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Delegate In Congress,
a m 'J.
Territorial Oflicers.
Governor— Jno. A. Campbell.
Secretary— Herman Glafcke.
Martial —Chnrch Howe.
DtttHd Attorney—3 om\>\\ M. Carey.
Surveyor General— B. Reed.
United State* Collector— Thomas Harlan.
United Statee Assessor—R. P. Snow.
United States Commissioner—Vt. A. Campbell.
Territorial Auditor—J. H. Hay ford.
Territorial Treasurers. W. Donne 11 an.
Justioeeaf the Supreme Court—J. H. Howe; J. H.
Kingman; W. T. Junes.
Clerk 0/ let Judicial MeirictS. W. Ilatehlnaon.
County Oncers.
Mfurif-T. Jeff Carr.
Clerk and Recorder— L. Kabls.
Treaturer— W L. Kuykendall.
Probate Judge—W. L. Kuykendall.
County Attorney— l. W. Cook.
Aeeeeeor— John T. Chaffin.
Coroner— L. L. Bedell.
School Superintendent— W. J. Stanton.
'County ffurreyor—L. L. Bedell.
Commissioners—J. ft. Nichols, M. E. Post, J.
Dyer.
City Government.
Meetings of the Town Trustees, Thursday even
ing In each weak, at the City Hall.
PresvUpt es Board —.l. 11. Martin.
JfansAatr-S. M. Preahaw.
City Clerk— P. B. Addotns.
<7<ty Attorney—l. W. Cook.
Treaeurer— C. D. Sherman. #
City Aeeeeeor—Y. B. Addnms.
Board of True!ere— J. 11. Martin; G. W. Corey; 11.
CjCkjflil: a U ri»il; K. r. John .on.
«7«*nwr»r aw Alto., Wra. Konlndi.
Churclaea.
Bt. Mark's church, Episcopal. Service*, from
April Ist to September Ist, at 11 a. m.. and at 8 p.
ns. Front September Ist to ApriClst, at 11 a. m.
and 7V4 p. at. Rev. F. O. Barstow, minister.
Congregational, Rev. J. D. I)avi>. Pastor, chnrch
corner Nineteenth and Hill Rtreet*. Preaching
service every Sabbath at 11 a. M., and 7r. v.;
Babbath feohool and Bible ClaM after morning
aervlce; Social Prayer Meeting Wedneseay even
Ing, at 7 o'clock. Scats free.
Roman Catholic, Revs. P. J. Erlnch, Pastor,
chnrch on O'Neil street, above Twentieth.
Presbyterian chnrch, comer Ferguson and
Eighteenth streets. Rev. W. O. Kephart, pastor.
Preaching every Sabbath atll a. m. and 7:80 p. m.
Sabbath school nt 10 a. m. Seats all free, anu ev
erybody welcomed.
Methodist Episcopal, Rev. O. n. Adams, pas
*t«{. Preaching every Sabbath evening at
o'eldete. at the new ehnrch. Eighteenth street.
Babbath school and Bible class at 84 p. m. Week
prayer meeting Thursday erenlng.
Masonlr.
Wyoming *R. A. Chapter, meets at Hall
•u the *«wt sad third Tuesday uvea lugs la each
month, at H o'clock r. m.
Jt. A. Baker, Sec y. q. d. Foglesong, 11. P,
Cheyenne Ixnlge, No. 15, moeu *.•* ana muu
Saturday nights in each month, at Masonic Ilall.
Odd Fellows.
Cheyenne Lodge, No. 1,1. O. O. F., meets every
Monday evening at Odd Fellows Hall.
MISCELLANEOUS.
EQUITABLE
Life Assurance Society,
OF THE UNITED STATES.
'Bam assured, uew business during the year 18U0,
£51,021.111.00.
Being over Thirteen Million Dollars greater than
the new bus!lies* of auy other Lite Insurance coin
(any in (he world.
AHH«ta, 003,000,000.
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J. n. NICIIOLS, Agent, Cheyenne. auglStf
MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Or NEW YORK.
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Furnishes Life Insurance, combining the advan
tages offered bv ALL OTHER COMPANIES, wiih
UNEQUALED FINANCIAL SECURITY.
E- I*. SXOW, State Aobnt,
marlO-ly Cheyenne. Wyoming Territory.
THE DAILY EVENIN3 LEADER
Issued each day, except Sunday, and containing
S large amount of interesting new*, gcnerul and
local, and circulating widuTv throughout Wyo
ming and the. adjacent sections of the Rocky
Mountain regions, renders It the
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Offioe west side of Kcrgnaou street, Cheyenne,
Wyoming.
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VOL. IV.
DAILY EVENING LEADER.
1 OKlrlal Paper of the l.'ailted state.,
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Editor oiul Pro/yrMor. I
General Notea,
King William overcoat* will be
worn thin winter.
Mrs. W. C. Johnson is lecturing in
Indiana on “Man in the Raw.”
Cowaqjee Jelmngheer Rendymony
is the George Peabody of Bombay.
Boston bakers stamp their bread
with their bare feet. So a Boston pa
per says.
Thomas A. Hendricks, of Indiana,
is nominated for next President by a
Democratic paper in Kansas.
At the fair in aid of the New York
Foundling Asylum,a young lady will
be raffled for, to become the wife of
the winner.
Flesh colored gloves nre the latest
fashion. The advantage is, that at a
little distance no one notices that
you’ve got them on, except in Pitts
burgh.
Custom in the Episcopal church has
ordained that no groomsmen or
bridesmaids should officiate at the
marriage of a widow or widower.
* The street ear men in Gotham are
in a feverish state because of the ar
rest of thirty-nine conductors, de
tected in embezzlement by female
“spotters.”
A unmitigated rascal describes
Blanche Butler ns a lady “on the
shady side of thirty, with wrinkled
cheeks and crows’ feet round her
eyes.” Insurance companies should
decline taking risks on that Jenkins.
—The United States lias just receiv-!
ed a high compliment from Turkey,
which nation has promised “to hail
with delight any intention ou the
part of the United States to take a
more active part in European con
cerns in behalf nt Turkev.” W»
were not aware of entertaining the
intention for which we are so highly
complimented. But now that an op
portunity is presented, who.could
refuse the chance of gaining favor in
the eyes of the illustrious and suh
limeemperor ofTurkey, even at the
cost of war with Russia, our old
friend ? To live in the golden sun
shine of the Sultan’s smiles, to drink
at tiie fountains of the Sublime Porte,
lo enjoy the bliss of studying the no
ble institutions of that peculiar coun
try, and to have an ally who could
supply us with Turkish tobacco and
hasheesh, how can we hesitnte a mo
ment to espouse her cause? And our
young ladies could lie educated in
Turkish seminaries; for having lived
in a country which supports the Chi
cago Tribune, why should a liarcm
scarcm ?
Odd Sorts.
Bridle chambers—Harness rooms.
Mr. Greeley's best pants are four
1 Inches too short.
A goat is a good milker, but suc-
I feeds I idler as a butter.
Mark Twain’s son has begun to
lecture on milk, lie druws well.
| Love’s “ other name” is subject to
orthographic mutations. Before mar
riage it is “direction afterward it
becomes “a fiction.’’
The editor who wrote his editorials
with chalk on the soles of his shoes,
| and went barefoot while the printers
set up the copy, is dead.
An epidemic of sore threat is said
to be prevalent in Alsace in conse
quence of the names of ail tlio places
being chnnged from French to Gur
| man.
A minister once prayed : “ O Lord,
we thank Thee for the goodly num
ber here to-night, and that Thou also
ure here, notwithstanding the incle
j mency of the weather.”
j Rome clever fellow has manufactur
ed handkerchiefs upon which a map
; of the seat of war in Euro|>e Is stainp
| cd. They have proved an immense
i success, everyone wanting to poke
j tnd'r nose into the scene of conflict
without personal danger.
Nothing begets Confidence sooner
than punctuality,'
. AH things aid soon prepared in a
wall-ordered house.
Nlne-tanths of the divorces origi
nate'in the ball-room.
An Itour In the morning is worth
two In the afternoon.
Oats will retnth generating proper
ties a thousand years.
Etiquette is now imperative tlmt
you should not make any calls after
yon are engaged to be married.
The Mahometan loathes the oyster
ns wo do the scorpion, or spider, and
says or the Christian, ‘‘he is a dirty
dog, for to eats oysters.”
CHEYENNfi, WYOMING, WEDNESDAV, DECEMBER 7, 1870.
BY TELEGRAPH.
uEi’oimtn r.xritEMLT ron m* evening leader. '
• ■ I
NIGIIT REPORT.
- i
THE WAR.
|
P.lltlß ACCOU’TM OF LATE NORTH S
Motley Leaves England.!
' I
OOMESXIC IVTIILMGEXCK. ;
The Strike of N. Y. Crispins
Harder of a t'll 1 itorn 1 u family
l>y Indian..
Berlin, Dec. 6.— Queen Augusta
received the following dispatch from
the King, dated Versailles, Sunday
night r After two days battle, in
which the army of the Grand Duke j
of Mecklenburg was mainly engaged, :
Manseen’s corps captured the St.
Jean railway station and the suburbs
of Orleans. Thirty guns and 1,001) j
prisoners were taken. The Pru-sian
loss was moderate. Werangel’s divi- j
sion suffered most. The Prussians
found nine cannon and much ntnmu-’j
nition on the field before Amiens.
Tours, Dec. G.—The government!
has received by balloon from Paris |
on the 4th, the official report of the,
progress and results of the llfovemcnt
made by Gen. Ducrot against the j
Prussian lines of investment. They
state Thursday was passed burying
the dead and succuring the wounded. 1
On Friday morning the Prussians 1
were attacked in great force by the
French at Champigny and in front of
Villiers. After seven hours fighting
the enemy failed to carry tiie posi-1
tions of tne French, and retreated ’
leaving their dead and wonnded on
the field. Their losses were from 15,-
000 to 20,000. Gen. Ducrot greatly ]
distinguished himself in the battle
Friday. Among the killed was Gen.
.IjiChariera, and Gen. Renault wus
badly wounded.
General Sonnltz, in his report, says
that tiie troops who attacked the
French were Saxons and AVurtem
burgers. Their numbers exceeded ;
one hundred thousand men. Their
losses inust have been extraordinary,
for the next day they were so weak- j
end that they suffered the French to
cross the river unopposed. The sue- .
cessesof the French troops created the
wildest excitement in Paris.
Havre, Dec. G p. m.—All com
munication with the interior of
France has been severed.
London, Deg. U.—Qdo Ra-oeli’s 1
mission hangs tire. Bismarck is wil
ling to discuss in a friendly tone with
England, tint will make no pledges. 1
Motley had a farewell audience
with the Queen at 4 o’clock p. m. 1
Tuesday. Moran tubes charge of the
legation.
New York, Doc. G.—The jury in
thiLcnse of Cnpt. Snmtiels ngalnst the
proprietors of the Evening Post, for
libel, in accusing him of being on a 1
drunken spree and attempting sui
cide, assessed the damages at *5,000.
Tiie latest news of tlte strike of the
Crispins is that a committee of confer
ence lias been ap|K>inted by both par
ties to meet and adjust matters if pos
sible. It is also rumored that several |
of the employees, not willing to lose
money, as they must if tho strike
inaugurated is prolonged, have con- !
ceded lo the employers at the old |
terms. Another late rumor Is that
Chinese are likely to be employed by
tile bosses.
A correspondent nt Tours tele
graphs, on the sth, that an intense
excitement prevails there. A great
crowd is gathered nt the prefecture,
reading the unfavorable news. Gam
bettn, in trying to reach Orleans, was
prevented by the enemy, who took
|K>ssrßsion of tiie railway. The uh
lans fired at him and Ids escape was
a miracle, tie returned at 3 o’clock
this morning. :
Absolute UivorccH legally obtained in New
York. Indiana, Illinois and other Ktate*. for pur- 1
sou* from any Hint* or Country, legal every
where : non-support, etc., sufficient ;
cause; no publli .cy; no charge until divorce oh i
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NOON REJPORT.
I- •- 1 * i i I ’1 > i .’1 i .
FRENCH EVACUATE ORLEANS
detaiu or nos kiitnim AaotAD
PARIS,
I
I General War Intelligence.
I Dresden, Dec. 5.—A telegram
I from' the King of Saxony says the
! enemy retired yesterday. Further
I offeflslv*! movements of the besieged
I are improbable. Tiie total Saxon loss
is 7G officers and 2,100 men.
I Tours, Deci s.—General Pulndines
' is retreating from Orleans With 200,-
I 000 men and 500 cannoni Tha gov
, ernment wished him to remain, but
; gave way to Ids opinion. lie fought
afterwards to the utmost but was
powerless At 11:30 an evacuation
was demanded or bombardment
would follow. Tiie victors had but
i little ammunition and few prisoners.
London, Dec. s.—Advices from
Paris have been received by balloon
to lift Ith inst. Trochu says that at
Villiers and Champigny on the 2d
the Prussians attacked the French
: position. Fighting lasted seven
hours, tiie Prussians giving way.
j Later, at Nogcnt, the Prussians re
attacked, but tlieir position was cur
' ried. .
I The Journal says that on the night
of the tld Ducrot bivouacked at Viu
■ cetlhes and t<iok 400 prisoners.
! Tours, Dec. s.—Dispatches from
■ General Pulndines have been received
' announcing that the retreat was com
pleted in good order. He lost neith
er munitions nor provisions. Tiie
Minister of War lias charged a
commission to impure into the
evacuation of Orleans.
A number of persons and most of
the journals have removed from
i Tours. The government evinces no
j intention of leaving.
Another balloon has landed and con
firms the news from Paris as favora
ble. It is stated the national guArd
fV»n,.I,E lir«v»..|v Piwwna ..nt fn.in
| Tours regularly arrive at Paris. In
tense cold continues—rivers running
: ice.
London, Dec. G.—Tiie Porte ac
cepts tiie conference, provided the dis
cussion is confined to topics in the
Russinn note.
I Tiie occupation of Orleans by the
Prussians is conflrmc’d.
The introduction of a Prussian loan
i here is deferred.
It is said that Motley, leaves
tiie legation on Tuesday and goes to
j Hague to pursue his historical studies.
Grunt’s message creates but little
comment thus far.
Tours, Dec. G.-—Reports of battles
near Orleans show that the Prussians
I attacked the corps of tiie army sepa
( rately, in grout forcej thus repulsing
tiie left of the army of tiie Isiire, and
turning Orleans, so that evacuation
| became necessary.
. Gambetta issued circulars to the
prefects saying that the situation of
tiie army was good. Heavy rein
! forcemeats of artillery are arriving
and tiie forward movement Will soon
be resumed. The op|x>sitlon arc at
tempting tt> circulate false minors,
tending to discourageanddemoralize,
but tlieir assertions may be confident
ly denied.
Yesterday, the right of the army
of the Loise hud a successful engage
ment near Montargcs.
New York, Dec. G.—A private
dispatch dated Ixindon, 6:10 a. in..
' snvs: The transmission of the Pres
j ideal’s message and Seeretnjy Bout
well’s report eastward is just con
cluded, and the ruble linos will now
be able to accommodate other busi
ness. Tlitf telegraph lilies connecting
With Orleans gave out on Sunday,
and the lines communicating with
i Tours wore cut by Prussian cavalry
on Monday afternoon.
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; than the profdtiudOet pbil<nM*nliy. Send for t’lr
-1 rular. etc., and iioticfe ttnr extrh tenusi K. HAN
IIA FORI) .t C'O.. Pubj-br-. 188 S.mHi Clark
: Street, Chicago, and IT7 West Fourth Struct. Cin
j ritimui.
CLOTHING, ETC.
WE
WEItE NEVER AS WELL PREPARED AS
NOW
TO
SHOW
TO THE PUBLIC
o u oh an assortment of tfoOJss stylish nnd
desirable
CLOTHING
AMD trn FIUMSfIiXC 030B3 !
11l fact every ttilnz t?>at la needed In
Weal*
AT THE
U. P. R. R.
CLOTtij NG HOUSE,
.
, SIXTEENTH S4T.
B. & I. HcLLMAN.
;00 WATCH! 8;j WATCH!
IjJJ THE GREAT EUROPEAN
| EIIICKA ALIHIMM GOLD WATCH CO.
UAVK APPOINTED
1 J. F. Williams & Co., Jewelers
301 llron<hr:iy, York,
SOLE AOKNB FOR THE U. S.
1 And have authorized them to sell tlieir "real i
J.t 11,.KV Ai.l MInIM 001.0 vVAT. IIES lot three |)ol
■ tar-, and to warrant tacit and c'rrv otic io keep !
r.«»rrec» time for«»eve;ir. 'I bis Watch wetruai Mti- ,
tee to he the best and clienpest time keep.-r that
, is now iu tt-c in any part of the gin- c. Tlte ,
work* are in double ei-e-. I.uclio/,' tml ’.ent*'
*l»*. and aro beautifully cfn-etl. Tim et-e- ;ir.- ,
I made of thi’ metal now -<• w'defy known In Kn- !
n»pe aszVlutuimim «-onl. It ha- the t..\v : loisui
I or (1 •!.'*, Which It alway* retain-: it will guuiid >
the test tis tint -irttn.t -i acids: n« uii« run tell ii
! from Gold only by weight, the Aluminum Uold
beln: one fourth llghier. The wor - are all ,
, inutle by tit tchlnery. the same a- ’lie we 1 I o 'li
Ailierlraii W.i ch, We pi. » ilm W.i»eli -at i\ in
ti small Imx a d send I: f>\ ni.-ill »•> any par* of
'he United States on receipt ol 58.50. fit - ' e • -
for parking attd postage A k.-.j- --ir free wl.li .
earn Wa'clu Monc. should M- i,t t»> I'-.
Office Motley order or In a Retri-tered Letter. Ail
, dress all onlers and couilliutiicaiioiis to
! JT. F. WILLIAMS A ( O . Jeweler*,
501 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
novlfMHt
Tin-:
FINI4LE & LYON
SEWING MACHINE
wiTn
PROP-FEED, NEW TAKE IP. .NEW BEIIXEB. it.
. Is now offered to Aleuts on more liberal terms.
1 Also. Seeoud liuml Machine* taken iu e\cli.m:e.
or tlie new improvemeiiis applied. Every Ma
chine is
WARRANTED FIRST CLASS,
' And if the purchaser dor* not so re:rrrd it after n
fair trial, hu can ro'urn it. and money ‘
N. B. Wanted Travelln: Agents to \ i-it each
i town, distributin': circulars, explainin': the 1m
; provmncnts. etc., etc., who can make s;t>j per
in.mill. Address.
LYON’S MUTUAL S. ML. CO.,
Union Square, 88 Ea*t Sevoutccuth St.. New York. ,
bov’.t> (jhra
wtdmißs mm in,
l*-Uo*l ov«ry twUUGM,
TERMS: *J A YFARi fVJAMIALF Y K AH. * •
l*-f«ie of )!»•
I.urgest Pp.pcis in lUe U«>L
| COMMERCIAL JOB PUINAI’W
nr zvtux kp.o
j Neatly, cheaply and expeditiously execute < md*
of every shape amt kind. Rtlf lit ad-. Letter
i and Note Head ip-:.-. Blank-ot er«rv kind. Phi
ers. e c.. prmH-d on abus>
lot of T\jv and fjre se-. we cun do liaudsum*
' work at iow*j»etre-.
I>l P O UTA 3 :r
Business
TUI? CIIICACO I VI.MNG PONT
****** ** 'to Misw er blc otwuis for pa reiiuge auu o*-
tcmled cirrnln ion.
be EVENING FOHT contains tbe report* of
c:>c!i da>> btuAifp* irr fit-«■ Etna mi eftie* aud
whi•• m • itc rt-*» iq, 1 !)•’ p MVitAl- '.() . or
81) mile* frum ( hlc i:o. Mo nim: n*p<*r e co/>f,!in
i»ij iqxirtnuo Lifer. l*vd ’' 'me io aeachabo
anxiutia re|der.*anf jn thi} tnenki/NU j.-jANV'
York qttola i..11-that iu mi:b' ItaA-b id in tbo
niornin: liviakin : :ho K\ ENINC; I*()ST Ttie
commerrlnl .inc! financial departments of tin*
V'XT are nnduniuiiiff a chan:.-, ami will hrrcufier
h • eno equal In the press of Chira-o.
fLe SATuaiAY Is.m t: W f ihe !W
b r*'?r; .and Tmiirnved. H i-n.»w a lariro
forty column liter.nry. md political pu
■ r. bavin: no -uporior l«>? readinir.
• os.- who lake t :.-t a pajWjSniiday
u'Kpnlng that t- umvu.-sally reco‘:n/zuff as |n
erv way proper to enter !h" fnmt'v. The, POST
Is offered at the very lowLnricc of s;o.o>ia vu
t'<m*.r six m.orb- _ v
'liIF.
pr-.v«d. I 1 It* read l»v so m-Aiv i h'*’»-.* n ' 'hit
ts re arc only a Ibxr people ltffPTo*Tc!mi
ii Wcnivo
THE CELEBRATED rrrrv WATCHES
m
%3t\y
pretninxn* for c'.u . .* <• waw! e'. urera
‘'"-lii-'ed as the i< - n .. known to .overs e! cor
r< ( , dme. We *»i\« wa dieu wor Ii (ruin
551 :is pr-iniiinis to ihnse it: up nubs.
*'V ’I" •” pr.res HIM* sample copies of Daily
or iVcokiy I'Ob*. bull. Iree to nil wlionpplv.
POST PlilNl L\<; eu„
1 -I Madison Swet. Chicago.
\ CUNTS WANTED sv.s A MONTH)
o\ I)V ill* AM KRjCA / \ KNiTI'lNt; M.YIIIXU
CO.. Bo*.tin, .M.lrrr.. «f tsl. Eoiltf. MOf '
PRUSSIAG’S CELEBRATED '
CIEE n CA-^Y.3n.
1 :,rra,, ted pure, palatable, and to preserve
V’C*' 1 "' J'V.'r‘ pripuirm- :’.wim!f<L atrtliu i'oß.
. i r, 'lie lniitoJs s .ttn Filr< -tity
r I.'" .' 1 -' works of Hie kind nt .He United
i ties. E-’.abiJ.'Ued iftl-J. .
CHAS. E PRUSSING,
.'i.'if) iV ,‘J 11 Suit 4 reef. <li
ENTERPRISE
U A. B.W. TRYLGR & CO.’S
T~Jd Regular Monthly m
GIFT I
Rtiie ONLY Iir.LIABI.E gift’d
1 liistrlbuti mi in flu* Country. j|,
UiO.f/.M Hi Cu-lj uml yuJußbJe P i zj*s u
Pto be diatiiljttletl THtoemlx*i 5, 1870. T\
Capital Prijp, - - - su,ooo 1
E> !><• GOLD. "p
- Singti! Tlctol., ?l; Nix Tickuls. **•
IST,. Aet(it» (tnni .1 io - :i (i -ii.-fi. V
Circulars eontniiim: Lill puitieu- I
lam will l-Q -nt t-, .in one ndt.T- i
log He i... Audievi
a .d. v/ T wr.cr. -ro Cj
k) Box HOI, Uiiicipiuttl, 0.
; ENTERPRISE
■■ LSI
; ■■■■■■■:■
j >^’ectgral\
1 li \ X \ rM
Cut os
COf (HI, CROUP, BRONCHITIS,
CGI.SIS, ASTHMA. INFLI'IvN'/A.
HOARSENESS AND IPIEN 1’ C©.\-
siJir rio\.
Bark'- PrcrotiAt. Ei.ixt.; ha- rapidlv won the
fax or of p'liieiits who h.v. •* »ried ii. Ttd al-oihe
liHironti'itftiflim iiistiifiHl hiMilij »♦» svsrv »neim
of Uic imu try «An r • it* let- Ii •< n in l nslticml.
remedy for tli • l*n - mtl tht.eit over di*co eivd
-..unis -o popular rs <*r • . '• u-• d .’-till- pr -u*ra
ti m. I: i.- iu id-‘ under he suporti-i.i »f Nu. H*.
H. Barr, oi e >f lie- l> •»’ prat li. il chi’inistk iifffce
■ S. iv, Tiie -uec'is- " hle'i Ins a'ten led- the neo
of tills rei -edv tor the jminl *l\ti:en y.-ir*. iflitfrw
known. Inis i- ti .. ti ii- .I make ii more w idely
known lor tin* ben * fit of ! lie suibiln ■*. Let
atlliy ed vl;e ii a f iirir! I. ns " e tire eoijlidgnt
in i' re.ief md jmiTit mein c re will he tlm rest.U.
' Sold bv all flnt: :i- -io be iwmloii wlibro thi*
mixer iseuuoi i- pul>H-iied.
N. B Ci.eiibir*' :i* lii*r r> rillicates of remarka
ble cur- sos ill • i ili. ud will be' sent on npplici
: tinn. or ih v xPill h«-.f.utud accompany in: each
bo tie of the l* t oral L ixir.
Tin* Klim it i- plr.i-niit to taka*, rind is neatly
ami elor. mlv pm up In Surge bottles. *t ONE
DOLLAR KAUIi.
T. H. BAHFI & 00.,
I’ROrnthTORS. TKRRV: HAUTE, INDIANA.
A'ld In 1 liirir a Wlinl.-.nln hr
H 1.1.KK. KIN. It !'[ 1.1,1,1!: I.OIID A sMtTII;
\ . N SCMAA Iv. s:,,\ I ir.; A |, j,,. hi |„,.
HI I A KILN .1.1.. K. RLItMiAM A- SO' . HI.OUKI
A io ; TOUI AX a KINo. I.uiEUouD A
BIAJUKI.
In Mil'* uikm* bv
RICE A REM Xu; IndiMEN * StHMIDT,
(iUBKN a ill T1 ON.
In S’. I.oni* bv
RICHARDSON A «i» *O. I.lNfi PRO*..
Niid throu.’lioqt tb»- liy nil Drn^i-i*.
0] Osin REWARD.
lie Hlne** Pil»* Krtiit’il] ial'* 'urnf*. P
pnop.in tl expressly •» cure Ifi- Pile • end uolhinff
else, nod I' G C|»r> d ua-f.- of ,lA*r ><*U V •I d
. in ;. Sold bv ail Drill*.fut-* l.xn-nf ' iht, tt»
I FKX'hUitST.. if ALUM UK* Ftl®* %*'4'
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