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WILSON SEWING MACHINE.
WARRANTED FIVE YEARS! It requires no Instructions to run it. Zt can not got out of or&or. It will do evory class and kind of work. Zt will sew from Tissue Paper to Harness leather. It is as far in advanco of other Sewing Machines in the magnitude of its superior improvements, as a Steam Car ezoolls in achievements the old fashioned Stage Coach. Prices made to suit the Times, Either for Cash or CrediL i AGENTS WANTED. Address i WILSON SEWING MACHINE CO. IX&vzlANZ), OHIO, CHICAGO, ILL, NEW TOSS, XT. T, NEW ORLEANS, LA., ST. LOUIS, MO. % ^ ^ ^ q q SUBSCRIBE FOR —THE— RUSSELLVILLE DEMOCRAT, A LIVE Home Paper, Devoted to the interests of the People of Arkansas, generally, A XI) To the Citizens or Pope County, Particularly. Price. $1 .'>0, in advance. Any person getting up a club of Five, will be entitled to a copy free. b b b b b hall, lodoe, office CABI NET ORGAN'S. Best In use. Send stamp for circular. Address DAN IEL F. BEATTY, Washing ton, N. J._i kinhool: How List, How Morod! Just published, a new .edition of DR. CUL VERWELL8 CELE BRATED ESSAY on the radical cure (without medicine) of Sper inatorluea, or seminal Losses, Im portency, Mental and Physical Incapacity, Impediments to mar riage, etc.; also consumption. Epilepsy and fits, induced by self indulgence or sexual extravi irance, &e. tUT"Price in sealed envelope, only six cents. The < clcbrnUid author, in this admirable K»i<uy, dearly demonstrates. from a thirty vears* successful practice, that the alarm ing consequences of self-abuse may be ■r radically cured without the dangerous use of interpal medicine or an application of the knife: pointing out a mode of cure at once simple, certain, and effectual, by means of which every sufferer, no matter what his « ondition may be, may cure himself cheap ly, privately,’ and radically. CSTThls Lecture should he iu the hands of every youth and every man in (lie laud, Sent under seal, lu :i plain envel ope to any address, post paid, on receipt of six cents or two post stamps. Address tlie Publishers, ( HAS. J. C. K LINK A CO. 127 Bowery, New York : l’ost otllce Box, 4580. Full particulars Tree to • all applicants. Address ! CJ^g mXj Little Rock, Ark. CANCERS Hemoved without pain, or tin* use of either caustics or the knife, aud kao n u.t.v c'uhi:i>. If painful, aud an open ulcer formed, medicines will lif sent by express to give prompt n liff. Consultation by letter, One I).,liar. Send 11 fty cents for hook with diseriptive. Cases, Kcferenccs and Testimonials. 11Its. l'AKK A McLlKSH, No. 21 Last 12tti Street, New York. Ait-13-5 "NON PAREIL MILLS. For grinding Cora and CoIm oru - SI. til, I»n,g«tlloQa».<'lc. * For Hand or Tower. Abo, I renrh Cone-Kurr 91111b, £ and iutioii«Weed HullerB. l UiuTtad pnuiphlet free. Add row, 3 Nem|>lr, Ulrge dr * - n Mouth Main St.St. I.owl*. Mo. i ppMac Bigtc In what paper you read tills. LORD & TAYLOR, Importers am! Dealers in Foreign * i am! Domestic , Dry Goods! i Will, owing to their great suc cess (luring the past season, ill filling orders from all parts of the United States, give greater ATTENTION to OUT-OF TOWN business. With an ENLARGED DEPART MENT ami increased FACILITIES, tlie)' will till all orders by mail witli their usual PROMPTNESS, and, they trust, with COMPLETE SAT ISFACTION. BLACK and COLORED SILKS, FALL and WINTER DRESS goods, SHAWLS, CLOAKS, LINENS, PRINTS, Ac. Also, HAMBURGH, INSERTIONS, EDGINGS, TRIM MINGS, Ac, PLAIN and FANCY HOSIERY, GLOVES, UMBREL LAS, Ac., Ac. Each department being complete and replete with al] tlie novelties to be found in the Eu ropean markets [yOur Ladies’ Shoe Department contains a stock of Winter Shoes un surpassed for elegance, durability and lowness of price. Directions for self-measurement sent on appli cation. ty Complete assortment of Gents’ Furnishing Goods, Shirts, Collars, Cliffs, Ties, Hose, Gloves, Ac. Goods sent to any part of the coun try. Shirt measurement sent on ap plication. IFF or the accommodation of La dies and Families who are unable to visit tlie city, full lines of samples of all grades of Dry Goods will be sent, and orders by mail filled with tlie greatest possible care. Broadway & 20th St., NEW YORK. BEATTYS The best of all. Send stamp for list of testimonials. Address. DAN IEL F. BEATTY, Washington, N. J. THE SUN. NEW YORK CITY^_ WEEKLY AND DAILY FOR 1875. The Weekly Sun has now attained a circulation of over seventy thou sand copies. Its readers are found in every State and Territory, and its ipiaiity is well known to the public. We shall not only endeavor to keep it fully up to the old standard, but to Improve and add to its variety and power. The Weekly Sun will continue to be a thorough newspaper. All the news of the day will be found in it, condensed when unimportant, at full length when of moment, and always we trust, treated in a clear, interesting and instructive manner. It is our aim to make the Weekly Sun the best family newspaper in the world. It will be full of enter taining and appropriate reading of every sort, but will print nothing to oil'end the most scrupulous and deli cate taste. It will always contain the most Interesting stories and ro mances of the day carefully selected and legibly printed. The Agricultural Department is a prominent feature in the Weekly Sun, and its articles will always be fresh and useful to the farmer. The number of men dependent on polities is increasing, and the Weekly Sun is their paper especial ly. it belongs to no party, and obeys no dictation, contending for principle, and for the election of tlie best men. It exposes the eor cuptiou that disgraces the country and threatens the overthrow of re ] publican institutions. It has no fear of knaves anil seeks no favors | from their supporters. The markets of every kind and the fashions are regularly reported j in its columns The Daily Sun.—A large four page newspaper of twenty-eight col umns. Daily circulation over 120 000. All the news for two cents. Subscription, postage prepaid 55 cents a month, or $0.00 a year. To clubs of ten or over a discount of twenty per cent. Address “TIIE SUN,” New York City. BEATTY p,ANO!“ AGENTS WANTED! (Male or Fe male,) to take orders. DANIEL F. BK.V1TY, Washington New Jersey. 1875. 1875. PROSPECTUS! OFTHE RUSSELLVILLE DEMOCRAT, PVBLISlIXIl WKKKI.Y AT kselMle, Pope conntj, Ark, The Democrat, WILL BE An Advocate of Liberal Progressive DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES, —Ami A complete reconi of— Current Events! Both in and out of our county and State, And devoted to LOCAL, POLITICAL, COMMERCIAL, AGRICULTURAL, AND LITERARY INTELLI GENCE. EMPHATICALLY T HE “P EOPLES P A P E K The Democrat Is thoroughly in dependent in its course, under no pledge or covenant to support the schemes or fortunes of any man or set of men, always having at heart first, the good of the people of Pope county,and of the. state of Arkan sas. It claims no right to lead or direct In politics, or any other sphere; but it does claim the right, and will fearlessly and at all times assert it, to speak its own opinions, on all matters coining 'within the scope of its duty as an independent journal. Whatever prominence it maintains in the affairs of tills county or State, will be voluntarily accorded by the people who support it. In short the Democrat wishes to be judged solely upon Us own merits as a local and state newspa per, having for its chief object the dissemination of the news of the day with such comments upon current topics as seem appropriate and are conscientiously entertained by its management. It will heartily 8iii> port all movement*, political or otherwise, which promise to fur ther, ami unhesitatingly oppose those which would jeopardize, the interests of the people. In every department it will be as enterpris ing as its patronage will justify. Sensible men will approve the busi ness management that limits expen diture to the bounds of income; on ly fools or enemies expect a degree of excellence in all points that can alone be attained by the possession of resources and income. TERMS: 1 year (In advance).|1 50 Six Months..., ”3 Letters for publication and com munications relative to the editorial department should l>e addressed to JAMES E. BATTEJf FIELD. Communications from advertisers, or upon an) business connected with the otliice should be addressed to B. F. JOBE, If'isincsa Manage! THE ALDINE COMPANY’S NEW PUBLICATIONS. SOLD ONLY BY SUBSCRIPTION. The Aldine: THE ART JOURNAL OF AMERICA. THIS splendid enterprise Is not only wetl sustained in every feature, but is being constantly de veloped and improved. It to-day stands without a rival In the whole world of periodical literature. The beautiful dog portrait, “Man’s Un selfish Friend,’’ a chromo presented to everyaubscriber, is a decided hit, and will Iffiossible, add to the pop ularity which this work has gained. The Art Union feature al30 promises great and beneficial results, in arous ing public interest jn the fine arts. Circulars and full information oil application. Parts I, II, III and IV are now ready. SUTTON’S Leisure-Hour Miscellany. To be completed in 40 parts, issued fortnightly. Each part will contain an elcgaut frontispiece, originally engraved on steel for the London Art Journal, reproducing at a price within the popular reach, engravings never before offered at less than live times the amount. These plates have been the attrac tion of THE LONDON ART JOURNAL. Each part will contain 26 quarto pages, including the elegant frontis piece, on heavy plate paper. A su perb title page, richly illuminated in gold, will he given witli the first part, and the printing of the entire work will be a worthy representa tion of “The Aldine Press” which is a guarantee of something beautiful and valuable. At a Cost of 25 Cents a Fart Parts I, II and III are Just pub lished. The Art Journal. Complete in 12 monthly parts, at $1 each reproducing the" best full page illustrations from the earlier volume# of the Aldine. Each monthly part will contain six superb plates with accompanying descriptive matter, and whether for binding or framing, will be entirely beyond competition in price or artis tic character. Every impression w ill be most carefully' taken on the finest toned paper, and no pains will be spared to make this the richest produvtion of a press which lias won in a marvelous siiort time, a world wide reputation. GEMS FROM THE ALDINE, Especially assorted for Scrap Book Illustrations and Drawing Class Copies. A large collection of pictures of different sizes and on almost every conceivable subject have been put up in an attractive envelope and are. now offered at a price intended to make them popular in ever sense. Envelope No. 1, containing 50 beautiful engravings, is now ready, and w ill be sent postage paid, to any address for ONE DOLLAR. A liti t*ral discount to agents and teachers. SCRAP BOOKS. A splendid assortment of Scrap Books luive been expressly prepared for tbe holiday season, and no pres ent of more permanent interest can he selected for gentleman or lady, old oi young. No. 1. Half-bound, cloth sides, gilt back, 250 pages, 12x10 Inches, $5,00. No. 2. Half-bound, cloth Rides, gilt buck, 500 pages, 12x10 inches, $7,00. No. 3. Full Morocco, beveled boards, gilt and antique, very rich, 500 pages, $12,00. Lettered to order In gold at 25 rents each line. Sent by mail, post paid, on receipt of the price. THE ALDINE PASSE-P0HT0U1S. In compliance with repeated re quests the publishers of Tiie Aldine have prepared impressions of many of their most beautiful plates for passe-portout framing. The cuts arc mounted on a beautifully azure mat, with a handsome red border line. To attach the glass, it is only left for the customer to paste and fold over an already attached border, and this may be done by a child. 27 subjects, 12x15 iucli, 25c.; with glass, 50c. Six of tills size for $1,00, when se lection is left to publishers. 6 subjects, 12x15) inch, 25c.; with glass, 45c. 7 subjects, OjxS) inch, 15c.; with glass, 40c. 12 subjects, 11x19 inch, 50c.; with glass, $1,00. Sent by mall, without glass, post paid, for price. CANVASSERS WANTED. THE ALDINE COMPANY 08 Maiden Lane, New York. April 8, 1875. THE ARION PIANO-FORTE. THE ARION PIANO-FORTE Has Ho Equal! SEVEN REASONS FOR PURCHASING AN . AHIOH PLAHO. FIRST. There are FOUR Valuable PATENTED Improvements In the ARION Piano, which SIMPLIFY Its construction, and which the most unskilled person can understand, MUST IMPROVE the TONE and DURABILITY of the Instrument. SECOND. The Arion is as perfect an instrument in workmanship and quality of materials used in its construction AS CAN BE MADE, and every Piano we manufacture is fully warranted for five years. THIRD These Instruments have greater VOLUME of TONE combined with a perfectEVENNESS throughout the scale, and a length and purity ol' vibration, that cannot be found in any other square Piano. FOURTH The Arion remains in tune longer than any other Plano in the world, as lias been fully demonstrated since its first introduction to the Musical Public; for proof of this fact read our testimonials from purchases. FIFTH ALL our Instruments are 71-3 Octaves, and they are the largest square Pianos manufactured. We use the SAME QUALITY of materials, and pay the same price for workmanship for our plain Pianos, as we do for the high-priced ones. SIXTH Although TIIE ARION costs to manufacture more than any other Plano made (owing to its peculiar construction), we sell at lower figures than the SAME GRADE of Piano can be purchased for elsewhere; because we are desirous of increasing our business, our facilities lor manufactur ing being UNLIMITED. SEVENTH Over Seven Thousand Purchasers in all parts of the world, who have purchased Arion Pifknos, now testily to the excellent tone amt great dura bility of these instruments; while nearly all the Conservatories of Music throughout the United States have adopted the ARION PIANO. tST I'lie Patent Arion Piano-Fortes have been adopted and are used ex clusively in the New York Conservatory of Music. It is acknowledged that the most severe test a Piano can undergo is constant use in a Conservatory. The New York Conservatory of Music has constantly in use upwards of Thirty Arion Pianos, and we re spectfully refer to this institution as to tlie durability and excellent qualities of our instruments. Our Pianos are also used by the leading Seminaries and Colleges throughout tiie United States, mid by many of the principal Opera Troupes. CAUTION! TO THE PUBLIC:—No Piano-Forte lias ever become so popular, and gained such an excellent reputation, in the same spac ol' time, as the ARION PIANO. Each year since its introduction, lias the demand increased, and three times already have we found it necessary to enlarge our factory. The great and constantly increasing demand for the ARION PIANO hiis led others to otter to the public a “cheap” (?) Plano bearing a similar name to ours. In order that no person need be misled by pur chasing one of these instrumeiiss, thinking they are obtaining a Plano oi our manufacture, and with our patented improvements we call attention : to the following fact, namely:— All the Pianos we manufacture have the following cast in large letters, oil the right huud end oi the iron plate, viz.: ARION PIANO-FORTE, Patented Nov. 13, 1806, and June 23, 1868. As the above can neither be put on nor removed after the plate is flrst cast, it is therefore a perfect safeguard to purchasers. Write for Illustrated Pamphlet, and mention where you saw tills notice. Address SIMPSON * CO., LATE Arum Piano-Forte Co., tfo.5 Apilo-tn-12-75 New York City. MISCKLLANKOUS ADV’TS BEATTY P,A"°! ENDORSED HY THE BEST mu sical authorities throughout the world ns THE BEST. D. E. BEAT TY, Proprietor, Washington, N. ,1. the” Spwimr MAMir ®ewmg nUfVt MACHINE The Look Stitch invented by MR. HOWE, and made on this Machine, Is the most popular and durable, is alike on both sides, and will neither rip nor ravel, and all Sewing Ma chines are subject to the principal in vented by him. A Machine was needed possessing SIM PLICITY and DURABILITY,and n lapted to a groat range of work; one easily under stood and ''omprehendad by all. To pro duce such a machine has been the study of ELIaS IlOWE. .111., who gave the world THE FIRST SEWING MACHINE, more than twenty years ago; and now we offer his last production—a Machine embracing all the essential dualities, and pronounced The Bsstlfachs in lb World! Person? from a distance can order a Ma chine with perfect confidence of being able to operate it inn few hourssuccessfully, by the aid of the printed instructions that ac ompany each Mach Me. The demand for this NEW AND IMPROVED MACHINE Is unprecedented in the history of Sewing Machines. ASK YOUR MERCHANT toordcra HOWE for you, THE HOWE MACHINE CO., Mayfly 1. St. Louis, Mo. BEATTY PIA«” NO OTHER PIANO-FORTE lias at tained tin! same popularity. BSnSenri stamp for Circular. 1). F. BEATTY, Washington, New Jersey. Rank the highest for Durability, Perfect Work, amt Ease of Operation. They are the most silent. light* running a ml serviceable, the easiest to set), ami most willingly paid for. ami answer every requirement in the family and manufactory. Liberal I cram Co A seme. Address, w Domestic ” Sewing Machine Co., Now-Tork. “Domestic” Sewing Machine Co., Neir-York* DkVOTET* TO FaPIIIOX, LITERATURE AND AUT. A thoroughly reliable, reflmd and practlc I Infornmi.t concerning matters 01 Fashion in nil Ha department?; a repository of cuiwc iwel cu!ert:Hnitig literature. hand some illustrations. art criticisms,etc., etc..mid n Jourml ■Ceclalljr adapted t«» ibo wants of the homc-clrcIc. Terms pl.^O n r year* •'jieclnwu copies frsc. Ox* Doi.t.ar nivv.x Away to every subscriber i tbe celebrated ••DotnetUc" J*af.tr f\i»htu:> < as pre mium. Cun vaster* minted iitryichci c. Address, “Domestic” Monthly, “DoniPxlie” Hiiihlini*, Xnr-Tork. bIatyy p,ANO! THE BEST IX USE. ESTSend stamp for circular. DAXIEL E. BEATTY, AVashington, New Jersey. ——■—a—at^wrumiwa—i—m— »“S73pj I&d7 should taks It,-« PETERSON’S MAGAZINE, Postage Prb-Paid ox all Subscrip tions. Tills popular Monthly Magazine gives more for the money than auy in the world. For 1875 it will be greatly improved. It will contain one thousand pages, fourteen splen did Steel Plates, Twelve colored Berlin Patterns, Twelve M rim moth Colored Fash ions, nine hnudred Wood Cuts, Twenty-foul pages of Music. All this will he given for f WO DOLL lUS a year, postage prepaid by the publisher, or a dollar less than Mag azine* of the class cf “Peterson,” its THRILLING TALES & NOVELETTES Are the best published anywhere. The Mammoth Colored Fashion Plates Arc ahead of all others. To every person getting up either of the following clubs for 1875 will be sent gratis, a copy of our new and splendid mezzotint for framing, size Bixzu meiios, • vt asnington s First Interview With Ilis Wife.” This is a live dollar engraving, and the most desireable premium ever otlered. For large clubs, as will tie seen below, an extra copy of the Magazine will be sent in addition. Terms'(always ill advance) $2 a year postage prepaid by the publisher. 2 copies for $.1.00,3 copies for $1 .SO Postage prepaid on tin1 club, with a copy of tlic superb mezzotint, to the person getting up tlte club. t> copies for $10, 9 copies for $11, 12 copies for $18. Postage pre-paid I on the club, with both an extra eopj of the Magazine and the superb mez zotint, to tlie person getting up the dub. Address, post-paid, C1IAKLKS J. PETERSON’, 3001 'hesnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. C3^’"Specimen cobles sent If writ ten tor. Peterson's Magazine and the L)i;m nctt.vr will be cut to one address, for one t ear, for $3. May 13tf. BEATTY PiANO! E3y~Send stamp for full informa tion, Price List. Ac., Ac., DANIEL F. BEATTY, Washington, N.J. | ilATm (/rWnS! Aliy tirst-class PAINTER ANDi LETTEREK can llnd something to , Ills advantage by addressing the nirtuiifacturer, DANIEL F. BEAT TY, Washington, N. J. BEATTY’S orYc ns The best and most lasting parlor or gan now In use. No other parlor organ has ever attafned the .nine popularity. Send stamp for elren- | tar and for terms to dealers, Agents , wanted everywhere. Address,! DANIEL F. BEATTY, Washington. I i-\. J. MISCELLANEOUS APV’TS. BEATTY’S'goVd’en TONdL i; i’ABLOK OKtlAN arc highly recommended by Pro O. H. lluiiger, Itev. A. M. Kelle;| Baltimore, Mil.; Prof. Joint B. Bov lami, Rev. S. Pouter, Wasbingtoi 1>. C.; G. S. Pysart, Bloom Belt Iowa; (1. W. Robinson, Prof. Join stmt, Philadelphia, and tbousant. of others as the best in use. Sen stamp for extended list of lestimi nials before buying a parlor orgat Agents wanted everywhere. At 1 dress, DANIEL F. BEATTY, Was! ~ PRIhSTIiMG! THE DEMOCRAT, Is Prepared to do n General Printing Eusiness, —Such as printing— Hunks, Pamphlets, Kail rout Forms, Coupon Tickets, Let ter-heads. Kill-heads, Note Heads, Kereipts, Monthly Statements, Hills La ding, Envelopes, Ship ping Tags, Wedding Invi tations, Wedding Cards, Hus iness Cards, Scrip, etc., etc. —ALSO— Festers, Hand-bills, Dodgers, Etc., Which we will print in the best Style, At living prices. Dont fail to call at the Dom* ocrat office to get your Printing done. Russcllvillo Printing Association, Office, Batten field Building, E. Main St. »sr A TTV5t> CELEB RAIL B£Al i fh Kh gold en TONGt E PARLOR ORGANS. Kays of Eioiit From the Press: “Beatty’s Golden Tongue Parlor Organs have won for themselves a good reputation far and wide.-* Washington, (N. .).) Star, “We would reeommend this ex cellent instrument to the musical world, for its fineness of tone.”— Petersburg (Ind.) Democrat. “Woodbine Lodge of Odd Fellows inis purchased a “Golden Tongue” organ, and it is tire best, instrument ever Brought to this town.”—Woods town (N. j.) Register. 'i’lie instrument gives entire satis faction. My brother, tvbf purchas ed tin organ, is highly pleased.— Memphis, (Mo.) News. Those who wish to purchase a ■ first-class instrument tor home, hull or church music should try a Beatty by all means.—Horsey (Midi) Outline. Its tone cquais-the finest, we ever heard.— Edina (Mo.) Democrat. It is pronounced a splendid instru ment.—James EL Hull’s letter to Finlay (Ohio) American Patriot). A reputation which places them above suspicion ! They are indors ed by the highest musical authorities throughout the world as the best.— St. Charles (Mo.) Gossip. Agents wanted everywhere to canvass for tills superior instrument. Address, DAN I EE E. BEATTY, Washington, X. J. ARTHURS ' ILLUSTRATED HOME MAGAZINE. 1 WTj Bright, < heerful. Progressive, nl 1 ways up to the advancing thought of the times ilu> UivME M.UiAZlNK taken rank with thu lending and most tiidwii* tiaI periodicals of thoday. It ia on the side of^ Tomm? rnure aa-l true* li n .<liua morality. V\ hat€*v»*r is hurtful to Society it condi'intiN, in tin* Houue of the Peo, io a a power for good. THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD Americ.t is more thiMoughly identilled \\ ith the People in lle-ir Home and Social I,ifo than an\ other periodical in the couutn. “OEBORA NORMAN;"i;1,",; dh.U \ Ui>. A new -ei ial Sinry hy ’1'. N. Vrihur, will he commenced in .January. “FIFTY YEARS AGO;; »iu I’ll!'. W KST.” liy Uo.-.-ella Mtiee. Ther.i papers w ill lie frotdi ami new, and of unu sual iuterest, HOMES for the PEOPLE 2rS«“ rabiy auggt^tive article- on Homes and !u>w to make them plea.-ant aud attractive, tty Mrs. E. B. DniTey. “THE STORY TELLER.”,"™.;'; w *11 be uutieuiilly rich. Resides* an abund iinco of short storic.-, t wo or the »ei iula will l»e given during tin* \ ear. “PIPS1SSAWAY. itable deliueutor >f Home Life ami Cliai acter. will have an Article in every month. QIITTCOkOI/?0 N,;N' j sT patterns DU I I CbiiUsV O f"> i.ohe ' and ehil Iren’H dre-M-are given by special arrang meut even mouth, THE LION IN LOVE, TV'VS Ul.AlJl K.” twoliuv-1 ai d ' splendid pre mium engravin- . One of llicae ia heut Hike toeven atlboci lijer. a year is tlm price of “Arthur’# \ illustrated Home Magazine.” t. s. Alt'Tiiri: a sox. PlUtulelpItia, Pa. BEATTY’S Sfflm I ON(j! K’ Parlor Organs are ranked by eminent musicians as the leading organ now in use. For tin* < 'hurt'll. Sabbath School, I.odge or Parlor they have no superior throughout the world. Ti e challenge any man ufacturer to equal them for sweetness and \ olume of tone. \\ here we have no agents we will allow any one wishing to buy the agent’s discount. Vgents wauled everywhere. (Send stamp for list of testimonials and circular ol this wonderful music producing instrument. Address, l)AMi:i. I\ HHATTY, W u U iug;tuu, X. J.