GLASSWAKK.- DOLLS aad TOY DRUMS. TOY STEAMBOATS aad HACKS. TAJiBEh. .imiu.ll groat variety. UUTFIlTl-lttlrUUllS, i PERFDM ERY-ehoiee tot. CHINA aad BRITANNIA TEA SETS. PINK LCMBER, DOORS aad W1NDO W. Door eiseste-exS-S, -M x UU, d-d s -, B.e. Windows glased ai U,llM,Uia : Bin, reg I MOV, BIO BRICK. B0ILDI5U. Maajie.naetli Street, Lawreace, aABAM 1 iFall and Winter Campaip ! D.F. DALTOI fc CO'S. great bargain store JUST RECEIVED, from New Tare and B- -ton. the largest, newest, and most desiraj jle tteekof FALL AXD WINTER CLOTHING BOOTS A SHOES. HATS A CAPS. Aael Seat's farmisailBiB; 3eelat. Ever offered in Kansas. B. P. D ALTON A CO. B. F. D ALTON CO. FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING. FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING. BOOTS BOOTS -AJSTD -AJHX SHOES I SHOES! jall 4 winter styles, hats a cap: 5 FALL A WINTER STYLES, HATS k CAPt THE BONNER HATS! THE BONNER HATS I THE LEDGER HATS! THE LEDGE" HATS! An entirely new style. GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. BLACK BLACK GLOVES GLOVES AND AND MITTS! MITTS ! WOOL UNDER SHIRTS AND DRAWERS WOOL UNDER SHIRTS AND DRAWERS B. B. DALTON & DAITON 9c CO. CO. GREAT BARGAINS IN CLOTHING! GREAT BARGAINS IN CLOTHING I HEATT BOOTS AND SHOES. HEAVT BOOTS AND SHOES. Boots and Shoes of all kinds. Boots and Shoes of all kinds. The Famous COPPER-TOED BOOTS AND SHOES, C0PPER-T0ED BOOTS AND SHOES, Warranted to ontwear two pair of those without the copper toes, lobelouna only AT B. F. DALTON A CO'S. AT B. F. DALTON A CO'S. MEN'S COPPER-TOED BOOTS A BR0GANS, MEN'S COPPER-TOED BOOTS A BR0GANS, Boys' Copper-Toed Boots and Shoes. Boys' Copper-Toed Boots and Shoes. Misses' Copper-Toed Shoes. Misses' Copper-Toed Shoes. Children's Copper-Toed Shoes. Children's Copper-Toed Shoes. Beet af Bteete f rasa It N ts SO. Beet af Beats (rasa IS 50 to aa ao. We wish it understand that wa hava all nn. Boots saanufaetured for us in the East. We will guarantee to sell Boots and Shoe. 20 per eent. lower than any other house in Law ranee. LADIES TAKE NOTICE! Ladies Take Notice! The best stock of Ladies' Boots A Shoes in town. The best stock of Ladies' Boots A rthoes in town To be found at B. P. Dalton A Co.'s. To be fonnd at B. F. Dalton A Co.'s. OOP BSIHTB I SKIRTS t NEW STYLES! NEW STYLES I THE QCEEN OF DIAMOND 8KIBT! THE THE CROWN CROWN SKIRT. SKIRT. THE NETTED THE NETTED SKIRT I SKIBTI All of the above Ladies' Goods cheap. All of tho above Ladies' Goods cheap. IB. F. Dalton A Co. buy all their Goods ia New I ora ana ooston. B. F. Dalton A Co. boy all tbeir Goods ia New I ora ana Boston. B. F. Dalton A Co. invite all their old natrons and others to call and examine their immense Stock before purchasing elsewhere. We have facilities for purchasing Goods that warrant as ia saying that we caa andersell all others. CALL AND SEE! This Immense Stork of Clothing. This Immense Stock of Clothing, This Large Stock of Boots aad Shoes. This large Stock of Boots aad Shoes. This Desirable Stock of Hats and Caps. This Desvahle Stock of Hats aad Caps. This complete Stock of Gents' Furnishing Goads This eoapleU Stock of Gents Furnishing Goods MUST AND WILL BE SOLD. MUST AND WILL BE SOLD. GREAT BARGAINS BARGAINS GREAT AT B. F. DALTON A CO'S. AT B. F. DALTON A CO'S. I CanaaMreBaiUiags. I Conaaere Buildings, Massachusetts Street. MsssssBBsetts Street, LAWRENCE. LAWIUNCE. Set, s,. AAsalalstraterH NaUce. NOTICE is hereby given, that Letters of Ad mimstratioa upon the astala of Clark Stearns, deeeased, have been granted to ae by the Probate Court of Douglas county, Kansas Territory, bearing date the twenty-sixth day of November, eighteen hundred and Ifty-niaa. All persons having elaims against said estate are requested toexhibittheatoaeforallowaaee within one year from the date of said letters, or they may be precluded front any benefit of such es'ate; and if said claims be not exhibited with in three years from the date of said letters ther will be forever barred. AI.l'HECS WILLIAM STEARNS. Admiuistratorof Clark Stearns. deceased. Lswrenee. Deo. a. 70.-31. SherlfPa Sale. ROBERT SHERWOOD, WM H. H. THOMPSON andf THOMAS HARRINGTON. J NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue of an execution issued from the Third Distriet Court in aad for Franklin county, K.T.. aad to me directed as Sheriff of said enmity, I will offer for sale at publie outcry, on the Hth day of De cember. A. D. IKS. between the hours of 10 o'clock A.M. aad 4 o'eloak P. M of of said day at the door of the Court House in the town of Minneola in said county af Franklin, the fol lowing described land, to wit: the couth-west quarter of section number twenty-nine, (.) in township number eighteen, (1,) of range number twenty-one. Oil,) containing ISO acres, more or less, taken as the property of Win. H. H. Thomp son and Thomas Harrington on a foreclosure of mortgage in favor of Kobert Sherwood and against the said Wm. H. H. Thompson and Ibnmas Harrington. Terms, Cash. Appraised at two hundred and fifty dollars. (B0. Given under my hand this 13th day of Novem ber. A. D. 1859. Nov. as, -.-. C. L. BOBBINS. Sheriff. Sheriffs Sale. ROBERT SHERWOOD, -j JOHN O. SHAFER and f ALBERT LAW. J NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue of an execution issued from tha Third district Court in and for r'raaklin county, hi. T.. and to me directed, as Sheriff ol esidoooaty.I will offer for sale at publie "Utcry.on the lth day of De cember, A. D. 1NB. bet w, en the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M, of said day at the Court House door, in the town of Minneola, in said county of Franklin, the following de scribed land, to wit: the north-west quarter of section twenty-nine. (S9J township eighteen, (18.) ranee twonty-ono. OI.) contain one hundred and ixty acres, more or less, taken as the prop erty of John tj. hbafer and Albert Law, on a foreelosurvof mortgage in favor of Robert Sher wood and against tha said John Q. Shafer aad Albert Law. Terms, Cash. Appraised at two hundred and fifty dollars. (M0.) Given under my hand this ISth day of Novem ber. A. D. IH50. C. L. ROHHINS, Sheriff. Nov. SS. S9.-H. Aantialetrmter'e Netiee. NOTICE is hereby given, that letters of ad ministrators noon the estate at John I.ah. deceased, have been granted to roe. by the Pro bate Court oi Uouglas connty. Biases Territory, bearinc date the twenty-third d ay of November. one thouKand eight hundred and fifty-nine. All persons having claims against said estate are required to exhibit tnem tome for allowance within one year from the date of said letters, or they ma be precluded from any benefit of sneh es aie.and if said elaims be not exhibited within three y-ars from toe date or said letters they will be forever barred. GEORGE W. LASH Administrator of John Lash, deceased. Lawrence. Nor. St, IBM. 3t Old John Brown in Virginia! THE adventures of this famed Kansas hero will be the theme of millions of tongues all overthe Union, the coming wintor. Whatever may be said of his rationality, one thing is cer tain, the old man did what he has done, not for himself but for over three millions of Slaves now lying in almost hopeless bondage. If it was right for our Revolutionary Fathers to obtain tbeir freedom at tho cannons' mouth, ia it not right for the slaves who suffer, as Jefferson has said, an incalculably worse bondage than our Fathers did.to imitate their example? And if Lala ette did right in coming toAmerieatohelp us. did not John Brown do riaht in ruin Lo Vir ginia V help the slaves? 1 nis may not oe so; nut whetner it is or not, all persons wishing to discuss the subject, can do so at my store without running the risk of be ing arrested for treason. 1 have on band at my store, Na. S3 fflasoachaseUa Street, ALL IIKDS OP GROCERIES AND Including FLOUR, which I will sell At Wholesale or Retail, As low as any other man In Lawrence. Persons from a distance wishins to hny by the uantity, should call upon me before purchasing, bare also by FAR THE LARGEST ASSORT MENT OF Back-Skim JUitteae aaa Gleveet ever brought into Kansas Territory, which I ill sell by tha dos. at lbss tban SU Louis prices. TTf These Gloves and Mittens were sent here directly from the Manufactory in GUmntUU, y. '..and nave never oeen in any otner store lor sale except mine. Merchants will do well to call and examine tnem. 1 have also for sale, at retail, an endless assort- icnt of Boots and Shoes, Amone which are the celebrated Hobacb GassLr" Boot, so called from their imitation of the boots Horace wore in kansaa. They are pronounced by good judges, to be by far the best ooot, tor wear, ever orougnc into cansaa, and ther beat Dalton's much vaunted "copper-toed" boots all hollow. They will be sold at a vers small advance from the prices at tbs factory where they were made. Am Ehtibblt Ngv Fbatcbb im bt Bcsmbss! For the accommodation of my numerous na trons I have established a retail DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT! In mr store, where can be obtained at prices as low as at any other establishment, tha following among other goods, vis: Black Cassimeres and Satinetts, Grey " " Plaid and Mixed Beaverteens, Jeans, Denims, Checks and Stripes, Prints and Delaines, White. Bine and Grey Blankets. Sheeting, Shirting and Ticking, Toweling and Table Cloths, Blue, Scarlet and White Yarn, Ladies, Misees aad Children's Hose, Cambrics, Drillings and Pateh, Gloves. Handkerchiefs, Suspenders, Needles, Fins, Thread and Buttons, Combe. Tapes, Pocket Knives, Toys, Scissors, Umbrellas, Looking Glasses. Hats, Caps, Ladies' fine aad Thick Shoes, Ac, Ac Also txlO. IOxU. and 10x14 WINDOW SASH. and a general assortment of CROCKERY AXD GLASS WARE! C. STEAJBNS, No. Mesa. Street. Lawrence, Not. Sib, Use, Exchaage. YYTE aake our own Drafts oa New York, St, v V Louis, Leavenworth City and Kansas City in sums 'o suit purchasers. For tha present we will take eastern exchange at par. BAttCUCB. LIU.18. Sept. 10. lrg. 3m. A. B. Leaaara, 8CRYEY0R AND CIVIL ENGINEER. fTTILL attend to surveying Lands, laying oat M Town oitea. netting, uraagnting, AO, Ufflee Bve miles west ol Lav city. August .'is ly. Natlea. mo whom it may eeaeera. AH pei sons are X harabv eaa tinned aaainat wurehasing or trading for a certain proa lasoryaole given br the subscriber, payable to U. Hakell or order, for ihe earn ef sixtr-eevea dollars, aad bearing the date of April. IBM. 1 snail refa-e to pay the said ote aa I have private aeeouaieacaiaat Mr. Has kell nvarbalaaeiasF it. Mr- Haskell is about leaving these awns for Laerreaeewithoet a legal settlement. s.s.ovsan. Rocky Mountains. Aag. IB, IBse. Oct. SB.'. Paper and Twine Warehouse FRANK BOIERTS. Massachusetts Street, Lawrence, Kaasss, V, a GROVEB efc BAKER'S - CELEBRATED FAMILYSEW1NG MACHINES. NEW STYLES-PRICES FROM BSS TO tlM BXTBa CBaBOB OP i POB BXBXSSS, AM Brsadwan - . New Yerk. 8T Faarth Streets St. Lea I a. Agencies inaBtls principal Cities and Ibvms se UeCnttei States. These Mseblnes sew from twa spools, as 5"r ehased from the store, requiring no rewinding of thread; they Hem, Fell, Gather, and Stiteh la a superior style, finishing each seaa by their otn operation, without recourse to the band-needi , as is required by other machines. They will better and oheaper sewing than a seamstress eaa, even If she work for eae eent am hour, and are, unquestionably, the beetMackinss in the market for family sewing, on aeeountof theirsiaplisitr, durability, ease of management, and adaptattea to all varieties of family sewing egeeatlaf either heavy or line work with Sqisl tseilitr, and without special adjustment. Aa evidence of tho unquestleaed snperlerltg of their Machines, the Gsovxa A BallB Sew- ino Macbinb Cobpant beg leave to respeetful- 1 refer to the following TESTIMONIALS. "Having had one of Grnrer A Baker's Ma chines in my family for nearly a year and a half, I take pleasure in commending it as every way reliable for the purpose for which it is designed Familv Sewing Jkr. Jnikutt ttaritt. wife of Hee. Dr. LseiU. JUUor of Jf. Y. Jndrpmdmt. "I confess myself delighted with your Sewing Machine, which has been in my family for many months. It has always been ready for dut, re quiring no adjustment, and is ea-ili adapted to every variety of family sewing, bv simply chang ing the spools nf thread." Urt. MUmindkSsriem tand, wife of Km. Dr. Strickland, Editor Jf. T. CkrUtian Adooeats. . "After trying several different good machines, 1 preferred yours, on aecount of its simplicity, and the perfect ease with which it Is managed, as well aa the strength and durability of the seaa. After long experience, 1 feel competent to speak in this manner, and to confidently recommend it for even variety of family eewing. "Mrs. S. A. opeeaar, V of tke Editor of Brooklfn star. "I have used a Grover A Bakers flewine Ma chine for two years, and have found it adapted vo an ainas oi lamur eewinx, irons vaaaorie vo Broadcloth. Garments have been worn out with out the giving away of a stitch. The machine is easily kept in order, and easily used." Mrs. A. B. VkivvU, vcif of Jim. (r'so. WkippU, Xsm York, Your Sewlne Machine has bee a in ass ia at family the past two years, and the ladies request me to give you their testimonials to lis peneri adeptednes, as well as labor-saving qualities ia e performance or ramil) and household sew- ."JtobtrtBoorman,J!m York. "For several months wa have ased fir over a Baker's Sewinc Machine, and have come to the conclusion that every lady who desired her sew ing otaHtifuuy and quickly done, woelc be most fortunate in possessing one of these reliable and indefatigable 'iron needle-women, wboee com bined qualities of btauty ttrmgtkand simplicity, are invaluable."W. IT. Morris, iaugktrr of lisn. iieo. r. Morris. Editor of the Uoms Journal. Extraetof a letter from Thee. R. Leavitt. Era.. an American gentleman, now residing in Syd ney, New South Wales, dated January IS, li. "1 had a tent mad in Melbourne, In ii-m, ta which there were over three thousand yards of sewing done with one of Grover A Baker's Ma chines, and a sinals seam of that has outstood all the dtUU seams sewed br sailors with needier" and twine." If Homer could be called no from his ssurkv hades, be would sing the advent of Grover & t i . i r . : I . ... Daaeraa a more nenignaut miracie ei aritnr. i was ever Vulcan's smithy. He would denoun midnight shirt making as the direful sarin.. . woes unnumDered. Jrof. jonn. "I take nleasnrein sayine. that the Gro, t Baker Sewing Machines have more thai . .. i tained my expectations. After triag and r . ing others, 1 have three of them ia oper-'io. . my different places, and, after four re:V i have no fault to find." J. li. Bimmond, a. M..n ofSoutk Carolina. "My wifehashadoneof Grover A BekcrV. V . ily Sewing Machines for some time. 1 l i satisfied it is one of the best labor sr. . ...b- chines that bae been invented. I U'-e.'. pleaaure in recommending it te the public. " v. uarrts, votonor of lennmw, 'It is a beautiful thine, and nuts I'-i.';..: ; into an exeiiement of good humor. .- 1 . Catholic, I should insist upon SaiauCo...-' . baker baring aa eternal holiday in eoi- -tion of their good deeds for humanity." i . jtay. "I think It br far tha best aatent In ase. Tb iu Machine can be adapted from the finest n.-uci to the heaviest eassimere. It sews stroji. .-. faster, and more beautiful than one eaa imr' a-. If mine could not be replaced, money eon'.w c. bay it." Mrs. J. 0. Brown, JasAniUs, Tent,. "It is speedy, very neat, and durablein its .-ot":; easily understood and kept in repair. 1 1 i u- estly recommend this Machine toall myaeq 'k.in Unees and o then." Jfr. M. A. Forrmt, Mcmp.'. t Itnn. "We find this Machine to work to Our satii. -- tion, and with pleasure recommend it to t. public as we believe tbe Grover A Haker to I i the best Sewing Machine in use." Deary Bro. .. ers, AUisonia, Tenn, "If ased exclusively for family arposee, wi0 ordinary ears, I will wager they will last oau 'three score years and ten? and never get out ef tx."Woa Jtnkins, SatkoilU. Tmn. "I bare bad your Machine for several weeks, and am perfectly satisfied that the work it does is the best and most beautiful tbat ever was made, Maggu Aimison.Aaennus. jsnn, "I aaa mr Machine unoo coats, dress-making. and fins linen stitching, and the work is admi rable far better than the best hana sewisg, or sny other machine I have ever seea." Lucy M, Thompson, nasMWS, isnn. "I find the work tbe strongest and most beau tiful I have ever seen, made either by head er machine.and regard theGrover A Baker Machine as one of tbe greatest blessings te ear sex." Mrs. Taylor. JiasktUU, Tmn. "I have one of O rover A Baker's Hewing Ma chines ia aseinmyfamily.and find it invaluable. I can confidently recommend it toall persons ia want of a machine." O. T. Thompson, SasMUe, 7mn. "I take nleasnre ia certifying to the utility ef the Grover A Baker Sewing Machines. I bare ased one on almost every description of work for months, and find It much stronger and better ia evety respect than work done by hand." Jfrs. D. W. KhmUr. JiassMUe, Tmn. "I would be unwilling to dispose of my Grover A Baker Machine for a large amount, eould aol replace it again SatmiUs,Tmn "Our two Machines, purchased from you, do the work of twenty young ladies. We with 'leeaore recommend the Grover A haker Sewing taeniae to be the best in use."-. btiUman 4 Co.Jtmpkit. Tenn. "The Grover A Baker Hawine Machine works admirably. 1 think thestitchand work far supe rior to that of any Sewing Machine I ever saw. On fine work 1 think the Machine would be bard to beat." . J. Daeie, Mmnpkis, Jsnn. Mf gad tha Meehina aamlv menaced, verr du rable, aad take pleasure in recommending It te all who wish convenience, economy, aaa plee-sure."-Jfrs.X TUus.Msmphis, Tenn. The Graver A Baker Sewing Machines have given such satisfaction that weeheerfuily recom mend tbem to all wno wisu n gooa aaa .uo.ua n tial Sawing Machine. It executes work with mack care and speed, aad more finely than any other machine 1 have seen." Ars. M. B. Mitchell, Memphis. Tmn. "1 aa happy to givs my testimonials ia faver of Grover A Baker's Sewing Machine, and ef the perfect satisfaction it gives ia every respect. 1 sews neatly, and ia by no means eemptieated, and I prefer it to all others I have seen." Jfre. Bryan, seifs of Mm. A. M. Bryan, Memphis. Tmm. It affords me much pleasure te ear. that the chiae works well: aad I do aot hesitate te recommend it as posseasing all the advantages yoa claim for it. My wire is very aaeanieaseo with it. and we take pleasure ia certifying te this affect." A. O. BrinUm. Mmvphf, Tmm. "It eivaa me Dleasnre to find the Graver A Baker Sewing Me. .ehinaa eivinsr aa asaeh satis faction. 1 have it in eoastaat ase, aad find li all that eould be desired. 11 is tne seosi isimp e d arable machine tn use. aaa s neemir l."r. M. WSeppte, Mmtpmo, imm. -Having seea, examined, and ased aaar other kinds ef Sewing Machines, I feel free te say tht the Grover A Baker Maehiaesare far seperior te ell others ia nm."-M. Sruaeaas sal. HamoxiL., Tenn, consider mr Sewing Machine invalsable and H taks ire-" its east, if I eoalj aot surely iu place. With it I eaa de all ar ?-;i!i.irjt eee-foerth ef tbe time I ceald wiB say nanoa. , . tmm. aSBl